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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, December 27, 1882, Image 4

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WEDXESDAY, DECEMBEH 27, 16S2.
MerTy Ou-ictmas.
A STOBT TOR TUT. TJTTLB OXEA
Ms&ky ChbistmasI Dear, crand old &ier
ry Christinas, with iU good ihinpB to eat,
arm nne new ciotnea, candies and toji, bops
and palls, ana dooks and dolls, and nngio;
liappT carols merrT. merrr Lnnstroasl
ETerjbodj is merrj', his and little; and
everjthing, the cat, aDd dog, and canary, even
the dampy little brown sparrows that hop
across the gutter to jour window for the
crnmbs of Christmas cake you scatter even
they, wag their wise little round heads while
they torn one eye op to you and one down to
the crumbs as mnch aa to say, "0 yes, wo
know what this is all about."
You hung up your stockings of coarse; not
by a great open fire-place, as. we grown-up
people used to do. Grandma can tell jon
about those thincs: bow old Santa Clans it as
saia lo come down uie great-tnroated chimney
wiia ins jour remueer, ana now fie crammed
the stockings of good children with beautiful
thine, sweetmeat and tors, and stuck onlr a
great whip in the stockings of the bad boys
and girls.
If grandma told you snch a story, you
laughed, just as much as if it were not a
make-believe, and hung up your stocking by
the stoTe grate or register, or radiator, io a
pi tee where you like to sit, for somehow it
seems best to hang a Christmas Mocking in a
nice cosy place.
lou know ol course that crandroa a nueer
story about Santa Clans and his reindeer are
jusl pleasant lancies; imt children must have
stones, particularly on Christmas: so I will
tell you now, abont The Vrnv Turn Cirn w-
MAS.
Did you ever wonder nhv noonlo trie more
ana witer presents on llinstmai tlian at an?
other time? Why Christmas comes only once
a year? whether there are any people who do
cot have Christmas? whether there was eer
time when there was no Christmas and,
finally, why Christmas comes at all? If you
will listen to my "old. old story, ycu will
know all about these things, for the story is
as true as it is old. It will be about tho tcry
first Christmas, and tho very first Christinas
rrc6cnts, and tho very first little boy jcs,a
ittle tiaby-boy was tho very first one in tlio
world to get a Christmas present. So you ice
children, little children, Christmas lclongf to
you more than to any ono cldc.
THE STORY.
Away beyond the seas beyond England
Italy and Turkey where the skies are hlncr
and the stsrs shine larger and brighter than
they do here, it was pleasant summer wcatlici
when the first Christmas came. The beautiful
stars looked down on the grassy hillsides, and
saw not only rosea of Sharon and lilies of the
valley, tot many flocks of beautiful white
sheep lying fast asleep on the green pastures.
The little lambs, coddled close to their muth
ers. were not all afraid of the wolves, for tho
rood shepherds sat un all nisut. out of doors,
and watched the stars alcove, and took care of
the flocks below.
Theso shepherds Ioed the stars, studied
them, named them, and knew more about thcra
than any one else. On this night of all niclite,
wliilo they sat cazinr un into the clear, deep
blue sky. gloriously s pane lea wuu I lie twins-
lin?. borninc stars, suddenly there shone
above and around them a wonderful light that
made the night Iwgmer than the day.
lue snepherus were very inucu irigiitcncu.
I suppose they thought the world w&s about
to come to an end: and wiiilo they were in
great distress as to whether they should try
to escape lor tueir lives or remain, an angel
came iioauogdown through the dazzling light,
mi near uicv wuiu wear iuc music 01 ilia voire.
And the angel said to them. 'Tear not: for I
bring you good tidings of great joy, which
shall be to all people. For to yon is born this
day in the city of David, a Saviour."
me snepucrus did not see mm come, but
Buauemy mere were with this angel thousands
and thousands of other angels, filling with
light all tho space from the highest star of tho
night down to the very hill. tons, verv much
as Jacob saw them in his dream, on the great
stairway that reached from earth to heaven. I
imagine that their white robes seemed new
and shining like silver in the son; and that
each had a star on his forehead and a harp in
his hand; but I know that they all sang a
Christmas carol; tho first, best, grandest
Vyunauuag caroi ever sung.
I bone with von some dav la hoar, itprhnns
help the angels to sing it "filory to f!od in
the highest, and on earth react?, and food-will
towards men." The sweetest earthly music is
that of hundreds of little children together
singing Christmas carols. Think of the
glorious light, the open air, tho peaceful hill
sides, the clear, still, summer nichL and
thousands of whito robed angels singiDg their
Christmas carolsl Think of all this when you
ing yours.
Iti en tho angels went back into heater, tak
ing the great light with them, and there were
only the blue sky and tho stars above, and the
flocks and flowers Mow, jnst as they wore
ueiorc.
