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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 12, 1881.
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE- Pakis. December 0, 1S83, France does not want to ti-Lt China, nor any nation as that irorUes wot only money, bnt the calling of every able-bodied man between 20 and 40 nnder the nag, and without distinction. The Fr-rcli have not been told tlie trutlabont Tou cuin. in fact deputies as well as minister-, hare sot the courage for that kind of r.o!iws The Tonkin Corn minion ba made its report, it Lte;s ' uo light and in more important and grave from its omissions and retieer.ccs There is a -hi.-,-ter Anne do yon see snvtLiny coining -'' anxit-t s u e air, and if .Vliairal (Jourbet cannot ..e groph a victory. Int not tt.rongh M. Triccn, 5Sin a lew days, th. situation will be wore tflan painful. TLo ugly wish to take Tonkin . ;,u, fnrr;i 'ht nor preparation, ana . .., n.,.t rf.n tnhble France to honor- Lbly get out of the hornet's nest, may veil be awarded the Jloutyou prize. Tke Saf-z canal imbroglio is not viewed a Uvingrct reached a solution; a rttp er that desirublc end has been Mcompiiuu. i v... tT.A Ivrif.rniters he will deLessepa ie -i-mci . . f .. t nnnv emlin't. brine tne uispuit- - -ri.- Tb- "acting edition" of Daudet s novel, the Hols en Exil, has proved a dead failure at the f..i..iil theatre. It is insufferably wearisome nd devoid of all oci:l or political interest Head the chapter in Voltaire's Candide, and the Kingly supper at Venice, if amusement or philosophy be sought in connection with laon trcLs fallen into bankruptcy. I do not think republicans, or any other people, ieei .m -u.-cslv in an expelled King pa-sing his exile m drlanehery, drunkenness and theft, with lame dncks tau Jeremy umuic. n 4 ions. The t-pectutors from lassitude hd neither the courage to exercise their right to hiss, nor the energy to prematurely withdraw. Ordinarily this epoch of the year was very cmuch occupied preparing for the coming f-tcs; i preseut there is an absence of gaiety, a kind CijI discouragement, mixed with dissatisfaction nd discontentment. Dusiness has not been risk, prospects are not bright, the banks are less librral in accommodation. Two feature? worth recording; the places of amusement are filled and tto arc the churches. Advent is not a close religious fete in France, people do not ol gerve special fasts during the four weeks as in Italy and Spain, but the churches are less richly ornamented and light sombre hues the violet above all preferred. Neither is the music of a joyful character, th.it Uing r rved for the2oth. Many persons make it a duty to study IJourda lone whoFt- language was that of evtr.yU.dy during Adrcnt. not for the solemn matters about which his famous sermons treat, but for their value in point of style and arrangement. They were Gambett.i's favorite reading. Indeed no politician or lawyer ( mi dispense with Bounhi loue, ho is unrivaled in clearness, vigor and method. He strikes lb mind, not the imagina tion, and i as positive, logical, and severe ns the haraugnes of Demosthenes. Mile. Auclerc ought to be content. The Chaiu Lcr has taken into consideration an amendment according to single ladies engaged in commer cial pursuits, Hi their own account, the right to vote. Mile, cannot accuse her fellow-countrymen after thi.s of decadence in gallantry, as com pared with their ancestors. U fore 17S!, women in Franco, unless of noble birth, hud a hard time of it. It was not in a tradesman's daughter or an ouiriere that a knight sought "the lady of Lis thoughts." IJelow the ranks of well-born the chevalier regarded woman as "something better than his de.g, a little dcater than his horse," as the coni'my Uaron, Tennyson, has it. A eentleinau denying the deereptitude of Comte de Moltke, asserts his age is of the lusty winter class, "frosty but kindly." The Comte ha a greater horror of war now than ever, al though it was by war he made his reputation. He i. inaccessible