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Charles LjtH. the eminent English geologist, has
been made a barokt t.
The t JE'ial in tbe tCce of the Commlssary
Geoeraltf Prisoners, indicate that tbe North holds
an excess of rebel prisoners rising f0,000 men.
The rebel prints are amasitg tl; easel ves over But
ler canal. Let them beware ; it may yet prove to
toeo that " Iat ditch " in which will perish the
topes of the Confederacy.
Women are said to have strcrger attachments than
men. It is n t so. A man is of'en attached to an
Id bt : but did you ever know of a woman having
an act ichmea: fur an old bonnet ? " Echo answers
Toe population of Nashville by the census of I8G0
wa l'.Mi ; at the bgir.ning of the rebellion it was
2o,0. ; it is now more than 76,000.
At Harvard they are beginning again to Ill-treat
the Freshmen to ?icn nn extent that many perCL3
refuse to send their boys to that institution.
I wonder where those clou Is arc going ? sighed
Plir rnaiTi-Tv. fh minted with her thin. de-
-.--- f j - -
care finger to the heavy funeral masses that Coated,
Utily in the kj. "I thii.k they are going to
th an ler," ei 1 her llttlo brother. '
The Crown Princes of Prussia, the Princess Itjyal
of L'oglaa J, has painted four pictures of the taking
of iuprl. which are to be exhibited at Berlin. All
the Knli-h Ii?yal family paint a little. Among
tbtrin the Princes Kryl is sid to be tie most prtS
cient; the Princess Alice of Hesse, the most ccn&denL
ProfusstT Johnson says that a pound of cheese is
equal iu nutritive value to two pounds of flesh. The
Fur'peii4 teem to be better acq'janted with this fct
than our own jf.-rpl?. Wirli us cheese is regarded
rather a luxury, while in England it is considered
one of the sabHtan'itl articles of food, and it i snot
uncommon for the wurkzoen to make a full meal on
bread and cheese alone.
The people of t. Louis, it is said, are bavin? a
live!y Cine of terror j'it now. Seven anacondas,
lately im potted from the East, oeiped from the taok
in which they had been kept, and after a three days
eearcu, at last accounts, had net been recaptured.
Tbe Italiuu Government has just published the
remits of t!e Erst cenrus taken fcince the ditferent
annexations. The -opulatiou of tbe entire kingdom
is wjW TJl.777.SSl tuuli ; so that Italy is the fifth
power in Europe by the number of its inhabitants,
being superior to Spaia and Prussia, the territory of
.which countries is, however, considerably larger.
Larue Income.". In an official document, the fol
lowing sums are given as the income of the Collector
of the port of New York :
Salary fr r th yr 1V3 f ".340 00
P.ei-ciVr.l from fint-4. peruil!:e4, Ac ................ 24.SX4 b'J
CtUiOi:4iuua trjia Hiic o Jicer 'JO
Total paj for one Tear .14,843 66
In al lition to this, toe Collector receives one sixth
of the puits for forfeiture commenced during the year
in tiie event that they are decided in favor of the
Government. Tbe additional amount from this ser
vice will probably reach S20.000 making a total
for the year's services of ijGO.OOO. Sun.
Vigor or tub Duxtkade Fleets. Blockade run
ning must be an unprofitable business, judging from
the large number of vessels captured and destroyed.
An Lnsiinh correspondent says that the whole num
ber which has left tbe Clyde during the war is a little
upward of sixty. In 1S61-2, thirty block le running
steamer? left. In 18X, twenty-eight left. These bad
a registered tonnage of Go0) tons, and were maoned
by S')0 hands. Of the thirty which left previously
to lcf3 only four escaped being captured or burnt,
and there is not a day passes now but what we hear
of two or three vessels captured, large and small, by
the Union fleets. It is rather a risky business cow
to attempt to run tbe blockade.
Switzerland. Geneva has been the scene of light
ing and riot. An election for a member of the Coun
cil bail ben held on Sunday, Aug. 20th, and the
defeated candidate, a former leader of the French
reTolutionof ISoO. attacked the successful party.
