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BY C. S. DARTW
UNDERWRITER'S SALE !
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, : : : : DEC. 4th.
Al 11 O'clock, N..n, at J .,. srooiu,
y onlrr o( Mri. II H.ckfei-I A To., f Account a
Whn it oay Concern ,
THE FOLLOVING GOODS
LANDED DAMAUKD CwlITION
From Germa Bark (VAr, ,,, Hrtmen.
W T 1 Case, & l Calrsins,
" 2W 1 Cue, i
M 2o 1 Cas-r. 6
- 210 1 Case. 6 " "
It K Mo 4ii3 1 c, d. Calfskins,
J A No 90 I rase csntainiog- -
10 dV UosortTs arted Hair Brushes,
i 1 do T-vlh 1-.
W No. 94-023 30 case Sar.l'ors rol, M quarter tint,
- 134-U) d do lOOfcalftiu.
W No. 213 30 case ?nrklli,r H k,each 1 d'-x ifuiru.
- 214 10 - d . .1 , -2 p.nts,
K P F 117 P 40 cases Kuinart Per- Fill Champa; ne, each
' 'J d'.f pint,
A urli.rf juu
J0.11 5 cases lleilileck A Vu' ' lumpen', each 1
'W ii caws llei.Jtierk A Co N ' ha uip- -, ea. b 2
C. s. KtUfoW. Au..t'r.
At Canton Restaurant.
ON MONDAY. : : : : : DECEMBER 6th,
At 10 o'clock A. M. will Ue aolj,
Furniture of the House
Tables. Chairt, Bedstead, Crockeryware,
Knives and Forks, Stove and
f f ; Kitchen Furniture.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioor.
WEDNESDAY : : : DECEMBER 8th
At IO mlU. A. M. Hi Smtem Raa
Will t ald
CLOTH I KG,
Ee.. Kl., Kir.. Ele.
C. 8. BARTOW, Auct r.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
A PA RTIF.S HAVING CM IMS AQAIN3T
jL the rslate ol E. 1. Addrrly, drcrasrd, are hereby Dotlfled
to prraent Ibem with th proper roucber to ibn anderaiKord.
adisiniatralor, stthin airmoiUb from th flrat publication of
this noticor tbry wiUbforevtv barrnl. And all persona
iodvtitrd to thai eatate are requeated to make immediate paj
meot; aacb claima cao bo preaantetl and auch drbti paid to me
t lb booae of Hrever Jk Co., Iloooiulir, Oaho.
H.J. COOLI DQK,
Administrator of tl.e entaie of K. O. Adderljr. deceased.
iiooerslu, November 20th, 1ST5. oo20 4t
Wl vlait Laliaina on the second and fourth Monday a of each
mouth, tabaloa office at K. Joiiea. uM
James Makee's White Sugar.
ANKW A RTK'LK. StTFKK IOK TO ANV
thing made in the Ialanda. For aale hr
ool3 4t C. BREWER A CO.
ADDKRLY A COOLIDOE.
HOt'HEKEEPRRN AMI OTHERS WILL
&pd Ibe excellent sugar of the above plantation at
ool3 C. BREWER A CO.
PLEASE Y0UR CHILDREN !
GHROMO PICTURES !
FOR - j
JUST It KtEIVED,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
EXTRA QUALITY PRINTS,
LIGHT AND DARK FAST COLORS.
l" A Blue and Brown Waterproof, cotton aud wool, and
Floe Black and Oxford Dueskius Blue Salmra
Floe Eloe aod Black Broad Clotb,
Bab Carriage Rog. Oardrn Hats, Skirt Supplier.
Also, to Arrive,
D. C. Murray & R. C. Wylie
FANCY TRIMMING PRINTS,
Bleached and I'nbleact ed Cottons and Sheetiugs,
Rassi Crash And Diapers,
Gross Oram Ribbons, Fancy Flannel Orershirts.'
Bine aod Grey Flannela,
VVh.le and Drab Moleskin, t nd. r-hirts,
Whit and Buff Linen Duck.
Faocy Linen Drills, White Quilting.
Dress Hollands, Handkerchiefs,
Whits Table I.iaen,
Finest Best aod Medium Napkins,
Mosquito Netting-. Nary Flannels,
Cotton Dole, Scarlet Flannel, Fancy Tweed,
Fancy Braids, Silk Qosaamer.
Fancy Table Damask, Uair Cloth, Silicias, Shoe Thread.
1 " i - ALSO
Assorted Paints and Oils,
Galvanised Tubs, Pails and Vah Basins,
Tea Kettles, T Hinges, 6 to 16 inch,
Fencing Wire, No. 5, ;
Annealed and Tarred Hoop Iron, best No. 19. light, )& iu
Castor Oil, 1 and 2; CasUle S- ap. Genuine.
Ward A Payoe Kangaroo heep She-rs.
Curry Combs, India Rubber assorted! Chamois Skins
Spoo es, Capa, Shot, Fancy Bowls.
A FINE ASSORTM'T OF FILES, SCREWS
(irouod Jamaicn Ginger.
UrounJ Pepper ana cinnamon, i
Pure Cream of Tartar in bulk.
Pure Glyceriue, Fish Lines,
' Pearl Buttons,
Best Lace Leather, Fancy Soaps, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Golden Gate Iloiii-,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
CRUSHED NUC AR. j
BEST AND MEDIUM QUALITIES
R A V SUG A RS.
COLUMBIA RIVER AND FRAZER RIVER 1
Iu quant. ties to suit.
. s . -J tTtnnnn'a ITaKnonna
L-L'ountry vriuy rumjmy feir rr.. ..
