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JTSIAS SALE !
JliQa iTSALKS BOOM, '
S OF ALL JHSCRIPTIOMS !
i,i(L-aH Sizes. Shapes and Styles.
rtniD OfPtfETOITT TO FCBXISH THE
LITTLE OSES Mt - , ,
erythiag Sold without rescrvo
.Morning. " - .'
ADAMS WILDER, Aoctiooeera.
CHRISTMAS EVE! ,:y
MIS PfiESEXTS AT AUCTIOX
H 7 O'CLOCK, AT SALES ROOM.
WlLLi SELL WITHOUT RESERVE I
f J i FIN E LI N t J r
bCKERY & GLASSWARE,
trSin, Tfi Ms, Desert Sets, Cut Glass
Tressed Glassware, ToVet Sets, etc.
BfVirxrs, FANCY SOAPS, purses,
B -.j j FANS, HOSIER r.SIf A TIA
- Hss Goods in Great Variety!
ie Cutlery, Plated Ware, etc.
" a 1 1 Oaonanr both CVful and Ornamental Presents fir
i m Cli! ADAMS A- WILD EH, Auctioneer.
5s SI T
$&ULAB EOOM SALE
ZZSVAY, DEC. 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, T11E ." '
ULUXEOFDRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
i.hiaic Jood, Groceries, .
f rockery. Glassware
Sucar. Card 3Iatche.
Kerosene Oil, etc, etc.
ADAMS A WILDER. Auctioneers. -
iWESUAY EVESdG, DEC. 29th,
AT 7 OVLOCK, AT SALES BOOM,
S Choice Selection of Goods,
Km ReeT All Saaaplrw 811. ''
ADAMS At WILDER, Auctioneers. '
ST EVEIVIIVO SALE
OF THE SEASON !
3W tti3-a.jfls aaxru:
"t SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 31it,
AT 7 OXLOCK, AT SALESROOM, 2,.'. . .
y 1 01CE GOODS.
USEFUL A UTICL.es.
e Zf Be sent Lols.-T
ADAMS A- WILDER; Aoetiwoeera.
IfoO CV13 O TP
fj VER BLANK'S
iffe'R OSEWE OIL!
Caood ;is I owners,
JT HAS BKEX P.URLr TESTED AND
atod to five enure satisfaction.
ale in Quantities to Suit Purchasers j
AX low KATES. XT.
F. A. FCUAEFER t COIi.
3-1 GO. TOBACCO !
Iot at Tobacco
I. I' It
Stirling; from New York,
I 1 i AKD I-IO.
, selc. :ed for tho Trade.
! '.E- V )XD OR DUTTT PAID,
. i "
F. A. SCIIAEFER fc. Cs.
" T r Aeet, NO. 8 0.
V2 V DRY COODS, CLOTDISC,
r? i .li'WERIES. d-cn tc
y IE rf fcRS FOR SALE AT
. " let - , sery food aasortwMn ot
k Gc . and Silver Watches !
'"i - - -
tf, TkliZ PIII351IHE8 !
; GOLD JUD SlLrCRSVITH, , t
... aad otW Mwsical InatmmeoU re-s-'5
and rtpxirew to order, tiildii t Stxl
... I coaraiiired, d3 Zat
i'. u AND LIQUORS!
'ECTED - ASSORTMENT,
t rvun of s
' Frenrh Cofnae io cases,
r - is azul fiherry In eases,
"- , , Bock Vine,
ria Vrencb Bordeaos Wines,
1 dsick Champagne !
. nuarte and ptnta.
?f Superior Quality, and For Sale
3.YZ) OR BUTT. TAID, - J
I. . A. SCHAEFER Ai C.'a.
SEA LAUNDRY, ,
4 '. fad Richards Streets.
: rTLC!' ASDCEIBPI.VC
t , TO ORDAa.
f : ndn Unstarched ClotUog ioa
t Jj i A 1- ; B.,H. LTOX.I '
al; SDwfe.ia-e M,Vi.
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, v. Oirett. o-nrl --Pn riTi "D.-i -,. V
' , , vwi man cxamint
A R Is pax EXT
J,CTmk4w'. ".-0 rsrtBt. V
WEDNESDAY, - - DECEMBER 21st,
On the Eplaadf , at 10 otloek J. 3I.f
Rv dWrlAw Af l ......
""- "hfUU CO., I will s-il at Pub-
s il j Auction, ex
COUNT TtlSMA TICK tMTt piif p i
- m . w -M-r M- x w j 4
Ihinb LatK-e, and Guns, Try Pots, Iron Tank.,
hooper . Carriers' and Uu.crroith' Tool.
Kl0Tii Whale Line, Uop Iron,
- ' Kricks, Lot of Cutl ng Falls and Block,
Barrels of PORK, BEEF, BREAD, FLOUR,
-AND OTHER PROflSlOXS.
AL8 ONE CIinONOJIETEU:
. - - C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Gold Jewelry & Icdia Rubber Goods.
THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. 21,
AT 1 O'CLOCK, AT 8ALK3 BOOM, WILL BIS SOLD,
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES, GOLD RINGS,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, A Iboots,
V India Rubber Goods, French Traveling Bags, '
Wonted Work, Jackets, Mantelets and Shawls.
. ALSOTAX IN VOICE OP
Gold Plated & Ivory Sleeve Buttons
y?ulinsf Secklaces, Mugs, Lockets, etc., etc.
ALSO, AN IXVOICK OF
.... C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
LARGE SALE AT AUCTION
c7 9.1f.'-A I-IBEIIAI. CREDIT.
TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) DEC. 22d.
.... AT lO O'CLOCK A. .
The nnriersiiriMd will sell at Politic A action, si the Store of
Messrs. r. A. SCUAKrttl A; CO.,
LARGE & WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF
Ex lite Importations from Europe and Tnlted States
TT This Sale win offer a fine opportunity to Dealers to make
pannsses. ss goods offered will be sold without reserve, and on
the most liberal terms, which will be made know a at sale.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Christmas Evening Auction.
