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FRIO J T. XOr EMBER 19. 1IT3.
'.Thb twenty. font boon kitowiof Thursday mornlnc witness
J an unusual d-s;ree of" bustle and .1 on the wharves arsl
boot oar limn, consequent opoo the arrival and departure
of two large ateanariips from gaa Francteoo to rctite for the
Colonies of Australia me Maryrer of tbe A 8 X Co aaJ tLe
Colima ef ib P M Co. ITsrh blp br-wsht a considerable
amount of freight, but De.tb-r took away much. The ooly
other arrival from ftrein porta durinj the week ha. been the
Germac bark Cedar, after a Iocs, passage from Bremen, with a
tail carj of merrbandise to II Hackfcld A Co.
Tk departure, since but report bare been: lTth, Camden,
tot Port Gamble; lSib, Maf f ref or, lor AackUud andjdnet
sad also tie Colima, bdy, tut AacUand and ydcey.
Oor advices fro at ?an Francisco are to ibe 10th int. We
BcUB-Oa Monday, No 1st, the price of all descriptions
or KeCoed tras reduced by tie Beflners c r ft. Tbe auwk
outside of tb Refineries i. very until. Canters YeOow Coffe
of bichrrad cocUnare to reach oa ia aman quantities on
poctai order. Tfcer. l eocaiderable demand Cr Ilawaliaa
0 Chc irocery (rades, bat there I none hew and the trade
ia scppUeu from th local rrflnerira with a fair article of Yel
low and Core "C" aa scbsutatea. The Bay Refioery ia sup
ptylnf Iks market with a superior article of Cube made by the
Parta patent; also Crashed and aU other kind. The Califor
nia Refinery ia also runninc at ita faU capacity, aapplyins;
promptly all arade requirements at current prices. Foilowuj
the prtew list of the Calitoenia Refinery: t.old-n "C." loir;
Eitra Granulated, ll,c Circle A Crushed, 12c; Cube. 12c,
Powdered, 13c ail in barrels. There to no a lock of raw h-re
on sale, the Refiners hokllnj very nearly ail our supply. We
quote Grocery grades, Clyjc.
Hirt Price U.t Hawaiian Table, 7Je.
Cor r a a The market la exceedingly sluggish for aU descrip
tions, us aaks of moromj ha Ting been ma-te aincc lbs auction
aais of last month.- The stock of Greens ia well concentrated,
and importers firm in demanding 22c for prime Costa Rica,
other Central American ran be purchased less. O. O.
Java rules from T4Mc
MoLassas Recent sales ia lota of choice Hawaiian at Vim
Pttu The Are at Virginia City baa been the orrasioo of a
fresh demand. The last aaks reported were at 7iiffi8c.
flchooner Pannooin sailed from Pan Francisco Nor 9, f.r
Honolulu via Humboldt. .
Schooner Bonanaa was to aail from ra Francisco lor II0110
lula. Nor 13, lu J T Waur house-.
rig J B Ford sailed from San rrancisco .r Central Amer
ica Oct 31.
Bark Clara Bed at Ban Francisco Nov 10, would bare dis
patch t-t Honolulu.
PORT OI HQIJOLTJIaU. H. I.
13 Sctir Ka Mol, Reynolds, from Vahohii, Mao I.
1 8cbr Warwick, iofca Ball, tm Kalanpapa, Molnkai.
13 Schr Rinao, Aauibala, frosa Uaiiko, Maui.
13 German bk Cedar, Rohlre, 177 daya from Bremen
14 Bchr Actirs, Pusahlwa, from Kobala, Hawaii.
1 Kchr Mary Elam, Man, from Maalaea, Maui.
14 Bchr Luka, Kaai, from Moloa, Kauai.
16 8chr Maaockawal, Ka!awaia, fm NawiliwiU, Kauai
I rVhr Fairy Uaeen, Kaaina. from Hanalei, Kaoai.
18 Brit itmr Macgregor.il Grainger, bj days from Ban
15 Bchr Kamaile, Bolles. fm Waune A Koloa, Kauai.
18 P M Cos ss CoUma, W Q Bhaekfurd, 8 days from
1 Bchr Uatlie, Kaiauao, fm Waimea V Koloa, Kauai
1 Scbr Mile Morris, Lima, fm Kaunakakai, Molokai.
19 6tmr KLauea, Marchant.frorn Hawaii and Maui.
11 CI A R.TURES.
13 Bchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, lr Labalna, Maui.
18 Scbr Jenny, I' llama, lot Kooa and Kan, Hawaii.
' IS elrsar Kllauea. MarrnSnt, for Maai and Hawaii.
M Hchr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalaupapa, Molokai.
IT ebr Fairy Queen, Ksaioa, for ilaoaiei, Kauai.
IT elcbr Manaokawai, Kalawaia, for NawUiwili, Kauai
IT Am bk C'aandea, Robinson, for Port Gamble.
17 Bchr Cuka, Kaai, tor Moloaa, Kauai.
17 Schr Ka Mol, Reynolds, for Kahulni, Maui.
IT Mcbr Active, fuaahiwa, tor Kobala, llivtu.
1 Brit atmr Mkcgregor, Grainger, for Auckland
11 Bchr Kinaa, Ahuihala, for Maliko, Maul.
1 Scbr i; llama. Mans, for Kobala. Hawaii.
1 P M Co'sss Colima, Stacklbrd, for Auckland
Foa Koloa iia VVamia Sckrs Kaaiaile and Uatlie, sail
this p m.
VKSSEL3 IN I'ORT.
iraraL. . s
IIBX3 Peterel, Csplain Coobsoo.
Am abip Cmerald, Bairosoo
Ass ah Marianne Nottekytuot Whitney, repaiiiug. ,
Am bk Mary iMle Roberts, Gray, loadtog.
Haw bk R C Wylie, Walters, loading
Am ship Gatherer, Thomson, discharging.
Am ship Hyren, NewreU, discharging. '
Am bk Uattat Macleay, J H V alter, loading.
Haw brig Wn II AUew, Cbave, discharging.
German bark Cedar, RoUls, discharging. .
Am wb bk Atlantic, Brown, repairkog.
Am wh bk Curspa, McKeaaie. ...
Brit wb bk Faraway, Spewasr. U . . .
Haw wh bk Arctic, Whitney.
Am wa bk James Allen, Keeoan. -
Haw wh brig Oaward. OiUry, , -
Am wb bk Jav 2d, Fisher. V -
Am wb bk Cora How laud, Uomao.
Brit bk Agiaia, fm Liverpool, to T H Davies, railed Jane 15.