Wheu tho anircls w ere "on?, the fchetiherds
looked at one another io amazement and said,
"Eet us now go to Uethlchcm, and sec what
lias come to pass there.
They knew all almut "the City of David" of
wiiitii uie iirai angci nau spoKen. incy nau
eipected that God would send them a mighty
king, who would livo in a bcatitifnl palace,
surrounded with gardens and trees and fouu
taihs, and that he would drive out the hateful
noraan king and make the country clorious
and them rich; but instead of this these angels
had come tobrinir them word of oi.lv a little
child. If, instead of angels. God bad sent a
suepuera like themselves to tell them that tho
great king they expected was a little babv
ooy, i do not think they would havo raid
much attention to his story: but now they
knew it must bo a wonderful child to ho sung
buoui uy angeis, anu co mey nurned away to
find him. leavincr their sheen in the fields.
When they reached the city thev found it
crowded with people from the country, for tho
icoman King had made an the people come
there to pay their taxes, and tto hotels and all
tho bouses were so full that the baby's father
and mother had to stay in a barn whero tho
oxen ana cows ana sheep led. It was such
nice weather they did not mind staying there,
and the manger made a cradle for their baby.
who was comfortably wrapped up just liko
any oilier baby in long twaddling clothes.
There must have been a good many babies in
the city, I do not know how the shepherds
found the right one, unless a star went before
mem as it did be lore some other visitors 1
will tell YOU of: but they found him. and when
they had seen him, they went all about tho
city telling everyone about the light and the
angels, and what the angels had said and sung;
and everybody wondered, and the whole citv
was full of tho talk, for they knew these shep-
ucrus were iruimut men. l think even the
baby s mother was surprised at their story,
though she knew her bov was a wonderful
boy. She did not say much, but was never
tired of thinking it over. The shenherds went
back to their flocks "glorifying and praising
God, because they had seen and heard every
thing just as the angels had said.
Presents? Oycs. I do not know whether
the shepherds brought presents or. not: thev
came away in such a hurry I prcsumo they
did not; but the little boy hai other visitors.
Some very wise men who lived in the far, far
east, in the country where the beautiful garden
of Eden was, came to visit him. They also
studied tho stars, and one night they saw a
new one that kert moving towards the west.
and they partly knew what it meant, and fol-
lowca u many days over lulls, and through
valleys, and deserts, till it came and stood
over where the young child was. When (he
star stopped they reioiced creatlv. and when
they came into the house they saw the little
uoy wan nis mouicr, and they leu down and
worshipped him. Then they opened their
treasures and made him presents ot gold, and
frankincense, and myrrh. Look at the word
isAnsr-mas, aod tell me who this baby boy
was. and whether you think any one who
does not love Christ can really have, what I
wuu lor every cniia who reads my story, "A
WEBBY cintlSTUAS." AUNT .MARY.
Hawaii
HoaiE or the BExxms icansa ntoii uie sin-
fBOCZTT TECATT,
ThevLator to the Hawaiian IfilAntL. Hnai. hia
arrival mt Honolulu, is at once imivrefiflni with lh
evidences or a tupry, prosperous cotaniunity.
which abound in all directions. There U a pood I j
amy of shipping moored at the various wharves,
and what esptcuUv pladdens the victor heArt,
if he hail from the United Suten, is the fact that
most of thefcc vessels are American built, and that
many of them sail under the American nag. Iteing
the aistributing point to the different islands, the
commerce of the place is corisidf rable, a larse fleet
of steamers and schooners beinc engage! in the
inter-island trade. Along the water-front ell i
rasue ana ficimiy, wcue tne tmsmess portion of
the eitv. with its myriad of telephone wires, nabt
on in mind of a smut go-ahead American cityl
mwwu vi IMJ, UUUUJ IAJ U, bUCAl A3 UtCOtUia
icrenerallv raniosed to bo. Imnmrmer.ta r
the order of the dav. lie ant if ol homes Are heintr
coasixucicv to men uie nnu oi a population in
creasuifi in wealth and numbers. Nor is this pros
perity confined to Honolulu, as American capital
has wrought great chanfieson the other islands.
New plantations have been started, with their
Urce and eipenaiTe sugar mills and other neces
sary buildings; irrigation schemes on a grand
scale haTe been planned and carried out; new towps
have sprang into existence, extensive stores hare
been ooened. whaires have been bnill. and rail.
roadj have ben constructed to transport ccanom
kallj the increasing crops of sugar, while the tel
ephone has established itself aa cce of the nlanU
ex's necessities. Such, in brief, is the condition
of affairs oa the Hawaiian islands the beneficent
fruit of the liedprotity Treaty. A nation's wants
and purrharing power Increase with iit prosperity,
and as the Hawaiian KiTa. cTimnfifinT nothing
bat depend entirely upon the outside world for !
everything, and as, by the terms of the treaty
many American goods are admitted free of duty
this prosperity on their port means more business
for our merchants, manufacturerj. and farmers.
i ne people- ox ice Hawaiian man as aerate ix em
Bel res almost exclusively to the cultivation of un-
gar cane. As their land is more valuable for this
purpose than any other, ther raise nothing in the
way of hay and feed. The result is they depend
upon our farmers for erery pound of hay, barley,
bran, corn, and oats that they need for their stock.
