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BY C. S. BARTOW
A U C T I ON SALE!
On Eaturdar. December 23. 1ST, at 12 k t
On Saturday, December i3, 1ST, at 12 o'clock M .
By Order of FANNY KEKELAOKALANI ! !
Oairiun t STELLA KEIAILAM.
IWIM, orPER FOR NILE THE LEASK
for (TKM TEA Rj4 j of those ralaable Rice Laods, titualrd
la Waikeie, Oaba. ami more fully described io Bora
Patent No. 4370, aa oasuUng of
Apena 1, Mapana. 23 acres; apana 2, Kaelekei. t 61-100
mm; a par. a S, Pahowiliwill, 2 67-100 acre; apana 4. Mana
kapaaa. 7 64-100 acre, a total of 13-100 acre. A larre
part oT the abort is mitable for the ealtiration of Bice (and a
part it already an'er soch cultivation). Reaerrtcc only the
occupied by liskol. with orse acre of kale patches Imme
diately around it, on the Ian of Kaelekel.
it an npset prlre ef $250 per so a am. aid all taxes.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Hoootola, Dee. 19, 187S.
Last Christmas Sale !
THIS YEAR AT BARTOW'S
This Saturday Evening,
Decern her 2JJ, commencing at 7 o'clock,
A VARIED COLLECTION
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Cold and Silver Jewelry,
Grand Asst. or TOYS !
cnoiCB lot or PERFUMERY ahd soap,
Albums, Books, Chromos, Vases,
Fine Asst. of Fancy Glass Ware !
ARTICLES ADAPTED FOR ALL.
L AT) IE 3 INVITED AND SEATS OFFERED
C. 8. BARTOW. Auct'r.
C 2? edit ale !
Choice & Staple Goods
THURSDAY, December 28,
AT 10 A. Mn AT SALE3B00M,
Wmr Piarflealara Plere.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
TMytl A YKRM CI THREE IT EARS-THOSK
m? very desirable Premises situated oo Liliha Street, within
tn mirulra walk of the Poal Office. The house ia well salted
for a family, and contalna a Parlor, four good Bedrooms, one
extra target Bath Kooni. with Urge Dining Room and Kitchen
attached to the main building. The verandas are wide and
roomy. Oorernmeut water ia laid on in the Kitchen and Bath
Room, and there are three taps in the lot, and has all the nec
essary out buildings. The lot contains about half an Acre, and
there ia grass enough for one borse the year round. For further
particulars enquire of
n24tf VH. JOHNSON, Kaahumanu Street.
. A Fine Lt af
White Lustral Wire Ware I
COMPRISING A NICE ASSORTMENT OP
Egg Hlands, Dish Stands, Dish Drainers, Vegetable Tongs,
Napkin Rings, Knife Rests, Sponge Baskets,
Comb and Hair Brush Cases, Soap Brackets,
Soap and Brush Ilolders, Most Baskets,
Ir Vases, Otpsy Kettles,
Watch and Jewel funds,
Jewel Baskets. Jewel Stands.
Card Baskets, Toy Furniture,
Toy Castors, Break last Castors,
Tea Castors, Etc, Etc., Ktc, Etc.
FOR SALS AT
A. L SMITH'S
ai 2m 73 Fort Street.
HO LTER MANN'S
PREPARED FROM THE RECIPE OF AN
eminent Physician of Fifty Years Experience, stand un
riealsd as a
Safe & reliable household medicine
May be giren to the youngest infant or the most aged adult
OTITH ' PERFECT SAFETY ! !
ror Asthma, Colds, Bronchitis, Pains in the Chest, Dys
entery, Diarrhoea, Spasms, Scarlatina, Toothache,
Headache, Fevers, Depression,
Indigestion, Ac, Ac,
IIOLTFKXISX'S LIFE DROPS will be foind aa
laatf dJsie and Effectual Remedy.
For INFANTILE COMPLAINTS,
specially during the Critical Period of TEETHING,
The Lli Drsps are Sarpasscd by Medicine
tT Persons Residing or Traveling In the Interior should
never be without a Supply of the LIFE DROPS, which In
ease of extremity invariably prove a True Frlesid I at
Agent for Honolulu.
VISITORS AT IIILO. AD f ARTIES EST
ROLTE FOR THE VOLCANO, ean find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATE3, at the above establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
mountain. tjjH ly) C. K. HAPAI.
E. S. Cl'MU PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, "Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c.
FLOUR AND BREAD,
HEMP AMD MANILA CORDAGE !
AT LOWEST RATES BY
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt "Works.
Pore Bred Aylesbury Docks. Home Fed Turkeys.
XltlQ STREET, BOIfOLVLV. 7 If
BY E. P. ADAMS.
