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ROTES or TBE WEEK,
KT The schooner KaraeUe left TWterdjy with a
number of laborer for the Kolo Plantation.
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I3r The ri.tfirCT of tuc world's concert of pray
er bare ao far been of interest, and well attended.
Hf" The steamer Colitou, from Sydney, en ronte
to r Francisco, will be doe here in all this week.
Sbe may be is to-morrow, tin! we shall not be fur-pris-c
if tin.- doea not arrirc until Saturday or San
day. Ilea MutfTT's Recbftios. On Friday last Her
Majesty tbr Queen received the congratulations of
the ladiea of Honolulu. at being rbe occasion ot her
lorty-firat birthday. The attendance waa larfc and
t5T" Steamer Kilanra will leave for Kona on
Tneaday of next week, Instead of Mnuday at- advtr
tUed ; relurmiu: 10 Honolulu Saturday atJurooon.
Tbia week, abe will return on Sunday eveoic from
Tn Wmnaa.-During tbe pant week up to
Munday nielil Uie trade wind liaee hecu atronc and
blustcrinc with Ibjbt show era. The barometer baa
Undated from 30-30 to 3013. Tbe appearance now
are, tbal we aball bare a southerly blow before
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MiKuvvt NoTTEKonsi This shin which has
been lor some months in tbe bands of Hag ship
earjienters. Is now nearly ready to late in bcrcamo,
and proceed on ber Toyajre. She has undergone a
most thorough orcrbanlinc, and been strengthened
by tbe addition of new limbers. Capt. Whitney el
presses lilmsell as well pleased with the work.
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SxsTsiftc Coals to Newcastle. An American
paper says. The Fall Kiver cotton mills will fill an
order forSfi.OUO pieces of print iog cloths Irom Man
chester. England. Now, say we send cutlery to
Sheffield aud linen to Ireland Think of tbe wolbera
of England at their next calico party arrayed in
fabric made by t he aoita ao J daughters of Vaukee-laod.
Latest Foreign News.
vTe would acknowledge our indebtedness to Messrs.
Caatle i Cooke, and T. H. Iaviea Esq., for late pa
pers received per Falkinburg frnm Oregon. The
latest dates arc December 15th, with telegraphic dis
patches from Europe to tbe 14th.
On tbe 11th of December a fearful explosion oc
curred at Bremer Haven . bv which fifty -seven per
sons ware killed, and twenty-eight wounded, the ma
jority being residents of Ilremen, who had gne down
to the doek to witness the embarkation of passengers
on the steamship Moselle. The explosion was caused
by dynamite concealed in the baggage of an American
named Thomas. The H'c'arr Ztitumg of tbe 14th
asserts that he confessed an intention of destroying
the ship for tbe insurance he held. It is said that be
attempted to commit suicide, but waa prevented.
The Austrian Ambassador asked tbe flrand Vizier
on the llth. to suspend hostilities and open negotia
tions with the Insurgents.
Boston hts re-elected Cobhs for Mayor.
Congress has no t yet done anything in regard to
The cabinet shops of the Wheeler at Wilson aewing
machine C. were burned on the Uth. Loss $500. 000:
insurance $3I0. UV0.
The Japanese steam corvcttee Ttukmba, Captain
ilo, baa arrived in San Francisco.
It is contemplated to run the steamships "o.roeer
and loan. d Qnma as an opposition line from Sao
Franetsco to China.
The only thing nf interest done in the House yes
terday was the bringing up of tbe Postal bill, which
contains a clause to repeal tbe odious fourfold post
age on printed matter which Senator Hamlin and I
(teneral Garfield respectively engineered through at
the last session in a furtive manner. The House ad
journed till Monday, Dec. 13.
Catv. Willi- : ; - Case. As Captain Wad-lall is
prevented from eotutnauding tb steamship Citv of
Lowoo, November If 6. a. . The Madrid cor
respondent of tbe Daily News says : ' The tidings
with regard to Cuba are serious enough in all con
science. There can be little donbt but that the ulti
matum of tbe United States to the Spaniards will be
sell or fight. Everyone admits that it would cost
Alfonso his throne to listen to the idea of tbe sale of
Cuba at a moment when tbe Spanish Dation is enjoy
Powsa or the Press is Eraoru. One or the most
promising signs of tbe times in Europe is the whole
some fear cf tbe press manifested by those in power.
A real fresh column ol criticism in a Berlin Zeitnng
is enough to give Bismarck the rheumatism, and the
Paris Ministry are giving present indication that col
umns of leaded brevier are of more consequence to its
councils than columns of loaded muskets. It is now
engaged in tbe prosecution of Kouher's official orgaa
fur stating that the Constitution is but an uncertain
regime established by a group of persons without au
thority. Post Master-teneral Jewell humorously wrote as
follows to a woman recently, who applied lor a posi
tion in the Dead -Letter office : " We hare only fifty-
seven ladies employed in tins department. With the
exception of a few translators and experts, and not
more than two changes hare occurred in that force
for the last six months. None of them ever marry,
or die, or resign. In fact, tbe Doad Letter division
is a sort of mausoleum of buried affections a place
not governed by natural lawi for these who enter
its charmed portals seem to lose all tbe motive aud
hopes, and aspiration which sway and g vern tbe
denizens of the outside world. I regret that it is so,
bnt so it is."
