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C. S. BARTOW.
.Auction of .1
WOODEN BUILDING AND PLAHK!
- - - - DECEMBER 31st.
.t rrci'-k. a. a..
On the " M'" "' "J"" Foundry
', t ft
lrsimo 1 5 it i ll i n I
Recently M-rcpie,' l M---rs. Fo-ter Co.
lat 0f SHIP'S PLAHK and TIMBER !
?j. table t'T Feneinif " ISrilrin Purpose.
And Ship Ilerk Ilou-el
Sale of Awa Licenses at Auction !
BT ORbKK Or
Hi, Eic-ellencr lnc Minister of Interior. I
.mi-nanee with I rH'refnms im ci m ukm
e.-l.- Arti-le-Jo th appcvwl the ImU day of
r;nM to Retail Ava for the District
of Honolulu, i
wa ' '" nrM. .
Oa loiulay, - - - Dec. :lt,
Ai 11 O'clock, noon. t th Kuocu t
C. S. BAUTOW.
THITRSDAY, - - - - JANUARY 3d, ;
At 1" 0'Cl.x k, A. M , ml Ktlra Koum, will t nUl
A VARIETY OF j
GOODS AND GROCERIES ! .
" ! W"v - - - - -------- - -- ,
Chinese Matting, 4-4 wide.
CHECKED AND WIHHL
OR Hl.r. VKRV I.OW TO CI.OSKCO.Y-
t 11 .mM..T.'i.
At MKI.CHI.K.- k C.,'.
roit tiii: II &.!! AYS!
A Large and Varied Assortment of
1'oys sinct FinioyAi'ticli's j
fhrWmas and Xpw War's Irr scnts ! i
B A XIIFORSUiK AT MOUCKATK PRICKS
A (huce lrti'n cf rhototfraph lllwmi.
La.1;' t'umiMuions, IMieoliM. N'rowtirM.
Faiw-j IVf lu, Chra .r.K ftc, &c
A FEW VERY SCFERIwR
Ui)' Side Saddle, Cridlr and Suddlr (loth,
Slltfr-pUlfd CandlrMlrls and Shadr,
IIb ( at l.la Iiib,
Soprriar Water fotlt-rs
....THE ASSORTMENT OF....
CHILDREN'S TOYS and DOLLS
la curtail? art-re-l and n prr-wntl one of the brut culk-ctiuns
.... n.-rvtl in fl.M.4ull
x ..- .
o HOLT ft HEI CK.
miir. P. RT ERMI II llt.lir.j'iriiur,
I . . .i - i ...... I i ti... .1 v iliilvrti bv 1
ai, uwl rnc-nt. All ooutawlinir .i-U arc t be ia4 1) Chung
3 km bo w.U coououe the buM. rrN .v
nnfwi'.olo, Sir. SO. 1VA- bl 3m ,
roi: s ou i.i:.si: !
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE in;sci.
1 n klrJ Toognes,
TIIK rDERSluEB OFFERS
fat tate w kue no toiatle Icrou the 1
Urre and f ramodina Stnae DitrlUs; and Prrmls
8 SiZftf'J ut halt ma fifif.
rrV koww is ia thonmh ii-ir. wiih erjr conrn:rnce i
Urge Ujcily awl NUt D'leil up a. a st.ir, ucng a irane.
Toyrtkrr with tmr
TUe Lund of IIIAXALOLE.
Ual rwi.tin f & mrr- O00.I Lan-1 an. a Stone Iwvline ia 1
tn raw rcpr awl abovt ib irm t'J. no pn'Oinc. Thrse I
mt propertica are oithin ii mile oC e:h other, and off-r great ,
ulucrnenu to purcnao-n.
For term a'y to I
(44 3m Kailua. Kona, Hawaii. I
Cotton lor Sale !
St'lTA RI.K FOR PACK INC SIIF.I.USA.XU
Cunomtlm. or lor I .lri.trry ajl l..nn sue n-s,
a toaaliliro lo Ntsit I'srriiaarra.
Wanted Sea Island Cotton, j
a the sci or ginw.1. t r which tle Lihrt ea.-h frire will be ;
uL l&iuCa) II. M. WHITNEY. '
FINE WRITING PAPER!
HE SCRKCRIKKR II AS I.ATEI.V RK-
crinj from lVmlou ail N-w iorii scleci iiivhos 01
Vnr Snperior AVritins I'apcw t
AlnUl ErrrssUj th'iA Murk'f, ir,dmitij
li:tti: k pait.U!
While Conrm. letter paper. rukI aol unruly I.
Blue letter paper, rulcl n.l onrulol.
Rlue official A. !. rule.1 with tn-irin.
Thin white !. Jo. ilo. U.
Thin while tlh do. plain.
Ytrj thin white fctti-r paper (fr Eanjan corrra.uilmce).
Water lined (liarred) b-tter.
Packet Pint, pUia, blue and white.
M niruin Irtt.T paer, rulnl and unru!rl.
Lidi-s Bath pat-r, wijite ail pink, ruled and plain.
' ;.i iaim:ks r
white Cap, ruled and uc.rul- .l.
Cue tai l cap, uurulr.1.
Hear legal cap, rul- .1.
Monrninir cap, unruled.
fb-v. Liik-Ii-.I., white an.l blue laid, plain, j
liiifi11 ty white commercial n.te, rulnl and unrule.1.
?1 O . . : . . I ... .......
vex uca.y Diae comiuenriai uote, .u., l.. v..
Thirk irory n. e, plain an I rok.l.
t'uiall bilh t puier, plain ami ruled.
Water lin-.d (barrrd ) note panr, Tariom site
Fancy elj;eil paper, plain.
Colored French fancy iier. j
'jJt .lie aiAe pajr.
M-jaognm note paper (with initial k-tti-r taniid on it.) j
jiisci:i.l,ani:oi s papkksi
"t hr-ia.1 while bi'J paper.
B-ie Wxig-dkl (narrow) hill paper.
Thin white anil Mue acrount current pafr.
Thin white arul blue acrount sa!r paper.
Flat cap, white, rubil arul plain.
Ileal jr white, ruleil and plain.
Medium, white, mlil and plain.
K'.jal white, ruled and plain.
CVure drawlnc paer. Tariotis niz-s.
Fanry pl ami iItt paprr, Tariotts patterns.,
ffofh titoe papers, of a'l cnlon, ery choice.
