IH RECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS
"WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1870..
Oiuitvai Dat oeearrteg this jot on Sunday,
ZMtir u ktrrky given that Monday, the 2Slh day of
jeaWr nlll be observed at & public holiday.
New Tui'i hit octcrriog Sunday, ne4lce i
hntf p that JteoSliy. Jioairylnd, l!71.wiU be
essservcel as a peelis UMif.
V. W. llcTCiniM,
Xtntrteres" I 1 trior.
Nsrncz Is berewy give Ibat rsuoi bridge will be
etase! 1 trace M aad after TtmrjJiJ the Ulh iU
f s k-e fmtfft refalrs, and remain 0 until tie
wevk ia swreflHia.
Gbd. II. Luce.
14 tpmWi ftSe. Nt. at. 1M.
J. fc. Toium, Xr.. bat beB appalnteJl trkt
Jaetfce far e District f Bwa and Watanae, Island
J. 0. Davms,
li mi', 9ae. 1 GTenr of Gabs.
1" i ilile. NOT. 1Mb. fM f
Tk GkdetBua vsostian of the Government Eag
les Pay nil Honofcife vM extend frm tbe
ZM sjioiisjea t tk M Jaaaary, ewraeswmg the
fiat teat Cfh Bw jr aa Maeelay, Jan. VHh lfcTl.
. Be taaeraf tke Beard f BaWtias.
W. Jas. Smith, Sec'y.
Hiaelaw. New. Mtb. 1S7S.
Xlc Wlitslest. Asotin.
1m ottr isee of the 7th inst-, in an arti
cle beaded " " Oar. IVospecfe," we took
otcmmb, ka view of the falling on" of tlie
vrhaliBcr hasisess, to congratulate our
resjVcfS pM the fttct that, altlrough this
bnsioees, ivkich had been of such import
ance to the eoMHtry, which had done so
much, i feci, to create the present com
mercial prosperity of this Kingdom, had
in compftrtHMt to its former importance
nearly ceased, this country was in a posi
tion to get along very comfortably with
ct them. We had not the slightest in
tention of saying anything at which the
whalers in port, or out ol it, could reason
ably take otfetroe, and up to date we have
not beard of any of them having fait
aggrieved at our remarks. When we
published the article in question, we kuew
how dangerons it was for this patter to
tar "whaler," because it has been the an
aaal cry for years, that the policy of the
GazrrrK has been to drive the whalers
away. A year ago such was the positive
nt ore of the accusation that the Ga
Za.it a haI at last sncceeded in driving
them away, that we were hardly pretwred
to see nearly the whole fleet again visiting !
here this all, and doing their business in
the same quiet, intelligent manner as
usual, never hinting that any one had
tried to drive them away from here, and
showing that they do not require the as
sistance of their demonstrative friends of
the Advertiser to jealously watch over
them lest they should hp insulted. We
presume that they can take care of them
freirea, and the feeble efforts of tho above
sained paper ia its issues of last week and
the week before, to take us to task because
we simply said that the time was not far
distant when we should have no Xorth
PaeiiiL whaling fleet, and when in conse
quence, the important and lucrative busi
ness which has beeti carried on in the jKrts
ot this Kingdom with the whalers most
come to an end. Xow, we would like to
know who, aooaaiated with the business,
will deny the above assertion. Are onr
serehants this year doing the business
with them even in proportion to numbers
that they have done in former years?
By no means; the reason being, that
nearly half the ships are going "home"
and require but few supplies, while the
basieess, to make it profitable, requires
the most rigid economy on the part of
those who remain to try another season
north. Their supplies are sent to them
and they exchange with each other (as !
tbey have a right to do), by which means
they are enabled to refit and recruit in the
mot economical manner, making all there
k to be made in the business and saving it
for themselves and owners. Xow, we are
told thai the business does not pay, even
ander these circumstances, with good :
ratdaes; that the risk of sendin? ships to !
tbe Arctic to remain until the middle of!
October, or else return to port empty, is '
too great t be ersevered in. "We notice j
that some of onr shrewdest merchants here
are withdrawing their vessels from the
badness; and certainlv we have advan
tages in fitting out, and in our proximity
to the whnfiag grounds, over any port on
Probably if, in noticing the decadence in
the whaling business a decadence caused
simply by the fact that it probably will
not pay f jr the labor and risk involved
we had ignored the fact that, owing to the
enterprise of capitalists and others, agri
culture would continue to make the coun
try prosperous, and advised everybody to
pet oa sackcloth and go out aud starve,
we should probably have met the views of
oar contemporary and wouldn't have in
ssked the whalers.