VV . .cKjaHr JuOtresr luires, ni ;
CvflStlO AJaT tJOOKC.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
CHRISTMAS" GOODS i
A.liniiii.vit tor's t-Sjilt?
SILVER WARE, &c, &c.
B 'irdrr t,f V. C. Jones, Jr., K. . rpociul Ada.inUtr:r r of
tbe t tiMle of MathiMa Eckart, deeeaaed,
ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7th,
AT I O O'CLOCK. A. M., AT THE
Store of Mr. Eckart, Fort St.,
Will be soi l,
Entire Stock of Jewelry !
Iu part ill IHtw : j
Kol.d ivl.1 Kinir, O-.l.l chain, and Nr. k lace., j
A. Ovid I.M-kt., plain and -l ,lh prarl. Opal. Ac. I
Or.ld Ear ftiiipn, ()..d Shawl Pins, 0.ld Armlets,
Cukl Ma'iiic and Engine P.m. 01 huckle.
Gold Bracelets, very bandaiHne', Brohes and Ear Rings,
Oold Sleeve Batten. Shell 81e re Baltoos,
Gold Sbirt Stud., Oold and Silver Chain.,
Shell Pin. and Ear Rings, Coat Link., Olove Buttons,
Kukul Sleeve Button-, Ear King, and Vest Butu.ns,
Children. Kii.K", t'aue-, Ui.liriK Mbip
Sliver Cake Knives and Kith Knivis,
Silver NapLia Ring-, Sugar S.fter. Knife Rents,
hilver Salt Cellar, Silver Tal.le and Tea H, onus,
Silver Tl.le and Ie-s-rt E..rk., Whittles,
SiUer Hu'pentler I'ackles, , ; ,
Silver, Magic and Calendar Watches !
Sni.a Wnlrkrt, Galil Ring.,
Sprrfiirlrw ! h'.f Glnaaea.
2 Handsome Silver Plated Tea Sets
Silver rUtel Sugar Bowls, tioqurt Holders, Cake Dish,
Silver Plated Cake and Pudding Dishes, Fruit Dishei,
Silver Plated Milk Jugs, Card Receivers, Flower Vase?.
Sliver Plated Pepper Bottles, Drinking Cups, Bells,
Silver Plated Card Holders, Pickle Castnrs. Oravy Ladles,
Silver Plated Icn Pitchers, Bracelets, Nut Crackers,
Silver Plated Table and Dessert Knives and Forks,
Handsome Silver Plated Castors !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
PiXCV EAR RINGS, PIXS.
JEW 101.11 V BOXES,
Ono 1-J.esfiilntoi- Cloclc I
N. B This sale presents an unusual opportunity for pur
chasing Christmas and New Year's gifts, as
Fvcrytliin will be 8oId
LT TERMS CASH. XT
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, DEC. 9th,
At haif-past 0 A. M., at Salesroom, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Print, Muslins. Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
FANCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS!
Harvard Shiits, Wool Shaw Ik,
Turkish Tuwels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskeag Denim
Cotton Prill. Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits,
Bed y.nlts. Merino and Cotton I'ndershirts,
PELT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' Hose, Men's fucks,
Bridles and UiL, Travelling Bags, Etc., Etc.
CHOI EM ES, FAM GOODS, LI !
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Soda Crackers,
Clothes Pins, Hams, B.icon, Candles,
Pickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
E P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
Oiiarc1i:m Sale of
On Fort Street.
, By order of II. A. Widemann, Esq , Ouardian of the minor
e c ildren of J. Pullman, deceased,
ON SATURDAY, : : : : DECEMBER 18th,
At 1J OVl.K-k, M., at Salesroom,
j 1177 fV OJ',,;t1at Inhlic Auction at the
I'ji.ttt 1 . tf $S50, that' certain
Piece or Parcel of Land !
OX HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU,
Adjoining the residence of J. S. McQrewr, M. D.. cu the
easterly side, and formerly occupied by Mr. W. Fischer, with
milii.m;s. impboieuksts t.ierf.ox.
-. X.r IMi.flJ t AMI.
K. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
rpHE PUBLIC A It E HEREBV NOTI-
I fie. I that JO.-K I'll M C1IAIKY has no authority to
sell any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN
NERY, nr to incnr any et njiture on account of the same
except through the undersicneil.
J. I. DOW SETT.
Honolulu. March 17. 1ST!. 9oi
riv. I. KM) OX APPROVED SKCI KITY
1 IN SIMS TO SI IT Apply to
CECIL BROWN. Attorney at Law,
(Ki.'3ui No. S Kaahumanu Street.
IE ' I. AV. i L A 1 16 .
Corner of lintel and Fort Streets.
rglllE CIKIICESr AXD BEST OK ALES,
ft WINEri AM SPIRITS always to be f .un I al the Bar.
IOMjKsjtr,-li:.vE rf.f.i vkd pkr
U D. C. Ml'KHA s . .fN l M. B. KOBERT.S, 300 Barrels of
Bral CallforMinCUme, which will be sold at the Low-
est Prices in other word' w. will not fc" CNDERS0LD in
First Sailing Vessel
3E3C. "XTV. i'r lTTiy,
E. FREEM N, M TEK,
tor I'reijbt, apply lo .
CASTLE. A C.0KK. AcrM
ui the Hawaiian babe.
fefe m m , v
J. II. WALTER, Master.
Will Hate Qalck IrUpatth forth AWwve Port!
For Freight or Pg-, apply lo
cell H. IIACKFELD A CO.. Agents.
FOR SA FAC IS:0.
