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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, February 01, 1871, Image 4

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LATE POEEIGN NEWS !
ECROPEAX.
V exux. Dee. 21t TfliraH Cable. In hastening
a 'eoessmstion of esperficial colon ol Germany,
Bismarck haa'pla red tli tlronM t tromp card. Toe
proclamation of the United Empire of Germany it
YcreaHes, amidst the tiin of nnlBterrnpted hostili
ties, baa hid a twofold effect, tod shows the French
Vat rtter cselesscesa of further opposition against
tlwir opponents, who display the utmost harmony
aad atreegUi ia the heart of the conflict. The nn-
certainty of the fall of Paris is a topic of convrrsa-
ties, asd the demand for a,apeedy bombardment Is
daaserees. The o3eiil organs assure the public
thai Vtx mHttary chiefs are fully awake to their doty
and lbs! Uiej will leare nothing undone to speedily
restec lb? Capital The belief prevails that the
bombardment has been postponed bftocQneen of
T,t-4. hoi the official organs aay it is rather ow
iaz to the MSenHy in reacbinc the city cfiectlTely,
lac FTBseUa halt erica beicj incomplete and lacking
araaattJon.
Oses to thexapltal the Germans will make a firm
Jooueg, aad occupy it until the French erect a res
jmsssMc cevernmcst. In regard to the manoner of
acoompHthiog this, whether by upsetting the pres
ent Gaseiumtsl and recalling Napoleon or one of
toe Orieass family, or by the construction of Con
aal Geaeral, the widest opinions are formed, el
tbosza the best informed express the conviction
llm the only way to get out of the labyrinth Is to
irrofatu the Constitutional Government under
Xapaleesi.
Wowderfri tCarta are still being made for the
jnpcoUon f tbo war, and the oldest classes of
the Laadair are being dratted, equipped and sent
to the front, caHs being made upon officers former
ly as an lice to return to active duty. Official of
vumh ekf arttncEta are sent with muskets on their
oMen te SU the civil posts in the conquered
territory, liar bills announce that the actors, sing
ers aad seese-aUflert have all gone to the war.
Ltoxs ria Lokdox, Dec 24th. The occupation of
Nehe by lite eaetsy caused a panic here. Meetings
were swM at wMeh the orators made fryitic appeals
to the ssettitnde. The tocsin was sounded and the.
Natioeal and Mobile guards appeared. Among the
d'-iegattoas assembled in the procession were women
aaarajtiig who passed through the streets. The
Keel KeawbHeans gathered in large numbers before
Hotel a VSIe and clamored for vengeance. Gen.
CsMwars, the Commander of the National Guard,
rotated tbem admtttiuri. lie was assailed and his
word broken in self-defense. lie discharged his
rerolTer at tbe assailants, and the mob then rushed
boo Bias aad overpowered him. After a jury trial
he was condemned to death, and shot In a few min
wes after recdviag his sentence. The troops re
SBataed passive during the disorder.
Toe oQcial report of the battle ol Nulls, on the
1Mb shows that Gen. Ducrut was attacked by 21,
633 Prasatass, with a heavy force of artillery. The
I" resets bad only 16,000 men, who, after lighting
aaay boars retreated. The Germans lost over 500
VJUcdaad wounded, among tbem were Dnke William
of Bades, and several Colonels. The peasants
foagbt bravely by the side of the regular troops.
KeaBfoFcetscot came up next morning and the Ger
mans retreated In toch haste that. the prisoners
takca the day before escaped. The French loss was
1.200 killed and wounded.
London. Dec 23d. It Is now said M. Favre will
represeat Fraacc In the conference Austria, Prus
sia aad Great Britain have offered an asylum to .the
sjf. and he wW probably accept Malta.
Tbe murders la the streets ol Koine are of nightly
Tlx life of the Rector of theAmcrlcan College was
attempted to be taken.
The Prussians are fortifying their line of retreat
between VwvafHrs and Metr.
Lord EatSeM Is appointed onder-Secrctary ofStatc
ir. pjaee ol Otwaj. and Davidson, the member ol Par
liament for Durham, Is apjoluted Judge Advocate-tn-ueraL
Advice from Berlin state that a part of the terms
for peace is Ibe demand that France will resign Savoy
and Nice to tbt Pope.
apiz, Dewnaber, 23d. The observation of the
eclipse was a seeeess here. Good photographs of
Um coroaa were obtained.
Mtuccm (Sicily), Dec 2Sd. Professors Pierce
and Lockyer report tbat their observations taken of
the eclipse were imperfect, in consequence of un
lavorabic wwatfeer, bot results obtained last year in
America were confirmed.