The Ti naisn Pirrtcetrr. London, November
lvtb. Cabinet councils hsve been held almost daily
the past week. Recently there has teen a rciterition
of peaceful assurances by Russian newspapers. There
are, however, indications of an early intervention in
Turkish attain, according to an arrangement of the
Powers that participated in the Treaty of Paris Tbe
Timet, in discussing the Turkish insurrection, says
the Julian cannot save llersegovina ; that it is fairly
out of his grasp. Peace can be brought about only
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By tbe 0ngN pupciv, wc thtt tbe mlM
ins steamer Lo Ancrles hut- been found disabled. A
despatch trom SNMM, Wasbinton TeTritorr, tb,
the " found under about teut miles fnini
Victoria, by tbe Rocket. Her et.giae frrre broken
ind useietMsand tbe steamer was compelled to use
ber sails, as tbe only means of pushing forward In
port. Tbe steauier was eight da uuder bail, aad a
bailor waa loat overboard in a gale on tbe fifth day.
Sit Moon. Our Cbincac Colporteur baa returned
from bis trip to Hilo. where be hae been laborini:
foracveral wtks araonj; his countrymen. He has
held meetings at Hilo. and vibitcJ the plantation
111 tbe neighb.Tbood. He retorts baring met some
to hundred of his countrymen, and distributed
tracts aud Bible among them. Several hare offered
tbemselrea as candidate for Christian baptism. Ke .
ligioutj services ou Sabbath cveuings bave been re
sumed at the Ucthcl, and during I lie week Sit Moon
is laboring among tbe Chiueae iu Honolulu aud its
determined lo retain him. and be I aoxiou? to get
back tu hu ship . but tbe trouble at tbe Islands over
the destroyed whaler will i: have a bv settled so
as to assure him again lcsl proceedings wlieo he
bull nut in there. The claim H about 000. and ary
la held by merchants at llonotuln. It i said Cun
gres will be asked to legislate effectively upn i be
cjuv ; also that a paper un behalf of Capt. Waddell
and tbe Comp&oy if in preparation by an ex-Judge in
San Krancico to be presented to that body. Tbe
civil sim for damages i not the only trouble which
pertains to the case. The Hawaiian (ioTcrntueht
might also put Capt. Waddell on trial for his life for
rrwv tW lat took, amt a tali cainco
hn frmmcmc: a4 br I'otmre aailad tbe
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r il fi iwm Ti im V T " Mw-rwr. Jan 1 atPjO
ivt wh. 4i tr at I ok aiirw ttett bad.- guat
at II bail ! f ITT - hu. T ' banaaaa, 2 bu
j. aft bbyaabi, aa-tbwaf Hl
AcctDENTn On Saturdav but tbe brldbaoronei
of the Lsauudry boraes having been removed for the !
purpoae of adjusting tbe bit, the grateful animal
improved tbe opp.rt unity to return home by tbe
moat direct route, much to tbe atonibment of tbe
young gentleman lu charge. Tbe wagon aud borac t
were b'tb cooaiderably damaged.
On tbe night of tbe aame day, a native waa
found on tbe King atreet road near tbe residence of
Captain tlueetngcr In a atate of iuecutibilily, with i
bhi head and face badly contused. As near as could
be ascertained It w6 the result of a collision. He
Wfct lakeu borne and -pplted,wttb medical attend- J
TA'asocp Stamps Fostmaptcr Brickwood, last
week, caused the arreat of a native man and woman,
who bad mailed several letters bearing stamps
which had been cancelled, and afterwards cleaned .
by some process, ao as to be almost as perfect as
new. This practice of defrauding tbe revenue has
become common of late, but is ouly done with tbe i
new brown two cents stamps. This color is tbe I
oue which aid fraod more, perhaps, than any other,
and wc believe is seldom used in other countries, j
Bright colors cannot be washed or cleaned without
being readily detected aud so long as our stamps
are priuted in Ibis color tbe revenue will be liable
to be defrauded. The native referred to were fined
New Years Dvt Was generally observed as a
boIidy in town, and tbe streets were filled with
pleasure seekers on boraeback and in carriages, the
majority of them, profusely garlanded with Leu of
flowers and mate. An uuueual number of cases of
intoxication were met with.
We would iu this connection call attcution
again to tbe practice, which is ou tbe increase, of
overloading those Honolulu omnibusses, the ex
press wagons. On Saturday tbe painful 6igbt was
frequently met with of a poor jaded beast hauling at '
the top of bis speed, a wagon which was literally
crammed with men and women. Vehicles calculated
to carry six passengers are often loaded down with
near a dozen.
ban traDcisco. on account H Daving destroyed me i b tue exlinptlon of Turkish auihoritv. If the did
Hawaii whaler Harvest, while in emmaod ot tbe lurM provhlpei ,ert? 0Dce in thesafekeep.ngof Au
Cunfcdcrate Shenandoah, bis place will be tilled by lrU lhc Powc miffbt ttke tt3ttny tuTrtv of the
capt, Lacblat.. late SaperinUmlent of tbe P. M. b. 1 lUuBtion and proride tor the necei.itT of the future.