OH FBIDAY.EVENING, DECEMBER 23,
r AT 7 O'CLOCK, AT 8 ALES ROOM, "J
Will be Sold
Toys, Dolls, Bronze Ware, Port Monies,
PORTFOLIOS, PICTURE FRAMKS,
ILK DR, CHOCOLATE CANDY.
And a Variety of Fancy Articles!
Sailable far Chrlaluiaw Prreals
C. S. II AH TOW. Auctioneer.
0IT SATUEDAY. - - DECEMBER 21th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. HL, AT 8ALE3 ROOM,
Will be Sold: . '
A lot of Clothing and other Goods
- SJiirls, Dr alters. Blankets,
Comforters. Boots. Brntjans, and
A SMALL INVOICE OF DRY GOODS.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
OH TUESDAY, .- DECEMBER 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. IkL. AT SALK3 ROOM,
Br Order mC Mrwri. II. Ilar-LIVM k Cm.,
- r Will be Sold:
EX COUNT BISMARCK AND EAC3I,E,
A Large Assortment of
WHALEMEN'S SLOPS !
JACKETS. DRAWERS, PANTS, etc.
C. S. DAKTOW, Auctioneer.
THE UXUERSIfi.VEI) OFFERS
OXEN Thoroughly Broken!
T T.uKue mr Lend, Cart mr Plw, wr
dlO 1m J. n. WOOD.
Ex ".A.. J. POPE !"
For Sale by the Undersigned !
SUPERIOR COTTAGE PIANOS 1
Direct from the celebrated Manufacturer. A. BOND, Paris.
SHALL WE SAY MORE ? YES!
We will say they were ordered by A. II. II AVEI.L, Esq.,
who was well qoalined to judge of tlieir superior qualities, he
being a Crst class musician, and having; dealt in these Pianos
a aeveral jears la AaAnuis, ' ' -l -
These riANOd are la beantifal I talian walnut cases, aid
are in silenlid cooJition, having been packed in sine lined
TWO SUPERIOR PIANOS
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known house of .
11 ALL E T T it C UM V S T O -Y, Boston.
DIRECT FROM LONDON PER A. J.
. ? A. One auortment of
Such as - . 4 , -Harmoniums,
7tMns, Organ Concertinas. Guitars,
Violin and Guitar Strings. Banjos, hntopeans, '
Piano Strings and Felt, Musical Box, assorted;
Organ Accordeons vith stands, Tamborines,
Begulation Drums awl 7y Drums.
CHRISTMAS IS C01VHNGT
,r. - ; A Large Assortment of .-.. K ' f.
EX LATE ARRIVALS t ,
OPE 1ST 1 1ST Grl
AuofwhicawiBbeeold CUEAP FQH CASH at Ware
Rooms on Fort Street." Particulars in advertisement next week
: as'r - f : ' ' t. e. wiixiasis,""
A. Tw Pope from Bremen
HEATT AMOSKEsO DEX1MS, . i
- Fancy Fuurnel Shirts, Eilk TJiabreUas, Kkl OIot, t, I
Cotton IlaDdkerchiela, Vinegar, la barrets A denUohoa. :
Epsnm Salts, in casks and eases, , x
, , Castor Ahl to tins I gall, pints, hf. pints, nr. Bints,
. ' Cloves, b helled AlmowUs, Cream of Tartar, .
French and Spanish Olives, . 4 '
HuntJejr A Palmer's Soda Btscoita in I lb tins, "
W lluhire Lor Cheese. Kdsm Cheese, Batter in tin, :
lira A Perrin's Sauce, ctearine Candles, -
gao toos Best Steam Coal, ' ,J
' - Rifle Powder in hf. Ib. eana, Fire and Arch Bricks,
t - slants yi)ow Memiand Nails, assorted,-
' '' Oak Jkts for Coaster's , Cat Tamblers, .. , ; U
Flower Pots. Market Baskets, Children's Waona.
v Prmf Johns, from one to fire gallons, ' '
Urappinj: Paper, Manila Rope, 3-4 to I aad 11-4 Inch.
Manila CwUin Falls, Uemp and Flax Pacfciuay
- Hoop Iron, Iroo linned kaucepans and Tearkettles,, ,
- - tkiperior tseotch Canvas, Kos. 0 ta - i--
Oak and Pine Barrels and Hogsheads,
0,000 Gallons New Oil Shocks.
. . r . .- :
T.jtc " A.ertVfmPTit. nf XTavatia Cifrars !
FOR S A E Br : ?'
- .v "10 I .
It Ell OVAL.
HAVING OPENED A NEVV PHOTO-
h. nn. .D1' n"'door to Qmnwald r rhutte, 1 shall he
hsppj to see tny old patroos. and any others who wish Tor
,f,",Ctarc- AU k'n lo the most reasonable
irr"-l V1.,ni"le rr""Pjits with a pood artist In Ban
i, ., JJV' "h'l' w Particular attention to copyicg and eo
larsnng pictures tor rrbmcbinit or paintinfr.
a "h.r.,Xto.ti!-tate f 7 cn"omT! 1 ?
Alsofor sale a Tarnrty of Photographic Views, Portraits, Ac..
i ANORAMIC VIEW OP HONOLULU,
ine only one ever taken of the City.
u. u cnAsr.
NEW SILKS! NEW SILKS! NEW SILKS!
ll'ST RECKIVKl) PKK MnKri'irrnu
!f imPrteJ 'y the nnd.Tsi5ned direct frum iorope. No
Z IT A ?r,cT ,n coa"l"ex of the war. A great variety
of Mew Goods about to be opened, and well worthy the atten
tion or the Ladies. Superior quality of Goods and reasonable
prices.- (J3 lm) JOHN THOMAS WATt'RIlODrtK.'
f KK STEAMER MONKS TAYLOR. JCJXT
. ,(.l'eat lariely of Ooods. suitable lor naUve
aud country trade. For sale by .
