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Becitess this week Si evict, snd the neithinu
rao.llj sDeorbed in their quarterly accounts, wl
rraUy seems to be the only activity to report, un
thentk past the eontherly weather which nas
vailed has trreatly retarded Inter-Island trade, snd
Tented o;ar coming freely.
The ftetmcT City or Xew Vork, which Jailed
Sn Franctsto on the Hsl nit, arrived here on the
hartn: rnconntered ron-h weather the entire pi'-.
Advices received by her report the Sn Francisco l
Vet a qnlte bare of Island snffars, and price Ann. I
In this trne we present oar readcra with the Collect
Generafe Uble of principal domestic export! for the
4th qnartcr of I at compared with that of 1S7S. It "ill
be noticed that there ia a Eratlfylnj; Increase in oor
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eher. Peter PanL v r.i TaM cu. - t.
lOrpe, and one Chinaman. '
tela. j K Ctrtlt J Tl r.. T. A : 1 v
S".,V,CU'I"',, T 'hnon, J Totten, R BUnchford
E.A" rf r. AO Brown, J Joan, F Enjert, AM,
C w ier and wife.
rojEnreka, per Canle Hiywird, Dec 31 Thomai
For Sin Francif eo, per Mohican, Dec 31 M II FlanU
From VTInilwant Tna t U .I'l T.n o . T
Spencer. E A Barchadt. r -MeDonsat. M D MoniarratU
Johnron. A !-pencer. Jll Wllber, F Wnndfnbere. JW
uimn. w r r.aarraii. An 1J1K, .Mrs w tna. Jttaujo&n.
fon. Mlr E Thompron, CO Johnton. D II llltchcock,
Jr.nTnrton Jr, lion J W Kalna. Hon I. Aholo, J F
nackleld. Mica M Hlldebrand, -Mill L Baldwin. Mitt
Frear, JodgcMakalnaand wefe.
From San Francipco. per Kalakina,Dec 31 Col Sam'l
Jtorrij.Capt Von Schmidt and wife, ill-a S Willlama.
II II iherman, II Friniland-T. Mi-- Ida Mohric. U
Owen, S Ackeraan, C F bmlth. It J Kinc. A F Forne,
uusucnnri, r juunenoro, wamef liropnr. Ktcnara
Bennett, Uobcrt Donovan, Albert McClore, V,' II Foster,
E 21 Suekpole, Ednard Berry. William McCormlck,
Ilm! Donolly, William Henry, Chit Bnckley.Thomaa
lUCarthy, Bobert Crowne.
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lk KaUkaniu all trm ban Fr
Cafsle llarwani Xrom Hambol'
The departnrea were bVtne A Falkinbars and bark
Mohlcao for San Francisco, an tmr City of New York
The hxrtTl C VnmT 4':"
to b fotlowed by the Eury
The Tentels on the bertJri:
are, the J D Spreckeli, L
The Swedish bark He
Ilon'kong this week.
The Omnia ttmr QnCS
haa been delayed await-
San Franeico to-day,
lout the last of the week.
1ms for San Francisco,
mpsoa and Ealakaaa.
will probably sail for
im Hongkong is about
Dec aa-F M S Cltr of SW ley, Seabnry. from S F
3J Am tern Era, Pai from Eureca
3) Am wh bk Thou! I'odc from S F
SI Am ch Casfiie Harvard, Le Eallister from
Tl-tilllr Kalakm'1 J'nte, from San Francisco
Jan 1 Chi Sim llo UT-Z. f elerson. irom an rran
Dec 30 Am bktne J A VlWinborj. Hubbard, for S F
31 V X S City of J'tr xorK, aeauorr, ior iyaney
Jan X Am bk Mohica. "erry, ior nan r ranciscu
1-Am wh Thomai Tope, , for t cruise
4 Am bk D C Mnry. Haven, for San Francisco.
MO O RAND A.
Report of DISS Cy of Xew York, Seabnry, .Master
Sailed from San FrJCHco uecemuer ml r. .
Had a eoccesclon of oaih and eouthet pale, with
heavy teas. DecemW 21th, at 2 a. shipped a tea
which washed overbnl two seamen, Arthur fclmpson
- TV.-U aJttl .i nnnnripr.lM(t! KtnTP Infill
and ensine-room'tlf'; washed away hlp bell and
Yentllator. I)ccrmr 3101, cret line day since leaving
IUport of the ba KalaVana. Jeokt. Master Sailed
e .n vmn- DwfmlMT Cth. with a sonth wind
aud thick fo-. Hi the wind from 8 SE to W SV20
cays, wiui a creai ' " - -w, .
had heavy rale ;in SU'.wiih a very high, confosed
eea. At times otitock, conststlnr of one horse and
evrral cown, wereiearly drowned, llaie had more bad
weather on this tr than in all my voyages on this route.
MDCeleaTlnrlor iwn nave iiau ivuiivuitwiHj;
2V thirty miles erday. The raio have been o heavr
th.i k . ... tm, .1 it firiTntt.lA to Leenonr deck load
dry, tlrin "h coTcd -with canvas. December 2?th, otT
Hawaii, had a ry heavy squall from KU latln? abont
IWOhOBIS. DlC'ea Jl.l on IUCIUIHUIUSUI tuwm.
From thence to ort light baffling aire and calms.
i.MM e .trr nm-hnn- TVtpran. Manter Left San
rranclsco Decnber 2M,"at2rM.wfth Heht SE wind
and heavy rain luring lue day. December Slth, strong
HE wind an rain, with heavy swell; ship rolling
heavily and fe.pinz a jrreat deal of water. December
35th, strong SJ vind, with high, confused sea; steamer
shipping coniLerable water Had similar weather on
the S6tlu De-'-nberSTtu. m3derate S iW wind, fine
clear weather heavy swell from westward. Fine
weather on Sik and s2h. December 30th, moderate h
km- ia -! rain-htarvwell from tt : shlD rolllnz
badly; aurlec away main topmast in the eyea of rig-
riog. raronJic uuh, -' - ;
when chip m Into a heavy awell from northwest,
which causei the veel Ui rull considerably; shipped a
heavr seaj-hleh broke away ice-chest, caboose, etc;
v...-- hnnH V'mm fhnrv la ttort moderate
and fine, ith heavy "awell from westward. Sighted
Uaha at s f January iu. ioutpuuf
RURKE In San Francisco. December 9. lfiffl. LittA
Rraxa, aged Z7 ycar, alttcr of .Mrs. J.Ji.Oat, Jr. of
O'BRIEX In San Franclseo. nre 11. 1SS(Y Jnttv lf
O'llaicx. aged 34 yeara. Deceased had resided in this
city for the past six year, where he bad many friends.
and had recently undertaken the trip to ban Francisco
in the rain hope of Improving his health.
The King left for Maui by the LUtlSx yester
The King returned from Kauai on Saturday
A trash house at llanamaula Plantation, Kauai,
has been burned.
The Amatner Musical Society will meet for
practise on Friday next.