Four persons were killed and six wounded, but filial
ly the rit win quelled. It is said that this outbreak
is part of a plan to give a pretext fr the annexation
of Geneva to France. Within the last few days num
erous arrests and domiciliary visits have been made
in tae Venetian provinces and at Trient in the Tyrol.
The police authorities are very active. Great alarm
exiM among the population.
The IIockt Mocstaix States The further dis
coveries of continued and increasing richness in our
new territories pale all former estimates, and pleas-
antly disappoint early expectations. Every day
develops some new value to them, while augmenting
the old. These lands are measured aud mapped, and
millions cf acres are already sold. The iollowing
statement, compiled from official sources, in an in
dex to their present condition in some respects:
Stat nr No. of
Territory. square initcs.
CI!f .rnU 10 f.S7
Col' T' to....... 101. joO
New 3iextcu lilMl
Arizona ........ ....Ut,l41
l"ta! 1 1,:;?
I lah .TJtWJ.i
Nfi'CitU.. ......... "4Vij
Knji). ............ 81,314
7 6 640
l.l ibo alone will make Eve Slates as large as Penn
tylvnii cr New York.
Tiie Qcke.v Pkfmpe.t Her Majesty the Queen
of Ktigl.wul is PrcaiJent of the Female Bible Stciety
of Uertliire county, ia which Windsor Castle id sit.
uatel. In thus giving her name nnl encouragement
to a local Society, for so good au obj'jt as the tpre-l
of G'k1" Word, tbe Queen fets an excellent example,
wcrtlij of being iroitteil. There are huudreds and
thtU'r.i3 of women ia our several countries who
ought to embark with teal in such a work as this,
uiid they would advance their own usefulness and
happiness by so doing.
T" e Qaeeu of Kngl md is a model woman. Fo far
as we know her life and works, the adorns every
otSce. domestic and public, which she undertakes ;
and every wile, mother and woman may take lessons
in active virtues front tbe example of this distinguish
The Care or the Eyes. Never use a desk or
table with your face toward a window. In such case
the rars of light comics directly upon the pupil of
the ejes, and causing an unnatural and forced con
traction thereof, 6on permanently injures the sight.
When your table or desk is near a window, eit so
that your fice turns from not towards it, while you
are writing. If your face is towards the window,
the oblique rays strike the eye and injure it nearly as
teach as the direct rays when ycu sit in front of the
window. It is always best to sit or stand, while
rvaJing cr writing, with tbe window behind you, and
ten to thit. with the light corning over the left side
then tbe light illumes the paper or book, and does
not saioe abruptly upon the eyebalL Tbe same
remarks are applicable to artificial light. We are
often asked wb'ch is the beat light gas, candles, oil,
or campbene. Our answer is, it is immaterial which,
provided the light of either be btrong enough aud
does r.ot flicker. Scientific American.
I'FxrEST Coal Mise in tub World. The coal
mine of Monkwearmouth was visited by a party of
members of the British Association, among whom
were four 1 1 1 es. The depth of this mine from the
surface is 1,UX) feet, and the workings of coal under
neath extend to a distance of two miles from tbe
haft. About SCO persons are employed in it, and
COO tons are mined daily. The beat at the oOltom
varies from 84 deg. to i)0 deg. Fah., and the miners
wcrk in an almost nude state. Of all the pursuits
by which men gain a living, there is none more toil
tome, more dangerous, or more dreadful, in all its
circumstances and surroundings, than the life of
him who wins coal from tbe mines.
Adjxieal LissorrsKT at Home. Information has
been received at Washington that towards the close
of lat month Com pre Admiral Lissoflsky, accompa
nied by tbe officers of tbe Russian squadron lately in
America, by command of the Crr. made a visit to
tre United States Legation, at St. Petersburg, for the
Purpose of expressing to the Minister of the United
States their cordial thanks for the unprecedented
hospitalities sbwn them daring their sojourn in this
country. The American Minister replied ia terms of
the warmest admiration of his Imperial KMajesty,
nd of consideration for the brave and genlnDly
officers present; aud furthermore, give uttfntice to
bis deire and conviction that no other rivalries could
possible between the two countries than. such a9
"r bei upon the wish to surpass eaoh otbtr in
perkroanre of reciprocal benefits.
