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P. M. S. S. Co.' Time Table for 1879.
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; Jan. 27. . May H. , S'l t.
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Mtr. , July It. Nov.
i Apr. HI. I Au. 11. , I'c.
Min.tr. rERKCAttr i. kj
srrnai in.u Iorl,fQ jx.rta atill oue ajoii(f j
lfly ticrUto enllvcumed f onr city fr-int. j
r.-tilbtaa tlu;r lar; oumlr of Leltj: fully
a. ir. will appear ia our lit below.
Sinit .i-p lul Imo, onr yonofrt i:tfr port. Kahulr.j.
l.i b. u favorej with the arrival of the rtr Fulir
u the 11th. and th. bktne Ortrt Rbrt ca the ljtii.
b, th fr in ''n l"riiri4 .., but having left before the !--
art irr t lt .trainer, they briuf? Q Ut-r new.
Wr i, t.-. UrIy. the irrlTil cf the Am hktnr Ciiti.
I iu. ii. fr in Tahiti, with Its tori firwo.l, r.j- rt-
Loatt.rs wry rpl.t at that prt. leavtn but r.e ( jriin
T I at tl. time of her departure.
'IT.I in' ruing have the arrival of the Lk Jrrudc
l'itt, fr-.m the S..unJ. with more luu.be r for our appar
ently wrll l k. ruarkrt. la tLj coiir.c. n-n me w..ul J
n.t- the l;.. rrnc la hulld.i.,: f..r bti.in' an J r i.- r
I iri. that 1 olwrvahle on all , anJ we I aru th re
ar aeveral "till larer ar.l tiorr r-IJ urn i.r'j- t l.
The Z alaiflia be due from the V-Antilt 1-n M -n-tJjr
U'lt. !' 1. lTtb. Tr San Fraud -"o, an l there i a fair
tare .f frnht awaiting her, nolwlthatauimx I hue arc
nt i ral I in the barlf.r f'.r the arie lrt. !' f--r
1'. r'.Un.l. aitiu nr .
The l.artnrea alnre oar lat have be u the Aiuttbyt
ari.l A. I. Ist.le f-lr, the former In ballaot f tt IV .nk'-n',
an I the li'.t. r with full fir") f ker-etie oil an I I- litil
I'rl nef. San Frani-lo.
Iu I.iuIiikk t ir the prioi Ipal vc i.t of th k ha
l--i the " trail- aale r.f Hmn. If. Urn- kfrM k C-., a.
trrUy au-1 t.-!ay. but tbotifh the atl ti Uui e a fair,
the bi. I liD rather dra. ej on Thunnlay. that a num
ber i.f lln" .f ttml hl t be j.a ! or r. The 1.1 Min:;
wax brtker t-ilay. and the aale will lc r.,:,iinn .1 1 -iu..r.
nw (atur laj). It la eyMeot that our huvrr are w-ll
t kr,l with I' xl of all rix tl ii. au.l any att. n.) t
to f n e iiiore nt-a th markrt than we ran roBtiiuie,
miiNt be a't-i.nipllMheI at aa rili r ainl b4 t ) .iue one.
Wr li-arn that at tblt aale the rule waa a-l' it.-l mul
tru tly a.llx r I t-. of taking u bl U ex. ej t fr-.m the
who ci. ul. I niv DnUlau apj.rvJ i-aj-r. .r i-ay ca-h
very pf-i-rr prerautxin. it mut t-e liu)tte.l.
The i,lre t of J. II. ISIaek In the k br I tianza. tiow
In l.rt. ha bern ili'rcil of to t'aj t. Millrr, oil livate
LOL TUE UU Itt tlX.
The Aia F.rtantine Hajtanl. tail Millrr, i at the
wharf, mar lh th runrkrt; ah La taken u board all
the fniht that ha b.-rn t-ff.re.l. and -ili ir lto
Mail FraBcl. o b-lay, Win4 ar.d wiath'r pertuitlliiif.
bAw H. h Anieri-an lrl ha hauled In to l:rewr
'i 'a wharf . tniU ha.liu;r. and will ail for
ijhe Aiu r.arkentine t'oUetitulion fr i.t Ralatt with
rewood ha hauled t tii Eojdana-le b di harv.
The Aiu Fark Jenny FUl front Fort fiamble with
lumber 1 diwharh(ini at R.blnt' wharf.
The Frrnrh Hark AIhonjlne Zrlie ha 1i hai,' 1
aud hauled oil In the at re am to i I f-r r r'..
' The Aru Frlrfantlne Ile.perlan ha ill i harmed h r
lnuiler and taken In bllat and will aail .-lay for
Iuautoldt. ind ant weather (ermlttiiiK.
The Asa 4-hr llonanx ha dicl.art 4 and ban led off
la frith treiin, b wait fir raro.
Th Am Ilark Alalanta wa. at I -.rt amble h n the
Jenny Fltt left. I. I'm with Imuh r. f..r Ililo, Hawaii.
POUT O X Ti q jj qraiu ttwV-. r
r."N-un:-.'.Bttlirfnc from CJI-TJ, II. I.
b... the '' I It II I
i I Am bkti.e f..ntiiiti"ii
1 l-lni bk Jeunle Fitts, leyert, -Hi day fr-in ! rt
S ni bk Aiuetht. Shiruni. f..r Itnkonif
-ra bktne F.ureka. Morbarx. f.THan Fram lri
10-Am bk Adelaide t'oer. Emerson. fr H
V(rU far llailal fraava 'rei(a lria.
,er bk Alati r, Idverpool. ln March 11
tier bk Lat. from ilrenwo. due Mar loth
Hrlt bk Lallan Km.kn. Hjin.w, cine Star S-IO
Am bk Martha Daviia, Koohj. due March IS
linl b4 Lily Lampauo. Mewcaaile, NaW'.dae
It B M it Tfiumph, Flag ahip.
Am bktoe Orar Roherta, fan rraociaco, U Kaliului, arrived
IT and on at Kabulul Feb Id
An :hr Weitero Home, Humboldt, vi Khului
An bk M.iero Cle. New York, loading Dec 21
Hrtt bk Cboeola, llookoa. d
Haw eehr Wana, Voaib rVa laUmla. da Feb 20-25
Have btrtna et wai Bird, frntk fea lilaud. dae Mar 1-5
Am birtiia Uorainc ftar, MicnmeaU.dae in all IVb
An La Caaidrn, I'ort I i an. tile, doe
Aaa bktna K1U, Man FraMMCo, loadinff Jan 31
Am bktno IiiMovery, !o Franciei, loading Jan -Jl
Haw bk Kalakao. a FranriacA. loalin Jan 21
Am bk Kdward Jame. San Francico, loadin Jau 21
Am arbr Iaahinf Ware, tt F. tr llil-. loa-bng Jan 21
Am top-ail acbr tloalaae, 8 F, U K.l., arrlrett at KahuTui
An athr Venu. fa rranriaco U Hamh. Ut
Am bk Marmion, Barrmrda Inlet
Bril p tileniffer, Liverpool, na.llnC l" -r
Britatmr Zealamlia, Sydney, due Feb 17 .....
Am atmr City of New York.Xan Franciaco, doe leb 21
linteb bk Carl A agitata, Bombay. oerde
Br.t bk Uoeenhy. i laajow. ta aad Fete I
Kaioiea aebr Vivid, lanaioita I aland, due Feb l-20
Am achr J.a Wooltey, tioano llan.l. due Mr 2i-ll
Am lk Atalanta, Port tiamble, loading Jan lo tt liilo
VOfEM IX I'DItT.