P J ' '. JO,!5 TnOMAS WATERTIOUSK. '
SHIP WM. " LE LACHEUR,"
r i;.i .3F'rom London Direct, J
EXPECTED WITIIIX THIRTV DATs)
conUining about 1,000 Tons of G00.U, suitable for the
market, and for sale by the undesigned. Particulars at a fu
ture time, Xtay JOHN THOMAS WATtRHOCSB.
New Goods!New Goods !
86 , M.:T. I)05.xTELI, , ISS
JUST RECEIVED PER MOSES TAYLOR !
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP FUR
HI Tl It K, expressly selected for this market, cousUUiie
in part as follows : -, ' . .
--'-- -v. i - y
Common Woo.1 seat Chairs,
:' Washington . . .. J , . .. . . '
Quiocy " " " .---
Itar Room "
LiKht Grecian Cane-seat,
Onk Dining .
Oak C-top bent Dining Cane-seat Chairs,
Oak Office Chairs Rotary,
' Wslnut Swiss Cottage Chairs, -1 ' ;..;'
Oilc Arm Rockers, cane seat and bark,
'Light Maple t- " --.. j ,
Imit-ition Knsewood " "
Oak Oval-back Nurse Rockers,
lirace Arm Rockers,
Children's Nursery Chairs, -, ;
Cane-seat oak Dii.lng Chairs," " ' '
onk Cane seat and back Dining Chairs,
44 Common Wood-seat Rockers,
44 Cane seat and back 44
44 Ka aud Walnut upholstered Rockers,
American 3-fi leaf Dinii.K Tables,
44 SI ft 44
y - " A8 ft Rstension Dinlnr Tabler, Walnut,
mn " "
44 1 j ft 44 44 "
44 tii ft Saloon Tables,
44 and aj ft 44
44 Cottage Bedsteads.
Mahoeony Iron feet Towel rack.
Plain Black W aluut 4 -Carved
Black Wali.ul Whatnots,
Walnut 1'arlor setts ill Haircloth,
' R-p.. -r : ' ?'
' ' 44 Ijisy Chairs la Haircloth, -
44 Rockers 44
u Ottomans 44
44 fiat-tree ar.d Rook-case, c
Rosewood and gilt Mouldings, different styles and sixes,
out 44 "
, Wain at Chamber setts,
; 44 r Corner Brarkeis, Ao., Ac -, 'f t
' ALSO OX HAND 1
K a Lcdsteails, Pine Red.steads,
Pine Bureaus, Mahogany bureaus, Walnnt Bureaus, f- ,
Lunv-s in Damask and Haircloth,
Mirror Plates, W ashstamia,
Walnut IWIiifHmiuiiu Tables,
CliiMreu's U illow t'arriases,
44 3 wlieei Chaise-top Carriages,
' " . 44 -4 wheel 44 . : 44 : .' , i -
Spring, Hair, Kxcelsior, and Straw Mattresses made to order.
Also, Lounges, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Meat
Safes, c, Ac. .
All of which will be sold as cheap as the cheapost, and per
haps a little cheaper.
N. B. f urniture repaired at short notice and on reasonable I
terms. . orders iron the outer isiauos win receive prompt and
cartful attention, ;
Nos. 86 and 88 King Street.
THEO. H. DAVIES
, ... OfFers IPov Sale
The- Well Assorted Cargo
r ' i V OF TIfK II ARK , .1
rCASTLEHD V, JDST ARRIVED
FPf tSiVT LIVERPOOL, "
COySlSTltlQ OF ALMOST ALL DESCRIPTIONS
."' - . ' rr "' . " i '. -
Expressly Selected, for this Market!
COTTOi GOODS :
17UXR DL4I.II AND PI XK PAD PRINTS
.ladder Striped Cambrics of the newest styles,
Canary Ground Orange and Ureen Fancies,
An assortment of Beautiful Oress A Furniture Chintss
Iloirocks' wide and narrow white Long Cloths, of
The well-known "Family White Shirting,"
Fine Cotton Drills and Twills, grey and white, '
Heavy Domestics, Heavy English Denims..
IdlNEiY CJOOIPS :
White, Brown and Cream Drills, of various patterns,
lilouse Linen, Fine Holland.
White and Cream Kussia Sheeting,
A fine assortment of Fancy Muslins, Lappets, -Crossovers,
Harness and Leno Curtaius, etc, eto.
Wator-Proof Tweeds and Fine
Heavy Worsted Ponchos, a variety of colors.
White and Blue Flannel of various qualities.
Black Lasting, Fine Greeo Woolen Cloth, - - -1
' Pckia Cloth,- Handsome Bote Rug. '
Brussels Carpet, variety of patterns
Flour Oil Cloth,
Froca 6 to 3-4 yard wide, of various designs. i
Leather and Rubber Belting, Roofing Felt,
Sheathing Fell, Merchant Navy Canvas,
, Bagging, Twine aad Manila Cordage. --.
A SHALL-INVOICE OF . STATIONERY !
- (.- l JOHN OOSSNELL A CO'S . - '
XEXwL 1JM:E I-LY' !
. Brushes aod other Toilet requisites,
. - Oosaage'a English Soap.
. - 1 -i - - : - ' . - - - T ! 1 . - . -.. -
HOCKIN'S GROCERIES AND j
OILMEN'S STORES !
TanUh's Jams and JHHes, - -
. t. . CrostMd eAaed Snjrar
4 j.S-.-4 t. J,-t .a 'Can
Currants hi Barrels,
A r'NE ASSORTMENT Of
ALES, LIQUORS VIfJES.
