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charming, led the uaooollerit nights lovely.
Latest Foreign News.
y Don't fail lo buj and end borne a copy of
the GuMe Book. Letter come by every mail call
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T3T Tbe Microscopical mad Natnral History
Society will hold a meeting to-morrow morning at
elcrcn o'clock at Alliolem lionse.
t'nltrd Slates.
December 17. The President has
F. Seward, Minister to China, rice
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Fire. Testcrday afternoon a ?rass honse near
Smith's Bring, was barm-d to tbe ground. laus t
mstch dropped in tbe straw by an old womin after
lls-litiug ber pipe
Aucrioa Sale. Mr. Adams sells to day a choice
asMirtrai'Dl of China ,ns recently arrived by tbe
Taffarette. Kmd Use advertisement and go aud im
lroYe tbe opportunity.
Flaw. In the Supreme tjunrt In tbe case or C.
Knoaau tnauelaug-uter in tbe 2ud degree, the Jury
rendered a verdict of guilty, and the prisoner waa
yesterday fined $200
Pbater Meeting. Tbe i ' urn was well filled
on Sunday afternoon, and then- was. a manifesta
tion of deep interest. President Pratt of Ouhu Col
lege led tbe meeting.
that lltv rrpairt (in
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f-a? There was another smash-up on Monday of
a native exprt-aa, bnt as usual nobod) aas burl.
I bcac accidents are becomini' very coniiDOD, aud
somebody's purse mast suffer.
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watt cxaetasataaj la CaJiTaraia, ehtcli .mauiaae j
X3T At a meeting ol the Board of Education on
Wrdnratlay last, Mr. Kill, principal of the Union
j School at Labaina, wss appointed principal ot Kc-
sataaaiajw Tin. n a otsewbal larajar
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aar taanaa. at (asaao. aaai Bill u ami u. laaaa abaat Uaa anal
Rimotil Tbe Fountain Restaurant and board'
' ing bouse has been removed to Hotel street, three
doora west of Fort street. Iced coda water on
band, at all hours. R. C. Klhby, Proprietor.
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tU) in K;t.:.!;mia uiaiU- an attempt Utl wut-k to
Krcrtb thread of life br cutting bU own throat,
bat be did not du more than sever his windpipe, fur
which he is now nuder treatment at the hot-pital.
t- The indiridual who baa been committing ao
tuuuT tdrprtrdtiuu of late in privmlc dwcllinga, was
captured Ul week uudur a bed by a ehiueae cook,
aiatl baa beeu aeot orer for ooc jear, under iour lo-
dict4neote.
tST Mods. M. Balliru, French Cunaul and Com
) miatrioDer, took passage in the Kilauea ytierday.
I for IsanaJ. where be will ajtcud a month wilh his
family. Durit.g bit abience Mr. Peruel id entrusted
with the affairs of the consulate.
Tbe Grcuada was advertised to leave San
Franciaco Wednesday, January 5. The Colima was
S days and 10 hours on the past-age down, and tbe
Grenada w ill probably be about tbe same time. It
. u, she will be due Thursday afternoon or evening.
The Beet tbu! cmu'l be beat can be aecn in
the Bookstore. It is a aauiplc of forty tons raised
iu Coos Bay, California, and was brought down by
CapL Gray of the Mary Bell Roberts. It la 21 inches
in length, tw o leet and a half iu circumlereuce, aud
weighs twenty-three pouudt.
J-i?" A uulou meeting will be held at Kawaiabao
church this cTetmig at 7 o'clock, w hich promises
to be interesting. It will be open to all. both
uatives and foreigners, prayers and remarks will be
limited to three miuutes, and we trust there will be
a large and enthusiastic assembly conveued.
tT 8leamcr Kilauea bad a very rough passage
around Hawaii last Week. She left here just after
the northeast gale and found the sea rough and
heavy Burf at uiuet of tbe landings. Tbe schooner
1'auahi had been at liilo three weeks, detained there
unable to load on account of the heavy surf. The
Kilauea sailed yesterday lor Koua, aud will be back
Saturday afternoon.
I'au -..s Ahead. The Daily Bulletin of Decern-
ber :34lb, give the full text of Judge Wheeler's de
cision, by which the Sau Francisco Presbytery is
- permanently enjoined from investigating the Daw
1 son Case, on tbe ground thai be had tendered his
resignation w hile a member in good standing, which
was accepted, cousequeLtly the Presbytery has no
further control over him.