II B )I X Opal, Robioaoo.
Haw bk Mattla Va.-leay. Fop
Aui bktne J A ralklnburfr, Unbhart
llaaaitao hfiae Fomare
A m birtne liaaard, M Uier
Haw btna V ldet. Anderaon
Am achr Anerlcan tiirh Back a
F( bk Atphoaaioa ZeUe, Lebeaupin
Am betne Ueaperlan. Winding
Am achr Boaaaaa. MUk-r a
Am bktpa Cotatiiotioa. MacDonnrll '
Am bk Jennie Pitta, Hievert
waaLS. no raabraj.
Am arhr Lolrta
Am aclif UeA Harney. Tripp
Haw achr Giovanni Apiani
Have brirf Onward
r.i r.f.Tr Per Constitution. Feb lF-lcord fire.
Wood, and 1 bos rwrtoa.
Fa-' PomT Tk(ii-Per Jennie Pitt. Feb tl 34.U
ft Intuher, 1 ' M hnl, IS hbl ealiuon, and l.'
Jl.a dried fiab.
Toa S.k! rAisetc Per Adelaide Ciper. Feb 1-V
CTo.r.l t lt nvr. jTm) hma rice. rj bbU mlae. I to U h
hanaiia. l.li cann krieT oi I. and XI nii-ellanevn
I-kjr. Value, foreign. lJ.7Jt.ltf; dmei'tc. l.iT.wrl.Sl.
Foa Si Fa!riri Per Adelaide l'x.pr. lib lij i E
lla.ldl n. U llaart.
S'nart. In th city. Feb. C, Mr. KlJ7 Sviicxi. aod
alxxit ti year.
KrtLFTr In thU eitv. Feh. 1 I. HtJ.rj Ki:om?i. In
f ant danwhter cf Laneon and li 1 i kellett. a d n arly
gr. o.m i x i him. a x i ox : u.t uort ii k
For p irtKuJart, iowire t
V. M. VVARI.
riIIOHi: I'UK.MISF.M SITI'ATF. IX llll.O.
ft nppoaiie the Court IKuae. auitable t,t a fir-'l-cla Hotel.
A II in td onler and repair. Af ply ta
J. II. COME Y. Il. riolulu,
n9tf or C. RICH ARISUX. Hilo.
Royal Haw'n Tlieatre !
Art, Scientific, Interesting
TWO GRAND PERFORMANCES
THIS smRDlY AITEIU00.Y, 31 ITI.YEK,
At 2 OVIacU. mmd
Thi3 SATURDAY EVENING,
Falsa.' Pbcsaraph er Talklns ttacMar,
EdHaa'4 Uontlerfal Stasia Mathlnf,
t howa bef.-r M. Jlajewy Kinf KaUkauaaod Court. at lutvni
Palace, on Saturday evening, the 1st of February.
WILL BE EXHIBITED
A. First Cla.Sir Storcopticon !
I'air the Moel Powerful of Liuhl. tiz: The I.iaue
Clshl. capable of producing Pirtaret ii feet in
d.ameter. The aufject iiiumiaad will be
The Cratcaalal Fihlkltloa la I'blUdclpb I a,
Scriptiral Plectf fraaa tbe Clble k Tf-txraeBt,
Celobi-ated Works oF Art !
Landscape, Baildinf, e , in d.ffcr'Dt parte
of the WorH.
COMIt: IMCTl'RES AXD FIREWORKS I
witlt Mechioical Effect.
Price as l ull. Tj commence at Fijht O'clock. Car
riage may be orilereil at a nailer la I O. TT Ticket to be
bad at A. MeWayae-'e Prnr Stfe, and Whitney Robert
x.iTi-:iA . rr.nuiw i: v ir.
:: ti.t.t all ri.;..jutjni ati t. i:
- -.k'.fh ': Ar.TT:rri I'ktKvi
i-t t a t !rtl l- the uti Jcirlu 1.
ri I: t. ar? !.ie f .r the
; . l- ii: v T i :.-t- .1 1 i f ttk- the n.e
I r ri..
i r.T . r w !.
v. it:. . .t t iiti.i r ii. :
V'.jl.-. ri1 r ill j
ti n are J a: I f r
I' .Li i a A.
11 .. jin i -t
r'i:. -i, that h '.i nb. rip
a : .:. f, the j ri. e i i nly live
J. U r.LVCE,
lv 'ii'ur ll i V'.yr'- r.
Ir i- r j- rt. J that ficrrnanj ccntctuj.lates a
reTi-i .ri .f !,.-r t irifT-i ar.J a return to the protec
tee vti-i;i, ::i recir-al urracgpiuents
with r.-i'J.h t.ii' statos ; nti.J that France has
eiven the T.r-ct?sarj r..jti- fvr tLe teruilriat; jn
of Ltr c yiiiu.ercial trtatie, accoicf anvii),; uoh
nvJc.? with t!. r--i-orj that she wishes her hand
free to inert t!.fr i ct nrranTaonts conteroj lateJ
ty fi'criiiany. Kven in Knlni there is some
thing luor th.tn a rirj loof agitati jn in favor
of sjinc r-turn to rrjtoctive dutie?1, anJ fOLue
rerij r'fn! arrarr-rnon?8 with Spain in rt"arJ
t tarifft. It i-f jutt r-iPMhle that U-hjre the
exj iration of f ur treaty with the L'niti J .States
a aouiewhat eiinihr treaty will havr; htcn iaado
with t'ana.Ja,s hic!i has juet th.-ete l a protectionist
as rrernli r ; that the value of such arrange-
nicnts, h-wj upon the iiatural law? of trade and
reuircrii i.tj J the c. ntructin partie;', will he
better unJt-rst jJ, and fucli trcutic more eom
ta:n than now-. AH thw will nnd jubtedly tend
to prcTcnt any termination of our present com
mercial rtl.itior. with the United Staten.
Tur. I tf. a.vault upon the integrity of our
treaty reliti i:s with the L'nitcJ .States Feems
to havo f.rily tended to ehow how futile such
attacks woul J be, ami how certain its conditions
arc to be carried out fr th? full term pr Aided
for. The t die of the prer in the United States,
with few exception, is not unfavorable to tho
treaty, nnd it is quite likely that the whole
movement wan intended more ns a protest to
treaties of a eimilar character with Mexico, and
other American States, than with any idea that
our treaty could be abrogated. The orly danger
to as is in the fact that similar treaties may be
male with other Ftignr producing countries,
which might h-nd to greater cotnr-cution in the
markfts of the I'acifio tWt. Hut that is a
rcni'ite contingency. A general re-duetioii of
the dufie on Ftigar by the I.'nited States has
been ?j.k-n of, but of this there pcciih but little
danger, while the great drbt of tliat country
ncccaei talc a large rovtnue, and when Puch a
reiluction would be contrary to the interests of
the large and influential mgar refining intercuts.