Daring the year 1SS1, thonsantla of bales of hay,
and millions of pounds of barley, bran, corn, and
oats, together with hundreds of nigh-grade cattle,
horsed sheep and bog were shipped to the islands
from San Francisco, thus an additional and grow
ing market has been created for the productions
oi our rancnes. war lumper aeaiers must appre
ciate this market, if the millions of feet of rough
and dressed 1 amber, and large quantities of floor
ing, laths, shingles, pickets, and redwood posts
being f-hipprd there are a criterion. Our jobbers
of dry goods, lioots and shoes, iron and hardware,
groceries and provisions, and of other lines of
coods, feet the effects of tho treaty in Increased
oraers irom tne mercaanis mere.
With the GtATtirnr of new plantations come or.
ders for sugar-machinery of which our machine
shops hare furnished over one million dollars
worth eince 187C Some sugar-machinery has
been imported from Scotland, ma Glasgow manu
factory is represented there by a resident agent.
woo is nivays reaay io uraw pians nnu ritc esti
mates of the machinery nut up on the plantation.
This firm also mves verv liberal terras in the wsv
of credit to reliable parties. Thift of itself is of
great cniuuueraiion u uie planter just siAning, as
it costs him about as much for a sugsr-mill as it
does the Hirer-miner for his quartz-mill. Other
items, swelling the imports from Great ltritain
which nre not quite one-fifth of the total imports
for the year lfWl are the portable tramway, with
its locomotives and cars, and the steaia plow. An
agent of the manufacturer of these articles has
vifuted the different plantations, and as their nse
effects r great saving over ox-teams, tioth in tbo
tranRportion of the sugar-cane to the mill and In
preparation of the ground for planting, they bare
been adopted by many of tbe planters.
Another gratifyitiK feature of the treaty it the
manner In which it has benefited our ship-building
Intercut. IntbeycAr 187G there were two regular
lines of sailing vessels engaged in the IMand trade.
Now there are fire lines of sailing vessels and two
lines oi steamers, not including lumber vestwn
Railing from Humboldt Ilay, Coon Kit, and lnget
Sound. In the inter-island trade there was for
merly only one oteamer, where now ten steamers
arerimnu. All tbe additional tonnaro was built
on this rojut, by our ship-buflders. 'there ii also
a line of sailing Teasel from New York and Hus
ton to Jionomiu. iwo inagmncem iron steamers,
for tne rapidly increasing traue between ron xnn
rificonnd Honolulu, nre being built bv Crumn A
Sons, ot riiiladclphia, at a cost of one million
dollars. The carrying trade between the Hawa
iian Inland and the United States, being princi
pally done in American bottoms, is another source
of rerenne to American capital. Marine insur
ant and the furnishint; of shin's stores al.
yield their share of profit.
io buow tue lucreohr ut cuuiinerce, kuico ine
Adoption ot tbe treaty, between the Hawaiian
1 Aland 4 and the United States, it is only necessary
to stato that the arrival and departures at San
Fronciflco from and to the Inlands in the year 1S7G,
number jdnety ; while for tbe first ten months of
the present rear theT number two handrednnil
thirty two. The weal thy Islanders spend much of
tnetr money in America, asiney xrequeutiy visit
San Francico and other cities of our country.
Oar railroads, hotels nnd retail merchants profit
thrrtbv. Manv of their purchases beini? carried
awny as personal ejects do not figure in our cus-
'h-uuunc biaiuucs. JiiuiT tu mcir cuuuxen are
etiucnu-u :auur schools, is or are theso the only
benefits that our people receive from thotredtr.
Tho Kcciprocity Treaty has opened an outlet at
tbe Hawaiian Islands for American capital and
Mr Tt.oi-A hoi ln t.U . I.. f I
tion thither from the United States. American
lawyers and doctors are to be found there practic
ing their professions. The schools, which are
numerous, re uueu wan American teachers.