Co. f a e. who will go as commander of the City of
Pan Francisco. Waddell was aVafwd tbe command of ; The ofGcial net revenue of the Government for tbe
tbe Company's steamship City of Pekin. on tbe i last fiscal year was SlS.OOO.Oil, distribute thus :
China route, but be declined it. The Company are ! Customs, $1 57.722 ; internal revenue. $110.iW7,4t.t ;
j ianas, i. ii,aw; DMSceiianeous source. 71V.411.
195. TbatoUlnst expenditures were $274,62:1,392,
divide tbas: Cuttnms. $19. 73, 707 : internal revenue,
; UBMU; Interior Department, $t,957, 35 ; "I e im
proper . Itlrtlt JM j diplomatic, $t. 199.220 j
quarterly salaries, $564,517 ; judieiarv. $.1.80.1,915;
net civil and miscellaneous expenditures, $71,070,72 ;
! War Department, $41,120,645 ; Navy Department,
j $21,497,026; Interior Department, $.17,840,873 ; pub
: lie debt interest, $103,093,544.
The Scukmf. ron a MosraasT to LiacaTT pi Xtw
j York HarbkR. Paris, November 19th. A grand
; and successful trie was given to-dav at the Palais dc
piracy therefore it is no trifling difficulty which eon- riodustne, in the Champs Elysees, by tbe Franco
fronts him, 10 any aspect. atatacsw cr. Journal. American Tuion. tbe object beiDg U give greater
ZI I publicity to ai d extend subscriptioue for tbe scheme
Late Foreign IteniS. : for a monumeut to Liberty in New York harbor. The
fete terminated by an illumination of ibe Palais l'lo-
dustric. A representation of the proposed monument
formed the leading feature of the illumination. A
large subscript ioc is progressing very favo'ably.
Tbe Grand Lodge of Free Masns in Can and most
of the Lodges in Frauce have ubjeribed liberally.
Tbe Gram Award.
Chicago, November 19th. A Washington special
say? the CotumU-iun appointed nndertbe .ActofCon
gress aj to bow the distribution of tbe Geneva Award
shall be made, will finish tbeir labors on the 20th of
January, and they will bare about $8,000,000 of the
$15,000,000 unawarded to claimants. Tbe insurance
companies and individuals who took war premium
have made a combination, and will endeavor to have
a bill passed through Congress, at its c lining session,
, to cover these loxee-. there is much fceung over the
mutter. Tbe direction of Iegiiatiuo and the recom
. mendatioui of Congressional Committees heretofore
f have been against sueh claimants, on the ground that
the Tvar-premiums are excessive, and that, with a few
j exceptions, tbe insurers made money. There are
! orbet claimants for indirect damages ruled out by tbe
j Act of Congress, who will join the insurance compa
, nies in the effort to pass a supplementary Act. The
1 insurers claim that they took the risks with the expec
tation that Congress weald relierctbtm if tbey becams
nanKratu tnrougn me contingencies ol war. Jhcrru
Mr. Spurgeon is going to Nice, to spend two or
three mouths in rest and quiet.
At Dartmouth College the term bills amonut to $70.
at Brown Lftt. at Williums $90 to $V5, Yale $140. and
Tbe income of Mr. Edwin Forrest's estate, accord
ing to his desire, will be used to found an asylam for
Proctor, the talented lecturer on astronomy, is for
the aeeond time expected tu visit the t'uited States,
and will commence with a coarse at the Lowell Insti
tute. The Empress of Japan has decided on the erection
of a college fur young girls who wish to devote them
selves to teaching, aud has given a liberal sum from
her private purse toward tbe erpcuse of construction.
M. Rota, a professor of music at Trieste, teaches
deaf mutes to sing. At a public exhibition given re
cently in Paris, they sang in perfect time and pre
served tbe pitch which was mysteriously conveyed to
them by the teacher.
Tbe soil of Louisiana is said to be very productive.
With ordinary cultivation a crop of cane or cotton
often amounts to $150,000 or $200,000. Of the
OOu.OtK aere of forest, about 6,090.000 acres are cor- j a prospect of these bills being defeated, so that tbe
-r finawiwr per r C Vwrrav Jar 1st Mr 9 F Rar
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A Nrw Year's Gut Dr. John 8. M'Grew was
made the recipient on Saturday last of a beautiful
piece of handiwork, consisting of sbell-work set in
a chaste frame made of various choice island w oods.
It w as presented by Mr. and Mrs. Warren Chamber
lain, and tbe following extract from tbe letter ac
companying, will explain its object.
' We trust that you will do ns the favor to accept
tbe accompanying artistic device, in sbell-work, en
cloaed iu a traine made for it out of a rariety of isl
and w oods, as a testimonial of the grateful appre
ciation of tbe parentsand of tbe circle of near rela
tives of AlxiBM.CBAaTBKiu.AlK, to wbom,Dcarly one
year ago, you gave the roo$t unwearied and devoted
professional attendance. Interest and sympathy, dur
ing tbe das and nights of her distressing sickness,
nntil ber departure from os refusing to receive any
lcuoiarTcompei'satiou for your tolls tn her behalf. 1 1
l.w.-sr-r 1 4sx-1aeat aW Mi, hf the He R.H
v. . aaaswii ataital - .1 !-cbt. m af
Mull is Maw 1 1 1 s Tat m 1 M ir f Mr. C W.
