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nosoun.r. xov ar. iki. There hs hesn A little life Infused inn busim ' elr rlss tiil week. cntiiH by th- nrrlrs.1 or t Ii I M 8 8 AnstriilW from the toast. and the the Ifo Chnni: from Whampoi, Chins. Tni Australia's eiiro for llonolnlti nm small, Imt among the Import! was I' H. polil to the .imountof $ tO. The csrifo of iho Ho Chun? consign prinel pill to Chines mrclnnls fihe brought a large u,nin tit of miltinj; which n Ml relieve a scarcity exlitln of Lite In tho local miirk't The onl sailing rssssl from thecos.lt now discharg ing hctc In the Eiee lilor. Hhe hss an assorted carer of geaeral merchandise which km anxiously Jookco fur 0 oar merchant There l little wo'thy of note In the way of shipping Intelligence, Th Hawaiian schooner YVnlehii arrived from tannings Islands on TtieMay, and the American bark Amy Turner arrived yesterday from Ilostoti. The Imk Jennie puts from the pound with lumber, In report' edonlald a we pass our report to the printers. The following letter from the Coast will be of Interciti ... ... Saw Knjicisco. Not., 31 If). rlnceoiiradrtceperCltyof Sydncyan oetlve Jobbing trade ha eniillnusd In moil branches of buslnrss Thn nsnal fall rains have kept off, thereby enabling farmera to plaro their entire crop nniler cover, SL'UAfl Our snpply la ethanstcdj thu diminished receipt! from the Island the third quarter of the year, and lh fmlll snpply since, ilso Ihedlsm-istlntr. and de tention at return prts of two cargoes of Formosa sugar, has been quite an Inconvenience lo the trade, especially abthls season, when many localities are supplltd with all kinds of merchandise for several months. There It some Information of interest at hmd the last few day, as tho prices to be obtained for the next crop of Ha wilUn, as heretofore, are subject lo a eliding scale. TJi most Important Is with reference to tho great uet roll product of Kurope, " Kuronean advices of the sugar iniraei are sun lavurauie ror me Homing interest, on account of the continued bad reports rcspecllniMhc out turn of Ihn beet crop; and In addition to this there now seems to be every prospect of a short crop In Tuba, on ' acMiint of tho dry and unfavorable weather, which has hlnderetl the development of the cane." j i.'ilbin advice of October Zlih say, "rains have come I tn some pirts of the Island, but unhappily too late to ba of an benefit to the cane, which has been detained In Its development by the previous and prolonged dry weather. The deficiency in the coming crop Is esti mated at Ifv to l per rent, aa compared wllli the crop of 18?J-W." The Manila market Is weak, and last cable makes Insls fi.l'). New York, market Is (Inner, with an advance of H over last qiiotflllons, IttUK Tho last receipts have not passed Into second hands, about I.UMU bags being held by Importers at 0 els. A sale of 1,'JV) bags to one party was made at Bye. with a discount for cash. The supply Is Increased over last year. MOLASSES There Is none In first bands, and the next supplies will sell rrndllf at &l to 'liy, c, according to quality and size of packages, Free shipments are advisable. PIJI.IJ - TTo Inquiry the, consumption Is light. WIIAt.P. Of!. !alea of Arctic as low as 3S. Later In the season there will doubtless tin an advunco, nhen the wnaiers-cargoes are an uisposeci nr oy sale or snipment COI'KKK New York market lies asln rerpileil. Ill,, eu is nualcd at lH'ic TALLOW In gnul demand at BO0!c for good rendertdt'ind 7 a X 'lr refined. M'OOL Market strong and prices advanced 3 centa per poti ltd, . PI.OUK-0 f) KxTra ramlly..$3; bran, J!8, KIIKIOHTS-Ijisl charter, an Iron tesscl, 7.1., Liv erpool. Market quiet, lIXCHANOn CD days on London I9S49'ii New York tight 'i per cent premium. AHltlVALH llktneblla. Oct 23; schr Ilosarlo (from Hlliil, OctZI; Wk Lady l.smpson, Ort IW; bktne Hnreka, OclW)' stmr Australia, Nova; bktno J A Kalklnburg, JfovH; bark Kalaknua' Nov ltf. DEPAKTtntKH-HtmrCltyof Hyrtney, Oct SI; schr Jtoiarlo (for Kahiilull, Nov S; bktne Kiln, Nov 0; schr Kxcelslor, Nov 7; bk U C Murray, Nov II; bk Lady l.ampson, Nov It. , PltOPOHED DIIt'AItTUnKS-Ilktne J A Kalklnburg. NoviW; bktne Kurcka, Nova7; bk Knlskntm, Dec.V ' WILLIAMS. DI.MONI) A CO, PORT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. Nor SS-P M S S Anslralla, Carglll, from S F Htmr Llkellkc, King, from Windward Schr tlllauia, from Krhnlalele Schr Walma n. from ICnhala 30 How schr Walehu, Heynolds, 17 days from Washington Island Dee I China e(uir Ho Chung, Peterson, 21(1 fin Canton Hiiwatm Jaino.Makec, from Kauai 3-Ambk Amy Turner, ewe!l. 133 dayrafm Iloiton Am bk-Jcnny Pitts, Slevcrt, IlOdnysfrom PorU Htmr Mokolll, from Knnlnu. Stmr Lchiia. from liana A Molokal. Htmr O U Ulshop, from Kauai Stmr Kllauea llou, from Kahulul. a -Am bgttru T"W Lucas. Wentworth, fm P Oamblo 8chr Jenny, from Nnwlllwlll. ' ' 'SnUed. NovS9-P M 8 S Australia, Carglll, for Australia Lchvni. for Molokal and liana StmrC It IlUhnn for Kauai 9-Stmr Llkcllko, King, for Windward Htmr Kllauea lion, for Kahulnl Dec 1 Schr Kekauluohl, for llaualei Schr -Mannokawnl, for Haliamauln Schr llnlolo, for IIIIo S Stmr Juines Maker, for Kauai Schr Ullama, for Ilannlci Schr Wnlnialu, for Kohala . Sch Nettle Merrill, for Lahalna ' Schr I. uka, for Kohala tchr .Mary K Foster, for Kona and Kan Am bktne Ella, Tnrncr, fur SanFranclsco Vernela In Port. Jalnlt bgtne Nlcolaus Am heme Hazard, Miller Am bktno Ella, Turner Haw schr Julia A Long Am bk John M Clerk, C'onant Am schr Kxcelslor, Kustcl Am bgtno Coinuitlo, Howard Chinese etmr Ho Chung, Peterson Am bk Amy Turner, Newell Am bk Jenny Pills, blevert Am bgtne T W Lucas, Wintworlh Vessel Expected at Honolulu, from Porelcn PorU. Am bk Mohican, Berry, Now York, over due. Castle A Cooke. Agents ilrll bk Llxzlc Iredale, Mosop, Liverpool, duo Dec HM5T U Davles, Agent Hrlt bk Viola. Price, Llvcrpon), due Dec aS-30 Uer blc n V llarudel, Schrock, Ilreinen, due Dec 15-20. II HacUfuld A Co, Agents Ger bk Atalanta, llrcu.cn, due Feb ay-M 1831, 11 Hack- feld Jj.C,i,-.aent Oer H S Cassandra, , Hongkong, due Dec 5-10. II Hackfcld A Co, Agents Oer bk I. iiker. Kaeniana, Wharapoa, over due. Slug Chong A Co. Agents Swedish bk Hennlnu, Loiingren, Hongkong, Sing Chung A Co, Agents Am bktne Knima Augusta, Itai ens, Port Gamble, for Ka hulul, due BrltbkAlkslikvf,, Glagow, to sail middle Nov, O W Macfarlanc A Co. Agents Ilrlt bk Lady l.ampson, .Mnreton, San Francisco, duo Dec 5-10, G Itrewcr A Co, Agents Am bktne Kureka, Nordberg, Sau Francisco, due Dec 15-a), II Hackfcld A Co, Agents Am bk II