Ind, Coop Co's Pale Ale U . , T7
,Y HaobewCo'Celebrated.jaCX8Uut,:; !i
1 J Duorille's V B Whiskey and 44 Shamrockn Whiskey, in
cases and qoarter casks.
lartelle's and Hennesj Braady, -"-
Geneva, In cases and baskets, . . . .
.'Giogee Wine. Demarara aud Jamaica Bam, . v.
Uuiuart's and Perrier'a ChamaRie.
' -Very Poperior OM Port. D. O. SaerTjr, f - i-i
Pae AnMMitiliado Sherry, eto ele.- - - "
ASSORTED SIZES CAR IRON !
" ' BOOp'lBON, rkifCB'VlBie, bHgt and staplet,
..'.'. -i r V. V SLACK COAL ANU STEAM COAL!
W. & A. Maconie's Steam Clari--.j
flersfit Iron Coolers.,.
- KING STREET, II., I. r
I Comfortable Farnished Apartments To Let
TO OKTLfMIv OB PAMIL1KS. AJ9
fi't't li'. .-. '
I BEG TO TVOTIFi" 1 HE PUBIJIO OP HO.
ncloU aud the Ulaod Kent-rally that I hare s4d mod
Uaiiiferrnl 10 Messrs. A. W. JITIU sod J. 8. XAYTOX my
entire stock aud business inWret in the Family Grsrerr
nl Krrd ior in this city ; the said sale to date and
take effect from the 1st of December, insunt.
jtciuraibg my sincere uiauks for the generous and Triendly ;
patronage with which I hare been favored. I refpi-ctfully re
commend my successors, and bee for them a continuance of i
the tame. - , -. v. . '. - . .
All persons harlnir claims or accounts against ( sre re-
settling the snme at earliest nmrenlence, as I intend to leave
the country in a shf.rl tim-.
A 2t - I. BARTLKTT.
TI!E UXDRRSIGN KI) II A V
. rhiseil of I. HAitTLfcTT, the U2
VI XG PIJR-
i "' "t I- MAltTLfcTT, the Uiie and well assorted
of OKtU KICIKS i.u.1 I'KtlVlMOS in tt.i
city, moxt re? ieiri fully i-g t reiUert ilii.r- .,1 the puhiiu
aiS'l iKipr by s'riet aH'imii tf hniii-s ii give
Culuiotri every fali-lHoui.n.
Jie Best and Choicest Gocds i
kept ui liau.l, an.l . l.ar. i! to me Lhcir I
stock In all respvuis equal to the beat in the city, aud their
prices the lowest market rates.
Mew Good3 Constantly Received !
By Steamers and Eailing Vessels from California, the Eastern,
States, and Kuroe.
0 2t JUDD A LAYT0N.
' 1 THE NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
C f 33ostou.
O x; s xa. 1 zod. in 1043.
Cash Assets, January 1, 1870.
Gross Income for 18C9...
. Dividends for 1809
Premiums Collected from -1843 to 1868....
Losses paid from 1S43 to 186S
READ WHAT OTHERS SAY OP US I
From the "Sectator" of New York City we extract ss fol
lows: 44 The New Kngland Mutual stands forth as a fitting
type of what a company should be fn regard to Jts riMtliod of
business. Peeking rather to estab lish a reputation or stability
and soundness, than to prejeut novel aud promising, but un
tried and unapproved features in underwriting ; conducting all
the company's a&airs with the strictest economy and adopting
only those measures proved by experience to be the wisest,
the directors of the company have ucceded in establishing
for it a reputation for reliability second to no other similar organization'-in
the country, i Yet, rst as is .the degree of
caution manifested in the adoption of every new measure, the
company is conducted in a manner fully in unison with the
progressive spirit or the age.- As n-gar.ls its' dealings with
policy holders, few companies are mire liberal and honest."
44 The business of the New Kngland Mutual is conducted in
the most economical and able manner ; its terms are liberal
and just ; Ps success lias been uniform and extended and its
perfect reliability and M'lJ'etg, the natural consequences at
tendant upon the possession ol sach features, and which should
be the great deMdraium with an iujurance company, are in ho
inttance excel tti " ;; i if'.:. .' it
Kor farther particulars plesse call upon ' ; l ,
OASTIiR tt "OOR7K,
dlO 3m Agcuts for the Ilawaiiau Islands.
CHEISTMAS OR NEW YEAES
INSURANCE 1 POLICY IN'THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSUEANOE COM'Y.
Don't "Waste your Money on Perishable
Play Things or Japanese Ware !
j Present yonri Wife and llilldrea This;Yearts a
! CbrialauHM mr rw Vrnr' Cil'l, In.u.
rauce l I Icy iu the 44 w Enxlnatl.
OXL.V TIIIXK 1
At the Age 25. 20 annually, will secure 1.000
j for your family ' , , ' , 4 r ft
.At the Age U ao, annually, will secure I,OOU
for your ram.iy ! -
At f 1.A C'flt -.t o 1r....,11.r --III d Jk,rk I
for your fuiuily t - .. i , '
WHO ARE WISEI I
TIIKY WHO INSI RK TI1KIR LIVIIN Til K OLD AND I
UEST COMPAN YIN THE
L Kew England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
CASTLE & COOKE, u re AgenU lor the
dlO 4t . . . Hawaiian Islands.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
WINES, SPIRITS, &c.
Merchant Street. Opposite the Sailor's Dome, !
1ESIKCTFITT.I.V TIEG TO 1 X K O II M I
MM. their Friends and the Public, that they have
Just Received per Stin. Moses Taylor,
1 t... From Sao Francis ao, a large iuvoice of .c,
Very Superior American Whiskey.
Cases Oregon Cider, qts. and pts.
ALSO, ON II VN1
Jules Robins & Co' s, and Hennessey's
BEST PALE BRANDY!
French Cognac, of good quality.
Also, a large and varied assortment of
Champagnes, Sparklinsr Hock,
German & French Vines, &c. &c.
