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AT SALESROOM OF C. S. BARTOW.
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3d !
At 10 OVIurk, A.M.,
WILL BE SOLD ON CREDIT
AN AS0,IeNT or
GOODS RECENTLY IMPORTED
Ojlt..ii and Woolen FlanneN,
Bruwu Cotton, Ticking,
White .Sheeting, 8-4 an J 10-4 ;
Amoi-keag I '.-in in Jumpers and Pants,
Sea Boots and Brogans.
AMI VAKIOtS GOODS ADAPTED FOR
U IIALKMKN As. RETAILERS.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
The Ladies1 Benevolent Society
EH old. 37" air !
TENTH OF DECEMBER NEXT 1
LECTURE ROOMS OFFOBT ST. CHURCH.
OOKHO'K AT 4 P.M. MA LET!) COM
MJ MKNCKatsJ r. -., aa.l to contioa Ihroafti the evening
Atlmi.srtion. oO Cents.
tr Child r-n Wtrr u. A ft of & and 1 2 , HALF-PRICE.
Cn-ler 5, ADMITTED JTRKK.
There will be a Grab Box for the Children.
A F I IV JE V II A-IV C E
vs FOIL IN VESTIXO A SMALLSl'M
" of money, or of seeariof t!-!
OSE OF THE MOST ELIGIBLE DWELLISC LOTS
In the City of Hooolalu, if iw offcml by the Undersigned. Ue
is desirous to dispose of that fine and healthily mated piece
of Land adjoining the Uovernment Uardeo, and fronting School
and Port Streets at the bead of the Utter.
Any ooe wishing to purchase ilioald apply soon, a the Lot
wilt le sold at a low Bgare. (4d) J. b. LEMON.
OREGON EXTRA FLOUR,
Superfine do., tst brand.
" Dried Apples,
" . Buckwheat Flour,
' Rye Flour, '
. . .. ' Salmon Bellies, la hJf bbis.
IW S-l by
ft. II ACKFELD A CO.
MANUFACTURER & IMPORTER
IBKO TO l'r'ORM MV CUSTOMERS
aaU Ike Punt gearraKy, that I have . - -
HQVED, MY BUSINESS TO FORT ST.,
M). tii IS WILLIAMS' FIRE-PROOF
IP.rre aKa't keep a Lnrgt awl Extensive Nock
Fine Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds,
Best Tainted ware, Clocks
FANCY JEWELRY, &c.
tr I ' lh' 1 nfJ competent
Watches and Clocks Repaired
ON TUB MOdT
Liberal Terms & Satisfaction Guaranteed!
I will a. 1.1 that I mean to continue bueloeaa oa the aame
liberal trincipkr a I r-are done before. -,,,.
Thanking the pohlic for Uvor. shown ur, I solicit a
eontmaance of the tame.
CUR. t CHART.
-TTJST RECEIVED ! !
Robert Cowan, from Melbourne !
10 Cases only (pia & qwt) of Genuine
Chas. Heidseick Champagne !
PRICE. i.OO PER CASE.
10 Cases Hennery's "Battle-axe" Brandy,
50 Cases Key Brand Genera.
FOR S ALE BT
TIIEOj II. DA VIES.
TO WOOL, GUOWUKS.
TIIK ITXUF.KSIGXED COXTIXIE
! boy Wool at gnnd rwM. WooU cooing to
market tbi Spring particularly desired, to make
C. BREWER 4 CO.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
L. 33 o n..
Interior Offlce. Uooolaltt.
1GEYT TO TAKE
20.000 CHINESE FIRE BRICKS !
D PER ED WAR" A M K S
For ra by . BOLLES CO.
CT. LOl l STAR HAMS.
FOR SALE II T
UUlXEd A CO.
DOWNER'S KEROSENE !
JCST RECEIVED PER EDWIV. FBO.ti
ALSO. DEVOE'S KEROSENE.
la patent cans, per !tin, aaie y
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
lOR SALE IS BOX D II V
BOLLEJ 4 CO.
Columbia River Salmon!
a SMALL LOT. IV BBLS. AND HALF
fm barrel, o opr qaaUty. .
,orSUby B0LLE3 A CO.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 30th
At rTn o'cVjck -rutst, at !ral-r.x'm, w.il br rAl :
Bj Order f nrr. II. niCKFILU a. f.,
E. IDHEl'S (0.SI(iME.T i
FROM LONDON. -
'oiaS. I taal, Varka npan every
MANY CURIOUS, SCARCE AND RARE,
And Divinity, Architecture,
Fine Arts, Light Reading-,
&c, &c. Sec.
.rM aid Otbrrs, EJortIona!, Ealf rtaliln?.
Oood hvAt are the tx-at thoaxhti of the beat men, the cryi
taliiatioo of tboaght ami ltlioif. To hare a boy of enJoruig
bor kt, Impltea viior aod depth. Thrae people that bare the
beat book, will be f'xiod to be at the lusmit of the acale of
humanity, taoae that bare none at the botuxn. Aa borki are
the hit-beat prodacta of human effort, an are they in very
truth, the erUeoce of ereaUre power, which alo they kindle
a ad noarUh.
TT Commiaaiooa Ultlifully altendej to, t'r thoae onatle to
K. P. ADAMJ. Auctioneer.
ON WEDNESDAY, :
At H O'clock. A. M., at aJearw.nt,
ET 8KB P0HTER3.