C"Murray;, Donues, San I'ranclsco.'diie Am bktde J A Falktnhnrg, Hubbard, San Frmclsco, f .due Dee o-lU, Ctstle A 0ooi.ii, AguuU Am bk llnenaWlsta, Ottlhoun, Utauludy, duo Dec 10-15. II Hackfcld A Co, Agents Haw bk Kalnkaua, Jenks, San Francisco, due Decin-25 Am bk Liizio Marshall, Dnhler, Port lllakuly, duo Dec 15-20, Allen A Itobinsou, Agents. Ambk Kdwird Jlay, Johnson. Uostuu, loading Nov 2, tumerO Brewer A Co, Agcnw ' ' ' Brit bk Highflyer, Schhuiuann, Loudon loading Oct 1 - Agents Ger 8 S 0.ulntu, Hongkong, duo Dec 15-30, II Hack- feld A Co. Agents XT M H 8 City of Peking, Maury, Whampoa, due all Dec, II llackreld A Co, Agents P M S a Kealandla, Ohovallor, Sydney, due Dec 20, H llaekfeld A Co, Agenta P M 8 8 City of New York. Cobb, Han Francisco, doe Doc 25. II llaekfeld A C.n l-,.i. Ant. Urn Compear, llukholm. l'oit Gamble, loading Nov tii vll.'ll llackfvld t Co, Agents ,Hawbk Kilo. Ahlburu, Uremvu, tu sail Id Dec, II Hack , feld A Co, Ajcnls SHIPPIWQ NOTES. The Am bk Amy Turner, Captain Newell, arrived yuslerday IM day. from llostnu, beating thu Mohican - from New Yoak, so far 15 days. Hho has docked at Drawer A Co'n wharf, wher thn will discharge her car ir. Th Am bk Jenny Pitts, arrived yesterday with a cargo of lumber from Port Gamble. She has docked at the Esplanade. It I very dull along oar wharves this week, owlnp to Ih absenon of shipping, but a thcru ore a number duo It will probably en up again soon. The llaaard Is still laid up waiting her turn to load , for Sau Francisco. The Am bk John M. Clerk la at the old Custom House wharf. She has discharged all of her car-.-o and will all to-day for au Francisco. The Am tern Kxcelslor la at the Esplanade, opposite the Coition House, discharging her cargo or general nfrchandltn mint San Eranclsco. She will sail for Puget Sound early next week. The Am bgtne Contuelo hauled In to the eaplanade yesWrday tn load for San Francisco. She will probably , sail Ilia falter part of next week. The China Steamer Ho Chung arrived In port last Weduesitay, from Chine, with W Chinese, IU of which ro woman. She will tall for San Fraud co on Monday thelkal10A. m. It Is Mported, by letters received, that thure are three lory steamer to come Irom China, as will be seen from our lltl of vessels expected. MEMORANDA. lttport of the ItMa Australia, Carglll, Coiniuauder Cast oil from Hie wharf at 2tJ V. H.ol Sunday Nuyatlt, - passed Unldeu GalaatUlIB, and at 5:15 Purulloue light N. tt,4lulU' distant. Uxiicrleuced light wluds and cloudy weather op to the iMd, light uiitleady winds and clear weather prevailed up lo the 2!tu, met with luually and showeiy weather on Ihls date, recvlnd pilot oir HouotuleatotWJ r, , of (he 23ih. Aumvao t ban nuNajco. Nor. T.'Am bktne J A Fslklnburg, Hubbard, hence Oct. 10. Nov 8. U. 8. 8, Tlcouderoga, wroiiiwcll, heuceOtt. IU, Nov, lO. Haw bk Kalakaua, Jcuks, Ueuca Oct. U. Nov, , Am bjiuu Johu D. Spfcckels, lUutvu, hence Nuv.a. arokitii. ,. Uv-Ut. e N., Lou, ii Wl)nt bk Viola, Price, ' from Liverpool fur this port. Keporl of Am bk Amy Turner, from llotton to Hono lulu. Left llo-toii July Htu loao. Crutstd the Kquator In Ion 3f JI' W., 31 dsyt and 8 hours out. Was M days to Cape Horn. Kxperiruced very heavy weather, aud was biowu back from lou. 71s W. to Cape Horn. Wat 1 dtys Irom 50 8., In the Atlantic, to50 , In the PaclUotkeau. Lat.'JJ'wf' 8., ion. Jo w W.. slguallled Am ship Imperial, from Cardlif !ur Sau Fraud. co, 40 days oet. iKt. 2eih siuallavd Am ship Solitaire, from Liverpool for San Ftsuciaco, liudaytout. Nov. 15th it'iialuoj llrll thlp Eiler.lte, Irom bau Prancltco, Made Hawaii on the tb lust., aud from there to port had light lutnius brvriet. A. W, Nswiix, Ueport of Haw sch Walehu. Left Honolulu Oct. th for yohnson's Is. Oct. 16 km r.M. ral.ed Johnson Is. beating M.b.W. dltlauce 45 uillts. at suudowu being close in thuie; taiuo to auchor for the ntght, T miles utt aud sent a boat oil shore alter Capt, Couuiuck, boat re turuedat U u'clock. Otl I Tin toot up anchor, uud cut aroaud farilter to the W.atwaid aud auchored u I fath oms vf water Hi milts fcuui the buute ou shore, .cut a boat ou shore lo bring ou provisions acd baggage. Oct, ,lUi sailed for Pauulugs It. where wearrlud ftov. Mb, Nov, imh tailed lor W athlugtou Is., arrived on the 1UU, aud sailed -alu ou the UtU tor lluuomlu. Nov. V81U; . this day cuiue lu with thuudcr and llUlnlug, blowing , heavy irom N, C N,W,, H u)llgUi ianu tu slkt;cMild e lue Islauds of uahu, alau., tlawati, Molokal, Laiial. aUI)ooUwe aud Kauil; arrived al Hunululu Nov. ith,lt days liuu Wa.Uluiluu It. 11. T. Kt 4 xuu, MatUr. IMPORTS. From San f'rancl'co. p r ExeoMor, Nor M. K Hoff man, les drug; Holies ,t Co, 7.1 fs canned g tI, 78 cs groceiles; A Y P.lrlnrd-nn. I cs shlrtst c K W Milam, cs fnrmture; M .Me Inerny S i rubber goods; H West, a pkgl bows, order 13 cs C oil. I. cs tomatoes, !l cs peas, lues groceries! K A Maruden !2 cs claret; K I Adams, 7 cs lurntlnre; Wilder A Co. ft pkgs furnltnret U It Orlrrtn, 3cs) silk; I,wirs ,fc Dickson, iJSpkgs door" and windows; Allen A HoWnson, M cs varnlli; Wing 'hong Tal .t Co. 55 pkgs groceries, fj pkgs tobacco; M, Me Inerny, I cs hats. I cs dry goods; 0 W Macfarlane A. Co, 4) cs champagne, A Jaeger, It! c clocks: ,lno Kutt A. Co, 77 pkgs hardware; Telephone Co, ! lull wire; J I) I.slnc, M pk's marbl; I, tl Sresovich. iWlcs fruits and potatoes noir-chlaeger' A Co, IOCS dry goodsf C Afong, 10kg bntler, (!7 picff groceries; MeChesney 87 rkgs soipi Dillingham . lo. M pkgs imwder; Interior leparlment, fi7c caps; Hall ,fc Hon, mcs powder; T I! Davles, r cs ponder, order I.Vi cs grncirles; llyman Ilro. SI cs hale. 13 cs boots and mdsc; Hart llros, 6'l ts groceries; Nee Hop A Co, Me griirles. Wong I.ong A:Co,fiOcs grorerles; C f! Wo Chung, IWI cs groceries; Lalnq.tCo. (S)sks grain A W Hush, 150 i ska flour, S.Uiikgs grticerlesi A J Cartwrlght.SKbbls beef' tleo V Wells, lies toys! It ij Jk Co, M) !S sks flonr, 30 ski potatoes, 1Wcs groceries, I I'J c provisions! Whitney A ltobertson.:ics stationery; T tl Ibrum, 10 cs books and toys; C J Klshel, ir,c dry goods; Holies A Co, 'J bales duck; Phillips A Co, II cs dry goods; Holies trad A Co. 3cs cigars! C Oert?, Uca boots and shoes; llackreld A Co, 1 roll wire cloth; Hall A Hon, ft pkgs nail, order 21 cs nth, 3 bbls soda; Iltshop A Co. t cs bllllardware; H tl Inslle, I cs mdses M J Hose, abates netting, (Jnen I.cc Vuen A Co, 2 cs clrare. ltl li sks flour, 71) pes pi ink, .V. pkgs groceries: Hall A Son, Wc groceries; Wing So Tal x Co, iii pkgs tobacco, 1 pkg Iron, 8 cs midl cine; 1 Schroder, I pkg sklnti Ilnm l.nng Kee, iw is Chinese gmnls, tl bdls malting, 13 1) spirits, to sks corn, 81 cs groceries; (Jnong Ham Kce A Co, lio ij sks flour, 7b 'i sks flour, M sks potatoes, tt) sks com, :i bxs snip. 75 pkgi groceries; T H bavios, .TJ cs breul, 10 mst rice; Higclken A Co, (tl iikgs stores; Irnln A Co, 100 fcegs lead, m bills beef, V) bbls pork. Ml sks bran, tl." sks gr barley, 151 sks nets, !W sks barley, Us) hbl lltne, lll cs bread, 2 kgs nails, 7 bbls 1U cs oil, 8 Imlcs-baps, t piano, I Cs books, J cs itl.