to all ambition; he loves no body; he has gr ut influence but has neither fa Toritep iir proteges. In a word he is a solitary who de-tes-tH to be disturbed. He has never in bis life obligeel any person, nor demanded any thing of anybody. A bachelor pops the ftue&tiou; ho- does it happen that Parisian Iridic are so slender aad delicate when they eat so well and so often! Madame Girardiu invite us to look at them "at work" during a supper; how the ham, fowl pat ties, partridges, and all kiuds of cakes disap pear! These dainties ought at least to produce round arms and better elfoiildeis. Paris has regularly twice a day its "gastronomic stations" for the ladies of the fashionable world; these laboratories of delicacies are ever patronized between 2 and 1 o'clock the leading pastry cooks anel confectioner's fcLops are visittil, some for their delicate brioches, their suvory savarins, the melting plombs, and thoe vacherins, which seem to have been made from a receipt lost by the gods in their Olympian break up. What consumption of dainties; what an expenditure of money! No wonder there are no "plain cocks' in Taris, and those who condescend to labor for palates and btomachs, make their for tune before attaining forty years of age. Just now it is the fashion to be eluw i on the Grocers; they appear to be a veticablc Turk's bead for the French. But they come in for more than their Lre of attention, although human ity is said to arrange every twenty-four hours its ridicules and its vices, as a coquette arranges the position of her flounces, her jewels, and her laces. Napoleon remarked that the English were only a nation of shopkeepers. If ho couhl only cast a glance at Paris now, he would find almost the ground story of every honse, a baa tique, when not a niagasin. And the grocer is the predominating talent of these slope. 'Tis true that it is only within the last century that he ha become an omnipotence ami one of the most beautiful illustrations of modern societv. 3. S. Mill might have chosen him as the type of utilitarianism. He repre sents all parts of the world by his products, and yet he is nncon scious of it. Does the Obelisk know that it is a monument? The grocers receives you smilingly, and with cap in hand, while you ilo not disturb your hat. The butcher is rough, the baker a growler, but the grocer is the pink of amiabihtv. If you want change of a five franc piece, or to ascertain your way to a certain street, it is to the grocer you go. Dynasties iu::y change, ministers coiae and go likes the tides, but no grocer iu France is every impolite. Yet he is despised; his stupidity harped upon; bath be not eyes, hands, organs, elimensions, senses, affections.passions like other tradesmen? he works like an ant. and which might be taken sls the symbol of his craft. It is he who takes in nil cheap papers, supports current literature, and fills the front galleries of the theatres. He goes to all the museums, he names and votes for the most dangerous memoers of the oppo sition, out of sheer kindness to allow them to taste cabinet pudding. 15 at he Is not a rabid politician as the apothecaries, who like to blis ter ministers as thev dp their patients. The grocer backs the most repressive measures against Communists, and rogues; the former seize his petroleum, and the latter prig his show merchandise. He is a conservative of the tirst Tter, for if a Kins be not possible, he will theTcnkin cpuestion. r.o enthusiasm is displayed i respects it- No hulf-measurea are to be , rc 3orted to. Political obstacle are consirM to 1 i ii- r, v. Confidence is felt that it il. : plump in a plebiscite for an Eu:peia, and if both are out of f.ivr.r, he will cry Vive la repub I liqne! For him, hont-r. like the .stage, should ' never for a nioi:sent be left unottupied. He vj'.l s.ub-.fiibe to public chaiities ; will uvt bs Lis inf.iiits i.i military and patriotic rostur.n s : will pnr-h a -. a; jo:tr?j:d, but be wil! i.tv i ..'i. i rtise. .i:.'