Am stbr Fanny, from Arctic, ia about doe. - , -
RaroaT or est Macuasooa, H Gaaiseka, CoMstaaoaa.
Left tbe Frost Street wharf at 6pm Nov 9, and anchored in
the bay to await the arrival of balance of tbe English mail
HSpm ateamer cam alongside: with the mails. tAt 1.30 got
underway, And at 9.10 discharged pilot off Fort Point. Passed
the FaraUooss at midnight. On the JOih had moderate north
west sriads and dense" fog.' Had ugbt'variable winds and line
weather throughout tbe remainder of passage. Arrived in Ho
nolulu Thursday morning, Nsw 19.
R B PaiieLC, Purser.
Rseoar or SS Colimi, W G Shacbfobd, CoMMAnora.
Left San Francisco Nor lOib. at 1UU a m. Fiat fire days
! eiperieaced itrnRf N W aad 8W wind wtih heavy NNW
' swell, thence to port light 8 and SW winds with heavy swell
b-om the northward. Arrived in HoooJule Thursday evening.
Faow Bacsrs Per Cedar, Nov 13th: lese calf skins, 182
cs champagne, 490 cs liquors, 300 bbL beer, 1 cse docks, 433
pkgs sodse, 14 cs hardware, 1 cse jewelry, 17 cs cigars, SO
drum caustic soda, 29 bales burlaps, 1 seaming twine, 'HQ
drama paint oil, IS rska paint, 1 cse ipurs. 20 bd!s galv tubes,
12W do hoop troo, 80 rolls iron wire, 600 cski cement, 300 tons
roal, 87 csks blackunitb. coal, 200 cs candles, 0 cs glassware, 2
cs books, 1 cse gilt frame, 26S bales paper, 1 cse galvanic bat
tery, es matches. 34 cs preserves, 20 cs ultramarine, 2 cs
cheese, 3 cs soap, 6 cs powder, ft cs paper hanging, 3 cs oil, 6
cs chocolate, 60 cs tax dines, 4 cs leal bar, 61 pkgs groceries, 14
do apothecary ware, 6 csks hide poison, 2 do palm oil. 100
Jemii vinegar, 104 nests basket. 67 todls brooms, A csks heads
and hoops, 26 bula hooks, 91 empty barrels to Hackfeld sc Co;
40 cs champagne, 300 ca liquors to Q Rhodes; 2 cs private
effects to II Pcbmidti 1 cse books to E Krulli 1 do personal
effects laDrf B Hutchinson; 240 pkgs mdse to H May; 4 do
private etTects to J C Glade; 1 cse missionary eflecta to R P
Albert Meotisoo; 1 cse rouse to A Waller; 18 cs missionary
effects to Bishop Maigret; 6Ca. pkgs liquids, 750 bbls beer, 1
pkg mdse. 23 do apothecary ware. 1 cse aherry, 2 cs provisions
to Order; 2 pkgs muse to L Kaalbaum; 202 pkgs mdse, 937 do
liquids, 39 do provisions, 66 bdis Iron wire to Schaeier sc Co; 1
cse furniturs to A Haneberg; 3 cs sundries to Rer 8 U Davis;
3 ca do to Biahopor Honolulu; 3 cs cigars to H J Nolle; 8 cs
mdse to J Wight; 329 pkgs mdse to Hoffschlaeirer A Co; 9 do
do to Ujman liroe; 20 bza tin plates, 100 bdis wire, 2 reels
pipe, 1 csk kettles, 1 do oapstone, 1 do screws, 1 cse steel, 1
rsk nou. 1 bale mat. 2 csks sawcepans, 0 iron chests to Bail
A Son; t ca hardware to Castle A Cooke.
Faosi 8am Fbascisco Fer Margregor, Nov lSlh: 8 pkgs
jndse to H M Whitneyt 2 bbls whiskey to A Herbert; 1 do do
so Mscaarlane A Co; 2 ps aadse, 7 pkgs psper to J H Black; 3
re bats to M Mrlnerny; 93 pkgs ibuse to Dillingham A Co; 13
cs cigars, 17 ca iudse to Grinbaum A Co; 1 cse mdse to C C
Harris; 7 pkrs mdse, 40 bu fruits, 160 cs bread to Order; 9
pkgs mdse 10 P Dal too; 22 cs mdse to J S Lemon; 47 pkgs
Uqucrs, 12.es champagne to C Long; 1 cse mdse to J F Pogue;
i pkgs mdss, 19 coils rope, 16 do marline, 40 ike flour, 2 coils
irrging, 2 rolls feather, bdl hoops, 7 do cars to Peirce A Co;
L ZS all potatoes. 10 do odious, 10 do wheat, 1 do corn, 12 do
eed to Frlel A Laine; 2 pkgs effects to P F Fletcher; 34 pkgs
ndse, 20 ba tobaecs to Phillips A Co; 6 bxs medicines, 71
Ags mdse to Gus Toes A Cot 7 pkgs mdse to Schaeier A Co;
1 cse shoes to a Magoiai 3 pkgs mdse to Lewers A Dickson;
iH cs candles to Lecehan A Co; 9 bdis iron pipes, 4 pkgs hard
ware to J Noll A Co; 13 stoves, 9 pkgs hardware to Hegelken
r Co; it abip knees. 26 bxs oak am, 2 pkgs mdse to Hackfeld
k Co; 1 bx uoo to G C McLean; 100 aka potatoes to U Msc-
arlane; 100 ska flour, 40 ska cars, 7 do potatoes, 31 pkgs mdse
Moss man A Son; 440 sks floor, 1 bale hops, 12 pkgs mdse
o Loo Ngo; 25 sks potatoes, 18 do beans, 71 pkgi mdse to Mc
ntyre Bros; 2d pkgs mdse, 8 cs cigars to Uyman Bros; 60 bxs
rails to Bofiee A Co; 11 cs meal, 109 pkgs mdse to II May; 10
' gs epeete ($10,000) to Bishop A Co; 1 Ca mdre to A J Cart
mgbt; 2 bxs mdse to T U Uobron; 1 bz mdse to UoflVchlae
er A Co; 1 d do to E Bishop; 1 parcel do to W Lambert; 2
a do to Brewer A Co; 60 es bread to 8 C Allen.