Sososacx, Dec 25th. General Faldbcrbc, com
saadiag Ibe Army of the North, sends thcfollowlng
nsporu te Ibe Minister of War :
Tax PniMtaes gave us battle on the 23d instant
"Wt- were woM posted between Bossy and Con try.
Oar troups fought admirably during the entire day.
Tbe village were taken and retaken. At five la
afMrsKwa our success was complete We drove tbe
ca amy before cs with tbe luyouct. Duilng the
MgM tbe Prassisns eutered some villages in the val
ley, bot tby old not try any attack on onr posi
tions. Otfeer roperts say Faldhcrbe was successful on his
ricatabd left wiega, aud his army slept on the field
fba(Jk. but the result waa lndeclsltc Next day
tbe enemy showing no disposition to renew the light,
FatdBcrbe returned to Albert.
Bam, Dec 25th. King William telegraphs tho
feilowtBg dispatch to Queen Augusta :
General Maateaffrl won a victory on tbe 23d, scar
Abumm. takteg 1,000 prisoners, snd he has com
anmc to panoe the French iu the direction of
Arra lc-dr
; HrW cable Bbossixs, Dec 25th. General Fald
berbe kaa aadea back across the valley.
Daring tbe battle of the 23d, ManteufiVl stormed
SaaoescoGit, Montdldler, Darones, Pont Noyellc,
Bsty XL& Veos;urmont, the French yielding only
after desperate resistance The German iossea are
oeatltOOO; tbe French Ineludlog prisoners, 5,500.
Laseex. Dec 25ih A fleet of transports Is pre
jurag to leave Brest to-considerable force foran uu
tesn tteatiaatioa. The French Government is
sttiseattag tbe organization of the districts Into
casspa lor tbe saw levies. The people of Lyons arc
conltfrnt tbe lenders wfll be expelled from France.
The total effective force of the Germans now In
Frasce are set down in round cumbers at six hun
4redtbeuaaad, baHof which are now before Paris.
Oee baadred thousand are on the tick list. It lacs -ttaated
tbat three hundred thousand Germans have
been kOed or disabled since the beginning of the
-war TbegarrisoadutyofPruaslavtillbelntruatcd
to Taiesteers, who by reason of being under orover
age, ex oTbavtcg served their time, are cot liable to
xaSsKary service.
i&raZd cable j Bossxacx, Dec 2UL The news
papers say the condition of the army la Improving
4UMy. The great excitement here ia at the conduct
erf the Germans at Orleans, who subjected Bishop
29-qlosp to the grossest tcdigoltiea. It is re
ported be addressed a pastoral to the clergy, lnrok
IrUKTrtcacceof heaves upon the barbariaca who, ,
vuietoe cathedral waa mica with thousands of
Treses prisoner, left without food or fuel, caused
tb ergas to be played iu derision of thtlr sufferings.
JL priest, wearing the dresa of a member of the Inter
xratlatiJl Aid Society, while attending tbe dying col
Oax, bad bis bead laid open by a sabrtcut ; another
priest va shot lor refusing to give Information rela
tive to tbe French army.
Tfea camp la famed between St. Andre, SL Rc-gbr-ds
Cola and St. Pierre, and there is great activity
ir. tbe l24lractioa it troop. The best spirit pre
TaHa, aad isen, ot a21 grade, are ready to assist ia
the exposal defense
Lcssers, Dec. acts. Tbe IbB Matt Gazette an
Domta to Americana, la order to show that Eng
land is heartily tired of tbe Alabama controversy,
thats-hets ready to pay any Impartial money award,
Kssaajastmeatcan be confined thereto.
The Ferae convicts at Portland prislon were dis
charged b& Friday.
Jobs "Walter Jr-, son of the chief editor of tho
Tbscs, whKe seating; fell through the Ice and was
ioai:ed. '
CsSoeisU of New Zealand are dissatisfied with the
delay ef tbe caHs ria California.
Tbe working parties In heading opposite to each
olbtr la tie UoulCcnla Tunnel, are In hearing dis
tance of tseb other. Greetings and hurrahs were
exchanged tbroBghthe dividltg wall of rock for the
Sttb3c,Xssqcarterpast4 o'clock: on Chris truss
afternoon.
Uscjnrjt, Dec. CTth. A despatch from the Com
Banding General or tbe Saxos troops, before Paris,
y.-r. teat the bombardment of Fort Avron
commenced to-day. This fortification Is the most
advanced French outwork cast ol Paris, and crowns
meant Avron at a considerable elevation, and ix
lies from the city wall.
