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"When the world speaks, as it is constantly in
the habit of doing of certain people as being " dashing" or ? cnttinfj a dash," it conveys a clear and distinct general meaning to those it addresses which it would take a great many words and a rood deal of time to. produce in any other way, The people spoken of hare been content to pi J along, and take to some coarse of. life or fashion which betokens that they have stepped up to a higher rang in the social ladder. Perhaps but tons take the place of cotton print at their door when yon leave yonr card, or seated at their bos pitable tableyoa find that thebrilliant champagne has gained an entrance, and Cize3 and gargles where the modest sherry had beforo stood in silent and respectful attendance. Then a new drawing- room carpet invites your attention, and a picture hangs where a print had been, and -sundry other significant signs tell you very planly indeed that the Browns are "cutting a dash." Dashing people are always surprising thsir neighbors in some way or other ; they step xilittle outside the conventional uounaunes mat nem in staid and sober society, and occasionally venture to indulge in the luxury ofa slight outrage on pro priety without losing that quality of respect and admiration for which they crave and which they so. much value. To be exceptional to the common herd, to be remarkable and generally remarked to have a name for a certain audacity in social mat ters, and to keen, with all this, free from the tal ons, even if they do sometimes feel the velret of scandal's treacherous paw, these are the good things of the world which the dashing people hear tily enjoy. Who does cot know the dashing woman of the day, handsome, healthy, well-to-do, dressed so that every article she wears shall come triumphantly out of the scrutinizing appraisement of an envious sisterhood, more fond cf men's than woman's so , ciety, the leader in every new scheme for driving the demon ennui from the doors of good society, the promoter of every plan for dragging fashiona ble routine oat of its ordinary' and tedious high way, and turning it into those "fresh Deld3 and pastures new" which a fertile and ingenious in vention can always keep in a state of novel and pleasant cultivation. The dashing woman prob ably numbers in the mental inventory of her pos sessions such insigniGcant and unimportant items as husband and children', but they are chiefly con sidered by her as obstacles to that full develop ment of the spirit of "dash" in which she longs to indulge, free and unfettered. The fact of her hav ing a husband does certainly give a piquancy to some of her actions which they would not other wise possess, and it affords her frequent opportn nities for demonstrating to Eociety how lightly she bears a yoke under which so many women live in patient and uncomplaining servitude. Her chil dren, however, if she is so unfortunate as to have any, do not bring witb them these advantages, for society, although tolerant of connubial indif ference, views with disfavor the neglect of a moth er's duties, and she is therefore obliged to assume & virtne if she does not possess it. So she lavishes opon them an extravagant and demonstrative af fection when others are by, and leaves them to the banishment of the nursery .at other times. As they grow up they become so many dat3 from which calculation can be mado, which no arts of the toilette can disprove, and they are therefore sore trials to the dashing woman who would keep her youth as long as she can, and, like Aurora, "renew her beauty morn by morn." tVhat this evil desire to "cut a dash" does for the sex which boasts itself as superior to the frail ties and trivialities of their weaker companions, is far too well known every where and to every one. AVcll is it for the family whose records do not show tho havoc which its member has made upon .its resources. How much pinching and self-denial is there notat this moment going on in little conn- j try vicarages, or modest suburban cottages, be cause Tom in War Office, or Charley at Alder- shot have thought fit to try and be fellows ? How many a grave and sober-faced parson in his quiet rectory far away in the country has to put off from year to year his marriage with the girl he loves be cause so largo a