Fsost Saw Fbascisco Per Colima. Nor ISth 2 trunks
!wslry, 2 do mdse to D Manaon; 25S pkgs groceries to H May;
do dry goods to T II Davies; 1 do photograph goods to M
Mcksoo; 2 do drugs to Dr Hutchinson; 20 do canned goods to
lolles A Co; 8 ao stationery loll M W bltney; 6 do cartridges,
do guns to A J Cartwright; 2 do canned fruits, 41 pkgs rro
eriee to Frlel A Laine; 1 csk crockery, 9 bxs fruit to A Uer
ert; 15 pkgs tobacco to Hackfeld A Co, 4 do drugs to Board
f Health; 2 cs photographs to W C Parke; 26 bxs tobacco to
:ymaa Bros; 1 esepetures, 100 sks flour to E P Adams; 4
ksj-proviaions to T A Lloyd; 223 do mdse to J T Water
oose; 8 do da Wider A Co; 87 do do Dillingham A Co; 13
oiler tabes to W P Altea; 64 pkgs mdse to tiall A Foe; 84 do
o to Wing Chong Fay; 10 cs chairs, 2 pkgs frames to M T
onneU; 167 do hardware to Castle A Cooke; 250 sks flour to
ova A Bros; 3 cs cigars to A woo; 25 pkgs mdse to Took
hong; 110 sks flour to Lam Fi; 6 cs mdse to C E Williams;
do ds to Gruibauta A Co-, 1 do effects to T B Harris; 1 do
to W Frear; 1 do do to Interior Department; 1 do do to H
laneoschneider; 8 pkgs mdse to J G Thrum; 24 bxs apples
J Dickson; 17 pkgs dry goods U Schaefex A Co; 4 cs dry
Mda.2ds eigara to Hofiachlaeger A Co; 2 do drugs to Dr
Fob Sa Fbahcisco Per Mikado, Nov 12tb
850 Palm Trees...
Hel Leaves, bx
ajiny Bags, bale. . .".
je.tr kins, tales
,. 7,Pvlu, bale....
- 3 Rice, bags
10 "agar, mill...
9' Wines, es
198 Whiskey, cs...
orv. cats. '
hi Domestic. M.....$7aJ.43i Foreign
Fob Pobt Gamblk Per CamdenNov 15th
cC.i. irMi iiD-Per Maegregor, Nov 18th
SL base. . 187PUU,e
.u Domestic. $1240.18
pa Accklayo Bros BT Per Colima, NOT 19tt
loa Wii,,d Posts Pit KiUuea, Nov 15h Cai.t J
Slakee, Kcv J F l'ga, ll?v Fmb-r 1-orw.re. Hoo II A ide
mann, Hr G Trouawnu. Chua Will and wife, C I MiiU, Mias
Alexander, Miu Raymond, T W Everett, Riwn Psrk-r. 51i
Morjin, 11 B Ilitrhcock. Mrs Hunter. W I.idfatr. Fri-vkre,
W" K Cuthbrt, J I" KAWAinui, M Pico, and about 60 dk.
Faon FsAsriaco ivr Mrgreg-r. Nor l?ta Mr M it-m.r-Mr
Kii.g, 14 in the lfag.;, snd 64 ia tranaitu f Aaa
traha. Faou 4! FsastiacM I'rr Col. ma, Nov lth J T Wtr
house, ife auJ grandson, Mn IJ T flauclifl and cbiid. Ed
Furstenaa. C R hmithers, D L Wincbestrr and wiie, U F
Lyman, Mrs S A Gilimau and 2 rhiMrro, E II W illlanis, A
l uua, J J Mark, 11 Jobnaon. Dr J 8 McGrew, wile and child,
M: Bennett, R Parmaton, Mna Ciiaan Onril, Miaa M B Jones,
D Manaon, Mra J .N llemihill and islani, Mrs E E Smith, Ah
H.og, D Wood, E C Wheeler, P J M'jot, W J Bensrh.
Fob Accklaxs A fffoatT Per Colima, Nov lgSh t R
Mitchell. W Loin x and wit-. Mr Rkhter and wife.
FeOM Wkdwud Pobts Per Kilauea, Nov 19th Jno
P Tarker, E Lilikalar.l. I Maui, Mias A CleuatonD DayUnan.l
wife, Mias Johnsr.n, Rv F rrhaai'n. H A iJ-mDn. Miss M
Widemann, R.v J F I'&gue, g Parker and wile, Mias Richard
son, Mias F Richar.laon, Kev S E B.ah .p, II R if .tchrock. Mra
oung and 0) derk.
f Castle l.owitr-In Pittafl
the riJenee of Mr. D. M. Colli
field, Macs., October 12th, at
line. Willi aw R Cutii t
New Yotk Citx, fxmerly of Honslulu, 10 Ida B., daughter of
: 1 - m . v . m,.. iirj , '1 vaftuuiu, VAL
Maxchrwtcb Kalawa In this city, Nov. 13ib, by the
Rev. II. H. Iarker, Mr. Thomas Machcstbb to Miaa Lnv
HiroLA.il, adof.tol daughter of 8. P. Kalama, Eq.
II b A H In Hooolulii, on Saturday, November 13tb, of
poeumonla, Williaw Hiohss, ad ahout 40 years, a native
of Cork, Ireland, and for many year a resident of these Islands.
. SA TURD A Y. NO VKMBER 20.
Thf. Wahcapc tract on Maui was sold at auc
tion on Saturday last, ami brought $15,050, Mr.
Henry Cornwell being the jmrchaner; but it was
not sold as advertised. At the last moment the
terms of the wile were altered, the upset price
being raiwd from $8,000 to $10,000. These
peculiar tactics on the part of the Board of Edu-
cation are generally regarded in the community as
a species of sharp practice unworthy of men ia
their Doeition : and in view of the fart that thov
i ' j
Tlad assured rersons who were known as rros-
peciive bidders that the property should be put
up at the former figure, their subsequent action
in springing the price to the larger figure is re
garded as in bad faith. It is believed that the
President of tLe Board; had lie been in tbe coun
try, would never have fanctioned the course pur
sued in the present instance, as was done by the
In- oi r iHsue of the 23d ultimo, in an article on
" Trans-Pacific .Steamers," we stated that it was
the intention of the Pacific Mail Company to start
a circular line of steamers, from San Francisco to
China, Japan, Manilla, Australia, New Zealand
and back to San Francisco, touching at Honolulu.
The Nelson (New Zealand) Times received by
the last mail publishes a letter from Sydney,
wherein it appears that a somewhat similar com
prehensive enterprise is contemplated in the colo
nies, without reference however to San Francisco.
The writer says : " The principal capitalists and
ship-owners here and throughout the Australias
are contemplating the formation of a very large
company to run large steamers between New
Zealand, Auetralia, New Guinea, Manilla, and
China. The ports of call are to be as follows :
Sydney, Brisbane, one or two ports in New
Guinea, Manilla, and Hong Kong, returning the
same way to Sydney and to Nelson, New Zealand.
