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C - S - BARTOW. BYE.P. ADAMS .
regular SaLB f fldEMD FURSITURB
.ON THURSDAY. : : : DECEMBER 16th,
AX A.-.- RTMENr OK
DRY COODS !
LOT OF CLOTHINC !
II A IKS.
II ACS OK Sl ti iK. ... A. c.
". S. HAKTOW, Auctioneer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
AM. I'AIITIKS HAVING CLAIMS AQAINT
the rstate of E. (i. AdJ-rljr, deceased, are hereby notified
lo present Ibrm with the proper vouchers to lh undersigned,
Juilowtrmlor, within i months fr-m th Brut publication cf
ILia notice or thry will be forever barrel And all persons
Indebted to thai estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment; such clalaia can ! presentr,! and such d-bts paid to rue
at the houa of Brewer A Co., Honolulu, Oahn.
H. J. COOLI00K,
Administrator i.f the rotate of K. O. Adderiy, deceased.
Honolulu, Noremb-r 2J!h, 1S7S. u.j2i 4t
Will lil Lahaina on the awoiid and foorth Monday of each
month. Ijibaina office at K. Jonea. u!20
James Makee's White Sugar.
A NEW A KTK'I.E, M'l'KRIOR TO AN V-
m. thing made In the Inlands.
For aale by
C. DRF.WKH b CO.
AIiDKRLY l CUOLIbUK.
nIX'SF.KKKI'KRS (Ml OTHERS WILL
On. I the rxeellnit sugar ol the alx.ve plantation at
C. BRKWER ft CO.
PI0T1EER DRUG STORE
OF TUB LNOKR.-IONED.
AH BEEN RFC KIVEI) UV I.ATK A R
r.rala an KNFIKK NKW ASSORTMENT Of
From the United Males and F.ume. Also,
Superior Perfumery and Toilet Articles ! j
Such aa Comb. Brushesoilrt Hoarder and Boaea, Japanned !
IJair Broahea. Soaps, lilyrerine Balm, Camphorice, Uenuinc I
Bar Kum, and numerous other articles. i
All mf whirl, arrallrrril For Snlral Iatr j
Order from the other Islands promptly filled, and strict j
attention paid lo seudins Only Ikr 4ttirral a fl Brut
f Artirlra, by
K. HOFFM A NN. M. I).
PLEASE YOUR CHILDREN!
CHROMO PICTURES !
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
EXTRA QUALITY POINTS,
LIOIIT ANI DARK FAST COI.OKd.
IXF.O U ATERI'UOOF.
Blue and Brown Waterproof, cotton and wool, and
Fine Black and Oxford Doeskins Blue atara.
Fine Blue and Black Broad Cloth,
Baby Carriage Hug. Garden Hals, Skirt Supporters.
AIo, lo Arrive,
D. C. Murray & R. C. Wylie
Blrached and I'nbleacl e.1 Cottons and Sheetings,
Russia Crash and Diapers,
tiros Grain Ulbbons, Fancy Flannel Over.hiit,
Blue and Urey Flannels,
Wh.le and Drab Moleskin, Cndrrshirts,
White and Buff Linen Duck.
Fancy Linen Drills, White Quilting.
Dre Hollands, Hamlktrchicls,
While Table Unen,
Finest Best and Medium Napkins,
Mosquito Netting, Niiy Flannels,
Cotton Ilote, Scarlet Flannel, Fancy Tweed.
Fancy Braids, Silk Gossamer.
Fancy Table Damask, Hair Cloth, Silicias, Shoe Thread.
PORTLAND CEMENT !
Assorted Paints and Oils, .
Ualraniied Tubs, Pails ami Wa.h Basins,
Tea Kettles, T Hinftes, & to 18 inch.
Fencing Wire, No. 6,
Annealed and Tarred Hoop Iron, best No. Id. light, 1 in.
Castor Oil, I and 2; Castile Sap, Getaulue.
Ward Payne Kangaroo Sheep Shers.
Curry Combs, India Rubber asserted-, Chaiiioi Skin
Spoo es, Caps. Shot, Fancy BowU.
A FINE ASSORTMT OF FILES. SCREWS
Ground Jamaica timber,
Urouad Pepper and Cinnamon,
Pure Cream of Tartar in bulk.
Pure Glyceriue, Fish Lines,
Best tace Leather, Fancy Soaps, C , Ac, 4c,
Golden Grtvte Flour,
ALWAYS ON n AND.
CRl'SHEO SVG A K.
BEST AND MEDIFM Q.UAL.ITIES
Columbia river and frazer river
in quantities to suit.
Downer's and Devoo's Kerosene
Country Onhrs Promjttly attended to
- and at Joirest Jiates, by
Castle Sc Coolie,
CALIFORNIA POTATOES & ONIONS.
SMALL QUAN'TITr RECEIVED PER
D. C. MCRItAk . rorcaieoj
30LLES & CO.
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, Dec. 11th.
BY ORDER OF MR. ROBERT RYCROFT.
On account of depar'.ur-, i'.l be sold.
