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TW fifWrrtvaVr.irVejrta hare be the steamer
jr.yi fTonyo, oa Saturday, 18 days from Auckland, to W.
i. n, on Raturdar Diiihi tbe steamer Moses T9"r,9
day. from San Fraoctoco. to H- IlackfeW fJo. l e"iru?7
the schooner Snnrign, 27 oaya iron, eu c ria, -
nrlM n mut U TtUli- . ..... ..
The depart"3 bare been the steamer tronya tronga,
,.,, resterdar. with supplies lo me wrecked crew .
th r. s. s. SaniiuMw.iuui to brinj them to this port 93 ail
told. Twlay the ship Cym, fcr New Bedford, with oaana .q Qctober an(j jr touch
kvL The .earner Mote Taylor will sail tomorrow (Wed- j r ... .
r . a r ;ih a lull frr ihL and a Duowroi
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The bark Corner, Capt. Fuller, U now loading, and will tad
tr.r San Frmnciaco on Friday next, taking mail.
Tbe bark D. C. Murray, 29 days out from here, had not ax
' io n Francisco no trt tbe 15lh U December.
1 The San Francisco market for island produce was Arm with
at onward tendency. Hawaiian su-ara, grocery grades, were
in lurht aDD!r. an.1 noot! at laailjc. Kjrop waa eooted at
SO&tec. Hawaiian coffco waa quotablo at 21c. Rice waa
g euin acaree, and the market waa ery firm, and 9 ceiOa waa
aaked In China crades.
la refird to the operatioo ol the present Australian tteam
line, the BmlMi ay :
Tbe present Australian stvam line has been io operation
ahonl i!t oioaths. The flrt steamer to arrie at lh-a port
was the Idnko, om the 5tk May. Since then we hare dinpaichrH
seven steamers to Hjrthiey, by way of lionoioiu and Anckland,
with mails and pa&ieuzers. The patsesftr traffic by the line
2 paaaengerat the I
bu u, tUr. The first steamer rarru.il ,2
nt Tit: ihm 51. M.W.9! and 144 showli
ngm MKaioioi', I
' mmt eaaJly vivided between the Hawaiian Islands and tbe
The Aostraiian markets Cor sugar are rery bare, and tbe
prices are advancing;. Private adricea stale that sugar is
scarce and ia good. Uemarel ; that loo innch cannot ba shipped
islo that market for the next three months. This will give
ear megxz planters chance to send forward a4 they can produce
for some months, at prices.
From the Smmtkem Crwn (of Auckland; of December 6th,
we clip the Mlowinf
- COA-The small shipment of sufare ex Wong Wonq
waasstweopataaaar3e 4 periDjsncn I
srareHy of suar when it arrived, flioee then shipments from I
Aastraiia, to the extent of IH tons or more, hare relieved tbe
Basket. A carfit is daily expected from lloootula, and a thin
ment si expected direetly or imlirectly from the Mauritius. It
M to hft hiiped that knpbrtors wirl never allow the market to
' m sa hue arain Ws do not fed disposal lo alter oar last
' quotations, aiihoogh they are somewhat higher taaa those of
Australia, tympany s i.y. tjanrj, 1" 1,1 "
Crystals, Orst white, ManrUius. 4.2 ; aecooa date. 4a per
t., - rlutx mv. 38 : britht rmit.r. J9 10s : brswn crystals.
jUu ; rations, per too m bmd ; Cplish refined loaf, 4S ;
crushed lump, 4S per ton io bonT. liawauan sogara, noesi
yeOow. Sid t yeitow, 3id ; brown, 3iJ ration, 2W lo 2id per
tS m bond.
The foflowtn( vessels are advertised lo sail foe Tahiti, the
Mg SktUtknJT; for Victoria, B. C. the bri Ribett Cottan f
far San Francisea, the schooner Slaryrtt Crockard ; for Port
land, Orrt'-a, the bar ken tine Jan J.Falkinbitrij ; fat Sydney,
the bark Cwrtekbw ; anJ tike cCpper ship Oracle, to touch
here, etj route for Uocgtoog. j .
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Dec. 24 Bchr Waiola, Dudoit, from Kauai. ' " :.. '-
- Bt Kchx PaoahL Ballastier. from Kauai.
24 Brit stmr Wocga VVonca, J Bteuart, 18 days from
Anrklanrt. r - r A. ,
'25 3chr Fairy Queen, Kaaina. from KauaL
, r .24 rtchr AcUve, NUta, I'rom Ilawalt l , I '
2i Schr Anaie. Enrlish. from Hawaii. .
.,24 Am stmr Moses Taylor, R 8 Floyd, 9 daya from
V, Am Schr Hoverein, J Chambers, 25 daya from Ban
f f ' . rranriseoi , y jl' ! c'
ntHI nCHK VICTIM, IIUUS
ck Nettis AlcmU, Oana,ijroai Maui.
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l-c. 24 Bchr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Maalj t ;
H thr Kona Packet, King, In Ocean Island, i -
24 Am vk sh Dani Webster, Marvin, to cruise.
3d tfehr Pauahi, Ballastievt (v Mani and Hawaii
, . v. fti-tchrAVarwick, Joho Bull, for Wolokalr J
2 Stmr Kilaoea. Ilarrrson. for Ocean Island.
.StlBritaiwtr Woofa Woraja, J Buaart, for. Auckland
and wydney. . .
I J . 37 Am ah Cejlna, Woods, for New BedfordT..
27 Am wh bk Mary, Hereodeen, tocrwise.' ' ; 1 .
: VTSchr WiisU, Dudoit, for MolokaL
27 Bctir Jenny, Lambert, lor Kauai.
Ships Mails. . . ., . , ,
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Fob. t4W FatKcisco Per Hoses Taylor, this day, 12 M.
Foa Saar f Bcisco-Per Comet, next Friday, Dee. 30th.
Rate ml I'ostacc
1 vtc-Ittt LrrrsBa 2 cents each half oat prepaid,
irsirsu States Scents Hawaiian orenaid. eaclrbalf oa.
ExaLasD cents Uawaiian and Scents American, prepaid.
A stb a LI A cents Uawauan, each half oa. prepaid.
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TheN. P. T. Co.a steamship Mosea Taylor, K. 8. lloyd
Commander, sailed from San Francisco Dec 15th, at 12:26 P.
