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HONOLULU, DECEMBER IS, 1570.
&BaH botw k tmx as ifac whaling interests
WtiMm'. if abtwtaag U a etxe, and a general
JMhtg imrailt am g Ike meretinnU tbat it hoi not
la Q I (a Utmmr ;m. eo allowing far the
aaaakar f sals Tau n earned Uj the lew pries-
mf ail. taw laiga naaiair of Tctrela gaing home, and
taC Cjaamtitj af pmaftaan faait mt far ikifta' aaeount.
Tka latter has eaaaad a Ion to thaw who proTided far
, aa will. B laaabt. be the meant of
tka watwttatwn of raah articles at Beef,
Tfra haa i j rnrar that Ware praalkd far tbe ait
at sill bare pot back plantation business, aod but
hatia af acaa af aaaan fras earn forward as
i a taaataej to make Uin&ew
Va atoll hare but Kute togar U ship bafare
tar Oar (agar baaiaaw Uw coining Tear
arc proaaUins; than for serosal jean past ;
bawiim aa ataeh on aeeaant of AOJ adranee in
agist) at 'h araaaal Ubm. bat the prvtpeeu for a batter
far ajapanag of the ranom grade in
Haratofora, aor chief tasrkct bai
fcaaa 8mm ruanlmi when oar choice finalities bare
fair prieaa, white oar dark and mod rem
u ill id. Setae of oar dark rjgars
it ta Karapa, tbia Tear. hw tutted fully 1 cant
r Baa I'laaeMW prises, and tbat cent to
ad Sydney from li to 2 cents per
Ve kaanr tka naj do Bellies attendant apon mak-
i ia ear toaftisas rahitwni. hiug keeame
I aad ways sf California, bat
aw leers at eatf fesead' oat that tbat market doa
Ba fuj al tit T waoao do leeeh batter elsewhere.
It is prattj wall Battled that felly half of the coming
eager crap "gl f either ta Australia, Raw Zealand,
or Earepe.
The Wk OeeMt it aeeet de. and wKh a e ban go of
arked wa aeay leek for her in a day or two.
tM bear Nbrth Star sail for Sao Franeiseo on
j.aad tbe Lore Peacock for Port Towiuend,
i lakiag amall aargee af prodaee.
AKIMV12I).
grew UUa. tnm Walslae.
SUar SHaees. treat Wiadwardaartt.
n gili Itn T r
KHar icli .frae. HraaL
UJ-afcew Bab , tB KaaaL
Tl gall lali Tki i f - Kaaal.
SA1I.HO.
c T-Mar jfcR anaa. fa; JlaaJ.
I Maa Wlakaa. aarneflae.
. aa wa. ahaCia unless Mawlaad, Hiawm, ar.w Bed
Ur Asa whka 'him, KaUr, toualii .
aat wa aa Man, jaruesia. lecraa.
BVr C. . Want. Ricxman. for Oeuui Ii. .
aaiwkbk Ja Write. Dean, tacndM.
Star Ka KM. (or MaaL
acar rriaor far StawmM.
er arr. fur Hawaii.
W fcarahaaaaawaL tsr fan Ian
guar glhaai, w EaaaL
M aiaw Aaata. iar '
Schr Lake, tar IlawalL
ear Kettia Morrm. far Maai.
ear Waiala. fjr Paalaa.
Sear bate, tor Wakdaa.
IMSSIWSIIS.
gar waaeib.. parC at- Watd. PecM. BeaJ. llaMattatd,
Sea. niiawnl, A. Edwardt, baa'l tiroaa, Looia lUcull.
iiXl'UH'VS.
Par Hew fcafiril.ptrCmWia. KowUad. Iiee. 8.
Iara.ja LaWiglaak. bale 4
OaVtwfcfCBBi alatWaalibaa, Ike 1e,a
Vataa ajrekm proao tlT.W2.07
Par Ka Mtara. per BenjaaUa CanajiBfa, lMe. .
OH, (waljnOU aa,USWhalooar. Ik 16,000
I aad atone.
m.ilBM
Vecl.
laarjt.aka MOa.Slaah. bkk 11
Tatea ftratga ,-wnarr fl,7a,M
arOaaaala, parC at War. Dee. 10.
atoef.aMa SMPark.Ub s
ma. ra lWiea.1ha 1.MD
rv. kaai ts aad aandrr aaMll itna.
Tataa Jaanwfc prsdaca fI.oaz.0D
Tadaw tareifa pradare 48108
Pfceeat f tfaa Xoon for
Saeeaber, 1870,
r CAR.
09014X0 MEAN TIME.
BacTth, rati Vewa....
4 08 mi
10 4
1 JSiH
6TiM
..kltra
.. 11 ..
.. 17 ..
..S1 ..
.. it ..
.. ss ..
..... .Sao 8e.
W Baa gets
.. Seagate
.. Baa gate
M .San acta.
Stat,aeaUaa Saa 8eU
Tu Wadea- PbMtatlon was aold on Satardav to
Or. Jm&& for tlS.000, and tbe cattle, imiaemtnte,
ate, UC a Barri for t4000.
Tmami WhkHf i My Mmrtme JtmOMn, w learn
tbat tke tJ. S. 8araac, Con. Tajlor may be ex
pectag ben horn 9an Fraotraco about tire Soil or
tu.
Tn Ataetkaa bark Xabol), with astorted mer
ebaadiar lo C. Brewer A Co.,l6overdnebinalxiut
lit dayaoat froai Roaton.
