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New ScaaaK Evtrasraasc. TVe learn that Mr. R.
i ia tseagWi is fraieg a company for tbe
i rfcanc aa Itre manafactnre of Sugar at
i or. Un iataad, wticn SsaTtry fertile spot.
atOaaa aab laiaat a
Veen pprpriaU4y caHcd the Lehaina or
(Mate" roualili iiblr extent of laud bat been
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W irtaated rriod H; wldic lie native land own
t tnNc brmarjr ready to put la from ouc to
taaetMaaare4 aerca as aoou at tbe buildings and mill
w ajucemrnrTilL 'We sedertUsd tbal only thirty
akarct nszai to W taken. In order to place toil
ji-iBxfcteccBtgytlsc oa a sound balls. Mr. B.'aloug
Ma3 tepee 1m Tbe accar business Is a sufficient gnir
aastT that wfeat be prositca will be ftilhfullj car-
SOTES OF THE WEEK.
tST" Mr. Bergcr'a Bind will play on Emma Square
on Saturday afternoon, from S till 6 p. st.
GT" Mr. Adame holds hit usual weekly sale to-
t3T Tbe City of Melbourne, from San Francisco,
bound South, will be due here on Monday next
with the American and European mails.
EjT The mall strainer Mikado ia supposed to
have lell Sydney Feb. 14, and ought to arrive here
to-morrow. She will leave for San Francisco on
the day fullotrlnj; her arrival.
GT The Privy Council of His Majesty, as pub
lished to-day, consists of twenty-seven persona.
fourteen ol whom are native born subjects, and
thirteen were born iu other countries.
X3T Hok. S. Kin, late representative from Hllo,
lias been appuiuted Coventor of tbe Island of Us
wait This transfers him from among the rtprc
tentative to the nobles, and leaves a vacancy in the
detrcait-vn from Hllo, for which a new election
must be held.
Paudoseo. Five natives and one Chinaman, con
fined in the State Prison, were last week pardoned
by the King and released. They were sentenced for
various offences, and were pardoned lor good con
dud during tLe term ol imprisonment.
J5 The Custom House statistics forjtbe year
1573 have been issued In pamphlet form, and a few
copies can be obtained at our counter price 40
cents each. Tliey are valnable for rclercnce, con
taining as they do the quantities of each article of
foreign produce Imported during the year, with
much other valuable data.
SuicttiE. A stranger who arrived from California
in the bsrk 1). C. Murray committed suicide on the
nlglitof Feb. 25 by drowning himself in the harbor.
His body was found the next morning floating in
tbe water, with the hands and feet tied. A letter
was also lound in which be stated the reason why
he committed the rash act became tired of lite. He
was consumptive and appears to hare been def pon
dent, and ithunt friends or means. He signed bis
name reucricK aorensen..
Oou Illcsthated Edition-. tVe have prin ted off
a part ol our edition this week, to be illustrated
with a photograph of King Kalakiua, which was
taken by Mr. II. L. Chase on Friday last. It is a
perfect likeness of His Majesty, and in the opinion
of good judges, the best which has been taken of
him. Conies of these Illustrated papers can be ob
tained at nur counter, as fast as lh pictures can be
bad, or they trill be mailed to order to any part of
the world. 1 rice ulty cents per copy.
A Fist: Stout While the schooner Prince was
parsing Uoopuloa, off the lower coast ot Ilanaii, a
large fish, known am&ugtbe natives as Oho, sprang
from the water and with one bound passed over
Captain Beck's shoulder, within a few inches of his
head, and struck tbe main ringing, which caused
It to fall on the deck of the schooner. It meas
ured fire feel In length, and two feet In circumfer
ence. The sailors immediately eelzrd and killed it,
tbe flesh being much relished by tbe natives. It is
very seldom that a fish of this Eize attempts to take
pastage on a vefetel.
A SuKrniSE. The congregation of Fort Street
Church last evening surprised their pastor Rev. Vt.
Frcar, with a well-filled purse, to defray the loss
caused by the recent fire on bis premises. The par
lors under the Church were crowded on the occa
sion, ith more happy faces than we have seen to
gether for a long time, and well they might be
happy, for not only was the pastor surprised by his
people, but tbe latter were also surprised bv Messrs.
Barnard and Fenard, and Miss Castle, who perform
ed fnfSi charming style tbe difficult and beautiful
aria ot Ave Maria, which was so artistically sung
by Motif. Le Monnyer some months ago. Alto
gether, the affair was well contrived and well car
f" Among the passengers leaving in the steamer
for California are Rev. Mr. Bacon and family, who
bare spent the past two months here. Mr. B. is a
son of the Rev. Dr. Bacon of New Haven, wcll
knon n as oue of the leading divines in America. J.
