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V A C I F I C COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE K, D E C E M B E R 31, 1881.
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On the 'nl In-ttr.t, .Mr. A. If. fTnuti..;, t!e
C.mmNiort-r f !!iiiira?!.m fur t!e Ha
waiian Kln;c'!"iu at t!i- 1I.w , lally
I l at ! f,y Hi Mjj. ,ty Kif.ir KalaVana.
Invi-tl I.a.y l:ra-y at l.-r i-i l. n.
Park lane, with the I an. I f..-.. ration .f
tl Uoyal Orl.-r f K.t ji..f mi, in-t ir ut.-.l
tu th name .f 1 1 Ii.m;ui.wi 2 ' -1 t l-v
li"towl n tl-e !t-tinir'u,. .! in art.
H'U'tu'H ami letter. It ilj !- r m ruV r. 1
that during tlie Kin' vi it t IMmf-ur-h.
he .TnaMy li.ve-te I Mr-. P.i!ej
JIIm Ial.tl Uirl), with thi Or-!ir.
After the ceremony Mr. Hotfitun wa cn
tertaine.l at I:mehert ly Inly lira---, of
whofe k, ''The f "rtli-e f the uiib. ailJ,"
which contain in li charming .-keti he of
Ihmolul'i ami HavtaH, it may ! appro
priate to xtatt here, there hav? alna'Iy
lMtn M Iihmmi t-onicH hi the i--jnlar lx
TIIK ATI-ANTIf Wit AI.INfi I'l.KKT.
Th united catch f tlic tlecii teamerH
rt the Dundee fleet, t-naed in wliale
fljhlnff thi-4 ain, wan only IS wlia!en.
pnxlucinsr ton of oil, aain-t l')77 Iat
jvar, valued at Xl",nor a wretched result,
and a!o '21 ton- of hone. Oivinj to scarcity,
Lone will rl-e materially in the market, the
latent quotation Icin over 70o ier ton.
NOTKH ON SfOAK.
According to late advices received from
llavarnali, an nhundant u;;ar crop is ex
pecied in Cuba thi- year. The French and
Ilelgian b-et ero), altliouh deficient in
riurUty, I In general, fatl-factrry, the sap
Indnp pure and the .saccharine yield
iiuperlor to what wan exiected ; Lut in ("Ser
many and Austria the damage by frosts
aeem9ito he ferioti.-, and complaints are
made Loth as to quantity and quality.
TIIK ST K. 51 -YACHT CEYIjOX,
About whoMe cnik- around the world,
touching at Ilonolul-i, my la-t lett r con
tained full tletails, arrivtil at Marseilles on
the lCth Inst., and cmharkel a number of
additional ia.sensers. She has now on
Lounl a crew of 1.7) all told and some 40
passengers (instead of K0 as originally pro
posed). Including a few invalids and 10
ladies, married and otherwise. The iMity
JN'cica has a upecial correspondent on board,
and Mr. C II; Trljip, who was iecial
artist for the Graphic during the Zulu anJ
Transvaal wars, Is also a passenger on
board and will send sketches of all places
and peoples visited during the cruise. The
Ceylon will pass through the Suez Canal
about the middle of December.
LIT ERA KY NOTES. S"
This week's Illustrated London JYtrJ
November lf, has a page full of i!Iustri
tlous of the recent lava flow from Maui.'.
Lea, copied from a juries of photograplis iff
Mr. Dickson and accompanied by a des
criptive article by Mr. A.T. Atkinson. Tife
3."tti volume of tle International Scien
tific Series," just published, is I'rofcssof
Judd's book on " VolcaiHK's; what they art
and what they teach' witli ., illustrations
Among the latest acquisitions ot the depart
ment of M. S. H. in the British Museum
are a number of charts and maps illustra
ting the voyages and surveys of Captain
Cook ami others, 17W-s, early niais of
Australia and New Zealand, etc. Mr.
Francis has just issued a Look' entitled
"War, Waves and. Wanderings ; including
a cruise in the Iancashire Witch." In
which yacht it will be rcmemU-reil, Sir
Thomas Ilesket! paid a visit to Honolulu
NAY. 1 1. NEWS.
The Ilritbh Commanderdn-Chief in the
Pacific, liear-Admlral Stirling, will at last
pay Lis long delayed visit lo Honolulu.
The Triumph arrived at Couimbo the end
of last month, and on January loth. she will
leave the coast of Chili lor Honolulu,
thence to Ksqulmault. II. M. S. Ilmerald
mode a cruise to the Solomon Islands
and Ptw Jtritaln last month, with Sir
Arthur ordon on board. II. M. S. Kspi
egle, , CapU J!ridge. and the screw cor
vette Diamond, II, lv tons. h. p..
Cart. Dale, have both left for the Aus
tralian Station. The latter w ill relieve the
Kmerald, Capt. 3IaxweII. The Kusnian
fleet In the I'aclfic hxs now been greatly
reduce!. The squadron now comprises the
1'rlnce I'ojarsky, Strel ck, I'lastoon, Veist
nlck, Ala anl frica, with Kcar-Admiral
Aslanb'gotron Loard. The Atalanta. Mohr
raan. Master, salleil on the yrd instant from
JJverpool for Honolulu.
F. 1 .
Lettei:, No. "I.
Ixio". Nov. "), 1S1.