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No Mail aouv It is annoying to have regular
packets arrive from San Fancisco. in tbe Interim
between the steamers, aud bring no mail. Aud not
Mftf annoying, bu it is a draw back to the business of
the port. Bark Mary Belle Roberts left San Fran
ciaco ou tbe 25th of December, drttn d'tyt attend
the gteaTner'i regular day of departure, which was
Jau. 5. and yet the bark brought no mail from the
post office. She arrived here after a fair passage for
December, less than 14 days, and at least six days
ahead of the mail steamer, but was allowed to bring
no letter or newspaper mail from the Sau Francis
co post office. Every packet sailing at least 7 days
ahead of the mall steamer, should bring a mail from
the post office. The average passage Is about 15
days.
'Tue Unioh CnRiaTiAX Worker." We have
recently received from our whilom fellow-townsman
Charles K Clark Esq., the first number of
volume I of a newly started paper, bearing tbe
above title, ot which be is one of the editors. It is
a monthly, intended for families and Sunday echooU,
and judging from the specimen copy before us, will
be high-toned and wide awake. Each number will
contain International Sonday-school lessons for the
month, prepared by a number of California clergy
men of different denominations. Wc wonldTcum
mend it to the consideration of Sunday-school super
intendents and teachers in this country. The paper
is very handomely printed on tinted paper by Ca
bcry & Co. 414 Market street, San Francisco, to
whom orders may be addressed.
WasHnroTos,
nominated Geo
Averj.
Xk York, December 17. At tbe weekly prayer
meeting at Plymouth Church to-night, a report was
introduced asking for a eouneil of Congregational
Churches to determine what discipline should be used
with absenting members, mad to decide other fimilar
questions. A motion being made to adopt the report,
theaxman offered a slight amendment. Beecber
asked if that wonld not open up the whole in vestiga
tion of 1874- Shearman said "yea." Then said
Beeehor, "1 am fur it." Applause.
New Vurk. December Sd Mr. Emma C. Moul
ton had decided to call an ex-parte council in her
ease, unless Plymouth Church cons .its to tbe hold
ing of a mutual council, baaed on the qnestions pro
posed bv her in ber I art letter, aa well aa those aet
forth hy the Chureh. Tha cooneil will eompoae aueh
persons as she is informed are tbe best members of
the Congregational Chureh in tbe United States.
Botow , December 221 Sh-.rrly before 7 p. sr. a
terrible explosion occurred is South Boston, by which
a large number of persons were injure 1 and several
killed. It is tmporpible
the exploaion or extent of tbe damage. A large gaa
main running under Federal street bridge to South
Boston, and along tbe water's edge under the pave
ment on Federal street, exploded with a loud report,
tearing up the pavement for 160 feet or more. Tbe
street was thronged with people at the time,
and many were buried under the debri. Cros' y's
grain warehouse was badly shattered, and will have
to b-a taken down. Tbe foreman w . instantly
killed. It i- supposed that several persons were
blown into tbe water. Several dead bod.cn have al
ready Lean taken nut. Killed and wounded tbua far :
killed, 2 ; fatal 'y injured, 4; seriously injured, 9 ;
slightly injured, SO ; 7 persons missing and supposed
blown into tbe water and drowned. It is supposed
that tbe recent cold weather caused the pipe to burst,
and the ground beeomiug impregnated with gas igni
tion from some eause communicated with the gas.
An eye-witness states, that tbe first intimation
was a bright flash about tbe middle of tbe causeway,
followed by a sharp explosion, paving stones, etc.,
dying in aJl direction. Almost immediately after,
the causeway on the right hand under wbtoh tbe ga
ran, fell into tbe river, carrying with it several per
sons, who were stunned, injured or killed hy the ex
plosion. Tbe number of these has not yet been as
certained, bat it is feared that several are under tbe
debris at tbe bottom of the ri.er. The pavement was
torn up for a distance of feet.
Salt Lake, December 21st. Elder George Rey
nolds, Brigbam Young's Private Secretary, convicted
some days since of bigamy, was sentenced tw-day by
Chief Justice White to be confined at hari labor in
tbe Detroit House of Correction, Michigan, for two
years, and pay a fine of $300 to the United States.
Pending an appeal to the Supreme Court hs will be
allowed bail in the sum of $10,000. Ex-delegate
Hooper and Hiram B. Clawson are sureties.
Salt Lake, December 2 1st. Dan McMasters, a
native of Canada, and William Jane, were killed this
morning in the Neptune tunnel, Bingham, Utah, by
tbe explosion of giant powder, while heating it over
a blaeksmith forge.