Loxdok, Dec. 27th. Midnight. The French army
of the North has fallen back to Arras haTlng evacua
ted Corbie. Albert and Achiet. .,
Losdos, Dec. 27th. The Shipping Goalie, which
first donbted, now admits the troth of the reports
concerning the treatment of British Teasels in the
Seine by the Prussians, and declares that the Got-
erntnerlt mn8t instantly demand an explanation and
j nita from pmssia.
I loXDOS Dec. 27th. A delecatlon of the inhabl-
tants of Luxembourg to-day presented Prluce Henry
with a patriotic address. Tbe Prince, In reply, ex
pressed his confidence in tbelr ability to defend the
rights of tbe Docby. He said he had faith in the
jostice of thtlr cause, and the loyalty of the signers
of the treaty of 1S57.
Lospos, Dee 25th. Bismarck In a note to the
Cabinet of Vienna calls attention to the reorgani
zation of Germany, aud be expresses the hope that
nothing in the treaty of Prague will Interfere with
ber development.
riJorZd cable -LosDOTt, Dee 27th. The Manches
ter Guardian to-morrow will contain a statement
tbat King William and the Princess Boyal of Prussia,
wrutc to the Queen that they were opposed to the
marriage of tbe Princess Looise with tbe Marquis of
Lome The Queen replied with vehemence, advis
ing tbem to mind tbelr own business. Tbe incident
has materially changed the lecllngs of tbe Court to
wards Germany.
Bismarck refuses to give Favre safe conduct to go
to the Congress.
AStEHICAJT.
RtCinioxD (Vs,), Dee24lh. Just as a porter com
merited waking the passengers for the Southern
train at the Spottswood Hotel, be discovered it on
fire in the lower floor. An effort was Immediately
made to wake up tbe guests, and the scene soon be
came indescribable Men commenced rusblngabout
trying to save tbelr baggnge, and the women, nearly
linked and barefooted, were seen fleeing Into the
snow-covered streets. The steam engines were
promptly on hand, but the waterbcing frozen, it was
some time before itconld be thrown on the building.
The flames spread to such an extent that escape
the staircase was cut off, and tbe guests commenced
leaping from tbe windows. P. P. Clarke, the stew
ard of tbe hotel, leaped from the third story, re
ceivlng fatal Injuries. A most fearful scene of dis
aster then followed. Mrs. Emily Cornelius, tbe
housekeeper, appeared at tbe window of tbe fifth
story, with one or two ladies, screaming "help.
help." The fire company's ladders were put up, hut
the firemen fulled to reach the window by two stories.
While the firemen were endeavoring to lengthen the
ladders, tbe crying women disappeared In the thick
smoke and were soon lost, the room brightening up
a moment after with flames. Up to noon to-day tbe
puly burned, whose names are known are Erasmus
Ross, Mrs. Emily Cornelius, S. W. Robinson, Samnel
lllnes.
The register is consumed, and it Is impossible to
give the names of the strangers who may be lost.
Several are believed to have perished, as there are
about a dozen unclaimed trunks belonging to per
sons from New York and otber nortbern cities. Tbe
westher is Intensely cold, so much so tbat tbe tele
graph wires In front of tbe burning building were
corercd with ice, and tbe steamers were encased in
ice an Inch thick.
Among the ircmarkable escapes was tbat of C.
Shifter, attached to the office of the State Printer,
who was In the fourth story and escaped by drop
ping from one window cornice to another until he
reached the ground. He was badly burned.
The correspondent of the New York Herald had a
narrow escape. Guests lost all their clothing, and
tbe ladles had to walk barefooted over tbe snow to
places of shelter.
The total loss Is $300,000. The business bouses
destroyed were Branch & Currant's crockery store,
United States Express office, and other smullcr
buildings.
Richmond, Dec. 26th. Eight persons arc known
to bare perished by the burning of tbe Spottswood
hotel. A number of missing guests turned up, but
scleral others have not, of whose safety there Is lit
tle hope.
The James river is frozen over this morning.
roCGnKEEFsiE, (N. Y.) Dee 26tb. A fire to-day
destroyed nine places of business on Main streetand
two on Graham street. The loss Is heavy. The
amount cannot be ascertained to-night.
Cnicaoo, Dee 26th. To-dayls generally observed
as a hollday.lu business circles. The wratherls much
more moderate. The mercury was above zero all
day; to-night 10 dcg. above Accounts from theln
tcrlor announce the intense cold of Saturday, and
at Springfield, 111., the mercury fell to IS degrees
below zero.