Americans who have started in business hare
been Rucccssrul, and American mechanics hare
found lucratiTcemnlovment in their vnrfnna Mil.
ings. In fact, American influence predominates
ju uuiciai, iuviuuiim',nnunewRpapcrs circles, lne
prime minister of the Kingdom, the judges of the
supreme court, and many other government
ofiicers arc. Americans. The great increase in the
sugar crop daring the iiast few years has been due
to tho investment of American capital, which has
yielded handsome returns. Three-fourths of the
plantations are owned by Americans and thoce
who are in accord with American ideas. Thus it
will be seen that the greater portion of the pres
ent prosperity of. the Hawaiian Islands Is enjoyed
or our cuuuujuiru wuu nave inyestea or settled
there. Much of tho money made by theso people
finds its way back to America for inretmpnt nml
contributes its share to our revenues, Tbe writer
made the acquaintance of an old resident of the
islands, nn LnglUhman by birth, on his way com
ing from Honolulu. This gentleman told him
that he had invested considerable monev in im
proved real estate nt Cedar 1 Lipid, Iowa. In
making a journey overland he had passed through
that place, and was much pleased with its appear
ance. Ho thought it had a fntnrn nml no ha
desired to make an investment in some growing
ctiy ui me uiiiitu oiaics, on nis return ne stopped
there and made, tho purchase alluded to. ihe
profits realized by the American people from all
these sources will almost offset the long of revenue
sustained by the Government through the opera
tion of the treaty. Etcu were thit not ihn mc
our Government could well afford to pay for
."vmeiinu. nupitiuncj on mesa isianus.
The Hawaiian Islands, on ncoonnt of their
ticu, nre destined to play an important part In the
jiuure commerce ui me l'ncinc upon me com
pletion of either of the Inthmntmnnla. thAvwtll
lie in tho direct route from. China to our Atlantic
Kcauoaru nnu j-urope. ine maratime nation that
then controls them will bold the key to the entire
comme rce of tho Pacific. The Kanaka race is fast
fading nway. When Captain Cook Wted theso
Mauds in tho year 177t, there were over four
hundred thousand people upon them. It is doubt-
mi ii me natives number lorty ihousand now,
iue nay iHuoi tar instant wnen tuis race will be
come extinct: ILc n. If our Runremnrv in m.iintiin.
ed, the Hawaiian Islands will naturally become an
American colony. With the exceeding fertl lity. of
its soil and its .healthy climate, it is the best sugar
country in the world, and here, if our government
continue Its present policy, will 1 the homes of
IUUU-WIUU1UI .AlUfllCi.lUi.
1th the abrogation of the treatv. nil Uifii.Jr.ni
tages gained through it will, of coarse. ce.iie. And
does any one imagine that, if tbe Eastern sugar
refiners should succeed In their efforts to abrogate
me prrrient treaty, mai our sugar woniu COStUS
less? It is diSlcult to understand how theresnmp-
tiuu ot uuuen iMi iinwaiian sngars can reuuee tne
price of the refined Article. Thtscanonly be done
thronch comnelint? refineries. Tbe R-utern refin
ers, instead of seeking to abolish tho Ilawaiian
treaty, siiouia uirect their efforts m extending this
BjBiera oi reciprocny to aieiieo, uentrai America,
the West Indies, ltrazil, and to the other sugar
producing countries of thin continent. Shonld
such a system 1 established with these countries.
the direct result would 1 the same benefits to our
commerce, oidy on a more extended scale, that
have been eiperienced since the adoption of the
tiitw.tu.iu j.ecjprucuy jrcaiy. rortue 3 ear imi
our imports from the Hawaiian Islands amounted
to $.",!iM.7yO, and our exports to &V71i&i For
the fiscal year ending Jane SO, lml, our imports
from Cuba amounted to fC5.C47.007, and our ex
ports to onlr 12J.'.3.a.9. From ltrazil nnr inirwirta
amounted to 78.1,406, and our exports to only
IfO-lili-Uri. llAdnurexmrta to Pnlin nn.l Itrnvil
lKrne tho same proportion to the imports that the
exports to the Hawaiian Islands did to tho imports
moraine 01 oar suipmcnts to uuua would naTe
Iteen about Sl,OnatU)0. and to lirazil about f 27,
000,000 a gain of millions of dollars, equivalent
to half the bullion product of the United States for
Ui view of the threatened lass of a laroe portion
of their Oregon and Mexican trade, through the
near completion 01 otner trans-continental rail
roads, it behooves the merchants of Kan Francisco
to see to it that our present growing commercial
relations w itli tho Hawaiian Islands are extended.
