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Oceanic Stmslip Coin cft fIOM
.X TIBIK TAKliK:
FIFTY MILLIONS INVOLVED.
From San Francisoo.
Lcavo Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Alnmcdii Doc 13 Deo 20
For San Francisco.
Lcivvo Duo at
Mariposa. ...... .Nov 20 ... . Dec 1!1
Zouliiiidia Dec 2i.... Jtm 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. I Leave Honolulu
Friday. . .Dec. 5 Friday. . .Dec 18
Australian Mall Service
KOK SAN FKANC1NCO,
The New mid Fine Al Steel Stunmshlp
Of the Ocean lu Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13. 1890.
Ami will leave for the above port with
mails and piissuugeis on oi
about that date.
SQjT For freight or passage, having
swpeiior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamsln
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have prompt dUpatch with
mails and passengers for
the above polls.
JST For freight or passage, having
Mipciim' accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IKWTN
& CO.. L'd,
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
cnAiRs uv k iwr.
All oiders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
SSf Oi'i'iCE: Next door to .las. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 -QSflTELEPHONESjjgr Roll 414
K1 KINO .-.'I'UKKT
6. J. WALLER, - - Manager
Wholesale & Botail Butcher.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
linn niiiinnd to lllil Foil ulii'id,
The ii'hhleiicofniiiii'ily ot'i'iipluil by l)r,
Oi.h'i mil be left at II, II, IIIIiiiiik'
Cabinet Wiui'liiiiin', fi Foil Much
IIiiwhIIiiU Nmy i'o.'k .MiinIc KIommu'
mi my iijsldumi', urn i'mi Mud
14; aii uiut'i pmuipliy utieiiucu iu,
The Heir of Hubert Miirrln tn Sue for n
Vast Trucl ol Lund In Now Yurie,
A largo number of tho heirs of Robert
Morris, tho millionaire pt tho Involu
tion and Washington's financial iigeut
during the darkest struggle for Ameri
can independence, havo decided to bring
nn action for tho lecovery of a large
tract of land In the western counties of
New York, said to cmbrnco 1,1204,000
ncres, and estimated to bo worth some
thing liko $-50,000,000. Tho heirs reside
in New York, Pennsylvania aud Ohio,
and it Is the descendants in tho lottei
stnto that havo taken tho inltlativo in an
effort to recover property of which tlioy
beliovo tho great patriot won fraudulent
ly dispossessed, and to which thoy be
lieve they havo a valid claim as Ids heirs.
Tho history of Robert Moms' land
purchases in western New York is the
history of tho early civilization and set
tlement of tlio counties of Niagara, Erio,
Chautauqua, Catlaruugus, Allegheny,
Wyoming, Genesee, and Orleans, and
will bring the investigation of the claims
back to the period immediately succeed
ing the revolution. Tho end of tho con
test for independence left Itobeit Morris
in the possession of vast wealth. In
May, 1791, Mr. Morris acquired tho pre
emption right of Massachusetts to all
tho territory west of tho Phelps and
Gorhain purchase in Now York, which
was afterward designated tho Holland
purchase and the Morns reserve.
Mr. Morris subsequently extinguished
tho title that the Indians of tho bix na
tions had iu the lands by paying tiieni
$ 105,000. In 1702 lie sold to the Hollaud
company 3,000,000 acres in tho counties
named, reserving for himself n tract of
500,000 acres lying botween tho Phelps
and Gorham purchaso-and tho lands of
tho Holland company. Mr. Morris se
cured tho Indian titlo to these lands at a
council of tho natives held at tho "Big
Tree," which is now in , the heart of
Genesee. On n satisfactory treaty being
signed.and tho payment mado to tho In
dians, Mr. Morris began to put his re
servo 500,000 acres on tho market.
The Phelps and Gorham purchase
consisted of 5,000,000 acres of land that
had been ceded to Massachusetts by
New York, aud about the same time
that Mr. Morris made his purchaso Ol
iver Phelps und Nathaniel Gorham
bought this immenso tract for $1,000,000.