Conflicting a follows :
On Bia-k Walr.u: Marble Tp (r.tre T.hlf,
On Hair Cloth iofa, On Ottoman,
Twi Hair Cloth R.,rker. Fr.ur Chairs,
Wi.e B'k Ca, Oiw biark Walnut Whatnot.
Or.- CVtitr Hu;, lil k Wainut bracket,
Win j iw Curtain., Corrn- ar. I t ,x.t gi,
'rtiim arnl V.fi,
1 Black Walnut Bed-room Set
Bnl :tb Hair an I tra Mlir.vi.
Oc Marti Top Hurrau, Washitand and Tat. I,
Wnt- Ri).k'r, F-.jr Chair and Tr.ri Ita- k,
On- Biii.-k Walnut Cril si. 1 Ultra,
l:uf u likni; Uai, Tnl-i, C'hir Ac- ,
One Meat i-afr, liu.in Tal.le, i hair..
Cna-kf ry war. Cutl-ry , W at(-r M'i.kr t ar.d i-hrlf
One China Dinner Set, 173 Pieces,
Kitrhn l"t.-n"ilx, Lain,-, Mati, liaLm, etc.,
Our Outar, Out- .'tth Tboma Call ndar CI.A-k, !
Onr hui.'y and HarQ--i, Sad ll-a and I'.ri lin, :
Our Hand Cart, One Sren K.vt Turning Wheel.
K. I. ADAM". Au.t'r. !
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15lh,
At half-pat 9 A. M., at Salrr oin, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prion, Muslins. Linen Drills,
Hrown Cotton", W hite Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawtu, Silk llandkerehiefs,
Hemmed l.inen Handkerchief,
FANCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS !
Harvard Phirls, Wool Sha la,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskeag Oeuiuis,
Cotton Prill. Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits,
lied Quilts, Merino arid Cotton iidershirts,
PELT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' iloe. Men's Pocks,
Bridles and Kits, Travelling Bags, Etc , Etc.
(IHOIEHIES, F.l.( (iODIIS, kl !
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeatt Powder, Sardines, Soda Crackers,
Clothe Pins, llams, Bacon, Candles,
Pickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Waih Blue, Pain Killer,
Drown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
K. I. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
lit OrJi i' of' tin' Ksn'iitar nf the -Zti'tte
ON FRIDAY. DEC. 17th
AT 1 A. M., AT SALEROOM,
Wi.l W Sold,
Household Furniture, Books,
HORSF. AM) CAKIll AGF.S. Sr.
As Follows, viz.:
One Saddle Horse, Two Open Buggies!
Two Sel Ilnrn-.
TWO DOUBLE BAKKEL FOWLINtl PIECES, OXK KIFLE,
VOLUMES BOOKS !
fair Cloth Sofa, Parlor Chairs,
IjOmkjcs and Drtsximj Noof,
BKD-KOOM SET: Bed, Bureau, Washatand, Chairs, kc.
Mirror, Mattre5ses, Center Tabl.-s, Square Tables,
Mosquito Nets. Pillow., Desk, Pictures,
Wardrobes, Book Caw, Clock, Safe.
Bath Tub, Orain Bier, Step Ladder, Commode,
Spittoons, Trunks. Easy Chair?, Wheelbarrow,
Opera Glasses. Canes, Whip, Silver Spoons,
Bracelet, Uold Eye Glasses.
j Glass & Crockery ware, Clothing!
14 UOLD HAWAIIAN BUTTONS,
SLKEYK MNKs & STL'DS, COAT LINKS,
SILVER COFFEE POT. SILVERTEA POT
Dl-fa.iiitf C'hmpm. &.e..
K. P. A DAMS, Auil'r.
Oiimli:ni 8alc ol
Ou Port Stroot.
By order of II. A. Widetuann, K?q., UunrJim of the minor
ctiidren of ,1. Uolluiati, deceased,
ON SATURDAY, : : : : DECEMBER 13th,
At 12 O'clock, M., at Salesroom,
Will OJ'trolat Pahlic A art ion at tin
IjKttt JVirc of SS50, that certain
Piece or Parcel of Land !
ON HOTEL STREET, IIOXOU LC.
Adjoining the residence of J. S. McOrew, M. D.. on the
easterly side, and formerly occupied by Mr. W. Fischer, with
111 the BlIl.niM.S X IMI,UOEJIKTS THF.REOV.
t?" TfiRMS CASH.
K. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
ON SATURDAY EVENING. DEC. 18th,
At 7 P. M., at Salesroom, will le sold,
Invoice of Christmas Goods
AND CAB, Cl'XS,
MAGNETIC TOY S, MARBLES.
TRUMPETS. SLEEVE BUTTON'S,
AMBER SETS. Xc, Ar.
An Assortment of Dolls!
Dressed and Undressed,
j Pirlurr Friuura. Cnudlralirka. &.C. 4.C.
1 Handsome Asst. of New Clocks
Bronze Clocks, Mantel Clocks, Scotch Clocks,
Levee Clocks, Gothic Clocks, Ionic Clocks,
Calendar Clocks, Regulator Clocks, &c, Ac.
HAVANA CIGARS !
i SMALL LOT OF GLASS WARE A NO
Chamber Furultur, Chairs, Rockers, Sofas ar.d Tables.
vt,T a assortment cf
CHINA GOODS AND CURIOSITIES!