Although the present treaty has been of great ben-
eni 10 our mercnants mere 13 room zor improve
ment. All American goods are not admitted into
the Hawaiian Islands free of doty. A considerable
number of Important articles are excepted, nnon
which a duty U collected. Among them are beer,
fancy metal ware, carriages, ready-made clothing,
crocKery anu giasgware, urugs, nro-arms, furni
ture, hats and cans, iewelrv. milliner mods, tin
ware and wines. Upon tbe expiration of the pres
ent treaty, a new one should be made, more liberal
in its provisions toward the United States, in which
tbe Hawaiian Government should agree to admit
all American goods free of duty, and also to make
its tariff conformable to ours on all roods from
other countries. The benefits derived from the
present i tea profit y Treaty would then be Increas
ed, as the concessions on the part of the Hawaiian
Government would give us tbe entire trade of tbe
in hub, msieau 01 iwo-iuirus, ns nt present.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
A XI) ATiTj PA1ITIES ITHKIl IX
llonoiHtk at any of the IrUndi In tbe Oroip
In Want of Employocs
Will nl ram miVe their want Lnown to the notler.
lffiied, whonlllUoallln their power to All their orderi
P. C JONES. Jr. "1
J. It. ATHEltTON. J- Employment Committee
DILUNUHAM. J V. il. U. A. 5i kit tm
Tt.
OOJLLISTER& CO'S
GINGER AXE,
Soda Wnter and Sarsaparilla
Hirr never teen Eqnitleil or Exceltrl for
rarity or Excellence of Fl.ror.
Only Pure Fruit Acid
Pure Fruit Flavors, and
Pure Filtered Water,
I m:i i.v Tin: I'ltHwriATiciN or
tiiii: iini.icini k nF.vr.n vurs
Irlooai
dlXGER ALE .B( rnli ftt Doicr.
SODA WATER SO Ceal. per Dozen,
SJCSAFARtLLA 50 Cent! per Dor en.
HOLLISTER 6c CO.,
WHOLESALE AXDliETAII.
DRUGGISTS !
ASD
Tobacconists,
9S S3 XITUC STREET.
Steel Ralls
FOR
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Railways !
16 ft. lentTtha;- 1 lbs. to the rani.
m-eierf fr "Doke tt AVerrora."
from Urerpool.
V-Ar.pl; I.
tfS Mf
W. L. GREEN,
t. W. 3IACTAHIJOCE I c,
Aeat foe Jio.Po.lrr A Co
general trthsndise.
"PioneiBr" Line
FROM LIVERPOOL.
mil u nivipfi if. nn
i
i
iUi Hi VI
OFFER FOR SALE
From the Cargoes !
or mr.
Bk "OBERON,"
AND ...
Other recent Vessels
the rouowixo
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Prints of latest styles, fast colors ;
Illue Denims, White Crodon Sheeting
llorrock's Long Cloth!., Brown Linen Drills
Tore Linens, Moleskins,
Blue and White Check Listados,
Fancy Dress Goods, Fancy Tlaids,
Russia Crash, Scarfs, Ties, Cravats,
Crochets and Fancy Work,
Towel ings and Towels,
Men's White and Brown Cotton Half-Hose,
Ladies Hose, Men's Beady made Clothing,
India Rubber Coats, Caps and Leggings,
Regatta and woollen Shirts,
Bluo and Grey Horse Blankets,
Whito Cotton Blankets,
Woollen Blankets, all colors, sizes and
. weights;
Woollen, and Canton Flannels,
Velvet and Tapestry Carpetings,
Velvet and Tapestry Rugs, Carpets and
Mats,
Sugar 1I.U.S 20x30, Coal HAUS
Largo and Small.
Eice Bags, Prime IQuality
Heavy and Light ISnrlapa anil Twine,
SADDLERY !
A Full Assortment of
GENT'S SADDLES
Also a few very nico
LADIES' SADDLES !
Saddle Cloths, Bridles, Sic
GALVANIZED
CORRUGATED ROOFING,
In 6,7,S. and 9 ft. lrnrrlh (31 gnagc), Screws
and Wahrrs to match.
Roofing Slates
Fcnco Wire, Xos, 5, C, 7, and Stanlen,
Qjtntrat titjiandist.
BolU and Spikes complete.
Fire Itrlck, Portland Cement,
Klrc-naj-, Whiting, Chalk,
Yellow Oelire
English, Hawaiian, and
American Ensigns,
3, 5, and 7 yards lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt,
Dcmijons, 1, 2, 3, 1 aud 5 gallons each.
Galvanized Buckets, Tuba, Basins, etc.,
Crockery, Iron Bedsteads.
ZINCS, PAINTS AND BOILED OILS,
Worcestershire Sauce, Groceries,
Bnglish Leather Boiling, from 3'to 10 in.,
superior,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Test
Sizes, i
-io,
FLOOR OILCLOTHS,
WINES AND LIQUORS
VTZ s
'Tig Brand" Stout, in pints and quarts;
Guinness Stout,
Blood & Wolf cs Ale, pints and quarts;
Bass' Ale, in pints and quarts
India Palo Ale, in pints and quarts:
Belfast Ginger Ale,
Fine French Brandies, in bulk and cases;
Ilcnncssy a Brandy, in cases "
UIil loin. Cheap 11 randy in cases,
Cases Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
Duplcssis Red Bar " and other Fine
Clarets in cases,
Best Sherry, in bulk and cases;
Champagne in quarts and pints.