Uakiuso.vbcko, Dec. 25tb. A fire took place be
tween four and live o'clock, this morning, which has
destroyed a large number of the principle business
houses iu town, and buruing Endrz' square before
tbe flames were subduud. Loss $100,000: Insured
for $50,000.
Tbe Germans claim that the new Bavarian mlt
ralllcusc, which was first used during one of the
sorties from Parle, is by far snperlor to tho French
weapon. Being opposed to one of the French mit
railleuses In one of those fights, it soon succeeded in
silencing it completely. Tbe bullets are sent off In
a sort of fanlikc direction. One volley of them is
said to have disabled two hundred enemies,
MosQuiTOi. The tnosqultos arc so plenty in the
Adirondacks that tbey can't all get on a stranger at
once, so they stand around in relief and wait tbelr
turns, like customers In a barber shop. Tbey ex
haust a man In three days, and then let blm alone,
like a deserted oil well, to accumulate more blood.
At the Chicago press banquet on the ICtb, tbe
chairman announced tbat the number of years rep
resented by the journalists pVsent was 1,516, aud
the average 8,093 years, which was received with
applause as an index tbat the editor of the period is
a young man.
'Too- are very stupid, Thomas," said a country
teacher to a little boy eight years old. ."Yon are a
little donkry ; and what do tbey do to ofcre tbem of
stupidity !" "Tbey feed tbem better and lick them
less," said the arch little urchin.
JUST RECEIVED
Ex "A. J. POPE,"
A.ND
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
oUftKIUH
COTTAGE
1?I AJSTOS !
JVom the celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Paris.
Shall "We Say More ? Yes!
We will say they were ordered by A. H. HAVEItL,
who was well qualified to judge of their superior
I qualities, he being a first-class musician, and having
I dealt in these Pianos for several years in Australia,
; These Pianos arc in beautiful Italian walnut cases,
I and are in splendid condition, having been packed iu
I -lt,c lined cases.
K ALSO . .
TWO SOTMIOE. TIAXOS.
In Rosewood Cases, from the well-known louse of
IIALLETT & CU.MPSON. Boston. Also, direct from
London per "A. J. Pope," a fine assortment of
MUSICAL TJTSTEUMEJfTS,
tfca is
Harmoniums, Yiolitis, Organ Concertinas,
Guitars, Violin and Guitar Strings,
Hano Strings end Jilt, Musical
Soxes, asssorted : Organ
Acccrdtons -with stands, '
Tamborines,
Hegulation Drums and Toy Drums.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING-!
Abo a large assortment of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
EX LATE ABK1TALS,
Now Opening,
All ef which will be sold CHEAP FOB CASH at my
Wire Booms on Fort Street, Particulars in adver
tisement next week.
-19 3me C. E. WILLIAMS.
MERCHANDISE, &0.
CAMPBELL, THE TAILOR,
WOULD NOTIFY HIS 3IANY FRIENDS
PnV.1;. lh.l tin itill eXilts. th-inrh at
an elevation of seventeen step above the levels of the
und and dust, wbere nue uooas, sscu as ue uaa
ought to be. On the
SECOND STORI OF G. RHODES' NEW F1RE-PK0CF BUILDIlrS
KAA1IUMANU STREET,
Right at the top of the Stairs, he may be found with
a .a ice Assonraeniaieufc vi
GOODS IN HIS LINE
Selected by himself, in San Francisco, expressly for
this Alarltel.
5). Orders from the otber Islands aud the Coast
promptly-attended to.
In tie Newest and most Approved Styles.
N. B I'nllcd White Flannel Tor Snits. It
don't shrink. , 1 lme
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED I
A-"ri For Solo ty
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen &. Nuuanu troots,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYLIE,"
TJrao Flreosit jsu9ozrti33.o23.t
OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imported Into this Market,
AND WniCII
HE
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OFFERS AT REASONABLE RATES.
01y
SELLING OFF
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE!' HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDIFIELD,
Would Call the Attention of'
PLANTERS, MERCIIAKTS & MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE !
PECULIARLY ADAPTED
For the Wants of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A GALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS 3IANY TI1IKGS WILL BE SOLD
UsTot 'Only st Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO HAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT
or
gricultural and Other Implements,
Coiulufr from the Iast.
The Usual Discount Made to the Trade!
SJT' Orders from the othpr Tutiinilit .n-.fnttw
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
t" No Connection with the Firm across tho Wav.