-;ii;l-i iulJl.,u. ' hulii i . i jl.c? y.iil'i of .- l - WKil u t-i.l'!e or n god. Vuu may bniLl a t:v- t. c even a vi,l..e ; v" J'y thfi-e establish lyceuus and open loardi;.- m-LSs f.-r young ladies : Jiave police and po.-tn.en : aye, even a journal, with or with, 'out p:-.tent ii.-i.U-. but al! will j!ft yuuhv vexation yf spirit u the gi-c-i- does Uot' .h..ti, . pii.-L Li.-, tent 1 1. Lieut th- -o..-i.l tir.s 'the & ocer 1. tic- nr.-.! in th., (nWj (t j i 'be nioi-nifig -n-d the ia--t t-. re tiro to bod. jt 'l is a fair quest;,-.,,, h,lS Le ever a hciidnv. tl,o:t, ! ho i',1U0,luc'-:i L :' Lis a u.-df-fcoH,;,,- oil i festivrds :-.-tud.iy. lb Hj01r, I0 Hn" tJj. j gosMn . f ih- neiyhb..rl. , A, tmd M-mpathizes or denounce.-, the s:,e;.I:. r I..,.!., tt- ! tu,, Ul- -""erei.ee bctwe.-u ancient and ; z::zJ:"it:t:r:: j t.:e-,e product it, triplicate. Coffee, tea and ) ! chocolate, fcr aii de-jt-tiiivvs : caudles, oi! and , petrol, ,u:5. ,,n, of ,;, n,.ht : .aIt, p.pil.r aul ) spices, the- .-th-tie.,,.; ,.J .,.....;,... .... ! c;ts ami ) v.-vf.iii i .. -.. . ' .'.'i, lif.cesfcili.s for rarjo,.,,! i , aliruent.-.tiou ; sr.-ar, sirups and ja!us without ! wLu'" U" v:ouhl 1" fitter : c!.-e., prunes, nuts j and raisins that, aecor.hng to Urillt-Sa'varia, ! impart to a dVsv.it its phy.-ioguomv. ' j He i., an elector ;.ij.t a juryman, t,d is eli; , ble for the picsident-hip of the republic. W 1- iat cnti.l but docs not recall the bea Uihd agate Gar ble, in the grocer's hhop? And the squibs, the sweetmeats, the kites and the tops! The Sro-er keeps tapers to wake, or to bury his clients and a tt.ir in his tye fr the departed if !,., 'owed nothing j,nd L...d been good customer. To the poets he sdls pens uj to tho urtjs( ot colors: to all. gl,-.e. He supplies gunpowd-r and t.rsetn. to those wemy of life; for tho o,4U1. blef:. he bus cards; for the ladies, he has soup soft, as well f,s hrird, and potssh. He. h;tS matches, warranted to strike on or ofi, hox, hud occasionally sou.c- of a fire proof chr.ra.-tcr that will uot ignite at ail. The -roe, r sells picture literature to uiMrcn; masks to cat nival goers, ef.n ,. colcgue to makers and coeodcttes. Are .you depressed V He- has tobacco, f.nd Miufi'too for the nc-o and pocket Ii.indkcrcLhfs, whicli rue symbolical' of the it, finite a, the s rpent th.:t bites its tail. He S-ils drr.ps to curtail life, and drug, to prolog existence. II., is hiaiM-lf sold to the public as FaiiM t Mephistoplules. II., is the Alpha ar.d e'ii'.l oi tlie sorjal strlte. U cuiuo.t til-,. ., I Btf-p. or n J;;;niif, for T !! crime or for :t ,rfKnl ' tlf'IJ, without the a'd of tl . mnif IT i '" -o11" r. IK is mod- em society in a shop; lo oo.-itv aiiqed him t,i.1 f i cue ho i .. r . t -i - : 1 le" - . io 1 .i.i f IK C.Of. .Ji.i in action, nnd di- ! tlibntcs life in ir revis r -.i.n- 1.. i i l t, MI 1 and hot- lion :.,.. A, v.-.ral UUuU of .at-land, water and polltie;,i : )lo.w.Vlr. .Af. Zaborov.ski draws attention t the n.-yet-t of ,,ol studying the migration of rats in lrhuionship with' the mi gration of mankind. It znihi p,.rhaps throw I'g'.t on the Aryan controversy. Man c-amo ' from tho central table :tn,i 0f Xorthern India, j and thc.-e too must Lave- been tho cradle of rats, ! which followed man in the wake of civilization! j Tho st.Misttcs of clime h.ivc been'lo.v these i past few d.rys. A -irl wlo. had been seduced ! and drstri.-d ,y a sii.p-i,,.iu, threw the con- ' Ilts r' brine i his fa.e.;ns t a. n- ! in that the next won!.! he vitriol. j Paris we know is "th-.- ho.oV.uaitMs'ot prog.'' j An ex-butlc-r who has opened a restaurant, has a ! coocetioii or bills of lares thot did service in the mauMons rcput.d for their din-icrs. A client cau select a Kothschild hi:iPvei- safnstom toll- ! ieallyasweilootont.rciallv. " " ! The Compte-.