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13 seat MoaJi .
A iii-di battle pt cp o tie esmadb f or the
eoerenieace of Foster C.3 Btoantrs.
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bsy'ana 3ur xxsts en soomrt the lieavy
As vsa to jjreastherois aOitJsBS of e stjamer
OtoVr Xi,aowlnBytloe Innalau Fran-
3Ei. 2. Matt Smith aaa JXr. J. Bprccicis,
vSesas lamSv have arrived by the ihoooer J.
iBrasiSoejerprolosaoaalt, there sirn ta be a
pani jurymsn, ol tojig
"TSwwTbiisr ssrepcstcJ to be aelrly ready
$preIaEHsaofisbactl8 days xoorej expected
TbBBBSTiirt wasia f cllswian
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9aoad Teiralf the stores opcafil after W.
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la tooetsg: that v wrj oonrcresvi almost.)
WBtaiathSeiJe3fiVrfar taking our
Tbe iad and the waits wict rocxd
Ft melody and causing the
Vi fctca Htat eentleman,
U Cbristaiaison.has presented
AiS:3ai2alcl: Wowing during
tJrinciag &tHueat BhoJ of
n iast Jew &!.
Tfa. office mxsot Rrfang Uangs
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gjggg hut it chief pnu re
the It "Works,
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w; saybrraehBS,a4ere and
aTgedlswfecupatsmg that locality.
aBowca "to clear
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CSitiMso liagnige. In tho sftomoon nt 3 o'clock
Bhoc wffl. be mcricea of reoognitjon in the English
"WeeKp tho following bom flie San Jiwutouu
CSroHfcie ot December' 1st: TCbero wBre"he
wweBof Baell-pox icnotted to tie Boanl of Health
oftee yesterday, r.ll of 'wiaeh were rcriSed. Xefm
Joy, colored, of So. ElS Pacific street, 38 yes
ae, vfco was Utenick on Thanti"giTingI)7 ud
remored to tlio liospiUil,lis died." -
Yesterday, when off ivoko Head, o man Banwd
KilUam Johnson, a Girede, was washed off the
bows of the J. D. SprtckeU. A life-buoy w"
thrown to Iiini and the rfsto put abont, bt he Mmc
ssddenlr, before he conld reach the bcoy. R. is
FDpposed lio was seized bya shark-. Johnson ins
a steady man, who had saved all his wages with
-view to bringing his caldres ta
The Jamtt retnrned from Kansl without
having been able to effect a landing. She had
oner one hendred Chinamen, on board, who, we
understand, wished to landin Honolulu to spend
Sunday. Of course they were not allowed to do
so. Had they been, what a fine tine the acenU
would hare bad in looking them n- The Jamtt
ilalre left for Kanai again between 9 and 10 a. M.
on Sunday morning.
Christmas-tide serrioes hare been held by most
of the churches. At the JEiiisoppal church there
was a considerable congregation. A new set cf
chicts and An &nthemJfeamposed by the organist,
Jlr. Taylor, were sung by the choir. The composition
did credit to Mr. Taylor, and the choir performed
their part well, but we think that on, a
festival like Christmas, old familiar chants and
hymns ought to be chosen. Christmas is a season
which awakes old memories and we would have
liked to hear more of the hymns of our childhood.
Foluiwzso is a list of theofScersof Lodge Le
Progres de rOceanie, Ko. 124, A. F. A. 1L,
installed last Monday -evening. December 27th:
AV. S. W., T.J. Higgins; J. IV.,
John A. Spear; Secretary, J. II. Oat,Jr; Orator,
John 8. 'Walker. Those invited to attend the ceremony
ore requested to be present before 8 p. M as
the installauon will begin promptly at that hour.
The same evening Hawaiian Lodge Ko.,21, F. &
also installed its officers for tho ensuing
year, after which a (social, composed of invited
gne$j and the brethren present had a pleasant
evening, varied by singing and dancing.
Mr. W. H. Bickard, Manager of the Honokaa
Plantation, Hamakua, Hawaii, on the afternoon of
Friday the l'thinst, was riding towards the (wire
cabie landing, with letters, efcc to go by tho
schooner KautkeaoU which was about leaving the
landing at the time, and when within 150 "yards
from the cliff, which stands abou 160 feet in
height from the sea, his horse took the bit and
M lUUII llll UUUUUMUlUUtU SAIA 1IU1WUO
the stirrups of his saddle, nd throw himself clear
lrom his horse, which he did when about 70 yards
from the edge of the cliff, air. 11. was badly
braised and shaken up, but no bones broken, and
is now recovering favorably. By throwing himself
off ho changed the course of the horse which
turned before reaching the cliff.
.The Strangers' Friend Society does a great deal
of excellent work, and with the increasing number
of foreigners who now come to our shores by the
steaniera, there is a great drain on the funds of
the society. Mrs. S. C. Damon, Mrs. C. B. Bishop,
and Mrs. S. E. Bishop will be glad to receive
to assist in carrying on their work of
charity. Vie have no doubt but the appeal will be
liberally met. Our citizens are proverbial for their
kindness in these matters.