CawA .-'aww eat.
lai iiS i wr Ou es lataf Jan 1, at st Andrew
Cawaawwaa, ttawaaaai a nw Bt Bwa taw of Hooo-
. wsttwai- A . 1 1. Kawsar B sixn
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AlltJBJO.1 Oenekal It is pleasant to
; to BBt of tbe highest oOces of
wjJ to Bcmolclc Society. W. R.
. IV. . a fo-raer Bessber or the T. M. C A.,
ah e ai wwraihinwa. W r bare not forgotten his
inw. and even
Fire years of proles
cr. amid tbe sharp con-
Bf JBBBrtan Socletv and American minds.
aaa wei. jwaUAed hits for the important po
a ajajarB a m called to occupy. His wcicome
ro-Ci. b: trom mor more ao. than tbe
sol law T M.C. A. of Honolulu, with whom
t3T Mr. George P. Lstbrop tbe assistant editor
of tbe Atlantic Mouthly, has recently published a
colleetiou of origiual poetus, entitled licaeand Roof
tree. The volume contains upwards offorty poems,
of which it is said M delicate sentiment and graceful
expression are their common qualities. Tbeir tone,
if not powerful, is always sweet. Tbeir themes are
largely derived irom nature. Several are narrative
iu form. All are highly creditable, and together
tbey serve the purpoae of introducing a singer w hose
voice makes no discord in tbe choir of American
porta." We quote one striking soonet :
A ! rx rut Braxar.
Poor afawBBBl face, that vet was once so fair.
Grown arben otd Hi the wild Bra of lost
Tbv vtar-like beantv. dimn'S witb nrtbl.v dtwrt.
Tet areathiac of a purer native air;
They who whtlowi. curved roll are, aoaght a share
Of thy dead womanhood, their greed uojwst
Hav albflwl. bavt- tnpfMad and left tbe bare,
Btill. like a lwf varr-ae by cbe auujmn gnat.
And On Tin: to tbe end. tboo wr p'! in flame
Aad perfaate alt thy hollow-eyed decay,
Brbjniax on thvwe gray cheeks the blush that Shame
Took with her. when sbr fled Ion; since away.
Ah God I rain fire wpaw tbb foabKld cilv.
Tbal gives socb death, and spares Bs men for pity.
afaraJaawe and twweti
The passengers by a New Zealand railroad train
were ebligww to get out and push it up an iceiine be
fore they eoald proceed on their journey. It is said
that traveling in this fashion is popular in New
The people of the British Isles consume about a
quarter, or eight bushels, of wheat per capita each
ered with pine, and 3,000,000 with cypress.
Tbe residence of Washington Irving, on the Hod
son, remains as in bis life. It is occupied in the sum
mer by bis brother Kbeoeser, and his daughter, to
whom it was bequeathed with the request that the
last one give it to some good man by the name of Ir
ving. According to a Paris dispatch Due de Cases, French
Minister of Foreign Affairs, states that the reason
why his Government refused to buy the Suez Canal
shares when tbe property was tendered for sale to tbe
Ministry, was that MacMahun's Cabinet feared it was
war with Germany.
Tnr Rccext Floods 15 Englasd. L05D0, No
vember 19th. Tbe Morning Echo announces that, un
account of the recent floods, tbe sanitary authorities
have declared a district in Bristol, with a population
of six thousand, unfit for habitation until midsum
mer. Thousands of acres in the valley of tbe Trent
will probably remain under water throughout the
Iowa marble is coming largely into use in the
West for dining-room, library, and bed-room mantles.
When polished, it has a creamy-brown hue. beautiful
in itself and admirable as a background fur color.
The stone is easily carved, and exquisite effects are
produced by incising conventional flowers, etc., and
then picking out the lines in color.
Paris. December 3d. A committee appointed to
consider proposals of the Right and Left Centers as i
to tbe time of 1 lection and the meeting of the new
Chambers hare agreed to report in favor of tbe dis- j
solution of the present Assembly in December, the
exact day to be hereafter fixed. They have also de
cided to recommend that tbe general election be held
on February 20th, and the new Chambers convoked
One of tbe many practical applications of the new j
method of annealing and hardening glass been made
in the successful imitatiun of diamonds. When cer
tain qualities of glass are treated as steel is when
making it hard, namely, cooling it suddenly while it
is hot, they become nearly as bard as the diamond.
It is even said that the dust of such glass is, for
grinding purposes, next in value to diamond-dast,
being so sharp as to grind every gem except the
The great changes which the almost universal use
of the sewing machine has made in tbe prices of ready
made clothing is almost incredible. Tbe prices
labelled on suits hanging at clothing stores areas low
as fifteen, twelve, ten, and even seven dollars for a
suit of clothes, apparently of serviceable matecial,
certainly? in good style. The prices at which manu
facturers have been obliged to sell their clothes, has
done much in this cheapening of clothing.
A committee of Freneh-American gentlemen pro
pose to erect a colossal statue, next year, in the har
bor of New York, in memory of the ancient friendship
between the two nations. This statue is to be placed
ou .an Island in the harbor of New York, and will he,
with the pedestal, about two hundred feet high. It
is to represent Liberty enlightening the world, a
luminous aureole, projected from tbe bead, will radiate
on tbe far flowing wares cf the ocean and thus serve
as a lighthouse.