CREDIT g ALE
Ex "Anglo Saxon
From Hong Kong,
Wednesday, December 27th,
At 10 A. M-, at Salesroom, will be sold, on a
CREDIT TO THE TRADE!
Rolls Chins Matting, Coils Hemp Rope, Chests Tea,
Preserved Ginger and Fruits. Nests Camphor Trucks,
Bamboo and Katan Chairs an 1 Sofas,
China Cigars, Fire Cracker,
Chinese Fans, Florida Water, Asst'd 8.1k Handkerchiefs,
China Tobacco, in paper; Lines and Crass Cloth,
Slippers, Looking Classes, Curtain and Brass Ware,
Pieces Stone, China Bricks, Ac, 4-e., Ac.
AND AT 1 P. M. SAME DAY,
Al Lewis1 Cooper Shop, cjrposite the Bethel,
CHINA PROVISIONS, consistingof
Bags Rice, Fish, Chow Chow, and A lot of
FIREWOOD, OLD LUMBER,
WATER CASKS, &c, &c, &c.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Executor's Sale !
RBTAJL STOCK AT AUCTION
By order of M Pico, Esq, exeoutcr of the estate of
Antone Manuel, deceased,
ON FRIDAY. - DECEMBER 29,
At 9 o'clock A. M. at Salesroom, will be sold,
THE EiWIRE STOCK
belonging to said estate, and consisting in part of:
Fancy Fattern Prints, Blue Prints, Fine White and Brown
Cottons, Blue Flannel, Heavy Denims, Blankets. Fine Black
and Colored Merinoes, Black Cobourgs, Fancy Silk Shawls,
Bedspreads, Fancy Ribbons, Laces, Thread, Combs, Ca'.ico,
A Large Asst. of Fine Clothing,
Denim Pants and Jumpers, Fancy Wool Pants, Boots and.
Shoes, Ladies Shoes, Playing Cards, Hats, Caps, Cmbrellast
Perfumery, Hair Oil, Wash Blue, Pipes, Tobacco, Kaisinit
Soap, Oysters, Rope, Candles, Trunks, Honey, ,
Show Cases, Mirror, Water Cooler, &c, &c.
one two-wheel, brake.
horse and harness.
' E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
EVEisriiisrc sale i
Saturday, : : : December 30
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Goods and Articles!
Vcw Year's Gifts!
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
I1TAXTED FOR THE MANAGEMENT
of a Dairy on Shares, A MARRIED MAN. Apply
at the Store of
de9 St J. T. WATERIIOrSE.
IJEUSOXS WISHING TO ENGAGE IN THE
Cultivation of Coffee,
Can obtain Information by application to
II. N. GRKENWEIL, at
de9 3m Messrs. II. Ilackfold A Co.'a, Honolulu.
GALVANIZED IRON PIPE I
1-2 incb, 3-1 Inch,
I Inch. 1 1-4 iucb,
1 1-2 inch, nnd2 inch.
FOR SALE CHEAP BY (d!8 lm) J. A. HOPPER.
G. W. BROWN.
, WATER WORKS and BRIDGES,
WATER COURSES ALTERED,
MARSH LANDS DRAINED,
Ac, Ac, ' Ac.
MAPS AND PROFILES.
This Establishment closes at 12 M.f on Satnrdajs.
del6 ly "
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS., CO.
1IIE UNDERSIGNED ARE AUTHORIZED
OHT CAEGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF TUB WOULD
COASTERS, BT SPECIAL. PERMISSION!
Oo the most Favorable Terms.
W. Q. IRWIN & CO.
did ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
LUMBER and SHINGLES!
A. IOT OF
Eastcru Spruce Boards,
Just landed, ex Ceylon, fm, Boston
ALSO, a small LOT OP
Spruce & Cedar Shingles !
All of Che above will be sold at prices far
below the Market Rates for Nor West, to Close the
C. BREWER Si. CO.
I FOR SA1V FRANCISCO.
.Uli ' TOE rAVOSITE AMERICAS BARS
rjsss D . C . MURRAY,
Will Sail for the above Port December 3f ,
XT Fr-r Freight or Passage, baring soferior accommoda
tiots fur Cabin and Steerage Paaaeorers, app'y to
d-23 2t C. BREWER A CO.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER
' The A 1 British Siip "
63 tool regisur.
C. HARRINGTON', - - Master.
For particulars apply to
F. T. LENEHAS a- Co.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
Sss&i H. C. WYL1E !
II. WALTERS, Master.
Shortly Due front Sati Franciteo,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
did H. 1IACKFELD A CO.
FOIt SA-V FItAiVCISCO.