In connection with tho above, it might be well
if the Government would take some action in preventing
the landing of waifs upon our shores who
have neither money nor health wherewith to earn
& livelihood. Our citizens certainly ought not to
have to ecmort, during the last few weeks of their
existence, the useless and worn humanity which
California sends down to cs.
Foirr smrxr Cmmcn Picitst: Szstick. It was
our pleasure i&d privilege to attend the Christmas
Praise Service, held in tho Fort street Church last
Sabbath evening. The opening anthem "Sing
unto the lord" was really rendered by a full
choir of voios. In a few chosen words the Pastor
onered his Christmas greeting to the strangers in
our midst and to all. The Gloria in ExctUit from
the xir Mass and "Hark, AVhat Means Those Holy
Voices," by the choir, were both fine. But the
vocal gem of the evening was the quartette "O
Paradise," sung without the organ accompaniment.
Seldom in any church have we heard anything
more sweet or anytliing more beautifully
rendered. The Fort Street Church is to be congratulated
upon the Jnusical treats that are there
to be enjoyed every Sabbath. Seldom can better
mesic be heard in any church. Will not tho choir
f aver ns again with that exquisite quintette which
they gave us a few Sabbaths ago ? One word more
in acknowledgement of the fine music that accompanied
us as we left the church. It was a fitting
close to such an evening of praise.
On Monday evening the California Theater
Company gave "Naval Engagements," a light
little comedy, and the "Wandering MinsTel,"
a gereaunnc farce. In the former. Miss Eliza
long, Mr. Crosbie and Mr. Wells sustained the
principal parts, and the acting of tho two gentlemen
was roallv very trood. Mr. Crosbie surprised
us as the Admiral. His make-up was capital. We
would also praise Miss Ella Allen, who is certainly
improving in her acting since she came down;
though she still loses Bomb points of expression,
especially in quiet parts. Mr. Francoeur made a
verv good Servant. The farce which followed was
really excruciatingly funny ; but we must criticize
this company for thinking it necessary to introduce
so much vulgar " gag" into their after-pieces.
Mr. Crosbie is the greatest offender in th respect.
This kind of thing may please a certain section
and that a very young and very small section of
the audience but the bulk of both pit and boxes
do not like it. These little things are easily
altered, and it is a pity to mar such excellent
acting as that of Mr. Crosbie by tsuch a blemish.
'When we went down town on Sunday morning
wevere surprised to hear that another case of
small-pox was reported. Wo had hoped that all
fear of infection was over: still more were we
surmised when we found that the case was not
onsof contagion from tho people who cirao down
in the Aii'lnilia, but was n case imported by the
Cottaadrn. That ship had reported a clean bill of
health when boarded by the pilot, had been considerable
time at sea, quite long enough to develop
thediseasa and had been moreover lying a week
in the harbor. A case of however had
broken out on board and the captain and officers
of the ship state they knew nothing about it.
This wo endtrsiand is quite possible, ns tho boy
who was sick states that as soon as he was taken
ill he was carried to the doctor's cabin and there
kept locked up. He was first taken "by fever on
XotcmberSrd, December Cth the disease declared
itself and spots came out. On his arrival here he
was already getting better. On December 22nd,
sometime during the night, he was brought on
shore and taken to a house in Kuuanu street. Ho
remained there till Christmas Day when in consequence
of information given to the policq hJ
was arrested, and with his father taken tohe
on the reef. -,''
Some time during tho night of Tuesday, the 21st
ixutant, a murder wis committed at Kamoiliili,
near Waikiki. Mr. Dayton and a coroner's jury
cliated the following facts: A native woman
named Kapela rctumea to ncr name nooai t.
o'clock in the evening, bringing with her a bundle
; this she put into her house and immediately
Went 9H J0"" ulu uuuau ui it utriuirv uu
basd, Samuel Smith, opeuod the package, and
spealdng to a native Uma .), who was present,"
wondered where Kapcla had obtained the iKpney
a conversation which followed lima mentioned
that a neighbor was dead; "Ah," said he, "that
is a death without distinction "; Uma asked him
what he considered a death without distinction:
he replied, "Death by hanging"; on tho return of
Kapda a quarrel arose and was continued till
about 10 o'clock, when a man named Hcanu
left the house ; Kapela was then making up a bed
a the floor for herself ; two little girls, Emma and
Annie, adopted children of Smith, state that
Smith and Kapcla were quarreling when they
went to sleep; at some time during the night
Smith awoke the two little girls, told them to stay
in the house, and said he was goinft away to take
pi or little, things sat on chairs till day daVrn, when
thpv aroused the neighbors. The evukmco of Dr.
waa .that having examined .the body of
mom. said to be Kaoela. had found a scaln
left sisfc; there had been extensive hemorrhage
from tho tell ear j there were no other marks or
inluries:1 Sat iron, which was produced, fitted
iXoe wound; the considered that Uio woman was
lying- down when struck ; the iron had blood on
it: it wofend was, in his oranion. cafficient to
-cause death. The
with these facts. '
Tun body of Smith, the murderer, was found
lying oa the beach under Diamond Head. It is
cupposqa inai ns wrew imseir os xne neaaiana.