K. P. ADAMS, Aact'r
For roi tlaiHl, Oregon.
Gr TL. I .A.
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
FRKIGHT AT LOWKST K.ITI-.S.
TlikO. II I'AVIES. A-nt
First Sailing Vessel
FOII SAX FItAXClSC O
AMERICAN B (RK
H. "A7". Almy,
K. fRKKMAN. MArTrK.
Fur Frht, apj-ty to
CSTLK C K KK. Aj.rt,t
ron sax fkaxc:is:o.
'"v TfaK INE NKW CLIt,plR 5CHOONKK
Built for the late W. C. I'.aistrn, Ktq , ia expected ei.r!y in
D'CemtK-r and tiave iiuick dispatch,
tor Frr,rlit or I'asag-, ai'piy to
J. T. W ATI R1I.1 K
The alv-rt;er lelieveii Ihis t ) he th- fiii t h.iir rtr
within our harbor and in built in .in Franoi.o. n '.'0 il
FOR iSYIKFV, X.&..XV.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S.
! On or about Dec. 16th !
All Freight intended for J-hipment per steamer either to
San FranrUi'O r the Colonies will be received in the Steamer
) Warehouse Frre of Slornuo.
' The Agents will gne a Warehouse-Rereii.t for all Mr-rehan-'
diae, but will not be lepon-ihle for lo by lire.
! XT For Freight tud Fa;iKe, to Pydney, New Zealand and
j Melbourne, apply to
! no20 C. BRKWER CO., Agents.
j CAM rDAMOICC O
; Australia and New Zealand Line
TIIK SI I.F. MHO STK I MSllll'
VASCO DE CAMA,
KICK, Commander, will
LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Dec. I Ith.
XV For Freight and Passage, or any further information,
no20 Apply to II. II ACKFELD & Co. Agents.
I'llint Mill STEAMSHIP (0S
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND LINE!
T II F. S F I. K X DID S T K A M S II 1 l
CITY OF SAN FRANCIS 0 !
Will Xjoavo ZIouolulu
KANDAVU, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting ut Kandavu with Company's steamer for AUCK
LAND. N. Z.. PORT CHALMERS, and interna? liate ports,
On or about the I 5th December.
For Freight and Passage, and further information,
no20 Apply to II. HACKFELD & CO , Agents
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER &. CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. O" Cash Advances made.
o2 ly C. BUKWER & CO
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
frl&SL C. BREWER i CO., AGENTS.
Vg Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
fxiSaipSks? liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. o2 ly) C. BRKWKR & CO.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCH A NT.
Monday. Dec 1.1th. 5pm
Wednesday, Dec 221, 5 p m..
Monday, Dec 27th, 5pm
...Circuit of Hawaii
....Circuit of Kauai
. . .Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
... .Circuit of Kauai
...Circuit of Hawaii
XT When there a,e no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay, an
effort willbemade to reach Honolulu Saturday P. M.
XT On down Trips the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu until
9 A M. or later; Makena until 6 A. M. or later; and Maalaea
Bay until 8 A. M. or later, without due notice of any change
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai $ 5 00
" ijUialua. Maul 6 00
" Maalaea, Maui "00
" Makena, Maui 8 00
" Mahukona, Hawaii 10 00
Kawaihae, ' 10 00
" Kailua. " 10 00
" Kaawaloa, " 10 00
Ililo, " 12 S
" " Kau Coast " 15 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip 22 00
To or from any Pert on Kauai 8 00
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip 12 00
Deck Passage for natives only -00
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight cr Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEV HUE ON' DEMAND!
XT A" effort will be made to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Apent.
Office wilh Wilder Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LUIALY1.
g THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANE, Master.
WlllKun Rfnlarl) betwffn This Port and Lahaina,
Honoluln Saturdays and Lahaina everj Wedufsdajs.
953 3m II. H ACKFELD A Co.. Agents.
It AU AI T A CIC J3T !
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
Will have Regular Dispaich for the above named Port", on
and after the 5th of November next, until further notice.
Freight and Passengers taken at the Lowest Rates.
962 BOLLES & CO., Agents.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYREN,
DIRECT FROM BOSTON. AMERICAN
PRIME PORK, American Mees Beef,
New Bedford Tow l.ine,
New Bedfo. I Cutting Falls,
New Bedford Whalemen's Oars,
60 Bales Best Patent Oakum,
All of which will be Sold at Low Prices by
o30 BOLLES A CO.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO HIVE PHOTOGRAPHS TM
V K A K
l fullv t.rr irl ir.tft a li-.'' and '.! a .r" 1 t
erryt! 1 1 r. fc. line U u p!)f 'l i ut. uiir
lh - d-..-;n it cn .e the-r Ne,'ttrr V.ri u- !.'.! .
li.r fir-t l'i iT K- i .' a. -mi. I advin to ( nee
C n!l ami n" f'r St. ly
;. I II i I ij II II ii I v
I K R
H. C. FaTYME,
ONK ll(M)KKI) A M TWDXTV IAVS
FROM LONDON DIRECT.