The Chinese tdeamers which have lately
leen trading to Honolulu, seem to Le in bal
luck. Tle Hochunr, it will be r nieni
bered, w-as lst by collision with a llritish
man-of-war last April, and now a teleirram
from Peking has just arrived here, stating
that the (Juinta has been wrecked on the
Island of Hainan and was sacked by the
natives. The (icrman gunlat Wo.f has
been despatched at once for the wciie of the
accident. Another Chinese loat, which is
not quite unknown at Honolulu, the Meifoo,
Is now on the way to this iort, h iving
reached Suez on the 1.1th i list. She conies
consigned to Messrs. Thome & Co., bring
ing a cargo of tea and and strawLraid from
Shanghai and Foochiw for various Imdon
hous.'s. There are also on Loan I as pas
sengers several Chinese merchants, who in
tend to establish themselves here. After
discharging her cargo, the Meifon will load
with despatch for Shanghai and inter
mediate rts. It is to be 1iohh that this
pioneer steamship flying the Chinese flag
will receive th welcme due to a stranger
THE LAST ACSTKAMAN MAIU
by way of Honolulu, was deliv. nsl here in
15 days from the arrival of the City of
New S'ork, at San Francisco, on the 1'nd
Inst. The mail consisting of 'S sack,
reached New York on the morning of the
9th. and was despatched by North tSerman
Uoyd S. S. Ill be, which sailed at 'Z p.m.,
and arrived onT Hurst Castle on the nw ling
of the lth, thus making the dNtai.ee of
310U miles, in 8 days, s hours, and 1X min
ute, actual learning time. The mails
reached the General lt-Oflice and
wcr distributed at noon. P.y this rapid
despatch the Australian inerch.aiits ii, Im
don were cnablcil to answer their U tters on
the same day by the mail for Australia,
that loft Dondou on the sumo evening, t iu
' THE I'BESCH IN THE I'ACirU.
It Kc-ems that the French fJovtnmu nt is
Just now malting great ctforts to extend its
dominion in the South Pacific A corres
pondent at Tahiti writes, that in August
last, the French man-of-war Hugon, Capt.
3'lnard, visited the principal Islands In the
A..inl nn.l fforveV ;rollTS. telling ttlC
people that now that Tahiti is French, they
must direct thither lluir present ir.me .
New Zealand which is worth X-7,ono a
year, that tJrcat HriUin lad undertaken i
not to Interfere with French action any
where to the east of Samoa, and had lately
censured Capt. Medlycott of H. M. S. Tur
ouoise for alutlng the Karotongan flag.
Also that the French Admiral was on his (
war to p!oc them under a French pr--tectorate?
fireat fear prevails throughout .
these islands and a report of the
matter was despatched at once to Sir'
Artltur (iorJon, the Iriti-h commi---ioiicr !
at Au'klail. It U v rv i.robubk' that the
I- r :u h have alor.t-l thi new annexation
rn.Iirv in nit t ii-i rnf ion af lh f)t-niiiir of ti
i'anatna Canal, whirh vu.i jIace their !
i-,.,.-.-ion.' i.ii the t!ir ..t route tj Au-tralia j
and New Zealanl.
Al.- TKAMAN .-t'liAK.
It is po-ib'.e that In-fore long Australia
will Ut i.riie a rival to Hawaii as a sugar
lrolueinir c -'.iitry. .V sjs ial lime tor-r-pidei4t
write- from Me.loiinn-. that
!.ir-e qu.iiititet of Ian laie now b-ing taken
l...f..rlt ......I. ..f ,.r-.r 'ft.. II . t.
Mr. Hop- was the tlr-t pioneer in the at-
t.-mpi to protitibly grow this, to u-,
n.eA.urvof ,fe. A, he had everything tJ
ae.lUi-itio. of Ms ki.ow:-Jge and he sank
it is generally n-prt-d -considerable -urns !
in the cultivation of ihU new kind of crop. J
lie has sine U.-en more s,ucce?iful and lie
in i.,n now -ik.Vi I ho ri-i.ut:itujii i.f I
having initiated an industry which Is
rapid. y leoming one of the main features
of national wealth. Ii-t year l'M tons of
Mn;ar were extorted from the iort of Mac
kay alon,-, and this year as much as 1',p
ttii will le cXortcd from the same place.
"Ihe lalsrers on the- sugar plantations are
alm'st always South .ea Islanders, calleil
there " Karnackies." They are ill lutrioUs
and sober and when well treated by con
siderate meters, are ea-ily manageable.
.NEW HAWAIIAN LITEKATUKE.
The recent visit of King Kalakaua to
Furojie Las naturally attracted new atten
tion to his Kingdom, and a number of
articles ertaiiiiiig to Hawaii have recently
appeared iu continental publications. The
French geographical weekly, L? J-Jxplom-r'.i.
has two papers: IS Arrhi.l Jlavaiin,
by II. de Iliemont, in No. SUi, and Lc
Hr Jfarai, by Ijt Jelevand in No. "11.
The Jiull'ttn of the (jeograpiiical Society,
at Antweri, contains a report by M.
