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" xotiis 01; Tin; wi:i:k.
Mehkt CutirsTMA3-h is returne J, anJ from pres
ent inJicitioua promises to tc quite as merrily kept
aa any that Lave rrccedel it. Oil fc'-inta t'lius
tie good humored aidt of fan an 1 frolic, who has
always beta courted in J coaxed here in Honolulu,
b3 thia year been severely taxe 1 for his f.ivors, an I
if he presided in porsou at til the Christmas treed
and gatherings cf o'djtinl young which occuv.el lit
Dtg'nt his age l lioil-j will require some rest after the
LoIi-ly3 f-itigue U ovtir. Among the Chritnns trees
prepared, were one at ; Wa.-hing'.on PUoe, at JuJge
EobcrUorTs.atMr. Iirewsttr's, at Mrs Lowe!! Smith's,
t lr- JiiJl'8, at Mr V. II. Mtiicii at Tuna'aou
College, at Mr. Var'riy'd. besides others. Ivich
had it as-eaihl.e of MrU an l j ,yfal s vjI j. an J
each evergreen tree wli loaded Jown with a h-itt of
sparkling, tempting gift-, of very hue an I variety,
the ery sight of which was a fe:i.-t miking the
jouthfal heart still lighter and lifting the burden of
years and of circs froti the ag ..!. A rap at the
door a jingle of teli. anl Hnl CUu ru-hel in,
attracting every eye : :
He wa dre-n-1 all in far fr -m Jii-t ierid to M f-t.
Ami hi- clothe w-rt- uli t trni-d.'-d with :t-!..-s awl so.-t ;
A bundle of t.- had ti'in ! hi back.
And he looked lik"; a turd U-r. r.niir his pack.
Ill eye, ho th--y t ink :-! ; hi 1 ! . ' m-rry ;
Hid cheek w re lik ros.- ; his no:-e like a ch -rry ;
Jlij ft roll liLt!-; Hi- u:h drawn u;. Irk-: a bow. j
Anil hi beard on hi rl.io wm a hite as tie- eifW. j
A wink il h eye. and a ti-t of t.it lead,
tfoa gav them to know they ha 1 notion,- t. dr-al." j
K it we need not attempt to portray what li in le- j
scrihahle, and what so many iw only l ist evening. !
The anniversary is one of those happy incidents that
kcit together the Learta tf oM an I young, an l what
ever it coats to make it h ippy an 1 pleasant, all will
iay it is money well frent. All cannot tnj-.y it
alike, and it h well for such as have been Ue;sid
with thii world's goo Is to remember tho-e who have
not the ability to rrovi ie what others h:ive. On no
occasion is the injunction more appropriate than on
this It is more blcs- J to give tharuto receive."
To each cf cur readers, we wih a Mlkby Chhistm.3,
and trait it may be one of many more to follow.
Cot'STiso Room Calendar. The Commercial
Calendar for 1503 has been issued, and will be found
filled with useful information relating to the inlands,
corrected with great care. Among other things will
Le found :
Th officer of the Hawaiian CiTerr.ment,
lip' oinatic an-I (Joiniil.ir Cri4.
Otllcers of t-n-vi.!-ui an.l o'.ner s.KrirtifS.
Aiiii.iri.io fur an l other u.--fal iiif'jriiili'n.
For those engaged in businc-9 in Honolulu or on
the other islands, it is a necessary rude inccum ; and
for reference the information it contains will often
save mistakes or vexatious inquiries. No person
can afford to be without one. The calendars can be
obtained of the carriers of this paper, or at our
coanting-roorn. Those residing ou the other islands,
can purchase them a3 follows :
Ijtii'iin(g.t P. II. Trt-ailway'js K.j., (I'ostoRiee )
Kahului At Go. Kunl. all's store (U. K.)
HUa At ('apt. Worth's store.
Konu At Ca(t. Canim'i trr-. K--.t!.ikeakua.
Kauai At Dr. J. Vi isuitli's, Koloa.
Piices 2-jc. on paper; oc. on cards.