TrtoriB paper, for drawing plans of mai-hinery. c. j
Vrtluro tra.rinu cKh. dr drawing plans of machinery, ftc :
Krn(., P .r I of rarHittS sis s.
PerHiraud boar I. Crayon iar tr drawing j
Bn h-l paper.
Fruitinv news an I hook papr. 1
Printer's rards cf all tyl-, sues arl pattens. i
Printer's car I rxiard. f all colors- j
Hardware an-l Manila p-iI.i-J.
lirst Eneki Iaier. j
f'tl'ij Vtter-bnnk paper. j
bite and red Mottinc paper.
TtTPiher itatrr tber Lind f Taper la
test h-ary white :f-wal,n W-uer ruTrl.--.. j
BeH heary canary, bun' and straw W-ttrr enTehpes. 1
Opairne eolor-.l iote an.1 letter eoelope. j
Ail tit-t nt white note ensriopes. j
Frenrh obbiiic L.lie h-tter rnrrlopea.
Otilons; .neWH. ripen at the end. J
uroinr fc-tter, - ami oflicial enrelopea.
fesi heay white, bu!T an. canary official envelopes.
Fine white, half and blue cl jh cnrelope.
r lad a! f ,erj .,,rr .irtIte trHKr,a suiion- j
IJJy rj IJiif. i
-rViLi6w, F?aleby II. l. WIIITNEV. i
H. W. SEVERANCE.
Tin S:iliirl:iV ttvciiii.;;.
LARGE HOLIDAY SALE!
PRIOR TO NEW YEAR'S. 18C7.
Will h; at Sil. s K.H.m. at 7 O'cl ck. I. M.,
HK'iH As.-nKTMENT OF
Tojs, Fancy Irficlo, LailiW (I'ood-,
1 Very Fine Guitar,
1 Elegant French Clock,
Collars, Perfumery, Soaps,
. c, Ac, Ac, 4c, we.
II. V. SKVKIt.lXt K, Auctioneer.
U U 1 1.U JN
Rfaj Estate and Household Furnilure
WED NESD AY, JANUARY 2d, 1867,
At I'l O i l., k. A. M.,
At tli ri-siilfni-i- f Mr. Iiyin. Nnu iiiu KouI,
1177 U s'h'.I all the
KITI Rr f tbt ttuf. nd sniooL uooms,
On HuTi' ChiokiTinjj I'iuno For,
l't-l ai. liJ.i.g, l.uiiirr. Tables, Ctikira,
I One Uod Fnmilr C'ntrinur llorar. wilb New
j IImkZF mill llmrnrao.
j li 'it 12 O'i'lit'-k. Jionn.
I Ttie lrair.ille 14 fronting on Nuu irm Ft., oO fret rij nifinirig
j t the rtar JU ft,
j A Ielrahlr Luildini l.tit and (utta?r on thr same,
j All iu (,'"' orJcr ami condiiion.
1 TERMS Lll'.KIlAL.
Fr fartliT imrtirulrs npily to
It II. M'. fKVfcKAXCR. Aw-tlnnir.
FRENCH CLARET AND PALE SHERRY
F MI'tKlUK l 1,1 II. 1 V (I U II
Mi -im At MKLCIIF.RS it Co'rf.
ItlRllKUV M KIXS.on hnl.nntl
i5 "Jin For sri'ie at MKI.I IIKHs Co'.
pl'T('IIKRKMVi:s, JACK KMVKS,
j M M TaIiIt Knive aimI F'rk, Thicket Knives,
j lmhle ll irT'l Ki.wlir.c l"i.-crt. Ih.tr Chains,
I Shut, French Nn.H, l-a.l Tii. Fm inir W irp, tie
; ilti Sn. At ML LCI IF-IIS k Co.'.
I ., ...... i
j FOR SALE.
i " 1 " '
rL.tt'K AMI Rl.f'K ICUOAIK'I.OTII,
3 Hick'irjf wri-. I-rim
Chn-knl CulMn, I'ar.l.il.i.n iinir.
Turk.-y ! htmI Vrlloir rrint..
rilk Har-pe. 1:1 u-k S Ik Vclret,
l:iack Silk Hat K.Mx.na.
liii lf.'M Lmrn, Buntinp,
?ilk Yi-lvrt Ki.rn. Mark aihl c.l..r.li
4"ii:.n Thn-.i'l in bulls, V.irlrI K-wliiiff,
P.lk I'lMh rthini, ..l:ii l:Uitkcts, Woiih ii Ciimfortirs
llurlal'.', t ic., vie.
WJ -lm At MF.I.CIIEU3 ft Co.'.
! iiiot nrnrhicn nrn "oniitT i"
UUU I IlkUkllLU I kll wUitlU I
pt()ll'K CALIFORNIA POTATOES.
Orrn A-ph-s, Ori--on DrictI Anilet,
California I'rU.I IVaclies, lhaiiii.y, Oatmr-iL,
Iluckarheat Flour, K.g I'.ckk-, t.ht I'raa,
Fnnwii'i Freh Oyster.
K. I. ft Co.'s 0 !t.-r,
F-oiwI.Oj sti rs, 1 auU 2 II. tiiu;
Calif. rnia nort-.-.l Table Fruitt,
j Ca Hhrrkinn, ts. half rails, an.1 gallons;
1 Curry, Tabl Salt ,
j I'rrsenre.l Citr-i,
I Oiwrgr, Corn ?'arch,
j Ikrmu la Arr.iwroot,
I Frmh (iroun.I Page,
Table Prunes, 23 cents per kuiI ;
, Ca!i(mia Hams anJ ltacon. Leaf Larl. llillinj;'i Hams,
c cream checw,
Amlerson's Mace, Wili Tobacco, choic;
rprsh ji,,,., fr Mle ,r poun.1;
Fresh ilinger, for sale jier pound;
New Cal. Hops, extra;
j Marearoni an.l Vermicelli,
I Kmirst Fnmily. Flour.
J Ooldrn Galr liakrr'a Kxlrn.
j California G rn 1 tb pa.-kp. s of Prunes.
j Tins Soda, Wine, Milk, Water, l'iinic and
j Jfiiny Lind Cakfs,
Tins Culif'irnia JumMi-s,
Vl On Ha nl!
nnsT emeu vin'kcau iolaxi.
rui:ir Cun.l Hams,
Kitts Tonmu-s and Smr.l
Kins N.. 1 Maoki-r. I,
Kilts Halibut Fins,
Hot Oregon Sitliuoii nt Itctail.