B. Putnam, Efq., a partner in the oid established
publishing house of Geo. P. Putuam it Sonsof Kew
Toik, Is also a passenger, having spent a few weeks
in rambling over our islands In search of health and
novelties among our valleys and mountains. We
trust the new steam line will bring us more repre
sentative Americans of the class of which they arc
Sciioonek Mart Foster. This fine vessel re
turned from Sydney on Friday last, having had a
long passage on accouut of heavy weather lu South
era latitudes. She has been placed In the coasting
service, on tbe route between this pert and Kahului,
where tbe Kamol formerly rati, having been pur
chased by Captain Hobron. She is somewhat larger
and broader a beam than the Kamol was, and will
probably be found the best vessel that could pos-
sibiv be obtained for the route Under tbe com
maud of CnpL Davis, who took charge of her on
her first trip to Kahului, for which port she kit on
Monday, we doubt not she will be a favorite with
the traveling public It is reported that the price
paid for her was 113,000, which is less than a new
schooner like hercoutu now ue lurnea out tor.
Tnt Philadelphia Ceste.nsial. The Scientific
.Iriirrioin ol Jauuary "4th, on Its first page, pictures
the oue thousand feet tower which Ills proposed to
erect lu that city, and compares it with the Pyra
raids, Cologne Cathedral, Strasbourg Minster, St,
Paul and St. Peter's, Bunker Hill .Monument, Triul
ty in New York, and St. .Mark's In Philadelphia, as
metres of tbe enormous elevation. They ail shrink
wonderfully, and In thesamcdcgrcecxalttbc tower.
The American says, " within the coming two years
no monument of so imposing a nature, or of so
unioue and orhrinal conception, ran be constrnctcd
of any other material than iron; nor. Indeed, can we
hope to erect a fabric more completely national in
everv feature. Not only then shall we commemo
rate our blrtlijay by the loltiesl structure ever built
by man, but an edifice designed by American engi
neers, reared by American mechanics, and construct
ed of material purely the produce 01 American son."
IT S S Tlrvini. This fine sblD which arrived Fr!
day afternoon, Feb. 27, ba6 been absent from our
waters a little over a car, having sailed hence Feb.
SO, 1S7S. She made a stay here of nearly two months,
during which time tbe conveyed his late Majesty
and Staff to Hllo and back. Capt. Clary, who was
tbeu in command of tbe ship, left bcr at Panama,
and sailed for the United States on the una ol De
cember. With this exception most of the old offl-
cers aic still on board. She has been 05 days on tbe
passage from Panama, where sne lell me U- b. a.
Omaha, Captain Febrigcr. The Benicia is a second
rate ship of 2100 burthen, and her battery consists
nfl eleven-Inch gun iu pivot, 1 00-pounder rifle on
lnm-aailr. 10 iilne-lucb in broadside, and 2 20-pouud-
cr liflcs on tbe poop dccK. sue exenaugea salutes
with the shore yesterday r. M. The tollontng ia a
of Lcr officers :
nrnldia-VItltam . lloeainf. CcmaaDdinc:.
lAtut Omncnden Jamrs t). Graham, EiecntiTe oficer;
Wla. II. Whitinc, Satifator; Jtiatina BUbop.
XKatraaab aller Goalaio, A. 11. Carttr.
ila&r Krrdrrkk Slntrr.
Suryam Henry S. Pitkin.
Jtul. Smtfte St. I). Jtrs.
Jliriaajirr Eda-ia rutnaro.
Okitf tayiWr. Gao. F. Kutl.
XVrrf AiL tja iarcr A. C ceard.
Ladtt aywirtri IltDrj T. Clearer, John E. Bartow,
Ttt G. Drnlt.
.Wait LietL JVon'au-A. G. llawartll.
faatneaia Alrx. Maca.
Caaaer Wm. llalford.
Cbrpralrr M". IV. Richardson.
SlilMOlTT Jiatph Wilaoa.
Vviaatler't Ctk WUllam SlcSlurray.
AirrrliKT. (. IS.
Tbe aiTlval of thla 8ne ship was under peculiar
circumstances, for the first official act of bcr officers
was to take part in tbe funeral of the late King
whom a few months before It was their good fortune
to accompany to Hllo, on tbe very pleasant Tisit
which he made there lu 1ST3. This Is Captain Hop
kins' first visit to Honolulu, but, with the exception
of hlmselland one of his officers, all connected with
the ship lu January, 1S73, are now on board.
A Victorian' TieTr of Us.
To Utt Editor of JIaaaiiax Castile;
Sin: Tou litre an agreeable climate, a safe and
good harbor, and very sociable agreeable people.
You have not good foot-paths, neither have yon
good sanitary arrangements especially amongst the
Ton have splendid rich soil. But yon arc tadly in
want of good roads to open up tbe country to en
able you to bring produce to town or port of ship
ment, and to make travellns safe, speedy and
''Suk'me not impertinent, but only critical. I
suppose tbat what Burna saya of individuals applies
equally to s number lu plain English, Tlx:
"I would U God ti EiftHa'd tiva ot,
May I crave space to see myself in print.
I am elr, your obedient servant,
For tbe Oizxttk.
itcvr National Anthem.
