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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, November 30, 1870, Image 3

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itiakaT wHgw. Tram
. wm. aaitfcalarly thalaww. grada.
tin tswealaafc
ttuaa in Baa ftiiiim, arraenaih an aigai f aa
itialil far hatter (rada ta taa Utter as rati.
bagf Maaiarni mmn an telkHMm,
mi n ar mk. mImm i.ria i
aasaarka a aaaraat,
i a aa raia Mnt In N
tataafht tW aaneaalty
M fta lUhtttfcn, ta
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By ana Han DayiBTrriTal hart aa lb UU want,
waaaaantJaat llaaaiia aaat baa adeaaeaaSa ta
t Isaa 4 t t a aauaa lad 4 ao-
B to aM faT htfaaM-T (aWalwM
an piiaalaa.hr aaad bji-
i M a
an tb way ta that part ar
baaa S.wt Umt af
: aa tbair way than, witk bat
f anak aa(an a an etad a
na'anably art aaaaca am tbaa an
1 ta arm ha tni port.
Iba tUm Tswslar aaBaa this atanaaa at S a'asook
tttnkf af aaa , aad a light fiaithtfar
Plaianaiiii waWTfhi t f"""-?"-
i i t r raaaiac abau tba fast af Jininj. Wa
tea. ill i . of tba ifaia that tba will as oosa
aarnaa laaaiaa until tba Cnaiaai af lb PsJtaa Staaw
aaaahnbt aaat tb aatna i ragalarly
Tb saaaesaty af larar ataaama brtxaa
hiilm baaaatbty Mt by
taftbaraa.
rA.r.4anka Ml Saa Jxwatt lar
tba part b mf af Hao4at-
Tb brit Xartb tar ia at baa ftaat Xaaitl
wiik eaal to W- L- Snaa.
Tb i mi- Lrak aiik a at baaa ftaa laprt
Saa4 U uW ta Walkar a Altea.
tM-vaiabM nautk. aa await, with am wbaB.
rOrxd'tUla-atw. Ofantwr, Saai ttaaa
eiiai.i. ea awN-kus.
.OH aw.
Taylor, nor, raaayaaa i
aa aaax a.
aamrKaVaawa..
alaica. aa dan taa waatl.
tbrAaaaa.1
rbr Ba MoiiU. br
Sear Kaawa. Hr Maai.
trbi lata. nr Hawaii,
ear H f aUad.
mbrOai FrtVw.
a-Hlna
star n la.
nalllail an aaiwav.tta. atari
baaa. ar maeaatt. an A OTaadard. L Burlir, P C Hi
aaraya. ! I. C Haami. aWal malaa aad am. Oaf
Clma,at H 11 . fl e tbaaaaaj aaawaVCX IS
abaoamaykaabaa, BririoVoai, Uaat 1 C olli. t; c at C.
J bfkm aa. A Aaaaaav J Inlia ALalilli n..Vataa
hud in i ladayCHabiT.Mtbnaiaa.aadiaatbaw
far daa laaaaBea,nrafaaaa xaptar, Jaar. BV W Jiaptaa.
TTaali i f 11 laiiaiiiajp al abi Hi i IT r Wl n
V aaa.AaOiaiai i. M Bhilai , 3 Aaaamk. M L
aaaaa, Mej. tlaV maaa, Oaaa eaa. WBV. ckM
a aaaaa.CS Ghara. P fioad. aamajaaoa. at arifga, i Ary
abjaactmaalkaaar
at JBaSw. at ml i . aT BaTtai.fK
ra Cbiaatlal aad 4 aaabhaara. Mr
Haaij. aarCBraf atiniaiat. Xor.K
I atkwnea. J . Laaw, ooaan-
m C aanaaa, ltra
itxi'tirtxs.
Par 1 1 ill laa frtaij. ryrxr n Bti
flitaj
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C"J
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1JIPOUTS.
nmfamaoaB.rrLat 1W. Nov. -
Aaamshaa aWKkata. UM
Aaata faalitltc. U! W. B.
thaakiiiba abla 1 Pmaian. Ha
Barttaaawtiia. baia 8l 'all laa, bato
Elian a. aaa Jooi-faiarb i. a
lobar. B aa Sfrara. V
its
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Cibtamn as reiac aata lbeeataatbgitEets.ap-
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rarerjlj1, TTe tMtat it naarted tbat tbey bare re- L
. f s , . r
ceaatr parted atMayeaag trees fraa Japan. Same
few aer f-raarbt ta ttese stands net lass AT0- Can
aay ax teat cs haw tbey tirive?
Ever amee'Kanc jAtnar' " conatcrblait tartabac
cc, there baa ta a od deal ef coctrereny, pro
uieta, mi ta ksrje. We cok notice ttit tie Londes
Ttmtt. tbe bluest ccdiea ailhority in EcgUad, j
insctTTai tl-at it tbcrscrly be!ierei in tobacco- I
tannaat a
lowwa tbaf tit aaaan
a aaaali taaaltty
tbawtaaai aa I
Iba st bat
I
i'out i' iiol.i;l.i;. i
AKKIVKU.
a HaaraataK a aiauli T. Mcam. fat . U.
Am aa aa Daa I Bakaua. SUro, Ik Airttc, wath.
MauaaaiL i
mr lawmaaHk. an aafcaai
JB!ltlaaa.
HKtaBawoB.
maamaaaaaaaaama. Uymir"iai
'-3Saaha Wiaiiw'llIWBaa.auiaii.
Amattuiatia t hia iia.aarfaaat faaad
atamaT Mttfi CmT aafaHMH.
aaa w ak Siaaia. Tabar, aarw baami.
ta Urn j.tUrtlawaa.
- il r j
aiaari.tteBaata.a-aacaaaWraal ''mal
. mar ar Bka. t maat.
Sekr Jaaae. far 1 aai.
awllaaiaa.
lASSlLIIItS. j
aJbav t Waaar. BTVl a. Aran aaa. wab aad
aaaa.afca7 Brimhiaai aai waV i W Waoaa-Hn mual-
aaa aaaamaad tahmbaa. Xaaa Baataaad,
Par rc par Aaa. Hot Sk-Cho Imaaaaa.
aaa Part Tvwaawad, par UM taaaesek. iterV. P Koarb
Taaaibitmia.
T - " IBSaswr. aaa ,:
aaaa.ma TjaMToa. oka 1
laHaailmlliB ma araaclapa? aa LI iii
MbBB Ja tM. par Aaaa. Hot. 9k
aarSmaaka, awam MaVauaa Laaaa
al aj
ar.ti latlta njmAttt bah
aa,aaai tartaaaii.bf at
tWbt aaaaBBmaraaac. H.9Q.S
am iBM t,MLM
Wm tba Wwawaoas. Par aWa. Tayaw. Not. 3k
laaaaavaem Mt na r
Cnaaavfat -rm Paaaaai tba 4,l
Caaa5aav at 1 Pate. Ua lctaa
Paajaa.ma amaaa.tba Mjm
aaaataammL faS "M aTjfafe, SI
raaTabtm, lm maaar. ms Ua,aM
akaa aaaaa. ana 1-Caioa, aaa . UM
'liaai am m Wt ilit n i. Ibsji 'Jaf
Imaaaamaaakaaaaaa .ftajmat
Babaat I ti aubii SMaM
la ajaaama tbaa 8adaay . lb aaaa.
law Kaw kaaaaa, par atam favaaa. Star. 2
mKam)pam a,HIvrWaa. A Mm
aad alaaa.
nil a ihj ia,rsa.r
am2MaaaaaaaVparamaa.l.ae. 9.
m C bltPal taUM aad atana.
lama aaaaam anaaii saa.aK.St 1
JartaayoWaait,
Mr anjataal. par laaooa aww. No. L
am. ('. rom xt,aHoM tr.
rar ban- kwaawa, par AkAa, So, as.