-cts. II cs groceries; w I, ,, r-ltlh..... L1 A V.l4.f.. IISI L2 .LH Sn... IN .., ... let, 57 tins cracker', l?.lsks birley, ajkgs nails, 13 cs paints. S'J cs canned goods, 5 colls rope, U pkgs hard ware, (rs bocits and shoes, 1 show case, lies paddlciy, 8 cs dry goods, lOcs sardines; G West, 13 pkgs furniture; n W Macfarlane. HI i bbls beer; II liradley, 2 cs laoles; S Magnln, 1 cs dry goods; S l)Ilurios,5pkge catlings; Dart llros, 1 cs cigars; tl W Macfarlane A Cn, .TtFcs whiskey, ft lank gasoline. 1 bx faucets; Wine WoTal, I roll wire; Chung Wa ( Co, an (j sks flour; Irwin A Co, M sks beans, n, sks potatoes; Lowers A Dickson. 1 cs moulding, 07 pkgs paints; Holies A Co, ltWtks pota toes; T II Davles, til pkgs machinery i (I r Wells, 1 piano; Wilder A Co, 68 pkgs potatoes, 2 in posts, JO cj paints. I ca hardware, Hi'i kgs nails, 150 m shinglea; Itoffsclilargfr A Co. ftcs cotton poods: J TU'strihnma. 1RWU sks flour, tf iikgs mdsc. 17 cs groceries, ft ca cotton goods; Castle A Cooke, U pkgs haidnare; W U Jones, "8 pliRs dvsks; Lewrrs A Dickson, 1511 in ehlrii'les, ;hjoO posts; 0 O Merger, I tanks gasoline; Hall Aoii. UUO ft cedar, TU pkgs hardware. 21 H ska flour, 25 pkgs soap, II pkgs groceries; P C Hopper, 1 cs stove, order VO hams, 12i sks potatoes, If) bis apples; A Wlllchard'on. I show case, 1 ca tools; llarkMil A Co, -IUU sks bran 58 pkgs potatoes, -IS mbrlik, 27 pkgs groceries, 125 cs bread. From San Francisco per Australia, Nov atltli I-.0 Forbns 1 cs tools) Castle A Cooke, H cs s machines: T G Thrum, 15 t.kga stationery toys etc: A JlcWnyne, cs bottles t MJ Kosc, I' pkgs nidsci Holllttcr A Co, Sil cs drugs. 2 bbls glassware, 3 cs tobacco; A L Smith 8ca h'dwiire! S Magnln,'! ca saddlery: Dr James Wilght 2 cs platid ware: J W Girt In, 1 cs plated warm A Krnft 1 cs inil-c: M S Olrubaum A Co. 8 cs b A lu...r, , mdse, 17 cs dry goods etc: A A Montuiio, ft cs glass: K tlrleve, 4 cs type: Kong lllng Lung A Co, Si pkgs groci Irwin A Co, 1 pipe; Hy man llros, ab pkgs d qoodsiGkk Kee A Co, 0 pkgs mdsei Macfnrlnne A Co, al kegs betr: Whitney A llobertson, Rlcaalntlonery etc(IJfl pkgschl neeo goods to order) C Afong. 60 sks potatoes: II lluck feld A Co, 1 bxcoln; Til Duties, 50 mta rice, 3grind- stones, 7! cs incite, W cs machinery: Kong Ylt Lung A Co, 4 csgroc: Chung WaA Co, .15 pkgs vegetables, 115 iokp grou: ooni;n ,v .o, iip; sk pounces, u cs uutlcr: J T aterhoine. ii cs cotton goods! Hang Lung Kce, CO Pkgalish: II May A Co, 211 pge lndse: C II Jinld, In bells: A V Ilnh, 31 cs groc: Hoflshlaeger A Co, lUbales gunnies: Sing Chong, al pkgs mdse: J W Hrjnnt I tool chest: O F ells I cs mdsu: (Jiiong Ham Ktr, !M pkgs l.l....an ....I.A. 1 fl ... 1.1. fk- . .. .. n. . . Jlullls, S Hubbard. S N Eniroii, M Mclncrny, A W jkiimuuriui, i in racn. , 11 Aiuxauuer, cs inusc: tier ger A Thompson. U pkgs gas fittings: II D A Co, Uci groc: r. P Adams, Miss Thurston, 1 cs lndse each: Dhl i rs A Co, fi cs d goods: Castle A Cooke, tl ca fruit: M Jli'Incrny, 5cs mdse. . From Washington Islanda per Walehu, NovEO. Irwin A Co, 15 tns cobra: Mrs Wilder 1 bx feathers- .Mrs Ilrlggs, ! bx feathers: 11 Hackfcld A Co, returned stores: A r Cook, boat. From Canton, per Ho Chnng, Nov m. Wing Wo Tal A Co, 100 rs sam shoo, 10 rls mulling. Ml pkgs croc etc; Kat Lun Kee, 4 rls matting 5 cs sam shoo, :u pkgs tn mdsc: Wong Luug A Co, lis) bxs sam shoo. 12 cs mdse ts groc, 20 cs arrow root: Qimiig Ham Kee, 7 pkgs enndy fruits etc; Hang I.uug Chan, !l5 cs sam shoo, 1 ca medicine: Hang Lung Kee, 20 cs sam shoo, 4 ca tobacco aw pkioi cli nidsci (Jnong Lee Yuen A Co, 15 cs sam shoo, II rls matting, 30 cs fire crackers, mica oil. Ul bx tea, 10 cs tobacco, -IVI pkgs ch lndse order IU) cs sam shoo, 55 tks, beans, lOOcs nil, 4(1 sks rice flour. Wmia lea, 5, pkgs paper. 551 pkgs mdsc: Loo Ngawk, 650 gronnd nut cukes: His Majesty, 2 boats, 3 pes silk; W F Allen, 2c sundries: Mr Spencer, I us mrisn: E HHcndrv, t pk Ilk. 1 pkg cross clolhi Couchee A Ahiing.l cs llk(2cs slippers: Wing Choni; Faa A Co. 5 cstobaco: Oil Chong A Co, 25 cs olives: Pul Ynmlong, 20 cs medicine, order 5 cs olives, 4 oars: Hop Kce, 50 cs oil: Sine Chong A Co, 23 wooded ware, 6 bamboo ware. EXPORTS. Z?tu8?i'"sy KHdAuck7aiid, per Australia, NoTfci". oti4 "' p"'"' 2 1'kKS V"'1T C""C' Vom Val .Jt'2' .sn Francisco, per Jno. M. Clerk, Dec. 3. 151, 400!b tl im rite, SI,8Uin cobra, 250 bchs bananas. Dom. value J723, For. do. $3,3'J8. For Sau Francisco per Ella, Dec. 3. eSOIb roflcc, 5Vl,4.1im sugar. 2,Ik5 gal molassas, 3UW gont skii.s, S.l.WJlDr Ice, 100 bchs bananas. Dom. valne 52,5.W 7G. PASSENGERS. Jor Windward Torts, per Llkellku, Nov ROth. His Majesty the King and suite. S L Austin wife and 3 cull drin, Miss Connor, W MrCandless, Wm Helms, ilrs Olto, Miss HrlL'emanii. W I.lshmaii. Mrs Glllan, E P Ilaker, Mrs McDulflc, DrT PTTsdale, Mr Northrjp Miss ,.I''?.n! San Francisco, per Australia, November 23th Mr Ml.on, D K Fyfe, Miss Pyre Mies KM Kverett, II Morrison and wife. Mr Crush) mid wife, Kev HGDon'on and wire, Emlli- Kruso.MIss E D Low , G W Cottey, J Hopper and wire, II E binimom, A 11 Spencer, Ills Lxcel ency W N Ar.ntlroiig, Mra J U Alliirton, Mlta Atherton. l)r A ,11 f Smith and wife, Mrs C Hruggnman, y? V McDittUy, W II Helens, H P Toles, V J Lowrey . ,Y L"h l.1!a,'.l.n,nt' wl,e' -Mr Frnnconl. Miss Wilkes, Miss Allen, C II Wells ami wire, DrT l'TI-dult-, C W Colbv and wlftvMr Oiiiiii, C T Enstmun, F llurchardt, J T rMi1nl .1 T?1,... .,..!.. , l.i.i ... .. ... '.. ... Smlja Mrs V Alto. FP ilaker. C J Gardner. Judge L llcCully, W yilutterUtid.J Piatt, TO Porter. Parker Makee; rnd M in thu steerage. U...1V- Vi , . .. t. ,! .V """"t vOMiie, u 11 Sn,,.",1M', .". loll, ,ul child, Mrs K A Williams nnil 3 children, J Japn fo and J children, W J Pajne. S t Pogue, Mrs M King, E Jones and wlfo. or Autlrulla, per Australia, Nov '."J Mrs Pflueer nd sertuut, J T Arundel, II Tos, T Gusland, Krom Johnson Island, per Wulchu. Nov 30. Capt JI S Comstock, W II Fojc, C Itoberts, and U nalhi, labor-, i 1''f10'P Cnoii, per Ho Chung. Nov CO.