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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 04, 1871, Image 3

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LOCAL AinVS.
We are raauefled to ttate UrXt the attendance of
She forefani jaron for the JanuirjUerrn, will cot be
raaaireal bihII iurther nflllce.
Thc 4weUiBS-BB!e of Mr. Oibenie, builder, was
eateraf aa FrUar sight of lot week dariog ,ha
aheaaee. asd a fjcaatitj of datbirig stolen.
A sriT has teen eemraceet bj fereral business
aea af this oity. against tfee- sebMser Sovereign and
her ewaers. for freagbt damaged on the passage from
fan Fraacfato tU rart.
Hr. laaae. far tea rears, of the premises known as
Saww". Yard." wa sold at auction bj C. S. Bar
tow b Setaraaj to Mr. Rose, the carriage bpilder,
at a reat af $1U per jear, which is a large adrance
an the taat lease.
One of tie native hands conntctcd with the Ad-'
asrfiaar afSee, while getting one of the job p6wer-
)auiii read; for nse on Monday forenoon, bad or.e
of hie aoarere WoVcu. No doctor could be found in
tbeinarrcBate rtchiitT at the time, so the Injured
Ma wm seat to the Qoeen'e HoepltaL
Tat: gaas which were brought here some jears ago
ta raalaae tbare on the eld F-irt, which were spiked
dariag the excitement in 1S49, bare been brought
late serriee. after lying en the Bsplanade for a number
af Tears. They are to be sank into the various
whanrea. as aocriag pests for Teasels.
Tac brig Shrfleeefr sailed on Tburfday morning
for Tahiti, with M head f the finest lot of cattle that
hare ever bees shipped from any part of these Islands.
Thaj were from the best herds in the country, and
were driven over the Pali fresh from the ranch on
ether aide af the island daring the night, and taken
ea heard the Tessel at the Esplanade.
KotuLa AHcan. We have seen a sample of some
SO toae ot first aad tecond sngare from the Kobala
DaBlelicm, boiled by Mr. Geamonnt, lately arried
here fraa Minrilias. TbU Is certainly the finest
eaaple of f 0"ir we have ever seen, which shows
that all we need k practical experience to produce
the Saret tjoalllj of tuirar.
C. S. Kantew will eCer at bit salesroom to-day at.
ten o'clock, an assortment of dry goods, clothing,
paUea. saaees and Oregon Cider. K. P. Adams will
held a Regular Room Sale to-morrow at the usual
Mar, aad rvQI cfier a large and superior assortment of
geeerel ra arch indue, potatoes, etc., and a lot of
choice tree and plants.
Tac Beit raail from San Francisco will probably be
breagbt by the clipper ship Oracle, en route to China,
aad dee here the latter part of tbis wetk. The D. C.
Marray is new 46 days out from here and will be due
cheat the first of next week. She bad an unusually
loag peatage over M days out and had cot arrived
whea the Mores Taylor left San Francisco.
As old gentleman was riding aleng Xuuanu street
aee day last week, mounted en an animal that cer
taiajj weald not bare been admired either for.his
strength or beanty. Xear the corner of King street
the horse stumbled, giving the rider an ugly fall,
which stasBed him for a short time, besides knocking
aat some of bis teeth. He was kindly cared for by
persaae wbo sarr the accident.
Masomc Festival. Tbe anniversary of St.
John's Day was observed by the Masonic fraternity
In this city oa Tuesday, the 27th olt. "Le Frogrcs
de rOceanle" lodge, celebrated the event at tbelr
ball in the eveolog, after tbe Installation of officers
by a baatjalL The snpper was a most rtchmhe
a flair, and reflec'od great credit on Mr. Borres. the
ooafectioner, fortbe manner in which It was got up.
Osc day last week at a residence in the upper part
ef the city seme cbQdrcn in search of mischief got
bold ef seme matches aBd set fire to a basket of waste
paper. .The Hare frightened them, and their cries
attracted the attention of the eope in another part
of the boase, who arrived in time to J rerent any
damage briog done. The youngsters gut a fright that
will probably teacb them not ta use such dangerous
playthings in fulare.
A boy was arrested one evening last week for go
tog arocod dressed In woman's clothes. Tbe po
lice, wbo bad been watching bim for some time
around the theatre and various other places, took
hla to tbe station bonse to give an acconnt of him
self. He gave u ft reason for bis disguise, that he
bad only done it lor amusement. He was let. off
wttb tbe lojaactlon that if be got caught In any
each disguise again, be wonld not find it much
af an amazement.
Tbe Moses Taylor left her dock at half past four
hut Wednesday afternoon, tbe SStbolt., witba large
freight, and 5 passengers from tbis port, few of
whom, however, were resident. A large number ol
persoos collected on the dock to see ber off. On
aeiiig the end of thc esplanade before sbehad fall
headway on, she almost ran into tbe whaling bark
Coacordta that was moored stern on to tbe espla
nade. After backing a short distance to get room
for eteerage-way, she finally went all clear.