I nay. am am waililia n ta.
UkfB iijm aadoaana.
JBmaamaT amaTTatpT fCwtSMk. . . - -
I.OCVI. SOTS.
"Phasts cf'tbe '.Soe:. for NcT:icr, 1ST0,
nalta w tnjiait nm.
rtisottrix Mux time.
Ha, ttak It-jai,
M. m Mw Maw
Nor. 3V 1st arat.
TUE iCS IHtl.VB AND SRT1N0.
1st. tan Mm s7ax ...$ae$
SDk Saa ttata., Sua Saw
laru. an. K $$
ta. Saa a- (U SaaStaa
aath, $n Vw. . .. 5au$.
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TMBMboOMtelBU - a4Tcrtfed to Jere
Pranclteo oa tbTSSd iar bb pott, wbkb iU
piTr a faraa 4j later oen 2 ban tba ttca&er.
Wl bar often beari af person reading left h mi
agfaat a ee of fladtna; apbSe 1 wa ac4ied
fihmt rcMtJ riar her bars aw4de 4ora, vrbieb
pactled a nanbar of peraom oa tbe wbarf, tnlatto
nuke oat bnr tbe aaew read.
i Tri tab fiprUii kail, fira t Olriapte Hili, a
Mtadaj tniac, by tb Gaad Tmpiact, nu a tjr
Jatfal affair. A larco paitjr af lH aad patlc
a aa pwaiat. asd tb ajeyat af tb aaauiaa
M tbaraaf h. Tb Good laaialan. at tbir a
aiaaal raaaiaaa. eaaclawTfjr prare tbat it it sat ae-
ainarj ta iabib tb V rar
ia adr to eaiaT tbr
pVtarar af tboay ate ar a jf
At lb rfralar animal tneetlacof Lodee "I rro
jma dc rOeeatOe" Xo. 1, A. F. A A. M., of thk
place, tbe faDotriac tatpbers were eteeted to office
far tbe ewalac yar.. C Jam- it.. M'.iL.C.
i X. Speacer. S. W. ; J. K JVtrrt-oa. 1. IV. ; H. G.
Crabbr, Seeretarr : I) Dajtoa. Tnarer.
' m
Mns KofE Etans, wbo b acqaired a afcb repa
tatiaa ia AaetraHa a a tracic actr, pire a per
tMaware to a dMcfe(t-d aadieaee at tbe Ravil
Bawaiiaa Tbeatre oa Moadar ercarac. Notnith
rtandtac tbe tackaaeacr of tbe weaker, a are
aamber of oar pplt were areteM; n-bo aaitc In
aatbattaitlc pnke of tbe fclrtiajmifiaiii.
Vtw-ar. McOota- a Jommov recxared per CStv
of Molboaraw a cbolce artortaMataf AaMrallaa
Bunafartaird bmIbiMbi aad tmd. are ot a
aanat rapertor aaBtr. Ta dcaMnr dtber lirtt
goods Jar laaiaier wear, or bearler for tbe raloj
wtatbci wMab we areUkelrto barrdorinc; lac com
lac fc' aaaatbf, will do well to call oa Mefsrs.
JBE Hanafiaa wbalinr brbt Kobota, Capf. Almy,
belorarliar to the arm of HcaferbUecer .t Co., aad
the Am. wkattnt; bark Mary, Capt. Smith, bare ar
rired la pot. It was at one time feared, from tbe
had praaataaaeat la which they were seen before
ZetUac dear af the Arctic, that tbey were lost
AttbauLb taey n ere both in radher a trrbt brJore
anamar Piiaatb tbe Sisal, macUi eaod seamaa
ship, tbey bare arrivad safc, and j has allayed all
Fan ns Xaara Pica pre. By the Xew Bedford
Sbaaataii 'jc
balk rfrrea(
Batie tbe departar. Oetaber ltb.arf the
Gaptaia Jaan Dowdaa, aadb bark
Awaaboaks. Captaia Ariel Nertae. bath far tb Xorth
Paeile Oeaaa. Tbe bark Caataa. Capt. J. G. La
tham. saOad tar the Indian Oteaa oa the same date
Amoac the erev lift af tb fitter w lad tb aaaa
af "Tarn Kanaka, aad Tamake Kaaaka. of Kaaa-
Tbay ar almd fsfaralelr from tbe
TmB PaoaHaiaMMas- The proprletorf af tbe
aaartaaar, we badhwe, are practical prtaters, or pro
Im tp be, aaatas saam kao' rery eU tbat th pra-
prralad at tabs oOare were aat " fak:j '
af ha talc, aad tber tteeld have m-
fbrand their Zdilor or iteaamrr. a the case may
be.) of the fact. The reason why the peocramanes
In eno-tloa were i aiadrj." wa oa accoaot of tbe
paper, wtajch a the oaly white paper obtainable
tor tbe parpoae at tbe time, aad the pabUsbrrs of tbe
jUimOii knew h If they Xaew their basiaess
wbca tbey permitted tbe hem ia qaeetioa to be in
serted la their paper.
Tate Wausras la these days present aa animated '
baalB!s-Bke appearance. Loaur tiers of oil
. casks are seca ta every direction, which are beitr
coopered praparatory to Uaoshaaeat tor Aaacricaa
or Earopeaa ports. Maeb of this oil is roe catch of
tacrHaarat aa TcsMk.whtehhare baaa atorcthaa ass
ail; aacceatfal the past year. Tbe harbor too, with
lorry-odd ships la part aad the hasy heat of coasters,
large aad saaall, rtaniad; aae a UUle of okleo times,
. the year ISdtte lSK. Bat we rcapeaaber ta same
of those balmy day of seein- two baadrcd sail of
wbalers ia tbe harbor at one time.
Br th Mate Taylor oar Mlaw-teadeat. Mr. J.
T. Waaarheaw. wit aad family ntaraad to tbeir
island bam ; by tba aaaae Taal we note the arrital
af Mr. T. B. Daviet aad wife, aad J. B. Atbertaa
aad faauty. Oar aid friead. Mr. Watarboa, a
aobal. bat broasht wjth him a Tariaty of deairabJe
roods, btaidm some baaatifal Hk far the ladies.
W bar baaa iafmmad by thns wb bare seea tbe
,aipU tab teead at "Sa. It." that th silks offered
taon mm aaaarior ta aar arcr baaar bruarbt to this
market. We aodsratavad tbat barara aaaaj, fneaMatcrs
af Qaa idrcat will have th pbsajen af aaam a
ine iron frdbt boitdiaa: ia pre aat of ecwtioB aa th
lot what the Baa-biro Store bow
Stuzet Paucaisa. Last Saaday aftrraaoa. a
no el seeae was aitiiaaaad aa th Ktplaaad. Cader
the larf shad at the dock af th X. T. T. Co. was
unmbled qait a larre eoaooars af peapj. the aa
daat of which waa eomposad of mamhnri of Ibe Yapap
Man CWrtaui AssaMaatiaa. After the namE of
several mWiKar hymas. reading: the scriptare aad
prayer, th 8r. Mr. Me Call r Mntai a mart dk
eoera. which was ctaqaaat aad tapaat, aad received
itk ayittad atteataaa by the maOty amtiian which
wna uBiaow urwmj j
f aataraUy rxpaot 1
tieboararkalf-pBatSaaa!
midm af tb faB saaaaa."
aa aaa ai saea a ptace a.
Sameay afiarsaoD, is tb
The text was from St.
hm, rfi. I; : If any maa thirst, let bim eame ante
mc" Notice warsra that similar raHgiaai aerriees
wall be keW arary aaday bareatW. at the same place.