Thus the re feems little danger tliat the value of
the treaty to this country will be ditninitdied in
any way during its full term, and fr one year
Tiik tnf rtablc conditions of cl""' - j"
fovernrnf nt fur whieli CO O.-. 3iT ana
whicli ! RP
. iuio country is celebrated.
nnl which cause life in the Hawaiian Islands to
afford a ratln-r enviable contrast to the hardships
of other lands, are apt under some circumstances
to become a emicc of danger. So constantly
arc wc favored by tho health hearing breezes of
the trade-wind that Hawaii ii almost famous for
the restoration of invalids who seek it from other
climes, and lor the longevity of those who come
here without previously acquired disease and
who live with steadiness and ordinary care. And
so quietly does the political life of the country
move on that its inhabitants arc perhaps disposed
to place a careless trust in the government under
which everything works smoothly ; to imagine
that no individual action for the common wel
fare is necessary, and to leave everything except
commercial matters to be managed by the officcre
at Aliiol.ini Hale.
The late somewhat abnormal weather, the long
droughts and subsequent heavy rains, and the
recent prevalence of dieases which seem to pro-ce-ed
from some such undesirable causes as impure
water or tainted air, arc things which should
awaken the mind of every intelligent person to
the fact that many responsibilities rest upon the
people individually, especially upon those who
live in crowded neighborhoods which can not
Ik? thrown upon the government. However
efficient and indefatigable the Uoaid of Health
may be, there arc many respects in whicli it
must rely greatly upon the thoughtful co-operation
of the people in whose interests it is
In otlicr countries wlicrc tlic inhabitants are
lcs favored with general good health than in
this, many c( the causes which lead to the out
break of fevers and other infectious diseases are
well known. A badly tapped drain-pipe will
sometimes generate a home full of poison, and
anything like a disagreeable odour procecdirg
from a drain is the warning of all sorts of possi
ble, even probable, evils. The accumulation
above ground of kitchen-refuse or decaying matter
of any kind is very likely tc load the atmos
phere with bad gases. The proximity of closets
and manure heaps to houses is a dangerous thing.
Drinking water drawn from a leaky p ip? crossing
a drain has been known to cause much disease.
Fever has been brought into houses simply
because the air which entered the op.cn windows
habitually crossed a pool of water into which
the kitchen slops drained. ;Our supply of water
from the government reservoir no doubt protects
Honolulu from many dangers which poisoned
water might bring with it; but the wells of
Honolulu should be very carefully protected frcai
the infiltration of poisonous matter from stables
or sewers or any other infecting cause.
These arc only n few of the matters in which
it is incumbent up-on every resident of a town or
village or even homestead to look out for him
self; and no amount of government assiduity
can be so complete as to relieve individuals of
the responsibility which rests upon them of
taking care cf themselves.
Wednesday last, the 12th instant, was the
fifth anniversary cf the accession of His Majesty
Kalak.u to the Throne of these Islands, and in
accordance with previous notification was ob
served as a government holiday. Flags were
displayed on the (iovcrnmcnt Kuildings and Con
sular residences and the shipping in port, and
most places of business were closed after 12
o'clock. At that hour, a salute was fired from
Punchbowl battery, which was responded to,
gun for gun, ly II. II. M. S. Ojal. During
the morning, the Infantry Company Trincc's
Own," of which His Majesty is the Captain,
paraded in uniform, and preceded by the Band
marched to the Palace, where they were reviewed
by tho King, and several medals were presented
to those members who had displayed the most
proficiency in drill and punctuality in atten
dance. Kcturning to the Armory, the Company
enjoyed a bountiful lunch, provided or them
by their officers. The day passed otT very
quietly, and one could not but reflect upon
the contrast with the 12th of February, 1874.
On that day, a turbulent and savage mob
drove the Legislature from their Hall, beat and
almost killed a number of the members, destroy
ed furniture, books and papers, battered the
old Court-house quite out of countenance, leav
ing not a single pane of glass entire, and but for
tho intervention of foreign forces would doubt
less have burnt and plundered the city. Uut the
reign of Klak i a, thus begun hi a storm, has
ever since been one of jace and unprecedented
j.nprity. Dining the five rd..,.t vtars which
have elapse. wince the nfce-"...n of His Mdje.-fy,
the country has mr.de more roil prr..- j:
j inatc.-.a! J r .rj-t..i;y than during any t-.t.:y
yeirs previous t 1.7-t.
' Wr ,!i nil i. ! t!.i
vtl.o have jnecJ away ; they were
j ".v ".-v
ut di 1 rot e e their c rrortunitv. cr soein'
. T1 Vr "r f
)t imp rove. They ecr.t I.nvoy after Kav.-v
, -iv... r n-, . .
l0 a lrca.y of Kccip.ruCity, hut always
able, but dil rot e e their c j-portunity, cr seein
failed of eurccs.
:.c prospects fir the future
of oar agricultural intetcsts the true brI cf
any country 'b jroeT-cnty were glooaiy cr.cuh.
Our iugar entrpriK?. upn vrlne eucoes the
whole fabric of o ir industries and even of
government deprdrd after the withdrawal
the whaling fleet v...re neatly all cn the down
grade, or threatenir. 6on to bec-;aie ?). .Such
was the tMtuati n in 1374.
On tt.e l'Jtli of October of that vear, ei
tuJiihe utter Hi M-iWetv'd accc$5in. Messrs
Alk-ri and Carter weie diptched to th I'r.ited
.State.-, tj renew tiation3 for a neeipriicity
Treaty, the accuL.plidhineLt of which it was
Kit was tie olIv tldng that would gave the
country from babkuptoy. One ti-jnth tl.ir
afttr the King bimsclf saile 1 fjr the I'nitid
States on the I. S. S. Bncia, returning on th-.-
flagship Pensaeola on the 17th of February
fjllowing, one year ;i.ft:-b his acce&ijn. While
every praise and credit is accorded to the F.nvoys
for their faithful and untiring labor in securing
the Treaty, there can be no doubt that tlv? vi.-it
of His Majesty to the L'nited States in the
interests of the Treaty and the impreioti he
made upon the pop.!e and rulers of that country,
were greatly instrumental in securing for us its
final adoption. No one needs to be told that
without that Treaty which His Majesty by his
personal exertions iu making a journey to a
distant land in the dead of winter was instru
mental in obtaining we should not to-day sec so
many new agricultural enterprises springing up
on all the Islands, nor hear the busy hum of
various industries on every band.
Aside from other benefits to the country at
large which wc might enumerate as the results
of the first five years of the present reign, we
submit that the nation has amp.lc reason to
celebrate tho Accession Day of King Kai.akafa.
Under the heading Neglected opportunities
in our trade with the Hawaiian Islands," the
Gazelle of this week lias some editorial comments
on a dispatch of the American Minister nsideut
to the State Department at Washington, which
dispatch however, appears to have been written
over a year aga. Pawing by the anomaly of an
editorial heading written in Hawaii nci respect
ing Our trade with the Hawaiian It-lands,"
wc proceed to make a few comments cn tho
subject in general.