They, too, put their laud upon tho mar
ket, and of this tract Robert Morris pur
chased at eightpenco an aero n tract ad
joining his own, comprising 1,20-1,000
acres. This is tho land in question in
tho proceedings about to bo instituted
by the Morris heirs. To Wilhelm and
Jan Willink aud others interested in the
Holland company Mr. Morris mortgaged
tho tract of 1,301,000 acres when ill
fortune overtook him, and when for a
long timo ho was confined in a debtor's
Tho Willinks and their associates of
tho Hollaud company took advantage of
tho straits to which tho speculation had
reduced Mr. Morris, and by tho fore
closure of tho mortgage acquired lull
titlo to tho land, had it surveyed and
opened a land offlco for its sale at Bata
via, with Charles Ellicott as their resi
dent manager. Tho greater part of this
domain was 6old up to 1805 to bona fide
purchasers and settlers, and the affairs
of tho Holland company wore wound up
by tho Farmers' Loan and Trust compa
ny of Buffalo in 1845. Chicago Herald.
How Ho Knciv.
"Perhaps," said a business flian, "there
are a good many of us who believo that
all the world ha3 absolute confidence in
our honesty. But there aro so many
schemes creditors havo for keeping an
eyo on debtors that the honest men aro
watched as carefully as tho dishonest
ones. When I went to Europe last sum
mer I owed my tailor two or threo hun
dred dollars, I suppose.
"When I returned I went around to
him to order my fall clothes.
" 'How do you do, Mr. L ? said ho.
'How did you enjoy your trip to Eu
rope? "Now I had gone away quietly and
had returned no less quietly. Not a
dozen of my friends know when I started
or when I got back.
'Europe? I said. 'What 'do you
mean?' and I looked at him banteringly.
" 'Why,' said ho, 'Imean your last trip.
I seo that you returned only last week.'
" 'Where did you seo it?' I asked.
"Ho stopped for a, moment and looked
" 'Como now,' I 6aid, 'how did you
know I had gone to Europo or that I had
" 'To tell you the truth, Mr. L , he
answered, wo know about every move
ment of thoso who owe us money. Wo
receivo weekly reports from an agency,
and you will find that many other busi
ness houses know as much about their
customers."' Now York Tribune.
Tho Cowboy's Attire.
I was standing talking to a gentleman
hero in Utopia one day who was just
from tho States, when u, cowboy passed,
going on a gallop through tho village.
Ho had on leggins, jacket, spurs and
wido hat. "Ho is a cowboy, I suppose,''
remarked tho mun. "Yes," I replied.
"Now, don't ho feel big," ho continued,
"with all that rigging on?" "No, sir," 1
answered, "ho does not. That is the
only kind of a rig ho cun successfully
run cattle in, and ho is not awuro that
jio is exciting any especial attention.
Thoso strong leggins and jackot protect
him from tho thorns aud brush through
which ho sometimes has to run at full
epeed to head off a wild steer. Thoso
largo spursaro tomuko his pony go quick
when ho goes to ropo an luiimal. That
wide brimmed hat is to protect his face
from tho burning sun in this southern
climate. That cowboy belongs to tho
church and Sunday you may seo him iu
the congregation, uresfced up as neat as
a pin, and likely teaching a class in tho
Sunday school," Galveston News.
Capt, Taylor of thu ordnance depart
ment, Iu charge of supplies to tho militia,
in IiIh annual report nlrongly urges tho
pending hill to promote the eillclttiioy of
tho militia. Ifo wiyn stop hIioiiM he
taken to encourage tho formation of
cavalry organization in the militia,
Tlio mirfiico iiiul elevated roads of Now
York rlty carried .l8,0li!l,20(l piibsmigern
who paid h unit fan dining thu year
itiidiug last Jiiiin. OflhitMi nearly ll)0,
000,000 wore mi i Ii'il by tu ulovalH
rondti. Tho gro eiiniliiH of thu ruadi
Wl)!M?W,Ui,lUl and t"u uliwuwi f l,
ii at .ill rimif I ir. ti m iiii i mma .iir I
Peter Jackson has sailed for America.
Now York state is enjoying a cold
Sovcro frost and heavy snow prevail
The 8-year-old stallion Alio Wilkes
was recently sold for 4.30,000.
Bubear defeutod Miilterson in a scull
ing race at Sydney, Australia.
The population of tho United States
is 02,022,250 by tho correct count.
B. K. Brockington, merchant at Hills
borough, Tex., has assigned with $98,000
Tho Candian Pacific railroad is project
ing to build a lino from Montreal to
Balfour 1ms introduced his Irish land
bill In Parliament, Tho government's
policy is tho samo as in 1880.