M. Arrived at Honolulu Doc. 25th. 1 r J : :
Pe Mokes Tylob Front San Francisco, Dec. 26th:
Wilder; Ur A Kennedy; Asee 4c Achong ; Chas twecn the Hon. JullUS OCel, Poet Master Gen
! Baflam; Atal; AflClejrhomj A W Osbm A , XT . , J , ,
i;-Ct Bartow f 31 Feeney 5 SH Black Bi.hop & eral of New Zeajan3, pn behalf. Of tho Govorn-
Loo; A C
0J:.-iUI,!in, ? "H1 VC Cn;.K
4l Allen ; Catle A Cooke ; tL Richards 4c Coj Dillingnani I
,4c Ct; iiiui c BUoveit ; Mrs vnt-, it k. nciwm.m ? i- i
a I iim t : yn mann k iunB i a : wm nun-
rblaeger tv'tfEO Adderly A June c Ahock J Rhodea ;
If llarkfrWl Ac Co f M S Grinbaum Ac Co ; 11 E Mclntyre dc
Bro ; E O HaU fluo (HI Nolle ; U Gilea ; II May ; U C;
Hyman Broa ; II M Whitney ; II L Chase ; Ira Richardson ;
hlher fc II land ; II Faycrwnther; I Banlett J Nott c
Co ; J Rltaoo ; 3 TicM ; J W Wddilleld ; KeonS Chorig & Co;
L McCutly -, M Dioknoo rC A W iUtama ; M I Dnaael ; fack
Ckut K--v W r AlexanrlrrT R Lore l Bros ; Krr V G Mil
lianMon : Re I. ftnith ; Tboa Ryan t T Mman Ac rtoo ; T
II Davie s T O Thrum ; T C Ueurk ; W Frear W 11 Coro-
wt'.l ; Weuo Farjo4.Ce; Board of Edocaiioa. iK
Pkb Woioa Wosst I rons - Sydney- and Auckland.
Dec. 25: Orders W 1. Green; 1! Mactariane ; ilia Bow
ilvans ; T II Daries ; X U Ilenck ; Alex Maclarlane.
Fo Saw Fk:ct-o Per Moses Taylor,' Dec. 25th:
15 Bbfca, Mrs aakbon, 100 plrfs nqotrv 12 pkga drn?s, 10O ca
roal ML IsO ska potatoes. Mi iw Hut lew. uo enrn. Va da oau
raf, 4 do wheat.- S3 b apples, M ptgt onions.
3j Dkr bread and cracker. 77 pkc hard ware. 27 pkes cozdace.
12 rx UxCs and shoes, S'-0ir and 160 hf k Hour, 4 l lgsgcn!
Faon KnsT AfCEtaso Per Wonga Won;j,
Ure tC t-t-JO cska ale. SO cs -mhUky, 8 do oil, S riosflapa. 1 do
akavia, 1 do nernimery, A pkgs leaiker, 12 ca preserved meats,
A box add, HA coils rope, k batter, I em oaeon, 2 brace
pheasants, 2S ca genera, 4 hbda apirita, 3 rs Klaaa, 11 kegs
batterers, )rcsk bnsdy.-. -, -'r- -r , . t
Tbos Sa Faawcisco Per FoTereign, DccJ 26J: 20 cs Cal
wine to T C Henek IO bt bbla whisky lo G Rhodes 1 bxs
aaedieiaea. kss flusr. 1 sewing machine, I nwt iron vessel to
Along Achnck s lot, wine lo Moos T BaHieo. t aOqr sks
f oar. 'to qr ska Urabaoi II ar to L Bartlrtt ; 22 bxa bread, 46
tins crackers, SO bf ska flour, 172 qr ska dour to Holies oc Co.;
140 qr ska floor. 10 ca pint airsx, M tins crackers to II May ;
92 ska bran. SO cska porter, 20 kbda ale, M d broansv io
Adana A. Wilder ; 9 ca boots, 1 rs shirts to Uy man BroV ; 1
case bacon and flah, 20 ska corn, a sks wheat to W Ryan ; 400
bdls sbirrfes. 35 SI lumber lo Capt Chambers ; 706 bdls keg
aaooka, U bbis heads to II liackfeld dc Co.; 125 hfsks floor to
R Love Bro.; 60 k-s pW-klea, 10 ca ptckles, CO rs ketchup, 15
, &o rs rider to order.
' Worn How fltDroao Fer CVyVn, Dee. 37lh '
CoftVe, lbs ' WT OII, wbsle, rails..;.
Curio. ties, cm.... .' ' 8 : Private effects, pkgs.
Goat Skins, pes 8,700 Soch. bbla
Hides, pes. - 33 Tallow, fis
Ivory, lbs. 100, Whale bone. Its......
Walrus beans, esk....... Ii -And stores.
Ott.sp. raUs l
Value Domestie$au348 63 1 foreign.. .f 105,008 87.
Foa Accklaxs Btdbst Per Wonfra Wonga, Dee. 28th :
Salmon, bbls... ....... . 69 Salmon, cases 250
hair bbls M Ssnr, tt.. ....'. 164,177
r Taloe-DosDOStie.... $7.935 27 Foregn.s.3 53 39.
J la trans ilu (men fan Frapciaoo i Alercbaosisa, pkgs.. - 69
Foa Ocbak Islam a -Per Kona Packet, Dec. SI --'
Bread, rs 46. Pork, Uls.. ........... i 2
P-atter, firkins...,....: ' 1 And sandry supplies. , ,.
Pork, cak... .....!.. 2 '
Value Foreign Produce, $514 37.
Fiox 8is Ftiscisco Per Moses Tavlor, Dec 25 x Dr J
B Baondera and wife, J G FuHe'r. Mra M H Rice and dmftAat,
Mrs- A Dudoit and eifld, Mrs Coroey, Miss A Dodoir, Mia D
Dndoit and aervant, Mra Dani Hmlth, Chas O'Nell. J J
Wheeler, Dr A Kennedy and wLfe, 71 Giles wife and infant, A
B Gate, Alias E Brewer, T B BeaaeH, C S Matoon and wife, J
R Helen, R Brigga, w C B Whippte wile and 3 children, Mra
B FLovelaodand children. Rev W Frear wife and 5 chiUlren,
and 35 others ; SI in trantitu for Australia.