K. P. ADAMS. Aact'r.
Fancy'Goods, i i
Books &c. 4:c.
' ON ; ;
Saturday Evening1, December 12th,
At 7 P. M , at Salesroom.
CT Partieolara ! Posters.
P. ADAM?. Auctioneer.
ii-Ri t: i. v A T I? T
aiav m-j m.m mm Kr - J. A. m. M. A
IweIIin House, tVc.
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19.
At 12 O'clock, Noon, nl Salriroout.
WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Very Desirable Property !
IN KAMAKELA, HONOLULU,
with all the
Privileges, Improve nif nts and Jppnrtf nantes
To the aame belonging.
At VI leej recorilej in Rrgiater Cfiice, I.ilxr 24. p-t 43 A 44
Tbii property was lately .the residence of It. V. litl'CHI
80 N. M. If., anJ Jornurly of J no. Montgomery, Esq. The
well-koown taste of tbeae gentlemen aa botanists can be seen m
The Extensive Cardon
Adjoining the Dwe'.lrg House, which ahoundi with Uie
Choicest of exotic and iod genoos Piants and Trees.
The Dwelling Uouse has large and commodious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bed Rooms, with the usual Out-houses, a
Cook House, Carriage House, 8iable, Ad., Ac
Parties wishing to examine the Property, can do so by ap
pi Ting to the Auctioneer, , ,.. - - - , .
AL0 Immediatsly after sale of abore, win be aolJ,
THOSE 2 PIECES OF LAND !
Eitotted In said Kamakcla, Honolulu,
Adjoining tba above property, being conveyed to Dr. Hutchi
son by W. P. Wood, by DeeJ Recurd-d in Liber 30, page S51.
XT TERMS AT
, E. P. ADAM9. Auct'r
BV V I RT V K OK POWKR IF ATTOR--SEY
Ilia Kzcellenry Utchard II. htanlry is authorized
to act for me during my absence from this kingdom.
J NO. O. DOMI2U3.
Honolulu, November 13th, 1ST4. C
G O - O O O
FOR SALE LOW BY - .
C. BREWER & CO.
TNo.G3 FORT STREET. R.C.KIBBV
contioors to Repair Watches and Jewelry in the best
manner and at reasonable rates; will
MEND SEWING MACHINES!
an all small articles la Gold. Silver of Steel, old Metal Spoons
aod Foris re-plated with Silver in the best possible manner.
Satisfaction given in all case.
LADIES, LADIES !
Tow. cannot afford to buy anew Sewing Machine until you
have tried the KASY RINSING DOMESTIC, no noise, no
weariness across the back, call at the sign of the Bit Hatch,
opposite C. K. W illiams Furniture Store on Fort fctreet, aod
-ayy -bfiBI jri wVravS n-. i..
aTEFFREY & CO.'S
PINTS AND Q.UARTS.
ALE IN QUARTS Al
German Ate, Key brand, la quarts an ! piola
Holland Gin, stone jugs In baskets.
Strong Rum, in barrels ;. Alcohol in Tint
Clare's of different qaalitie.
LI EBFRAUEN MILCH.
in Stone Jaga.
FOR PALE BT
J. NOTT & CO.,
'IIX. COPPER, ZINC? AND SHEET IRON
Arc prrparrd to do any and ail aindf of work ia tbetr line.
f all d-acrlptiaaia aatade tm Order.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD.
Laid on er repaired.
GUTTERS AND SPOl'TS, aod a!l kind of Tie
Work on Buildings dooc on Short Notice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
In the ahore line, which they OFFER AT L0WKST PRICES
together with a floe aaaoruiient of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
&c, &c. &c.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
SMALL FAVORS TUANKFCLLY RECEIVED AT
961 NO. 9 K A A II CM AN V STREET.
23 G 13 XI. 3VI ISX
CLIPPER BARK DEUTSCHLAIID,
Sailed from Glasgow on 12th August last,
THE FOLLOWING CARGO !
1 1 FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
. T LENEHAN CO.
BEST SMITH'S COAL.
Ton beat Olasgow Pplint Steam Coal,
WHITE'S BEST PORTLAND CEMENT!
Assorted Bar Iran,
Assorted Sheet Iron,
Tins Best White Lead, superior quality;
Tins Best Zinc Paint, superior quality;
Tins Beat Black Paint, superior quality;
Tins Best Green Paint, superior qnality;
Tins Beat Ureen Paint, superior quality;
Tina Best Red Lead, superior quality.
Assorted Biscuits, First Brands !
LKA PERRIN'S SAUCE,
LIMB JUICE CORDIAL,
Finest Scotch Stoves, complete.
ONE SUGAR MILL. COMPLETE I
THREE WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL
FIVE STEAM CLARIFIERS. 400
and 500 GALLONS.
Cases GiughamsL Cases Pink Pads,
Cases Prints, assorted; Linen Stripe Tasso Cloth,
Cotton Tasso Cloth,
Cases of Tweeds, assorted;
Cases of Cashmeres, assorted;
Cases of Assorted Lawns,
Cases of Assorted Shawls,
Cases of Assorted Denims,
Cases of Assorted Drills,
Cases of Assorted Cottons.