God save our choten King,
Let all liawail liuc
God tare our Kioc.
May plenteotifaesi and peace,
Around Htm never ceaaa.
To shower their benefits,
And bleat onr Klnr.
Mar ttrenrth be hit, and bealtb.
Rett with onr Kin;,
fjprnnjr from an ancient race,
Indned with every grace.
The Ibrona ra which he tits.
Halite car King.
God bless onr pleasant land.
Slay Illi Atmlehtr band,
Be onr tapporf, f
In onr attllctlont eore,
1IU aid let nt Implore,
And in oor joji tbe more.
Remember II I m.
Fo will our hillt and Tales,
Star tbeir unceasing, arailt,
Moarntng and woe.
Oarr more the bom of life.
Of tmnUUiiR ttrife.
And be.jr deaTning roar.
Will reach our aliore. A. St.
For the aaarrrr.
Mr. Editob. Our precious nerves "indirectly In
tercstcd" would Inquire If tbe new Volunteer Com
pan j composed ot English, Americans, and Germans
arc subject to a command over which they have no
choice, although they represent those who payX of
the taxes In tbe .Kingdom. Are they subject to tbe
death penalty? as well as the privilege of ball and
chain for twenty-four hours with solitary confine
ment ? A grave thought for a man with pure for
eign blood lu his veins, would it not be better to
obtain a small loan of five or ten million dollars
from some undiscovered gold diggings, where gold
can be picked up In rock form and be obtained at a
less rate for very valuable paper with other men's
sugar cane as collaterals. This amount would fur
nish a small Iron clad navy, which would annihilate
the; Nettie Merrill, besides inflate every thing to
bursting point and give loreignera tbat have been
led into sugar plantations and Real Estate an oppor
tunity to sell out and escape before the deluge.
March 3d, 1ST!. A Subscriber.
Snpreme Conrt-In Probate.
Feb. 23 Estate of Pi. deceased Bafore Justice
Judd, at Chambers. Petition for settlement of the
acconnts of the Administratrix. Accounts approved
Feb. 21 Estate or Kekoalanlil (w.) deciscd Pe
tition of 3. G. Wilder for proof of will. WIHadmlt-
ted to probate and letters of administration with
will annexed, ordered to be issued to S. G. Wilder
upon his filing bonds In the sum of S200. Notice
to creditors to be advertised for lour weeks, inven
tory to be filed In 30 daja.
March 2 Estate of Kawalnul (k.) deceased Be
fore Justice Harris Petition of Pil, for settlement
of his accounts as Executorof the will of Kawalnul,
deceased. The accounts were examined and allowed
by tbe Court, the Executor to be discharged, and
his bond cancelled upon bis filing a receipt from
Bcke, tbe other devisee under tbe will, for her share
of the property.
Tbe government after a very long struggle, Is at
last victorious at Carthagena, Spain. After the sur
render of the city it was occupied by tho national
troops, who found the fortifications and building!
hadly damaged by the bombardment. A body of
500 insurgents including convicts, escaped on board
the iron-clad Xumancia, and although attacked by
the national forces, succeeded in passing five govern
ment men-of-war at the mouth of the harbor, and
proceeded to Mers-eI-Keb!r, Algeria, where they sur
rendered themseires to the French authorities
Among them are Generals Contreras and Galres
other members of the insurgent junta. They declare
the city felt through the treachcrv of the comtnan
ing officer of tbe principal fort. Tbe French authori
ties bare tho tri-color flying at the mast-head of
the jumancta. Ibe .Mendet Aunez, with anotu
party of insurgents, succeeded in reaching a port of
France, into which she was pursned by a French
man-of-war. One of the insurgent steamers, which
attempted to escape, hat been captured, with a large
number of refugees on board.
The report that Carlistt hare captured Santander
is denied, but another is now current tbat the cor
poration is negotiating to raise two millions of pese
tat, which the Carlttts demand as tbe price for ab
stainine from bombardine the city.
The insurgents at Barcelona hare surrendered, and
the authority of the government is fully restored i
II. IIACKsVXLD tfc CO.,
0EHEKAL C0HMISSI0K AGENTS.
Uueen Street. Ilonolnln. 11. 1. 177-lyl
Ladies White Satin Gaiters
DOVT CO Mi; OCT AG A IX IaV TJIOSK OLD
slippers you were nuiiTied In serrral years go.
when you can buy pair of French fentin Gaiters for fi.iO
THE PUBLIC ARE IIEREBT XOTII'IED
that I have lx-ntlier omll Itlnda Tor Knle
Clienp lor Out), and tbat no otber person whatever
nrs any interest in tne ivaiaoao lunnery. except tne under
Slgneo. JOSEPH DUCHAI-SKI.
Honolulu, March 4, IS71. 177 3m
"Mf T PRIVATE DIART FOR 1ST3, AXI) MT
jLtJL volume or butnte uma, baving been returned, a
rewara is now ocerea lor tne
(UJIlMlnc; Parte ormy Private AcconntllooU,
(3) Jly Volume or Old Lnns, and
(3) Foranyold Commlaalona, Joiininla, or Pa.
pen or my late lather, G. P. Judd.