HEST ANNEALED DRAWN FENCING
W I RE. No. I. 5.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron I
( itd ran iz' d Iron 'PiLiny,
1-2 it- 3-4 in.
T5 o t II o o j Iron,
3-1. 7-, and 1 inch.
HORSE SHOE NAILS AND HORSE SHOE4.
BOOTH & CO'S BEST PORTLAND CEMENT
PATENT SHOT, 1 to 12.
Hubbuck's Best White Lead
AND ZINC PAINT.
Huhl.uck's Lamp Black, Venetian Red, Vehow Ochre,
Hubbuck's K-d Lead Putty in 12$ lb. bl.ddeis;
Hubbuck's Raw and Boiled oil, in casks and drums.
TABLE KNIVES AND FORKS.
CAR V E Its, RFTCIIER KNIVES,
POCK ET K N I V ES, Xr.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
BEST ENGLISH SADDLERY !
A LAIM'E ASSORTMENT OF
WHITE, SCARLET, BLUE. MAGENTA AND
COLLECTION OF TOYS !
CKoyl'kT SETS, SLATES,
Si.ATh PKNCIIji. 4c. Ac.
li.WtY'S FEEDINU BOTTLES,
BLACK and BLUE TWEEDS!
(Ju'.d. llluck iiiul HI in- AV;iterproof Tweils,
JAPANESE SILKS !
WOOL REPS, WOOL SHAWLS,
MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS !
Men's Colored Sliirt9, Dlue Jean Shirts,
Men's Flannelette Shirts, Regan Shirts,
Men's Wool Shirts, iisst.l. colors;
An Elegant Assortment of
Ladies' Fancy Articles
White Cricketing Flannel,
Blue and Scarlet Flannel, Cassiraere Prints,
Cretoine Trints, White Cottons,
Brown Cottons, Scotch Domestics,
New Patterns and Styles.
EXTRA ENAMELED CLOTH FOR CAR
A Choice Z,ot of J-anry Silk and Cotton
and Fiynrid Jr lan nth,
DIAUONAL TWILLS, OXFORD SHIRTINU, ETC.
Christy's Black and Colored
FELT HATS, Newest Shapes !
MEN S SILK HATS AND DRAB SHELLS.
A LARGE VARIETV OF LADIES STRAW
HATS, NEW STYLE. MEN'S AND
BOY'S STRAW HATS, Jkc.
Haberdashery and Hosiery
A LARGE ASSORTMENT.
. . i t. tt Z r- A4-il. i
AlSO, a Cjrreat Variety Ol ArtlCieS
too Numerous to mention.
NOW Li IL N jy Z 1M Cr j
MARY BELLE ROBERTS.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
E1VGLISII PRINTS !
o -I I rv o ITonAtr A il ! r I n c
LaUICO 1 niloj rtl lltylCs
IVEW FA.tC? J
&c, 4c, &c. 4 c.
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe, j
ti BBLS. BEST ENGLISH FORT- i
JUU LANDCEMKNT. j
100 Coils best Russia Hemp R'gging, j
Cods Russia Bolt Rop, i
Cases English Tie Fruits, J
Cases do. Pickles,
Cases do. Ground Pepper, j
Cases do. Mustard, j
Cses do. French Peas, j
Csks Table Salt, in bottles j
For ?ale at the Lowest Prices by
o30 BOLLES & CO. i
DAILY EXPECTED PER BK. CEDAR,
nROM EUROPE A LARGE INVOICE OF
the Beit Qualities of Hubbuck's Paints and Paint Oils.
BOLLES lr CO.
BOLLES Jt CO.. HAVE RECEIVED PER
D. C. MURRAY AND M. II. ROBERTS. ZOO Barrels of
Ben California Lime which will be sold at the Low
est Prices in other words, we will not be UNDERSOLD in
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
pAhER'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
U Received per Murray, and for sale by
BOLLES & CO.
fllO LEND ON APPROVED SECURIT1,
M. IH SUMS TO SUIT. Apply to
CECIL BROWN, Attorney at Law,
No. S Ksahumanu Street.
. JWLLAJiJr CO.
U ITU! II SI'
procecMis to the nyinoiit
REDWOOD ! !
REDWOOD ! !!
rpilK I ni:ilK;NKIl Ol l'KIt rim
1 f.K at h t . Whirl, ri .jjaau:.. to a t pjr-
X XV A X I I " G
-K t.JM liUK-
Cor.s.suiii of :
1 In. SURFACED REDWOOD BOARDS,
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Planks.
1x6 In. Tongued & Grooved R. W. Flooring
1 l-4xG In. T. & O. R. W. Flooring,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
2 In. Rough Redwood Plank,
4x4 Rough Redwood Scantling,
4x6 Rough Redwood Scantling,
6x6 Rough Redwood Scantling.