The editor eays that upon the garbled state
ments made of the dispatch, wc were led into an
error, which induced us to write nt the time,
what we would not have written if wc had had
the dispatch before us as wc have it now." We
have examined the article in the Gazelle of
March C, 1878, which the editor now declares
was an error, and have compared the extracts
there made from the dispatch which are said to
have been garbled." but we find that in substance
they do not materially differ from corresponding
portions of the dispatch as now printed. There
is one sentence however, which is evidently an
interpolation by the San Francisco newspaper,
and it is this : " The Hawaiian trade is almost
wholly abandoned to British competition." We
do not find this in the dispatch as now printed,
nnd it would be strange if we did, for nothing
could be more untrue. But most of the editorial
comments in the Gazette of March G, 1878,
upon Pome errors in the statement of facts made
by the Minister, und which errors also appear
in the dispatch as now printed, were at the time
considered bcrc to be just and jroperr and indeed
the criticism was so well done that the nominal
editor of that papor was not generally credited
with being the author of it. The article of
last year closes with the following words: " Wc
have written this review of this extraordinary
dispatch more in sorrow than in anger, because,
we repeat, that we are sincerely sorry tliat the
U. S. Minister should have placed himself in
the unenviable position he has by making state
ments unwarranted by the facts in the case. Wc
confess wc are at a loss to imagine what could
have induced His Excellency to make such a
mistake so 6O0n after his arrival at his post of
duty." But this week, the Gazette has had
' a change come o'er the spirit of its dream,"
and Eajs of the dispatch, (which as wc observed
before is substantially tho same now as when
reviewed by that paper last year) that " we
havo not the slightest desire to find fault, ns it i3
in all respects right and proper." There's a
' As carnal Keameu iu a Ktoriu
Turu pioiw convert. slid reform."
Wc will briefly point out evident errors,
which appear in the dispatch, and which are
calculated to create on injurious impression
abroad as to the working of the Treaty. The
Minister says :
" The impetus given to the sugar and rice trade by
tie reciprocity treaty has brought not only agents
but principals from British manufactories to the Is
lands to extend their trade by furnishing machinery
for sugir nnd rice plantations ; but 1 have yet to
learn of one American agent or principal who has
made his appearance here to take advantage of our
benefits through our reciprocity treaty."
The truth is, that before a single agent or
principal from British manufactories nnived at
the Islands, there had been two American agents
here, who were quite successful in procuring or
ders. Two entire sugar pdants have been Con
structed in San Francisco for tho Islands. Again:
"The San Fancisco tenner, on the other hand, for
some reason incomprehensible to me, does not seem
to create cr demand a market here for the refined
sugars he produces from the island growth. On the
contrary, I am assuted Ly the merchants in the
trade that the island planter, after selling his sugar j
to a San Francisco refinery, takes of that very mon- 1
ey aod purchases for his own use German refine !
sugar, or some other, according to the rcprescuta- !
tions made him." j
Since the date when the Treaty went into '
effect, (Sep tember, 187C) there have been no ini- j
Iort:tions of eugar from Germany, with the cx- ,
cep.tion of one small lot in 1878, valued at loss :
than 1000, imported by a Cerman house here
in one of their own ships in the regular trade
On the other hand, there was imported from
California, duty free, in 1877, crushed and cube
sugar to the value or4,tKJJ ; and in l7s from "
the same source, duty free, to the value of 6I0O,
"The Hawaiian rice crop is sold almost intite ta
the United States. The llawaiianr buy for home
consumption, direct from China, Japan, or the List '
indies, a cneap rice or paddy or inferior quality, but
e-jually satisfactory to the Chinese plantation 1 ibor-
rers, nno are tne cnief consumers here
I stale this
simply as one of the scries of facts oflerins no special
opportunity to American interests."
According to the S. F. Journal of Commro of
Jan. 2ud, 1579, the receipts of rice from the
Hawaiian Islands from Jan. 1st, 1877 to Jan. 1,
1878, were 5,332,300 pounds. The monthly
consumption of Hawaiian frouzn rice in these Is
lands, ns ascertained from competent authority,
averages C00 one-hundred pound bas, ,r 3,000,-
000 pounds per annum. Wc buy direct fr-m China
Japiau, or the Ktist Indies, ;i cheap rice or
paddy. A ship bringing Chinese imraiiarit?
from II jngkun: often has a small surplus ulst...ri-
of this cheap rice, but it does not amount to an
importation in the proper sense of the word.
And it occasionally happens that Hawaiian lice
is high priced in the California markets, and it
will then pay to ship from San i'rancisco email
lots hither ot the cheaper grades. JJut bv refer
ence to the above figures it will be teen that we
consume fully enc half of our Hawaiian grown
rice at home.
In conclusion wc will add, that in portions of
the dispatch the Minister is correct in his facts and
fair in his deduction, in some degree making
amends for thosejn which he has evidently been
misled. Wc trust that a longer residence in iho
country will enable him to learn from nunc relia
ble sources than he seems to have had aivcss in,
the real facts in regard to Hawaiian trade an l
nce tLcre is a lull in the pium
urn.! a lcw i.iL.ui;si in a Vtr
ln:on ynwic?t where there are to bo 210 'er9 cf
hve rs cich to ir.iie cne winner cf tLt des ia
. prvperty. tardy tiu incrc!ianJi;o tl."" CVU1C
uaJer ru:j l.-cecw. tat the eiail'-'nr-ct. If t-o
t tcleratd f !,-.. ii'T i. nffr''. for TOa
' ,,,' iJ e?e grxsL..rg is r i.,.,,
: Live greyer chaacc to w.o. rotiocvlaia tn
, the roai to '.e'caie a eejcnJ DiJen Jn ? I do
prvperij. Mir.!jtL;j merchan Jiiic ' iui ccuc
net th:nk tie :if j3 Jei 1.
is worth & j-o.nJ cf caic
Genera! is aa Icgoiiai-.n.
IbLo'.ula Feb. I I, lTT.
An ucof prevcttien
L bc.iev the Aturcey
Vour '"J: T,
T4l.MEF.TlXi lilti H
I noli lc ikun"wokks comnt heu
Till? DA V, f iTL'RD 4 Y. the lith iot, at 11 c'dk
a. m.. ar the r.,. r.f i T'im. II. L'lTie Hanolo.u.
' TIK'? R. V.KER, SecrJtarr.
' Fil.rr.iry U.h TO.
Notice of Abitfice.
I XDERSir.NF.I) S-Vtm iu BK
&b-r.i from U. K.rjiam iroil moniiii Ircm
r. i; ai.w'i
cj l.-aves a I V ' Attcmy ilh W . K.
u let f r L:ni in ni-era o. aur-
CIGAR & T0B-CCO STORE
'IIIIK rXDKRSICX'" IIKKIUI MITI.
HI.! hi fr., lJ an.l t puh.ic geneai.y. that he lui
I uri ! a'.' 1 the &i.-4k ami lii-i ct 11 J -M'LrK id the
IVuA T'.scco M ..r-r.n . Street, ne above Ui:Unsham
, i ... v. . . . n r.v to met Cttst.orEr The
b--a; ar::o:. .n the hoe of v-'- '''i rt T.-cf rnMant-
iv n :i.ii.,i. (f. ij zm
L.-'REN ? MARCHAST.
Administrator s Sale V Auction.
LV VIRTl K OF U TIltUlTY FltOM
Hi- Hon. Arahum Fandcr. Ucu.l Jul).'? of the il
Ju l-ial Oi.-trk-t. i.soed on t 2Tth of anoary. I shall toll at
Cane, ite.'.l njcr i:.-,val I'1'1'- L'ccda will be at the es-pf-ne
of urc!;,.r Tie-re'3 nifttM2 upon ttie" landj,
I ln-Mhy Uildeia Co. JNU. W. KALI A.
LaLalna. Mail, y cb. 3, l felS 4t.