The following is the correspondence
trnica took place on the subject of tbe '
Foreign Representatives at Paris being J
aaoB-ed to send couriers beyod tbe tines
ef the besieging army. IT. Jules Favre
writes to Count Bismarsk as follows:
Mess lx Coxts : Tbe Diplomat!; Corps
reieSs at Paris bare desired me to request jocr
KxceHocT to be varaed io case of bomrcrdaient,
so thai tier say edihl-aw from tke city.' It,
(the Dtfiosatk Corps,) would likewise desire to
send, oace a week a courier, exclusively diplo
matic, noder every precaution which yonr Excel
lency may see fit to take."
The letter of the Diplomatic Corps,
under date of Paris, 6th of October, 1870,
and directed to Count Bismarck, is to the
following effect :
"The undersigned, members of the Diplomatic
Corpj. resident in Paris, on the 24th of Septem
ber hut. had the honor to forwardac your Ex
cellency the expression of their desire, that a
bearer of their official dispatches misht. each
week, on certain dajs to be destenated, pass the
lines of the besiegim: army and repair to a lo
cality whence the postal service is assured.
By a letter of the 3d of October, the Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs of France has informed us
that be bad received a reply from your Excel
lency, that a Diplomatic Courier could cross tho
lines of the be?ieriBg troops only on condition
that their dispatciKes should be open, and should
ttMt on so subject perUinirp to the war.
We would deem it our duly, as recard4he con
tent' of oar dispatehes, to conform, scrupulously,
to the olli?alie)t3 imposed, daring a siege, on
Diplomatic Apeots, by tbe rules and usages of
interna tienal law.
On tbe ether band, onr position, as Diplomatic
A cents, and our obligations towards our own
Governments", do Dot permit as to accept the
other condition, to address them only with open
If this last condition should be insisted upon,
it would become luipossibfe. to tleir irrmt regret,
for Diplomatic Hepresenatives of neutral States
to carry on their official relations to their re
spective Governments. .
Be pleased, M. le Comte. to accpt the assur
ances of oar very high appreciation.
Tbe Apostolic Xuncio, Fiatics, Archbishop
Kers, Minister of the Swiss Confederation.
Baron Adblswabd, Minister ofSweden and
Baron Moltse Hottteldt, Minister of Den
mark. Baron Ecbkxe Beykns, Minister of Belgium.
The Secretary, Charge d'Atlaires ml inttriin of
the Legations of Honduras and Salvador, Lopez
"Baron de Zcilex de Rtevh.dt. Minister of
Cuevaltor. Hesbiooe Lou Ratto.v, Charge
d'Aftaires of Brazil
Vioomte de Laxoastbe, Charge d'Affaires of
V.fhboh.f Minister of the United-States.
Tobrbs Caicedo. Minister-Resident of the
United States ef Colombia.
Doc d'Aqcaviva Charge d'Affaires of Monaco
and San Marioo.
Willxax .Maeii.v, Charge d'Affaires of- Ha
waii. Jeuo Tiiiaioo, Charge d'Affaires of San Do
ming. - . ,
Vixoestf. de Baluyiax t Roxass, Minister of
P. Galtbs, Minister of Peru."
Count Bismarck replied from Versailles,
on tbe 10th of October, as follows:
" I bad tbe honor to receive a letter, under date
of Gth of October last, by which the members of
tbe Diplomatic Corps, still residing at Paris,
havn informed -me that it would be impossible for
tbetn to cootioae their official connection with
their respective Governments, if the condition
of addressing them only by open dispatches should
be insisted upon.
When tbe cootinnation of the siege ol Paris
was rendered inevitable by the refusal of an
aiisistiee by tbe French Government, anticipated,
by its own action, by a circakr note of the Sec
retary of State, M. de Thito. under date of the
26th of September last, a copy nf which I had
the honor to transmit, to the agents of neutral
Powers, accredited, at Berlin, that the liberty of
com swaica lion with Paris would no longer exist,
except so far as military events might permit.
The same day, I received, at Ferrieres, a com
munication from M. tbe Minitter of Foreign Af
fairs of the Government of National Defense,
which informed me of tbe desire expressed by
the members of the Diplomatic Corp. to be per
mitted to send dUpalhces to their Governments
by weakly coun. and I did not hesitate, whilst
conforming to rules established by international
law. to make a reply, dictated by the necessities
of the military silaatioo. a copy of which 1 now
transmit to your Excellency.
The representative of an actual Government
have thought fit to establish their Government
in the midst of tbe fortifications of Paris, and to
choose that city and its environs as the theatre
of war. If the members of the Diplomatic
Corps, who are credited to a former Government,
have deckled to share, with tbe Government of
National Defense, the inconveniences inseparable
from an abode in a besieged fortress, it is not the
Government of the King which bears the respon
sibility. Whatever may be our confidence that the
trentlemen who signed tbe letter of tbe 6lli of
October, would personally conform, in the com
munications addressed to their Governments, to
the obligations which their presence in a besieged
fortress, according to the law of war, imposes
on Diplomatic Agents, tbe possibility that certain
facts of importance in a military view, misht
escape them, must be taken into consideration.
