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Tm (ma arrival slsc ur twt fcave ln Ax r;
cxn Kkocr C. M. War' I, from ta r"" i,Un Ar' r ra:'
bark H-o W. Almjr. fr NeweaaU-. N. . W., with c -a:,
w mast. i:ih, Br.t.sh i-'imf MargT-for, Irom fj.I:.-?. -?.
W,wuh ranrt and :'. en rente f.r San rnr.r-.v-..
I. , li. Uackfetd A. Co ; 1 St?i, Ajnr'-an bark C'ru't.iih rrg-
arf-d merrhsn.i'-e f C. Pf'I A. "o
The J.-j-artures nve fc-.en, -n tV lOth.bark !'.. m. f r
M-io-i, B. C.aol th stn!:n M.-f6 ' f-r
C i. Btrtow his htM two d.j' mI? 't L? c&f.t.au J t.,
Bi4.rru)cf EoglUh dry ', etc., at aurti ..o, at l.i.b, while
mid articks hare g r. at a asx-riSc, g-rrally f..ir I ric s
have been realii-vl ia v.esr cl the time".
The arrirai of the Com-t en iie bri us Hn Frau-
r,-tlii 14 Dec. 31t. Th're is to DOUbl chang- in mar
ket rpor.s tt ITawalUa stapka. We 0,'ix.w :
i osa Thers ia very Lull 6-tnanJ (,r iwi at ih:.s a.n
r.f ih yrar, dot ta ihr ma. h efferin;. The stork cf Hawai
ian inctry grade m vry banted, ocr is thre mura of aoy
otner description on sal. Ths California Brdsrj is carrtir.g
the balk a Ihe supply, tin afr4l of which do- nr,t proo
aaly eiceed S,0).(aai Its. W qaf-ta Hawaiian f.r-ic-ry t-rabs
al 9.210 according to ,aLty. The BeCwr price l.t u.
t.r Crushed. HKv Cute and Powdered, lll'-j ;rr.aUi..l.
1122111'; OAlen "C," 10c. China la flnnly bfcl at M
vie 1 ib three graJta m mala.
Motti Tb Cost U juat at hxxul tront II vbolulu with
mail auplia of llari.an. Thus w ivxe at Hi'.
hntf to etra ctjice, Z.itZtjc, Um Jrrn'r rai (.r Jlu.Uujd.
Corru-!M bagi Kcna, waUcc in first Lia.f, 1 r ri.te.
Kiel-Hawaiian Tii.l. Tc.
h ir-Q,i :a at TlGTir.
Jilliornc, I rn r 17th, liTJ.
Mnan. tirr-f and Murray mli, at ih'ir room this day, un
dr lnatrurtiroa from tb importtr. M raara. J. W. riwa vn
A ruatl anJ Coes a.a. Vc Coria, 4.44 mala Java aojar, reat
uin t-t mkl.U.rn ttut coUI X4 l'ja , ani for (Cr.ny rt
mn ll ia CU 64. p'r too. Ttry aiao a.kl 2,V.'i mala arul
oku 4mnalanl aol oaer a-rta. reaXia for Btedium
r.mtT. X.tJ 10 tt 111 !.; 1-jW yellowa, 10a. to .Jl
loa ; browoa, X.'H l t 10. I'.r Ivti; rat.oi.o, :J to
Xii lj do.
rLitr, Vcwibt lSih. 173.
Tb arrival of the onxr.e-tl rarrra film llviv-lul l J---pmartf
th mark nor? th-tn :(&! bar beca eipreld.
Tbia anay b attribatni t the fact tiat prtkna wr iramr
dtalely o(T--rel t aaU. Kationa arJ'i at tH I'M. to til, el
lijwa aa A3u n. Tb! hiffi prirrm r'alix-d t,t -f-
vmua ahtmrata acem to ba Ua wsn tiri'-ra t-j t-urt
lh.it whrn Ufr rarga tam to hjml lh nw M tunliua
wu alao In & raarkxt. Th uaia ti ablp kere -r ll.ts.lii'.u
ia wk'n tb Aral ot t.hir araaoa'a produce rorrfa in, a the
iAuai market are fneraliy bore at tbat part ct the year.
Auiitio, Deremtvr 3JI, 173.
Hkuiii Tluf ca(o of orfr el liaootVaa. frura U'hvJ iIu,
waa aubcajiUml Ia turba lliia warlr. aoi ail dnipAavd of ai
from 1X1 Vm. to 1-13 in. Mauritius mugtm bate bven flrnily
hUt by tba ImrMrtera. V o,wu t Maaritiua wtuta rrytal,
i lt 1M. to iM; jry crystal, d-); bright yellow rrystau,
XJi; fl.-at coamtcra, w til; a-rorl cvuaura, .23 to 34.
Allrea froca Maaritiua are to OctxJr lllU. Our rral r
wll fuv;mbrr Itiat ihera ihe ptaxl:ra are very advabta-oualy
aituaieil aa to a market t,r thrir aajira, aa purchasers rome tt
lh-0, Irssteaal of tbeir trading their proJacia abroad for !.
Tba lUuwing will be luterealicg :
rHuaa Tba market la now teeuruiug fairly su iei,I
tttnagti sugar anaking haa still breo freqaently itupedel by
tvnj wvatker. Sioca the arrival of ttw mail the rtcuianj tr
II. ,"oibay baa been much, k sa active, and floe grey togr yish
white augara are aoroewbat cheaper. Low greys, Nua. 12 to
15. cootioae ararca and have bee parchaaed at tanner pricea.
We quote about ft 75 d-jUax ta i.iti dulUra per luO !ts t.r
fr to 1J, whirb are very acaren, dollars to A lO dolUra fr
IHo. 14. ami 0.1) dollars to 8 duOars f r Noa. 15 to It). Tbeae
price are eqnaJ to about 26a. 11. per cwt., coat arwl freizbt, Pr
No. 14, with cichanga at 24 jver rent, premium, and freight at
a,M. and per rent, per ton. Whites and yellows have been
in leaa active demand, both t.r Bombay and Australia, and
pcirea of whites hare declined about n to 2) cents per 10U tbs.
Tb-iae of fine yellows, however, have been maintained. Fine
la Bneat white crystals are quoted at 7.t) dollars to 7 C3 dol
lars per 100 fte; good ta fine ditto, 7 doflara to 7 40 d'Jlars;
(nil to Una white counters, 0.7ft dollars to 7.60 dollars ; fine
yellow rrystala, 6 75 dollars to 7 dollars; atrong yellowish
crystals (brewers) 6.7ft d'Uars to 7.44 dollars; Cue yellow
counters, ft. 50 dollars to 7 dollars; fool ditto, 0 dollars to ft 25
dollars; brown and low ye'dow ayrnia, ft d. liars to 6.75 dollars;
hi w to flae red ryrups, 3.75 dollars to 6 liars jr luO t.