Tte acbooner a 11. Ward raik-d ii Saturday wltb
iaill it, Ac. for the Gaano IsUi.df, ifler bavlnp
bera dttilaoi a few day bej-oixl ber time for sailing
by tbe rceeot Baeertaia Heather.
Tbb bark Cooiet, now folly due, is 41 days out
I tbia port, baTinc sailed from here on the after.
i of Nov. Id, bat from tbe present appearance
of tbe aeatberabe may not be looked for till there
taacJamage.
Maaoic. On Monday ereninp, Stli Ins!., at the
teralar meeUng of "Hairailan" Lodge Xo. 21, F. &
A II.. tltr annaal election took nlarr. tihtrh rrn!l.
ed : tbe election of the folio wtnR offlccra for tbe 1
eaaaine; jear: A. F. Judd, IV. M. ; Geo. Williams,
. w. : J Rett, J. W.; C. T. Gulick, Secretary ; F. A.
Scbactrr, Treasurer.
Toft 8alx. Tlx- brig Kamehameba V, recently
raifBint: to tbe tjoano Iafands, and formerly known
as tbe celebrated Baltimore clipper Zor, which was
aeeof the pioneer packets between tbis port and
San Franrisro anil rained a high reputation under
tbe .command of Capt. James Smith by her quick
paajiajLj i, will be sold by Messrs. Adams & Wilder
og Saiaioay mn.
Tag Rootx Tkovps. Mr. Frank Jones' benefit
was nirp!y at leaded, and tbe aadience were de
Ifatsatc, as asnal, with Ibe fine performance or the
Kaaaii Troerpe. On Saturday evening next Mr.
KH0haiiataa ocew.1L for which we bespeak a good
Tula rammnr nf mlntrflc iti,.rvp u-i.1t
oTtlpne,andwearejEIdtosthattheIrenlcr-
i have been liberally patronized.
Auctions. To-4av,C. S. Bartow offers at his Sales
lloom aad tomorrow at tbe store or II. Uackfeld &
Oov, a bHfce and ratted assortment of dry goods,
dotblnc;, groceries, etc On Friday Messrs. Adams &
Wilder sett a fine assortment of goods tit the store
ofilessrs. iioffschlacger Co. On Saturday evening
Btftom sells a very choice selection of fancy articles,
sqeb as pcrtnmrry, dresses, toys, brduzts etc. eje
Oaibaiuy a Urge trade sale will be held by Bartow
.at tbe store of Messrs. P. A. Schaefer fc Co., and on
Tpetday Adams A Wilder sell an assortment of dry
goods and etc, at their Sales Room.
Burglaries. -Tbe liook store of Mr. H. M. Whit
nry was broken Into onjriday night last. The par
ty or partlea, got Into the building by forcing open
the back door. They also forced tbe lock Ota desk
"which stood near the door, where they found npth
Ing except a few coins, oi no great value other than
as curiosities. The Office or Lewcrs A Dickson was
also vl!tcfrHr00atilr by the same lotions on the
morning' of the 5tb insL Nothing however was
missing, but It was thought from the appearance of
things, that the burglars were disturbed In their
searr.i lv the person who opened the t lore, and who
arrived unutually early that morning. The police
have several suspicious parties nridcr scrvelllance,
tothat we do notlbinlythisgariie will have k chance
of 'being practiced much longer. ' ' -
rMMargaav
Evening Sales. Mr. C. S. Bartow advertises a
sjle for next Saturdavvenins, of ornatnenlal and
fancy goods, Imported expressly for holiday presents,
and on Wednesday evening, 21st instant, a sale of
watches, rlups, charms and other valuable jewelry,
suitable for Christmas presents. On Friday evening,
2Sd Inst., he will offer a large and superior assort
ment of dolls and other toys, suitable for Cbrismas
presents for the children.
Fon Austhalia. We notice tbat the clipper
schoouer Margaret Crockard is laid on the berth
again for Melbourne direct. Sticleftbereduringtbc
tatter jurt of July last, with a cargo of Island pro
duce, which she landed at tbat port In splendid
order. She returned to this port with a cargo of
coal from JJeneasllc. The bark Castlehow is adver
tised to load Tor Sidney. Both vessels will be des
patched uy Theo. II. Dtiies, Esq. Our business
connection with Australia is certainly Improving.
Tun prospects are that the whaling fleet "ill he
unusually small next spring, from the fact that the
majority of the whalers are bound to tbe westward
to cruise between seasons, nnd many ot them Intend
recruiting In tbe spring at Tokohima or other ports
in Japan. Tbe Guir of California, which in forme
yean was the favorite whaling ground " between
Biasons," has now become in the opinion of whale
men, like tbeOcbotrk, about "plajed out"
An Accident, which nearly resulted in a lively
time for our fire department, occurred ou Thureday
evening last on Beretania street, in a small wooden
bouse occupied by natives, w ho at the time happened
to be out. They had left a' kerosene lamp burning,
which from some cause got upset and set fire to the
house. The fire was rapidly spreading when It "as
discovered by a neighbor la time to prevent what
in lent have proved a serious conflagration.
Tiie JlitxiAiiD Echo is the name of a sprightly
little 6heet which Is received here regularly. It is
published monthly In San Francisco by Slrahlc &
Co., tbe celebrated billiard table manufacturers, and
contain an amount of valuabH-inforinatlon for pro
fessionals ns well as amateurs, seldom found in
any other journal in the billiard interest. The
Etho is now iu its teventh number and is iurnishell
to home subscribers at fifty cents a year. It can be
obtained through any of our news dealers.