-JIra D Cope laud, Miss Copeland, and k0 clilncso. From Kahulul, per Kllauea Hon, Nov 27th. W O Bnillli Geo Edwards, Ahuuu, w Uu ud 2 children, II U Carr, Mr Lew Is and W) deck Prom Johnson Island, per Wnlehu, Nov 80. Capt H H Comstock, W II l'oye, C .'oborts and II native labor- For San Franclsco-per Jno. M, Clerk, Mayer, Mr Carter, D U Foster. Vnw U.. 1. , . . .... Dec, 3. Joseph Ju", J Kllday," JuVo'lirl'eu. "' "' r " BWt,"" Vns Muei 1 ,!. 1.. . tin. - a i .- .. MARRIES. J0M.b-U00D-At St. Andrew's pnPCnthtdriil.' Saiiirday, .Sot ember auto, by tho night Ilev. ihu lll.ho Ve1 i""V"vJ' f ".,-'at5,Jr '"".i11" Alex. MutUlnto,!,, Jlr. 1 . Jo.x to Miss Iuiba Wtou, both or this tity. BORN. In this city, Dec, 4lh, lo the wife ol 11, W. bchmldt, THE SATURDAY PRESS Published for the baTuniur pimea AssotUTinx by JtOUEItT tllUEVE, Book, Job and e'enerai Printer, Honolulu, II, I. The Hatcriuy 1bes cauuut vudertake to return communications, accepted or telrctcd, and we bale to reuuett correspondents lo uiipend their true iiumt. and adurvssea, uoi iivces-arlly lor publlcatlrn. If .,. de elretl, hut as a guarantee u! tho good faith of the writer. hi). biTl'lllur I'lliss, SATU11DAY PRESS. DEOUMJiMi i, lbto Wk liavo soon few juitriialUtic froaks Ui.it can be coiiip.ir-.ij with llie cciiitluct of the Re irts$ in rei;aid to iu orliclo licatlml ' Sumo UriiiKlituiiiiiutlt." It wju publieliej in tlio im tivu longno fr native roailorn, unci ahuwe.l up tliu iect(it Minutorial iruuble in an iiiitriiilil'ii) liglii, mid utteiiintoii tn Bliiri tho blumu Irom rvapuiisiblo tu innocent parties). Kimwiiiir lliul law "little liimlt-ii" uinJoutooU tlie imtivo tongue thoroushly, Vnd 8tippoiiih' tl.at tlioir" fuUe uiaotliuiia uml lniaroiroauilU,ti(ii.s written for the native population would eecupo tlieoyo of tbo "ftirvigner," their funded security tnmlo tliutn indieoicot and cuueod tliem tu muke reckla eiulomoiiU wliidi, under otliercir cmnelancee, they would have-boeii more cuiw. fnl in t'iviiit; to tlie public. A eoou, howtiver, a tlie xiiKsa began tu produco u literal truim lutiou of the urlicle, und give "Some more Kuliguienuitmt" to tho general public, tlie wily Ejurti drew iu it liurna and quietly iibaided, The article, in the Uf uuiuLer in which it uppeured, was marked " tu be con tinued " ; but the editor has evidently ihouht better of it uml bus decided to puatpojio iu reappearance iudeliuitely. As suoutis the pro- i.iii, ok Hiiiri-, ki i cirrpoiicii at ox nppies .u sks po tatoes, 8 bxs drd frnlti German Consul, W II Hciri, C Y Alona, A S Cleghorn, Hong Tee A Co, Snm Will Kee A Co, K Mltchi'll, Miss A Movie, A J Cilitw right, Castle A Cnoke, I) II (irllllli, Jlrs C'nrnwcll, A Kraft, J llutih tnson. Got't Hnrter. O S Cuninilm. Mm 1ntte. Mr Irorn Windward Poits, per Llkcllke, Nov 23 Thos Spencer, ,1 Hpemer. W 0 I'urke G Sees, M Tbonipson. T Prince CE Morris, A Kamu, J Costa. W F I toy, It W JttUlon. G N WilCOT. C Y Allinn 1 .Inrrll ll llf.,1. T prirfnr of the Kxprert learned Hint tho arliclo Maa lo bo tr.uinliited, nnd before ha hail seen a number of tho l'nKis cMntniiiitig the firit in Htalliiient of llie trniialalion, onme nut in nn editorial nnyifip; tl it t he was nut Id bo held lo pponsililo lor what nppc.trctl in tho nalivc por tion (if tho paper, lliid ho not known llnit tho tirticlo contained glnn'tii tiiisslilcincnl, he would not lmvo cried out before ho wnit-hiirt; would not liavo inndo nn apology before tho " little haolcn " knew that nny wrong had been done. Thun nnticiiiating, nntl knowing tli.il lie tleaervrtl rnnailro. tin tlimirrltf t,i alilnlrl hitnaelf with tho riillciilnii flt.ilonioi.l that he ' exercised nn siipervisitiii over tho unlive por tion of the JirnM, and wnn consequently not I reHpoiiaiblo (or it tillcriiuceH, I IiAnou nnd immigration uro still tho monk atirring lopicn. Tho ll'ithung has nguili ar rived 28 days from Wliampo.i. Tho ISO im j inigraiilR alio hintight, neoiii likely to pass into I the employment of (ho r own countrymen. The lnrtt trip of tlm .lii did not, wo bclieic, niipply a aingle Inhorer to nny but Chibcao planters. Them are now nearly duo by steam or Hail nbout 2,!)00 Chinote. Tho hitter, over due, more than ninety days out in suppiiHcil to havu mot with n t) plionti and gnno back to China or Japan to repair damages. Tho Cm , Kinutrn, Qninuo, Mtifoo, iutl' Citi of I'ekin 1 bhmild bo here Hhnrtly, nnd silch an influx of labiircri, coming iilmrmt niiiiiilliinuoiialy, wo iniio iii.y- noiiicwiiai miuiiiy uio prcicni rale of wage. As long ns tho Chilieso have continl of the hibor innrliel, ai they praclicullj liavo now, they v. ill piefcr tiMluiiiinid exhorbltaiit wages, and devote a pot lion to keeping a per centage of their countrymen in idleness, lather than that eacli man hIioiiIiI earn Ills own pay und live on it, or h ivo from it as ho likes best. Tlie system of largo advances is thuiuughlv vicious. To advance tho money is oYteu a heavy tax on tho employer, and yet ho knows that a considerable Hiiiount of it goes to tho support ol idlers, uml for the express purpose of keeping up an urtillcl.il rale ol wago lor un skilled labor. Should these nigh 3,000 Chinean arrive, to gether with llie expected immigratiiH from Norway, Germany and the i'oriutieso Islands in tho Atlantic, wo hope that something likon wholesome competition may urlse, ninl employ ers bo relieved fiom tlmcxco'tsivu rates they aro called upon lo pay at present, and tho cm ployed relieved from tho black mail lovied up on them lor the purpose of supporting their ciiiiiitiyincn, who are, not of necessity, but nccording to the rules of u sort of trudes-uiiion, unemployed. It seems a pity that the detention at Now Yoik of a largo portion of the European mail, has prevented the Ihrco Commissioners from icceiving their respectivo insliuclions, tho views nf their respective Governments, at tho same time. Tho American .Minister alone, we believe, has received from the neat of his Government an expression of opinion ou tho Into serious blunder of tho Bush-Mot ono Cab inet Tho action of General Cumly is henitily upheld, llie dispatch requesting his dissmisal relumed io llie Hawaiian Minister nt Wash ington nt his own request nud we undorsiatid that diplomatic iultrcoiiso will bo resumed with this Kingdom. Possibly tho British and French Commissioners, may receive similar itistiuetions; this however lemailis to bo proved. What a lesson ought wo to learn from this business! " Put not your trust iu Princes" has passed fiom tho Sacicd writings into an every day proverb. We will