portion of bis parisaioners' tithes have to bo devoted to paying for the "dash" which he cut during his three years of university life ? The obituary of "dash" is to be read every day in the records of the Bankruptcy Court. It is the coal to which most of it reaches at some time or the other. "Dash" leads its followers on a pilgrimage the very reverse of that which the Israelites of old had to undergo. They turn their backs upon the promised land of honor and pros perity, and find themselves among tho Kgypt ians, and spoiled by them before they are aware. And we, too, who serve her JIajesty with oar pens, have frequent opportunities of seeing the padding, the sprouting, and the full flowering of the poppy "dash." Our brother scribe, perhaps, comes down to the office with gradual little al terations in dress, unobservafale to the casual be holder, but easily marked by us who know in timately every button on hU waistcoat. IVo see the beginning of that awful abandonment to color in choice of garments which makes us long for the establishment of a council of taste, without whose -approval nine-tenths of our young men should not be allowed to dress at all. Then the gaudy season of gold and gems cheap and nasty sets in, and the complexion and the eyes at 10 a. x. begin to tell their little mysteries of the doings of the night before, and wo gradually and sorrowfully find our pleasant, cheerful and jolly col league turning into a moody, vulgar, specimen of . detestable loudness, the result of a stupid at tempt to get the character among fools like him self of being a fast man and a dashing fellow, And when he has run through the various ages of "dash, " what does ho come to? Why, that last most lamentable stage of all which finds him sans parse, sans health, sans everything. Civilian. Tjie Sax Fraxcjsco Mail Bocte. A special general meeting of the Sydney Chamber cf Com merce was held at the Exchange on the 27th ult, to take into consideration the question of steam postal communication with Europe via Fiji and San Francisco. Tho Chairman said that the first matter which the Chamber had to consider, was the question of steam postal communication with Europe via Fiji and San Francisco, was one of pressing importance. Unless fresh arrangements were made,- the steamer -which was to leave in the beginning of April was the last that would take the mails via San Francisco. Jle thought the public were hardly sufficiently alive to the importance of keeping open this route. The fact that the steamers had to call at Kerr Zea land, had done much, be thought, to lessen tho public interest in the matter. It was about just as wise to send the steamers to Xew Zealand as to send the P. & 0. Co.'s boats there on their way to Suez. About the same delay wonld bo occasioned In cither case. This arrangement had done much to prejudice the minds of the people against the route, and the conscquenco.was, that on all hands it ha3 been stated, that however good the ronte might be for passengers, it was not a good.ono for mails. A little examination would show that the routo via Fiji and Honolulu and San Francisco was the best route that the colonies on the eastern coast of Australia could nvail themselves of. He took it that the trunk line would start at Fiji ; the other colonies would then connect themselves with Fiji by subsidiary lines. Ho thonght the route superior to any thing that we could have. There was another consideration : It was not likely that Great Brit ain would be involved in a war between the con tinent of Europe and America at the same time. If we had postal communication with Great Brit ain by the Suez route only, our mails would be topped in case of a war between Great Britain and the continent of Europe ; but that would cot much matter if we had postal communication with Great Britain by the route now proposed. A letter from Mr. n. n. Hall was read, in which he stated that he had refused offers of subsidies from the New Zealand and Victorian Govern ments, who wished him to make Duncdin or Mel bourne the terminus. He added that the mer chants of San Francisco did not look with any prejudice upon the colonial steamers he had been using, and tbey, as well as the authorities, were willing to-accord an Australian lino their warm est support. It was finally resolved as follows "That this Chamber