Including the Celfbrated
C FAREE, GUAD VI . EICUME CII1MP1GXE.
Also, Just Received, an Invoice of Genuine
DUFF GORDON & CO'S PALE SHERRY !
AND BERNARD tf CO'S
O I.I TOM & Ol il US FAt AV 1 1 K !
All of the best quality.
ALSO, 1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE BEST CIS,
Large aud small, in eases and baskets. And a large
i - Lavolceof ... ; ;
SUPERIOR ALES , & PORTER I
"' In Quarts and Pints, in fine order,
Jnst Imported from England, ex Castlehow.
: t Also, a large quantity ft :.: ,
HighProof Jamyca Rumrin bond.
ITJT All the above mentioned articles will be sold at mode
rate pri.-es. ; 1 : .- ' .. . : - - dlO lm
1 f J i r
A. J.L PlPE, FROM BREMEN.
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
. Ex Late Arrivals.
For 1 Sale 1 at? Reasonable Rates
Liberal Terms to Suit the Times
': -W AT
F A . S C II AI5 ff! E It & CO'S.
j Ate 7 it : SITTTATJOJIr WAls'TEJ) , .
BY THE ADVERTISER AS COOK AND
STEWARD iu a private family ; who has-bad 13 years
experience ; testimonials to ability and character wilt ber pro
duced, if desired.. Please address . -, ,: ... '
-' - - - . ' u I t, n ' T rims
' OAbJ. rim vuivr,
I Dee. 9th, 1ST0.-
WEDNESDA Y. ' DECEMBER 21 .
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
l" Tlia next mail by the Mots Taylor ; tn&j be
llookedforoa Vrllay evening or S.turaay morning.
FT Our ttuaka are due to CapL Fuller of the
Conet, for favor?, hUo to II. M. Whitney for lte
files of papers.
JWjfii m'h Hall. The new additions to this hall
new ettge, ut-w scenery, &c, will be completed and
the nUcc ihiim1 tiir.1.iv niht next, with, a
j 'omP,',",,1,r' tu K 'jner, who will 8ppear
in new plays, ably assisted., bee advertisement,
I " ,
j BuBCLABLT OF A PrBLIC IIoCPE. Last Saturday
! night, some one broke into the Empire House, and
got away witlt a lot of liquors, some ten gallons. ,The
larceny of spirits id small quantity is often heard of,
but ten gallons is unusuaL The party is probably
preparing to have a good time during the coming
holidays.' Zu'i v. '.I , .
wInother ScicrDE. By a letter from Sheriff Tread
way,; received by the' JVettie JHeri ill from M.-iai,
which we have been allowed to peruse, we learn that
on the IGth inst'.", the body of a young native man,
named Waipalani, was found hanging to a tree on
the Haloa mountain, above Wailuku. It was un
doubtedly a suicide, but. no cause is assigned for the
deed. ' -
Specimens op Silk Cocoons. At Whitney's book
store, in a glass case, may be seen some very hand
some specimens of silk from cocoons taken from local
ities very far separated one from the other. Chinese,
East Indian and Hawaiian appear in juxtaposition,
and in point of fineness, the Hawaiian, evidently
bears-of the palm.-- We hope to hear a good a coo tint
of the enterprise lately initiated at Hamakua. . ;
Another Robbery. On Monday night, or some
time early Tuesday morning, a lodging room on Rose
Lane, occupied by a discharged seaman, who had
lately provided himself with a S25 outfit of elothing,
was entered by some thief, and all the young man's
wearing attire was abstracted. Look out, all who,
according to Honolulu custom, sleep with doors and
windows open thieves are about.
Reckless Deiving Attention of the authorities
should be directed to the reckless manner in which
some of the natives drive their ox-carts through the
streets at break-neck pace. They sway from one
side to the other, the driver sitting on the cart, and,
unable to direct them, as would be the case with a
pair'of horses,' is urging-them on with cries and
lashing. It is a wonder that accidents do not hap
pen, seeing that one does not know exactly on which
side of the narrow street to dodge the horned cattle!
r-pIIE DMDEIiMGKEU HAVING RKTURXED,
M has resumed his business of
Selling Hard,. are at his Old Staiid !
; ; U.j!iH Where he will again- i-ii.'A. ; .
0EFER HIS STOCK AT PRICES TO SUIT
-i .... " .TnK TIME3, AND.
! WILL SELL IS CHEAT, IF SOT (IIE1PEB Til AS
ANY OTIIKR II0USR IN TOWN.
o29 2in - J. V. WIPD1FIELI).
" ' '
1? X CJ 353 r
AT COST PRICES.
i , .' - . ; . - ' .' . "...
j Sea Boots, Rubber Boots Oil Suits,
AND ALL KINDS OF
Woolen Goods at Cost Prices !
To Close Business by the New Year,
Nuuanu St. opposite Merchant.
BALES AMOSKE.IG DENIMS,
Cases White Cotton Thread,
' Bales India Rubber Hose. .1
Cases American Blacking,
Cases IIun:'s Handled Axes,
. . . , ; ' ":. Cases Charcoal Irons, i
I . Cases McMurray's Oysters, ' 1 '. . - - t , J
Kegs tialtieter (conde salnitre),
...... . Barrels Turk's Island Salt, etc., etc.
CASES OF LADIES' GAITERS!
. Balmorals, Kid Slippers.
Gases Hen's Boots and Shoes,
IK GREAT VARIETY. . -.;
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF '
New and Desirable Goods !
SELECTED WITH THE
Greatest Care Expressly , for this Harket.
' : FANCY GOODS'.
SIL.K, WOOLEN ASD COTTON
DRESS, GOODS I
&c, &c. &c.
For Sale "to 'Ai.YYxy!0
By THEOD. C.'HEUCK
C - '.J PER '
R.iC WYLIE FROM BREMEN !