Mtckerrl, Halibut Fins,
Tongvrs and Sounds, on lit tail.
Ri-st Malaga iJiyr JUisitis,
IV-st l'.ui;lirh Vim'frar in bottl.-s,
IViuble Vanille Choc .lute.
I Japan Tra,
Orange P koe Tea,
P.nk. t T-a,
Charcoal, lNUi j..hn,
W'ator F.u.-k.H. I.mip (. luinii'-ys.
Ko.t Polar Oil.
Ilrooms, asortod six.";
FRESH IIRKAII K V E R V l A V !
Fill--H GINliER liRKAP.
C.INtiER ?XAP. FUI--H JI SIBLKS.
CaVfd Hams on retail;
Ham UaLrd to Ordrr,
Order fur fair sollrltf d,
iULrd tu Ordrr.
Fresh TIread delivered lo Order to any
I part of the City. Nuuanu Valley r Waikiki.
Ordir rt.ip':lj'dig sirU.d and j.nnny d'-iUlol
Uy lrCANII.KS A. Co..
M, -t Corner F. rt an I Kin? Pis., II-n-lulu.
Ami For SaL- by tho I'licraiiriKd
'MI.KS FOR SETTING SCO Ul KKTTI.KS,
' H UU KrELK A C...
Anil For Sale by tlio Uii'lrincJ
IKVt'K WIRE. No. 1. .
Su 4i H. 11 tCKFELft 4 Co.
An.l For Sale by the lindersig-ned
nF.AVV NEW OAK 111 UKCI.S, Suitable
fi.r i .l.t. Currier.
II. IIACKFH.ll it Co.
AM) Foil SALK BY TIIK UNDEKSH'NED,
lOOO lian ols Snlmoii!
"4V arran'.-u fresh and in g"xl order.
6JJ lm II. HACKFEI.D & Co.
4 N ASMIKTMKXT F DIFFERENT cIZE.
F'.r i. !e t.y
C. UKLVt Ell i Co.
riuvo orniK ntT patterns of
M li'.re 1'oacr M n-hine..
'An F'irsalebw r. BREWER Co.
I.IOR AM I'AINTIVt; EXPOSED TO THE
w-ailx-r and .un NuTill.NU KtL'ALd iu uurahility and
6'iQ 2m SoLtby C. BREWER ft Co.
A MEKICAN TAIJI.E S I.T.
at A Cases Pr- M-rvid Mr.i IVi l.i:i.'i.-h I'ie FruiL",
Ca-ies Liil:h l'iekl-s.
Larrels liairy alt, Ca."es Lemon Syrup,
Cases Chennral Hiiro Ja.,
Hrgi Cru.hed ir.
1.50 2m For Sale i.y C. RIIEW Lit ft Co.
XI'R ESS v A c; o .vs.
1.1 Liirht lliiiiness Wapotis, Concord Wagons,
IIay Butcher Waifons.
6rK iin For Sale by C. F.RKWEK ft Co.
riOOKIV; RANGERS. NEW
k. vonte patterns.
050 'Jm For Sale by C. BREWER c Co.
TO PLANTERS AND SUGAR B0ILERS
i ACCII A ROM ETERS. MICROSCOPES.
MKT A I. THERMOMETERS, X FEET LO.U.
2iO IROy COOLERS, 7 f -i t by 4J feet.
LOVISIAXJ CA.VE Ryil'ES.
650 2m ForSak-by C. BREWER 4- Co.
nnR S I.E It V
P UM 5t
C. BREWER ft Co.
O yd IIOCR.SIIAV AM) 3 DAT CLOCKS,
Fancy and plain eam.
00U im For sale by
C. BREWER ft Co.
And lA.U CARTS.
&50 2m For Pale by C. BREWER ft Co.
imiwxeu's kfuoskm: oil.
ITIOR SILK BY
1 t,M -Jm
C. BREWER ft Co.
4 .MEKICAN OENT'S SADDLES.
ALso, .; SAUULES.
Vi r Sale by C. BREWER ft Co.
BARRELS ROSENOALE CEMENT.
MSt HAUKEI.S TOHTI.jyiJ LEME.VT.
For Sale b-
C. BREWER Co.
10C0 Earrels of the following
I)cfrirnlIc Stui Iclinr .llntcrials !
N H AND AND FOR SALE ItV TIIK L'X-
iOO JJarn ls IS'-st Jlnsci.d'de Crmftd.
Ji'irni.i lit. it (:nundt (tnieid.
lo'l ;. . I'ortUlttd Cr 111 fid.
iJDit IJarrilx Frsh California Lint.
The aM.ve CKM ENT an 1 I.I M L are iirlicuiarlr recnuimended.
Iwiiiit of Urt 11 utility, and will be sold at f RILES MUCH
LOWER limn ever offend lu re.
500 am vosIIOLT ft IIECCK.
ONLY FOUR LEFT!
OAviiijr IMachincs !
TEAT. SIMP l"k. E P F ECT 1 V E, WILL
1 do any kind of wore with strong stitch.
TIIK WILLIAMS ft ORVIS MACHINE,
It has c'en i-erfect saiifaclioii iu every iuntauce.
The manufacture of this machine Ins been stopped by an
iiij.inetion pram- d by t I'. S. Court .11 favor of tirover ft Bsker,
wh'xe iiient was alleged to be infringed and no more will be
brou.L'ht here lor sle.
A (iood Sewnis: Machine for 10.
550 2m Apply "n to C. BREWER ft Co.
i OTIC 12.
CONSULATE OF PRrSsTA, 1
Honolulu, Oec. li'h, ISflfl. i
4 LL PERSONS II VINO CLAIMS AGAINST
j. the eitale of OKollOK V E.STEL, deceased, late of
Makawao. Maui, are hereby reiuesl-d to present them to the
uii.lersiL'ii.il. and all thom who are indebted tu (he estate to
make uuiuediatc payment.
F. A. SC1IAEFER,
651 lm Administrator to the estaie or Oeo. Wentaet.
NEW STOCK OF JEWELRY !
fust IScccivi'il from .A civ Vork
AND FOIl SALE BY
13. 1ST. IT lit
Consisting in part of
-eri FIN'K AMERICAN' M A N I" F CT I R I NO
V.iS. Company's Watches, full jewelled, chronometer
7-. '.H balance.
W '..' -ilv T do. do. do.; Ladies Uold Watches.
SPI.r.IHI SKITS OF JFAm.UY !
Coniting uf Viarl, Enttturttil, Jrtt, Curtil and Cantto.