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
&c &c' &c. &e.
SO TI1EO. It, DAVIES A t'O
GREAT ADDITIONS
TO OUR FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua & City of Sydney,
Ship Chandlery & Ship Stores
Cortlaje, Hemp Mm Ma, Cotton PucV,
1'Ui CinT. Flax ball Twine. Ilceawax.
It lock.. Oari.SIuSlft; Miackte
Pair of Oalsnra. MooitS toil Tlilmblc. Club Block,
Miatch IIIncL, Iron Mrap Illocki, How Locki,
Matt lJ(d, Mnaluie and Patent Ilnihln,
thieves. f ltd. tlzea: block holm Tar,
Plica, Coal Tar. Tar Oil,
nrtgbt Yarnl ih, DUck YarnUh.
Wlte lUln-. Marline,
Seizins Ilonaellae, IUtlln,
bpunyarn, Canlklnj; Ironf , Cupper Tack,
Iron Tack. Connrrtias LI tiki, Marlin plkef ,
Caolklnz Mallet. Mi fcl HOopi,
Hand bkra, Pitcb Mop. Tar Prnthc( ic ic-
Paints and Paint Oil
A Fall AltortmeDt of AH Kind and Colon ;
Pacific Ttnbber Paint, new lot. Including all the
varlottacoloMi
BRUSH E3 S !
rlnt. Vmlb, I'enell,
Miltewi.h, I'aite, ArlUt.
Shoe, tfcrnb tnti bash,
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OV EACH i
jOlXOs cfi3 JBCo-toliotEi !
WOOD ASH MII.NULINI!:
nt LVXTERXs ASD bIDE LlCHTSh. Kesili-
llga Article,
GROCERIES it PROVISIONS
A Full AorUaCBt of Fine Groecrle, foclodinz
aoine Choice Varletlef of CsaoedGouda:
Ttblo Pie FtnlU. Jamtind Jtlli, nor article, pot
them aa being omcthlag rcaliy nice;
A w Lol tt Teat, Indodlng torn a anperlor Japan
Tarletlei ; bUO AH-Itolocd and Hair;
mm , liacos, Uird, 5motM Jltrt, In tint, new ankle;
CUItBlED TOVU
CVRR1E0 OThTERb,
FLVM PUDPINO.
KITS SAIJXON T1EU.IES,
KITS MACKEREL.
KITb TOXCTJEb AST) fcOU"D9,
Codfith. Cheeae, Oxford Sanwcr, la tini;
lULim, In -H, J, and half baxe ;
PfcVlea, In I llif. gal, ati . and 3 cat, e;
Com Hiarch. Tapioca Vcrmfcelh,
iisnnmi. imtn Apple,
Frames t Flnra,
Peachea. Teara.
Flour cfc Bread.
Oolden ttal Extra Famllr,
Eldorado, Golden City,
Vedlam Bread, Cnckertraa Wfcrtorat;
srr cnipi. i any, aajorm nioi urrad.
Sda. nicBtt, KICE AND COFFEE.
WHALE ASH 5FEBAI OIL.
fpEItM CANDLES, 4 anilfc:
ALL OF THE ABOVE
WILL BE
SeHat the Best Market Rates
F.6jers art men reapecifallr larited to call and
Examine Onr block.
BOLLBS cfc OO.
m m at i . y mi i .i 1 1 1 r ii ww s
ti www m ii at a u jm wi it j
V MS II - i IB STIV I I moIM lw s
1 - W It Mt fif E 11111 I -V
mi bi lv . nw mm w r im m
m m i m a www m wt tr s i i mr
am -' i jw wt m i yai tt m i ' st '
ew Goods by Iate Arrivals
FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
NEW YORK & ENGLAND,
Received by Castle & Cooke
ALSO. TO ARRIVE BY VESSELS DUE FROM ABOVE PORTS, AND
To kje Sox.1) at IiOIVjEST 1IATBS
GOODS
Suitable for Plantations, Country Stores
Or FAMILIES. Orders Filled at Shortest Xotlreaml with SatN
iactton to rrrliaers. Attention is Called to Our
Improved Paris PLOW
THE OSLY OEXUIXE PARIS TLOW. MADE OF TOI.I.H1IED CAST STEEL. ! (im,i
tqn.l,lt .t Btller.lb.il n, Meel Ure.kliisno. In lb.M.iket. X leVwK "m.ke?S
IIorM Hoe. Pl.l.etJr. Can. Knlre. ,n..U nriu,.f t. . "J . -
Sn.lb.. .Me nd Ilek Jlaltk. IMck, llt, Ad,e. o. Aim ud .tiee bSidleV; .KSivSi? "
Le.lherBell ,.s,?l13lMh, bet1ulllr: 1JU R.bber Ho-r. t, Tl," 1 .12 1 llSZot i'lLV.