Caaes IleiJseick's Champagne,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Hennesry's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy, Caaes Best Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey, Cases Best Holland Oin,
Baskets Bear Holland Gin, stone Jug-;
Caaes Best Old Tom Gin. Cases Assorted Clarets,
Cases Best Pale Sherry, Cases Best Old Port,
Uoarter Casks Hennesay's Pais Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum,
McEWAN'S INDIA PALE ALE,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co.'s India Pale Ale, pints and quarts;
liass ti Co.'s Imiia Pale Ale, pints and qaarts;
McEwan's Draught Ale in hhds.
Qaarts and pints Ind Coopa Ale.
McEWAN'S PORTER IN STONE JUGS !
Pints and Quarts.
' Blood, Wolfe if Co.'s Porter io glass, pints and quarts.
081 F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
A. 17. PEIhGE&CO.
Oiler lor Sale
SHIIM !iAi)Li;n v
WHALE BOATS AMD BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, fcC,
Brand's Bomb Lances.
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Pauloa Salt Works.
MAHILA CIGARS !
- ,-.- f-.n-.nVnD
AXEW I UlLEUt I liosr, 3t r
Genuine Cigars, jast received and for ,, .
FIREWOOD. BEST QUALITY!
"AJECF.SSARY RF.PAIRS CP ON TIIE KI
LAL'ta, wia obhtf the Areta to lay tip the liceamer on
or hefore Jaauarr 4th, 1TS.
Ao effort wia be made to carry out the Time Table at pab
lirhed tor Deceinher.
The Steamer will be oot ea than fuor weka rj-irint.
Wia SkM L U W1LDKR. Arent.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
HV3C o g; x o s o x ,
II. URAINUER, Muter,
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or about Deecember 14th.
XT Tar Freight nj Paiiige. to Sydney, New Zealand and
Melboarne, rply to
3 C. BREWER & CO.. AgenU.
FOR SAX FRAXGISGO.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid Steamship
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
On or about December 10th.
t r For Freight and Passage, or any further i.iformatioo.
906 Arp'y to C. BREWtR A CO., Agfnta.
FOR VICTORIA, I. C.
2 THE FINK AM. BARK
SIL X 13 L. AWAR E ,
T. J. HIND?, MASTER.
Will have Quick Dispatch for Above Fort
Part riser Cars alrenaly ragagrd.
For Fieight only, apply to
C. BREWER A CO , Agent.
FOR NEW BEDFORD
TUB AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIP
S . Y DE TV ,
CAPT. T. M. BENSON,
Will sail for New Bedford with Dispatch !
dj- The 8TRBN. on her last royage, turned out her OIL in
belter condition than any oih.r ship that ever took Oil from
this port. For Freight apply U
902 C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
T7. SlV.ri,Tr.LYV 1-IHlRflT.
as. wa KJJ jw. wlw .w -m . ja. m j
"32 THK FAST SAILING BRIGANTINE
J&Sk" ROBERT COVVANrj
Immediate Dispatch for the above Fort !
Having the greater pjrt of her Cargo engaged.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
062 TllfcO-H. DATIE8, Agent.
XT -A. I -A- G 33 JZ3 T I
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
K A M A I L E !
Will hare Regular DLipaU-h for the above named Ports, on
and aftct-Ute &th of November next, until further notice.
Freight and Passengers taken at the Lowest Rates.
962 BQLLES A CO., Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
MARC II A NT,
Monday Nov. 30. .5 p. m. .Circuit of Hawaii
Monday Dec. 7.. 6 p. m..Kona, touching at Kaunaka-
kai both ways
Monday lec. 14.. & p. m..IIilo
Wednesday... Dec. 23.. 4 p. ro.. Circuit of Kauai
Monday Dec 28. .6 p. m.. Circuit of Hawaii
XT On down Trips the Steamer will not leave Makena until
7 A. M. or later ; and Maalaea Bay until 9 A. M. or later.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai
... 10 00
... 10 00
... 10 00
... 10 00
... 12 60
... 22 0O
... 8 00
... 12 00
" l-ahaina. Maul
" Maalaea, Maui.
' " Makena, Maui...
" Kawaihae, "
' " Kaawaloa,
" Hilo, "
" Kaa Coast "
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip
To or from any P rt on Kauai ....
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip
Deck Passage for natives only
No Credit for Fassage Money ! '
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY. j
No berth will be considered as taken nntil paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted fur.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND!
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent. F
Office with Wilder A Co., comer of Fort and Queen Streets
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
. C. BREWER &. CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Stnraire and Shioment of Oil. Bone. Wool, Hides
and otuer Merchandise to Isew Beurora, uosion, new 1 ora iuu
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
S54 ly C. BKKWKR fc CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
U I L A U A ,
VTill run regolarty on the above route, bavins excellent accom
modalions for passengers and freight.
For Freisht or Pafsage, apply to the Captain on ooaru.
or to t05S)
TIB BETS & 80RENS0N.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Si. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
lie. (9M Jy) v-
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINA.
THE SCKR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Ran Ef-rnlarly betweea This Part aad Lahalna,
BoielBla Satardays and Lahalna every Wednesdays.
6S3 3m H. HACKFKLD At Co.. Afenta.
BEST HAWAIIAN BEEP,
BV C. RERTLEMAN'.
