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t ta tjcanit'ne and art onfertd to meet to tie
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?, JU,ralbT Is the DUtnet arc bothy amradnl.
Thrr8mtBaa are shcl'slcd: Xmka tide of
3Enfcal Stmt tna east rormvAf BtUtf L
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Tk feifcntnr are new i&tim wtaWisbcd: Vakal
W t X wdiam crrt t t,T(n street.
Xafcal ve r r XftdnaJteMs&Hwhe Sallor'a Home.
R.IWoniotctBTTttrNa Block east.
Btea4ifcTkTtS!HSiBaot acre Una lx
arHaja iB cBer4 to atari! at any one llmcj
jHtdrter of the Interior.
that the police are Instructed
t Jsvrtju a csudl.g of exrrrtaea for hire on "plica
BStuIfcailnitTtbtfTcvUildbft. .' 8M
TiKgMaiotjm .station of the rebtie Schai of the
.KSa!, rtn 4 fa IMaiy. UieSRhjrt
rununy WCV?U fart tena ettheeRtidarTiar will
Vrfa. i IT. JAS. flMITU,
Ce'AfiBitaaa of Xawnilaa Mm aad to
Fksm it anr Conctrau"
r will aa Art
B rtnhlnt Exrmruilon of Tonipt or
K I IViru ot ti, Cslud Mlr" VI it
b Cattrd fMlr. will BttHtr tie u Emm
m lae laleodcl klpneatttat be my examine
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"SKaB IMr Ibe ui4 Ad I hlir fiird
.ittfcW x Ibv 've lo be raid Is nld MExtiort
aad rmiflcabc at xbe om of
fVtstiieruaior3.anniai. aa la proportion
Jnc wt4trr ln a tna.
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, Tfes VNtNdpitd withithis issue All
manoraj work trpoo the QArrrnCwheu the pres
ent of this joamal first became, its
onezjjbe Kexrceatcd thu endersigned to famish
, nai&e xaatxer. Ibis, by the aid of others.
fcas bea Sons darinj; the year. Experience
9&i aktrred that xaen whose boors were crowded
jHsi th workot their rrppective Tocatioss could
feJ little tide for joanujism, and still less to
coaler together aboct rirwfpaper artacics. A
of labor fairly aaswerud the requirements :
eate I'irtMrii:;; rrtrarta, .another local and foreign
am items, another notes, and another the
The dose of the year, however, finds at
ilia k but oae of those who begaa together.
object of all - who hare nndertaVen this
Drss . Atoprotaote, as far as they
tido aovAeorrecl peblio acnimen and taste
TiFaa BIHlg, Wpproprixte for general newspaper
iXScoaia, txA especially to rirove that this com-
3c&2tr osJd sastun A newspaper which catered
jar jsa&ered to xto private interests, " which
fetid itaeif independent of any narrow cliques.
J tho expectations of
,ium etfecyiaie Utca part in this work. No
" s,eiaIor private, bo Interest or clique, has
tejtathtf year received from this journal any
ciihjr. cooaideratioo than ve have believed that
A Coa1 intficsts inquired. Business
for baiaaiaf. bars leea brought to bear
spoa the qutoa of oar currency. The view has
.CBierallybees takeafcoth bythe borrowing and
Use lesdmg claasea, that it is unsafe to have a
Cched States gold ccrrency. In the conviction
that or present iuiuulj of silver is
and icjenoudy below its nominal value, we
fcave xtrsrd a gold basut
The coper mode f mwesning and collecting
Un. aad the proper subject of taxation, have
XKKveal from ca coasUerable notico. Tax laws
aoold aot aftec be cheuged, and never except
Sot clear gain. "We believe that all are united
in thxakiuE that xaany changes ought to be made
in this rftjiect, asd in hoping that a favorable
tins to nuic such xnded changes will occur at
the next legislative
TTe need not tepcar wit jcsesUv expressed views
of the desirableness of at least trying to obtain
Hindn immigrants. We have fully and, as far as
ocr istxalims went; impartially discussed the
rtiatioss between the Sovereign, the Ministry and
th Feopje, and especially the proper relative
fcacrScsa of Kins, Ministry, and Legislature.
TTedo not think that the interests of any one, in
effioeor oct,are subserved by using officialby
which, we moan particalarly the Crown influence
to Cet persons electedfor the legislature, or for
the pcrpose of getting appropriations. This view
fesve enforced with no uncertain tone. We
beJiev that the wisest and safest course for the
King is to obtain for Ministers nun in whose
integrity and abibty he and also tho public have
cociuroce, and to place upon them the entire
Ttvpoasbtlity of governing. For this purpose
3Gmtcr most have their hands strengthened by
receiving the King confidence, and by the publio
" that they are so trusted. "Wo have sought
to enforce this new, and in go doing we have had
"aa friends to favor and so enemies topsrsue. In
lb long ran, aa we are convinced, the sentiment
of Kins and of Feople will be found to coincide
oocotaxung men who can be trusted -for Cabinet
portfolios. Capital and brains are largely
Sssrparabh. It is by capital and brains that the
world is mainly gonaxod. Of course we do not
xaeaa that intelligence implies wealth, nor rite
tra. IV.hirn the saying, a fool and his money
are soon parted, tray explain our moaning. But
howenjr that may be, it is by intelligence and by
capitxl or credit, which is often as useful that
chrflaad cnfnmimit'fs whether large or small are
beMaucowsfully. W"l for them, if corruption is
made asbeiplea a factor as ignorance is. Thus
thirVmg, wo have seldom felt like yielding to
desponding views of. the political future of these
If lands. IlEtmJwKmmof intelligence whether
their acesmslaiions be large or small are willing
to assume xheir ltitimate responsibilities and
public burdecs. tbry need not complain at any
crn which psbli: affairs may take. And unless
tirrecre political partia formed
bere, there is but little scope for public effort It
is cot well at present to have politics divided between
those who ore in office and those who are
StOl less is it desirable to have a race
divitira in politics. There are public questions
cawbirti decent cieninay take opposite sides, as,
for instance, edueatcst, immirstion, public
care of the puhlia health, taxes,
easterns duties, and so on. We leave to others
ti.Otkof forminsscch parties and of
the israes between them. But when the
exl election EhaD ecme, no man ahonld decline lo
& ti fell pebbc duty, whatever that may be.