TBE FINE NEW CUl'HR SCHuONER
Built for the tale W. C. K.Uun, Esq, is expected early In
December and will have quick dispatch,
For Freight or Parage, apply to
J. T WATERIIOl'SK
Th advertiser Leltev-a this l be the fln.-t schner ever
within oar heritor and wis built in Sn t rnci. m.20 4t
fok nvdi:y, a. s. w.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
iirf .1.-1.7 T .i
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W.,
On or about Dec. 16th !
All Freight intended fur Shipment per Steamers either to
S in Francisco r the Colonies will be received iu the Steamer
Warehouse Free of Morngr
The Agents will gie a Warehouse-Receipt for all Merchan
dise, but will not be rerx.niiile fi.r loss by Bre.
J- For Freight nd Paf.Hge, to Sydney, New Zealand and
Melbourne, apply to
ooiO C BREWER A CO., Agents.
I'ltlFlf 1I.1IL STEAMSHIP 10S
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
VASCO DE CAM A,
RICE, Commander, will
LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Dec. 7th.
JT For Freight and Passage, or any further information,
no20 Apply lo H. II ACKFELD & Co. Agents.
AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND LINE!
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SAN FRANCIS . 0 !
XrVlll Tjoftvo Honolulu
KANDAVU, F. I., & SYDNEY, N. S. W.
connecting at Kandavu with Company's steamer for AUCK
LAND, N. Z , PORT CHALMERS, and intermeliate ports.
On or about the I 5th December.
For Freight and Passage, and further Information,
no20 Apply to n. II ACKFELD & CO , Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
V. BREWER i CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always he made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, Mew fork and
other Eastern Ports. O" Cash Advances made.
o2 ly C. BREWER A Co.
R E G V L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Si. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
3 liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(o2 ly) C. BREWER A CO.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Tuesday, Nov 30th, 5 p m
Monday, Dec Cth, 5pm ....
Monday. Dec 11th, 5pm ...
Wednesday, Dec 22d, 5 pm.
Mon. lay, Dec 27th, & p ni ...
Circuit ot Hawaii
. .Circuit of Kauai
X3 When there are no cattle to land at Maalnca Bay, an
effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday P. M.
On down Trips the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu until
0 A. M. or later; Mxkena until 6 A. M. or later; and Maalaea
Buy until 8 A. M. or later, without due notice of any change
Rates of Passage will be
To or fiom Kaunakakai, Molokai... .. 6 00
" l-ahalna. Maul 6 00
- " Maalaea, Maui 7 00
i. . Makena, Msui 8 00
" Mahukona, Hawaii 10 00
" Kawaibae, 10 00
."-Kailua, r. 10 00
Kaawaloa, ".' 10 00
" " " Hilo, 11 50
" " Kau Coast " 15 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip 22 00
To or from any P. rt on Kauai 800
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip 12 00
Deck l'assage for natives only...... 2 00
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKET3 AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for bapgage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DC E ON DEMAND!
A r effort will be made to have the Steamer reach llono
lulu on the evening of Ihe same day she leaves Maul
SAMUEL Q. WILDER, Apent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort and Itueen Streets.
REttl'LAR PACKET FOR MI1AINA.
r i TiT-n c nun tiTTTTr wruDTTT
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Ran Re-'BUrly between This Port and Laliaina,
Honolulu Saturdays and Lahaina ever) Wednesdays.
9j$ 3uj II. HACK! ELD A C., Agents.
IC A. TJ A I 37 A IC J3 T !
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
Will hrve Regular Iiispa.ch for the above rained Ports, on
and after the Sth of November next, until further notice.
Freight and Passengers taken at the Lowe t Rates.
9C2 BOLLES A CO.. Atrents.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYREN.
lilKECT FRO.M BOSTON'. A l ERIC' A N
WW PRIME PORK. American Me?s Beef,
New Bidfr.rd Tow Line,
NVw Bedfonl fiUlins E.ills,
New Bedford WhaU men's Oars,
50 Bales Best Pnlent Oakum,
All of abich will be ?okl at I. r Ibices bv
s!0 BOLLE A CO.
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
BAKER'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOCR.
Received per Murray, aud for sle by
ISOILES A CO. -
i il Y. KK I L AsStKT3IKT OF
I'l tsi'i vnl Meats, Fruits, Vegetables.
FOR SALE BV
BOLLES & CO.
TAX COLLECTOR'S N0T1CEM
l I ST K I t'T O F KOVA,
Honolulu. Oahu, 1875 !
1WWX. I'lYKK l THIS IHSriill T il(E
M. krrrl f,--t i "J r Jt'-l 4 emair-irr
t It K T E 1 K. .(tin Oliicr ia Mi:r. f:r il, Ak-Ijim.
j Mub.lajr. IK ! t4 N nbr, A:.J in ci( im.'.f ui.
re hrrl rr4 jlr. J av ia ufi.:e (ajmrru u it, a;i..
Ora.- ou vvry M1ajt, O rtia- i .jf tid alurliy. ut
9 a. m . lu 4 p cn
. II .l .
urSO I in TiX Cut. t.r, lloa.lulii.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO HAVE rilOTOGUlFHS TAKE
A V D N E W V E A R " S
is fully prepared 'With a large and well ass orted t vk of
everything in his line to supply all cutnnr
Th e dcirinf it rn have their Negatives Retouched
the best Sin Francisco t) le at a sui i.l adaiK-e in pr.-e
or'2 Call stMtl See al IS I For! St. I
i rr 1 v 1 t r 1 1 11 1 i c
Ol ll II il I li II llll U ij
II A S
H. G. UUlTlLil'JZl,
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY DAYS
FROM LONDON DIRECT,
KEST ANNEALED DRAWN FENCING
WIRE, Xm. I, .r. O.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron !
Clali'iniiznl Iron Tulittj,
' 1-2 cC-3-4 in.
15 o t. XI o o Iron,
, . s - 3-4, 7-8, and 1 inch.
- II0RPK SHOE NAILS AND HORSE SHOES,
BOOTH & CO'S BEST PORTLAND CEMENT
PATENT SHOT, 1 to 12,
Hubbuck's Best White Lead
AND ZINC PAINT.
llubbuca'a Lanip Black, Venetian Red, Vehow lchre,
Hubbuck's Red Lead Putty in l.'j lb. hi i.l.lers;
Hubbuck's Raw and Boiled Oil, iu casks and drums.
TABLE KNIVES AND FORKS.
CARVERS, BUTCHER KNIVES,
POCKET K N I V ES, &c
.AN ASSORTMENT OF
v ' : '
BEST ENGLISH SADDLERY !
. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WHITE, SCARLET, ULIE. MAGENTA AND
ft 1 . i A CHOICE
COLLECTION OF TOYS !
CROWUET SETS, SLATES,
SLATE PENCILS, Ac, Ac.
BABY'S FEEDING BOTTLES,
BLACK and BLUE TWEEDS I
Gold, Black ami Blue Waterproof Twh.hI,
JAPANESE SILKS !
WOOL REPS, WOOL SHAWLS,
MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS !
Men's Colored Shirts, Blue Jean Shirts,
Men's Flannelette Shirts, Regatta Shirts,
Men's Wool Shirts, asstd. colors;
An Elegant Assortment of
Ladies' Fancy Articles
White Cricketing Flannel,
Blue and Scarlet Flannel, Cussimere Prints,
Cretoine Prints, White Cottons,
Brown Cottons, Scotch Domestics,
New Patterns and Styles.
EXTRA ENAMELED CLOTH FOR CAR
1 Choice Lot of Taney Silk ami tton
, - and Fiyvred J-'hmneh,'
DIAGONAL TWILLS, OXFORD SHIRTING, ETC. j
Christy's Black and Colored
FELT HATS, Newest Shapes !
MENS SILK II ATS AND DRAB SHELLS.
A LA ROE VARIETV OF LADIES STR A V i
H ATS, NEW STILE. MEN'S AND
BOY'S STRAW II ATS. Xr.
Haberdashery and Hosiery
A LARGE ASSORTMENT.
Also, a Great Variety of Articles
too Numerous to mention.
MARY BELLE ROBERTS,
- A LAROE ASSORTMENT OE
ENGLISH PRINTS I
Ladies Fancy Articles,
rV'KW FANCY SIf.KS !
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
rij-.alBi UBLS. BEST
JJ LAND CEMENT,
loo Coils best Russia llerop Ui'i'1?,
Ceils Russia Bfdl Rope.
Cases English Pie FiaiK,
Cases do. Pickles,
Cases do. Ground Peprxr.
Casts do. Mustard,
Cases rlo. French Peas,
CsksTat.le Salt, in br.lll.-
F Sate at Ihe Lowest Prices by
o30 BOLLES A CO.
DAILY EXPECTED PER BK. CEDAR,
I7VROM EUROPE A LARGE INVOICE OE
W tbe Best Qualities of Ilubbucks Paints and Paint Ods.
B0LLE3 A CO.
T-r i B T
rrv proceeds to the navnifint I
T3 "ST Tv "KT?T ffT ?T7 TT t
i Ji-H. sWJ. JU w-a. ai-p ; I
REDWOOD ! ! !
I .t li t i. - h-A-il, i i fU3a.u;r to m( ur-
r j-rr tbe t argo ft lii l 0 l.Otther
x o w I- a x i i x a
CoOiStiCg Of :
1 In. SURFACED EEDW00D BOARDS,
in , J In. Surfaced RedWOOd Boards,
- v1iit o c j t j j
t 1 14 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
v 1 2 In Surflced Scdwoo,i PIlI'k,
ij 1x6 Iu-T'f'e"4 & O'00'"1 W. Flooring
j BAV Am, A sW Via Aa II . A IVVliUgi
! 1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards. ;
1 1-4 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
2 In. Rough Redwood Flank,
4x4 Rough Redwood Scantling,
i 4x6 Rou&h Rwood scanning.
6x6 Rough Redwood Scantling.
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
"FA YES" SUP. REDWOOD SHINGLES!
n'JTC.n ALLEN & RODINSON.
yTTLL PRESENT THE ISUAL FINE
DISPLAY DF HOLIDAY GOODS
For partie dr trout of selecting for J
CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
For which it has been noted, and Uie underlined. In acknowl
edgement of the public's appreciation of bis selections for
their requirements heretofore, has spared no pains to merit a
continuance of the same. The selection embraces
Parian Figures and Reliefs !
Walnut Side and Corner Brackets, '
3r o a f o r n. t o cl 1VX o t o o m
for Book Marks and Framinf , new.
BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS
Chatter Box, Nursery. Little V.dks, Peep Show, Picture Galle
ry, Model Maker, Wee Wee Storiea, Child's Delight, a!ry
Legends, Rhymes, Chimes and Jingles, Wide Awake, Easy
Book, Aiiiroals, Songs for little ones, together with many others
in cloth and boards; as also an
EXCELLENT VARIETY OF
Linen & Paper Toy Books !
Scrap Bor ks, Albums and Scrap Pictures,
Drawing Books and Slates,
Mathematical Instruments !
BOXES WATER COLORS.
Noah's Ark in variety of sizes. A variety of
Animals with Natural Voices !
Comprising Sheep, Uoats, Dogs, Cats, Birds, Cows, Ass, Ac
Another lot or those pleasing Acrobats, Embossed Alphabet
Blocks, Embossed Dominoes.
