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XOTES OF THE WEEK.
We art indebted to Capt- Shepherd of tbe
C Mcrray fer late fsrers.
Thi fcheofier Isabeik is reported to lave bees j
wrecked recently st Mosoai, Kaaai. sod is a total .
less. 5be iras, 'oxned by James I-Dox-seti, Esq.
Ccwojw We weald call the atteatioa of oar
s reaOes t the sale 4t rare Hawaiian cariosities
drrU$d take pbee at E. P. Ackm's Sales
( r?oai,a Satcraaycext, at 11 o'clock A. if.
Tbc eater of Kifesea is reported as active.
fitweaDofcassaSyso.
?st w?k at tbe frnaralt
There wano ercption
T)f 'Maana Lo tSreSi
i iaseKers by Ike steaaer suted uat a DrigBi
j;tt wzs Kvsi on uie dkioq.
" PutMiTM Saul "We weaU caSl aUeatioa to
tbe sale of Mr. Cbivjer" fsrnitsre tc-morrow.
Tfciantre h aeiriy se-a vCTcbwce-Tbe
O was wot ram ost. tnrwg uie rereoooc, sri
ac fraoa. HaB'f Store.
Ix reportiac tbe satates on Washington's Birth
Bar, ter heoKScr eaitted'to state tiat,theJ5rit
ittanter Scoot joined wiUi tbe aHfonfi aod
Ae sbore battery, in honoring tbe zaeaory of
WasfcwctoE.
F-isr jou. Tbe TT. fe. steaaer Besicia
arie le rca frsa Svabakcloa I'oifrt, nesrHle,
to tbe I:laad of K&beolawe, ea Saterday fest, a
f -Sfetaaee lOf abest eKfty:o3es. In exactly fire
MMire. m- jvtipMi ate &e faMr.
-acr SimL We iave received an" lalercst-
- ' iar aeeoaat of tbe XavKator Isiaads, wnttec by
a reMHenn who has spent several SMntbs there
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Tsx si cam or Moes TayW probably reacbed
ISaa aaasco en tSalnrdsj or 'Sanday, last,
woaM leave aala fMsrdb 4tk er&h. asd.be -fine
berewtbe ktferlbOi inst. SbewiHbna?
oar next Aiaecican taail. Tbe steater Nebras
ka will be dae on Sasdny or iloocsy next, froei
cckkad.
Docs A-v Taxes. Tbe police have coaneacW
tbr aasaai raid on the-cBsaspecting canines who
are sa caCKtaaate as to have no t2rs on their
.
oolkrs. As a oaeseoaesce. their nsmbers nave
oecreea, aBG praoKNy taey n os
M-nivtiBK stbm3 in tk4r bssds tn arrest
1MB.
Jjatrras. At tbe reaaest of a raaber of
eitiaeK, Hoc Stephen U. PhlBips wiH dehrer a
-teetera o Taesdny eveomg oext at tbe Hawanaa
HmeLoBTbe PeStiea! Sitaation of the Ha-
waiaa Iskads."' The topic is oae of special in
terest jast sow, aad the well-knows ability of
Mr. P. as a -.speaker. Trill n doubt draw oat a fall
aienoe lo beer bin 80 this, which wHl probablr
06 occasion that be wiH appear in pabfic
before bk omrlare for America. Tbe leetare
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wai e wte.
Nlalt Ibcfaafd CooKer. aa invalid, wbo bas
long been as iacaate ef the -Qaeea's Hospital,
bisksehT bom tbe crass beam over tbe front gate
of tbe Hospital groaods. He wiM be reeteobered
is iiie onrer oi .vir. oaruet s grocery car: soose
r 1 ni-Ln. t i i
strack with paralysis, and bas been more or less
i belpless ever stace. The place which be cbose
' for tbe rash act was a eiagaiar oae tbe most
, pabik on the Hosjital greeods.
! Tic Ficik.vb. For Bearly thirty years this
sma& bat ever wetooae sheet has costiaaed to
appear every aootb, aad seess cow as fresb aad
iastraetive as in hs ecHier daTS- It SIU a niche
ia oar local joaraeBsa wbieb no otber paper bas j
ever atteoapted to famish reediag and ioforata-
tioa tor tbe floating and stranger popebtion, at i
the saaw tiae that it has something of interest j
for aH In tbe March naeber now before as, we I
aotiee an iastrcotive historical sketch of the !
Dnaw, by W. H. Okieriag. Esq.
Hawaxiix Co.ssci. Dbckasco. The fiiends of
Hageae M. Van Keed wti regret to leara of his
death, which eecarred Feb. 2 on board the stesai-
er Japan, while on tbe passage from Tokabasva
to San Fiaadsoa. He had Bled tbe position of ;
HawaaaB Cass si at rokoba&n for several years ;
past with credit to himself aad with rnoch atis
iattion to this GoversBeot, in whose ssccess he
always took great interest aad pride. Xo par
taoatars of bis death have been received, and only
tbe bare aaaoaBceeieat ia the San FraBcisco pa
pers. It is possible that he may have bees in-
teodinc to visit HoooMo in connection with tbe
iiirTtiiii nflmaxtnt rmi Uct f.W rf wbirh bo '
W doobtfe w3 adri. and that a rral
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preference was expressed here for tbe lntrodac-;
tioa of Japaaese. He was a sincere and warm
friend of Dawanans, aad bti death wilt be felt by
ss ia our rdatiaas with Janao.
sa in oa. reuuoas nu japan.