Dulrirt Makawim Hitleukol floyr' Boarding School
LUvalton, 2,170 Fttt atoie the Sen.
ftummary of Oteervationa of Thermometer and Bain Cuagc
the ten moutha ending Dec Slat, 1S73
ft r. M
ImwI .... . .
t) 24 hour.
Wit Bt lb.
ft a. M
Mb Apj MylJa Jul) Aa jrJep Oci i No .Dec
IfiO.t 61.0 02
!74.0 4.8 75
!M 0 M S 71
IH4 0 S1.0 SS
67.0 57.0 59
1 4.7 64.5 4S.4 83 2 5 ''-3.2
A ) o a fiji o tt a r-t J AO
.7 71.7 9.9 70.1 M.3 85.J 4.2
.0 90 0 84.0 91 .0 84 0 79.0 73 0
0 62 0 01.0 6X0 60 0 57.0 54 0
I 1 !
19.0 SO 0 24.0 22 0 26.0 2L0 27 0 20.0 '21 0 14.0
... 62 2 60.9 57.5 'W 2
.............. '72.1 6.7'7 6 67.1
,67.8 64.7,02 7 02.1
.... .... 1... . I'il.O 73.0:77.0!7i 0
ft P. M
im 24 Aoars.
No. I TraJtt.
.. .... . Jrf.w -U.SJ.U O-
17.0 14.0 15.0.110
.'...67.4.&I.S 63.5 63.4
' i I !
13 22 21
i 1 i I
Vju. I IT. trad
10 I t
Rain.fuJl i.. 9 :15.7 2.S 0 0 10 ;UI jl.0 jl.8 ft.8 .9.T
F. U. Viuss, rruactpal:
POIIT OT HONOLULU, H. X.
10 felrht Fairy Queen, Kaalna, from Hanalci, Kauai.
10 riehr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Lahataa. Mani.
10 bf Moi Keikl. PAtey, Iroia KaboUii, Maul.
11 tmr Kllauea. Taylor, from Hawaii and Maui.
11 Hchr Luka, Kaai, from Molnaa, Kauai.
11 floop Live Yankee, Chirk, from liana, Maui.
12 Am arhr C M Ward, O W Rickman, 29 Jays from
12 Am bk Helen W Almy, Freeman, Si diys from New-
raatle, N H W.
13 - Brit stinr Margregor, IT Craingcr, 23 days from
13 Htbr U ilama, 'Whitf.rd. front Kona A Kan, Hawaii.
14 Hcbr .M Jo Morris. Liuta, fin Kaatnakakai, Molukaa.
14 tm fcUUoea, 1 ay lor. from Kona. Hawaii.
15 An bk Comet, P P MaepherJ, 14 days from tiaa
II BtBf KlUoes, Taylor, for Maui aid Hawaii.
13 FU-hr Mary Ellen, Jim, for Kahului, Maui.
14 Bra stmr Macgregor, Grainger, fur Ban Francisco.
14 HIoop Live Yankee. Clark, for Ilaoa, Mani.
II chr Miii Keiki, Patey, for Kahului, Mani.
14 Pchr I.aka, Kaai, fur Kona, Hawaii.
14 Wear Fairy Uuecn. Kaaina, for Hanalci, Kauai.
14 Hch Bob Boy, Adams, fur KooUu-
15 ftmr Kllauea, Taylor, fur Kona, Hawaii.
15 Hchr Jenny, AUlhstisr, 4r Kolo Ac Waiiaoa, Kauii.
Foa Kona aD Kr rVhr I'ilama, sails this r
Fob CiacviT op Kat al 8tmr Kilauea, sails on Moolay.
VE.SSEIJ IN I'OUT.
II B M's team rerrttte Tcnedos, E II L Ray.
, Brit ssh bk Finwiy, Norton.
Br wh bk Adventurer, UereoJeen, repoirto f
Haw arhr Kona Packet, King.
Haw brig Unwajrd.
Haw bri Win II Allen, eWhn:idr.
Am achr C M W ard.U W Bickman.
Asa bk fleien W Almy, Freeman, disrharging.
Ana bk Comet, P P thepherd, discharging.
JJ- Bocae anikty ia frit for the sai".ty of the Hawaiian biig
Kaaktaamcha V, Capt Weeks, which sailed hence on a whaling
and trading voyage to Micronesia, Dec 15th, 1S72. Fhc Is re
ported ts3 have kft Bonape, (M.irshail Isbtnds) on the 0th cf
August last, for Honolulu, Intending to touch At some islands
on the way. It la known that the inhabitants of many of the
Ulanda in those seas axe savage and treacherous.
The hark Comet mad the passage to 8au Francisco in 1!
days, arriving Dec 23d.
The bar ken line Jane A Falkinburg, which sailed hence the
same day with the Comet, arrived at Portland Dec 20th, 21
day a passage.
The Hawaiian bark Mattio Maclcay sailed fiom AstorU tut
llouotulu. Dee 29 ih.
The German bark Ctllert, sailed lrom Liverpool ?ej t 27 :h.
for Hoooluiu and f?an Francisco.
The brig Tanner aaaed from San Francisco Dec 29th, lor
Uoootulu via FI am bold t.
Hailed from Ban Francisco, Nov 24th, Java, FUb, to cruise;
27th. Camilla, Pnlver, do; Dec 2d, St Gcor?e, Knowles, do;
0th, Jireh Perry, Owen, do; Helen Mar, Even, lo; 9;h, Mar
engo, Barnes, do; 14th, Lotus a, Ludlow, do; Lire Oak, Smith-
era, do and home; lSlh, Ml Wollajtoo, Mitchell, cruise; 19th,
Progreaa, Dowdem, do; 23J, Alaska, Father, do; 25th, Florence,
Waiiama, do; 27th, Midas, natuH, d''; 2Sth, Sea Breeze,
Vreeha, do. In port, Ocean Steed, lor sale; Russian baik Ttt-
gar, ncertaio. -
. Baker's hlaad Report.
8hiD Eleclra. M F llevlie, matter, sailed July 9th, with 1,200
tons of guano. .
hip Enos Boule, U B Soole, master, sailed October 2th,
with 1,150 tons of guano.
Bark J tt Ilea, D D Rosa, master, aUed November S'.h,
with 810 tons of guano. -
fhl C M Davis, E II Thomron, master, sailed December
15th, with 1,4 tons of guano.
An these ships traca at Cork or Falmouth for orders.
The weather has been very warm and the wind light this
eaoa.. ' -Dti!o: HcvrsTcat, Sopcr't
IIwlstBias IbIabkI Krpsrl.
BLing Phillip, Daly, master, arrived June 12th, and
10th, vith 1,C75 tons of guano; 14 days taking In
Premier, Menithew, master, arrived Sept 3d, and
Zltt; 9 days taking in guano; took 1.S47 tons, and
350 kxis bailast. , - . - .
ship Jfartra Luther, Schjonning', master, arrired
id saale Nov 19th. with 1,179 tons of guano; laid
at the buoy
s 10 days, and discharged 600 tons of ballast.