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
44 FAYES " SUP. REDWOOD SHINGLES !
::m ALLEN & ROBINSON.
yTILL I RESENT THE CSCAL FINE
DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS
For parties desirous of selecting for
; CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
I PKE8ILTS I
Fur which it lias l-en noted, and the utnlersinc J, in acknowl.
j eilRerucot cf the t.ul.lic'j apprrciatiun of his selections fur
; their requirement heretofore, has spared no pains to merit a
j continuance of the same. The selection embraces
i Parian Figures and Reliefs !
j Walnut Side and Corner Brackets,
j IT orforato cl 3VE ottooii,
BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS
' - . Consisting of
C) ,.x, Nursery, Little F.,k, I'eep Show, Picture Ualle
tf it." Maker, Wee Wee Stories, Child's Delipht, Fairy
Ix'h Rhymes, Chimes and Jingles, Wide Awake, Easy
Book. 'dials, Songs for little ones, together with many others
in do, i hoan's; as also an
EXCELLENT VARIETV OF
Linen & Paper Toy Books !
Scrap B ks. Alliums and Scrap I'ictures,
Drawing Books and Slates,
Mathematical Instruments !
BOXES WATER COLORS.
Noah's Ark in variety of sizes. A variety of
Animals with Natural Voices !
Comprising Sheep, Coats, Dogs, Cats, Birds, Cows, Ass, Ac
Another lot of those pleasing Acrobats, Embossed Alphabet
Blocks, Kmlxisned Dominoes.
Checker Boards in Chinese, European ar.d American manufac
ture, Chess Men in ivory and wood. Checker Men, Vignette
Authors, Avilade, and other Card Uames; a small assortment
of Feather Dusters. A few Music Boxes in horn and wood
rases, playing from 3 to H tunes.
Also, another lot of those
That g:tve so much satisfaction last year, together with a few
CIIR0M03 IN OIL. THE ARRAY OF
DOlls and doll articles
Will exceed last year's display, and consists of Doll Bodies,
Wool Dolls. Bathing Dolls, Undressed Dolls with and without
voice, a large variety of Dressed Dolls, Boy Dolls, Dolls spea-
Wg iBpa and Mama," Doll s Hath Tub, Bedsteads, Trunks,
Hats, Shoes, Jewelry, Fans, Garnitures, Matches, Chatelaines,
, Mocking and Hih Chairs, Masons, Ois and Perambulators,
Doll Heads in Rubber, China, Wax, Parian and Leather, Doll
Kid Arms, Jingling Bells, Fruit Balloons, Battledore and
for wool work, embroidery, crochet, millinery and sewing.
Wood. Tin and Cane Furniture, Rocking Horses,
Horse IIeads,'Jumping Jacks, Kaleiilscofs.
Piotols with paper caj-s, Christmas Tree Ornameuts,
Lanterns, Brackets, Candles and Candle Holders,
Magnetic and Automatic Toys !
Rubber Rallies, Wicker Rattles, Plated Rattles,
Tin Rattles, Tin Toys, Rubber Toys,
Rubber tlea ls, Barking Heads, ,
a FINE ASSORTMENT OF
in Picture Frames, Albums, Cushions, Watch Poclets,
fcli-rs. Boxes, Bags, Ac.
Spring Tops, Flyitig Top. Serene Top",
Dancer and Cham Icon Top.
BOY'S AMERICAN TOOL CHESTS !
American Ten Pins. Croqu-t Set, Had Boat,
House, Gothic. Cottage and Tammany Banks,
Wash Stand?, Side Boards.
Tea Sets and Dinner Se'.s in variety,
Weather Houses, Water Works,
Oak Express Wagons,
Oak and Painted Wheelbarrows,
c. Ac. Ac.
A ?MALL ASSORTMENT OF
RUSSIA LEATHER COODS
Consisting of Ladies' Travelling Bugs, Necesiaries, P.ckets
aud Belts. Port Monaies, Card Cases.
THE USUAL VARIETY OF
DIARIES FOR 1876 ! !
Inkstands f- r Ie..k, Pocket and Library,
Pen Wipers, 5'en Racks. Paper Weights, Sponge Cups,
(."old Pens, Peirl and Ivory Pencil Cases.
Rubber lloId-.-3 with Pens, Ivory Tablets.
Call and See the Display !
XT Cash Sales preferred and a libera! discount allowed
therefor, when possible.
Orders from the other HWnds solicited, whi. h will meet with
THOS. C. THRUM.
no20 No. 19 Merchant t-
V IN Quantities :o tail by
r.; Hut'ons, Cigarette Taper, etc., etc.
Commercial 51 bbcrtiscr.:
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j frvta the IlinJ if Oahu, His rxcxUencj W. L.
Ke!.onai will act as (iovernor cf tLr I-UuJ
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NOTES Ol THE WI'.EK.
Hoxoi.i i r IVmkinw kv, N. 1 Kmoiith Timi u
--At a nie-lii;p i.f I!.! hixtv I'd TLnr!.I.j t-ii-tiing.
nil !li- i 'M:. is Hiio ret-lci.lt d (.r l!u fiin'iiijr
i Tl'NOKlAL I'ThLIllMI NT. Mr. l':!", jut
i peneJ ou Fort titt t, or-jnite I KM KclK.ua Hall,
Lis fv.n-J up i attraL'tive ctlc, an I cflira tl.c a J
Jitii u:il iuJucetuetit t f a frto bm t-t!:ick.
