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Br" There are do ele of tbc Callijrai mail
fti-aroers a we po to pre 7.f a. M.
W The fall term ofOahu College will clone oo
Friday afternoon with rhetorical ezerciacc.
C-e? Christmas aale at Adams' oo Saturday Creo
le;, and at Bartow's oo Monday cnnlng next.
AccmwT. -Mr. James Wood ofKohala, Hawaii,
had hit lee broken last week bj a ricioua horae.
tW The paa-axe of tie, Vuoi de Gama from Syd
ney to Aorklaud waa made Ic 110 boura the bort
es i on record.
f-? The Tolcano Is reported at reryarttTe, nnder
date of tfae 6th. Ttirrc haa been rain enough lately
to Inrni'b all tbc ft cum required.
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C7 Stmr Kilanra bad a One run to Hawaii last
week, arrirtnc at Lahaina at S A. v.. Makec'a
landing 9J, a. u., and Kawaihae at 5 r. K. Tl.it It
jut! to the beat lime tbc bat erer made to tbc
Stmr Vat.cn Ic tiima entercd port on Sator
I dar midoielit.wlthoat the aid of a pil.it. Our pitott,
after tlik, w ill hate lo be wide awake, when the
mail 'teamen are expected. II they expect to keep
up witb tbe rett of tbe world.
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at tail iaVa-la. Ko-a at Ja a. tm Port Gamble
a- Ktlim L ttarTt .ail. t.v. Vtaajaraa-l r.ala.
a aaaaaa cattle laanaaa. para. 1" iaa
amm. i cat tlla-a pout,.. 110 pea bi'laa.
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tW The elinrch at Waiklki was airuek by llcht
r.ing dnrinc tbe atoini on Thursday latt, which
shattered the ateepie and front of tbe huildin-;. and
Ml it on Are, which waa aoon put nut by tbe heavy
rain which followed, or, aa a apeciator remarked,
" tbe aamr one wb.i act It on Arc put tbe fire out."
ACQt'ITTEt. Mr. AaUmati, alii waa arrested nc
Mani some wer.ks since, on suspicion of lis vine; mur
dered a Cliioaman, was tried at Lahalua last week,
and acquitted. The evidence all tended to show
that tbe Chinamen wbn charged Ashman with tbe
crime were themselves tbe partiea concerned iu the
fcy Tbe new atcatnsbip City of San Francisco,
w bleb it expected here to day, arrived at Panama
Nov. 9, 44 days from New Tork. the shortest pas
It4fl yd made via Cape Horn. She was due at San
Fraucisco Nuv. 25, and would duublless be ready to
leave on mail service ou the day advertised, and be
On the wharf we notice two large boilers
imported from Sau Fraucisco by the Bonanza. They j
are cojdonbt veryfinc, but no bcttertbaD those made
last fall at tbe Honolnlo Iron Works, for Ibe Pioneer '
Mill. Besides tbe boilers, there are about 1G0 pieces
of machinery, all of wbicb arc iutended for tbc
Kuloa sugar mill.
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asa aftju Sa I 11. tSan naia aa alt tar ardara.
Aa i iaaaa wtwaasa Wbitaay. rayatrt-a--
aaaaa, taiMvn;. aAtJa1 a"a
Ill a aaal . bar ar tar. b.tam.
laaaa L- ar ..aaaa. Saatara.
W The new schooner, bnilt by Messrs. Foster
A Co., for Messrs. Campbell and Turton.of Lahaina,
ill be launched al 7 o'clock on Thursday morning.
She has not yet been named. The natives call her
Hnu'Eanaita, (success,) wbicb they think is an
appropriate name, hot " Pioneer" or " Labaina"
Packet would sound better.
an at .hat -rk. T-tlaa. n-taraart'a-
fjf Last evening there was a wedding ceremony
erfomed In tbe parlor of the seamen's chaplain,
Kev. Dr. Damon, where a chinaman was united in
wedlock to a Hawaiian lady. There was quite au
assemblage of Chinese gneslt who provided a simple
bntgenerout feast f.r lue occasion. Altogether It
waa a uovel scene not often witnessed in Honolulu.
11 MtiltlMI 4
To. -, Mai: r u-
T The bark Bueua Vista, heavily laden with
I lumber, on entering tbe port latt week, carried away
. tbe Dying jib boom ol Ibe Iron bark Aglaia. but did
aalart. Mast sr.- ten uo other damage. As a sullor remaiked, it only
a talolalion of tbe British Lion, by the American
Eagle, no barm iutended. Iron vessels, however,
seem to possess unusual attractive powers iu our
New Si'oak. Tbe crop of 1S76 is beginning to
move in from various quarters, and so far provet to
be of superior quality. Among the finest is that of
tbe Pioneer Milt of Lsbcina, which promises a turn
out of 1MW or 2000 tons. Tbc works of Ibis mill are
now the best and most powerful at any in these isl
ands, and are capable of making ten tons a day,
without resorting to overwork.
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a an 1 arrived tbara
sad fraigbt frava i t
ar l..9..lnln. Paaard
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altm pm mtm Taarx de ( inn, Dtv It & c
-mm A C I bp miij. to F Dklton. V0 Hc
i tmm . 4m, to AS r-farm A Ou, 1
Vm. mmt ST -&4k in tratrnito.