Per Sale by
W. PEIRCE CO.
AMERICAN BEEF AND PORK,
FOR SALE BY
A. W. PEIRCE k CO.
f CALIFORNIA BROOMS,
IN QUANTITIES TO SCIT.
For Sale by A. W. PEIRCE k CO.
BEST QUALITY OF PTJTJLOA SALT.
LSO, FIXE SAND, FOR PLASTERING, AC.
rafale by A. W. PEIRCE.
Lime and Cements
API A L.I FORMA LIME, PORTLAND
MKNT, California Brick
For Sale by
: t : s
N HALF BARRELS.
For sale by
B0LXE8 ft CO.
S.l TURD A Y, SO VEMIJER 2S.
Paaal or thc Moos fo tuc 4pitb or Somiii,
l7i Iloaottkr Mats Tut
Nnr. sN .... T friJ r
Id Firat Uaarler 3 ill ra
S3 full Mc-on T 0i7
50 Lxt Uuartrr 7 T T aw
Tins or lit Bisiva ast aTTia.
1 an tun 8 Oa aw ; fun acta. .....J 20 ' rw
ina iiea a 10 m; an ifU ill rw
1 J u a ri- 6 14.5 w; Han acta i li 5 rw
ii ud rirt 13aw; 8un acta &M3rw
ao tio. . . .. -6 aw: fiio . . ... . li rm
Ctrr. Dasttt Switm.
Audience at the Palace.
t hi Trie
Tuesday the 2ith last.. Ilia Rcral irgbnesa
nee Regenf, received at Iolani Palace At 11 a.
m.. Major Jamed II. WoJehouse, TJer Britannic Maj
esty's CotBiuLsioEer so J Consul General, who pre
sented to IIU Hojal IIighDi-s, CapUia Ralfh 1.
Citor. E. N., of IL B. M.e S. Scout ; CapUia Fred
erick VanJer Meulcn, R N., of II. B. M.'a S. TtutJo;
Captain CLarlea Vernon Anson, R. X., of II. B. M.s
S. RtinJttr; and Thco. II. Iiie3, Esquire, British
At 12 o'clock, Ills Royal Highness received Mods.
TLeo. Ballicu, Consul and Corumissioner of France,
who presented to the Vriace Regent, Mons. Charles
Pernet, Chancelier of the French Legation. Mods.
Ballieu addressed II. R. II. as follows :
Prixce Je snis heureux de Poccasion que Voire
Altesse Royale roe donne de lai oHrir mes compli
ments aa commencement de sa Regence.
L'absenee da Rot lsiese an strand Me au milieu
des amis nombreux qu'il a quittes dauB Pinterct de
son people, mais Voire Altesse saura, et en doane la
preuve aujourd'hui, corubler ee Tide.
La France, d'ailleurs, prof ease toujoura les plus
since res sentiments d'amitio pour le people Hawaien
et je ne negliger&i pas de vous en reooureler 1a
preuve ei Poccasion s'en presentait.
Trisce I ara bappjr to have the opportunity
which lour Royal Highness has given nie of present
ing wy compliments at the commencement of Your
Regency. ' . i
The absence of the King leaves a great oid in
the midst of numerous friends, whom lie has left in
the interest of His people, bnt Tour Highness will fill
that void, and to day gives proof of it.
France, moreover, professes always the most sin
cere friendship for the Hawaiian people, and I shall
not neglect to renew the proof, if the occasion should
present itself. .
To which the Prince replied : ,
li gives me great pleasure to receive you, M. Bal
lieu, the Representative of France, which country
has al.rays professed the greatest friendship for this
kingdom, aud for the Hawaiian people, and I am
qutte sure that you would rene the proofs of that
friendship should occasion require it.
At 12;J o'clock, His Royal Highness received James
Scott, Esquire, United States Charge d'Affiurs, who
presented Xta. II. Peebles, Esquire, United States
His Royal Highness was attended on these ooca
sions by His Excellency W. L.' Green, Minister of
Foreign Affairs; His Ex. VT, L. Moehonua, Minister
of the Interior; the Hon. Chas. R. Bishop; the Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn ; Ilia Ex.' W. F. Allen, Acting Gov
ernor of Ouhu; the Hon. Major E. II. Boyd, His
Majesty's Chamberlain; Hon: J. U. Kawainni, Col
Chas. II. Judd and Major II. Prendergast.
Official Notifications. '
Major James II. Wodehouse, Her Britannic Maj
esty's Commissioner and Consul General, haviog this
day given official notice of the return from Europe of
Theo. II. Davies. Esouire, II. B. M.' Vice Consul
for Honolulu, and that he had this day resumed the
charge of II. B. M.'s Vice Consulate, all of his official
acts as such Vice Consul, are ordered to receive full
faith and credit by the authorities of His Majesty's
YV. L. Green,
Minister 01 Foreign Affaira.,1
Foreign Office, Honolulu, Nov. 21th, 1874
Pepabtmcxtot Foreign Affairs. Be it know a t
all whom it may concern, that J. C. Glade, Esquir
having this day presented to this Department his
Commission from His Majesty Oscar II., King of
Sweden and Norway, and of the Goths and Wends,
which is found to be in due form; he, the said J. C.
Glade, Esquire, is hereby acknowledged, by order of
Bis Royal Highness the Prince Regent, as Consul of
the Kingdom of Sweden and Norway for the Hawai
ian Islands, and all his official acts as such, are or
dered to receive full faith and credit by the authori
ties of His Majesty's Government.