We notice that -Mr. Thrum lias made a change in
tbe clisrges between Honolulu and Couutry sub
scribers lor the various papers and periodicals sold
byblm. Thl.i? perfectly jut, as our readers will
see that on papers sent to country subscribers, he has
Jo pay a postage of one cenj on each, making on
neeVly papers an extra expense on his part of 52
cent per year. The postage on pamphlets is in pro
portion, so that It will he seen that If they are sold
reasonably In the first place, he cannot afford to
supply them through the mail at the same rates that
he can from Ids store.
A TTi-oar.ArniCAL Elinor, in the communication
In our last iue, headed " Who discovered the Ha
waiian Islands J" seems to have created considerable
consternation iu the minds (?) of the Itemlzer of
the A the r titer, and a correspondent of the same pa
per. Now, to print "board" instead of "laurel,"
Is a moat singular error or the types. We never
beard before that Cnpt. Cook bad any boards ou his
brow, and presume he has none, any mote than the
itemlzer and correspondent-above mentioned have
shihgia on theirs.
Some contemptible wretch entered the premises
of Mn J. S. Lemon on Thursday night last, and
made bis way to the stable; not being able to get In
he went to the window, ihich is protected by
Iron bars a few inches apart, near which a favorite
carriage horse was standing, nnd through the win
dow made an attempt to do the anitnaj serious in
Jury with a knife. Fortuuately bo only Inflicted a
iWht gash a'croee the ribs, as the horse was standing
too far from tbe iniudow to allow the miscreant to
fully accomplish his design. Wc hope he will be
discovered and meet the punishment which such nn
act deserves.
XawFtJUU By notice in another column it will
be etcn that Messrs. A. W. Judd and J. S. Laytou
having puichased from Mr. Barlicft the cntlie stock
of groceries and provisions ot the Family Grocery
Store, will carry on the business, at the old stand
under the firm name of Judd A l.nton. The popu
larity of the members of the new firm guaraulecs to
them a proetwrous business career. Mr. Layton
has had a long experience In the business In the
same establishment, and customers of the new firm
may feel nssurtd that they will he served with as
good Etilli and as promptly na heretofore.
Collision. On Saturday altcrunuu, a nnllvc wo
man was rtdlng along Beretania street, smoking a
large native pipe, to which she seemed to pay more
attention than she did to guiding her animal; on
nearing the corner of Nuuanu street, a native man
with his wife, came driving along iu a light carti
Tbe female on horseback, ttirning the corner quick
ly, ran Info the cart, upsetting the driver Into the
street, and landing bcrsclfin the mud so gently tbat
It did not seem to disturb her smuklng in the least,
as she kept the pjpe in her mouth during the whole
I of the excitement, and finally rode off as if nothing
naiuappeneo. nneni tne parties were injured.
Swindles. People often complain that our coin,
munlty Is rather slow In patronizing anything In the
way of amusements. One reason probably "for their
being so Is because parties have come here and ad
vertised entertcrtalntneiits as was the case a few
months since with parties who advertised largely
for a concert, the accounts for which they forgot to
settle In full which professionally, proved nothing
more than a swindle, and bate done more harm to
legitimate entertainments that hare followed later,
than can be Imagined. Another case' occurred on
Saturday evening last at Buffum's Half, where a spar
ring exhibition was announced to come off, nnd ah
though the majority of those who were to exhibit
were on hand, one of the principals who, by tbe
.way, took the money at the door declined to "come
to lime," and to use a classic phrase, "bilked" both
the audience nnd his companions.
Police Court. Ilex it. J. J. Ikeej. In this case
which was a prosecution for selling spirits without
a license, on Sunday the 4th inst, and which has
been nnder the Magistrate's consideration for some
d"J'' " drtl,iun "as rendered yesterday morning.
The whole testimony adduced was read and com
mented ou, iucluding that ol William Mcrwin who
admitted on cross cxanTinatiun that he bad told
some of the police officers what had occurred at the
tffpondeui'e bouse on the Sunday cveulng, when tbe
I tQlIug complained of had taken place, aud who ad-
mltteil that he expecled some recompense rnr his
j services, although he bad relinquished his legal right
I to a share of any penalty which might be imposed.
I The Court remarked that this witness had been
subject to a searching cross examination by ihe re
i spnndent's counsel in which the witness stated that
! he had formerly been a detective Tor 2 years in
I Mi-lbourne, nod was lately in the employment of
this Government as a Custom House guard on board
I tbe Castlehow, but that counsel haufailed to elicit
anything In his antecedents or conduct to warrant
the Court in discrediting his testimony, seeingtjiat It
wnnrn,ea aaa corroborated l,y both the other
witnesses In urarly all tbe material facts ofthc case.
aud whltfh evidence taken together aud carefully
considered had satisfied the Court tbat the charge
agalnU the prisoner was sufficiently established;
and that from tbe developments which had taken
place ih tbat court, there could be little doubt thai
the respnudrnt had systematically carried on the
business commonly known as sly grog selling one
of the most .mischievous traffics In every commun
ity, and Iho suppression or which Is certainly the
uoundendiilyof-the Police force of thU Govern
ment; more especially as the large sum of ?1000 has
been fixed by the Legislature as the price of a Li
cense to legalise the sale of Spirits by retail and
that lhoso licensed retailers who contribute so
largely lo the revenue ofthc country and who are
deturrtd from selling spirits to the native popula
tion of this and other kindred groups of Islands', and
also to anybody on Sundays, are well dcservlug of
piotectiun against Sly Grog Sellers, who sell to
whom and when they please, in utter disregard of
all law and in derogation of a right so dearly paid
for. That those who embark in such Illicit traffic
do so with theireyes open, and are fully aware of
the consequences of being discovered and prosecu
Jcd, and arc therefore no objects of sympathy.