Ax Allgbb 6caTrravar xaa U. S. Sair Lc
taxt. Thar af oar I tad or I who naaakn- tbe fact
that the Levant sorted from Hila, ia 15. for Pana
ma. wiB hardlr ertdit tb atary of the person, as
iTa baUw, wbo eaahss ta be a sarrirar of tbe erew
af that ill fated ship. The route from these Islands
to Paaama ic so tart the eastward af any inhabited
Paeme Talaad. that K u hardly possSbJe that a single
perssa eaald hare drifted from the probable scene of
tb loas of tbe skip to aay af tbem. It i aba im
probable that a maa rhould he ahkred to step far
r)vn yean aa aay inhabited Island in this Ocean,
wirhoat aa epaartaaaty ta leave the Island ar make
ha whareabeeu kaawn. Nearly every croup af
Meat m the FaeiiUarua '"rT year by Mls-j
taaaary aad tradiac tesieW Tbe Levaat wis prab
u. a... 1 i. L. V... . , T II.W.S , .
I aaar. wlaah aa daabt balaared to bar, drifted asbore
at Kaabaam. Hawaii, aad a lift beey was found as
i ta teaaa an jaaaiwamn wasaisovaowgav whte-
laarsd ta her. If, then, any af fcer usfariucate crew
- bad draW asbare anywhere, it would rrbably bare
j been as ace af these Island. Tbe faBowitg i tbe
llreaart. widebwe capyfram tb Waslvntrton dnmittt:
" A ScaviTOn ar zat V. S. Str Lcraxr Tccxi
ur Arnat Twxlve liui AcsrjcE. rlect&Ur a maa
rjriag hat aame a; Jarri presested biauelf to tbe
Admiral eaacaadinc tbe cava! fare ifcNarfatk,V..
and stated that fee was tbe carpenter af tbe Catted
State ataap Levant, and was tbe Only sarvirer of
that res!, which was last in tbe Panic imc twelve
years oioce. ,He staled tbat be was walked asbare s
aa I aland inftbe Pieifve Ocean, and for eleven years
hveij-rith the savaM ea tb Island upon which be
a as oast, and was eventaally picked np by a Stitiib
rieamer, wtneb apportundy stopped at bis deselate
bme. He claims back ray for mtm rendered tbe
Garerctsest ia bun&cul eataoty as an eScerof tbe
. , , . . ...
United States. The fact of bis appearance and his
slateaccta cantisg t tbe ears ef Secretary Kabesan.
be ftcusuBieated witb tbe carr oar: ding ccer at
Norfolk, directicg bim to forward ta the Xary De
partment a fdt accocot of tbe wanderer1 .statement,
and if in his Judgment be cecridert bis atary aorthy
of eredcuec. ta forward bim to Washington witb a
view, if paiiiKe, to ascertain frna bia tb czrUcalan
sf tte lci cf tvt vend."
LATE FOREIGN NEWS I
Vis Krrnta Antlrlpitnt at Vrrsalt)r Rttrxor-
vriMimij "'"" in. wf .-oiuu 01 innn-
Ktc.
XewTokk. Xit. IOjb. A ItfrtH eorrodit
at Viilr oa tb Sib trrltra as fottotrt: Nc
reached ai lo-dar ereatlai; preat Biriloaant, aad
Icadiar to tbe frciloc tbat fotactbiac oa a tare
eale tmr be expected any aotaict, PreiuraUiHi to
Btert It arS bdas made.
Kprt Troa ti vaatb f Fraaca an of ar itra
ardiaarr aatarc. Fiftceo dcpartaMati ban abaoiatelr
Madl fruta tbe t f Fraace, and la aactaa
nitb Alfriy. ar csrcfl in tb orpiaiaatB of a
Mpant vrrteeot. Firiap: fram Fart Valria ba
baaa raeeriaat fr tbe last tircatr-fbar baan, bat it
b aaitc banal.
Two baWaa 1mm Fam err ta-day,
borvriac; searr aa bear law caaepb Ibr lb paa
rw ear la'bc Ttable,
Tba bacabardaHat af ram if srfd apeedilr.
Krerytbias h poat.aciB Ibe direcuna of tbe poiat
eboaea. It will prababiy be satae part af tb Tia b
twea tb Seia. wbre it eaters Faria aad wberr it
Vtm tbeeitrWtwreo Fart Irry aad Iy. Be
twraa tbe fort, lie Fart Riertre. ntraac aad
Vaam. Tb whale ire are oaaateled by rid pits,
addiac grat!r to tb defearirc w ers of tbe eilr.
bat aaTuiag aa iaaortaaaalable abfUel t a esV
fal mrtie. Froatiac tbem is tbe cuantrr occapird
br Ibr Germans, fall of obstacles aBurdHH; corar
for M artillery. wHb hwp-boled walk ia every di
reetina. Fnt SL Ctoad Ibe GeraMns ran im4
tbrtb. that will rraeb Ibe Tailrrk-s. St. Clad betas
aadertbe Haeof refmm Fort Valeriea, tbe oatirry
there ill not be tlleacrd. a tbe brs4ers can ncra
p tbr attention from Valeriea trotn vat ion other
quarters. X heavy stream of sans and provisions
continue to pour" in bare Accordine to pre-eat
appearances, all France will mmo be uvetraa nhb
oruvisittat.
Tores, ISnreoiBerlila. Over l.rtU Prussian pris-
oners capturctl at Ortrars. pasted thmaru this city ; and tbe Government at Tojrs'ls coujtsntly main
toay. oa tbeir way to Ibe Saath of France. Great taiaeefbr carrier ptsrons.
exritemeat was rrcaied among Ibe people, and it ' The JliiWatr pablisbrs taore extended details of
was witb maeb ditScalty tbal rlotswere prevented, i tbe recent battle. Oa the flrst dsv the hatlle bc
Tbere were band red of people aloac tbe line of ' came seaeial soon after tuc at l ark was taade. Gen
march wbo trcosnised ranR tbe prisoacr those eral Pallkrs bad command of one.wiar of the French
wbosooalraped tbem l CJalcao Dun aad other armv. and taade a soccw fmtn tbe start. The Frus
rJares. Tbe prisoners were booted at and Insulted. ( siani were in strvni- p.Mtin. General Falliers look
but hy tbr ctlorts l the -nsatcr part of tbe crowd, the veteran troops and carried the lrarsiau pnsitioo,
violeace was prevented. drivin? them before him ard caplurias iuanr p?is-
Advices from Lyons and Marseilles announce that i oor. S marked was the Tictorj tbat De" Falta
all is quiet ia both cJtrct-. AJ Marseilles the author- i dfnei- warmly praised his conduct. The Guards Mo
ity of the Government is generally temsnised. biW from tbe Department of the Loire-et Cher, who
a aispaica rrom i.naen yesteroay says a tore ou.
APO Pratsbms, well supoUed with cannon, catered
Boaaieres that day, oat were driven oat bv tbe
Gardes MobUe- and i"ro tlrrars.
Paris to le Mare.J Ont.
IavMv, XareuAer ISb. A ITarW earresnaadent.
writuae; fram Versailles oa tbe Ma. says an beaabard
aat of Paris will take place for a loa; tim vat. f
erar. Tbe bvpe is tbat tbe city will be starred aat. j
Tbe truth sea t be tbat tbe eoasuat f re Cram tb ,
et i r . . . t .i . . - . ...
l i sain invis oc ,rrtauy ranmm aaa raaaraea toe
BBMisrmin aperatieas aad rendered maeb ofjbwr work
aslss
German Ofliclal
Iteporla of the Capture
Ycrttmi,
ol
Beaux, soveamtr IStb. OSeial reports of tbe
cape art af Verdaa ar pablisaed. Two eoeraW,
elevca staComcer!, and aae bnadred aad titty oQaers
were eaptared. Beaut these. lHr!. iSMt riaes.
aad a larp amaaat of stores aad ammunition, fell
into tbe bauds af the Prossmas.
llne'la Rrporfrd tlrln.