A rcr.rd of $50 had bn Bercdby the police
for his captroif alive, or, identifies-
LAWKS, Ht AXABT
SriTABI.KrHR.TWM triliout board, by the week
or month. In the vicinity ot Wallii.i3
S QAZKTflE OFFICF.
Jk jpttts take AcfaowlagHy ist Labor
f3 CMtiacti fer tafafiacta.
'b 0 BR.R.W.'1CAKRBK.
Jfa.y l rM Jt-tm cuqlcX.
Ell Qc TOtHTert Street, Hoaoinlo. ly
JPa mtminl am. maxcL Sttrieon
atlcntiea siren t dtEoasw of the throat
uaxn. U1BC curoeroi nwrnwum kvewxi.
CtUt. GEIWtX, I
x received a I
FB, Mm Lailea 1
It trill surprise many Engliahmen, eaysla correspondent
of the SI. Jam OanlU, to hear thai
the French themselves do not know what is, the
origin o?. their presetit lisr&ial colon. Although
Ike rage for the at Hi hiaht
sUhourh. aearftf and bomteta. aim even
sd etores, hare been made in hues
mi fxwsumm mjm jwmmictti win v xCTiiniim ouu a,
matter of doubt wfcst is the historie meaning of
the emblem of BwJtBluiation. It is to be feared
that all the ingenious theories which represent J.
as typifying die three estates kre'Aevokl of any
fotmdatioB, and that accident rather than design
had moet to do with ihe aooeaytimee by, the people
of the famous tri-color. It seesa that befure the
Eovolution the idea of a national Jag hardly existed.
Secretary Sherman has filed and ratSexed every
letter he has received for forty years." The most
valuable part of the mass an Aose received from
his brother, the GeicraL 1ST-Washing tori,
says: The. two brothers
from the time they were little boys, and John has
every letter that ' Cumpy' ever wrote to him. They
number thousands, and make three huge volumes.
What history is here 1 The boys hare always corresponded
as conscientiously as sweethearts. What
a feast it would bo to get at tho letters written daring
the war. Some of them, written before and
some after great movements and battles, cover
forty pages of letter paper. These letters were
written from every place under the sun, from
school, from West Point, from tho plains, from
California, from abroad, from headquarters in tho
saddle, in camp, on drum-heads, and from everv
place a soldier is likely to bo written too, with
all tho honest outpourings of an anxious or a joyful
heart, not for the public, but for a second
feelf." - '
An innkeeper at Tjowsville, IT. Y., asserts that
about Iten Tears ago Dr. Tanner, then a student,
took rooms at the inn, saying that he was not feeling
well, and would not eat. The strange guest
was carefully watched, for no ono believed that ho
would hold out for a week without eating anything.
Tanner kept his room very closely and appeared
to pass much of his time reading. When
he went out it was the custom of some one connected
with the inn to enter the room to see if the
eccentric fellow was not feeding himself. Not a
trace of anything to eat was ever found about him,
and during the week he never entered the dining-room.
He appeared to be a genial, companionable
nort of a man, and one day he went to ride with
the landlord, to whom ho said that this was the
way he had of curing himself when anything was
the matter. During his stay he was ery quiet,
scarcely making an acquaintance outside of the
inn. At the end of tho week he paid his bill, remarking
that ho guessed ho was well now, and
went away as though nothing unusual had happened.
PROGRAMME FOR THE WECK OF PRAYER
Scxdat, JannaiyS fcenaons Hch. 13:8.
3IoMUT. January and Thanksgiving for all
blesing r. 110:17.
TczsDar. January 4 Hnmlllatlon for personal and national
sins Dan.S:8, 9.
WznissDAT, Jatnary 5 Prayer fo. the Church of Christ
that it mj be fruttfal and united Ephes.5:27.
TucnsDAT, January 6 Prayer for the young and their
lnstrnetort: for parents, colleges, and Sunday schools
January 6 Prayer for all nations and rulers,
for unlrersal liberty, and for cessation of all wars
Satueuat, January 8 Prayer for Christian Mission,
and all engaged In promoting them Numbers 11:21.
StrxDAT, January 3 Sermons Luke 11 :1T.
By order of Board of Haw. Evangelical Association.
A. O. FOBBEH, Corrcspondlns Secretary.
OWIXGTO TIIK inCRBANRD
of horse-shoeing and advance
n horse feed, also the Government
t regulation for hordes enea?ed In
lng to o In a slow walk, the undersigned Is compelled
to increase the rates of dniying tp 3TV4 cents per ton for
general merchandise, coal, wood, lumber. Iron, bricks,
&, to be charged according to agreement.
C. P. WARD.
January 1, 1681. 8X1 18 St
a XX 33
HAWAIIAN ALMANAC & ANNUAL
Wl 11 be ready for general delivery
THISDAY'AT IO O'CLOCK A.M.
833 It THOS. 0. TiqnjM. Publisher.
THE UNDERSIGNED nX"VtNG
been appointed Executor of the will of pncne It
Snurln, of Honolulu, deceased, requests all parties Indebted
to the said deceased to make immediate payment;
and all parties having claims against the said
deceased to present the same to the undersigned within
six months from this date, or they will ho forever
barred. W. L. WILCOX,
Executor of the Will of Eocene It Saurin, deceased.