The MtMti, This Mrhuoner arrived on :Sttnr
day ercnhut after a tbree weeks puBsaee from Sau
j FranciKO, during which slic bad little or no wind
I and litcra.lv floated down. She i& a new vest-el, and
il measnred accordiuo; to ttie Hawailnn tonnage
, rules, would rcpiMer about 200 tons. Wc beartbat
tbe U for Rale, and if not sold will return to Sau Fran
ciaco witb despatch.
Latest Foreign News.
Bj the schooner Bonanza, we have six davs
later advice from San Francisco, with dailies
to Nov. 16.
Political affaire in Europe, in connection
with Turkey and E.trypt, are becoming more
complicated, and some papers predict an open
Later and more interesting news has been
secured from Stanley in Central Africa.
The movement nf Rama in Asia are attracting
much attention. She ha won a great battle in Kho
kand, where 30.0U0 native trpi were scattered like
chaff before a small bvdv of soldiers. Tbe revolt was
quicklv crurbed by the occupation of the rebel capital.
Ueneral Kauffman found the army of tbe Kbtui in a
stronfty entrenched position, but badly armed and
undisciplined. Tbe camp was taken by storm : 39
fans were captured, and the rooted bjt was chad
for miles. Tbe work of conquest ues steadily foi
wmrd. and the work of exploration atxo. Ruma is
building a colossal empire, and will soon touch tbe
confines of the older Power. The 77ne ears :
Rassia on caa?ti.g tbe whole Kbuksnd. will soon
find brflf tempted t pu-h her eonqnett further et.
Beyond Khoknn.l tie? Kathgar, and south of Kasb
irar are tbe advanced p tU of the BritStw Power.
If that state were once garrisoned by Ruffians, the
Ciar would he lord of the whole af A-i as far aa east
ai China, nnd as far fiuth as India, Afghanistan,
and Persia, but Rakool Khan, who rules Kathgar, is
the mon fcrmidable enemy General KaulTiuanD has
yet had lo encounter."
A fierce competition has "prang np between tbe
two rival telegraph companiei between England and
America. Tbe ehargei have been lowered and lower
ed, until both companies are working at a uniform
rate of Is per word, both day and night.
There has been a good deal of fighting at Pcrak.
The Eoglifb troops ciptured some stukades, repulsed
the Malays, took six cannon, ani burnt villages
along the line of march. v
Two expedition! from London to New Guinea are
now being projected. One of them contemplated tbe
establishment of reltleisenti on the eastern coatt of
tbe island, and according to tbe City Prc many per
sons hare expressed a desire to take part in the en
The Straits Times (Singapore) haa tbe fallowing
complimentary obfervatiun concerning Sir Arthur
KeDnedy. Governor of Hongkong : Hongkong if
just now blessd with an old woman of a Governor
who is posicficd of two ideas which make bis absence
on leave no loss to the coluny, and his promotion or
removal very desirable. One is that the ' Heathen
Chinee in impeccable ; and tbe other it, that mer
chants and traders are sons of perdition, capable of
any iniquity, and tbercture to be repressed in every
possible way. There is not a doubt that tbe blockade
of Hongkong by tbe Canton Farmer of Customs is
mainly due to his want of pluck. Like other benevo
lent, kind-bearted, and well-meaning nincompoops of
the Eieter Hall type, be is capable or any miquity
in tbe cause of ignorant maudlin se nti men tali tni."
Thirty-one thousand pounds sterling were ship
ped from London for America on tbe 2It inst.
Moody and Sankey opened the Rrooklyn rink with
an audience of ten thousand.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray, recently married, were burn
ed to death in IS'ew Haven.
Prince Frederick, a Berlin dispatch says, will be
escorted to tbe Centennial by a German iquadron.
A Washington special to the Herald rays in con
nection with rumor that Grant intends to adopt a
vigorous policy witb reference to granting belligerent
rights to Cubans, that the quite formidMhle concen
tration of so many men-of-war of tbe North Atlantic
station is exciting kren comment, and it is believed
that an important muvement in Cubau affairs will
take place at an early day after tbe assembling of
Fresh Fruit. Tbe capitals of Europe are to be
congratulated upon Ibe successful transportation of
American fruit to tbe English pons by tbe refrigerat
ing box plan. If London and Paris can get New
Jersey peaches and nutmeg melons, they will et.jy
a greater treat than Southern Europe and Algiers
bare ever furnished them. Tbe American fruit will
command immediate recognition for its superiority,
and ite successful transportation will open up t. new
and important trade, which wilt yteld handsome
By the Tasco de Gama, we have files of colo
nial papers to Nov. 20, one month later than
previous dates :
The New South Wales Parliament was opened by
bis Excellency the Governor on the 10th November.
Tbe GoTernrnent took advantage nf this opportunity
to refer to the administrative reforms which bare been
brought about during tbe recess, and they slated their
intention to reimpose stamp duties upon amended
syvtem, and to revise the tariff and Customs laws.