Checker Boards In Chinese, European and American manufac
ture, Chees Men iu ivory and wood. Checker Men, Vignette
Authors, Avilade, and other Card Oames; a small assortment
of feather Dusters, A few Music Boxes in horn and wood
cases, playing from 3 to 8 tunes.
Also, another lot of those
That gave so much satisfaction last year, together with a few
CIIR0M0S IN OIL. THE 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 of Dressed Dolls, Boy Dolls, Dolls speak
in; " Papa and Mama," Doll's Bath Tub, Bedsteads. Trunks,
Hats, Shoes, Jewelry, Fans, Garnitures, Matches, Chatelaines,
Rocking and High Chairs, Wagons, Qigs and Perambulators,
Doll Heads in Rubber, China, Wax, Pariau and Leather, Doll
Kid Arms, Jingling Bells, Fruit Balloons, Battledore and
'-. for wool work, embroidery, crochet, millinery aud sewing.
Wood, Tin and Cane Eornlture, Rocking Horses,
Horse Heads,Jumping Jacks, Kaleidscopes.
Pistols with paper caps, Chiistmas Tree Ornaments,
Lanterns, Brackets, Candles and Candle Holders,
Magnetic and Automatic Toys !
Ruhher Rattles. Wicker Rattles. Plated Rattles,
Tin Rattles. Tin Toys, Rubber Toys,
Rubber Heads, Barking IJcads,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
in Picture Frames, Albums, Cu.hions, Watch Pockets,
Mij.l-erf, Boxes, Bags, Ac.
5-.ring Tups. Flying Top. Serene TojS,
Dancer aud Chameleon Tof.
BOY'S AMERICAN TOOL CHESTS !
American Ten Pins. Croquet Pets, Hail Boats,
House, Gothic. Cottage aod Tamruar.y Banks,
Va!h Hmn.tv Side Boards,
Tea tf ts and 1inner Sets in variety,
Weather Houses, Water Worss,
Oak Express Wagons,
Oak and Painted Wheelbarrows,
Ac. it. Ac.
A SMALL A Sj RT M E N T UF
RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS
Cr.n-i-tin(r of Ladies' TraveHit.g Bags, N'ecesnnes, P.Kkrts
and Beln. p..rt Mormies, Card Cases.
THE 1L"AL VARIETV OF
DIARIES FOR 1876 ! !
IiiksUnds for Dek, Pocket snl Library,
Pen Uiers. Pen Hacks. Paper Weights, fponge Cups,
fiold Pen. Pearl anJ Ivory Pencil Cases.
Rubber li.l . ri with Pens, I vory Tablets.
Call and See the Display !
XT Cash Sales preferred and a liberal discount allowed
therefor, when possible.
Orders from the other i-dandi sul.citeil, wbi. h will meet with
THOS. C. THRUM,
No. 19 Merchant St.
rli" "uuons, cigarette Pajr, etc., etc.
QTommf rcial 51 bbrrtiscr.
; Ox Hc-Jr.i--Ir last, thv lit Inst , At 11 o'clock A.
Mjejr recwi.t-J Major Jaiue II. tKUbois,
B C. M'e CvotmUalotter bJ Cfiut General, who
freet,ic.J to Hut Msject, tL HoboraUe rctarJ
Hr. R. X , CtntuoJer II. a M's. SUip MirmUom;
"fcT?TXrut. V. F. II rrktr. R. N.; LUut. Cft
Itit. R N , if the same L)p; Afc-I Theo. II. Ie,
iq , H. U. Mi Vk CYdu!
Hit Majeeiy autnJeJ ca tLi occasion Ly 1 1
R. jal IlighntM William Tttl UMobtkn, Ifn l i
W. L. Grceo, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Ilia He.
John O. Domiois, Govetuor cf OaUu; Hon. CtL
Chna. II. JuiJ; FreJ W. IWckVey, Lj . II. M'a.
ChtrnUrlain; anJ Ma)or Maik P. Rol!ncn.
Tn Chri-tints vacaiioti of lh rntu ul
Ktilish Iy li"!s in H..n.ilnlu, iUriten.l (ruin
' ... t.l ..t l),...,iiiUr I., linn. r lAih Ikirionin
Ihe- lirt l. rm o( tin new iui Mon.Uy. Jai.uAry
lotb, I fs7J. . .
Uy or.l. r id tl.- l.ui.l f lMuration.
W. Jk. Hwmi, Scy.
JVUlolaal Hal-, iVv. rl, 1H75.
Ir has .leasexl Ilia Majesty the King to appoint
th following genileaien, KuigLtf Urau.1 Croaa of
the Royal OrJer of Kalakaua :
H TL II. W. P. Leleiohoku, Chancellor of tha Drier,
Hob. Klisha II. Allen.
Hon. Charles C. Harris,
His Highnea t'harlca Katiaina,
Hon. t'liatles U. Liln-p,
Hon. John O. IKmiinis,
Hon. Archibald 8. CK'ghorn.
I It uas also pleased Ilia Majesty to appoint tha
(Ulowiug genlletoeu. Knight Cotuuiaudera cf tba
Royal Order of Kalakaua :
Hon. Willum L. Moehouua,
Hon. A. Francis Judd,
Hon. J. Mott Smith,
j f Hon. Samuel N. Caatle,
r Hon. Edwin O. Hall,
Hon. Alfred S. Hartwill,
; ' James Makee, Eeq.
! IoUtii ralaee, Not. 11, lb7&.
SATURDAY, DFA lEMHER 4.