Fob Honour lu Per Wonga "Wonra, Dec. 24: Mr. and
Mrs. Preston. Steerage, 9 and 2 children ; 41 in transitu for
Sam. J" roar ise a. i . . . . . . f.
Fob Arsrr4t.la Per Wonga Wonca, Dec. 26 Rt Rev
Dr BheU, Rt Re Df CooU. Thos Ball, MiaaB Ball. E 8 Bray.
W A Hunt, J G Sterry, 8 8tickey, M RoUe, C1 G RoL'e and
wire, Mr Know tea, Rob Kaye, mail agent, and 1J oxbera. . .
Fob 8aw F4ciim-o Per Moaea Taylor, Dec. 28 : Capt
noman, wife an- child. Cant Howlnnd, 8 Xegnin, M PhiUips,
Thos Henderson, Jr, U liyroan, II Honghton and lady, F
FiaAerman. W B llioiDpson, G Claremont, Mia Rose Evans, D
V Parker, W Rogers, Miss Nellie ilosmer, Geo Allen, Manaei
Palgot and wife, W II Uoshier.
n tnis city. December 23d. to tho wits of XLr. Thoa. J.
ammiaa,f A daughter. w
fllD E DA OEHKIGSEn HAVING EXTCRNED,
JL. has resomed his basinesa of , y i f . j j ,
Selling HaVdWare at his Old Stand !
Wbers bo will again
' TTIE TIMES, AND
TTILL SELL IS CHEAP, IF A0T CIIEAPE2
, AST OTHER HOtSB IS TOWN. .
o2 f. V. XVIDTIFIELI.
VVEDNESDA Y, DECEMREU 23.
Loss of the U. s- s. saginaw.
By the Bchponcre Jenny and .XVaiola from
Kaaai on Saturday, we learn of the wreck," on
i vciiu unuu, uuu. a.auw
I nolultt- of the U. S. S. Saainaio, Capt. Sicard.
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succeeeiui attempt k mate a vuauug u.jn u
the China Bteamere) proceeded to Ocean Island,
some 70 miles further to the westward. There,
by some mistake in the reckoning, she ran on
the coral reef, and has become a total loss
hut few valuables bcinz saved. On the 15th of.
November, 18 days after the wrecking, Lieut.
Talbot, a young promising officer, and four
seamen, volunteers, started for these islands, in an
open boat, of course on short provisions.
They were thirty-one days in the boat, and
made the land, of Kauai on the evening of De
cember ICth. - Laying off for the night, they
naturally enough went to sleep from exhaustion,
, I i A-.nA in Ko kroiVoM orwl
Skill tUC UvMV UUIIVU auj " V v.vaku w "
upset. , .The Lieutenant and two seamen were
drowned. Two got on shore alive, but only one
succeeded in getting to Hanalei, not far from
which the' catastrophe occurred. The other was
found dead on the road. The Binxle survivor of
this heroic boat's crew, whose tale is yet to bo
told, came up in the Waiola, having had the
presence of mind to secure the' letters of Captain
tn tru f!nniil whirh vprp nn the nerson
olCara, IO tne UOnSUi, WQ1CO Were OQ Hie person
of Lieutenant Talbot, whose body was washed on
The following are the names of the persons
who were in the boat, on. that toilsomo voyage of
1,000 miles : Lieut, J. G. . Talbot, executive
officer ; Peter Francis, quarter master ;" Wm. Ilal-
foird, coxwain, (only survivor of the boat's crew) ;
Jno. Andrews, seaman ; Jas. Minor, seaman.
On Sunday morning the Kona Packet; a fast
sailing coaster, was dispatched, by the American
Consul to" Ocean Island with supplies. The Ha
waiian Goverment also - dispatched the steamer
Kilauea for the same destination, on Monday even
ing, taking full supplies of provisions and water
for the relief of tbe ship-wrecked crew. Captain
Tbos. Long, an experienced navigator and ship
master, went in . charge, of tbe eteomer. i Slie had
coals for twenty; days, and with the present mild
weather may be looked for in about three weeks.
The prompt action of the Hawaiian Government
in aid of the unfortunate American seamen will
undoubtedly be fully- appreciated by the Govern
ment of the United States. , , -. . f , t , - n
Tho following is a copy of a portion of a letter.
received by a 'gentleman in this city from one of
the officers of the Saginaw :
Oceait Is last), Nov. 15,' 1870.
PsAAfSiaJ Tbe Saginaw ts 'now- non est,"
and as you see, we are on hore duty waiting orders.
We were cast away and wrecked bere on tbe morning
of Saturday, October 20.' All well now, but ragged
and hungry -very ;tfeingxn quarter rations. Have
tents of Bails, and are-as comfortable as possible.
" Mr. Talbot leaves in tbe gig to-morrow, if good
weather, and I shall give him this to hand to you.
" We bave enough to live on for about three months
breadstuff, and more than that of meats, as
there is an abundance of turtle, seal and fish. ... There
are, however, 93 mouths to feed, and they 'take a
great deal to fill them, so the sooner we get relieved
the better.' We shall build another boat as soon as
this one Is gone, in ease of emergency. -
The ship hong together until yesterday,
(that is, the after part) when she collapsed. Try
and arrange it so that we shall come to Honolulu."
-The South Pacific Steamship J
- Line. , ... ,
Mr: "W". M. Ncilson, the Agent of the North
Pacific Transportation. Co., arrived here on Sat
urday last,1 from Auckland," N. Z., per Wonga
Wonga, where he has concluded a contract, (a
printed official copy of. which we have seen bej
ment, and Messrs. Ilolladay & Brenham (be N. ;
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x. Co., representee! hj jir. rsenson, tor tno
carrrae of the maila between San Francisco 'and
New Zealand. Tbe eubeidj granted by the latter
Government is 60,000 per annum. The contract
time is 25 days between the ports, Under a'pcnalty
of 2 rcr hour overtime. The Colunial Govern
ment remits 'all port, wharfage or other charges,
and agrees that there fhall be nono in the future.