LoxBOX. Xovember lJlh. A i'orid Corrcfpood
ratsays: Tbe Kussian Mini-tcr here has read to
Lord Granville a letter Ir. tu Prince Gortsebakotf,
statiactbat Kassmaow- detaaadsa taodlfleartaa alt j
the abolition pro visions sisned in Paris oa the 90th '
of March. lSoti Articles eleven and thirteen, in the
Treaty of Pari of Ibe 27t!s of April. 1S38. These
jarovtsioas forbra the Kalian Sect Irom eatrrinctbe !
Uaraancuc and tKMbor trum the Black t-a. and t ins her steam-pipe. The Meteor, bv reason or diaV
Umtts the Kassian Sect in I be Bi- ck tea to ten .mall ; ,iB- her screw, bseaiae unana;reble. aad tb Baa
steamers. They also pnibiUt Russia and Turkey , le7 lodias kerqaarters hot and capture certain, ir
BMiatmninc on tbe Bbck Sea coast any militarr or wit4 nm MHm ii,a bfM.
TX?Z!):.rXU T i? r'Ur ' " -1 rapnllv f.rpnrt. tb.Mc.eor contina U Sn
tMttv or tor interctcttutj from Its nalteiv of .nr ves- i , :,. K . . , . tt . !
elsSvrwbelOBrfns tatbc Powers posaeajne. its """; "g " !Vf .th5 J4,,"" 1
aaast, or anv other Power. TM aeclamOoToo tbe 1 cro" ? tPBh wf. McTr ibe ilstsor eM
partnt Rassia beiur. simultaneously mad. in London i br senw. At this umtbc Heraajme C r-
aad ft tbe Ca binds, at O.n.-tanlim.plr. Vieaua aad ,Mtr!" L" "f"1 tt lk'c'1',t was ek'ed
Berlin, Is believed here to indicate KoffiaN rcadi- i fo,,B, bravely. Th German pioboat
aess to Insist oa tbe rceoraiUon of her claims bv i w,f ace.rdd tb victory. Both vessels an in port
force. ! repairing damages.
Tbe official Journal st CoastanlinuDle says tbe 1
Sublime Forte is now able to resist any attack; tbal
it has- 8U),(O0 men and twelve iron-clad Iriates.
KxeatcaMBt ia Laadan t-aight raa hsb in political
circles respecting the deaigens t Rassia. as it is be
lieead she bas a sicsot aadertaadia-: whb Prussia.
-Laxaax, Nor. 13. On Saturday merninr a special
eaarier arrived from St. Peterstar with dispatcbes
ta braavillc. said to be ol a sarwu abamoter.
Ditahat were scat fram tbe Fanica Omc last !
pSharS1 Mmertwt; j
left lawn vasUrday, wiU re-assmble aarty ia th i
vtaCB I
The Rassiaa Sect will be at tbe Baraeaelle aext j
- , .I- Viiumbmh i vttiritr nr ..t. m ta, '
Xarr Beparuaent. General 'Earopran complications
A spaeaal from Barua says a semi- ;
has baaa made, that Xawland's at- I
tea; Is at madutiaa wre made siaaaltancvualy with j
the issue af tbe six par ceat. French loaa. aad that
false reports af the saasess af th armittio were
syriaf by Eaglish Governmeat orran. sad hence
tbe eullaaiea between Granville aad Thiers ta help oc 1
the loaa. , '
Jlore Fl:tillug; and French Success.
London. Nor. 13th Disnatcbet-. Staled at Tours
on Friday eveninr. repeat the riateaient that there ,
uras fiaTbliae all day on Thursday near Coalmicrs. in
" hick ike French were saceessM; aad tbat Palliers
oocapte Chevilly. north of Orleans, taklar Mil Pras
taaBs and two ans.
Tocrj, Nor. mis .ViaSat. General Palbdines
reports that be took 2.J prisunrrs in hi. last cti
Jqnet near Orleans. The French troops now
botdtae OkMrmaraed camp which was occupied ty
tbe Kresslaasat Artrsr.
Taa tidiaes af it victory of taa army of tbr
Loire ruased'tbe wHdett eari'aaeot tbruacbout
Fraaee. A srat amber of troops arc -barryint;
laoamiae soars to mi taa torces ot Ucnerat raUa-
Little is board fram Paris hot. It is known, how
ever, tbat iataraal lroabts bar wholly saasided.
Maasat of tbe French troops are saca daily araaad
Maat ValriB praeticinr eralatiaa oa a gnat scale.
A zuaeral sorts is immiaant.
Tb report i reitcsaiad tbat tbe delay in tbe bom
bardmaat af Paris is dse ta tbe caraast entreaties of
Parts opplli- Will Xot Last Over Tlirec
Weeks.
Locsdos. November lStb. Tbe speciai cone
Baadcut of be TraWc vrltia; Irom Versailles tbe
nth, says tb Hrst party of Ea-IMi from Paris have
ainved here.
On tbtf&tlb be telegraphs tntstwortby informa
tion, and represents that Paris sappUes wtQ not mst
over three weeks, aad tbe Prussians are not likely
to Bombard Ibe city.
The Battle of Orleans.
A French Victory.
Torts. November 1 1th. A dispatch fram General
i.- X!ti... r r. . i... .. s-I v.. ; .. '
ee.vcdky tb Miafcter ar. las ep. bas just ,
ba ziven to tb paUie. as follows : " We have taken
passessioa af Orleans after a Spat of two days. Oar
rTste4eses ia kilied and waanded da aat reach
3.u. Tbos of tbe enemy are maeb larger. We
have aude mare tbaa 1 prisaaers. tbas far. aad
are eoarieaatty addia ta tbem as we follow tbe a re
in r: tally. Amaae tee proneny captured are two
caanon of Prassiaa model, St amrnaaitaon wagoas,
aad m prext nambar af vaas aad proTisioa wagons.
Tbe hottest of tbe nht toot ptae aiouad Caalaaiers.
oa Wedaesday, the 9tb. Xotwitbaraediag the bad
a sitter aad other unfa vara tie circaarataes, lb
fdea d'upteyed by the troaps w.. remarfcaVle."
tieaaral de Patadices, aa tb ecaapatioa of tb city,
issued tbe following etagrattUatory order :
T the a-Bcers aad satdiers of he army af tbe Loire
Tbe action af yesterday was a ptariaaf one for oar
army. Brery pesitien of tbe eaemy was vigorously
carried and tbe enemy itself is new retreating- I hate
ialormed tbe 'joveraaKnt and am instructed to re
turn yoa tbeir thanks for year victory. Amid tbe
dametcrs in wnitb Prance is fdanecd.'ber eyes are
apea yoa, and sbe cwunts upon year eoarage. Let
us all wake every effort in order tbat Ibis hope may
not t raiatasen.
(S:sed,) De Palanhncs.
w Oemmacder-in-Cbief.
General Headquarters, Xov. 10, ISi.
farlUulars ot tbe First Day's Fight near
Orleans.