go a step farther and Hay to Princes especially " Put not your tiust in prnrasilfi. " Tho multitudinous evils which might have been inflicted on Mis lillle Kingdom, hylhat littlo'knot of men will never wo hope be known. V Government entrusted to mon not ono of whom can, by any sort of friendly interpreta tion bo described as a statesman; men indeed utterly unpractised in (liiccting impoitant af fairs, public or privnie;fmcu who could not in dllei an ordinary o!)icjiii. letter ; whoso very official ulloruncu8, though corrected by thoir cleik wero still so crude nnd imperfect as to excilo tho suspicion of all lo whom they weio nddicssedf'iiru not the proper persons to bo placed at the bead of utlaiis. When u great statesman of Ameiica or Km ope ha to cor respond with a Utih or Moreno, the task i.i n very tiying one, and ought nol to bo put on him. Among Picsidential elections in America, anil Eastern questions in Europe iinjl Asia, these litiln iiiiperlinences uro a imiro nuisance to those called upon to leply. Wo mosi carn esily wish that tho wliolo Cjiiiespomlence, from tllH Mfiror.fi noioiirfl'ii,,, f tl... T?..r..l.... Ollice In Ihu pieseut moment'" could bo given to tho public. f Foreign .correspondence recoived during tho absence of the King ul course cannot bo luado known, but wo hope that iu duo, lime all iho papeis refening to this serious blunder may be Hiibinittcd tu thu opinion of tho3o best quali fied to judge those who p ly. TOPICS OFJTHE..DAY. Eni.ioiiti!nmi:ntwanti'.d. OnrJOnlightcn cr promised to continue his enlightenment' but somehow his littlo caudle seems to have irono out. Latk European mails detained at Nuw York could not bo got through to San Francisco bo forotho Auslmlt,. sailed. At this hoiisoii of tbo year eastern anc European mails aro lia blu lo .cteuiivu by snuw drifts in tho Sierra Nevada iiiountuins. Tub now palace is bursting out into what Dickons calls " a favorable uiuplion " of 11 ig ktiiffs ; thero is ono ou each of tho non-doscripl excrescences which deface tho roof-six wo think. How they will creak imd gruan nnd ini tio in every high wind, and how leuky will soon be thu niiecr Htrni-inrKd ilm.. ,..-.. i..i. into I Last Saturday wascelobrated as a public holi day, being tho Anniversary of the recognition of tho Independence of the Hawaiian Kingih A roviow ul tho tinnps wub held .it Miiikiki, a cnket mulch between tho Foundry und 11 0. 0. at llie same lime and place, a tiotling match tit Kaiiiolani Park, all tho Consular flags hoislcd, the (.hips iu llie htiibor dicsscd, and a suliiio from Punchbowl at nooiisignulizod it us u gala day. Wk aiu glad io sou the telephone undertak ing prospering as it deserves. Some novoiity subscribers aro illicitly ou thu list, and thu intelligent aud obliging niiiiiugors aro extend ing their opoialiong in ovory diiection. Form erly ono person could cointiiiiuicnte with un othor; now, by Iho Central oflico sysium, every Hiitwcriber can speak lo ovory other. Tho whole system is a master- piece of ingenuity, and thu community may congnilulalo itself on Iho oior-iiicreasing means olfadto intercourse, hvery post iu the town and suburbs is receiv. ing ciofcsbars for carrying nunc wires. The lines will bo, us soou.as possible, can led up to the Ice Works, and f(om houeo to thu resi donee of His Excellency W. h. Green, lio I'leiuior. Meanwhile thu lilt Iu lolls liuklu cheeilully iu the mini nnd till kuWiiberb aro plean-d with llieit venture. Lack of space uccuslnned Us to omit, in our IllSt iti.-ilte. UIIV liotleo nf llin n, irrl ,,.,. .,!' HI., Jones Bhij. wiih Miss Klotence Wpods, both of this city. Tho i-eiuiiiony wna performed iu thu English Culhedml by the Uiglit Itov, the Bishop of Uuipiiniu, ,,sMtul by the Uuv a ilaokiutosh. The Ilev. T. Blackburn and ihu full choir weio iu attendance". Tlie chancel Hereon was beautifully decorated by Her Maj esty Queen Eiiunu -a graceful recognition or the esteem which sho feels for ilia bride, who Yusiiuply and. tastefully utt ired ill white, und who was givmi away by her lalher. After the ct-roniony u group of personal friend useoin blod ul the now homo to rjffor their congrutu lutioim. A number of wedding presents, etino excepiionally valuable, wero vewod by thu guests. A HisviKW was held st the Maikiki grounds last tsuturduy. Some tilty men were put through the manual und platoon exercises, slid the elementary company movements, forming Jours, marching und countermarching by files, fours, sub.divisiousu'ud section. The words of command wero given iu a .harp soldier like manner, nnd oboyed briskly and in telligently. A half bittory of field pieces was on tho ground, at d a sqnnil of recruits clad in a strange cohoo-colorcd uniform but with n de Hghjful riclyof headgear. Tho band too wns in all' mlancc, nnd the wholo army march ed oir to i ho cheering strains of Piuaforo lu very creditable stylo.. His Majesty tho Kuig was present and evidently took moro interest in our galtbtit defenders than in tho cricket match which was going ou ntthesnme timo and on tiio same gronnd, Tho style of mnrcli ipg, tho throwing forward of the feet, nnd the swinging of tho nrtn, wero all emphatic. illy of the Gorman school. If the gicat inlncfad Jtiilia should come "winging lis way" i,n poetically suggcsicil by Iho Atlttvlhcr, hither tn lo.instnto Moreno, wo shall see what wo shall see. Thk agricultural interests of theso Islands, with iho exception of cano and rice growing, seems to bo retrograding instead of progicssilt,'. Thero was shipped to San Francisco from tho port of Lahaina alone, from AugiiRt 28, 1810 lo August 10, 1850, 20,121 barrels or Irish potatoes, 3,001 barrels of sweet potatoes and 3,300 bauds of oranges. This was afior supplying iho demand forhnmo consumption. Now wo import our Irish pota toes from California and Now Zealand, pay cxliorbitant prices for them and often get a very poor quality. Why can wo not nt least supply our own demand ns well as iu 1830? Tho ex ortaliou of oranges to the coasf is now unlhoiight of, yet wo know of no reason why a profitable trade could not bo built up. It is truo that California now largely supplies her own demand jet sho is n largo importer of oranges from Tahiti, twico tho distance from San Frai cisco that these islands mo. If tho (utility if ouroimiges aro inferior would it not pay to itnpiovo thorn as others do? Dining tho same year 601 do'cil eggs wero also ship ped to the coast. Now-eggs sell in Honolulu at CO cents for ten nnd 1 the supply is limited and the demand constaijtly incrjrAilig. It is poor economy loJ"iSUBiJt' agricultural re sources of ttraataaaJajItyjTIlo cultivation of one or two crops A cntCKr.T match was played on Saturday iiftoiuuoii between nn eleven of tho II. C. 0. nnd cighicct: of the employees nf tho Foundry. Onlyti fow of tho good players on cither side put iu an appearance. Tho gamo was not finished, ns tlu stumps weio drawn when there leinaiticd ono bat to go in for tho Foundry, still the gamo was in their favor. II. C. C. scored 100 in two imiligs, the Foundry men 117 with one bat not put in. Neither the bat ting nor fielding was of tho highest order. Wo believe Iho II 00. could produco nn cloven which should beat twenty-two of their an tagonists, somo of whom had evidently novor played before. We append tho score. Honolulu Ikon Woiiks. 