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T H K 0 L V N K S 1 A N .
C BREWER & CO. have received, per " Conga-
ree," " Lafayette," and other late arrivals,
a large assortment of MERCHANDISE, which they
ort'er tor sale on reasonable terms, as follows:
American, English and French prints; bleached
long cloths; stout brown shirting, thee ting and drill;
blue cotton and drill; blue and yellow nankeen; tick
ing; stripe cotton; fancy jean; liucndrill; pantaloon
stuff; cambrics, col'd; satinctt; linen sheeting; Rus
sia diaper ; crash ; creas and platittas ; elephant tlol h ;
Osnaburgs; black broad cloth; white and red flannel;
curtain stufl. wickyarn; white and brown grass cloth;
tnuskctoe netting; muslins and silks; bishop's lawn;
Swiss mull muslin; check cambric; India muslins;
moua do laine; French merino; Irish linen (super);
Italian crape; French and China silks; sewing silk;
black silk velvet; col'd printed do; black silk cravats;
silk hdkfs; grass cloth do; linen cambric do; cotton
do, assorted; black silk cord; black and col'd tatl.
ribbon; suspender buttons; strap do; peajatket do;
vest do; button moulds; pins; needles; pearl shirt
buttons; tape; linen table covers! cotton thread;
(pool cotton; linen thread.
Ladies white cotton hose; ladies' black cotton do;
cashmere do; gent's white cotton half do; gent's
unbleached cotton half do; gent's silk gloves; gent's
white cotton do; ladiod' gloves, assorted.
Linen jackets; do sacks; do coats; do pants; jean
pants; duck do; striped shirts; fancy do; white cotton
shirts, linen bosoms and collars; woollen pants; blue
nankeen do; dodo jackets; do do shirts; silk cam
blet jackets; crape do; satin and velvet vests; elastic
suspenders; do straps; blankets; hair matrasses; do
bolsters; feather pillows.
Silc and cotton umbrellas, silA: parasols, straw
.Matting, canvas carpeting.
Letter paper, foolscap do, envelope do, black
and red ink, quills, pealing wax, waters, lead pen
cils, nautical almanacs 184-1 '4, slates, blank
books, sets of account do, backgammon boards,
playing cards, gold leaf, black sand, pencil cases,
commercial blanks, book slates, counting room
calenders, bill paper ruled.
Hoot and Shoes.
Gent '8 French boots, gent's pegged do, ladies'
slippers, ladies' gaiter hoots do do shoes, children's
shoes, China rattan slippers. T
Best bl'k and drab beaver, do do do kersey, Ger
man lustre, men's and boys' palm leaf, boys' leg
horn, velvet caps, blue navy and fatigue caps.
Goshen butter, rasins in whole half and quarter
boxes, coiTcc, rice, flour, rye flour, indian meal,
water crackers, butter do, soda do, pine applo
cheese, butter, codfish, hams, guava paste, mus
tard, ginger, table salt, Jard, mess beef, mess
pork, tapioca, ground rice, dried apples, pilot and
navy bread, lemon syrup, do concrete; mead syrup,
ketchup of all kinds, sperm candles, sperm oil,
Swain's panacea, best cav. tobacco, Manilla cigars,
Spanish do, wht and bro soap, fancy do, essences,
Russia canvas, raven's duck (heavy,) light do,
Russia cordage, ratline sturf, seizing do, spunyarn,
oakum, manila cordage, serving twine, chalk lines,
cod lines, seino line.
. Tar and pitch, rosin, varnish, spirits turpentine,
paint oil, black green and yellow paint, Russian
blue, litharge, lamp black, ivory do, yellow ochre,
pine slats, spars, spruice poles, oars, clapboards,
pine boards, oak and pine plank, native rafters,
cedar joist, do timber, oak and hacmetac knees,
handspikes, belaying pins, blocks and pins, oak logs,
window frames, sashes and blinds complete, hanks
and mast hoops.