TJs sndssreued now makes his editorial bow,
sd beaitily wishes to all alike "A Illrr) New
"SSssl1 Ai.TTm S. Histwzxx.
"Wa respond to the Christmas grueling of our
ostempoRxy of the Jtdrtrtuzr, and we offer to
MbatbecBsaplixMatt of the season. In order not
tabs invidious, wesayto aUeditozial brethren,
d last bet not least to the printers, "God bless
s. wry MM.
Asr. who barn- read Thackeray's Fendennis,
Vaairy lair and Newcsmes, -sill read with plea-
snetasCferistsitt Hyma tat our first pegs. 'It is
ammaafrsg cp lis Christian philosophy. We
ajiafiy recite fak knes :
, 'Bepemi' oacatth.be peace on cuth.
- 3 Miff gentle
' ye! JtakiacEf its asasWa, Basteav
jnr ttse feBriksccf kaaaaa Uf and nOawy, w&leb
jsfwmiia BiiieHeefnr a year. Theaew year
fiAsAws.fced with strotL for
"ipve jeV tMU year:
"mmmmi : the SUwj
Nwm Imin atWni, jwt mm .' bbish, men'
n hmm Bar jssufnsn jxrm
strsted, Hawaaf" &,
ateta pasaT jjtstl isissjnsa opica kan. and j
Jiasswst with Th new year knelt aownj
totowKhMMidalvatid'tapa to hia back the I
T"rihtottl -world's doings.
the Bhadcwa where he is to stand
fapewrsfleat, lite the Sphinx, be stretched oat
Ms Mild towards the little Kingdom, and said " A. J
ipy New Year toyouatt. May the women
sraj be pretty and the men be wise ; the King lire
and be lcvcd ; the tragar mim be rich And more
generous ; the Chinamen be content with ten dollar
a month ; and merry charity and Rood will towards
all come into this Kingdom without Reciprocity,
and always free of duty." Old time
put the bugle to his lips, and the signal went
oat on the air "light out, " for the day is ended.
7h old year was cone. The new year rose from
his knees and strode away for his twelve months'
march into the unknown.
"We hare not said that we "want to drop all
J titnlar deshrnations.' Bat we regard the obtrnsiTe
ana unnecessary expression oi uues oi ran or
nobility aa offensive, and as smacking of tho snob.
On formal occasions, by all means observe erery
formality. No greater offence to etiquette, if uot
to Rood breeding, can bo committed than to neglect
such f ormalitiec Whether it is well that the
title of HU Excellency should apply to each
Cabinet Minister and Governor in place of the
less pretentious title of the Honorable, or Bight
Honorable, is another thing.
Tib Chinese doctors of the steamer Cassandra
are seriously to bUme for not reporting the case
of small-pox on that vessel to the authorities, saying
nothing aa to the vigilance of oar harbor police
thAt a sick boy could be smuggled ashore at
midnight without being seen or questioned. Now
that such large numbers of Chincso sro being imported
into this country it behooves the Government
to protect its citizens from two evils contagious
sickness and vagrancy. When Chinese
immigrants are landed tbey should not be allowed
to go ofl into whaterer direction they please, to labor
or not as they may see fit. A proper place
should be erected into which they could be received
and they should not be permitted to leave
this until they havecithcr signed contracts or some
one has become responsible for them. In such a
building the immigrants could be under proper
medical supervision and a case like that which has
just ocoured on the Cassandra would be an impossibility.
The men would also bo housed in a
proper manner; at tho -present time anyone has
only to go round the purlieus of Chinatown and
the lower part of Berctania street to Bee how many
Chinese are lodged in straitened and inadequate
quarters. To Government supcrvLubn the Chinaman
is accustomed from his cradle and a regulation
of the kind indicated would be accepted by
him at once. Even in New York whore tho
United States authorities have to deal with the
free-born Irishman who is running from the
tyranny of the Saxon, and who when he finds that
there is a Government in tho West, boldly says he
is "agin it," even in New York, the immigrants
are put under strict supervision and are kept in
Castle Garden until work can be found for them.
Theso restrictions have to bo laid on to protect
the aty from having oven a larger pauper population
than it now has. Kamehamcha V. saw the
evil of an unrestricted Chinese, immigration and
was very firm in insisting that when Chinese laborers
introduced they should be bonne to
responsible parties. He would not allow a Mongolian
invasion, and what Kamehameha V. insisted
on, e hope that our present Monarch and
his Government will adhere to.
WnAT a world of possibilities the New Year I
presents; wo always approach the period with a
littlo trepidation, there are so many hopes of good
and yet we well know lrom past experience how
many similar aspirations have been dashed to
pieces. However, as our contemporary the A
charges us with having a somewhat gloomy
philosophy we must wipe our pen, plack up heart,
and in spite of what we may feci pat on a merry
mask for the occasion.
The coming jear will find plenty of work for
our politicians and at its close we may expect to
see some considerable effort put forth for getting
good men elected to the Legislature which will
Money will also probably become more plentiful
as the various plantations continue to take off
their crops and realize upon their heavy outlay in
machinery and so forth. This will give a spurt to
oar retail trade, so that our store keepers may
look forward to a good time : let us recommend to
them the motto which has been found a good one
by many a largo house elsewhere : " small profits
and quick returns."
We are starling the year with a dangerous epidemic
upon oar threshhold; but we bust that the
unwelcome intruder may be thrust out before he
is able to o much damage.
Our ministers have before them no light task,
especially tho Minister of Interior and tho Attorney
General: from both of theso fentleraen we
expect good work and we do not think that our
expectations will be disappointed. In the work
before the government there is much, which, to bo
done well cannot bo dono hastily, so wo will bo
content to wait and give them a chance of showing
what their work is before criticizing them.
There will of course, in private life be tho usual
ups and downs, joys and sorrows. Wo will trust
however that the former will outnumber the latter;
that the inevitable gaps in the world's ranks
which inarch forward ceaselessly to meet and to
fall by the grim spectre will bo few. And in fact
that when, if such shall be our lot, we indite tho
resume of 1S81, we may say good-bye to that year
with a sort of tender regret and close that page of
our national life by writing, " this year has certainly
been a well spent one."