THE FINE BARKENTINE
Will have quick Dispatch for above port !
jzr For Freight or Passage apply to
dia II. 1IACKFELD A Co, Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s San Francis
co, Australia and New Zealand Line.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
riTllH t rT1 TkT I 1 1 1 1 Trrmir
Will Leare Hwnolula for
KANDAVTJ, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at. Ksodavu with Company's steamer for AUCK
LAND. N. Z., PORI ClIALMKliS, ana tntermeiiaie porw.
On or about tho lOth of Jan.
For Freight and Passage, and further Information,
apl5 Apply to H. HACKFELD A CO., AgenU.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s San Francis
co, Australia and New Zealand Line.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
f Uifrrr- rW BL1 , BT A mm W
Will Leare Ilwnwlnln for
San Francisco on or about Jan. 2d!
XT For Freight and Passage, or any further information
qr Apply to H. HACKFELD & Co. Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCIIANT, : t : MASTER.
Monday, Dec 25, 5 pm UUo
On Kona trips the Steamer will go as far as Honomalino.
On all Windward Trips the Steamer will leave her wharf at
5; all trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 p. m. on down trips
the Steamer will not leare Kawaihae oeJore 10 A. II.
Makena as per notice on up trip, ftlaalaea Bay not before 7 a.
m. Any change from the aDove win oe aurertisea.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai 6 00
" Lahalna, Maul 0 00
" Maalaea. Maui 7 00
" Makena, Maui 8 00
' Mahukona, Hawaii .'.10 00
" Kawaihae, " 10 00
" Kailua, " 10 00
" Kaawaloa, " 10 00
' Hilo, " 12 50
' Kau Coast " 16 00
Circuit of Hawaii. Round Trip 22 00
To or from any Port on Kauai........ ................ 8 00
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip 13 uu
Deck Passage for natives only........ 2 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 or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND S
!rr An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening or tne same a ay sne leaves mam.
SAMUEL Gi WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
JM THE SCHR. KAMAILE !
ffe'gSos B.IBLI3G, Master,
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until farther
notice. XT Freight and. Passengers taken at tne ixjvrar
KATES. . . -
BULLKS Ac CO., Agents.
P. S. This vessel has just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put In perfect order. aplo
REGULAR PACKET FOR LIHAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Run Brgnlarly between This Port and Lahaina,
Honolulu. Saturdays and Lahaina every Wednesday.
953 3m H. HACKFELD A Co., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER Ai 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. XT Cash Advances made.
ol ly C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. (02 ly) C. BREWER i CI),
SAIU'I- O. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILAUEA!
l. marciiaxt. ------ master.
SAILING DAYS as per Schedule,
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT OFFICE!
FREIGHT-BILLS DUE ON DEri1AND.hury'.:nv.rr,w
OFFICE WITIi WILDER & CO.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
For the HOLIDAYS !
WM. M. W EN NKR, JEWELER. FORT
street, opposite Odd fellows' Hall, has just received.
and will open on or about Wednesday, Nov. IS,
. .r ; ! fcOMK VERY. HANDSOME i .
Diamond Rings, Gold Lockets, Fins,
And. a variety of Articles suitable for Christmas and New
Tear's Presents, which he offers at reasonable rates. Call and
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED. FORMERLY WITH
M. Mr. Eckart. begs to inform citizens of Honolulu and the
public generally, that he has taken the store on Fort Street,
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan
natt,) where he will give special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention giren to Shell and Kukui work.
!CT Will guarantee satisfaction in all his work. Jt
Honolulu, Nov. 27th, IS78. (no25) WM. M. WENNER.
THE 1-INE DISPLAY OF
OPEN AND READY
LOR INSPECTION 1 THE STORE OF
A. the underigQed, t.cnii.nf of,
Ladies' and Gent's Cluster aud Solitaire
Ladies' and Gent's Ortyx, Emerald, Pearl, Game it, Sap
phire, Cameo, Amethyst, Turquoise, and other
Ladies Fin OoU Wedding Ring,
' Ladies' and Gent's Elegant Aloha Ricg,
Moss Agate and Cornelian Kings,
Ladies' and Gent's Gold Watches and Chaius,
Ladies' and Children's Lockets ami Locket Chains,
Ladies Pins and Ear Rings,
Ladies' Elegant AmeUiy t Setts,
Ladies' Jelt Setts,
Ladies' Jett Neck Chaius and Ear Ring.4,
Ladies' Gold Bracelets,
Child's Finger Rings,
Ladies' and Gent's Quid Bosom and Steers Studs,
Ladies' Gold Glore Buttons and Buttoners,
Ladies' Coral Setts, Ladies' and Gent's Charms,
Ladies' Gold and Silrer Thimbles,
Baby Sleere and Cuff Pins.
Solid Silver Fish Knives.