A short time since an item appeared in the Aha,
stating that the steamers Vasco de Gama, Vancouver,
and tbe new steamer Columbua, now in tbe Clyde, are
to renew the opposition line to China and Japan, and
tbe a'ollowing item which we copy from the London
and China Telegraph of November 2Vtb, gives addi
tional strength to tbe statement :
" It is stated that the Occidental snd Oriental Steam
Company have chartered the Stadt Haarlem and Stadt
Amsterdam, of 1SU0 tons and 450-borse power (built
last year for a line to America from Amsterdam,) to
run on the Panama and San Francisco line in connec
tion with their China and Japan line. They are to
load out from Liverpool to Japan aud will probably
leave on the 16th of December."
Great Britain.
EntKBCRon, December 17. The Earl of Derby was
to-day formally installed as Rector of the University
of Edinburgh, and delivered bis inaugural address.
In the evening he made a speech before the Working
men's Convention, in the course of which he denied
that the Sues Canal purchase signiGed a reversal of
England'.- policy on the Eastern question, snd dis
clsinied any desire on tbe part of the Government to
establish a protectorate orer Egypt. He declared
that the only object of the Government was to obtain
additional security and uninterrupted access to
India.
I. vt. v, December 18 S a. at. Default has been
made in payment of the interest of tbe Peruvian
debt.
London, December 2!st. Henry Wainwright con
victed of the murder of Harriet Lane in White Chapel
road, this city, was hung at Newgate to-day. Just
before be was pinioned he handed the Governor of the
prison a written statement, which he desired made
public. In this paper he acknowledges tbe justness
of the sentence, though he does not explicitly admit
that he murdered the young woman.
Loanon, December 22d. The training ship Goliath,
of Gravesend, was burned this morning.
Bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England on
balance to day, 154,000.
.frmnnr.
Bremen, December 16. Thoma'sen died to day
from the injuries inflicted by himself. He said his
true name was William King Thompson, and that he
was a native of Brooklyn New York. His age is be
lieved to be about 35. He confessed that he was
once captain of a vessel, and changed his name to
avoid being prosecuted for running tbe blockade dur
ing the war in America ; that he bought the explosive
material in tbe United States, and had it forwarded to
his address ; that tbe clockwork was made in Ger
many, and was set to explode the charge in eight
days.
Bremen, December 17 Thomas?ens wife has re
turned to Dresden. She appears to be innocent of
any complicity in her husbaod's crime. The total
number killed and wounded by the explosion is now
estimated at 2f0.
New York, December 17. A dispatch from Berlin
ssys the Empress of Geroeany has stsrted sn associa
tion among the ladies of Bremen, with the object of
collecting and distributing funds and appliances for
the aid of sufferers by the dynamite explosion at
Bremerbaven.
Arrival of the City of Melboxirne.
As we go to press the stesroer City of
Melbourne, has jast arrived 21 days from Sydney.
By ber we learn that the steamer Colima bad broken
her shaft, and that tbe City of Melbourne bad been
chartered by the New South Wales Government to
take the Colimasa place.
We leam that tbe accident to the Colima occur, cd
on tuetrip to Auckland, where she arrived disabled,
23 days from Honolulu.
The Cynhrenes was next chartered to tske tbe
place of the Cliuia, and she also became disabled.
The City of Melbourne w ill leave for8au Francisco
this afternoon about four o'clock.
A Iftsaon in Taa Moo. A most remarkable dia
eovary is reported from the astronomical observatory
established by tbe Russian government several years
ago at Pamlateka, the highest point, with one ex
ception, on tbe Himalaya range. For several months
a peculiar bright spot had bean difcovered, shining
from the extreme edge of the moon's disk, at a point
where no mountains break tbe continuity of its peri
meter. The light suddenly disappeared and remained
yet to learn tbe cause of j invisible for nearly twelve months. It has lately re
appeared in greater brilliancy than ever, and tbe im
mense power of the telescope attached to the above
observatory, so well known in tbe t'flientific world,
has developed the fact that the light proceeds from
swan huge burnished substance, acting aa a mirror,
which must be at least 10 feet in diameter. Tbe most
astonishing thing in the matter is the almost com
plete proof that it is actually a mirror of artificial c in
struction, and the theory of the savans at Pamlateaka
is. that it is erected for observations of a scientific
character principally to observe the phases of the
earth's surfae.
It if well known that tbe immense height of that
portion of the moon which is turned toward tbe earth,
not only through tbe welt known laws of gravitation,
keeps that portion of her surface presented toward us.