V . ' - V -' t-v
. , . vr,v nwrn . . v
' French Prints, fancy."" Fancy Muslins,
T Victoria Lawns, Mosquit Netting,' " r
rnperior Black coburg-s,
Trench Merino and Crspe, Ticking,
. H: vTbite Shirtins; and Lon? Cloth j -- ;i, -, ; U. 0
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heavy.
Brown and Blue Cottons, Hickory Stripes,
Bine Twilled Saxony Flannels, " 1 " ""
: Fine White Flannels, ' . ;
ImeriHl Linens, assorted. White Linen Handkerchiefs,
5 ,,AV bile Jaconet Uandkerchiefs, y . J r- T ." 1
i .Torkey Red and Yellow Ilsndkercbieft, .!'-' : '
Fancy Cotton 11 ami kerchiefs,
BUck Silk Elastic. Press Ooodn,
- m Plain aod Figured Black Silk, ; , , j if
1, White Linen, aad Ribbed Dritt, 1 t ;
Fine White Linen Back.
i Tj Black Hair Cloth far tailor's assi, Black L(ninj Eilk,. 1 '
Blue Twill, Blue Pique, Cashmere,
.Veil Strega, assorted cclars, t, , t ,,,t
r. sm tut Hie .v 11. nrKrn.t tr
" 0Tr:-AiKpRACHfSG. Laft Sunday the tier? A.
O. Forbes preached to a small bat attentive audience
on the steamboat wharf, from the text,' taken from
the words of our Lord Come unto m all ye( that
are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you
rest." The subject was ably handled, and the idea
of the necessity of rett to the human soul, as well as
the body, clearly elucidated and applied to all con
ditions and classes. ,' ., ' . 1A
Tire CiBcriT Cocut at Mam, commenced its sit
ting at Lahaina last week. We learn by the A'fltie
Merrill, which arrived on Sunday, that Kuanaann,
the native who was indicted for arson, in setting fire
to Hobron's plantation, was convicted, and sentenced J yours, in your last week's issue t rHt-rred to
to nine years imprisonment at hard labor. A nam- ; the largo families among the native Mexican or
ber of other criminal cases were discontinued. One j Spanish CnliforniariH of n former' gyration,
native, who perhaps is a disciple cf Brigham Young, j Jntiy i Iliet a permm from .Sun FrniKinot, enn
was convicted of having two wive at once. MctCi wj(1j nn o, (.nni,v of riljfori;jll( RnvI
A Cuicken Ranch. On the plains, just midway j ctate.1 the following facta in my hiring : JShrr
between Honolulu and Waikiki, an enterprising, was well knowing to tho fact that there were
smart individual hia name is Johnny Stuart, by the now living in California thrco native f'umls of
way has established a " hennery." It often occurs j the class referred to by your eorrr-pondpiit. One
that a nice chicken is wanted in a case of sickness, of the females was the mother of twenty-two
And none can be ihad but the ha !f-starved, lean and children, another tho mother of lw nty-three
UcYaggy specimens to be found at' tho corner of Fort j children, and the third was tho mother of twenty
and Hotel Streets. 1 The chickens that can be had of , njDe oUnnm The latter, at tho age of alout
Smart, tare grain-fed, and. the eggs will be found j m TernarkcJ tlmt e,,e ,)Rj g5vrn p bop5 of
supenorVt -r . - . . becoming the mother of the 44 thirtieth." She
Oce Rice PitoDccTiox.-We hope soon' tobe able , nfl . . . . , . . . . .
to lay before our readers the statistics ef the rice
, . .,
proauction oi tue iBianas, wnicn is very consiucra-
j ble. : Mr. John Defries, an old resident of Honolulu,
) but who for a number of years past has been cn
I gaged in the culture of rice at Lumahai, near Ila-
nalci, on the island of Kauai, informs us that he has '
harvested,' during the year past, 140 ton's of rice,
philosophically observed that the loss of the 20 tops
saved him the, trouble of threshing them. ;;!Mr.
Defries is a German, and is of that class of men we
need among us to develop the resources of the
country. - i
Charivaei.- On Thursday night, of last week,
! a wedding occurred, and the happy pair were sere
naded in the old fashioned style. The band consisted
of several performers ' on empty kerosene cans', a
taro -patch jewsbarp, and various other instruments,
the names of which are positively unknown. Judg
ing by the clatter kicked up, and the terrible howl
ing of the dogs, who skedaddled in every direction
some of them breaking their chains iu frantic fear
the serenade must have been a most hideously un
musical affair. . All sorts of the sounds of created
and uncreated beiiigs were attempted to, be imitated
by the serenaderev Says Pope, - - ' '
44 Silence ye wolves, whilst Ralph to Cynthia howl,
Aud makes night hideous, answer him ye owls."
Family Jabs. la the Police Court on Monday,
there was a case illustrating some of the peculiar
phases of Hawaiian life a night-side view. t A man
had a wife, rather a good-looking one, but by some
strange fancy, he took up with a " worser half,; in
the shape of an elderly hag-like looking creature.
Turning out his lawful spouse from the family resi
dence, he installed the mistress of his afloctions in
her place. Subsequently, meetiughia wife in the
street, he took her back home, thinking, probably,
(mistaken man !) that' the two could live together on
his divided a fleet ions under the same roof. The con
sequence was a feminine set-to, in which the mistress
; getting the better of tbe wife, the latter roaje use of
j her teeth, and severely bit the former on the baad.
Hence a.. ,haul-iu" and An action for assault and j question u most favorably received,
battery against the wife.- The Court would not j Loxdon, Not. 30. Lyons awaiU tha diwisiou of
sanction ADy sach infractions of conjugal rigbte.And ' j!,e Tou GoTernment before -ending a pientpoU-n-..