Notice oi "r7cr-osare of Mortgage.
: VOTICE H iilKEHV GIVEN" THAT
1 pursuant t f.wer of pale contained in a certain
. Murtg'Si? Deed dat ti 20th day of December, 1S75. made
by John A!;ipi of irniulu. Oal.u, to Ales. J. Cartwright. of
; record in the I'llicf the Ilieistrai of Conveyance, in Liber
i't, n papea 4 . 4'i d 47. and by him assigned to F. T. Lene
' hin, Trule.-. ahictiaiznniiMil is of rerord iu Lib?r 4S. on
j pajiO 43. I f. r a lach if the conditions ir said Mortgage
: Iieed coi.taiM d. ill all and singular the bnda, tenements
I and In rt-.li:aiii''Dti s iiJ Mortgage Dud contained and dea
! cribed will, after I time limited by law, be sold at Public
j Auction, on accnur f tbe breach cf the conditions as hereia-
l.el ,re nsi-cli-.no.l. y. T. LKNKUAN, Truatee.
CECIL BROW Attorney f r F. T. I.enrhan, Trustee.
IbiteS Ilonolultijb. 15th, 1ST9. fe!5 3t
A I.I. I'ERSS FOEM) TRESPASSING
Ta upon the laa of KAUCKU RANCH, consisting of
Malaekabana, Kca, Kahuku, Oio, I'lupehupehu, Punalau,
Hanakcc, Opatia, lipahialua, Waialee. Kaunala, I'aumalu,
I'upukea, and a poin of Waimea. UlanJ of Oahu, far the
purpoar if takiitherrfront wild Pigs. Turkies, Fruits of
any kind, or sli xdiijaine, will tie prosecuted according to
law. Any D. p l .Jon this lands will be destroyed. Es
tr;iy Horses, Cattle 4 I'ija will be impounded.
Approved: M M R. I1LC1IAN AN, Manager.
JAMES CAMI'LL, Konchiki.
Kahuku, Ilan 1 clahu, Feb. I. 1S.7J. felS
'MIK IXDEMIJ.NKI) HAVING It EKN'
" . . . . u . -.
km."..' - .
f'llVIl 4 llT tilr .v.. u
muni) I rali. r oi L.aiaic oi ALdter
jue-t all perser i naiei, nanai, ii. i., ueceascu, uereoy re
payment, and a'. hbted to the Estate to make immediate
ar - notified tu " Pns having claims against the said Estate
undersigned beM'rf l,,e "". duly authenticated, to the
hereof, or they wit ' expiration of Six Months from the date
' forever tarred.
1 A R Y ANN CONRADT,
A dinirii It AN K BINDT.
Knloa Kauai IV'0" ' the Estate of August Conradt.
8, 1S79. fel5 it
j. ir. ir.ixi.ox.
From alia alter
HAMDN & GRIFFIN,
Shop Makn Foundry, Queen Street,
Gc jz: ivr n ryv.T-j omitiis :
All K' of Blacksmith Work at
CHEAPEST HATES !
SHIP SMIUING A SPECIALTY.
Cot Co van IT. Iron of all Sizes for Sale
tult TIIF. TI.11FS felo 3m
'gUII-: I M)KIIUEI UK I NO ABOUT TO
M leave the Kin.. mi. reoucsts all persons having any
cl.iijiis uir;iinst him present the sutne without delay, and all
persons iinli-bti d io iu to make immediate payment.
JO.S. M. WEST.
Honolulu. Jai. 3i,S79. feh 8 St
A T TIIK ANXHAI. .MEETING OF THE
j: StoeVholi is if the Kohnta Sugar Company, held Febru
ary th, 1S7'.', le folwing ollieers were elected fur the ensu
ing year, to v.:
J. MotSmi.h..... ...President,
S. C. ilen Vice President,
S. N. nstie , ...Treasurer,
.1. I'. (ke Secretary,
Daniel mi 111...... ..Auditor.
f S 2t J. P. COOKE, Scc'y K S. Co.
rgillE I MIEIMGNEI) HAVING SECURED
fi the AK'i.-y ' I J R. Holcoinb'a Acoustic Telephones, is
row prepare to oT. rhem to the public at the same rate that
they are sol for in tli states. Ihey are warranted to work
we mile, .ny ipaesions concerning the above will be cheer
fully an-. weul. Price $5 00. Wire is extra. One pound, at
75 cents, wl re.ii.-li 6l feet.
feSSin C. W. COOKE, Agent.
iule :eam for sale.
EIGIl: MITiX WELL 11ROKEX. AM)
good raught ntn-.als. Eight Sets of Hames complete.
One Wagoiivith Ihak-, Strong and Well Built, in Good Run
ning Order. Dt live roion the liarf at Kaawaloa for Eleven
liumlred I l!nr?. Apply to
f 8 lm Kona, Hawaii.
VT T I TC ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockblders of tie Hawaiian Agricultural Company,
held Januay COth, at je Oihce of C. Brewer & Co., the fol
lowing others were c-ctcd for the ensuing year:
Cha R. I'.Miop President,
H. A P. Carter Yice President,
.1. Dl!reer Secretary.
P. CJone, Jr Treasurer,
H. My Auditor,
Cha- It. Ili-hnj
H. Niy. Directors.
11. P. Caiter)
f-S it J. D. BREWER, Sec'y II. A. CO.
GUAIDIAN S SALE.
BY Vmri'EOF AN ORDER OF THE
Hon.:.awtei:re NuCully, made on the Aid day of Janu
ary. 179. ranting nv-hcer.se to sell l he real estate of LA
II EL A (wa minor. I lull sell at public auction, at the door
of the fJovriiment L'uiling, on Ihe 8th day of February next,
at I J o'cloc m., nil tht tract of land, the property of said
minor, situted nt Hoinno. Kau, Island of Hawaii, containing
3 3-10 acre, awarded!. Kukuna by h. C. A. 7329.
j:i25 -t Uuardian of Lahela.
A N" OIVIt A CLASS. WITH LARGE EYE
X. an.l M.I "l.iss. TKN DOLLARS reward will be paid
f r in retunto
j ,2o -?t)
C. BREWER A: CO.
'TUio.M AMI AFTER THIS HATE MR.
iloWRI) a. P vRMI I.KK is admitted a Partner in
IIOLLISTER & CO.
VliriCMs II K R Ell Y GIVEN" THAT ANTOSE
1 J. LOl'h l:n a License to Pasture Catilo and other Live
Sb-ck bramle. JXC, on the land of Hcnculiuli, Ewa, Oahu;
niili liberty to -e llie native l.ibor, due the Konohiki, in ihe
management tlre.1. All other iorsons are hereby forbidden
t o tr- .-pass on te fiid bin.l. Ail cattle and other Live Stock
. . ,..,- , . -II I.. ! 1.1 ........ 1
ir,g Jo iaw"; and u loose dr-s win be ,hot.
ftlIE INDE1MGXEI) HAVING PUR-
K ihael all thight. title and interest hitherto owned
by MR. F. T. l.E.GUAN, in the Wait umalei Plantation,
situaled at Laupaho.oc, Hawaii, held himself responsible for
n the debt contraied on t
"rm of I,olE EE.vhan &
I T r.ni'n In Inn Oki ". v
behalf ol the same, cr of the late
t CO. OEO. TOPE.