Lena Hollander, n domestic nt Pluo
nix, A. T., attempted to kiudlo a firo
with coal oil and was burned to death.
The British ship Falcon, New York to
Glasgow, was lost at sen. Tho crew was
brought to Philadelphia by the steam
Tho Canadian government intends to
establish commercial agencies in Central
and South America for tho purpose of
cultivating leciprocal trade.
Tho body of a priest was disinterred at
Newark, N. J., and found to bo petrified
from tho neck to tho knees. Tho body
had been interred nine years.
Henry Georgo has returned to Now
York from a tour through tho South.
Ho says that Cleveland is tho popular
choice for the next president.
F. J. Kyle, who claims to bo tho head
of Kyle & Co., fruit jobbers of Chicago,
has been arrested at San Diego charged
with negotiating u bogus draft.
A man who claims to bo Henry Eld
ers, tho eldest son of Lord Elders of tho
Strand, London, is in jail at Trenton,
N. J. , for passing bogus checks.
Franco has tho largest public debt iu
tho world. It is estimated at 80.800,
818,501 francs nominal capital and 22,
824,043,001) francs actual capital.
Henry Spiker, cashier of tho St. Louis
Tribune, eloped with Mrs. Odoll, a wid
ow, and took 80,000 belonging to tho
paper. Ho recently sent his wife to Eu
ropo on a visit.
Dr. Koch has refused to supply two
physicians, Drs, Levy and Dengal, with
any more lymrdi, because they charged
a 'patient 500 marks tor a single in
jection of 'the fluid.
The leport of Attorney General John
son of California has been submitted to
the governor. Among other things, tho
attorney general suggests a revision of
tho school and election laws.
Father Hyacintho of Paris advocated
that priests should bo allowed to wed, in
a sermon on the church and state. Ho
stated that his marriage had been most
happy in its results to himself.
Lady Coniipinnrn was granted a di
vorce from her husband in Loudon on
the ground of adultery. There was no
defense, and the scandal mongers wero
cheated out of a dainty morsel.
A betrothol is being arranged between
10-year-old Queen Wilhelmina of Hol
land and tho hereditary Prince of Nas
sau. William, heir to tho duchy of Lux
embourg, who is now 88 years old.
The steamboat T. P. Leathers was
burned on the Mississippi near Fort
Adams. The chambermaid and four
roustabouts, all colored, wero lost. Tho
boat and cargo of cotton nre a total loss.
The French customs authorities re
fused to admit the vial of lymph sent
by Dr. Koch to Pasteur, on tho ground
that unpoitation of medicines tho con
tents of which aro not known is against
At Eastorn Park, Brooklyn, 30,000 peo
ple witnessed tho football game between
Yale and Prince colleges. During tho
game one of tho grand stands collapsed
with 2,000 people. Between fifty and
sixty people were seriously injured.
In his letter of resignation President
Adams of the Union Pacific railroad
made some very caustic statements re
garding the lato railroad deal. Gould has
taken Adams to task, calling him a the
orist and saying the his responsible for
the lack of dividends on Union Pacific
George Weston and his wife of Atchi
son, Kas., tought over domestic affairs.
Weston used a hammer and his wife
Used a hatchet, with which they rained
blows upon each other's heads and shoul
ders. The wifo is dead and Weston can
A ukase has been issued from St. Pet
ersburg ordering that henceforth no He
brow shall bo permitted to enter tho
Gieek church unless his wifo, children,
brothers and parents do tho same. This
is to stop tho Jews from sacrificing one
member of their family to the Russian
church, thus securing a right to earn a
livlihood for all.
John It. Cox, aged 78, nn eccentric
character of Baltimore, is dead. Ho
was very wealthy and his object in lifo
was to supply everybody who was sick
with medicine. He suggested to Gen.
Garfield's physicians that thoy put an
onion poultice on the soles of tho dying
president's feet to draw tho poison out
of liis system.
Tho German government has invited
Surgeon General Hamilton of the United
States army to send over ono of his stall
to learn Dr. Koch's treatment for con
sumption, Dr. Hamilton sent a man
this week. Ho thinks that no lymph
will bo sent to this country, as it will
lose its efficiency iu transportation, but
tho formula will soon bo given out and
it can bo mado here.
James B, Robb, oiui tho older pioneers
of Oregon, is dead, Ho was tho business
partner of Governor Abernethy, first
piovisional governor of Oregon, and ac
fptiied great wealth but lost it through
thefailurnof tho Him. Ho built tho
first Methodist chinch in tho state at
Oregon City. His death leaves Capt.