is of opinion that it is highly desirous for the interests of this colony that a Eubsidy should be granted for a mail service via Fiji and Honolulu, and that a deputation from this Chamber wait upon the Premier with the view of securing the influence of tho Govern ment in its favor." Sydney Mail, April 1. TnE Qde3tiox op Amusements. The late MERCHANDISE, &C. H. H ACKFELD CO OlFei- for Sale, BY TIIE Hawaiian Bark ' KA MOl, From I.033.Ca.02IL. THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT of GOODS Selected with Great Care FOR THIS MARKET COSSISTISQ OF- Georgo Ticknor, speaking of the influence of the stage, said that he thought it was more than an equal rival with the pulpit in its influence upon the community. That the stago had more positive power; but whether that power was always in the hands of those who directed it for the public's best good, be was somewhat in doubt. The influ ence of fine sentiments, aided by good acting and music, he thought greater than the attempt at con viction by argument through the head. These sentiments did credit to the head and heart of the eminent historian, and are the views that are rapidly becoming adopted. In this connection it may be well to repeat what one of the more liberal religious papers says of the bigoted refusal of Rev. Mr. Sabine to read tho burial servico over the veteran Holland, which brought into notice the little church around the corner." The paper says, "Amusement is now regarded as a necessity of social existence ; not an evil, not a thing to be discouraged or put under the ban of religion, but a thing to be purged from evil, limited in amount and saved from abuse. Actors, being thus infer entially a necessary class in modern civilization, despite the recognized perils or temptations of their business, are entitled to all the ordinary pri vileges of citizens and of Christian compassion and respect, and from tho clerical profession es pecially. They are no longer to bo pushed aside a3 necessarily a guilty, useless, immoral class of persons. They are to be judged each by himself, on his individual merits, like any other class; with the decorum and respect due to each and every necessary trade or occupation." TJINGLISH PRINTS, Fancy Lilac, fe Mourning, I 'I Prints. TnMllod Miintx Print. Fancy Muslins, Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting, Sunerior block Uoooorr, DiacK Aipacca, French Merinos and Crape, woolen dress Goods Black anil blue Broad (Jlotn, Italian Cloths. White Moleskins, White Drills, White Dock, Black Haircloth, White Shirting ana Longclotn, Turkey Ited Cloth, Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heavy Brown and Bine Cotton, Ticking, Blue-Denims, very heavy, Blankets, large siie assorted colors, Bleached Linen Sheeting. Blue Alhambra Ited Quilts, White Bed Quilts, Fine Linen Imperials, White Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels, Superior Linen Handkcrcbiets, Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs, Turkey Red Yellow Hd'kfs. Plain White Flannel, Bluo Twilled Saxony Flannel, White Merino ocks. Grey Mixed Socks, Ladies' White Hose, Fancy Damask Table Covers, Black Silk .Neckties, Fancy Aipacca Bloases, Fine Linen Bosom Shirts, White Cotton Shirts, Fancy Calico Shirts, Hickory Shirts. Heavy Merino Under Shirts, Silk Pro'it. Under Shirts. Brown Cotton Under Shirts, Turkey Bed Suspenders, Black Silk Umbrellas, Black Silk Elastics, . Bloc Cotton Thread. Woolen fc Cotton Girths, Feather Duster, Boiled Linseed Oil. White Zinc Paint, . Ground White Lead, Bed Ochre, . - . and Venetian Ited. Burlaps, Sail Twine, Scotch Hemp CanTas, Russia Duck, light heary. Bright Fencing Wire, v Hoop Iron, from 3 in. to II in. Tinned Saucepans with Covers, Babbits Metal, Galvanized Gas Pipes, 3 to J in Galranizcd Iron Backets and Tabs, Cabin Lamps and Lanterns, C. C. Iron with brasrrruards, Fine Pocket Knifes and Steel Scissors, Crushed Sugar, Jrrcncu UMcoIalo, French Pease au natutel, Malaga and Sultana Raisins, Currants in Jars, Salad Oil. Codlivcr Oil, Curry Powder, essences or cncld .Almonds. Liverpool Salt, Sausages in Tins, ' -Wiltshire Loaf Cheese, Dutch Loaf Cheese, MaltTinegar in Demijohns and Barrels, Cream of Tartar, Seed Biscuits. Gin in Baskets and Boxes, Bum in Barrels, , India Coopc A Co., Ale, i Claret in Boxes, Rhino Wine, Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps, Dunvillo Irish Whiskey, Manila Horsc4Bopc, 'Stockholm Tar, Pitch in half Barrels, Portland Cement, Fire Bricks square and arch. Blacksmith Coal, Munti Yellow Metal and Composition Nails, Best Ride Powder in I lb Tins, 1,000 bbls New Oil Shooks, 100 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. 