Honolulu. Jan. 2m, IS79. lei
FROM A XI AFTER THIS HATE I HAVE
duly cur.s'.itix.l and appointed Mr- II. J. AGNEW my
laaful attorney in xt to carry on and superintend all branches
In my buine' of urriaee Making and UIack;mitbinz.
Honolulu. Nov. 1, 17$
rIIE rN'IKRSIXGED HAVING RE EN
E et.-cted Assrnees if the Estate of C. AI. of Wailukn,
a B.inkrupt. r.Miot is hereby ;;iven to all person? indebted to
ih said C. Ai. to nate immediate payment to M. Green, at
the cilice of M. I'ha.: i A Co.. at Honolulu, or T. W. Everett,
at Wailt-.ku. Maui- M. GREEN.
F. C. ACHO.NG.
j ''-" "7- A-si rc-s of th.- Et.ite of C. Ai. a Bankrupt.
CERT IN.MONF.Y ORDER, waa LOST
J. m il Wailuku. tl.e ;bt -t Nov.-tuber last. nuiul-red
1.1 jl. drawn in far . cf and endorsed by C. H. I'iekey. Who
ever i,l returti tv s:,me to the Store r.f Castle & Cock",
II ri!.Iul:i, -li n 1 1 1 1 c-ve the above reward.
jiH In.' S. H. MEEK API.
JEfilf,. 1CII I t
IN" rilK ESPLANADE.
Fresh Milled Rice for Sale
In qiitllilts to Soil PortliasfM.
Highest marlcet price paid for paddy
mi, n iao Ii.ep-ri. .......i. becServtl thn-lo. an.t a! narlie ir,terete,l an tier.-tiv nolirlnl
. tvau. ,1 .-c.ao.. xiz: 0 - i k :ci ana at aiaiua, I.ahaina. Feb. Uth, 1ST. MS Zt
KTV.wa a i-uhala; Two pi-.:. . lid at Kapualri. Kauialo. . z ......
Tneac lan.is . rtf f.r th cu.'rvation of either Kalo or C 1 I' K F.M K CO F K T I) F T 1 1 F. II IWIIIIV
tll l'RK.MK ( Ot RT Ol' Til K II W A II N
liaJ. -a rr.bj!-. a l..-XAlt U;nV
, I,,,lvaJ!v'a 1 r
; j.a.t!Ce K-ca"r.
ti!j j. ii:fciv !, u::-.!iir r.t! re Mr
' oa r-i.;, ! i :.M ib, Fi i ,.n .-j K.ir.iRT H ;.n: u
' M -aina. uhu. aij .-t tr.i n rry o .1 ion t w i,;uS.
Oho, d.td inflate at w.;i,i'i!.a. the K.f.h ,y ,4
. ro-ruary. a. i. it k.r;.-.s rn-,-ity tut no .,:i.arj v,.
- itt thA, Lt.vr, cf ajJ ,.Mj w. r c
It i orucrl ir.it W k-D.N tPA l . a ly f lrr. A.
I 1T. te aa 1 h.-tvty i aj-p.-ir.ted fc-r hanr.e a J
t-f -re . 1 Juit.re, i:i tLet'.t; K vni cf tiiia Ct-iir:. at IKhkv
!j1u. LI which t.x 43.1 placnr a.! per.t. n;-y a;.(v-ar and
W) cax if a: y t.ry hc, !.t ,u J rliti a )i n t t
jra.-.ted. atid that tha rr-Jer bo fabhaiied a th? li'. a
a::d llrxaah larju i Ut U.r'e lacfuiif wek ia the Fac-fle
CoasmercnlAj4eri.vrar.il Ka k i ucwipaoem ll .n!u!u.
Iatd Hro:i:'.:. II 1 , Frb KVh. A. V. l"i
LlWRt.NCK WiCl LLY.
AUet Juttoe cf the !!j rrB.e tVart.
A. Ryj A, Te, a:r I l-ik. flS 3s
IX CII.4MIIKRS. CIRC TIT JI IXJE.SKC
cud J'xl.riai In t riot. lUwaitao Island. In the liTATK
UK J. S. GKttN of MikAwao. Vliui. tl -ce-J.
On realxg ar.J filirrthe re;i:. f :Fi F. FFCKWITII.
A ltr..c;i:rator c? the Estate cf J. s ;ren cf Maia n Mau.,
dceaed, afc:Ef that h; ax-cust h arj rovrd ar.d that he
d.ichareej fna fariher revcs.biiitT ia the matter.
Il s ordr-red that M(LA Y, the 10th cf March. at 11
o'clock A. M .. at th Court ia Mitinjj, ho mm at the
time and piace lor hearioj laid petitioa. and any i4)ecin.n
that may be cSVred tkercto.aaJ all (lortif ir.tcr.t-.l aie fi re.
hy iK'liaed tj attend. ABK. I'ORNAM'l.i:.
Circu.t Jo.l, 2d Juhciil I iatrict, liaari.an lU:i !
I ahama, I'tt. s, ls7-. u-1 j "t
t X CII A MHKRS.
t'IRCl IT J( IKJE.SKF.
. czi J Ju lu-iat li;riot, Hwai.:i Island, lat!..
ur 1 1:
OF J. B. II1KST cf Iliika. Maui, deceased.
en it-i i.r.fr anJ Ciirt the petmon of CHA.f. II ALEVAN
DiiK. asking that lat ill r.J Tcatatni r.l of J. II Uiit, Ute
cf lla.ku, Jlaui, Jercastd. be aJniitted to I'rvbate. and that
Letter Te5tarn"n:arv t-e iu.-d toiiij t h:i. 11. A'cxaiiJcr
and Robert Mitchell.'
It i ordered that MONDAY, the 10th if March, 17. at 11
A. M.. at the Court lieuse in Makawao, iK-t a the time and
place f.r hearine petition, and any o) jttion that rn.iy
LANDS, in Probate. Island of Oahu. Hawaiian Isi.-tnd.
f. In the matter cf the ESTATE OF CH ARLES W. COL
LINS, deceased. Order apointit:s time for Probate c-f Will
and directing publication of notice of the same.
A document, purporting to be the last wi.l and testament of
Charles W. Collins, deceased, having on the 4th dav of Febru
ary, A. D. 1ST9. been presented to said Probate Court, and a
petition fir the probate thereof, and f.-r the issuance cf letter
testamentary to Charles Thomas C.ul ck, having been filed by
It is hereby ordered that Tl'EsDAY, the 23th day of Febru
ary. A. 1. 1?7. at 0 o-clock, A. M. of aid day, at tha Court
Room o! said Court, at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. iu Aliiolani
Hale, thereat be. and the same is hereby appointed the time
for proving said will and hearing said application, when and
where any person interested may appear and contest the said
win, and the granting ot letters testamentary.
It is luriher ordered, that notice thereof 1ms piven by publi-
cation for three successive weeks in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, a newspaper printed and published iu Honolulu,
in the English language.
And it ia further ordered, that citations tie issued la the
subscribing witnessea to the said will, and to the heira of the
testator in this KingJom. to appear and contest the probate of
said will at the lime appointed.