LONDON, Xov. 12. Tbe iaHowisg dispatch from
tu. Iica.aff oorrespjcdect at T'Airs. dated tte 5th
wbieb was delayed in transmission, girts particulars
cX tbe beginning of -tbe aagemeat, which resulted
in a victory for tbe Army ef te Loire :
a,.. Rteat battle is being fougbt ta-day between Mer
and Iieasgrney. The affair began yesterday witb an
engagement between tbe advanced guards on tbe
border of the forest of Marebtcnir. Tbe French
were attacked at 11 is tbe morning by tbe Prussians,
consisting ef two battalions ef infantry. 1590 krocg,
cavalry and ten guns. Tbe Frescb ccuacd tbe line
from Talcy to St. Laurent des Faux. At noon a bat
talion ef Foot Cbasseurs debouched from St. Laurent
asd drove bask tbe Prussians between V a bine aad
TiUeaetair. Tbe Frecjh cavalry then attempted to
tarn tbe ank of tbe Prussians, who at balf-past 3
tti to tbe direction cf Cbateacseuf. leaving tbeir
dead and wounded oa tbe field, among whom were
20 oSeer. Many prisoners were alto nude. All
this bippcsed priar to to tbe more decisive eugage
tcenwhkb took place cn tba follawingday.
Tlie Battle or tbe Sth e.ml 10th.
. LoTSON, Xor.aK- A special to tbe VCorid, from
Tann to-day, states tbat tbe whole loss of .the Bava
rians ia tbe battles cf tbe 9th and Utb. was 3.110
men liMel, wtmsded.asd prisoner. Vtn Dcr Tann'
eSeclire force oa tbe moraine uf tb 11th was 29,000.
He was then at Tooit, 25 mi!e nortb cf Orleans,
where be was joined by General Wiebtig and Prince
Alhrrcbt, wbo, witb on division nf isfastry and ose
cf cavalry, 120,0(0 stresg, zsarcbed from Chanres to
o tb rm0R r tfc;nih, !. futtixr
raafeiwi bf tfc Pokt af Mectlr npety Nthh a carps
ctMBpawi at wn af all arm. ThU jnr tb
tieraaaas at Taarr a forr f 1&5.WCI. Grsrral ilc
) t'-klmf mpMTrd to all to atsoint up t In
lrb a farce T fi.WC re en, To-dar fce has eat
brncrht tbe same force tnt" acticn. but will brine up
t.ftMstranir. baldinc M.OWia reserv. lltvntradi
t attack tbe Germans at Taary to-day. r Sunday.
Tb Freneb army i sialyl atit victory, and auxtaua
for aa aalbr attack. Tbe GaTtrntncnt at Tmr be
lieves tbat Friaee Fredniplt Char, adrasetnt; from
roaiiatrey. will not be able toefset hit jaectien nitb
Von Per Tana befarc tb 1Mb.
Further IVtalta r the Victory- or General Ue
IVilaillnr.
A spcrlal dispitch to the iTorftf from Tours, has
tbr following:
Fall details ol tbe victory nfGenrral DcFaLidtnes
over Von Dcr Tnan have not jtt Iwen received.
The entraeeaavnl commenced both at tbe east and
wet of Orleans, on WcdrcsJar tbe 9tn lost., and
was enMlMDrd until Ibe cveelac of Tbursdav the
10th. DariRC Tbarsdav the French drove the Frus
siaos from Orleans. inCktms severe losses m tbem,
and tbe French arc aw in occupation of the city.
General Von Dr Tann w i! h the remnant of his army,
is now retreating from Orleans to Pithtvters, after
rainlv attemptin: to force his way tbronsh t'l Cha
teas Neaf and Monttrtris. wnerc'be hoped to Jln
the army of Friaee Fredenrk Charles. General De
Paladin rs b a force of oiMYQ men on tbe north
i bank of the Loire, and TP 000 on tbe tonlb hank.
Tbe destruction ot roads and briricrs between Outu
maroy and Orleans pn.vea.trd tbe advance of
the armv under I'riuce FrcHrtck Cbarlrs. He has
about tSAXl men. a creat part of whom are proba
bly north of tbe Marne. Alter bavinr disposed of
tbr remnant of Van De Ta in's army, De Fafadincs
will march directly on Far - and as.sill the German
lines between Versailles d St. Germain, while
i Troche maks a sortie with 150.(XV meu to cut his
wav oat aad rre the slcse
Commaniratlon brtnrrn DePaUillnesandTrochu
were under a heavy artillery fire ot tbe enemy, wa-
vered a Utile, bat General Barrilla, wbo n as In com
maud, placed blmscH at Ibiir bead and broke
Ihroasb tbe rneu' lines. The Mobiles from the
Department of 5a rt he he ha red admirably and cban;
cd tbe enemy with tbe tayonet. The chasseurs of
tbe line also dl.-linculBed thrmsdves.
OunlMat DnelorTllavana Kurt tier Part Irtilars,
Hatanx. Nov. litb. OutbcTtb,tbcFrus-iannar
steamer Meteor, carrying three runs, and tbe French
war steamer Bouret, carrying live, enteral tbe har
bor. The Meteor sailed arain. alter tbe French mall
steamer N.oaveau Monde, bat the mall steamer Im
media'elx relumed, learii jr capture. On tbe uiht
of tbe Slh. the B.uvet left port, but waited outside
fur the German war vessel. Alter the expiration a
the liruty-lour boor.. time piesrribed by taw, the
Mclcor follon rd a naval dot 1 Uavitf been arniard
between tbr otScers. Tbe Spanish steamer Heniaa-
i do Cortes accompanied Ibe ln ressets.
i The Mt.r had a erew of sixty n.ea. aad tbe Boa-
: vet had eicbtr. Tbe Baavet was ten miles beyatfti -I
n tbe coaaias oat of tae meteor, ke ateaaicd in
. wards, towards the auiral lire, and then opened tbe
contest hy firing 5 shots, wbich tb Mrteur promptly
returaad. Tbe ltart Ibeo attempted -ta board tbe
Meteor; ia this she w aasnecesiittl. Ilr rijrinr
became eatancled. carrriac awav the taiia and laia-
aeu masls. Tba rigin fali.aa; with tbe matt be- I
cam entaarlcd in tu MHir a screw ; at tb same
time th Meteor seat a shell into th Boovet. smash
The Meteor bad three killed and sac wounded : the
; BouTt .-nlr tbrt trpaativd.
Tbe Ocimtut ia Hurau are mod. eUted with tb
affair, which caad totenfe rsehecoeat. Th two
Pra CrWaitr acrd Thisoo. who wer kiHi
in ibe tMTdal CQareofteAt. were btirie4 herdoa the 10th,
i he Germaa meiTbaats attduig tie foBerml ia a
a. J -
bode.
, . . , -
Report that England, Austria UUd
ItalF Unite Against RUSSia.
l"1- Ka A "P'4 f b JVt
writta; from St. Petersburg, on tbe Sth, says an ua
P1 wr1r KM tt ' '" d '' oa
limited furloarb. all tbe soldiers who entered the ar-
I.?.1 ,h '?l f Murt- Pneasiuas x-
i.-i m wtpiooaauc ofcm . a komj: ptctaiu isu mk
ovramat is about to make a dedamtiva reaoanein;
tb bli$tioas id tb treaty af Pari, aad it is under
stood thai if snob b tbe ease the British Ambassador
wi1 demand bis passports.
Tbe fission of RaeaeU. reder Secretary of Forcijra
ACain. t VcrsaiDa. is undenakea. not by order of
tbe Foreign Otaoc, bat in eaasqaaee of tb late
Cabinet Council,
j Tbe object of Ibr mission is ttac certain th views
oi DisuarcAv in reiaiittn i- lueinrcairainnnieirom
Russia, read to Granville, oa Wednesday, by the
Ruselan Ambassador, and fuaatallr reDOdiatiiilT tbe
obligations of tbe treaty of IS56.
RasseM. il Is understood, is Instrncted to inform I
Bismarrk, that Eaeland. Aastria. and Italy, will;
unite lo resist the viulaiion uf tbe treat v.