Then there will be branch lines from "Sydney and
Melbourne to Adelaide. The second branch line
will be from Perth, round the North-west coast
to Cook town, to meet the main line in some port
in New Guinea., I was informed by one of the
gentlemen connected in the scheme that Nelson is
selected for the line end of New Zealand, from
her central position and being easy .of access, and
New Guinea fur the branch lines to meet, and it
is supposed it will assist in developing that
splendid country. The capital is spoken of as
1,000,000, in shares of 25 each. The Parlia
ments of the different colonies are asked for sutA
eidies, and the Imperial Government will be
asked to allow a mr.n-of-war to examine tbe
route before the scheme is launched forth in
The amount of drunkenness among the natives
on Tuesday last was the subject of frequent re
mark, coupled with the almost aa frequent
inquiry where do they get the liquor? TVe are
prepared to give the retail spirit dealers the
credit, latterly at least, of being extremely cau
tious in the matter of selling or furnishing to
natives ; (the symptoms are that the authorities
will be in earnest in executing the law) and they
cannot buy from the wholesale dealers, who are
forbidden to sell in small quantities. But the
fact remains that this, the largest portion of our
population, gets liquor very freely.
Iet U9 look at figures for a moment. The
amount of spirits (exclusive of a few gallons of
rum which passed through the CuBtom House
for consumption during 1874, was 15,600 gallons,
the moet of which was gin, brandy and whisky.
Tbe entire foreign-born population of the islands
by the last census, ntqnbered 5,000, men, women
and children. Two thousand of these are Chinese,
three-fourths of whom, being employed as labor
ers on plantations, are non-consumers of spirits.
Add to these the foreign-born women and children,
to the number of say 1,500, and we have 3,000 non
consumers, leaving 2,000 adult male foreigners
who may be users to a more or less extent of
spirituous liquors, and who are to be put down
for nearly six and a quarter gallons of spirits
each per annum. And if we further reduce the
number of consumers by one third, which will
fairly represent the number who from principle
or otherwise do not use ppirits as a beverage, the
quantity per man for the consumers is not far
from eight gallons. Of course we know that the
foreign population do not consume spirits at this
rate ; and we are forced to the conclusion that a
large portion probably more than one half of
the consumption is among the natives, And this
in the face of the law which forbids, under severe
penalties, the selling or furnishing to them !
And the question recurs again by what pro
cess do they get their supplies? We answer:
frequently through the agency of low and unscru
pulous foreigners Europeans or Americans
who for a small gratuity or for the sake of in
dulging their own appetites will buy for the
natives ; but to a larger extent the native supply
is obtained through Chinese pcddlars and small
shop-keepers. These buy cheap gin from the
wholesale dealers by the case or demijohn, and
retail it by the bottle to the natives. They are
unscrupulous and exceedingly cunniog. There
is good reason to believe that where one licensed
retailer of spirits is found to have broken the law.
and is brought to court by the police, a score of
the unlicensed dealers in gin are carrying on a
lucrative business in our niidat. In his two
specialties of cheap gin and opium, John China
man enjoys a cheap monopoly, and he undoubtedly
chuckles immensely at our futile laws and our
THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL AND NEW
In re"' - the Gazette's article on the above
nameoTTuFlint the impression will be gained that
the Parliatjat of0o'ew .Zealand refused to ratify
the contr- ..i the Pacific Mail Company.
This is n.. however the fact. The contract was
really ratified, but not approved. The Governor,
in Ins oddrcMS proroguing the Parliament, makes
u;-c of theo war Js : The conditions of the
c-ntruet for t!;c mail service via Sao Francisco,
which you have ratified, give promise that on this
occasion tiie permanency and efficiency of that
service will be secured."
Says the Auckland Herald of Oct. 28 : ' The
Sun Francisco mail service contract was brought
up in the Assembly, and an animated debate
took place on Sir Julius Vogel action in ex
ceeding the terms of the resolution of the Leg
islature, by sanctioning an increase of the sub
sidy, and an extension of the duration of tin;
contract. A resolution was passed by the Assem
bly desiring the Government to endeavour to
modify the contract in order to bring it withiu
the amount agreed to by the Legislature."
TLe revolution introduced by the Colonial
Treasurer, (and which was passed) reads thus :
" That this House ratifies the joint contract en
tered into on the 19th July. 1875, by Sir D.
Cooper, Bart., and Mr. Thomas Russell, on be
half of the Government of New South Wales
and New Zealand respectively, with the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company of 'New York (for
whom Messrs. Elder i Co., of Glasgow, and Mr.
McGregor, M. P. for Leith, are sureties) for a
four-weekly mail kteam service between San Fran
cisco and Sydney, and between New Zealand and
" The following addition was then moved by
the lion. Major Atkinson: 'That in the opinion
of this House the annual charge imposed on the
revenue of New Zealand for a mail steam service
ought not to exceed 40,000, and that it is the
duty of tbe Government immediately to enter
into negotiations to procure such modifications of
the terms and conditions of the contract subject
to ratification by this House as will effect that
"The Hon. Major Atkinson's resolution was
carried by 30 against 24.
" Mr. Wales moved a proviso to the effect that
such modifications should not extend the time of
the contract, or alter the route of the steamers.
Rejected on the voices.
" Resolution reported to the House and agreed
THE ROUTE TO AUSTRALIA.
An experienced shipmaster has handed us the
following memorandum of distances, by Merca
tor's sailing, between the undernamed points :
From Ban Francisco to Kandavu..
Kandava to Sydney
From San Franciaco to Honolulu..
Honolulu to Auckland
Auckland to Sydney ,
, 4350 miles
, 1280 "
From Ban Francisco to Honolulu 2004 miles
Honolulu to Kandavu 2843 "
Kandavu to Sydney 1719 M
From Ban Francisco to Bay of Islands ....... 6692 miles
Bay of lalands to Sydney. 1185 "
The distance in no case can be made less, and
will nearly always be from thirty to seventy
miles more, owing to currents and bad courses,
&c. It will be observed that by leaving Hono
lulu out and by taking the direct route to Sydney j
via Kandavu, is only a gain of eighty-seven
miles. ' Besides it is making a dead bead wind
for the passage to San Francisco. Tbe course
passing obliquely through the tropics causes the
increase of distance. "
These memoranda are interesting, as showing
valid reasons why the steamships of the Austra
lian line will not be likely to leave out Honolulu
as a port of call ; aside from the fact, Vlb shown
by us in a previous issue that our passenger and
freight trade is even now worth fully $100,000
per annum to the line.