The Laecest Fee Several papers copy the state
ment that a lawyer in Cincinnati has received a fee
of S 45.000 in a railroad case recently gained by bim,
and it is added that this is " pro! ably the largest fee
ever leceivel by any lawyer in this country from a
single cue " Hut we ULdcrstinJ that one of the
lawyers in the Ilose will case, received a fee of SoO,-
000 for bis services. And in the J. C. Fremont Mari
posa claim it is -aid that one of the lawyers was paid
a fee of 8 1 10,000.
As Axicjxm: cf Fareaolt. rlu hia speech at
Auburn, Mr. S?ward related the following anecdote
of Admirsl Farragut: ' Everybody admired Farra
gut's heroism in climbing tbe topmast to direct the
battle but there was another particular cf that
contest that n-j less forcibly illustrates his heroic
character. Admiral. taid one cf his officers, the
night before the battle, wn't you consent to give
Jack a gls cf grcg in the morning not enough to
make L.iri drunk, but just enough to make him fiht
cheerfully?' Vfc:i, rep'.ieJ the Admiral, I have
been to uti cchm lerable, ar.d have seen a battle or
two, but I have iievtr found tLat I Mauled rum to
enable me to do ray d ity. I will order two cups of
good Ciilee to each man at two o'clock, and at eight
o'clock I will pipe all hands to breakfast in Mobile
Bay. And he did :."
The British Army and -Mi ty Gazette thinks the
recent campaign iu Schlcswig shows a great superior
ity in its vigor and eScieucy, over what it calls the
slow and trui'.leii campaigns iu tbe American civil
war." The New York Timtt in commenting on this,
remarks that the scene of wir ia Europe is one of
the flattest countries on the continent, the rods are
a thousand years old aud built iu the Le.-t manner,
every path and hillock mapped out throuzh the whole
country, and the territory very limited in extent,
hardly larger than home counties iu Virginia, while
in America military operations extend over regions
hundreds of miles in extent, rough and inaccessible,
covered with fore-ts and cut ux with rapid streams
having s't-ep bmks, and of the topography of Vihich
very little is known. If half of Europe were engaged
in war or the conqnest cf a country like Russia under
taken by the Western nations of the continent, it
thinks they could better understand our military dif
ficulties and the reality of our successes. A single
instance frms a very poor criterion by which to de
cide a question like this. Sufficient instances could
be found in the military hit lory of Europe to show
that there Lave been slow and fruitless campaigns
there as well as here.
Monet. Money is a q-ieer institution. It buys '
provender, satisfies jiitice, and hea's wounded honor.
Everything resolves itself into cash, from stock-jobbing
to building churches. Childhood craves pennies,
youth apire9 to dimes, manhood is swayed by the
mighty dollar. The blacksmith swings the sledge,
the lawyer pleads for his clients, the judge decides
the case of life and death for a salary. Money makes
the man therefore man ninst make money, if he
would be respected by fools for the eye of the world
looks through golden cpectacles. It buys Brussels
carpefs, lace cartiins, gilded cornices, rich furniture,
and builds marble mansions. It drives us to church
in splendid equipages, and pays the rent of the pews.
It buys llk.s and jewelry for my lady it commands
obsequious attention. It enables us to be charitable,
to send Bibles to the heathen. It gilds the ragged
scenes of life, and spreads over our ruged scenes of
existence a velvet carpet, soft to our tread ; the rude
turmoils and sceues are encased in a gilt frame. It
bids care vau:?h, soothe9 tbe anguish of the bed of
sickness stops ehort of nothing save the grim des
troyer, whose relentless hand spares none, but levels
all mortal distinction, aud teaches poor humanity
that it is dust. This wealth pauses on the brink of
eternity the beggar and the millionaire rest side by
side beneath the sod, and tise in equality to answer
the final summons.