CarT- Baiocs, Sop't.
It trT rl
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it . . . nioiii 1
N.VrrU - U . t. k a.trors,.'
l.r.'Z'1 f.'-i.i t:ie s-.ulhvrir.i. !.:-!i 1!-! f.r fur days; tli'
t I'll- ! to l!f l .-'.t. Mi'l-: Lhtstmat liUt.-J Nov lllh.
wi-..l l.hi ff-m tl.-emtward. Arr.r.:.l at Jrv t l.lanl at 4
r n t!.c I It Jar f,r LnderLury laluid at 10 a m
.1 t:. 17th. w:;.l i.j'.t from IV filwirl. Arrivl at Ktxler-
1 :ry at I r ' r. tii.- 1. l.fi the latvr iilar.J f .r luk'r's at
2 r m on t!ie w ir.-l frT:. r..rn the KN K. arrivir j tU re at
1 n 11 t.V: I.' It IUWt' f.r II vt-.a:iU'i I!a..i at 6 a
m Nii Uth Arr.Y-d ih- r- at .1 r M sime dav, strot e br-jeae
fi 10 Y: l:NE- f-eft II .Jlar. I s I r Bak' r's at 3 a M ler 4lh.
air:T.: ;;at lui- r' n! l '.ij r m sarr.e ilav. wind r-ry troc;
fr.m t!.? UNI:. Isi: t:. ti-1 is' t:. I f r ilm-jViI-i ht 11 30 a
m l e l.t!i. v..nd I .-ht frr-rn th ccrtl.ward. Lxsr r.eed
I'r,: ; tra!'. w;th l.eavy s- a, tl.e er.f.r" paia;e. H.hte.!
Kui Jin !!, win 1 Llowir.? v-ry strcr j ffni the eaatwar-l.
n the th. Lid ii?.t a.rs aivl taiT.jig w.r.ls. NMwl haultd
to the IT. on the l'rth. tlowmg very tr jz.z. w.th heary sea and
n. i- h ra.ii. N'lt day w.r.l shift- I tj t:i; rtW. Arr.ve-1 ia
.ort J a l-'th 2t diy' paa?.
Kamaka. a Hawaiian seaman. lr'pi-d d- a-1 -t L-att l.t
'e sli.l or. ! itv, the t.'-,n- r Ltyii.c d .-ii. l r.n at Baker's
Rlrum r l!k lir, I'. I. -11 1 entki), Mi-ru
I.' ft r1!.-! IliM.-cirii ILe ! Ji:i : h a r-K viirl ar. 1 n.a.
and haaied ir.Io the N W i,u the Jl The next St Jtys Lad Cne
br-ei from .N W t H. 'o the 11th ei,r.,unfr'-d a cyclone
ar. 1 jt for"a.l. and w,t r--ui.d to avd it f.nce then hil
I j'.t wsur'.y ar.d ea-wly vt.rels to fort of II nolulu
Kcruar or Ptttimuir Ma ottuot, H. Gaaisoca, Coa-
MOi'Ci,-1,413 tons r-glxlrr, 3."0 nom. II P. Left Sydn'-y at
Sm SatarJay, I-'C 2ilh, and eipericnred stroi.g taalerly
and i.ortl."ist r'.y wi:!s w.th havy sea and overcast weather
till the 2th; string g ile and h'-ay s-a to the 23th; fruto
th- r.ee to KaiiJavu t.' r.g tasler'y iti.l. Artie-1 at Kn-
1 tu at 9 SO a M MoiuJay, the 20tb. Paving the new Fijian
t.'oi.scl anl th'r Vk' Consul Messrs Layard and srn)n board
II 11 M'sfl "I'earl," Commod' tlixulenouch. Traiuh.ped
px..r.jers arvl arjo from bran h steamer " Govemor Li:.u;k
a!l " an l I ft ;nn at 5 p M. Lxjrienced staong gales frutn
N.K t:.l the Ulit, then l ;ht i-reevs ffm same ijuarter to
Jan 7:h. Crvsaed the iuator at 4 a Ja.n;:h; freh and
sir its' easterly wiiels and h-y swell till the 10th; from thence
to arrival moderate .-E to r"W Lre.-r-s and fine we.ith.-r. Ma-le
llonolul i at 3 r M Jan 12th, living to same night; Crel guns.
Line rjthls ami rock ts. T'x.k the, j-ilot at 0 4o a at next 111 or n
inf. At 11. j a Jan 7th rectired a sudden and very ptr-rrj-t.hle
shock, f- r v.:i h there was no bi-j-arent rauae, in Ut
4o 3 It N, lor.g 1;5 3 ai W, clar weather and g-od ot.s-.rv-ati's.
1 he " Mat grxr " has been employed ia the China te
tr!e h- rtto,re until chartered for s.x tnuctks by the P 51 ft 9
Co, b. fore being employed in this service, fche is a very good
s-a boat, and h is made s-.nie g ol passages t-t we-n San
lunrnw and Hor.gkiri. fhe wa built in li72.fr I N
Margrejor. Lsq. f lith, who it a-.-j the owner of the iteit
steamer, the "Mikado."
The - Macgp-gor " brings 75 p-.ngers, including 20 in
the saloon, 0 of wh- in are lor th. --rt- There is ami le room
I 't nKre. II. tlaesr Weaves, Purser.
Ftos HvDcr n Ali tLiiIi-Per Margresor, Jan. 13th:
21 pkgt Mdse, cs lrapery, 3 cs Cards, 1 bale Hops. 1 pkg
Sample, 60 cods liune Lasl.ng, 3J do Ilojie, 1M bis Uoap to A
in ci-ghorn A Co; ai-l li7 1 i.gn MJe in tratimtu f-r Han
I" son NtcTLt, N. r. W. Per Iltl. n W. Almy, Jan.
13th: I0J tons Coal, fj bulls (iunny lias, 125 do Mat Uaf s
to Capl Fieeraan.