Besides, it is evident that they could not farni.-h
the same guarantee for the messenters whoni
they might see fit to employ, and whnm we
should be obliged to allow to pass and re-pass
across our lines.
There has been created at Paris a state of
things to which modern history, from the point
of international law, does not offer any precise
analogy. A Government at war with a Power
which bos not'jet recognized it, is shut up in a
besieged fortress, and finds itself surrounded by
a party of Diplomats accredited to a Government
which tbe Government of National Defense has
superseded. In face of a situation so irregular,
it would be difficult to establish, on the basis of
the law of nations, rules exempt from controversy
in every point of view.
I hope that your Excellency will not mis
understand the justice of these observations, and
wilt appreciate the considerations which hinder
me, to my great regret, from giving currency to
the desire expressed in the letter of the Gth of
October last. Jf. ic the meantime, the signers
should not be able to admit the justice or it, the
Governments which they represent at Paris, and
to which I shall promptly communicate tbe cor
respondence exchanged with them, will take the
matter into consideration, and put themselves
into communication with the Government of the
King, to examine the questions of the law of
nations, which pertain to the abnormal position
which the events and measures of the Govern
ment of National Defense bare created at Paris."
This letter, signed by Count Bismarck,
was directed to Monseigneur Fla vius, Arch
bishop of 3iyre, the Papal Nuncio at
Paris, for himself and the other signers of
It may, without argument, be conceded that
the risks of sugar plantations on these Islands
would be lessened, if the planter were able to
sell his product in Honolulu, instead of sendiog
it abroad. It is also evident that buyers or sugar
bv the cargo, in our ports, are not as plenty as
plovers, and that it is not as eu3y to manufacture J
a buyer as it is a keg of No. I sugar. T he first
step, therefore, is to catch the hare." and ad
mitting that he has been caught, tho next step
to make a bargain with him is full of difficulty
The buyer, in his calculations, has to assume
all the risks, cbsrses. arid contingencies of the
transportation to. and sale in a foreign market,
and also a margin fur his profits. His offer per
pound for sugar, as the result, would of course be
less than the plantations have realized heretofore.
But the margin tor profits would be such a hard
point to agree upon, with the planters, that only
a small part of their cros would be sold here,
and buyers, consequently, would soon disappear
from the field.
It is pertinent to this point to recall the ex
perience of the only wholesale buyer that has
put u in an appearance"' here. the San Francisco
Refinery. The discussions as to the price.offered,
the dissatisfaction expressed over the conjecture
that tbe bujer was realizing a good profit, and
the unwillingness of the sellers to take a living
price, in preference to shipping on owners'
account, are point3 well remembered by all con
nected with the sugar interests. The result of
that buver's effort was to bo driven off " the
beach,1' and his return, as well as that of other
Refiners, to Manila and Batavia for their raw
There have not been wanting buyers among
our own people. merchants and others, with
debts abroad to be paid, who have been willing
to send sugar instead of exebanre, but they have
met with the same difficulty. the allowance of -a
sufficient margin, and whatever may have !een
their disposition to ship sugars, their experience
of losses lias been sufficient to put them ulso out
of the field. Vet this ought to be tbe regular
course of business, the trader to pay his foreign
debts with shipments of sugar, and the planter
selling it to him in Honolulu. Tho yearly ex
hibit of the Custom-House shows that this could
be done, and that the relation of exports' to im
ports is favorable to it.
It will be hard to persuade foreign buyers to
congregate here, if we cannot sell sugars at such
prices as to make it an object to ourown business
men to pay their debts abroad with it.
Without the advantages possessed by other
sugar-producing countries : of crops measured by
the hundreds of thousands of tons ; of large pop
ulations, and consequently a large import trade
to supply their wants ; of neighborhood to coun
tries demanding heavy supplies of mgar. or near
ness to commercial ocean routes to the same ;
with a hold upon markets in which over-supply
is an exception, and prices therefore, iu the main,
steady ; the chances to sell our Island sugars in
Honolulu, are reduced simply to the scope of
individual speculation. Tho buyer must be of a
very hopeful and confident temperamentl or ho
must get sugars at prices very disturbing to the
It will not answer to depend upon monthly
auction sales extensively advertised here and
abroad, to create buyers, except tho planters are
prepared to sacrifice entirely the next two or
three years' crops, and that without any reason
able prospect of final success ; or can stand- on
the footing ot other sugar growers of the wor!di
and be content with a net average price of 4Jj
to 5 cents per pound for their snsars. by tho crop.
N E W" AD VERT I SEM ENTS.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, AND NEXT FRIDAY,
LAST T1V0 MGHTS OF
MISS HOSE t.; Aivri. I
Change of Bill each Night.
No. 10! No. 10! No. IO !
TUST LAXDET) and beins nnnncked ex
fj Bark "Comet." from England and Paris, tbe I
last lt of Kid Gloves, only $1.50 per pair; worth
$2.50, and really the' nicest lot ..f (Jo..ds for Chri.-t- I
mas or Ae tear s Presents, and will be sold at pri
vate sale only. The Goods will be ready tor inspec
tion on Friday, and will be sold at reas nable rates.