Honolulu. December 2Sth. 1B8D. 8r ivt
THE UKDEnSIGlSTED HAVING
been appointed by the Court as Administrator of
the estate cf J. C. Wood, deceased, requests all parties
Indebted to the estate to make Immediate payment;
and all parties having claims against the said estate to
present tho same to the undersigned within six months
from this date, or they will be forever barred
Administrator of the Estate of J. C. Wood, deceased.
Honolulu, Decejnbcr SSth, 1880. 83 4w
TK THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE
JL of KAIAIKAWAUA, late of Walalna, Oahn, Deceased.
In Probate. Chief Juctico Harris.
sell at public auction, at the front door of Aillolanl
iiaie, on ine
22(1 Day of January, A. D. 1881
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOO.V,
all the right, title and Interest ot the said Ealaikawaha
of, in and to the following Real Estate, viz:
LOT KO.l, Situated In Kamananul, Walalna, Oahn.
and containing 5 acres, more particularly described in
Koyal Patent No. 103D.
LOT So. 2, Sltuatedln Kamananul, Walalna, Oahn,
containing 3 8.V100 acres, and more particularly described
in Koyal Patent, Ko. CUT.
r,OT NO. S Situated In Kamananul, Walalna,
Oahn, and containing 183.VKX) acres, and more particularly
described In Royal Patent, No. 1U30.
IiOtKI). 4, Situated in said Kamananul, containing
54 acres of Kalo land, more particularly described in
Royal Patent No. 4$).
LOT SO. 5, Apana 1. of Royal Patent No. 1337.
In said Kamananoi, and containing 3 61-100 acres of
.LOTHO.B, Apana S, cf said Royal Patent, containing
S'i acres grazing land. t
LOT SO. T, tho Land described In Royal
Patent, No. 17W in said Kamananul, and containing 97
acres of grazing land.
LOT NO. 8, Bflns Apana 1, of Royol Patent, No.
1838, containing 20 acres of cans land. ,
LOT SO. O. Apana !, of said Royal Patent, containing
70 10-100 acrea Kalo land.
LOT SO. 10, Apana 3, of said Royal Patent, containing
5 tilOO acres Kalo land.
For further Information, apply to the undersigned.
The terms of thi sale are cash, and the deeds, at the
expense of the purchaser.
W. L. WILCOX,
Commissioner to tell (he Real Estate, of
B33 4t - Kaialkawaha. deceased.
OIT y JkT a TE JK i"3?.
OWEN J. HOLT, Proprietor.
Tho choicest of Beef, Mutton, Lamb, and Veal, always
on hand. The Beef In this Market is from the celebrated
herds of James Campbell, Uonouliuli. Poultiy and
Game to order. 833
House and Lot For Sale
DJ1.i)lJJ1j JJiJL JVWAIj ATI JL
aboutOnc Acre of Land, situated on Punch sjHF
Bowl btrect. adlolninc the Lots of Mesara. i
James Campbell and A. n . licsb
For particulars, enquire ot C. P. WARD
HAMS! HAMS! HAMS!
For Sale at Low Rates in quantities to suit, by
CASTLE & COOK.E.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
JL been appointed by the Court as Administrator ot
the Estate of Charles Lonf, deceased, request all part-,
lea tndeuled to the Estate, to make Immediate dpaymen
and all parties hiving claim against the said Estate to
present them forMttlemeut to the undersign withlnst
six moutai froa date or they will bo forever brred.
F. A. 8CIIABFER,
Administrator ot the estate of Cms. Loire, deceased
lIoaalnln.Kovember let, HSP.. 837 It 3m
lLii?i?T NEW TEAR IS C0MIKG
- ALL IN WAST OF A GOOD FAT
Will do well to leaie their orders, early at the
CITY MARKET, NiIUAMU ST.,
Where they will be prorsplly supplied.
ALSO, FDT1 TATVmy FOE CHSI8TMAJ
Which will tempt the appetite of the epicure.
QWEN J. HOLT, Pioprichar,
it! B. The choicest ot Beef, Mutton, Teal, &c, also
en hand, u 851
Laiies' Strangers' Friend Society.
SO rBEOTTEM' hae been hie
calls T law upon the funds at this Society, tkatthe
Managws, at the ntytgeMion of some of the prominent
bualncs me f tJwiomaaity, make en appeal to the
public for roaA WJUU9COOB
ireaswry o hml warn One genii imn propose, to
nyessBj aantsany, r$tpamommi another, tit
K Tics etMMiased, anbtcriptlea paper will
cirCBlUaa. sad It ta honed a nneruna restosa will
Betnten. rmniuiaajtwioprarteatojarr. S.U.Daaraa.
Ptlteit(Jti.C.tSlataVcPreiidet,or: B. Blafans.lrrc.iiim. AW&crtiTtioa naoer win atlmtt
at . SMI MMUBar GBCUflBM. BBOBS
DILLINGHAM & CO.
HAf?ir JIIST EECHTED
Sx "Amy Turner" aa4 "MohtcaB," asd ky Ball fron
New Tork via San Francisco
Direct From ike Xaaafacturers !