,-r Tbr rfjjtil tr ni.itilhljr nu ctiiiif ol tin" II .
w.-xii.is Mi-.-i.i (.'hildt ' Sn'iMy. will ! In-ld
tliis t'Vt'tiiiij, ul Ibi' residence nf I. C Jotie l!s.
till An ii Avenue.
A Ciiristm s Turk fy A writer in lite .Ytw Yutk
M'orll f rodicts that a leg it wing of tlie Kurvpctn
Turi.ej will Le cirved otf tcfi.re Chrisltusa and
terved to tlie Ihujerois t f Kui.t and Atiftriii.
TlIK t'tiMINO l.l.HTIu.N. We liear lli.ll it public
tiK-i llli will lie C.illed diltlng tlie cumiilj; week, lo
M'lect catididuteK ta represent lloiiululii in tlie
next h-ssi.,!i til the I.egil.itnte. Ihis dixit ict M'lid
Moonlight CuxciBr Last Thur lay, lirgin-ing
in tiortu, ended io tne cf thuse dcliciouf, calm,
cloudless moonlight nights for which our climate ia
noted, and licrgcr'a Land attracted crowds to Kiiiina
Sjuare to lieteu to first clus iiiumo. i
Jsi I'ri.EMKsr. --We piiut in a iiiplt inenUl hheel
w ith to diy'i paper, I lie senium pleached tn Amei i
cuti TliitnUgivitig I.ty, (Nov. 'J.'th) by ll.e Ker.
1I. l. uu. ill til thin city. It will lie loiind well
y woi tli tending and preservation.
The New Nr.niE M Kititu.i.."--Tliin bemiiilul
Te.ssel, building by the Mcmis. 1'oster lor the
owner- tf the 1'ioiici r MilU ut I.-.thiiina, is fust itp
prouching completion, utid will be rettdy IoIuiiikIi
f.robably w'uhin u loituiht.
- Colllsion. Yeslerdny the Lark Butna Vitla, ia
coming into the dock with considerable headway on,
having just ctut off the tow of the JVV, carried
awav the jib-toctm of the iron bark Aglaia, lying
alongside Brewer's wharf.
Sloar from Lahaina. The schooner .Wttie
Merrill, ou the last three trips haa brought "oo.l
keg9 of sugar. On her arrival nt Wednesday the
captain reported HOD cabin passcngera, which
turned out to be kegs of So. 1, C. & T.
1'kc'kmhkr Term. The winter term of the Circuit
Cou; t for Muui and its depcu.K'ucica commenced at
Lahaina on Tuesday last. Hon. C I'. Harris, First
Associate Justice, Bailed on the Kilauea on Monday,
to hold the term, Mr. E. 1'reston, Deputy Attorney
General, prosecuting for the Crown.
Music this Afternoon. The land will play at
Emma Square this afternoon, commencing at four
o'clock. Following is the programme:
K Moi K.Mnksna. March llerj. r
flrsnd HcI.k lion, Ojwra, T he Lat Ihiya of l'ouix-ii. , . I'rtrella
Alberlha, Wultz, new Roaati
Helen ion, (ipera, Masanielln, new Autier
In silk and Palui, Folk a Mazurka, new luual
Artist Wuadrille, new...
, . .Hirauss
crglar y. The residence of Mr. M. IJ. Beck-
fwith, in Nuuanu Avenue, was entered on Sunday
last, while the family were at church. The thief
rummaged through the drawers and tru ik, and
succeeded in finding $8.'J5 belonging to w ne chari
table institution, 'and decamped w ith the t ia.: The
cook of one of the neighbors observed a Mtive boy
leaving the house during Sunday fore toon, but
nothing occurred to excite his suspicion of theft.
Struck bt Lightm.vo. During the storm early
on Thursday morning last, the spire of the native
church at Waikiki, near the cottage of the late King,
was struck by lightniDg and slightly damuged, the
rain puttiug it out. The vane on the top of the
spire was thrown Ly the force of the shock a dis
tance of several hundred yards, and the pole on
which it stood was neatly split from top to bottom,
the fluid descending to the ground on each side cf
Kins the Mac iiink." One evening this week,
an individual who was evidently drunk clear through
staggered into the station house, and after steadying
himself for a moment against the office railing
caromed on the Deputy Marshal, and with a ludi
crous attempt to be polite inquired, " H-say, d-do
you run this Lere-hic-machine?" That official mo
destly acknowledged that he sometimes Lai that
distinguished honor; and it being pretty apparent
that the stranger was unable to care for himself, Le
was taken in and provided with a bight's lodging.
Li'Ats and Liulor. The practice Las Lecome
quite prevalent of late of persons giving what are
called luau parties, at which liquor is freely fur
nished not only to foreigners but natives as well.