Marques, on the artesian weds in the
Sandwich Islands', No. 41, page I'M, and
even the Jlolctin ds la Socicdrtrf tie Cito
fraJUt at Madrid, publi-hes an article on
Ln Iln Jlnuaii, by Jt. lieltran y Itos
pide, with a map, No. 1, page 7-j. Two
new Admiralty mat have also apjeared
this year: No. 15U: The Sandwich Isl
ands, s. Gd., and the No. 137S: Honolulu
Harlsir, Is. 'Ihe latter in the scale of
1-7'.01. The Hydrograpie office at Wash
ington has alsi recently published No. feJ7 :
Southside of Oahu.
NOTEJ AND ITEMS.
An International Inhibition will be
ojK.ne.1 at Christchurch, New Zealand, on
March IS next. A s,ecial section will be
devoted to exhibits from (ireat Britain, and
gold, silver and bronze medals are to be
a wanted. Prince Henry of Prussia will
pass the winter in Italy and Egypt on ac
count of delicate health. He will be again
accompanied by JIaron Seckendorir, his
military tutor, and Dr. liralme, both of
whom made the cruise round the world
with him. The British Jtoyal Princes
Alert Victor and (Jeorge will not return to
this couutry lefore next spring, after visit
ing Japan, China, Singapore and Ceylon.
The Queen has approved Dr. Richard
Krauel as Consul-Ueneral for Australia,
New Zealand. Tasmania and the FMI Isl
ands for the German Empire, to reside at
Germany will send out two new gun
boats of the Albatross class to tho Paci
fic next year. II. M. 8. Gannet, which
sailed from Honolulu on October 6th, for
Tahiti, is expected to arrive at Coquimbo,
about the &th of Janus y, 1SS.
Paris, December 1st, 1SS1.
CrcatlDg cabinets and starting panoramas
are the order of the day: of the latter, like
the making of books, there is no end here,
they will soon be as numerous as banks.
First-class artists commence to And paint
ing panoramas more remunerative than
landscapes, genre subjects and portraits.
Th? canvas is generally devoted to battle
scenes, and defeats rather than victories;
but then pity Is akin to love. We have the
siege of Paris; to this must be added that of
Belfort, the charge of the heavy brigade at
Iteischosffen or Wrth, and soon the strug
gle on the Champlgny plateau, indeed there
is a possibility of the battle of Montretoul
or Buzenval, where the last torrential rush
of patriotic Parisians occurred, being also
fanned. Cynics swear that the pictures are
but a combination of photography aud
Madame Tussaud ; ierhaps this is not in
correct, but the main feature for the moral
ist and speculator is that the undertaking
pays, the pictures feast the eyes and stir the
feelings, in the case of those referring to
the incidents of 170-71, the spectacle is
said to keep alive patriotism, aud the
Chamber of Horrors element to make oue
disgusted with war. But the latter Is one
of the attributes of civilized man and will
continue till the lion lies down with the
lamb without devouring it. The charge of
the Cuirassiers at Kcischoshfl'en.is extreme
ly sensational, the tqsjetator appears to as
sist at a battle without sharing its dangers.
There are the dead and dying, horses and
knapsacks ripped open, a windmill toppled
over, an old woman struck dead and still
upright as if alive, broken helmets, twisted
rifle barrels, battered musical instruments,
all the detritus of a terrible fight. It is a
mixture of the Morgue and the Luxem
bourg. There is a yt-llowish haze alout the
whole panorama that is at least not art,
though it "lay be ' ethical." After sup
ping full of horrors the orchestra endeavors
to bring you back to the piping times of
jeace by executing choice morceaux from
popular opercttes. Perhaps variations on
the Dead March might be more in season.
M. Muybridge is cutting out Tunisian
Mu-tapha Pasha as the lion of the moment,
Eye Nat are's walks, shoot folly ns it flies.
And cat 1- the maimers living ns they rise."
l.'p to the present it was generally be
lieved photography, like dentistry, could
give us nothing new, but M. Muybridge by
his instantaneous process is able to picture
the movements of a man walking, or a
hors running ami then by a rotating light
arrangement can project these movements
on a screen, horses can be made to gallop
as for the Derby; pedestrians to walk at
the rate of a mile a minute ; hare and grey
hounds hound, clowns jump through hoops
on rushing steeds; the flight of bin Is is
next down on the roster. Already we can
preserve the human voice in tin canisters
like green peas or tomatoes, and eximrt
them, similarly to electricity, and by the
pound, all that is required is to keep one
side ui with care and dry. What an advan-
t .!.. if
wm im? to nave one s sen puoto-
graphed In salad days, when a member of !
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some ".ah ,7,J " J"'Vrt: E-ats-portions of Hawaii, Maui, Kauai and Mo
or running in; or paddling your own canoe ..... , ,
or other manly sjorts. and then by turning j lokai, have all undergone more or less of denuda
a coffee mill apparatus, before a .Suan lamp ; ti m in consequence of tho destructive goat. And
aiul a winding stieet, erceive me uriii 01 j
other days pass before you. as you nurse a j
gouty limb, or practice simple auuuion
with c. alky knuckles on the mahogany
table, or if we are in the la.-t of the even
Ages, the view so charming might drive us
back to the sixth.
tStunly invalids for Nice are making Paris
a trystiug place, like swallows before wend
ing their way souinwani ; me weatner ncre
is quite summer-like, only the day winds
up with a P. S. in the form of a shower that
would not di-grace March, and a fog equal
to any ever pnxluced over a Roman marsh.
To witness Sardou's Odttte is a thing that's
got to be done before starting. The scenery
gives a foretaste of the leauty of the com
ing health fetation. Those who are really
sick unto death, ought to prefer Cannes as
the quietest place where to-- die.