From Ecreka, per Era, December 31it Wider Co:
ITiSil ft limber; S JI UnlM, 13UJ redwood poatl, 1
Fro n Sin Frlnclaco. per Cltr of New York, Decem
berlWth Urinbaum & Co: 10 bllea cottona, 2 ct lnptra-
m-nu. It tt cljrare: Ilyman Bros: 5 c mate: IlaCKtria
&Co: lie" hfrti,2ba!e indocacottonr; llollltcr i
Co: Ibcjperfnniery.Scacirara.SJ c mde; Ilckerine
tr t mi,., w T IUiodea: 2 cbete: Ilenton,
Berrn't 4 Co: L ca draft; T II Diiet: M bu Iron, S
matt rie. "bread, i ct clothing: u Alonj:
4tN Umfarlanit Cos 15 V-n IxtTI lin)2-
lie Speir & Co: 1 ca tndte; A W Kichardton Jt Co: I ca
ahlru. I Ptea: JI SIclnerny; 1 c thlrU.l c candy;
I...... . .1.1 .t.-s idtitnM.tr. bacon. 11 ca butter:
II S Treuloan: - ptV. woolent; J T Waterhontet 18 eta
ral.lna. 15 c md.e: Joho AtUlejr j a cla rope, 1 rVJf'"
Initlloirdof EdneitlontS ct booka ; Le er 4 Diet
too: I c paper hs; l'hllllpi J: Co: 4 ca djart, SO pkp
mdte; Oeo V Wclla: 3 c picture framct, S ca inttra
tnent;T It Fotter: 138 bam and bdlt iron, 60 boiler
. t. V.nl.,r.- (Tutle Sl Cooke: Sea drntrt.8 rolla
ripe. 6 pkst mdte: order: lss tka iirain, 40 qrikt Hour,
il pkca mate; WG Irwin 4 Co: 1 pke treet, 1 hone, 2
pk-rcrockcry; Brewer Co: , 1 J'"1""!:
AWBath: 4pkcthamt.2I ca frnlt, A a mdte, 2 pk
treet: Whitney i Eobertton: 6 pkjt aUUonery: TO
Thrnm: 10 pfcri rtaUonery; A Herbert; 111 hfbbla Ver;
.r.?f.l?i.?7.J!VJ. Hafl Its,
S pkca pilled ware.lc. Ela; O Jfacnrliae 4 ; Co. 9
It boot. andthoe.2 camdte; TephOMtot H bdli
. ill U-rm anntp ST. hi OntOUS. 2
bdls trees, 1W ek potatoes. pkgscraba; J 11 : btyleat Z
cm pUter oosts, 3 bdls piaster pans; 111 fu"-'
t. iu.uknjt- nn. is bis treasure, lpkn; Castle
rw"Tr-.i .ArrtrM.iiTr: nd 631 Dkca mdse to Chinese
From Enreka, perCassle Hayward, Dec -l41J"
la-ser. I.I5ft rough cloak,
&jj rustic JW rancy picfc-ne, u
e,nt.ii a I- household elTcct.
IS "oa';.? "n'a, lV SUGZZi "dry od. 6 bx
i.Kiki. ni.iH. Kl Dte proriatont, 133 ka
corn.tii.kaSatl.S00Biatricc2PSPP';r lot otcAa'
ned protitiona and mate
For Iloo-konc, per Cattandra. December SSth-lllJ
'tZ.' limAtlc nine. S2OT: forelen Ine. f8S7.
For Sydney and Anckland. per City of KT J;
DecVmber fat-Sl lbt pnln. 1 pkfi coin. Domeatic
Tlloe, 31; lorelsn Taiue,
' .r nr-v.,.r Jan 3-41 bra
ror nan rrancipv", ---j. . ..iinw
rice. 13W bin aozir, 19 empty carboya, 2i Uercea ta"o
60bbl.molS,et4 empty lankt
i.,.n Koreiem Tame - - '
For Uonzkonc. per Cattandra, December 2Slb-SI
From San Frandtco, per City of Jewlork .uccem.
ii-L it. . lira i ' """i-." .r
C anai'"v"v""n-. .if- and
Qahu Coliera vill cximmence the Januarr term
on Monday, the 10th inst
All articles prepared for the Chinese Fair may
be left at the store of E. O. Hall & Son.
Wo shall be clad to receive any items of news
from our readers upon the other islands,
Mr. J. M. Monsarrat has recently been appoint
ed a Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
The public schools uill commence their mid
summer term on Monday next, Jan. 10th.
The steamer James Malee lies up this week to
make tome necessary changes in her boiler.
Long passages are the fashion just now; the
bark Kalakaw arrived on Friday, 23 days from
Mr. McKinley has been appointed United States
Consul at this port. Mr. McKinley strange to say
comes from Ohio.
We are indebted to Capt. Peterson, of the steam
er Ho Ch ung, for a file of late San Francisco papers,
and memoranda of Toyage.
The steamer Lil-tlilt arrived Sunday night last
from Windward, having encountered very rough
weather nearly the entire trip.
We publish to-day a communication upon methods
of economising labor, which is suggestive and
worth the attention of our planters.
By the City oXeic York we notice the arrival of
several old residents. Mrs. Harris, Mr. S. G.
Wilder, Mr. Davies, Mr. Ilyman and others.
Oh ye tears! Oh ye tears 1 The Adrtrtitcr poet
thinks it very hard that when he believed in our
tears we wont beliove in his. Well, it is hard j we
are quite sorry for the poetical one's feelings.
Last evening n horse with a rider on his back,
shied in front of the Union Saloon, Merchant St.,
aud fell, sustaining inj urieswhich caused his death
shortly after. Tho rider escaped without injnry.
A number of Chinamen who came in the Caa-
sinaTn are located in the so-called wash houses at
the month of the Xuuanu stream, they are to be
detained a few days until it is certain that no
symptoms oi disease are about mem.
We are informed that the Chineso boy who was
smuggled ashore from the Casjtandra did not leave
the ship at midnight, as our contemporary tlw
i'rws and ourselves stated in our last issues, but
that he landed about 7 o'clock in tho evening.
On Sunday evening the wind which had been
blowing steadily from the South for some time
past veered round and came down in regular strong
trades. During the night it blew quite a pale with
heavy squalls of rain. The trees nae suffered in
The public vaccinator or his deputy is going to
make a tour of the island for the purpose of vac
cinating people in tho out districts. Wo under
stand that tho Board of Health doctors on tho other
islands will receive instructions to make similar
We saw the " farm fed" turkey being driven into
town thn other dftv. The birds to the number of
5 or C dozen had come all tho way from Wnialna
where they had been running wild a day or two
before. We do not know to whom they were con
The steam roller has given the finishing touches
to tho work on Fort Street. We have now a nicely
macadamized road which it ia a pleasure to sec
All the road making, however, ought not to be
confined to Honolulu. Tho road between the city
and wa is abominable.
tl Email pcx patient was lodged in the pest
housa and the others at the quarantine house.
We have looked over Mr. Thrum's Manual for
18S1 and find it quite up to the mark of previous
years. It contains a quantity of very useful
information statistical-and general. The retro
spect of the year 1S30 is well written, especially
the political portion which records in a few well
chosen sentences the whole of our unpleasant
troubles of la6t summer. The M Keminiscences of
Theatricals in Honolulu by H. L. S. are appro
priate coming as they do just when we are on the
point of entering upon a new departure in this
style of amusement. The article upon the Game
laws is valuable as we are quite sure many of our
sportsmen are unaware when they are violating
these laws. It would be well for our authorities
to enforce strictly the shooting licenses in the dis
trict of Kona, Oahu. We have a 6hrewd suspi
cion that tho law is frequently evaded.