2-3ra MERCHANDISE. &C. SELL IN G- OFF Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash HARDWARE! "HARDWARE! HARDWARE: J. W. WIDDIF1ELD IVould Cull the Attention of PLANTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED HARDWARE PECULIARLY ADAPTED For the Wants of the Island Trade Merchants in Particular, WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO thkih ADVANTAGE TO GIVE ME A CAZL1 Before Purchasing Elsewhere AS 2IJ.XY T11IXGS WILL HE SOLD Oxily zxt Cost, BUT IN MANY INSTANCES, GREATLY BELOW COST! TO MAJCE ROOM FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT UXTot agricultural and Other Implements, Coiiilng' lrom the East. The Usual Discount Made to the Trade! 3T Orders from the other Islands 'esncctfullT Buiiciiou, irompiiy aucoaca 10 anu nilcu wun care. 1ST No Connection with the Firm across the Way 3m 24 It Fro Bono Fublico !" Teoh Sydney we learn that -the Government have declined to entertain the proposal submit ted to them by Mr. Moore, the agent of the Queen of the Thames, on behalf of the mail servico via the Cape. They informed Mr. Moore that the CaliToraian ronte ivas,more suited to the require ments of New Sonth Wales. It fnrther appears that'the Sydney Government have had the offer of a weekly service to and from Europe by San Fraucisco for a subsidy of 45,000 per annnm; and it is also stated that they are prepaid to pay half the expenses of a steamer to ran between Kbnnantown, Queensland, and Batavia, to brine telegraphic news daring the present period ol European complications. The Treasurer in his budget speech stated that the Government will consider the opening of ttr? direct mail service to California when the present mail contract ceases. The Government tariff has been snb nitted, and is very similar in its character to that of Victoria. - .A stjtgcuu: eruption recently occurred on a farm near Springville, "Wis. A space of earth 7 feet in extent was thrown np -violently. Flashes of light have been frequently observed on the spot and pieces of charred bituininons coal have been found. The cirenmstancy naturally creates considerable speculation. How the London Times west to Paris. The London Tana of Jan. 31st makes the following statement: Attempts to establish a ready communi cation between tho bclcajrurcd Inhabitants In Paris and their relatives and friends beyond the German lines, have given rise to many contrivances which are not unlikely to make a new era in the historv. both ofaeronantlcs and photography. Among them may be mentioned the ingenious device by which the matter of two whole pages of the limn has been transmitted from London to Paris. This has been ac complished by photography. Those pages of the paper which contained communications to relatives In Pans were photographed with crcat care bv the London Stereoscopic and Photographic Company on pieces of thin andalmost transparent paper, abont an men and a half In length by an Inch in width. On these impressions thero could be seen by the naked eye only two legible words, The Times,' and sir narrow brown bands representing the six col nmns of printed matter lormlng a page of the news paper. Under the microscope, however, the brown spaces become legible, and every line of the news paper was found to have been distinctly copied and with the greatest clearness. The photographs were aent to Bordeaux for transmission thence by carrier pigeon to Paris. When received there, they were macniflcd, by aldof the magic lantern, to a largo sire and thrown npon a screen. A staff ot clerks Im mediately transcribed tho messages and sent them off to the places Indicated by the advertisers. The 6nreess of this experiment gives rise to the hope that the new art of compressing printed matter Into a small compass will not stop here. If a page ol the Time6 can be compressed into a space little larger than that occupied by a postage stamp, the matter or an octavo volume might be made to cover not more then two of Its own pages, and a library