Given under my hand, and with the Seal of the
Hawaiian Kingdom, at the Foreign Office,
L. S. Honolulu, this 23d day of November, A. P.
1874. W. L. 0hee.v,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
School Notice. The Christmas Vacation of the
Government English Pay Schools In Honolulu, will
extend from the 21st proximo to the 7th of January
next, beginning the First Term of the New Year en
Thursday January 7th, 187". By order of the
Board of Education. - W. Jas. Smith,
Honolulu, Not. 23d, 1874. ' " Secretary.
.notice of Change op Name. Upon the petition
f E. Asegut, of North Kohala, Hawaii, setting forth
that his proper baptismal name is Friederich Gerhard
vPadeken, and that the name of E. Ascgut, by which
he has been known in this Kingdom, is not his own
proper name, and praying that His Majesty in Privy
Council would change this to his said proper name
of inheritance, in accordance with the provisions of
Chapter xxx of the Statutes of 1872; His Majesty
the King, in Privy Council on the 27th day of May,
A, P. 1874, did decree that the name of E. Asegut
be changed to Friederich Gerhard Padeken, as
prayed for. - W. L. Moeitoxua,'
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 23d, 1874.
E2T We find the following in the Thamtt (N. Z.)
'.' There appears to be a useful philanthropic insti
tution in San Francisco which might be copied with
advantage ia this colony. A letter was received yes
terday by the Mikado, which had been posted in San
Francisco, but evidently was not fully prepared, for
it bore the usual postage mark 'held for postage.'
The requisite stamps were, however, affixed by come
authority, and on one corner cf the letter was pasted
a scrap of printed matter containing the following
intimation: 'This letter was found in the San Fran
cisco Post-office without the required stamps to for
ward it, and should have been sent to the dead-letter
office. Please return stamp enabling us to oblige
others. Address P. O., Box 297, S. F., Cal.' We
very much doubt whether any trouble would betaken
with a letter under similar circumstances in any Post-
- CCi . vU!a -i.lj-.wa w - T fr aanuM tiak rain aavt t f IriA J
dead-letter office and destroyed, and in all probability I
the nrson who should have received it woold have !
- . . . a f . II I . . -1 C t
blamed his friend for not writing. We heartily oom-j
mend tne pmianmrcpy ci me person or association;
in San Francisco who so generously oblige tha public
in a matter cf this kind. The arrival or non arrival
of a letter may be of the utmost importance, and we
feel sure that any person obliged in this manner
would endeavor to repay the expenses incurred on his
Fijian Scqar. Says the Herald of Auckland :
The sugar sent from Fiji as an experiment has met
With high praise, and realized from Jt5 to i.Za per
ton duty paid. It is the opinion, however, of com.
petent people that it will pay the Fijian planters
much better to prodace the "concrete" or the "clay" ;-
sugars and send them to Sydney or .Meioourne lor re-,
fining. The planter will not require ona-fourth the
capital to expend in machinery in the latter case, and
will also be saved the cost and trouble of cellarage
for his molasses and rum, as well as the distillery
needful for the latter. If this view be correct a re-:
finery will be necessary in New Zealand unless we
wish to import our sugar from Fiji via Australia.
Of the capacity of the Fijis to produce a very large
quantity in a very short time no one who knows the
islands, their wonderful richness, and the facility of
production, can for a moment doubt.
Don Carlos has arrived at Hendaye, France, ac
companied by bis staff, and the Madrid Government
has demanded that they be returned.
J NOTJTS OF TIIK Wri:K.
pr The Hawaiian yi suca Chil lrcn'a S :cty will
jtt at the rti Jenee cf Mr. T. II. HoM-on, tn; to-
ng, at .4 o c!ock.
yUsxsX. Tb regular monthly weting of l.od
J.e Prvgres de l Ocanle So. 121. A. F. A A. M., will
take plac at tbeir 1IH on King utrtvt. on Monday
evening, November 30;h, at 7$ o'clock.
r - - ,
. From a statfiunt bid Iwfot Parliament
of Now Zealand by tho MioNter of Native Affairs,
it appears tkat tfco t;i euroattf 1 nunibt-r of
Maoris in New Zealand is 4 f. 0 1 6 ; of which num
ber 43. 408 are in lb North lUnd. and J 0')S in
tfce outh Iland- The number in OUgu, inclnJ
iap Siewart land is 1.0C2.
The GattUt'$ scientifij lwberry was so an- !
noyed at our allusion to his mellry of " latitude and !
long'tnde and photographing the same," th-t he j
sadly lust the control of bis temper, and accuov us ;
of the fearful crime of beir.g "gifted with small in-
telleets." But, dear Pgbcrry, when you dir lo
use swear words," quote ths Chicago poet correctly,
and don't put "dumphool " for Jamf-hoot. j
Cm in. Maijckhsnk.xs. ioote pt-ron at preft-nt
unknown, went into the 'nclosure of Mr. Joseph j
Penny, on Nnunnii Avenue, on Thursday morning
lii$t. and with an ax or hatchet, nearly chopped !T
a foreleg of a horse tied there. The animal mm
shot to put it out of pain. It is a pity that the j
misereant capable of such an act cannot be dia- I
covered, aud brought to condign puuisbment. i
Homh Aiain. Among the passengers by Uie j
lfpfirtnes from San Francisco were quite a nu- i
ber of our fellow-townsmen who hare been making j
briel trips to the continent. Among others, w J
were pleased to welcome His Honor Mr. JuUc
Judd and family, who has been spending a vaca
tion in New York; and the Hon. S. ti. Wider,
who, during a hurried trip to the coust has been
gathering facts and figures respecting steamship"
building, which will probably be made known at
the right time.
