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s MID AT. DECEMIIER 10, 1S7S.
The rnn' during the week tare bf:i It!, Am Ik V II
lUrm-.e, from Portland, O., n nutc r .r H-r.;or ; ; 'Jth, A tt
mt iit C M ViJ, Irom the guano 'Ui.d; V.lh, Am b Hu-na
Viata, from port CaroLl-?, with Iamb r M If ll.tckf- U A Co.
The departure lave ba-l h, W II Alien, for TiliU: II
U M g Petere!. r Ei: :in I tU Th:ti-, etb, I" 5 Tmcir-u,
tat'i w " --. f.r II-i.korg-. I:.u.,f r T.hi::, 7:!.!
Mattia Mar;.;y, f,r Portland; 8:h, Fanr.r, f.,r Miu Franc.aco;
Oth, fyrtu, for New U-jiifurJ; U Cornv'.ua H;:;l
nj Jamea A tu n, to cruise; lyth, wh Ik Jj.ri J, to cruc.
POUT or HONOLULU, H. I.
tK IllVAl.t.
Iec. 4 ?ihr Ma&uikawrai, EaU'waia, fm Nawiliwdi. K uai
4 Ptmr Ki!aua, Marcbant.froni ilawa.iand Maui.
Am bk V II Itesaie, Frost, 34 days from Portland.
4 ?chr MIe Slorrls, Lima, Im Kaut.akakai, Molokai.
5 rthr Attire, Puaahiwa, fr'.m Kohala, Hawaii,
fkhr K JIol, Rynclds, from Kahuiul, Maub
4 Frhr Pauahi. Hoj.u, from Ililo. Hawaii.
6 Schr Mary F.lien. Peni. from li. lo, Hawaii.
6 Mcbr W arwirk, John Bu i, fm Kalaupapa, MM-Aai.
fl frttr Fueokabi. Clarke, from liana, Maui
S-br Luka, Ka&l, mm Moloaa, Kauai,
b Sk-hr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahaina, Maui.
V Mir Ki&aa, Ahu.hala, from MaUko. Mam.
-Am Schr C M Ward, Lambert, irt dys fm ;uan.i It
10 Am hk Huer.a V,sta, Lofgrio, 4 dys im Port Uainbie
10 Stair Kilauea, Mirrhant, from Hawaii and Maui.
11 Pr.r Fairy Queen, Kaaina. from HanaM. Kauai.
11 i'l hr l.iUma, Mana, from Kohala, Hawaii.
11 Hrhr liattie, Kaiauao, fm Wairn-a A: Koloa, Kauil
UEP.4 KTl'KES.
IW. 4 Haw bri "m II Allen. Chae, for Tahiti.
4 II B M h Ptlerel, Captain Cookaon, for Tahiti.
4 Bchr Kama.le, Kaaina, for Koloaand Waim'a.
fl Simr Kilauea, Marrhant, for Maui an.) Hawaii.
A 8chr Mile Morrla, Lima, lor Kaunakakai, Molkat.
6 li S S Tutcarora, Coinmarnl.-r J N Mill-r, rra;-.
a Am bk W II linai--, Krotit, for Hongkong.
0 Tabitiart bk lonU, I.OTegrove, f ,t 'I ahiii.
7 tichr Ka Mol, HfjrnoM, for Kabului, Maui.
7 Hchr Mary F.llen, Peni, for llilo, Hawaii.
7 Hcbr Mauuokawai, Kalawaia, f .r Nawihwili, Kauui
7 Schr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalau.a.a, Molokai.
7 Am bk Mattie Marleay, Walter, tor Portland, O.
b Hcbr Pueokahi, Clarke, r,r liana, Maul.
8 8rbr Active, Puaahiwa, lor Kobala, Hawaii.
8 Am achr Fanny, Worth, for tin Francisco.
W Am abip Hyren, Newell, for New Bedlor l, Mans.
0 hcbr Luka, Kaai, for Moloaa, Kauai.
9 Am wb bk Cornelian UowlanJ, lloman, to cruise.
0 Am wh bk James Allen, Keenan, to cruise.
10 Am wh bk Java 2-1, Fisher, to cruie.
10 Kchr Nellie Merrill, Crane, for Lahiina, Maui
f'rojecied Brpnrlurm.
Fob ViibwtiD Fortb 8tmr Kilauea, wails on MonJuy.
VESSELS IX PORT.
XAVAL.
II B M H MyrmMoo, C'oramanJ.r R Itare.
MERCHANTMEM.
Am ship EineraJil, Bairnsoo. ,
Am th Marianne Soltt lx.hin, Whitney, repairing.
tier mm bark Cedar, Rohlb, loading.
Am bk II W Almy, Freeman, loading.
Brit bk Aglaia, McMortry, discharging.
Am bk Boroa Vista, Lolgrio, discharging.
WHALEBK.
Haw wh bk Arctic, Whitney, repairing.
Haw wh brig Onward, tiilley.
Am wh bk Triton, 'Ierpingstone.
MEMORAXUA.
Kcroat or Schoosm U M Ward, W Lambert, Makter.
-f Left HoDotuIu October lOtb, nd arrived at Jarvis Island
oa the 26 1 h. Left Jarvis Not 3d and arrived at Enderbury
Island on the 8th. Left there next day for Baker's Island, ar
riving on the II th. Not 1 2th sailed for Holland's Island,
arriving on the 13ih. Left there fur Honolulu same day. Has
bad light winds the entire trip. Arrived in Honolulu Dec Oth.
The C M Ward reports: Sailed from Jarvis Island Sept
3a, ship Mount (Vasbington, 1600 tons guano; Nov 2, bark
Jalawar. 834 tons.
. .From Enderbury Island, Oct 0, ship Lady Blessington, 1500
tens.
. From Baker's Island, Oct 2, bark Emma C Beal, 750 tons.
IMPORTS.