The Spanl.li Kcpubllc.
On tbe ltHh of Febraary, the Kgatiring tele
graph Sashed over tbe wires, across continents
aad andcr oceans, tbe cslooked-for news that
Spain it a Jlnfmlkc- On the evening of that
etty Kisg Atsadens. Ending that be bad so sep
port frocs tbe people, ssd tired of resisting tbe
papalar correal which set in against him, abdi
cated tbe tbrose aad crown'of Spain. He raost
have keenly felt the defecate position in which be
was placed an alien on the Spanish throne asd
tboarh be bad spent a princely fortsne of two
BHatioos to reader himself popular, yet even the
prospect of poverty could cot alter has determi
nation. Tbe Certes, or Legislative Assembly, appears
to have bees prepared for the royal act, end at
osce, with little debate and do important opposi
tion, resolved on a democracy, and proclained
Spain a BepcbSc, by the almost unanimous vote
of 259 to 32! That UU was ia accordance with
tbe popekr wiB, Is shown by the remarkable
qatet which followed the revolutionary act cf the
Certes.
"Whether Spain is prepared to maintain a Re
pabScan form of government whether her people
bare tbe inteKgtnce and love of liberty necessary
to jsake the experiment ccccsfcl,remains to be
Eeen. Ttls a ra'tghty leap from tbe ignorance and
despotic role to which her people have for cen
turies been subjected to the popular freedom and
icleJfcreace which form the fosndatioo-stoses of
Fsecessf cl popular government.
Europe has now three Republics Switzerland,
which has withstood the storms and shocks of
two cen tones France, which 6a3 for two years
foKowed the leadership of Thiers, with -a -fair
prospect of scccess and Spain, which now prof
poses to dispesse with royalty, and trust to pops
lar sovereignty. i
The iVcM, Subsidy.
This important raeissre, Vhieh he "previots
null icaccaecd as kSM for the session, bis boon
rerired in the Senate, and it u. reported that it
bids fair ot being adopted. Tt is now proposed
to Uct aa appropriation of 425,000 ss a subsidy
tbr the fcno, oa to Use postal appropriation bill,
and- force it ttroacb. ibo lower Hocie,-if tbe
Senate decides to appro re it. As it is understood
thai the Administration tt Washington is warmly
in fror of the snbady, it is not improbable that
j it cay iaSaence a saEoient camber of votes to
carry tbe appropriation ttfoagb both bosses. It
pie to'aSo this Datiosal enterprise to JaH
throcch from want of encoorsgeaient. The nst
miU trid briar decisive ue.TS,whe!fcer it is to be
coAtisccd orabaadoned.
Iroirr- of trie Government Survey.
Doring the past three months the Government
sarveyiac party has been at work oa Hawaii, ia
tbe Waiaiea region. Jn December, a Ease line
was Deasared with the apparatns kindly ktaned
tW? Rovprnnent bv the United States Coast
j 5croa pufn Pcfapa, east of tbe
TJ Xziaa K-eclh of the line is
13,46129 feet, aad its mean elevation above the
sea was ascertained by leveling to be 2 21 feet.
The Waisew Coart-boose floor is 2,610 leet.
above steaa tide.
A series of triangles was also ceassred, ex
tendi ac frsKa tbe base line to tbe sasmits of
Maaea Ken aad Hcaltki, aad to tbe shore at
Pcako-cad wajhae. . jTh tiocs - cccapied
have afi bees marked in a peraaseet nasner, so
that they vriH serve ss. a fosBoatioB for tbe coa
plete sarvey of tbe Island of Hawaii at a fatcre
day. The Utilode of, the .Kawaihae Kght-bocse
was ascertained to be within a few secasds of
2fl OS-.
A skssI pale 25 feet high was set up oa one
of tbe highest cones with which tbe sntatnit
pfcUeaa of Maana Kea Is so thickly stadded. aad
was carefaflr observed from five different stations
below. The rtsaks arree very closely, aad make
tbe foot of tbe sigaaf 13.7S&" feet above raeaa
tide. Tbe bicbest point of tbe ooactaio, how
ever, was esUnated to be -15 feet higher, both
from tbe barometer observations and from some
roajh leveling with' a carpenters level, and is
therefore aboat 13,605 above tbe sea. TKs is
bat a preliminary aeasaremeot, bet can be de
pended opoo within five feet at most. Mr.
Doacks, ia 1S31. made the height 13531 feet by
a segie barometer observation. - Accorcng
to
Com. Wilkes, the elevation is"1353" feet. His
taeassreoient seems to have depended on an aogie
of elevation measared with a theodolite from the
seaimit of Masoa Kea.
Tbe height of Heahbi, which has beea vari-eash-
eitiiaated at from S.000 to 10.000 feet, was
careialiy raeasmred. and proved to be S2T5 feet.
Ia 1S23, Messrs. Uoodtieh aad Harwood endeav
ored to measare it by means of observations
made with an old qaadrant at each end of a base
line onlv 2.230 feet ia teogth. Their meosnre
neat gave 7522 feet for the height, bat they
recorded their opinion that it was probably ranch
higher. Mr. Brigbaai s estimate of 500 feet
was qoite near the mark.
An accarate sorvey will soon be made for the
Government of the District of Kona, Oahs, with
special reference to hod titles.
The Leper Ilopitat on lololcai.