Trot Supreme Court has decided that the " Laun
dry Act" is not unconstitutional. No plain pro
vision of the Constitution is violated by it. Tho
Supreme Court cannot assume tho functions of
the Legislature and say that this or that csction of
the Act is foolish or unwise. It can only pass
upon tho constitutionality of tho whole.
Our of tho abundance of the heart the mouth
spcaketh, sometimes but not always. Men often
ore not tobe judgtd by what they say when aiming
at special objects, or addressing hearers whose tasto
they seek to gratify. Indeed we are inclined to
reverse in many instances the usual mode, and to
judge one's acts and words by the man himself,
and not to judge oao by'his acts and words. This
may be illustrated by considering how different
the effect upon us of the same things when said or
done by diflerent people. A fine test of character
or sincerity may often be found in observing what
one does ofdo or say under certain circumstances.
Fucncii homes and family life havo been
much misrepresented. As thoy have no Anglo
Saxon word "home," and no exact synonym
therefor, it has been common to disparage their
home life. This has been more commonly dono
by those who havo seen only Paris ltfernnd th it
not always at its best. It is not every visitor, who
can get the entree of tho best lands of horot life
in any society. Tho French country homes are
praised as cliarming by those who havo liad the
pleasure and have taken tho trouble to become
familiar with them. IJut notwithstanding the
crowds who feel obliged to visit Fans before they
die, few can afford to go to France.
Ir is strange that so many who know better are
faulty in thoir English. To say nothing of
ungrainmatical writing or talking, there are more
than there ought to be who go through life content
vrith mispronouneing jor half articulating
their mother tongue. It is not pedantic to talk
as well as to wnte correctly. 'It is not conceit to
pronounce right. If ono cares to learn who use
correct English and do it naturally, it is not a bad
test to observe how they get on. with the short or
unaccented vowel sounds, especially the sounds of
tho letters o o and a. It would ehock some educated
people it their speech were phouographed.
Such words as "places." "enough," "laborer,"
government." " heated," " parenU" would appear
aa "placix," 'unnough," "laberer," "guvurmunt,"
healid," and " payrunt." Some seem to be fairly
ashamed to talk right; as well be ashamed to
A Pastob's Fibxou Estbsed. On Friday afternoon,
while Bev. Jfc and Mrs. Frear were lunching
at Mr. Hall's, their parlor was entered, and
nearly every article taken out, and not smashed,
but scattered throBgh other parts of the house.
Imagine their sazurise when on their return they
found anlegaz.t Mack walnut parlor set, of seven
pieces, upholstered in raw sSlk and plush, with
foldingchair, centre table, chandelier and whatnot
to corretpoad, andaroH of fine raattin for
ho floor, and beantif el -vases filled with flowers.
The pastor came to lie eonelaakm that he had
moved and did not know jt. And then as of this
,were not enough there appeared a vetieele, on
opening wfcyfc, there were foeud Borne seen things
sMthevrlsnntenfanogat, at least gaU, sUveraad
aovemiiwftt nuhij to Use usoaek of Ssrf. And
what was no fees gnttryisft lying on the centre
-table was lfcrfkriring note with dstbmIj -seven
Dtar Pastor Ttaslln? that mn uid Tonr mndvlfa
vrlll pardon Ibe lassion of jtjm tone, aarsT tkeacls
tonmlttl In yoar abteace; yon are fottber atked to
whit baa been leftasatlishttofeeaof thee teem
and love felt for yoo br many members of jour chnrtb.
and congregation. llj tbete evidences oi the affection
01 yoar people onerea bi mis eraeun oi pieaj&ui rcmciu"
bnnccs glveyoo renewed r trrarlh and coarage for tbs
Huter'sworklnonrmldit: and lead yoa to feel that
yonr labors are appreciated. TlsbtnzyonandTonrsa
Merry Chrltm at,d 'Happy New Tear, with
many returns of the same. Wc temiln as ever.
Tons Hccccaa Peixkds."
This was Christmas, New Year and. Thanksgiving,
all in a lump to the pastor arid his family. On
Sabbath morning he completed the tenth year of
his ministry in Fort Street Church, and thankrcl
his congregation for their affecting remembrance.
A yasD on the alert and compelled by its owner
to do thorough work, according to its bent or
power, need not be restless, uneasy or excitable.
Unfortunately many take tho extreme of laziness
or inertness, or else of applying a harmful forcing
process to their mental operations. In the matter
of memory for instance, now many mourn about
their shocking memories. This is fargoly a matter
nf will, for if one with sufficient force and energy
chooses to make his mind retain what he reason
ably wishes to remember, he certainly can ao so.
One very good reason for forgetting things is that
they are not understood. The mind can be
to sneh a condition, that impressions are
made upon it disappear as soon as made. Impres
sions are thus evacesieni oecause one is kjo uitj
or indifferent to exert his mind. One may go
about like those who, "having eyes see not and
having ears hear not," Withsnch persons the
organs of hearing and sight receive and transmit
the physical impressions but the miud does not
retain them, it barely is conscious of them.
" If there be one thing upon this earth that mankind
lores and admires, better .than another, it is
brave nun," 6aid the distinguished President elect
of tho United States, upon n certain occasion, at
least, he is reported to havo made this remark, and
I feel that it is worthy of a great man.
A brave man is he who dares sectional jealousies,
falsehood, petty malice, and " can look the devil
himself in the face, and tell him ho is a devil," is
another cxceipt, perhaps from tho same author,
and aa there it very little originality in our every
day sayings and writings I will not, as an Islander,
trouble myself about tho author, I say as an Islander,
becauw) ue are apt to say at ttmos things
for which we had rather not be asked the authority.
Not bat what we could give it but " you know" it
takes up too much of our valuable time.
A bravo man can meet an enemy, and if not br
words, by acts can prove to him, with tho dignity
oi a gentleman, tnat ttiey nave pernaps
other, "there is a fellowship among
the virtues by which one great passion stimulates
another' this was fully exemplified at the meeting
of tho .Fire on Christmas Eve. Have I complied
with my promise ( tjubtx OjIkks.
Srn : Many of the scientists of the present age,
those that hare advanced the theory of ovolation
as a positive science, have hitherto confined their
researches almost entirely to tho field and science
It is proposed that a now field of scientific in
vestigation bo taken up in order to divert the
mind of tho general public from the many knotty
questions of the day.