From Tort Ga.mblb Per Buena Vita, Dec 10th 612J11
ft lumber, 20200 laths, 60 M sbingie. to 11 Hackfeld A; Co.
EXPORTS,
Foa Tahiti Per W II Allen, Dec 4th
Cattle, hds 73 MJ, kgs 14
Cotton Duck, bales 2 Hope, coil 2
(in, cs. 10 Sujar, pkgn Si
' Hay, lbs 20355 Sheep 15
Hardware, pkgs 8;
Value Domestic $1,612.56; Foreign $934.11
Fob Tahiti Per Iftuia, Dec 1th
Cigars, cse............ 1 Cattle, Lds 80
Camphor Trunks, nests 15 Hay, tons lOj
Value Domestic $1,4S0.00; Foreign $'jo5.00
Foa Pobtland Per Mattie Macleay, Dec 6th
Bananas, bnchs ........ 45 Molaxses, bbU 30
Cocoanuts 300 Rice, bgs 520
Coffee, bgs 20S Sugar, i.kgs 3102
Value Domestiti ' $'il,T47.54
Fob New BEDroao Per Syren, Dec 7th
Coffee, bgs 122 Lava, hx 1
Curio), bxs 10 Metal, pkgs 17
Coral, bxs 5 Sperm Oil, pkgs 13
Flour, sks 2 1 Sugar, mats 1160
Fish, bt .... 1 Scrap Iron, lbs &0OS4
Hides 3S18 Soap Htock", pfegs 213
' Ivory, lbs 3532 Whale Oil, pkgs 620
Jelly, bxs 4;
Value Dotn... $43 958.91 For.. .$1,711.70; Tran.. .43,803 25
PASSENGERS.
Foa TYahTti PerW II Allen, Dec 4 th Ed Wilkies, Mr
AKkim.
From Wixdward Ports Per Kilauea, Dec 4th Hon
A F Judd and family, Dr Boyd, wife and daughter, Mrs Titus
" Coan, J V Kawainui, VV II Cornwell, Mrs Severance, Chas A
: Bailey, J West, Mr Freeman, Mrs Wicke and son, C S Aiona,
' Miss Lack, D P Eldrldge, Mrs B W Kawainui, Mr Poole, Mrs
F Metcalf and 35 deck.
- Fob Portland Per Mattie Macleay, Dec 6ih A K Phil
brook and wife, J U Connerley.
' Fob Wikdwabd Torts Per KUauen, Dec Cth His Ex
JO Dominis and Lady, W II Cornwell, 8 Parker and wife, E
. A Morris and wife, A C Durant, W D Raymond, His Honor
iCC Harris. J P Green, W L Wilcox, II II Webb, Rev 8 E
1 Bishop, Cecil Brown. T Ilayselden, wife and 2 children. Miss
'- E Harris, 2 Alisses Richardson, Miss Dickenson, D P Eldrtdge
V and about 75 deck
From Guaxo Islands Per C M Ward, Dec 9th Capt R
.Brigjs and wife, and 21 natives.
; From Wivdward Ports Per Kilauea, Dec loth Chas
Wall and wife, F W Bastels, Col W V Allen, II II Webb, Geo
Spencer and wife, Mrs J Makee, P N Makee. W F Gillam. Jno
Oandle and wife, Mrs J W Girvin, Bishop Willis, S Parker, A
- B-artwell, T II Paris, Mrs A hoi and 41 deck.
THE PACIFIC
Commercial gbbcrtiscr.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11.
ffi learn that tbe new wooden structure in
i course of erection on Nuuanu etrcet above Hotel,
is intended for a retail 6pirit establishment ; and
several reflections are suggested thereby . Assum
ing, for the nonce, that a certain proportion of
liquor ealoons are necessary for the supply of
those who use intoxicating drinks,' it would cer
tainly eeem that our city ia already amply pro
vided, by the seven saloons now existing. The
proposed new shop is located on the most public
and frequently travelled thoroughfare in the city,
and almost directly opposite a private residence
occupied aa a female seminary. Just in the rear
of the shop extends a net-work of blind alleys,
occupied by the lowest class of our population,
constituting a neighborhood peculiarly favorable
for the prosecution of a brisk illicit trade with
natives. These considerations might surely be
Eufficient to induce the exercise of the discretion
in these matters which is vested in the head of
the Interior Department. Moreover, we are in
formed that the person who proposes to take out
a license for the new groggery is one of the party
of twelve natives and foreigners, who were found
guilty in the Police Court of gaming, on the 21st
of October last, and that he was n that occasion
sentenced as one of th " dealers," to pay a fine
of twenty-Evo dollars and be imprisoned for
twelve hours. Are no considerations of charac
ter taken into the account when a man asks to be
entrusted with a license to retail intoxicating
drinks ?
If these i3 any one thing for which the Ga
zette is widely celebrated, it ia the misapplication
of terms. Thus the use of the words " its cus
tomary obtuse way of putting things," if applied
to itself, would fit admirably. Witness the re
maining portions of the editorial of this week
from which those words are quoted. The writer,
(whose style, by toe way, has a familiar twang)
is apparently bo obtuse let us charitably assume
aa not to perceive that he is uttering a whole
sale slur and a libel upon the llawaiiana in the
following sentences :
u For instance, there are In Ililo at least twenty candidates
lor the place, every one or them natives. W hat matters it,
whether Pa and Po, or whether Paulo and Luka secure seats
Ja the national assembly J Pa and Po arc doubtle.- qmte as
able men aa their opponents Paulo and Luka. and will be jiiot
aa ready to vote for five million loan, as they are now to de
MUjBcelt. Andw through the entire list of representative
diatricu."
The meaning of which is, that throw1
i wntire kingdom there is not to
native Hawaiian tii;it is rufficifntly houct-t or in- j
ttlligrnt t be fittel f ,r a rorrc-critative Will 1
ll.: editor of th'- Cai'tf rcrro'iuce tlie-c idea (
s i
in t'.e iicxt i si..- ..I t li.- Kii.)l..f,i ?