Dr. TroBSSesa aad Hob. S. G. AVI Her, of the
Board cf Health, visited the Leper Hospital at
Kabspspa oa Meiekai, oa Wednesday and Thurs
day of last week. They foend the settlement
cambered over COO persons, of whom aboot oae
hand red and tweaty were the Datives wbo lived
in tbe village prior to its selection as a hospital
site, wbo, as owners of tbe land, prefer to remain
on it. There are over fecr hundred lepers, and
abost one hundred relatives, wbo have gone there
self-basUhed rather than be separated from their
kin. Tbe patients gathered" there from every
island of the grosp, were as contented as coold
be expected. Xo complaint was made by any
ooe, aad in answer to ioqairies, all said they had
an abaadaace of food and every thing they wanted.
This woedd indicate that the management of the
hospital is in cood bands.
Bat while the patients rxiw kept in tbe Molo
kai Hospital are well cared for. few realize the
magnitude of tfcrs work. The pjarae'is" extend
ing, and with all the vigilance of the authorities
to check it by isolating every new case, it is rap
idly spreading. chie&Vamoog the yoong. wbo in
herit it from their parents. The very worst cases
are bovs aod "iris: and to establish and carrv
oat the rale that every child tainted with the dis- j
ease most be torn from its parents, and banished '
for fife among strangers and lepers, seems j
croeL If we woold realize it, let os sappose one j
of bar own children is foand a lepvr, and the aa- ;
tborities demand that it be torn from its home, .
and banished to Molokai. Yet this is now being
done every month with natives. Wbo will say I
that the authorities have not a weighty task to !
execs te the stern bot only safe rale which bas ,
been adopted, with a view to check this loathsome j
Eleven Days Later Foreign News.
The Bark D. C- Marray arrived on Saturday
hit, bringta: oer foreign nail with Sib Francisco
papers to Febmary 16 11 days later than those
received by the Moses Taylor.
Neither the Comet cor the steamer Nevada
bad arrived over np to the 16th of Febraary.
The Steamer Japan arrived from Yokohama
on the 15th, bat bavin? smaU-pox on board was
placed in qaarantioe. We regret to learn of tbe
death ofKagene Van Ped, Hawaiian Coneal j
.at locoeama. unicn occorrea teb. 1, on tne
pajj japin l0 u Prancisco. No par-
t tKobrs have been received.
! "iV'ihinifton X.m.
TTAsnrsGTOs, Feb. S. Tbe Boot Committee oa
, jori,rr iJt ed to incrr the ul.
ariesln tbe Execctire, JodrcStl and Legislative De
partments of the Government. It proposes a ma
tertal increase aknijr the wbole See, as follows:
President. (SOflX); Vice-President. fHWOO; Chief
JasUce oT the United States, $10,000; Justices ot
tbe Saprcinc Ottnrt, ?10,0; Cabioet Officer?,
$10.00; Speaker of the lionsc, 10,000; Members
of Coogress, $5,000. This i net odes members of the
Forty tecood Coogress. Mileage Is aboUtbcd, and
ODly actual expenses allowed.
The aggressive policy npoo which the President
bas determioed witb refereDce to pcjjgamj means
the passage of inch laws s will remove the possi
bility of a conflict of jurisdiction between the Fed
eral and Territorial statute law. Tbe officers of tbe
Government tinder Justice JIcKean framed indict
ments for polygamy under tbe Territorial Mormon
statute, but iiruceeded ia tie Federal Court. The
ultimate resell was that tbe Supreme Coart declared
all tbe procccdiers nclawful. The United States
is practically impotent to proceed acainst polysramy
aoder the ezistiec; Federal statutes. Tbe Loran
bill, which the Peskleot wishes to have passed, is a
practical sabititatefor the exisUoj Federal statutes,
and may not be evaded by the Mormons. Altboupb
so military action is at present intended, tbe Presi
dent bis determined, as a matter of policy, to remove
all tbc troops from the Southern States, and tbe
Focrtb Iaf AHtry bas been already removed. These
troops will be statioced on Use plains In reasonable
cOettrbit y to TTtalL
Jooe Wilson, Chairman of tbe Wilson Investl
atin Committee, to-day examined Hamm, Scere
tary of the Credit Mobflierasd Auditor of the Union
PadSc: Company, In reference tQlbe proSts on vari
oss contracts of tbe Union Pacific road, the coet of
construction, profits, etc, as shown by tbe books cf
of tbc Company, which Hamm examined to-day.
From tbe mass "of figures aabmittcd by Hamm on
hts examination this afternoon, it appears t heprofils
on tbe Ames contract were nearly $30,(XX),OjO; on
the Davis contract nearly 9,000,000: on the Hoxie
contract over $3,003,000. or a total on tbe whole
roaul of J 12,823527, in stock and aecsritlessltbeir
par vaide. Tbe cost of tbe wbrde road to tbe Cost
pany. as it appears on their books, was flH,000,lX,
in round cambers. The actual cost or construction
was, $7L20S,O00
Tbe Senate Committee on PostofSces to-day (Feb.
10) voted to move tbe Webb Australian subsidy bill
as an amendment to the postal appropriation bill,
when tbe latter comes before tbe Senate for actioq.
Tbe prospects for its snaxss-Jrc cow thought to be
very promising.
Kecojrnltlon or tbe Spanish Republic.