177 It A. F. JUDD.
A EE PERSONS IIAVIXG AXY III EES
against Mr. John F. Kenyon, will please present
tnem immediately to tne undersigned: at me court House,
as it is tbe intention of Mr. Kenyon to leave this Kingdom
per steamer or tne atn ror Australia.
D. K. FYFE.
Honolulu. March 1, 1S71. 477 It
THE ROYAL FAMILY OF HAWAII !
fJMIE "GAZETTE" OF JIAROUlh, 1871,
CONTAINS A SKETCH OF THE
Life and Coronation of King Kalakaua
A brief sketch of
QUEEN KAPiOLMI AND THE HEIR APPARENT,
With au account of the
Death and Funeral of King Lnnalilo,
THE ELECTION RIOT OF FEBRUARY 12,
THE SURYET1KG CRUISE OF THE TUSMRORI.
AUDIENCE XT I0UNI PAUCE.
And Other EoVnl Matter of Interest,
ltenderlng this Issue a very Interesting ona to send abroad.
pntcE ni cEhTa each.
AN ILLUSTRATED EDITION
Of the same issue will be printed, giving a recent and
correct portrait of Kins; Kalahaua. taken since he
oecame rung. Tne price oi tnese papers is oo cen is.
H. iL WH1TXEY, Publisher. "
THE CXDERSIGXED IIAV1XG BEE.V COX.
firmed by the Court at Ei ecu tor of the Estate of
JOHN STEIfECK, deceased, requests an persons Indebted
to tne aaM instate to mate Immediate payment, and all
who have claims against the same to present them with
vouchers to the undersigaed during tbe term of six months
from date or they will be forever barred.
F. A. SCHAEFER, Executor.
Honolulu. Feb. I7th. IS71. 177 It a
Notice to Creditors.
SrrnEME court, ix probate. in the
matter of the Estate of JOI1X HUB3T TUOMTSOX.
rCoUce la hereby given by the undersigned. Executors of
the above named Estate, to all persona having claims
against the said John Hurst Thompson, deceased, to ex
hiblt the same with the necessary vouchers duly authenti
cated, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, to the
undersigned Executors, at the office of Charles T. Collet,
one of the Executors, la tbe Government House, tn Hono
lulu, within six months from tbe date or tbe publication
of thbruotlce, and If not ao presented they will be forever
Honolulu, February zt, 1871.
8. A. THOMPSON.
Executors under the WU1 of
177 4 John Hunt Thompson, deceased
BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
HAWAIIAN 1SLANDi Probate In tbe mat
ter or the Estate of His late Majesty KAMEHAMEHA
V., deceased. At Chambers In the Court House ta Hono
lulu, before the Hon. Charles C Harris, First Associate
Justice or the Supreme Court, sitting In probate thla ii
day or March, A. D. 1571.
It appearing to the Court by the petition presentnt and
filed by Charles K. Bishop and John O. Domlnla, Adminis
trators of the Estate of Hit late Majesty Kamehameba V.,
decayed, praying for an order to sell certain Real Estate,
tbat It Is necessary to sell a portion or the Real Estate of
which tbe deceased died seized and possessed, to pay debts
outstanding against the deceased and the debts and charge
of administration. It Is therefore ordered tbat all persons
Interested In tbe said Estate appear before tbe Hon. Cbaa.
C Harris, First Associate Justice of tbe Supreme Court,
sitting In probate, on the 23d (lay of Jlnretl, A. n.
1871. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said day at the Court
Itoom of the Court House, Honolulu, to show cause why
an order should not be granted to tbe said Administrators
to aetl tbe land and premies prayed for.
And that a copy of this order be published at least three
successive weeks lu the "Hawaiian Oaiette" and Kuo
koa and Au Okoa," newspapers printed and published tn
tbe city of Honolulu.
C1IAS. C. HA11RIS, Jus. Sup. Court.
Honolulu, March Sd, I!TC
Attest: Js'o. E. Harvard, Deputy Clerk.
IL II. Mtax lkv. Att'y for Administrator. M" ;1
THE IWDEnsKlXEI) HAVI. IJEEX drily
appointed administrator to tbe Estate of Mrs. 'a
papal, of Lahalua, Maul, deceased, hereby requests all
parties having claims against the said Estate to present
mem witnin six montns rrom tne cate or tnts pnbitcation
or they will be forever barred, and all persons Indebted to
aaia j;aie axe requesiea to make immediate payment to
Labalna, February Zi, 1S71. -177 It
JOSEril K. JiPEXCER, OF WAIOI1IX1T,
Kan. Hawaii, navlng this day made an assignment
of all bta property to tbe undersigned rbr the benefit of his
creditors, notice Is hereby given to all parties owing the
said J. It. Spencer to make payment to. and all persons
having claims against him. to present tbe same to GEQa
i' mvti " f i .- .. ii.. it ,.- ...