The Blockade or Wilmixcto.v. Now that the
forts which command the entrance to Mobile Bay are
in our possession, ten or twelve sail of steamers,
which have been employed iu the blockade of Mobile,
will probably be sent to aid in shutting up Wilming
ton, N. C. It is a shame that a nation so eminent
for nautical enterprise a9 we are, t-bouid be short of
ships after three years ot war, yet this is the fact.
Not only are wc lacking in ships, but most of those
which we have are almost worn out with incessant
fcervice, and we have but few left to take their places.
Some ot our enterprising merchants, foreseeing this
want, built vessels of the requisite speed, and stabil
ity to carry armaments, and offered them to the
Navy Department. But the men who have charge
of this important branch of the publio service, seem
determined to FCt their faces against '".11 who have the
patriotism to show thcrn their duty., therefore they
refuse vessels of the very class now required to per
fect tbe blockade. We have more than once called
their attention to several merchant steamers, which
could be easily armed, and have urged them either
to seize or buy them for the public service, but with
out effect. We repeat our suggestion that they ob
tain the steamers J'orwant Saxon, Franconia, all
swift propelleis with compact machinery which can
be easily rendered shot-proof at a trifling cost, and
which might be of great value in hunting pirates, or
in perfecting the blockade.
In this connection we would also suggest, that
when any of cur vessels come within range of block
ale breakers to open tire upon them and keep blazing
away until they Hie captured. These vessels are up
to all manner of tiirks. If a vessel cease filing and
heave to for the purpctc of taking possession of a
blockade runner, the chances are that she will make
au tffort to escape.
This was the case with th? U. S. Ship Dacotah.
She brought a blockade breaker to, Ihe captain of
which sung out For God's sake knock off tiring ;
1 have surrendered, " and, while the Dacotah was
preparing to take possession of her, she darted off
under a fall head of steam and escaped. Now if an
incessant fire of gmpe had been kept up on her until
every man bad been driven oS her deck, the would
have been captured. '
Tbi; was the invariable practice in the British
Navy during her list great war, whenever a priva
teer was brought to, and we believe it ought to be
universally adopted by cur own. England is sending
vessels of extraordinary speed to break our blockade,
and we ought to use every meaus at our command to
destroyer capture them. Jsost. Com. Hull.
Scientific Gossip. In this day of mechanical
contrivance there are many terms in use which are
not understood except among well-informed mechanics
and engineers. Thus the strains which produce rup
tures are five : tensile, compressive, trauver?e, bhear
ing and torsional. The tensile strain is, that pro
duced by n force tending to pull the particles of a
body from each other; the compressive brings them
together; a transverse strain acts l right angles to
the body, snc'a as occurs in bridges nn l joists; a
shearing strain is that occasioned by cutting acrcss;
and torsion, when there is a twisting iu shafts, such
as railroad axles are liable to.
Electro magnetic engines have not yet succeeded
in performing work economically. The consumption
cf a grain of zinc is more costly than a grain of coal,
bnt only produces about one-eighth of the same me
The consumption of fuel in the best steam engines
has been reduced to two pounds p"r horse power per
hour, and greater economy is expected to be yet ob
tained. The terra fishing," applied to railway construc
tion, is derived from the French word cfficher and
from the similarity of the operation to that of fishing
a mast or spar.
A monument cf granite is to be erected to the
memory of Sir Humphey Davy at Penzance, a well
deserved tribute to a great chemist and practical
It is computed that the nicotine produced by one
year's growth of tobacco of the whole world would
destroy every living creature on the face of tbe globe
if its proportion were administered in a single dose.
The wheel ba of a locomotive engine, as now
generally adopted in England on the new engines, is
15 feet. Some express engines have 18 feet.
Lighthouse illumination produced by a magnetic
electric apparatus had been in successful operation at
the South Foi eland and Dungeness beacon for two
years. Cu;:entsof air produced by the rotation of
masses of iron in the neighborhood of powerful per
manent magnets generates the current of electricity,
which ignites pieces of carbon inlense-y, thus pro
ducing the light.