Hair sofas, do ottomans, do tabourettes, do
crickets, do rocking chairs, do nurse do, 1 extension
diningtable, 2 marble-top centre tables, 1 mahog
any wash sink, 6 do and cherry wood tables, t rench
bedsteads, maple do, pine do, mahogany do, 1 sec
retary, 3 night cabinets, 2 card tables, 1 toilet do,
3 bureaus, 1 couch, 2 work tables, I bag do do,
Baltimore chairs, mahogany do, music stool, 3
cribs, wash Btand, children's chairs, 1 piano forte,
looking glasses, toilet do, circular marble slabs,
money chests, medicine do, ships' water closets,
hand carts, ox do, horse do, cart and truck wheels,
ox bows, sampans, keel boats, ships' pumps, hand
do, head do, Ilingham buckets, do boxes. Shaker
pailB, painted tubs, triste baskets, rolling pins,
seives, wooden wash basins, axe handles, brooms.
Men's saddles, women's do, bridles, whips, &c.
&c, girths, coach trimmings, cotton webbing.
Iron and Steel.
Cast steel, blister do, round and square iron, iron
Hoops, sheet iron, nail rods, nails assorted sizes,
spikes, rivets, sheathing copper, composition nails,
do boat do, tin plate.
Sauce pans, trunk nails, brads, iron and copper
tacks, wood screws, giniblets ass'd, tap borers,
round and flat fiiles, pitsaw do, handsaw do, wood
rasps, steelyards, bed screws, saddle irons, pod au
gers, screw do, pot do, cork screws, brass knobs,
do hooks, closet locks, padlocks ass'd, door locks,
rim do, bow latches, axe hatchets, broadaxes,
wood do, ships' do, carpenter's do, do adzes, gouges
ass'd, chisels do, screw drivers, mincing knives,
frame pullies, hat pins, coat hooks, sash fasten
ings, rack pullies, brass rings, cupboard catches,
commode Anobs, brass and iron butts, butcher
Anives, fine steels, Anives and forks, tablo spoons,
tea do, butcher's clavers, fry pans, cotleo mills,
caulking irons, making do, hammers, iron pots, do
furnaces, do teakettles, mouse traps, pitsaws com
plete, shovels, hoes, razor strops, razors, scissors,
curry combs, plane irons, cow bells, hand vices,
wood saws, hand saws, pen Anives, jack do, hooks
Astral lamps, solar do, study do, mantel do, cut
gfasa do, common do, Britannia do, hanging solar
do, do entry do, do astral do, do deck do, lanterns,
plain India shades, cut and ground do do, painted
do do, astral and solar do, cut and pressed tumblers,
lemonade glasses, custard and egg do, wine do, fin
ger bowls, tunnels, graduates, inks and'" sands,
flower glasses, dahlia do, decanters, sugars, co
lognes, butters, hock do, nipping do, syrup bottles,
oiicners anu piaics.
China tea sets, brown ware do do, dinner sets,
ewers and basins, w ater pitchers, bow Is and mugs.
Astral and solar wicks, Britannia cups, do mug?,
do pitchers, do communion set, do top molasses
jugs, do castors.
Muskets, bricks, sea coral, grindstones, anchors,
chain cables, copper anvils.
American and European bills of exchange.
May 22. tf
I7J0R sale at this office, Bink'crshoock's Law of
; War; Curtis' Admiralty Digest; do Conveyan
cer; do Merchant Seamen; Stevens & Benecko on
Insurance ; Story on bailments; do do Constitution,
3 vols; do do Partnership; do do Hills Exchange;
Bancroft's IT. S., 3 vols; do do abridged, 2 vols;
Chandler's Trials; Edward's Anatomy; Espy on
Storms; lleeren's Greece; llillhouse Tragedies, 2
vols; Lifj in Mexico, 2ols; Louis on Phthisis; Fer
dinand and Isabella, 3 vols; Spenser's 1'netical
Works, 5 vols; Totten's Naval Text Look; Towns
head's Facts; Trial of Jesus.
T & II. GRIMES, have received, by late nrri
JLi vals from United States, England, Sydney
uiul Valparaiso, the following urtitles, viz:
Illno, brown and white Cotton; do do do Drill. French
Print, Calicoes, .hro Linen; fig'd blenched Russia Sheet
iirs; satin strip'd Cambrics; rottmi lldkl's; do Shawls ;
Turkey red and Seotch plaid HdkJs; de Laities ; wltl and
col'il 'ambries ; Entr. lon Clnlli ; Taj lor's spool Cotton ;
Lisle !M'Mii;s ; Alpine; Cambroon ; white linen Drill ;
Turkey rod Prints; I'aney ami Mritcd Shirts; printed red
and white Flannel ; Ladies' and Cent's eotton (.loves and
Hosiery; cotton l.acimr; coarse and fine linen Thread;
bro and white irrass ('loth; Nankeen; linen and cotton
Jackets, Pants ami Vests; white cot Ion Thread Drilling;
tun China Fans; line white grass Cloth; 4 pes supeiline
Black, blue nrtrr pink silv'r col'd sewm? Silk ; do do do
Satin, ladies' Hdkfs, silk Luce, Bandanas, .Stockings,
Socks, Gloves, Shawls, 3 camel's hair Shawls.