And i- it. we w-mll ark, re.illy " a matter of '
v.-ry little otieern " t the Mininters what style
of In! c-'irnj-o the A-rei2ibly? Any one must
be peculiarly obtufc to aume flr a single mo
ment such a xjeitin, and it is a brand new doc
trine, na laid d ,wn by the Gaf t'.e, that Ministers
"would jlacc thenirtlvos in a ridiculous light "
were th-y to df flne and announce their policy
on important questions that are sure to come up.
"H00ULU LAHUI "INCREASE THE
PEOPLE,
Is the watchword of thin reign. The King has
declared it ua the c hief measure of his royal policy ;
and the name of Kai.akai a, it i hoped, id to be
identified with the increase of the population of
this kingdom. Hut what has been done to carry
out this patriotic purpose, and to satisfy the hope
of a declining country '? A few more coolies have
been ordcrM ! A request has been addressed to
a Chinese merchant to induce a few ajundreds of
his countrymen to come here, by. the offer of a
premium of twenty-five dollars a head ; and a
similar propoition has been made to a shipmas
ter to bring more Chinamen here ; nnd with
this effort, uur statesmanship ceases in the way
of the acquisition of the increase of a permanent,
productive and well assimilated population.
We have in our little nation about 6even thou
sand more males than females ; and now we are
to have this sad disproportion of fex etill farther
increased by the addition of another thousand of
suH.Tnumary males, with a slight modification of
the disproportion, such as may be occasioned by
a handful of females, say fifty more, or there
abouts, from the slums of Canton. Surely this
is not the full measure of our vaunted immigra
tion jiolicy, for which a provision of fifty thousand
dollars was partly made. To rest content with
this procedure alone would hardly be creditable
to Hawaiian statesmanship, and will not be re
garded abroad as sustaining the enlightened and
patriotic views of the Hawaiian King.
Immigration is our chief question. Our mar
ket question, leading us to seek closer commercial
relations with the Great Republic is a most im
portant one ; but it is not paramount, nor equal
to our population and labor question. A minor
national interest should not be allowed to over
shadow a major one, nor hold it in abeyance ;
and as America controls the former, and Great
Britain the latter of these questions, it would be
wise and fitting, that whilst we have a representa
tive near the Halls of Congress, wo should also
have an equally influential, if not superior repre
sentative near the Court of St. Jamea.
It may be we do not need the favor of England
to bring about the immigration into theso islands
of a few more Chinese coolies, who may supply
some needs of labor on plantations, and pander
still more to vice among Hawaiians ; but we do
ueed the favor of a Power which has a dominant
influence over millions of Asiatics, who can fur
nish the best and most available human material
for the national recuperation of this kingdom.
Tlie physical characteristics of this archipelago,
and of its native population are of a type, which
clearly indicate that India and South Eastern
Asia offer tle natural sources from whence to de
rive a satisfactory and permanent increase and a
physical re-generation of this people, even such as
insular Britain found in the invading races of
Western Europe and of Scandinavia. And we
believe that England will be led by proper repre
sentation, to look upon it as a duty to permit
this country to obtain in her Asiatic dominion
that supply of fresh and assimilative blood, which
the life of this nation imperatively demands.
Nations are seldom or perhaps never induced
to accomodate their policy for the advantage of
others, without some equivalent, cither direct or
indirect. But Great Britain has done much for a
sentiment, as we have seen in the sacrifices made
by her for the suppression of African slavery ;
and there are reasons why she should listen to
the appeal of weak and helpless Hawaii.
She could not, of course, be persuaded to favor
measures that would lead to the up-building of
a rival or antagonistic political influence in the
Pacific ; but being well assured of our purpose to
main tain national independence, she could not, con
sistent with her high enlightenment and christian
spirit, shut Hawaii out from her natural source
from whence to derive the material for maintain
ing her national life, correcting her demoralizing
disproportion of sexes, and preserving her
autonomy.
Our isolation, our remoteness from all other
populations, our numerical weakness, and our
poverty render us incapable of improving or rec
tifying our own condition. We cannot do any
thing towards equalizing our sexes, as Oregon
and California so readily did in their early days
of disproportion, by help of the ample means
derived from tho products of a rich country, and
still more especially by the facilities afforded by
the highways of a great and populous continent.
We are stranded on our ocean peaks, and if we
suffer a fatal decline and demoralization in con
sequence of our isolation, we have a humanita
rian right to appeal for help, or rather for a pri
vilege of quest, to the Power or Powers, who
control our natural sources for re-integration.
This need and duty of national restoration
should command the attention of the leaders of
public affairs. The supply of a few more Chinese
coolies as laborers is the mere business of a
bureau. This business no doubt has its impor
tance, in meeting the exigencies of influential in
terests, of large plantations with growing crops,
and in want of move hand3 to ensure their preser
vation ; still the great public question of popula
tion remains paramount, and as it requires some
thinc more than the action of a bureau or a de-
o
partment, let it fully command the brain and
heart of those whose duty it is, and who should
deem it their chief glory to supply souls rather
than " hands " for this Archipelago.
POSTAL RATTERS.
In our issue of the 13th ultimo, on the eve of
the departure of the Chief Justice for Washing
ton, we suggested that the opportunity might be
improved to negotiate a second postal treaty, or
to so amend the existing one as to include all
mailable matter by prepayment in full in stamps
of tbe country where mailed ; and a reduction
on newspapers and all mailable matter (other
than letters) in accordance with the prevailing
systems of England and tbe United States. And
in connection with this subject we are reminded
that, in order to be consistent in asking for these
favors from the government of the United StateB,
we must begin at home, and reform our own
postal charges. Section 403 of the Civil Code is
the law which requires modification in this re
spect, and for the information of readers we here
quote its provisions :
The follow ins shall be the rales of Hawaiian postage on all
mailable matter forwarded to, or received from, any foreign
port i
Five cents for every single letter weighing less than halt an
ounce ; -n cents for every letter weighing not less than half an
ounce;' -J"ia ore than one ounce; and five cents for every ad
ditional n .f ounce : and, in addition to the above rates, the
sea po i ; shall collected on the said letters.