Tbe schooner Kate Lee, cm her las trip to 1100,
wbBe off the llamakua coast, met with a UrriEe squall,
aemething like a wbirlwind. She shipped a heavy sea
which broke ber deck-load adrift and almost filled ber
cabin wHhwater, besides doing other damage. For
innately tbe squall was of short duration. Our in
fer mast thinks that if she had net been a large and
staaceh vessel she would have foundered, the squall
was so redden and severe. It is not often that our
coasters meet with anything ef tbe kind.
Fkou the Sew Bedford Standard of Sov. 24tb,
we learn that considerable excitement existed there
ha aercantile circles in regard to tbe cargo of tbe
Hawaiian bark Manna Los, w bleb bad been seized
in Sao Francisco. The cargo lnr seal skins was
afterwards released, aa tbe seals were taken on a
new island, which is not under the jurisdiction of
the United States. The Russian government has
now made a demand for the cargo, cn tbe ground
that tbe teals were captured on one of the Rusfciau
Islands In the Ocbotsk.
BcilMs Chages. By notice In this Issue it
win be teen that the copartnerships In tbe firm of
C. L. Richards t C6-, ship chandlers and commission
merchants, expired by limitation on the Slst nit
Tbe business will hereafter be carfled on at the old
stand by A. W. Pierce and L B. Peterson formerly
of Brewer & CoV. under the ntme of A. W. Pierce
fe Co. Mr. P. C. Jones formerly of C. L. Rich
ards &-Co., enters tbe bouse of C. Brewer fc Co., as
a partner, from tbe 1st Inst. Mr. S. G. Wilder re
tired from the Auction Honse of Adams & Wilder
on the ltft icst. Tbe business w ill hereafter be car
ried on by E. P. Adams.
A colored man was brought before tbe Police
Magistrate last Friday on a charge of assault and
battery. If be had plead gnllty as be no doubt af
terwards wished he bad done he wonld probably
bave got off with about ten dollars fine and costs.
Instead of doing so, however, he got a lawyer to de
fend him, whose services probably amounted to as
ranch as tbe fine wonld. Tbe evidence on the trlal
proved that tbe prisoner was gnllty or still greater
offense than tbe original charge that or violating
Veetion 9. chapter IS, of tbe Penal Code, of which
be wa found gnllty and sentenced to 15 months ta
pritocsieat at bard labor.
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TnE second mate of tbe brig Robert Cowan met
wllb a severe accident on Saturday last. He went
al on to examffie the rigging and had reached tbe
foreyard, when be missed bis footing and 'fell strik
ing his bead on an nil can. His bead and face were
badly cut, besides receiving other Injnry. Although
bruised about the body, no bones were broken. He
was taken to thc Hospital, and his condition at pres
ent Is considered precarious.
Tut non-arrival at San Francisco of the Whale
ship Ohio, which bad left the Arctic in a disabled
condition, for that port, created considerable anxiety
regarding ber. Thc revenue steamer Wyanda was
dlspatcbed on tbe 3d of December in search of her.
She fell in with the Ohio, a short distance to tbe
Sortbward of Tolnt Keyes, badly store, and dis
masted. Tbe Wyanda arrivi-d at Ssn Francisco with
her in tow on tbe Ctli ult. The Ohio n as the last of
the fleet, and bailed 1100 barrels of oil and 15000
ponnds of bone.
As Addition to the Coasnso Fleet. The
ketch formerly tbe Moewc, has been named Lnnalilo,
and put under the Hawaiian Car. Her cabin bat
been considerably altered and enlarged, and ber ac
commodations for passengers are equal to any ves
sel In the coastinc business. She is onncd by Capt
J. Mammcn, of tbe bark Wilhclm, and will rnn be
tween Honolulu, Kona and Kau, In Dowsett & Co's.
line Capt. Henry English, a well known coasllng
master will have charge of her. The brig Eameba
meha V, owned by Messrs. Foster fc Co., is being
repaired previous to her goinginlo the coasting bus
iness. We understand she will rnn between Hono
lulu and Uilo.
A Gbeat many In thc community were startled at
mldHight 011 Saturday, by bearing the fire-alarm
bell rang, not knon Ing foe a while, that It was the
ringing in of the Sew Tear Some of the firemen
got to thcir'respective engine houses as quickly as
possible and got ont their apparatus before they
found it was not an alarm of fire that was struck.
It would pet haps be tbe safest plan not to have tbe
bell strnck iu any case whatever except a tire. It
has been rung for drills, and the probability Is, that
the community, especially tbe "boys," mlghtlpay 110
attention when it Is in reality rung for a lire. This
Idea has been expressed pretty freely by annmberof
our firemen, as well as others.
Rotal Hawaiian Theatre. On Friday evening
last Messrs. Rayner and Selll took a farewell benefit
at this place of amusement. Thc weather was
rather inclement, notwithstanding which, a large
and fashionable audience assembled to witness the
performance. Theprneramme nasan cxcellcntone,
and the performers acqnltled themselves admirably.
Mr. Brabam and Miss Raymond left next morningfor
San Francisco by the Comet, as was also the inten
tion of Messrs. Rayner and Seill, buttbey arrived at
the wharf a few minutes loo Jate, having been de
layed by some important business. They will prob
ably remain here until tbe arrival of tbe Moses Tay
lor. On Saturday evening the Theatre opened with
tbe Ministrel Troupe under new management, to
very, good audiences. The company has been re
organized, and with Frank Jones, Miss Maggie
Knight and others, bave established themseles as
permanent favorites with the community. The next
performance takes place this evening when a first
rate arogcamme will be offered.