They lira propose to deal with the question of public
education, an I to provide for tbe better representation
of tbe people in tbe Legislative Assembly.
The Ministerial elections ore over, and two nf the
new Mtn;sters bare Iteen defeated. These two gentle
men were tbe latest selection- of Sir James M'Culloch,
and it was at tbe time considered doubtful whether
they could secure their seats if they accepted office.
The immoralities of Chinese are again causing at
tention. lima de Murska was presented witb a handsome
diamond star and address : and also a gold cross set
in diamonds, from tbt Catholic priests.
An extraordinary scene occurred in a church at
Cnllingwood on Sunday nijrht, October 31. When
the minister was reading a statement from the pulpit
was frequently interrupted by some of the trustees
and told he wn tellinglies.
Mr. Ricbard Morton's splendid bead of shorthorns,
from which so many stocks in several of tbc colonies
hare been improved, has now changed binds, but, ;
fortunately for the colonies, has not been dispersed. ;
Thee were .. bead, and the whole have been bought,
with 10 young calves at foot, by Messrs. Robertson,
I ofColac. for 27,000. Tbe imported Bites hull Ox
j ford Cherry Duke was amongst them, and the price
put upon him was ?jU0.
Madame Kistoh closed her series of performances
al the Town Hall, on Saturday evening; before a
' splendid huuse. Tbe testimonial, in tbe shape of a
I beautiful coronet, wbicb had been subscribed for by
some o ncr admirers, was presented on tbe occasion
by Mr. Gntehouie, the late Mayora4jjwttldame'tf reply
was brier, but of course expressive, ani there can be
no doubt that she appreciates the attentions which
bare been shown her during her visit.
A telegram from tbe Earl of Carnarvon states that
tbe space allotted to Victoria at Philadelphia is 6200
square feet in addition to that which it occupies in
the art, machinery, agricultural, and horticultural
And For Sale by
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
By E. P. ADAMS.
EX 'AGLAIA' & 'CEDER,'
And other late arrivals.
rpOIVS BEST SMITHS' COAL,
X Tons Best Glasgow Splint Strain Coal,
Iron, in assorted aixrt.
TTTTnTT. nn-RTiT AT.S t
In 1 doa. eases of the celebrated manufacture of
J0I1X GILLO.V i. Co.. Glasgow.
N BW ADVERTISEMENTS.
V Ward. Ia- tli Cap! B
Tbe suddt'D departure of Wallace is on erer--
body's tongue. Bui besides Mm, we understand tbat
aalal, H.J MaAaa. W I
.J Cirata. Btaaar ITilla, SrWtxr. A f llai1-li
- Bin Abaaaat 41 sleek.
aearvh ear atjar fearo d Gama. lav '. Rct F
sac Ir tiaaalta f. San I'raariam.
Da WU-Chaa Wall ' "Dolbl'r bigamist left suddenly in tbe Mattlc Macleay,
ti H ft Webi,. Or., for Portland wbo was married berc only a few
.i Jii. ...i. i an I
u tla. '.-Hi. Maji.li
H Hairfcca. Mrs P W..rf.
Via H Oeraajeil east 2 rkiMrae. Mr tau.la.
A llatrfainaua. 0 B Fpearrr.
months slcce, be bavlng left a wife. It is said In San
Francisco, wbo is uow in acarcb of ber faitblesa bus
band. It will come to tbit soon, tbat every stranger
arririug will bare to be interrogated at to bow many
wires be left behind.
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Jettr AL Fe. a "hi nam an. to Ukr
a.W- Sab. after aa tlltaaw caT a f.a
auas CouaaaE. ta. t.a atfa of Mr. R
as t as w. j aaoaira. aad 11 ears.
t w.-.-aliar rapara F4raae wpr.
Mr Mk tJH""111
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a H. -a- Vaaa
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J H KtaaarMa-r. fraT.nl.E
ear Oavaaa let Satan. M. a York.
kaiamaa Pram. Nretev.
a J W lner.
It F Blrkf-rvn. City.
In Trocblc Again. Captain Doane of the chip
Graugerand Capt. Frailer, ol tbe wbale bark Illinois,
hare both been arrested In 8. F. on charges of Ill
treatment of crews. Capt. Frailer was arrested on
the cars, haring started lot New Bedford, and wa
brought back to 8an Francisco In charge of tbc
Sheriff Tbtt It only a repetetion of what wlialcsbip
maatert too often find on entering that port, and
tbe wonder is that Ihey continue to go tbene.
Okcb More, Almost a Fire. Tbe narrow es
capes of Honolulu from tbe devouring element bave
be-n Dumerona. Friday morning, tbe 10th, there
was almost a fire. On opening tbe office of tbe
American Consul, In the second story of Mtkee't
Block, it ws found that the bottom of a wooden
MM filled witb sawdust end tbe floor beneatb
It, bad been burned through, and tbe fire was at
work on tbe floor timbers. It It supposed to bare
proceeded from a lighted cigsr thoughtlessly dropped
by some visitor at tbe office, which lind communi
cated to the sawdust and thus slowly burned all
night. P. C. A.
Till DWi:i.LI' IIUI'SE LATELY or.