SeuoosEtt. Salk.s. Capt. Thos. King, long known ,
as one of our oldest and most successful coasting j
traders, last week sold out bis interest in all his j
schooners. The sale embraces : The whole of the j
schooner Oil Frflow ; three-eighths of the schooner j
.Maria ; one-fourth of the schooner JCalamu ; and !
three-eighth-s of the .V.7V .Merrill -all for 1 0,000 j
cash, Mr. J. C. King being the purchaser. These J
are among the best and fastest vessels in our coasting j
. Aixr- LV..'j.t.- .lr vr'-. st sb?vf 5 JO. POP. .and J
the others each at about S5.0O0. Capt. Crane, late
cf the .Iaria, takes charge of the .Vir7e; Capt
Torres, late of the latter vessel, retires and purposes
Cultivating sugar cane near Ililo. The .Maria has
teen chartered for a voyage to Ascension Island.
The other schooners will be kept cn their present
J2r We would call attention to the advertisements
in our columns to-day of Messrs. C. Urewer & Co
This enterprising firm seems to be fully up to the
times, and the merchandise advertised there appears
to Lave been selected with spexial reference to the
growing agricultural interests of the kingdom, while
the local trade has not been overlooked. As agents
of the Cos tori Packet Line, they have superior facili
ties (r ordering goods for our planters and others.
Under the man igern-nt of this firm, we arc glad to
Ffe our direct trade (both import and export.) with
Uosfon increasing, and hope that a third packet will
Boon be required for the service. Vessels of the class
and build of the .Irclir appear to be admirably fitted
A Gba5I Fizlk. We last week noticed a meet
ing of natives called to discus constitutional rights.
Ancther meeting w:n held i n Thursday last, at which
the attendance was large ar.d the speeches male were
very spirited. The majority of them, however, ap
peared to be in favor of sustaining the present laws,
and the au Iienc wa-i evidently of the same opinion.
The prime movers in getting up the meeting (whose
object wii to Secure a public: demonstration against
the liquor law) seeing that everything was going
aginst them, succeeded in breaking up the meeting
without any definite result, and thus it proved a
Removal. II. W. Severar.ee, Esq., has removed
his pales room to the fire-proof building, under the
American Consulate. II s former room was evi
dently not made for auction sale, and poorly fitted
for them. The present one is most admirably
a lipte l for the purpose. His first sale will take
place on Saturday evening iiext, when an assortment
of holiday toys will be offered that will astonish the
Ns-irlt Den. The bar' Comet, will probably
arrive before our nest is:;uj;. She left San Fran
cisco, as near as we.can guss, Dec. 13 to 20, and if
she has had the strong winds prevailing here, ought
make a short passage of not over 10 days. She
rnaj therefore be looked f r the early part of next
week, with the New York Eiails of Nov. 10 and 20th,
and telegraphic dates from Washington to Dec. IS.
RoBrtEUY. On the night of Thursday last, the i
room of Mr. J. A. Hassingor, surveyor of the port,
adjoining the Larbor-masfer's office, was entered.
The thief commenced operaiions by breaking in the
lid of a small trunk, and abstracted between seventy
and eighty dollars therefrom.
if Capt. Geo. W. Claxfon, f.rmerly in command
of the bark Yankee, left San Francisco Nov. 2G, in
the pilot boat Fotler, to search for the lost treasure
cf the steamer Golden Cafe, which was burned on
the Mexican coast in July last. All efforts to secure
the treasure thus far have proved unsuccessful.
S2T Letters from Ililo by the JWtlie inform us,
that a light appeared on tLe side of Mauna Loa on
the night of the 16th ard 17th i nst., resembling
very much the light of a ne eruption of the volcano.
Advices by the steamer wh ch is due Saturday, will
ehow whether any eruption has actually occurred.
TIT A vessel will sail on 5aturJay or Monday, f i r
EhoD, the Marshall Islands, an.l will take letters to
the Missionaries. Please forward letters a early as
posNiMe tt, CaMle .t Cook. :
From Tahiti. The lark Damittta touched at
I Papeite on her pti-i-ag: hither from Knglan 1, having
j run shi rt cf w iter, cnieJ I y leuk ige of her tanks.