WasnrscTos, Feb. 15. By direction of the Pres
ident, Minister Sickle has been instructed to recog
nize tbe establishment of a Republic In Spain, and
to tender the congratulations of the Government
upon tbe inauguration of that great change is Uteir
form of Government.
KEW ADVERTISEXfENTTS.
FoBcral Jioticc. MtaVtrs oT CtUca Task
L4 Xo, 1, X. 0. 0. T.. are htrthy wUled to at-
,' tud tlx Fcsnl ofeuUteBrctherKtcxauiCcoraa.
from the Qaeta'i HespiJal, TO-l)AT TTedatrfay),
llirri 3th, at 15 oY!cV awn. TKR ORDER.
MtsVerx of SaUrXlt are also reitlaUr 5a
Titoa to attrni.
RECEIVED PES D. C. HTJERAY
THIS DAY!
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
2X.AW, SAT,
Hi:lKOI.l)T POTATOES.
Ac Ac.
roc siu it
Vareh 3, ISrS. fS) BOLb'KS Jt C.
Marshal's Sale.
BY VIRTUE or A WRIT OF KXECU
tioa iiscctl pet of the Supreme Court ct Lawaad
Equivr cf tte Ilinitu Islaail!, poa joirmtnt
rcaiutLAfAELA. DtftsJast ia Extcatiin.ia favor
of CATHAR1XB STEWART. TlainUffia Kxecntion,
for $31S.?a. I hare levied apoa as j t hll expo ye for
sale to tie kicieit VWder eB SATDRDAT, the MA
day of larea, at 12 o'clock aooa, a tbe pnaue,
all the right title acd iatertft of the 1J dcTea Jaat
ia acd to tie folkwiaj describe.! prorexty. Tit:
"Araaa 1." Coataicis Z KHa r!ebe j itotri la
Kapalaza, Hoaolila, astt coatatata; 1 1S-1M ute,
at dtstribed ia Roval Patent, Xo. ftjl.
Arata ZJ" Fish Toad aad Kalo Patti, also Jita-
atcd ia Kapalaau. Iloaotata. ud cooUiniagl36-1M
acres, aad descriied ia Royal Patent, Xo. tVM, to
gether vHi all the iciM;:fi and appsrteaacee; tiere
oc sttsaled.
The sail laad -win be soil raVject to a mortgage
aal tatcrest of$161.S in favor of S.B. Dole. Esq.
Unless sail jcac&cst isterest costs cf rsit and aj
fees aad coataisskas be rnvtocsIxsattsSed.
W. C P.IRKE, -Marshal.
Ilosalala, Starch 1, IS 73. S-tt
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
OXTER rOS. T.n
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
JTST RECE1FED
PER BARK i!K:A MOI ! "
NEWEST STYLES OF FANCY PRINTS,
Pink Prints. Striped Prints,
"White Grocnd Prists, Furniture Prints,
Turkey Eel, Painted Jaconets.
TViite, Brown ad Bice Cotton. Sheetings,
Brown aad Blue Drill, Victoria Lawns.
White Jaconets. Silesia, Whi Sateens,
"White aad Cororcd Casbric;, Gia;iams.
HEAVY DEKIfflS, WATERPROOF CLOTH,
"White Linen and Union Drills,
Cottea Caaras, ieary. Colored Merioor,
"Woolea Dress Goods,
FISE BROADCLOTHS and CASSIMERES
Green and wlire Cloth,
Heavy Ticlicr, Wax Ooti,
w oolcn Flannels,
Blae, white, scarlet aad fancy.
Ilsnc Blicicts, Cotton Rlaaketr,
Woolea Blaaaets of all qualities and colors,
Pea Jackets BetU Shirts, White Shirts,
Great variety of flinsel Shirts,
SHAWLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A FI5E ASS0STHE5T OF
GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING!
Uadersiirts, Towels, Socks, aad-Stocklns,
Ladies SkirU, Belts, Hair Keti, Corsets.
Triscinfs, Faas and Fancy Goods,
Silk Ribbons, Artificial Flowers,
Suspenders. Poachos, Necktiei,
Umbrellas, Jewelry,
Saver and Gold Watches, Gold Chains,
Two Superior Music Boxes,
Linen and Cotton Tape.Lineu and Cotton Thread
Spool Cotton, Children's Wool Boots.
Linen Niptins and Tablecloths, Bed Fringe!,
Ladies' Silt Mantles, Ladies' SleeTes, Gloves,
Ladies' aad Gentlemen's Collars and CoSs,
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS,
Silt, Linen, Cotton aad Lawn Ilindterchiefj,
Cologne. Latin's Extracts, Toilet Soaps,
PeBAtaa, Hair 00,
HOGSKIDT SADDLES,
. Bridles, Spurs, Saddlecloths, Pocket Knires,
Tea and Table Spoons, Knives and Forks,
Gncpowder, Shot, Needles in tins, Dusters,
Bird Cages, Money Parses, Lookinc; Glasies,
Briar Pipes, Tobacco, Galvanised Iron Pails,
Galranucd Iron Tabs, round and oral,
WRlPPiJIG PAPER, PRINTING PAPER, STATIONERY,
Wash Blue, Camphor, Boiled Linseed 03,
Saltpetre, Vinegar in demijohns and cases.
Gin in demijohns and cases,Alcohol in demijohns,
SUPERIOR HOCK WINES,
Deidcibeimer, Mreobninner,
"irtnJer, DlerLheixser. Af ;minn.aiafer-
SUPERIOR FRENCH WINES,
Chateau d'Vqcea, Haat Barsac,
Hant Bonimes de Beine.