Cl'IMEl) bv the subscriber, situated in Bereunla
This house Is In rlrst r.te rrtiair, and litti-d
with all the aMtTVCOtttBoaa or a lirnt elai nous..
Inquire of 6T0 MtXafl CO.
TlfffK IK TO KIVi: NOTICE THAT I THE
U!id-rlfrneil have thfa IG tluv of November. 175, up
pointful Col. C. II. Judd, to t my attorney lo fact and law
ful agent. He will attend to nil business, collect all monies
and pay all blUs for me In my name, the tome as If I were
pvmonally present. MAK1A A. BOYD.
Honolulu. Nuv. 16, 1875. 570 -ft
Administrator's Notice to Creditors.
HATING iM'fii Appalnlod AclnilnlNtnttor
with tbe Will annexed of tbe estate of MATHILDA
KCKART, lat of San Kranclaco. California, V. .S. A., and
formerly of Honolulu, HawalRm Islands, deceased, and ad
r r non vf the Kstateof THKLSTIAN BCK
AKT, deo'iiiM-d, by tbt- Kuprrni Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, stttinj. In Probate . I hereby notify all creditors of
tbe Bald Mathilda Kctcurt. deceased to present their claims
duly authentic!!.' -1 and with th pniper vouchers If any
exist, Including huch claims us aay be secured by uiurt
frage upon real estate, to me at the office of C. ilrewer
t Co., in Honolulu, within six months from this date.
P. C. JOS ha, Jr.
Honolulu, II. I., 15th December, ln76. 5.0 4t
95 Fort Street.
HALF Qtf ARTER BOXES Fine Table
I lb. Tint Sultan Kiislnt,
4 and 7 lb. Tins New Currants,
Jars Citr..n, Leisuii and UixeH Peel,
French Prunes, 2 lb. Jars,
FRENCH PRUNES, FIVE POUND TINS.
Buxes Figs, 2 lb. each,
New Walnuts and Almonds. i
Confectionery, in gl.ua,
FINE ASSORTMENT OF SOMEBODY'S LUGGAGE.
Cuttings' Pean, Peaches, Cherries,
Quinces and Ulacttberries,
English Fie Fruits,
English Jams and JeKies,
English Plum Pudding. 2 lb. tins.
Crosse 1 Black-wells' Pickles,
Roast Pheasant, (in Tins, whole,)
Potted Game, Duck, Chicken and Turkey,
Devilled llam and Tongue,
Anchovy and Uloater Paste,
Oxford anil llologoa Sausage,
Ox and Sheep Tongues,
Ancliovics in Oil,
Stuffed Olives. French and Spanish Olives,
Raspberry and Lemon Syrups,
Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice Cordial,
Sugar of Lemons,
Cox's & Nelson's Gelatine,
Celery Salt, Celery Seed,
Burgess' Eience Anoburiet, French Mustard,
French Muabroums, French Peas,
For Sale br HENRY MAY.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM fLARIFlEIaS, 400 and 500 Galls.
Of Various Descriptions.
Cases Heidseick's Champagne, piutt and quarts,
Batketi Lawrence's Champagne, pit anil qta.
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, extra dry.
Cases llennesjy's Braudy,
Catei Martell's xxx Braudy,
Cases Planet', 1S62 Brandy,
Caset mall Genera,
Baskets Best tteneva,
Caset Best Old Tom Qiu.
Cases Best Kinahan't L Irish Whiskey,
Cases Dunville'a Irish Whiskey,
Beat Scutch Whiskey,
Quarter Caskt Beit llennefiy's Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Best Martell's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Ueruitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Caset Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Imh Whiskey,
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
A Co's Iudis Pale Ale,'piuts and quarts,
Orange Bitters, in cases,
ALSO. JUST LANDED EX "CEDER!"
EWAX'S XXX MO I T, Iu atonrJu(ra.
QUARTS AND PINTS.
PORT H IM:. In 3 doa. causes ; SHERRY Wlna
In S doz. nun ofaiiperior quality.
STO-ie, p. T. LENEHAN at, CO.
J C White, Ibe enlrrpHsIng
Milts at Lahaina (Messrs.
tly Imported a frw
br arcs at tbe atxire mills, working
cm a wiilrifinal fump runniaf from
Mrral k r
eteyitMii eat tbe Woetee-i
1 i a at atttaaaai twaa tmiaai
laoejaaSs taT tbettaallajabaeeaasrijatiutid
aa tba: tt
ABTOKDEt Ob Monday niorniiig, It transpired
thtt W. M. Wallace, alias W. M. Waterbury, pro
prietor of the Chelsea Laundry, left secretly in the
cHt-aiocr Vasi-o de (jnma, for San Francisco, not hav
ing a pateport. He had resided here for tome lire
years nnder tbe assumed tame of Wallace, having
formetly llred in Baltimore, where be now has a
wife, wbo It reported to be i most estimable wo
man It it alto statod tbtt be has a aeeond wife in
San Francisco, and bat still a third in this cilv. He
GOOD TIME ! !
FOR A LITTLE MONEY!
Watches ! ! Watchei ! !