As we have before remarked, the Pacific Mail
Company, being fully informed aa to our present
resources, cannot expect any appreciable money
subsidy from this government ; but they will
expect all the facilities for their ships which it
may be in our power to grant. Among the by
no means least of these will be perfect facility in
entering and leaving port ; and in this connection
it will be highly desirable that government take
steps as soon as practicable towards deepening
the entrance of Honolulu harbor. The excavation
of a foot only on the bar will prevent the possi
bility of a question arising as to safe access by
tbe largest steamers which may in the future be
placed on the line. ' This is a subject to which
attention should be directed without delay ; and
its recognition by our government would be a
more satisfactory guarantee to the Company than
could be any money subsidy such as we might be
able to pay.
A CAROt The Subscribers, Residents aad
Visitors to the Hawaiian Island!, passengers on board the P.
M. S. S. Co.'s Steamer Colima, tbe pioneer ship of the near
Australasian Mail Service, from San Francisoo, Nov. 10, 1876,
daairinc to ezpren their appreciation of the handsome manner
in which they have been treated by Capt. W. Q. Shackford, hit
officers and associates, take this method of testifying to the
same; cordially wishing tot the continuant nd prosperity of
the Line, and unhesitatingly recommendilj their ships to the
traveling public as combining In all their appointments the
greatest possible comfort consistent with safety and speed s
Jno S McGrew, Honolulu; Pauline McGrew, ditto; Mary G
Bennett, do., J T Waterhouse, do., Mrs J T Waterhouse, do.,
Kdward Furstanau, do-, Kdgar H Williams, do., Albert Lyons,
do., Uilbett Parmenter, do.. Hiss 8 O-Neiil, do., Cbas R Smith
err, New Bedford; V L Winchester, Boston; Harriet M Win
chester, do., Henry F Lyman, Cleveland, Ohio; Edward O
Wheeler, New Bedford; Mra J N Hemphill, Columbus, Ohio;
Mrs II T tUncliff, Hartford, Coon.; Mrs O A Gillman, Boston;
Miss M B Jones, Norfolk, Va.; Mrs X E Smith, San Francisco;
U Manson, Montreal, Canada.
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1875. It
Much Interest is centered at present in this country in the
matter of musical instruments, and the number in use is rapid
ly increasing. But a few years ago a piano or a melodeon was
a rare thing, and only those most highly favored in this world
were thought able to afford such a luxury. To-day the poor as
well aa the rich regard mosic not only as a pleasure, but as an
almost indispensable branch of education ; and almost the
entire population of this great nation is making a special en
deavor to cultivate its study in the family. Since the wonderful
and sudden improvement in reed instruments (such as the me
Indeon) was made, and developed what is now called the
Cabinet or Parlor Organ, they have become probably by far
the most popular and largely patronised medium for musical
study and practice. .The numbers of the makers and the vari
ety of their products has become very large, and to-day It ia a
hard matter to decide whose manufacture is, on the whole, the
most desirable.. Having carefully examined tbe various organa
made In this country and diligently compared their merits, we
are prepared to assert that those made by the NKW HAVEN
ORGAN CO., are among the very best. We base our opinion
on several important and well established facta.
1st They always make their instruments to wear well and
to satisfy the player, and not merely to sell. For this reason
great care fcs taken to so work the reeds in voicing and tuning
that their substance Is not all taken away la obtaining a good
tone ; but they are left strong and sound, so that they will en
dure long and constant use.
2d These instruments are so arranged in tbe qutlity of
their stops that a great variety of solo and chorus effects of un
usual beauty can be easily produced with a small number of
registers, and are quite a moderate priced instrument. Among
these latest solo effects is the new and beautiful stop, tbe "Con
certo." which not only gives a fine solo quality alone and in
combinations, but adds great power, richness, and beauty to
tbe full orguDa.
3d They are always finished with the greatest care, and
elaborately ornamented with carved work when such a finish is
desired, while the plainer cases are rich in design and, form at
tractive parlor ornaments.
4th This company makes a large variety of styles, from the
ordinary size, with one set of reeds, to the large organs, coa
tainiog twenty stops, f -r church and chapel use.
6th They are made under the supervision of men whose
experience in the business is not excelled by any others in the
country, and the workmen employed are the very best that cn
be found. Every instrument that leaves the factory is first
carefully revised and inspected, so that no poor work is ever
allowed to be shipped.
6th The cases of a)l these organs are of solid Black Wslnut,
beautiful in design, ornamentation and finish; the keys of tbe
best Ivory fronts, oval brass pins, bushed. In every respect
In short, the New Haven Organ Company's Instruments are
eminently the people's organs, and are worthy of the enviable
reputation they so certainly enjoy. We cordially recommend
them to the confidence and patronage of the public-, and, if
our readers cannot find them for sale in tbe town where they
live, or its vicinity, we advise them to communicate with the
company, at its headquarters in New Haven, Conn., and look
over its circular and price list. The Independent.
For Sale by Castle b Cooke, II
BOL,LJESotCO.. IIAVE RECEIVED HER
I. C. MURRAY AND M. B. ROBERTS, 300 Barrels of
Best California Mnr, which will be sold at the Low
est Prices In other words, we will not be UNDERSOLD in
CALIFORNIA LIME !
llEt'EITED PER MPBRAT. IX PER
. FECT QROKB.
For Sale at greatly reduced prices, by
BOLLES & CO."
AMERICAN THANKSGIVING DAY.
V . III- C llAtira 1 Pl" Tt- I
Lr. S. Miniitier President, we COPT the following
rfoclatnatiyu of a atunai lcatifcpgmng, nv
I'reeiJcDt Grant. In accordance with tbe recom-
mndation of tbe President, all American citireoa
and others desiring to recognite the occasion, are
invited Vi attend Divine service at the Fort street
Church on Thursday next. November 25th, at 11
o'clock a. h. A sermon will be preached bj the
Rey. Dr. Damon.
Bj tbe President of tbe United States) of America :
In accordance with a practice at once viae and
beautifo! we bava been aeenstomed, aa tbe year ia
drawing to a clow, to devote aa occasion to the
humble expression of oar tha&ka to Almighty God
for tbe ceaseless and dtoingwbed benefits bestowed
upon as as a nation, and for hit mercies and protec
tion during the closing jear.
Amid tbe rich and free enjoyment of all oar ad
vantages, we should not forget tbe source from
whence they are derived and tbe extent of our obli
gations to tbe Father of all Mercies.
- We have fall reason to renew our thanks to Al
mighty Ood for favors bestowed upon as daring the
By His continuing mercy, ciil and religious lib
erty have been maintained, peace baa reigned within
our borders, labor and enterprise have produced
their naerited rewards, and to His watchful provi
dence we are indebted for security from pestilence
and other national calamity.