I but also renders it uninhabitable. It is supposed
that the side turned from us may navcan atmosphere
; suitable for an animal life, and that intelligent beings
1 observing the halo, of light abed around its brixon by
j reflections from the earth, may bare taken this
! means to ascertain the eause. Some ingenious de-
vice to place a mirror at a height where animal life
could not be sustained, was the result. It ia to be
! hoped rhat this discovery may lead to others iu re
gard to our interesting satellite.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
INFLATION.
THE in: vi Tin i.
IEW STOCK
.....OF
THE UNDERSIGNED
Has accamulatd to such an extent per tbe Steamer
City of San Francisco !"
That It ueeda
CONTRACTION
AUCTION SALES.
By E. P ADAMS.
01116801
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A. W. PEIRt'E afc CO.,
(Suurtaors In C. L. RlCBaaw A Co.,)
Ship Chandler! and General Commission Merchant!.
ALSOAnnU for Uu ilialna Sill VTorlu.
Honolulu, Ilnantiisn Inland, 1j
573
JOII II. PATV,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of SEEDS,
For Ibr Mil - of Califoi nta. OOce at tht Bank of llialiop A
in., ivaaaiim.iii Mr- i Honolulu. 067.1 ly
EDWARD I . OH A I.I.OKA .
Attorney and Solicitor,
It authorized to 1-nd from 300 to (IU.OOO. on Mortgage
vi or - ai ivnesi raioa ui imeresi.
1ST Agtntt in London, anil lo all parti of Australia,
Ufflre on Fort Strtet, (opposita Mr. Ira Bicliard.ons
Eton.). Honolulu. ,71 3m
TIIEO. II. DAVIES,
Lati Jasiom Gaa-!t at Co.
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
aid AcraT roa
Lloyd'a and tbe Liverpool Uoderwritera,
Hritib aod Foreign Marine lut.urai.ee Company, and
Northern Assurance Comatiy. o57- ly
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET.
Xext door to Lore's Steam Bakerr, Nuuano Street, Honolola
F. W Il .Vti:. Proprietor.
Beer, Mutton and Veal of the Best Quality.
Mi- A 1 - - 1 1 r Pork, gait Beef, Superior Pork Sausages,
alway on band and sold at the Loweat Mnrket Prices.
S373J Meat, neutered to all parts of tbe City.
Assignees' Notice !
GVSTAV KITTEL. DOIXG H1MM SS AH
Cabinet Maker. Ac tn HUo, Island or Hawn.ll, hur
InK this day made an Aatrnn.ent. to the 'i r -nil
his property, for tbe benflt of his creditors; all persons
having claims against the said (iuitar KUtcl arc hereby
i to present the same, and all partita owlna; the
estate are requested to make Immediate pavment to
W. H. HEED,
Or W. F. CONWAY,
Asfl(rnewof the Kstate ofGustar Klttl.
IIllo, Hawaii. Jan. 5, 1376. 271 dt
Notice.
T'
HE COPARTNERSHIP EXHTINO RE-
en W ong UB and Wong Iing. under the llnu
name atld style of Wong A Co., was dissolved on tile 1st of
October last passed. All outstanding accounts will be
setUed by Wong Leoug. Mr. Wong Co being about U)
leave the country. WONO C I,
Honolulu. Jan. 10, I87f. W00 I.EUNU.
Fiked. Mr. 8. M. Kamakan, tbe historian, who
Is a candidate for tbe Legislative Assembly lately
published In Hawaiian and also in English, In the
Kuokoa and Advertiser, an electioneering address,
which was virtually an attack on tbe Supreme i
Conrt. On Thursday be was summoned before tbe j
court to answer tbe charge of contempt or court.
Colonel Jones made si. apology to tbe conrt in be
halt of Kamakaa, for tbe offensive publication, and
dl that it conveyed mote than was intended to be
said. Judge Harris tben gave the accused a 6harp t
lectore, which applied also to publishers of papers,
and imposed On him a tine o( ten dollars. Tbls
practice of issuing electioneering addi cases has
beea carried too far, and some of them, in rears
Inst, have contained falsehoods, which tbe candi
dates know lo be such, but hoped to gain some ad
vantage by publisbinc.
IUin Record. We append a table showing the
rainfall iu this city for the year 1S75, lor which we
are Indebted to W. W. Hall Esq. The rainfall for i
1874 is also added fur purposes of comparison.
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It will be seen thai tbe rainfall during 1S75 was
pretty erenly distributed through tbe year, with the
exception of the month of July, when less than an
loch fell. In July. 1874, nearly three times the
amount fell than in tbe same month in 1875.