London, Ndvcmbrr 14th Taa aritation concern- ;
in; Rnssian desiens Increases. Ia tbe best informed j
circlrs it is dn.icd tial Ibiixislmaiiacnt diorerof a j
grxni European conflicf.
The bdl JaU Gnu tn-ar-bt declares tbat the
Ministers not merely lack true vision, bat are occn- ,
pied to Ibe exclusion of truth, with mir-leadim: i
dreams. Two dangers con&ant Enrbind the Ala- i
bama difficuhy and Ibe Easier quetlloo ; the latter ;
has been utied to rreal impcatiuKe, ana toe lormrr
i& more formldarjlcjticcausi. af tbe increasing pruba
hility of there beint: a o m'iinalioo. Rassia declares
her dcslirits lo gra-p Turkey, aad Prussia I ready
to eoimivc at or aid hrr. Kassaad, tbe oolv putver
to whom Turkey raa look, is Ibrcatened nub annl
bilation if sbe Bits her Briber.
Latest Telegrams from the Seat
of War!
London, Nov. Hlh. A special teteram to the
Hf h as follows :
"The main body of the Army of Ibe Loire yester
day occupied a piasitiou extendiarr tb line of tbe
Chalcasdan road to St. Perava, Potanav and Cbe
villr." ' The total of tbe Germans, ia tbe action of tbe
Ttb, Sth and 10th. before Orleans, Oneladins 500 sick
wounded aad abandoned,) agr legatee 10,000 lo kill
ed, wounded and prisoners."
"General Dr Palladines is bow cjecatinr a move
men witb bis desrrn tooutflaak Gen. VoBDtrTagu's
rietit."
London. Nor. Hlh. A drspateb from Tours to-
darsais I be movements of G carta 1 Anrelles are to
ClirllVs 0,rW.fl,.k nd pitWviers oa tbe other.
witb tbe view ol sarr.mnalsfr Voa Der Tann and
j Prince Altirrcbt before the arrival of detalcbmeals
i uf the late army of Metz Tbat portion of Aurede's
' armv which defeated Von Dcr Tann on Wednrsday
I is t-tiU facius bim, but Ibe Banking inovrrnennts are I
; executed by tbe new troops, "ell supported b ar.
' tillery. The junction of tbe risnt aad left viinzs in .
'' tbe rear of tbeBararlars tain probaMy be completed
: to-day, allboarb so positive Dews to tbat effect is
, received. !
YBRS1IIXE3, Xov. ltlb. Tbe German forces have
' received scarcely any reinforcement since tbe fall
' of Metz, except tbe seventeenth and Fourth Dlvt-ion
! of W art-mounter,, who were sent eastward soun
after I he change of plans.
At Lyons an Itwmt-dfatcsUsck on tbe city is threat
ened by tbe Gerrsaas.
The recent firing from tbe gutisortbeEnciente at
Pari sboa tbat tbrr have a greater range tban was
hitherto supposed. " Tbe shells of ibrscguns)esler
day rrarbfd and demolished tbe German works be
yond Yille'd Averay.
The mltilery aatlioiitic bere are increasing tbeir
severity and cradty touard tbe civil functionaries of
tbe city.
Parties lately captured from Ibe balloon are still
bare as prisoners. At a council held on Monday,
Bismarck advocated tbe shooting of all captured bal
loonils. General Tracbu daHr marches out f fly or sixty
battahanf under tbe guct of Mont Valerien. Tbe
Prussians are hourly expecting tbem to makea giand
sortie.
LosrooT, Jforsmber lltb. 7r,1sa Cable.J A dis
patch to the Trifrvae from Blots, Nuveeaber lltb, says
Orleans was tiken by Genera! Catheliseau's troops.
-bieh first entered tbe town from the south, driring
tbe Bavarians from tbe bridge tbey defended, and
wbieb tbey lacked time t- blow up, ae they intended.
AtBccena determined ;bt occurred, witb larze
losses en both sides. The Prussians were beaten asd
tbeir entrencbu:ents stormed. Tbey,left 100 wagons,
provision asd forage.
Prisoners are coastantly arriving. Two cuss and a
number of caissons have arrived. Ten Dcr Tann's
carriage is bere. Ton Der Tann himself was nearly
captured.
Ibe Frescb were in great force ; 30.0&0 from
Burges attacked on tbe seulb and left bank, utile
tbe Fifteenth and Sixteenth Corps attacked on tbe
west ride. Tbe Bavarians were outnumbered, and
lost tbeir strongly fortified positions.
Tte TVilwae eerrcspondest. telegraphing fruta Lille.
5or. 12, says Boerbaki's army, if it exists, is not
bere; Lille bas but three luttalioss of National
Guards, partially equipped, while tbe distribution f
arms far all clashes of troops would not arm more
tbas 3,000. The citadel bas only tbe minimum gar
rison of 100 men, tbe remainder being near Arret
asd CarabraL
r&autbesticated dispatched from Blois asd Tsars
contain eoofased accossLf of another Tictory obtaised
by Aufelies orer Tan der Tans, seal Artesay. These
dispaicbei state that Taa der Tass, being itresgth-
encd by reinforcements bad advanced frefet Tury,
soutbwatvLalnac tbe road IsaBiiir via Chevilly ltd
Orleans, but was artatked erraTbe iljbt flank withe.
traetnsuy hy Aareues. near Artcuay. The enjaf
Kent resulted In tbe osmflttc rerulteortbe Oertaans,
the capture of a large number sf pruoncrs, and twen
ty n rnns.
- Lonx, Nov. II. Tb errpndht f be Iftr
oM wntes from Doaai Nev. lftV tblrrthal town is
nn of the strangest fortified p'aces is France; th
fbrtiScalinns bare tbrr hundred runt, amlloocita.lcl
four hundred more. It is considered the key to to
north of France.
lBuad4u,ef the o-inlty commenced jritcrday.
Far four miles there i t n broad lakr, ruininc tb
VrBjR f Laaln-ai, which iseotilrly desrtJ. Fit
handled famtries are driven away Hy the Baud. Win
dows and doors of home were welted np to tteep out
tbe water. Tbe seen of innndativn il eleven mites
wide, and ct'mplctety eaehejc Donal. Over Jd.OOO
persons will be made botuelcss when tb inundation is
completed.
Ia tbe department ef tbe north there ar twenty
seven fortresses, defended by over 3.0VO canuon, Ibe
greater part from th fleet.
0a hundred and fifty eCicers and soldiers careJ
from Mcta and tracbed Lille yctterday.
llREMEN. N'ovvisbtr 141b. Elcbty -French vrWotr
ers nave been sent hither as bnstajres for the raplaln
and crew ol the Bremen ship Illegally OrUlnttl in
France, ;
General Butnsldc l still lis London. Tbe terms
which Bismarck aulbnrlteu blm to propose to the
Government i Paris arc the same as those Tillers
submitted to Favre and Trochn.
Tire article on Gtrvnny, France and Kngland, In
tbe iHNialniji Jfrrinr. ascribed to Gladstonif, was In
spired but not urilten bv hint.
The lrorid correspondriil Willi Garibaldi, at An:
ten, telcsrapb, on the lOlli, tbat Ibe rapidity of Ga
ribaldi's tnovrknen's is Illimitable; forty-cii;ht hours
alter orders tu quit Dole, his ubolc force wasin jhis
srslon of the Department of the Sjcne-ct-Lolre.
The first Lrgiou is now armed with Kaulllnl new
Spencer rifles, jut arrived from tbe Untied States.
Toots. Nov. 14th. Advice from Lyons show that
tbePru-siansareatdvaucinj; steadily lu tbd East.