Solid Silver Pie Knives,
Solid Silver Cake Knives,
Solid Silver Berry Spoons,
Solid Silver Table Spoons,
Solid Silver Dessert Spoons.
Solid Silver Dessert forks,
SolH Silver Tea Spoon.
Solid Silver Sugar Shells,
Solid Silver Goblets and Cups,
Solid Silver Child's Knives, Forks and Spoons,
XT And many other articles too -numerous to specify.
Also, per Ocean Pearl,
IN TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, Ac, Ac.
Ever Offered Here. All thtxe Goods will be
Sold at Prices to Suit the Times!
Giving Purchasers the Benefit of the ten per
cent, on Bags and Leather Ware.
aTAakr aTwrni-w-T'Fp: ?
sm.KJ mm. wy . ct ja viiaajaskj
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
A CCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
J. RATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous TUKO. II. DAMIS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issues Fire and Life Policies
gH THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
V Claims for Losses settled with promptitude.
nolS ly THKO. II. DAY lfcte. Agent.
FOR LEASE !
THAT WELL FITTED AND SUITA
BLE BTORK for a Retail or Wholesale Business in Odd
Fellows nail. Apply to
W. C. PARKE,
J. O. CARTER,
A. 8. CLEG HORN,
o2S tf Trustees.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
by Mr. S. M. Carter, situated at the corner of Palace
Walk and Punchbowl Bts. possession given lmmeui
Apply at the
A MAN TO MAKE BUTTER AS IT bHOULD
be made, is wanted lo take charge of a herd of Milch
Cows upon liberal terms. Apply to
sepia tf J. ll. wiUl, 13 auuanu Avenue.
H.IRS. II. SMITH AND MISS EUGENIA
ITJL McGUIRE take this method of informing the Ladies of
Honolulu and the public generally, that they have opened a
Dress Makers' Bhop on Fort Street, No. 63, just opposite C. .
Williams' Furniture Ware Rooms, where they will be prepared
to execute all orders in the above line. A share of your
patronage is respectfully solicited. ai lm
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD THE BLACK
SMITH Shop. Tools and Stock in Trade, together with the
good will of -the business thereto, located on the Rsplanade, In
this city, to alessrs. v est n uoieman.
While taking this opportunity to tbank the public fur their
liberal patronage, I would ask a continuar.co of their favors to
tnenewnrm. t. has. r. u luck.
Executor of the Will of J U Thompson, deceased.
Honolulu, October J, 1ST. oct7
TO THE PUBLIC.
IITE HAVE THIS DAY . FORMED A
T CO-PARTNERSHIP for the purpose of carrying on
the business of Carriage Building and Repairing in all its
branches, also Blacksmithing of all kinds. Horse Shoeing.
Ehipsmithing, Building and Bridge work, Ac, Ac.
Ve shall keep constantly on nana large assortment of
Bar Iron, Kata, Kivets. w ashers. Bolts, Clinch Kings, Black
smith Coal. Also, Carriage Fittings and Trimmings of all
kinds, all of which will be sold at the lowest Market Rates.
Country orders will meet with prompt and careful attention.
WEST & COLEMAN,
llooolala, October Sd, 1870. oo7
ffHE UNDERSIGNED HATING BECOME
M. Proprietor of this
Is now prepared to execute all orders in Lis line with neat
ness and dispatch.
Be would also say that he has secured the services of the
former employees of the Launiry. which will be an additional
lie nui& win ub xuuiuuguiv jjuuc ;
Aad no effort on his part will be spared to bring the Laundry
in favor with the public generally. XT Terms moderate.
ja3 JAMES RENTON.
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL. PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
DEN to trespass on the land called WAIMANALO, in
the Ahupuaa of Honouliull, District of Ewa, Oahu, by letting
cattle ran on the same, or by cutting, or taking wood, or kill
ing wild cattle, or hunting on saia lana.
The boundaries of said land are described as follows: On
Aioa Hoolimalima mua ia John Meek. O ke Kala o LIIiUE,
a me ke Rula o HON 01" LIU LI, ma ka aoao mauka, a me na
aoao makai o NAN'AKULI, ma kahi aoao a na Eooilina, ma
Honolulu, March 11. 1S70. (tchll tf) J. n. CONET.
VERY DESIRABLE AND
Suitable for Family Residences.
Convenient COTTAGE in Good Repair, &c.
TO LET OR LEASE !
The Large Premises No. 22 Alakea St.,
For a number of years on reasonable terms to a good tenant.
For further particulars enquire of
no25 JAMES S. LEilON.
DEV0E S KEROSENE OIL.
1" nrffcUASKS It EST Ul'lLirr. RECEIVED
M rXif per Murrs. (dJ) BOLLES ( IU
LOT PER MUKRAV
at U w friers by (iii; bOLLk A CO.