3m 21
THOS. G. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
-AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER haTinc irarcbased the intermit
oi .Messrs. UijAUh. AUhU in toe Stationery. News
and Periodical Business, Itill continue tbe SJine and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter,
note and unlet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and Bill l'ot cr.
Cloth-lioed, Yellum, White, Blue,
nan ana lanarr .nveiine.
tannine and brrnpathetio Inks. Pens and
Holders, Inkstands A Pencils in variety.
in" cap ana incr sue, Letter liips.
Paper Fasteners, Bobber, Erasers, Rulers,
Penracks, Red Tape, Bobber Bands.
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, Ac.
Illanlc Books, I-.edrer, Jouranlg,
Hay, Lash, Kccord and Memorandum Books,
scrap, iiog, lieceiptand Kote Books,
Penn's Letter Books, with ink.
xitniug .t aper, i,ouing i aper ana iioards,
n ! -n T.I....
xiruioi aoaras, n aier colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac
To the abore, with a large Soppljr of
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS Br EVERY MAIL
will short); be expected, a foil and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlio Clarcxxln.tlxi.Br Ijitoi-njtry
mil contain t-uonard Hurts of tiction, and
New Books will be added hj crcry Steamer.
j. r. omiin-i, DicKens', Uolweri, D Israeli's,
Eogeno Sae's, Wilkie Collins. Marrjatt's,
Miss Braddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, Miss Molbaeh's.TbacVaray's,
Mrs. Orej's Victor Hogo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on hand.
BY THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomas'. Mrs. Oliphant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lexer's, Miss" Mullock's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. Sonthworth's, together
with all the Latest Norelj.
Ee graving, Caligraphy, Stencil Catting & Copying.
wui still be attended to. .
Thankful for past favors, tbe advertiser hones, bv
strict atieGtion to business and tbe iranta of bis pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of tbe same.
All" nri.ri frnm trt fnnntn ).. nti.r.
Islands, promptly attended to. at the loirest rates.
Honolulu. Sept. 27th, 1870. 37-6m
HONOLULU IRON WOKKS CO.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 3, 1871,
our prices for Iron will be as follows :
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FIVE CESTS PEE POUND.
Light & Medium Bar Iron,
FIVE-AND-A-HALF CENTS PEE LB.
3mc
BARTLETT SALOON;
WILLIAM HUGHES,
Corner or Hotel and Fart Streets.
mHE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES, WINES
JL ana epulis always to be found at the Bar. I2-ly
Furnished Rooms
TO I.ET, at Uu, T. Thram's,
No. 59 King Street. -lyc
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A Penny Saved Is Two-Pence Earned ! ,b
THE mWERSIGKED ARE PREPABRED TO GIVE SATISFACTION
TO AL.Xi DEALERS
HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Who will favor us
WE IMPORT
FROM MANUFACTURERS IN
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A THOUSAND! ONE OTHER
TJint nnirripr time nor snacG
Carpenter's, Cooper's, Machinists and
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER PLATED Snaffle and Metropolitan Cririne Bits. Ligbt Harness MOUNTINGS, Silror
Plated and Japanned. OIQ SADDLE TREES, Japanned and Silver Monntines.
MARKET BASKETS, assorted sires. STOCKS AND
iicg, uarrti ana uasc nutjo. a very large
O-a. 3FLI-5LC31-E3
Best Hickory Spokes, from 1 to 2J inch. Best Hickory
common, from 1 to 2 incb. tart Axles, 3 DJ J4.
Best Hickory Baxinr and Express Shafts. Best Hickory
Jiest Hickory Bows for Buggies and Carriages, beat bpindies. lire and Spring fcteel.
Carriage Sprincs, Elliptic and Side or Concord. Fifth Wheels and Anti-Rattlers. Anti-Shaft Rattlers.
Rubber Spring Protectors. SiWtr Plated Hub Bands.
and octagon. btump Joints, lop i-rops, olat irons.
Felloe Plates, Clip King Bolts, Carriage and Tiro Bolts, Axle Clips.
BRIDLE AND SADDLE ORNAMENTS, IN GREAT VARIETY !
Saddle Kails, Carriage Lining Nails,
Silver Plated Japanned
Harness Buckles and Bings.
A nil I ASQfiRTMEMT
in I awfii nwwwtia hit sbivi
Plated Porks and Spoons, each Tea, Dessert and Table.
SCISSORS AND RAZORS.
Carriage and Hunting or Ridin? Whips!!
PAINTS,
A great variety, pnt up in Oil, in cans from i to 25 lb
cans, nil oi tbo VEttY BEST.