could be reduced to the dimensions of the smallest prayer book What a relief it would be to the learned per sons who frequent the Library of the British Muse um, if. Instead ot havingto make fatiguiDgjoumej6 from letter A to letter B of the ponderous catalogue of books, they had Its many hundred volumes re duced to a space a yard square, over which a micro scope could be hurriedly passed. Such suggestions arc now occupying the thoughts of photographers. New Swedish Teesios or the Bibls. Re visions of existing versions of the Scrip'.ures seem to be the order of the day. Besides the enterprise in this direction now going on in Eng land, we learn by a letter from a friend in Stock holm, Sweden, dated February 9, 1871, that a Royal Bible Commission has been 'at work for a long time with the revision of the old Swedish version of ,the Bible, The Commission have ad vanced so far in their, work that they expect to publish it in the Spring, to be laid before the Diet for examination." Boston Trateler. For Kohala, Hawaii. Schr. Active. PETEK J. MELLISH, . . . Master, Will ran is a regular packet to- the above corts. For freight or passage apply to l-im nAutuuii & ALLEN, Agents. AT WHOLESALE AND BY CASTLE & .COOKE Consisting in Part of Finest White all Wool 4-4 Flannel. Finest White all Wool A Angola White Flannel: uooa urcy and Into nil wool Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting, Thompson's Olove-Fitting Corsets, Jlmoskcag Denims, Jeans, Drills and Bleached and Unbleached Cottons. A Sup'r Ass't of Stationery, Water Lined Noto Paper. Whito Ruled Note Paper. White Ruled Laid Leaf. Letter and Bill Paper, White, Cnff and Amber and Letter and Noto hnvelopcs, Parson's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink artists A uook-kcepers i-lcxible Kulcrs, Smith & Wesson's Pistols t Cartridges, Hair Girths, Stirrups t Leathers, Spanish Trees, Croupers and Bridles, Oak Belting, Street Brooms, Wood Faucets, Lamp Black, Italian Pacltinsr I-ncc Leather, Paints, Oils, &c. White Zinc Lead, in 1, 2 t 25 lb containc Pans and Chrome Green, Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sicnncr, Patent Dryer, Vermillion. Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty, Carriage and Coach Varnish, Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish, Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills, Axe. Pick, Sle-lge, Adz, Hoc, Oo, Hammer Jb Chisel Handles, Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks, Coopers' Tools, Croiers, Hotels, and Champering Knives, Carpenters Planes, Fore, Smooth, Jack & Jointers. Cut Nails, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20, 30,40, SO and bUO, lloat Aaiis , I, ij, li k 2 inch. Pressed Kafll, 2 k 2J inch, X3oper!s Rivets, 4, 7 t S Ins, Copper RiTcts i Bnrs, j, J, I i J inch, Gimp Tacks, Iron a Copper Tacks of all slies. Bst Rubber Hose. 1, J, 1, IJ 2 inch, , Centrifugal, Varnish, Paint, White-Wash and Scrub Brushes, CovM Tin Pails, J, 1,2, 3.4.C. S, 10,12 quarts, CoTcrcd Slop Pails, Dippers, Dish and Milk Pans. Jenning'sbits, soldering irons, Thingcs.stccls, jiammers, Manges, squares, Uhlsels, Angers, Sieves, Lime Squeezers, Yanl Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes, Shovels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns, Eagle norsy, A and 0 Plows and PointsParis Plows, etra heavy and strong. Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer, Poland's White Pine Compound, Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc. DOWNER'S KESOSENE OIL, From the Boston House. And Many Other Articles 2S- AM. TO BE SOLD LOW. 3m M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., BCave on TTand. AND IN TRANSIT, Direct Importations FROM AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS XIic Largest anil Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing OS TIIE HAWAIIAN" GItOUP, Consisting in Part of, vii tho Celebrated O-DEI DKTTCT X "NT IE3 Scotch Tweed Suits I Cashmere, Cloth .V Brill Garment!, in all varieties, Complete Black Dress and Walking Suits, Bojs' White Linen Cashmere and Cloth Suits A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Gents' Furnishing Goods, Saratoga and Genla' Leather Trunks, JOHN M. DAVIES & CO'S Celebrated Patent White Shirts, Styled Davics A Jones, in all grades. Ovcr.sliirts! OvcrhirIs! OvorsIiirtM in Grey Flannel, Diagonal, rnnted and Crimean. ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PEICES! MEKCHANDISE, &C. ARRIVAL OF THE KA M'OI TROM LONDON 1 TIEQIL H HEUGK KoTf is tlie Time t0 pnrci,ase Yonr Goods OFFERS FOR SALE -BY THE HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOl From a Fine Assortment Just Opened ! AND SUITABLE FOR 'Plantations, Plantation and Country Stores, Household and Family Supplies AND AS "WE DOmC MEAN TO BE BEATEN- "Tvin To Sold. vt Low Rates! BY A LARGE AND SPLENDID 'CASTLE & COOKE J CONSISTING OF Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Paints and Oils, Crockery, Tin and Hollow-ware, Iron and Steel, Etc. Etc Hats! Ha! Hosierv ! Hosierv ! BEST LEAP LARD, X 10-LU TINS, RECEIVED PER ST'R 7 BOLLES & CO, Hats! Hosiery ! For Gents', Ladies and Bojj. AMERICAN & ENGLISH FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS AND Yankee Notions I Boots and Shoes, DIRECT rnOM TIIE MANUFACTURERS. At tlic -very Iovrcst possible Price By tho original package. AN ASSORI1I13IENI O.F French Gaiters & Pumps, Of the Latest Etjlcs, warranted genuine, of the very best material. Aslo constantly on hand The Tci-- beat Imixirlatloin of Manila Clgara For Sale by M. S. GRINBAUM &CO 15-tf Jiakee'K Block. WHALE AND SPERM OIL For- Sale in Quantities to Suit, 2- bj- II. HACKPELD &, CO. Russia Bolt Rope, ASSORTED SIZES-For sale by 2 BOLLES A. CO. SELECTED WITH SPECIAL CARE EXPEESSLY FOE THIS MAEKET consisting or English, German and French BUY GOODS! . FANCY GOODS! DRESS GOODS & CLOTHING Consisting in Part as follows ITIRENCH CASHMERE MERINOS, . Coburgs anl Baratheas, Italian Cloth, Blue, Broirn and Vi hue Cotton Longclotn, Heavy Denims, Superior White Linen, Bleached Moleskin, Whito Muslins and Jaconets, Bl ick and mixed Broadcloth, Victoria Lawns, Whito and Blue Flannels, Doeskin, Iluck Towels, Vien's Fine Rflerino Shirts White Linen and Mourning Handkerchiefs, Linen Sheeting, Coatings and Wadding, Whito Sewing Cotton, assorted, , Col's Linen Thread. Linen and Paper Collars, Cotton Cane TJmbellas White Quilts, Dutch Tape, Crochet Cotton and Patent Eiscnyarn, Ladies' White Cotton Hose, Gents' Broirn Cotton half-hotc, Button Rings, Brown and AVhito Cotton Undershirts, Patent Highland Playing Cards, riiilocome, Pomade and Macassar Oil. AND A Lot of Fancy Articles. ALSO By Otlior , Tx,-V7-r 1 y, A Choico Assortment of Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods, Clothing and Hosiery, iiroad and .Brilliant Ulotns, Saddlery, Groceries, l'nintN nnd Oils), Wall Paper, AND THE BEST BRANDS OF GERMAN PALE ALE & POETEE, qts t pts Deetjcn & Schroodcr's Star brand. Rest French Glarcts and Brandy, Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin, in cases aud in bulk. .S'pnrliliup: Hoclr, In quarts and pints, Port Yl'inc, IIoIPk Unit Extract Ladies' and (rents' Boots & Shoes, of the best make aud mannfocturo. 2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos, of the ncnest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril liancy of tone. Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iroa Safes, AND A Variety of Other Articles, Too Numerous to Mention, Suitable for Town and Country Trade 2T For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms. TJptTTITDTTTlQI The Finest Assortment of Spices in the Country Cassia, VXlJWWjLUJLujLJfJ Fepper Clorrs, Allspice, Mace, Nutmegs, Ginger, Mustard, Cassia in mats, Finest Olive Oil, Condensed Milk, Tabla and Dairy Salt, Teast Powders and Corn Starch. TIIE FINEST FLAVORING EXTRACTS Lemon, Vanilla. Peach, Cellerr, 4c. Crosse & Blaekwel!': Finest Pickles, Pis Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Pnro Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, Pore Old Brown Windsor Chemical Soap, Sago and Tapioca, Carb. Soda and Cream Tartar, etc. ete. DRY & FANCY GOODS ment of Prints in the .Market Printed -Marseilles, Piquets, .Brilliants, Cashmeres and Twills, Printed Lineuf, Linen Pant Staffs, RoteJ and Furnitures, Fancy Tweeds, Linen Ducks and Drills, Buff Linen, Fina Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cordu roy and Belford Cord. Fine Blue Twill Nary Flannel, single and donble, Fancj Flannels for children's wear, new styles. LINEN GOODS Sheetings, 80 to 100 inches, Pillow Linen, Cotton Sheeling, Dress Linens, Hollands. Mantle Linens, Homespun Linen, Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damask of tho finest quality, Turkey Ited and Blue Plaid Damask, 8-4 Damask Doylies, Fine Damask Napkins, a. large variety of patterns, Linen and Cambrio Handkerchief, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Russia Diaper very cheap, Russia Crash, Huckaback, All Wool and C. & 17. Watcr-prDof Cloth, Assorted Towels. rTOC!TT51T?"V" A Fine Assortment of Cents', JTJoys', .Ladles', Hisses' anil JJLvyK. 