Saval. The U. S. S. Syack arrived at this port
on Wednesday afternoon last from Callao, hav
ing made the passage nnder sail, on account of de
fect in her boilers. She is one of a number of ves
sels that were built under contract during tbe late
war, for Immediate service. Within ninety days
Jrom the time her timber was cnt, she was afloat.
Consequently, the wood of which she is built not
having been sufficiently seasoned, her upper works
are quite unsound. She requires considerable re
pairs to render ber fit for further service, for which
purpose she was bound to the Marc Island Savy
Yard on leaving Callao, but put iu here for fresb
provisions and a few light repairs. Commander
Glssi,, learning ol the disaster to tbe Saginaw, de
cided to await the arrvi.il of the Kilauea and take
the vt recked crew to San Francis-co, unless orders
should previously arrive from the Admiral, to tbe
contrary. It will perhaps be Interesting to our
readers to know that the commander of tbe Syack
is a sou of Governor Glass, of Wisconsin, and thc
executive officer, a sou of Admiral Craven. The
officers of the Syack are as follows: I.Uu't. Omi'dcr.
nenry Glass ; Lieut. ConCdcr. and Executive Officer,
C. H. Craven ; Lieut and Sangator, H. R. Baker ;
Lieulenanir, M. B. Field, and W. I. Moore; EntSgn,
E. P. Ward; Acting Iktmatter, A. J. Greely ; Acting
lint Enginttr, A. S. Green; ihtf Au't. Surgeon, S.
F. Shaw; Captnin't Clerk, Tbos. Nickerson.
Religious. The Erangelical Churches through
out the world observe the present week as a season
ofpraver. The following is the order of exercises
in the churches here during tbe week:
Sunday, Jan, 1 Sermons. Sature and importa-
nee of prayer, and of prayer In concert
Monday, Jan. 2. Pehsonal. Thanksgiving for
Individual mercies, confession of sin, and prayer
for personal holiness and more entire consecration
to God's Service.
Tuetday, Jan. & Sational. Prayer for all in
authority in onr own and other lands; for un
iversal peace; for religious liberty, and advances
of truth in countries where religious liberty is en
joyed and where it is sought. .
V'ednciday, Jan. 4. Domestic and Social.
Prayer for parents and children, and the blessings
of tbe Christian home; for employers and emplo) ed ;
for all schools and colleges.
Thursday, Jan. 5. Christian Union. Thanks
giving for Christian Union, and prayer for its in
crease; special supplication in behalf of the efforts
of the Evangelical Alliance throughout the world.
Friday, Jan. 6. The Christian Church. Pray
er lor all miuisters of tbe Word, and thai the Lord
would scud forth more laborers; fur all officers and
members of Christian churches, and fur the removal
of false doctrine.
Saturday, Jan. 7. The World. Prayer for the
spread God's Word and a pure literature in all
lands; for men of commerce and science; that our
civilization may be Christianized, and its material
resources consecrated ; fo'Chriftians In heathen and
idolatrous countries; for missionaries and mission
ary and religious societies, and for the conversion of
of tbe world to Christ.
Circuit Court, 2sn Cincrir Maci, December
Term. 1870. The Court opened on tbe 13th inst., Mr.
Justice Hartwell presiding. Thc following cases
were disposed of, via :
Rex r. Akawa Assault and Battery an appeal
from Local Circuit Judge. Verdict not guilty,
Messrs. Keawehuuabala, Nahaku, Sapela and Kaihe
for defendant.
, Rex r. Kapihe Forgery. -Verdict not guilty.
'Messrs. Keawebunabala and Koii for prisoner.
Rex r. Kaelemakule Polygamy. Verdict guilty.
Prisoner sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor for
the term of six months and to pay a fine of $150,00.
Messrs. Keawekunahala and Koii for prisoner.
Bex rs. Puubalahua Burglary with intent to com
mit rape. Verdict not guilty. Mr. Thompson for
the Crown, Messrs. Kcawehunahala, Sahaku and
Koii for prisoner.
Rex r. Hoomaha Malicions Burning. Verdict
not guily. Messrs. Keawehuuahala, Ahc-lo and Koii
for prisoner.
Rex r. Kaanaana Malicious burning. Verdict
guilty. Prisoner sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for the term of nine years. Messrs. Thompson
and Daviafor the Crown, Messrs. Kcawehunahala
and Sabaku for prisoner.
Rex t. Kaiwi Malicious Burning. The Deputy
Attorney General entered a Aof. Pros.
TJIuihi rt. Kabaawipaka Ejectment. Continued
until next term on motion of counsel for defendant.
Opio rt. Kealoba and Kaneholani Trover. Re
moved to Supreme Court by consent of eounsel.
DIED.
At Ealwiki Flaatation, HUo, Hawaii, December 23i, Ma
Joai Taarrr, a native of Jloiely. England.
E. P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
S7J Queen Stmt, Honolulu, U. L (lye
Awr. w. raxcz, . 1. , rrrruoj.