Twelve complete services' are i to "be made per
annum. : The Crst steamer is to lcave"Sati?Frail
Cisco '(tho 'Nebraska) Feb. 16, 187 IT add tho
penalty for a non-fulfillment of the contract is
fixed at 25,000. The. most interesting section
io (he agreement, to us, is the 7th, by, which it
appears that we may dr inay not" bo hereafter
made a port of call by the" lino now about to be
established, and which by the terms or the agree
ment is to run for ten Tears. ' The steamer", we
are assured will give ns the go-by, unlets our
Government gives them the subsidy voted, of
$25,000 per annum. : it is folly for usJto say
that tbey must stop here, for they can make a
depot at Tahiti, or elsewhere on tHe route. Here,
re section 7th bf the contract : '
" 7. The said steam vessels may call at two inter
mediate places and no more, between Auckland and
San Francisco and between San Francisco and Auck
land, and such two places may be at any of the Ila
waiian, Society, Navigator's or "Fijian Islands, as
Willi in Keifcon, whose signature is- hereto affixed as
agent,of the Contractors shall think .fit and appoint;
and" such ports as being appointed , may be altered
from time to time by the Cod tractors with the coo.
sent of the PostniMter General, And. not otherwise."
. The contract, as concluded! between Mr.'NeiP
son'and Ir. A'ogel, appears Jbevcry .Pppulafin
iTew Zealand. Tbe. papers .extensively advertise
" The United States, New ZealamJ and Aristrala
sian Steam j Il!aclcetLine,y-; jConsisfing of ti
"'F'owCrfui. side-wheel,. steamers, the. Nebraska,
Nevada, axk! Dflkota, classed A-l at mericao
Lroyds,'and we lckrn ; that j a large number of
pssengetsVere' already booked when theJYonga
Wonga left. ' " - ' -TZ !
! It is. to be h(ipea lhaf oiJr "Government will not
fail to see and improve the advantages to out
commerce and agriculture that 'will 'rconlt' from
the, permanent establisbmcnt'of the New Zealand
line. f Let us npt be penny wise and pound foolish
We understand that Mr. Neilson has addressed
a letter to His Excellency the Minister of tbe
Interior, Ion" the above 'subject inquiring" what
decision II. M.'s Government will make on the
subject of the subsidy. . ...
The New German Bund. -
Baden. And , Hesse have, entered the German
Band. They . have adopted the North German
constitution, which goes into effect January 1st
1871. Baden and lleese are in no way responsi
ble for the recent loan .of the existing Bund;
laws concerning the press and -publie- meetings
will be ' placed within the jurisdiction of 'the
Bund ; Hesse will have two more votes in the
Bund and Baden three, making forty-eight in all
in questions - affecting particular States, their
voters only are taken ; a declaration of war can
only be made with the assent of the Council ;
Southern Ilesse is to return six members, and,
Baden fourteen to the German Diet. It will be
necessary to bave a majority of three-fourths,
and not two-thirds as heretofore; The' last news
iafonns us that Wurtenburg has also entered the
Bund, and that Bavaria is about to do the same.'
The Credit Basis.
It is difficult for one not in business here to
realize tbe vexation and positive loss of time and
money attendant on our mercantile system of long
credits. The accommodation to customers must
be much over-balanced by the increase of prices
which such a system necessitates. An attendant
increase of prices, it is plain mnBt, to a certain
extent, be caused by ' the increased expense of
book-keeping, made necessary,' by loss of interest
and by the expense of collecting bills. But when
we take into account the amount lost in bad bills,
and which, in a' general retail business, is an im
portant item of tbe expenses, we see ..bow the
honest customer has to pay a heavy tax to balance
the losses caused by his unreliable neighbor, and
for the slight privilege of a few months credit.
This comfortable state of things is exactly similar
to the system of assessment of damages in the-
American Colleges, where the destruction of col
lege property caused by a few mischevious stu
dents daring the year, and which averages a large
amount, is charged to tbe whole body of students
in their term bills ; each one, whether he has
ever indulged in "window-smashing or not, having
to pay an equal share of such damages ; a method,
with more. convenience than justice in it, for get
ting over such difficulties.
Many of our business men would be glad to do
away with this btate of things, but reform in a
matter so firmly established by long custom is
impossible without a united effort from the many.
As matters are now, credit is often given against
the better judgment for sake of saving a customer,
as if the custom of those who do not pay their
bills was of any benefit, to any business. . Then
again chance customers are allowed credit, on
small charges of a few cents in amount, and then
when quarter-day comes, after the item has been
through the somewhat elaborate process of charg
ing, journalizing and posting, and honored by
v: i l . i i in .'.j 1 1 l ;t ir :
sent out to find the man who is expected to pay
it ; this is often a kind of hunt which is not only
uncertain, but, if successful, most unsatisfactory
and expensive. The man, perchance, is of obscure
birth, and being unknown to fame, difficult to
find. When he is discovered, if at all, he has
forgotten the matter or pretends he has, and dis
putes it, or h sayB " its all right," and he'll pay
in a day or two, as he has no money convenient
just then. And so be has to be looked up again
with, perhaps, equally gratifying results. In tbe
end the matter co6ts, whether collected or. not,
more than the amount of the bill.
' The results of this system arc business uncer
tainty, and a large and steady actual loss, besides
the heavy drag it places upon every enterprise in
the community. -
r ' Reform, by giving credit, and that for a shorter
time than three months, only to regular and re
liable customers, and a cash business with all
others, would immediately and most favorably in
fluence the condition of trade here.' :T r c ! . ' 1' .
ll r ; n r.t Paris.
Is still beleaguered, and still holding out stub
bornly, at last accounts. Messages brought by
balloons, and reports ef captured prisoners taken
during the sorties, represent that they bave
plenty to eat, and are in no fear bf capture. So
much for the French accounts, which come across
the cable, tbe two English cables being still dis
abled. A fearful prelude to Christmas will be
the roar of mortars and the hissing of shells, to
spread devastation in the beautiful city, so often
called " the capital of Europe." Paris, ic can
not be hoped, will be relieved by any army of
Frenchmen,' however courageous they may be,
and the capitulation is only a question of time.
. Foreign Items.' . ,;: '; '
. The next census of London it is supposed will
Bhow a population of 4,000,000.
Congress was to adjourn from Dec. 22d to Jan.
3d, for the holidajs. , .