110 RE RUBBER PAINT.
AN A SS It T IKXT
OK COLORS AND
m. Vi.44, received I r Morr.r a d lor aa' t
Bv-Lllr 4 CO.
FLOUR AND BR AN.
G)I.UK GtTE EXTRA FAMILY AND
Baker.' ttxtra Slca.-. Ada. Bra a. fresh and ia trtrci
Ttr sals by
BOLLtS A CO.
Christmas Presents !
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS,
A, S. CIEGHORN & COS
Fort Street Store,
A LARO-E VARIETY
.... OF ,
IWLY IMPORTED GOODS i
Suitable for the Season,
Consisting of a'Superior Assortm't
ALBUMS, WORK BOXES,
TOYS of Every Description I
The stock in the above line ia utotsHaUy
large, and tcill be
Offered at Exceedingly Low Rates If
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.
Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
d23 1m P. GRANT, Maatafer.
WILLIAM E. CASTLE,
TTORXEY AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
and a Notary Public. Office, corner of Merchant and
Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
KAPIOLANI PAEK ASSOCIATION.
rrpiIE PUBLIC CEXFRALLV and THOSE
M residing on the other Islands are respectfully requested
to contrionte to me aDnre Association. The stock Is com
posed of 200 shares, at Fifty Dollars per share. All those de
sirous of contributing will please band in their names to the
undersigned. II. MACFARLANK.
Honolulu, Uee. 18, 1878. dl 2t) Secretary.
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE. Na. 107
Nuuaou Avenue, at present occupied by T O THRUM,
Enquire of J. S. LEMON.
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
House on Kukui Street, at present occupied by Mr. J.
C. Glade. Possession given from the 1st of Aucust.
1876. For further particulars apply to
juKtf - F. T. LKNAili AN A CO., Queen St.
I r a r rr t- -v r-v a I ni nn
rlINt bhl I IbM IHUIN bnlr
Dae here early in January,
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
OF - - ' ' '
MHOS, W00IIEX k OTHER GOODS
JjMNE X E W STYLES OF PRINTS,
Bine Striped Denims, Velvet Carpets & Rags,
Ilassocks Pilot Clothing, Towels, Counterpanes,
White Moleskins, Skirts, Grenadines,
Scarves and Ties, Silk Umbrellas, Blankets,
Crimean, Oxford and Regatta Shirts,
Flannels, Tweeds, Ponchos,
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
Swiss Mulls, Printed Lawn,
Waterproof Clothing, Victoria Lawns,
Bock Muslins, Lace Curtains,
BAGS, BAGGING, CANVAS I
Twine, Leather Belting, Paint, Oils, Pipes,
Wire Rope, Corrugated Roofing,
Blue Mottled Soap, Galvanized and Tinware,
Fencing Wire, IIoop Iron, ITMloware,
Charcoal Irons, O-os, Cutlery, Bar Iron,
Lea & Perrin's Sauce,
JAMS AIVD JEJL&IES !
Gr osnell's '
llennessy's, Martell's and Robin's Brand, ia casks
Fine Sherry, in quarter casks and cases. :
Geneva, Whiskey, Rum, Hock, Moselle, Alcohol, &c.
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s and Bass' Pale Ale,
Edmund's Vlg Brand Porter,
BOlCIIET'S MPOLEON C1BI.ET ( 1I15JP1GF,
LAlande's Red Bar Claret, Dunville's Whisky,
Boord'a Wines and Spirits,
Silicate Paint Co.'s Paints!
Powell DufFryn's Steam Coal !
O KM HAND.
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS & ENGINE!
And to Arrive, McOnie's Clarifiers !
FOR SALE BY ' - i
m a mm a a a a mm
SPERM OIL ! SPERM OIL !
Jn Oviniitities to Suit I
nlS 3tn BY A. W. PEIRCP A CO.
The atuuvetaary of the b.rta of II et Maj(y the Uaea
occuricg JunJsv the thirty. flrt day of December sett. Bee
Majey iU recairt U ladies of UeMii! al loUai Palase ca
Mes!ay the Crt day nf Janaary, frora It a'clork M. te I we
o'clock p. . J no. O. Domais,
re 21st, !:. Acting Chamber ia:a.
Oa rVturJay, the iM test., at 12 o'clock booa, the feiWvlnf
Awa liorwes lor the year 1TT aiabeaold at ALWlaaJ Hale
by public auction, to the hhrat btdder, namely
Tare Awa License lur the Distitrt af llooolala, Oalia, al
aa upset price of f WO each.