-se- do Creiliiiho intends giving u series of colored bails, where ladies must appear in toilettes of uniform color, the shades of the j stuffs will be indicated in the invitation, red, li- j lac, blue, un tn and white. On Shrove Tuesday ' the lobes will doubtless b-j multicolored. ' As woman advances iu lifo her character forms. Mie esciqv s fteni our ..uthority, her waist gets large. At 11 v.e can govirn hor, because her waist is blender. At 4') t-hc resists, shakes off the conjugal yok...: her w.-itst is thick, flint's the ' mantu r lieav-n j.u.ii-h: s h. r fdllCZ COURT. m cor:- r .i.u i. -n sn. ; uk ki t.tdn. li:e'.suay, January H, lss. Jjirce ca-,-.i of drr. u!.eiiu. were u uiumarilv I-a'i within the u-ual wav. A b mrthy trial on a ch;rb'e of disorderly conduct was heard and the d, f- n l.int re:,nndl for judg ment. A native cliar. d (..th eriielty to anioials and a foreigner with . hIw-zzJ, nicnr were reman led until 11th instant. Wednesday. .Faniiary 9. 18SJ. Four drunks were treate d as usual. For disorderly couduct, a hack driver was sen tenced to ki'x hours" imprisonment. Kaaole was convicted of larcvny of si and fcentenced to four ruonths' iuiprisontnent at hard labor. Kipi, Inaki. and Kiko were charfeel with assault aud battery on K. Gcrkc. Mr. F. Pahia appeared for tlie defendants. Mr. Gerke testified to btin- brutally assaulted by the defendants at Moanalua on the 8th instant. The defendants were remanded until the 12th instant. I2ail fixed at S.O.) each. Kawahaniaalea was committed to the in-ane asylum as an insane person. Thursday, January It). 1SS1. A cae of a, sail lt and battery, and one of com mon nuisance were remaueled until llth instant. -IVII. M MMARV (Ol itr. Jir.ror.i: rone r-Jt stk c nn jctniToJ Thursday, January It). 1SS1. thiai Sinj; vs. Princeville Sugar Co. Dam ages ?2oo. Mr. AVard for plaintiff. Mr. F. M. Hatch for defendant. Tlca to jurisdiction tiled by defeudants. Plaintitt" discontinued the case. John i:. Bush vs. Hclemauna. Assumpsit for $23. Judgment confussed for amount claimed. One cae settled out of Court, and three cases continncl. Eeciprccity as a Policy. If our tariff policy is not to be soon changed it would be wise to be reaching out for some trade beyond our borders through reciprocity treaties. "We have "such a treaty now with the Sandwich Is lands which Eastern manufacturers are anxious to abrogate, and yet it has resulted in giving us more trade with the Kingdom of Hawaii than we have with all Spanish America, except Cuba and Porto Rico; greaten than with the Central American States and British Honduras, Portugal, Austria, Denmark, Turkey, Sweden and Norway, Chili and Peru, and nearly as large as our trade with Mexico and China, including Hongkong. San Francisco is the port at which most of this trade centers. In the East a sentimental demand, with a mercantile squint, i3 made that we submit to the invasion of Chinese laborers for tbe sake of the Chinese trade which euters Eastern ports, and in the same breath the abrogation of the Hawaii treaty is called for. Oakland Times. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TIIK N KV AM H."i!iANT j-I f MUIP3 "MARIPOSA" AND "ALAfdEDA " Wi'A l-Vfj UuirOulu .tu i au 1'nmifPn 015 th l lR-f an.'. l il'TKK S'SM -r f trh m-Mit. I'AbEXOKIiri may have tiiirsi- ua;n?i Cooied in j'i vance by applying at the oiliee nf Aget.-i. P-isEXiKRSb- this line n- ln;ibr u.ii!iiJ tbat tber I will be allowel av iK-unds of tnirtJi l'KKK by the EXCURblON XI :ti.-:T- f.,r rwuud trit;, iU. ; -1 to return by any of the C -jiuany s stea.'nfcr- wlttii:i 'J lay s. MERCttXDI.-E inteitl..-i f.f iftiparnt by thU line will be recti veifrce of char;'e.itt tUe t.ompaDy' uew .vnre-bou-t', an.l re-ceipt issued f n same, iii'uwnco ou :r.r chanilisc in the warehouse will be at owner-' risk. WIIXI V.M G. IK IV IX i- C.. I'Aimi 3I1IL si'LllHIi' tOMPl. ' ffl M Ii2 TABL K. PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO. "for San Francisco :l City of Sydney- a or about .tannnry 'JO For Auckla.n-1 und Sydney : Australia ... Zealandia.. Ua or about December 23 Ua or about Jsnaarr 2d o-2.'.