So then, to all lovers of science as a study in its
multifarious branches I would recommend, that
languages be taken up as a means of throwing
light on the vexed question of tho " missing link."
I will lead bj n quotation of Genesis, Chapter
til, verse it now tne serpent was more subtile
thnn any beast of the field which the Lord God
From tao Hebrew this serpent or nachash has
several meanings, each as nujiko tho other in
comparison as an ass is to a whiskey bottle.
In Hebrew nachash or khanisa means, tho
devil. In Arabic khanasa means or signifies an
ape. sntyrns or any creature of the simia or ajio
germs : vulmrly speaking a monkey.
In the Hawauan dialect this devil of the Hebrew,
Uutnaea and monkey of tho Arabs has a similar
signuTcanco to tno .Hawaiian man or a Jvasaka.
Mb. EDrron : Permit mo space in your paper
for the publication of a few reflections upon the
subject of party and its objects in Hawaii nei. It
is said we have none, I differ, I think there is
clearly defined, a native Hawaiian party, a foreign
missionary party and a cosmopolitan foreign
party, who have all had their part in the organization
of this government in its present form, and
in the determination of its present policy. The
first named, which might be regarded as the most
genuine party of the country has been the least
asiertivo and demonstrative. The second, owing
to its early opportunity in educational enterprises,
claim a sort of in the guidance and
leadership of this nation, whilst the third composed
of chance sojourners in this archipelago,
have not been considered by some, as having any
legitimate claim to governmental management or
publio policy, yet has produced some ot the most
Bonnd and earnest wprkers with tho genuine Hawaiian
party to promote Hawauan advancement
and welfare. Every fair minded man residing in
theso islands, should appreciate, that, whatever
reverses, failures, or causes of decline have affected
the Hawaiian people, they are still entitled under
all circumstances, by all natural rights to paramount
consideration in whatever policy may bo
earned out in the future, as it should have been in
the past. Therefore, the truo and honorablo party
of the country, the one needed and required for
tho best welfare of all concerned, shouid be formed
of earnest, sincere and loyal men, whoso first consideration
should botho maintenance and preservation
of tho Hawaiian race and tho monarchy as
founded by tho Great KaineLameha. B.
Per steamer Zcalandla, direct from Tarls via Sydney,
two very elegant Oblique Pianos, by Bord, nnsnrpassed
for tono and dnrabllliy. Also, new and second hand
Pianos and Orjans, Musical Boxes, Accordeons, Handsome
Gold and Plated Jewelry, Vases lu fact, a lot of
Goods tillable for Preents. Every one shonld call before
purchasing elsewhere, Open evenings.
1'ICKEMNO & CO.,
832 tm GreatlXLStore.KlngandFortStrccts.
I P. FISHER,
Advertising Agent, 31 Merchant Exchange. San Fran
cisco, Is authorized to receive advertisements for this
Notice to the Public.
To avoid Imposition, purchase-it o( Walibam Watches
will observe that every genome watcb, whether gold or
silver, hears oortrade mark on bolb case and movement.
Gold case are stamped "A. V. Co." and gttarantee
certificates accompany tbtin. Silver cases are stamped
Am. Watcb Co., Waltluuii, Mass , Sterliuj silver," and
are accouipauled by guarun tee certificates, signed n. E.
Ilobblns, Ireasurir. Ibe uame ' Waltham" I plainly
engraved upou all movements, Irrespective of ellbur distinguishing
Ibis Caution in rendered necessary by reason ot the fact
that our cases arc frequent j serrated frum our
and pot Into worthless movements of other makers,
and vice rria, thus atTectlng Injuriously the performance
or the watches and viUaUng our guarantee, which Is intended
to cover only our complete watches wholly made
by os. It li necessar) , also, because It Is so notorious as
to be a public scandal, that there Is great fiaud In Ibe
metal quality of both gold and silver cases as
nuiy suiu. i- jiive uetuonciratea oy irequent assays
that many gold and sliver cav a offered In tho market are
debased from from 10 to 10 per cent, from the qnallly
ihey assume lo be. 1 bis Ija fraud upon the purchaser, and
accounts lor the low price at which ancb cased watches
have been Bold.
We lake Ibis occasion to announce that we have re-
we very popular grades of full
plate movements, known by the marks " Wm. K!lcrr,'
"Appleton. Tracy & Oo , " Waltham Watch l o., P. s.
Bartlelt," and "Broadway," giving to them not ouly a
highly Improved appearance, but great additional value.
It e embody Id then, such or the best resnlu of our experience
and study fr twen'y years as can be imcrul In this
popu'ar form of watcb. We give tbese new model watches
special recommendation to all who look Tor good performance
and solid excellence at rnoderato cost. Tbe
alterations have been made with the view of pleasing
practical watch maker , aa well as watch wearers.
We ivall onraclvrs, too, of this Decision to warn tho
puoilc against cheap watches. Tbe superiority of
itimuum Kuuua, n an graqes. is now so generally acknowledged
that our eompeUto's, Swiss and American,
seem to have no resource but to nresent the attnutinn nf
low price. Their goods being Inferior to ours, tbey have.
w.i uitm iui i urn. iuc7 can get-People
generally not knowlngagood wttebfromsted
one, very often allow a small price to decide iheni. WU.
Ham Morris, the eminent Ecgllsh Lecturer on Art and
Labor Topics. In a recent lecture delivered before the
I know that tho public in general are set upon havlof
things cheap, being so Ignorant that they do not know
when they get tbem nastr.also so Ignorant that they
neither know or care whether they give a man bis due.
IVnow that tbe manufacturers, 'so called, are so set on
carrying oot competition to Its ntmost, competition of
cheapness, not of excellence, that Ibey meet the lriralo
burters halfway.und cheerfully furnish them with nasty
wares at tbe cheap price Ibey are asked ror, by means ot
wnat can be called bv p prettier name than fraud."
We ore much mistaken If this Is whai the public want
or expects, of n, at least. Good watches cannot be made
when neither workmnn nor employer has pride In bla occupation
; interest and pleasure In the work are both
wanting, and both are essential In good watcb making.
Law price, especially In watches,, fc eiurlu,, retfi
Ion jxrorvianci ami hig repairs.