49-lm JOHN THOS. W ITBRHOtJSE.
NO. 100! NO. 100! NO. 100!
QUEEN'S WHARF, opposite Brewer .1 Co. A
w cumber cf English Patent "New Mamma,"
wuh a great Tariety of Fane? itoodf for Cfaritma
will be rca-Jj fur inf paction and sale on Fruiaj next.
None of these Goods Kill be sold for Christmas or
New Year by the hammer.
49-lm JOHN 1HOS. WATEMIOUSK.
BEE HIVE STORE!
CHEAT VARIETY of Xeir Goods at
Wholesale, Just reeeirtd.
, 49-lm J'lHN'THOS WATERHOl'SE.
j YOTCK HAMS,
IX FIXE ORDER.
For Sale by (W ac) HEXItT 31AV.
300 C A. " S IS S O F"
As Goo (I as Dow n crs
AS IT HAS BEEX FAIRLY TESTED AXD
found to give entire satisfaction.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit Purchasers
AND AT LOW HATES, AT
4S-Ita F. A. SCHAEFER i CO'S.
I Be? to Notifr thr Public ot Honolnlu
and tbe Islands enerall . Inat I bare sold and
transferred to Messrs. A. W. JUDD and J. S. LAT
TOX my entire Stock and Business Interest in tbe
I'nmilr Grocery nnd Feed Store, in this city
tbe said sale to date and take effect frcm tbe 1st of
Returning my sincere thanks for tbe irevious aud
friendly patronage with which I bare beea favored, I
respectfully recommend my successors, bnd beg fer
tbem a continuance of tbe same.
All persons having claims or accounts sgainst me
are requested to present the same lor payment as
aoon.as possible, and all indebted to me will eocrer
a favor and kindness by settling tbe samn at earliest
convenience, aa I intend to leave the cwintry in a
short time. L BARTLETT.
TnE USDERSIGXED HATIXO PURCHASED
of I. BARTLETT the large and well assorted
Croceries and Provisions, -
In this-city, must respectfully leg to request a share
of tbe publie patronage, and hope by gtrirt attention
to business to give their customers every satisfaction.
Tbe Best and Choicest Goods intficirLiHe
Wil be Kept on Hand,
And so 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 ratling vessels from California, the
Eastern States, sisd Europe.
48 2ts JUDD i. LATTOX.
CIVI'JtBJIK COURT or the Hawaiian Itlawia,
a? la Pntt. .la tha mailer ef the Ett or IIr late
Rojal HlgtinR VICTORIA K. KAAUGMANU.-Btlore
Cbitf Jmlnre AUea in (hnbn
On reading and flllBg tbe petition cf John 0. Dcmlnia, Ad
nlnbtrater t Ibe Estate ef llrr late Rot1 Higher that bb
Seal aceuaat ai inch AJailubtj.tor mj be allowed, ami,
Uiat he mar be dijcbarxtd from tbe H trat.
It I. iTderKl by the Cuart. that SATCRDAY, tbe KTenth
daj of January. A. IX 1S71. at It o"rl In tbe f lernoon, be
aad tbe Maie hereby H atKate4. for bearing tbe aU petition
llor tbe M Chief Juttice at htf Chamber) in llonolcle,
al vkJchtime aVl place all petero inlereelrd ma appear
aed tbonr cause. If -any tbey bare, by tbe aame fthunld
m-t be granted-
Clerk ef tbe Supreme Cunrt.
Dated Honolulu, Dee. 16th, J-St
From Europe and America-Direct.
A Fine Assortment of Genuine Drugs
an-r .Mclicmet , and Finest Toilet Articles, by
late arrivals, for instance :
Dandelion Bitters, Citrate of Magnesia,
Elixir of Hydrate Chloral, pore Ulicerine,
Tasteless SeiJlitl Powders, Capsules, (French,)
Crossman'a Speci6e. Camphor, f ugarcoated Pills,
Carbolic Acid, Syringes, Trusses,
Arnica, Cvurt-l'laster. etc., etc.
Also New black (not injurious.) Xipplcs, I. B.,
Powder Boies, bijbly.fccnted Powder,
Best Tooth-brushes, Hair-brushes. Combs,
Tooth-Paste and Potader. Pastilles,
Cosmetics, (black and while.) Hand-mirrors,
Smelling alts in cut-glass bottles,
A rmnatic Vinegar for headache. Cacbeuj.SoloJont,
Gerruioe Farina Cologne, fine Purses.
Finest Perfumerr. and Parisian Blanc de perle for
beautifying the skin, etc.. etc.
Xnne but the best Articles f-T sale by
tS-lme E. HOFFMANN. M. D.
A Large and Varied Assortment of
Havana & German OIGAES !