Crawfoid und F. X. Matthieti tho only
remaining ones of the vast immigration
of J 842. Mr. Hold) was aged 74.
Fourteen thousand and soveuty-two
postmasters havo lieon removed dining
tho past two yearn aud 20,0:10 appoluted
iu tho Haiuu time,
Tho executive departments, thohenato
mil the house and tho postolllro at
Wiwhliijjou aio to Ui connected by
Yuen Ken, u Chinese grocer Iu Now
York city, has dlHiippenrt'd with flf.oot)
which was ilepiiHltml with hint by IiIh
A New York .iliwii ii a liu HUi'ciwIuly
iniiiKj .urn i i ii tii.ii.i of a cat ui- a
' i t1' !!g. M,.,k "mV (.,m "IwH"" iU1
1 1 U nU(4 Ut Uumw bvliiK.
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BAN FRANCISCO, Dec, 1 151
Orrnl, ltr. '
WHEAT While. (hippinjr, .XV cits No,i
do, $l.X( loniT prmlc proimrtlonnlrlv lc:
No. 1 Bomim, i :(ll Sl'v. iilllllii, ll.3X8tf.-IO.
llAlll.KY-lVcd, M7(i(l.ra' V fit! "C
brenlnj, $l..1sH M'; Clicvnllur, 1.IV1.C0, ni
OATS - Hood to eliolco while feed, Jt.Wi
1.R7W ell; oilier qlinlltle, 1.72'43-t-C7Si
eliolco intllliiR, l.01i mirprUo, I.S"'S(iJt.925l
gwy.ll.Ti'tdll.lO; bluet, N.m&ilO.
COKN-Lnntii Yellow, 1.)"H V t'l Bn,ttU '"i
Il.ttJVi', lnrno uliHc,$l.8i'sffll.lO.
UEANR Veil, $2'KKrtfl.0U ctl! pink, $2.1001
2.35; lliio, $l.KM10s 1,,Bl1 white, t2.5H2.(Vi,
liutler, $2.7."i.1.O0; ml, ti.fi.-KSAio; Lima, $.1.(0
BKKIlS-JtURtiml, jellow, UniSe V ""! do
trowii,$2.W3.00! rnpe, 2.7XMtX: liomp, i'i)
4e Id; cannry, HVSIe; llnxseid, 2b(&2'ia'i
HAY Wild oat, $10 001IV) 'tf ton: wlicnt,
$12.P018..pi0; wheat mid ont, JIO.WKfttt.Ws elover,
M00ul.Mi; bnrloy, $MXV$l.".3o; burlcy nwl ont,
$9.0001 l.oOi slock, $Vi010."0; comprised lmy,
$9.00Mll 8.00J nlfftlfn, $12(313.
BTHAW HuotnMc nt f OTtSOu V bnle.
HOPS From 30 IUoH lb for now crop.
RYll-Xrom $1.32!$1.3' V ctl us to ciunllty.
D1UEI) Pi: S-Nllcx, $1.Coe1.70 ! ell; Uluok
eye, nomliinl; Trcen, $2.riO1.7.
UUUKWHKAT From $2.102.20 V ctl.
nUANrrom $21.505422 00 Irt ton. '
MIUI1LINOS From $20.OO&'-7-00 ft loll.
UKOU.N'I) l.VHLr.Y-rrom$12.ttKiVrU0 V ton.
IlOLl.KU liAlll.KV-trom .i2.Kit,i.i.&o tf ton
CHOPl'Kl) rt:i:i)-From $27..W((2S.W ton.
KEHU (JOHN M!:.VIi-Frnm$J1.MK4U.mtoii.
(JltAOKKl) OOKX At$31.00'fW2 00V ttm.
OILCAKE MKAI-At$2I.OU23.00 1 toll from
FLOUR Family octroi al $l.40l.5O ft bbl,
net cash; bakers' extra, $l.lol.2o; superfine,
VARIOUS In 10-lb sks; cracked wlieat, :ie
lb; ru Hour, itjjfe; rje meal, 3c; bticklioU
Hour, 6u; I'ornnual, lfibWlie; oatmeal, 4)0! oat
groalK, tios hominy, l!;e: rlco flour, 10c; iurlna,
5c; pearl barley, 4,'iV; split poa,(yo.