It is a curious and unsuspected fact that solar
light is defective as to the showing of colors. Those
shown by tbe spectrum in the sodium flame are invisi
ble in daylight. This is a providential defect, for
otherwise we should be confounded by a perpetual
display of colors in the air.
What is fog? Professor Tycdall says it is a cloud
resting upou the earth; and he defines, also, a cumu
lus as tbe visible capital cf an invisible column."
Axr I'KRso.vs iiAVixr; .ixr claims
stains; rae, will be g xvj enough la make Utem lef re the
let of January next, as 1 am latenlmc to leave the kingjc m.
JOHN K. HARVARD.
UsnolaU. Nor 4:h. 19C4 441-h
H. HACKFELD & GO. !
OFFER FOR SALE
To Arrive, the
OF THE HAWAIIAN BRIG
IV. C. TALBOT!
DUE FROM BREMEN,
In all X o oo m 1 o 2
ALES FANCY PRINTS, New Styles
Bales pink and yellow prints, new styles;
B;U3 pir-k uw yellow prints, large patterns
BaKs Hue piiLts, new patterns
Balci white cotton, 33 aud SO Inches wide
Bales browu cotton, 22 Inches wide
Bales blue cotton, 32 Inches wld
Bales blue dr'Us, superior quality
Bute bruwa drills, superior quality
Bales blue denims
Bale regatta strips
Bates burlaps, 40 inches wide
Bal'os furniture prints
Cases moleskin, black, drab, unbleached aud bleached
" Black cubivgs, superior quality
Black floured Orleans
Fine Uiybets, asaort.d colors
" Fine thjbt't, figured
Be Laines, new styles
Fancy orlean and coburgs
Fine woolen flannels, white and colored
u Pantaloon atufls, cassineta, Union panaross and
Bales blue blankets.
Bales hickory shirts, Bales regatta shirts
Bales blue flannel shirt
Canes calico shirts
Cases blue and white cotton undershirts
Waterproof alpacca coals, large sites
Pilot cloth pants
Pilot cloth Jackets and coaU
Printed cotton pants
Trinted cotton coats
Black cloth rests
Woolen shawls and comforters.
Jaconet handkerch.eK figured borders
Jaconet handkerchiefs, white
Fancy cotton handkerchiefs, silk finish
Turkey rcl and yellow haudkerchlefs
Silk corah handkerchiefs.
Woolen stockings and socks
Ladies' while cotton stockings
dent's white cotton stockings
Gentlemen's brown cloth half hose
Gentlemen's blue cloth half hose
Boy's brown cloth half hose.
Canvas anl Cordage
Cases roarice duck
Bales hemp canvas
Cases ravens duck
All sites of Russia tarred cordage.
Boxes Liverpool yellow soap
Kecs Hamburg crushed sugar
Cases Hamburg loaf sugar
Malaga raisins in half and quarter boies
Cases English pickles
" Stearin candles
" French chocMale.
Bags black pepper
Cases Olive oil
Candles In jars
WIIVES, SPIRITS and
OLD PORT WINE
4 JAMAICA RUM
BASKETS GENUINE HOLLAND GIN
STRONG RUM iu Rarrcls and Kegs.
Patent shot, assorted s'.zs in bags of 26 lbe
Percussion caps, Scissors on cards
Sheath knives, assorted sizes
Jack knives, Enameled pots.
AHorlrernt f II ATS nud CAPS
Veil barege. Cotton umbrellas
Assortment of leads
Berlin wool, Linen thread
tianny bags, Birch brooms
Caks blacksmith coal
Cs4ks pip cUy, Fire clay
Casks bright fence wire. No. 4. No. 5, No. 0
Cues rifie powder in i lb fiasks
Tobacco pipes, clay and wood
Yiolirn and vi i'.in strings
Window elass. Tumblers, floblets
Boiled Lineed oil in trallon caus
Yellow ochre, lU;d echre.