LadieV and ticiitlenieir Chatelaine aud Ou.irJ Chains.
Splendid Bins nt all descriptions,
splendid Earinirs of all descriptions.
Splendid Bracelets of all ilescriptions.
Ot.ild M mntcl India Rubber Vest Chains,
L'vkct and Seal Uins,
Cold Thimbles and Watch Keys,
O ld Sleeve Buttons and 5tu.I,
o.I Crosses, Gold Pencils and Pens.
Monogram Pearl Sleeve Buttons and Studs.
Silver Napkin Kinps,
Silver Setts, Knife, Fork and Simoon.
Silver Fifh and Pie Knives,
Silver tiobleis and Cups,
Silver Sardine Forks,
Silver ButtT Knives.
Silver Fruit Knives.
Silver Sujnr, Salt and Mustard Spoons.
Silver Sugar Toners.
A.V1J J LARUE I ARIETT OF SLWDRIES,
Offering a fine opi.rtunity f.r
Tersons desiring- Presents for the Holidays,
Ileasc Call rind Examine.
Vj TH AT l ESI R A RLE SC RCRR AN COT-
c- y lute c 'titiiruous to l!ie rei lei.oe of J..hn Montgomery,
.teL E-. Apply to (51lm) A. s. CI.Li.ll.iKN.
v o 11 s a ii 1: !
Real Estate in Unuanu Valley.
COTTAOE RESIDENCE IN THE
Valley. l' minutes walk from the Post otlioc. JsKi
.i.-A, T r""'i. outi.inl.tii,c. etc., just the huuse for a
ib.wniowu business man.
Oor of the Finest Iluihling !.nt In the Yallry !
Graded and improve.!, with rear buil lii:gs upon the same.
Piano. Guitar Harmonium,
llorse and Carriage, etc.
F r term, apply ta J. V.". At'STIN, E.., it .u the Premises,
j.ist above the first bridge, left side, makai t,f Capt. Ib-rriU's
I residence. &- lm
Tax Collector's Notice.
! rilAX PAVER IN THE DISTRICT OF'
I M. ItoNoLl l.l , Ijlai.d of Outiu. are h. r- by notiti-d that
the an.leriii.11cd h is oiii' 1 bis ..Ib.-r for the Cot. LECTION OF
TAXES, in he - Aienui." Marine sir.-et. opposite the lloine
lulu iron i-k ; a. id in cot.f.rmay with ;--c. iOo of the Civil
Cle. all persons lial !e to taxation In this di-trul are hereby
I rvii'i'red to make itnii.iliate pavment of the same.
iai.-e c-jien every Jl -iiilav, t-lnr-iav an.l .-s:tiniay, in m
9 A. to4 r. M. GEO. II. LI CE,
oiM iA. Tax Collector, Honolulu. '
noti:s or Tin: yvi:ik.
Masii.VC 1 IV Ai.. Tlllil-. 1.1T hist. Ibveluber 127.
was Sjhil Jul.u's 1 1;
v. l.u .1 is
ob-si-rvi-J l.v tl.o
M t-miic I"r.tt.-r:ii: . all int-r l:.i- wurltl. a" 1 I V
tivul an ca-i"ii l'.r .M,i il r liiiioiss sum a t.-;ii-i'.ir.-.'ii.'
hi ll.c I'ii-.i-iiri -: id' l!i- tali'.c.
'J'hi M.t.-.iuic (ii Ji-r is ijuilc ii;i;mT..ii- oil tlio i.-I-am!-,
ai.'l e.vt-i 1 i.t-s an i::il.i-rn.i- i-r .icl n.t only
aiii'.n n-?i.':il, but aiuun the s.-a i".ir.-rs wlm f ri:n
linn- 10 tim vi-it Ui!.-" jiid't. II luaiiau I.inio N'.i.
21. I'. A A. M.. s.:l..r,liiiat.- to t!if tiran-l I. .!.'c i.f
C.ilitoruia. oil Thiirnlay eviTiin l.u-t. m.-t at tin
I.o.lf K.inin ia M.iki''s lil.icV. Lca tin t.flkvrs
! f.r tlic fnui.i year wen1 in-Uil!.-.! by 1. M. -S. C.
All.-n. a- fallows: C. .-r. Lai t..v. V. M. ; A.l'.JuJl.
S. W. ; II Ki'iuiii. J. W. ; W. K. Si al. Secretary ; J.
1). Wicke, Treasurer: C. T. tiulii-k. S. P.; J. Nb-ll.
J. D-; 11 M. W..1..I. S. S. : W. (itahani. J. S. ; C.
(..ray. Tyler. Alter the in-ta'.laiion. tie' iuein!er.
together with tliuse i.f Lo.le Le I't'iigres ile I'Ooe
anie, ami vi.-i;ii;g breihreii specially i;n iied to be
pl'e.-eut, pit'ceeile.l to llie l'ublio Hall, where a
sumptuous repa.-t had been provided, under the
supervision of Mr. Horn. The following were the
. regular toasts tilt the occasion :
1 I. The Crand Lodge of Calif.. niia our pareut
. body. Ue-Jioaded to by 1'. M. W. F. Allelt.
j 2. Our sister Lmlge, Le l'rores de rOct'auie.aud
: iu jiarent body, the tirand Orient of France. IJes-
! ponded to by 1 M. 11. A. 1 Carter.
j 3. The Sla-ioiiii; Fraiernity, hoe charities are
I world-w ide. Kesponded to iy brother A. F. Jud.l.
j -1. His Maje.-ty Kaiiichaiiieha V. (.i iii iuber of
the Older.) Kespolided to by lirotlier J. Mollto;olil-
3. Absent brothers. Responded to by Brother
J. A. Hassiiijrer.
C. The Master and Oflijers Elect. Responded to
by llrother W. K. Seal.
A number of impromptu toa.-U wore propust'il.
anions which teie "Sweethearts and wives;
The bachelors of the Fraternity ; ' The married
men of the Fraternity ; interspersed w ith appro
priate speeches and songs, front brethren who came
from Knslaiid. Scotland. Ireland. America and Ger
many, and after a very plcu-aut eveiiinjr, the as
sembly dispersed at the hour of twelve, singing, us
a fitting wind-up. the tim. "-honored song of "Auld
Lang Syne.' Hawaiian Lodge has forty-three
members on its roll, quite a number having been
added during the past year. It has a very hand
some amount in its treasury. and is in a prosperous
Hon-: Dlki:ui;ki. We again go to press, for the
fourth week without any fresh news or later
American mail to announce, our latest date from
San Francisco being the latii of November. We
shall surely have an arrival 011 the loth of January,
when the t'ihrado w ill be due, and after that nt
least a mail once a mouth. With the increase
of packets running to San Francisco, there seems
to be more inlrequeney in the mails. The Haw aiian
Line has four packets, the Regular Pispatch tUrte.