A. "IV. PEIRCE fc CO.,
(Successors toCL. SlCHAXBt k Co.,)
Ship Chaadlen and General Cosuniu Ian Kerehan ta
il Rtnolulu, rtawxUan II lauds. lyc
C. F. MOUOLS, 9f. D.,
HoffiespatMo Phyiiedaa,
Corner Fort and Merchant streets. At Offce toresooa after 8
I9 o'clock; 3 toCr. at." aeaidaoca, OS Btrttaoia St. (cm
Iritc Tclejjrnras.
London, Dee. 10th. Gladstone's note announcing
that tbe British Government has taken care to make
tbe provision necessary for the protection of tbe
person of the Pope, to support his dignity and per
sonal freedom, and Independence in his spiritual
functions, excites surprise anil criticism. Tbe Gov
ernment, by such declaration, made at this moment,
Intend the double purpose or Influencing the great
Gatbolic meeting at St. James' Hall, and concilia
ting feeling In Ireland, where mmors of an Impend
ing difficulty with America already cause alarm.
The London press, to-morrow, will attack Glad
stone's note concerning thc protection of the Pope,
declaring It to be an utlcr reversal of traditional
English policy since the Reformation.
London, Dec 9tlu The Eattern Budget to tbe Tth
InsL bas been received here. The Miuisterial crisis
in Vienna continues, tbe result depending on the
delegation.
Thc Russian reply to Ansttla was read by Sovikoff
to Yon Beust on Sunday night, with verbal explana
tions. The Ambassador promisesasatisfactory basis
for a conference.
The Austrian Minister of war states that Austria
has now in stock 900,000 Wendell rifles, and 700,000
uniforms, and that be will require from one to two
months to place the army on a war footing.
Pesth, Dec. Eth. lloydt says that the present
events are simply the fruits of a series of plans made
between Prince Gortschakuff and Bismarck at Eras
last June, and that the fite of Europe restsvitb Von
Beust and Granville. In addressing the delegations
at Pesth, Von Benst said that Austria seeks a refer
ence, but while abandoning tbe neutralization ofthe
Black Sea. tbe freedom ofthe mouth ol tbe Danube
must be secured.
A letter from the King of Bavaria to the Kiqg ol
Saxony sars: "Tbe Germans, led by the King of
Prnssia, will celebrate tbe brotherhood of arms by
giving a glorious proof of the Importance and
power of united Germany. I have negotiated with
Versailleaato tbis end, and now invite you and other
German Princes to urge thc King of, Prussia to as
sume the title of Emperor of United Germany, with
presidential functions, I am proud thus to take the
first step in crowning German unity, and hope for
your assent, and that of other Princes and free
town."
NEW AD VERT I SEM ENTS.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
pEItrOKMANCE
MOKDAY, WEDNESDAY,
and SATURDAY NIGHTS,
WITHOUT FAIL,
fgf So postponement on account of bad weather
or small houses. . 51-
NOTICE.
Tnr. undersigned, bachelor of sciences and
Arts, respectfully begs to infirm the pntlic of Honolulu
that be is prepared to give lessons in the FreDch. Spanish and
Latin linguices. ,r..M. FEN'AKP, 11. S. A.
Address Puet Office Box 41. SI
MAUNAKEA MARKET I
o. 4. Hotel Street.
jLLTr IIOIIER.T LETT ticca to In
a form Hie public that he has tpened ttiei
aUie market and that he baa procured the services of
nyii-.-t Class Sutoxior.
He traits that I'T killing only lbs L'EsT CATTLE, and
paying every atteutiou to tbe bnstnes, to merit a share of
the public rAtrousge.
Beef & Pork Sausages, B:lo;nas & Blood Puddings
Mailr to Order.
IB- TERMS CHEAP FOR CASH. M-Smc
For Konaand Kau.
THE CLIPPER KETCH
:x.TJ3sr a. l il o .
03 To us Register, Henry English, Master,
Will rvji as a regular paeket to K"na and Kau.f7
51-SM DOWSETT A CO.. Agcnta.
Dissolution of Partnership.
TVOTICE IS I1EREBT GIVE.V THAT THE PARTNER
ship eaisting heretofore between Messrs. Samuel Allen
Vnml and lhtni.I MnnriL aa 7-tel Keener. 7nns. Lanil and
"General Agents, is thii day. 21st Decemlier, 1870, dissolved
I by mutual consent, Mr. Samuel Allen Wort to carry on the
' business and pay all debts contracted hj the. atM-eMld firm,
and collect all debts due to tbe firm to the aliore date.
Wine.,: DANIEL MLTXRO.
Honolulu, December, 1879 511-Stc
NOTICE.
THE CO-FAKTXEKSIIIP heretofore ex
isting between the undersigned, under tbe firm
name of ADAMS t WILDER, has tbis day been dis
solved by mutual consent.
Mr. E. P. Adams will continue tbe business and
setilc all outstanding accounts.
E. P. ADAMS.
SAM'L G, WILDER.
Honolulu, Dee. 31. 1870. 51-4t .