Our mission was. and our bnrlncss Is, to make good
watches, whatever the cost ; holding flrmly to this single
purpose, we have seen Improvement and reduc
Loo In cost, by means of discoveries and Improvements In
machinery and by nataral canses, go steadily oo together
until we can truly ay, Waltham Watches m their re!
specUve grades, are tbe best watches made ; and as to tne
lower grades, they are within tbe reach of everybody
who earns wages Oor prices are u low aa tney ought to
be, and as low as they will be. Watches cannot be made
lo- nothing, even by machinery. We aay to tbe public,
bay a good watch while yon are about Jt.andpayaproper
price for It. The more yoa pay nu tannest dealer the bet
satUQed yotl will be In the end ; don't be deceived by
cbeapneasqnalliy descends ttaster than price. r
For American Watch Co. t or Walibam, Mass.
ROBBINS A APPLETON,
Sit ly General Ageou..New fork, CU. A.
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toeStreo:if,McISBRSr,Sols Agent for this Ktogl
WKA?.t.rfV5M W KTESLTSO
Tbe Trade Mpplied at the LOWEST PRICES.
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SALE, OF REAL ESTATE.
nT vTirrrrR of an OHDER v
XJ Sale, by the Hunorsble C. C. Chief Jmjlce
of the Supreme Court. Issned on the Sth day of Janlry,
A.D. 19SU, tbe undersigned will sell at public aoaton
ON MONDAY, JAJiUAEY 31, A. P. 18f 1,
At 13 o'clock noon. f
At tbe front door of Alllolanl flail, all the rlpfct, title
and Interest whkh the said Charles Ksnslna. deceaHd,
bad of. Id or to Ibe following parcels of land sltnato
upon th Island uf Maul, vizt
IXIT NO. 1, riltcste In Paeohl, Lahalna. containing
1 acre,,! rood -and' 12 perches, near to the Catholic
planted with cane.
IAr NO. 3. Situate In Illkahl, and containing S
roods and 17 perches.
LOT NO, 3 Sltnate In Illkahl, Cabalna, and
1MV NO. 4. Sltnate In Keawalkl. Lahalna. 'and
containing nineteen perches. This Is the store
nato near to the wnarr.
I.OT NO. 5. Sltnate In Kohollles, Lahalna, con.
tainlng 1 acre and It roods. "'
J .or. NO. O, Situate in Knholllea, Labilaa, con
taining Y acre.
I.OT NO. 7, Apana 1 of the Ahnpnaa of
containing TUV4 acres, 5K acres of which Is kilo
land, and a stream of water runs through tbe tectre of
tXft NO. 8. Being Apsna 3 of said Ahnpnaa sHotte
on the bcacb, and containing 8 7-10 acres, 6 of which itn
be planted with cane. There Is also said to be a ashing
right belonging to this land extending mj icei an:
the beach and seaward.
v.iit no D. Tbe Ills of Pnnohala and Kanoaol
situate in Wallnkn. containing 23 acres, 4U.of whld
cane land and har been planted by the Wallaka So tie
I.OT NO. 10. Is a Lele of Pnnohala, In WallnM
aforesaid, and contains 1 acres.
LOT NO. II. Being the III of Kaohe, In Vt'allntkl
aforesaid, containing 113 IU-100 acres. A portion of tliil
Is kalo land and a portion grazing ana woou ianu,
r.llT NO. 1J. Two what are known as Poalimas. hi
ing two kalo patches, situate Inside of Koj.il Patent
KTiO. , (
I.OT NO. 13, Bcjng the III of Manlania, containing
LOT NO. It. Being a Lelc of Kanonoku, containing
of an acrclnd comprises two large Kaio patcaet,
LOT NO. 1.1. Being tho III of Pnltlawaawa, and con
tains - M luu acres cane tana.
IM r NO. 10. Being the III of Lcmnkee, containing 3
acres cane una. (
LOT NO. 17, Situated In KapannI, Wallnkn, and
containing an area of of an acre and comprising
two large kalo patches.
I.OT NO. 18, The fishing right In the Wallnkn
LOT NO. 10, Comprise! two pieces of land situate
In Kapnoho, Waleha, and contains 2 58-1(10 acres. '
I.OT NO. 20, Being a certain piece of land sltnate
in Peleknnu, Island of Molokal, and contains 4 acres
and 811 fathoms.
LOT NO. SI. Bclnir one undivided half of the Aha.
pnna of PUemuku, on the Island of Molokal. ball
Ahupusa contains G345 acres, the greater portion of
wnicn is kaioianu.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
LOT NO. , Being the lands known as Knla anij
Ilslekamahlna, sltnatcin Pnna, Hawaii. The nrtfriecv:
contains livn acres; the second piece contains 30 acrcei
and tho third 11CJ acres, all gra; Ing land, bubject tot
lease existing on said lands, vblcb expires April 1st;
1889. at an annual rental of S15U. navablo annuallrln
advance; taxes to bo paid by the party holding the lease.
LOT NO. 23. Beinj; the Ahnpnaa of Kapoho, sltuita
in 1'una, Hawaii, ana containing 4uuo acres, oaiu rani
is subject to a lease which expires the 1st day ot January,
1C&5, at an annnal rental of $3X, payable
in advance ; taxes to be paid by the party holding
LOT Ni, 21, Bin the Ahnpnaa and Hah ponds of
Hilipuipjjij, situate lielow Kawaihae, containing an
area of 359 acres, I0H of which arc tlsh ponds. Subject
to a lease (reserving the largest nh pond o' 4
acres) which expires on the ath day of May, 1396, at an
annual rcnUI of Sim, payable semi annnally; taxes to
be paid by the party bolding the lease.
LOT NO. 21, Being the 111 of Anachomaln, which
adjoins the above land and contains an area of 879 acres,
Vti acres of which are fiih ponds.
LOT NO. till. Being tho Ahnpnaa of Kapajataea,
containing an area of acres.
LOT NO. 27, Being the land known as
Kona, Hawaii, contulnlng:0 acres.
LOT NO. 28, Sitoated in Walpio, Hawaii, and containing
4 10 of an acre of kalo land.
Haaalei, Kanai, and known as Pnnone, consisting of
several large Kaio ptcucs.
LOT NO. 30, Apana 1 of Hoyal Patent 7411, situate
In Kallhiwal, Kanai, and containing aa area of 1 acre
anu rj perencs, an Kaio lane.