The French press devote some marked
attention to the condition of Ireland, it Is a
t oirto their own domestic troubles in Al
geria and Tunisia. They do not seem to
see clearer into thv mill-tone than anyl.rxJy ;
1-m.', tUy ooncluIo, Ju1ffinjr from li'uniuii
frailty, that 4 no rent'' i- a ry more mju- ;
Iar than " r .'uol nut." while at the .ame
titn av-rriinr th motive s incai-ahle of com- i
rrthtiuliiiij i1(,v a ircDc-ral re-luetion
. . . . .. ...
rtun can inaKe tenants without tue eapttai j
rjef ary f.r cultivation, trrrst. trloriou
and free. Whol ;i!c emiirration is urred
a- the wile renudv.
j When the Workiiiir Man's Congre-- was
held la-t year at Havre, it !-p!it up into two j
parties, on,-, impracticable and jtolitical, I
the oil., r pro,V'?loiiaI. I he latter has JUr-t
VI'.-"1. -ei.n in iar s out v ar. wm e
Mnhm - wdi t.cs ha, d;si, ayed but little,
I aptness to handle the proldems of capital i
a-staiice lowar-Js a siiuhuii wouiu oe
a-rd.-J were the delegates of the Uiflerent
trades to conhne themselves to their own
Immediate pnde ions when they attempt
svin-iamii u.i-j i-j-e uiciuvi e
I form an id-a of the j!itie d situation
it is nee-isary to con-u-t. to be wed in
formed, the comical pre-. Gambettais of
course the central figure in all the cartoons.
One represents him as a cook, surmounted i
by chickens i his ministers waiting to be!
fed or truss d. Another trives the premier i
lcekoniiig a. I the jtolitical braggart, when
out of ftflicc. to come and question his joll
cy. and not te skedadling. What school
boys call ' funk" is a dominant trait on the
opiositio:i lienches of all shades. The re
publican majority, as was to be apprehend
ed. Is drifting into tadqoIe divisions which
signifies short life for ministers. Oddly
enough, the satirical journals make no al
lusions to Paul Bert, whose materialism is
considered not to be in place as minister of
Public Worship, ecclesiastics must be par
doned for feeling not quite at home when
in relations with that functionary, able
man though he be. In an allusion to the
unpopu'arity with which he is hailed, he
avers his duty simply is to Keep the clergy
within the lines of the Corcordat. and to
huul them as it were down, if they pass
outside the rojies.
The delegates for the election of the future
one-third of the senatorial candidates, point
to a triumph next January for the Repub
lic In the voting at Paris, Victor Hugo
was at the top of the poll, and his coadjutor
is also a friend and a joet to boot. The urns
revealed that one vote had been recorded
for "Tromiiette, Gambetta's famous cook,
umTalso one for Tony Revillon, that de
feated Gambctta at Belleville, proof that
the spirit of fun is not extinct with the
severity of republican institutions. "Trom
ette" has invented several valuable sauces
and is hence a benefactor of this country.
Is the military spirit in France dying out?
Two classes, numbering in all 1.7,i)00 men
become liable at present for military ser
vice; 31,00o,aii unprecedented number of
absentees have not put in an appearance to
the call, they are simply deserters, and are
liable to imprisonment, indeed they are
outlaws, as they can neither marry nor ex
ercise any civil or political rights, if not in
a position to establish they have served
their due period under the flag, and further,
any person who employs such white livered
patriots can be imprisoned for six months.
Zola has been annoyed by the natural
ism of the bailills. His mama died leav
ing a small debt unpaid. A creditor held
this claim, and threatened Zola to have his
mother's estate declared bankrupt if he did
not settle, so Zola left the dead to bury their
dead. Two boys aged 9 and 10 have been
sent to a reformatory till they be 10 ; they
placed stones on a railway near Nancy, for
a lark, to see the train running oil the
The Municipal Council of Paris is an ex
cellent business body, it becomes ridiculous
the moment it dabbles in politics. It has
approved that the Hotel de Ville, now re
built, shall be illuminated by the Suan and
other electric lamps ; that the lifts shall be
worked by electricity. To generate the
necessary currents a gas engine of 41 horse
power will drive the dynamo-magnetic ma
chine pending the Atlantic cable sends the
motive power from Niagara.
A price is set on the head of wolves and
wild boars. Cue of the latter was captured
near Etretat, when a peasant succeeded in
putting a ring in its nose, then the captive
was led by women very submissively, aided
by encouraging from behind, to the Mayor
to receive the reward; with the latter cider
and head were purchased and after the pris
oner had been crucified on a pole in the
marketplace, like a defeated Cartheginian
general, for a few hours, the animal was
roasted like a stalled ox, and served with
The theatrical world gives 011I3' the revival
ofde Musset's On nebadincjtas avccl' Amour
The extraordinary circumstance is, that de
Musset, who never wrote for the stage,
though unconsciously possessing the dra
matic faculty, should have some of his jk
etical productions arranged for the stage
and maintaining their place in the reper
toire. His charming fantasties are brilliant
dialogues, inimitable In style. Now the
latter quality is not a drawback for the
theatre, where style means simply saying
all that is to be said, and w ell.