Per A. J. Pope, fm Bremem,
NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION
AT THE STOKE OF
4S-lmc ' F. A. SC1IAEFER i CO.
Just Received, Ex . J. Pope!
TUB LATEST IMPORTATION',
For Sale 1)- ( Itc) IIEXRY MAY.
TIIK HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIE1J
bjr H. A, Wideinanu, on Judd Street. Applj
47-lm. J. L. MCHAliDSOX.
Furnished Rooms to "Let
re AT .UltS. T.
TIIItUMS, No. 29, Kin?
Just Received per A. J.
Pope from Bremen,
HEAVr AM0SKEAO DEXIMS, Fancy Flannel
Shirts, Silk Umbrellas, Kid Cloves,
Cxttun llandkeicbiefj. Vinegar, in Barrels and
Demijohns. Kpsuin Salts, iu casks and cases.
Castor Oil in Tins 1 gall, pints, pints, 1 pints.
Cloves, Shelled Almonds, Cream of Tartar,
French and "Spanish Olives. Huntley .t Palmer's
Soda Biscuits in 1 lb tins, Wiltshire Loaf Cheese,
Edam Cbesee, Bntter in tins. Lea Jl Perrin'a
Sauce, Stearine Candles,
260 Tons Uest Steam Coal,
Rifle Powder in lb cans. Fire Jt Arch Bricks,
Munti Yellow Metal and nails, assorted.
Oak Boats for Coaster's use, Cut Tumblers,
Flower Pots, Market Baskets, Children's Wagons
Demijohns, frutn one to five gallons.
Wrapping Paper, Manila Hope, J to 1 & 1 inch,
3Iacila Cutting Falls, Hemp and Flax Packing,
Hoop Iron, Iron Tinned Saucepans i Tea-kettles
Superior Sootcb Canvas, Xo. 0 to 5,
Oak and Pine Barrels and Hogsheads,
30,000 Gallons Xe Oil Shooks.
A'Large Assortment of Havana Cigars favorite
brands. Bum in barrels, Gin in cases.
An Assortment of Fine Glassware, ,1c., ic, Ac.
ror Snlo Toy
H. HACKFELD & Co.
rxro. IO store !
New Silks, New Silks, New Silks
JUST RECEIVED, pcr.Stenraer .Hoses
TATLOR. and imported by the Undersigned, di
rect from Europe. So advance- in price in conse
quence of the war. A great variety of Xew Goods
about to be opened, and well worthy the attention of
the Ladies. Superior quality of Goods and reason
JOIIX THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
PER STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR."
Just received a great variety of Xew Goods, suit
able for native and country trade. For sale bv
JOHX THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
P. S. Orders from Country Storekeepers will be
attended to promptly, and charged reasonably.
Ship Wm. Le Lacheur,
EXTECTED within Thirty Dnrg., con
taining about lOOO-Tons of Goods, suitable fer
the market, and for sale by tbe Undersigned. Par
ticulars at a future time.
JOHX THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
Xov. 30, 1S70. 4fS lme
W. HUMPHREYS & F. BROWN,
Importers and Dealers In
Wines, Spirits, &c., &c.
Merchant Ft, opposite the Sailors' Haste,
RESPECTFULLY BEO TO INFORM THEIR
Friends and the Public, that they hare ,
Just Received, per Stmr. Moses Taylor,
From San Franciseo, a large Invoice of
Very Superior AMERICAN WHISKEY,
Cases Oregon Cider, in qts. & pts.,
ALSO, OX HAXD.
, JULES ROBINS & CO.'S, MD HEHNESLTS
Be'fSt IPsxle 3Si'a,iid.y,
FRENCH COGNAC, OF GOOD QUALITY !
Also, a large and vaiied Assortment of
German and Krench Wines.
&c., &c &c
Including the Celebrated
C FARRE, GRAND VIN EUGENIE CHAMPAGNE.
Alto. Jost received n In to ice of (rename
Duff Gordon & Co.'s Pale Sherry,
AXD BEKXAKD A CO.'S
Old Tom and Ginger Wine,
All cf the best quality. Also, a large as
TH hi 0-X3NTI
Large and small, in eases and baskets, and a large
Superior Ales and Porters,
In quarts and pin's, in fine order, just imported frost
England, in the Catl'ebow. Also, a large quantity
oT high proof
JAMAICA ETTM, IN B0ND1
iS- All tbe above mentioned isrtieks win be' sold
at moderate prices. 47 lme
For Victoria, B. C.
Tbe Iltltlsta Brig
ll?lor the greater pt of tier cargo eneared, will hare
llislKDMTi: DISPATCH for the aboTe port, for freight
or Mn apply to
Utc WALKER t ALLEX, Acfatt
The r'oril VaclHc Xrnnsiporlullon
SAN FRANCISC0&H0H0LULU LINE.
.sfMjStaS The Coropany'a Splendid Steamship
It. S. FLOYD, ... Commander.