. K L. Dtatsaabajr tdta.-Tbe trotting
a BaaV fataW. formerly of Sfragaa farat.par
I l a 4iraraar f taaaa far $4,SaK, and taken U
The Flig Ship The new schooner lately built
by Messrs. Foster It Co. Is now finished and will
leave this afternoon on her trial trip to Labalna.
She baa been named tbe Nettle Merrill, tbe old Tea
eel of this name, which is now owned by tbe If casr.
Foster, and will run regularly to Koloa and Wai
roea, Kauai, having received tbe name of Marion.
Tbe aew schooner presents a Hoe appearance, and,
II wc are not mistaken, will show some fine sailing
qualities. She measures 154 tons, and Is therefore
larger than tbe Mol, and tbe largest vessel ever built
here. Ber cabin Is Urge and roomy, and bas been
lilted np in fine style for tbe comfort of travelers.
Captain Crane, wbo bat been ao long and favorably
known on this route will command tbe new Nettie
Merrill, and justly merits tbe title of Commodore,
bis cralt being now the flag ship of tbe Hawaiian-bnilt-coaaters.
Wc congratulate the owners, Messrs.
Campbell and Turton. on tbe possession of a yacht
of which they and tbe buildcrt ma; justly feel
proud.
New York, December 20th. Oelrieh t Co., agents
of the steamships Moselle and Salier, taj that they
have no confidence in the statement by Thomassen
that there was an explosive machine on board the
Salier. On Saturday they received a dispatch from
Southampton, where the Salier had arrived. She had
no cargo when the explosion at Bremer-haven occur
red, but afterward took the cargo of the Moselle.
There was the greatest care taken in examining pack
ages. So far at the agent has been able to learn, no
suspicious insurances have been affected on the cargo
of the Moselle.
" Breve, December 19th. It is now learned that
tbe real name of the owner of the case of dynamite
which was exploded on the wharf at Bremer-havan,
was Wm. K. Alexander and not Thompson as was
at first reported. lie was, it i! stated, well connected
in New York.
Belarlnm.
Brussels, December 16 A terrible explosion oc
curred to day in a coal mine near Moot. A full force
of men were at work at the time, and the lost of life
is appalling. It is reported that one hundred and
ten miners were killed. Elevaa have bean takeu out
injured. The accident was caused by fire-damp.
Spain.
Bar Sebastian, December 20th. The Alfonsist
General Morions will begin hit campaign hy a move
ment for the relief of this place and Hernani, aft
er which he is expected to advance on the Carlilt po
sition at Tolosa.
Madrid, December 21st. General Jovellar, Minis
ter of War, bas been appointed Captain General of
Cuba, and with Caballa, will shortly leave for Cuba.
General Quetada will be appointed Commander-in-Chief
or the Armies of tbe North.
Madrid, December 22d. General Echagon has
been appointed to the command of the Array of tbe
Left.
Italy.
Naples, December 21st. Mount Vesuviut shows !
a gradual increase of fire and smoke. Profes.'or Pal-
mieri predicts a long period of eruption.
China.
Srarcrai, December 21st. Chen Long Pin and
Yung Heng have bean appointed Ministers to the
United States.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ST. ALBAN S COLLEGE.
Tbe nnilerailgup I haiin; bought out the
Interert of Mr. Wong Co, In the business carried on
at No. 15 Nuuana Street, will hereafter carry on tbe
same busineas at the lame place for bis own Bob; account.
WONU l.i
Honolulu, January 10, I8;s. in Ira
FRIEL & LAIiVE
HAVE RECEIVED
EX MARY BELL ROBERTS !
EXTHA U. G. FlaOtlK,
Graham Flour,
Corn Meal,
Oat Meal,
Cracked Wheat,
Buck Wheat,
Extra Table Raisint,
Rye Meal,
PINOLE Aztec Pinole,
Dupeo'a Hami, extra, quality,
George's Codfish, Breakfast Bacon.
L.mbtirg and Cream Cbee?e, Smuked Beef.
AH kin-Is of Fresh Vegetable,
Fresh Fniiti of tbie year.
Golden Svrup, Crackers in great rariety,
Graham Cakes, in small tins,
Tbe BE.VT Japan nuil China Tea In town,
do Coffee.
Edam Cheese, Smoked Salmon,
ilosford's PtTRE Cream Tartar,
Duret'a Salad Oil,
BOSTON FORE & MACKEREL,
AT RETAIL.
qCEEX OLIVES AM) HTCFFED PEPPEBS.