The republicans bitterly complained of
Marshal Canrobert, of Coup d'Etat fame,
being a member of the high military board;
well, he has now been re-appointed by
Gambctta. The Marshal is an excellent
soldier ami to cast him aside would create
discontent in the army.
A lecture is announced on the "Ireligious
Malady of the I'Jth century." One financial
jourual upbrahls another with depreciating
Turkish stock. When married, the world
counts one women more and one man less.
Plague of Goats in Cyprus
CvpruJ appears to be afflicted nut only with a
plague of Iucuets, but alo with a plague of goats,
bad complaints ol the proceedings of these
animals are to be found in the correspondence
respecting the afl'.iirs of the Island just printed.
The planting the UovcrDment propose to carry
out will it is urt;ed, be quite useless unless some
means can be adopted for preventing damage by
me Cyprian goats. It would be of no avail to
replant the bare tracts, with much labour and at
great coet, if the goats arc permitted at the same
time to carry on the destruction of the wooded
districts. The number ol goats in the island is
estimated at 230,000. They carry do wool, furnish
only a bad meat, and hardly give more milk than
the sheep to which, however, they are preferred
00 account of their feeding on ligneous vegetation,
which the sheep reject. They arc fed therefore
uimost entirely at the cipene of the woods, and
not only, it is stated, docs the go.it destroy the
young Ireshly grown plants, but it browses on the
young branches of older trees. On the southern
mountains also, where the soil is loose, the goat
is accused of increasing this looseness by scramb
ling about, and thus injuring young plants, which
are drigged down and torn away by the falling of
broken stones. St. Helena, like Cyprus, has euuei
cd much from goats. The iorc?ts suddenly disap
peared between 1710 and 1720 in consequence f
the introduction of goats in 1502. When ttic
forests departed the goats received notice to quit;
but as the mischief had been done, the extermi
nation of the g-uts came too late to be of any
service. Janus Gazelle.
How truly will this description of destruction
of forest by goats on Cyprus, and St. Helena,
apply to our Hawaiian islands Kahoolawe was
mainly destroyed by goats Laoai euflcred at one
time a great loss of forest, by enormous flocks of
now we tec these destructive nnimals browsing on
the slopes of Punch Bowl, and destroying all
hopes of permanent verdure on t he picturesque
backgrounds of our fair tropical city. E. P.
IiKHTKCcnvit rvrHoox. London, December
1C. Kcports are jnst received of a terrible ty
ph'mn which visit-d the couutry around Haitaii
and Anioy. in China, raising the waters of tho
s. .1 and timing tlum inland four miles. One
town was entirely submerged and swept away,
with all its inhabitants, nuiuberiug 3,Ooo.
Ou Drci iubt r "M. ut Zanzibar, Captain Brown
rigg. of the Uritish man-of-war London, with
ten lut u in the st'-am pinnace, attempted t
catch a dhow, fljing French colors, loadi-d with
sla.H. The Arab force nested fiercely, and
Captain Itrownrigg, a seaman, a stoker, and n
KUpcrrmmt-rary were killed, and oue man was
Severely aud two slightly wounded. The dluw
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6, 7. 8 an! 9 fc t U-ngths of the Ci-l bried SMITH &
MACLEAN, Makers. Guaranteed the best article
injjxjrud here, fur which we are SOLE AGENTS.
10. 11. 12. 13 anJ 14 inch of Extra Quality, and
Superior to all other make imported.
Best, Uest Quality A Large Assortment of Sizes.
BARS STEEL, ANVILS,
VICES & SAUCEPANS.
BEST ANNEALED DRAWN
Knglisli Fence ITiTire
NOS. 4, 5 AND U.
English Portland Cement
OF THE LEADING BRANDS.
FIRE CLAY & FIRE BRICKS,
Stll'AKE AND ARCH.
16 aw Linseed Oil.
Superior White Lead and Zinc !
In Galvanized Keg, 25 and 12 1-2 lb. Kegs.
RED LEAD & BLACK PAINT
Rlue IHof tied
Double Crown Brown Soap,
25 BARS IN A BOX.
Crates of English Crockery !
A Ltirjc Atnorlniruli run!llii of
Dinner, ISreakfiut. Tea and Uensert Hets.
Toilet iVti, Plate, How It, Jugs, Cups, Sauces, c.
Casks of Very Fine Glassware !
In Lnrgr Varlrtyt EmbrnriBg,
PSerry. Purl, Hock, Liqueur and Champagne Oliiksea,
C MeU, Tumblers, Decanters. Finger Bawl,
et EuKrav-d Jugs and (Jlsie. Plates,
And Other Tine Cut and Moulded Glauses.
A Lnrgn Aaorlment of Brnuliful
AXMINISTER BRUSSELS & VELVET
CARPETS & RUGS !
Of Near and lilrg.ni I,-sigis, includirj,
STAIR & BORDER CARPETS.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OK
ZSBLlT G-OOBS !
Namelvt Linen and Cotton Wheeling and Pillow Linen, ex
tn qualities nn.l vviJttm; Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, all
size and qualiti-n, a lew extra fine, in fancy bx.t 1 i'z. each.
A BEAL'TIEfL LOT OF FINE
llftnstitflird Cambric llaudl-ortliiefs,
Lares and Insertions, Mark Beaded L'fff ,
Fancy MnIius, Fine Cloths X (.acinic res.
I.incn Drill, Timid, Dress Goods,
Italians. L'uttons, Table (overs, Ac.