' The American whaleship (Hivtr Crocker in leaving
i that p-ort, got on to the reef, but the extcut of ditn-
age rt-c'-ivf-l, we hive not learned. The French l'ro-
tectcrate (Jvvernmei.t had male a teizure of a I'eru
! vian vt-sel engage 1 in kMnappin the ialan lers of
i the Society group, an illicit traffic which has been
I carried on for fcome time by the Peruvians totupp!y
l.iborers fr the Chintha guano i-.i mds. The French
government, which Irn been cognizant of this for
some time, sent out several vessels to pn tect the
inlanders and watch tlie movements of the Peruvian
crui-ers. The seizure referred to was the first one
male by this fleet cf observation. Ve are indebted
to .Mr. Owner, passenger by the It., fur a file of Ta-
I 1 a RiMKM of Pi 1:1.1c I.nstklctiov. Mr. J. Ful
ler, who bus long been connected with this depart
ment, has re.-igued his position as clerk, an oihee
which he has succeeded ;.n filling with credit to
himself and -itinf.iction to fill j.-irties. He retires to
take charge of the Wailuku 'igr plantation, which
has recently g ,ne into oper'itioii under the most
flittering auspices. Mr. C S. IJirtow, fvr many
years Collector of Cu-torns uU Lih ain 1, has been
nominated as his Miceeswr; and fronj Mr. IVs. long
reriJt-nce here and honorable -service as au oilijer of
this government, we doubt not he will be able to 611
the omewhat dUicult duties of the office to public
S at U faction.
l7 The Courts have attracted more than usual in
terest the pa-t week. The suit of I. is. 1. Montgom
ery is still being argued, the accounts of which are
unsettled. Oil Monday, a native wis tried at the
Police Court and convicted for a theft which occurred
Some two months since. A saddle was stolen by him
from Mr. C. II. Williams, au 1 taken to Maui, where
by mern accident a clue to it was obtained, the thief
npprJun led, brought hither, and convicted. Stolen
goods nre generally taken to the other islands and
there disposed of, but rogues run a great risk of
detection now a days, when the police spot so
closely their dens and hiding places.
Oitwaki Doi.mj. The 1 'otitis Jl-clor sailed on
Tuesday P. M., with a full Ireight and a fair wind.
be carried nway domestic produce to the value of
over nineteen thousand dollar.-, and other goods to
make her total cargo amount to '2C,'JGG. Yester
day, the Jrnnxj Ford also sailed with a cargo of
domestic produce. Tlie-e are surer indications of the
increasing prosperity of our islmds than uny theories
that can be broached, mil for the future our imports
and exports will rest mainly on the solid basia of the
actual wants and industry of the kingdom.
The MVvsTKKt.s. To-morrow evening, Mr. R. II.
Francis takes a benefit at the Royal II twaiian Thea
tre. Mr. F. is quite a favorite with the lovers of
sung, and hiving been connected for many years
with troupes-in California and t he East, where he
was a leading performer, he is doubtless well skilled
in the art of minstrelsy. The performances will cou
eist cf instrumental music, and songs, duets, trios,
Sic, in great variety.
Tub Wkatiikr h-.s been of late extremely bois
terous, bordering close on a hurricane or typhoon.
The trades set in on the 2d inst., quite northerly, and
have continued till now very strong, veering for the
last day or two, well to the east, with a prospect of
shif'.ing to the southeast.
Christmas Cakk. We have been favored with the
sight of a beautifully ornamented cake, weighing
about 100 lbs., at the coffee rooms of Messrs. Nolte &
Kruger. It is intended for gratuitous purposes to
pers-ns calling for their ' cup of coffee" early in the
Apples are so plenty in Western New York that
they cm be bought for fifty cent a barrel.
The deaths in Loinlnn, from ciinoline taking fire,
are estimated at seventy-five annually. The open
grates of the English houses make spreading skirts
Salks or Rkal Estate. We learn that His Honor
Hiram Wiiley has purchased the residence of Thomas
Fitch, Esq., in thi-i city, fur &;,CVl, and that Capt.
Lvmau Alien, of Waterford, has pyichased the lloit
farm in that town. .V. L. Chronicle.
One of the captains captured by the .llajuiuia has
male a vow to devote tie remainder of ft.a life to
following Captain Semmes, the rtbvl pirate. If he
meets him, Semmes' life is not worth a Confederate
The Suit in of Turkey recently exposed himself at
a great fire in Constantinople like a Common fireman,
an l his conduct so incited the Clemen that they soon
Conquered the rlames. It. is a new thing for a Sul
tan of Turkey to take so much iuterest in the affairs
of the people.