Two ccts on . :h newspaper, price current, printed cir
cular, orjYlt Dte PaP' not being a pamphlet : provided,
boweve ' t may reciprocate, post-free, with foreign
i
pamphlet containing less than 50 pages;
pamphlet containing as many as 60
0 pages ; and twelve cents for every
pages or upwards.
Two rents an cunce f-r bvund v-Ami--. jT xhr volum"
r.'jt C-.niioi jrvl'-r l.Vr h-ad e.f pt:ip!;ieti. A'l Allied pack
s at IV- time rate If tiers.
Any nvrrrt pamphlet, ur o:h-r r.rir.lr.J mait-r, cin
taluinj :i).r tuemr wia, or nt:n i:.f:-rait.oo of acy -.rt,
tf S'jlj-:rtrd to l-ttrr potaj.
When properly appealed to, the United States
postal department has always been ready in ;
former years to afford us all reasonable conces-
eions and facilities. Previous ti ISoO, the prac- j
tice of the San Francisco post ofSce was to charge
for every half ounce letter coming to these islands j
24 cents postage, and 3 cents for every newspa- i
pr, and the mail bags were sent through a cer
tain mercantile house. To the exertions of the
Hon. S. N. Castle the community owed the re
duction of these heavy charges. That gentleman
(at the time acting as secular agent of the A. B. C.
F. M.) first addressed the Hon. Jacob Collamer,
U. S. Post-Master General, on the subject of
mail charges and accommodations, by letter in
October, 1349, and that official promptly made
the needed regulations. In 1852, Mr. Castle
being about to proceed to the United States, was
empowered by tbe Hawaiian Government (by
resolution of the Privy Council) to make an ar
rangement with the American postal department
for the making up of separate mail packages for
these islands to come through from New York
city to Honolulu, and vice versa, which was ac
complished. Much correspondence was had by
Mr. Castle on the subject of postal matters in
1832-53, as tho San Francisco officials were ap
parently very prone to misconstrue the law, con
tinuing, in the latter year, to tax newspapers at
the old rate until after repeated instructions from
Mr. Campbell, the then Post-Master General.
And as late as 18G3, it appears that two cents
extra was charged in San Francisco on our pre
paid newspapers from tho Eastern States, which
was only discontinued after a final apjieal from
Mr. Castlo to the Post-Master General.
We cannot doubt but that our Minister Pleni
potentiary will bo met in the same spirit of
friendly accommodation in his effort to make a
new postal treaty, as we have experienced in the
past from the authorities at Washington. But
in the meantime, let the next Legislature amend
our own postal laws so as to make them some
what on a par with the liberality of those of
other countries, and consistent with what we
propose to ask from them. For instance while
the U. S. postage on single newspapers sent Tiere
is ono cent, we chargo two cents on the same
paper for receiving and delivering it ; and on
printed matter other than newspapers, the U. S.
postago being four cents for each ounce, we clap
on eight cents additional, or two cents an ounce.
So that it will bo seen we have really more to
complain of at homo than abroad, in postal
matters.
The Welcome Rain. The first of our real winter
rains visited Honolulu and vicinity on Thursday
morning. From 4 o'clock until nearly seven the
dense clouds poured their watery, treasures down ia
flowing abundance. Two battalions of electricity,
one in the North and one in the South, furnished
vivid lightning with all that could be desired of
thunder accompaniment, some of the peals beiug
peculiarly sharp and near at hand. There was no
chiefs funeral going on at the time, or moving of dis
tinguished bones. Perhaps the Gazette aui Friend,
who both told us about the thunder in honor of a
dead King the other day, will explain what the rum
pus was about on Thursday morning.
CARRIAGE HORSE FOR SALE.
MV CARRIAGE HORSE "BOB."
J r -e"v He is a first rate Family Horse, -can be driven
' by a lady, stands without tying, and is sold for
' r no fault. Price, $100.
dll 2i E. P. ADAMS.
GROCERIES
-FOR-
!
-AT-
Henry Effiay's,
69 Fort Street.
O
NE-IIALF AND ONE-QUARTER BOXE3 FINE
TATIT .V Ti 1TSTVC1
4 lb. Tins Sultana Raisins.
4 and 7 lb. Tins New Currants,
Jars Citron, Lemon and Mixed Peel,
French Prunes, 2 lb. Jars,
FRENCH PRUNES, FIVE POUND TINS.
Boxes Figs, 2 lb. each,
New Walnuts and Almonds,
Crystallized Fruits,
Confectionery, in glass.
Motto Kisses,
A Fine Assortment of Luggage,
Cuttings Pears, Peaches, Cherries, Plums, Quin
ces and Blackberries,
English Pie Fruits,
- English Jams and Jellies,
' Orange Marmalade,
English Plum Pudding, 2 lb tins,
Crosse & Blackwells' Pickles,
Roast Pheasant, (in whole)
Assorted Pates,
Potted Game, Duck, Chicken and Turkey,
Devilled Ham and Tongue,
Anchovy and Bloater Paste,
Mulligatawny Paste,
Oxford and Bologna Sausage,
.Anchovies in. Oil !
Stuffed 01ive9, French and Spanish Olives.
Raspberry and Lemon Syrnps,
Raspberry Vinegar, Lime Juice Cordial,
Sugar of Lemons,
COX'S & NELSON'S GELATINE,
Celery Silt, Celery Seed.
Burgess' Essence Anchovies, French Mustard,
French Mushrooms, French Peas,
For Sale by HENRY MAY.