II. IIACKTELD Ai C
Honolulu. Nov 19. ISM
YVi'.l leave Honolulu
On TUESDAY, - - November 29,
AT HALF-PAST FOCR O'CLOCK,
I'LIIPAL A K U A .
- JANION, GP.EEN & Co.,
' : Agents II. S. N. Co.
fTpHE UNDERSIGNED REING ABOUT
I to leave these Islands, requests that all claims acainst
him may be handed in a: oi.ee, before the end of this moi.th,
and that all parties owing the firm of Noire tf Kruger, come
forward and settle their bills at the same time.
Honolulu, Nor. 11, 1334. 44-J-31
BOOK AND JOB
Is acknowledged to possess
THE EEST ASSORTMENT
JOB PRINTING TYPE
Of any other office
IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS,
And is well adapted to the
OF -A-jSTY SIZE,
On a YANKEE CARD PRESS."
Hotel Bills of Fare,
On a New Ruggles Job Press.
&c, &c, &c.
On an Adams' Power Press, in the most
unsurpassable style of the art,
BARELY LIVING PRICES!
Now on hand, a large sto ck of
SHEET CARDS & CARDS!
Of all kinds and sizes, suitable for
And. other purposes.
H7" Having long enjoyed the confidence and pat
ronage of the public, ia oar business transactions, we
take the opportunity to return our heart-felt thanks
for past favors and "respectfully ask a continuance of
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
HOMOU SUGAR REFINERY !
JUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
3 ett&bligrtnsent tor fale in quantities to suit purchaser hy
4? 8 3a. A LDRTCIT, IVALKEIl 4 CO
" A Slight Cold," Coughs.
Few are aware cf the itcportanc of checklug a CoUh or
' HUGH? cold" in iu first si ate; t'uat which In the bjfinuing
woulJ yiei.l to a mild remly, if m gleet! soon attacks U
li'-jp. iroirn'j Bronchi Trockt .'' give ure and aimntt
ir.. mediate rvlit-f. Military Qficert and Soliitrt tkould
hmt tkrtn. eg fry ran becarritd in tir pocirt and I aim
at occasion Trtjuirat. Hi-lva
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It clears. '3 the hair aud iuipa.ru to it a taost delightful
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Agents for California. Hostetter. Sniith 4- Dean, San Francisco.
VOTICE HAS BEKX RECEIVED THIS
.Ll day at this Office from the Postmaster ot San Francisco,
that the new rate of ten cents of U. S. Potape on a single letter
of half an ounce, covers the ship postage, if the letter is pre
paid, and alio that prepayment of letters forwarded from these
Islands to the United States M uot compulsory.
The rates henceforth to be charged will therefor be at
Litters u-tijhina U. S. flaw.
not more titan Fottage. Poitaye.
I ounce 10c fc
1 i!0c 10c
li " 0c 15c
2 40c 20c
adding for erery additional half ounce or fractional half ounce
ten cents L. a- i'ostage and rive cents Hawaiian Postage.
442-ltn V. KALAIIAUA, Postmaste rOeneral.
BY LATE ARRIVALS FROM
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
HKTEIMIOLDT Ai CO'S WESTPHALIA
Superior quality Paris cheese,
Superior quality bologna sausages,
French sardines, and tins ;
French peas, (petits pois) 1 lb tine,
English pieklee, pts and qta.
. liacon, in tins :
Fancy biscuits, assorted ;
Superior Cephalomia currants, in glass jars ;
iluscat raisins, in glasa jars;
Superior indigo blue in lb & 1 lb boxes,
Half barrels crushed loaf sugar,
Superior Zante currants, in jars ;
Superior French pork,
Freeh California mustard,
Fresh. California Clear Lake cheese.
Fresh California crackers, assorted;
Fresh California lard.
Saleratus, in paper and bulk ;
Half bbls salmon,
Corn starch, Clarke's & Oswego,
Macaroni and vermicelli, No 1,
' Cal. hlf gall pieklee.