The California Theatre Company gave " Every
body's Friend" on'New Year's night, playing to a
crowded house. " Evervbody's Friend " is a bright
comedy in three acts dealing with the troubles a
good natured man gets into while minding other
people's business instead of his own. The piece is
well written, no character is thrown into undue
prominence but each member of tho company has
a good telling part. The players acted admirably;
we have never seen this company as a whole do so
well. Miss Eliza Long as the widow Mrs. Swan
down, Mr. Crosbieas Major Wellington de Boots,
a gentleman who with the appearance of a M lion"
has the " heart of a mouse," kept tho house in one
continued roar of laughter. Mr. Wilson's "Ice
brook" a bashful young man. Mr. Wells' "Feather
ly (everyliody's friend, I" and Miss May Wilkes'
Mrs. Featherly were all well thought out and care
fully played roJet. We certainly wibh the com
pany continued success and it deserves success
when giving us such a refined bit of comedy act
ing us it did List Saturday. To-morrow evening,
the drama "Temptation" and the "Laughing
Hyena," will be given.
Police Coobt Notes. Ah Pong, procuring in
toxicating liquors for Hawaitans, not sentenced ;
H. Schielicr, adultery, f23 and f2M costs; Wai
lua (w), adultery, $15 and (2M costs; J. II.
Wilbur, embezzlement, committed to Supreme
Court; J. Kalama, assault and battery, $8 and
$1.3) costs ; John Play, fast riding, $3 and $1 JO
cots ; Kamaawe and Kamalau, fast riding, for
feited Mil ; -Moa, driving dray faster than a walk,
$. and $1 costs ; Manuia, drunk, $5 and $1 costs ;
Gabe Holmes, McDonald and Solomons, drunks,
each forfeited bail ; Kawaipao, deserting bound
service, $2 costs ; Kamunn, perjury, committed to
On New Year's eve at the residence of Col. Judd
an entertainment, consisting of amateur theatri
cals took place. It is a long time since we have
had any amateur acting here. We wonder that
such a charming amusement is not more followed.
The play outhe evening in question was "Our
Boys" a piece which had greit popularity in Eng
land running for upwards of 400 nights. This lit
tle comedy abounds in bright dialogue and strong
contrasts ana at times is even patnetic. vi e were
very glad to have had an opportunity of hearing a
piece of such celebrity. Tho performers acquitted
themselves very well but we do not consider it the
province of a newspaper to criticize acting which
takes place at a private house. The caste con
sisted of Mis Julia Judd, Miss Florence Luce,
Miss Robertson, Miss B. Parke, and Messrs.
Iloldsworth. E. Purvis. J. Dowsett. J. Brown. C
Perry and Master Judd. We hope this will not be
merely a spasmodic effort of the Christmas sea
son, but that we may shortly see a dramatic club
formed among our people; there is plenty of
talent among us, which only needs practice and
industry to develop into a means of giving plea
sure to others as well as to ourselves.
We have had placed in our hands a copy of n
work by the late Mrs. Judd. From a casual glance
we notice that it appears to be full of interest and
that as far as letter-press and binding are con
cerned it is neatly got up ; but the book demands
a careful perusal and an extended review which
we will have to reserve till next week.
Captain L'Orange returned by tho steamer CVfy
of Ac it Tori-. Ho has engaged a number of Nor
wegians upward! of COO souls, that is men, women
and children. 5"he first batch will arrive early in
Miss A. W. Faysen, for ten years connected
with the American Mission in Foo Chow, arrived
by tho steamer. She will assist in teaching in
Kawaiahao Seminary, but will devote herself also,
as far as practicable, to Christian work among the
J. H. Wilbur pleaded guilty to a charge of em
bezzling money from Mr. 11 P. Adams. The pro
secution restedita chargesupon two items amount
ing to about $80, but we understand that the
defalcations cover over
Messrs. Foster Jfc Co.a new steamer, of about
no inn. mMininint. now nearlv commeted in
San Francisco, may be. expected here about the
lstol renruary next, i uw mwuuei, w b iinuu, w
intended Ior uie aona ami nan route.
Miss Ida Mohrig, who sang a solo during the
sernco at the Fort Street Church, is a singer of
some celebrity in Oakland. We understand that
in the course of a few weeks, Miss Mohrig intends
to give a concert.
Steamer llo Chon arrived yesterday from the
Coast. She encountered much heavy weather.on
her way over, and Deo. 30th carried away her
ZUain lOp-mnU uc u"na U J inmi .cia tuou
those received by the Vily Hew 1 or.
The Bishop of Honolulu is requesting funds for
tlm friction of a Cathedral. We see that some
liberal subscriptions navo atreaoy oeen given.
The Bishop's visit to England is, we understand.
not for a vacation, ou jor me purpose oi nubing
additional tunas ior ms uunearai.
Mamaki, Tax Collector of Lahaina, who was
charged wilh embezzlement at Lahaina during
last Circuit and was then acquitted, was tried
on Mnndav at Honolulu : a unanimous verdict of
guilty Wot. lij iud jury wuu uui . ' '
leave their seats. Mamaki was a thorough paced
swindler; he had not taken the money nnder any
Eudden pressure of temptation but Lad systemati
cally falsified the tax buoks. He had been in the
habit of receiving the taxes, civinc receipts and
then entering in his books that the lax-payers
were either absent or dead.
Pohano and three others, sailors belonging to
schooner Hariox pleaded guilty to stealing sugar
shipped from Kauai, some 1,200 pounds had been
i.Vtn Mnd sold to Chinamen in town. We
fchould think it would be well to look up the
receivers in this matter, as these Chinamen prob
ably knew that the sugar was not honestly come
by. This stealing from the cargoes of schooners
is a frequent crime ana one auncuit oi cciectioa.
'Hi a men were sentenced to one vear's imprison-
mcnt at hard labor and a fine of $' each. This
will probably have some effect upon stopping this
land oi crime.
Kumars of small pox have been running around
pretty freely lately, as a fact, however, there is
only one new case, and that on board the schooner
tana. The Jfawa recently sailed for Maui and
sbortlv after putting to sea one of the Chinese
fell sick. She called at Kahnlui and tried to get
a doctor but did not succeed. Owing to the
nn,n,ntitmlArf Mr. Athertos-who. as soon as the
case of small-pox on board the Catmndra became
known, sent bv steamer to inform the authorities
in Maui, the schooner was not allowed to land her
passengers. The Hand arrived off Honolulu, on
Monday morning. Dr. Hutchinson boarded her
and found 17 persons crowded into the cabin
alone: with the sick man. The doctor vaccinated
i rwvi nn !rd and then the whole ship s com-
pany and passengers were removed to the reef,
Rain Record for 1879-80.
3.S2... 1K.W... . D3
0.73... 3.12... ( 19.
The Races at Kapiolani Park.
New Year's Day was celebrated at Kapiolani
Park by a trotting and running race. Quite a
number of spectators were present to witness the
The weather was fine but the track was in n
heavy 'condition owing to the late heaw rains.
The first race was a trotting race for ?AlO, mile
heats, best 2 in 3, for which there were three
entries: King William, Dolly Vardcn and Little
Giant. King William to trot to buggy and tho
other two to harness. Poolssold with King Wil
liam ?40, Dolly Vardcn $15, and Little Giant $10.