Also, a Good Assortment of Dry Paints
And Putty, Challi, Whiting,
French Red and Yellow Ocbre,
Fire-Proof Paint,
Hubback's Pure 'White Zinc and Lead.
Boiled Linieed Oil.
Devoes' Copal and Damar Varnish
Turpentine, Black Japan,
Knotting Composition,
Patent Drier.
IRON FURNACE BOILERS, from 6 to 20 Gallons.
Iron Negro Pots, from 3 to 10 gallons.
auce Pans, Tin and Porcelain lined, 1 pt. to 3 galls.
Fry Pans, all sizes, Tea Kettles, cast and sheet iron,
from 3 to 6 quarts.
Bracket Lamps, Stand Lamps, all sizes,
CHANDELIERS, 1. 2 and 3 burners.
All Sizes Chimneys.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
CIIAKCOAI, SIIIKLD IRONS..
BELLOWS, Blacksmith, from 14 to 40 in.
BRONZE IRON BRACKETS, all
FANCY WALL BRACKETS, cast ironcolored
Black ivalnut, not half as expensire,
Also, .A Great Variety of Seine Twine !
Wrapping Twines, Fish Lines, Cod Lines, Fish Hooks of every size.
MASTERS OF SHIPS DESIRING TRADE,
Should Call at No. 95 King Street,
WHKRE THEY CAN GET
Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, Powder, Shot of all sizes
Sbot Pouches, PoirIcr Flaskx, Percussion. Caps, Iiley's Best,
And a half dozen other styles snd qualities to suit, from 100 to 100,900. CHEAP FILES, all aizes and kinds.
Butcher Knives, got ont expressly for trade. Butcher Steels, 8 to IS inch.
An Endless Variety of Pocket Cutlery, Sail Needles and Hooks, Matin Spikes,
Sewing and Roping Palms, Sai) Twine, best Copper Tacks, Ship's Scrapers, thick steel.
Connecting Links, Topsail Chains, Cooper' Hammers and Drivers, and other Tools,
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE ' m
Sold at Prides that will erive Satisfaction !
TACKS of all kinds, tinned, common iron, Swedes iron, patent double pointed.
Shelton'a TJpEolsterers Round Head and Gimp.
COFFIIt T&PKS, SCREWS, PLATES MID HANDLES,
If ...... -r. .
A full Assortment. .
CARTER'S COPYING INK
In pints and quarts.
Steam Gauges- "
Cruet Stands, Electro Plated,
Wrought Staples for WireTencing,
The Eeal Manila Cordage, J, I A, H,H. U. 2 inch'.
The Seal Baling Bope, two strand.
Any one wishing to get DRV G0(H5 at a Bargain will
Ualaneeoronr atock.or Cassiaseres, iiorroca s nnite Lotton, and otber brands, Faraitore rPiiats,
just receiTed. Fancy Wosi Tatle Cloths, White Toilet Table Coren. White.1 Fhaaef, Mtk
Mohair Lustre, Lsoe Mosquito Netting, Spool Cottons. Sewing Keedles) Iiisea and 14 '
SUk Shoe Lawass. THOMPSON'S GLOVE FITTINO C0KMT8. Brews
Liaea TaV Baaask, Furniture Damask and Gimp, Beet White
Linen Froatiag, Cents' White Linen HaadtercbMa,
Theie with the ThoBtaai wi Ose thisgs set
DI LL1NGH AM tc CO..
XO. S IkUU 8TKBBT.
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City and Distnetif HimMh.
TUH UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
NOTICE tbat he Is prepared to reeetre the
TAXES for the Year 1879, frr'ieaeh and erery, dili
aion of the abore District,
At his 0ce, in Xarine Street,
Opposite the Honolulu Iron Works, aad all parties
are requested to make immediate payment of tbe same.
GEO. H. LUCE.
Tax Collector, Honolulu. !
January 2, 1871. x 5J lme ;
AND CONSUMERS
-OF-
with their Trade.
ALL OUR GOODS
ENGLAND AND UNITED STATES
ARTICLES OF HARDWARE, Etc
tnill alhnaT ns to enrrfnerntn.
Agriculturist's Tools of all Kinds,
AND HATCHETS, of every description.
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BITS, BRIDLES. SPURS, &c, &c.
DIES, full assortment, tbe larirest Will cat np to 2 ia.
asoruneni oi American jiAumat; uvuis.
MATERIALS,
Rims, from 1 to 2 inch. Ailes, half patent and
iseit Jlortlcca blm JluOs. trom 3iS to 9x12.