The-Respondcnt xvas then sentenced to pay the
Penally ol $500, being the amount Imposed by the
stitnte without any descretion or power t)f mitiga
tion In the Courts, with the costs or prosecution,
but declined .to add any of tbe descretionary term of
Imprisonment la this the.firstcauvlctlon against the
respondent.
Royal Hawaiian Theatre. On Monday evening
last. Miss Rose Evans,'in connection with Messrs.
Rayner, JfcIII and Claremont, appeared before o large
and appreciative audience, in the drama of "Lady
Audley's Secret," adapted from Miss Braddou's
novel. Miss Ross Evans, as Lady Audley, appeared
to greater advantage than on any previous occasion ;
the whole interest of the piece centres iu the character
she sustained, and she carried the audience with her
throughout Mr.Hayner's impersonation of Robert
Audley tended in a great measure to the success of
the piece; it was really a finished piece of acting.
Mr. Claremont, as George Taiboys, ond Mr. Ncill
as Luke Marks, were all that could be desired, and
altogether, we must pronounce "Lady Audley's
Secret" a decided success. The afterpiece w-as the
sparkling little comedy of " The Day after tiie Wed
ding," in which Miss Evans apd Mr. Ravner suo
tained the principal parts. It was played in such an
excellent manner that tbe audience were kept in
the greatest good humor throughout, and retired
highly delighted with the evening's entertainment.
Miss Evans will give an entertainment this evening,
assisted by Mr. Claremont,
To tiik Editob Hawaiian Gazette :
Sin: In the Commercial Adcaiiser of Satur
day last. I Sml an editorial item under tffb caption
of" It Can't be D.o.e,'' referring to the practica
bility or the steamer Kilauea touching at Kauna
kakui harbor, Molokai, on lier trip to and from
the Windward Islands. The item in question is
a criticism of. apd a reply to, a communication on
the same subject, signed ' Molokai," which ap
peared in the Gazette on Wednesday last.
Having, probably, a wider and better acquaint
ance, not only with the Island of Molokai but
with all the islands: of this group their coast
lines us well as their population 'and resources
than the responsible or irresponsible writer for
tbe Advertiser, I beg your permission to show
that its peremptory " can't be done " is hasty,
faulty, ill-tempered and unworthy of a journal that
pretends to advocate the development and in
crease ol the agricultural interests in this country.
The Advertiser says that stopping at Kauna
kakai would detain the steamer several hours to
send her boat ashore, etc., and that tbe freight
and passengers obtained would not pay for the
fuel consumed during such stoppage. Such a
dictum is very superficial, to cull it by no harsher
name. There is a good whaleboat and scow
at Kaonakakai, and if more were required, more
would undoubtedly be put on by those whose in
terests would be subserved thereby. The steamer
can be seen from Kaunakakai almost as soon as
she leaves Labaina, in clear weather, and is al
ways in sight for an hour or more before she
passes the harhor ; so that there is ample time to
bring freight and passengers outside to meet her,
and the only detention would be the time required
to unload the boat and scow. As to the amount
of freight and passengers to be obtained at Ka
nnakakai, they cannot of course be estimated to
an exact figure beforehand ; their growth and in
crease depend upon, and are stimulated by, the
frequency, regularity and comfort of the inter
island conveyance. But thosu ho know -the
island best, and its capabilities, will not accuse me
of overstating the thing, if I estimate tbe passen.
gersat from 12 to 20 per week, besides horses,
cattle, sheep, hides, fish, salt, butter, p.ii-ai, and
market prpduce of various kinds. There is al
ready a practicable cart-road between Puiiko and
Kaunakakui. and it would doubtless be iniproied
weru the steamer to touch regularly at the latter
place.
So far, it is toletably plain to most people who
understand anything about it, that the steamer's
touching at Kaunakakai on her down-trip, occur-
ing as it would do at about 10 o'clock in the
morning, can not only be done conveniently and
expeditiotisly,but with considerable profit as well.
As regards her touching there on the up-tiip, it
would involvo some arrangement about lights at
Kaunakakai, and a change in the present time
table ; but in this, as in everything else, ' where
there is a will there i3 a way," and the way in
this case would be neither impracticable nor ox
pensive. The present captain of the Kilauea is.
or ought to be, well acquainted with the Molokai
coast; and haft the Advertiser asked him or any
other competent coasting captain, 1 have no doubt
that they would have said that it can be done.
With proper lights ashore, and a spar-buoy an
cliored outside the harbor of Kaunakakai, there is
not half the risk, nor need there be as much in
convenience, iu doing night-work off that place
as off such places 113 Kohala landing, Hono
ipu nnd Lahaina, where, according to the time
table, 1 see it is now done. -
The Advertiser'e remarks upon tho style of
" Molokai's" communication are in the happiest
vein of the old regime of that journal ; but as they
are beyond (below) the sphere of criticism to
which I have been accustomed or wish to contend
with, I merely notice them without comment.
A. F.
Miss Evans did not play to a Small bat select
audience" on Friday evening lost, as the Adirrtlser
informed the public last Saturday. There was no
entertainment on that evening ou account of the
unfavorable weather.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HOYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
MISS B.OSB 1:1 VTJJgt,
Assisted by Mr. C. CLAREMONT,
will give nen
SELECT EVENING'S ENTERTAINMENT!