There are indications that the cotton famine in
Englana is nearly ended, the surply from India,
l'razil, Egypt, Turkey, Greece. Italy and other
sources promising to meet the demand in good part.
The Southern i.l.mters by their suicidal course are
surely losing the minof oly of the cotton trade.
Pkki-. Difficulty has tri.-..-n between England and
Peru relative to the fale imprisonment of several
Englishmen, in which the authorities have. committed
the most Uigrant acts of crueltj- an l injustice. One
of them died iii a few days by the cruelties of a
Spanish piisoti. The English G vtniinent have taken
the matter in hand, and several ships-of-v. ar will
soon be in Callao.
Many who see the word ' Vatican," do not under
stand its import. It is a pile of buildings covering
a sj ace of 12,M feet in lencth snd lOOtj in breadth,
on me of the seven hills of Rome. The site was once
the garden of barbarous Nero. Early in the lo;h
century the Rishop of Rome erected there a humble
dwelling.. This has been added to by one pote after
another, until it is now une of the most spacious and
magnificent palaces, stocked with paintings, statues,
books and antiquities of the rarest kind.
Moi-.ntains ok I ilvkk. The .Silver .1e of Cali
fornia says : From a pretty reliable source we
learn that the Ophir Company are shipping weekly,
from their works in Wahoe county, the sum of not
less than jro1',0vO in bullion, and some' weeks it
amounts to nearly jrluO.tHMj m v:,iUe. At this rate
the yield of the mine will probably reach the enor
mous t-uui cf three millions of dollars this year.
There are hundreds of mines in our vicinity equally
as good, which are undeveloped, which only require
the capital to make them yield similarly."
HOW" THK 1 IKVTK AuiiAMl lkkt Ei:r vn Tfpr
j escape from the port of Liverpool was ejected bv a
j stratagem so absurdly transparent that none hut
i uitiiia n:uiunj omul count nave neen leceived.
1Ier t-wuers gave bonds in the sum of -J0,M0 that
s.'ie woui'l tiot leave irit;sn waters until she had a
regular clearance, and was then allowed to m to sea
I on a trial trip, fully provisioned and manned, afrer
j having previously been on two or three trial trips in
! the Mersey. The day afttr she sailed her owners pr.i l
the C-Jo.hdO penalty, and the vessel continued her
i trial tiip to the Aiores and a port.
Tut: Di.tatou. The I)i:t,itr is the name chosen
1 by Capt. Ericsson for his monster iron-clad vessel, to
which be is about to devote ad his skill and energy.
She will be of immense size and strength, longer
I than the J'ersi.i . r .1.izara, and bearing heavier
and thicker armor than almost two ordinary iron-
i dads. The side armor will be of the extraordinary
! dimensions of ten and a half feet thick ; the wooden
; armor or ' lining" being L.tir feet by six Jeet thick,
up and down. The ball that can penetrate nearlv
i fi.'teen feet of solid matter, of which teu and a haff
will be iron, can hardly be moulded in the South.
It would require all the bells in ribeldjui to make
! it .V. 1'. Evening Post.
Ax old Stoky Revived. The R .ton Daily. 11-
! vertitrr of April 18, ISC'J, has the following singular
paragraph, which is worth reading now:
The Richmond Jf7u publishes a letter from a
correspondent in Goochland county, who relates a
curious circumstance of a negro boy, who saw two
bald-headed eagles fighting fiercely at a great height
in the air, and defend to the ground, so much en
gaged in the contiict as to allow him to attack them,
when they rose a second time and renewed the fight,
falling again with their talons interlocked in each
other's flesh, when CuS'ee stepped between theui a
seconJ time, taking them for wild geese, and wrung
their heals off. 'Ihe correspondent continues :
"The fict is incontestable, and, if doubted, cau
be proved by t he evidence of at least fifty persons.