The race started at 2:30 r. u. After scoring a
while the horses got a good start anil Dolly took
uie teau anu aituougu pusueu uv lame uiant
kept it through tho heat. Little Giant second, a
halt length liehind, and King William barely
saving his distance.
mo second licatwnsa repetition olthehrst
Dolly taking the load and keeping it to the wire.
untie uiant secono, and iung wiuiam.uistanced.
Time 3.05 nnd 3.07.
Ihe next race was a running race between Ladv
-McClellan and Telephone, for a purse of $200,
talf mile and repeat. tTho race was won by Lady
ticueuan in two straight heats, lime and
An exhibition of soecd was civen bv Oliver and
Thomas H. which the spectators greatly admired.
Then followed a match race between Telephone
and a native horse, name unknown, for $50 a side,
and Telephono proved the victor.
The day passed oS ery quietly, everybody
seemed to bo on their good behavior.
we learn that the race between Dr. Endcrs
irown mam Cora, nml Mr. Cnnrtnev'a rrniv nehl-
ng has been declared off. as Dr. Enders
.lays loncit oi 5 'J.
Mexico announces that a concession of two addi
tional lines has been awarded to the Palmer
Sullivan or Mexican National Company, with a
subsidy of $3,000 per kilometre, viz : From Mo
re lia north to Salamanca, and south to Potzeuarrv
and the line from San Luis Potosi to Zacatecaa.
Also, that the Mexican Government had formally
ppruvvu uio orizraiizAuuu anu oasia 01 uie
texican National Company.
MoirrBKu. Dec 20. The clercv of all the
Boman Catholic and several of the Protestant
churches yesterday denounced Sarah Bernhardt
in strong terms, warning their people against
patronizing her performances this week.
Loxdos. December 20. A telecram to the Colo
nial office from Pietermatzburg, dated December
19th, reports that 5,000 Boors have taken possess
ion of Heidelberg and established a republic, with
raui ivruger i-resiaent and jouoert lommandant.
No act of violence was committed. Communica
tion with Pretovia is cut. All available troops are
being sent up.
Den lis. December. SO. A larce force of Boers
occupied Heidelberg on the 16th instant, and es-
latmsnea a government under Aruger, ana the in
habitants were found to quit the town without
passes. She looses of the Basutos in this fight
with the pt trolling column f rum Mafeteng wero
tho heaviest yet indicated.
The .Vein savs : A telecram from Piertermarx.
burg discloses the fact that a state of war exists in
Transvaal, and that the resources of England are
now apparently pledged to the task of subjugating
the Dutch Boers. There are only 8,00) whites
capable of bearing arms in Transvaal, and of
these 5,000 have ranged themselves under the ban
ner of a republic at Heidelberg. We may dismiss
as aitogeuier uncorroborated tne rumor or 111 0 de
feat of the Burghers by the Pondoa. The rebel
lion of the Boers can hardly fail to encourage the
Basutos to greater resistance.
Lostjos. Dec 20. Governor Sir Georce Colbv
will co to Transvaal on the 21st instance to see to
the state of affairs there. The Natal mounted
police has been ordered to Newcastle to protect
New Yoke. December 20. Dr.Talmace will now
bo tried upon the charge that be had made false
statements upon his former trial. Tho placo for
holding the inquiry has not been fixed.
The Princess of Wales has had a decidedlv nar
row escape from severe injury, if not from death.
it nppears tnat wnue louowingme nonnus in Nor
folk, to-day, her spirited hunter 6bted and threw
her, bnt fortunately Sir Dighton Brobyn. the
comptroller and treasurer of the Prince of Wales
household, who was closelv followinc. with creat
I presence of mind, rode rapidly up, caught the
rincess just as she was tailing, and saved her
The Herald quoting tho recent statement of Sir
Kutherford Aloock, that in 1872, 5,171 vessels en
tered the Chinese waters nnder the American flag,
with a'tonage of 3,4714iB, and in 1879 only 931 ves
sels entered and cleared, with a tonage of 299,(32,
says: Surely, tho most prejudiced and opaque
minds, in and out of Congress, may gather from
these data the urgent necessity for some immediate
effort to relieve American shipping from the re
strictions now crushing it down into hopelessness,
as well as for legislation that will encourage its re
vival and enable the country to share in tho vast
volume of Pacific trade which will inevitably
spring up when tiie Isthmus 'canal is cut.
Chicago. December 20. Great interest is beino:
manifested in the projected excursion rtartv to the
City of Mexico and Cuba, which will rendezvous
in this city and start from here by way of New
Orleans and Vera Cruz to the City of Mexico, re
turning by way of Havana about the middle of
January next. The parly will be made up largely
of railroad and mining capitalists, seeking new
fields of investment, and of ladies. The fare for
the round trip is fixed at $200. It is believed that
this excursion will Jesuit in bringing tho country
into closer and more amicable business relations
with Mexico, and will be of material benefit.
St. Pj.cz. Dec 20. Tho followinc advices from
Sitting Bull and his trilie have just been received:
tour licroRD, Dec. -jj,
Adiutant-General of the Denartnicnt of Dakota.
St. Paul, Minn.: Allison arrived at Poplar Hirer
yesterday eveningr en route to this place, with a
delegation from Sitting Bull's camp. Sitting Bull
will arrive at the month of Milk Kiver to-day.
Allison will leave Fort Buford to-morrow, the 21st.
Office Corner Fort and Hotel sti., over Fishd'a Store.
ClIAlIiBSGH JAMKS UHOWX
to ran a foot race of half a mile, on the 15th of
January, at Kapiolani rark, for f a-slde.
jUjIU11 Jl. UlaAUIV.
pOTTAGK AXI) IMtEMlSUS, 103
V J Nn naii n Avenue. Possession riven Januarr 10th.
Furniture lit the cottage mav be purchased If desired.
Inquire on the premises, r of J. H. WOOP.
January o. lai. on
Lato Foreign News.
We present onr readers with the following nddi-
ion.il items of news received by the bteamer City
fXew Tori l
Iiectennnt-Qeneral Sir DonnlJ Stewart will
ncceeti General Frederick I Unmes as Com
lauder-in-Chief in India in the Spring. General
ir AeTiUo B. Chamberlains has declined the posi
ion on account of ill health and doubt of his
A disastrous fire has occurred at lttnoon, Hrit-
n India, lue damage is estiniatea at nineteen
ica ot rupees.
Tho Russian Government his ordered 12 tor-
lo cutters nt a cost of 10,000 for the Beet in
New Yobs. Dec 19. Tho Worl(T London cor
espondent says : mere is, inm enameaiosay,
o truth whatever in the renorted withdrawal of
;ir Edward Thornton from Washimton, where he
j likely long to remain the Dean of the Diploma
ic Corps, His conduct there has always Riven the
creates, satisfaction to ail tue successive aamin
jtratinnii nnder which he has acted. It is nossi'
ole that the MArquis of Itipon. Viceroy of India,
will recover his health, bat he will certainly hAiw
to leave the East. He hascancht the janele fever,
after an attack of which a man may live, but at
lord. Uipon s ae He cannot possibly Hope to pet
well so long as he, remains in India. If he is com
pelled to return it is sapposed that the Earl of
iiQjxenn, now Amoassaaor at tue uourt ox ai,
l'etersourp, will be as tea to succeed mm.