Henry May Expects
PER MAIL. STEAMER,
Wliittiilfccr Star Hams
Cases Breakfast Bacon, Cases Smoked Salmon,
Cases Cod Fisb, Cases California Cheese,
Cases Edam Cheese,
CASES LARD, IN PAILS !
Cases Columbia River Salmon,
Pickled Oysters, Cases Sugar Peas,
Cases Yarmouth Corn, Cases Chocolate,
Cases Cuttings Gherkens, Case9 Blueberries,
Cases Blackberry Jam,
BALES 1EW HOPS,
Mats Fresh Dates, Bxs New Figs, 1 lb. each.
Boxes Stewing Prunes, Kegs Dried Apples,
Alden Apples, in 20 lb. boxes,
Burnetts' Flavoring Extracts,
Casks New Currants,
Bigs White and Colored Beans,
Bags California Potatoes,
Crates Carolina Sweet Potatoes,
Cases Onions, Bags Wheat and Corn,
A Choice Asst. of JAPAN TES. from Messrs. j
For Sale by HENRY MAY.
Per 1 C. Ulurray
PROM THE SAX FRANCISCO REFI.VE
ry, KEGS CUBE SUGAR.
Finest Quality, For Sale by
It HENRY MAY.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
T
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.g tin Ut l.t rJ I Airte n ALI-.N . HILl i.NO-
W'KT!I. Jui:t buv.r.n t Ki.i-, I:n 1 of IUmi.ta.1
rritM at K!:u. i hereby !;-j!e-J by muiai or.-.t.
VV. f". Alien wi ! Jy a.! dr".j dje the firm, ar.d
hrr-.ty . :n,r u:!; i.i-d t cotieet a'.l sua. 4js tie ssid ertn.
W. r A:n carry ca buw.T t :.e :i 1 -:r;d f r hi
own :-coun!.
Rxiilte, re. 2-j i. 1ST i .111 la.
STORE TO LET.
THE TWO STORV MORE IX M AI -NAKKA
f u-ett. l:e'v occapti-d by Messrs. Oruc:d
iiL Scbuue. For particular 9 tyr'l to
U 4; If- A. iC 11 A EFi.lt.
THE KIDGi: ff OlSE !
KEALAKEKUA ISA Y II A WAIL
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted tie world over for their unrivaled tAlubrity of
climate. Certain localities la the rroup are espec
ially fart red in this y. The District of Koc, . n
tn leeward side of Hawaii, has Ions' tn famed as a placv of
resort for Invalids wiin brcnchilal, or lucg d.eases. M iih its
pure and mild atmosphere, with its al-olute freedom from
storms or bib winds, with its p.rou soil which, with all its
ricb veetat.oD. rrtains no dtmpneti ai.d irIJs no malaria, ai.d
with an unvarying temperature trt of the American or
Snuthtra Kuroptan June ALL THE YEAR ROUND, the
climate of Kon i one of the bel:hie: and taot luxurious on
Uie globe
The undrrsined, at his houe at Kk.a, house ur;
qualed In the district f r s !, cieanLorss, corcmodiousness.
and thoroughnrsi of furnishing: is prepared to give boarders
excellent rooms :u ail obia;nat!e comfit In the way of diet.
rilEHE ARK FRErll WATKU BATHS
on the premises, and Br.r ra ha'.hins within a short distance.
Tbe steamer Kiiau-aiid the schooners t ilania and Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu a;i l the Kaawalua landing.
I he underiiirued empluyj n a:t-uts nor runners. His house
speaks tit itself upon inspecln.n. A. A. TofJli.
Kaaw il .a, Kealakekua bay, Kiina. Nv. 16. 1373. dll
o
o
: GOOD TIME ! ! ::
For a Ilttle 3Ioney !!
WATCH E S !
: batches ! ! Watches ! ! ' j j
i MTCHKd FORMERLY SOLD FOR
l $50 at C. Eckart's. can lie bought ;
; from the undersigned itiSO. ;
' '. And Watchea furuierly sold at $15, wo ' '
: will sell at 20. -j
: : If you wish to get a bargain, call 1 ;
I ; or send your order Immediately. ; ;
DILLlVCIi ni & CO.
dll 3t
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SPECIAL NOTICE.
WANTED, THREE GOOD CABINET
MAKERS and Frpnch Polishers. Apply soon at SS
King Street. (de4 3t) M. T. 10N NELL.
' NOTICE
Vli, claims tiaixsr the estate
f the late J. B. SO 111 MAKER, deceased, must be pre
sented forthwith at the office of W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, Dec. 2, 1875. rte4 St
Manufacturing Jeweler.
NOTICE.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED. FORM ERLV WITH
Mr. Kckart, heps to inform citizens of Honolulu and the
public generally, that he has taken the store on Fort Street,
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan
natt.) where be will give special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to t?hell and Kukui Work.
XT W'ill guarantee eatielaction in all hi work. JTt
Honolulu, Nov. 27th, I 75. (no27) WM. M. WKNNER.
Tlie P'lne Iron
w"
BARQUE AGLAIA,
From Liverpool,
Is now landing
In Splendid Order,
Her Cargo
OF
7
Prints, While Cottons, Orey Shirting,
Denims, Blankets, Tweeds, Muslins,
Velvet Rugs, Saddles,
. Pilot Jackets and Trowsers, Fancy Skirts,
Ladies' Hats, Mosquito Net, Silk Umbrella9,
Tcwete, Handkerchiefs,
Skirting, Counterpanes, Moleskin,
Grenadines, White Drilb,
A Fine Selection of Wool Shirts,
Fine Laces, Insertions,
Flowers and Fancy Goods,
Billiard Cloth, Austrian Blankets,
Ponchos,
Canvas, Bagging, Bags, Belting,
Waterproof Cloth.
BASS' ALE, Pints and Quarts.