F. A. SCUAEFEH.
Honolulu, March 3, 1871. 177 It
A I.I. rERSOSN ARE HEREBY AOTIFIED
not to hunt, or otherwise trespass upon the lands of
Makananalott ana ivpekco. ilauali. under penalty or tna
law. (473 6m) AFOXQ 4 ACHUCK,
THE lIOCSiE EOT AND LARGE
KALO PATCH, at tbe entrance of 1-auoa
Valley, belonging to tbe Estate of the late-
Stewart 1L Cooper. For particulars apply to
w. L URE ,
Or. A. S. CLEGIIOIU?.
Ej ecu tors under the will of Stewart Hamilton Cooper.
THE IIOISE AND PREMISES FORM-
erly occupied by tbe Ute Dr. H. P. Ford. For parti
culars. apply to (tta-tf) It. tlllJJLAND.
To Let or Lease!
Id THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES OX
Alakea. Street, formerly occupied by A. P. Brickwood
Esq. For particulars apply to
4,i tf J. S. LEMON.
For Sale or For Lease !
I SEVERAL COTTAGES, I'LEASANT-
a. Lit located, wilh gardens, outhouses, and every
convenience, inquire of
47i tf HUGO STAND ENWALD, M. D.
Buffum's Hall for Sale.
FOIt TEItJiS, Enquire or
475 a S. B. DOLE.
A Valuable Property
A LOT OF 9 ACIICS OF I.AXD. ITITII A
a good NEW DWELLING JI0USE and KITCIIKX
a, att&ched. A frontace of about 650 feet on HereUntn
btrtft and 975 fet ou Punabou Avenue. Near tbe bouse
Is a well yielding abundance or never falling fresh water,
with a Windmill attached. The piwpect seaward and In
land Is ur.3tirpa.ved In the suburbs of Honolulu. Tbe place
may be old as a whole or In lots to ault purchasers. For
further Information Inquire of 3. B. DOLK.
64-tf or J. D. VAIllS.
HOUSES and PREMISES
MA COJIFOKTADEE FUIIXINIIED COT
TAOE to let at WaltlH.
ALSO, A IIOISE EOT nlld KALO I" AT CI r (TO
at the eutrance of rauoa Valley. . Bra
rja ALSO, A COTTAGE OS BEKETAMA STIIETT
eg near tbe bridge.
ALSO, A COTTAGE ON EMMA SQUARE,
AIho, S torn tic unci Ynrd Itoom on
1'ot particulars apply to
59 W. I OKEEX.
Australasian & American Mail
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about the5th of March.
FreinlU to San Francisco. 85 per Jbii. Fire
per cent, jrrimage.
FOR SYDNEY VIA FIJI
Connecting nt Knnilavu with a lirnncli
Auckland and Fort Chalmers, N.Z
"CITY OF MELBOURNE,"
catt. j. w. m&xns,
On or about the Bth of March.
TO SAJT FHAXCESCO.
TO SYDNEY, Ac.
Ou or auoui
Marth . .. 5 th
Bar Passe tigers for EASTERN STATES and EUROPE,
partsnsinff their Through Tickets at our Office, will be al
hed a targt ml vet ion In fares, besides bavins larger quan-
title of Baggage free.
Ca For Frclirlit and rassazc, or any further infor
matlon. annlv to
s.d ll. iiAUt r Miir &- tun Agenia.
For Portland, Direct.
THE FAST SAILING BARK
Jane A. Palkinburg,
J. A. mtOYt .Y, 3IANTEH.
Will have Quick Siipatch for the above Fort
Having pari of her Oirgo engaged.
For Freight or passage, apply to
471 CASTLE & COOKE, Agents.
JJ X 3VT. 33 T -a. 23 Xt 33
Steamer rfr "Kilauea."
: I i i : : JI ANT Ell.
-Circuit of IlnuM
yinrrli Bill -.
March 23d .
Sarcb 30th .
Steamer leaves Honolulu at 5 r. M.. exceptlnK trips tbat
she touches at Kaunakasl, wben abe will leave at 10 p. it.
Upon the HUo trips, the steamer will not leave Lahalua
before 1 a. x. on up trips. Ou Kona trips WUI not leave
before S a. x.
From this date, the payment of Cash for Passage, will
be strictly enforced. TICKETS AT THE OFFICE.
Not responsible for unmarked baggage, or any freight
unless receipted for. SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
R-JH O XT Ij AK
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAH FRANCISCO I
C. Brewer A. Co Agents.
libcrai cub k&rxacti roiue oa mipmenu bj inu uoe.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET. LINE!
C. Brewer & Co. Agents.
FAToratle arrADremenU can alwan b
mads for itorae and iblpment or Oil. Booe, Wool, II Met asd
other MercbandUa to lVtv Bedford, Coaloc, New York and
other Eaitarn PWti. f Wa Adraoce made.
ili lj C. SRKWKU I CO.