OiDo,,.MIe, for bone and mnleeuu. 1'ort.bl. rot;e. E.sl.Al;ll.,tVlltaroVri7 1
u.pctoii.iid Asbevto. Me.nt I.ektn?. lwi KL.t l.th. KobtJi st.. 77. . . .
IlibbrtJIeUI, Ucr.Li.Uier and Uclnse, India Rubber Sleara raeklur.roo.iaI .id K.ie . 11
.i.oe.io.noneri.oierinr.udSieani ript: do.. .Vicblntrj Oil,: lant.caitor and eillider; Krai. 'rHit OH.
DISSTOITS CELEBRATED SAWS AND FILES, ALL SIZES
Latest Improvements in Shelf Hardware
llubbork'. II L Oil, at Very Low IUtc, Hubbnek'. Whit. and Red Ltad., ZUC, Small Palnu In Oil
S T I. 3S 3D DFS.T2" GOODS!
Dculm, Band Vox. Tickins". AC A. D and 11 Uleached and Unbleached Cotton. RnaU Diaper,
ltrown and Pleached Drill, Llocu Sheet lor. Moqqlio Lace Net, Bine and Scarlet FlaoncL
A Fine A sort mint ot Whiti Flan el Also,
STAPLE GROCERIES, Golden Gate, Star & Superfine Flour
Columbia Klrrr Salmon, llajo Dean. Alpo, c alitbrala Lime, rortland and Ilfdraolle Cement.
For Kerosene Oil We Offer THE PAT. ACE, and Guarantee
it cannot be beat for quality or price; also, thk
VXJXCATf, a good oil and above test:
WOODWARD & BROWN'S CELEBRATED PIANOS!
The I'lukiiejit (!ood Piano; Xew Haven Organ Co.'s Parlor Orcans.
If.
& CO., NEW GOODS!
DILLINGHAM & GO
TKO TO AOUXCXTIIATTlIKY
OFFER FOR SME
Tin Pollowini; .Mcrcliandisp just
.... I -D are now openlor a Splendid Aniortment of Good
lU'CCiVea PCI" from New York and Enjland. tonhlrh they rer reci
tal j Invite the attention of buyer. Tb Gooda harla
been bought for tah at tho lowe prices rollna we
tIohb to the recent adrancc ar oliered npoo exepllon
mw rTafTiyi ' 1 farorable term. Special ateatlon la called t
AsCtjX A. J JMX I THFJK euli linss of
AND TO ARfflYE PBK
STMR. HANSA
5
NOW FULLY DUE:
Cases, 0, 7, 8 aud 1 feet, Lest English Corru
gated ItoefiDg, Galvanized Jtidsing for
same.
litis, llcst Knslish VortlanJ Cement.
IMls. best Annealed Fencing Wire, Kos. 1, 5,
and 0,
IMls. best English Galvanized Fencing Wire
os. 5 and 0,
Coils Galvanized Wire Kopc, all sizes,
Hales Genuine Twilled, Blue-striped
1 btntnn Puller, dm. Urw.V mri.i.Uo hj.
(Or whlcu there is a number of worllilcss
ii!' I',nTsoi)b I&Xt-! C S Cart and teiag. Ax)e
Celebrated Hags, and llie great demanda Tor I
AUHICrLTl'HAL DIl'LEJIEXTS !
TlIKIlt
DBroEtlatirxBT Plows,
Mad. upon the .UKXetUcn. mt Hir.r riviere, bate
been pronounced bj competent jmte. to be lb.
Sntrogost, Easiest Handled,
And nioet effeetlre Breaker erer lnroduc.4 Into IM.
nurkcL
FULL LINES OF MOLHE PLOWS,
Fnrrow Flow, aeveral ilaea aid atjlea;
Oaba Xugu Plowt, ldo 11111 Jowi.
Doable and Ultvzle bhorel floti.
ffnboll Flown, K-lff andTelrrriph Flowa. 4e.
Harrow of different patlenia. IncUlos the Traraas
Talent Harrow, which haa met tlth. iQcb sen.
era! fafor dnrlnj the preajit teaaoa,
CULTIVATOltS, 1I0KSC HOES, A. c.
A Larse Ataortneii
them from tho planters has induced some
roanufactarers and their azenU to net up a
cheap imitation of them.
A Fine Assoifmt. ol' Crockery 1
Fudder Cnttera, Com Mill i. Ito.lnj XIII.
Uatdrn and Canat Uama .
STUDEBAKER. WXCON6,
With se&nlna Concord Axle Mil to trfto tb.
capacltr on hand.
Axl Urease.
LUBRICATING OILS A SPECIALTY.
Albany Cj Under OIL, Conpuand nd Cvpt.
KEROSENE blL.