The use of opium by youths of both sexes in San
Francisco is spreading to aa alarming extent. The
Committee of tbe Board of Supervisors on Health and
Police, of that city, report at least eight opium dens
which find their exclusive patronage among the whites.
This is another proof of a long established truUtu,
that to bring a superior class in contact with an infe
rior that both will draw from tbe other. The better
class is lowered and: he lower class is raised.
Prof. Henry, referring to tbe small attendance at
the Academy of Sciences at Philadelphia, expressed
the hope that, at no distant day Congress, wonld
make an appropriation to pay tbe expenses of tbe
members while attending tbe meetings. Tbe Academy
was often called upon to render important services to
the Government. In one instance it had saved the
Treasury over a million dollars annually by pointing
ont the error in classifying a certain kind ot imported
goods with fabrics containing no wool.
(Sen. Benjamin F. Butler rode at the bead of the
grand Bunker Hill procession of 50,000, being the
$8,000,000 unexpended will go to keep company with
tbe trench Spoliation xund in the Treasury.
In the Court of Coromissoners of Alabama Claims
i to-day, the followiog judgments were rendered : Case
765 X. G. Kittle, of San Francisco, $15,690.95. Case
1017 Paul Jones Reilly, of Oakland, California,
$789.35. Case V20Z lie ro hard Simon of California,
$o,052. Case 1205 Henry B. Wakelee, of San Fran
CARPENTER AND JOINER
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Koop ou Fort St.. Kplauade,
opposite ii ; Barrel
THE t M B BS I ti B ED IIAVIXi BEE' AP
POINTED Administrator to the estate of the lat
Hw-hastb.li Lanca of Kohala, Hawaii. berb requests ull
persons having claims against add estate to present the
same to htm within six months, and all parties Indebted to
said estate to settle the same without deiav.
J. WKJUT, Administrator.
Kohala, December 27th, 1S75. 573 Im
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PARTIES HAVIXb CLAIMS AGAIXST
the estate of KIC11AHD H. STANLEY, lab? of Ho
nolulu, deeeased, are hereby notified to present the same
with tbe proper vouchers, whether such claims ana.- by
or otherwise to the understated. Executor of
the last Will and Testament of the deceased, at his office
In Honolulu within six snontlia from the date of tbe
first publication of tills notice or they wilt be for ever
barred. And all parties Indebted to the said estate are
hereby require! to maaaliiimediat payment.
jXO. O. DOMINI
Honolulu, January 4th, 1876. S7J it
PER BARK 'TAFFARETTE,'
CAMPHOR THIMiS. WRITING II A I Its.
Box Tea. Peanut Oil, Basket Tea,
Manila Rope, China Tobacco, Fire Crackers,
GINGER AND OTHER PRESERVES I
A FINE LOT OF
Twar. Tb paorMt class aat wheatw bread, a foolish eC)(nmMlding offiMr f tU, Diri.ion of lOaaachSMtts
r niiaB ttna-awilin ! hsur nur.a purr maa aVaTnflw tn . m ..... - ... ...
lixjwon. . Tut following it en
; of Nwrmtxrr Sfnb.
r is arUch aaxac ocarsnaperf
tnatf :! S F. Cbrooiclc ortol
raarr to tar affair :
i S-atcs Orcoi! Coart j-eterday after-
. i toe a &a:,ncatjip un
strati in tbe icdintnvct
I arootxiitar two aeamcc.
1 1 a oa ' 1? ta-t.1.:.
1 rid. prsraotifir their osing corn meal. Efforts to
introdaoe it have failed. Oatmeal forms part of tbe I
; food oaed ia Scouaad. Wheat is the staple food north
f the Tweed. The acreage of wheat in Great Britain
ateadilT diminishes aad pasturage increases, while the
population ioereeeee 466,00 a rear. TVaf the Brit
: ish Isles import every year a boot S,tM,Mv bos belt
, more than they did tbe year before, and nceeeeenlj
import aaore cattle too. for tbe increase hi pasture
land has not kept pace with the increased demand for
! Beat, X England ia sew a nation of beef eaters.
The new American College of Marie in New York i
i Gtyproeaiaes to he tbe meet extensive institution of
Sal kind in existence. The engine! endowment of '
$i,wM.M, eontriwBted aaooymonsly, will, it is stated ,
I Ii al aHhaae oTwhe crew , outage!! je of punish
aweau Frees. iMkrJaMMMr appears that tbe
1 eeaoc eaW fieasarw Vasoaex. Milton
and he pleaded trail- ahertly be sappleaseated by aa additional donation of
.wocc os.isr a - so.etK OOP be aaotaer millionaire. Mr. Mantel slop-
a wiah to hear teetiasoor aa to the tacts of ; n, constitution, be-laws aad scheme of in-
ttractioa are aow completed, and await the sanction
of the Board of Trustees, which being obtained aa it
Tbe restitution wilt be temporarily
ia the haidaaaas block on Fifth arenue, be-
torcaer, ia rfftrtoareoc ajpoc tuc peoally Mr.
V.i : . Kir the Gon-raaacol. aaid thai Uic two
the rrrrw. hat the facta Were not
a aaBaeeeat aawatct tbaa aa taew arerc iceeat
lr AtiCrua In turn ex
- latex) that the atorr that Ceptain Fraxicr
- tCAp w r ka t - k--ti-c i'. Sir
i aaa aaa waa) aaiii. He vat taercir oa bit way to
i T-r M aaeet ha. wile, who area com inc overland.