General Grant remarked to n correspondent
that his interest in the Isthmus Canal dated from
early life. He tried to have something done
about it before he was President, but failed, and
when he was elected caused a survey to be made
of every possible route. In this way he learned
that NicarnmiA was the best. There were tnanv
reasons for this of an especial character. Nicarn-
gua was further north and more direct and nearer
us. He did uot think the country could sit by and
see n, cenal built across tho Isthmus by Erirtujeans.
It would bo the same thins RH though the United
KtntM lini. matin fn Sni7 nnd triad to take nos3S-
sion of it. As to railroad opposition, he did not
eipec. mej wuuiu uo mcuuij wi n muui, uu. u i.
was built of course commerce would go as usual
throucn tne eneapest cnannei.
It is officially announced that the allotment of
Panama Canal shares will be as follows: Applica
tions for from one to fire shares will be accepted
in toto; Subscribers for from six to twenty shares
will receive six, and those from twenty upwards
will receive twentv-firo ner cent of their demands.
Installments of 100 francs per share must be
paid bel or tue M Ui instant.
St. 1ktchsi(UKO, Dec. 15. X rumor, current for
nnmfl wmnlcn. of thn transfer of the Czar's author
ity to the Council under the Presidency of the
Czarowitz is renewed, with this addition, the mar
riage of Princess Dolgorouki with the Czar to be
declared legal, she recceiving the title of Duchess
of llolstein Gottorp, and her children will be
princes and princesses of that title. The Czar and
family will retire to Liridia, in the Crimea, he
remaining Emperor in name, the actual authority,
however, residing in the Czarowitz.
Tjoxdox. Doc 15. At a lanquet last night, given
to Geneal lioberts, recently returned irom At
rhanistan. bv the Merchant Tailors' Company,
the Master of the Company, proposing a toast to
Foreign Ambassadors, coopled with it the name
of United States Minister Lowell, and &aid he
fl.a Vnnltdh Anrl AmonKiTi flamr tthiMl WPTA
floating side by side in the hall, might know no
rivalry but that of peace. Lowell responding to
the toast, eulogized General lioberts' services in
St. Peteksbubo, Dec 29. A telegram from
Bawi reports that a body of cavalry successfully
stormed the fortified village of Karys on the 9th
instant, and routed the Tekkcs after an obstinate
rreiiUAnce. One thousand sheen and cattle end a
quantity of arms were captured. The Bussian
loss was light. Several thousand Hero Turco
mans are advancing with artillery to the aid of
the AknAl lettes.
Gen. SkobelotT suddenly pushed forward bis
advance guard hist week, surprising a large body
tit Tercomass. eurhtv-five versta from their en
trenched positions at Teck-Tepe, entirely crush
Chicago, Dec 20. A telegram from the City of
Annual for 1881
8 2f OW READY FOR DEM VERT,
and sbonld be In ererv boofebold In the Ialinda.
and tent to all abroad who have ties of Interest here.
Seventh Year of Publication,
And acknowledged to be the best yet Usued.
Its Information It full and reliable, rlvln? overland
and lnter-Uland diotances, census of the I land and
K'nclpal townships elevation ot principal localities,
st Office, Custom noureand other comparative table,
internal taxes, comparative view ot commerce from
tables of leading import, exports, pvenzer sta
tistic, table of coin values, table ot receipts and ex-
xrnaiiarrs Hawaiian uorrrnmcni.pUDiic dene, reviseu
ostal Act and rates of nostare-Jo all countries, table of
febool population, latitude and lontrtiade of principal
points, Ala of tbe Hawaiian Islands, theatrical reml-
nicencea,rame ana fame taws, nsu 10 vraier or ti
lanes, peculiarity of Hawaiian climate, Appropilatloa
nicences, came and came laws, visit to Crater of Kl-
mlllsthetr locations and agent. Hoyal Orders of Ka-
mehameha and Kalakana, legend of Manl, TtetroVpeet
ior lonu, casualties oi snipping, rain recoru ior isu,
with a foil Iteglater and Directory of Court, (iovcrnment
IVpartraent, Consular Corp, Commercial Agencies,
Benevolent and Social Societies, Lodges, Churches and
PRICE 30 eta. ner conr. or mailed abroad for CO eta.
Hrmittance from abroad can be made in Stamps.
CVM U. iUHUJI, tTUDllSncr 11O00IU1U.
THE COLLEGE OF ST. LOUIS
COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS ACADEMY,
HONOLULU, OAHU, H. L
TI1T8 INSTITUTION 3JKING RE
mote from city allurements. It an acknowledged
safeguard for moral for salubrity of climate, la unri
valled. Th? bulldlm are larce and commodious, while
the rronDdi afford the pupils opportunities for health
Unremittlnc attention will be elver, to the Intellectual
and moral culture of the pupils, Non-Catholic pupils
will be free to attend the relicious exercises or not, ac
cording a their parent or guardian may deire.
Pupils are received at any time dnrlnjr the year. No
reduction will be made from recnlar charces, except for
arence causca ny proiraciea uincss.
nstramentai, Drawing and Modern
at the Colletre vacations or by special permission.
scnpapii must on entering ontain one suit or uni
irm. which vrllh mil other nceesparr elothtn?. ate e
wilt be furnished at moderate cost by the College; but
none of these will be provided by the College unless by
Pvmfnt n tn ho matta nnarterlv. and lnfariahiT
The course of itndr is Classical. Set en tine and com
mercial; Latin, Greek, French, Spanish, German and
lifliisn are tangni.
Particular attention will be paid to the English Lan-
truace In all Its branches. Literature, lnre nd Mixed
Mathematics, History, Geography, Chemistry and Nat
ural Philosophy, Ac.
For Board, Lodging, Tuition and Washing, per
ocuuiaBiib n-ar. ....... 5w w
Entrance fee 10 00
Vacation at College 40 UJ
Music vocal and In
Languages ext ras.
DAY PUriLS-Senlor Class B0 00
.junior uiass w uu
The Scholastic Year consists of two Sessions, each
comprising a period of five months. The first session
commence on the 20th of August; the second on the
20th of Jannary.
t or au anu iunncr particulars, apnir u
HEY. W. J. LAItKfN, President,
No. 73 Beretanla et.
Evening School Department of St, Louis
The President has decided to Include this branch In
Xhtrxnnicutum of the College.
Its oblect is to afford all clashes of the community the
means of acquiring a theoretical and practical knowl
edge of all commercial and business transactions In
daily use; and also to give an Insight Into the workings
ana appncaiion oi ine uiuerrni iraues, wuica it is so
essential to da in these Islands.
The Theoretical Branch will be nnder the supervision
of the President and Professors of the College. The
Practical and most important Branch will be specially
attended to by volunteers from the various master artl
rans among ns, who have kindly and generonsly prom-
s-d ttieir services io inis nseiui ana vamamo enterprise.
They will, alternately, devote half an honr each even
ing to the Cisk of Imparting knowledge to the students.
All the implements necessary to each trade, and to Ag
riculture, will be furnished by the Colli re.