Hackfeld's Line fmir more, making tlccen packets
plying regularly between here and San Francisco,
or more correctly speaking, irregularly. We sup
pose the LtTnift- to be at least four weeks out
to-day, and the ti-Jdm Hrr-c and Smirii'mte nearly
as long. As they have the wind dead ahead, there
is no telling when they may arrive, though huurly
Noteworthy. A few days since, a cartman
was driving through one of the avenues, with a
heavy load which had become shifted aft, so as to
raise the shafts, threatening to upset cart, horse
and driver. The nuimal sought to extricate him
self from the dilemna. by kicking most furiously,
while the driver appeared 11.m-plus.sed and at a
loss wbt to do. At this juncture, the consul
general of Clreat Britain, who happened to be
riding past, seeing the fix the man was in, jumped
from his horse, lent a helping hand, and succeeded
in platting the cart all right. Such an act speaks
volumes in praise of the 11 'w representative of
that Government, and more than scores of official
credentials could do. lie w'jo is not above help
ing his neighbor out of trouble or j'dik-iu. as the
natives say is worthy ot the highest official trust
Scared Celestials. A few nights ago, a China
man w ho had been " plucked" in one of the gam
bling dens of his conn try men. gave information to
the police of the locality of the house aud the
hour at which the game wouhl be going on. The
Sheritl", Mr. Dayton, proceeded to the place, but
before he could enter, a coolie who it seems was
on the watch outside, gave a signal understood at
once by the players, and an i:nmediate skedaddle
of some twenty or thirty ferril ly scared Celestials
took place. The vice of gambling is a prevalent
one among the coolies, and is very demoralizing in
Axxexatiov. An absurd rr.mor has somehow
become current among the natives, to the effect that
Brigham Young has iu view the annexation of
Hawaii nei to the government of Utah. They eay
the saintly President of that unique semi-republic
pretended Theocracy, has a deep-laid plan, by
which he expects to obtain the supreme control of
these Islands, and that the establishment of the
mission at Laie on this Island is the initiatory
movement. However absurd this may sound, it is
none the less true that some of the natives believe
it. and profess to get their information from native
converts to the mormon faith. - Brother Brigham '
is however far too shrewd to burn his fingers in
any such speculation, and the rumor may be set
down as groundless.
sZr- Tin: Royal Party left Ililo on Thursday
of last week, ill the schooner 0id lUoir, touched
at Keauhoii on Fiiday and Saturday, and arrived
at Kailua on Monday last, having had a pleasant
passage with fine w eather. His M-ijesty the King
and all the party were in excellent health, and will
probably return to Honolulu in the Steamer to day
or next week.
ABkai rin i. View On Saturday afternoon last,
we were on Diamond Head, and enjoyed a view
not often seen. The atmosphere was as clear as
crystal and the perfect outlines of Molokai. East and
West Maui and Lauai were pictured on the sky
w ithoiit a cloud resting over them. Thatofllale
akala was particularly clear ami beautiful. Even
the w hite seashore of Molokai could be discerned j
to the very western-most point. It is a sight seen '
only once in years. j
What's in a Name ? The other day in the Police j
Court. Oliver Cromwell was arraigned aud found j
guilty of stealing a pair of pants, and sent over to j
orison for six months at hard labor. His onlv i
1 - 1
defense was that he was drunk ut the time, and j
didn't know what he was about. It is to be hoped j
that he is not a descendant of the great Roundhead '
w hose name he bears. If he is. he must have de- .
scended a great way.
Sailor's limit:. This establishment, under the 1
management of Mrs. Crabb. is a deservedly popu- j
lar boarding house. We hear that it is proposed .
to repaint and paper the rooms on the lower floor. 1
Any friends who feel inclined can contribute to
wards the expense, either iu money or materials. j
The Cami:i:ii;e sailed on Tuesday at 12 o'clock, !
being towed to sea by the l't!e. In less than an
hour she was out of sight beyond Diamond Head. !
with a strong westerly breeze, and will doubtless
make a good pas-age. We give her 12 days. j
Special Term. The Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court, has ordered a ip'-rial Term to be
hidden of the circuit court for Hawaii, at Wairnoa,
on the "t!i of February, next, when the two natives
accused 1 f the murder of Henry Clark at South
Komi. Hawaii, will bo arraigned f r trial.
):i our first page is -a lively article from
Maui, and on our la-t page Mark Twain indulges
in a dream on the brink ot the precipice of Kilauca.
A II vj'vy Nnv Yek ! lielore the next i--ue id
our journal, p.u.r old l'.ii will have p.is.-ed away.
, with all its fa'-.hs and failings, leaving behind its
g 1 and bad memories. To our patrons, one ami
all. we wi.-h a Hm-i-y Stw. Year, and that Mi7
may brin z to then all the ble-sii.gs t f health. C"in-I'-rt
and pr. speii;y. S..i.:e Low. when we arrhe
at the e:ul of the year, whose three hundred and
sixty-five days we have i.r.ted and counted one by
one. we fe.-l as if we were parting with an old
liiend. one win m. indeed, we shall never meet
again. The season is peculiarly suggestive of sober
thoughts. It is the time adapted iu business cir
cles tor a general seltler;ent of accounts and the
balancing of books, and an appropriate titue to
make good resolve.- for the incoming year pro
vided they are stuck to. Next Tuesday, look out
for num. Tons people, with Mispi.'Ious looking pieces
of paper going -bout town, w h"u h said papers they
distribute to vnrious parties they meet by chance
of course apparently gratuitously. All honest
bills should be paid at once, so as lo start lit the
new year with ledger b'tlancid and old scores
w iped off.
CmuTsimas was observed in Honolulu this year.