Poles. Beit Hickory Whiffletrees and Cross Bars.
Silver Plated Shaft, Polo and Yoke Tips, each plain
Large Hole Collars and Harness,
Flow and Horse Cart Harness,
Trace Chains, &c &c.
f) TARI P P.IITI FR V T
vi I nvsjai u w hb it I
UNIVERSAL STEEL PLOWS,
D Handled Eonnd Pointed Spades and Shovels,
Long Handld Spades and Shovels,
Hay and Manure Forks, 00S. best Cast Steel
Steel, Iron and Wooden Hakes,
Scythes and Snaths, Ox Bows, 1, 1J,2 inch.
Ox Chains, Loc Chains,
Dog Chains, Monkey Chains.
WOODEN HANDLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Locks, a great variety of every kind
HEAVY BRASS SHIP BUTTS,
Copper Bods, from 1-4 to 1 1-4 in. for Bolts,
R ,A jEL ST3DETT1S,
Square and Octagon, from 1 to 1, in.
WIRE Bright, Iron, Brass and Copper, from No. 1
to no. 21 ; wire for fencing, no. 4 to 0.
Cedar Tubs and Pails, Brass and Iron Hooped, all sites
raintea wooden runs and rails.
Galvanized Iron Tubs and Pails, asst'd sizes.
LAMP BLACK. VEIIMILLI0N, (China,)
PUMICE STONE, Lump and Powdered,
Rotten Stone, Soap Stone, Gam Shellac, etc.
SOALSS,
Platform, different sizes,
Platform. Tea Serine Balances.
Steel YarJf. Ciistillon's Scale Beams.
MILLS, Coffee, laree assortment.
MILLS, Spice, Com or Wheat.
Crowbars, all sizes, 20 to 60 lbs.
SWP'S CROWBARS.
Horse Hoes, Cultivators, Eagle Plows,
So. A. 2 and 20.
sizes, something very elegant and cheap.
imitation of Ulack Walnut, quite as handsome as the
and will not soil the wall paper.
AMOSZEAG DENIMS
By Piece or Bale.'
Byam's 8 Card Matches I
Brown Cottons by the Piece or Bale.
Henry's Carhines and Eifles, Parlor Eifles,
Cartridges fer Henry's Biles, the Parlor Bites
and Berolrers.
THE EEAL HAVANA 0IGAES !
A few thousand of whfsh we will close ont
Cheap by the lot.
Black Bosin for Ship's Use.
Pale Kosk, So. 1 Caastio Soda.
please Call Immediately, as we wish to slosa ont tbe
suntioQed, will he Seld y
VOLCANO .HOUSE,
ClArai XTXAtTJiA, iAwAh.
opto hr taMvMSSea ot )4sttm f the Teesaa3P'
House, who mar refoea '"rrrraifatiMi
table, and eroft aWee hare, fafesssawit wi4te
8TXA5C A3D ELFHX BATHS 1
Horses S raised asd SUUed if Betina.
CHARGES REASOXABLK.
PartUs Tisltlag the Tofcaao -ria HBo,eaa
.MiMriw tsejoBaj, BJ u. u.
MERCHANDISE, &C.
THEOD. 0. HEUOK
HAS RECEIVED
BTT1TK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
UaltcrmanBt
Hatter,
FKOM GERMANY,
-A SPLENDID-
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
coxsisirsa or-
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
DRY GOODS !
FAHCY G'OODS'!
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
liroad and DrUliant Llotns,
Saddlery, Groceries,
Paint and Oils,
Wall Paper;
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts-t pts Deetjen A Schrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy.
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk.
Spnrltlliit: Hoclr, in quarts and pints,
Port tVIne, MolT'H Malt Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of tbe best male and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of tbe newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone,
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safe,'
-AND-
A Varietyjiof Other Artioles,
Too Numerous to Mention,
'Suitable for Townand Country Trade
For Sale on tbe most Reasonable Terms.
-ALSO-
On Haftzid I .
jyjcMUBKAY'S Fresh Oyitera,
Xo. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Faddy,
Manila Rope If, 2, 2j and 3 inches.
Harana Cigars the best in tha market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil) Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco;
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
--i, '
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Amerioan, Ac, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Fort EtrL
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1879.5-tf
FAIil. TJRADE 1870
Beit A I Hawaiian
ffl MESS BEEF,
PACKXD BT
C. IERTLEMAHN, KAUAI,
AND WAXftAXTI.