Iilar.Lvt. all sizes; Woolen Shirts, In ariet);
Table (loths, Table Linen, Damask apklos,
of exceptionally Que make, a large assortment;
I Small Invoice of" CKAITIFIL SILK flUTAl.XS,
in elegant, embroidered and figured patterns, some
thing entirely new.
WIX ES and LIQUORS
In Variety. All Qualities and Brand.
Cs- McEwan'sf Ale & Stout,
IN t. CARTS ANt PINTS.
Casks YT. and A. ROSS' CF.LEBU1TF.D
Singer Ale and Aerated Waters !
For whic h e hae been apjiointed SOLE AGENTH
for the Hawaiian Islands.
350 TONS of BEST
SCOTCH SPLINT COAL!
he most Economical for Plantation use.
t Mirrlccs, Talt Watson,
500 ;al. Steam flarlOe rs, and
10 Iron Coolers,
A l.o A LARGE STOCK OF
General Merchandise !
Ou hand fnu previous Crees, all of which is
offered AT VKKX LOW RATKS- del;
GEtlM, MEEHAI1SE I
5 d v r r t r c r r.ir i . t .
'MIK HI1VOUM MN
1 IROSltK HI. l, nu.K-1 Iri
'-6 K :rI-rt
s JC C .. tf
I l.r.tM A I 1 1 1 I . K I Y. l'( !; K i
AT Til I". K T f:nr(if
A. M I-i.t.i. K l.rt ,-!-t.
HAVE TH is
All KK1 JO. I NU. m
I'l'nl I Kit
't ! T r' U0r:i.''
"UT I ON :.
my a'.'s-r.ee tr m the Kinj: ! oi
Honolulu. Vv. iu. lsl
1 iriu I
I lit: ukuv ut i
tiot tr relot;. U:e It r
Without tuy written order
OTM K I II 11 I w ;i
J. M. t WiiLK.
1M I'OKTUK AMi nCtl.KK CLOTH.
INU, Bots. Ita:. v'ap?. Jwrry. IVrturaery,
Pocket Cutlery, and -very l.-v:ritu.ij of tii-r.t't fuirerii-r
Furnishirit G -.d. jl- i' iivri' ine Call lre U.M rs
always n hnu
S. K ('! M or FlaT k Nt MkKi-HiSI STKSkTS. J M
I hereliy give iubli.- nti,-r that I NVII.L XOT W rr.
fpatiMble tj the ptiMu- when they Ni w here and j ay
ti i.ri. e-i, 1SKFOKK cailm,: at my New St.. re. loT F.Tt
Street. (t."a!i:i.birs new buii.Unh w h. re they will tin J the
l.ir;et assi.rtmetit uf Solid VN a In '.it an. I LuNV 1'KICED
Furiiiture. l'arl.ir Sets. I .on:;,.;rs. Iattra.-es. i
Pianos and Or-Tau and vi ry .It s. rij'tioti ot" Musical
merchandise. i-aiiitiii'. l'.:iravin-i, Allirotyju-a
Chrotuon, Mottoes, A;c. Picture Frames made to order.
All kind of Picture Frames aud Cornice Mouldings,
Brackets, Hat Hacks. NVhatm.ts. Music Stands, .to., at
prices hitherto unknown in Honolulu.
We aluo have the Three Leading Sewing Machines.
ST. JOHN! ST. JOHN ! ! ST. JOHN ! ! !
The only machine riiuuii: both wsys without chang
ing the direction of the work.
tiPKING FIELD ! SPUING FI I '.LP ! ! Sl'lil Nu FI KI.l ! ::
AMERICAN! AMKl'.Ii AN ! ! AMEHlt'AN ! ! !
The largest aud best assortment of goods (.ersonally
selected) for the holiday trade, 107 F'ort St., Honolulu.
4549 JAPANESE HKCOKATIVK FANS
at WELLS' Mt'SIC STOUF. lnT. 11:1, aud 11.". Fort St.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Kristiania University, Norway,
No. 12 Knkoi street. oio.-ite t lie Lrenni.
FROM TO 12 A. M AXO FROM TO
8 P.M.. KXCEI'T St'MIAVS.
D- MI Gr XX rl
J. D. LAKE'S
ItF.TilKI. STREET, NEAR KING.
MAN U FACTURE S
TABLKTS, lIUtKI.K MINTF.LS,
VASIISTAD TOPS, aud
.'lllngin White & Black Wlarblo.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT T1IF
Lowest I.ssiblo Hrite.-s
MoQuuicnts and IIeadtones Cleitnrd and Beset.
Onlers from tha other Islands promptly attemle.l tu.
jan I 81
ivr rv g xx x int x fc t
XO. 4 0 FORT STKEET,
will atten.l to all orders in the W
LOCK, tl X & f. t:F.RAL KKPAIE LIXK
n will trive special attention to cleanim;, repatrlni; and rei?
alatinif Sewiris; Machines, and all other kinds of Licht Machinery
and .Metal w orlc ot every description, ICincliBiMil faing, As
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A. Variety of Sewing- Machines,
Cons, Pistols. Shot. Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c, J,c.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
X7 Best Machine Twist. XX
eoLB aoasT is this kingdom roa
The Florence Sewing Machine, from $40 to $80.
White Sewing Muchine. from $45 to $75.
Home Shuttle riewing Machine, $H to $35.