-tt FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE RATtKENTINE JANE A. FALKINBURG. GOODMAN Muster Will have (juick .lispafh for the above port. Kor freight or p:issa'c apjilv to .WJ-tf MESSllS. CASTLE A COOKE, Atjeiits. M TABLE STEAMER "KlffAlJ." KJNO Maste 'I 'HE sTEAMEll -KINAf" WILL LEAVE IIONO- I..liaina. .Maulaea tiay. Ma'kena. Mahiikona. Kawailu-f, Laupalioeboo and Hilo. It.'tariiing, will touch at all the above ports, arrivinij al Honolulu each Saturday P. M. The ' KINAf" will leave lier wharf at 4 P.M., and NO FltEK.HT WILL 11 E KECEIVEK A FT E It 3 P. M. Ine notici? is viven of this rule. Knd it will bt carried out. ocl-tf t WILDER A CO. Tho Largest and ftlost Com pleto Foundry and Printers Warehouse on tho Pacific Coast. iV mm MA N I" FACT I 'P. EJts AND S LE AtiENTS FOlt iVvrles, JfU. Pre. M1N Ci.N I'm,, oUr-Il ,.! Italx-ork l'r-e.ts nipper and Jewell Pres. f' P' U ' ''' 11 s iJ -,okbin Ma "uin r' " I -"wl Paper Cuttcia, Piaiiioiil and oem Paper Cutt is lln aad Load Cut-ers, and Mit'-rin lachineg. MN'll'.V'"TIBfCl!S OF Washington Hand Presses. AND Gordon Presses. 1 ThP only OfMle,--, n the- l'aiilie Cost in N-.v sntl j Second-bund i Printing PRESSES. Lithographic. ! ALS:. IV.oPKIiMOas OF TUBJ San Francisco Newspaper Union -AND - Nortiieru Pacific Xowspaper Union, The two lsr.i;er auxiliary houses on the Pacific Coast. PALMER & HEY, Typi Founder. Elect rolj-per, Klereof jper nail rl liters' Machinist, I Nos. 405-7 Sansome Street, San Francisco, Cal. Jfi" Send for o-ir Xew Specimen Book. d24-tf Notice to the Public. Choice Beef, rr i -r i. i i -s ! Veal. Mutton and Pork, Fresh j?ork Sausages and Bologna, Can now he ol.uined at QVEEN STREET MARKET, i siall No. l'O. Orders delivered to all parts of the city. ' ', C D. SCHRADER, PROPRIETOR. Formerly in partnership wlili Georpe FUupp, Oernianiu Market. ja9-3m i A C A R O. DESIRES TO IXfOUM HIS CUSTOMER AND THE j puhlic that he ha., returnee! from his trip to the l; OLD WORLD, and has regained his business at ' The Old Stand in Hotel Street.! Where he hopes u, see all his old friends ajain, and to make many new ones. He has not traveled with his eyes shut, and has brought hack with him all the new Idea, of the day for the benefit of the customers of the Htii"4liessing: !riloori9 i.? Hotel street, Honolulu. nZj-tf ootrUstrnfiUs. Proposiils for Exchange "Wanted on Xew York or London, IS L'C11 AMOfXTS AS MAY 1JE liUlVlltKD IXiU se-ttle-nie-nt of balane-es due m the I'nite-U states Tost otlioo D.-paniue-m at Wuvbiuijtoii "n Postal Money Order Account during the year ts). Tenders mny include' either of the followi,,-. : ExchaJise oa New York, payable at sijrht. So or W) days. Sterling bills on London, payable at iht. ::.0 or o days. The exi-haiiye to be furnished a, may lie required by the Money Order business of this office. The amount wanted will vary from five to t"a thousand dollars per quarter ; and the period included in the tender snould l:e from January to December, lfSI. II." M. WHITNEY, y. Z1. V. I'ototlii-e, Honolulu. January S. ISn-i. ' jaI0-t The Bon Ton Lottery. o N' THE EVENING Of FEBRI"A1!Y 1ST 1 HE Great Diamond Lottery Will take place at IC. .1. NOLTE'.S. The beautiful larf Diamond Itlnif is v.'itrruntcel 4-k:t!'t, which is the first prlz. aii'l valued at 'i-jOO. Tbe other prize consists of an Opal ,-Oent-i'; Pin, set with four Garnet Stones, belnii pure in all respects. This Pin is valued at IQ Tickets are S each. Chances, 12j. The Dianio'i'i Iting and Pin may tie seen in the window of the inidprMuned' Call and secure tie-kets at once. WISEMAN & ASHLEY, JuO-2v Campbell's Block, Merchant strce-t. NOTICE. AU. BILLS DUE THE I'NDEKfcilUNED IT TO September 30th, 1S3, if uot settled on or before February 1st, ls, will be placed in the hands of a Collector. J'xi-lm W. E. FOSTER. Notice of Partnership. rp HE INDEItsiGNED GIVE NOTICE THAT they have formed a co-partner,hip for the puipose of carrying on bi;iiicss iu Honolulu, as follows: 1 Partners. WING CHONG nnd HOW CHUNG both of Honolulu. . 2 Business. Iletail Dealers in Chinese grM-t-r;es, teas, am! provisions. 