" NOTKS OV THE V. I K . '
Mail tor the Eat The I'jifo Je Cama, from
Auckland for San Francisco, will be due hero on
7c - i.-w.
Bcbooner Ouana, a etna
We learu from Lanai, that the
all coaster, il a total loaa at
Gibeon'a landing on that Uland.
Eaathquakk on Hawaii. Vy a letter from South
Kona, dated on the 23d ult., we learn (hat a severe
j shock of earthquake was felt on that day, tbe
V heaviest experience 1 there for years.
Obaxqes. Kona, Hawaii,, which produces the
best oranges on the islands, is now sending us large I
quantities by every schoouar. and Ihey find ready I
Bate at ironi iit cents to one dollar per hundred. I
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, u,u,.-,Cr, ucscuru ui ..un in i .UIU
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CPAKO.I. werit aolil at auclw.n nn U!noa.liiv roe I
..'."' ,.. . . . . J' I
SllTJU. .Mr. thar es Lotiar U-inar the purchaser. I
JiuiHEs Killei. tn Monday afternoon, two na- tefore. but it i, powiUa that Iba number of aub
iivea on horseback and going at full speed, collided j,, for ejUorlals was never so llmiiad as at this
near mc aoap-woraa on iviok atrcei. oiu uoracs i
were biimm. ana one oi tne men was oa.ny injurea
internally and is in the hospital. Had gin. I
J 6 I
The Emerald. This ship, which was damaged by I
fire several months since, was sold at auction on I
Saturday last, on account of the underwriters, and I
brought $7,500. Messrs. I 'ope and Talbot, lumber I
merchants of San Francisco ai.d I'uget Sound, were I
the purchasers. Tbe ship will probably do good I
Misic thi Aftebnoon. The band will play at
pmm a.,ir-, it.;. fr-.r ..in.Anns. Aa... I
sjuj iu ta k.-'aj mtmm ssiivi w wsa vviuiiiiiivin at ivui I
ti. r. vi ; tt.. I
ew aAl- U-na. a..a
Helecllon, Oira","5VaVbVlli'.'.'.".'.".'.V.'.' ...'.. Verdi I
Btrong Failh and Perfect Lore, Ballad ; fJlover I
rail taiaui a-lta wuauiilir, . riieTliasaaa Ml
LiiA.vcK ok iw xEKMiiir. nit; wi ll known meal- i
a s eai t aaa
market on Hotel street, for many years tbe propoity I
of tbe laUj K. II. lioyd, was purebred by Mr. Gil- I
bert Waller at auction Iat w--k. Mr. W's ezperi- I
ence in tbe biiim-H in a giiarariUe tha'. in bin I
hands the l arnily Market will maintain its popu- I
larity with the public.
A Poetical Drckk. The police found a man last
Saturday night reclining in a pensive attitude in a I
gutter. He was a native, but when aroused be j
spoke English as well as the whisky would allow. I
He struck a stage attitude and exclaimed in guttural I
tones" 0 Anna, why dids't thou leave me thualvT I
O tiger'a heart, wrapt in a woman's hide, a-h-b-h !" I
f And they took him off to the lock-up
' Removal or Remains. On Tuelay evening last,
-!,& about eight o'clock, three cofUof, containing the
remains of the late Hon. C Kapaakea, bis wife, the
high chiefees A. Keohokalole, (the parents of the
present Royal Family) snd their infsnt daughter,
were placed on hearses and transferred by torchlight
and with a guard of troops from the cemetery at
Kawaiahao to the Royal Mausoleum in Nuuanu
valley, under direction of His Ex. Gov. Uominis.
CoMpLiMf NTABT. Tbe Gutrttt, in an editorial
paragraph says that tbe Guards were entertained at
Capt. IIassingera resilience at Kewalo, on Monday,
and did good shooting at a target. Tbe inference
would naturally 1) that friend Hacsinger was the
Captain of the Guards but he isn't And a train. St
is bard on the Gunnls when the editor in the same
breath eajs tbat " there was the uiual number of
accidents, most cf them attributable to drunkenness."
Really, we had given the company the credit of
being composed cf sober men. Rut we suppose it is
all owing to the Gaztlte's way of " putting things."
It Im'T IIlkt On Monday, as two ladies were
driviog out of town po&t the Kawaiahao church, a
little boy, some six It seven years cf age, one of
a group playing by the roa J.'ide, ran suddenly before
tbe wheels cf the carriage, which passed over biro
before it could be stopped. The l.vliea screamed as
they felt ihe wheel lift, and a soon as poasible turned
back, expecting to see the lift-leas form cf the boy;
instead of which he wai fjun l unhurt and playing
as lively as before. Tliy wixhed to take Lira to a
doctor to be examined, but he inpited that he waa'nt
Naval. II. D. M's steamer Myrmidon arrived
here on the 28th, '.'M days from IVjuimAult, V. I.
She is a vessel of H77 t.n, 13 X) horse power, and
carries 4 guns. The following is a list of her cfcters :
Commandtr M.n. Bit hard Hare
.jueaaw Varte-irfMiirb, V. II. Par ker, ;e,rg Kal.
,ut' l.tmtinuntl Un li Palmer.
Staff Suryron William Yrl, M. I'.
'uymm(r Henry I. Bretnnti.
kltf t.nijinirr J.d.n II llrtt. II
t Hytnrtr MiiiU'l I 1-lrd, J hos. Harries
Uunntr Ed. T. ! Iters.
j On Monday morning, l Ii L'. S. Mraruer Tuica-j
j rorm arrived at this port, en route lo the 'kull
. Pacific. Fhe left Sn 'rancic on the J of Novem
! ber, and male t'te paMMpe under sail, excepting Ihe
last days before her arrival hue. Hie will leaie on
; Sa-turday or Monday next, on eurveying service,
i Annexes a lit of lier cfTioers :
CnmmatiJrr i . . M ilh-r, I .'orn.l'g.
i .leaf L'omm iH Irr i:. J. Tritiii. Ee ulive olll. er.