Hated Honolulu, II. I.. February 4th, 1S79. i
A. FRANC Id JUHD. !
Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest; A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk Supreme Court. lew .It
f NTH AM HERS. CI RC'l'IT J I' I)G I
Judicial District. Hawaiian Islands. i
In the Estate of W. T. COOPER, cf Makawao. Maui, de-
cvased. On reading and filing the petiUon of J. D. Harekost
Auminisirator oi ine Estate ol w m. T. Cooper, late "J.."-1-
wao. Maui, deceased, asking that a time nndJ
hearing and approving the claini-LT. ,'""'c . ,
late, and suhroittinir Lr.Sred'tors againit stiid
- . i . : , .vcm nt j r.iss a , a annrnval rf t lis fi
be set lor
It ii-orJrw- 11"a accounts ior me approval oi met-ouri.
-. ...U. IU,I ,.kJ. V- 111. JVlll Ul HI(U1II AO, V, ,t
a. m , at the Court House in Makawao, lie set as the time and
place for hearing said petition, and any objections that may be
offered thereto; and all iiersous interested are hereby notified
ABR. FOKN ANDEH.
Circuit Judge, 2nd Judicial District, II. I.
Lahaioa, Jan. SOth, 1879. ft 8 3t
Sl'PREME COURT OFTIIE HAWAIIAN- !
lslandx. In Probate. In the Estate of ROSALIE J.
G I LI I LAND, cf Honolulu, widow, deceased, inlestate. Re- J
fre Mr. Justice Ju l. I.
On reading and filing the petition of F.MANl'EI, CUNI1A of I
Honolulu, alleging that Rosalie J. (iilliland, of Honolulu,
widow, died intestate at Honolulu on the thirtieth day of Jan- !
uary, A. u. its. y, and praying that Letters or Administration
issue to bitn aa the son-in-law- of the deceased.
It is oidered that TUESDAY, the 4th day of March, A. D.
1S79, be, and is hereby appointed for hearing said ietition lie
fore the aid Justice, in the Court Room of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear
and shor causa, if any they have, why said petition should
not be granted, and that this order be published in the Eng
lish and Hawaiian language for three successive weeks in the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser and Kuokoa newspapers in
Dated at Hon lulu, II. I., this 7th day or Jnn. A. I). 1S79.
A. FRANCIS JUDD,
A ttest ; Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. ROSA, Deputy Clerk. Ic8 3t
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Fair to be the I i - st Piano ever exhibited, which opinion has
been corrcborai. i bv iho best Musicians on the Islands.
As the Price of this Piano is considerably above the figure
usually given f r one el these centres of attraction in the
home circle, Geo. F. WelM has now endeavored to place an
opportunity of obtaininz it within the reach cl any Tiue Lover
cf Music, and earnestly h -pes that bis ncti'.u will meet with
tip probation and support.
METHOD OF DISPOSAL BY DRAWING:
Twollun-lrel and Tw.-i.ty Tickets, tt F.ve Polar each,
havini; been .V, that LUinlier rf -neraved block-, irom 1 to
2.0 ens. culiivly. will h- ph.C. . I in a Revolving h el. from
wh-i.ee thev w-1. ! e separitely d-.i.in bv a rhild I on l-folded,
in a public ro.ii, under the r.ire-ii-.n of four g. i.lb men
lete.l by the ul..e itK'rs.
IVifrcl intepii.y an l l.iirn -'s ti ;u puiran' -e l No fraud
or d. ceptiou being p s-il.le. I i...- I i .no will be iKli-ered lo
ihe w.nnpr tbe day f li ning tt.e .limning. IrS
:,c:tJ.d,.,,Ji,ucK,-.a,,u. ZSastcm Goods
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR
Msssrs. MELLIS & F1SCIIEL
I-.t :e r.t ri-,-.i a to t!;vir T'ry Ijir,: sii-l e'-'mp'- to k
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS
CmT.n every BM-le Ir. n i:i tSe lrJe. TVlrunrnr-r-d
fat'u.tiea enabio Ih. tu to vl. t a t- i. h f .tet
aj .rty and cr i:ipt i-oe ha U-w in any clii ia tt ia c.ty.
I'trlicutar attcutioti u cail-d to the l-iliowine
ISTlW GOODS !
ALL NEW, ANl NOW F-ITNJ
Offered at Very Low Prices !
1j1 V a!-n,-u-:,ue ljict. Real RutM.n I ace.
Kel Ten tioa l.ace, Kcal Forii-r lic-n.
U.-S.I UH.-v Uo ), Ileal Il. it.n Io.-. Real I i,m I.aoe,
I!. Hi 1'ralai.l Ijc.-., Real Fiuia:i I-e.
Heal lt.nd Laces, rliack French I bread I iff.
I. men Lace. F.;l- 1'iv Ijivi-, ail t4 Aiu l.v-e.
Till: L.XTF.ST Sl.i:. AM All. SUA '
A l.nrjje Arliurut F
Au IiiiniiMi-e Lot cf Silk. HanJlrrt ulrf.
C'-4 iKicn La-lie-' ar.d th-rils' Linen Hati.lkorcli i fa,
at a ilrcat Sacr t'uv.
ltel French 3rd Si Euibr. i.lei i. .
A big line of Clieni'e Tic,
The Finest in tho City.
OT. 4 lhx cf I a.lie.', XUsmV ard Children Iloe
THE BEST & CHEAPEST IN THE CITY
Plain and fancy ll.ilbi isn.
Gents' Fancy Stried Half h se,
lient.' Plain, at li cents, worth ib.uble.
A COMI'I.ETi: ASSORTMENT 1'F
T? n fTI i n o-o "PI f1 till er!
dV U111 i lli! llbdUUfco,
LaCO NOVCltlCS, BOX QUllllllgS
Hjim.JFlftI il M'aj 14. 1 I'wVmlC
Among the many llargains which were coiiM-;r.c.l to us by
i tho last Steamer, we would call your particular attention to
our well Selected Assortment of
i Ladies' and Cents Underwear.
Th I-atcat Style ol Oilt Trimiuin?, Silk Fringes,
' Colored Zephyr, Plain ritenille. Lace Dibs,
ii' '-"i" aiec 4 aiimnc.
Canton Flannel Cents TL'T.ucTff?.?-. A verl,ii Is,
Strijied Overshitt. Navy Rlue Ovi fliirls,
Bi-own Duck and Denim Pai.ls,
l.inen Checked Ovcrshirts,
SELIC1A. AVI lAN,nn.l everything iu Ihe l.inen Line
SWISS, TARLATAN. IMIJI'ES, CANVAS.
2, 3, 4 & G Button Kid Cloves,
WARRANTED TO WEAR,
THE BF.ST F. tsTFliV (OUnH'S, t0(H I IT.
l.-lilies while fliopp'ui" sti- iil l visit the
California One Price Bazar
AND THI S
SAVE TIME AND MONEY !
They will find there without exception, the .argent and
most Complete Assortment of
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS !
AVer Exhibited In the Klngdinn cf Jlatrail.
The C. O. 1. IIAZAR ii determined to lead. Our
visitors of the past are thoroughly convinced that we have
the power and Ihe will to buy and sell at the lowest possible
The motto of the C. O. P. BAZAR it, " KEEP NICK
OOOD.S AND SELL CHEAP."
MELLIS & FISCHEL,
rflriBC Most. Approved
A X II
THE FUST PERFUMERY !
TOILET ARTICLES !
From Paris, New York & London
Genuine Eucalyptus OH,
Best Seidlitx Powder, Injection Btou,
Supar.cnated Pills, Elixir of Peruvian Bark,
Elixir of the Phosphates, Elixir Gentian.