1 w ith more marked intention than ever before. The
'. inclination to celebrate this Christian holiday is
; becoming more and more prevalent here, as our
foreign population increases, made up as it is of
many from the nationalities of the old w orld. And
! it is well that it should be so. The old associa
: lions that t lir.g about the memories of those who
; have spent many a Merry Christinas " in other
I and far distant lands the making of presents the
cheerful expression of good wishes ihe social
feast the tree," so fruitfully hung with presents
for young and old all these were felt, gee 11 and
enjoyed last Tuesday. At the Roman Catholic
Church on the previous evening, the usual service
of high mass was performed at midnight, and the
building and spire were finely illuminated. The
Reformed Catholic Church building oa Emma
street, was also illuminated, and special service
New Gas Works. We understand that the man
ufacture of gas will soon be recommenced in this
city, under the auspices of a company headed by
Win. L. Green. Thus. Hughes and others, the old
g is works having been purchased for this object.
The new company pays SI.OtK) for the works, und
as the outlay, necessary for commencing operations,
will not bo large, it is probable that the manufac
ture of gas w ill commence iu January. The gas
will be produced by a cheaper method than that
formerly resorted to. and the company hope to
furnish it to consumers at the rate of five or six
dollars per thousand feet, which is only about half
the price charged formerly. The new company
w ill profit by the experience ff the old one, and
will, we trust, be able to furnish a better and
cheaper light than any now used, so us to bring
gas into general use for stores and residents.
Woman's Ricuts. The lecture on Thursday
evening in the Fort street church, by Mrs. A. W.
Allen, was well attended, and was a production
quite up to the standard of w hat might be expected
from a lady ot Mrs. W"s known ability and talent.
She took the broad ground that women should be
given equal educational advantages w ith men, und
should be allowel to fill any position in hociety or
governmeift for which they proved themselves fit
ted. In other words she advocated " woman's
right's " social and political. In concluding her
lecture, she made the pertinent observation that
has iu other words, been put forth by poet that
woman was created last of all the other works of
God, leaving the natural influence to follow that
she was the best. "Heaven's last, best gift to
111:111," says one poet, and Burns has it, speaking of
Her 'prentice han' 6he tried on man,
An' Uicn the made ihe lasses."
jTCt In one of our Eastern exchanges, we find
the following notice ol the church lately erected
in Lawrence. Mass.. for the Kev. Win. F. Snow, son
of the late Captain Snow of this city. The arrange
ment of the church, as described, is one which
might be advantageously copied in erecting new
church edifices at these islands, where economy
and large space are sought to be combined :
A Convenient Brii.uiNO. The Eliot Congrega
tional churi-h in Law rence, Mass., has erected a
very neat and unique house 'of worship, at an ex
pense of about S.'Jo.ooo. It is cruciform, the desk
being at the head of the cross, and far enough
forward for the people iu the transepts to see and
hear und see the preacher with ease. The tran
septs may be shut oil" from the main part of the
auditorium b sliding doors. One of them has
seats with reversible backs, used lor prayer meet
ings, and other social religious purposes. During
the Sabbath services, the three rooms are made
one, but are very easily separated to accommodate
the different departments of the Sabbath school.
Don't be Alarmed. The Chief Engineer of the
Fire Department requests us to state that the new
bell, on Engine Company No. 4's house, will be
rung this afternoon at quarter before five o'clock,
for the purpose of trial. This bell was made ex
pressly for one of the best fire companies of Sun
Francisco, but its use was dispensed with on the
introduction of the alarm telegraph, which is now
in operation in that city. It is hung on a new
principle the bell does not revolve, and the tongue
only moves. It is thought to be one of the finest
toned and best bells of its size ever brought to the
Fair at Makawao. The friends of the Makawao
Female Boarding School held a fair on Wednesday,
the 19th inst., to raise funds for that institution.
The proceeds amounted to over Stoo. no small por
tion ot which was contributed by natives, who took
a great interest in the enterprise, and helped it
along very much. It ts the first occasion where
they have assisted to any extent in a thing of the
kind. We are happy to notice increased attention
paid to the cause of education, on whicfceo much
of the future of these Islands depends.
Jiif By a card in to-day's paper, it will be seen
that Mr. Jas. E. Chapman has opened a store on
Fort street, next door above M'Candless & Co.,
where a new and select assortment of goods can be
found. In years gone by, Mr. C. stood at the head
of his branch of business, and though out of the
service for some time past, has not forgotton what
the Honolulu trade requires or how to serve his
customers to their perfect satisfaction.
Fisiiixo Enterprise. We hear it rumored that a
party from California is about leasing extensive
fishing rights in the neighborhood of Honolulu,
and that they intend building fishing boats on the
plan pursued in the I'nited States, and other coun
tries with a well in the hold, so as to bring the fish
to market alive and fresh. This will prove a great
convenience to families, and perhaps tend to cheap
en the price of fish.
Goino. Goino, Gone! The last chance for ob
taining holiday presents for this year, will occur
this evening. Don't forget it. at Severance's.
Cheap for Cash."
For San Frani-isi o. The bark .1. 1. Eldrid-je
and schooner F-rnori are loading for the above
port, and promise to get olf next Wednesday or
Towed Oct Since the southerly wind set in on
Sunday, the coasters for the other islands have
been compelled to employ the Pt'.e in order to
leave port, as have the whalers and merchantmen.
Fire. A small native hut, located near the falls
at Waikahalulu. took fire on Sunday last, about 10
o'clock a. m.. and w as totally consumed.
Srs?rrr Cox." S. Cox. recently of Ohio, has
been chosen M. C., from New York city. Cox, com
monly called " Sunset," wa a member cf Ihe Thirty
sixth, Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth Congresses
from Ohio, but was beaten last year when a candi
date for the fourth tune. Defeated at home, he emi
grated to New York, lived at a hotel, became a
candid ito from ths Fourth District on what was
called the McKeon ticket, having been slaughtered
in Tammany Hall, an 1 behol 1 ! he succeeded. The
New York .Vcir.t designates him as a recent acqui
s' titn to our population."
The la prr MoluUni.
T't'l: i.'!.: i.' .;' '. 'oiioo' ifi! .!( r: r :
S;i; : One of those str..nge scenes, w Lich show .
how petty and mean are all the doings of this life,
s-riirk r.ie on my lat trip to the leprosy village of '
Moloka":. Indeed tie beautif'il and picturesque
iew presented by the perpendicular ro.'k that siir- j
rounds the place this awful precipice of from two j
K five thousand feet ill height was truly grand,
and the perfect quietness of that isolated spot gave
deepness to the illipres.-iolK received Oil Inv vi-it.
ll would indeed be a til paradise in which these
poor sick w reu hes, stamped forever by a fatal des
tiny, might end the ret of their days in peace,
though banished far from home, friends and kin
dred. Not i nly d natives, but human cupidity
seel a to persecute ti.ein.