I l.irutrnuntt 1 N. Ileniprult, Na lg:tl iiig, K IIC l,eull,
. APitx ie, C. W. JarU
I Mrt'ttrt i I.. Graham, M l. I .1 -.
'niv T. E. Muse. rti'V" "
,ViJ.ime W.G. Culler. V. I". l l.iil.er H. II TVL'ley.
1 Haryem W. I. Himon. T ,J
Aft rir w. A. ici-lurr If. r,,
tamrj Aft Ptiitmiifltr H. . M ii.rl.rT
t.nyini trt C. Audrade, J. M . Euotriuel
lfui f lirk J. de li. Ilifiris.
Pavmaitf' Cltrk . R rtm.ih.
Boat in'iim J . C. Thompson.
Carpenter R.thard Agi.e.
0. 16 MERCHANT STRJ5
K. A. C No- l. lk-ct w,i;i m rrtUt mwrtlnn
J llnnofttlu R. A. C. V 1. thi. 'Veiling t T t-
Is)yriaiLBiK.-Oa Tun-Uy mornlPfj iWrt p
arv-l on ta rcll-CA1.! of lot IMU Corl only rvrr
Jmtilf an I tbrot ( Tk tlninkt ksJ FAft
e'ear of Arret vert donttiou nj morn.
Mic. Th rrfmlAr tnonttl siinf ( Ha
waiian loig. 21, F. k A. M , will 1 Wrl J At
ihrir rvf tus in MakfVa tluck, cm MottJay tteuing
Lett, at 74 'dok, r. H. Hwciroa f cfSwie-r
Visitirf PrttLrvn rv rf-perfullr InvliwJ to tenl.
. . A I'aik I'ii i A antall lot, witu wcxiJen itt
mpo U, itAtrJ an n Utt tnnul&g ot tA MVm
atrrt, vat frolJ At nuiwt by Mr. lUrtotJ o Tlmra.
dty, tvt f wSf, fUrtutarr Uisg A ftUit kABlvJ
AUAJ-A. CoO'tdriSf IH tiOtvw .04 IM IstOAlitJ, It
prlcw aa n fair in. t,
ltm of a rso!rT Hawaiui TV fit. 8.'
p. Kalamt, a wuUr fcf Ibt Prifj Cottooil,
on tb 24 in.t. nt kU rilro At Llliu trt,
having Uwh ill for worn month Mr. KnUm til
fortaeri A Oovrnnt Btrrryor, IaJ arrl vrl
1 tenet la tb LegiaUlarw fUprtwnUllf. ! wa
nnaber of lb Prita fJoanoll of Put uaJa Kama-
bAnaana V, LonalUo, aaJ Ilia pre! Majnaly. II)
wai about CO year of aga. Mr. Kalama Iba
ur who av4 the life of Ik lata Dr. ti P. JudJ
al a ayJJen4arwplioo of th crater of Kilaaaa, la
Ti:k Caiabatio of lb 'JMb, wblcb took Uo oo
XloeJay, aa a very quiet on. , Tb ailtiat rao
agata falleJ lo aom off, for tb want of a uiuU
breaaa. Tba olaatr r aipaay, Taa Prtnaa'a
I Own." (of mhUsh 111 MaWt U CarUia) til .
ral hour la tlrlUlng oa th Jj latiaJa, and aftar
warJa tnarobaJ lkrugh lit prloolpal atratla, making
a ftrr crWitall appaarabo. Tb llavallau
OaarJ,' Major Gullok, praatloa4 al a larfal oa tba
plaina. Berg want WiUiaana winning tba aoeial. Thar
waa to Lava beta a swatch g ansa cf baa-ball, bat tba
e i ported opponents of tie Atbletea " failed to put la
an ai'pcAraaot , and that cUb tall remain maarani
of tba ituatioo." 1
i m 1
Tin WiaTHirm. Wbeo newt Iteuti ara aoaroa. It la
in order lo apeak of Iba weather. Il baa, to aa tba
leaal, been queer of lata. Wa Lava bad tba "lad
from tba aoalh-weat and avutu lor a waak, tbraalaa
inf a Kona, but auooewdinf la onl a tery poor Imi
tation of one. While a moderate bracM prevail! on '
thia aide tba iaiaod, Koolau waa vial ted vita atroBf
gusli, that awayed tba trwi aad tbraataaad ta arool
theui. Calma hate prevailed at tha windward tat
anda, and una acbooner waa a week in coining from
Molokai to Honolulu. Meantta tba abaenoa of Iba
regular tradea tnakea la Hoatlala tvara of an
pleasant and noiloua odora, an4 tufgeali tha aub-
jret of aewarage and oil purificalioo grtjeralljr a
aulject which will one day com pal attention.
I Mr. 14iToa : A few days ago a aiugular caaa
waa brought bt-fora tha l'ollce Court, lj a a Iran
I g-r, laU ly from California, agalnat a quiet and
peaceable cltlaen of long standing , for aaaault and
battery. Tha oflVnae conalated In , bringing tba
wheel of a baby'a carriaga la contact wllb tba coin-
uin(kIll-i klHV Tb. troubla araa ont f an -un
j lawful obatruction of lb sidewalk, wblcb tba clil-
I aeu removed. Tbe Judge said that tba complalut
waa a very petty one ; and I Cliliilulba wbeia anair
wa anything but creditable to lh parly bring-
i,,,. jt Oijs Kcmiimcat.