Tbom ?t I'atM lico I'tr Com-1, Jan. loth: 16 t..vea,
6 bndls Hollowware, 2 rs MJse to Ht g-.-lken A Co; 1 pig M-lw
t J Nott A. Co; 1 se Mle, 3 d j IPejts and Shoca to M Mrln
erny ; 12 do W ine, 1 do hiakey, 1 do Tobacco to If A Pt-irre;
2 this W biskey, 1 bale Corks to li Khod.-s; 1 rolls Leather, 1
bodl heep bkins, 3 do Saddle Trees, 1 do Whir, 1 cse Mdse
to P ballon; 1 bx Coda Tiers to llollister A: Co; 12 pkgs Mdse,
4 bis Tea to ring Chocg A Co; 40 bndls Mats to Afocg Ac
Arhuck; 9 pk( Mdse, 1 n sts Broomf, 1 bx Itarley, 1 kg rkiy,
40 cs Od to Lig Chotig A: Co; 19 rs Mdse, 1 nest Urooius, 1
bag Pepper, 1 do Atatuies to Yeo Hop A Co; 17 ta Mdse, 2
mats Mall to Look thong A. Co; 2 bndls Shrimps, 1 bag Fish,
1 pkg Mdse to Yoke Choi.g dc Co; 3 cs Whiskey to Crown A:
Co; I cse Hats to I Richardson; 14 pkgs Cuttle Ftsb, 2 cs
fhip Chandlry, 11 roils H-mp Cordago to A W Peirce k Co;
1 J z hutioncry to T l Tbrurr; 2 i s Photographic Fixtures
to M Dickson; 1 cse Picture Frames and Moulding, 4 d
Chairs, 1 do Urackets, 1 do Class to M T Houncll; 1 bx Pcr
onal KfTecta, 3 cs Stationery, ft do Mdse, 1 do Class, ft do
Drugs, ii pkg Assorted Groceries, 3 cs Wine, 2 do Whiskey,
1 do Litters to Order; 0 qr sks Flour, 433 pkgs Assorted Gro
ceries to Judd A. Lame; 75 cs 11 read, 20 bis Fruits to Walker
A- A Ilea; 90 c llread, 2 do Cudfhth, 3 do Mdse, 2 do Cheese,
625 skd Flour to Ilolks A. Co; 010 sks I'luur, 349 pkgs Assld
Groceries to II May; 2 cs Fancy Goods to J II lllack; 3 ct
Shades to A S CleKhorn; 20 bis Apples, 100 this Lime, 100 cs
Coal Oil, 100 sks bran, 15 cs Cigars, 1 bx Hardware to C
llrewcr A Co; 3 cs Haddlery, 10 bndls twiddle Trees, 40 sks
Hour, 40 do llran, 10 chests Tea, 10 sks Potatoes, 4 do Ouioos,
6 bis Apples, 1W cs Coal, 2 do Ox flows, 14 do Mdse to J T
Watcrhouse; 1 bx Pomp Valves, 20 cs Tobacco, ft cs Cigars,
(29 pkgs chooks, 60 kgs Heads to U II ac Wield 6c Co; 30 pkgs
Md-te. 160 do Cordage, 10 rs Cigars to M rj Crinbaum Ac Co;
1 bx Glass, 1 do brushes, 1 do l'aint, 11 pkgs Windows, 3 cs
Hardware to Lowers Ac Dickson; 2 cs Giant Powder, 1U0 sks
Flour, 2 bxs Drugs, ft sks Osts, 3 bales Meal, 3 pkgs Hard
ware, 2 do Mdse, 5 sks W heat, 1 bag Carols to Castle Ac
Cooke; ft cs Furniture, 75 pkgs liroouix, 40 do Flour to E P
Adams: 1 pkg H. ives, 1 tM Crucibles, ) do Boa Stone, 4 do
Sand, 12 pkgs Mdse', 1 cse Sheep Shears to T II Davies; 93
pkgs Md2 to K O Halt A Son; 49 kg Nails to W il.ler Ac Co;
2JO pkgs Mdse to I. urn Fir; M pkus Mdse to Dillingham tc
Cot 9 pkgs Hardware to Wailuku Plantation; 143 pkgs Gro
ceries and Crockery to T Mossman A; Co; 22 pkgs Groceries
to G C McLean; 64 do Jldse to M Phillips & Co; b2 do do to
llyinau llros; 207 pkgs Groceries, 00 sks Flour to U Mcln
tyre Ar 11 ro; 21 pkgs China Ware, 132 do China Groceries to
Assce k Actions; 010 sks Flour to Ah Nam; 27 pkgs Mdse to
Sung ( hong; 1 cse Mdse. 75 coils Rope, 100 sks Flour, 13 rs
Coal Oil, 22 pkgs Mdse to Unknown.
Fob Si Fba.xcihco Per Margrcgor. Jan. 14th:
Ilanauas, bnchs. .
i'jo Pulu, bales..
betel Leaves, bxs
Calf Ski"- rr.r...
6 Paddy, bags.
3 Sugar, kegs..
570 Siecie, pkg..
. . . v.. (.13 ......
, f 33,773 36.
I'tilS WlKRSAkV tNl VN.C BIMiua lira FIX
Gov NahaoMua. Judge Widemann, L Clarke, Miss Wide-
niaun, Mrs Davids, Miss Uobroo, Mrs Gray, Mrs V Kaukaua,
li U Hitchcock, J C I'nuger, (. has Williams, b Spencer, wife
and child. Miss M C btiiputan. Miss Fanny Andrews, Mr Aiona,
Master Willie Bailey, Master Walter J arret t, and 41 deck.
Fbom GiiNo Islands Per C. M. Ward. Jan. 12th D
Hempstead. G Hempstead, Mr Ferrier, L Macall, A J Kinney,
and 20 laborers.
For WixDw iBD Posts Per Kilauca, Jan. 12th His Ex
Gov Nahaolelua, Marshal Parke, J l.ntrell, Capt Willfong, A
Neeilham, G Armstrong, J Tucker, W II Kaauwai, C T eing
kec, and about 45 deck.
Fsov Svdxey Per Macgregor, Jan. 13iU Mr and Mrs
Dunkeld. Capt HatuelJ, 3 iu the ateerage, and 69 in transitu
f..r San Francisco. '
Foa Sis Fsasnsco Per Macgregor, Jan. 14th JosIIy
man, A I.oeweuberi?, A J Cartwright, Jr, II Merger, A Garth,
II A ! Carter. wif-, 3 children and servant, W Chunhoon, Mra
P G Taylor, Miss Mill, r, W t Smith, A Martha. C Macfar
lane, A Peterson, Ed Turner, Mrs M Melville, F Macfarlana. I
Ueniimtead, 23 Chinese, and 09 in transitu from fydcey and
Fkok 6am FsAxcikt-o Per Comet, Jan. 15th J II Baron,
wife and 2 children, Mrs J II Thompson and 2 children, Dun
can Graham, Chas Amlerson, Edward Anderson, W C Hill,
Fred Hackett, W L Brown, and 12 in the steerage. ,
Steieck In this city, Jan. 12tU, Mr. John Ftcneck, a na
tive of Uauorer, Germany, aged about 50 years.
Fspez In this eity, Jan. 14th, Mr. Rofario Raimomlo
Fernandez, late steward of the steamer h'ilaura, a native ol
Guam, aged about 45 years.
At llilo, Hawaii, January 5lh, to the wife ol Hon. R. A.
Lyman, a son.
At Wailuku, Maui, January 7th, to the wife of 8am'l Par
ker, a daughter.
Ia this city, on Monday, January 12th, to the wife of M.
Louisson, a aon.