'JLJLJXV JL . Children's Hose, bleached and unbleached. Black Lace Shawls, Square Shawls. rery cheap. Silk Nets, Fancy Neckties, Collars, Bosoms, Wristbands, Ac, a fine assortment of Trimming Braids, Ac. Pearl Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Silk Twist, Shetland Shirts, Alpacas, Cobnrgs, Alpaca Por lin. Striped Grenadines, Black Silk of the celebrated Bonner make. Straw Hats for Men and Bays, art sorted Wool Hats, Infants whito Blankets, Quilts, Heary Blankets, Light and Medium, Bleached and Unbleached Cottons, a fina assortment of New Silk Ribbons, Elastis Cords, Jara Canras, Opera flan nel, AHlward'a Needles, from 1 to 12, in paper or cases, Orrs i McNanght's Spool Cotton, from 10 to 160 HA T?Ti"W A "DT7 Tbe Finest Cnst Steel Saws Hand, Ripping. Back, Compaii, -tXIXU VV xLJAiHi. Butchers' Circular and Pit. Drawing, Butcher, Cane, Fish and Tablo jvmves. apoKesuaves, xiereis. i-iane irons, squares. Hammers, uniseis, Uauges, Bits, Augers, Jtiretidg Hammers. Stub's Files, Spear i. Jackson's Files, Flat, Quarter Round, Hand, Mill and Bastard Files. Rasps, Horse Rasps, Cabinet Rasps. Copper Tack, Etouo Hammers, Sledge Hammers, it. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.- I'lows, Spades of "all kinds and criees. Sborels of all kinds and prices. Forks, Rakes, Scoops, Oos, Mattocks, Picks, Hatchets, Meat Knives, Planter's Hoes, and a numerous assortment of other Implements for the nse of planters and others. QT A TTnTvT'PP'V C"P nnd belter rnper of the best quality ana Tory KJ JL-C1.JL JLWXN -Liai;i. cheap. Note and Bill P.iper, of the best quality and very cheap. En velopes or all sizes and prices, Urerland Paper, Letter and Note, Wrapping Pape, Blotting Paper, the very best. Memorandum Books, Bristol Board, Lctlcr Clips, Copying Ink, Peru and Holders, etc. English Saddles, very chenp. Medium nnd Best Bridles, Bits, Headstalls. Stirrup Leathers. Martlniralei. Collar Buckles, Rings, Turret, Swircl and Post Hooks. Ono set of fino Slnglo Buggy Harness, Breast Collar. SADDLERY. TIN & HOLLOW WARE.-& Funnels, BroilersMilk Pans of all styles and sizes. Coffee Pots, Oil Cans. Cullenders Slop Palls, Dish Tans, Seires, Jelly and Blane Mange Moulds, Strainers, Camp Kettles, Funnels. Nurse Lamps, Soup Tureens, Dust Pans, Cake Boxes, Tio Flates, Puff Pans, Cake Tins, Biscuit Pans, Sponge Cako Pans. rN!T-?OfTin?.T?Tr A fcw superior Dinner Sets, warranted snperior to any W - I l.iXi) X . in tho market, also Medium Sets. NaDDles. Chamh Pitchers, Lwcra and Basins, Cups and Saucers, etc. T A TTtf OTT , B.1,,Sd and llnw' Castor Oil, Ncats Foot Oil, Bright Vnr--- u V;r-' . ,M JJ-sj Dish, Superior Carriage Varnish in one gallon cans, Damar. Copal, Coach and lurnituro Varnish. Hubtuck's No. 1 Whito Lead and Zinc-not tho cood or medium nnalltr. but too rery best. Bed Lead, Putty. Venetian Red, Chrome Yellow, Rosin, Umber. Drop lack. Sienna. STTNDTJT PIS Brn'.?C8 ,of a" WnJs-Paint, Varnish, Hair, Teeth, Crumb, V., X-Jrv.VJrV0, r Cf "'""S"'' B,1!n.ier- Wrought Iron of assorted siscs. ronnd and flat' PaDa ami Tnk. pV7" w" 1 : , ' ,5?? Charcoal Tin IMates, Sheet Zinc. OalranlzeJ I ails and Tubs, Fcnco Wire, reccircd In splendid order in casks coated with tar. -ALSO- RECEIVED BY THE MOSES TAYLOR & SYREN. i. "v TtGrE y fs s oxi.i,ivizniir'x" ox American Hardware, Agricultural Implements A FINE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS, new styltss and barngrs, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS, BRACKET LAMPS, Ac. DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, FROM BOSTON, BYAM'S EIGHT-CARD MATCHES AT LOWEST RATES The Celebrated Paris PI OWS snrl Eytra 13 nl 1-11- . villiO Vti ' ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WIRE! WIRBII WIIitEJj: Wood Hand Pumps, -ALSO- TWR WATER Oil OIL.