Including all extras. jal 81
'1MIE INDKIiSK; N Kl HKliM'O INFOUM
1 hi Customers an.l the puhlic generally that
1 1 12 IlV!; IlliMOVIil")
His Business lo the
SHOPS ON QUEEN STKEET,
Adjoining II. IIACKFKLb & Co. where lir in
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cans and Dump Carts,
Also, to attend to
I SHALL ALSO KEEP A
lTiill and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnihe. Refined Bar Iron.
Norway and Swece Ir.m, Horsehoe.
Cumberland Coal, Oak. .U and Hickory Plaiks,
White WwhI. Ac , 4c
I$II UOCIv PIIICKS
All Orders FitltJ trilh Promptness and Dispatch.
1 Thatikioe the ullic Tr pat iatr.ince. I hope n A C OS
I STM' KNUKtVuR TO SATISFY MV PATKO.N S, to merit
I a continuance of the vame,
I my7 tf C . V E S T .
G. W. MACFAKLANE & Co.,
fMI'UKTEItS AMI COMMISSION MER
Robinson's Fire-proof BuiLlmji. vjen St.. Honolulu, II. I.
Tie I'uu'oa hrr. Kioch Com pan.
Th? f per.rer f'niai:,.n, Hiio,
Xae VYfc.tapu 1'lantalion.
Ila 'ii Sufar Mill.
Mirrk.s. Tait A. aton's sugar Machinery.
Jo(;i iiaj- .V C.i' Liverpool anJ London Packets,
jjnl! The ti.asj ,.! jionolulj Line of Packets. il
I JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
1K II. ESTATE HKOKKR. AM) KM
i I'l.llVME.XT UCKEil . H'jNOI.l'Ll.U I
J Kent K . ins. Cottier. Il-uwt. nl sell and lrae Real
Kt:r :o all parts o! the Kiin i .in K M PLOYM I NT found
lir Wi.e ferekicg wurk in all the various brasses of busineas
; CoiiT.-etrU ith !hee IiUult
I LKUNl. IWuioitih dr.Q. Bills Collected. Books
and AiVi un; kepi and general 8Ji- work transacted,
i PatMii .tr folHTed. .Comm'sons Mo,lerate. ap9 Sl.ly.
I'HVSICIAX AND SI I1GEON.
lVK URE ASES a !.i.cc!ty. Keaidence and ottlec
U J n; "rt Mreet and Cfiaj
lam Iwtine (Mrs. Chase's place.)
tr!ice to'ur-. 10 to li a.
an t Z to 4 r . M. oc8 3m
Medical & Surgical Nurse
Graduate of Kings College Hospital. Loudon, England.
Royal Lying-in Hoapital. Edinburgh, Scotland
HESUENCE I'AlOt VALLEY KUlU, near
"AJ !re care General Poi Office. ocl 5,3m
MRS. J. SIMMONS,
. TEACHER OF
llll ll lSTIDIT:U MUSIC.
No. 31 Beretania Street-
HOTEL k t'VO.V STREETS.
HOICK MEATS FROM TIIK FINEST
Herds. Kish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c. furnished to
Order. Shipping supplied u ahort notice. jan 1 81
JEZ. jZl. JEZ.
H. M. MOORE,
AND DEALER IN
STATIONERY. CIGARS. TOBACCO, fcC.
123 FORT STREET.
New Boot & Shoe Store !
UV THE i:OKRSIOXEO.
Sin ol the Oolclcii Boot
A I Xt. 144 Fort Strrrl, appoailr lhe
Just received a well selected assortment of Ladies', Gents'
Boots;, Shoes and Slippers !
New stylea. fine workmaunhip, at prices thai defy
competition. He also manufactures
Dress Boots, Riding Boots, "Water-Proof
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters in the
Littlira Lrnther Weitr, n Speciality.
Repairing done at lowest rates. Good workmanship guaran
teed All orders faithfully executed.
Pls-nao Glrr M n C'
A New Departure t
r'IIK I NOKRMGNKO BEGS TO INFORM
his Friends and Patrons, that he has vacated hi old
premises on Fort street. Dear 1
moved to a
,ucas' Planing Mill, and has re-
Large and Commodious Premises
Especially built for him,
O ii Iv ilanea Street !
Hack of the Chinese Theatre, and next to Laine'a
Warehouse, where he has eery facilities to
Carry on liis Business
Boat Building and Repairing!
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Vny TiTincl of Boixt
MADE TO OEDER ON SHORT NOTICK.
Repairing Promptly Attended to,
At Moderate Rate. Thorough Workmanship Guaranteed.
c" H. B. RYAN.
HS KINti STKEET, OVER LYNCU'S 8II0K STORE.
SPECIFICATIONS DRAWN UP!
Mrehnaienl and Sutreror's DrnughN
ing Dour, aid Pinna Canal rwr led
from Flrltl Xlra.
IBKXCII, ITALIA.V, GKR.IIl.V, SPJLMSU,
PORTICIESE AM) CU1VESE.
TAittei's and DocumentH
Written in the above language.
XT A LL TRANSLATIONS GUARANTEED.
Iitnd ItccordH Hearelicd nntl
ii'.12 IeiinicMitH ll!tclHt erod. (3m
At 27 Hcrclismt Street.
J. II. BLACK-
-II. T. liF.V.VOLDS.