ONION'S Slhcrsklns $.t.003.2 ft ctl on tlio
wliari; red, $2.2382.7); Oregon, $2.15g2.23.
rOTA10ES-W(J7'e ctl on the wlmrl for
Enrlv Rose In ski; River Red, 8."ic$l: Pcerlcks,
C0c(W; BiirlmnkR, ms."jeforrhcrnnd90eM.10
for loinalc, and ?1.2'1.3'i for Salinas; Jersey
Blue,$1.00l.l."; Unmet Chile, $1.00Q1.0o; sweet,
VARIOUS (Juoumberi, ."V37,'io; garlic, 810e
It,; green pepper, "-XJtoOa liox for Chile,
and75e(?$1.00 for liell; tomatoes 2X."i0e; egg
plant, 50e; summer hquali, small, $1.U0$1.2;
do large. Me; marrow fat squash, 10.0012.00 ty
ton on wharf; puinpklus, $l2.eoctr.oo
l'rnllB mill Nuts. L
DOMESTIC rilUllS-Pearo, 75o$I.50; apples,
coiniuon, 40Wi5o 'ft box; good to eholce, 7."icfit$l;
red, $l.2Vai.") Table (1 rapes l&MlOc i bo
some-lnney higher. Wine grapes, $J 0O.iJ$12.00
)) ton. Huekleberrles MJGe; strawberrlo-,$i ii
lOOOftchest; raspljerrles, $10 O0H 00; quinces,
CRANltEHIUES-Capo Cod, $10 5011.D0 V
bbl; Wisconsin, $)00W10.
CITRUS FRUllS, i:rC-Mclenn Llino-, $1,00
1 W V bx. lemons Sicily, $.v0O.S.M ' bo;
California Lcinoin,, $2 U0M 100; Ilaunims )l,'n
3 00 ft bmioh; Me.leau Pineapples $l.lW(Vf, 00 I
do?; .Mexican Oranges $2.2.Yij2.?iO ft box.
DRIED FRUITS New crop; bun-dried Apri
cots, 810o ft lb for sks; bleached, 12;J17e,
apples, sun-dried, qtrs, 7(gbc; sliced, K'Jo;
evaporated, 10ffi)12Jie. Ncctarlnos While, nom
inal; red, 1012;pltled plums ll12Ko; Qalifor
nia prune", Sfeloo; blenched pears, 'b12e;
Smrna figs, ITCqiISo.
Raisins London Uyora, $l,7i2 00 ft box;
NUTS-llrazll, W20U ft lb; Almonds, soft,
14015c; do Hard Shell, 6r.c; do Paper Shell,
1017c; Walnuts California, HOftthell 12!; pa
per shell, l'KgSIc; hard shell, 10llc; l'tcans,
ia15c; California Peanuts, iiMa Filberts
12J13a; I'lueuuts, llHc; California Italian
Chestnuts, 1215c; Eastern Chestnuts, 15l(le;
Cocoauuts, $i.5CK35.00 ft 100.
Dairy l'roduco nnd Honey.
BUTTER Tresh Roll Fancy, KsfiJlOc ft lb;
good to choice, SlBSile; common to food, 2-XgiJOe.
pickled roll, S.! l2,Te; Cnllfoinlakeg, fancy, 25
27c; good to Choice, 202-2Jjo; Eastern cream
cr,27Q2.SJJe. CHEESE California, fancy new, 12Jl'liu
ft tb; do, old, lOJille; other qualities K&W
Young America, IJJJQl.lJJe; Xew York cream,
EGGS California choice ranch, 4r.'i4o4'J ft du;
store, common, 37JWI2e; good lu choice, 38
45c; Eastern, fieuh, 2127J;e; cold ftoruge, 1H$
HONEY Wholesale rales: New Extracteil
Clear while, fiUo ft lb; amber, IJjJie;
Comb White, 1231 ;o for 1-11, frames and ll(ij
BELSWAX Quotable at 22'23e ft lb.
1'oullr anil nniiie.
POULTRY California lions, $1 JIViiG.OOft doz,
broilers, $I..X)100 for largo and $: 001 no for
Finall; roosters, old, $".fi0C5."i 50; do jouug, $00
CaOOO; geese, pair, $1.50.2.00: ducks, $1 0Jii 00
ft dozen for old and $I..".Ug " 60 for young.