LOT NO. 31, Apana S of above-mentioned Eoj al Patent,
containing t rood and 21 perches.
LOT NO. 32, Being Apana 2 of Hoyal Patent No.
&&2, situated in Walpio, Hawaii, and containing 1-10 of
an acre one large kaio paten.
I.tST NO. 33, Being Apana 3 of above Hoyal Patent.
Contains 23-100 of an acre of kalo land.
LOT NO. 31, Being Apana 4 of above Koyal Patent.
Contains 1-10 of an acre of kalo land.
LOT NO 33. Beimr all the riirht. title and Interest
of said deceased In itjyal Patent 7430, comprising 3
pieces 01 ianu anu coniaiuing an area 01 acres,
situated in Laie, Oahn.
T.fbT V41 !1R TtAln. llii, Ihnnn.a nf TTannl,!...
situated In Kona, Hawaii, surveys of which are in course!
As toon as surveys can be made, the Ahnpnaa of
Walpio, on Hawaii, and of Alae In Klpahnln, on iloul,
win uc emu.
Terms Cash, and Deeds at expense of purchaser.
17 833 V. V. PARHE. fomiiilvtluiirr.
BT YIRTUE OV A "WRIT OF 33X
ecutfon issued bvthc Sunremc Cnnrt. noon a tnd
ment against Luiki, defendant In execntlon, in favor of
Alien &, itooinson, piaintnts in execution, for SJH b7, 1
have levied npon and shall expose for sale to the highest
OH"' SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1871,
At 12 M at AlliolaniHale. the follow inir nroneriv. viz
All that lot of land situated In Kapalana, Oahu, and
containing acres, togctner witn tne two-story
duelling bouse and carriage honse and stables thereon
situated, nnlcss the said judgment. Interest, costs of
sun anu cxijejiees ue ureviuusry aiifuca.
W. C, PARKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, I860. 17 (SB
TN VIRTUK OF A WRIT OF EXE
X cntlon issued by the Supreme Court, upon a juda
mrot airainet II. I. B. McCooI. defendant. In rmr nr i)
W.Grannls, plaintiff in execntlon, for g4C3 SI, I have
levied upon,and shall expose for sale to the highest bid-
ON SATUEDAY, JAN. 22, 1881,
Id front of Alilolanl Hale, at 12 M..
AH the right, title and Interest of the said JIcUoo in
and to the following property, viz: Ono dwelling hnnse
and lot of lard, situated oa the corner of Pensacola and
Pllkoi streets and known as lot 30.1 on the Government
Snrvcy, unless said judgment, interest and cost bo
previously satisfied The tcrraB of the sale are Cash,
and Deeds at (he expense of the purchaser.
The sltnalion Is a very desirable one and will makoa
nne resiacnce loraiaciuy.
, . W. C. PAKKE, Marshal.
Honolulu, December 23d, I8a0. 17 8S3
Asowai, alias Yotrao Qoai, vs. D. TV. Kj junAiAAn.
BY viutui: of a. vrmroF kxihutio.v
issued nut of the Supreme Conrt for tho sum of
S3U2 Ciin favor of tbe above-named defendant, 1 have
levieu upon auu euaii ejpuue tur sale on ,
Wcdncsilay, the 12th day of January, 1881.
At Alilolanl Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, all the right, title
biiu jutercBi ui mc emu u. ,v . ivamanaieau in ana 10 all
that piece of land situated In Walkele. Ewa, and described
in Roval Patent No. 845. containing 1 5-10 nrrp
together with one wooden house, jnless said judgment
auiv vvsis anu uiiruecnui Bait; uiroriivaousry satisneo.
Terms Cash, and Deeds f parcbaser.
. JV. C, PAHKE, Marehal.
Honolnlc. December D, 18S0. tfll Bt
Tin: vjNiiL'RSIUNEIi IIAVlNtJ nCEN
Administrator of the estate of Constant
F. Merrill, deceased, hereby notifies all persons liavl Declaims
against the same to present said claims, wilS
thovonchers dnly anthenticnted, to him (the said Administrator),
at the office of Benj. II. Apetfn, Nu. IS
Kaahumi.nu street, Honolnln, within six: months from
the date hereof, or they will De forever barred. All persons
Indebted to the said Constant P. Merrill are requested
to make immediate payment of Ibe ssme, as
above, or suit will be brought to recover sneb debt.
OI1ED 11, MEIiUILL,
Administrator Estate Constant F. Merrill,
Dated Honolnln, J?ov. 25th. 1830. 830 it
ATA MEETING OF TIIE
or tho Drove Ranch Plantation Company,
held In Honolnln on the 13th day of December.A. D.
!&, It was voted to accept a Charter of Incorporation
granted by the Minister of tbe Interior npon tha 2d djy
of October, A. D. 18h0 The Corporation was therenpon
organized, and the following choice ot its officers for
the ensuing year was made, vis:
Alfred S. Hartwell., 3 ....President
Thomas II. Hobron )""... Vice President
Henry W. Schmidt ii Treasurer
William Oweu Smith ,A ....Auditor
Sanfurd B. Dole .. Secretary
8. B. Grove Ranth Plantation Co.
December 18. lgjO. . S31 4t
C0KP0IUT10N N0T3CE. . i
NOTICE ISIIEKEBytU VE.VTOAI.LPF.lt.
sons, that at a meeting- of the tbe
t Kanai Telephonic Compa$' held at Koloa, Novfsri,
l:iW, It was voted to accept the Chatter granted, to OAtcd
K, bmlth. O. N. Wilcox, and W. lit. Rice. aiScJr
awodates and successors, nndcr tbe name of tbe J
harm Company," on tbe 2d day of
October, 1SS0; and that the Corporation was duly organ-lied
under tha said Charter, and- tbe following Based
oificcrs were elected, via.:
J. K. Smith, President acd Director;
, .n -ii, nice, secretary ana xjirecior :
O. JT. Wllcox,rreasnrer and Direct
By the terms of tbe said Cbartcr n- stockholder shall
be IndlridJally' liable for tbe debts of the Corporation
beyond the amount which shall be dne npon the share
orsharea owned or beW by himself. ,
Also, In accordance with a provision of tbe Charter, It
was voted: That one month's notice of the Intention
of, lie Oomviany lo Increase Its Capital Stock to ten iS,
tboae oculars be aiveu brthe Secretary.