Copartnership Notice.
niUE 1NTEUEST of Mr. I. B. PETERSOS in
JL in our House, ceases tbis day by mutual consent.
C. BREWER A CO. 1
Honolulu, Deo. 31, 1S70. 51-lt
M
Tit. P. C. JONES, Jr., is a partner in
our House Irom this date.
C. BREWER A CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 1, 1871. Sl-4t
I Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing under thc name and style of C. L. RICH
j ARDS A CO, is this day dissolved by limitation.
j Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., will liquidate the affairs of
the late firm.
C. L. RICHARDS,- .
(By his Attorney in fact, KC. Jones, Jr.)
P. C. JOXES, Jr.,
ABRAHAM W. PEIRCE.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1870. 51-4t
rPHE UNDERSIGNED, having purchased
JL the Business, Stock and Good-Will of tbe late
firm of C. L. Richards &. Co., have entered into a co
partnership for thc purpose of carrying on a Ship
Chandlery and General Commission Business, under
the name and style of A. W. PEIRCE i CO.
ABRAUAM W. PEIRCE.
I. B. PETERSOS.
Honolulu, Jan. 1, 1871. 51-4t
NOTICE.
r WILL PAY NO DEBTS contracted in
L my name without my written order.
HENRY S. SWISTOS, Jr.
Honolulu, Dee. 28. 1S70. 5I-3t
Pound Notice.
a THREE HORSES will be V-
t$ Sold at Auction at the Government
Pound at Pauoa, on Saturday next at noon. 1 white
horse, 1 bay horse, and 1 bllck colt, branded 11 II on
right leg.
D. KAAIAIIUA, Pound Master.
Pauoa. Jan. 3d. 1871 It
Administrator's Notice.
THE Undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of tbe late Peter
Smith, of Honolulu, hereby requests all persons to
present tb?ir claims within six months from the date
of this publication, or they will Le forever "barred;
and all persons indebted to the above Estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu. Pre. 31.1870. 51-4te Administrator.
Tax Collector's Notice
DISTRICT OF HONOLUIU, KONA, OAHTJ.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL Commence
the collection of Taxes for tbe year 1870, at his
ctSce on Marine street, opposite the Honolulu Iron
Works, on,Saturday the 10th instant, for the follow
ing divisions in the above district, and ail persons li
able to taxation in either of the said divisions are re
quested to make immediate payment of theasame.
Mauualna Pauoa-kai
Kuiiouoa Moanalua
Wailupe Kaiibi-kat
Waialae Kelihi-waeca
Paiolo Kalibi-uka
Kalia Palama-uka
Waikiki-kai Palama-kai
Waikiki-waena Leleo
Manoa Kamakela
Makiki Kanluwela
Pawaa Pnunui
Kewalo Maemae .
Kuiaokahua- Sioiopa
Kawaiabao Pniwa
Pauoa-uka Snuanu-uka 2
Geo. H. Lccz, , '-
Tax CoDectsr'a OSes, Sec tth 1570.
TaxCoHecur,
'HoaolBla.
Office open from 9 A. sr. to 4 r. x. every day except
Fridays. 47 Ime
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
STEAM IN THE PACIFIC
1871 1871
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC.
HAVIXG TtEKN" FOIt TWKNTT TEARS
eatabUsbed in this city as Agent for th leading Ameri
can and European
9agazincs and Newspapers,
..... ANO ...
Enjoying the best Facilities or Supplying Sub
scribers ut the Lutcest Possible Cost,
The uuderslrncd solicits tba continuance of the patronage of
bis fifeBUs and patrons, who wilt be served with promptneaa
and entire aatislaction, even in the smallest matters.
As the steam hue Is now established, connectfug Honolulu
with San Francisco and the Colonies, monthly XKfT TVRK,
LOSDOX AXD ACSTRAUAS PUBtlCAUOXS be
furnished to lub-cribers
Within 10 to 3U days from tbe date of publi
cation. And at price that barely cover the cost of subscription and
postage, tberebo.
Papers Delivered Free of Postage or other Charges
in any parte tie Group.
Back numbers cf tbe leading Monthlies and Weeklies al
ways en band. Files made up at short notice for whalemen
and travelers.
Subscription Payable Alivnys lit Advance.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS.
SewTork Weekly Herald
"Weekly Tribun
" Weekly Time.
14 Weekly Ledger, (a story paper),...........,
Tbe New York Weekly, (a story pape1")....
Tbe ew York Irish American ..
Harper- Illustrated Weekly ,
Leslie's Illustrated Weekly
Harper Illustrated Batar
.Appleton Journal (illustrated, monthly parts). ... .
Chimney Corntr(a story paper)....... ... ... ......
Tbe Home Journal
New York ludepkmlent ,
Observer ...............
' Evancelist ... .. . .. .. r. ........
Christian Union . ..
Chicago Advance
Uostou Congregationalist .. ' ....
Scientific American ... ..
Boston Weekly Journal . ............
Boston Weekly Advertiser
Every Saturday Olustraled. monthly parts)
Boston Weekly 1 rue Flag ,
Tbe New York Nation
Hearth and ifonie
Tbe Citizen and Kouud Tab.e
New York Courier dea Euu Unis (French)
New Y"rk W eelly Zeitung (German)
New York Illustrated Zeitung (German)
New York O Novo Mondo (Portuguese, Illustrated)
ILLUSTRATED PAPERS.