Our Recent Events;
An Exceedingly Intcrctlncr Hocu
meat Tor Homo and Fox-a
mnE UNDEBSiajTED IXTEXDS ISSTJIXG
JL AT 1! O'CLOCK TO-DAY,
A careful compilation of all the Articles published touch
ing upon ua recent pouueat cnanges ana troaoies.
Including' all the Campaign Documents
Isanrd: taking In a.1 matters of public Interest, from tbe
fleam to tne bunai or ills late aiajetty.
ThepaperwnibeofSO pages of the site of " The Friend
and win be embeliisrjed wltn a
PHOTOGRAPH OF HIS HAJESTT K1UK AM.
PRICE, 81.00 EACH.
ar Persona deal ring copies wDl please leave early orders'
as a nmiiea eaiuon ooiy wui or wow.
17 thos. a. ntnuw.
Desirable Real Estate For Sale.
THE OUEICK PltEniHEN
netr Punahou, consisting of
A VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT !
Within two miles of Honolulu, and fire minutes walk
of Oahn College.
The Lot it about Three Acres : enclosed with
a Stone Wall, and well stocked with Shrubbery, Fruit
and Shade Trees.
The House it TWO STORIES, and, including are
randa, half round it, is 56x31, with a cellar under
half of the buildinc. Uas five room i on the eroun
floor and fire chambers with closets. A well of pure
water Is at tbe doer, ana also runnine water lor Irri
gation. There is also a convenient Carriage Home
and other out buildings on tbe premises.
TITLE, FEE SIMPLE.
Alio three Lots, about half a mile from the College
and two milei from Honolulu ; one of five acres, tn
closed with a stone wall, one uf eiirht acres, and an
other of about thirty acres ; the two latter are adJola
ing the premises of L. JlcCully, hiq.
AND ALL ARE DESIRABLE BUILDING SITES I
For Terms, apply to
J. 0. CARTER, or
175 3t 0. H. 0ULICK.
milE LXDEimiOXED HAYING OPENED
JL a Bakery at tbe comer of QL'EEX ItlCILVRUS
STREETS, (premLvs formerly occupied by Mr. Goldstonel
wouiu respectiuuy solicit oruers in nu line.
1 3m ANTON SINGER.
milE LNDEILSIGNEn HAVE THIS DAY
JL entered into partnership for the purpose of general
w. r. CONWAV.
Hllo, Sept. :6, 1ST J. i; 3t
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultiy, Vegetables, &c
Furnished to Order.
JCXTBAS. Tncsdayn and Tliurmlnys Veal
(Unless olherwbe ordered.)
The Proprietor havln: erected a neat and commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family iteat Market, will be prepared to
uromntlr and satisfactorily fill orders for everythlne re
quisite to lunilsn tne laDies wttn au tne suosuuiiuus ana
lleucanea tne country arrorus.
CarShipiilii-finpi)Ilcd on Short Xotlce.-SO
Meats. c delivered to all parts of the city without ex
tracnarge. mj r. ji. iiu 1 lj.
Notice to Creditors.
CJUrKEJIE COURT IX PROnATC-THE
iZy matter of the Estate of esTKwaIST 1 1 AM II. TO. N
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executors of
toe aoove namea estate, to ui persons navine cuums
against said .Stewart Hamilton Cooper, deceased, to exhibit
the same witb tne necessary vouchers, auiy autnenucated,
whether secured by roortcajte or otherwise, to the under
signed ex ecu ton, at the ofilce of William I (Ireen, one of
the executors, at his ouice on uueen treet in Honolulu,
within nix months from the date of publication of this no
tice, and if not so presented they will he forever barred.
Honolulu. February 3d, 1874
W. U OltKEX,
A. S. CLKGHORK,
Executors under the WUI
473 3t of Stewart Hamilton Cooper, dee'd.
fflXIE ram:RsiuxE HATIXU THIS DAT
JL DC en appointeu oy uie iion. a. rornanaer, Lircmt
Judge of 'Maal, administrator to the KsUte of the late
iOHS PKRHOT of Wallcapu, Island of Maul, this Is to
give notice to all persons Indebted to said estate to make
immediate par ment, anaauwno nave ciatm against aia
estate are requested to present the same wltLln six months
from date or they will be forever barred.
ANTONIO x 8IL.VA,
Wltneaa to signature. AdmlnLitrator.
Henry y, Dakiels.
Walluku, Maul, Dec. tb, l73, 473 lm
the present engaged theT
It. l'AIIKi; a Carriage
Talnter a hose wnrk has been for several Tears before the
public, and which for fineness and durability has never
been excelled In uiis place, we are prepared to execute an
orders In the line of
Carriage Painting in a Superior Manner
We do not wish to boost, vet we have no hesita
tion hi saying that we can do as flue and as durable a Job of
AS CAN BE DONE IN HONOLULU,
Outside of Our Own EntAblislimeut,
All persons bavintr rood Carriages Uiat require rain ting
or Varnishing, will do well to give us a calL
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CARRIAGE REPAIRING
Tn ererr hrflnrh
Prices to Suit the Times.