- - Tom Thumb has arrived in England, and it is
thought probable that he will-be offered an en
gagement at the Drary Lano. !..;:! 5 " 1
ti Ex-Secretary TSeward has arved at Pekih,
China, in goorliealth. He pfoceeda .thence to
Calcutta; Bombay and the Persian Gulf.
Jlen are frequently like tea the real strength
and goodness is not properly drawn Out of them
until they havo been a short time in' hot water.-
A wealthy citizen of Boston is building what
will be the most expensive private residence "ever
erected in thatcity. . lt.wUcoBt $300,000.
The new uniform of the Russian army is simi
lar to the naval uniform' of ther nations. The
color remains a dark green, and the epaulet's and
gold lace are unchanged.
When Daniel Webster waa ayoungrnan about
commencing' the study of law, be was advised
not -to enter tbe legal profession ,"fof itwas alreadv
crowded. Ilis reply was, " There is room at the
top-i'-'," m : : . ..; v
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Ynsaifoli mtj&gzni mid
NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE!
' VbnsisUrfy Wpart of! n
Elegant Card Receivers,- ? i ' .i '.'.
'" ' Scent Bottles, Jewelry Cases and Walch Stands,
Elegant Book Marks, . itVtlty.eveB i EaUnd
Nick Nacks & Pock6f Scents !
Froes the Ma dsn, Not," a new isn portal ion from Abysinnia.
Viniagjrettes, Picnic, Shell Boxes - r. ; , -
Checker Boards, Oak Envelope Cases,
. i t , v .. . vBoxet Colors, Scented Jlssd. Inka.
CUT CLASS INK STANDS,
r j, Ib gt rjetx, from 4o Cta- to tS.OO. ' : '
POCKET KIVIVKS, AI.BIJT5S,
Cigar Cases, Papier Weights.
New Style Tops, great variety
Cube Blocks, Dissected Games,
Beige Games, ABC Blocks, Ae-,
Ivory Kattiea with ring, "
Fine Variety of Books for the Yonng
" Illuminated Texts, &e. '
'"'" . also. " , " ;:
Fine Engravings of Chiefs of the German
' And Chiefs of the French Army !
Sixes IS x 30 and 12 z 15. . And a FEW SINGLY of
Cblrlfh, Bismarck, Von Moltke, King William,
" - Crswa Prince, and TVnpolron S
RECEIVED DY THE STEAMER !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of -
Diaries for 1871!
1 - awsassssssssss - . (
All these Joo'ls initt be sold vt a Small Advance on
- Cost, at
tI2 31 , , . . TIIOS. C. THRUM'S.
Grand Opportunity in Penmanship
, AND THE ' ;':
Theory of General Principles in Navigation
PROFESSOR J. G. WOOD WILli KA
in Honolulu a few months, and has coDCluded to offer nia
services as teacher to those who wish to acquire a knowledge
ol the above mentioned Sciences.
School will commence Jan. 3d, 1871,
And wiD be held erery erening, (Saturday excepted) com
ineDeingr at 7 o'clock, in the building known as tn KAL'ilA
KAP1LI SCHOOL HOUS,on Smith street, for tho Term of
Terms made known on application to Prof. TFbod,
: ..at (he Kuumakapili Scliool House.
COPY BOOKS, &c, Will be FURBISHED
On Motlrrute Ter ma
Scholars subocrilmitf and entering the School will pay $2-50 in
advance, and will be required lo attend their Lessous regularly,
as they will be charged in JuH at the expiration of the Term,
unless prevented by sickue?. The Professor, during each
week, will pick out some clear evening for the purpose of ex
plaining the theory of taking altitudes of the Moou, Stars and
t'laneta, Mas ii is one of the must pleasing branches of knowl
edge which has ever engaged the human mind. The grandeur
and sublimity of the ol jects it prese ts elevate and improve
the mind, banish low and frivolous passions, and become a
source of never-ceasing pleasure."
The l'rofess-ir will uleo offer bis services as private teacher
of Penmanship, he has also a
Xataral Gift of the Portnjrofsc & Spanish Langnagf s,
Those desiring to acauire a knoaledtre of those laogu-iges will
please to apply soon by letter or by person, so as to order the
proper Books from San Francisco in time. The terms will be
&G.OO for Twelve UMn.
The Professor is a. foreigner by birth, but a eitizen of the
United States by naturaIation. When a lad of fourteen, left
his native land (A tores Island) and was sent direct to the
Rochester Academy, Mass., where he became a scholar and
acquired a knowledge of the Knglish Language, principally un
der the instruction of O. P. Rupg, Esq. d4 1m
H BUTRY 1YZ Airy
Has Just Received per Moses Taylor,
HIS USUAL FINE ASSORTMENT
CALIFORNIA PRODUCE !
d 4 e
A MERRY CHRISTMAS !
. . AND
HAPPY ft! EW YEAR !
STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR!
ELECTRO PLATED TEA SETS, AMER
icau Patter oa, various styles aud prices, verjr complete
Ice Pitchers, Plated Waiters, Flower Stands and Vases,
Knife Ilests; Breakfast Cruets, Butter Coolers,
Uiscult Boxe, Silver Thimbles,
i ?'' Gyroscope and new additions' to
' Chamelon Tops,
Boulette Furores, Solid India Robber Balls, v. . ' ..
Ivory Sets, Fine Ilair Brushes, Folding Screens,- : v
Fancy Work Baskets, Pearl Buttons, - I
r . Machine Twist, - : -
Milward Needles, of the finest quali-
. Put UP iu aem od elegant
. - t m ' .- - j .- v . packages.
Kngliao Pina, very best quality in neat packages.,
". d 24 " s "
ji - tj-ASxt.E'li COOKE.
BMBMIS ! BAIMI ! !
Sell as Low as the Lowest I
"We Have on Hand
For Sale on the Above Terms ! !
T I GUT AA'D
DARK PRINTS OP THE
? Finest Organdy nlnsllns at Zo Cla. per yard.
Finest Gingham Muslins at 25 Ct . per yard. .
Finest Scotch Plaid tng!iams at 30 Cta per yard.
Finest Scotch Check Ginghams at HO to 25 eta. per yard
' Bishop's and Victoria Lawns, Nainsook.