Blood Wolfe & Co.'s Ale, pints and quarts;
Tennent'a Ale, pints and quarts;
The Celebrated " Pig Brand" Stout,
Martell's, Hennessey's and Robin's Brandy,
Rum, Geneva, Sherry, Dunville's Whiskey,
Finest Brands of Champagne,
Moselle and Hock, Lalande's Claret
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC!
Black and Green Paint,
Boiled Oil, Machine Oil,
GOSNELL'S PERFUMES, BRUSHES
AND SOArS.
JAMS AND JELLIES, SAUCES.
TWO COTTAGE PIANO FORTES,
FOLDING CHAIRS.
Hoop Iron, Corrugated Iron !
Roofing Slates.
Liverpool Salt, Manila R-pe, Fence Wire,
Galvanized Ware, Hollowware.
Cliristoias Toys.
de4 2m
TIIEO. II. DAVIES.
NOTICE.
flMIK I'L'BMC ARE HEREB1 M)ll-
1 fled that JOpEPH Dl'CHAIKY has do authority to
sll any Leather or material made at the K ALA LAO TAN
N KKY, nor to incur any expenditure on account of the same
except through the undersigned.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu. March IT, IS73. H69
A (iF.XFRAL 1SS0RT3IF.XT OF
Prcsemd Meats. FruKs. Vegetables.
IOR S.l L.E BV
BOLLES & CO.
BARTLETT SALOON, -
TJ y I. AV. G l o V It .
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streets.
rilllE CHOICEST i'vD BEST OF ALES.
M. WINKS AND SPIRITS (ways to be found at the Bar
"I ly
111
COOPS
FOR SALE !
A DEM R A II I. E IK) I'M-" A I. M
$3
iu !(!!. F-r a
1 r lurta-r j-ar:.su.ar ; ; .j Ui
1 If JIMES T.lAK. IIorH.;u;a
FOR RENT.
TIIF: HOfSK l-TFI.l tll'Cl I'IKIl
I Mr S M t r.-r. !i:.v-u a: i r r tt.T i t
Ul ( !..! Pir i-(.fH' i . riw"ivn g t-ti ir ra. ti-
TO LET OR LEASE !
those iem k t isi.f: ire.mimv. on
Alakfa ;rett. f .rtii :: wcuj-f-J t-y A. F KKIlK
WlWD, F-ij. i.r PjrtA-u.iir air'T
:i j. . i. w s
COLD,
SILVER
AND WHITE
I 3P
t LSI). A SMI I.I. IWIIK'i: OF
FINE BUTTON and CONGRESS
GAITERS
JUST RECEIVED
at t UK
PHILADELPHIA BOOT & SHOE STORE.
Csiurr of Fori mid Mrrrhonl Sla.
seJo
IRA RICHARDSON.
'TBUY
rxTii vnr first f.xa.minf.tiif.
ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
-OF-
LADIES'
MISSES,
AMI
CHILDREN'S
PHILADELPHIA
otsse.0
just i,aiii:i
EX MARY BELLE ROBERTS !
AN 1 PARTLY CONSI.-STINU OK TIIF. FOLLOW! Nil
IIANnsOJIi: AltTICliHH:
I a i) IKS' skr;k iomj kss c;aitehs,
4 all wiililig; LhiIich' .Scrgn llHlmoralM, Ki.l Yainr.l,
Laili.-s' Ciiracoa Kill Mariuiitoin.-tti' SUpiirr.
Newport Ties. LaJies' Fr.-m-h ami Cnraina Ki.l H.m.l;iN,
l.ailies' French Kid arid Curnci-a Kuiton HootH,
Misn-8' ?;rt;e llalmorals Ki.l Vaiiiw.l,
Mioses' French Kid llalinuruU.
M-Hsei.' French Kill Ilutton li.x.tj. Misses' Calf ffttlinorsla.
Misses Calf Kuttoo Boot. new styles,
'Ladies' Calf Iluttoo Bout", new ntyle.
LiLlies' Calf Balmorals, Cliildren's Calf Haluiurals,
Children's ltutton (iaiters,
Ladies' Curacoa Kid ConKress Oaiters,
Ladies' Calf Button (Jm.era,
Ladies' IVIilded Goat Button Oaiters,
Ijiiit', Mises and Cliildi er.'s Mn-jwrs and A tikis Ties,
Ladies' White Kid flippers,
'tlie above Line
wm shoe wi
WILL 11 E
S O 1. 1 A T I It I V G S
MICH
Below Ruling Rates.
ALSO. PER D. C. MURRAY,
Fine Asst. of Gents Clothing
CONSISTING OF
Genu Fine Blar-k Frock Coals,
splendid Black Uoeskin Pants, White Mar.ieille Yeats,
Assorted Caps, Trowsers, Assorted Coats and Vesta,
Very Cheap and Very Good Dark Suits.
The Finest White Shirts in Town,
Latest Style of t uS and Collars,
Klastic Ankle Jean Drawers, New HI) lea of Su-pendt-rs,
Linen Cambric Handkerchief Ties, c ,
Socks in Every Grade,
The Bert Assortment of Pocket Cutlery in Town.
Hair Brushes, Clothes Brushes, Tooth and NjiI Brushes,
Blacking Brushes, Ac, 4c.
Also, per Vsiscotlc Oaitm
Ladies' Fine Gold Watches & Chains,
Ladies' and Children's Neck Cfcaina,
Ladies' and O dis Fine Diamond Kings,
Indies' Massive Gold Bracelets, Ladies' Gold sets,
Solid Pilver Ware, Finger Kings, iu Great ariety,
ISt fifths )iMiif otitr A rt t'l'rt, too V"'-
0.N' (O Sj '" '(.
Ladies and V.tut Brs!dinf uu the Other Hand-. Mill
liae tlif lr Ordrr I'oattnall Ittrndrd to.
Iff. IflcIiYIUtlYY.