One Aa Licei.se tut each of the d.alrxrU 4 Kowaup4s,
WaUlua. Eaa and Walanae, Oabu, at aa pet price of fl04
The fcllosricg Aa Licenses t the year IsTT will be sold by
the several officers below named, in the diatiicls for aktch
they are Uaued. during the Utter part cf tb preaeot avoaih '
Those in Lahaina and Wailuka, al aa utr price of AX
each; and in the other districts al an apart price of 1140 rack
lue notice of the day and place of sale will be given ia I be
several districts, namely i
T W Everett, Esq. Sheriff of Maul, two licenses to La-
E II Fogers, Esq, Deputy Sheriff of Maul, to lirenaea fur
Waisuku, one license fur Makavao.
W Merseburg, Esq, Deputy Sheriff cf Hawaii, one license
for Kohala Akau.
Hon O W D llatcroanu, Deputy Sheriff, Hawaii, one license
II 8 Martin, Esq, Deputy Pberiff,Hwall,oo license for
8 W WUcoi, E.q, Fticrlff of Kauai, one license fur LIbue
Every purchaser will b required lo dnoil with the auc
tioneer, on the tslt of the hammer, twenty-five per rent, of the
purchase mooey, which will be furfrlied to the government in
rase the balance is not paid oa the delivery of the license.
J. Mott SaiTM,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 12, 1876.
Ir mas pleased Ilia Majesty the King la wake the following
Bo a an or Ubalth,
Ills Ex. J. Mutt Smith, President. Ills Ex. A. S. Ilartwelf
Board or Immiobatiom.
Bis Ex. II. A. P. Carter ; 11. R. II. NV. p. Lelriohoka.
CoMatssiosiss or Caowa Lards.
Ilia Ex. U. A. P. Carter Ills Ex. J. Mott Smith.
NOTABT PlBtlC, IsLABD Or OaHV.
.' Wm. R. Csstle, Esq.
lolani Palace, Dec. 20th. 1878.
lolani Palace, Dec. 20th
The Boabd or Hkalth
f His Ex. 3. Mott Smith,
now constats of the following named
President Ilia Ex. A. B). Hart-
welli Hon. 8. O. Wilder Dr. Robert MeClbbini Dr. P. B.
nd the Boabd or Ihmioabtio now consists of the tU
lotting named members, via.
Dia Ex. J. Mott fJtnlth, President His Ex. II. A. P. Car
tcrl; lion. W. L. Green Hon. B. 0. Wilder Hon. W. i.
Smith 11. R. II. W. P. LeMuhoku.
Y- J- Mott Smith, Minister of the interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 20th, 1870.
rhe stampa required by the provisions of Aa Act relating
IS the SUmp duties," approved September SOlk 1114, caa be
bad upon application at the Hawaiian Treasury.
! J.O. Cabtkb,
i Dec. 22, 1876. (1 m) RegUtrar Public Accounts.
I It has pleased Ills Majesty the King to appoint Hon. W
1.. Moehonua, Governor of Maul, Molokai and I .anal, vice His
;'E. Jno. M. Kapeoa resigned,
lolani Palace, Dec. 15, 1179.
Cr-oeixo of tho Exposition fourth page.
Sailor's IIomk Society-. Tbo annual toeellng is
called for Tuesday next, at 11 o'clock a. in. Seo
bbonzk Wake. Thrum and Oat exhibit some
very beautiful and unique articles of bronze sta
tionery ware, well worth exaufiniug.
Choral Service. There will be t Christmas
Choral Service at the Bethel Church to-morrow
morning, beginning at tho usual bour.
The Steamer sails for Ililo on Tuesday instead
of Monday; and on ber rturn will lay up until
Jan. 8tb, when she will leave for the trip around
B. M.'s S. Faktome,' Commaader Long, re.
tamed on the ICth from Hawaii, baying: completed
the task of enclosing Cook's monument at Keala
kekua with an iron fence.
XOou Impoktation. A lot of sweet potatoes
-grown in California, exposed in a Honolulu auc
tion room, struck us as rather odd. Tbey will be
tending us poi and raw Efeb, by and bye.
Weather at Makawao. A correspondent writes
on the 21st " The weather here is fine and cool.
This week nearly one inch of rain bat fallen alto
gether, and we look for more."
Ocr Cai.EMj.K for 1877, was Issued yesterday,
and contains a corrected and revised Court list,
government officers, Ac, Ac. To be bad at the
oBkcprice 60 cts.
Forefathers' Dat. Yesterday, December 22d,
was' the 15Cth anniversary of the landing of the
FUgrims on Plymouth Rock while "The breaking
waves dashed high," Ac. Did anybody in Hono
lulu celebrate over a dish of succotash?