They are now at Dole. ' " ,
Garibaldi t now at Cbacnr, where Is also the
(teneral. with an rUeclire forte. Il Is supposed tbe
luo armiva Hi join and resist the further advance
of the enemy.
.The work of fortlfilriir Lyons continue. Tbe
heights about the clty'an'srrcally strcoctbcncd. The
National Guards are mainly etuptoTed on tbe work.
Dcsliatches fruui Lille anuounqp that the Prussians
arc near Lafe.
An enzaimacnt occurred on Sundav between- tbe
Gardes Mobile aud th enemy near Evreux. Tbe
Frcuch were successful, drlvinc the enemy with loss.
Elections were lieW at Marseilles yesterday.
Londov November 14th. Much snow bas fallen
lately ia tbe northeastern part of France.
The Prussians cap tared the tawns of Isle Tier. Le
Duubs and Otersal. In tb Department of Aubt. After
a brief skirmish, tb mubile. wbo were in possession
af the towns, retired to tbe southward.
Vehjiiilij. November 14th. General Von Dcr
Taan, in bis afieial report to headquarter bere, an
nounces tbat in Ibr battle bsfere Orleans on the Sth be
lost forty -two aSer and S6? men killed and wound
ed. Tbe French admit tbeir lota nas 5,000,
BnrssELS. November 141b. The Ueljrtan Govern
ment is negotiatior. witb fte authorities at Tours' aud
Paris to prevsnt tbeinuodationot.aiarsh lands around
Dunkirk. Tb French military authorities hml an
ticipated this step as a tocaas uf defense aptiust tbe
Prussians ; bat Dunkirk is so near tbe Belgian frorv
tier that Belgium brself would b the greatest suf
ferer. It is thought the uegotiatient will be success
ful. Tores. November Htb. The Bavarian prisoners
recently brought tu Tours have been sent to L Isle-en-Daden.
in tbe Department of tho Hautc-Uaronne,
by special trains.
The French authorities bare removed the buoys and
lights from tb entrance of Naboon Hirer, in their
colony on the western eoait of Africa.
Ablos, Beleiatn. Nor. 13. Thinnville was bom
barded by lb Prussian i. Fires broke out in couse
qeence. and on Saturday -the entire town seemed
burainc- a
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SYDNEYJTWEEDS!
M'COLGAN & JOHNSON,
IVXoxroIan m t Tailors !
TT7'OULI) most respectfallr inform the
I f CitixeDS of UonoIaJa mnd the IfLanJf generally,
thatt tbey bare
Just Eeceived per City of Melbourne.
A very cboiee and uretl-i elected Stock or
Cloths and Cassimeres
Conshling of
Sydney Twee-If , from the celebrated Steam Mills of
0. B. Ebswortb, These goods we cao safely recom
mend to planter! and others for durability.
Light and Dark Gray English Tweeds, good pat
terns; Esglisb. French and German Black and Blue
Broadcloths aud Doeskins; Linen Dsek asd Drills,
Marseilles, and in fine
A Whole Line of Tailors' Coods !
ATbicb we are prepared to sell
As Clicap nil ibe Cheapest!
3 AH Clothing manufactured by us guaranteed
a good lit asd well shrunk.
Orders from tb other Illan 1 ' iudly solicited jed
promptly attended to. 46 31c
Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED hereby forbids ail
persons trespassing or pasturing horses or other
animals on the LAND OF KANAKA O, in South ETo,
na, .Hawaii- If any estrayi are foond on tbe (aid
land tbey will be dealt witb according to law.
f 5-3te MOSES BARRETT.
JR
TOR SALE.
"VNE-FIFTir INTEREST in tbe HAIKU'
J SUGAR PLANTATION. For lerm inquiie si
at a J -
IDC UtaUCrislaCa
4C Zto
M. B. BECKWITU.
AUMON" SALES. AUCTION SALES. a
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4i .' am.
P jUr ADAiMS & WtjtsJniflPfjra e r CS. it.VRTOVV'.
THIS DAY?
WEDIJESpAY, . - -i0V. 30th,
At lO A. .11., nt Snlca Knotu,
A Largs Aitorttaeut of
Dry.Coods,
Clothing,
: Groceries, &e
.ALSO,
a,
A Splendid Lot of Choice Trees!
CanrVitlng of....
Araucarta Ceokel, or Kew Caledonia Pine,
BidweM's Arauearia,
Cunnln-haaia Lanceolata. a new and If autiful
conifer, aad other rata plants.
45
ADAMS .1 WILDEn.,Aucl'rs.
Administrators' Sale
OF
FURNITURE, ETC.
By order of tbe Administrators of the Bslata of Iler
late Majesty Queen Dowager It. K.
KAPAKUHAILI,
ON FRIDAY, .... DEC. 2d
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Ecxiaeace of Iter late Majesty, Palace Walk,
Will b Sold at Tublic Auction,
A LARGE LOT OF SUPERIOR
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE!
..AS roixows
llalr Clotb Sora and Chairs. Easy Chairs,
Inlaid Centre Table. Large Mirrors,
Clock and Stool. Vases. Ueditead hi Bedding,'
Elegant Wardrobes, Tablet,
Secretary, Extension Table. BrufseVt Carpets,
Crockery and Glassware. Trunks, Tubs,
Calabashes, Silver and Plated Jea Sets
Silver ii n d IMtttcd IVttrc,
....AXD
A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES
ALSO. AT 12 O'CLOCK M0X,
One Elegant Barouche
One Good Family Carriage,
Set of Harness, etc., 'etc.
4S ADAMS A WILDER, Auct'rs.
R.eTilar SiSile.
TUESDAY, -
AT 10 A. M.
Y Xiorgo
- DECEMBER. 6th
AT SALES ROOM,
ortmont
Dry Goods,
Clothing',
Groceries, &c.
ALSO
Household Furniture !
a
Baiy Chairs, Bedsteads, Bedding, Chairs, eto., eta
- AND
One Horso, Buggy -and Harness.
ADAMS A WILDER. Auct'rs.
SUGAR PLANTATION
AT AUCTION.!
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10,
At IS 31., nt Siilf ICooiu.
all orrin
The Sugar Plantation
WILDER' S PLftHTATIDNI
Situated in
Koolaupoko and Koolauloa, Island of Oahn,
COMPRISING THE a
Lands of-Kaava,
Kualoa, and
Hakipuu,
Of which Lands tber are 3245 Acres- lielll lit
IVe faiiitlile, and about 1S00 iferes. iriLca'le,
wbieb bas Jj years to run. Together with' all tbe
Buildings,
Machinery;,
Tools,
j0f all descriptions.
HORSES, MTTlfJAHTS, Etc., Etc.
S -
THEaBUILDINGS COMPRISE
I Stone-Sugar House, Shingled Roof,
140 ft. by to ft., with L part 100 ft. by 30.
One Stone Blacksmith and Carpenter Shop,
O . 12 S T O It 12 ,
SAT SIX STOKE AND GRASS HOUSES, FORI LABORERS.
Trash. House, Etc.
ONE DWELLING HOUSE,
With Appurtenances, at Kualoa.
Compriiicg Cottages, Kitchen, Store Houses, Rath
House, Xatire House, Carriage House,
Stables, etc., etc.
One Dwelling House with Appurtenances
AT. KAAWA.
THE MACHIJiEKY COMPRISES
ONE IRON MILL!
4 feet by I t inches.
One 46-Horse Power Engine.
One Multitubular Boiler. 101 3-inch tubei, 6 feet by
15 feet.
Tao Flue Boilers, 3 feet by IS feet.
Three Steam ClariSers,
Oce Train' oi Kettles.