j A New Kk Factory. Mr. K. Kycroft. who has
recently visited the coast for the purpose of pro
enring Gxtures, Ac, is intending shortly to erect a
new establishment for the manuftictre? of ice, to be
run by water power, instead of ste .tin. The pres
ent manufactory on the Esplanade has been unfor
tunate through accidents in failing to keep up a
continuous supply of the luxury, and when we
shall have two freezing establihim-nt in operation
our chances of keeping cool nil the time ought to
be better, and at cheaper rates.
California Tkodccts is New Zealand. It is as
much a reflection upon our farmers as it is a novelty
to see ticketed io the windows of city greengrocers,
" Californian apples and onions, ex Mikado." Ti ey
are certainly excellent samples, if that be any satis
faction, but why we should have to send to America
for such articles of everyday consumption is a matter
beyond all comprehension. Probably the devotees of
" protection" will assure us that if the farmer were
protected the supply would be ample, and prices
something under Is per lb. for onions. Auckland
jjrS- A story is told of n San Francisco woman
who was in the habit of receiving frequent CHRtiga
tions at the hands of her husband, and who one
day read the Bible story of Sampson and Delilah.
When next her consort was prone in bleep she
sheared him so completely that every spear of hulf
disappeared Iroin face and head. Homing from
his slumber like a giant refreshed, he i-peedily
comprehended the situation, uud reached lor her.
Such a caressing as she then received she never
dreamed of before. She did not even have the
usual grip on him., lie w as fined, but she declared
her utter disbelief in those Hible yarns.
1 Bi sinkhs i.ikk. The lower part ol the Esplanade
is covered with great oil cask, containing the
catch of the whalers, in process of recoopering,
etc.. for shipment to New Betlfoid, lor
which port the clipper ship Syren in now loading.
Fhw Thtttor of hammers, the puff of tho donkey
engine and the yo-heave-oh J of seamen, are cheer
ful sounds in contrat-t with the quiet and dullness
hat has reigned lor months on the Esplanade, j
QTT5rn-et also presents just now a scene of ani- j
niation during business hours, reminding one (but ;
slightly, however,) of the "flush times" in th
whaling seasons of years ngo. But we can neve
expect to see again such busy and profitable se
sons as those in ''the Gfties," when it was no tin ij
ual thing for ships to hail from two to three th
sand barrels each as a season's catch.
Notes axd Qierieh. A correspondent suggests
that it would prove an interesting and vuluuble
attraction to our paper were we to devote a column
to " notes and queries " and " answers to cones
pondents.'' We aro quite ready to do so. if corre.
pondents will furnish the material with which to
fill such a column, and we, hope the author of the
suggestion will himself make the beginning. It
cannot be denied that a great deal of curious and
valuable information has been frequently brought
to light through the means of such a department
in newspapers in other countries, which we have
in memory's eye. The only difficulty in carrying
out a similar plan here will, we opine, be found in
the general indolence with which literary peoplo
are afflicted in this climate. : :
A larcje force of men was taken to San Francisco
from Chicago to build the Palace Tlotel, on a con
tract to work ten hours a day. Through a conces
sion of their employers they were for some time
allowed to quit work at five p. u. on Saturday, but
lately, owing to the anxiety to complete the roofing
011 the edifice before the winter ruins brgin, it was
demanded that the mnsons Khould work every day
the full ten hours. This was made an excuse by
" union;' men to begin a strike, aud a tat-eting was
called to demand a short day on Saturdays. Tho
contractor himself attended their meeting, explain
ed the biluation, and told them that those who did not
continue work at once would be discharged. The
men thought better of their resolution and the
strike ended. The weekly payroll of the contrac
tors for the buildinj includes to masons, 9C.7C9 25;
carpenters, $4,590 40; hodmen, $3,350 C5; labor
ers, $2,793 25. The scale of wages paid Is. masons,
$5 per day ; carpenters, $4 ; Lodmen, $3 laborers,
under: which head is included engineers, Ac $2
to $4. The foremen and sub-foremen are paid
from $4 to $S per day.
A case ok Cakei.ksh Hiding. A seaman belong
ing to the I). C. Murray, was enjoying a. horse
back ride the other day, and like most sailors
when essaying equestrian sport being unable to
8teer a Etra,gbt course' he 'an Z" " W
native woman and knocked her down. The woman
, V w w a - . 1
was quite old and feeble, and the ehock knocked
her senseless. The sailor was arrested, and on
the trial it appeared by testimony of a physician
that the woman had sustained a fracture of a rib,
and owing to her age, the injury may cause her
death.; - The result was that the seamen bad to be
discharged from his ship and is held in prison, in
default of bail, to await the recovery or death of
the woman. " . .