Invoices qfj"M0LINB LOWSj
nise extra strong, specially for iiHJ?..
sorted, abea. Ertra parts constyhy'r J!
f 1 GLLIK SULKEYPLOV; "A
Jowett's Water Filters & Coolers;
Jewett's Coolers, Jewett's Befrlgerators,
Zero Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers,
HyglenhfWater Flltera (mt Ice required).
Difistoa's Sawe, Hand Saws,
One Han Saws, M to t feet: Buck Saws,
Great American Cross-cut Saw,4K to 7 ft ;
Saw Bucks, Saw Handles.'
Mnjdolo & Cheney's Hammers,
Blacksmltut Sledges, Coopers and Masons'
Carpet and Upholsterer's Tacks,
"Pjftnata' and-Globa" florae Nails, Cut
Nails, Galvanized Nails,-Wrought Nails,
I5gb.t Pattern Horse ShoaL
Ohio Grindstones, Ff rally Grind-I
stones. Grindstone Fixtures. I
Hunt & Day's Axes, HatchetF,
I Mattocks, Rice, Garden and Planter's
l. Hoes, Manure and nay Forks (S to S tinea),
Picks and Plotc Mattocks.
Kinsley's Axles, Seatand Carriage
Springs, Wh'.ffictrces, slnfle and double.
Bush and Grass Scythes and
Snaths, Sandusky Planes and Flanelrons,
Coe's Genuine Wrenches, Anvils, Vises
Anvils and Vises combined.
Planters' Hoo Handles, Hickory
Pick, Sledge, Axe and Hammer Handles,
Rake and Chisel nandlcs.
Shovels and Spades, (long and D
handled), Sanderson's Steel Scoops, Boys'
Spades a fall assortment direct from the
Harrows, Road Scrapers, Hay
Cutters, Scales, Lawn Mowers, Clothes
Wringers, Wheelbarrows, Portable Forges,
Hand and Blacksmiths' Bellows.
Hingham Buckets, Step Ladders, I
Wooden Trays. Clothespins, Washboards, I
Wool and Horse Cards, Currj! and Jtanel
Shaker Socket Btooms, Rattan
Yard Brooms, Mops and Mop Sticks.
Bed Screws and Bed Keys, Eaglo
Carriage Bolts, Bolt Ends, Bolts,
Square and Hcxajjon Nuts, Washers.
Standard Rubber Hose, 3 and 4
ply, Carbollzed Rubber Hose, S and 4 ply.
POWDER, SHOT AND CAPS.j
Candlo & Kerosene Wick, Lamps,
Chandeliers, Lanterns, Chimneys, Burn ers
and Fixtures, Kerosene Oil Stoves, Wrapping
Twine, Tumblers, Fish Globes,
Toilet Sets, Charaher Pails,
pidores. Trays, Child's Trays, Cash and
Lunch Boxes, Cake Boxes, Spice Boies
Pieced Pans, Cake Pans, Bread Pans, Dish
Pans, Rinsing Pans, Cullenders, Milk
Strainers, 'Efs Whips, Egg Poachers,
Fnnnels, Seines, Skimmers, Jelly Moulds.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
FULL LINES OF
House Furnishing- Goods,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Turpentine, Ac, &c, &c.
The Bain 'Wagon,
Cortland Wagon Company,
Hallidio's Barbed Wiro and Staples,
Hallidio's Patent Wiro Rope,
Averill's Chemical' Paints,
California Wiro Work,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Albany Cylindor Oil.
621 37 Fort S trceU Ifonolnln,
tsto E3 :rcr isr E3
Should be without the far-famed
American Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand arc now In use.
Is the only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
That can be relied upon,
AMD IS WABRaKTED
All that Is Claimed For It.
VA certain number of drops per
EjbSiV mlnnta or ner hour fvlKlblA in
the rye), will keepyonrCylinder
lubricated continuously, (The
old style of enps do not feed
It will pay for itself In fuel
every two months; In oil every
seren to ten months; In wear,
packing; and labocjivery four
Thc? above, alselfcops for
Shaft Bearings. Hahder Oil
and Lubricating ConHund may
he had of the AVrntt ,
883 63 m
THE ME3BEIIS COMFEISING
thcKekaba Snsr Company, located at Kekaha,
Wclmta, Kanal, are Cartlsenhers, Otlo Isenberg, W.
Bmle, Geo. N. Wilcox. A. S. Wilcox; S. W. Wilcox asd
Paul Isenberz, all rcsldlnz Ira the Island of Kauai.
SJ0 at ' KEKAHA SUGAR COMPANY.
Alili PEIXSONS AKE
probibltrd from heniice turkeys, coats, or other
canq oii any part of fay Maul Sheep Ranch, or from
trespassing oh jsald premises with uoga or suns. Al
offenders -ill be prosisfcted to the full extent or the law
S813r C.H. ALEXANDER.
pinBEKTS AUTOKATIC STEAK
HO1T0LTJLTJ HON WORKS CO
1U lttitai attparatasl oils the' cyHnder ccartenUy and
pemitgalittleonisnedthataMring of oil and
Pifit Siae,$43.Half Piat Siac, $30.