India, Book and ftriped Muslins,
Circassians, Cobargs, Alpacas ami Merinos,
Table Damask, white and Unbleached Linen,
: IWst and medium jQuality Table Napkins. -
Fruit Napkins, Turkish Towels, lluckalmck, ' -
Hussia Crash and Uleached Kussia Diaper,
3 4 IMaid breakfast Table Damask, '.
: Linen Pant Stuff's, fast colors, for children
White, all Wool and Silk and Wool Flannels,
Black Silk Velvet, Wool and Silk and Wool Ih-ess Goods
. riue vrnue Marseilles or 1'iquet at dU Ula. per yard.
Orrs & McNaught's and Brook's Spool Cotton, all num-
bers. 200 yards, and not old stock. ; ,,,
All Wool Water-pronf'Cloth, Light Woolens,
Linen Lning, Fine White and Printed Linens,
Paper Maslin, Corset Jeans, Heavy Ticks. t
Black Pepper, Durham Mustard,' Jamaica Gintrer, i ?
Nuiuieys,. Mace, Cassia" iu mats, Yeast Powders,
Brunei's Flavoring Extracts, Box and Bag Salt, -ti
ii ;l, t j Pure Cider Vinegar, Sardines,. - j .
Crushed and Brown Sugar,
Carbonate Soda, Cream Tartar, Olive Oil,
All of .the ahove warranted first quality !
' " ' Pore Castile Soap,' -' ui' "' 'o'- '
Kendall's Choice Olive Soda Soap,
' ,..'. Toilet, Shaving and Oil 8oaps.
Q- j i ALSO ...
jr T I TV WA R IE !
; Consisting of
Coffee and Tea Pots, Ccffee and Tea. Caddies, 2 4-4 lbs,
covered lin fall, rrom 1 pint to li quarts, " - -1
quart and 1 ftallon Oil Cans, assorted sized Funnels,
Pressed Pans, from 1 to 10 quarts,
j Pressed Bread Pans with side handles,'
Pie Plates, Bread Pans, Orippinjr Pans, Spice Boxes,
Handled Dippers, quart ami pint Cups, Egg Beaters,
Kpg Whips, Strainers, Wash Bowls, lust Pans,
yr. Ifry Pans, Gen, Pans, , - y. . . r f;.
Ancrlcau BrolIrrsV'.'AlI Should 'Have "One.
Also, for the toilet i
', , fine Hair Oils, Lubin's fine Perfumes, i
... Combs and Ilair Brushes, all sisea and qualities,
Ilair and Toilet Pins. Crimpers.
Fail! ' SCrsSOES, 'tolYES,' CROCIIET ;IDLEi
, Amoskeag- Denims, and A'- C A.Tioks ' , ' 1'
Blue Drills, Cottons and Stripes, ' '
Bleached and Unbieached Cottons and Shirtinm,
r - f - .in and Drt Fancy Prints, best quality,
, V. S- v: rrJ . . s. Coborg?, Circassians, Alpacas, ' '
.: j Merinos,
. . i, .... Muslins, Linens, .
Linen and Cotton Tbreitd, -' ' - ' - -
Diaper, Crash, Pant Staffs. Hosiery, Buttons, ...
; ' i ' -Phis, Needles, Crochet Cotton, ' ' '
Blue and White Flannel, Canton Flannels
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Agricultural . Implements !
Paris Plows with Extra Points, Ox Yokes and'fiows,
J!gie stQ. a. Horse A &,U and Weel Plows,
Coltivators. Horse Hoes, No. 1 it i Garden Hoes,
. EbaveU,8pades,Bake8,Oos.Ssytne, Forks,
Oo, Axe, Adz. Plow, Hoe, Mattock k Pick Hand lea. - j
Nails, Axes, Hatchets, Saws, Knives, Chisels. ' ' '
Files, Tacks, Rivets, Squares, Angers, Gimblets,
.. . Butts, Screws, Planes, Plane Irons, Padlocks,
Chest, Box, Door and Drawer Locks,
Mattocks, Pick & Ada,
- Hawke's Brace and Bitts.
Counter and PlaUorm Scales, Self Heating Irons,
Sledge Hammers. 8 tone aod Com son Hasnmers, '
Trace and Lor Chains, Topsail Sheet Chain,
:. Hose and Plan Brasa Bibbs, to Inches, . : . r
Ilnae Couplings. J, 1 and t inches, ' -
... , India Rubber 11 use, J, f, 1 and inches, complete. .
Paints, Oil, Glass, Bnislies,
. , DOWNER'S BRAND ONLY.
' Ftrnltnre, Carriage, Bright k Damar Varnish, "
Polar Oil, of the Best Euality.
UO0P IRON, 3-4 & 7-8 In. BAR
! " IRON All" Sizes'. ' ' '
0CTAG0X STEEL, WHIPS, BRIDLES, CICTBS,
No. 1 COOXil lilOE !
White & Brown Sugar, Molasses.
Gats tie & Cooke.
Uorth Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and Honolulu Routci
The Ompa-y'o SpWaUd A I Sleausahlp
S.FLOrD, - .COMMANDER.
Will Leave Snn Frnaclneo,
Oo or about..
Will Iere Honolulu.
On or about..
Cargo for San Francisco will be received at all times in the
Steamer's Warehouse and receipts for the same given by the
undersigned. No charge for Storage or Cartage.
Fire risks io W arehouso not taken by the Company.
' Insurance guaranteed at lower rates than by sailing vessels.
Particular care taken of shipments of Fruit.
try Shipments from Europe and the United States. Intended
for these Islands, will be received by the Company in San Fran
cisco, if consigned to them, aod be forwarded by their Steamers
to Uonoluln,ree of charge, except actual outlay.
7 Passengers are requested to take their Tickets before 12
o'clock on the date of sailing, and to procure their Passports.
All Bills against the Steamer mast be presented before 2
o'clock on tbe day of sailing, or they will bave to lay over till
the return of the Steamer tor settlement. , . . :
cs 3m H. IIACKFELD & CO., Agents.'
, . STEAM
To Australia and New Zealand.
The California, New Zealand
and Auatruliaa Mail Line f
Sleaui Packets. -
: TUB SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS
1,450 Tone. J. Stewart, Cont'r.