CLARETS,
Chateau Myrat, Cbaleau Bevcbeville, Marge ire.
Chateau Ranian, Pontet Canet, St. Jnlien, ic
Fresh Supply of Lager Beer and Ale,
FINE HAVA5 A CIGARS AHD TOBACCO.
also,
HOOP IRON, 3-4, 5-8, 1, i'i-4 INCH
For SAle at
Mm ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER 4 CO.'S.
Boundary Commissioner's Notice.
PROPER APPLICATION HAVrXG BEEXMade
to tbe undersigned that tbe Boundaries of the
following Lands, sitsated in the District of Korth
Kohala. Island of Hawaii, H.X, may be defined and
settled, viz ; Pololn, Kaauhohu, Kehena 2d, Sunu
ulu 1st and 21, Kaiholena 1st and 2d, Xotice is
herebv given to all whom it may concern that
WEDNESDAY, the 9th day of April next, A.D.1S73,
at 10 o'clock A. X., is tbe day "and hour set apart for
tbe btarinc of said applications, at the Court House
in Xorth Kohala, Hawaii. R. A. LYMAN,
Commissioner of Boundaries, 3d Jod'I Circ't.
nno, Feb. 26, 1S73. S-3u
Boundary Commissioner's Notice.
PROPER APPLICATION HAYING BEEN Made
to tbe undersigned, that the Boundaries of the
followicr Lands, situated in the Distrietaf Uamakua.
Island cf Hawaii, may be defined aad settled, vis : ;
Waialeale 2d, Waikaloa 1st, Honokala; Notice is i
hereby pven to alt whom it may concern, that
WEDNESDAY, thel6th day cf April neat, A.D. 1S73,
at 10 o'clock a.m., is the day and hour let apart for
the hearing of said applications, at the Coart House
in Waimea, South Kohala, Hawaii.
R. A. LYMAS,
Commissioner cf Boundaries, 3d Jud'l Circ't.
Hilo, Feb. -t, 1 S73. S-3t
Administrator's Notice.
The Undersigned, Administrator to tbe
Estate of THOMAS WILLIAMS, or PDP.TIE,
(a British subject, deceased,) requests that all per
sini hiving claims against said Estate, or being
indebted thereto, will settle tbe account, at H. B.
M. Consalate-GeaeraL THEO. H. DAVIS,
H. B. M.'l Acting Commissioner
T-3t And Ccnsol-General.
Executors' Notice,
THE Undersigned bavins; been ap
pointed Executors of the Will of Hiram Fredea
bcr?, cf Kcloa, rvjnestj all parties having claims
against tbe said Estate, to present tbe same properly
authenticated, -within six months from this date, or
they win be forever barred. And all parties indebted
to the Estate will make immediate payment to tbe
Executors. P. ISENBERG, of Koloa,
W. H. WRIGHT, of Liaoe, .
Koloa, Feb. 27, 1S73. S 3t Executor
Wanted.
A Situation as Nursery Governess to take
charge of small children, assist at needlework, etc
Address PcsUfacc Box "No. 19. 43-lf
FOR SALE.
k. TheHonsc and Lot on Ivnkni Street,
at present occupied by Geo. Emmes. Apply to
" 5 1n GEO. EMMES.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
F. A. SCHAEFER S CO.
HAVE
PER,,
Hawaiian Bark "Ka Hoi,"
Xxroxta. BrnTitcTi,
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT
GOODS!
C0SSISTIXG IX FAKT OF
X3E5.Y GOODS;
ENGLISH FAHCY PBINTS,
FURHrfURE PRINTS,
Brilliasts, white and fancy.
White Shirtings, Siletias and Lining, Brown Cottons,
Heavy Denim t. Bed Ticking, different Qualities,
Tarlatans, Victoria Lawns.
FANCY CASSIMERES
BLACK AXD BLUE
BROAT) OLOTHS,
Black Beeskin, WThite Flanntti,
Bice and Faaey Checked Flannels,
WOOL BAREGE, FRENCH MERINO,
Black Thibet, Silk Umbrellas, Alpaca Umbrellas,
Honeycomb and Turkish Dathing Towels,
Toweling, Cotton sad Liuea Handkerchiefs,
Broolss' Spool Cotton !
"White Sewing Cottoa,
Saperior Faney Woolea Shawls,
Checked Long Shawls,
French Fancy Btankets,
Woolen Shirts, Water-proof Shirts,
Casslrucrc Suit,
Blue Flannel Sacks and Pants!
SUPERIOR BLACK SILK,
French Dress Silks
FASHIONABLE COLORS.
Woolea Dress Goods, Felt Saddle Cloth,"
Socks, Stockings, Undershirts.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN AND FRENCH GROCERIES!
Clmnipasio
Of the Celebrated Brand or Hcidiiek A Co.
French Claret ia easel,
French Sauternes, in cases.
Sherry and Tort Wine,
Hungarian Wines,
German Pole Ale, Key Brand,
11 "' Alcohol, PtSpereentstrong,
Cognac, in demijohns
Gin, in cases.
Vienna Iixxiiitia.ie !
REGULATOR CLOCKS,
Solaoxniaxi G-lassmraro,
isn
A Variety of Other Articles,
Which are Offered
FOR SALE at LOW RATES.