Harper Illustrated W eekly.
" Bazar
Leslie's " Weekly
" " Zettong (German) ...... ....
Chimney Coruer
" " Budget if Fuu
Appleton's Illustrated Journal (monthly parts)
Boston Every Saturday (monthly parts)....
Hearth and Home lfr the family and farm) ... .. ...
London Illustrated News .. ..........
" " Graphic
' Weekly Punch ,
Miscellaneous Papers.
News of tbe World, 12 numbers, 25 cents each
Steamer Bulletin, "
Tbe American Agriculturist (monthly).........
Ltslie'e Budget of Fun (monthly) ,
Tbe Scientific American
Tbe Country Gentleman (weekly) ..
Rural New Yorker (weekly)
Army and Navy Journal
Juvenile Periodicals.
Our Young Folks (monthly)
The Youth's Compauion (weekly).... .. .4
Demorest's Young Aniertca(monthly)
Tbe Chicago Little Corporal (weekly)
The Boston Nursery (Monthly)
Merry's Muenu, goston (montbly)r
Children' Home(iuonlbly)
California Periodicals..
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin
" " Alta
Sacramento Weekly Union
San Francisco Commercial ierald .....
Weekly Pacific
" Nes Letter
Overland Monthly
Daily Alta California.
Daily Bulletin
Religious Papers.
New York Indeiendent (Congregational origan) .... ..
Christian Union (II. W. Beecher paper) .
Chicago Advance (Congregational)
Boston Congregatioualist..
Jfew York Observer(rresbyterlan) .
Evangelist.
Tablet (Catholic)
Boston Pilot (Catholic)
London Papers. '
London Illustrated News
" Pall Mall Gazette
Examiner .
" Evening Mall (tri-wetkly Times)
" Bell's Life
" Despatch -.
" Satnrday Review
Lloyd's Weekly Times
Weekly Times :
' Nature
London Monthlies.
London Art Journal ...
" &iety Magaziue
" Combill Magazine
Belgravik Magazine .....
Temple Bar Magazine
English Society
All tbe Year Round, (Dickens Magazine). ... .. . ..
Blackwood's Monthly .....
Chambers' Journal... ... ..
GoodWurds
Loudon Quarterly
Westminster Quarterly ',
Ediubnrgb Quarterly ..
North British Quarterly
American Monthlies.
Litteir Using Age (weekly)
Boston Waverly Magazine...
Eclectic Magazf ne j.
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine
Harper's Magazine
Atlantic Monthly
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400
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14 00
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300
300
250
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. 600
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, 500
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.16 00
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. 400
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.13 00
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. 800
.14 00
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. 700
. 700
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. 500
. 5 oO
. 4iO
. 400
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.. 4 Oil
. 400
..1000
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,. 600
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.500
, 500
. 500
.5 00
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. 300
.3 00
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Scrtbner" .Montbly
Leslie' Mazazlne
Goiey' Lady' Book
Demorest's Monthly
Tbe Galazy
Overland Monthly
Peterson's Magaziue
Arthur's Lady's Magazine
Onr Young Folks
Sabbath at Home (Tract Society's Monthly)...
Australian Papers.
The Australasian (weekly)
The Town aud Country Journal
Melbourne Illustratrated News
.10 00
-.1000
;10CO
. 600
The Weekly Sydney Herald
Devoted Exclusively to M
Ilitchcock'a Magazine. . . :
Petera Musical Monthly
luslc.
'4 00
400
aTaT Any Periodicals, not In tbis list, will be ordered at
any time, and supplied at cost and charges.
Address II. M. WIIITAEY.
Honolulu, 1S71. 51
TO LET!
A COTTAGE AT WAIKIKI.
50-3t Apply to Dr. HILLEBRASD.
WIND-MILL FOR SALE.
AM' LI.-UL'ILT MIND-MILL, manu
factured at the Honolulu Iron Works, twenty
feet diameter, eighteen fans, disk crank, stroke from
10 to 22 inches. Also a PUMP, worked by the
above. 12 inches in diameter and 24 f"' 'onS-
They will be sold at a bargain, and may be seen at
my place at Waikiki.
Enquire of (45-1 mc) L. McCULLY.
300 cas :b s o f
verblank's
KEROSENE OIL!
WARRANTED
As Good as Downers
AS IT HAS BEEN FAIRLY TESTED AND
found to give entire satisfaction.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit Purchasers
AND AT LOW RATES, AT
48-lm F. A. SCIIAEFKR A CO'S.
NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED
PER BARK
A. J. POPE, FROM BREMEN.
ALSO
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK
OF -'
GENERAL IROHAITDISE
Ex Late Arrivals.
For Sale at Reasonable Rates
. - AND ON
Liberal Terms to Suit the Times
at
IF. A. S CHAEFEK fc CO'S.
48-lse
AUCTION SALES.
Br K. P. ADAMS.
ogrxlistr Sale 1?
ON THURSDAY,
Jan. Stlt, at to A. 31. at 'Salcsiroora,
A Large Assortment of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING S GROCERIES,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE.