WATCHES FORMERLY SOLD
for ,50 at ('. Krkart'a ran be
bought from the underaixui'il at 930.
All u l-. t . - formerly sold at 935, we
will sell nt aj-'O.
If you wish to fret a barRatn. call
or aend your order Immediately.
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
A l M Itl.K I laOI'S on llic Kl i VOhlll
PLAINS, favorably situated for building purposes, are
for salt- at reskaouabie prlcea. For terms anU otiier partlcu
are enquire of M7 Smj 8. B. IX) LK.
r ANTED THREE MOOD 1 A II I NET
it a K1,JL and Kn-iirh l'u.islii-rs. ApiiU a.n at
St Kill St. (5A9 3t) M. T. UONNKLI.
IIEaRY MAY EXPECTS
PER M VIS. STEA.HKR,
Whittakers' Star Hams,
Cates Breakfast Dacon, Caiet SmolfeJ Sftlmon,
Cases Cod Kih, Cases California Cheese,
Cases Edam Cheese.
Cases Lard, in Pails.
Case Columbia River Salmon,
Pickled Ojsters. Cases Sugtr Peas,
Caes Yarmouth Corn, Cases Chocolate,
Cases Cuttings' Uherkens, Cases Blueberries,
Cases Blackberry Jam,
BALES NEW HOPS
Mats Fresh Dates, Boxes Ner Figs, 1 lb. each,
('.-i-- Stewing Pmne, Kegs Dried Apple,
Al ien Apples, in 2(1 lb. boxes,
Burnetts' Flavoring Extracts,
Casks New Currant,
O-olden Gate Flour,
Bags White and Colored Beans,
B:igs California Potatoes,
Crates Carolina Sweet Potatoes,
Cases Onions, Bags Wheat and Corn,
BOXES FRESH APPLES,
A Choice Ant. of Japan Tea, from Messrs.
Macondraj & Co.
For Sale by HENRY MAY.
per cniaate. Betide, te ad- j , larelr In debt to various parties lo tbit citr, the
C ao oil. tae bearing and abaft keep
Tbe material it quite adapted to
Tbe proprietort intend
r trite tbit article, and they
f. C. A.
tmf At a refalar trtlot of Lodce Le Pt ogres
aV ntVaaarte. Wt TM. A. F. taad A. M . b-M Monday
eauaftg. T inaaibii ath. tbe lollca inf ofBctrt were
H ? Aplri
raw-tl It Frwi
j . . - .
H 6 Ctabba.
nii- if W. '.
i awlaoofr So F t A. M., hrid their reu.
i tbe folloaing offi
! K at acted tor tbe eosuirur rear :
Tt C Fate...-..-- - W.". bf.
a H abate. 8.-. W.
a L WiieaS . W.
F A tb bill i Treaanrer
c T CalaAi.. tecwtaal
Bateee. vbicfc Ml
eras! a Irre faaaaare.
Capt Frost, of tbe bark W. H.
teat trees, for Hone Kong, has
by ta Hawaiian Government to
ea.rtaattari.ts. men tod
ia tbit kjnfdom. Tber are to be of-
aad aril be open to make such
aa tber rboaae eaj arrival. Two other
hash left lev Chine peeaaanilv. are expect-
oa tbe taanc plan of a free
t betas made for six or
if they chooae to mierale
r rata aS. tbat naa be aacertained. tbe plan
paat ta tbe attar paarttrahl one that can be
m aawet the Deed of tbe planter. When
there will be leas etriegency In
thaa there nt Vs and baa baea.
will a tier trot tbe Ire Importa-
of aaeaaad children or rather families, is,
ta . n - wtil be as ore likely to remain
total looting np over (10,000. He was noted as a
; very stirring man, and managed to become a mem
ber of almost every benevolent institution ia tbe
place. Ouly latt 8atnrday tbe Good Templars au
I thorized him. In connection- with two others of ihe
j fraternity, to solicit fundi In California lor the
proposed new ball, and It la feared that he may use
the authority to attempt to defraud tbe order in
that Slate, though notice was tent by the Aim v, re
' voklne the authority previously given to him. Tbe
creditor of Mr. Wallace of whom there are about
thirty, met yesterday at tbe store of 8. G. Wilder.
Esq. to take action in hit case. After a statement
of the liabilities, to far as known, tbe creditors de
cided to leave tbe management of the laundry In tbe
; band of Mr. Wilder, who, next to the bank, is tbe
largest creditor. Altogether be i supposed to have
I taker, away eight hundred dollars , deluding about
300 belonging to tbe Good Templar.
Since tbe above was in type we learn tht pro-
ceeding in bankruptcy agalnat W. M. Wallace as
i an absconding debtor bave been Instituted iu behalf
of the aasecared creditors before Mr. Justice Jndd,
and tbe Marshal baa been ordered to take possession
I of hi effect. It it understood that the main que.
I tion will be ou tbc validity of a chattel mortgage
to enver property not actuary held or owne d by tbe
' mortgager at the date of tbe mortgage. A 8.
I Hartwell appeared for tbe unsecured creditor, and
juQl- JOLO.S lor i lie mortgagee.