S 2m
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SHIP STORES!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT,
COMPRISING ALL THE ABTICES USUALLY
wanted by ships or smaller craft, all of which
will be sold
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
6 B0LLE3 A CO.
HEMP CANVAS.
RUSSIA DUCK. HEMP SAIL TWINE. COTTON
Dock, assarted numbers. Cotton Siit Twine, as
sorted tiies. For a!e by
6 BOLLES CO.
ANCHORS.
TJIXGLISH IROX-STOCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
JLU from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbs
For sale by
BOLLES & CO.
COAL TAB.
CASKS COAL TAR FOR SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
YORK HAMS.
I Few of the Ileal Article, just rcceivad
i i. ana tor sale by JJULLES & CO.
P0IAE OIL.
A FEW CASKS OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY
For SAle by (6) BOLLES A OC.
DOWNER'S AND DEVOE'S
KEROSENE OIL. A SMALL LOT LEFT, AND
For sale by
6 BOLLES k CO.
CALIFORNIA RED BRICK
AND A FEW OF THOSE SUPERIOR NORWAY
Brick. Also, California Lime and Portland
Cement. For sale by (6) BOLLES A CO.
CHAIN CABLES.
SIZES FROM 5-8 TO I 5-8 IXCn. SMALL
Chain in quantities to suit For sale by
6 BOLLES A CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALBION,
PACKED IN 1S72. THE BEST ARTICLE IN
the market. Also, Salmon Backs in barrels,
Salmon Bellies in kegs, and a few bbls No. 2 quality.
For sale by (t) BOLLES A CO.
SPERM OIL,
WARRANTED PURE, AXD VERY LIGHT
Color. For sale by
6 ' BOLLES A CO.
sperbi candles;
ASSORTED SIZES, PUT UP IN CARTOONS,
and warranted the genuine article.
For sale by () BOLLES A CO.
CORDAGE.
CTEMP AND MANILLA CORDAGE,
1 l
Assorted Sizes. For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
SPUNTARN,
W0RMLINB. nOUSBLINE, 8EIZIXG, MAR
LINE,.Ae. For sale by
6 BOLLES A CO.
TAR.
STOCKHOLM, IN BBLS. AND -HALF BBLS.
American Tar ia bbls. For sale by
6 BOLLES A CO.
PITCH. .
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HP. BBLS.
Wilmington Pitch ia bbli. For sale by '
6 BOLLES A CO.
CIGRAS.
in nnrv
SWISS CIGAItS,
lU.UUu Maaila Cigars, German Cigars,
For tale by
BOLLES A CO.
AUCTION SALES.
Br E. P. ADAMS.
HOUSEHOLDFURNITURE !
ON THURSDAY, - - MARCH 6th,
At 10 o'clock A.?In
At the Residence or Mr. J. T. Charier,
Kntaokahna,King St., will be toll
THE ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Consisting of
ORE WEAHT BUCK WALNUT PARLOR StT III SIU REPS
(Sofa, 3 Easy Chairs, 4 Cbilrs),
Black Walnnt Marble-top Centre Table,
Mahogany Haircloth Roekcr,
Mahecday "otk Table, Fine Mahogany Secretary
Haircloth Lonnge, Lady's Work Chair,
ChanJeli-r, three- bnrners. Mantel Clock,
Pictures and Engravings, Largo Mirror,
Oak Pining Chairs, Mahogany Sideboard,
Koa Sideboard,
One Elegant Chamber Set. of California Laurel
ornamented with Black Walnut, eonilitlng of
Bedstead, Boresu, Comntodo aad Washitaad,
(each with marble top).
Rocker. 4 Chairs, Towel Rack, Hair Mattress,
Mosquito Net and Frame, Bedding, Pillows, ,
Dining Table, Camphorwood Bureau,
Two Painted Bedsteads. Koa Washitandi,
Bird Cages, Meat Safe. Bath Tub, Hose,
Crockery and Glassware,
StoTo aad Kitchen Furniture, etc. '
Txrvro Opon 33 lassies,
Two Sets Single Harness,
ENCLISH AND MEXICAN SADDLES.
ALSO
At 13 o'clock, on lite Premises,
WILL BE cOLD.
The Pleasant Residence at present occupied by Mr
John T. Chayter. Consisting of
A NEW DWELLING HOUSE!
C0STA1MXG
Parlor, Sitting and Dining Rooms,
Three Bed Room!, Pantry, Kiteben, Bath Room,
Stable and Outhouses, all in fine order.
Tbe Lot contain an area of 1661 fathoms, and Is
situated where it commands a pleasant view of the
sea. Government water is laid cn, and there aro about
ono hundred and fifty trees growing and ia good con
dition. This sale presents an opportunity for any
desiring a well built house in a pleaiant and healthy
location, which is seldom offered.STerms at sale. Par
ties wishing to inspect the premises, please apply to
Mr. Chayter or
E. P. ADAMS, Auc'r.
JS ALB OF
RARE HAWAIIAN CURIOSITIES !
"WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
ON SATURDAY, - - MARCH 8th,
AT 11 COLOCK A. 51.,
At (he Sales Room or E. P. Adams,
THE FOLLOWING
Ancient Hawaiian Relics !
Supposed to bo
FROM GO TO IOO YEARS OLD.
One Feather Helmet. This curiosity formerly
belonged to the King of Kauai, is in per.'eet preser
vation, and is believe! to be the only one now in
existence in this part of the world.
Feather Epanlcts, said to hato been worn with
the Helmet, as ornaments on the shoulders.