ALSO
Three dozen Mule Collars,
Twenty sacks of Humboldt Potatoes,
Tea sack Barley, 20 lacks Oats.
ALSO
Choice Trees and Plants,
Norfolk Island and New Caledonia Pinei,
Bidwsll's Araucarla and other Pines,
Euca'yptus, Pyramid Cypress, Ac.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
No. 10! No. 10! No. 10!
JUST LANDED nnd being nnpackctl ex.
Bark "Comet," from England and Paris, the
astlot of Kid Gloves, only $1.50 per pair; worth
$2.50, and really tho nicest lot of Hoods for Christ
mas or New Year's Presents, and will be sold at pri
vate sale only. The Goods will be ready lor inspec
tion on Friday, and will be sold at reasonable rates.
451mc JOHN TH0S. WATKRHOIWE.
NO. 100 NO. 100! NO. 100!
QUEEN'S WHARF, opposite Brewer A Co. A
number of English Patent "New Mammas,"
wutt a great variety of Fancy Goods for Christmas,
will be ready for inspection and sale on Friday next.
None of these Goods will be sold for Christmas or
New Year by the hammer.
49-lmc JOHN 1H0S. WATERH0USE.
BEE HIVE STORE!
a
CSREAT VARIETY of New Goods at
Wholesaler just received.
A
49-lmo JOHN T1I0S. WATERHOBSE.
COOKING STOVES
J. NOTT & CO.
JgCi HAVE JUST RECEIVED per "Shellehoff,"
jffgfcft FULL ASSORTMENT OF COOKING STOVES
"l Plain aud Extension Tops all size aud prices.
SHIP'S CABIN STOVES,
TWO HOLE FURNACES,
CHARCOAL FURNACES, &c,
Which they offer at " Bottom Prices."
Stores purchased at this establishment set up
free of charge and warranted. No. 9 Kaahumann
Street. Makai of the Post Office. 4U-5to
Black Silk, Alpacoa& Cotton Umbrellas
JUST RECEIVED
Per A. J. Pope, from Bremen,
For sale at reasonable rates, at
17-lmc - F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
WINES AND LIQUORS!
TN WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT,
JL Consisting of :
Holland Gin, in cases, French Cognac in cases.
Old Port and Sherry in eases.
Genuine Hock Wioe,
Fine French Bordeaux Wines
French Claret,
Genuine Heidsick Champagne!
, In quarts and pints.
AH cf which an of Superior Quality, and For Sal
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
48-lmo At F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
Received per Latest Arrivals!
FRESH- GROCERIES!
OfEvcry Ucicrlptlon,
Suitable for Families, Ships &theTrade
seen as
TABLE FRUITS, ASSORTED,
Pio Fruits, assorted,
Fresb Salmon, in I and 2 lb tins,
New Salt Salmon,
Bacon,
Dried Beef,
Smoked Besf,
CH2ESU, CRACKERS,
Japan and Comet Tea,
Assorted Teas, best quality,
Kerosene Oil, California Syrupy
Westphalia Hams, Sugar Cured Hams,
Fresh Baltimore Oysters,
Presh Family Flour, in small bags,
Corn Meal, in small bags.
Crushed Sugar,
No. 1 Brown Sugar,
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel,
Spices, all kinds.
Extract, all kinds.
Fresh Lard,
Currants,
New Table Raisins, Almonds and Walnuts,
KONA HONEY,
Fresh Molokai Butter I
Scotch Salmon,
Macearoni,
Hops,
Cider Vinegar,
Vermicelli,
Candles,
Polar Oil,
W. K. Lewl9' Tomato Ketchup !
COFFEE, ROASTED AND GROUND.
No. 1 Rice, Coolie Rice,
Saloon Breadrio boxes and qr. boxes.
Sardines, half and qr. boxes.
Yeast Powder, Bird Seed,
Pia, Loaf Sugar, etc, etc.
And by every Arrival tee shall have
Fresh Stock of
ASSORTED CALIFORNIA PRODUCE!
Which we will sell either at Wholesale or Retail, a
the Lowest Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
OIto Us a Call,
JUDD & LAYTON.
$0 lme JTo. 53 Fort Street.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
THAT THE
MARINE RAILROAD
In ajraln pat In Workta? Order.
Jg- This Railway i capable of taking
SSHmL up Vessels measuring up ta 4$ metres (113 ft.
abt.) of keel.
Tbe draft of water forward tuuit not exceed 2 me
tres 30 centimetres (7j ft. abt.), the draft aft calca
Iated at the maximum increase of 6 centimetres (21
inches) for each metre of keel.
The charges for taking up a vessel, aad staying tke
same upon tbe Railroad, remain tbe same aa fixed
per tariff of 13th Dec., 185s :
Basmlar Sars, Ls
!brt Say. c1bs , T
Uaaeatac.
Vessel under 100 toss BW. $18 96 W.J8M
Vessel from 101 to 20 t'ns.lM 3i M M 12 M
Vessel from 241 to 3M 1M MM W 18 M
Vessel from 101 to 4M " 2M 48 M 124 24 M
And beside for each ten.... 1 24 2$e. S
42
AUCTION" SALES:
iir C. S. BAllTOV.