09" A. Ktrst-class Carriage I'alntfr b engaged for oar
business, and Is expected from ban Frandsro per December
1713m 74 and ; King BtreeL Honolulu.
New Goods, New Goods
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
Ship George Green,'
AND OFFER FOIt SALE
U0AR MAT BAGS, FIRE CRACKERS,
Pire-Works, Lacquered Ware,
CONTRACT WHITE MATTING
China Peanut Oil,
Camphor Wood Trnnkn,
Superior Breakfast Tea
In 3, 5 and 10 lb. Eoxei.
Best Basket Tea,
RESERVED GINGER, CHOW CHOW !
&c &c &c &c
lorSaaeby Afong & AchUCk,
tK-iT Kuuanu atreet, near Kln
The Illustrated Christian "Weekly
B SUPPLIED TO SCBSCBIBFRJI AT Bl.00
per annum. H. 2d. WUnTiET.
Ir P. ADAMS.
WEDNESDAY, - - MARCH 4th,
At 10 o'eloek A. M. nt Sntn Boom.
Large Assort of N.ew Goods!
CSecV Flannels Blanketa, all colon ;
Flannel Shirts, Flannel Coalt and rants
Merino and Cotton TJnderahlrts,
Fine WMte Cotton, Brawn Cotton,
Unen Srllb, Fine White Shirt.',
Fancjr rrtnta, Ulalll PrlnB,
Hair Oil and 1 rrururs.
GROCERIES, &c., &C.
Sardines, McMurrar'a Ortten,
Yeaat Powder, Jfo. 1 Hams
Lard, Candles, Com Starch.
Crackrra In Una,
Tobacco, Fine Tea,
Wash Bine. Olive OU,
Kegs BrownlSugar, Sacks Com,
One Second-Hand Whaleboat, in order.
F- P. AIUJIS, Aucfr.
TAILORS STOCK AUCTION
ON SATUEDAY, - - MARCH 7th,
AT 10 A. M. AT SALKSROOM,
Trimmings, Buttons, Clothing, &c, &c.
Two Sewing Machines, in order.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON SATURDAY, - - MARCH 7th
At IS o'clock Xoon, nt Snlc-s Itoom,
Will be Sold at Auction,
For Cash to tho Hlghost BIddor,
29 Acres of Valuable Lands !
With the Buildings Thereon,
Situated at K0HANUI, Iiland of Molokai. There
are leaeral aubstantial Buildings upon Ibis property
(ivnicowere conatructed ror a liairy for Ilia late Maj
esty Kamebameba V.), with Cisterns baring a capa
city for 2000 barrels of water. Tbe land is nearly all
enclosed by a good Stone Wall.
No more eligible situation for a Dairy can be found
in tbe Kingdom, baring all tbe Paddocks, Cisterns,
Dwelling nouses anu Uutnouses for a largo establish
TITLE PERFECT. Papers can be seen at tbe
Auction Room of tbe undersigned, and further par
ticulars by application to W. C. Jones, Esq., Attor
ney at Law.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Dwelling House and Lot
ON SATUEDAY, - - MARCH 7th,
At 12 o'clock JI., sit Salts Itoom,
All that Tract of Land in Kauluwalai
M'lthln n short distance or the City,
And consisting of
A 1IOVNE LOT, containing an area of 371 fathoms, I
witn a commoaious woouen iiweutoe jious tbereou.
TEnjIS AT HA I.E.
For further particulars, apply to JNO. SIONTQOMFJIY.
oouutor, at tne court liouse.
E. r. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
KALO LANDS & FISH PONDS
Por Solo Toy Auotlon I
ON SATUEDAY, - - MAECH 7th,
AT 13 O'CLOCICM., at Saleiroom.
IaOT 2Vo. 1. conUlnx an area of 2 S-IOO acre, and wu
srani(i oj iujjju j au-iir. io. lutto iirary zuppieln, de
ceaseil. and couniaU of V Kalo LoT. several of which are
r an l'onds, ami a House Lot on wiilcti b a comfortable
IAYY yio. 2. Is held br a like Patent. No. 105. and ron-
wns an area or ?m xuinora.1, z& reel by surrey. Tbere is
also a wooden Dwelling House on tne laud.
Both these lands are abundantly watered at all seasons.
wmciit wim weir cione proxuniiy to urwnv renaers tnem
So. 3 JlotuK! lAt Ju .Tloiitiroiiter Ron-. In Ka-
makela. formerly owned and occupied br Clulanl (w)and
Kaill, conulnlttgt 60 fathoms, with a shingle roofed house I
o. -1 A FlnULlM Halo Patch U Kaniakela.
adjoinUiff Uie rear of Mr. J. Smithies premises, conuinkig
laiUMjms. who xuur i a nourunujff crop or jcaio tnereou.
rar anvancea in go win.