This Eleg-nnt Stock:
fl-IOXSISTS or the FOIXOWllfU ELE4JAXT
StylisbArUrlea :
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Riveted Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Elegaut Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Canvas-eovered Trunks,
Ladies' Statu Room Trunks,
Girls' Tor or Doll Trunks,
LADIES' RETICULES!
In great variety and In ail colors.
Uent's Riveted Sole Leather Trunks,
dent's Riveted Bridle Leather Trunks,
Uent's Leather Trunks,
Gent's Riveted Sole Leather Valises,
Gent's Bound Kdge Valises,
Gent's Black and Colored Leather Valises.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Boston Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises,
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
A BEACTIF I. I.I M: OF
Dolls Trunlis !
SHAWL STRAPS,
BLANKET STRAP?.
TRUNK STRAPS,
Tourlntl
Vallsjosj.
ALSO
JUST TO HAND!
A Beautiful Line of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including the celebrated
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now ao generally used Ui Uie United mates. Tula 9uoe la
Perl, ell Water Proof.
ALSO
A n I.I. MM: OF MEW 8TYI.ES OF
.X JH XV E JL. n. Y !
Of tall Kinds itud LaateaU Dealt; il a.
Watches in Gold and Silver,
Lockets, Locket and Neck Chains,
Cbatalains, Gent's best Chains and Guards,
Gold Kingj, Diamond Riugt,
Diamond Bracelets,
Silver Porks and Spoons,
Silver Cake i Pish Knives,
Silver Butter Knires,
Berr Spoons,
Salt Spoons,
Sugar Shells, Ac.
Ladies you are Respectfully Invited to
EXAMINE THESE NICE OOODS
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
K," M. MclNERNY.
CHINA GOODS
JUST RECEIVED
FRIEL & LAINE
EXPECT PER STEAMER " COLIMA,"
A Small Lot of CHUTNIES,
Direct from Calcutta and B'lUahaj.
New Zealand Oats,
Oregon and Caia. Oats and Bran,
Potatoes and Onions,
Ground Barley and Middlings,
Red. White A Yellow Beans
It FRIEL afc I. VI All.
T II r 1BIIIMII MHF.K TDK WILL
BtKXCE on Monday. January 17th.
Hill
Wanted.
'TIVE IAD AS
D11E33 lock box O Honolulu Post orSce.
4 SMART ACTIVE LAD AS t'LERK.
Al-
Consular Notice.
DrRIifO MT ARNESt'E iron! If OSOLI LI .
af. FERNET wm attend to tbe twatntas of this
Consulate at the Frvncb CbanceUler, between the boors
of 10 and 1 r every day. Entrance on Puncbbowl street.
TIIEO. MALUKU,
Consul aud Commissioner of France.
Honolulu. Jan. 11, ISTt. M4
Notice.
THE A wr A L MEETIXU OF THE HA Mil
SCDAB Co.. will be held in the office of X easts. Castle
at Cooke, Jan. lath, ISTt. at 2 o'clock, r. M.
Per Order.
T4 It LP. COOKE. Secretary Haiku Sugar Co.
Picture Frames,
OR THE rHRtO OF SARAH, east be
nrocuratt throoarh the undersarued.
PrieeiO,wHh glass. H. M. WHIT.VEV.
674 lsa
F
OIL BLACKINC. A
its
Tlx Best ,
WATER-PROOF DRESSING
LEATHER PRESERVATIVE!
I V THE WORLD.
TRY IT.
FOR SALE IX HOnTOLI'LC B V
it. L 1RIL1.E.- a ca
Manufactured by
C. 8. PIN K H AM at Co.,
Hi:,", HAWAII.
Orders tolirited snd promptly
attended ta.
'v.
r
'ONDIOVia no
PER BARK 'TAFFARETTE,'
From Hongkong.
CAMPHOR TRI .MiS. W RITIXIi CHAIRS,
Box Tea, Peanut Oil, Rathe! Tea,
Manila Hope, China Tobacco, Fire Crackers,
GINGER AND OTHER PRESERVES!
WRAPPING
PAPER !
A FIXE LOT OF
MANILA CIGARS !
AND A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
Sandal Wood Ware
And Other Chine$e Goods.
Nnuanu Street (S7t Jm); ASWAN.
Cliristmas and New Years!
. RECEIVED FROM
LONDON AND NEW YORK.
BT STEAMER,
JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS!
HOLIDAY MOTTOES
PICTURES,
AND RELIEF
OREGON LIKE.