Direct' froniBoston and Newltedforri
Ex bark Any Turner, we have nceived
CTTe BUCK XWt. 1 Tit 1SJ. CttTTSir
8 ply." New Bedford XaofcVConssce,j4ae from IV to
E inch. Siaal Bope, f, 9 and thiwi. Sprayarn,
X yam a 2 Tarn.. oaaeflK ScMaa, CKS aad IS
thread. SAJtft AUi oat dw f. ..TTln aSjg.i
All of which will he soM aa low aacaa btaoarhtfe
tbl.I an, is BOLLXS A CO.
an ju - - BOLUtCO.
$f h; &tbfrtistmtnis.
Tfi OS. G THBUJHLj
STATIONER, NEWS AGENT
Merchant Street, and Dealer la
Fine iSfatiffisry, Books, Faiwy Coots
Fort Street (Brewer's
Received for each Derailment every month, and
Special Orders attended to with promptness.
The Bindery Department
Is the only Complete Establishment with all needed
Machinery and Comoetent Workmen In the city, to attend
to all work froa Pamphlet to Presentation Book
AT HAND Tins WEEK, A FINE
Assortment of Picture Mouldings,
Statuary, Painted and Chromo Panels,
Frames, Mats, Easels and other Art Goods,
Velocipedes, Bicycles, Oak Wagons, 4c Ac
Which will be opened np"at the " " '
8173m FORT STREET STORE.
E. 0. HALL & SON
RECEIVED BY THE'DISCOYERY'
A Full Lino of those Unexcelled
" ECalX Steel DPlo'ocrjs"
Made"to order by the MOLINE PLOW CO., Nos.
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, li,13 and 11. Also, a few of thef
HAUL FUKJROW PLOWiS,.
Thcso Flows are acknowledged by all who have
used them to be stronger and better than any other
kinds in the market. We have also a f ol assortment
of Flow Handles.
op all kinds:
Hall's 1 and 15 inch Steel Breakers, 14 inch Kola
STEEL SIDE HILL PLOWS
Extra Points for all the above plows
constantly on hand.
Expected soon by the "Amy Turner" from Boston,
and tho "Mohimn" from New Tork, a full
assortment of Goods in our line.
We keep Constantly on Hand
A very full line of English and American
ALSO, CALIFOHNIA LEATHER.
Wo deal in Black Blasting Powder, Hercules and
Giant Powder, and Sporting Powder of nil kinds,
imported direct from tho California Powder Works
A VERY' EIHE ASSORTMENT
Cook Stoves and Ranges
Soon expected. Also, Silver-plated Ware for
CimiSTMAS AND WEDMJfG PBESEKTS
? Orders for Plantation Goods from tho other
Islands, or by TELEPHONE, will be filled with
MBS. D. B. GEIFFIN,
NO. 103 FORT STREET,
Formerly occupied by tho late Mra, Black, bejs to la
form tbe ladles of Honolulu, aiid of the adjacent.
Itlnds, that, cbe will keep con slant It
tot sale a splendid and most
Hats Trimmed in the Latest Styles
And executed in the most
Brilliant and Delicate Nicety of the Art
8he leaves a standing order with her agents to con
F0BWABD HER BY THE STEAMERS
LATEST & MOST ADVANCED STYLES
la tbe Ar.r Hlllluery.
Notwithstanding tho extra expense of eettin? Goods
to this Kingdom, 1IEB, C IIAKGES WILL BE AS MODERATE
aa those of the Milliners on the Coast,
She will also keep a Selact Stock
OP LADIES' AND CHILDEEN'S
JiEJDi: MADE CLOTHING.
H M CElESfWTED IfJI
There Is no civilized nation In the Westers
which the utllltr of Tlostetter's fitcmach BH-
n as a tonic, corrective, and medicine. I
ot Known ana appreciated. While it is a medicine Jar
all seatons and all climates, it Is especially tutted te the
comnlalnta uencrated uy in weaiser. beiBK the pwset
and best vesetaMs stimulant in the world.
7or sals hv all Druasiata and Dealers zeaerallr.
For Sale br - KEDISGTON"ACO,
19U San Francisco Cal.U. 8.A.
KHf G STREET,
ris" abditiqk: io his xabge
X and varied assortment of
Has reeeatly added an i
rT'ti hla UWIhenf, whan may ijfoud
A SOT1M0X ASfWiTMBHT OF 0OPTOW
And CaakHs. of the haat material and workmnanra.
Mr. Hep. wiKhortir h4 receipt of a XsarfNarne
nrwiii nvroswao at mwdarate rate. a--
FiaeiOWiBLE DRE8S IAKIMG I
Snshaa to infona the ladles of erafaifai that ihafcat
KMveaad a uuidrcn anl Ladlta' YjahtosuM. Drea
Xakiax departiaat 1b the etx of her tlllBay Mora
108 Fort 8treet. Dreaaca trrnuaed ia the ltint afednoat
pHovedatrte.' a - gttJ
Goloea 0at9 Xxtca Itmilj ttemr.
ill Kid f I ft ft? 8 KHXKS tU.
r s. siAiwir.
iij '' '. " "
VtkSm ;S a.y.
Wedned, lecmlm Z
as T&RmW, dy goods
fooHrit and Atnrtralka tfcdfte.