1st 18. n, x ,S,T.,I,N?'""'?-. "!tl CHINOS. Clark c Whitney h Terry 0 li IVrry 0 Kelly h Harrison 10 li Terry 0 Young h Terry 0 not nut 10 lvr-s lillnrrl-oii s li Whitney I hcorluifujur 1) Harrison 11 tl Wiillnijy 1 htrow b Terry 1 li Terry 6 Allen b Harrison 4 li Whitney 0 1 1) Terry 1 3 b Whitney 1 1 not out 6 7 li W'Mltin.. fl More run out Ajlelt c and li Whitney lluchanan 1 Ilnrrlson lolllson u I'trry AshHorlh c and b Terrv 1 1, IWrv n Hoe li Terry 0 1. Whitney 6 Kelshniv c .Mny b Harrison 0 b Terry 0 Ward b Ilnrrlson (I c Harrison b Whitney II Urys.-in c .May b Harrison a b Whitney t William notoul 0 bl'eriy n Ollflllnu b ilnrrlson 0 To bat llyes S Wldua 1 fl ilyca 10 Widcs 0 10 Total 47 Total 70 H. C. 0. 2nd Eleven. 1ST iNNINna Harrison c Howe b Scrim, Snb Inninos. u ,ger ,e , 1 cAylcttblvcs 4 hearl c Htrow b Scrlmeeour 0 b rJcrlmcruur 2 31 ay c lluchanan b jlolll- eon 5 c Brysoa b Scrim- Perry b Scrlraceour 11 1. Mollison 4 Whitney b Scrlmgtour 0 c Glurk b Ives S Sullivan b icrimeour 6 clluchuiiau b Scrim- fjctiiir 8 Hcwctt -b Jfolllson 3 c Kclshnw b Scrim Clark c Allen ijfolllson 0 b sSfmgroar I Hosa bMolllson ' 0 lbw bifolllson 4 OilTard not out o b ilollieon 0 ScarborotiRh c Alsivorth b s"-,rl?lR'.0"r ! not out 2 MeysS W Ideal 3 118 4 Widca 1 5 Total Total &3 The stc5rncr J,itc!lh- will make an excour sinu trip to Hilo next Mnndai-, for tho conveni nionco of iiartics wishing to see Iho eruption nf Manna Lou. F.uo for tlioruiiiid nip 0. A. I,. SMITH , II AS Jnt received, per schooner Kxccrslor, nnd steamer Austrjlla, a lino assortment of foods sultiiblc for Christmas, anions uliicli nr a new Involco of JInrldcn Quadruple Dated Ware, Tea, Dessert and Table Forks, Tea, Descrt,and Tabic Spoons Salt Spoons, etc. dent's, Companion, Cigar Cases, Velvet Hags, Chatelaines, Thimble 'Cases, Fancy Boxes, Celluloid back Combs, Easel. Vohet Cabinet Flames, Autograph Albums, Scrap Honks, Tapitrlea asstd., and a choice assortment of Good and Substantial Toys, etc, etc. 14 It Walthnxn Watches. From tht Sydney Dally Telegraph, June 2fl, 1880. The Wnltham Watch Company havu been awarded tho only gold niediil glten for waltl.es at the Sjdney Inter national l.xhlbltfoii and are tho only exhibitors In any class from the United Mates who have received this distinctive recognition. . JI. McINERNY. I Snirt AfTpnt fur fix llnu tll.m I.1..J. --...,,.. tMi. llU'tHilItU tCIUIIUF, NOTICE. A SKSri-AlVNUAls rEETJlVG OF C. the lloardnf Trustees of tho Queen's Hosnltal will be held at Alllolnnl Hall this day (Saturday), the 4 December, IbBO, ut 11 A. x. Ter onler. "' 14 It F. A. BOIIAEFEK, Secretary. NOTICE. rpiI13 ItKGUriAIt MUSTXKSS nCKT- . !nK of M1.? "ni' Llhrary and Itendlng Unoin Association will take placo this cvcnlni; ul 7W o'clock As mutters oflmportance will como before ihu meeting a full attendance la earnestly desired. U Hi A. PAHMBI.KE. Secretary. STORE! TO XEJT I Handsoniely Fitted. ' All Ready for Business. nn riCKKHIStl A CO, SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT, Richard Street, Between M erebstut and Quceu Streets. Board tl per tock. Fresh eccs each mnrnln- KliP Mo il . I.a. . fiLi.T- . -". ' lie 4'lfill JIJlfB, VI1ICKC keni drMscila or" as re- qulreit BcjfTea,anl Houn. t nil huur. 143m ALFiiED a. HUUailTOy, Proprietor, NOTICE. rpiIK UUKHBIGNKD HAVING .liw .l'n. "P" nled by the Court as Administrator of the .statu of Charles Inj, diccased. renuesl all part lea Indebted to the Estate, lo mako lininedlate dpaymen and ull parties havln-f claim airalnat ilw tald hsiate t.i present ihcui for aottlcwcnt to tbo undersign wlthlnst sir mouths from iltte or th'iy will h f.wavjr hired. Administrator of thu estate of Cius.'i.ii.no, dec ase'dj Honolulu, yuyciabcr 1st. !&). W7 It am ASTOR HOUSE DINING AND LUNCH PARLORS. Xos. 7G aud 78 Hotel Street, HART BROTHERS, Proprietors. Itourdby tho Day, Week or Transient Cigan, CigarettM aad Tobacco, Soda WmUt aid atbur Icd Drinki. Meals Srvd in Firtt-ClaM ityU AT IU UmVmTM. UENUY J. HAUT, 886 8 . ,ELLM A. IUBT. COFyKK-OLD JCOJfA COFFKE, It For talc ajr BOLLKB Co FARM FOR SALE. IJOAJit t.sn Titi i-Aiin. i:r Rt . up eclpts $1.7) p,T month 1 Apply to ! E manor, Oor't Surrey Ofucc. or W School Strre 10 235 4t TO I,KT. rywo sriTEs or hooms, onkj JL nicely furnls IiimI, anil the other linfntnlshcd nice Jarue ant! airy. Also stable for hursc. WI Ilerctanla bt. II 1m lI'TP.TTTrTI Cit CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY AND GROCERY. fl Itn. Ill l.llllut .Slrcel. ly Wailuku Poi Factory. BKST (JUAIiITV OP 1'AIAI .MAN ufactured constantly. All orders Mini with ills, patch. K. II, HAII.KV. H ly Wailuku. .Maul. H. W. SEVEKANCE, Itawallnn Couatil & Commia-ilon Morchnnt 7 ,1111 California St., Cal.. Hoom .Vo.-I, ly ori'icn roifuiiNit IX THE SKW .MASOXIC llATAt lliillilliiK. corner of tJnccn and Tort sts. Apply In 8 U.S. HAltroW, NOTICE. ATiT. TK15SOKS IXDKllTKI) TO , k t nilcrslened are requested to make settlement wlthlt o mouths from date or their accounts will be put In the handt of a collector, II, A. IIKHN. MaKawao, N'oTcmber 13, 1830 l-i 2m NOTICE In iiKiti'.iiv iivi:. that tiii; iiim.iiii', IiiiT ilnills have been loit, nnd that Iho payment of them has been stopped, vlai No. I fill, drawn by A. Pralt, Halkn. lor S1.1, on On.tle ,V Cooke, favor of Kannnat No. 2,16, drawn by Haiku Snar Co. No. 8, for $'J0. on Castle ,t t'ooke, fat or of bearer. i:i). iiur-psuiit.Ai:onn .t co 10 lm Assignees of T .Mo I of lliilkn. noticeT I7HOM AKJD Al-'TKH THIS DATI5 no shooting of faille or any Pticclecs of tlld fotl lll be allowed upon Hie lands comprising the Knhiiku and llonoullull Hitiichrsultlinutthc urlllrn permission of myself or of my Agent, Mr. Ccrll lirovtn, and nil per sons found trctpn.siiic upon said lands will he dealt with according io Inn. JA.M11S UASITHKI.l,. Honolulu, November 20. IW). li It For Sale or Leaso. A IHXIIIAIIt.i: I.NVKtl-.IIM.M-. Tlio Vrll. known tiremisea nf the iindorsti?neil. situate nn Klnc street, tojcther with the furniture, etc., of Hie same, If desired. The house has I! rooms. Is In pood order, and Is well-furnished lliroUKhout, thus irltlnu nn excellent opportunity lo p.irtles desirous of coiitlnului; Its lonir-establlslied uuslness. 