The police authorities have expressed the determina
tion to put a stop to the practice, and commenced
operations on Wednesday last. On that day there
was a luau party in the neighborhood of Moanalua,
and a number of natives got intoxicate-. On Thurs
day the pereon who gave the party was fined 'io,
AmiiKNTs. On Wedne.-d.ty a horse attached to
a wagon standing on Fort street got hid head gear
foul of one of the long shafts of the wagon, caus
ing him to back, and finally ovriturn the vehicle,
in which a lady was seated at the time. With pome
difficulty she was refciK-d from a perilous position
iu dangeroiib proximity to the horses' heel, arid
fortunately without serious injury. ' On. the same
day there occurred two runaway .s with wagons.
but we have beard of no persons being injured. '
' Once Moke, Almost a Fire. The narrow es
capes of Honolulu from the devouring element have
been numerous. Yesterday morning again tiere
was almost a fire. On opening the office of the
American Consul, in the second story of Makee's
Block, it was found that the bottom of a woolen
spittoon ftllel with tawdust and the floor beneath, it,
had been burned through, and the fire was at work
on the floor timbers. It is suppose 1 to hive pro
ceeded from a lighted cigar thoughtlessly dropped
by some visitor at the office, which had communi
cated to the sawdust and thus slowly burned all
Ka La hit IlAWAii.--TI.is native weekly news
paper w hope title signified -The Hawaiian Nation"'
has rapidly increased in circulation since it firs!
appeared a year ago. lis i.-ue f..r this week is a
specimen nun.ber of wh.il it propose to be during
1876. more than twice its farmer size:--presenting
to its readers twenty-four columns of oiiinal and
selected matter. In addition to ils presented staff
of writers at the head of which is the Iley'l. II.
Farker it is announced that the IjTei -end I '. B.
Andrews, J. Bicknell. and M. Kuaea ire er gaged
to contribute regularly to its columns. a j "du- '
calor of the people high-toned, out-spokenVtid
enterprising -the Lahit Hawaii has been thin far
a success, and we wish it a continued career of
prosperity and wide spread influence,
rursaievj '') vu.Mvw
NO. 16 MERfiir AWT ST
iy The nosi. arrival of th mail ateamcr trow lli
Colonies is of court nrr maitrr for speculation
we I n k for Lrr at any n.( n-rLt.
Arwirrrn. Iu Ihe eat if Lt uis Ashman, charf-
j ed with thootir.g a CLioaman at Makawao Ut sum.
mar, the jury on IhuraUy lt rt turned a uuanl-
ok ui vrrl.ct tf r.ct guilty, after a two days tilat.
' rZT A nutiicroua party t f youths an ! "cuildrfo
' cfa larger itrcwth," arnl,!rl at th rtailrne f
j li e Kcv. Dr. Dauuu ht riruitg an I K' "r.
prise " to IV f K. W. Daiuoo on the - d animrrvary
of hit birlh-dy.
IIo.m.ii mh. Two iia'ive tot . cauglt in the at!
of tiing obot n Utiguape lu tL iiflf hboihaod of
girl hool, wrrre yesterday at-ot tvrr, on lor
twenty and tt." other for f.ftren data whh hard
labor. TLa tentrnce wa not a bil lto acrt for
I'ioump to tio Wj stated in our latt that ob
of the men ir.jured ty collision on Lorttbark on tht
'.-';b was taken to the queen's Ilpital. But it ap
pears that after Dr. Pblplry, who waa gratuitously
atteudiog upon tht man, Lad procured strvtcltr
and bearers to remove him to tht Lcapltal, Lt posi
tively declined to go.
' M asmmc. Al Iht trgular met ting of Hawaiian
Lodge No. ill, K. & A. M . Lei I liecvmUr Ctti, th
following vflicers were rr-etectel for Iht) iiisuiuf
I K Fyfe W. M.
tS. II. IMe M W.
W. L. Wilcox J. W.
K. A. Schacfer Trwaaurer.
f. T. (iulick Hcrttary.
Moki: I. uu. it An ngreenient was rtitered Into
between the government and t'apl. Frost of tit
bark II. . 7i, which sailed on Mndy lor
Hong Kong, by wjiich ltn Captain iinderUke to
biing hither peine lour hundred Chinese free Immi
grant, tfoily or fifty of which are lo Le female)
the goiernmcnt paying m tllpulated tutu per Lead
for each liealitiy person lauded I. ere.
Caki iJ-ss ink or KutrAKM A geiilleman walk
ing through the Hotel yard on Monday evening last,
was not a little startled ly Lrariog a rifle or pistol
ball whin ty in clote proximity to Lit ear. Careful
enquiry failed to ahow from whenos it come. Horns
body Lad teeo very careleaa (u ths use of a firearm,
and it is hoped that this paragraph may asrve at a
Chimamen (Joinu Homk. Ihe baik W. II. ltrit,
which urri vision Saturday evening last from Orrgou
and tailed again ou Monday for Hongkong, Lad no
less than 415 Chinete pavscngeis, who Lavs Leen
employed in building railroads, tniulog, etc. It was
stated that thrte returning rcltaliala carried with
them tome S-W.OOo j coin, their tavinga in the
land of the " Melican man."
Homiwabii Bot KD. 1 was a plraiapt sight in
Saturday last as II. B. M. H. I'tltttl steamrd past
the 1'. H. S. Tutcaror aud II. B M. H. Myrmidon,
the former with a pennant at the main that trailed
in the water to see the crews of tht ships at rchor
run up the rigging aud give lo suoceation three
hearty cheers to those who were Lomeward bound
for Merrie England."