. - .t. j i j t s i t,ary 10 tbo Conference,
discharged the caae, with reprimand and adrice. r , . . . .....
r , , !4 ! 1 he London 7ir is nrriug the Kin of Truss! a
So'icide. Last Saturday, a little after 3 r. m., a
, t u i ii
"j - a----- j
store on the corner of Xuuanu and Merchant 6treots,
in a fit of mania a polu, cut his throat with a razor.
Mr. Morris, who lives at Ealihi. was Dresent at the
time, and in. endeavoring to prevent Kyan from
accomplishing his purpose, got some Berere cuts ou
the band. The throat was cut straight across, a
horrid gash, severing the wind-pipe. The man
was put into a band-cart immediately on information
of tho affair being brought to,leputy Marshal
Dayton, and taken to tho Queen's Hospital, where
nis seu-inniciea wounas were seweu up Dy awenuing
pnysicians. lie then appeared to be apparently
calm, drank some liquid, and conversed a little, but
I later, ncr p. .h was seized with another parox -
ysm of uncontrollable madness, and tearing the
bandages from bis throat, opened afresh the wound.
i t. i
and in a few minutes expired, lie was a native of
Massachusetts, about 45 years of age.
A Trip to Koolau. A, , few days ago, business
colling as to that pleasant side of our island,.-we
made a few Dotes, as is our custom, of what was to
be heard and seen. . We were fortunate in escaping
the rain, so frequent at this season, but found the
roads up the valley heavy and muddy, from previous
rains. The view from the ton of the Pali.
nificent, has been often described. We expected to
find the roads in Koolau worse than on this side,
but were surprised to find them hard and dry.
Whether they at Koolau had had the same extent of
favors from the pluvial gods as we of thc.Kona side,
or whether it was owing to the drying effect of the
trade winds, we were . unable to determine. We
visited the Court of the Police or District Justice,
and lieard him decide a case. lie gave his whole
attention. Jo the matter at issue, and. no fault could
be found with bin decision, evincing, a it did, a good
discernment and correct judgment of evidence. . We
have sometimes wondered though there ara un
doubtedly exceptional cases that the native magis
trates get along as well as they do, considering how
little legal information they ' have outside of the
statutes ; these too, are often prolixly worded, an tbe
laws are mostly framed first in tbe English language
and then translated into the Hawaiian. At the
adjournment of the Court, we were kindly invited to
dinner by the gentlemanly superintendent of the
Kaneohe Plantation. It is no small courtesy to be
asked to dine in tbe country districts, for money will
not always procure one a good dinner Where there
are no hotels or restaurants. In passing along, we
noticed that the cane looked well, doubtless owing
nottnly to good cultivation, but to the recent showers,
Koolau s i one of the finest a'oricnltnral district of
the islands. '
1, " ' ",r "1"
MaUaaad to be the root of, all ev3 ; whether
it is or not, we notice thai the inconvenience of hav-
ing a plethora of it, is only excelled by having none
at all. We were .led to the consideration of this
subject, by'an article, which appeared in the Gaxetle
f NotemberSOtb.tdtiiio, headed IVwht uf monay.'
It is said to be the subject of a paper read before the
.if.' , i . ,
Liverpool, Chamber of Commerce, and that, the de--j
ductiona arrived at are somewhat at variance with
popular notions, &ct The" article is very" able as
regards the use of money, and bow small an amount
might be maxfe to subserve the ue ot trade. MoqSey
or coin was unknown in Hawaii nei till the advent
pf the Aaole.jTh9 Hawauans go along.; very well
without it in all their business transactions, for azes
for whltevef they did for aV long time Vfterwardaln
the foreigner'a cjoths, trinkets, and, ,ron ,tensiLs,
rather than to. receiving cash. Ancld native, pnee
told WSrhile-'we were in the coinmerciaX li'nei'aa
illustrative of the idea, 'that ' he was ouce employed
Dy. -' foreign merchant-to do iomewwrk.'T which,
having finished, his employer gave him five Spanish
dollars. On- bia way, borne-froo llooolulu t Wai
kiki, be went to his Chief 's house, who . asked him
what pay he got. He replied that the foreigner gave
bixa five bad buttons, made probably by an appren
tice,' as they had" no nuba tn them, by which they
could be sewed on to a coat.' The Chief, who had
learned more of the value" of sucbT ill-iide bationa,
than his dependant, inquired what be had done with
them. Well, said the man, I threw them away into
abash by the road side on my way home. Go and
fetch them, said the chief, I will take them. The
native accordingly went-, , He aaid, I hate learned
the value of auch buttons since." ' We presume
i ana Ins countrymen Have.
a m a
f'-A Lawykb SoLt.--Oiie uioiiung lauf vLVn lie
Police Court, wheti the hvlihula case was on, a na
tive member cf the bur came into the Court-room,
and seeing five prisoners arraigned at once, appa
rently thought there was a chance to make A fee.
Without inquiring into particulars, be arose, aud
gravely addresfing the Court, remarked,' Yoor
Honor, I appear for the priwner." There was an
audible smile all round, whra tje judge JiUnd'grJn
fr.rwcd the lawyer that the parties hud fdrcady plead
ed guilty. , - r
A Mm the r of Twritly-NIt Children.
Mr. Advertijkr " : A correspondent , of
! , , . ... . . ,.
' have children, and on that account he felt en-
. , . . ,.. .
titled to the hihcf-t sent iu Heaven. At nny
' rate, eho should ak .St. Peter for it !!
i Yours,. VtRiiA?.
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j 'IJTTy TTVT T?4 T 5
SEVEN DAYS LATER.
UNSUCCESSFUL SORTIES FROM PARIS.
The Loire Army Defeated.
... aaf-aawaBw 4I
EUMOR OF THE CAPITULATION OF
THE ENTIEE AEMY,
.FrencliV Sncccsscs ' Credited - iu Tours.
Rumored Surrender of Paris.