THE MI M , hOH V COTTA-E
rfslui-ncf of the ua tt I. If. Trfavtway, at
i-.ii... .:., is offered To bet or For Sale, on
favorable terms. It coiis,-, of a targe, roomy dwelling
at id out bouses, with a fine yard and shade trees, located
on the main street, about five mi notes walk from the post
ofUc?, fatmnds neax Lb? se bore, has fine baBtbinc privi
leges, and inauy ObDvebi nee. For Kutnmer reside dee
for Invalids, the climate i of tshaina, combined with Its in
vtfforatuvg sea bathing, is unequalled ia this group.
For further particulars, inquire of.
&eStf-:iu H M. WHITNEY.
Expected per D. C. Murray,
From tbe San Francirco Refinery,
Kegs of California Cube Sugar.
For Sale by
Ground Barley & Middlings,
Fur Sal, by (470 It) HENRY MAY.
THE I Mil KSK. VF.D la Pro.
pared to take ordera for draying.
Stand on Queen street.
B. V. UUSBAXDS.
tat t tan; t aawiiiLiaiilt
Emigration if diminishing from St tland. as well at
from England and Ireland. In the aavea months
ending tbt Sift altimo the number of emigrants who
set tail from the ports on the Clyde was 12.240. at
against 17,400 ia tbe cam period of 1874. Tbt fals
ing of ia the Canadian and United States traffic, th
sailings to New Zealand and Australia being vary
similar to those of last jeer.
Dr. Loajit A. Botwall claims to bare invented a
practicable flying machine, which be describes aa a
flth that twimt in tba air, equipped with the power to
guide himself through th medium in which he floats,
jaet as the natural ftb, by th ate of hit fin and tail
aad tbe gyrations of bit body, drive and guides hiat
telf through th medium in which be floats.
Notice to Trespassers.
A 1. 1. IM:itSOS ARE HEREBY It'OTIFIED
not bo treapauoa the tjebou Land of WAH1AWA,
district of Wiriarn., Caaba, by letting cattle or any other
animals run on the same, or 0 cutting wood or killing
wild cattle, or bunting on said land. W. C. JOXE3.
Honolulu, Novejieer 29 174. t8
Columbia River Salmon.
JrT RECEIVED PER J, A, FAI.UIABI UU
In barrets and naif barrels- For sale by
AM BOLLE3 At OO,
Just Received '
PER BARK CEDER, FRttaf HI ROPE. A
large Uirosce or Use BEST QUALITIES.
Hubbuck't Paints and Paint Oils !
4t- BOU.E8 CO.
A FIXE AMORTMEVr OF LATE POP!'.
I.AK vocal and instrumental music just received.
Catalogues can be bad on appllcaUon.
M7 Im H. at. WHrrNKY.
Fine Manila Cigars!
AKEW IWOirr OF TERT HrPF.RIOR
quality, put up In Doles of 30U each. Just received
dire, t from Manila. For dole by
tta- BOLUS A CO.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
ItaTEW AND FRESH RECEIVED, PER D.
FOB SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort tt Merchant Sts.
II Aa JUST RECEIVED
For 3D. o. MUnnLY,
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Custom-Made, Extra Fine and Medium Quality
SOOtS cfc SllOCS
Ever offered In Honolulu.
M" IRA RICHARDSON.
Columbia River Salmon!
JI-ST BECEIVED PER J. A. F I.K I XBI B;
in barrels and half barrets. For sale bv
tii C. BREWER A OO.
PURE LIME JUICE
Warranted to keep on the Longest Voyage
Id t, I, and 5 Cevlloo Dentjoboa,
Prepared by George Morris
KALIHI, OAHTf, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Tot Bale by C. Brewer tt Co.
BEST CALIFORNIA OAT HAT For Sal. by
BOLI.E3 A OO
LEtTHER PRESERVATIVE I
IB THE WOBLD.
OR NILE IN HllMli ri.t BY
II. F. BOLLEd A CO.
C. S. PINKHAM A' Co.
Orders stilir.ited and prompt!
. N "r
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Por Syren flroji Boston
IBOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6.
ABD ARE READY TO RECEITE ORDER,
for any of tbe pump, of this make to be forwarded
overland if necenary
BOILER FEED PUMPS.
Pomp far Hot or fold Water, Salt Water
Prices and other Information given br
5S7 3m C. BREWER A CO., Agent.
INFORMATION OF THE WHERF.ABOrTH
of m- brother N. T. KOBTOX, wbo ftb Ip perl aa 2ad
Mate on boaxrl a whaling veaael In May, l "T-i. from the
Port of San Francisco. OML, for the Whale Fttbeilea In
the Pacific . Addreaa H. 8- MORTON,
AUoruey at I -aw.
Oct. 16th, 1875. M7 lm Richmond ViTftima
THE UBDERSIOKEII. FOBMEBLY WITH
Mr Eckart, be;, to Inform citizens of Honolulu and
the public generally, that he haa taken the store on Port
Street opposite Odd Fellow Hall, formerly occupied by
Tboa Taanatt.) where he will alva special attention to the
maoufacturina and repalrlnr of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention tven to Hheli and Knknl Work.
aUT Will guarantee aatlsnbctioo lo ail his work. -
Honolnln, Nov. ath 1I7. (7 WM. M. WENS EH.