Tha eJMre U smM tor m
leaebir. aeand ia Ltrarawi- Isk, aad
last's iaaasae Ma. Xae kt nm
gmsi. ia aiay,MbaTS mH ay'
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Hawaiian ,Sa Wrks,
At Lsiaa .-Vsaaisitusses aad Isalsii
la 1 kiaats at Smb. JW, Ma4tM, aw4
aaitow SHIM- j,
OCce, 3 Fort Beet, where orders will he
asd promptly aUesded te. fff
at mmwms
BT Tajfefcui.
CASTJLE & COOKEfk
Ctitig ia Part i)f
Fittest White 8 Wel IA TlUmmdiSt
.vet... utar.-t L i i on . i
A Sup'r nil if SUttei
Water Lid Xole Pacer. ' i f, ,
White Ruled Note Paeer.
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter aad Bill (Paper,
White, Caff andAuer and Jitter aslr'ta
Enrelopes. 7 412
Payson's Indelible, asd Carter's 'Copying Ink,
Artits"A Book-heepers'- nejible'Ruiers.-f1;
Smith & Wesson's Pistols a Cartridge,
Hair Girths, Stirrups a Leathers.
Spanish Trees, C roups rs and Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms',
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian Packing: Laee aatlier,
Paints, Oils, Ac.
.
White Zinc & Lead. In 1, 2 a IS ft containers
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber. Slenner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion.
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Eladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Tafnish
Bright, Copat and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,'
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe. Pick, SleJge, Ads. Hoe, Oo,
Hammer Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, nameled Trunks,
Coopers' Toolsf.
Crosers, Howels, and Champering Knlrtsi,;
Carpenter's Flanes;; "
Fore, Smooth. Jack i Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3, -i, S, 8. 10. 12. 20, :0.15, JOud
60J, Boat Nails. 1, , 1 a 2 incb,
Pressed Nails, 2 a J inch.
Cooper's Rirets, , 7 a 8 lbs.
Copper Rirets a Burs, I. ,
Ik incb. Gimp Tacks.
Iron k Copper Tacks ot all sizes.
Best Rubber Hose, i, . 1, 1) a 2 inch; .ry- j
Centrifugal, Varnish, Paint. WhlteiWaiH .
and Scrub Brushes. Cor'd Tin Pails,'
. 1, 2, 3, 4. 6. 8, 10 a 12 quarts.
Corered clop fails, .Uippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T hingts.stsels.
Hammers. Gauges, Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Stores. Lime Sqneeters, '
Yard Sticks. Bung Starters, Axes,
Shorels. Spades, Oos. Lanterns,. - '
Eagle Horse, A and O Plows and J, '
Points. Paris Plows, .extra beery and strong,
ProtoxlJd of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc. .
Botraer's Kerosene Oil,
From the Boston Honse.
And Many Other Articles
A LI. TO BE SOLD LOW.
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Pro Bono Publico !"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO..
iiUVO On TT"
AND IN TRANSIT,
Direct Importations .
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The IarsrcAit aud
Best Ass't of ReMiy Kali C!sttef
OS THE HAWAIIAN GKOCP,
x wi npiiv 4i ? vui m mwia n awsrisas sie,.
Good Grey aad White all Wbel.r&S "i""
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached SheeWP '
Thoaspsna's Glore-Fit ting CeMetf; -rt'ii,-'
Amoskcag Deaims, Jens.-rilU alld. .
Bleached and Unbleached Cottoas.
Consisting in Tart of, tIz the CelebraUd
G- DE2 3X TJ I JO", JD
Scotch Tweed Suits I
Cashmere, Cloth. & Drill GarxaeBta,
in all Tsrieties, . . '
Complete Black Dress and Walking Snll. .
Boys' White Linen Cashmere " jp
add Oolh BaiUvV"i
Gents' Furnishing Coeds
Saratoga and Genu' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DAVIES t CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Skirts,
Styled Daries A Jones, ia all grades.
Ovcrahlrtss! Orcrsblila! Orcrshlrtif
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in Otey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed asd Crimeaa..
ALL OF THESE GOODS
ARE A
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PBICIS !
Hats!
Hosiery !
Hats! Hats!
Hosiery ! Hosiery !
For Geata', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN , ENGLISH :
FANCY & STAPH BEY GOODS
AND
cots and Shoes,
DIRECT FR0S ME XAN UFACTCRERSj'-
At the Tery Ia-irt peibl Price
Sy ibe orifiaal package.
AJJ ASSOKTKT X.X S T 0
French Oa iters A pHmjM;
Of the Latest Stylse, arraat4 gas!, of lie .
Tery beat atatarM. Aslo ostaijT' haad
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