In these days of moralizing, the feat has been con
sidered ominous of the f ate oftheproul republic of
which this nble bird is the emblem. The battle in
the air is the strife destined to take place between
the two great Sections of the Union. Cuffee repre
sents his own ebony race, slipf ing in upc:. us while
engigedin mortal combat, and wringing the necks
of both. Whit think you, gentlemen? and what
woul 1 the old Romans have thought ? It is surpris
ing how rnny persons drew the same augury, who
had i.o opportunity of communicating with each j
The Frkm'H Expedition to Mexico. The Paris
correspondence of the N. Y. Tunes, says that the
French expedition to Mexico will reach b",0GO men,
perhaps' more, and be accompanied by a powerful
tict-t. We have had Soir.e experience in despatching
large bodies of troops, with their accompaniments,
by water, to different points on our coast. Take, for
instance, the expedition to Port Royal, S C, the
Run-side expedition to the coast of North Caroliua,
and Roller's expedition to New Orleans. All the
forces composing these expeditions did not exceed
40,000 men, and yet the world has not seen such au
amount of sea transportath n brought together as
was required by these expeditions, fc j vessels'of all
descriptions, we believe, composed the fleet that sailed
from Fortress Monroe to Port Royal. This fleet
transported 15,000 men. Now it is stated that the
French Emperor proposes to send across the oceau to
the Coast of Mexico a voyage of ever 4,000 miles
an army of SO.OOO men, with its stores, ammunition,
artillery and a goodly number of horses. It is also
stated that a large nival force is to accompany the
expedition. At the lowest calculation, 200 transports
of the largest size would be necess ity to convey the
army and its equipments and supplies from France
to Mexico, saying nothing about t lie naval part of the
expedition. We have seen no indications of any such
vast preparations in France for the Mexican expedi
tion. Our correspondent in Paris has been very
correct in his advices relative to this expedition, and
he may be right now, but we are disposed to doubt.
The French in M daascab A Paris corres
pondent supplies ine following information as to the
proceedings of the French in Madagascar, and the
mis-ion of M. Lambert to that island :
The court dresses which the emperor and empress
sent Rid a ma mil his daughters have created a great
sensation in the capital of that island. The joy of
the princesses knew no bounds when the trunks were
opened containing the crimson trains and skirts re
splendent with embroidery which her imperial Maj
esty sent to give them some idea of the attire of
European ladies. The crinolines, which were of
Thompson's most ingeniously contrived shape, and
capable of expanding in circumference far beyond
the ordinary limits of those worn in France or Erg
land, are objects of universal admiration among all
the Malgache ladies who have been able to see them.
A French officer says, that one of R i lama's daugh
ters has decided on wearing the " cage" she received
from Paris over, instead of beneath, her skirts. Her
swarthy Highness thinks that the mechanism is too
Complex to be concealed, and the whole thing too
jretty and too wonderful not to be displayed. Not
withstanding the gifts of which they were the bearers,
the French envoys to Madagascar have been the
object of some slight on the part of tiie authorities
there. Refore M. Dupre set out for the capital of
Madagascar, the European residents iuvited him to a
banquet, where he made his sfecch, iu which he thus
alluded to his mission : "Our mission is a glorious
one. It is great and disinterested. We are able to
say so to the whole world. No selfish interest has
inspired our sovereign with the idea of sending us
here. We come to proclaim in Madagascar a great
principle. We come simply to oiler to the inhabit
ants our aid iu advancing in the path of civilization
which their magnanimous king has opened to them.
In this eminently Christian work we regard all
Europeans as co-operatives. We call them to share
the glory and the advantages of this great enterprise.
To obtain toleration and equal protection for every
manifestation .of religious sentiment, liberty for all
our agricultural enterprises, entire security for our
properties, arc the demands of which I am the bearer;
and" I they will be granted by the noble, eu-
li 'htened an 1 Kt-,ienj,1:i prince to wiiom me gioiy
miit one day c ascribed of having transformed
MaJa-'asoar." 'The crowns which the king and
Qu'eenwill wear o'.n their coronation, have been seut
' V.. .1...... e ikIw.ih tlnn
to them by the LiuiHlul -aFo.-uu. i-oi m.iUU.
, i 1. 1 f in ' . . ., .
may now be considered t, cajniir.
The Archbishopric of York about to become vacant
by the translation of Dr. Longley to the Primacy has
been declined by the Rishop of Loudon. Itis rumor
ed that it will now be conferred upon the Rishop of
Winchester, brother to the late Archbishop of Canter
bury, and that Lord Auckland, Rishop of Rath and
Wells, will be the uew Rishop of Winchester.