Wine of Pepsin, Elixir for Nsrvous Derangement,
Elixir Beef, Iron and Wine, Alcohol, 93 per cent;
Disinfecting Powder, Pastilles for Affections of the Throat
Helladona Plasters. Mustard Plasters,
Lactopeptine, the Great Remedy for Dyspepsia;
Medicinal Extracts, Vaseline Cream, Vaseline Soap,
Fly Destroyer, Rat Poison, Insect Powder, etc , etc.
ASSTD. ELASTIC TRUSSES,
Codliver Oil & Phosphate of Lime,
Boudoir Paper, Vaseline, White Cati!e Soap, Hilieon,
Syringes, ic , Ac, Ac , A e
A Large and Very Superior As
Tooth Brushes, Flesh Brushes,
Nail Brushes, Hair Brushes,
Sponres lor the Nursery, Toilet and Bathing Sponges,
Tooth Paste, Sozodnnt Tooth Powder,
Shaving Cream and Soap, Combs. Ktn'llina; Dottle,
Toilet Powder, Assortment of Toilet Soaps,
Hair Oil, Silver Soap, tc, etc , etc.
ASSORTED CARBOLIC SOAPS
FOR JAI.E AT
Dr. Hoffmann's Drug Store.
N. B. All Orders Promptly Executed. Sin
Received from California.
Thfse (iiHi'h arc Vri Suj-'rior, htng
Belter lhan any Other Brand
IN THE MARKET, AND
SOLD AT LOWER PRICES ! !
C'nll nml See-, mill
DON'T FORGET TO ORDER SOME
- I -ROM -
II 1 in
IJROWX & CO.
PLANTATION SALMON !
KIR S A LE AT I.O V U A T E I X l l! A
Tiriti io aiil by
janlltf CASTLE Ai COQKE.
TO MM I'llHEIIS A X 11 OTHERS
SUGAR. BOIIjijSR I
DESIRES EMPLOY MENT.
The Li est of References Civon !
a: ADTKK P. O . U) I I.
ICE CREAM PARLORS !
NJ CJ HOTEL h Till IT.
The Frcprt"r have .pa.vd no pain la makethea Parhva
coniplet in vcry paritcuUr, Cvoibuiuif U-ik romfatt and
Polite anJ atl.-iit:ie wa.trr alas) n hinJ ti ail-tvl la
llaviif nude ps-rinanent ai rancrraarn! with Mr. lmi l
Jran, the pr -prictor of ll.e Patltian Itctaurant, ai pre
pared to furtitsh to Pall. Parties, I'an.il..-.. 4c . Cake of alt
kin.1., idicr pl.ul t-r ornamrnled la llie l.i(br. tij le t4 ti
JisMHrnliie art IF W r,ld.o( Cakes a x- ,ir.
Also in ur line, we aid aup ly lea 1 r m, lcet fheibi.,
Ar , of titprnor quality, on abort nolle
Our .li-s-tiir c.Hll.ler for Aeralr-t rk-vrraf . R.4 Ittsyr,
A i- . i u li.tl Midi the bet and heallbiest lcn. f.r Ibi
TryourSa-.et I flen .oviog Citrate rf Msifncaia, Mianuf.r
lu. ed fr- in tbr receipt ts7 a et U hi sled pby .ician
We licit th put. lie pali-i-ne, ail aiil make i ur beat
effort to please oin
EXTRA N0T1GE ! !
HI Y A
IS AIIOI T TO
FII5ST CLASS IMAi0 !
Will F1mI II Tkrlr lnlrrr.1
TO CALL AT NO. 66 FORT ST.
W lll lti: TIll.Y Wil l. FIND
ruiiU-THK BIST MIM I ACII KI US IlF
aiib: i.ic a cV i:rii.oim:
Iliiving recently Maine J the
OF t-r-VKKAI. OF THE BEST
I'isuioK vV Oi'jiiiw J
I uui uuw rraifil lu furnish Hum Chr-sprr
lliitu )n ran jiosslUIy pel tliriu tifauy
EVERY INSTRUMENT IS WARRANTED )
- AMI WILL lK
SET UP IN PERFECT ORDER
IN ANY HOUSE IN THE CITY,
Free of Charge,
A XII -
25'" Ilcmombcr that I can fur
nish you any kind of FIANO
you may fancyf at a LOWER
PRICE and with Icsk Iroubloto
you than you can f?ot tho samo
CONSTANTLY ON II A N IX
THE LIGHT RUNNING NEW
AiiMi sewn mmm
In especially adapted to Family ue.
and is unequaled for its effi
Call on AtltlrcsH :
CEO. F. WELLS, No. CO Fort St.
lJElft7 GOOBS I
,J. 3STOTT & CO.,
HAVE JIST RECEIVED EX. UTE ARRIVALS',
The Most Complete Assortment,
LARGEST RANGE OF PRICES!
TO BE FOUND IN
TIN & JAPANNED WARE,
Pumps, a large assortment; Kitchen Hink, Door Mats,
Slaw Cutters, House Water Closet and C'at Iron Sod or
Waste Pipes, Yard Broom. Plencil, Marking. Dul and
Whisk Brushes. Nest Wrxiden Ik Oalv'd Tubs k Buckets,
Harden Rakes, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware, a full aaortm't;
Ox Yoke and Bows. Lanes Ac Clement Planter's Hoe,
Goose Neck Hoe, 6-K shank; Pick.- Pick V Hoe Hsndlea,
Horse and Mule Collars, Trace Chain,
Cane Knives, hille-trres.Orindstones tiiounle, on frLlura
Ames' Shovel. Spaiba, aorted; Plantation Bi lls,
Trash. Hay and Manure Korkei.
t r PL0WS.-Steel and Iron.
jakuatS ALL SIZE.
Cultivators, Knox's Horre Hoes, Hinge & Rotary II
Fail hank's I'l.iil .rm and Counter Scales, Boring Ma
iron a mi lor J vans, i io o incites;
Hubs, Fellows and Spokes, assorted sixes; Slcs k. and Dies,
Hteam CVx-ks, assorted ; Sash Weights, Portable Forges,
Wheel Barrows, Lawu Mowers, I union's Files,
Cylinder and Thermometer Churns. Kerosene Slote. Tin
ned Taeka. 8 to 21 ex.; C hi pping Tra) s. Hunt's and Cr.a
man's Handle A ves and Hiili-bel. Pica Mattocks, Long ful
ler do., Adze., Broad Halrhet. tiruli IIimb. Hid.- roll.r. Ilav
Cutter. Itoad Ss ru-r, Fence V ire, oiled and ai.ne.lu.l; iab
vani7.ed Corruei,t-d lto.ifliiK. tlalvanizej Water Pii. 1 in -1 in i
Sheet Iron, Sheet Copper, all s i. ; Snue. pai.a, f h s-t U a.l,
SI'EI'I A L. -Hating a force of orLiii:in i-inu'.oi eJ.
we are prcpired to do work in
TIN". KIPPER . si.l SHEET I HO V.
AI lowesr possible rates, pailir in need of aoik done In this
line, will don ell to j.ive us a c ill. We dull be pleased to
give Esliuiuli-3 ou W oik and Uuirablee it lo stand Ihe tt at of
it tain or A ma
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