Soup Tureens, snup and shallow Plates, Cups and
Saucers, yellow stone Bowls, pudding Dishes, Pitchers,
Tea-Pots, Mugs, large and small Dishes, Butter Boats,
sugar bowls, creamers, covered dishes.
Cut and plain wine and champagne glasses, dishes,
125 kegs cut nails (ass'd), 10 do., shingling hatchets,
4 dozen axes, 10 dozen screw-augers, 15 dozen files (ass'd),
'i dozen carpenter's adzes, fry pans, sauce pans, dozen
carpenter's axes, iron pots, gridirons, sad irons, siyrup
irons, corkscrews, curry-combs, mane eoinbs, screws
(ass'd), post augers, harness buckles, door latches, pad
locks, 60 door locks, dog chains, chiels, cnnientcr's corn
passes, dividers, rules, percussion caps, bridle Litis, spurs,
goo heavy hoes, 1000 lbs cast steel. 5000 lbs hoop iron.
3000 " German" hooks and eyes, 50 M needles 1st and ad
quality, pins, scissors, tin pots, pans and tea pots, igo shts
of iron, patent balances.
Paints, Oil, etc.
300 gals linseed oil, 100 gals spirits of turpentine, 'jno
qr kegs white lead (English and American), lampblack,
verdigris, black paint.
2000 lbs bread; 10 bids salt, mess, and prime beef;
33 Lids salt, mess, and prime pork; 10 bids Flour.
Hoots and Shoes. Thick C lothing.
Blue and red woolen shirts, white tlannel drawers, blue
cloth jackets ; monkey, pen, reef, uud blue cloth dress
jackets; woolen trousers, woolen socks, Guernsey frocks,
CO M. American pine, go M. California shinnies, il M
on do, 150 Koa bedposts, 10 M. Koa boards uiul joice,
M. California pine, 3 M. California pitch pine.
10 bbls pitch, 9 do tar, 4 do rosin.
50 bbls Sandwich Islands syrup, 00 bbls beans, 20 cords
fire wood, Manila and Russia rope (ass'd), lit chests tea,
lacquered ware, 1 bale bottling corks, corn, camphor trunks
and chests, ink, quills and paper, 100 hund-snikes, 1 case
sardines ; 20 dozen jams, jellies, and bottled fruits (ass'd);
3000 Uin Kio colloe, I HOD lbs St. Domingo do, 500 lbs
Sandwich Island do, 5000 lbs Manila do, fiono lbs double
and treble refined loaf sugar, 70 New-York city cured
hams (10 lbs each), 5 boxes glass, loot) brooms, Mocks
(ass'd), 71 calf skins, gilt hanks, rill.! powder, 40 sides
sole leather, 50 bags shot (ass'd), 150 pine, apple cheeses,
3 bbls dried apples, C Goshen cheeses (in tmenses), 100
demijohns, 10 bales wicking, 12 dozen chairs, 50 ox bows,
5 dozen cane scat chairs, 200 lbs sewing twine, 1 bale
snrsaparilla, 10 dozen lemon syrup, looo kapas, 10 ba"s
fine Liverjiool salt, 2 casks black p-ppcr, 3 bbls Epson)
salts, 4 dozen cayenne pepper, ginger, cassia, allspice, 4
dozen sarsaparilla syrup, in dozen old sherry, 3 dozen
mead syrup, 12 dozen old port, 1 wagon harness, 50 rolls
mosquiio netting, 300 cotton umbrellas. r,o rolls China
matting, 2 cases Is English saddles and 3(1 bridles, 150
boxes No. 1 soap, sridliu powders, r.O lbs old cast steel
soap, 10 boxes salt water soap, C boxes tobacco, 200 bbls
salt, 3(ioo goat skins, 4 battling tubs, goo bbls, empty
casks, 15 bbls slush, 40 pieces raven's duck, 10 bbls sperm
oil, 3 bbls turtle oil, sperm candles, 100 walking canes. 40
M. corks, H pijM-s Manilla rice, 0 pipes American rice
China preserves, magnesia, soda and ucid, 4oo bags sugar'
The above will be sold for cash, or barter.