AVI1I Leave San. Francisco
On or about ... ... ............. December 11th
1VII1 Leave Honolulu
On or about-.... ...... December 21th-
Freight for San Franci'cu will be received at the
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for tbe same,
given by the undersigned. Xo charge for storage
or .-artage. Fire Risks in Warehouse, not taken by
IJberal Adrnncra JIatle on all Ship
ments per Slcniuer. ..
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Rates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular care taken of Shipments of
All orders for Goods to be purchased in San Fran
cisco will he received, and filled by return of Steamer.
ErShipmetits from Europe and the United States,
intended for these Islands, will be received by tbe
Company in San Francisco, it consigned to them, and
lie forwarded by tbeir Steamers to Honolulu, Fr.ti
or Cii tifats. except actual outlay.
j6if"Passengers are requested to take their tickets
before 12 o'clock on the day of ailing, and to pro
cure their Paspotts.
SjT-AlI Bills against the Steamer must be pre
sented before two o'clock un tbe day of sailing, or
they will have to lay over till the return of the
Steamer for fettlement.
l-3m It. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
fc'fZffjllSt The California, Aw Zealand
fifft ntl Australian Stall Line of
Tbe Splendid Steamships
WONG A WONCA,
1130 tons Stewmrt, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1200 tons T. Grainger, Com'r,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above
ports, connecting at Honolulu with the Xorth Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
Hoxolulu- V. L. GREEK.
Accklasd CUUI0KSHAXK. SMART A CO.
Srnxer. II. H. HALL, V. S. Consul.
THEY ARE ALL THE RACE
WHEREVER OFFERED FOR SALE 1
THOS. O. TXJLJL t-TTXVr
HAS SECUltUU T1IU tyilULB I.N VOICE
Photographs ol over 50 Eminent Persons
OF EUROPEAX XOTE.
OVER 100 LARGE PHOTO VIEWS, 12 BY 15, OF
HOLY LAND, EUROPE AND JAPAN,
Which are offered singly or by the dozen.
Photographs of theCarandini Troupe.
Lookout for Holiday novelties soon.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
OX AXD ATTCK JAXKARV 2, 1870,
our prices for Iron irrll be as follows :
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FIVE CEXTS PER POUXD.
Light & Medium Bar Iron,
FIVE-AXD-A-UALF CEXTS PER LB.
. Tax Collector's Notice
DISTRICT OF HONOLULU, KOXA, OAHTJ.
mill: UNIli:USlCXi:i) WII.l. Commence
JL the collection of Taxes for tbe year 1STU. at his
office on Marine street, nppositethe Honolnlu Iron
Works, an Saturday the 10th inTtant, for the follow
ing divisions in the above district, and all persous li
able to taxation in cither of Ibe raid divisions are re
quested to make immediate payment of the same.
Wailupo - Kalibi-kal
Manoa . Kadiakela
Kawa ahao , Puiwa
Pauua-uka " Xuuanu.nka "
Gee. II. Lcce,
Tax Collector's Office, Dec 6th 1ST0.
Office open from 9 A. if. to 4 p. x. every day except
Fridays. 47 lme
Marshal's SaleForclosuie of Mortgage.
Before the Hon. A. S. Hartnell, First Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme, Court and Vice Chancellor.
JOHN S. WALKER. Executor under the Will of O.
O. HOWE, late of Honolulu, deceased. Complain
ants, rs. LEONARD MITCHELL, and KOJ10
KUULEI. bis wire, Defendants.
BY VIRTUE OF A IJECKEE issued by
tbe Supreme Court of Law and .Equity of the
Hawaiian Islands in favor of tbe -lOTe named Com
plainants, against tbe above named Defendants, for
the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-three 17-100 dol
lars ($15.1.17.) I shall expose for sale at public auc
tion upon the premises at Keoneula, Honolulu, Island
of Oaha. un FRIDAY, tbe 7th day of January, a. D.
1871 at 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title and inter
est of tbe raid Defendants, in and to all and singular
the to'irtaged premises set forth and described in the
tbemngage of the Complainant, in this cause filed,
and therein described as follows, viz :
Tbe undivided half of that certain piece of land
situated at Keonenla, Honolulu, Island of Oahn, II.
I. granted to Kaluuaaina for Lupe. by Royal Patent
No H23, dated the 7th day of April. lSii, and more
particularly described in a Deed from M. Lipoa, to
Leonard Mitchell, one half. Caroline 3IitcheII, one
quarter and Amelia Mitchell on quarter, dated July
8th. 1851). aa follows : E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi
hikina. e pili ana me ke ala ololi a halo akau 41
H' kom. 151 2-12 kap. ma ka Lipoa, a hiki i ka p i
olelota do N. Hooliliamaou kihi. alaila bem. 470 kom.