The condition of these poor and unhappy w retches
does not seem to be too low a subject for the most
selfish intrigues and speculations.
Interested by thesiudy of that disease which has
ufflicted inanhind for so many centuries. 1 descend
ed the nearly perpendicular pn'i, to witness the
lepers, accompanied by Mr. Myers of Molokai. and
Mr. King, the photographer of Luhaina. who wore
anxious to share with me the fatigues and pleas
ures of the trip.
But how was I disappointed, and what terrible
lesson had I yet to learn of human infamy, and of
ficial neglect! How indignant was I when I heard
the cries of the emaciated aud ghastly inhabitants;
of this place, like the w ailing of damned souls in
hopeless hate, iu the hell of the divine poet Bante.
crjing aloud. " FU'd. h:. i ir ai. aiJe 01'" Their
forms still seem before me, asking God as well as
the Government, "what they have done to deserve
such a punishment ?"
It is true that Mr. Louis, the superintendent of
the place, w rote to the Board of Health tit Hono
lulu for provisions. The answer came back, Let
them work." Y"es! Let them be driven out of
human society, and be compelled to work ! Let
them work with their sore limbs and swollen toes,
while exposed by every change of temperature to
the most painful exacerbations of the disease. Let
them work, so that w e may have our share of the
products of their labor.
The Board of Health could hardly avoid sending
a barrel of salt beet ; (fresh meat is here a sight
good for sore eyes;) but it snult so horribly, that
only a famine could persuade these poor wretches
to eat it.
For the benefit of humanity, please to publish
this letter. Sic iti it Al) Aril K A.
To the. Editor of the Commercial Advertiser :
Dear Siu: My attention was draw n to an arti
cle in the Daily Hawaiian Herald of the 21Hh No
vember, a small sheet published in your city. The
article was headed Oflicial Interference in Private
Contracts ;" and goes on to state that Capt. Davis,
ot bark Georijf, had entered into contract with
natives, given bonds, Ac, and in fact completed
all arrangements, when in eteps Mr. Rufus A.
Lyman, and nulliiios all proceedings. Not so ; Mr.
L. came into my office just as Capt. Davis was ship
ping the men. and as they were not being shipped
on such advantageous terms as the day previous,
he, Mr. L., demurred, and as his consent has to be
obtained before any kanakas can be shipped, per
haps he has a right to interfere. He at all events
did it with the purest of motives, to advance the
interests of the natives, and all honor is due to
him for it. I think I may say that all the venom
that little publication may send forth will not in
the slightest detract from the honor of our respect
ed Mr. Lyman. I hope at the same time that the
gentlemen of the Daily Hawaiian Herald do not
belong to a class of men that would ride roughshod
over the ghostly remnant of a once numerous and
contented race. In conclusion, I beg to state that
bonds are never completed until a day or two
after the men are shipped.
I remain, Dear Sir, rcspecttully,
Jaues C. Mills,
Shipping Agent for Native Seamen.
Ililo Hawaii. Dec lfcth ISfiG.
LATE FOREIGN ITEMS!
Tbcre is a town in Maine, which doe not contain
a lawyer, a doctor, or a minister, and its name is
Mrs. Burdell Cunningham was lost on the Even
George Sanders is in Paris, an J talks of going to
Last year the people of England paid to religious
institutions $,2,800,000, and the tax on spirits paid
to the Government amounted to $70,000,000.
The practical printers of Richmond are about to
organize a temperance society, for the special benefit
of their own fraternity. A good move.
The crop of Indian corn for the United States for
the year 1S66 has been estimated at the enormous
amount of 1.039.000,000 bushels.
Cheap. Ten dollars will buy a broadcloth coat,
eight dollars a travelling suit, and thirty-two cents a
pair of kid gloves iu London.
Biildino in Pobtland, Maine It is estimated
that about seven hundred buildings, of various
descriptions, are now in process of erection in this
Sensidle. An advertisement in the Birmingham
(England) Post reads: "A lady, unable to get
daily teaching, desires daily cooking, washing, aud
The number of known eucides in England in 18C4
' was 1,340. In the seven years 18-jO C4 it has
j averaged sixty-six in every million of population.
j The following advertisement appears in the Boston
; papers of October 18th :
i " Married. In this city, 17tb inst.. by the Right
. Rev. Bishop Eastlorn, Hun. Charles Sumner to Mrs.
! Alice Cooper, daughter of Jonathan Mason, lis q ,
George Peabody has given f"),0rK) 'n Harvard,
i for the formation and ruaintenane- . : .. .
i Professorship of American A-
logy. The trustees arc Robci. '' .i ;
Francis Adams, Francis Pcubody, i
Asa Gray, Jeffries Wymau, auJ -
I A Mississippi paper tells of some Southern girls
who planted, cultivated and picked a bale of cotton,
and tent to market the first new cotton of the season,
for which they received I7 1-2 ceoti K;r pound.
Sensible girls !
Babel. At one time during the present season
there were congregated at the springs at Pau, 305
Koglisb, 62 Americans, ICC French, b0 Germans, 26
Ilussians, 25 Dutchmen, 15 Poles, 12 Spaniard's, 10
Swiss, 'J Belgians, 5 Swedes, 3 Austrians, and 3
MixiMi-M cf Accidents. Out of 220,000,000 of
passengers on British railways during the year 1865,
only fifteen were killed b? accidents. Still, who
would wish to he the mortal fifteen ? or even the
fifteenth part thereof?
A negro woman passing the Stacey House, at
Nashville, with a rough coffin on her head, was acSed
what it was for, replied. For my ole man."
' Why don't you get some man to carry it for you ? "
said a bystander. Pore folks has to tote their own
coffins dese days," said the woman, and hurried on.
An artificial ivory is made in France by M. Dapre.
from a paste of papier-mache and gelatine. Billiard
balls of this material can be thrown from the top of
a house to the pavement without injury. "Pari
sian " marble is the name given to it.
The Newark (New Jersey) Courier thns advertises
a poetic contribution : The contributor who sends
us a poem entitled 4 The Girls of Bloomingdale, is
requested to take it away, and no questions will be
An Australian and China packet lately arrived at
Southampton, England, with a cargo of 1.C0S bales
and cases of silk, valued at nearly 5800,000, together
with eighty-four boxrs of specie and precious stones,
valued at 53,500.000.