To-Night and Friday,"
SELECTION'S FROM HAMLET,
A CONJUGAL LESSOX,
LORD MACAULEY.S BATTLE ON THE BRIDGE, & BURLESQUE
ENGLISH HAMS,
HAMS,
IN FIXE ORDER,
For Sale by- (4S 2tc) IIEXItT MAY.
THEY ARE ALL THE RACE
WHEREVER OFFERED FOR SALE 1
AND
THOS. &. TSK.TJM
HAS SECC1U3D THE IVHOIjE I.VVOICE
OF
Photographs of over 50 Eminent Persons
OF.EUROPEAX XOTE.
ALSO
OVFR 100 LARGE PHOTO VIEWS, 12 BY 15, OF
HOLY LAND. iUROPE AiJD JAPAW.
Which are offered singly or by the dozen.
ALSO
Photographs of the Carandini Troupe.
Look out for Holiday novelties oon.
4S-3te
HONOLTJLTT IRON WOEKS GO.
OX AND AFTER -JANUARY :
our prices for Iron wilt be aj follows :
1870.
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FIVE CEXTS PER FOUND-
Light & Medium Bar Iron.
FIVE-AND-A-HALF CENTS PER LB.
Clap Trap. .
The Advertiser has art-article in its last
issue, headed "False Pde," that has that
old sonorous sound of empty words without
sense that betrays it as havinsr the usual
fall ring of that paper.A Here is an extract
that may well excite our admiration and
make us wonder, if the writer has not lin
gered in the decade of the Fifties, instead
of passing along with the march of events,
into the Seventies:
"When it is remembered tbat all classes in these
island: look forward to the advent of tbe whalers as
the golden period of tbe year; when money previ
ously locked up, goes freely ;into circulation ; when
mbanics and laborers are in actire demand, when
shop keepers are able to meet their bills promptly
aurj there Is nopilikla about tne money nith which
to paytaxes; when, In short, a general tide of pros
perity sets in upon us, directly from the whaling
fleet" L'
Tliis might have applied with some
force to. the former times, when our mer-.
chante had the agenciesojf the ships, sup
plied the outfits from their stocks, when
the discounts on whalers drafts, were at
figures, that paid for locking up money
throughout a whole year; when the ships
"that recruited here were numbered by the
nunureu, ana their uisnursmcnts by the
hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Those were the times when truly all
looked forward to the fall season, as the
"golden period of the year," but just now
we fail to observe it, as also 4t the general
tide of prosperity that sets in- upon us di
rectly from the whaling fleet' which should
make us shy of commenting upon a busi
ness, that is manifestly deserting our
shores, however much we regret the fact.
The season now 'is so short, and tiie
wants of whalers so few, that not many
shop-keepers can count upon thorn, to " be
able to meet their bills pi omptly," "and
the active demand for mechanics and la
borers " is exceedingly limited.
Wo have no fear of being misunder
stood by our old friends, the captains,
that by reason of developing our resources,
we arc proud of the. fact, that we are ,
able to do without them," that the neces
sary withdrawal of many of their ships
will not drive us to the wall, as it would
have done, had it happened in the Fifties.
Neither have we any fear that tho clap
trap of the above extract, will ever again
pass in our community for any thing more
than what it is worth, or that New Be,d
ford owners will think it any more valua
blc than our own people.
3i,vic.icii:i.
IIAr.KlSO.V CROCKER In Honolulu Dec. 101b, by Rev.
S. C Damon, Capt. J. , llrrijn, Curamaader of Ibe
Steamer Kilanea, to Jlisa Hiel.0 Crocker.
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BURTON In tlih City t Qufins'a Hospital, Dec. 10th,
3Ir. John F. Burton, a naltTe of AnJjTer, Wiodjor, Co., Vt.,
but for Mt eral yearn a resident in Letand, Josephine Co., Ore-
goo. Jecime to Honolulu a fwugenger by tbe laat arrital of
the I(Wt Taylor.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HOYAL HAWAIIAN THE ARE
3J"o3ct Porformanco of
Rogers' California Troupe,
Thursday Evening-, Dec. 15.
Saturday Evening,
BENEFIT OP W. E ROGERS,
On Which Occasion
A Croat Bill will bo Prosontod.
WINES AND LIQUORS!
TX WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT,
X Consisting of :
Holland Gin, in c.i?es, French Cognac in cases.
Old Port and Sherry in cases.
Gen rain e IIck Wine,
. Fine French Bordeaux Wines
French Claret
Genuine Heidsick Champagne !
In quarts and pints.
All of -Khieh are of Snpcrhr.JiiiaHly, and For Sale
IX BONDER DUTY PAID,
i8-lmc At P. A. SOHAEFER t CO'S.
"TOilXEIi of rorcigu Jurors drawn for the
X Janu
uarj Term, A. D.'1S7I, Si" tbe". Supreme
Curt :
J. P. Shields, II. Waterbouse,
It. Uiliiland, P. Dalton, -
D. Foster. . J.'ll. Rogers,
Henry May, C. E. Williams.
Ira Richardson. J. Iiiller,'
C. F. Pfluger, Joseph P. Cooke,
G. W. Norton, a RoVt.Ltve,
E. P. Jd.ims, - P?CE JJhesJr,;
Editard Everett; JPcrrjy
Jame R4pn, M. 3!clnerny,
William Dennett, M. Dcn&eld,
II. A. P. Carter, II. Mclntjfe.
L. McCULLY, Cleric Snp. Court.
Honolulu, Dec. 3d, 1S70. 4S-3tc
TOBACCO, TOBACCO!