Several Fcnther Lcis, all ia a perfect stale of
preservation.
Three Feather Capes, Formerly worn by the
Royal Family of Kauai.
JInir and Ivory Necklaces.
Niihnu Dints, which aroiildom obtainable now.
Tnpns, Figured and Plain, in great rariety.
Dop Teeth Ornaments, formerly worn in danc
ing. Knpccs, Shell and Ivory, very rare and choice.
Idols and Idol Dish.
Tortoise Shell, Koa Howls,
Shells and other Curiosities, too numerous to
mention.
2Thls late affords the best opportunity that will
ever be furnished for obtaining Hawaiian Curiosities,
which have become very scarce. Of some of the ar
ticles to be sold, no duplicates can be procured here
or elsewhere, at any cost.
Sr-'fbe Goods can be inspected on the day pre
vious to tbe sale.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE ON NUUANU STREET
ikT ik-TJCTION" !
OH" SATTJRDAY, : : : MARfiH 8TH,
At 13 M., at Salesroom, will be sold
THAT DESIRABLE PROPERTY
OTS iU'UAHU ATEWJE,
Nearly opposite the residence of Judge Uartwell, and
mauaa ot tbe property or Jlr. a. u. Addcrley,
WITH THE BUILDINGS THEREON,
Having an area of 13,900 square feet.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
CLOSING OUT SALT
THE STOCK OF 3IR. S. DIAGXIN
Will be sold
On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12th,
At 10 A. 31., nt Sales Room,
OH A LIBERAL CREDIT FOR APPROVED PAPER,
Consisting of a
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Lawns,
Brown and White Cottons,
Faney Prints, Brown Drills, Merino,
CLOTHING-!
Flannel Shirts, White Shirts (Davis A Jones') Under
shirts, Woolen and Cassimcre Pants,
Coats, Jackets, ic.
A Line of Boots and Shoes,
Including a nice ass't of Ladies' Gaiters.
Felt Hats. Pea Jackets, Towels,
Suspenders, Hecktjes, etc,
also
Fancy Coods In Great Variety.
TTbis Etoek of Goods is in fine order, and as
tbe owner Is leaving the country, everything will pos
itively Be sold to tho highest bidder.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
FURNITURE SALE!
ON FRIDAY, : : : : MARCH 14th,
At 10 O'clock A. 31.,
At the Residence of S. llagnin, Hunann St.
Will be sold tbe
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
conniisiso
Black Walnut Haircloth Sofa and Lounge,
Mahogany Haircloth Parlor Chairs (nearly new).
Mahogany Centre Table,
Mahogany Haircloth Easy Chair and Rocker,
Oae large Brussels Parlor Rug,
Blaek Walnut Marble-top Table,
Engravings, Koa Bedstead and Bedding,
Eprisg Mattresses, Mahogany Bureaus,
Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture.
One Wbeeler and Wilson Sewing Machine.
Also, At IS o'clock Soon,
J. G-OOX3 BUGGY,
PATENT AXLES.
E. P. ADAMS, Aus'r.
To Let ""Kahehnna !"
THE Residence of Tbonins Urown on
School Street. Enquire tt the Registry OSes.
iVZa
AtJCTIOft 'SAEBSrl
Br C. S. BAitTOW.
THIS iAx.
ON WEDNESDAY : t : MARCH 5,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. St., will b SolU I
DRY Gt&CSOD&l
Dark and Fancy Prints, Brilliants,
Alpacas, Linon, White Cotton,
Brown and White Drill, Denims,
llorrocks' Long Cloth,
Mosquito Netting, v , , .
Drown Drilling, btnpod Flannel,
CLiOTHIiVG:
Linen Pants, Undershirts,
"Woolen Shirty Calico Slurts,
Black Pants, Coats, Drawers,.
Boots and Shoes, Socks and Stockings
Blankets, Saddles, Gunpowder,
Lamps, Slates, Perfumery,
Playing Cards, Candles, Cigars, .
Tolaccb. Pio Frails,
Pickles, Oatmeal,
Bags of Oregon Floury
Cases of Kerosene,
Canary Birds (fine singers),
Ono Fowliuc Piece,
Ono Gold Watch, .
Lot of Seamen's CJothing,
1 SEXTAST, 1 EP1T03IE, SLATE, &c.
C. S. 11ARTOW, Anctlonrer.
For Sale.
1 Yonng Trotting Horse, 1 Wagon
and Harness. Apply to
C. S. BARTOW.
lift
THE FAIR
jpOll THE BENEFIT OFTIIE tVAlALTJA
F'einale SemiiiJir y I
of which previous notice has bees given.
Will take place March 1 3th
THURSDAY EVES1.VG,
Commencing at Seven O'clock.
5-it
ADlvnOTSTRATORS' SALE
OF
:E.:E3Xj 3E3STaLTDE3.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE MADB
on the 14th of February, A. D. 1S3, by Hon.