SATURDAY, JAXUARY 17.
.The attempt made in the Gazette to defend its
editor and publisher from the charge of issuing
obscene publications in the native language, is eo
very peculiar as to require comment and re-aseer-tion
on our part after which we 6hall wash our
hands of the unclean subject. . The Gazette is
one of the iu yuoyur "you're another" 6ort
ot disputants. It is very desirous to sec every
body smeared alike with the mud with which it
finds itself covered. The matter in the Kuokoa
to which we took exception as being impure,
thougli purporting to be a translation from the
" Arabian Nights Entertainments," is in truth
and fact the invention and composition of a native
printer employed in the Government printing
office. This Etring of nastily fer.pational fable
has been over two years in course of publication
in weekly number?, and though during the first
year it bore some resemblance to the 6uppotcd
original, it lias latterly been the simple product
Of a prurient native imagination. The " careful
Hawaiian scholar ' who according to the Gazette
has regularly read over the manuscript before
publication and the native editor who revised the
proofs, must both have been either obtuse to the
degree cf stupidity, or possessed of low conce-p-tiond
of what constitutes impurity in literature,
and in cither caso incompetent. Perhaps sunae
euch a one may be the comj-etcnt judge " who
asserts that 44 as vile fctufl' has appeared in the
ho Hawaii Ponoi as any to which public atten
tion has been called." This assertion wc pro
nounce to be unrjualiGedly false, and wc hereby
challenge any " competent judge " to point out
in the native paper issued by us, any vile 6tuff"
equal or in any remote degree comparable to the
vilcness which is thickly strewn over the average
first page of the Kuukoa.
Letters from Saa Francisco state that the U. S. S.
ITeanarf was exppcfel to fail ehortly for Honolulu.
. ' " I : r , 1 l . i j .,. i I., .... I
. 1 e.T- . I. ,r ir ;Tjl
liy Till. arliViii 11 ll.V. SUMUl'-l "
"... ......... ...1.
gencc wa- receive J that ilia .vnjcsty a i.-aivu
iv jI m j'A a.-- hy ir;viiii uccuuiit--, l.c Laving
guScrcl a frtdi attack of l rjacLiiis. Ir. Oliver
vr.is ia atte nian, an 1 Ir. Trouecaur Ilia -laj-cstj'
j i.jiicion, acciii -iiiicJ bj t!ie Mini.-tcr of
the Iutcrivr c-Lalarkc 1 on t!ie bte-amcr, which
6ailcJ on her return to Kailua at 7 o'clock on
Thnrs-iaj morning. H.c Kilauca will be due ty
flay, if Ilia Majesty dcciJes to return to town ;
otherwise not ur.til tomorrow.
Ir i- boiiKTiiiv. '.unei. in the right direction
when the Guz'ti', the a:-cptI exponent of the
abetractioni-its an l impracticable who havehere-VA-jre
oppose! the principle of sanitary legislation
re-arJii'g the social evil, h found to admit, how
ever charily and utigrnciou.-Iy even, that public
sujport ought to be awarded to measures which
tend to ullcviato iuije.ry and heal dictate. And
this c-jiiecssk-n is made, it may be remarked, in
commencing an article on the Act to Mitigate,"
the unwarrantable and injurious eusjicnsion of
which in the Miiniur-r of H72, by the then Minis
ter of the Lnterior, has been more than once
commented on in these c.dumns.
Uut, after (-tarting thus fairly, the Gazttte
writer proct'cds to attack the law iu qucstiun w ith
some d" the thread-biire arguments that have eo
frequently been refuted, prominent among which
is the Utopian idea that it 44 was partial in its op
eration, as it reached only females." The law
was distinctly declared by its provisions to apply
to thut cla?- of tb3 community who professedly
follow a certain course of life, a class which is
certainly not recruited from the male sex. All
general rules have exceptions, and we aefiert, in
contradiction of the statement of the Gazette
writer, that it is quite susceptible of proof that the
operation of the law, admitting that it was in
eome respects defective in details was generally
highly l-ncficial on the public health. A re
markable and incontrovertible fact in support of
this assertion is found in the great diminution of
certain diseases in the Hospital while the law was
iu force, and their sud JVn increase like a freshet
following close on a rain-storm which was so
plainly seen immediately on its suspension, and
which has ever since continued to increase,
blasting the lives and hastening the extinction of
With all due respect for the eincerity and ap
preciation of the industry of the sanitary commit
tee of the last legislature, we confess that we
failed to perceive anything very startling in the
report presented by them on the subject of the
Act in question ; although the statement 44 that
the law had been actually used to aid prostitu
tion " should constitute a very grave charge
against the police, under whose direct supervision
it wan executed. JJut that is a charge which we
do not seriously entertain. Considering the fact
that the weight of the testimony against the law
was from the abandoned women themselves
44 No rogue e'er fell ihe halter draw
With good opinion of the law "
and remembering with what keenness the average
native witness will detect the slightest inclination
to bias in a questioner, and frame his answers
accordingly, there was nothing very startling in
the statements made, and they should be received
and weighed very cautiously. An equally start
ling story can be got up out of whole cloth
among people ol" that description on very short
notice. It is a sweeping assertion, and the con
trary is capable of proof, that ' the law had
produced little or no good and that its general
effect had been pernicious." The application of
similar hiwa in other countries ia in thouo vhiya
beginning to. be fairly appreciated, but not,
however, until thev have nasscd through much
the same ordeal of opposition that has been expe
rienced here. The Supreme Court of Missouri sus
tained the Constitutionality and validity of the So
cial Evil Ordinance, in a late decision. Suit was
bs-owght-eo ret It aeftle, on tlnrgronnd ihnt it -ve
injurious to morality, contrary to public policy,
a violation cf the rights of the women licensed,
subversive of the common law, and inconsistent
with the general legislation. The plaintiff was a
4 Dr.," whether a doctor of div inity, whose ideas
of morality were wounded, or K doctor of medi
cine, whose practice was diminished, the papers
do not say. At any rate, he did not sue in behalf
of the women subjected to police supervision. Oh
eve-ry point the decision is in favor of the ordi
nance. A vie tovs, evil-minded person, with sufficient
education to write English passably well, and
withal possessed of the itch for writing, is capa
ble of doing a great deal of mischief through the
press, especially when the object of his attack is
a long distance off for the purposes of reply, but
eo situated as to be liable to injury from such
In the Melbourne Daily Telegraph of Decem
ber 3d, appears a letter on Leprosy in these Isl
ands, from a Mr. Freeman J. Steele, which the
editor of that journal characterizes as 44 interest
ing nnd important in view of our immediate
postal connection with Hawaii." In the letter
in question, the writer makes some statements
that arc quite nntrue, and the whole is calculated
to give a most exaggerated and false idea of the
prevalence of the disease in these Islands. As
for instance, when the writer says that 44 there is
danger in living in this country on account of
Leprosy;" that "over 2,000 lepers had died at
Kalaupapa up to December, 1372;" and thatrthc
writer 44 is personally acquainted with over thirty
white men (lepers) who arc in exile or have died
there." Now the troth as to these statements
is : that there is absolutely no danger from Lep
rosy to any one living or visiting here in the
words of Mr. Charles Nordhoff in the New York
Tribune last September, 44 there is no more risk
of a white resident or traveler catching Leprosy
in the Hawaiian Islands than iu the city or state
of New York;" that since 1805, when the first
leper was sent to Molokai, about 1,200 have been
rexcived, out of which number say 400 or one
third, (instead of 2,000) have died; and that only
four foreigners (instead of thirty) have been sent
there as lepers. But .we learn that this man
Steele, the correspondent of the Telegraph, pub
licly boasted when he left here for Melbourne last
August, that he iutended to do these Islands all
the injury in his power by 44 showing them up."