SAR J I" A V KILN RECEIVED PER FAL
kinburr' that day, and Iu perfect order. For sale by
Mar II, Is7L BOLLBS at CO.
MANILA CIGARS.
For Sale by
TtVTO. 2 HAVANA SHAPE I And a good quality.
IM
BOLUS A CO.
Oat Hay.
BEST CALIFORNIA OAT HAT For Sale by
B B0LLE8 CO
Colored Toy Books, cloth and paper,
Juvenile Books in (Treat variety.
Game of Authors, new atylea,
Elegant Gift .Books, $5 to 30,
Ladies Work Boxes, very cheap, 9
Manuscript and Stamp Albums,
Photograph Albums,
Gold Pencils,
Pocket Knives,
Diariea, etc., &e., dtc.
Quick Sales at Low Prices.
Cash Customers Can't Fail to be Suited.
571 2t a K. WHITNEY.
To Graziers, Dairy Men and Butchers.
JIOR SALE in LOTS lo S I IT PURCHASERS
The Herd of Oattle
Belonging to the Estate of the late Hon E. H. BOYD, now
running at Koolau.
Tahiti herd coatalata sat 770 lir-.-id or
thereabouts, iarg-e and a suit II,
Of which 100 more or leas are Hlleb C'owa, well broken
In ; Uaa remainder, Steers, Heifer, and Calves.
For further particulars, apply to either of the Adminis
trators of the Kstate.
GODFREY RHODES,
ITS St EDWARD CTRKHZ.
Jast Received '
PER BARK CEDER, FROM EC ROPE. A
large invoice of tha EES!" QUAUTIES,
Habtaek'i Paint! and Paint Oils !
MI- B0LI.ES A 00.
CREDIT SALE!
By Order of Mr. Aswan.
THIS DAY.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12th,
At 1 o Claaest A M at Sattaal Baxim.
ON A CREDIT TO THE TRADE,
Will be sold, the
CARGO OF CHINA GOODS!
Just RecfiTtd ppr Bark TatTaretle !
FROM HOJ.GKOSG, aw fttlloarat
100 Nests Camphor Wood Trunks
NO. 1 AND NO. 2,
leather covered Camphor Trunks,
Genuine Manila Rope All Wsea,
100 Chests of Fine Teas,
200 BASKETS TEAS, Fery Choice,
Boxes Ginger. Boxes Cnmnuats and Mix el Frxatta, Wrap
ping lvaper. lauitema, I-iubrohlered Uandkerchlers,
Mouquito XetUng, t Linear Shirts and Pants,
lOO ROLL. Si BEST t USTRAIT MATTIN4J,
BEST MANILA CIGARS,
T1IK OENl'INB ARTIt'latt,
Cases Peanut Oil, China Tobacco, China Provisions, saald,
Extension and Ixwnge CboJra, Settee.,
New Style. Chain, Ac. .
sT TKBMS AT BALE.
E. P. ADAXH, Anctlonaer.
Al'CTlON SALKS.
Br f. BARTOW .
Sale!
13th,
ON THURSDAY, : : JAlff.
AI 10 ta'cl carat A. a...
AN ASSORTMENT OF MERCHANDISE,
Lot of Plants !
AT H ..
Bags of Sugar.
Fresh Butter.
1 Kind and Gentle Saddle Horse !
ALSO
A. CjJ-eiir 1b Pony.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
ON FRIDAY, - -
At ttmir-piiat S A. II.
- JAN. 14th,
.tSalea Room.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
AND
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
NAMELY....-
Fine Prints, Muslins, Lir.cn Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Marino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ilciomed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Overshirts,
"Wool Sliawlsl
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
IllankeU, White Shirti, Amoikeag Denims,
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Trareling Bags, Etc., Etc., Ete.
Grooerles, dtto.
Veil Brands Kerosene, Card Matches',
Teast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers, Clotbes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pieklei, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Ovsters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
ate. ate. ate.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
HATE JTST RECEIVED PES
GERMAN BARK CEDER!
FROJaT RRF.Vf KX
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
JUST RECEIVED
And For Sale by
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
EX 'AGLAIA' & 'CEDER,'
And other late arrivals.
TONS BEST SMITHS' COAL,
Tons Best Glasgow Splint Steam Coal,
Bar Iron, In assorted sixes.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS !
In 1 dos. eases of the celebrated manufacture of
JOHN QILL0N A Co., Glasgow.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
THREE
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
FIVE
STEAM fL VRIFIERS, 400 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS
Of Various Descriptions.
BNGVLISH,
GERMAN AND FRENCH GOODS!