"Mn-ALiMe." Mr. J. C. W'Lite, the enterprising
engineer of the l'ioneer Mills at Lahaina (Messrs.
Campbell and Turton) Las recently Imported ft faw
pounds of this valuable compound, a self-lubijottinf
material, no 01 bring vi'J. A correspondent lu
forms us that it can be seen at the above mills,
working to perfection on a centiifugal pump run
ning from HOO to KMMJ revolutions per rniuute. Be
sides the advantage of using no oil, the bearings and
shaft keep perfectly cool. The material Is quite
adapted to quick running machinery. The pro
prietors intend to run all their machinery with this
article, ana they say, let the sperm Whales swim 1 i
Who Knows TTho Scientific Anifriran-jf.
" If musquitoes or other Hood-suckers infest our
sleeping-rooms at night, we uncork a bottle of the
oil of pennyroyal, and these animals leave in great
haste, nor will they return so long as the room le
loaded with the fumes of that aromatic Letb. If
rats enter the cellar, a little powdered pola.li thrown
in their holes or mixed with meal and scattered io
their runwsys never fails to drive them awsy.
Cayenne pepper will keep the butter and store
rooms free from ants aud cockroaches. If a mouse
makes an entrance into any part of your dwillltijr,
saturate a rag with cayenne, in solution, and stuff
it into the hole, which can Le repaired with wood or
mortar. No mouse or rat will eat that rag for the
purpose of opening communication with the depot
St:i'i'Osr:i Mirdlr ox Kauai. A letter from
fyerifl Wilcox, dated at Lihue, Dec. It!, esys : " On
Wednesday, the 2ltli of last month, a Chinaman Ly
the name of Amine, who worked for Mr. Liudetnann
in Waialua, was found desl In the river. His neck
and face were much discolored, and a great deal of
blood came from Lis mouth. An inquest was Leld,
Lut the Coroner's Jury could not agree four atood
for accilentcd drowning and two that Le was kil'.rd
Ly some person or persons unknown. On investiga
tion, I Lave come to the conclusion that Le was
choked Ly a man named Lahaina, and thrown Info
the river. The Chiaamau was in the habit of visit
ing a woman who lived on the other aid of the
stream. An old man who lives at tha hou with
the woman says that on Tuesday night ha heard the
Chinaman call him to come over with the canoe. He
went down to the bank and then Le beard a nolae
like some one choking or vomiting, and La saw La
haina there. He thinks the Chinaman was then
under the water, as Lahaina was standing lo tb
water and the noise soon stopped. He went back
to the house, and was afraid to go over the river.
The body was found not twenty feet from tha spot,
It is said that Lahaina had b wn heard to make
threats the day before, that if be found the China
man alone Le would kill him." Lahaina Lai Leen
arrested aod held for trial.
Los or Tlie Kthoonlb Owasa, 71 wreck of
the schooner Owana was attended Ly some rather
peculiar circumstances. The Captain was ordered
to go to Lanai for sheep. He Lai a sock of money
on board for the purchase of Lit freight, which
money Le placed for greater security, as Le alleges,
down in the Lol l, In a crevice, alongside of tne '
In approaching Lis port, on the eastern end, .
as we stated last week, the one known as 4 i
landing," Le ventured through a narrow c
between the rock I'uut the and the mainland.
a whale boat cannot psss at low water, and. ,
touched ground, ss Le was well assured La wo.
aud knocked a hoi in Lis bottom, exactly at the $f
uhere the lag of money lay, which of course mutt
Lave fallen info the sea. But the schooner waa ty
no means a wreck al this time, although leaking
rather freely. She entered Ltr port, the Lay of
Mantle, about noon, on a calm clear day. On near
ing the usual anchorage, the Captain jumped tn
the schooner's small boat, that was towing aloog'ide,
and went ashore, avowedly to get assistance. At
the time of his leaving, Lis crew, two natives, were
below, butily rngnged in trying to stop the leak.
Whilst so engaged, they felt the vessel bump against
the rocks, and rushing on deck, they found their
craft ou shore, and observed that the Captain Lad
forgotten to throw the anchor overboard. The men
left the wreck, and as they could see nothing of their
Captain, they allowed the Owana to thrash about In
the aurf till she broke up into firewood, without try
ing to save a stick or a rope. The schooner is owned
by a native in town, and the money belonged to
Mr. Emtob : In view of the fact that retail
liquor shops are known to Lave been fined for selling
to natives, I would ask, why is not the law, (which
iu this instance is mandatory and not merely direc
tory) properly enforced? This is the law to which I
" Upon a violation of any of the conditions of Lit
bond by any licensed dealer in spirituous liquors. It
shall be the duty of the Minister of the Interior to
pass sail bond to His Majesty's Attorney General of
the Kingdom, for enforcement against the parlies
thereto, both principal and surety, with such inform
ation as bas come to Lis knowledge lo regard to any
Kit Majesty Las very clearly indicated Lis desire
to discountenance intemperance among Lit people;
is the policy of Lis Ministers a different one t
Fiat Jiititia. ,
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