CoSSl'LATK or THK I'mTI I) STATU?,
l.ahuinii, Dec. lo, 5
5ltOIMK.,S FOR Till: KXCIl.t Nfii: OF
iliis Cxti-tuUte f. r tin- u.mrr -i..ih.K' w iih the .r ( i,t
Uiolith, will ! received ut thij otlice until 1J, l. , Wednesday,
lec. 31, 1SGJ.
K. 1'. A HAMS,
Zi'i-t I". S. iee Consul.
Q A. r . V A. I.K ruo(;lt..S IK I. OCKAMKl.of)f;
No. I J1, u:id--r the juri.s l-etii.u of the iipreine (.'nun
eil of ilie tirand Central Lo.l:i: of France, working it
A. l. I.K ruo(;iti..s iii:L'(ckasikI.iiw;k
the ancient Snitch Kite, holds its retiil:iriiieetitir'i) on the Wed
nesday tii'iirest the full liinon i f eaeh inontli, at the old LodL'e
r. M.ni, in King street. Visiting brethren re:'jieetfully invited
to .itt-n 1.
let. S2. i:Z "ui 1'. C. JONKS, Secretary.
TA I lA'.i FALLS lir i TKIt. in l aeka-es of
a1'. ml 60 li.-i . sua.itiV I -r sloos' !, tv
i:i. iitH"icin.AK;i:it & sTArr.NnoitsT.
von HOLT & MEUGK
HAVK JI ST Ol'KNKD
A LARtlK AND VARIKI) ASSOR'OIKNT
0 h m m
T O Y S !
CHEISTMAS & NEW YEAE'S
cw k i:vrint SI v It's of Ccad-worK,
.s l i i-: x n i f ; i s k et s ,
Made f. r Lau.j ? and eei.tb..it:ei.
DOLLS OF ALL KINDS,
TOYS IN (iREAT VARIETY,
A KKW STl'Kiai'K SI I.K '.iVKI;s, f.,r 15,d, Ta!.!(
FINK-CCT til.AsSW AUK
WATK!i-r iM.KKs, TA IW.K-H KI.I.S,
INDIA I:ri:i5!.li Vouli MAT.-, A.C., Jt.-.,
Fi r !ile .it r-asi'na!''i- rieei.
cn-r.t cortNKii f.i:t a.- mkkchant srunrr.-
n.Kciinit.v iif:i;s i.favf. rf.s.
tectfui!y to inform h: friends a:ii! eus;. .in-r. that l.e
l..t-. rein...vtd .i. U. tad Kstai h-!.iii-:.t on Nui.ri .n Street, to the
t uild::): iiuuiedi ly jV-ite, and fcnj.e that his increase,! ac
(r.mmcl.ni,.nj will t r..ve f.-r the be;i. f.t at.d udrautairp nf all
Tin: st i!
TV; ill .... ..i.yj
Will leave Honolulu
ZNXonclav, Jan. o, ISOo,
At ltiill-pat 4 u'clocK, Tor
I. A II A IN A,
.M.VKIlll'S LAN" l)IN(,
KM A LA KIlKl'A,
T 1 1 1-j
Will leave IIONOlA Lf f.r
KO 1 O V,
On Monday, - - - - Dec. ,
At llnll-l'ii-t I O'ClorK.
Ami thciiceforwar f she will leave for KI.OA every Thursday ,
aiil f..r XAWILIWILI every Mon.lay.
J A N ION, till KEN if Co.,
Honolulu. Deceml.er. Iv52. (oUS) AtrenU II. S. N. Co
FOR HAMBURG DIRECT.
TIIK FAST-sAIl.INO Alt HAWAIIAN liAKK
g Kamehameha III., g
KHOl'KS SI'KNCKK, Mastui.
Will have quick iliiileli lor I In- iiboir port.
Jj Fur Freight or !';is.s:i;-'t', having the iriucij ul j'art of her
Cartoon board, uoply to
St:i-2. II. IIACKFKI.D A: Co.
liv "Young' Hector,"
A VKItV SCl'KKIOK ASSORTM KXT OF
REDWOOD LUMBER !
Clear Rough Boards, 1 in.,
" Tonguod fc Clroovcd Boards, 1 in.,
" Surface Boards,
" Siding "
Rough Boards and Shingles.
For sale at the LOWEST Market rates, hy
S. H. DOWSETT.
Ocl saves A: Qr. C;sslcs
Pale & CSoldcn SIicitv.