Lire turkeys, 14(al5o ft tb for hens and 15lCo
GAME Quail, 7'iC(?JI.2" ft do?; enison, m
10c ft lb; hare, $1.2.V$t.liO ft doz; rabbits, $1.2
liO; w lid doves, MQiee; pigeons, $1.7o('i2.2.') for
joung and $l.(xi1.2'i foi old; teal ducks, 11,00(3)
1.23 ftdo.; widgeon, $l,2"i; Final), T.'ic'dfl.lKJ, Mal
lard, $,IOfg,l,00; Sprig, $1.7.V1 2.2.1; common snipe;
60c; English do, $1.50; gray gtete, $2.50; white
CURED MEATS Hams Eastorn, inllic
ft lb; California Refrigerator Cured, LU'fj)ia;ji),
A-l-C.H'c; California Salt, UJrt8l2l-tfo.
Bacon Eastern Breakfast, umi l)e ft lb; Call
foinla Smoked, hemy and mcilium, WojIOc;
Light, UXfilUit; Eitra. U(iU,iu; Clear Sides,
l'orlc Extra Prime, $1."),0O54ri.ri0ft bbl; Prlmo
Mess, $ll'..(K)ir..5i); Mess $17.00(317.51); Extra
Clear, $l!.OJril'J.50, Clear, $15010.00; Pigs'
Feet, $13 50fi.fl 1.00.
Beof Mess, $7.5orS 00 ft bid; Extra Mens, $3. jj
0.00; Family, $11.50(iU.O0; California Smoked,
HMl-'e ft lb.
Lard California, Sil0o ft lb for tlorcos; 10-lb
tins, 10ffl;l0Vc; fi-lti, lOJio; kegs, 0!iOJio; 10-lb
palls, 10,'fc; fi-lb, lie; 3-tti, lljc. Eastorn, com
pound, 7ith)ii for Uer03s; 10-lb tins, Vtffyia.
&-lb, 'Ml&'JW, 3-lb, uJiSaJiiO.
Stamuoul's lecord is now 2:11.
James Stockton and wife were separ
ated by tlio Johnstown, Pn., flood. Thoy
have just lieeu 10-united, nnd uro liuppy,
Thoy wero married one week, when tho
great flood heparated them,
Secretary of tho Treasury Windom, in
his annual report, does not recommend
any plan tor increasing thevolumo of tho
currency. The president favors tho bec
retaiy's scheme of interconvertible bonds
but thinks it better to leave tho subject
untouched for tlio presont and lot con
giess discover for itself tho need for,
Tho annual report of tho Secretury of
tho lutoi ior comprises 127 piiuled pages,
and gives an interesting siinunary ot tho
woik dono by the various bureaus of tho
depaitineut during tho fiscal year. It
states tliut tho vacant lands of tho United
States, oxcltiblvo of thoso in Alaska, at
piesont extend over 58(1,210.81)1 acres, of
which 282,772, l!H) aro nlieady surveyed,
Alaska contains f77,!)0() square miles, or
UUU.WJ.dOO acres, of which not moro than
1,000 acres havo been entered. Tho ag
gregate leaches 055,740,1(11 acres. In
California there aro f;j,22,718 acres of
vacant jmblio lands, of whiulj 118,750,511!
acres havo been surveyed,
One bundled and titty oinployesin llw
Union racillo ni.iehiiio shops at Oiuaha
have been dlsehargod, rjiinilar redue
Hoiih will ho iiiiulo in tho shops all along
Ecuador now has 1177 schools for pri
mary inbt ruction, ol which Hlil belong to
the uiuiili'lpMlilieti, ill to bcuiivolunl so
(ilntios, and tlioiiiiiiaiiider to private lu
divldunlH. S'oik law lwioii liugiin on tho llgiwt
hotel in ih wm Id iu Now York. It U
being liuili h Williaiu Wnhloil Alor.