Aiu- Seinag ai: Uie relaeace tt Conn impoaed a
Militia. The AdetrtUer SAT. he " rode ap composed
ly amid aome applause, saluted tbe Commander-in-Chief
i Governor Gaston) grafely aad wai as gravely
sals ted in return." But another description, perbapt
photographing tbe hero of Hatch Gap at a different
point in the march, says : " lie bowed like a Panch
and Judy and whirled about and around like a
weathercock in a squall. "
Mr. Hoyt. of Lewi-tun, Ke., claims to be able to
obtain perpetual motion, or self-creating power. Hit
device it an old one, cannon balls rolling in the hol
low spokes of a wheel, which are ao carved that tbe
balls will always be at one side near tbe axis, aad at
the other atee near the circumference, which side then
necessarily is tbe heaviest aad always goes down, and
ao the wheel iiconstantly revolved. Mr. Hoyt thinks
steamships may be run by these wheels. He has a
small wheel in operation by which hit wife's sewing
machine bat been run for eight months. He will con
struct a larger one for the Philadelphia exhibition.
Wendell Phillips, in a recent lecture, aaid,
" Temperance it not a sentiment, hat it hold, tbe
Forty -6rst and Forty -second streets, now partly possibility of municipal freedom. The question
ol temperance bas a large political rigaiaeaeea.
Unless soma method ia found to avert thit tendency,
to supplement thit weakneti, to enrb thit hun
ger of the Saxoa blood, there cannot be decent
and honest government ia cities of half a million or
quarter of a million of inhabitants. The press of,
Europe points to these thoret and says, 'Govern a
great city before yon boast of independence, before
you say that universal suffrage is the corner stone of
AM) A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
Sandal Wood Ware
And Other Chinese Goods.
.tonann Street. (tT Im) aiWA.
CHELSEA LAUNDRY I
THE I IlKKKKi K I HAVING BECOME
Proprietor of this
F I BNT CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
Is now prepared to execute all orders In his line with
ma mean and dispatch.
He would Also say that he has secured the services of
the former employees of the Laundry, which wiU be aa
Thai the Work will he U.oronif h I j done.
And no effort on bis part will be spared to brine the Laun
dry lo favor with tbe public generally,
ss Terms moderate. JAMES RENTON.
THE I NDERSIG NED ta Pre
pared to take orders for drayinc
Staod on Qoeeo Street,
B. V. Hl SBANf.
oerwpied bv the Rateevs Female College: and it
expected that ia about Cve years tbe permanent
building, which will cost at least a Billion, writ he
eaeapaaaad oa the site appropriated by tbe Legislator
aad Park Commissioners, in Central Park, froau
Eightieth to Eighty-Srtt streets. The muniBeeaee
of the endowment win render it possible to provide
musical education practical! y free to all. Tbe terms
of ma tractive will be eery low, and there will be an
abundance of free scholarships.
C-ITIZENS AMI E ESI BENTS OF HOHeV
LULU. Visiting- Friends and Sttraogen gx-nerally are
cordlaUv invited to attend Public Worship at FOBT ST.
CHt'RCH. where Services are held every Sabbath at II
o'clock A. M.. and TH P. at. Seata ate provided for all
who may be pleased lo attend. There Is a Wednesday
evening Prayer Heeoog at TS o'clock. In the Lecture
Room, to which all are weiconie. 514 ly
A MAI TO TAKE II A no F. ear rows.
and carry on a Dairy.
Apply to DEXRT MAy.
i M Fort Street.
I HATE THIS DAT WITHDRAWS FBOH
the busioeaa of the GROVE RAX' H PLANTATION
at Makawao. Island of Maul, which bnalnees Mr. W. F.
Suarratt will continue ao carry on aa the remaining mem
ber of tbe co partoerahtp heretofore erkrttna; between him
aad the uodersaroed. E. DKLEKAB.
Honolulu, IT. 1.. Dec tilt, 1T. 61 It
-THI IS TO CERTf FT THAT I W il l. NOT
JL pav any debts contracted in my name after that date
without my written order. W. H. WRIGHT.
Koloa, Kauai. Oct. Mth, 1STS. HMm
HATE JUST REfEITED PER
GERMAN BARK CEDER!
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
GERMAN Al FRENCH GOODS!
CONSISTING III PART OF THE FOLLOWING:
A Fall V-sortmrnt of Print,, All ttTlei,
new and desirable patterns,
Whit, Cottons, llorrock's White Long Cloth,
A. II. and B.
Brown and Rtne Cotton Drill, Brown Cotton.
Bine Cottra, Heavy I'ennus. Hickory Stripes,
Bed Ticking. Turkey ReJ Cotton,
Blue Flanne's, White Linen, assorted
widths and ajnalitiat,
Water-Pro,.f Cloth. White Moleskin,
Fine French Merinos, Reps, Buoktkins,
Fine Casimeres. Rlaek and Bloc Baoadclsths,
Linen and Cotton Sewing Thread,
Alhambra Bed Quilts,
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing !
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Denim Jumpers and Overalls,
Fine Merino Under.hirtt,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
Assorted Burlapt and Wool pack, Sail Twine,
Imperial Navy Hemp Canvas. No. Ot to S.
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J. tiosnell A Co.
Fancy Soaps and Hair Oil.
Shawls, Ponchos, Plaids, Needlework,
A VF.KY I I I. I. ASftORTM EST OF
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Stearin Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire. No. 4. 5 and 4,
Oalraoitel Iron Pipe, J and f inch.
Hoop Iron, i, i. I and U inch, Rivets.
P. A P. Knives, Scissort,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs, Axel,
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
Paints and Oils. White Zinc, White Lead, 4c,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Mirket Baskets,
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Cask Blacksmiths' Coal,
S00 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Alto a few Music Boxes 4 Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Havana Cigars,
English and German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts- and pts.
Champagne, Meidsieck 4 Co., qts. and pts.
Champagne, Tboreaa. qtt and pts.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
Gin, in green boxes,
Samples now Open at our Office, and Sales made to
Orders from Other Islands Filled.
HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THETROW OFFER FOR SILL
Groceries, Hnbbnch's Paint Oil.
White Zinc, White Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Zine,
Galvanised Tubs, Fence Wire,
Refined Iron, White Bros' Portland Cement,
Gunny Bags, Burlap Bags,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels,
New Oil Shookt,
Bouteileu 4 Co't., Brandy, in glut, oneto fonr
Bouteileu 4 Co't., Brandy ia Casks,
Gin in Cases,
Window Glass, 4c, 4c, 4e. 5713m
To Graziers, Dairy Men and Butchers.
J-jiOB SALE la LOTS to fi I IT PCBaTHASEBS
The Herd of Oattle
Belonging ta the Estate of the late Hon E. H. BOYD, Bow
nuiniaer at Kootaa.
Tatla here! easattsistta of 770 bead or
Iherriiboals, large aad email.
Of which 100 more or leas are Milch lews, wen broken
la ; the reanniader, steers, Hetfers and Calves.
For further particulars, apply to either of the Adminis
trators of tbe Katale.
an a Edward strehz.
THE rXfiERMU EH. FORJIEBLT WITH
Mr. Bekart, bees to inform cJaaent of HoaohUa aaa
tbe pw&Ac Avneraiir, that he see. taken tbe store on Fort
atreet opposite Odd Fetlowa Halt, i formerly occupied by
Thos. Ianiiatt. where be will give special attention to the
manufarturlna- and repairing af all kinds of Jewelry
Particular Attention firm to shell and Kulrai Work,
to W1U guarantee aanasV-nVnai In all his work. "VW
Honolulu, Star. Ota, 117. SCT WM. At W8.S.VIH
By E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
ON THURSDAY, : : : JAN. 6th,
At half-past 9 A. ST.. at Kale leea.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
Fine Prints, Muslins, Linen Drifts,
Brown Cottons, Whit Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawat. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel OrcrthirU,
"Wool S la ct -w X s !
Turkish Towelt for Bathing,
BlankeU, White Shirts. Araotlteag Denims,
Atnoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill. Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Quills,
Merino and Cotton Undershirtt,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hose.
Men's Socks. Undies and Bits.
Traveling Bags. Ktc. Etc.. Etc.
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeast Puwtler. Sardines. Wrappiog Taper,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pint, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobaeoo,
Cirart. Fine Tea, Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Bine, Pain Killer,
ate. ate. Ac.
Brown Sugar ! Crushed Sugar !
Cescaa, ni, la sood order.
TWO SETS NEW HARNESS.
A Lot of Furniture.
E. P. ADA VS. Auctioneer.
INDIA RICE MILL,
MISSION I FREMONT STS , SIN FRANCISCO, CAL
'Mil I Mil t RIt'E Mil l. IIAVIXU 1M1KR-
a gone Material Improvements, la now In perfect con
dition for tbe
Hulling and Dressing of Paddy
UNCLEAN ED RICE!
Iu Ibe Best Possible Manner. The Price for IIVI.MNO
and IU 1111 ff'l? PADDY has been Redured iO per cent
Paddy and Hulled Rice.
Witf Receive Prompt and Careful Attention.
WM. M. OKKKNWOOD.
Oeneral Commlaston Merchant and Proprietor ol India
ltice Mill. 571 ly
Christmas and New Years!
LONDON AND NEW YORK.
JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!
OI.ID AY MOTTOES AND IlELIEF
Colored Toy Books, clotb and paper,
Juvenile Books tn Kreat variety.
Game of Aulhore, Dew atylct,
Elegant Gilt Books, to to $30,
Ladies Work Boies, very cheap,
Manuscript and Slump Albums,
Diaries, &c., dec., dec
Quick Sales at Low Prices.
Cash Customers Can't Fail to be Suited.
571 2t H. M. WniTNEY.
oS!to0 a... W
3 5 55 II E I frTJ - H
3. SAilil ' EE i " Hgi
- mm s IiiPi
Jiifi! j 1 UnUi
rj, !ifJ .. SO C 5 5.5 J
S 2 s. 52 - Mlf .
tfllS. at uu a - -Ji; 2
3 5 2Su - SB tr &s 3 s
LJ - . Si r 1
MILK! MILK! MILK!
WELL-KNOWN PUONUI DAIRY!