... rlni. .e ... t-rJin, tha
labored attempt of jour aoUiaporary of tile week to
' ' . . . '
u I ...i m l.,.i:.l.. r.m tmn It la torn lia I ainrular
I l..t t.m i.t l...lLl.a lir t.u nnl ' sen tiollneJ
fal Xha thought may bavt l.en Uggested that
aDother holiday might be addaJ to tba oalendar lo
, - , . . ,, 0.., .
take tha place of Restoration lay July 8 1st. Tba
Outfit says : "Tba birthday of tha Koverelga, aa
well as that of our Savior, take precedence of all
others." It would scant that tba writer believes
that tha baina of our sovereign should taka preos-
dence even of that of tha Savior of tba world. Tba
parenthetical clause In tba sbovs sentence is appar
ently a secondary thought. Lojall la a tlrtuaj
tot wbeo it U displayel at tbe ttpeuM of revartinoa
for IM n ijcooumw rvpuiw? innw.
v...A W!. 9M 1 laTV
a wsai m awaw a w-s w w w w w s w -? ,
To th Dl'itar I'f lh$ Partfle Offthtnerctal .Adltir(lr
8,. :-Io your iaau. of fa Utk of Nov.mUr,
aptare l a letltr beaded, ' Man' ItiACaiaailf to
l Man," a rather sensational lieaa.og, an.j, lias moat
. at.a- a
- aaa. a ..
ucn of that class, oontainiag mncn inai was untrue.
Hd be who pbilantbroptoall calls bloiself a
"Friend of tba lead," shown a little mora of ki
Taunted philanthropy, be might have aaved LImsal
the trouble of printing bis hallucinations ta prlntj m
for bad be ooma lo ma and ofliired to atUai. to tba ,
r..... AUAnUt ftf fUbaallaa. I wonld Lava rlvan If
up to blm, as I did It at considerable Inconvenience
to myself, having a party of men employed oa a
work which they could uot get oa wllb unleee I waa
with them, and who were tberefora dolag uothiag
while I was awsy attending to tba preparations for
The matter was simply Ihlei Bebestlaa died at
an early bour In tba morning; end It wsa reported
to me. Knowing tbat be bad no relations, and not
knowing of any friends Le bad who woulj Interval
themselves la the matter, and further knowing tbat
be carried on bis business nnder tba assistance of Dr.
Wight, who at the time waa abasnt la Hooolnler, I
went out to see wbat was to be done, anJ to aaa tbat
bis property was not made awsy wltk. I ordered
tbe ccCin to be made and properly prepared 1 1 also
sent for tbe Cat hoi io priest, as I kotw tba deecaeed
wss a Cat bolle, aod asked blm to take charge of tba
funeral obsequies; but be objected to do so oa tbe
ground tbat Sebastian did not attend Lis cburcb. I
knew it was no Use to Apply to Rev. Mr, Bond, as be
was confined to tbe boose at tbe time wllb sickness,
Aa none of tbe parties owning land la tbe neighbor-
bood of Sebastian's residence would allow ma to lava
a grave dug for blm vn tbelr lands. I was aereeaU
tated to have it dug on Dr. Wight's land. I aeleetad
a ooiet retired snot la tba ravine elowe (o bis bouaa
under a clamp of pride of India trees, and In tba
afternoon, between 4 and 6 o'clock, went with a
cart and bad tbe body conveyed to tbe grave. True
there was neither pomp nor ereoaoeyt nor did I
know that any of the foreigners wished to attend tbe
funersl, as none bad expressed such a wish te me,
nor as I ascertained from the party I bad.left ta
charge bad any foieigncr been ta the pramiaea dar.
ing my absence, tbongk bis death was known
th roof hoot tbe diatrkt at aa early bour of tba day.
Hal I known be bad a friend so interested as your
correspondent, I certainly would bare communicated
with him and availed myself of bis eervioe.
if I can judge by what I bava beard of tba opinions
of the foreigners here, tbe disgraceful pait of the
proceedings was not the borial, but the letter your
correspondent sent to you fr publication. It is not
yet too late for blm to disabuse bis mind, if be
so wishes, of the idea tbat tbe barlal waa as be calls
it only fitted for a dog, by eomlag and inspectinc
the grave aud seeing that it Is cared tor and planted
Yours respectfully, R. II. Arsias.
, " . " . , .
Report of the Surgeon ot Queen's Hospital.
Hgxoli'LL', November 20th, 1876.
To the Tiuttntof th Queen's llut.pt tali,
IGt sTLiMEX. I have the honor to submit lbs fl
owing report for the quarter ending November IVHh :
Ibe total number of patients at present ia tbe
(Wpital is CS; vis : CO Ilawaiians, 30 males and 2C
females, and V foreigners (& paying). Tbe number
of admisaions during this period was 78; vlit 69
Ilawaiians, 28 males and 21 females, and 19 foreign
ers. JJiscbarged 91 ; vis : CC Ilawaiians, 80 males
and SO females, and 25 foreigners. IVaths 8; vist
7 Ilawaiians, 4 males and 3 females, and 1 foreigner;
2 from f jver, 1 erysipelas, 2 general debility, 2 pol
monary consumption, and 1 accident
Resides the above, 122 new -names bava iea
entered in the dispensary books. , The greatest aun-
b r of indoor patients was fe3, Ihe smallest 46. '
Daily average during tbe quarter, 80; dispensary, C;
number ef prescriptions, 6,049. , ',
Respectfully submitted. . ,
RosrsT McKrsBliv, Ja., k ?
tiurgeon to tbe Queen's llospitaj.