, Hv , .J W.H.WCK, o
it' Secretary Kanai Telephony t Cosnpany.
Koloa, 1880. SW-H
e . , i -NOTICE. .
TTAKTIKS HAVISH CLAIMS AeAHfTbo
JL liidersldued wtTTplews nresent the suae wiloln 39 I
Bn"orto ,- ;
J " Jfcfcfjj . ; " t S&mtatmmk8
POR SAN FltA!N0lS0O.
TttWTfkWV nSETsMflX lk4Ban
J. D. Spfecicefs,
' HANSEN, Commander,
Will have rinick dispatch for abeve part
For Fre!gBt"or passage, apply to
898 - V7M. Q. IRWIN A CO
FOR SA'N PRANCISCO.
THE Al BRITISH BARK
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply
8M 17 C. BREWER A CO . Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Fast Sailing Barkeattne
3E U H E K A.'
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
832 17 11. HACKFELP A CO., Agtnra.
Pacific Mail S. S. Company.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
RECF.IVED AT THIS PORT PER
GOOItS B. Co's steamers from San Francisco or
Anstralia will be ready for delivery at the Stramera'
Wharf Immediately after the sailing of tbe steamer.
Consignees are requested to receive their goods within
three days after such departnre or the goods will be removed
to the Cnstom House at tbelr expense and risk.
II. HACKFELD & CO., Agents.
nooolnln December 8, 1680. Sit 15 3t
The Al Swedish Bark
LONNQREN. Master, -
Will return with dispatch to Hongkong.
For freight or passage apply to
E7 n. nACKFELD A Co.. Agents-
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolnln lollllo direct, and will call at
intermediate Ports on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Cat lain on board,
I or A. FRANK COOKE, agent.
A I f Wl E fl 1 4SMM1
.UING. I I MAS rut
Tuesday, December 7th, 5 p m Hilo
Tuesday, December Hlh, 5 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Tuesday, December 21st, 5 p m Hilo
Tuesday, December SJth, 5 p m Circuit of Hawaii
as- .Vtt Credit for Pimsrtci. Money,
Wo positively decline to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call the attention of tho traveling
public to thenccesslty of having Baggage and Freight
plainly marked; tne Steamer will not be responsible
for any nnmarked Baggage, or for Freight or Parcels,
unless Hpcelptcit lor.
Freight Money Sno on Demand.
In all cases of freight for parties not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money will bo required In advance
IAC'UAUr.S orLIIllIOItH nml MINES MII8
BK Pr.AI.VI.Y MARKED
For the party whom they aro for, or plainly stated In tbe
receipt to whom they art consigned.
All demnnds for damage or loss must be made within
In nn way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
127" Uncle Drivers, Boys, and snch like, will not be
allowed on board the Steamer on arrival, nntll after the
paascngcrs hat c bet n landed.
SOU WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For tan Francisco.
TIIE M'LUJIDII) STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Jan. 17.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY of NEW YORK
On or about Saturday, Deo. 25
For Fre'gbt and Passage, apply to
801 So. II. HACKFEr,D4C0.,ABeuls.
nnoils for .Shipment per Stemncr can novr
bo Storeil, Free ut C'linrse. lu tho FlreprooJ
WnrohoiiKc nenr Hie Steamer W liarf.
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
Two Sailings Every Week.
From Jfeio York every Wednesday,
From Boston every Saturday,
RATES OF PASSACEa
t'nbln..... ....880, mid 8100 fJold
According to Accommodation. -'
RETURN TICKETS ON FAVOR UJLE TERMS.
Good accommodations can alwas bo secured on an
illcation to WILLIAMS, DIMONU CO.,
vj niaie strici, iioston,
VERNON II. BROWN & CO ,
4 Bowling Green, New York,
Notice lo Passenccrs from Anstralia. fjpvr 7pfll.ni!
and Ilnnolulu The Cnnard Linn aflords more than nsnal
uciuiics 10 mron;n paseneers lrom
oris, me ireqnency oi us sailings precluding all possU
llity of delay In New York.
accommudr.tlons always reerred
VERNON II. DROWN 4 CO.,
WOly A Bowllna Green. New York.
A. FRAN"-' COOKi;
AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS:
"Wallolo, 3, Mololo
Wftloll. j&Kk Idlin,
"Walohn, ffftm 'Walmalu,
Gem, Slegol te?, Knlntin,
FLAG Red with While Rail. Office-Comer of Queen
ol' and Nunanu titrects. 1
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewor & .
r Xrrriai..1l. ...i,.t ar CTrl
fill UbwaI "8drancea made on Bhipiuents bj thli
"f: 780 lr
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE I
C. Brewor & &
JSj?VL arrangements can always beSS
nidenmi,,0i,ra''sni,hnment ". Woo',
"ew . "-"'' lit .i Va'
.: -.- .5h.S,?e SSftton".
York anu Eastern
nude. '?f Forts, adtanres
PARISIAN AND AMEHICAJf
DRESS MIKING ROOMS
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis., Up Stairs.
-JJ- FULLY call t . jl.
Superior System of Keasrin& and Cutting,
Which eiiaaeVfairfo (five the neeer ,,
so essential In Stilus every ,Bd sne"
Motiniing, "Wedding and
Latest Parisian n mw til, - . r? i'
tloa. on bHl for costomw' mcrece0,0n "
m, Ber l.wnos win
AS KEXOTaSD HTS nv ,
s aIJTT. - "
.WHlTlf BY ft
HAVE RECEIVED Ex
iik A SP2 EHDI
" a COXSISTLKG OF . . 3
A LAEfJE ASSORTMENT OF BOOKS!
Srieeted with special care fcrBsfcrtk Holidays,
Among which may be found :
THE. CHATTER "&x, NURSERY, ST. XICHOLAS, GOIiDEH GUT BOOKS.
A few of Kingston's Works ; The Poets in Rilt and morroco ; and many other interesliu? yratie.
Also, tho following Series of Boots, in Bets, for children "D.iy Dawn, Santa Cbvss, Lit Us S&wy, CtsBf
Favorite, Tiny Red Can. Good Boy and Girl, Once Upon a Tims. K for a. Blow, Lite Clwha,
Play Day, Dew Drors, PiUy Patty, TinyPeta, BuChaUla, Boy'a MinwHany, Seren HiHa, Mm
Verne, and Golden Gate.