Apart from national blessings each individual
among us has occasion to thoughtfully recall and
devoutly recognize the favors and profection he baa
Now therefore. I, Ulyres S. Grant. President of
tbe United States, do recommend that on Thursday,
the 2oth daf of November, the people of the United
States, abstaining from all secular pursuits and from,
their accustomed avocations, do assemble in their
respective places of worship and in such form as
may seem most appropriate in their own hearts, offer
to Almighty God their acknowledgments and thanks
for all Hisloercies, and their humble prayers for a
continuance of His divine favor. Ia witness whereof
I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of
tbe United States to be affixed.
Done at the City of Washington, this 27th day of
Ootober, in tbe year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and seven ty-fivs, and of the Inde
pendence of the United States the one hundredth.
U. 8. Grant.
ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the estate of K. G. ADDKRLY, deceased, are requested
to hand in the same to the firm of C. Brewer Co., addressed to
11. 1. Coolidge. And all debts due and owing said estate are
required to be paid to the same firm.
H. J. COOLIDQB,
n20 4t Administrator Estate K. Q. Addrriy
ILL. NEXT WEEK NIESEST THE
DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY GOODS
For parties dirous of selecting for
CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
For which it has been noted, and the undersigned, in acknow)
edgement of the public's appreciation of hia selections for
their requirements heretofore, has spared no paina to merit a
continuance of the same. The selection embraces
Parian Figures and Reliefs I
Walnut Side and Corner rackets,
X orforate cX 1VX ottoos,
for Book Marks and Framing, ne'w.
BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS
Chatter Box, Nursery, Little Folks. Peep Show. Picture Galle
ry. Model Maker, Wee Wee Stories, Child's Delight, fairy
Legends. Rhymes, Chimes and Jingles. Wide Awake. Easy
Book, Aidmala, gongs for little ones, together with many others
in ciom ana Doarcs; as auo an ,
EXCELLENT VARIETY OF
Linen & Paper Toy Books !
Scrap Bo ks. Albums and Scrap Pictures,
Drawing Books and Blates,
Mathematical Instruments !
- . BOXES WATER COLORS. '
Noah't Ark In Yarietj of iliei. A variety of
Animals with Natural Voices !
Comprising Sheep, Goats, Dogs, Cat, Birds, Cows, Ass, Ac.
Another lot of those plessing Acrobats, Embossed Alphabet
mocfs, r.mboaied Dominoes.
Checker Boards la Chinese, European and American manufac
ture. Chess Men In ivory and wood. Checker Men, Vignette
Authors, A vilade, and other Card Games; a small assortment
of Feather Dusters, A few Music Boxes in- horn and wood
rases, playing from 3 to 8 tunes. . ,
Also, another lot of those
That gave so much satisfaction last year, together with a few
CHR0M0S IN OIL. TUB ARRAY OF
DOLLS and DOLL ARTICLES
Will exceed last year's display, and 'consists of Doll Bodies,
Wool Dolls, Bathing Dolls, Undressed Dolls with and without
voice, a large variety or Dressed Dolls, Boy Dolls, Dolls speak
ins " Papa and Mama." Doll's Bath Tub. Bedsteads, Trunks,
Hats, Shoes, Jewelry. Fans, Garnitures, Matches, Chatelaines,
Rocking and lltgh Chairs, wagons, Uigs and Perambulators,
Doll Heads in Rubber, China, Wax, Parian and Leather, Doll
Kid Arms, Jingling Bells, Fruit Balloons, Battledore and
tor wool work, embroidery, crochet, millinery and sewing.
Wood, Tin and Cane Furniture, Rocking Horses,
Horse Heads.Jumplng Jacks, Kaleidscopes,
Pistols with paper caps, Christmas Tree Ornaments,
Lanterns, Brackets, Candles and Candle Holders,
Magnetic and Automatic Toys !
Rubber Rattles, Wicker Rattles, Plated Rattles, . ' ,
Tin Rattles, Tin Toys, Rubber Toys,
Rubber Heads, Barking Heads,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ; :
in Picture Frames, Albums, Cushions, Watch Pockets, '
Slippers, Boxes, Bags, Ac.
Spring Tops, Flying Tcps, Serene Tops,
Dancer and Chameleon Tops,
BOY'S AMEEICAN; TOOL CHESTS !
American Tea Pins. Croquet Sets, Sad Boats,
House. Goi hie. Cottage and Tammany Banks,
Wash Standi, Side Boards,
Tea Sets and Dinner Seta in variety,
f Weather Houses, Water Works,
Oak Express Wagons,
Oak and Painted Wheelbarrows,
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS
Consisting of Ladies Travelling Bag. Necessaries, Pockets
and Belts, Port Monaies, Card Cases.
THE TSL'AL VARIETY OF
DIARIES FOR 1876 ! !
Inkstands for Desk. Pocket and Library,
Pen Wipers. Pen Racks. Paper Weights, Sponge Cups,
Gold Pens, Pearl and Ivory Pencil Cases.
Rubber Holders with Pens, Ivory Tablets.
Call and See the Display !
;r Cash Sales preferred and a liberal discount allowed",
therefor, wheat possible.
Orders from the other inlands solicited, which will meet with
THOS. C. THRUM,
BoSO No. 19 Merchant 6f.
, aa Cl
m fuyceeas to
i visit I jhaiaa cn the wo:J and f-arlB MissdsS cf esrsi
smooth- Labsina oSce at K. Joors. s-"0
E. 0. HALL & SON,
IMPORTERS SU DK lLKKS IN IIAKO
W ARK. Dry tauoda. P&inls. I tm. mad Uroeral Merrhaadiss
do30 Corner Sort mad King Ms. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AM W HOLES 4 LE UK1U
era in Clothing. B-Jots. bors. Hats, Mew's fsroiaSMOg am
Fancy Oooda. (ooiU ly) Ma. 11 Kaahaosaoa St. ItaAulala
THE BRITISH AMD FURKICS
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT TIIE LOW EST !
KATKS. Tbe ciaoses m the fulicies of this Com pan j ar i
specially advantageous Til tO H DAVIES.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Imsm fir ass Life PsIWIw - -
N THE MOST LIBERAL. TERMS. ALL
Claims or Losaes settled with proaaptitade.
BoSOlf THKO. 11. DATll, Agvwt
iio.t:i:ic ju i. iii i. .
CIA MPBELL A. TL'RTOV. Prasrieisis.
J Crop of 9uxar of saeriur quality, now com log in sod
ur sale in quantities to suit ty
U UACKFLLD k CO.