OF VElfv SUPEIUOlt QUALITY,
In Qr. Casks, antl
G 13 N E VA ,
In 1 1)ozmi Csso-;.
HAS OX HANI),
' Laura & Louise,5 Sylphidc5
AND ia'TCII SHIP...
V.aih;i: .v n rn.h assokt.mk.vt of
a.-sorted new styles and jatt rns of
Jnii ;allo for
I I Li J HAIJli I
I iiIiIc.M'Ih (! CdIIohs,
Colored Coition Velvet,
I'ancv 44 44
HEAVY (OiTOV Al 1JAL MILCTJAGS
F.1.VCV .l.'D BLACK' A.D WHITE.
Vv.xvX ISiver Deiiim,
Jack Knivc. (hriij TaMe Knives!
TT A.S. C. l-e to cM t.- t.tt.-nti.Ti -t the Country Mtr
ehai.ts to his l ire :i:id U!iu--uril varied ttitk, as feels a?ured
they can h- well sttit-d in
QUANTITY, QUALITY & PRICES !
AT Tilt HUE 1'Ko-iiF STOUf,
Corner Iiaahunianii k Queen Sfrei'ls,
OV TIIK WHARF: A IX),
K-tail ISt:t! lirhiii0iit, on Nuu:ii:u Street, atiove King Street.
kmllE IMIFJE S"
fid' CT f O Nyfct?i
11 Y J. II. COLK,
On Tuesday Kwiiiiiic. December 30,
A I 1 o'i lock, itl Sult'o Ituuiii,
Will te s ld, a Ur. e a rtiiietit cf
OAi Frri!!!-' Mirror.
Fain Frame Mirnrs.
Got Fraiuo Kin.r.ivlnc,
China Cr:tj Shal,
Caiuhrie ll ink- rchief ,
lio! 1 Wat.-hes.
t'l't ra i'i '.asses,
li ks, leys,
ic. .e., &e.
RADUGA AND YOUNG HECTOR !
J J AI.F 11KI.S I'OKK.
r. liUs l'ork,
Huston Sugar Cured Hams,
Kits No. 1 Mackerel,
For sale hv
342-ot tf. SAVIDOK.
AUI IX TIXS,
Eiigli!i D.ury Cii'vse,
Tine Aj j le Clieest
OiWt-ni) Ct rn Starch,
rrestun A: Merrill's Yeast Powder.
For sale l y
C4J St S. SAVIPGK.
juf.sii ci iiitii: fowii:r.
Tomato Catsup, in Pints,
Tomato Catsup, in Quarts,
True Lemon Syrup,
Cream ot Tartar, in (Jlasa,
Soda, in (ilass.
For sale by
Cli-3t tf- SAYIPeiF..
lied Currant Jam,
( Ireenai; Jam,
And Jams and Jelli.-s of all descriptions.
For sale l.y
C4J 3t tf. tf AYIDtiK.
. Fresh Tapioca,
Jars of Maeo,
Demijohiid Pearl larley,
For wale by
342 Gt S. SAVIDOK.
lt!-:s 1 1 S AI CFS.
Jolm lull Sauce,
Ueef Sti.'ak Sauce,
For sale by
042-3t tf. SAVIDOK.
.U'fKA Siri'KUFlXF. FI.OFK,
For sale by
Yery Fine Japan (Ireen Tea, uncolorcd,
Fine Owhmj; Tea, 10 lb..
Fine Oolong Tea, S lb..
Fine Oolong Tea, 4. lb.,
Fine Young Ily.son.
For sale by
SI2-ot S. SAVlhGK.
Itlosl I I' 11 A fK KKS,
Jenny Lind Cakes.
Fer sale by
042-0t tf. SAVIDtlK.
II. OVSTFKS, 2 I.IJ. TIXS,
Fresh California clear Lake Cheese,
Coleman's Indigo Blue.
For sale by
I V (H'.IRT AM) 11 XT H()TThES-n very
superior wine of t!ie celebrateil brand of Jacquesson Ac Fil,
Chalons, lately received froiu France, and for sale by
S 40-51 II. II ACKFELD c Co.
COuXji OIL. !