CAsJlee Iai of Otuutlm forlt'ti
Califorala Jam, Table ftwlt. Lsnreh T
Superior Oyatera, Sabnotu Head Casut,
Samaie TIMX. Lobten.CoriMd Tttrnt.
9m iHos,,9re Paw aa4 Cosm,
Ar oraa jainc an boos
Boom of CiibhIm, SosaafSjsjljsjCMt
lhs oT .Con, SapariorHM
Sr 9rtr f OUwUr titmml t
M Hm of ChlB Pllla.
39 rsnm of Ctthw Butt u.s. .'
7 PssksiM oS CMa. Tk Tmmrtm ;
IS Jan nl Chteeae SwswImo:
H Japaseae Dirks.
ILi'ot of !
tf Hair Cltti 9of; Chain, Wnw.ltaf, CwMtJ)
Bsjjt of Cere, Wheat, etc.
AT M O-CLOOK, KOOK,
MEW 'S 8 ALB I
S ' OJT
Thar&day AfteraotiB, iMtakw M,
Mi e'etoak, wW he Oil
A LOT 6F TOYSI
Delia. Tbt Watehw. Maalaal 1
Lot of Plated Ware aed other Fascy Arttclea.
Friday, December 3 ! , J 880,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M
In tho yard on Merchant St. adjolulBK Lowjoj! Uo's
Store, the undersigned Is laetrctKtedbiF.A.
Schceter, Eq, AdmtoMnter of Mm
estate of Chat. Loug, daceasod,
TO SELL AT PU1LIC AUCTI01T
One Cow and Heifer,
Three Ox Carts,
One Donbla Harness,
Two Single Harness,
Six Ox Yokea and Bows,
Twelve Ox Chains.
Xuot of Fence "Wire.'
C. S. BAKTOW, Aaefr.
TUESDAY, JANUARY lik, 1881,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A M.,
By order of Mr. WM.LE YT, I will sell at public asctloa
at the Pony Stables,
Fine Imported Horses,
Broken to single or double harness or Saddle.
Open and Tep Bsg'eSj
Ono Qood Top ramily Carriage
One Set of Double and Sinqte ilafheas.
0. a BABTOW, Anefr.
MULES AND HORSES.
OKIIUKS WJLL BK RECEIVES BT
Ihe underslgued fat the purchase ot Mules and
w9P Horses, ana perioral attention giren oy a person
In San Francisco to;Jectins and
chasuig tbe tame accenting to order ren.
OSE CeTTASE lIAXe, A 3eB
mfn - a a. babtow.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as aa IaTostateat.
Kented to wwd tenants for a ions period. Bulldlnea In
good repair ana pleasantly located.
J. H. BRUNS, JR.,
All Mil 0! IH,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES!
AXWATS GIT HANB, A5B
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORTEST HOTiCE
THE rUKHITURI IS
ii OaCAde Tzty V&eidlx&ax&ary
And of the
BEST SEASONED STUFF,
No Pains will be Spared
SATISFACTION TO HIS COITOMIU
Cofflna Arway on Hand.
761 jslrCALL AMU ly
H. KaekJeM In tin Hmw.tiHn tihwig
TA Bknf XiH, SaUr4ay. Jamtar 17, im,
rtin, lis, j, l
Ranofort intka Exbibition.
, IatrBavWoafUe of .the
(STY.) In caanacHoa wish thoan tt the n miurn
Cosri. w wrc l a to do aaotc thaafo
JF1LU, of BarUa, aa that t
Ha waa erroaaaua. Siaee wrltluj that notice, tha
Sydney aft, Jfesare. Babo&c. Feci Cow mtm jw
Maaopaortasity of aoehjthelotrou,of wfckk
for are exhibited InMaad of two, m feraierly sut4.
Ta S1a ! iShtaad of fall eonnaaa. 7W octavaa
ovantnocan aooaatical aUI tarn ta .aoatka, h
hupxovaiarauariaculled; thalBOnowat ia cased la
walnut, of toe Uaesn4fht :;&. aM setae la add)-
tloubyfar the BMt priceworthy 6fht to tfea
most ready maraeu
Ma. X ta an Bprlaht with boa
rune, w ell anisnen, ana eaaedia a
frame ia ns Limit Ooatono atyle.
rimz riAt ntftac. ' . -- alnaler - . la .. uurea tenor. bat with r
ia tbafatamal mraaian. saw.. a . . aa . uiaiauascr -
Bavtai iharoajkVy asassJneo. it watfcsaaaaklp aast
cmatraeaoa, aad tasted locilaad taaca, waara aUn to
apaak with coosUeuce on auriu of 2haae
Jaatrsrmeata, eapcciallr whea we opaipare
wHhtheM of other eitihlta., an rfow r
aaaiinaeauwesHiRioj ii a iff
, IBhn sr. HACXyBLDA; CO.