All tbe above Lands are held by lloral Fateot.
For further particulars of titles, surreys, Ac., apply to
j Bivzi iiiOJiiiin , solicitor, at we court House.
K. P. AD AitS, Auctlonerr.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
rpiIE UNDF.RS1UNED CONTINUE TC
JL pay tbe highest market price for Dry JliJei
GoatSklns and float Tallow.
idt-Zm C. BREWER t Ctt
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
bay Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desirrd to make
freigbt (474-3m) V. llKKWElt & CO.
PIEE IHSPEAHCE COMPANY.
THE UXDEIISIGSED h.Tlnc been ap
polQtrd agents of tba abOTa Compaoy, ar prepared
lo intnre risks against Fire, on Stone and Drick Build
ings, and on Herchmnillse stored tb.rein, na.tbe
most farorablo terms. For particnlarsapplyjit theomceof
-ly r. A. SCIIAKFISK CO.
F. A. 8CHAEFEK,
AGENT at Bremen Hoard of TJnderrrrltra,
Agent of Dresden Board or Underwriters,
Agent of Tlenna Board ol Underwriters.
Claims against Insurance Companies within tbe jnrladictlon
of the abore Boards of Underwriters, will hare to be certl
flrd to by tba abora agent to make them aalld. f 476-lr
THE USDEHSIG3ED, AGENTS of tbe
abore Company, hats been Mtborbed to Insnre risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, by Coasters,
from Ilonolala to all porta of tba Hawaiian Gronp, and rice
176-ly n. IUCKTEXP k CO.
uaar s- woutas. atsar r. auacaaas. cais. a. xoaaax
WILLIAMS, BLXXCHARD CO., .
Shipping and CommissiDH Merchants,
tit 218CiIUoTsiaStret,SsI'ranciieo. ly
Ur C. S. BAilTO W.
ON HIIDAY, : : : : MAECH 6th
At 10 o'clock A. 2t., art 11 (ra sold
DESIRABLE NEW GOODS !
Dry Goods, Xfrest Goods,
JBUacttd and JJroicn Cotton,
Tickings, Amoskeag Jknirns,
Fine Collars mlalSleeves, '
LadieFinffShoes, Ac, Jcc
Pine Silk EibboniTof all Deserintinni
At 13 o'clock JToou.
KegB and Bags Brown Sugar, etc.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
A TWO-WHEEL, CHAISE, IJt UOOD OKDCK
Applr to C.S. ItARTOW.
Hotice of Dissolution of Copartnership.
Tiik ciiPAirntxiMmp iiebetoitore
existing between tbe underatsnrd expired by limita
tion on tbe 11th Inat. All persona hartnar acrooata open
with tbe late Ann are rrqueatrd to settle with Mr. ASNK:
wbo li duly authorised ftr that purpose. AKS V.K.
Honolulu. ?Tot. 28, 1S7X a3 Xra
FOR SALE, ALL KINDS AND SIZES i
64'fA 66 Tort Street.
rfuiE ii est qcAtmr, obeatent tari.
Jbl ety, and at the
ALIO Portralu taken In better style and quality than
atanyotber place hi this city, for abe lor' price of
S3.50 PER DOZEN !
Do not listen to any recommendation, but roma ami
Lewis and Ceorglne,"
AX INVOICE OF THE CELEBRATED
EDINBURGH BOTTLED ALE.
V. L. OIIKK.V.
E. ii. HITCHCOCK.
ATTORUET-AT-LAW. H1L0. HAWAII.
.73 Bllla Promptly Collrtted ly
C. JBEEWEE & CO.,
( n. a. r. CASTxn, I
r. c. joxia. in.
I 1. P. Burwxn. 1
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Ialaads.
Boston Board of Underwriters.
AOKJITS for the Hawaiian lalknda,
nt-i c Biutimit i co.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
AOENTS ror the Hawaiian lilanda,
l-ly C. A CO.
C. WALLER, Proprietor
King Str t, 173 lj) Ilonolnln.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF,
C. BERTLEHAH1T, KAUAI.
And W a-Dcmix-toca..
For Nnle by
I m A. tV. PEIKCE at CO.
A. W. PEIRCJE & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK!
lFlo-ULr tSa IO:r.aca. !
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Perry Davii' Painkiller,
Pnnloa Salt Works
PER BARK 'COMET.'
THE irNDERHIUNEn HATE BECXITED
an addition to tbelrStoea:, whiett win be aold at Low
Golden Gate Flour,
Ill Foraaleby BOLLES t fja
Something New I
BOLLE8 & COv htTereeelTe-lperD.C. Mur
ray, small consignment of BUTTER, made by
tbe KEW PK0CES3. Tba attention of purchasers ia
-wrjatnovm scgab cob;,
13 trlns; Beans.
BOIXK8 t (XX
jriAsns peaches, pears.
' Casus Pnima,
JBOIiES et CO.