EussiaV Proposal for' a Conference Ac
' : cepted by Austria; England & Italy
- i. T" ' ;
Hy tho arrival of the bark Comet, Capt. Fuller,
18 days passage, we have San Francisco dates to
Deo. 1st, nd European dispntches to Nov. 30th.
The following is tho latest summary of news :
. St. , PiTEiwnLEO. Nov. 80. Letters . frt in, ' All
'quArters'show the loyalty of the people and make
Russia unassailable, and tear lens of hostile alliances.
i.o BiiDiaieruu jDsiructiuna are given t nc previ. ; (
The Kt- Peterahurir fSaTrll liavtnrr a1nti1 a rv-
fial policy, ita sale is fbrbiddeii in the atretU.
The proposed Conference at London on the Eaati-rii
J an ally to urge on the Car the folly of his prcten-
aioni, which the civilized world refuses to grant.'
Brussels, Nov. 80. The Independence Beige baa
a Berlin telegram that England fceocpta tha Confer-
i ence, provided Russia will explain satisfactorily
! CortscbakoiTa first circular.
j Vebsaillem, Kot. 30.- Ou Monday and Tuesday
the cannonade was maintained bv the l'ara fort.
followed by sorties in force, supported by punboats
In the direction of l'llsy, on the position held by the
Sixth Prussian Corps, simultaneously. Other aoitifg
were made in other directions. All were repulsed,
aud COO French prUonera wore taken. - The i'rtu
sian loss was 7 officers and 1 00 men.
The French were beaten ncsr Amicus and fled In
dialer towards Arras. Four guns were taken. ? '
, Bkauxc, Not. 28,--The main body of tbe French
i attempted to force a paraage towards Fontsineblcnn,
I by & heavy attack. They encountered tho Tenth
I Vra88iaa CorP" at "n5. reinforced by tha Fifth
saiauiry ana me rirst cavalry uiviBions. Xha
French were repulsed with heavy losses in dead;
wounded and priisoners, especially tbe htter. , Tho
Army of the Loire waa consequently withdrawn!
j Versailles, Nov. 30. It appears that the creator
portion of the Army of tho Loire were cngfigrd
against the Tenth Prussian Corps at Beau no. Their
defeat was complete. One thousand killed wera Jeff
on the field by the French. One thousand seven
hundred wounded prisoners have already been taken,
and the number continues to increase.
'Lokdos, Nov. 806 p. ji. The rumored capltui
Iation of Paris causes buoyancy in the stock market
Versailles, Nov. 30. Immense stores of pro
visions are concentrated at Versailles for the Pariah
iana when they aurrender.
There 'was an unsuccessful attempt by 'French
priaonera to escape from Antwerp.' : ..,-
The Taris sorties on Monday in tha direction of St.
Cloud, were repulsed with slight loss. Versailles ia
BebLik, Nov, 80. Tba Queen has received the
following despatch from King William: ' Tuesday,
November iJytu, Frederick Charls reports a coiaplate
defeat of the Army of tho Loire in tha battle of JJUmi
day, in which the French had the 20th Corps, and
probably portions of tba 18tb, 16th and, Kith Corpa
engaged. One thousand French were wounded and
4,600 taken prisoners.' General Aurelles De Pala
dines is reported wounded. Tba German loss was
one thousand, among them few officers."
The ship Wortetzer, for Hamburg, with guano,
has been captured by a French inan-oi-war.
JiONDOif, Nov. 30 The Globt this afternoon, pub
lished an announcement of tho capitulation of tha
entire Army of the Loire. The report can be traced
to no authentic source ; nothing waa known of auch
an event at the German Legation, here, at nine to
night. ' ..,.
Lohdow, Nov. 30. IforM Cable. Letters by
balloon, from Paris, private letters from Versailles,
and despatches from Berlin, all concur in represent,
ing the protpecU of the French as extremely gloomy.
lhe uerraans during the late engagements with
I the Army of tbe Loire, lost enourinoual v. fcnt still
'eir po"1' have bcea inaintainod.-'.Tha eflbrta of
General Aurelles to advance to the relief of Pari a
h, foiled. TJje p7pS, are almost
! exhausted ; scarcely a fortnight'a supply remain,
t Toubs, Nov. 20 Evening. lleporta of French
I "accesses in tha recent battlee north of Oricana are
j cred,tel here. . . ..
! BRf Nov. 50. Private advioea from Vienna
j SZlli r?t f' d'
thenuM-an proposal for a Conference, with the un-
dersUndtng that the claims of Russia are not to b
prejudiced by ber participation therein.
Tot-as, Nov. 20 An lingliah despatch relative to
the. Conference waa received yesterday. No ftnawer
baa yet been returned. Tb Government ia inclined
to consider England's conduct Irregular. in urging
the adherence of France to a propsittoa coming from
LoKnex, Nov. SO. The talk in "the Onb fVwe.
the idea of an Administration to succeed tbe present
8Lv Boderkk Murchiaon, whose eondilioir had ex
cited alarm; ia better.
Queen j Victoria has vialted . the ' mrreavof tbe
French at Chiselhurst ; the interview ia represented
to have been affectingt , , :..,' ,
. t The Eoxine Question approach paoefal aola
tion. It ia confidently expected the Conference for
iU settlement will be held at Londomi- '-.,
h ;London Is In a, pacific moodjtnd all parties tl
Bureof a peacefue result.. J
jVutioua" pctitloo haa fxan pxescUd U tjuoen
Victoria, aigncd by nx're than 2,500 women and
gfrls employed in the nrt of book-bindmgittjnj;
forth the gr&it loan a,nd pri ration tliry, Miflir by
the stoppage ' of tho 'trade in praver-booka and
church services in consexjuenoe of the withdrawal
of the Table of Leeeons bill laat acssioh."" Tbej
J prayjier Majesty to cause it to be, re-introduced
Into Tarliainrnt at tjic onrliWt poatihlr ervl, f