1'or further pnrtlcnlnra apply to lit tf THUS. l. TIlltU.M. Valuable Land for Sale! a LOT 01:' JjAXJ) CONTAIN! Xli r about vlfl acres, situated lu Nuiiunu Valley ' miles from the City, enclosed by a substantial fence, with a good house Wi:ti feet on the premises. Is now tillered forsnlR for cash, or upon the Installment plan, I.lbiral terms will be luado to the purihaser. Tim above l.oi Is ery desirable for pasturage. Tltln perfect. For partic ulars, apply to T. C. JONKtf, .1 it. 1J t At C. Uruwer Co'a TliGS JjKAVE TO INKOH.At UTS .1 t friends nnd tho public generally that ho Is now prepared lo do all kinds of tYntch Ucimlriiijr & Jewelry Mfiniiritctiirlnjr. In the bet manner, and satisfaction guaranteed, Ho would also stnte tint nil watches left by -Mr. Wcllcr are now lu his charge, nnd will be attended to promptly. i iiiiiiixiiii ior past iiivurs, huh uopes lor n continuance ot llie same. .MAX IIUKAHT, ,Ii ewelcr, c. Honolulu, Sept. SO, 18S0. Bl'J Jill ADMIinSTRATOR'S NOTICE. 12? THE .MATTE It OF THE ESTATE JI of S. AIKANAKA. deceased. The linilersli'iiril. linv. iiic been uppnlntid Administrator of the Estate of S. Alkaiiaka, deceased, hereby nUcs nollcu tn nil those hating claims ngalimt salil estate lo pirsent them for payment, with Uio proper touchers, within six months limn the datu of this notlco or Ihey will be loreter ' lurriwl n.,.1 nil !,..... l,1nl.,,.l l ..1,1 ...... .... l. ... requested to mnkc ImniedLile pnwneiil to the under tlgned. W. II. HAOI,KIl()OKANO. Administrator of KMate of S. Alkni.aka, deceased. Honokalu. llainnkua. Hawaii, Nov. 1.1. 1830. Ill '.'t L. G. SUE30VICH & CO., IMPOUTEHS AND IlKALKItS IN FRESH FHUITS& CALIFORNIA PRODUCE ALSO INuts ot" every kind ALWAYS ON HAND. Fresh Eastern Oysters in the Shell KUOEIVKD BY EACH STHAMEIt. 1 NOTICE-POSTAGE FREE. THE 1IAJVAIIAN COMMERCIAL AND ILLUSTKATED DIRECTORY AND TOURISTS' GUIDE Containing over 750 pages. With Twelve Lithographs OK Scenos of Interest in the Islands. Br Tostage free o Europe, the United States, nnd tho Colonies, on receipt of tho price with name nnd ad dress to whom sent. Address OHO. HOWSKlt .t CO., Publishers, B37 11 lm Honolulu, II. I. MRS. D. CUDDY. NURSE AND MIDWIFE .mi. -jt Ai.viii:. NTUt:t:r. Ofllro hour mini I A, M. lo 0 I. St. TO ArIH)M IT MAY CONCERN. Wo the undersigned, citizens of Sau Francisco, do hereby certify Hint wo have known Jlrs. I). Utiildy for seterulyenri In this city, as u Nurse audi. Mkl wire, and we cheerrully rvcommcud her as u competent aud skill ful pcrsoiriu that caput ily. K. D.WISE. Jl.Ui 11. S. DEN, M. 1); M.M.KNOX. M. D; W, LOOKIIAHT, M. 11; J SET11 KEItTZ, M. II; I hereby certify that I havu known MHS. 11. CU11DY, for tho past three (J) years, and always believed her to be an honest, upright nud faithful woman, and of good character. ItEV. KATHEll VKltUAOUEIt. Although not personally acquainted with MItlt. CUD DY, but, what from prominent physkans nud others lint c told, the Is very hlelily spoken or, as an able, nnd skillful nurse und midwife. WAITEK LINDLEY.M. 11., 11 lm Hiallh Olllcer. e GZZ 'Si ! gi5-B2 -5-i UX L "- o-3 "Z iEpa.5r: 2' r? L K "r aS53 55T57:S ; e a r a .i' .cr ; H fcj c a a 3 a ii Tot Sals by A. H RICIIARDMOIV 4k Vm, T am Comer yon and Merchant its., Honolulu VODOaNO XZOT7M3D C'NATKH UV 4r UILAUKA, ' ' W. II. LEXTZ. MANAGER. rienty to eal. rpniln r, clean bedsTand th. best tlrndauc on tha Hawaiian ItUnd. Vl.u".t.!Wril,f " nnaiual display of volcanic actWm will kindly sits Manager at least tea days notice ! tae wtathur, aud from cloten lo lbUU la f sui. m J3 fi id - s btro $6,000 $6,000 EJXCLUi3IVI3 ciEsisriiNrcst- OV THK MAMMOTH STOCK OK NKW DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING, CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. AM. DIKKOT FHOM NKW YORK, riIII,AI)KLPHIA AND KUHOPB. POPULAR PRICES AND SQUARE DEALING! I Invito tho public lo cxiunino my Magnlficont Stock of Kiiroponn nnil Amcrlerm Dry Ooodn, which is without iiticatlou tho ,irgcst and Best-Solcotod Stock in tho City of Honolulu. My prices for porfpetly I'U : Wi:W IMIIUH'S nro iKwIllrcly towcr.tlimi nro clinrRcd hy other Uoiihm for U.1, NIKII'.WOIM, HOII.i:i , under tho Riuao of I.I.Is. Don't be Deceived, Come and- Examine for Yourselves. KXAMINK MY linMJTIl'UIi ASBOKTMMfT OV Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiory, Fanoy Goods, Trimmings, Clothing nnd Gonts' Furnishing Goods. ) CENTS' NEW CLOTHING AT GREAT BARGAINS.-" 1 Invito n careful Inspection of my Good nnd 1'ricen. NO T110UJ1L12 TO SHOW GOODS. Ordow from tho country cnreftilly executed. CHAS. J. TISHEL. CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR, 810 .1 I'llllADIt t'OKT ANIs IIOTI.fi HTB. FOR THE CHRISTMAS ANEW YEAR'S HOLIDAYS ! A (1UEAT SIlIUMtlSK TO HONOLULU F. HORN'S BAKERY ANIl-riONllUK STEAM CANDY FACTORY 71 Hotel st. Iiut. Fort anil Niiiiiinn. Tlio nlmvo wnnltl ri'spcctfnlly cnll tlie nttcnllou of lollies, llo.uls of Fmnllk's, unci lliu 1'ubllc griicrnlljr of these Islands tn HIS EXTENSIVE STOCK IN PLAIN AND l'ANCY Confectionery and Cakes No er seen In Honolulu before, consisting nf suirrnl thousands of llie N'llWKST DKSIUNH AW11 NUVill. TllS of New York nnil (JlilcitKo,Mich ns Clirlstmns (lift lloxcs, Jaiijo ussurliiieiti of Christmas Troo Ornaments, Clelnttiio Comets, (llinViilnuts, Mnllo Hearts, llounclng llables, Cuplil IMctures, batcliels, Vhscs, I'lai anil llui luw hunr figures ninl AulmaU of nil descriptions, Frill I Clusters, I'.iinirjin.i Eggs, mill many otlierurtleles too nuuierouH to specify. Also u few hundred pounds of his delicious SOFT CHOCOLATE CREAMS, llnnil mniln Creams, llwiMo Caramels, Tnre Fresh (Inm llrops, and several thousand pounds of Pure Homo Jlnile Ctinfoulloncry In (J real Variety. Fancy Boxes, Hurprlses, Cornucopias In all sizes. Cos tume .Mottoes and Cnssaques, nud a very large assort ment of Eich and Plain Fruit Cakes, round, Itmmd and Mould Sponge, Pyrnmirl nnd .Icily Cake In all sizes, ornamented iu his usually rich style, ami plain. Clirlstmns nnd Tfew Yenr's Minco Pics Ofltlchcst Quality. MINCE MEAT FOK 8ASE, F. HOUN rcspectriillyrlnvltes tho Public and Dealers' to Inspect Ills largo stock before Importing