Polynesia Excampmext, No. 1, 1. O. O. F. The
following are the officers elected for the ensuing
a West c P
R Lewers II t
J GrunwaM ......S W
J 8 Smithies , Bcrti
V S Bartow J W
"A 8 Cleghorn Treasurer
Florence Sewi.vo MACui.EdTbese for family
use appear to stand at abot tho bead of the list
of machines that are offered. Mr. Lack, Fort
street, informs us that be sells bis readily, as last
as they are received from the manufacturer. A
more appropriate Christmas present, or one more
acceptable to a family, could hardly be Imagined'
A Fill Load. The Xettie Merrill arrived from
Lahaina on Wednesday with 2000 bags (110 tons)
sugar from the pioneer Mills of Lahaina. Tbia !
a pretty fair load, and it was all in the bold, none
being Riowed in the cabin or ample forecastle.
Campbell and Turton will turn cot fully 2000 tons
of sugar this season. j
The Cov5Tbt ArrBOYE. From every part of
the islands come expressions cf satisfaction with the
new Cabinet appointments. We quote the words
of one Utter as sample: "The sew Ministry ate
a learn, and oo mistake. No selection could bave
been, made that would have inspired more confidence;
and we all look for a happy carrying oat of good
The new Hetiiki. Vestry, in the bands of the
builder, Mr. G. L'icas, is rapidly approaching
completion, and will prove an ornament to King
street. The generous subscriptions by our com
munity will about suffice for the building alone,.'
leaving the furniture, (seats, etc.) to be pro
Cuixese Immigrants. Mr. Asieu, who some;
months since went to China via San Francisco under
engagement with the government to procure immi4
grants, arrived on Saturday last in the British ship 1
Anglo-Saxon, after a passage cf GO dsja from
Hongkong, bringing some two hundred and seventy
Chinese, thirteen of whom only are females. We
understand that the government are bound lo pay
the contractor for these immigrants, at the rate of
$25 each for the males and $30 fcr females some
thing over $7000 in the aggregate. This however
is the last, we believe, of these contracts, wherein
the publie treasury pays for the Importation of labor
HoNut.ru (kaiu rt, No. 1. K. T--Tne fol
lowing are the ufEccrs fleet Tr the ensuing year I
i;u. Umi. hr.'A. VIcIuff Ueul. ;.. Wllliame
CapL Grnl. H. J. Nolle ; Prelate, A. Mackintosh
Fen. Warden. C. Wert : Jue .Ward, n, W. I Leld-e-trokit;
Treasurer, J. H. Walker; Ittcord.r, !. H.
reLraon ; Standard Bearer, It. Whitney f Sword
ftoarer, V. Dayton ; Wardt-r, 11 H. l'titl.
. Moaa Kaw Front. Mr. Mcloerry receive! per
i). C. Mmrra from the Perktley Raacb, Calibrate,
another lot of pare Merino lucks fr the Llbae
lUncb, at HawalL Dy ike same veel, le Uenti.
fal Hooded ewee irere rcveJ from C. Fprtaklaa,
K , a present to Jas Campbell, LVj. fwr alk
FAncro this Ulaod.
Dttisiar. -Oor old eeqaaJnlaeoe, Df. J. M.
Miltney, after a protracted tlMt Itf fbe United
3iate, announces that be Is again readx 0 prae
Cce bis profeaalva amonf oa. 1U jay be found
ever tie store ef Dr. Strt Li, corner of Fort and
Hotel streets and If you enqnlre what snay be
bad of Dr. Slrehf . be wilt truthfully assure you
a'aaoM rverylblog nice.
i ' I l.UJ I ISJ
Mr. de Varlgny'i first Cabinet Council,
"The next day we ruel al the Palace; Mr. C.
(J. Hopkins, whom I was to succeed at Minister
of Finance was prrnent. He aa a pt iaonal filrtkd
of the lat King, and equally bound to K ana ha
ttrba V. who, whilst appreciating bis devotion
held bis administrative faculties In but small raUrent,
and took from him bis port folio te bring blm
nearer to blm as Secretary General. (We deo't
know what that Is, but suppose It's all right Kn.
r. c a.)
'It was understood tDl Mr. Hopkins should
conticue to act as Minister of Finance until dis
patches from Paris, authorising tne to accept the
new duties which bad been offered lo me should
"It was now December aod lo accordance wilh
the Constitution, the election ot representatives
must take plaee in January. The session was to
open in April. The King bad not yet taken the
oath to the Constitution and we knew the repug
nance which he bad te taking It, and bis earnest
deaire to see some of the clauaes modified, and
among them, that which we bad discussed together,
which by adopting the pitnclple of universal suff
rage, put the Legislative power Into the batuSa of '
Although the sugar plantatlona bad not yet
reached the development and the prosperity which
tbey afterwards attained, yet, every day, they
were growing to be ot more Importance, ind
were multiplying In all directions throughout the
Islands. The experience ot the past, and my two
personal reflections convinced tne that It was ne
cessary for us to encourage this agricultural In
dusty, and to discourage the nail vet from the
whale fishery, which made such disastrous drafts
on the flower of our population. a a
This was a serious peril for the future. The na
tives do not resist welt the excessive cold of the
northern seas. Corn within- the tropica, they
quickly succumb to tbose deadly climates, others
return alck, those who survive, contract m taste
for gambling adventures, and perssveie in a
career without prospects. It was a conscription
for the profit of the stranger alone. The popula
tion was diminishing In an alarming manner.