Notice to Creditors.
A LL PARTIES H AVISO CLAIMS A AIJIST
V thecauteofE. ii Adderlj, decaaaed are hereby noli
fled to present them with the proper vouchers to the on
danoe-ned. administrator, within afz months from th. first
publication of thi. notice or they will be forever barred.
And all persons Indebted to that estate are requested to
make Immediate payment, each claims can bepreaened
and such debts paid lo roe at ta Bona, of Brewer A Co
Honolulu Oahu. H. J. COOLHXJE.
Administrator of the estate of E. O. Adderly, deceased.
Honolulu. November, ttth. I'Ti. tt ST
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I WILL SOT
pav any debts contracted In my name after thai data
without my written order. W. H. WBIOHT.
Koloa, Kauai. Oct. 16th. 1173. 0-3m
O.AS JUA3T MILS RECEIVED PEB FAL-
ktnbunr' this day, and In perfect order. Por aale by
May 31. 1S75.
BOIJ.EM A 00.
PACKER 1873. SPBISO.
Palklnbnrt,' thta day.
May 21. l.Ti.
BOfXES A CO.
Oregon Leaf Lard.
m B- CASES. RECEIVED per 'FALBIJI
jlwp Dura. evra7
Mar U. 17 1.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15,
At hair-past A. 31.. at fliale Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Fine Priotf , MusIIat, Linen Drills.
Brown Cottont, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawn. Silk Handkerchiefs,
ITemmed Linen Tlandkerebisft,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Orersbirta,
Br C. S. BARTOW .
ON THURSDAY, -
At 10 o'rloeb A.
. DEC 16,
Turkish Towels for Bafhint;,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskesp Denims,
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Taeed Suit, Bed Qailtt.
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Halt, Ladies' Hnse.
Man't Soekt, Bridles and Bitt,
Traveling Bagi, Etc., Etc., Eta.
Be-t Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clutbet Pins. Hhmt.
Bacon, Candle. PickU. Tobaeeo,
Cigars, Fine Tea. Ojtttrt,
Axe Handles. Salt. Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Ar. ate. ate.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
a ultra OF M
Lot of Olothiiiff,
SMALL LOT FURNITURE!
Crockery Wr. Cook Stove, Lamp, Clocks, i.
Balanc of Slock of E. ft A&Urlty. (ineattd.')
Side Saddles. Saddle Tree. Bridle.
Boekle. Sewing Benches. Large Cases.
Aad a Variety of other article.
Lot of Empty limes. Can., Sat of Crystal Sled.
Mack ol Potattcsew.
Ilue-a or nest at.
Mack of Bafgar.
C. 3. BARTOW. Aaetioaeer.
GREAT CHRISTMAS SALE.
On Monday Evening the 20th,
AC bi oW Anrlion Rraaaaa, la tae Pre
By order of tfa Erttyutors of the Estate
of Henry Prendergast, deceased,
OS FRIDAY. PEC. 17th,
At A, M., At UeSToom, Will be Soul,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BOOKS,
HORSE ASU C'ARRIAG K S c.t
As Follows, Tlx.:
One Saddle Horse, Two Open Buggies,
Two Sets Harncsi.
TWO DOEWLE BARREL FOWLING PIECES, 1 RIFLE.
Hair Cloth Sofa, Parlor Chairs,
Lounges and Dressing Stands
BED-ROOM BET: Bed, Buiau, WubAtan1. CtuUra, Ac,
Mirror, M:ittreiv. PrDtf ! Tftblcfl, Square Tables,
MoHqutto N't ts, lllinwa, h:k. Plctum,
Wartlrnbea. Ut-nta fmfte. Clock, -SulV,
Rath Tuh, Drain Rler, Sip i l : r. Commodf,
Hpittoons. Tranlu, Kanj Chairs, Whi'elbarrow,
Optra (llaaaea, Cani'., Whip, Silver .spoons.
Bracelet, Uold l. - UUases.
Glass and Crockeryware, Clothing.
FOURTEEN GOLD IIAU'AIIAX BUTTONS.
SLEEVE LINKS ANU STUDS, COAT LINKS.
SILVER COFFEE PUT, SILVER TEA POT,
ltrea.li.ar Cases, A.C., ate.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ALL W EW AND ON VIEW OH M0SD A Y
THE I -DERIE1 OFFER FOE MLI
at Roblnsoii's W tiarf. In quaiitlutn la autt purrhaara
the 'arro of Redwwoti Lttmbtrr
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate !
By order of II. A. Wldeniann. Esq.. Uuardlan nf toe minor
children of J. Bollmru, deceased,
ON SATURDAY, - - DEC. 18th.
At 12 o'clock Boob, nt Sale Room,
Will be Offered at Public Auction, at the
Upset Price of $850, tliat
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land
On Hotel Street, Honolulu,
Adjoining the reaMenea of I, S. BrOrew, M. PL ea the
enatvrl' aide, and furraerly occupaad by Mr. W. ilacher,
with all the
Buildings and Improvements Thereon,
K. P. ADABS, AOCtloneei
- DEC. 18,
At 13 O'clock Moan,
At Sales Room, will he sold,
50 BBLS. OREGON SALMON
EX CLARA BELL."
B. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
OH SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 18th,
At 7 P. M , at Halearooin, will be told,
INVOICi OF CHRISTMAS GOODS,
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES AND CABS,
'.IN-., Bf AOXETIC T'.v- MARBLES,
nil M i I.I. SIJaKVKBDTTOIfS,
AM BER SETS, Ac, Ae Ac.
An ASSORTMENT of DOLLS.
DRESBBO AND CNDRBSSED,
Ptetar Kraaaet, Caadlettick, Ac., 4c.
Handsome Asst. of New Clocks,
Bronte docks. Mantel Cleeka, Scotch (locks,
leree Clacm, (Jothlc Clocka, Ionic clocks,
Calendar Cleeka, Re-ulator Clocka, Ac. , Ac.
A SMATaL LOT OF GLASS WARE A!VO
ChuutfT FnroitDre, Chain. RocXtn, 8oXm ud Tabla,
And Mi BMorimeot of
China Goods & Curiosities.
M. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
1 In. SURFACED REDWOOD BOARDS,
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Board.
1 1-4 In. Surfaced Redwood Board.
1 1-2 In. Snrfaced Redwood Planki,
1x8 In. Tongned & Grooved R W. Flooring
1 14x6 In. T. & 0. R. W. Flooring,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Rough Redwood Board.
2 In. Rough Redwood Plank,
4x4 Sough Redwood Scantling,
4x6 Rongh Redwood Scantling.
6x6 Rongh Redwood Scantling,
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling.
1-2x3 Redwood Batten.,
" FATES' " SUP. REDWOOD SHINGLES :
ALLEN Sl ROBINSON.
E. O. HALL ti SON
Jutt Received Ex Recent Arrival.
A FULL ASST OF GOODS
AMOXOST WHICH MAT BE WND,
X) KST AMNE.I.EI FEKCB H IKE,
JU 4. i
Bast Chrcnl Tin, Hauee Psa.
Iroa CloseU. Lead Pipe, PaiaU, Oil, Vara.sk. I
Paris Plow, aaii extra PuiaL aasi Barats.
Ox Boat ; Pie, "Ho nii A se tfamll...
H.lio Steal Plew. Horat Uoat. Cvta skaUar.
Axe. Batakett, Aa. , aW.
Shoe Shape, lior Shoea, A., As.
Cook Stoves, Cabooaea, 4 Sixea, 4c. ate, .'
New Goods by every Ship
FROM B03T0X. K50LASD. .ISO
Per Steamers from San Francisco
IRON. IRON. IRON.
HAA J! ST RECEIVED per MEG. WTLIE
a food 0Ttmwt of
BEST BEST BAR IRON !
B Mafcto the patrona e of all in neJ of tbt ibore which
He will sell at the lowest market rates.
Expected by Steamer
tbe chute Ulrt HOW
mmm rmm tum.
(Irurarold'a Ioata aod Poatry al AstMStaa,
Oallerr ot BrtUab Poeta.
IV lure I'uax. and Hatctloaa from Uvaaj
Tbe Ladr of tbe Lake.
Moor.'. Lallaa Hull,
Plctoral t'anuiji Baaiatar,
Bailer's Faatu. a Poeaa.
Beeeher' Mf-of hnii. Vat I. a a
uma' ..,t-er, 4 !.
Wbitlhrr. ualiadar.r -
Whltuer a Cluld IJfe, la Poetry
Oie uM'rZil l'h,orutrHtoa
Jaa Tbocopaoa's Poecaa. tat
Mrs. Bronlaa"s Aurora Laujb,
Bryan fa Poetry sndBun,
kdltii Hay t Paeaos
baknpar.'i rmn jlew Work, ea trAWaa.
liana Manual oflnoleay. Iw ad.
entity's Baaest..ne. In, sawrp
ehamOarlala'. Coaa l Law for Bia.ia.aa Ma.
Ellis' gceen laf kodet..
JeK. IanIar.Pe.ata, a,
K.ble'. Caikli a Hear, y .
FlaTire' uceaa World.
Jules Verne's EiUtaivl Moon.
Taaayaoel Charer. Wr arwoa.
raaaa, complete la oo. rat.
I laaiJanDW'. a -
BlbUa and Tl el , rarVsQr.1 3
Woman oracre.l Mssaory, liatsj aW
Library of Paaaaaa Fli na.
aTatkerly Talk wttlt
Aad otker rect woeka. lea aaBawawaa ta
Has ewreMteby H. M
T arrn the
WAU Ibe la mntiitaaae
ii.i a na-ii i r nave aaa aataai
Ma BY ear
my B-l Boom at Kspahwat; Uar caewnaff a MaawTe
ntraate. aoa it as my Mas at nB aaat ttaraaa
locba waa aad lee lack lea-, aael aatwatcke-r
COAST LI4KY liXJP. l7t."
Hooalula. Oct. 17. (MB at) J. L