PIONEER DRUG STORE
Of TIIK l NDKKMGSKD.
HAS BEEN RECEIVED BT LITE A R
, rivals an KNTIRK NKW ASK) HTM KM OP ,
Prom the roiled States and F.umpe. Also,
Superior Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Such as Combs, Brush, Toilet Powder and Boxes. Japanned
Hair Brashes, Soaps, Glycerine Balm, Caasphortcs, lien aloe
Bay Rum, and numeroaa other articles.
All f whirls aresSrrrd Psr Slel Lr
Orders from tbe other Islamla promptly filled, and strict
attention paid to sending Oaly lb Chalrrst saBsl Brat
1 Articles, by
no20 3m R. HOFFMANN. M. D.
J. NOTT & CO.,
fUMS, COPPERtZIN'C AND SHEET IRON
Are prepared to do any and all kinds of work In their line.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD.
Laid on or repaired.
GUTTERS AND SPOUTS, and all kinds of Tin
Work on Buildings done on Short Notice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
in the above line, which they OFFER AT LOW KPT PRICKS
together with a fine assortment of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
dec.. &c, &c.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
SMALL FAVORS-THANKFCLLY RECKIVKD AT
no20 NO. 0 K A AHUM A NIT STREET.
CHAMPAGUTE ! !
Chat. Farre Champagne, qts. and pti. .
Ruinart Pere et Fils Champagne, qti & ptt
Heidseick Champagne, qts. and pti.
Eugene Clicquot Champagne, qts. & pts.
Sparkling Hock (Sekt), qts. and pts.
Sauterne, qts. and pts.,
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
ALSO, ALL OF TIIK
BEST BRANDS OF SPIRITS.
Ex OEDER and MACGREGOR I
FOR SALE BY
HAIR FLOWERS. WORSTED FLOW
EK, etc., taught by an experienced teacher, for Five
Dollars per month. Ladies wishing to learn, should commence
soon; aa I shall only teach lor THRKE MONTHS.
sj13 2t . MRS. O. MURPHY, 41 Fort St.
qMUT VKttV DESIRABLE DWELLING
M. and Premises, No. 160 Nnnann Avenue, containing par
lors, dining room, bedroom, dressing room, China and cliAbea
closets on first floor, basesnent ander all ; three rooms on
second floor, kitchen and pantry connected, also with basement
beneath, bathing and washroom, carriage boose, stable, fowl
house, Ac, in order. Apply to J. II. WOOD.
ALSO The Cottage and Premises adjoining, with aix
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, servants room, store room, stable,
and carriage house. ma4 tf
TO LET OR LEASE!
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON
Alakea Street, formerly occupied by A. P. BRICK
WOOD, Esq. For Particulars apply to
971 J. B. LEMun.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
by Mr. 8. M. Carter, situated at the corner of Palace
Walk and Punchbowl Sta. Possession given ImmedU
Apply at the
MARSHAL 8 OFFICE.
FOR RENT, SALE OR LEASE !
COTTAGE AND PREMISES AT
present occupied by Col. M. Prendergsst, 11 and 13
Kokai Place. . Enquire of
yy VYALXEH. K. DIAk
FOR SALE !
MA DESIRABLE HOUSE LAND .m.
in H I LO For Sale. tepl
For further particulars apply to . a
ta2i tf JAMES TATLOR, Honolulu.
rV) LEND ON APPROVED SECURITY,
1 IN L'M3 TO BUIT. Apply to
CECIL BROWN, Attorney at Law.
e2 3m So. 8 Kaabumana Street.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYREN.
DIRECT FROM BOSTON. AMERICAN
PRIME PORK, American Meea Beef,
New Bedford Tow Line,
New Bedford Cutting; Falls,
New Bedford Whalemen s Oars,
50 Bales Best Patent Oakum,
All of which will be gold at Low Prices by
O30 BOLLES CO.
y T. AV. G O "V TZ Tt .
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
nllR CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES.
I WINKS AND SPIRITS always to be founl at the Bar.
LUNCH & COFFEE SALOON. BY LUM JOCK
mjO 34 NCt'ANL' STREET. OPPOSITE
Z the Store of A. 8. Cleghorn A Co.
33 TXT SI 1?
From 8 o'clock to ttis morning till 10 to the evening
! Muttons, Cigarette Paper, etc., etc.
Hi TtnTSlX 'Tf
CIITIZOS AXI RSMHIKXT-Sr
' LI' LI. Via:UBg rrtssxts aed ltra.i gtva 'jr are
rrJ!!y ksvitcd U at lead PwWie VI -. p at rBT ST.
Oil KCH. wbers srvies ate krtd evsry ih a4 II v'vlara.
A. M-. and 7 1-2 P. M fm srv rr4ni K all iraf It
savsaed ts eitevd. Tim is a WrdoesA? eveaitg Prajar
. ... . . - .A L b .11 .M
irt.ar at 1 I i a cisra, ia ioe umin . - - -
James Makee's White Sugar.
A NEW ARTIt'LR.l PKKIUR i" f
A thing saade to tw Islands. J , A
HOtSEKEEPER AND OTIIEMM WILL
Sod the exf4leat sugar at the above rirtn at
olS C. RRfcWKR A CO.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR SVL35 !
fN PCRSCANCEOF AN ORDER OF TIIK
. - - . t -- - - - laTk. I aKall arM
at Public A actios, oa the steps of the Toart H.iaiae in linno-
On Saturday, the 27th Day of Not. 1875.
AT It O'CLOCK JfOOS. aU.
That parcel situate in Palolo Valley
Consisting of lis Acres of Land
Xnir ol'it XiLTfalo sOjiiicI
and described la Roysl Patrol No. 44M.
J. P. GREEN,
Administrator Estate of Psiekslohl, deceased.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
EX MIKADO, VIA P. A. O. CO.'. AND A.
B. N. Co.. ftteaasera, direct frosa Ins MamfaeSory of
P. VKNCATACBBLLl'M i
MADRAS' GENUINE CHUTNEYS, ASSTO.
Carrie Paste & Powders, & Autd. 8aucei,
from the World Rsoowoed Framje. Nowrowjee, Bombay.
rr These Chutney s. Saoos., etc.. we warrant OsasalBit
and as WE ARK THE ONLY IMPORTERS of
these Ooods, we recommend those In want of a Baperior Arti
cle, to call soon.
ol3 8t FRIELJL LAINE.
Champoog Extra Flour,
Island Superfine Flour
Dost Oregon Lime,
AND A '
SUPERIOR LOT FRESH SALMOII
IO70 Catch !
FOR 8 ALU BY
II. HACKFELD St CO.
ARE BEIM OPENED !