A Fine Lot Of Tobacco
LATELY EECEEVED
Ex Bk Stirling, fm New York,
" IN 1-4, 1-2 AND 1-10. ' '
Carefully Selected for the Trade
FOR SALE JXJ30XD Oil DUTY PAID,
48-lme At F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
Black Silk, AlpaccaS Cotton Umbrellas
JUST RECEIVED
Per A. J. Pope, from Bremen,
For sale at reasonable rates, at
Mnie P. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
CHAMPAGNES,
WINES AND
DRAUGHT ALE.
I CASKS HHINE WINE,
t Fire hogsheads Tennant'a'dranghtale :.
tire hogsheads Ilitchinsons draught ale;
Ileidsicks ebampagne, quarts and pints, warrant
ed genuine ; '
Sagot .t iCo's. champagne, quarti and pints, war
ranted genuine;
Jlnisan Pere 4 Fils champagne, quart, warrant
ed genuine. - ' y - ' . J -Just
landed and for tale br ' '
39-3me H. HACKFEI.n i CO
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
MEW
JUST
GOODS!
RECEIVED
PER BARK
A. J. POPE, FR0r.1 BREMEN.
i,so
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK
o?
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Ex Late Arrivals,
For Sale at Reasonable Rates
AND ON
Liberal Terms to Suit the Times
F. A. SCHAUFEK & CO'S.
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NOTSCE.
I lie; to Notify the Vublic ot Honolulu
and tbe Ielandi generally, that I have sold and
transferred to Messrs. A. W. JUDD and J. S. LAY
TON inj entire Stock and Business Interest in thel
ramily Grocery and Feed Store, 7h this city;
the atd sale to date and take 'effect from the 1st of
December tnitant.
Returning my sincere thanks for the previous and
friendly patronage with which I have been f.irored, I
refectfully rceojimend ray successors, and beg for
tbeoi a continuance of the same.
All peraoxis having claims or accounts against me
are requested to present the same tor payment as
H'On as possible, and nil indebted to me will confer
a favor and kindness by settling the same at earliest
convenience, as I intend to leave the country in a
short time. J.B ART LETT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PURCHASED
of I. 11 ART LETT the large and well assorted
Stock of
Crocorics'and Provisions,
In this city, most respectfully beg to request a share
of the public patronage, an,d hope by strict attention
to business to give their customers every satisfaction.
The Best and Choicest Goods in their Line
Wit bo Kept on Hand,
And no pains spared, to make their Stock in all re
spects equal to the best in the city, and their prices
the lowest market rates.
New Goods Constantly Received !
By steamers and mailing vessels from California, the
Eastern States, and Europe.
4S 2to JUT1D A LAVTOX.
300 O-SES OF
VERBLAINJK'S
KEROSENE OIL!
WARRANTED
As Good as Downers,
AS IT HAS KEEN FAIRLY TESTED AND
found to give entire satisfaction.
For Sale iu Quantities to Suit Purchasers
AND AT LOW IIATKS, AT
JS-lm F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
SYDNEY JT WEEDS I
M'COLGAN & JOHNSON,
IVEc i" ola 2Qt Tailors !
WOULD most respectfully inform the
Citizens of Honolulu and the Islands generally,
that they hare
Just Received per City of Melbourne,
A very choica and weil-sclected Stock of
Cloths and Cassimeres
Consisting of
Sydney Tweeds, from the celebrated Steam Mills or
0. B. Ebsworth, These goods wo can safely recom
mend to planters and others lor durability,
Light and Dork Gray English Tweeds, good pat
terns; English, French and German Black and Blue
Broadcloths and Doeskins; Linen Duck and Drills,
Marseilles, and in fine
A Whole Line of Tailors' Goods !
Which we arc prepared to sell
Ax Clicap ah 1I10 Clic:iicst!
All Cluthinir manufactured by us cuarantced
a Md lit nod well shrunk.
Orders from the other Islands kiDdly solicited and
promptly attended to. 4Q ;jto
THEO. II. DA VIES
OfTox-s for JStilo
The Well Assorted Cargo
OF THE
BARK " CASTLEHOW,"
Just Arrived From Liverpool I
consisting of almost all descriptions of
fiKNERAL MERCHANDISE 4: HAl'lIlXERF
...AND....
Expressly Selected for this ftlarket.
Cotton Goods:
Fine Ulafii and Pink Pad Prints,
bladder strired Cambrics of tbe newest styles,
Canary ground Orange and Green Fancies, and
An assortment of beautiful Dress and Furniture
Chintres. Horrock' wide and narrow white
Long Cloths of rarinus qualities.
Tbe well-known Family White Shirtiog."
Find Cotton Drills and TwilK grey andwbite.
Heavy Domestics, Heavy English Denims.
Linen Goods:
White, Brown and Cream Drills of rarious pat'ns,
Blouse Linen, Fine Holland, White and Cream
Itu 5sia Sheeting, a fino assortment of plain and
Fancy Muclins, lappets, CroMoter,
Harae?? and T.eno Curtain?, etc.. etc.
WATER-PROOF TWEEDS & FINE CRIMEAN SHIRTS,
Heavy Worsted Ponchos a variety of colors.
White and Blue Flannel of various qualities.
Black Lasting. Fino Green Woolen Cloth,
PeMn Cloth, Handsome Sofa lines.
BRUSSELS CARPET a variety of patterns.
FLOOR OIL-CLOTII from C to j yd wide,
of various designs.
Leather and Rubber Belting, Rooting Felt,
bnealning felt, .Merchant .Navy Canvas,
Bagging, Twine and JIanila Cordage.
A Small Invoice of" Stationery,
John Gosnell Co'g Perfumery,
lira-tics and other toilet requisites,
GossageV English Soap.