j It will lw wyeiitouuuUiiltaWuU. wia will
If M LIW IWIW llHailll
rKO.l thlM dale Mr. Win. Tdslunan
t. will sltjn our lit in nanichypto
O V. MACKAllLANK & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25. 1800. 71!) tf
THOVX Leghorn Cocke
1 relfnrin.e. mmrnnteeil
thorouglihied. Address "Ha
waiian Otrleh Kami," Ka
plolanl Viuki Mutual Tole-
rTMlK ICiiplolanl Miiternlty Home has
1 two looms toairoiiunoihito imylng
patients. Ladles or nioile.tato means
who wish tosceuio a honie on reason
able tonus, before and -during the time
of thulr eonllneinont, hero the bet of
food attcudaneo, nursing and medical
"kill will lio provided, will please apply
aLthe Homo to Mrs. .1. S. Lemon, the
matron, who will attend to adinltttinco,
give terms or other Infoiination re
quired. Honolulu, Oct. 4, 1SD0. r,75 Urn
JUST IIKOE1VED I
DlHECTfroin Kgypt. a eons,lgiuueiit
of Dtiheo,' Coiissl it Co. 's Hen
nine Kgypthm Clgnrettes. Hindu fnuii
tho choicest TniUsli lobaceos. The
above brand l tho elgaietto ofKuropo
mill the Continent. Try a sample.
Wholesale in tiers Illicit. Kor ealo at
California l-'iiut Maiket.
1 G. UAMAKINOS.
AgeuLfor tho Hawaiian Islands.
a rpil AT Tract of Land sltuat
rV'itsj 1 ill ill. Piilfilri Vnlloe. om
uQl'-&ZSk Pf,,lQlutlllir nf 17fl nm-oc i,iiiii,
or less until r"oently under lease to the
Into IMiilllp Milton, and belonging to
tho estate of Cho. Long, deceased. A
lease for a term ot ye.irs will he given,
a well as immediate possession if de
sired. The land is Mibstanllally fenced.
Kor paltlu bus, apply to
K. A.SCHAK Kit,
Or J. V. Colburn.
Honolahi, Dee. !), 1R!I0. 7;il 2v
N'OTlCli; to All'1!! LTliCTS !
Gt ROUND and Novation 1 Inns for a
T Sailois' llonie Uullding lo bo
eteeted on tho ilo S E. coiner of Ala
l;ea and Halokauila streets, 1!W ft. on
Alakeastioi't, and !)0 ft. fi outage res
pectively, aio asked foi, lo be handed
in lo the undersigned on or beloro Keb-i-uary
Apileof S200 will lie awaided for
tho best pl.m and a prl.o of 850 for the
second hesL plan siibinltled. ca.tU'-
tSf Kor pailiculars apply to
1 A. SUIlAKKJiK,
S. M. DA.MON,
72(1 td Committee.
T.L elaimanls lo lots in I:i)iolaui
l'nik. situate helweeu the points
below spcclllei. iiiehi'iobv leipiested to
exliibit their leases or evidences of such
ownership, to (he miilcrtsiguuil at once,
iu Older to prevent the disposal of Said
lots to present applicants, vi.:
1st- Situate on nriuka main avuiitte be
tween Hie piomt-es oceupii d liy .las.
Dodd and the piopeily and iiome
sleatl of .lanirs ('iiiiipliell. Niliu
l)ui ed on l'atk map from G" to 8!)
2il Situate on in.ik.ii main avenue be
tween tho premises and homestead
fonnerly occupied bv U. V. Mac
farlaue and Hie property of . fames
('uuiphell. Xuiuhercd on l'atk m,i.
from !I(J to Kill Inclusive.
I5y onler ofjhe Do.ud of Directois.
Sec'y Kapitilaui I'aik Asso.
Krom and aftei this date we
will not be rcspon-ible for any
fi eight after same has been
lauded. Tallies to whom
fi eight is consigned must beat
the landing to icceive their
YVI Limit's.-, S. Co.
Honolulu. Sept. j, imi'o. 1150 tf
Hnrtford Fire Iniuranee Co.
assets, 6, 288.001
Anglo-Nevada AsHtuiiucfc Corponition
iFui iiiul Marino)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Thiun-s.fc Mer.ey Marine Ins Co
Assets 'B 124 (57
Now York Life Insurance Co.
Asset', $lv5 0.',3 00 B6
'Millie i A wm i-i - ' l-.hu l
A. G. SILVA,
55 it 57, lintel Sllcet.
IMI'OHTEK OK .
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
toy i'luo I'phoUii'ihig and I edding
a Kpm'liillv .liinii lO-Uni
SR & CO.
'. Hit l',IH'l' H-rill'3lri'.