- 12 -For Sale by BOLLES i CO. Hooks and Thimbles, A ND CLIP HOOKS, assorted sizes. For Sale by XJL I- IIUliliLS & CO. Whalemen's Oars, "DEST QUALITY ASH, assorted sites, say from XJ iu to -J.1 leet. r or sale by 12 BOLLES & CO. 200 BBLS. of OBEGON FLOUR, AND FOR SALE C. BREWER A CO. TUST RECEIVED t Cheap by 6-3ai Paints and Paint Oil, HUBJIARD'S best Boiled Oil, Hubbard's White Zinc, Hubbard's White Lead, J. T. W., White Lead, Fancy Paints, a general assortment. For sale by - BULGES UO. Cotton Duck, jqiROM NO. 1 TO 10. Cotton Sail Twine, Assorted Sizes. . For Sale by 12 BOLLES A Cp. On Hand! ! -jJcMURItAY'S Fresh Oysters, fto.l Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy, Manila Rope 1J, 2, 2 and 3 inches, . Havana Cigars the best in the market, Sniss, California and Limburg Cheese, Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco Ncir Styles of Ladies Trimmed Hats, Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac, I'o r Sale CIif;ap, at the Store of THEOD. C. HEUCK; Fort Street. Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1870. 35-tf FAIili TOABE 1870 EKCINC WIRE, BEST QUALITY Nos. 4, 5, and 6, IF'oir Sale svt tlx Lowest 33&siiriM.e-t f8-2m. Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores MUie liAKUEST ASSORTMENT ON X. Hand, kept by any House on these Islands, and uo liwncai jwiaioje i rices, oy BOLLES A CO. Manila Cordage, A LL SIZES, from 1-2 to 5 inch, in bond wufcjr paiu. ror rare oy nor.r.ns r.n Spunyarn, Wouseline, uiuijk, .unrlin, Seizing, Rntlin, i i. a. iuu assortment lor sale ot 2 UnT.T.R.'l rn CALIPOBNIA CHEESE, SALOON PILOT BREAD, CRACKERS, Jenny Lind Cakes, Jumbles, etc., etc., reeeired per Moses Taylor. (7) BOLLES A CO. Cedar Boat Boards, A GOOD ARTICLE. For Sale by 12 BOLLES A CO. Cordage, nOSTON- LAID MANILA Assorted sires, in 12 BOLLES A CO. American Mess Beef, AMERICAN Mess Fork-In bond, and for sale by ; BOLLES A CO. Daily Expected, PORTLAND; OREGON, per DIRECT FROM Falkinburg, Oats, Salmon, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Dried Apples, &c, &c. 12 BOLLES A. CO. Best A I Hawaiian 2 MESS BEEF, H PACKED BY . BERTLEMANN, KAUAI, AND WARRANTED. SSf The abore Beef U picked by an experienced Butcher, cured in Liverpool Bait, and packed in Turk's Island Salt. The best 'refertncee can be giren. For sale in quantities to suit by THEOD. C. HETJCK, Honolulu, Sept. Hth, 1S70. 35-Cra Golden Gate Flour. t EXTRA FAMILT. BAKERS' EXTRA, AND SUPERFINE. ForSaloby 12 BOLLES A CO. ' OEEGON HAMS AND BACON. A SMALL LOT RECEIVED PER MOSES Taylor, ria San Francisco. For Sale by ' BOLI.F.S A CO. Iron Stock Anchors, CJIZES, from 100 KJ Bond or duty paid, lbs. to 1,000 Ibj., m For sale by 110LLE3 b CO. 9 AOO T,OXS ,,est "nwnlian Salt, for WjUUv sale in quantities to suit, by BOLLES A CO., Agents. 50 Bales Oat Hay, RECEIVED PER D. C. MURRAY, from San Francisco. The best quality In the market. For Bale by 12 BOLLES A 0. QPEUM OIL Warranted the pure article. KJ ICIUby ptALIFORNIA LIME. We hare a regular w 0 u, ceieoialed bant Crat, Lime Kilns, which enables na to iell at the lowest raVs. 2 BOLLES AijCO. CIIAIN CABLES. All sizes, from , U'lM Inch, in Bond or duty paid. For sale by CBANBEREIES. A Snperior lot or Cranberries, In barrels and half barrels. Far ! t.r 13 1m For sale by WALKER 4 ALLEN. HAMS. Brj . A few Casks of Oregon Ilnrns, fcjjiPwarranted superior to. anything In the niar Utaaket. For sals by 13 lm WALKER 4 ALLEN. SALMON. 900 VXH.'1 and nalfUnrrcIs of Choice OUU COLOMBIA RIVER SALMON, ta arri" perJ.neA. FaI.thbnrg. TBI, !t sf Salmon U incGicu iinm ins nii futf am ah Ih. fhlHl.f. nt. for family use, and will be sold at fair criees " lm . WALKER i. ALLEN. irer. Vancouver Island Totatoes. TONS Of thp rVlrlirntp,! tr:,in.i. POTATOES. i "ffamb.U'' ., f ir sale by 13 Ir01 WALKER 4 ALLKN. 30 Pilot and Navy Bread. FOR Snle by 13 lm WALKER A AT.TrEV. SCHOONER. FOR SALE. TnE FINE NEW SCHOONER CAMBRIA, built at Victoria, V. I coppered and eopp5r futenodf U a fair sailer and a good carrier. Is tons, and will make a drat rate coaster. For particular' apply to Cirr. MELDRUM, onooaraiorto WALKER,!ALLENf i For BOLLES t CO. VICTORIA nnd California Red Bricks Foraaleby m BOLLES A CO. Hemp Cordage ! STRAND, BEST QUALITY, RUS SIAN Manufacture. Sties, from 1 1 ti 1 t..n.. in bond or duty paid. For tale by ' BOLLES A CO. Hemp and Flax Canvas 1 BEST ARBROATH MAHUFACTURE, assorted Numbers, in bond or duty- paid. For sale by I EGLIifiS Jk CO.