C0NSISTII6 II PUT OF THE rMIM:
A Full Aa.orttnent of Print., all atylea,
new and desirable patterns.
White Cottons, Uorroek's White Loaf Cloth.
A. II. and B.
Brown and Blue Cotton Drill, Brown Cotton.
Blue Cotton, Heavy Denims, Hiekory Stripes,
Bad Ticking, Turkey Red Cotton.
Blue Flannels, White Linen, assorted
widths and aoalitiee.
Water-Proof Cloth, White Moleskin.
Fine French Merino., Rep., Buckskins,
Fine Casim.res. Blaek and Blue Baoedel.tht,
Mosquito Netting,
Linen and Cotton Sewing Thread,
Albambra Bed Quilts.
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing !
Fanoy Flannel Shirts.
Denim Jumpers and Overalls.
Fine Merino Cndenbirtf,
Merino Seeks,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Bilk, Linen and Cotton Iiaadkerehiefs,
Hoary Blankets,
Fine Silk Umbrellas.
Linen Sheeting.
Assorted Burlap! and Woolpaek, Sail Twine,
Imperial N'ary Hemp C antes. No. 0t to I,
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J. Uosaell A Co.
Faney Soaps and Hair Oil.
Shawls, Ponchos, Plaids. Needlework.
Imitation Jewelry,
Lockets, Rings,
Chains, Orn.aaaats.
A VERT FCLL ArtftORTVf FXT OF
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Groceries!
Stearin Candle., Ultramarine Blue,
Ep.om Sail j. Castor Oil,
Fence Wire, No. I, i and 8,
Oalvaniied Iron Pip, I and iaeb.
Hoop Iron, i, S. 1 and U inch, RireU.
P. A P. Koivet, Seisaori,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs, Azea,
French Calfskins.
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
Paints and Oils, White Zinc, White Lead, Ac.,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Market Baskets,
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Cask Blacksmiths' Coal,
500 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Also a few Music Boxea A Regulator Cloaks,
A Fine Assortment of Havana Cigars,
English aad Herman Ale.
Bavarian Beer, in qts. and pts.
Champagne, tleidileok A Co., qta. and pts.
Champagne. Tbor.au. qts aad pts.
Sparkling Hook.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
Qia.in green boxea.
Samples now Open at oar OOce, aad Sale.
Arrlre
MT- Orders from Other Islands Filled,
to
IdlQrUORS.
Cases Heidseiek's Champagne, pints and quarts.
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, pts and qts.
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, extra dry.
Cases Henneity's Brandy,
Cases Martell's xxx Brandy,
Case. Planet's 1881 Brandy,
Case. Small Genera,
Baskets Best Geneva,
Cases Bnt Old Tom Gia.
Cases Best Kinahan's L Irish Whiskey,
Cases Danville's Irish Whiskey,
Beat Scotch Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Best Heanessy't Pale Brandy,
Quarter Cask. Beat Martell's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Bam.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.P.C.
DEMIJOHNS ALCOHOL,
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pal. Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Bass A Co 'a India Pal. Ale, pints aad quart).
Orange Bitters, in eases,
ALSO, JUST LANDED EX "CEDER!"
M'EWAJTa XXX tTTOCT, In itane Jnafe.
QUArra and mrm.
POBI WINE. 1st S data, esusrw ; SHZaMT Wltae)
I is 3 aVaas. ewaea, art" enperttasr ai avail ty.
t-o-Jm
F. T. LENEHAN OO.
CO.,
HA Vat
JUST RECEIVED
HAWAIIAN BARK B. C, WYLIE,
FROM LONDON,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THEY HOW OFFER FOI SUi.
Groeenea, Hubbaek'a ltuwt Ola.
White Zln, White Lead, '
Venetian Red. Yellow Oekre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Plata, Sheet
Sauce Pant, Tea Kettles, Sheet Ziae,
Galvanised Tabs, Fence Wire,
Kenned Iron, White Bros' Portland C
Gunay Bagi, Burlap Bap,
Printing Paper, P.troleum Barrels,
New Oil Shook.,
Vienna Ferniture.
BottleUen A Co't., Brandy, ia gla.f, one to four
t.
Boutellatl A Co't., Brandy la Casks,
Gin ta Cases,
Norwegian Ala,
Cordage,
Wiadow Glass, Ae.,Ae.. Ae. 5TI Im
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
af tAUFOSlWIA SULVEK Mil MletKat.
j CAUFtJAOilA PUTATUK.
Itecetved pes si array , and for sale try
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