Liberally Treated With.
BONNE ET BELLE
WHITE, BLACK AND 8TEIPE8.
TIIM M OTHER STORE U MS
Call and Tudge,
vji -r Jt
FROM CCTTISO A CO.'S CELEBRATIJ4cTORT,
CI AS EH MOCK TURTLE T)rf J CARES
J ROAST Beef, Cases Boiled Beef, Csses Klast Motion,
Cases Boiled Motion, Cases Roast Veal, Cases Turkey, Cases
CaUrten, Cases Boo pa. ;:., Ac. ,-.,,,,. , r
For Bale by BOLLES A CO.
KUTTfTI E B C H A N T
I'MII. lilt' IIHITKIIMINKTIIIt .
DOOTS & SC30ES
EX MARY BELLE ROBERTS I
AND PARTLY COMITISO OF TIIK FuLLoWINat
1AlIKK SKIIUK CONO .KM OA ITEM.,
A all uiibat Laties tff fcswsuwais, Ktd a aBs,
Ladies' t'urae Ktd Manantasaett. Xtsniers
Mv.irt Ties, IaJhi' Frvnrk and Caraexa Id
I ad tea' Frewk Kid and Car., Bwiuas laouta,
Miaeee' rWe- KaliaHvmle Kt4 Vaaaped,
Mian' rrasM-h Ktd Wsasaursla,
Mwm' French Kid Holloa Hot 4a. Masse' IVtf
Ml' Cakf llaltna tfcaita, larw WlWs,
Ladies Calf Uuuoa Bants, e-v style.
Ladies' Calf IUtaMSs. ChiMr i'aaf sWhaw
Children's Ratio. Uaiiera,
ladles' C.racoa Ktd Cssifrrs tiaitsva,
Ladies' Calf Ratio. Ualurrs,
La.lwa' tVfcblrd Oast Hallo. Oslleva,
Ladles', Misses and ClldiWs ltlaivs a4 A at I
Ladies' Wkits Kid Mippeva,
.A.11 the above Lino
WW I'll I LA 1) E L I'll I A SHOE WARE
- WILL IIE-'
8 O Id I AT I It I V i: H
Below Ruling liatccs.
ALSO. PER D. C. MURRAY.
Fine Asst. of Gents Clothing
(JenU Flu. Black Frurk Coals,
fptesidld Black iMnkia Pants, Whll MarselU. Vasts,
Aasnrtad Cas, Trowsers, Aaaurted Coals .Ml Vesta,
Very Cheap and Very 0Md Hark tails.
Th. Finest t hit. Phirt. I. T-nrn,
Latest ljl of I affa aad Collars ...
Elastic A ok Is Jea firsvers, Mw Kirks vt Pwav voder,
Line. C.mbrte Ifandkarrhief Ties, Ac ,
oeks la Kvsry tirade.
The Best Asaortmenl of Pocket Cm levy la Te.au i
Hair Brashes, Clothes Brashes, TKh and N II Kraal., .
BlackloiBraahes, C , e. ,
AlHO,icr.Vnttco clc CShmn
Ladies' Fine Gold Watcher A Chains,
LadlM and Children's Nark Chains,
ladies' and Of Ms ftn. LHasMttd Kinfs,
Ladies' Massive tfM Bracelets, ladles' 04ajeta,
Koiid Hirer War., Finger Hints, la Orsat Variety,
TleitU ttotty trfhrr 'Art hits, tdo Xutntr
LadlM ifU lral4lBf tk IMfcrr ItlMtft 1U
kit thvlr Offr-M PlIftMllT kXUtiti U. '
FOR N A I-.E I
t ' Good fir Ctiirken Feed, hr,. , ,
KAKAAKO SALT, per Bag or Ton,
Of its lira aalir, :sl mp If Reej .
3 1.A 1' 13 BtOUOSJ,
J An. I. IIOWIETf,
Coraer Qussn & Fort W.
TIIOS. G. TIIIHIiTI
Hill !, la TIM Ur the MXF.JIBI U NTOHrtS,
OR POrWIBLV JCARUKK,
ti mm amjuc
AlMlMUAIdi for 1076 I
For Home or Fortign Eta'den.
PRICE. FIFTY CCNT8 PER COPY
TUB VF.RV FAVOR1IILK MErCPTION '
watch this llaad-Book sue ith .a lis irst aipssraa.,
and ths completed arracavnenta for Ma general clre.l.tasa
throais;ho.t the Paetlc and Fastava Btales, throsf h tls. Ca
tenaUl KxhlbUkor, Colon lea, Aaslrsllaa Btiaanns aad th.
Islands, makes It a desirabls adrsnialnr adl.a, tor srhlrti A
Umtled spaoa srill be devoted.
It will son t I a nth the Calendar th. Tlase of In. aS
KlsUif and Kettlnf far esvh day, and In. Mooa's Ft ,
Tahl. of NartM KlltnaU, Ke()stev af tli.
' C.urt, Offi'st aad other Oflears, FMSUesl7"
aye., Custom ItouM Tables, Metsorolof lr- M
al Tables, List of Island Mosses,
Hawaiian Chronoloftcal fcvrnta,
History of the Hawaiian Post Oflne,
History of the CosVe I od retry and Tables la Cuoaertlosi
Therewith, Rem in Isomers of Hewsnapera and ,
OAeea af Honolala, Postal Ta
bles, locrthsr with
OUiSS- Matters a Iotre4.
Sarly apvtatlnna for span. an orders fur er.pies sulktlied. '
Orders from abroad sous! laH.d. posisf (10 ets ) and raa bs
remitted la sUcsk.. Addr
TUUH. V. TIIKUM.
Pablislier, lIonolulM, M. I.
Fwr Cablwev. llsasaal. rrl-e., wtO.wtft.
A VF.RV LABOR AWiRTkllMT OF
which with wLat is already on band will kflurd partic. desirlnf
aa eseerteat opportunity f srlectinf.
Invoice of Oerman and French Oooda t
now on ih. wsy, selected enperially to my order Cperlal ardtr
American Toys from New York 1
is also an th. way. and with my Ma Franrasns evdar, and
variety of Ooods now In siork will e sored the ekreu.ni variety
presented last year.
SPEEM OIL ,a : .
f N O.D ANTITIE"J TO BI'IT. ' K0 M I Ossl
AV loa to a barrel
For fals by
CALIF0BNIA POTATOES & 0NI0W8.
AS MALL QUANTITF REl'EIVKU FCR .
D C. VIl'RKAV. For bait tf
SOLLk'S 4 CO.
; "tlx KX
aBBBBI . ,