Kitts tongues and sounds,
California flour, extra superfine brand;
Sup. extra flour, ground trom Cal. wheat ;
Hard bread, for chicken feed;
XVghIi Isl.n:l Potatoes I
Received from KAXVA1I1AE by every
trip of the Sleamer.
Common tea, for 6hips use;
Assorted meats and soups,
Hard bread, for ships use ;
Fresh white beans,
FiCBh yellow beans,
Fresh red beans.
A. A. E LD RIDGE!
Fresh saleratus, in tins ;
Jenny Lind cakes,
FOE SALE AT LOW RATES BY
441 -2m S. SAV1PGE.
AMrich, Walker & Co. !
Have on' EEa,xicL
And Offer For Sale at LOW RATES
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS!
M ERIC AX DEGFi
d. Hawaiian Beef,
Flour, superfine ;
Flour, extra ;
Mackerel, in hlf bbls.,
Maokerel, in kits ;
Tapioca in tins,
Marshall's Superior Cnrrant Wine !
California Port Wine,
Roo&cg felt. Spirits turpentine.
Kerosene o:l. (Downer's),
Tar, Bright varnish.
China tiles, Painted pailfl,
Cedar palln. Lime,
Cement, Oars. . .
Paper HanginpfR I
Border and Window Shades,
Superior Kona CJoffieo.
FIRE BRICKS, COMMON BRICKS,
CEDAR BOARDS, REDWOOD BOARDS, SniNOLES
BLANK FRKIGIIT-BIL.L BOOKS,
Por tale by
4C-2.n v. m. irniTyrr.
II V II. M SKVKRANCR.
On THURSDAY, Dec. 1st f
At lO O'clock, A. M.. al Snlr Rwm.
W 111 be aoli :
Invoices Desirable Goods !
Woolen and cotton fT"o!, Blankets, Roota and ahoca.
Invoices Kerosene Lamps,
Invoices Cx-1 ocorios,
Received per IOLANI.
Solar chlmneya, Rox-a tob.icco. Hoop akirU,
Piece Enarn'-Iel Cloth, Oiran.l.ln. 5u-p lailjrrx, Paint.
Vry Good. Tea. Champagne. Kerosene O!!,
Wrapping I'aper, Matches, Cask of llamt, Flwr, Ac.
REAL ESTATE, LUO IA1!
TUESDAY, Nov. 29!
At 11 O'CIocU, A. M.. on the Irenale,
Vm be toll :
The rioue and I.t, containitijr S 1-8 acr, known at the
' AVlLtO, beiuK tli'S retideoce of Mr. Ruraard, tod
the entire furniture of the Home.
Also four acres of Kalo :ind Kula Land, at Kawaikl, near to
The bouse Is in (rood repair, contains drawing room, dlnlnc
room, bed rooms, store rooms, library , one long room 12x38 (Vet,
verandah on two side 10 feet wide, besides cook house, servant
house, large stabb (with carriage and harness room). Thw
whole land comprise Si acre, 21 acres of which, Is a flue gar
den containing aiout 160 peach tree, 60 manjeo trees, apple,
per. plum and other fruit trees. Orer 800 grape vine of dif
ferent variety, tome In full bearing. Also frum tree, acacias,
magnolias, Norfolk Island pines, variety of Uiie and orna
mental shrubbery. The land is enclosed by good clo feoot
and stone wall an 1 will be sold at I'i o'clock noon.
TERMS One half catih, balance on interest at 12 month
TUB FURNITURE I
Coexists of Drawing xoom, bed room, dining room and kitchen
furniture, books, bedding, carpeting, crockery, Ac. c, and
with the kalo land will be told, commencing at 11 o deck, fur
(Cr The premise are open to view at njr time preriout l
XT' Carriages will leave the talet room of the undersigned
at 10 o'clock, A. M. and will convey eronto the aale, making
several trips to' and from the premlsr. Lunch will also bw
provided, and the furniture sold can be delivered at Sale
Room free of expense to the purchaser the day following the
alc. II. W. SEVERANCE. Auctioneer.