Each master-art lzan. whlla connected with the Col
lege, will be entitled to namo one Free-LiffrSchoIarshlp
io me privitie oi ims cycting ncnooi icparimenu
TERM S Each Undent per week, SO cts. The Evening
School will open at 7 o'lock p. m. 18 at
Tiik aihvt:-mkntioned pas
TDItC harinr? been leased for dalrv nurrmscs. all
persons navmt norscs in mo same ore requested iu re-
moeiitrm as soon as poaeime.
(Late Conductor of Opera and accompany 1st to CarlotU
Kesidcnce-Hawallan Hotel. KM It
rion fi:i rruM;s ton salkattiik
' American Lodging Ilonsc until this notice Is or
aerruoni, ro. .u jtiaunaKca oirecu
tsii an l. guitJiKba.
"ROOMS ANU ItOAItD IN A IMU
Xj vate Family, or a small cottage, by a lady with two
cuiiarcn. nest oi rcivrences. uunrsi, immeuinicij.
a, jacw ayne s Drug oiore. pji.
NEW BOOKS JDST RECEIVED.
Honolulu. Sketches of Life In the Hawaiian Ial
and by Laura Fish Judd. Price $1 73.
Unbeaten Tracks In Japan, hy Isabella F.
Bird. Two volumes price $3.tt, at
13 2t TIIOH. O. THRUM'S Fort St. Store.
HKinni Y CII ATjT.KXOK TO HUN
. anr native bred horse on the Stndnlch Islands a
race of two vnlles and repeat, or a single dah of two
mile for $2riU or aside. 1 name u. N. Tt-iepuone,
inis cnaiicnge to remain open oj uays irom aaic.
Honolulu, Jannary 3d, 1880. m lm
x AcrroitiiANt i: wirif a imiukr or
sale contained In a Mortzatre Deed bv Mlkaela Ac-
hong and Achoug her hu band, to S, E. Lmerson dated
August y. 18, recorded Lib. M, Fol. 31W, the undersign
ed gives nonce tnst sne intends to inreciose saiu nrnri
gage for condition broken, vlsnon payment of note
scenred thereby, and will sell at public auction at the
anctlon rooms of E. P. Adams In Honolulu, on
Saturday tho 5th day of February,
ISSl, at 12 o'clock noon all the premise described In
Int. All t We premises at Ohla and Walla n. Molo
kalcontalnL an area of 5 11-I0O acres, described In
2nd All those tirrmlsra at Walklkl. Oahu. contain
Ingan are of Ttt-iuuofau acre, described In I toy a 1 Pa
tent, No. 6373 tn Malo. atd premises having boen con-
veynt to nam Mlkaela by deed of Maola K roan to, re
corded Lib. 50, Fol. 358.
S. E. KMtKSU.
Castlk t llaTcn, Attorneys f or Mortgocee.
Honolulu. Dec Jt, 1SKI. ftll
PI'III.MITK.MllIKS WI 1.1, BR RECEf VEls
for the purchase of the Schooner "Julia A. Long "
with all her apnarel and furniture, as she now lies in
the harbor of Honolulu, f.r cash or otherwise.
Separate tenders may be made for the scnooner wun
r w it boat her w hallmr outfit.
Inventory Is ODen for insoectlon at the office of the
Tenaers mnsi aireciea io tne nnaersignea, rnanrsea
Tenders for schooner JnllA A. I-oni?' and her Fuml-
tnre." or separate, as thecas)may be, and be left at bis
office before 2 o'clock noon on Thursday the SOth ineU.
atw men Hour tney w in be opened in tne presence oi au
The nndcrslimed reserves the riirht to refuse any or
an tenders. r. a. ttiiAtrmt,
Adminutrator Estate of Chas. Long.
iionomin. jannary .iBfti. oji at
HONG QUON & LEE ONG,
Authorized Government Shipping Argents
Of Laborers for riantatlons or other kinds of labor.
Offices at No. 39 Kinc street, below the Station House.
on opposite a.ue oi tne street. so
oriTAiti.i; roHTWn i,iiu,oh a mot
srv and crrntleman. wltn or wunont board, ot tne week
or monm, in ine vicinity oi aiaiu. APPty at tne
XTOTK'E 1.H IIEIlKnr tilVEVTO A 1,1. PEIt
iN sons, that at a meeting of the Snliscribi-r to the
" Kauai Telephonic Company" held at Koloa, Not, 27th.
W. it was voted to accept tne Chatter trranted to Jared
K. Smith, 0. N. Wilcox, and W. H. Kice, and their
associates and successors, nnder the name ot the
"Kauai Telephonic Company," on the 2d day of
October, lwv: and that the corporation was dulr onran-
I red under the said Chartrtand the following-named
oiucer were eiectwi.
J. K. Smith, resident ami Director;
W. II. Rice, Secretary and Director;
O. X. Wilcox. Treasurer and Director.
By the terms of the said Charter n stockholder shall
be Individually liable for the debts of the Corporation
beyond tne amount which shall be duo upon the share
or shares owned or held by himself.
Also, In accordance ith a provision oftheCbarter.lt
wasvotedt That one month's notice of the intention
of the Company to increase Its Capital Stock to ten
uousana aouars dc giren or me cecTeiary.
W, H. F.1CE,
Secretary Kauai Telephonic Company.
Koloa, Kauai, Nov. Klh.iSW. SW n
HAMS! HAMS! HAMS
Whittaker Star TTfymsr
For Sale at Low Hate. Id qnantitlea to ao.lt, by
810 Im CASTLE SL COOKE
A FUI.I. USE or UnOCETtlES AT
A 0) BOLLES A Co'a.
T7ASTEIKS PORK A SUAIiTj XOT
oi JSaatern Extra Prime rork. For Sale or
en BOLLES i Co.
Tire i'ium ov Hitchcock ss co.,
doing: bQ.lneas as Supar Dantrrs and Uannrac
tnrfr at Papatkon, Utand of Jlawatl, la composed of
the following prrsnns: Charles tt. Vetmon Darld II.
Ilitchrnck and Edirard U.IIItcbrncV-.allmldlnsIn the
Dlsulct of Ullo, Island of Hawaii, v &II 3t
TUB Firm Or CASTI.KTE5ISnY.loln(r
business as Sopar Pljnters at l'analWoirMeland
of Hawaii, Is composed of the following persona.
n iniam issue anu uncirn i . icnnry. rcsiuiaxy"
Ilonolaln. Island of Oahn. Charles II. Wctmore. llard
11. Hitchcock and Kd.ard II. Hitchcock, rcsldlncln the.
uiamct ot lino, isiana ot Hawaii. o-h
Br C. 8. BARTOW.
On Thursday, January 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 11. WIU-BS SOLD
AN ASSORTMENT OF-DRY GOODS,
Prints, Brown, Blae and Bleached Cottona.
LOT OF CLOTHING:
Coats, rants, Htta, Shots, 5c
Choice and Fresh Groceries:
Tlnaof Sardines. McUerray. Orsters. I and S lb,
Palmon ot Lunch Toa-ne, Lobstert.
Boast Chicken, Milk. ?arar Ft as and Corn.
Soda, Milk and Assorted Crackers, Bores Candle,
Soap and Tea, Walnots, Filberts and Battcraalsi
Xjot of 3k?Mazaaltxucol
Hair Cloth Sofa and Chairs,
Large Wardrobe. Slarble Top Table,
Bedsteads, Beddlns. Show Cases,.