One Copper Worm Steasi Pan,
Qn Copper Pipe, JlcOney's
ClarlSer, nted at a Strike Pan,
One Joice Pump,
One pair Centrifugals, with Engic asd
Boiler Complete,
Fifty Cooler!, etc., etc.
The Tools Comprise Fifteen Ox Cartsf
Together with
Chains, Ox Yolfen, PIotts,
Asd all tbe Tools properly belcsgisg tu a fintclxii
Plantation. There ar on the placa
00 Yoke of Working Oxen,
About 200 head of Cows, .
Calves, and Steers,
AH sf which haTe been railed imitbeslinJ fro a ia
parted stock.
Tbe Place is well fenced, and bas about seres milef
of itase walL There is also about -
iiiSr kiuuAH iu Et lAfttfl mtm icah.
I Wrb abore Plantation will be ocred luMect to cer-
I nl -Tl .t. - 1 J. t . M.,i.
Eliteral. . .f '
fTot'further lartieuUrf , Inquir of
I Z1, ADAMS t WILDEB, Auctioneer. 6
'Sll.Gl AT SALES kt4.H UF C. sijUKW.
I aaaapV.U
ON THURSDAY, DE0EMBI1 1st
AT JfaJJCLOCK A. M., WILL BE SOLO. I'
j ,
w a
Kemsernt Oil.
r Casts Sardine
General Asswrnwst if Meri&A
-tannaaw-v u.k o.
BARTOW, Auctioneer.
lOR SALE
'THK COTTARK niAv'n
aacnaHnanai
FOKTE. beloniinato MADAMRnAlt.
AXDLNI, Apply to
C. S. BARTOW.
THJEO. II. DAVIES
0Tox-e for JSnXo
The Well Assorted Cargo
OF THE
1ARK " CASTLEHOW,"
Just Arrived From Liverpool I
consisting of almoit all descriptlosi of
GENERAL ilIERCIIAXDISE & UtACNINERT
....A.ND....
Expressly Solectod for this Market.
Cotton Coods:
Fine Clalii and Pink Pad Prists,
Madder striped Cambrics of tba newest ityias,
Canary ground Orange and Green Fancies, and
An assortment of beautiful Dren and Fatnitur
Chintics. Horrocks' wid anj narrow whit
Long Cloths of rarioul qualities,
Tbe well-known "Family White Shlrtlnj,"
Fin Cotton Drills and Twills, gray and whit.
Heary Domostlci, Hcary English Dcsimi.
Linen Coods:'
White, Brown and Cream Drills of various pat'm,
. Blouse Linen, Fins Holland, Whit and Cream
Russia Sheeting, a fin assortment of plain anil
Fancy Muslins, Lappets, Cronoren,
Harness asd Leno Curtains, etc., etc,
WATER-PROOF TWEEDS S FINE CRIMEAN SHIRTS,
Heary Worsted Ponebos a variety of colon.
t) uite anu tuna r lannel or various n,naliut.
niacK uuung. rise ureen noolen Clcta
PeRin Llotb, Handsome Sofa Itar.
BRUSSELS CARPET a rarietr of Datterna?
i i.vu uiiri aiuaii irom o lo,iyu,wia,
cf ratiouidjjlgaj.
Leather and Rubber'Betting. Houan-ytlt,
SbtathingTelt, Merchant NaryXanfajr, -
Bagging, Twin and Manila Cordsfe-
A Small Invoice ofttpntry,
John Oosccll t Co's Perfumeryjffl -v.
Brushes and other, to'ilat requisites,
Gossaca'a Eneuah Roan.
pi nni, ftir m ftTt, .... .
Hockln's CrocoHos Oilmen's Star
Taisih'a Jams asd JB1e,
Crushed Reused Sugar.
Currants la Bar-aais, ,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ALES, LIQUORS S WJMS,
Ind, Coope A Co's Pal Ale. .
Machen A Co'.- Celebrated XXX Stout,
Dunville'i V R Wbiibey and "Shamrock" Whis
key, in oases aud quarter easks,
Mjrlcjle'l and Ilennesiey't Brandy,
Genevaain cases and baskets,
Glagcr'WIoe, Demarara and Jamaica Ram,
Ruinart's and Perricr's Champagne,
Very Superior Old Port. D O hrry.
Pale Amontillado Sbery, etc., etc.
ASSORTED SIZES OF
BAR IRON,
Hoop Iron
Fence Wire, bright and itaplet. Mm
Slack Coal asd ."tram'Coi
al.
W. I A. MAC0.VirS STEAM CURIFIERS t IRON COOLERS.
S-
FAMILY GROCERY. AND FEED STORE.
New Coods !4NewftCodsJ
i
DAILY EXPECTED
I3 ox- IVIosea Taylor,
GOLDEN GATE EXTRA FAMILT FLOUR,
Fresh Graham Flour,
CrackedjWTicat, Oatmeal,
- 'Fresh Callfurnla Oats,
Sacks New Bran.
Bags Wheat for Chicken Feed,
aae new ruiaiuca,
t Cases Silrer-akln Onloni,
1
Case Cream Cbcese.
.aiav. Tin Crarkeu and
J ". Cakea, asa'd klnda
Cases and qrca.tialoon Bread,
Boxes BrstWbl!eJl!accaroc!,
CbolccStreak Bacon,
Fresh Walnnt and Almonds,
- Fresh Dried Peaches.
Cases Sparkllog Gelatine,
Maple Sunrak, JU
""Cists Green Pen,
" r Cases Cal'a Lard, Wa"
C '4 Cal'a Golden Sirup
Kegs Choice Cal'a DsIryjBnttfr, f r
Cases Llltlti.N'eckasma,
Cases Split Peas, 4
Botcs Frcah Applet, ae., ac
AlHC?,
aT-ULErt Hoooivori
Per Ship 'Ceylon' From Boston !
Cases Portland Packing Co'. Celebrated Sugar Corn
Cases Lewis ,fc Bros. Tomato Ketehup,
Case Lewis & Bros. Sausage- Meat
FOR SALE LOW, BT
tt-if I. BARTLETT.
For Eent or Lease.
THAT VERY Desirable Ilesidence,
o. 105 Nuusnu Street. Apply ta
JAMES S. LEMON.
25-
FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED STORE!
FOB.aAIE3 !
TT I1EINC MV'IJiTE.tTIO.V TO LEAVE
X tbls Kingdom, I offer for sal th sioTa-mentioncd
Establishment, comprising
The Large and Well-Assorte. Stool,
Store Pixturei, and
Lease of Premises'!
Horse and "Wagon,
wrrn the....
ENTIRE INTEREST AND GOOD WILL
Of tbe BhsIuchs.
Information in respect to tbe business and terms of
isle will ba furniibed to any raiponiibl parties, la
quiring with tbe intention of rurcbasisg.
tllmc I: BARTLETT.
Ex lolanT from Bostn.
aaar S - .r
yfyQ "BAJiKF.LSiir'JtlMi: I'OKK,
afesr- Bedford C.'na'Whale Boats, 3H SeaC,
a
Cases Bomb Xaaaea, So. I and a,
-few Betaaarat Wttatsi Line,
Zkan, Toawlc trtmc, Hcaryjsca Boots,
One'lnaVr'a'
connatt,
200
eHrerS
Hew Oil CMks !
Try Pots.
For aata tajr
E. HACdJKLD & CO.
33-mc
m0 Jor falfj
THE LAND OF ADA CKE A, NORTH XOXA,
Hawaii, near ta Kaila. Also tb laraa. Saaac
T i r t, .,..t.H ac.-.tt i ... . nr.,
trso
4uu w, ,1 a kkik. 4j iwa... -Hi. auw
iCattltLRaseb on Haw
For particulars aaaij ta
.Af ril 2Stb, 1879 li-tf
.aii.
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