A. Fornandcr, Circuit Judge of tbo 2d Judicial Cir
cuit, Island of Maui, sitting in Probate, in tho matter
of tho Estate of JOHN EN0S. lata of WallaLa. de
ceased, tbcre will bo sold at Public Auction, on tbo
premises, in the town of Wailuku, on
Thursday, Slarcti 37th, at 13 o'clock nocn,
all tho right, title and Interest the said John Bum
had at the time of his death, la aad to certain premi
ses situated ia Wailuku, Maui, and lately occupied by
deceased, containing one-fourth of an acre, of laad.
together with the buildings and appurtenance oa tho
same, consisting of onostono Store with dwelling eter
head, one building used as a Eatery, with Tory large
oven and cooking range attached, nearly new and in
perfect order; ono large building in frost of bakery,
containing three large rooms and a veranda In froat :
also, a Shoe Shop and out-buildings. There aro some
Taluable Grape Vines. on tbo premtaea. This ptaee
will bo sold in, one or. ta-o lots, to suitparahasen. The
buildings are all in good repair. Also, on
SatnriIay,3IarchS9th, at 13 o'clock, noon.
l"n the town of Labaina, on the premises, all the right.
titlo and interest of too deceased in and ta w-iew ot
an aere of land, more or less, together with a Ose
Story Dwelling, containing three rooms and a veran
da. There aro alio lomo very Sue Grapo Vines oa
the lot. These premises aro situated on tbe upper
sidoof the second street in Lahaina. and about half
way between tbe Prison aad the Catholio Church, aal
are now occupied by Mr. Joba Crowder.
Alio, at the same place, immediately after the ialo
of tbe above lot, will be sold mi ilare (same beta;
1-113 part of a tract of land in Kaanapali, Maui,
bought by a Hni of Hon. C. Bishop). Tmr Ca.A.
TH03. W. EVERETT.
' HENRY W. DANIBLS.
Administrators of tbo Estate of John Ba.
TH0S. W. EVERETT.
Aoetttaeor.
WaHuku, Feb. 20. 1S73. T-St
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
fltUE UNDERSIGNED COSTI.fUE TO
X pay tbo highest market price for Dry Hides,
Goat Skim and Goat Tallow.
C. BREWER A CO.
January 22. 2-Jai
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
firm of WRIOHT A WILSON U this day dis
solved by mutual content. The accounts of the Srm
will bo settled by W. B. Wright.
WILLIAM B. WBIOnT.
CHARLES B. WILSON.
Honolulu, February 5. 1873. S-St
Co-partnership Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
farmed paitnerihip to ha oalled WRIGHT A
COMPANY, whieh will carry on the business of gen
eral blacksmithing aad horse shoeing at No. 9? Kteg
Street, tho premises lately occupied by the firm of
Wright A Wilian. WILLIAM B. WRIGHT.
Mm PETER J. BROWN.
Bar and Billiards to Let !
TENDERS Will be received to the SAth
. Inst., for tbe lease for One Tear, from the 1st
of March next, of tbe Bar and Billiard Rooms of tho
Hawaiian Hotel. For particulars inquire of
5-3t A. HERBERT.
FOR LEASE, 5 ALE, OR RENT.
M THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES 0XJUDD
and Liliha Streets, witb a splendid view of tho
harbor. The house contains four largv rooms, kiteb
en, bath-room, and out-bnildingt. Water is laid oa
tho premise. Pasture ground for two barse. Tbo
leaso has still to ran 15 years. Enquire of
2-tr n. voss.
Marshal's Sale!
IN VIItTUE OF A WltlT OF EXECTT
tlon issued by tbe Supremo Court of Law asd
Equity of the Hawaiian Islands, opon a judgment
against S. W. Mahelona, Defendant ia exeeatloB ba
favor of J. I. Dowsett of Dowiett A Oa., Plaintiff in
execution, for Nino Hundred and SUteen Sft-lW dol
lars. I hare levied upon and shall expoie fsr fat to
tbe highest bidder oa TUESDAY, tho 11th day of
March, A. D. 1873, at 12 o'clock noon, at tho Court
noose in Honolulu, all tbs right, titlo and interest of
laid defendant in and to tho following property, vli :
1 Wooden Building situated Hi A lea, Hwa, Oaha.
House. 1 Out-nouse. 1 Koa Bedstead, 2 Settles. I
Round Table, 2 Small Tables, 2 Chairs, 1 pair Work
ing Bullock.
1 Lot laud situated ia Walan, Ewa, Oaba, des
cribed In kuleaas No. 10605, and containing 15 7-10
acres of kula land, and J9reof sea fishery.
1 Lot land situated in Kapakai, Aiea, Ewa, aad
described in Royal Patent 2373, and cents faring 1 37
100 acres.
1 House lot situated la Kapalama, Oaha. and de
scribed in knleana No. 1212, Royal Patent No. 690
and containing, 103 fathoms.
I Lot land situated la'Aica, Ewa, described la
Royal Patent 735, Jcultaaa 2SS3 and c cm lairds
07-100 acres. i
1 Lot land and 3 Fish Peal situated la PoasSo.
Waikikl. aad described ia Royal Patent 3923. kn
leana No. 20S3, aad containing t 73-1 M acres.
1 Kilo patch situated ia .fcaauaukaas, Aiea, iiwa.
and containing 3 41-100 seres.
i interest more or less la kaicana AO. i.la la las
Abupuaa of Paboa, Oaha.
Also all too right tiu ana isterest in aaa M leasa
of a certain tract of land situated in WalaaiOaha.
from tha Crown Ctomitiioneri. baring as aseipired
term of 7 yean and 7 months at a recta! of fieri jtr
annrtm. Unless said judgment utcrAtle?tt'ef suit
and my fees and commissions be prerioasly satfafied.
w. i.. pakkx;, iiariMi.
Honolulu, Feb. 11.1873.

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