To Periodical Subscribers !
NOTWITIISTAXDIXC THE INCREASE
in the price of American Magazines and Newspapers, at
well as of postage, I will continue to supply my subscriber
during 1865 ON THE SAME LOW TERMS AS II E&ETOFOKS,
which now barely cover expenses.
For prices, see periodical likt published in another part of
this paper or on the supplement.
443-"im II. M. WHITyKT.
MARSH FIELD HAY!
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBT
forms the public that he can furnish the Ueil
uirnie liny ul true utm per ivH
JAMES L. LEWIS,
ODD FELLOAY'S HALL, Fort Street.
Eeceived by the
33y tlio Ysxnlv3K'
CASES CARB.SOUA, COR STARCf
Golden Gate Extra i'lour,
i Gall, and
qts. plcklj AJ )
1 hams, v"!
Cal. Cream Cheese,
Cal. Clear Bacon,
Mince Meat, cases;
Asatd. Meats and Soups, canes;
Steamed oysters, cases;
Ppiced oysters, casep;
Vermicelli and Macaroni,
Huston pickled I
Cal. Mi anion potatoes, n
K-irrint) and Yeast powder,
Picnic, Soda .t Jenny Lind cakes
4 Oallon kegs pickles,
10 Gallon kegs cranberries.
Hilling's sugar cured hams.
Cases Cal. peachs, for table;
Cases Cal. pears, for table;
I Pi-ph annl,f In Ifn.i
Prunes, in glass;
Asstd. jams and Jellies.
Anstd. herbs and spices,
Mustard and saUvl oil.
Mushroom and walnut ketchup.
I3y tlae ZEverliarci.
ICURR A NTS. In ffltiaa f
Cases English pie fruit,
Jars Zante currants,
Cases I.nglish pickles.
leases cngusn vneeso, o aiacr-
Kegs crushed sugar, , .
1 & J Boxes new sardines,
Qr boxes Norwegian codfish,
Raisins, in glass;
Lemon peel, in gla.M:
i Itoxcs codfish,
Barrels pure cider vinegar,
Caves card matches,
Boxes dairy Bait,
1 lb Tins II. & B. oysters,
Half bbls family poik,
Qr bbls family pork.
Case cream tartar,
Case carb. soda,
Bags dairy salt,
1 Gall, jars pickles.
Case east lie soap,
P. & M. yeast powder.
For sale by
410 3m A.
The "SWEETMAN" PREMI?ES,n adjoining the
Natchee Premises, on Alakea street. Kent H per tnooth.
ncluding use of valley water on premises.
UK. UllAiS. JT. UUILLUU.
S-2oi South East corner Kaahumanu and Merchant 8U.
To tot "Grove Fariii.
AT XAWILI WIL.I. IShASU K
KAUAI, containing from 30O to 400 acre or besti
.(r,p LAnd. and about 600 acres of Pasture LandLB
The cane land and part of the pasture land ran be watered. It
ir situated within a mile of the Lihae Plantation Mill, and Ik
mile from the Landing Place. Roads excellent. There arethre
large enclosures for horses and cattle, and buildings sufficient foe
a large family, all in first rate order and repair.
Possession given Immediately, if required.
Terms low. Foe particular apply to
II. A. WIDEMAVN,
439-6 ' Or to HACKFELD & Co.
PIANO BEPAIBPG !
by trade a piano-maer, and having
had long experience in the manufac
ture of TIANOS, offer hi servlcei
for the repairing and tuning of pianos, and guarantees tati:
tlon to all entrusting their work to bim.
Orders left at Mr. Fischer's Cabinet Shop in Hotel St., wO
be promptly attended to.
4-6m AUGUSTUS KOCH.
Painkiller, Painkiller !
AN INVOICE OF PERRY DAVIS PAIN
KILLKK, Ju.t Received and for tale at ft 3 OO per
. GEO. C. McLEAN, Nauano 4.
Order from to other islands punctually aMeeded to.