3 Firm .Name. KWONG WA ON A CO. 4 Place of lu siiiess. .So. !U, Nuuauu St., Honolulu. jt 2wl Phosphate Meal 20, (s jer cei titicatc ofgaiiMly-si.o.)' AlSo. California Bone tVieal AND SUPER PHOSPATS, FOlt SALE BY H. HACKFELD &CO. o?-tf NOTICE. CG'lilN K. M. N'ORDBKilU 1LI. Fl'I.NISH BALLAST TO VEfSEl., IN i.A.: iK or small quantities with promptness aud ,1:.,;. o.-i. w He will also take contraet'i to furnish stone to l.-u.M.v i private parties. Oiline over the Anchor salosn. auJ'i.ur Directory of tlie Police Department of the Kmp-dom. Marshal . . . . W. C. Parke .David Davton j iJeputy Marshal SheriOV Maui T. W. Everett Waikapu Hawaii T.. Severance Uilo Kanai s. W. Wilcox Lilme Utpiitr Shrr III. Oauu. Ewa and Waianae . . . Waialua Koolauloa Koolaupoko . Anakalea Kauoa . . . . Jesse Amara II. Kauuihil Asa KauliH Maui. Lahaina II. Xew ton Kaanapali... J. A. Kaukau Honuaula , S. D. Kapeno Wailukti John liicharelson Mukawao S. F. Chilliugworth Hana '. J. Gardner Molokai and Ianai K. Lililchuu North Hilo.... Hatnakua H.A. .V.I. D. K. Makuakane 1. F. San ford Vacant G. P. Kamauoha D. Makainai (Acting.) D. IT. Naaintt F.. Smith J. M. Kauwila South Koliala . North Kohala North Kona. . . South Kona . . . Kan ! Puna 1 Kav.vi. Nawiliwili Liljue Kawaihatl .... Hanalei Saea.. .' ... ..AV. K. 11. Deverill S. Kaui G. li. Palohau . ,J. Kakina J. W. Alapai J. Kauai House Fligs Can-icd by Inter-Island and Foreign Stc imships and Sailing Vessels. . . P M.S. S. 'o. Swallow-tail: with horizuital stripes of red, white, blue, white, red. O. ts. A. Co. Squaie; white ground, red border. In centre, red star, encircled by blue ring. P.osros and IloNonuLU Line. C. Bbf.we & Co. Square-, blue, red, and blue horizontal stripes. PtosrEB Line, T. U-. Davie's i- Co. Hawaiian flag wi-.h It. C. J. Co. in white. New Vobk ano nosoLCcu, Castle & Cooke. Square American eaghVon a blue ground. Dispatch Line. F. A. Schaefer & Co- Square; red, with t white Maltese Cross iu centre. , ' 1!ri:hen- Line, Hackfeld & ( Square, white; rod horizontal stripe above and below, red cross in centre. Ivteb-Ilasd S. S. Co.--Square; white ground, with upper border red, lower border blue, lied ball in centre WnjEB i Co. Square; red ground with V in white n ceu.re. ' Stmr Kilacea Hon.-Square ; white, with blue horizontal j . stripe anove and below, nine It in centre. ! Stmr Waimanai.o. Square"; red border above and j low. lied W iu ceutre. F. Wondenbcbo Square; blue ground, white ball in cen tre, witn W in red iu white ball.. A.F. Cooke. Square; red ground with white ball in centr W. K. Williams. Square; !lue. with white square in centre. Ali.es & Routs son. Square; white ground with uppe and lower borders blue. Macfarlane & Co. Square; checkered in white and bin The Nettie Merrill. Oil flag, square; blue gronn with white T in ceutre. Xew Aug, bura-ee, blue tri angle above and below, with red point, white sta iu the red. The Haleaxala. Red burgee. F.CoMTOS.. white li01i011 Ftripw, with C in hlu- in centre. IT IS REQUESTED 'I HAT ALL COMMI'JIICATIONS counected with the business of this paper, or of the P. C. ADVERTISER , v. i - " 'PltlNTlNO OI ICE, be addre-ed to toe under- , .. .... Mutinying lrprirlor. Honolulu, Oc.ober 16, lo33. JOHN EDGAR PRACTICAL BOOT MAKER UAVI.VU LOCATED I neit door to J. 1) RamseT-a grocery, on Hotel street. ia now prrpareJ to fill all order intrusted ti him with I prciaptne-j; rjpfclnng a specially; tevma, cash, jlylitf ! Advertisements!. NOTICE TO PLANTERS. riiiE L'-VDEIWltJNKD AltE I'UEt'AltKl) TO COX- I strut t Furnaces, on th principles ,.f their Patent for Sugar Millx, To Burn Wet 'S'rsisii Mettassi direct f, "iu the rollers, without any extra roils or preparation. Their Furnaces have stood the test during the last and pn-nt Mas-n without stoppage or C rouble. -VI! contracts for the e-oi,truetion e f Furnaces on our patent are guaranteed by u. No pay if not successful. Enquirers are requested to Inspect the 1'iirimccs Wltilv'at Work n the Wnihee Pluutatioii. where ev,rv facilitv will te given them. The Models may also be inspected at the Otbce, tiovernnieut Duildinits, H'jnoiura. should be addressed to th.? unuersigiiEd, Post- Honolulu, or to PAHICEK N. MAKEE, F:ei., Wcihee Plantation. Maui. MA K E li llAI'.CItE AVI & HAP.UfSON. dl-dfcwUm 'PHtentee'i JPacific Coast BUSINESS eiilEOTOiV, IXCLiridN'i - The Hawaiian Islands. - ai so.;- City Directory of Honolulu. l.WOO Pases-vcr Jt.OO'J Touns. L. P. 3lcKINXEV V CO., Puilishers, fr9 T.venty.forth strict H Montgomery street .'tOskiand ..san Frani-isSo FREDERICK. BACOT, Corre ijiondent and Ag-'ut for ilawaiiau lIa?id-. (U."