Lot ot Mlcro&ealin Mata, and
Other Articles ot Furniture.
Abo, A Lot of Single and Double Ilarnesje.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aoct'r.
our. roiTAGt: riASo. a good
a 8. BARTOW,
U?2a.ls 3.4 y.
AT AUCTION I
ON WEDNESDAY, JAJTCAXY i,
At I .'ctee A. X tmm.
THE ENTtSE S10CX 0F NY EMS
TIIE ESTATE OF JL, SI CHAM. NCI.
g. f. AB.V3W, Aajrswex.
THE UXDKU8IGNKD HAVING
been appointed Administrator of the Estate of the
isie n m. jarreii, nereoy nmiues an panics lnnemen
said estate to make Immediate payment: and alL per
sons having clalmsagalnst said estate will present the
same, with tho proper venchers attached, within six
months from date or they will be forever barred.
Administrator Estate Wra. Jarrett, deceased.
Ilonolula, Jan. n, life!. 851 4t
WHKHKAS TIIK UXDKHSIG2TED
bas been rinested by Hon. W C I'arke to nro
perlydeflue the boundaries of the Ahnpuaaof Puaaloa,
situated In Ukumvhante, Lahaina, lslaudof Maui. 11. 1.
Therefore It Is hereby made known to all owner of
Annpuaa, in and tracts oi lanu aajoining ruaaioa,
that WEDNESDAY, January 11', isw), at 10 A. M. at my
office at Lahalua Is tne time and place for hearing Bath
requests. L. AHOLO.
tsM St Commissioner
Sk w STOMACH jB
HrF.KP, APPETITE AI KTBEXUTII
Return when Ilostetter' Stomach Bitter Is system
atieallv used br a blll'ous drsneDtic sufferer, iloreotrr.
since the btatn ympathizes closely with the stomach
and Its associate organs, the liver and the bowels, as
thelrderangemeut Is rectified bvthe action of the Dlt-
roujcea oy tnai uerange-
Forsale by all Drogzlst and Dealersg-nerally.
For Sale by HEDINGTON A CO.
7M San Francisco Cal, U. a. A.
ters, mental despondency pi
men i disappears.
DR. H- W. MARREN.
FHyalolaxi and Sutroozi
811 Ontee I0ISJ Fort Street, Honolnln. lj
Xlx-ytslolaxx and Sntgoon.
rr-ripeclal attentlen Rlren to diseases ot tne Tnroat
and Ear. Omce corner of Hoo.1 and Fort streets.
613 .1111111 alKa.a. IT
Importer and Sealer ia GontV, iAdie.', and
Children Boots, baoo-, and suppers.
T . t. I . . . . -I .1 LTI.
pers, also Ladles White Kid llnlton Boots. ka
OFFICE F0K KEXT1
TX TIIE SEW 5IASOXIC
X Balldin?. corner of Qaeen and Fort sis,
C. . BAKTOW.
Just to hand Ei "Eureka," and for Sale by
100 bbls. Trlnio Plantation Salmon
At the Loaett Mirl't Unlet.
BM B THEO.H. DAVIES
S Bran, Whole and Croond Barley.
For Male by BOLLES A Co.
mtril unOE AND fOJIFOKTAni.T Pnr.
I nlhed Itooras. AddIt at No. 4 Garden Lane, two
doors from nerctani street. au
Hew Zealand Potatoes.
A HHALT. IAIT
For Sale by BOLLES & Co.
not hthr. zEAi.?iniA
at. of Hew crop, lost receitea.
Extra Mess Beef
CIOB HALE BT
BOLLE9 A Co.
QOA Alft TO 830,000 TO XOAJf
eUUv'v onSlortirae for a term of years,or to
lnrest In m Cattle Ranch or other property. Address,
with mil narticniars to i....usiiij.iLB,
831 Im Fosl OOce.
iO AlfNED OOOIf A "LARGE
J asMsrtment of Boston ana can rranciseo pacaint;.
oil l)uiu.&a ss mo
MULES AND HORSES.
UKDERM HI LI. HE RKCEIVEls BT
the underslmrd for the pare has of Male and
Horses, and personal attention trivet, by a per-
mtm In Man Vranrlau-n In iilrl ln. anrt n.tv
chailnj; the same accordlne to order riven.
C. 3. DA mow.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable as an InTcstmtnt.
Rented to cood tenants foe a lonjr period. Bnlhllnri la
Rood repair and pleasantly located. Apply to
C. si, BARTOW.
'oa. "6 and "S Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Hoard by tho Day, "Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Class Style
AT ALL nouns.
IIENKT J. IIATtT,
82S 9 ELLIS A. IXAUT.
Should be without the far-famed
American. Cylinder Cup
Of which over Ten Thousand are? now la use.
Is tho only
LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD
That can be relied upon,
AM) IS WAltllAXTED
k All that Is Claimed For It.
A certain number of drop per
minute or per hour (visible to
the eye), will kcpyourCyllnder
lubricated continuously. (Th
old style of caps do not feed
It will pay for Itself In fuel
every two months; la oil every
aeien to ten month; la wear.
packing and labor every four
Shaft iteartntr. Cylinder oil
and Lubricating Compound may
be had of the Atrents,
D1LLINUHAM Js CO.
t z 63 m
TOBACCO AND CIGABETTES,
Order ofMesers. H. HasldeM Sc Cm.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5,1 SSI,
AT 13 O'CLOCK X. AT SAIJ65 SOCK.
FIFTY ARRELS OF FLOUR,
r.r Aee..l afllhaas It lay Psssss .
Betsc micUiaed ex Xcreta, tram Stn fMeisajav
Also, To Close
117 oiaes Medima Bread,
SI bUt MeOiaEi Bread.
GO caws Soda Crackers.
n rjiae. Bor CracAepa.
33 tina Mnkin Bread.
lST.V,- bbls YTeera MUia Ultra ITollr, tn sacks
IS baps FotatoM.
33 doi Gal ran Land raOav
SO bkla Cement,
CObbla Firs Clay.
G iwi Florida Water.
10 VI Manila (Sgm.
SO balea Wrappsag Fafar,
20 Casos Holdsleck Ctampafrrra
A. LOT OF OLD LUJLBHK.
s. r- ADA a a. Aacrr
LEWERS & COOKE,
LEWEES & DICKS01N'
Hare temporarily removed their oflce to
Their Warehouse on King Strcot
(Next to E. O. Hall Jfc toon's Store), durins tha
erection of their
EIRE-PROOF STORE ON FORT ST.
Weitillhareott hand, and offer for sale
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES
Boards and Battens.
Tongncd A Unwred,
Jtc. At., Ac
Posts. Shlncles, feantllnz. Boards
llattrns, rlnrlaced Uoarda J; I'lank
ItnstlcMldlnc. Clapboards, Lattice
Tonjraed ana Orooved, Ac, A.
Eastern Vine, Ash, Tort Orford Cedar,
Oak, White Wood, Wack Walnut,
Boiled and Itaw Linseed Oil, Whits Lead,
And Al'lueAMorlmenl ot
Tnrpcntino and Varnishes of all kind.
Whi ts ino Can Paints, both In Oil and Dry;
Wall Tapers and H rushes of all kinds.