J31 3m
CHAMP AGrlME !
CHAMPAGNE ! !
TO LET.
milAT VKRV lit Mitt Hi H EI.I.IX;
M. ait I'rfc.-'. N l'u N;.i j A vi. dr. .:;. r r
lin, d.nicf rwai. t.-.!r to. !rr.:.5 ' - :. din c !.
clcrt on it tS- r. I !!.. t i ! r ! ; It r it"
scorul C.r. k.t ta an.l ( .r.'ri c .r."- (r.t. alo n;tt U"u.':.l
bnvAth. 'Ati..r s :.vl iii'.r CArr:. .i-v.. : t i f-.l
hou-. .!.. io ..iir Ajp'-V J M WiWii,
A I. SO Tt.i" C'.Uar-- !. 1 l'r i.n-- .1 j r . i . tiy.h .x
rvrtis ki.i't.rn. I n:t:t. otii. f r :;! r ili rr r.ui. : ;.
ar d carriAir h a" mil tf
tLvi
IS
Chas. Farre Champagne, qts. and pts.
Ruinart Pere et Fils Champagne, qts & pts
Heidseick Champagne, qts. and pts.
Eugene Clicquot Champagne, qts. & pts.
Sparkling Hock (Sekt), qt3. and pts.
Sauterne, qts. and pts.,
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
ALU-), ALL OF 1 11 K
BEST BRANDS OF SPIRITS.
JUST RECEIVED
Ex OEDER and MACGREGOR !
FCR SALE EY
do20 4t CHAS. LONG.
. it I t t I . r v
TfrOS. GrrHRUM,
AND OTHER
'Ill 1.1) ItF.M'KI TKl l.l.i INtOIOI
l'. I'uMto lhat lhl fir t jr--j- - r,-l ! ii I
n I ' all i-i1t u h; l.i
Periodicals Sent for to Order.
PAPERS DELIVERED FREE OF POSTAGE
TO AM t'ART OF Till! 1-l.tMM
Eastern American Papers
N V Hta!J fit) N V N ti ti
N V Tribumv 6 00 N II Man.lar.l 4 in
Scr.i.s-rttl.1 K.'i'ul.hran. . & Oil N li flni(ic !- iJ
Army siil Na JiHiri.al SOD .Ttiir CmIaI.M ali.i ;i. n t iJ
Illustrated Papers.
llr-r'a W -alv JilXI Ilarl-r lli(r
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l-!i.-' 111 (Her.).. 5 OO Al'l'M J.urnal
I rur'a Hull.'' I "t Fan... 2 iO l.i.ii.l.n I'iiiu ti
Kuril .Ntr Vnki T 4 S.1 Milio AniTu an . . . .
1.1 I l .l rfl New II l0 111. I.uiij.ui l ilnia
l.onJtm liri h.r, iiMial.ii( run inm.l r l t !'. ) ir
Monthly Part Papers.
11 1 r r " Wrrkly .tiO A ppWrm'a Journal
Cliiiniiry Ci'fiior, l.flii's 6 60 Nrr! M:i:iiiiir
i DO
Story Papers.
X V l.l--r $i0 N Y V-kiy
Hi. la faturJity Nifht... 6 00 ll.t.u Truf lh(
.f i OO
. i ll
Commercial Papers.
N Y J.Mirij.-il of Cum- 8 F t'oin'l ll.ral.l an
lli.rrr I00 Marari Kri.ar
Hunt's Fin.inriul t lironi- I mxlon Fr .n..inil
-le 1J00 IKi,.ii I'ouI llrralil..,
1
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. li in
. 0 Oil
Sporting Papers.
lu-ll'a l.i is In l..u.l.m. . . f 1.1 00 Wild 0ta 0O
N Y Cli'ler 6 00 N Y Hj.lritif ll.rl iiurs. 4 00 I
Agricultural.
Am Aurirulturaliat i 60 Rural New Y.-rkr M f'O
California Papers.
Uckly liull.-ii
Sacramento I'nioo.
I., tt.-r
...$J(0 Wckly Alia.
... 60 F v:iiiiiinr . . . .
. .. 8 00 Cliroiiirl.'....
.. JSOO
. . . A l0
.. . 6 00
Australian Papers.
Tlt AuairalaaUn. aky.flOOO Town I'ounliy Joiiri
III. Sy.liiry t-s 4 00 Pydnry ll.-r;il l. min'y ,
Journals for the Young.
il 00
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Ht Niiholaa
Yoiith'a Ci4npaniii. .
. 00 Nursery
.. 3 00 Wide Awake
,..)IM
. . . .1 to
,t. 4
W
O
AID
FOREIGN
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER 'FOR SALE
BASS & CO.'S ALE, in Pints unci Quarts, Bottled by R. B. Byau & Co.
BLOOD, WOLFE & CO.'S ALE. KEY BRAND ALE,
McEWEN S PORTER, in Stone Bottles, Pints and Quints.
GUINNESS' DUBLIN STOUT in Quarts.
Hennessey's 3-Stai randy !
VINEYARD PROPRIETORS' COGNAC. 1, 2. 3 and 4 Square Qualities.
SUPERIOR AMERICAN, SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES
MOET AND CIIANDON
CHAMPAG-NE!
DUC DE MONTEBELLO CHAMPAGNE,
RUINART, PERE & FILS CHAMPAGNE.
ALSO. CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE, FINE BURGUNDY,
FINE VERMOUTH. SHERRY, MADEIRA,
PORT AND CLARET OF VARIOUS QUALITIES.
GENUINE CHARTREUSE. CURACOA. BENEDICTINE, and MARASCHINO.
GIN IN GREEN CASES. GIN IN BASKETS.
ALL THESE GOODS WILL DE SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICE8.
ihi'M 2 in
12. O. HALL & SON
II A V F.
Just Received Ex Recent Arrivals,
A Full assortm't of Goods !