-dA;.iiii Tjjc cap- esfc-i-i -i -. r. i'io .... I file OMLUyn. NO. 1 FOKT s i sti.:i:T. Opposite tt'ikier A. Co'm. EC. .JT. NOLTE, Pro)i'.. orss fujm 3 a. m. till U p. m. FIEST-fbASS H.VCilKS. TLX, HH'lKfc, soin wail;.:, .;b':t alk, 1c Oigffii! n ml V fc n o??s OF it P.J f ii:! W'i'. t'liiia and Faucy I'li'KS ,Vr j i m.v e.tv.v.t o.'milie isi, tirtrcurers, aii'J a Lir,-:' Vn.-i-iy U-.si'vi Al.li'V rs 1 lv 10 It S A ii V H MjKS. b'.-rs of Blll.l A.tfs rfill Cud .hi ia-i,.i!.i BRUNICK & CO., BILLIARD TABLE on the t're.uises. Th4i Pririeior would Ort fitei.-to.l lo recvive - Kit ir--'-:, ins I'rieii Is and the Pu:i!i J 'it'iier.iily, who euay J.'ire A lil'NCll, a SMOK f-1 or a g:i.ae r ii I i A K 1 a;,S:f iPny I 127 FORT ST., IIOMlKt'l.t' Planing, Shaping, Taming, Band and Scroll Sawing, i(rs, sash, minds, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Ualla-iters, .stairs, F.ir., Made tu Ordfi- MOULOHSTGS & FINISH ALWAYS O.N UANl. 93T AllorJer;) title 1 on suorl notice ami .1, ;,); pr,.upily attended to. Mouldiagj made to any pattern wiiiio exin ct.nrae for kuires PRICE OF MACIIIHS WOaS, 1.00 TO $1.50 PER HOUR.-- (ty Orders from thj other Lsl in ls pni.up-ly (iil, .. I'l in and apeciricationa furnished ti or.ler. C. .1. II H.lv:ii.. oil! ly OHO WHSTCt av c;0m No. 84 Nuuauu Oirset. DEAL miS l Crockery, Glassware and China, vrow oKFEtt fou s vid: at. ki:as v.ia: u ri'.s xN choice variety of Tea Sets, Vases, Slower T?ots Etc., Viltc. ''Kew and Ileautiful Articles, of tlie most delicate woik inanship, just received from Japan. s--S-m croons JVST RECEIVED I'EIi STEAMER ZEALAND! A, A lot Of . ' Hsiiidsonic lilR Screens, F ALL COLORS, and BKA I'TI Fl'LLY PAIXTED. WING WO TAI k CO., nl. t 24 Nuuauu sire EX ' MALLSGATE." '-.."'.: i The iiiiit iorlisieiit HAIR: TOOTH AND NAIL j Bath and Fine pong Ever Bi'o.i3lit Iato'XhisMarlit. : rfOLL.I3 I S,ft QL . COai - Comer Forf and MePChailt. St8..- axd .m..s sccaxi-htkeet; HOXO I.UI.C NOTICE. I Y1 M TEMPORARY Kingdom, I leave full Tow J. K. PORTER to transact all bi ABSENCE FROM THE er of Attornpy with MK business on my behalf. jal-ft J. K. PORTER. JO y H rtuertisements. Lycan - 105 and 107 Fort T?ost Office TSox 38 LYCAN & JOliX.SON l ave just received a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits up holstered iu Silk. Silk- and Plush, Plush ami Hair Cloth, Hair-cloth and leis, that thev wiil sell ut the lowest prices, rossible. LYCAN & eJOHNSoN have just received by "Suez " a large assortment ol f.ll: ..! .1 . ' i i -i i . i . roitinier oieanier v nmrs mat siiouiti inor a sea vovajre. AT LYCAN & JOIIXSOX'S can be ceived bv Suez," and " Australia." LYCAN et JOHNSON have a large assortment of Baby Carriages, Swinging nnd Hocking Cradles, Crib.-, and' high and Jow Chairs for the little folks. LYCAN & JOHNSON have some very cheap and some expensive Hed-room Suits. LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assoitment of small .Musical Instru ments in Honolulu. LYCAN & JOHNSON have tlie only assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS to be found in this Kingdom. LYCAN & JOHNSON sell n ore Pii,nos than all the other dealers because they sell cheaper, sell on the installment plan, take old instruments in ex change, and lc;ise them allowing the rental to he applied on purchase. j YCAN & JOHNSON keep e very t kin i lycan & l OIINSON have the ce proof Safes to sell. LYCAN &. JOHNSON keep constantly in stock the largest