THBUKDBII8IGSKD HAT1BO PCR-
chMtal the veil known herd of TVT 1
I j i I i mt from Mr. J. Richrdafu. n-i Uu
liaviiiic oaaaad the iarxl known mm the PausJ Milk ftsucb, be
i prepared to famish to cneloznert
PURE FRESH IILK, III QUANTITIES TO SUIT I
At Six Ceats per tlauart,
Full measure guaranteed, ana delieeren la tba morning
Mm To large enstoaMra, aach aa Hotel and Restaurant
fccevera. Sfala of War, Ac, b will make special con tr Acts at
Ordera tlrsa n John, who has charge of the If Ilk Tan,
or left at the International Hotel, will be pmaptly attaad
ad to. oaaa aa tKONO, PropriAtur.
JUST ISSUED !
The Hawaiian Almanac and Annual
COST .hi. viSta IjrPOBJf ATIOX PEBTAIX.
INO to these Islands, of Interest to Home or Foreign
Readera. Frtew S eeata par f opy. Mailed to aay
addreaa for to cents.
THOet. O. THRl-al.
V.--Zm PUbllsaer, Honolulu II. I.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
ClI.llllRMt IILVU V KIM OSIOSsi.
Heceired per Murray, and for ante hy
(71 BOIJ.ES A 00.
Br t'. S. BARTOW.
ON WEDNESDAY, : i JAlf. Uth,
At ! aVIacat A. aa
Bags of Sugar. Etc.. Etc., Etc.
C. 9. BARTOW. Aoetioneat.
And For Sale by
F. T. LENEH AN & CO.
EX AGLAIA' & ' CEDER, '
And other late arrivals.
OMS BEST SMITHS COAL,
Tuna Best Glasgow Splint Meant Cnal,
Bar Iron, in asaortetl stiaa.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
Ia 1 doa. eases of th. celebrated manufacture of
JOHN UILLON Co., Illatgow.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEM CLABIF1EBS, 100 and 300 Call.
Of Various Descriptions.
Cases Heidteick's Champagne, pints aad qaartt,
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, pts and qtt.
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, extra dry,
Caaet Hennotaj's Brandy,
Cotes Martell't zxx Bnindj,
Caaet Plaaat't ISM Brand,
Cases Hmall Oenera,
Baskets Best Genera,
Case, Best Old Tom Oia.
Cases Bett Kinahan't L Irish Whiskey,
Cases Dunville's Irish Whiskey,
Best Seoteh Whiskey.
Quarter Casks Best Ilennesty't Pile Brandy,
Quarter Caskt Best Martell't Braady,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.V.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Butt Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
McEwan'a India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints and quartt,
Bait A Co't India Pale Ale, pints aad quartt.
Orange Bitten, in i
ALSO, JUST LANDED EX "CEDER!"
JTKWA.VS XXX BTOtTT. la sU.e jaxa,
Ut'.tRT-s AND PINT".
POKf WIWE. la 3 doa, eaaew; HHKBBT Wiaa
la S doa. eaaea. of superior quality .
F. T. LCNEHAN A CO.
REDWOOD ! I
REDWOOD I ! !
PF.B B.4BK CEDEK, VMOU K ROPE. A
laore Invutoa of the BAST QUALITIES,
Habbaek'g Paint aad Paint Oils !
KJ- BOIXgg A CO.
rrnnn n to uive sotii k that i the
M. umtenacned hare this It dar of Norwmker, IS7I, ap
potated COL c h. JaUd. to be my attorney la Pact aad law
ful aar-nL Ifw wlMarla.a apaM r Irfa la, cofaeet AH wtta
and pay all htlla ftar ma in lar aame, Uie aame aa If I war.
personally preaeat. MARIA A. JKJTO.
Honolulu, Sot. 11, UU, 7h 4t
SAX Jl l K I L7f--received per rAi
Unbautr Una day, anat ta perfect orow. Par aata hy
Kay 21, 174. SOLUM A I U.
THE I WDERNIUXKD OFFER FOR BALK
al ftohlnaou'a Wharf, In quantities lo suit purebaaere
the Carso of Sasrwwod Lumber
H. "W. AL.MYI
1 In. SURFACED REDWOOD B0ASDS,
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Plan,
1x6 In. Tongued ft Grooved R. W. Flooring-
1 1-4x6 In. T. ft 0 R. W. Flooring,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
1 M In. Rough Hedwood Board.
3 In. Rough Redwood Plank.
4x4 Rough Red woad Bcantling,
4x6 Rough Redwood Scantling,
6x6 Bough Redwood Seantling,
8x8 Rough Redwood SeantUng,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
FATES' " SUP. REDWOOD 8HIH0LES !
ALLEN A ROBIN80N.
Per 'R. C. WylleT
Dib est raM KCBorci
Rata XJ MM awafRR l''.rtan.l e
i n- mp Uwkm,
Cans nanaat Bull Baaa,
Caaet ZafBrna Fie 1
Cata, araaWlan rTefcaaa.
Qaaa OsaaaS Pappai,
laaesfiroumi M .
CARHB TABLE SALT. 15
For aal. at the lowaat prices, aw
IBS- BOUJBB ACQ.
NO. 3 II A V A. A SHAPE I AaS a aaaS enaUIT.
m aWae tiy
71 BOLLES.A CO.