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Meerschaum Pipes, Briar-wood Pipes,
Clay Pipes, Yacht Pipes, Billiard
Pipes, Cherry Stems, Amber
Rubber Mouthpieces, Tobacco Pouches,
Havanna and Manila,
Cigar Holders (Meerschaum), Cigarettes,
A large variety of Match Boxes, Universal
Lighters, Tobacco Boxes, Tooth-picks,
Canes, Tobacco Cutters,
&c-, &c-, &c
FLOWER FINE CUT CHEWING TO
BACCO, & ALL VARIETIES OF
: 'if' Tlie above are all MM GOODS, and having
b?tD biiaht fur CASH, are offered for sale at tbe
LOWm" POSSIBLE IICIKE.
JAS. G. HAYSELDEN,
ARCHITECT Si BUILDER,
IIOOI-UI-.U, II. i.
Detail Drawings !
Made on applicatU o and at .brl tio ice.
Eslimates Given on all Work
Coniieole.1 ith the
Whether it h ui
IRON. STONE, BRICK. CONCRETE.
BRIDGE OR WOOD WORK.
Wlit isit any part ot Ihe other IslaiU lo KMIM TK
anJ MUW FLAN!" for proposed
Mill Vorks, Bridges or Residences
.VHiiciiof ot OU RuiUw SprciaHg.
First Class Work Guaranteed
CI1AHGKS MODKKATK !
A DDKa-iV : JAS. tJ. II VKU)KX,
care of Archltwt Jk builder,
8 O Wtupaa Co.. Honolulu. H. I. n"'JL?
TO THE PUBLIC
tare IIAVK HKCKMI.V TIIK
V premise at No. 1 S Nouanu street. iineiidlii to carry
on busluesa as
PLUMBERS, GAS FITTERS
Our Ion experience aa MKCII A N ICS warrants us In sa.
Ing that our new eoture will meet a want long fi ll In this
All Orders we may be Favored With,
Attended to under our own l'ersonal
And executed In a thorough. roni-lenl and woiamanlik
Banner, on Ihe moat approved fanitary principle.
BY STRICT APPLICATION to BUSINESS
WE TRl'r Tf MKK1T A
SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE !
Aod we shall at all times endeavor to s;ie our I'airon
the utmost saliafacl ion. both in erleciioii ol
Work and Moderate Chaige.
Houao i Slilp Jo1o Wo
BATUS, WATF.R CLOSETS, WASH B I.S, l it.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Fpecial Attention gieo to the titling up of the ttPBINQ
FIKLD OAS MAClllNK.
UROWX fc IMIII.I.II'S.
Plumbers, Uas Kilter and CopH-rsniith.
Opposite P. T, Lenebsn A Co.. No. 18 Nuuanu w. d"3
DESHECTfUIXY INPflltM TIIK I'UII
XV LIC that they have purchased the Kutalili.hmenl
ISTO. 127 FORT ST.,
S. D. Burrows' Planing Mill
And are now prepared to iarry on toe liusiness of
Coiilrai-tor A:. HSuiltlcrM
Under the corpuialtve nanie of
127 I'ORT.dT., IIONOI.III.IT.
And that hy strict attention to liusiness they will lie war
ranted lu reducing piices to a slandaid that will make it au
Inducement for all parties wishing any work in their line tu
give them a call, and they will un their let endeavors to itivo
Planing, Shaping, Torolu?,
Band and Srrttll Sawing,
lloort, Sash, Blinds,
Door aod Window Frames,
Bracket, Ballustrrg, Stairs, F.lf.,
Made tit Order
MOTTIIHIsTGrS te KINItSlI
AI.VVAYr) ON HAND.
07 All orders filled on short notice, and Jnldiinj? promptly
Moulding made to any pattern without extra charge for
PRICE OF MACHINE WORK, $1.00 TO
$1.50 PER HOUR.
I f Order from the other Inlands promptly filled. Plana
and specification furninhed to order.
C. J. IIAKDKC.
II. F. HKKTKIiM A X.
TIIK PACIFIC lOMMKHCUL
BOOK AND JOB
No. 23 Merchant Street,
In Acknowltiljfd to Possess the Uest Assort
ment of Hook ami
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Office in the Xinditich Islands,
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTERS OP. ANY SIZK!
KITH Kit IN
PLAIN OR KANUYroLoli.
A L S O
Taa Lists, Leases,
Bhr-p llilis, t'ireuMrr
Ti K W K PA P K It K, II , I, . I l: A w
Kali Car ls.
Concert Bills, nunk N.evs
Road Notices, li.lls Lading,
. cIhm.I ttepi,rts, prie, , Current
. . Wedding; Cards.
Ministerial Reports, Pamphlets, Bookf,
Tax Hills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Ticket, Festival Ticket.
Hteamboat Tickets, Kcur.Ion Tickets,
Deposit Checks. Shipping Receipt.
Insurance Polieie. Certificates of Depa.tr,
CertlBcate of Ktuck, Bill, of Kxclj,uK.
Tags o every atyle.
Apothecarie' Label,, order- of Kaercses,
Reward, of Merit, Utter Heading.,
Kill ol Fare, Show Card. !
Win Ample Materials of Newest Style
FA?T .'BK8SKS. AND OOOD WORKilKN.
We nevevfailin yivln.j satisfaction to our rtr,.n.
NO. 23 MERCHANT STREET
P. C. ADVERTISER CO.