( f Boat Capsized. During the storm of la6t week
s, the schooner Luka, Capt. Jim Kaai, was in the
neighborhood of Ilalawa, Molokai, and in want of
ballast. Capt. Kaai started for the shore with two
men in the schooner's boat to procure seme stone
ballast, and ia the breakers was capsized. Now
tit ia'ot, generally speaking, a very serious matter
!for Hawaiians to be overboard in the breakers,
but in the present instance the sea appears to have
been so high and the undertow so strong, that
ICapt. Kaai and bis boat's crew were actnally in
danger of drowning. Parties from the shore,
among which were some wompn, at length swam
off with a rope, whereby the nearly exhausted
men were enabled to get to the beach. The boat
drifted off and was lost.
Mi sic Tins ArmKMn.-Tl Band will ply
Kmroa Sjuare, commenciog at four o'clock. Tb
Wowing Is the programme :
llawill Ka t a Marrh
H. k- II- ii. Otra, I ra Itatvoio...
O.l th B- it ful Blue Uanulx, wall,
la llsnau t Ka Slol, !a(narch, orw
t avaliua. 0era, Liuia
2 a u ti J 1 ' '
. ... .
(The lUod wm preventfrl from plsyinfoa Falur
dy Us. ! y the bknews of several of iht musicians )
Thc case of Rev Jihn 8. Glrndcnt.ing, of Jersey
City, has progrwed to the stags f the Preabytery's
receiving the report of the comniitlee appointed to
iuiif at tte acajidalou cbarg. against the rtver
cud jret'f"aru It is. perhaps, uffluiut to aay that
the four charges Uy fiod, after a two day's ewaioo,
are in substantial rrafSnnatUa of the worst that has
Wco published about Mr. Olendenniag. He is
charged with seducing Mies Poroeroy under rroiuiew
of roarriare, with further Immoralities with the same
person, with fatnenood and finally with on ministerial
an i unchristian conduct. Here is one scandal, at
ht. aUiut which ther Las Ufa shi mincing of
words nor dangerous delays in bringing to aa iaaoe.
Mr. Giro-denning claims to have an Impregnable de
fense, and from present appearances he will neeJ It
! very badly
Naval. II. B M. ft. Ktinltrr, te-ven gons, from
Panama, arrived on the .3d lost. The following Is a
lift of her ofhiM-rs :
, t'o--.mr Cltarka Verttoa Awaoa. .
I trultnjnf IrieH Orkb r.
. ., bfr-axf Henry lluahamla.
Staff M'ye Win 1. I'owrll.
t'm.lttr W hi. KhoJrt
Ckirf k.ngtntr' KreJ II. Hermann.
.h- ir-faf Krimt Iulcomb, Fred. KUoa.
A-.rl.-tS 4r. A Warkllh,.
SurytuH Arthur V. Miuyib
Attt amurrr Francis II Hair.
Smftmrt't ski Umarb Joka Jrfrrtea.
tfaafr-Aiif niu t.tilk-Srlri
Kof train I Lxnia, HUKXwnb.
The following is a list cf officers of U. H. 8.
Tcarora, which arrfved on Wednesday last :
C ommander ttrnry Krbra, Jr.. Ctwiiman.Unc.
Almldiaiil-C. A . n-hrtkj, Kxuiiv Odlerr.
" , i. A. Nuuia, Navi(ai'r.
- fill. P moods.
- t: t Allitwoc.
V -hater IMy.
Mitlrr M t llvde.
AJiip.it V. H. rVHitheilauJ. R. II. tlaet, V. U fotl
man. T. K. W. U. Verier.
t Sir fnytneer C. AlHlrade.
fart Jut. l'aVmnmttr. (ioodwln .bla.
jf. nry 1 Fitsslinniona.
fait Ant A'ayiarrr Jonathan VI. Knianuel.
Haul 1 wain I r. I'aik-r.
(,'MMMrr C. F. Vrtiahle
CirprHIrr Jrpl.us I.. Tbalcher.
uJ mmArrl u Hod.ly.
" i'aymnttrr't Ctrrtt'.. . IavU.
fmrlain'i ClrrkJ. U. K 0. II logins.
I -ki i r '.'' 1 ; -r I. ; s '.
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; ' Xokod, Iov. f.Tbe Timet aorrespondaat at
t arts, quotes x.a t'rtitt, seroi-owoial orf an, as
: saying that the forthcoming message of President
MacMahon will demonstrate to the Assembly the ue
i cesaity of or amiiag the Septeuaata and then dis-
solving; and Iheft " announces that the Government,
disapproving the tardiness of the Committee of
, Thirty, will submit a constitutional scheme of lis
; PakM, Njpf 'H-lCarlista beta deny the truth of
the -assertion of the Spanish Government that tha
I siege of Irun hat been raised, and profess to bava
information that Hit bes egera are cauuonading tha
town to-night, and that loo Carlos visited all lha
out-posts yesterday:-. A. Itepublican battalion baa
Imded at Fontarabis, and a decisive action ia ex
pected. Nfw York, Nov. i. Upon retiring from tha
, Drooklyn City Court-room, Judge Fullrrton visiied
j' the Cailed Siotua Court Building and filed Ir e reply
of Moulton to the complaint of Miss Proctor in her
libel suit. The document is very long. Moulton '
admit that ho knew Miss Proctor was tha lady re
ferred lo in connection with tha scandal, but felt
himself coerced by a combination of circumstances to
make the statement which is deemed liU-UoMtt that
i after Ltoecht-r'a statement, it became a matter of aelf
j defence for Moulton to make public his version of tha
j Lord Mayor's lay was observed In London in tha
usual maimer. . The crowd that gathered to witness
the procet-sion was immcoae and very enthusiastic. A
number of houses along the route wera decorated,
j The day was also the anniversary of the birth-day of
; the Priuoe of Wales, and Was further ctM. rale.l au
that nccount by the firing or aalutea and the ringing
of bells. The city was illuminated at bight.