J : " ' ' and" ' ; !'';;;.'::
CITY of MEaLBOUItiVE,
1,300 Tons T. Grainger, Com'r,
. Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above porta,
connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific Transportation
nosoLCLC WILLIAM L: OBEEN.
Aocklako CBUICKSHANK, SMABT fc CO.
Bidsst ......... .............. .H. 11. HALL, U. S. Consul.
ol 3m ,
Regular IHspatcli Xine
' FOR "
SAN FRANCISCO !
THE AMKRICAN CLIPPER '
JB ark Comet,
, , . fuller; master. . . ,
. NOW LOADING AT MARKET WHARF, j
Will have immediate dispatch for San Francisco.
Ail C. BREWER '& CO., Agents.
CHAS. BREWER. & GO'S LINE.
S PR 1 1 G i,S E A & O N 1 871 !
FOR NEWBEDF0RD I
OIL AidD BO WE!
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Doe at this Port, March 15th, 18T1, will load for New Bedford
direct. Has a part of her cargo engaged.
Will Sail about May 10th, 187t
Shippers of OH, Bone, Wool, and other mercbfiiidlse,
. Will find this a desirable opportunity.
Cash Adrauers en Shrpmrnli. ' " ' "' "
d24 3m C BREWER & Co., agents.
p o rr 1 H X T I !
The A 1 American Brig
Sh. ell eli off,
HOPKEN, Master; ; .::
WiU have Immediate Dispatch for the above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
. dl7 . . THEO. H. DA VIE3, Agent ,
The American Clipper
DUE HERE LATTER firvr s id MONTH.
Will Sail for above Port immediately after tier: arrival.
Freight or Passage, apply to ' :''
d!7 td f , H. IIACKFELP & Co., Agents.
FOR VICTORIA, B. C.
.: ' i . . . . ;. ;,.
. i a lie urtusu irig . . ., .
Robert Cowan !
... WEEKS.' Master. ' ' -
Jlavtng lit, greater part of her Cargo engaged will
he nniEDIA TE , DJSl'A TCII for
. ; . the above port. . . .
For Freight or Passage, apply to . ,
, d!7 td . WALKER if ALLEN, Agents. ,
FOR SAN FIlAWeiSCO
THE A 1 AMERICAN SCHOONER
MARGARET CROCKARD !
,169 Tessa Register,
; - : GODFREV ....MASTER . , , i
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
d3tf . THEQ. H. PAY1E3, Agent.
For SYDJVEY DIRECT
:!: , ,.,,THE BRITISH BASQUE.
C2 iSt S t X O JOL O
A 1 at Lloyds, 14 years, '
. Has part of her cargo enpsged, and - -
Will hare Quick , Dispatch for the abate pftrt.
for freight oc passage, apply to i ' . -i
d3tf , .., , THEO. H. BATIKS.
...... : ' : '' i 11 . '
FOKTJL AWI, OREGON
. ,-. THE VAST SAILING BARKESTINK
JANE A. FALKINBURG,
. WM. CATHCART, MASTER,
For Freight or Passage, having Superior Accommodations for
Cabin Passengers, apply to -o29
CASTLE COOKK, Agents,
j- i . l . . i l ; . I
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAINA.
THE SCHE. HETTIE 1IEEEILL,
" '-. ' K. D. CRANE. U aster. ' ' ' ;
iTHIIlaaBegnlariy VetweeaThU Port and Labalaa,
nenelali erery Maaiay aid Lahaloa erery Thursday.
d!0 , ,; . t H. HACKIKLD at Co Agents.
t .' - - (. : . . i ..... . ... i -i - .
Will ran aa a Begular Packet to the above port. For Freight
r Passage apply to '
nl2 6m WALKEIt fc ALLEN, Agents.
Regular Packet for llanalci, Kanai.
THE CLIPPER. SCHOONER
FAIRY , . .
K A AINA. MASTER, '
WiU Sail as a Regular Packet as above, (
For Freight or passage apply to
WALKER k. ALLEN. .,
WILL OPEX A NEW ESTAB
lishment on the ARRIVAL OF TBE COMET
this month, and give his attention to
Carriage Trimming, Saddle and 1 Harness
MAKiNQ AND REPAIRING .
In all Its branches. Every Description of Article connected
, - with the Business constantly on hsnd, at :
Moderate Prices. . Give Him n Trial. t' !
Fort Street, nest door to Ooyernment Buildings. dlO 6m
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED TO GIVE HATUVACIicv iv t
HARDWARE AND GENERAL HERCflAHDi
WE IMPORT ALL OUR GOODS FROM MANUFACTURERS exqLa
. "THE" FOLLOWING AND A THUUSAWD AND O.s El..;, i R
ARTICLES FIWE --HARDIVABe". ETC.
' ' , ' ' ' 'That ' neither .'Time nor . Space will allow U td Enumcat.
HARPEMERS', COOPERS', MACHINISTS' AO AGIilCL If f f f M
' ' ."' V OF" A' Lis KINDS.
HUNT'S (and . other makers) AXES and Hi.T(;ili:T of Evcrr
I.---'-' '' ' . .. '
NAILSCwt Boat, Wrought, and FinUIi.
rsD 2 S
. . .. 2
! H it - i
A LABOE ASS0ETMENT OF BITS, BEIDLES, SPURS, Etc, E!c. !
SIIiVER PLATED 8fiaffle and Metropolitan Prirtof Bits. : LIGHT II A Kf MOVXTisr y
SWrer Plato aod Japanned.' CIO SADDLE TREKS, Japanud a.M S..f r Mu.ntl.,
MARKET BASKETS. Wrted '1im''j '. STo6kS AND DIES, IWI rv.'x.l, tU Urt-r. t .in mi . .
Keg Barreland Cask RIVETS. A Tery larga asaortsneot of Aas1oa MACIUVf: iJOIfS.
Best Hick Spokes, from 1 to 2 1-2 locb. Best Hickory Klma, from I to 11 Pnt an oa,
Z IS s. a U O ks 1 A K1sSbA U AsFf.lsUtrl P.Ifal rt H fSsl. IrOID Si IB SJ WM I mm
Bridle and Saddled
Saddle Nails, Carriage Lining Nails,
' ' n .s TMAnA1 TTnrnaSS nni1(lA
- - and Rings.' - I
Carriage and Hunting or Riding Whips I ; S
A great variety, pat op in Oil, In esoa from. 1-2 to 26 lb cant, all of the TE&Y
: - BEST.