Hockin's Croceries & Oilmen's Stores
Tainsh'f Jams and Jellies,
Crushed Refined Sugar,
Currants in Barrels,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ALES, LIQUORS S WINES,
Ind, Coope 4 Co'a Pale Ale,
JJachen A CoV Celebrated XXX Stout,
Danville's V R Whiskey and "Shamrock" Wb.ll
key, in eases and quarter cAsks,
Martcl'e'a and Hennessey's B"ridy,
Genera, in eases and baskc'
Ginger Wine, Dewarara an. aica Ram,
Ruinart'f and Perrier's Chaiupane.
Very Soperior Old Port, D 0 Sherry,
Pale Amontillado Sbery, ete., etc.
ASSORTED SIZES OF BAR IRON,
Hoop Iron , Fence Wire, bright and itaplet,
tuefc uoal and fcteam Coal,
W. & . MACOMFS STEM CUBlFr,S I IftM C80IIR5.
-IS-e 4t
For Sale !
PESTWALLSEND STEAM HOUSE COAL,
X) jUso a lot of second hand fitVSneSt. Apply lo
April Mto, 18,0. 15-tf W, L. GREEN.
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AUCTION" SALES,
By ADAiMS & WI LD1R.
LARGE CREDIT SALE!
ON FRIDAY, Dec'r I6th,
At lO A. 31. at tho Sloro or
Messrs. Ed. HOFFSGHLAEGER & CO.,
Where we shall Offer
NEW 4 CHOICE GOODS!
Ex Late Arrivals,
Such as White Cottons and Sheetings,
White and Brown DrilU and Blue Cottons,
, L Blue Drills, Prints, Fine Co'iurgs.
Black Silk Alpacas, Tine Lawns,
Moleskins, Cambrics, Nankins, Scotch Ginghams,
Marseilles, White hinen Drills, -Linep
Duck and Canvas,
Silesia, Elastic Canvas.
Fine Cashmeres and Buckskins,
Bleached and unbleached Linen,
Crash and Diaper Towels, Linen.Kapkins,
Linen Table Cloths, Undershirts.
Socks, Stockings and Gloves,
Gentlemen and Boys' Clothing,
Hats, Hat Frames, Suspenders, Blankets,
Sailors' Woolen Jackets, Handkerchiefs,
JIuo and White Flannel,
. SUIc Embroidered SIiaiTl.o,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS !
Latest style. Plain. Colored A Black Cashmeres,
Jaequards, O-'trich Fcithers, Trimmings and
Braids. Mosquito Netting. Hair-pins, Hair-nets,
India Rubber Chains. Ear Rings. Broaches,
Sewing Cotton, Sewing Silk, Iron Thread,
Linen Thread. Needles, Ac.
Pomatum, Lubin's Hair Oil,
Lubin's Extracts, Eau do Cologne,
Groceries and Drugs,
Umbrellas, Ponchos, Saddles, Girths,
Saddlecloths, Pocket Knives, Butcher Knives,
Hand-saws, Whct-stones, Looking.glasses,
Jcws.harps, Wicking, Matting, Gunny-bugs,
Wrapping Paper, Tobaccc. Also,
At One o'cIocU, V. 31.,
226 Bundles Hoop Iron, 3-4 & 7-8,
Ono Xjvi"so ,V-re o"h or.
With Wooden Stock, about 2,200 lbs.
Fine Rhine Wines, Brandy & Gin,
Tonus Ixilooral.
ADAMS A WILDER, Auct'rs.
BRIG AT AUCTION
On Saturday, Dec'r 17th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON,
Will be offered at Public Auction, the well-known
eT Brig Kamehameha V,
Formerly tho ' Zoe,"
Built in Baltimore, U. S. A., 181 tons burthen, nith
a complete suit of Sails. Anchors and Chains,
and a largo inicntory.
ADAMS A WILDER, Auctioneer.
REAL ESTATE IN KAU, HAWAII.
ON SATURDAY,
Dec. 17, sit 12 LSuVlnck
At Salesroom, we will sell at Public Auction,
That Desirable Tract of Land in Koal
akaa, Kau, Hawaii,
Near the Village of Wainhinu, containing an area
ol 71 acres, .title, lee simple.
ADAMS A WILDER. Auct'rs
TUESDAY, - - DECEMBER 20,
AT 10 A. SI., AT SALES ROOM,
An Assortment of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Grocorlos, cfco.
ADAMS A WILDER, Aucl'm.
CHRISTMAS EVENING SALE
On Thursday Evening, Dec. 22d,
and
Saturday Evening December 24.
Christmas and New Years' Presents!
Particulars in Posters.
. ADAM? A WILDER, Aue'rs.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWS
JUST RECEIVED I
An rl 3?or Solo "toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen & Nuuanu troots.
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARKER. C. WYLIE,"
OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imparted Into tilts Mmrket,
asd wnicn
HE OPFEKS AT H.KASOjrABI,E KATES.
1y
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
THAT THE
MARINE RAILROAD
-Lt To.lxi.ti,
I apraln pHt In WorJJnjc Order.
JJSS .This Railway is capable of taking
Svig. "P Vessels measuring op to iS metres (U8 fu
abt.) of keel.
The draft of water forward most not exceed 2 me
tres 30 centimetres (7J ft. abt.), tbe draft aft calcu
lated at the maximum increase of C centimetres (21
inches) for each metre of keel.
Tbe charges for taking up a Tessel, and staying tbe
same npon the Bailroad, remain the fame as fixed
per tariff of 12th Dec., 1851;
Xiaafaf'Cayt, fa.