ChmvLoBt ! flOBeTfi Bra
LilSili. betweta Swa aad Waiaaac'a 1 flCSIf liTI II
fowltnf piece, made by Braloer, with top acth JVaud 13
aaaaa. aae aaaer wilt pite retara ute nssk ta tKi
nam . ,-ar, .i
PsJWsf (J 1SW JPIP iff 1
- ;" r.l
""it 'l rlsiW'
oii THtmsi at, nmsMsm m
c AttOBraejAM c9te&wB,
o Fancy Coodt .
c AJVIt ' o .,
A Htm alHWGrwmea:
(r JaJR iUK As
SBlSesjrISSfBFT mmmrjmm ,i npw -
" W9' fcl"WpPBsllP"Wsirt'sl iiMiir .-o
bt maim ov mm. map. nsu,
MOWDAT, JAMTJAMT 8, 1881,
wBtk.1 5t XT
TahaWe Piece M Laad
S4tn4s sVsasi MiaHBMIttnw
A ?44 Two StT w
WTfH . t. ,- -rjg: fc
A LW( MMi OsMMNMkfQIR. Mmm,. H
Wet isrifeiC Jaatsestsasja, syljr 1st Tfe
Caen. BpsefnSja; AttaoMQr,
AXJrJtAJ(CICO, i ,
PARTUS SO JOLT
By nillLsHia3a., F.AaAaW.rfc.. mm, a.
baa oar txsoriaalve Canssgaa
Black' Walaut Badroom Seta,
JaUMk Watawt Maltf Claaiav .. "'
Oak Ca Mtt PWii'cWmi
wrWisTtja; fleam1! ww a"e wBeeeaeepi MrSsneeejBj
yucca ioiiEj cevoaM
FatantaA Smamtot 1S '
Has been viatorioaa over ail okhar tmmmmmymm
bollerswlthwWcs.lt aa ha vnmgkt. turn
uon, nota la &aroa aaa .vuwne, roe ta
rears. Endorsed by the StititHIk: Antritmn umm TiQ.ii.a
Jlnglnttrtng everywher aa beiar the
ductor, the most jteaasw, ta aosi
l V-i El
The "Air Spaco" ,iaa aweaasttcat dorlaa. 1W aaa
method of coredag better , ateaaa aa atsjar Jsat yfpsa.
was to smear a coat! an ot plsslsr .saf tfc. haHasa aML
pipes, and direetly ia. eoat with Us hat aaaaaaaaV
Common sinaa teacaea that iny cosapuaarf tarn aasMMr
will soon have the life baraVoat of ft, aa that sK
pansionaHdcoatraellooof thsUl at wWah at ist
afeued, will caaao It to boeen aed .
will, after a time, fall ott Ttaahlaa tab. faaatlaiH m
provea taas ut iiau aaa osaarccaaaaaav sananr u
purpose, whea applied dl-e la h bU mmtttrn
corrodca the boilers ao aa to creathr ralata taisi
TbeAlrSpacesmsaa twrold panes.; asat ki
Tides a stratum ot alt entire arcwadthalMHar. wUsk
is the beat known of haat. hical.'t
provtaei a aarface which It oatirely ladaiaiial 4 ta
boiler surface hook which the cniirtaa asaaMSHs4 '-placed,
and talk surface tlnjt tatmti af wtaa Mk C"
saesh, faroUlwa a SBgnoiit uaaaa at ttomttomar
ot fatteslBR the coataoaad asoaad lis haatar.
Tno wire spools supported at tka spat, a astsaafcne
more from the boilwot hotptpahy aactat atats ttmymt
alnaai fiUKtkaa mjt. thai (La ss mt -" m
wnrvtwvA. av aassa atsisa tmmmamwmmmwmt visapBsaBsai tjc
the boiler or pips aromd wajeh ft ia ptatad w44as.
fecttkesataHte cvreriaf, autaaaa tau saad
saBcieat aunreaaeat wtthoat alaauhlas; tea
inx wire ssd cover.
Bxpcrie aad atactkal Msa haaa .
bevoad a denbt that the fadiaiiasi at haat I
thsa that from a bailer torsredwfsfe assy e,l aslMr
well known boiler eovaritf; coaasaaeatly Hsaa ia a
greater suvlac of faat.
InprKfofwaattoaasdaaaat Um aapartafftv af Mm
Air Space, tae Btinfitt I iriiila .
Dec l.WfT.aadZti salsa Mijianirltij 10, mf. ft
OJCTOWMS, BWaOwaacfacliMi laiia'.
H. HAOKFELO AO,AssW 'j ,
sa-8 v niui".;
NEW DRUC 8TO
KColiljeiiroar . Od
THE ATTENTIOM OF TIE Plti,
TU Tact that taayhaaa
Opened at their Old
DEUO;CHMIOAL,ITI STOfTl, -
V9mmmmmmw fMtelaMMt mA SkliCjSM
i ; IMP
ITli la aarja ot a rsaasaljlsjttst ft Jarga axpsakaw.
UT f isaultMi aarajiafrlidctall rgt of tbt "
Beslralile Eati fropsrt?
a " FOHSiilaE. ;
mmatrtummm asawmxT avtm
M. trMriMt W. D. Ataxsad at MAKAWAO.
for beuUwa, ajJ tocijMyhiwu. Tha prt.ss.jr ta
n aa of abe W frt etiaa ipl
cant oat look with aa rliouie.
79rfaihprtKatjnMraieeT aaasa M ti
0 n ; CAtfTUI HATi JB
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p. - ' i
Ctty Market, Hocotalu, ve tie above rjwardP
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