Also, a goodlof assortment Dry Paints 1
AndtPaUy. Chalk. Whltiag, ,
;::, French Red and, Yellow, Ochre,
v. ' . i.. Fire-Proof Paint, . r
" v.- : r : ;Hbbuck Pure AVblte Zinc '
f (...;.;,,. .' and Lead.
v.w . ... ..: . . , .. .asoue Linseea uii.
t . , : . . 1 P
Devoes1, (fcpal and Damar Varnish I.I s
TURPENTINE, BLACK JAPAX
"'' KNOTTING COlvi POSITION,
.. . . '. .-'" .:-t
O H SO a
2 a - a- 5. J
o a, Cm
. t -
5 , v
. BRONZE IRON BRACKETS. U alaes, aomethlDf rery ategaot and ebeaps ' '
PANCr WALL BRACKETS; east Iron, colored ImHatioa at Black Valnat, quits aa hiadsocM .
i Walnut, not haU as expenalre and wlU not soil tba Wall Paper. , , k
r Also, a Opeat Vairicty of Seine Twin.'
f Wrapping Twines, Fish Lines, 1 " Cod Lin,1 ': ' ! Fish Uooks ' '
U A'jST:E R S OF S H I P S DESIOinG tr!
Sliould feall at KTo. 35 Kixifj Strcr'
yyhere.-the'can Get,. Double and Single Barrel. GuhsV Towdr. -1
" of all sizes. Shot Ponchea, Powder Flaaka, Pereoaaion Capt, Eler'a)1'
w i i And a half dosen other styles and qualities to Sait, frou 100 to 100,000. 7 ,
CHEAP FILES, all slaes and kirrfs, ' Baacber Kb I res. got out expressly tor trade. Botcher Steels. I
CONNECTING . LINKS TOPS4IL.CU A1N8. COOPER'S. HAMMERS AND 1 R
. . . And Other Tools, all of which will k , . 1
Sold at Prices that will civo Satisfac
''TACKS of all ktods, Unpad, common troa. jgweeds Iron, paXont doable poUUd. '
Coffin Tacks, Screwi, Plates, and Handles.
I .i ' '. ; asaortsnent. v v - ...
Carter', Copying Inli !
in pinU and quart. . ,,,:-; ., ,.;
JST.EAHI GUAGES I
CRUET STANDS, Weetro plated. '"" '
Wrought 8Uples for Wire TenoiDg.
Tho Real Manila Cordage, 1-2,
8-4,1, 11-4, ll-2,l-4, 3 In.
The Kc.ii: JSalinff.; Rope, two
Anv One wishina to aet DRY GOODS at aBaro?n vi
CALL IMMEDIATELY, AS WE WISH TO CLOSE OUT TBI- tAg'
... . . , - " - w a, a wwss. . .hV d
. . iiiTD sviirir
Of Cassimeres. Horrock's White Cotton, and other brands. Vnrnltnre Prints. Just received. i.ir.1
TnllaTahla Cfttm. Whlls Rlwlt Wnhili la.. l.a lnannlln Vattlno Rnool , a Htva-a
: i Shoe lacings. Linen aad Bilk, TIIOM PSO N'S GLOVK FITTINtV CO '
lane Table Damask, ruroltore Damask and Oimp, Best Whits Uua " "
These with tho Thousand and one things not tno
jvr rk tw . . t
DEALERS ArJIJ CONSUMERS Op
WHO WILL FAVOlt US WITH Tlllili: Tit U)P I
AND THE UNITED STATED.
- . ... I
AND WILL SELL AT "BED ROCK" aRlCti
;SPIKES--Cut, Wrought, & Ship, Vlnin .v Ui han
a -n a
r 7 3 i
a mi .
p ? ? c
ft r - a 3
i i : ' -
1 .lncn- ."l"Vrl-L.Zi t.-.r.iT. P., .. llickor Whlffletrees and Crsa lUr. t 1
Best Hickory MOKiryann prospi.-. - - -- - ., i
Stump Joints. Top iTopi, dih irow, .t 1 - . y
, I i a . .J. A A - ' i - ' ''If11
Large M nle Collar aad Ilaraena,
: ,. Plow and florte Cart Ilirit,
Trace Chain, i i
H O J ..Iff. IS !
i t a
-f - 1 :.,M t
Universal Steel Plows, D. IlaDdleA Round Puln(e4 P(i1es sad M'
liay and Manor Forks. Long; Handle 8pal and fcbo"".
Steel, Iron and Wnodrn Kakrs. OOtf, best Cast Mfl
' Scythes and Snaths, Oi Hnsrs, 1 1
Ox Chains. Lc Chains. Vat Pa .
'.,,''' ' -V ' '' Monk-711"
Wooden Il.indles or Every Iccrifl'
LOCKS A great variety of every kind.
Butt Hinges, every size, Brass & Ir:
Heavy Brass Ship Butts,
Copper Rods, from 1-1 to 1 1-4 In firl
BlAaiB STEEL,, i
" Square and Octairon, rrom J-2 to IH
W I R E Bright Iroo. Drass and Oonnsr. from Mo. 1 in No. 14.
Wire lor reocins; No, 4 and No, . Palold Wooden Te
OedarTuba and Palis, Brass and Iron Hooped. -J"
flsirsnliMi irno Tos aua t'siia. aasortiea
. IRON FURNACE BOlM1,!
Eudlcss Variety of Poclcct Catlerj, Sail Needles &flooks. Blarin g'1 t,
' 1 1 Sewing and Koping Palms,4 Bail Twine, Best Copper Taeka, Ship's Scrapers, thick steel.
fcbeltoo's Upholsterers Roan II sad and J i
T" 'SF is Saa sa BaS- - -
wy riees or saw. .""If
Brown Cottons ' by pier or t1
Henry's CarMnes and KtHs, '
CartrKlfs for Henry sUflna, Us Parfcx rUr-"
THE REAL HAVMACICA"
- A few Utoosand of which we w
iU close cut t"r
Dark Rosin for Ship's Use,
Itnstn Pale. So.
UenUemen's Wblts) Linen Uandkerchleni.
be Sold by :
4saash . sjsssswsM.asaiisBs :stf"isa