A keg of yeast exploded in an express office at
Freeport. Illinois, recently, hurling a forty pound
bar of iron, lying upon it, through the ceiling above
into a crate cf crockery, to the great detriment of
A young man in New York, named G. W. Steven
son, recently came into the possession of 550.000 by
the death of cf a relative, but he has lost it all. He
fought several battles with the tiger," and wa3
A colored woman was recently delivered of four
fine boys, not far from Columbus, Miss. An ardent
admirer of freedom and white bretherenof the North,
Fhc has named them respectively Abraham Lincoln,
William II. Seward, IKury Ward Bcecbtr and Hor
Ai.ik: Th reeuil. lance Let wecu Andrew Ji lui--on
ni. I John Tyler is gating strong! r ev-ry day.
The Batne sy-ictn of unixrrsal cheatrry ly Acci lency ;
the same gathering of corrupt I'ltlicians at l nsh
irgton ; the same rewards to adventurer wi'hout
intlience or character, and th si roe open expres
sion of contempt for the man who consents, lo be
alternately flittered and fooled.
The father cf eleven daughtrrw Waa lately com
plaining that he found it hard to live. ' You must
husband your time," sai 1 another, aud then you
will do well enough." "I coul 1 do much lltrr."
was the reply. " If I could husband roy daughters."
A few days siuce the officers of th customs at
Rouse's Puiut, New York, seize 1 some 52O00 worth
of alcohol in casks invoiced pure shellack varnith,
which prove! to Contain a tltght mixture of guru
stieliao in alcohol, in order to pass it through the
custom-house as varnish.
There is a new bonnet cn the horizon. It is made
of one large full blown rose, which lies flat on the
top of the head, sewn on a scarf of dew-beJroppcd
tulle, which is crossed under the chin, where another
small ro-e peeps forth. The whole is called chap
Rev. II. Huntington, Chaplain of the Slate Prison,
aud Grand Masonic Lecturer for Tennessee, has
reccutly fallon heir to the sum of 500,000 iu New
Cuolkba riiENosrrxA Physicians of Nashville,
Tennessee, say that during the height of the cholera
ravages in that city a misty blue vapor, hardly
visible, without any prrceptible smell, hung over the
town, being densest in the filthy places. This phe
nomenon was not generally observed except by scien
tific gentlemen. It is related that seme time ago at
Memphis. Tennessee, a steamer's crew, being in per
fect health, stopped eight hours near the lower part
of the city, lying in the middle of a thin and almost
invisible vapor. That same day three deck hanJs oa
board sickened and died with cholera, aud four
others were prostrated, but recovered.
The Raleigh (X. C) Standard calls upon the
South to take this amendment to avoid further and
greater evils, while the Charlotte (N. C.) JJtmoerat
prefers the adoption of the "proposed amendment to
the abolishment of our State Government, enforced
negro suffrage and confiscation.
Ihe Newborn Times tells the people that tliey
should now hasten to adopt the Congressional plan,
and thus secure immediate tranquility aud admission
iuto the Union.
The Charleston (S. C ) .Mies is now convinced
that there is no other course open to the Southern
people ; while the Savannah (Ga.) Republican
points to the Amendment os the Northern ultima
tum, and adds that notbinK more will be requited of
them. The New Orleaus Vicaynne is now present
ing to its readers, from day to day, practical reflec
tions upon the Amendment.
Mexico. Mexico has been relieved of the presence
of her would be Emperor, Poor Mai'uuillian has
been " ordered " home, and like a royal puppet be
obeys his imperial master. Napoleon sent him there,
and it is fitting he should order bint tack. French
prestige is no longer able to prop a tottering throne,
which, in the pride of power, and as an insult to
Republicanism,, it would have established a, our
very doors. Thus may all such attempts at wrong
and rapine fail. .Maximilian's crown was one of
thorns. The scepter turned io ashea in his band.
He bad a short and troubled reign of some five years
a reign of continual turmoil and war. He labored
hard for success and hoped to win, but when he put
forth his hand to clutch the prize, it eluded his grasp.
Recognized in his usurpation by Europe, and sus
tained by French and Austrian bayonets, be would
have succeeded if the United States bad not repudia
ted his pretensions, and conqnered rebellion. But,
the capture of Richmond was the destruction of his
Empire. Aud, so, iu defeat and disgrace, he leaves
a land he has almost desolated, His history may
serve as a warning to future despots of the Old World
whose inordinate ambition uaay urge them to attempt
conquest in the New.
From the New Crop of Wheat.
IxXTRA AM) SCPEKFINE, NIAN'l'FAC
a turexl at the Wailukn Mill und of snperior ualily.
650 bt For Pale by BOLL Ed h. Co., spent.
AND BUILDING MATERIALS.
We have Just Eeceivsd and offer for Sale:
Clear FMStern Wiile rine Plank, l, 14, 2 4 3 in.
Do. do. do. do. Stkled Hoards, 1 inch
Suitable for Plantation Purposes, ic.
THE C Alt GO OF THE BABE MONITOR !
Redwood Surface-j la ntd Boards and Plank,
Do. Hovgh do. do.
Do. 'Fonjucd and Grooved Hoards.
Do. Posts, Siding, Srantling and Shingles.
Also, the CARGO OF BARK MATJNAKEA !
Xorth-xcest Rough Hoards, Scantling and Plank,
Do. Surfacc-plancd and Tongitcd and
White Cedar Shared Shingles, I Ait hs and Pickets.
And per Late Arrivals,
A Fnll Assortment of
Window and Picture Frame Glass.
Boiled and Raw Linseed Oii,
Ppirits of Turjientine,
roiturc and Dammar Varnish,
Paris Green. Prussian Blue,
Raw and Burnt TJoiber,
u ix nows,
And Builder's Hardware.
LIItVKKS At DICKSO.V,
514 XA Fort, King and Merchant streets.
H. DIMOND & SON
" HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Etlian -A-lleri and Ceylon
A LA ROE STOCK OF
IV E W GOODS!
Which they (jftr For Sale
At Prices to Suit the Times!
enitial ins in part of
Very Superior English and French Prints,
Li?ht an dark, colors fast, at Retail roa Wools
Fine White Cotton Cloth,
Sewing machine finish. At. bargains by the piece.
White Lace Mosquito Netting. 96 in. wide.
FLAXXELS, Wool and Angola.
WHITE LINEN SHEETING, Gbiut RrorcTioa
All YVool Plaids and Tnrltans,
Ladies' and Gent's extra fine "black
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