,Te civil suit of TiJiod va. Deedier canw up befora
Judge Keyuolda In the City Court, Drooklyn, which
was crowded with spectators, including many women.
Tiltou was present with his coanael, JuJfa Fullerton,
Win. A. Bench, Judge Morris and Uoger A. Pryor.
lleecher was represented by Tracy and Shearman.
The case was calleJ, and Ju lgo Morris announced
fkat the plaiutifl was ready for trial; but Shearman
objected to the trial being commenced before lha ap- .
real bad been beard on the order issued by Judge
Nielson, aud asked for delay, that certain papers
necessary in the case ahould be printed. Judga
Reynolds fixed the time for hearing argument on tha
appeal at two o'clock on Friday next, and tha trial of
the case was set dowa for Wedoobday week, at 10 a. m.
New York, Nov. C It ia stated by the AbrfA
German Uvxtlle (hat the object of the proceedings
recently taken against the Government of tha Navi
gator Islands waa to enforce tha payment of an In
demnity which the Inhabitants ia 1872 agreed to
pay on account of outrages committed on German
residents. A small portion, bad boeo paid, and tha
et waa handed to the captain of a German war
-hip, who waa thanked by tha bead of tha Govern
ment for the justice and clemency ha had displayed.
He, in turn, promised to recommend bis Government
a partial remission of tha Indetaaity, Tha JVbrtk
Merman Gazette declares that there baa been Do io
tention of occupying tha Navigator, I-landa. -
The Republicans new concede a Democratic major
ity of 72 in lha next House, .
CoNHTAKTiNOPLe, Nov. 8 Despila Government
measures in Asia Minor, tha famina continuea. Tha
Khedive of Fgypt baa aent corn to the digressed dis
trict. Baker, the American Minister, Phillip Frances,
British Consul-General, . and . M. Sebet, French
banker, have formed a relief Committee.
: Pabis.JNov. t.L'Unlvert aaya it ia reported
that Italy ia about to issue a memorandum to tha
European Powers, calling attention to tha danger to
Italy from the intriguea of tba Vatican, declaring
that the- Government MB no longer tolerate tha
Pope'a permanent remdenet in it own capital, and
urging the Powera to discontinue lha practice of
maintaining ambassadors at the Holy See...
Losoo, Nov. i. Ad vices' from Gold Coast state
that a great gathering of native chiefs waa bald at
Cnpa Coast Castle on the th cf October lo clearly
express their views on the slavery and other ques
tions. King Koflte, of Ashactee, unable to recover ascen
dancy over tliw neighboring tribes, has settled down
quietly aod wishes trade relationa resumexl. Tba
Jlonasas atatloned on tin River Prah are pillaging
the traders. - J
Lo-iojr, Nov. 8 Over 1,100 atudenta of the
University of Edinburgh have decided to elect th
Earl of Derby to the Lord Rectorship.
A dispatch from Rome says the Pope Intended to
receive a deputation on Friday morning, but faloted
on entering the hall. -His physicians ueolare bia in
disposition to be alight.
Lc-iL-)-t Nov. 7. The sisters of the Tith borne
claimant bave petitioned the Queen for his release.
About the only charitable act of Plymouth congre
gation since the school for scandal waa started on It
boards, is the levying of a contribution for the relief
of Mrs. Tilton. Already, a few thousand dollara
have been subscribed, and the amount will, do
doubt, reach ten of them before the list ia cloaed.
Mrs. Tilton may feel humiliated at the offer, and
perhapa show a disinclination to accept. Still, home,
less and helpless, the chief sufferer by the revelation
of the past two months, she deservee sympathy and
substantial assistance if anybody connect fid with the
ease does, aod the fact that Plymouth congregation
has not quite forgotten her, will cover at least soma
of Ita tins both in this world, aod in the next
Stanley, tha discoverer of Dr. Livingstone, pro
poses to reap new laurels in the African wilda The
English papers notice a new boat, built from his own
designs, and intended to accompany his expedition to
Central Africa, which baa jast been launched from
the ship-yard of Mr. Messenger, of Teddington,
where she waa built. 3be ia forty feet from stem to"
stern, and baa a beam cf alx feet. The depth amid
ships is two feet six inches. She is provided with a
double baok of fourteen oars, seven on each aide.
Built of cedar, with mahogany balk heads, she can
be divided into five sections, weighing 120 pounds
each. The sections are furnished wi'h poles, and
can be carried after the fashion of an Indian palan
quin, two men shouldering a section. .The boat will
carry about fifty persons. Her tonnage is between six
and seven tons, and aha drawa oa foot of water
when fully loaded. The boat bas been called Th
Livingstone, aod a short trial trip wai very atUfao-,017.
II iCKFELI) At CO.
0M 9. C. ALLKN.