A Splendid lot of English aud Frcnclt (iroccr
icn, (particnlars will be civen on arrival 1
of tbo Steaunuip " Hanaa." ALSO ,
A small invoice of beautiful Irish Linen Dam- .
asli, Sheetings, and Cambric Handtcr- I Iu 'Imuiium to roll, of tbe farorlte ELjCTBIC brand
chiefs, direct from Itclfast.Ircland. 1 I
A small invoico of thoico WATER COLOItS, ' ICEROSENE OH. STOVES
by Celebrated Artists. . . ... 1
Also, to arrive by Vessel now loading at i reat variety Mm.lhln,: pracUc.l a.le.tlrel, new.
l""9Su: ! J English and American Painand Oils
A Cast-iron Vacuum Pan !
0 feet in diam. by 7 feet deep, ! f3
!
I Vacuum Pumping Engine, 1 l.inch Cylinder
and 12-inch stroke.
3 Wrought-Iron Tanks, each 1,000 gallons
capacity.
1 Wrought-Irou Chimney, 05 feet hisb, 37-in
diam., 1 -8-inch thick.
1 Multitubular Boiler, 10 feet long, C feet in
diameter, with furnace, front doors, etc.
complete.
4 30-inch Weston's Patent self balancing Sus
pended SuRar-Curing Centrifugal Ma
chines, with tbo reqnisito independent
Iron Framing, Wronglit-Iroo Sugar Miicr
of 2,000 gallons capacity, with Stirrer.
Driving Clear &c.
ralnt and Wbltcwaib llta.ht., T.ii-.il.e.
ERRV AND 7ALE1T1NE"S
ROS. V ABNBHES.
A ITLL LINE. 1
Knbber Ubrden lloee. Eureka CottonIIiec
"ombj b ucu icia;.
I'ump.kd Hxdraulle ltam.,
Ponder. Sbut and c.n. I
tbm i!"1: Bab".t UI. Sbect Zl4
1 High-Pressure Diagonal!
Steam Engine J !
0-inch Cylinder, 18-inch stroke, with
OoTcrnor, Fly-wheel sud Belting for
driving Centrifugals.
2 Wrongiit-lron EVaiiorator.
. 1 o-slls. Steam Clarilicrs.
Role. TlC I'l.te. Win, ITlAf h
Sauce I'an. and Kry I'an., 1
Charcoal Iron.. Wooden Ware. i
SnELr HARDWARE Or ALL KINDS.
Tl and Labor Sarins UctIcmJ
A LABGE VARIETY of SCALES
I'latlorm (kale.. Dormant Healei, !
1 nlou Scale.. irocer.'aud Batter Eriefc
ramtlf Scale, and Balance.,
House Furnishing Goods,
A Kail Lin. of Tinware. Ant. Iron MrVf.
ico ireani r reef era rrom 91 w npivan4.
jt.uiuiuM .au .naira.
Lamps, Chandoliors & Lattorns
A SrECIALTT.
Call aud eiamlno 111. .lock befoee or alter ptnkatlts
eleenhere. r
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS,
wereil" ' Iol1,fJ wrefnlly and pe.na.tl7 an
DILLIMCHAM A CO,
105 FortStrnet.
FOB STIS!
75 HEAD GOOD WELL BROKEN
WORK OXEN!
Real Estate For Sale.
A Tery Pleasant ami lioomy fottage 4 LARGE DUMP WAGONS,
For solo! rB iuiuxo me.
ONE NEW GOOSENECK LW CART,
FOR HALE cheap for cah. or eaj- term aaj be
K??iI,':tH-.K1,tl'n'' b Brick Cblaner.nnd A"H1 t" Ik.undenljn at Ilokaa. Ilanait, nr I.
rly.!'.i'f., It001 "4 back. aHoTsImC 1 A. rIIAEKKK ,0. IIei.ta.
; ;-; "bed. SUble. roe t.o UKU. w. Wlt-l.ru.-u.
warranled. A !. . ' ' vl
.5?,?!,,T,:",U,I" Cott.Ie,a.Ilotnln- U
l7? ?i1i? Sn" rw'ir.nd. till Sao."
III.UU DTAJiuEawALll. JI D.
RAISINS ASD OUlHtASTS. SUIj-e-Si!lirl.,.WE"u
' aid iI
ro a; bv
BOLLEet Jt CD.
STEAM AND VACUUM 'P.OMFS
T'lreUXBETtSIGXEI) HAVE JUST
1 . .Mred iwr Tnrrfee.froDi So.tOlua fall a-
ortmenteltbrM celebrated rnmpe.wkkk ar. suaraa.
teed In b. ckentr and belli? Uan any otber njta M
fumplmpoetedV w call thaattentlon of platerri
kularlj tola. Vacuum rp-wbleb I'JrW' T
1 vnstiari xsa
rfr.iiMn Inuursn tf!
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