Tim dsf. eludlnc tj U
Unseat c
V essel under 100 tons.... Sflf. $18 09 4 Of. $5 00
Vessel from 101 to 200 t'nf.120 2100 CC 12 00
Ves'rfrom201 io 300 "'"ISO' 34 00 $9' 18 00
Vessel from 301 io'40Q 21- 48 00 139 21 00
And bwiies for each tow 1 29 "i2Sc. i
AUCTION SALES.
By C. S. BARTOW.
CREDIT SALE !
BV ORDER OF
Messrs. K. HACKFELD CO.
THIS DAY,
"Wednesday, Dec, 14, at 10 & IT.,
At Sales Room of O. S. llarteir,
AND..r.'
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
AT THE STORE OF MESSRS. H. HACKFELO & CO.,
When will be Sold
A Large & Varied Ass't of Merchandise
...... coMrRisna...
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes
Cordage, Saddlery, and
GROCERIES!
ALSO.
Wines and Champagne !
jHJ- Terms Liberal.
47 C. 8. BARTOW, Auct'r.
inxrcrATi
GRAND CHRISTMAS SALE!
AT BARTOW'S,
On Saturday Evening, December 17th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
A Splendid Assortment of IJscAU and
Ornamental
FANCY ARTICLES,
Just Received, Castlehow,
co!(Jisti!q or
BRONZES, MAJALICA, ELECTRO PLATE,
Clocks, Albums, Fans, Work Boies. Perfumery,
Silk Dresses. Handkerchiefs. Tovs.
SpcaliliiR- Iol!s,
i"ine China & Brixton Flower Pots
For Dinner Table, Lawns and Verandah.
Majalica Garden Seats
Also, a. few Very Handsome
Tortoise Shell and Gilt Glove Rexes!
Large Microscope, Etc., Etc,
C. S. BARTOW, Anct'r.
LARGE SALE AT AUCTION !
OZf A LIBEK-OIi CXUDIT.
ON MONDAY, THE 19th INST.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.;
The Undersigned will Sell at Public Auction, at the
Store of .Messrs. F. A. SCHAL'FBU A CO.,
A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
STOCK OF GOODS,
EX LATE IMPORTATIONS, .
I'i'oiii JGnroiic nnl t'lin United StntcM
E5U This Salo nill ofitr a Sne opportunity to Deal
ers to male purchases, as Goods offered nill be sold
without reserve, and on the most liberal terms, which
will bo made known at sale.
C. S. HARWY", Auct'r.
EVEOTG SALE !
OF
Gold Jewelry and India Rubber Goods.
On Wednesday Evening, Dec. 21,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
AT SALES IIOOJI, WILL BE SOLD,
Cold and Silver Watches!
Gold Klnpt,
Chains, Earrings, Brooches, Albums,
India Robber Goods, French TraTelinj Bags,
Worsted. Work, Jackets, Mantelets A Shawls.
ALSO, AST INVOICE OF
GoldPlated&IvorySleeve Buttons
CHAINS, NECKLACES, RINGS, LOCKETS, SC
ALSO, AS INVOICE OF
ELECANT GLASSWARE I
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
CHRISTMAS EVENING AUCTION,
..OF..
TOYS CL23.CX IDOllM
On Friday Evening;, December 23,
AT 7 O'CLOCK, AT SALES ROOM,
Wni be sold
Tho Larfjcsit nnd moot Complete
Assortment of Dolls,
Erer offered here before.
iESL, From 10,000 to 11,000 nieces will bs sold
without reserre. This will giro a chance to ererj
bodj. Sa. Bare your dimes now in time, and wait for
this enormous and beautiful display.
C. S. BA11T0W, Auctioneer.
FOR SALE I
mTT7.. . TIIE COTTAGE P I A v n
rTY? TORTE, belonging to MADAME CAE-
AND INI. Apply to
45
C. S. BARTOW.
PHOTOGRAPHS !
M. DICKSON has fitted na
Sthe Gallery on Fort Street, east
side, between Kin; and Hotel 8u.,
and is now prepared ta take Pic
tores of any desired strle or site.
jgg Island View for Sale. il-tmc
Licences Expiring in December, 1870.
"DETAIL- OAH0 nonolnlu. 7th, II L Chase,
ill 7tb. E O Adderly, llth, Dr HeKibMn. 13th. Ah
Sam, 31st, C Brenij. KAALAEA 2nd, TsTKao.
PBNALU0 8th, Ahana.- HAWAII, Holaln, Ken
8th, Chew Hon. HALAWA, KOHALA Htb. Ah
.Man. KI1,AI,K0N'A 2tb,AhK. "WAIOHESO,
KAU lit, Chnlan Brothers.
Wholesale Oabu, Honolnla, 27th A W Bojh
i Co. 18t!f. J Kartell.
Ketail Spirits. Oahn, Honolnla, 9tb, R 0IDU
land.
Victualling. WaHnkn, Mani--Jtb, AL - .
Horse. Oaba, Honolnla, 1st, KapehsvNa 13,
1th, Opiopib, No 190, 4th, Katnoa, No 191. '104b,
Ioane Malie No 192, 13th. Pao, N 193,. Xa
liko. No 19,J?lit. Koko, No la I.
For !
THE LAND OF AVATJXXA, SOBTJf XA.
Hawaii, sear to EaUsa. Also ih Uqp.gafear
Uad of HJ HUo iiawaii. Ala an nSaMir
Cattle IhssMh HwiiC Tftf pawtsntiari. mmftk
April 3fc, 17 lS-tf W. V. tuSm.
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