Con Iiiul ) mi IiiiihIii liiioiiMiillini'iit
oIo'm ih iii IjiiIiim n, limuliy, W'nii lui
UohJ mil ollvor I'lnleil Wiuu, A,u,
HAVE JUST OIM3KB1) Ol'T A TAItGE ASSORTMENT OP
TOYB & NOVELTIES
SU1TAIILE TOIJ THE HOLIDAY TRADE, GOMl'KISINQ
Hand Painted Novelties, Traveling
Csihos, at oiUt, ib Smokor's Sols,
EDISOBPb ALKISfiffi BOLLS, ,
Ami Dolls of uvury nthui ilesuriplion. Also, a lino lino of
Children's Books, gew Games
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
lUCYt I.ICS. ,M ECU ANJCAL TOYS,
DOLLC.VRIMAOES, ROCKING HORSES,
Son Gnshloi iLSLk & UM, lis for tie Million.
THE MVa IMNICAL TOY
LADY OF THSil PERIOD."
Tcluiihoiuvs, No. 11!).-
18 EiSOVAIj !
lluvinj; le.ihPil the hIoiuh' in Iho brick liuililing known ns tho
"Lincoln Itjoelc," nu.nly opposite Iho old stand, nnd lmving disposi.'d
of- (1ml piutmn of my htoek d. minted by the Into fire, nnd being
in leeeipt of Now Goods per hial steuinor, und nioio on tho way, 1
inn piopmed In till nil i nlei.s e before. Thniiking tho public for
I lie iibeiiil p.ilroiiiigi) hoi-towoil on 1110 for thu pnst sovon yunrn, I
hopo by pi oin pi attention to nil ciders lo intuitu continimnco of tho
mine. At iho new htniiil slmll do pleased lo .--oo all my old ens-loinei.-,,
ami .im many now ono 111 I my iiiul it to their advantage to
call. l.--liuul ottleih holioited and fi.itlifully oxeeuled.
LEMS& CO, ill Foit Street, -
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamei of the O. S. S. Co. fr. m California fiesh Ciiliifnrniti Roll
Butter, Fiozon Oystorn and Krosli California Frnitb, Fish, Giimo, Vegetables,
oif., olu. A complete lino of Cinwc & Bluekwell'n & J. T. Morton's Canned
it Bullied Coods alway.s on hand. Vl-o, just received u fresh line of Geinmn
fates and Totted Meats and Bottled lr borved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Miilteso
lliand Sugar Cuied Hams and Bacon, Now Bieakfiibt Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cieain Wheat Flakes, Sieih Lemons and California Riverside
Oianges, Oiegon Bmhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
!iiaiiite, iron aaa I'm w are 1
Chandeliers, Lamps uo I-.aiicoriia,
WATER PIPE and EUBiiER HOSE,
House -SCeepiirig Coods,
PLUMBING, Til, COPIES AHB
Tcluplionun, No. 175.-
-OFFER AT BED
CALIFORNIA HA.Y, OATS, RRAN,
OIL CAKE MEL, LINSEED MEAL,
BARLEY, ROLLED BARLEY,
MIDDLING GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT AND CORN FLOUR.
ttLOUK Allu. fJoltlon Onto & Siiliiius-a FLOUR
i', o. bd. iin. jsst0"
t 1 isf"" E5SS S K"
cii at vri i m -i k a, i t.
f?. -Bm bwbubs b
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries Providons and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now (IooiIh icihIvimI by evciy putdd'l finni Eiteru Klnlon uiid Einiii.
Fit'nh Califiniiiii 1'iiidiii't' by ovuij ftleainei'. All imlri fiiilbfully ulttiiiileil
to und ChimIh tleltvi'it'il to any pint of the t'ity fii'ti of tdi.irgf. hIiiiiiI omIoih
Hdlii'itml. KiitiHrnisliiiii ginmmli'i'd ii"' -J-Hfi
1,'IIItiT' LAHH ilrMiiiiikiri. gnuil
t pay; only uxpiultnuTil liiiniU nmd
iipply. ion rl'i'il iiml llijttil altt'Mi
(or Jiliillvli' diy KumU lmy).
No. 10 Store
-i&&! 1'. O. Ho. 1172.
-1. O. Box 207.
-Cor. Etlinhurg & Queen Sis.
-Tt'leplioiio No, 92.
Acini, (Umiiiiiii pitift'iu'd) in do
guiieml liniiMiiMiih iii ii Mimll
hihntn fiitnlli', uiiikl ljt tivur 10 iuuf
ML'". Apidy ulUiU ollku, JWtfl