or buying olscuficre, us his Uumls ulll Invariably be sold the Cheupe.t. 1!! Administrator's Sale of Meal Estate. IN Tina MATTKUOFTIIKHSTATK of C. Kanninn, dece.iecd, intrstato. Hy virtue of nn order of sale by the Him, O. C. Harris, Chief Justl.'c of the Supreme Court, sitting ns n Court of Probate, on the (.th day of January, A. D. 1, the undersigned will sell nt public auction, ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1880, At IS o'clock noon, at tho front dol.r of Alllolaul Hale, all the right, title and Intcrc-l which tho said Charles Kannlna, deceased, liml in and to THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND, NAMELY : I,or l-llAli:ii:. In Knlllu, Onhu, and containing an urea of -li acres, moro or less. I.or i-I.llAHA, In Kalllil aforesaid, nnd contain ing nn are.i of 05 l.VItIO acres, more or less. (Thi'so two lauds adjoin lach other, and urft excellent grazing lauds. Title ItojnlPuleut.) I.T ,-l-ONK I.1T OF LAND situated in Pamoo, Honolulu, Immediately in rear of tlie risldcnceof Itcv. Mr, Damon, enlranco Irom Hotel street, containing an atea or as-lUO of an acre. This lot Is leased for SisTpi-r milium, the lease expiring June Win, 18.S-I. I.1IT I That lot on the cofTier of King nnd 1'unch boul streets, i;ith tho housts thereon, contulnli g an area of 1 ,-lOU of nn acre. This lot is subject to a llie In terest of one Mrs. Kaehu, tho Is now about TU yearn of age; the life luteiest tn be stated on day of sale. LOT (5 -Lot In WiiiMkl, UA1AL1I. containing an nrea of U C.'-IUO acres. I.OTll-I.ot III III or Pau, Waikllsl, containing an prca of trj-ltu of an acre. This Is ono patch, ami can bo planted lu kalo or rice. LOT 7 Lot In Mnnoa, consisting of 14 acres. This lot Is leased fur $',:!." per milium, payable semi-annually. The lease expires September an, lS'Jl. I.OTS-Tho AIII'lHtAAOf ItAfllil', sltimted lu ICooluupoku, O.ihii, survey of which Is now In course mi iici'uinujii. j mr ma tmiiiiuHi jiiece ui luiiu.inm prtlnj; grazing and rite lands and aliiahlo tlsh iouds, und will bu sold subjut to it leasu of 8110 per unman, expiring llccembci Ul, ntlt; nlsou second lease for SI5U It-, Nullum ,. til.lli.r I Int., I.. !I1 IllSlIt LHTIl-Thi. well known lot' or If AIHOKIIMI, sit- lllltnl nil 1 'ft IflTn .nll mill ri.li tut ln no nmn i.9 U Will of nn ncrc. I.or 10-Tlio IIUIMHNas on thfl above lot tu be poltl M'jmintely, and li borcmnvi'il within days after tlisft sfstljs rP1iss Inl .if I I I ..1 a.n. I Is ...-.! fflk .. Ill 1 "- ' "it ui iiuiiiiiii:iiu iisiiia if uiiii ji Mil! l0 sold O.N THE 1'ItHMlhEH, linnieillntely after the sale of tho other lots. The terms of the ule aiu cash, ami (ll-(l,tt fill, livllnli.ii nt (l.n i.ii .. 1. .. u. ...l.ln ... .... proiul by the I'robato Court. MrYm Charts and Surveys ami other lufuriuatlnu, apply at the office of U, l'AIIKE, .iiiiiiiiisiraior or uio Kstute or c, Knunlim. Honolulu, Ocluber vilh. IBbU. u t.t h.'5 REAL ESTATE! Desirable l'rouertjr on Fort St. For Mule. rpilK VK1L, JOfp-WN T.OT SITU. JL Met! nil Fori Street above llerctuula. 'Ilils lot Is lou fet froiitnuo en l'ort street, nnil IMI feet lear. Thero Is a two-storv dwelllnic Imuse on the lot, nearly new, Willi cook house, bath house uml privy, nud Iwu Hells HI reel deep, ncll slnneil up from the iMillnm for sewer eu puriose. Tht water Is laid on In fiur illirerriit places, and piping ull In jjcxmI condltlnn, Ihtre Is atnplo room for the rrecllmi of two larise cotloces. Tim feucliiir Is all new. This Is one of the moil healthy hiii) centrally loeatut lots for a retldriire of any In the city of Honolulu The above sale otters a ifood opportunity for the permanent Inicslmeiit of capital. Title perfect. Deeds at the expanse nf the purchases. A part of Iho puriliusa money n.ay temalii secured by iuorlt;axe on thu premises. I'm- further particulars, uii I'lV lo II. W. M Ally, on thepreinlses, or IN here a plan of llie lm can be seen. fta 7 BEST AMERICAN STEAM AND WATER PIPE. We would call the attention of those requiting Pliilii" to our large stock of 154,000 Feet On Hand! llUck Welded Htum I'lpe U lo 7 In. dlamstcr. (lalranUtd Waler I'lpe to S lu, dUinetsr. Utf The above at Moderate Prices, THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY .1'J 3 FOR 8ALB! O.S TUB I.NbTAI.!,MBNT I'LA, THREE COTTAGES AND LOTS OS MINAI.IMI NTUCtrr. C Hmatl I'ayineuts In Advance, llalanco lo Hull Purchasers. Due Cottre already liullt by It. W (Iran, lis and re4dr for occuiuiicy. fan ullisrl uro now belli built. KacU t'vltU'. outUi four nice roouis. biiL room aud detached kitchen. ' , IsVltta. DCTMtor lAlct on. Apply lo W I1AKIIY J. P JtcCOOL WRAY TAYLOR, QltGANIHT ANJ CIIOIHMA8TEU of Jii ApdMw't Cathedral. Uacber of. Piano end 8w?ll ' C",,", Wo,,5b Avenu' ' PIONEER LiINE FROM LIVERPOOL. THEO. H. DAVIES i OlFKHN fO It HAI.K T7 3bL Cargoes CITY OF MADRID AND OISERON, (I0H Itnya Pnnsmirr) JUST T3 HAND Consisting nf the usual assortment of DRY GOODS & CLOTHING Oiilvnnled Iron ItoofliiR nnil Fonco Wire, Portlnml Cement (Wlilto'n), Firo IlrlcltH, llluo Srottlcd Sonp, licst WplcltStoam Conl, Gnlvnnizvd Iron Wnro, SndJlery, It pnir Mirrloen, Trill A- Wntnon's CcntrlfURBliJ, AVlncH, Llquurn, Ac, &o. Ac. ALSO To Arrive per LIZZIE IREDALE iujk in iii::i:.iiiicii, 00 Tons ltiillrond Iron, T Hall, Roollntr Slalcs, Ac. Ae. MS 6 TIIKO. If. DAVIKH. HAWAIIAN Furniture Manufactory J. H. BRUNS, JR.y IMANUFACTCUEBI Ml KINDS OF FDRNITUBE. AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES I JB XJ 3FL 1ST I TC" UR DEI ALWAYS ON HAND. AND ORDERS FILLED AT SHORTEST NOTICE THE FTJRllITrjBE II AU XkrXnclo toy Moolilaorr AND OF THK BEST SEASONED STUFF, AND No Pains will be Spared TO 01VK SATISFACTION TO HIS CUSTOMERS. 1'phoUtf.rlnir Done t Orslvr.. Coffins Always on Hand. ? J?Q-CAI.I. AMI SlIK.-fijsj ly Ouava Jeliv. MANUI'ACTUItEl) OK REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAB, i v F. ORN. Pratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook Pioneer Steam Candy, Faeten, Umon andTmMtndlyrBpi aiwya tmMmm T1 & m a riutd Put up III A. -No. 1 HenneU Hna.ri, bl.hly, ," recninmeiidcd for ea voyages. Aerlcn,Prwioh,Engliih and Oemta Hatriat Made to Order at short Knii,1 ' Wedding cokoa Ornamented In IUe hlBlie.t Htiloof Art. Hlci, frc.h home made CWate Cean... Cocoanut .n'd Cream Candles, Mm. 71 ...LI Mr,. ,. MHHmmm mmi. r-M eiJ ly (ir MRS.POOLE'S 'rAUtilAN AMI AMKWCAN I ORESS MAKING ROOMS Corner Fort aud Hotel SU L 8Ulrfl. JTl. rUI,I.Vcolllh,tte f ..dl"'fo laf, ew Sijpsrior Syrta. of Maaauring Md M IMCIAX ATXMTIOK WILL 11 QiytM TO Mournijf,wd4infimd I t f'ir'