THIS DAY,
WTT.ja -1 . Ail a . mmi
as vuuvoua, i v avu, cv av as aaka
Will be Sold
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Bleached, Brown and Bine Cottons and
AN ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING-
ALSO
Cases of Fresh Pickles, Mixed Pickle),,
Cases of Catsup, Worcestershire Sauce,
Cases of Oregon Ciderr
Cases ef Large Pickles.
C. a. BARTOW, Anctioneer.
Assignees' JSgulo
At Auction.
The Undersigned will offer for Sale atTutlio Auc
tion, by order of the Assignees of tba Eatttc of C. X.
.Spencer i Co., at his Sales Room, In lh City cf
Honolulu,
On Saturday, February 11, 1871,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
-All that Certain Piece of land!
Situated In Laupaloelioc Gulch.,
District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, conveyed to C. N.
Spencer by C. C. Harris, by deed, dated July 20, ,
1S63, and bounded and described as follows
Commencing at the makai northeast corner of Ka
hanal's lot, and running along his lot south, 41
west, S40 ehains, to thc school house lot ; thence alone;
said lot south, 37i 3 east, 578 chains," to the north
corner of FaapVslot (No. 5); thence north, 35'
east, 300 chains; thence north, 31J welt,, 508
chains tn commencement containing 4j acres, to
gether with all and singular
The Buildings Thereon Situated.
C. S. BARTOW. Anct'r.
FOR SALE!
THE COTTAGE PIANO
FORTE, belonging to MADAME CAR-
ANDINI. Apply to
C. S. BARTOW.
45
PHOTOGRAPHS!
M. DICKSON hai fitted np
I the Gallery on Fort Street, east
side, between King and Hotel Sts.,
and is now prepared to take Pic
tures of any desired style or sire.
Z&r Island Views for Sale. 43-6me
JUST RECEIVED
Ex "A. J. POPE,"
AND
FOR SALE BY .THE UNDERSIGNED,
SUPERIOR
COTTAGE PIANOS!
From the celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
Shall "We Say More? Yes!
We will say they were ordered by A. H. nAVELL,
who was well qualified to judge of their superior
qualities, be being a flrst-class musician, and having
dealt in these Pianos for several years in Australia,
These Pianos are in beautiful Italian walnut cases,
and are in splendid condition, having been packed in
xins lined cases.
ALSO
TWO STJTEKJOK. PIAIffOg.
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known house of
HALLETT A CUMPS0N, Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A. J. Pope," a fine assortment of
MUSICAL INSTRTJMENTS,
srat as
Harmoniume, Violins, Organ Concertinas,
Guitars, Violin and Guitar Strings,
Piano Strings and Felt, Musical
Boxes, asssorted ; Organ
Accordeons tcith stands,
Tamborines,
Jiegulatidn Drums and Toy Drums.
(feRISTMAS IS COMING-!
Alo a large aortracnt of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
EX. LATE ARRIVALS,
Now Opening,
All of which will be sold -CHEAP FOR CASH at my
Ware Rooms on Fort Street. Particulars in adver
tisement next week.
49 3mo C. E. WILLIAMS.
BE "WISE!
THE BEST PRESENT
FOR
ClIIUSTMAS OK rVEYV YEARS
IS AN
HM'STJXAjM'CXI Follies' Of VMM
JYXIW 33IVCVX,VTV aj
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Don't Waste your Money oa FeriihaMe
Playthings" or Japanese Ware!
Present yonrVtre and Children ibis year,ae
Christmas or Nevr Tear Gift, an Insraafw '
ance Policy In the Sew England." .
ONLY THISKt
At tbeageof 25, $20 annually, will secure tlOOO
for your family 1
At tbe age of 30, 923 annually, will secure 91000
for your family 1
At tbe age of 35, $20 SO annually, will secure
$1000 for your family I
WHO ARE WISE 1
THET WnO INSURE THEIR LIVES Uf THE OLDEST
ASD BEST COMPANY IX THE
New England Mutual Life Insurance Cs.,
or WHICH
CASTLE de COOKE are Agenta far th.
4 8-4 to Hawaiian Iajands.
THE BEST CIGARS 1H TOWN
JUST RECEIVED!
-" I"or Sale Toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen fc Nuuanu treets, -
Direct from the Manufacturers !
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYUE,"
THe jaTl33.oast j&mo3rtxxxem.
OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ewer Imported into this Xaurket
ASfD WIIICH
HE OFFERS AT KKAJOVAKLK RATH.
11 Sir
CHAMPAGNES,
WINES AND
DRAUCHT ALE.
r . - s.
I CASKS RHINE WIN'S,
X Five hogsheads Teaaant's 4ra(M ale ;
Five hogeaeaats HiteaiMos ifcaejht al ;
Keidsiek etampagae, lrt sad ieal, wars 4
ed Bssnuia j . , .
Sagoi A Co', chases gave, .- aW'saato, waa
laeted gannrae r ' ' p' '
Xalrat, A Pis .. papa, sjaara,iaarraial
Jat kaMaavflrr sate by. -34-fcM
ft, HACKraUB A CO.
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