7OIl SALE IX UL'.VXTITIES TO Sl'lT AT
II. IdMOND A: tfoN'tf,
171KFH MOLOKAI IH1TER-
CAtfTLE ti COOKK.
15 Illx- Coincnt,
Warranted the best in the market.
For sale 1 y '
ZZi-Zm II. II ACKFELD & Co.
English Scythe Hooks.
JUST IlECEIVED Kt "GALILEI." n fvw
9 Fat- lit ythe 11-jk.-, the best article tor entliio.' rice ever
jet imported, at A. S. CLF.UHOKN.
H42-oin On the U'harf.
JUST RECEIVED !
Liack and Rus-ct Ilridlc Ia her
Assorted c 1 ri Morwo, B!a-k and Ilds.-t tfhef p tftin.
Th" al-.ve Leather is from f.n of the best tanneries in tfanta
C'rui. Cai;f..r:iii, and the Utideisigr.ed will be constantly sup
pi. .-d i:i futJi'e.
-4--lt K. O. HALL.
TO LET !
jm THK CAXTOX HOTEL PREMISES.
T-Vt ? ueii ul; --ratioti an 1 r.-pairs will be inade aa to render it
i"tl sal table fvi' any Lusiii'.ii.s.
o4J-ot " W. A. ALl'KICII.
SACRAMENTO UNION !
SUUSCKIUKRs WlsllIXfJ TO TAKE lhiM
paper, i-.'iould hand in their onh rs iiiiin-diate!y . Alter
Jatiiiary 1, lS'j:;. I shall be able to f'.pply all orders received
for it. Trice J-.,00 per annum. Address,
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, d,v. 10, 1So2.
iiy ii. w. si:vi:ka.ci:.
On Saturday Lvenin, Oecember Z
At 1 u'rlorU. iI our n-v Iii- I'iooT Sulfa
Koom, (Kol ins .u's r.aiMiiii;.) will be sold,
A LAUliE AND YAK I ED ASSORTMENT
TOYS, FANCY GOODS,
Pcrfimiei y. Soap, rictures,
ROOKS, SILKS, SHAWLS!
ENGRAVINGS, &C., &C.
Fancy ( 'indies and Confectionery !
At 1(1 oVIoi'K, A. y uf Xt w SitlrM lloom,
VA ill be sold
Kegs lrie,t Ai ik !, Heavy Wool Rlankets,
Cases Matches, l'rown Cotton,
Cijf.trs, Saddles, Itridtea,
Manila Cordap.', Tobacco,
Kerosene Oil, ltutter,
Crushed tfn.ir, Iry U00J4,
2 I.tiryr lru--I (,'itrM'l, 1 piiinlrd lfd.lruI
And a Variety of Sundries !
At lO oVIocIi, A. ut Snl-H Koom,
Sale ol CSencral
S XJ ITST T) T X TPj S !
NEW GOODS !
ex. bark. xmK,mj
For Sale by tbe Undersigned.
m. T. II'HIIIIIOIISE.
IU Something New in Ladies'
AV1XC A FEWCOI'IKs'hf i.v
new work m the " tf AXl'tt K II Itfl.ANDtf fin CoaTTT.r."
JJumittta, will sell to arrive. Karly iiilicAtiou necessary.
JOHN TII03IAS WATFIMIOUSi:.
AT J. T. f
And will be disMsed of at fair rates.
Wholesale and Retail,
Cases Men's drain limits,
Cases .Men's Calf !:miU,
Cases Men's, Women's and Children's IlootS & Shoes,
Atiioskeag liiue Cotton,
Hales l!ro-n Iirills,
Hales Uruwn Cotton?",
Hales Atiioskeajj Ieriiinf,
Cases tf addles,
Cases Axes, HoOS Si Oo'g,
tfujierior Kerosene Oil.
Cases Kerosene Lamps, all descrij tions,
Cases Card Matches,
Furki ts, Tubs,
Half Barrels Boston Crushed Loaf tfuar,
Sic, Sec, &c, tc, Sic.t Sic, &c, &.C., Sic, &c.t
&c. tc, &C, &C, &.C-, SiC, &C, SiC, &c, &c.
.Pi II I IV I i Ml II II I H,
'J 11 III II II l I IJHII U UrJUl
Hare Just Received !
A Small lull xlcclcd .Issorlmrnt of
iVew Year's i'lesents.
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