assortment o Hook Shelves, Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, &c. LYCAN tv. JOHNSON have a large assortment of Center Tallies and every thing to put on the Center Table.. LYCAX &, JOHNSON have the only assortment of Japanese Vases, Japa nese Dishes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c. LA CAN- & JOHNSON have a large stock of Toys, !os, Tool Chests, Doll Carriages. Sec, Sn: LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture Moulding and Cornice Moulding to be found in Honolulu. LYCAN & JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water Colors, Engravings and Chromos that they will sell below auction prices. LYCAN (t JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. W. G. Wood who is tLe only professional house decorator in this couutry. If you want everything to harmonize, consult him. LYCAN & JOHNSON, Manufacture Lambi oqin's Cornices and keep Cornice Moulding, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut. LYCAN Sc JOHNSON w ill furnish estimates for tl ie complete or partial fur- nisning oi residences. JOHNSON sell and rent j LYCAN &. JOHNSON propose to sell j fair profit, and not at the high figures ! in Honolul i. j T sr-,,, . , T . i L i C-AA & JOHNSON have the best ufacturing purposes and sell them at LYrCAN Sz JOHNSON have all goods by everyone. Answering all of their to the other Islands promptly, aud do and utility. may 11) P, r-im it - i . A A AVC 'iUi. All i. 5 C auHA I O M IL.MU .Iff'1 mi.'.MPtf! . . i roniorion .in-n-iiaiii st. : - OlieHnest i. not comhiiie botli "VS Bf ! Bf ,t "V I K:iiyT0.i;d ther n Bvr- , satisfied with j ,,ohE' srsicMi:itN. COLLARS, enjlThe One Price Mechanics' Bazaar, OK.VEIt FOKT AM) M RRCIIA P. S.-AU Goods Marked ia Plain Figures. Store Open from 6 A. M. to 8 P. M.: Saturday Evening till 10 o'clock. S. V LED.ERER, Manager. J. I- IlOSEnEKJ. JUST RECEIVED Ex Late Amvabi ; Flit a Llue ef Silfrr-Plaicrf liar. Ulrd fajies ia tlret Varit ly, ta;!i Uatfs riaf fnUrry, Mf RKIIM.ITKI) Ui ei.KX HKUMS lllMI'S. FKlTiif U HI' VI IX s BUrKl's and BROOMS. A If;!! Line t llaH's Hre-SViif Safes, olUlz-y, the UrrfiT asort?4t shwa i.i Ho3,i!bIo. TriRl.st's tI.R HOXKT lKl'.f:BS. fall astartiaeal ( Stres, Kinoes, Uouse FnroHhinx ilardirare, CaaJlirr, Lamp,, ftt., SArVJUEL NOTT, 43EAVER BLOCK. FORT H t KKET. & Co, 9 Street, - - - Honolulu. o- 'J elephone N"o. 179- ie lnsjiecreu ny every ono contemplat- found all of the latest Music just ry y in the Music line lebrated Ilerrino Put. Fire ami Pnrp-Iar- Chairs cheaper than anyone else. all goods handled by them at only a usually asked for goods in their line Sewing Machines for family, and ninn from $20 to $45 each. plainly marked, mid will deal justly correspondents and shipping goods all in their power to please in price wtf. M. Ea i -1 .'s a. --s- IN LOW PRICES. 8 Its .. . .. m orner t ort nml f orelinirl ulwoys the liest, but we cuu hLow you how you ran by buying yonr Clothes, etc., tit the Price Mecliimics' IJazaar, wherei you cau boo tho Largest Stock of j N"'v floods, nt fully 2 per cent, lens Thun at iiny other store in the Kingdom, nnl really New Goods, I New Styles, and selected with tuste by onr buyers in Eastern ' Mnrkets. Trader who buys for CASH, nells for CASH, and in Small Profit and Quick Ileturns. Thin wonderful Contains GENTS' AND HOYS' CLOTHING, WHITE AND COLORED SHIRTS, GENTS' UNDERWEAR, 1 1 A M U F It 1 1 1 KI S. A I'N. H4MTi. TKIXKK. SHOES, UAUH, 1 1 ATS. VAM.SI3H.irr4. XT STUKI.TK, IIOVOIdM , If. I. nl2-t A General Assortment of ISTEW GOODS, in oru LINK, Just received per steamer Alameda," Including GROCERIES, PROVISIONS 'AND FEED. SALMON. A June quantity of HALMON, In barrel and half barrels (Columbia River and Northern). u2ll-a BOLLEK jHc CO. JUST OPENED. A FIRSKLASS COFFEE SALOON JSo. TZZ TSnvisxrivL yWtroet, rHEBE COLU LUXCHES, COlt'EK, AND THE f nneat brands of Tobacco tJ Cteara. ind l Ginger Pop n Ice, can t bad at all to 10 P. M. Don t fora. t the trite t JOUN90N Proprietor y V" 1 u v c9-tf