For many years I bad made known to the French
government by my despatches, and to the local '
government by my contributions to the Honolulu
papers the danger of thla stale of things every
body recognised It, but some fared to 'P'1y
legislation, lest It might offend the United Slates
government, and others feared to drive away the
whaling fleet whose visile were a source of con
It was necessary therefore to hasten to encour
age the sugar industry, which would attach the
native to the soil, aod make It valuable, and
which would. as was afterwards proved cmaooU
pale the Islands from the periodical visits of tbe
whaling fleet On the other band the planters
would meet with obstacles from tbe start, which I
will point out. Labourers would soon be wanting.
They would only go on a abort lime with those at
their disposal, and the day was not far distant,
when It would be necessary to seek In China, or
Japan, supplies of coolies. Slavery does not
exist In these Islands, this odious plague Is un
known ; every slave on touching Hawaiian soli,
becomes free ; liberal laws of naturalisation: ad
mit the foreigner, after a simple declaration, and
one years residence to the exercise of tbe rights of
a citizen. In the near future then the planters s
would be able to put In line their thousands ol
voters entirely at their discretion, and Inaugurate,
by the force of universal suffrage, a foreign oligar
chy within tbe eoantry ; for nearly all the planta
tions belong to foreigners. ' Tbey alone possessed
the capital and experience necessary to carry on
such enterprises."" f .
A new electoral law wae therefore of urgent
necessity, but the Constitution bound our bands,
and, if in many points, Its extremely republican
form was contrary to tbe Ideas of tbe Kington this
point, It created a serious danger, wLicb Knmeba
neha V. might well anticipate; and I was eutlrely
In accord with blm. Tbe Constitution offered us
a mode of amendment borrowed from the United
States, which was to submit tbe amendment to tbe
vole of the Legislature and having obtained a
majority of their votes, to resubmit it after two
years lo another Legislature, when If it obtained
two thirds of tbe votes, tbe amendment would be
adopted. This mode was very alow, and the re
sult more than doubtful ; In tie mean time, the
King refused to lake the oath. ' , . . ' t, ,
''The public was ignorant of tbe resolution of
tbe Sovereign, aod bis conscientious hesitations.
On tbe 17th December a list of the new Ministry
appeared in tbe official Journal. Surprise wis
universal. Tbe American party considered Itself
as jilted, and concentrated all its tage against me.
That a Frenchman should be called to alt in the
Council ; that bis acceptance of office should be
subjected to tbe approval and authorization of the
French Government that, aa Minister of Finance
be should be charged with drawing up and defect
ing tbe budget; all these were griefs well cal
culated to exasperate people who believed them
selves sure of power and who saw, in the person
of Mr. Wyltle, an enemy maintain! In position,
and In me, a new enemy, who bad arrived.
"Notwithstanding tbelr violence, their attacks
did not by any means aatonlah me. I expected to
find them more implacable, and did not foresee,
then, the change In my favour, which circumstan-'
ces, much more than my own merit would bring
about, within a year. I bad by no means dis
sembled on many occasions, tbe disquietude
which the aggressiveness and ambition of the
United Slates inspired In me. A fli as partisan of
the necessity of rallying against ib-ia and group
ing together all the luuropean interests in the)
Islands in order to make a force capable of resis
tance, I bad cultivated with Mr. Fynge, then
Consul General for England, the. greaU-st Inti
macy, which was based upon a perfect baiioopy of
views. I had -found In bin' during uiy duties In
the consulate an Intelligent colleagne and a sin- '
cere friend. " I Jetn velle slque.ldetu nolle ea firma
ainlcitia est" We wished the same thing : We
bed the same enemies. I bave always loved clear
situations. If sometimes they are Inconvenient In
accumulating obstacles npou one's road, tbey
have tbe advantage of clearing tip misunderstand'
logs, and showing us who are our enemies and
re our friends ; they oblige ua to greatar .
but they make success secure and solid.
If tbe struggle U harder, tbe victory If victory
there be, is more complete and the result of to
day Is not made doubtful by projxc(a of a re
newed battle to-morrow."
' The armlstle In Europe will te of great beatt to
Russia, enabling ber to place her Nuances In good