Also, NaiU and a Complete Assortment of
L. A. Amlrews' Saw 3IHI at Makawao
We are able to sapply on short notice.
Boards, Scantling and Hank,
Oi Yokes, Felloes, Jfcc, io.
E. 0. HALL & SON
RECEIVED BY TJIE' DISCOVERY
A Full LIca ot thorn CnaxceDnl
" TTn.11 Stool Plows"
Mada to order by tho MOLIXE rtOW COuSoa.
6, n, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, EJ and It. Alaavafrrottte
TTAT.T, FTJBEOW PLOWS.
Them ricrrs an acknowledal by all whai hara
used them to bo atroncer and better than aayoahstr
kinds in the market. W. han also a tall msoit
ment ot llonr Hanillm.
OF ALL KTSDS.
UalTa It and 13 Inch Ste.1 Ilreakera, 1( inch. ZaU
STEELSIDE HILL PLOWS
Extra Points for all tha abnra phm
Expecte.1 sooO by tho "Amy TcrneT" from Bna.
ton. andtheMoo!eaafroci Stw Totk. a ra3
Assortment ot Good in car line
Wo koop Constantly on Hand
A very fall Use ot English tad American
Siioii 3E2.ax,jm u'jbi.x'o
ALSO. CALIFORNIA LEATHZK.
Wa dent in Illadc niiirtinc Wrnlee. ltemlwl and
Giant Powder, and Sportimt PbvUer of all kixkta,
impurted direct from tha California I"oder Worka
A VEEY PIKE ASSD&TXSST
Cook Stoves and Kaxtges
Soon expected. Also, Silrrr-pLiUxl War. for
CHKISTXAS ASD tTEBBIJG rRESESTS
157" Orders fur PUnUtion Goods from UwoUasr
IsLWi.orbyTELEl'UO.NK.s.111 b. tUled wtta
UXnCILSIflNCD HAVE JVKT RC-
CEIVED per Amy Turner. froDi Boston, a fall a
eurtmeni of tbes crlebruteJ Pumpi. which ar CBtaiao
turd to be cbeairer and tetur than any ether style f
pump ImportM. Wa call the stu-ntlon of plaaur partlc
ularlytothe Vacuum Pmp, wUkh la leaa complicated
na mot. serTtceDit naa oiaer pumf.
SSI 3m l U (I. IlHl.Wi.1. sB, LU
LYNCH'S BOOT FACTORY
A SEW STOCK OF
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Shoes
wnicii will be
HOLD VKUY C'KIMP FOB CASH.
rnnr, ITN'DKItSIGXKD HAVING
JL lfen appointed by the Court as AdmlnUtraujc of
loe ruie oi .naries Ltxi;, otcemsen, requests ui ir
tie Indebted to the E.tate, to make lm media ta payment
and all parties harinz claims against th said stat to
presrut mem ior Kiutnicni v io nocrignru wimuji
six moniua irom mlc or iarj win c it :-
Y. A. SCIIAEFEH-
Administrator of the eUte of Caaa. Loaa. deceased.
Hunolulu, Noremberlst.I'W. jsh i am
FRANK II. AUSTIN & CO.,
Commission Merchants and For
Office 'o. SO California SL, Sin Francisco,
Consignments from tho Hawaiian Islands desired.
1 he Best Price. Warrinte.1, and bales Usaraateed.
:i 4 ir
Ladies' Strangers' Friend Society,
SO 1'ItEQ.UENT HAVE BEEN TITE
calls of late npoa the foods or this Society, that the
Manasere, ?t the sturjrestloo ot some of the prosalseat
dbsidcs. oi iae coiniaani.j, dhbm .pvraj vi ...
nnhlie for folds to meet the coast! demands npoa Us
treassry of the Society, On. Kentlemaa proposes to
plTe linnasJIy. or Z per month; snother, $12 asas
ally, or M per month; and others 94sanaaUy,or SO cts.
per moT.th. Tho enconrared. a ssbscrlptlon pepM will
LeclrctIaVd,and It ta hoped s genenwa respon will
be given. Panda may be forwarded to Xrs. s. C. Dassoa,
President. Vr. c. iL Blshoo. Vice President. or Mrs. S.
E.Blsh.Tp,Treasarer. A saheerlptioa paper will b left
st the Bunk, and another dreakued. Pft OBaZK.
Ilontlara. December 13. lm JJ
pOPE'EE OliD KOJTA COFFEE,
ill rot sale ny wuu s vo
Corner Beala an1 Howii. Srs.,
W. H. TATL0B, Pro's. J03ITH xmi. fy
BUILDERS OF STUM MACfOTttY
AIXTTS BStwCHia, '
Steamboat, Steamship, La ml
ENGINES AND BOILERS
mo it razsACax ox coarocso.
TEAM TEwriJ. of an kmda,ssut easspie. wtta
11 alls of Wood, Irw .r CDsBnoBrtaw
UKOIXAUT UlllSCI csnpssuded wlvra aOta.
MTCAX LACS CHE. Bars., aal sma Tl. a
atraeud wltk reremse. to ta. Trad 1. wasck IWy s
ta a. employed. Speod, aos-a. u4 ds-aei w.l-saaruteed.
HTtUH Boium. Pwttealsrufo.tMstsw.aata.
qnanty f th. nsatertal sad TT -i -nMr. asMt i ajoa
flrstetaaa work predaeod.
BCUAK Bnu AID BCSAatOiAKISU Ml.
C1II5CKT mad after La. msM apss.ua fiaaa.
AIM all Botter Ins. Wk eoaseaa4 OMeowtta.
WATER PIPE.sBoiWea'Bawet Irsa. saT say atw.
mad. la soluble loacta. me rs..sntiic anttosv or
BheeU reilod, paoebod asat packoit br aatpoasai. rsasly
tv b. rtreird on ta. grosjad.
IITDBA I'UC KlTim JO. Utat aa.ca-a.rr
pipe msyt. by Uss tetaotlsasaoat. st,ou4 ky nrSrsaaa
Blretlof Varhlaory. that toUl7 of ,
prrtor to aaad work.
ltlr WOKK. MUp aad ftemm
Wlocaes, Ah-sad UrraUlkac rsan,
most approved plana.
PMP. Dlr-rl aelrsc Paasps, tmt tirsisllo. or Citf
Water Worts pari snia. fcoilt wtta tw s.ls.rsnsl pary
TalT. Station, HprW k, say staer paaiav
4 cento tor tr.r4blsWaaJ IHsalra.
ESTABLISHED IN I
G- 1ST G
Booms 33 sad tl. 31 -tttsU' eiroaare.CoOoraia IM.
3aa rrsarl coyCotltoraia.
sl aBTZtrrpiuu wui'iiiy raj
all waw.pap.rs pwallslste em Hs ls
eIRe CaHaaC. the stauadojiclB l.l.swos. Ps4y.sS..
smiaa. Xrwr Zaalama.. Us. la.ls.Hai. fata
Sllea. tas. Baasorrsa sWasaa asX liarspa., PIS. a
at asaaxl x .eery 3iwlp.ptr palllilnat ia .
Iaeta1e Caaaa sar. kai eissssinaator
aaad all aslTeslseaia all.ss.il tno i
oxcaad arias ossalawa. ttasssa lis. 1
eas.lt 1. kept asa OI. at tka in a
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