123 3-12 kap. aa ka pa o Hooliliamann kihi, alaila
bem. 39 .10' bik. 147 2-12 kap. ma ka Kt poor, kihi,
alaila- akau 50' bik.l2fi 8-12 kap. ma ka kihi akau
ala ololi I hookatraleia no keia man aina s hiki i ka
oomaka ana. Ei& ka ill aina51S L5 anana oi a imi iki
paha. together with one half of the tenements, hered
itaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging.
Unlets tbe judgment, interest, cost tf suit, my
fees andcommissioot are previously satiSed.
W. 0. PARKE. Marshal.
Honolulu. Dee. Ctb, 1870. 47-4t.e
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of
ISAAC MONTGOMERY deceased.
m Kottce is hereby given sy tbe undersigned, execa
tirs of the vill of Isaae Montgomery, to theereditors
ef and all persons having elaims agalost the estate of
tbe raid deceased, to exhibit the same dulr authenti
cated and with the necessary vouchers to W.O. Parke,
Esq., within tlx months of the first publication ef this
notice of they 31 be forever barred. -(Signed,)
Vie. A p. des Sandwich Islaads,
MODESTE FA YENS,
Dated -Hosglala; NorHaWt 1st, '42-3sw
3E3:0'7W TO M
A Penny Saved is
THE U2TDEKS1GXED ARB PREPARRED TO GIVE SATISFACTION '
TO jJAj dealers and consumers
HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Who will favor us with their Trade.
WE DIPORRT ALL OUR OOODS - -
FROM MANUFACTURERS IN ENGLAND AND UNITED STATES
Anrl -vju-iiz Soli nt ' X3ocl Iloclt. ' jprloosa,
THE rOLlOWINO ASD
A THOUSAND! ONE OTHER ARTICLES OF HARDWARE, Etc
That neither tirao nor space will allow us to enumerate.
Carpenter's, Cooper's, Machinists and Agriculturist's Tools of all Kinds,
HUM'S IASD OTHER" MAKERS) AXES AM) HATCHETS, of every description.
NAIUS-CCT, BOAT, WROCQUr, FINISH. SPI KES-CCT, WKOCQIIT, S1UP, rLALN AXD CULVAailEP,
- C 13
5 ? a
: ss.."" i'ts
: - to UJ
5 5 2
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BITS, BRIDLES, SPURS, &o., &c.
SILVER PLATED Snafle and .Metn.politan Drivinc Hits. Light Harness JIOUN'TIXOS, Silver
Plated and Japanned. OKI SADDLE TKKES. Japanned and Silver ilountinrs.
MARKET BASKETS, assorted sites. STOCKS AND DIES, full assortment, tbe Ian; est will cut up ta 3 la.
. Keg. Barrel and Cask RIVETS. A very large asortment of American MACHINE BOLTS.
Best Hickory Spokes, from 1 tn 2J inch. Best Hickory Rtms, from 1 to i inch.- Axles, half patent aad
C'lmmon. from 1 to 2 inch. Cart Axles. 3 by 14. Best Morticed Elm Hubs, from SxS t 9x12.
Best Hickory Bessy d Express Shafts. Best Hickory Poles. Best Hickory WhifSetreei and Cress Bars.
Best Hickory Bows for Buggies and Carriages. Seat Spindles. Tire anil Spring Steel.
Carriage Springs, Elliptic and Side or Concord. Fifth Wheels and Anti-Rattlers. Anti-Shaft Rattlers.
Rubber Spring Protectors. Silv r Plated Hub Bands. Silver Plated Shaft, Pole and Yoke Tips, each plain
and octagon. Stump Joints, Top Props, Slat Irons,
Felloe Plates, Clip King Bolts. Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips.
BRIDLE AND SADDLE ORNAMENTS, IN GREAT VARIETY !
Saddle Nails, Carriage Lining Nails, Large Mule Collars and Harness,
Silver Plated Japanned Plow and Horse Cart Harness;
Harness Buckles and Kings. Trace Chains, &c &o
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TABLE CUTLERY I
Plated Forks and Spoons, each Tea, Dessert and Table.
SCISSORS AND RAZORS.
Carriage and Hunting or Riding Whips!
P Al NTS,
A great variety, put up in Oil, In cans from i to 25 lb
cans, nil vl the till X xicsi.
Also, a Good Assortment of Dry Paints
And Putty, Chalk, Whiting,
French Red and Yellow Ochre,
Hubbuck's Pore White Zine and Lead.
Boiled Linecd Oil.
Devoes' Copal and Damar Varnish,
Turpentine, Black Japan,
IRON FURNACE BOILERS, from 6 to 20 Gallons.
Iron Negro Pots, from 3 to 10 gallons.
Sauce Pans, Tin and Porcelain lined, 1 pt. to .1 galls.
Fry Pans, all sties. Tea Kettles, cait and sheet iron,
from 3 to C quarts.
Bracket Lamps, Stand Lamps, all sizes,
CHANDELIERS, 1. 2 and 3 burners.