IN' Til El K LINE,
AMONGST WHICH MAY BK FoVm,
BEST AXXEAL.EU FKXCK V I It E, No..
4, & and 6
Heat Charcoal Tin, Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles,
Iron Closets, Lead Pip, Paints, Oil, VsrnWh Ac.
AI0
Paris Flows, and extra Point and Hem,
Ox Bows, Pick, Hoe and Aie Ilandli a,
Molioe hteel Plows, Horse lines. Corn Ml.ellera,
Aies, Hatchets, Ac, Ar.
Shoe Shapes, It one Fh'-es, Ac. Ac.
ALSO
Cook Stoves, Cabooses, 4 sizes, &c, &c.
New Goods by Every Ship
FltOM BOSruN. ENGLAND AND
Per Steamers from San Francisco.
uo2 lru
AND
A0NUAL for 1876 !
PRICE. FIFTY CENTS PER COPY
A II A M-l5)OK OK INFORM A'l ION C'lN
j. Trment lor home or oflice use and Juat the pamj.t.let to
m a. I abroad.
It contains with the .Calendar the Tiuie of the run's
Kisioe; arid getting for each day, and the M .n's Pha
ses. Table of Marine ?inaU, Keg ater of the
Court, Official and other Officers, t'ociet. en,
4jC., Custom House Tables, Meteoro
logical Tables, Time of E lie,
Hawaiian Chronological Events,
Miasion Hegifter,
Ilielory of the Hawaiian Post Ortl. e,
H.a'oryof Ihe Coffee Industry and Tables io C'.nnei li..u
1 herewith, Reminiscences is Newra and
Uflices of Honolulu, Postal Ta
bles, together with
Other Matters of Interest.
rs oi iuip-.i,
ude j.tg0 cts ) at;
ddress "T
ri,i-.. fr.j.i l.r.al louat Include jK ta-e riucts ) anJ can l.e
r.UiitteJia alUll'S Ad
TIIOS. li. TIIKIM.
icyii Publ.aher, Honolulu, li. I
Tfl
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ALMANAC
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PERIODICALS,
Periodicals of Fashion.
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Religious Papers.
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English Papers.
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English Magazines.
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American Magazines.
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Honolulu Papers at Publurim' Ratfi.
Having Wide Awake Aleuts in San Francisco
aiot.x i.lx-rs wie aaund 4 tli( beln ia eail reripleiils of
heir l'eii.li. ala aa tlir. uli any ,jh.-r aiirce
F'iU-sj ol Kcaaind Matter utade up ou'bhort Mo.
tlce lor Traveler. Branin and Otticra
IT I'.lealii'ala In be dlwiHitiliuetl lit i haiH snust !
a.li"-.l ahead, or all r ie. atlif h Kill ilralr.d III I
i liatf.'d at C. utiler Heisil Hales, as frosu lh low margin oj
the ,Neva Hul.a rl tl. n lluaineaa. It la IiiimwiIiI Iu aaatiin
(null one Io ll.ri-e lo.Hiilia .uhlirii.uis l )iinl a Puharrlplluw
through llie waul f Mi-siglll ill ihts
h 2.t-::r.;ti::. Ec:c:re f;r lc:i ths C:e Ttir
l'aal'le nival i .1.1 V In a.HaiK-r, I. e , l the '! of III1 iailt
dm ii'K hich audi liae t-eu rr e,vr. of oi.lered All Hub
M i ipliona unpaid at llie einl nf the molilli Mloaylnf III 14 rial
I. r. Iti. 1'util.. all 11 will lie li-laioe.1 until the la rllJ
I. .1 ; but no r-nlisrii.i..ii la ped unl.-ss II is m fH.lerrJ l
ia alwa)S a-uinr. II, at a ruhaci ilw-r sja, til li.illfy a,rn i
Wialiea I is put. Ural m.os discontinued
W S CO
ri ni 1 1. v iii a it k i: t.
li. XV A 1. 1. EH. riiOIMtlETOIt.
Cliolco JSLgixXq
From the Finest Herds.
Fish, Poultry. Vegetable. &c,
rl HMfllFIl TH OHI'FH.
EXTH AS -'I I'ESOA VM mm T 11 1! Ml l A 1 H,
VKAL. rKIHA YH rlt-ll. r I M A VC L A M M.
(I li leas otherwlie ordered )
77i I'rtin-irUtr li'iritiij l.etiHvil n timt wnl nnnvto
dit tut
W;.r.T4UI.K, I UI IT AM) I'D 1 1.1 KV M4UKI.T t
A Ij'.ioiiiir the Family Meat Market, will be prrared Io
.r.n.plly and aatiarV-lorlly fill or-lers for ever j-lkii. reriulall
lo furrnah the laole with all I tie puhstatit.als and lieileanies I ha
rountry atTorda.
J - skipping a,Mllrri aM Stasis I N wllrr. it
Meats, Ac, dehrered to all artsof the city without sstra
haro-e. ( Ui-uw) il. MALLKK.
IRON, IRON, IRON !
VJ1. WEIGHT
nH Jl ST KK.CDI VKI) I'KK II A K li
li t:. WYLIK, A OOOU AHSOK'IMr.H OF
BEST BEST BAR IRON !
He w.li. iia Ihe (.alrnaii o all in nercl of lh aliova whU la
He will Sell at the Lowest Market Rates !
tiol3
WM. WEIUIIT.
JUST ARRIVED
-I'KK-
MATTIK MACLEAY
- Mt'lM
Portland, Oregon,
Champocg Extra Flour.
Island Superfine Flour,
Dost Oregon Lime,
Fresh Apples.
AM A
SUPERIOR LOT FRESH SALMON
I87D Catti !
IIIK CALK BY
ni.13 I ill
II. IIAC'Kstl" l - "
SPERM OIL
N 41 ANTITIES TO JI'IT, FHOM I
...... For.sleby
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