Perhaps it will be as well to post our Mel
bjurne friends as to the history of Mr. Freeman
J. Steele during the nineteen years in which he
favored these Islands with his presence. He was
first known in 1855, as the keeper of a low-class
drinking shop on Maunakca street in this city,
the resort of sailors and lewd native women.
The place was familiarly known by its patrons as
44 the House of Blazes" from the frequent rows,
day and night. Steele undoubtedly did a lucra
tive business there, having since boasted that he
had sold more liquor to natives while in that
house than all the other liquor dealers together.
He was repeatedly fined for keeping a disorderly
house and for furnishing liquor to natives, and
was finally comrclled to close. He then removed
to Iihaina, where he went into his congenial
business of keeping a beer shop and selling liquor
44 on the sly." Even that (then) proverbially
lax community could net stand Steele, and wo
next hear of him at liana, Maui, keeping a coun
try store. "Whether ho continued to deal in
stimulants in that retired locality we are not nt
present informed, but hi.- neighbors give him an un- j
cuviable character, as Lvving been a mischief-making,
treacherous, ar.J altogether very undesirable
rcMlent. In his letter above alluded to he state-s
that he sold out his j Lice at liana, losing nine
teen 3-enrs' bard earnings" to get away from lep
rosy! Wc are informed that he was closed cut
by his Honolulu creditors, his 4Lard e-arniegs"
in the 44 House cf Diazes" Laving apparently
melted away as olervation teaches us is quite
often the case with money obtained through ucb
means. So much fr the author of the 44 interest
ing and imj'ortant facts" furnished to the Mel
bourne Daily Teh graph.
In a subsequent issue of the Telegraph, (De
cember 8th) we find a letter from O'eo. N. Oakley,
.Esq. His Hawaiian Maje-sty's Consul at Mel
bourne, which was called forth by the letter of
Steele. Mr. Oakley sp-eaks of this letter as man
ifestly that of an alarmist, and as made up of
misctatemcnts, and adds 44 The islands are rap
idly attaining such imp-ortant commercial rela
tions with the Australian Colonies that 4 ornirds '
which the representatives of better known nations
ran afford to leave unnoticed cannot pass unchal
lenged by me, lest silence should be construed as
acquiescence, and thus deepen the feeling of un
easiness which s occasioned by them." We
cannot doubt but that through our Foreign 0:33ce,
Hawaiian Consular agents abroad will be fur
nished with the necessary data to rebut any future
misstatements that may be made iu this respect;
but we can refer confidently to the le tter of Mr.
Nordhoff, before nentioned, in the New York Tri
bune of Oct. 24, 1373, for a full aud truthful ac
count of all that pertains to the subject of leproey
in these Islands. As wc stated quite recently in
these columns, ary one may travel from one end
of the islands t the other without teeing or
hearing anything of leprosy.
Dy way of Auckland we have news to the 3rd Ie
cember. Under date of the 12th November, the Fiji Times
has the following: The news received during the
week from the coloiies is of particular interest, as it
shows the state of ihe public mind outside Fiji to be
in favor of the nni.exat.ion cf these islands to Great
Britain. The action of the German residents in Le
vuka on the recent occasion in preparing to resist the
Government by force of arms, and the after proceed
ings at Nasova, where about 100 unarmed white men
were driven back and ill-used by twelve hundred
Fijians, armed to the teelh, have elicited a general
feeling in the colonies that England should at once
assume the sovereignty of these islands. This feel
ing has been evinced by the warm manner in which
the colonial Tress has taken up and discussed the
question, and also by the action of Sir II. Robinson,
Governor of New South Wales, who has telegraphed
to the Home Government, urgirjg on them to annex,
and by the fact of deputations having waited upon
the Government of ew South Wales, urging the
speedy settlement of this question. The Press has
come to the conclusion that England will now,
through the action of her commanders of men-of-war
in these Eeas, be compelled to annex. One circum
stance is probably favorable to this end, namely the
delay in the new Consul's arrival. Had he come to
Fiji at the present time, his instructions might have
been such as would have led to a certain course of
action which the late events may completely alter.
The delay in his arrival will admit of a full consid
eration of the subject by the EDgliah Cabinet, and
they will see the necessity of some prompt steps being
taken. Annexation is not a thing, as the Govern
ment say it is, that is opposed either to the native
mind or the native interest. We can safely assert
that the measure would have the hearty concurrence
of a vast an overwhelming majority of the settlers
of Fiji; that it would be welcomed by a large num
ber of the natives themselves those chiefs excepted
who perhaps have been exalted by the establishment
of the concern; that the whole of the Australian
colonies would applaud the measure; and that Eng
land through her Press that great organ of national
speech, if wo may so term it, would uphold the Im
perial Government in its action.
It has been determined that one of His Majesty's
Miuiaiera will proceed, uuaet instructions via Hono
lulu to Washington, and most likely on to Europe for
the purpose of pressing upon the great Powers thi
claims of this kingdom to the fullest recocnition."
Such is the etatcuicut tmt forth by Ministers.
Arrangements are on the eve of completion by
which some twenty or thirty young chiefs will be sent,
at the cost of the Government, for education at the
Mission Training Institution at Navoloa. Three
yMrs ia propnAMl ss iha porin.1 ilisring wliinU irtAy art
to be thus under control, and the curriculum includes
a thorough knowledge of the English language.
New York, Dec. 30. Engineer Knight, of the
Virginlus, says that the sentence of the Court-martial
at Santiago was that the entire crew should be
hanged at the yard-arm, but the Captain of the
Isabel la Cutolica did not want such a spectacle
made of his vessel, and obtained a change of sen
tence to death by shooting, and the commutation
of the sentence of 17 of the crew to the ciiain-gang.
Knight, two Quartermasters, and one of the oilers
were accordingly sentenced to the chain-gang for
life, and the other 13, nil of whom were boys, to 8
and 4 years hard labor in the chain-gang. A life
sentence of this kind is regarded as worse than
ST. ALB AN' S COLLEGE.