All Sizes Chimneys,
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
CIlAttCOAl. SIIIK1.D IRONS.
BELLOWS, Blacksmith, from 14 to 40 in.
BRONZE IRON BRACKETS, all sizes, somethlag very elegant aad cheap.
TANCY sVALI, BRACKETS, cast iron, colored imitation of Blaek Walnut, quite as handsome as tbe
Black Walnut, not half as expensive, and will not soil the wall paper.
Llso, A. O i-ent; Variety ol" Seine Twine I
Wrapping Twines, Fish Lines, Cod Lines, Fish Hooks of every size.
iUASTEUS OF mm DESIRING TRADE,
Should Call at No. 95 King Street,
WnBRE THEY CAN GET
Double and Single Barrel Skot (hhs, Powder, S!tt ef all sizes
Shot I'ouclicM, I'o-ivdcr l"IaiU, I'ercusnlorx Cup, Klcy'is Kent,
And a half dozen other style and qualities to suit, from 100 to 100.000. CHEAP FILES, all sixes and kinds.
Batcher Knives, got oat expressly for trade. Botcher Steels, S to It inch.
An Endless Variety of Pocket Cutlery, Sail Needles and Hooks, Mm Spikes,
Sewing and Roping Palms, Sail Twine, best Copper Tacks, Ship's Scrapers, thick steel.
Connecting Link, Topsail Chain, Coopers' Hammers and Driver;, and other Tools,
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
Sold at Prices that will give Satisfaction !
TACKS of all kinds, tinned, common iron, Swedes Iron, patent double pointed.
Sheltoo'a Upholsterers Round Head and Giosp.
COFFIN TACKS, SCREWS, PLATES AMD HANDLES, , ATfSOSKEAG DENIMS
A full Assortment.
Ia pint and qaartt.
Crnet Stands, Electro Plated,
Wrought Staples for Wire Fencing,
The Real Manila Cordage, I, J, 1. 11, 1; IJ, 2 Inch.
Tbe Real Baling Rope, two strand.
Ht,hLkVUJ L?" MoiquitoyeUiox,
CUV eboe Lieintri. TIIOM lpnv'4
Any one wishing to get DKr GOODS at Eargatn will please Call Immediately, as we wish to ciosa
wijiimeres. Horroek's White; Cotton, and other brands, ForaUure Prints;
- Jost received. Faaej mo i Table Cloths, White Toilet Table Covers. White Flannel, Blaek
Linen Table Damask, Fornitore Damask and Gimp, Ee,t-Wkite
Linen Fronting, Genu' White Linen HandkereWefs, - , .
These, with the Tawucutd as One tkinrs xct eatisBsL wiU W Ul W .. " '
Two - Pence Earned !
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H a er
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" P o ra i
j. 5 jr P ST
n 3 a J
3 5- 3
- UNIVERSAL STEEL PLOWS,
D Handled Round Pointed Spades and Shovels,
Long Handle Spades and Shovels, .
Hay -and Manure Forks. 003. belt Cast Steel
Steel. Iron anil Wonden Rakes.
"Scythes and Snatbs. Ox Bows, 1, 1, 2 inch.
Ox Chains, Log Chains,
Dog Chains. Monkey Chains.
WOODEN HANDLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Locks, a great variety of every kind,
HEAVY BRASS SHIP BUTTS,
Copper Eods, from 1-4 to 1 1-4 in. for Bolts,
Square and Octagon, from to 1 in.
WIRE Bright, Iron. Brass and Copper, from 2io. I
to So. 21 ; Wire fer Fencing, Jf. 4 to 6.
Cedar Tubs nd Palls, Brass and Iron Hsoped, all sins
Painted Wooden Tubs and Pads.
Oatvaniied Iron Tubs and Palls, asst'd sixes.
LAMP BLACK, VERMILLION', 0hina,)
PU.MICE STONE. Lump and PaadtrtJ.I
Rotten Stone, Soap Stone, Gum Shellac, eta.
Platform, different sixes, -
Platform. Tea Fpr!nj Balances,
Steel YarJi. Cbatlllen'a Scale Beams.
MILLS, Coffee, large assortment.
MILLS, Spice. Cent or Wheat.
Crowbars, all sizes, 20 to GO lbs.
Horse Hoei, Pnltivators, Eagle Plows,
No. A. 2 and 20.
By Piece or Bale.
Byam's 8 Card Matches !
Brown Cottons by tbe Picas "or Bale.
Henry's Carbines and Sites, Parlor life,
Cartridges fer Henry's Rifles, the Parlor Bifies
THE REAL HAVaJTA CI&AM !
A few thousand of wbhh we will close oat
Cheap by the lot.
Blaek Eoiin fur Ship's Vtv. .
Pale Ito.io, No. 1 Caastie Sod.
gjwol Cottoni, Stwinjc SeedJei, Quia ui
n i rw rrTrrvn rnoarro t
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