Bibles and. 3?ra,yer Books
Christmas and BewSear's Carls, In krja variety,
CrandalTs BMidinj Bkwks and Games, Hill's A S C asi leikfe KmIk
Cut Up Puasleu, Author's Old Maid, dikes, ite, te.
ia,i3L3. 3Dsls. XxaJs. GltaxiiXmr
In Nickle, SOrer, Gilt, Bromo, Kabber, Cat Glass, aadBoscwoocL
Fine EBeeia Leather Letter Wrappers, Wallets, Pnrseaand Pocket Books, in cndloaa wi&ly.
Our Lot of Papeteries cannot be surpassed,
'While tbo SCBAF PICTTJBES are magniSeeat.
Are tho Largest and Best Assortment erer offered in Honolnla.
Ako' S L9? 0? LEDQE2S. JOUFJJaLS, CASH, DAT AND RECORD BOOKS, Dra
Books, Pen Cleaners. Feather Dusters, AdhcsiTB Files and Board Oipa, CopyinsPrcaaea, YlsMtB
Cards, Drawmg nd TraanR Paper. Wrappinp; Paper. Letter and ifoto Paper and EaIofi for
ioreign Corresjiondence, Knbbcr Balers (Bonnd, Flat and Flexible), Ten Holders and Bascb.
and numerous other articles of Stationery. '
Bf TTie aboro are all bona fide New Goods, and not last year's reproduced.
We haTe lately added a'BULING MACHINE to our Book Establishment, awl am aav
prepared to do all kinds of Buling. Havrng secured the serrices of tha moat experienced Paper Baler
in tho Islands, wo feel wmfident that tha work will be dono in thaneatest mannerT
I3T Orders for Printing received, and executed with despatch.
3E2202L.T7JSJL V JLlS
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
ALL DIItECT FBOM NEW YOKK, FHILADELPHLA. AND EUROPE.
POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING!
1 : invito the public to exnminn my Magnificent Stock of European and American Dry Goods, which Is
without question tho
Largest and Best-Selected Stock m the City of Honolulu
My prices for perfectly FIRE!! SEW FABRICS aro positively lower than aro charged, by
other Houses for OLD, SOILED GOOUs', under tho guisa of ijELI,
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine for Yourselref.
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Goods, Trinimings, ClatMaf
and Gents' Furnishing- Goods.
m. GENTS' NEW CLOTHiNG AT GREAT
I invite a careful inspection of my Goods and Prices. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. OrcSetS
from the country carefully executed.
WHAT SHALL WE C.VE
Don't let this question bother you any lonser. Come
66 and 08 Tort Street.
MAKE YOUR SELECTION
FROM THE LARGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE STOCK
IS TIIE KIXUUOX.
Merry Christmas, gitls and bojg,
Santa Clans with team anil toys
Now has started on his way
With his sleigh.
DONT FAIL TO EXAMINE OUR
35 ct. Table, 50 ct. Table, $1 Tabic.
Onr Goods aro all New and Fresh, tot yon will be
asled to pay no more for them than others will ask yoa
to pay for old stock.
TINEST ASSORTMENT OP
x unci x luiurcs,
Beautiful Largo Chromo3,
Paintings on Tin,
Picture Mats & Easels
ALL SEW STYLES.
01 erery description mado to order from a large assortment
of Fine Moulding Just receWed. All kinds of
Of tTcry descrlpUon always la stock and lor sale
AT PRICES WHICH DEFY COMPETITION
CEO. F. WELLS,
SEl M ami 68 fort tret.
LOVEJOY fc CO.c,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN , ,
FINE sm, BRANDIES, GIN, &e.
Kal tid lOJferciaat Sfaet,
(IM Stand of the late Cims, Long)
Hart Complete Stock
MEWpD DESiXOUl GOOD
Aa are bow prewired to aamtr isnctasM
AT LOW33ST CASH PRICCE
'P2L5ASM. A.b U5
'SSiSSSu SSJZ3 -- a-JU
:A 3 T "" fl
LATE ARRIVALS u
D LUTE 03f
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON.
19AXJ3 21 MERCHAJJT STKEST.
CHAS. J. HSHEL.
ONE PRICE BAZAR.
COMER rRT A3IB HOTKI, STS.
LEJ7EES & DICKSON
Havo temporarily removed thtlr offlce to
Their Warehouse on Sinf StrMt
(Next to E. O. Hall Sea'. Store), dsrlas tha
erection of their.
FIRE-PROOF STORE ON FORT ST.
We still bava on hand, and oAr for sala
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
1 Hoard and Baitena.
Torued Jj Gronrsd,
Posts, Shingles, SeaaUlns, Boards
HI Battens, Surfaced. Board. A Plank
Rustic aldlnr. Clajbosrds, Latllca
Tonjrued ancf Oroorcd, Ac-, .
Eastern Pme. Ash, Port Orf ord Cedar.
Oak, Ahita Wood, Black Walnnl
Boiled and Kaw Unseed Oil, White TVfr1.
And nl'lue Aaaortmecit f
Tnrpentine and Yamishea of all kinds,
White Zino Can Faints, both in Chiang Drjj
Wall Papers and Brnshea of all kind.
Also, Kails and a Complete Assorunent of
v aun.Tia OF
L. A.4 Andrews' Saw Mill at Xakaww
We are able to supply on short notice,
yr fk A Boards, Scantling and Plmfc,
V n Or Yokes, Felloes, 4c, 4c, 4c
THEO. H. DAYIES
- eFFKHH TOR SALK
CITY OF XA)gID ,VNB 01EWX,
Conjlitinj ot the oaca ajsortaient of
DRY G0OD6 & CXOTHHra
Gatvaaized and Fenca Wae,
Poelaed Cement (White's),
Fife Brides. Blu XoUIed Soap,
Beat Welch Staira Coal,
Galvanised Iron Ware, SaOerr,
3 pair Hirrkes, Tait A. Wataoa's Ca&trif agate,
Wiaaa, Iaqsori, 4c ic Ac
To Arrive pt'r LIZZIE IIUUXX
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