A. T. ATKINSON
M for the Mid-Suinmer Term
OX MONOAV. JAXUARY
lOih, 1874. (It)
riMIERE WILL HE "DV" RELIGIOUS
JL Services held on the lv.h and 25th of the present month.
Commencing at 7:30 P. M. Scats FHEE.
Honolulu. Jan. IS, 147-1.
WILL HE RECEIVED BT THE UXIJEU
signeu until the 24 inst. for the purchase cf the t'OUP
F.KAGE CONCERN on Queen Street, Honolulu, formerly car
ried on by F. B. Strain with all the Stock, Tools and property
Honolulu. Jan. 10, IS7L (ja!7) W. L. GREEN, Assignee.
ALEX. CAMPBELL, Merchant Tailor,
WTOl'LD MOST RESPECTFULLY IX-
T FORM the public that he has opened a
At No. 3J Fort Street, next door above Mr. Mclnerny, where
he is prepared to execute any orders In the Tailoring Business
that he may be favored with. jal7
WE HAVE RECEIVED
33vrl5L Comet !
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
FRESH AND DESIRABLE
Comprising: in part of the fol
lowing ARTICLES, (and we invite alt in want of
GOOD Groceries to call.)
Ames Hams, Joiie," Tip Top Bacon,
Suii-keJ Eeef. California Eitra Hams,
CoJash, Smoked Salmon,
.Milton Cliccsc !
f Kitts Extra Mackerel, Smoked HerriBEJ,
Devillel and Potud Ham ana Tongue,
Split Peas, Dates, Raisin,
Pitted Plums, Peaches, Grapes, Quinces, &c
Peart Tapioca, Lronn's Jam. Ginger,
E cl cl in Cheese I
SALOON PILOT BRED,
CRACKERS OF ALL KINDS!
FAMILY EXTRA AND GRAHAM
FLOU 3FL 2
Cracked M"heat, Oat Meal,
Ground Barley, Oats. Bran, Wheat,
Onions, &c. &c.
1 JUDD & LAINE.
Has Received per Comet
From San Francisco!
thittakkk sr. i.oris hams.
jCas3 Eastern Daevii.
Ca?es California ISacen.
l"as"!t Cod Fish.
Cases Smoked ! f.
Case Smoked Salmon.
Half Dam-ls M-s IW f.
Cases l.ard. 5 lb. each.
Cases California Cheese,
Cases Eoast lleef.
Cass Roast Mutton.
Cases Salmon. 1 A 2 lb.
Case Devilled Ham-.
Cast s Little Neck Claxus,
Caes Borden's Milk. Kagle" brand.
CUTTING'S GHERKINS !
Cases Ciuting". Onions,
Cases Tomatoes in 2$ lb tins.
Cases String Deans,
Cases Yarmouth Corn.
Cases Teaches, Fears and Fgg Fluuis,
Kegs Mixed Peaches,
ISrown's Jamaica (iinger,
liernard's Summer Savory,
Cases rtessiested Apples,
Kegs Golden Syrup, Casrs Yeast Powder,
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR !
Golden Gate Flour in 1-4 bags.
Baker's Extra Flour in 12 Sacks,
Graham Flour in 50 lb. Bags,
Cases Cracked Wheat iu 10 lb. bags,
Cases California Oatmeal iu 10 lb. bags,
Cases Huckwheat Flour in 10 lb. bugs,
Cases Corn Meal Flour in 10 lb. bags.
Hoxe3 Pearl Parley, '
Cases Saloon Preud,
Milk. Wine, Water, Soda, Poston. Nic Nacs and
HF. CHESTS FINEST JAPAN TEA,
IS HALF l'Ol'SD PAVERS.
Cases Japan Tea in lacquered boxes,
Cases. Oolong Tea,
Boxes Apples and Pears,
Bags Cala. Potatoes.
Cases Cala. Onions !
FOR SALE BY
II. M., exnecls per next arrival from San
Francisco an extensive assortment of
(IIM EIHES ASD PROVISIONS !
P.m- Montgomery Untitle from Liverpool, due notice
of which will he given. jiil7 'ii
EX BARK 'COMET!'
LOOK OUT NEXT WEEK
Finest Assortment of
Selected Expressly for this Market.
TOGETHER WITH A
SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
DIARIES FOR 1874 ! !
THOS. C. THRUM'S.
LOOK OCT FOR
THIS YEAR I
EXPECTED PER S. S. MACGREGOR !
THOS. C. THRUM'S.
gold imoocii. tiif: ownkr ( ax
hare the tivce by an-lj-it g and i-sjiry chares to
f. W. It ART
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL !
The Largest and Most Complete Hotel in
the World !
TMIE LESSEES (WELL KNOWN AS THE
. Prrrnttors of tL M1LK.U A' HulSE h!m us de
struction ia the TOemorab: Cocflaitrauoa of tVt t-r t:h ar.J
9ih, lTl.)take plvajur in annoanosg ihf eoraplcLAa " this
nrtr r.leTru, trhica it now opra u:iJer their rs nl suau
aaeot tor U. accctunxvUtion of yursit.
I.Lit VR TW LSTV VKAKi
Ct-.icaco, Jod 1st, 1STJ. ji:
NOTICE TO CAPTAINS
TOlCHINIi AT THE
npiIK CMIEKSICNEl) WILL GIVE A
M f IKiT K ATK PK1CK for It falkin-
LIVE ANIMALS LANDED HERE,
A Lion & Lioness or Cubs,
A Spotted Leopard,
A Variety of Deor,
Anything Alive, lirv or Attractive!
JOHN THOMAS W AT ER II O I'S E.
ol3 3ta Juan Frrn-n.l.n Villa, Nuuanu Vallry.
ESTABLISHED, 1-31 !
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
Queen Street Wharf Store,
VARIETY OF GOODS!
For tho Island Trade.
Islands of tho Pacific, or
Northwestern Trado !
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
HATS, CAPS !
Shirts of Every Kind and Quality.
Silks, Prints, Denima, Hlne Cotton,
Orango Cotton, Horroek's Long Cloth.
SADDLES AND SADDLEUY
Bits aud Surs of fvcry kind, Mexican Huddlon
ami Saddle Trees, with an almost miJIphh variety
of Goods, including Chalk, Whiting, Lamp Black
Planter of Paria, and perha). Homelliiug the
reader of tliw paper would not notice but of very
great service when wanted.
Guns, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
CUTLERY, EVERY KIND!
And very suitable for Trading purposes, Fishing
Twine, ic, &c.
WHALEMEN'S INFITS AND OUTFITS !
Wire Hope, Iltibbuck's J'aints, llubburlc's lio'.lid
CROCERIES OF ALL KINDS!
BARBELS AND HALE BARttEl? FINE UEU
1873 Columbia River Salmon.
Wholo Invoice of Manila Rope !
EX BEN V()l U LI (-II , JUST LANDED.
DOWSER'S KEROSENE OIL.
CARI .MA rt'HES :
All the Card Matches to Arrive
The newest and lx?st Portland Cr-ment in the Market, guar
anteed not ooly genuine Crm nt, but grjolne Tortlatxl Ce
luent, the same quality as UDed by the British Government
and will, when usd, remain firm aa a rck ; while gome other
kinds will, when most wanted, be found full of fixture-, and
the tanks empty, at a moat inconvenient time.
THERE IS ALSO THE LATENT INVENTED
RETAIL PRICES tZ.OO EACH.
This trap beats all the ,uffi, and one of mine caught au old
four-legged rat the other traps could not catch. It was at a
Lai lies' .Seminary j an 1 there waa great yj over the event.
The rat was under SO ears of age.
My sons J. T. WATERHOUSE, jr., and
Attend to the business, and will serve all cuslomeri
ON THE VERV II EST nn.l
MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
Country Orders Especially Invited.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
I 2. Different Brands. Ia Bond or Duty Paid.
no8 For Sale by CHAS. LONG.
...Hi- ll itl.ir ARE IIKRKHV
s,lt an Lratt.r or taaw.l Bai at lh It ALAl '
M Kl, nor ta livcur any xn,l.lurs on acJnt of tl.t samr.
except U.rHifh IN unrfrrsiimcd. j i-t-jinT.
UAnoiiiiM, Msrrb 17. 143
VFIN.iL IHVIHENH F I'EK
j ti -isi. .f ClU'.NU XV'N anl Nr ai-l
Ibts djr at tli ofi.f of ti e tn.liri nf.l.
If-n.'ula, Jan. 3,IT4. THKOt. f. HrlCK.
Js 5, ! lbs A s tirs
VEITIIEK THE CU'Ta IN Mo Til K AGENT
l v lh Haruo "FARAWAY, will h rrsp.4t.is. ft
any drWa coiraitrJ arvoool lr aJ rssl, sMbou!
their trruwn onl-r. B)
HITEU L. ROSE. I'll ATK A I' t.A-
mt, f I . Juhrn.
Mist.v. l oauj me , me.
For tala t CH A 9. UH.
OAIIII STAKLKN J
KINU STREET O I'l'OSilTK Til K 11 ETHEL.
FOR SALEOR HIRE!
rimillMDIILKOH HARNKS HORSES
1 can tt hs.l at all hours vm tb iwsmtisea.
Il -rvs broken to II arm-as ou ranall lrtua
tjklr tVs. l.ui m to Ihr lat VfiMwn l'r'r Kalassa.aaJ
3ru J.C. I'Bu-rsr, kUqr.
Strangers Visiting Honolulu
WILL riM AT
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY!
M). !l FORT STREET. A M'l.KX ll l
i COLLECTION Of
Photographic Views of Hawaiian Scenery,
I'orlrnlla sf I'rvtsslair-t I Hat will la at a.
A.O.. Ar., A.c
imitim AMI -niCKOXIMAA ClUIOSlliKS!
I OKAU HIE1.I.S, VOLCANIC SrKCIMKN!, .
)a 10 (r
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of tho Packing of 1073.
FOR PALE BY
II. HACK FELO V .
To Graziers, Ranchnion, &c.
! A FEW IM'RHAM A N l SCOTCH
AMH S Itl l.I-s.
Also. Vrrmsal Frraifli Mrrlss )'( Routs.
Applrto JOHN A. Cl MMlSf.
Wauiianalo Raiuli, January, 1ST4.
PARLOR ORGANS I
PARLOR ORGANS 1 I
rjlWO Sl'I'ERlOR NEW l'ARLOK OK.
f.ANS, MAUK MV
The New Haven Melodeon Company !
OR HALE CHEAP BY
CASTI.E a. cook k,
HOT OrJrr for MrlMlrna n A Orni.a. Into One
Hundred IMUrs ainl upward received and fill'-d wild dis
GASTLE & COOKE
D. C.Murray and J.W.Seaver
fTUNE WEST OF ENGLAND IILACK sturl
. 1 ULLE CIX)THH,
Fine Black Doenklns. Orcy Ruckakln,
All Wool Tweeds, just the style for winter. .
Fino White Marseilles,
Fancy patterns, suitable for Iadies or Children's Dresses, and
Clem's White Vests. .
Plain and trled Brown Linen Drilling, Juit the thing for
Boy's and Men's working clothes.
tlenl'a Bilk, Merino, All Wool ami Colton Undershirts.
Ladies' and Gent's Linen Cuffs, Gent's Collars,
A few dozen of Fine Black Silk Neck Ties, 8 8 and 3-4.
A superior assortment of Gent's and Ladles' Bleached
and I 'li bleached Cotton Hose,
SUPERIOR ALL LINEN
6 8 and 3-4 all Linen Napkins frocn $3 00 lo 7.00 per dozm.
Cotton, Llnr.n, Iluckabuck and Damask Towels,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting I
Cl, 12, 80 and 100 Inches.
Linen and Cotton for Pillor 8li.
10-1, 11-4, and 114 White Marseilles VfUiKs,
Wliitc Ulcrino ItlaiikclN
73 ly 64.
Kcarlt, Blue, Green and Whita Blankets,
Java Canvas, a flue aiaortment of pearl Buttons.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HARDWARE I
Door, Chest, Pad, Box, Cupboard and Till Icks,
Superior Padlocks, wrought Iron, with fpring and Hte
5pr!ng Cheat Locks, 2 Keys each and no ddplk-aUa,
Bjwsr At Jackson's Fine ews, 12 to 29 Inch, c e and rip.
M-ear a Jack spin's Files, all sites and kinds S to IS inch.
Ilarnea. Bridle and Uoller Buckles, Platl and Jap'd.
haildle Rings, tloned and Japaoned, 2 12, 3 and a I 2 in.
Pish Hooks, No. 10 to 80 and larger.
Union and Wool Girths, blios Thread. Handled As,
t'opper Tacks, 1-2 to 1 1-2 inch. Lightning Wood .".
Coofier's Tools, Hand Paper, Scrub Brushes, Iron Ticks.
ALSO, ON HAND:
American and English White Lead and Z'.or Paints,
American and English Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Lamp Black, Yellow Ochre, French Yellow, Veoitiaa Bed.
Kaw and Burnt t'niber, Ked Pry Vermillion, A;c.
Good Assortment of Paints In Oil,
GENUINE DOWNER'S AND DEVOE'S
TL ero.se 11 o Oil!
Cnpal. Damar, Carriage and Bright Varnish.
Hawaiian, California, Chemical, New York, Erasive, Boston,
Olive, Pore Castile and Fancy
Paris, Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and X0
Shovels, Spades, Oo's, Scythes, Hakes, Hoes, 4c, sVe., Ac, 4c.
ALL 0RDEKS FILLED AT LOWEST MARKET