Bills on the United States, England, and France.
May 22. tf
HAIJNDEN & CO.,
AMERICAN EUROPEAN EXPRESS,
GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
CP Principal Agents and Offices Messrs.
llamden & Co., Liverpool; Maclean, Maris &
Co., 3 Abchurch Lane, London; Emerson & Co.,
Pans and Havre; Samuel Ilaight, Esq., American
Consul, Antwerp; Messrs. Gishornn & Co., Horn
bay, India, J. U. Sazerac & Co., Havana, Cuba;
J. G. Woodward, Esq., New Orleans, La., Alex
ander Black, Charleston, S. C; Johnson & Callan,
Washington, D. C; Virgil Howard, Montreal,
Canada; Railey & Jacobs, Buffalo, N. V.; Thomp
son & Co., Albany, N. Y.; Harndcn & Co., 8 Wall
Street, New-York ; J. & J. G. Woodward, St.
John, N. 7?.; Harnden & Co., 8 Court street,
foston; Walker & Co., Concord, N. II. ; Winslow
to., Portland and Bangor, Me.; Forbes &
Walker, Portsmouth and Newburvport; A. W
Godfrey,' Halifax, N. S.j H. W. W heeler, Provi
deuce, R. I.; Adrian Low, Salem, Mass.
Messrs. Harndcn & Co.'s arrangements are such,
that they can forward by Express Cars and
Steam Ships, Specie, Bank Notes, Packages,
Parcels, and Merchandise, of all descriptions, to
any part of Europe, United States, or Canada.
Particular attention is given to the Purchase
or sale of Merchandise, of any and every de
scription, cither at home or abroad; to the trans
action of Custom-House business in Boston, New
York, Liverpool, London, und Havre; and to the
general transaction-of any ami all kinds of For
warding and Commission business.
Drafts, Notes, and Bills Collected, ns
Bills ok Exchange, in sums to suit, furnished
on St. John, N. p.; Halifax, N. S.; or on any
part of Europe.
? CZf Fo n e hi n P o s t-0 k e i c b . Lcltc r Jlats a re
kept at the Ollico in New-York and Boston, for
all parts of the world, which arc despatched regu
larly by the Royal Mail Steamers from Boston,
the steamer Great Western and all the sailing
packets from New-York, the postage of which can
bo prepaid to any part of the world. Merchants
and of hers who have correspondents on I ho conti
nent of Europe, can, by making a small remit
tance to our Boston Cilice, have their letters sent
to the care of cither our Liverpool or London
Agents, who will pay t ho postage, and remail to
the United States, as directed.
CP India Overland Express. Import it at.
Harndcn &. Co. have made arrangements with
Messrs. Waghorn & Co., (who run the great over
land express,) to forward by them any ond all
kinds of Parcels and Packages to any part of
Egypt, Red Sea, Aden, Jiomhay, Ceylon, Madras,
Calcutta, Singapore, and China, or any part of the
'CPN. B. Our Express Cars for New-York
and the South, will leave Boston daily (Sundays
excepted), at 1 o'clock, P. M.; will leave New
York for Boston, at G o'clock, P. M. Goods will
be received at the Otlice, until half an hour previ
ous to the cars leaving. A faithful conductor will
uccompuny each car. tf May 22.
E. II. HOA 111)31 AN,
gro HAS for sale, an assortment of Jewelry,
L Clocks, &c. Chronometers cleaned, repaired,
Siifliiii(l accurate rates given.
Honolulu, May 22. " tf
E. T. LOKING & CO.,
SHIP CHAXDLERY, HARDWARE, $r.,
jCPN. R. Agency and Commission Business at
tended to, and Money advanced 1o Whale Ships
for Drafts on the United States or England, on
the most favorable terms. May 22.
EJ10R Sale at this Office, Sand-Boxcs, Rulers,
File-Presses, (a new and useful arti.de for filing
papers,) Folders, Wafers, Steel Pens, Black Sand,
Tanner's Ink, (pint, 8 oz. and 4 oz. bottles,) Razor
Strops, Game of Dr. Basby, Boxes Alphabets, (for
child ren, Silver Cigar-Holders, Bristol Board, Trans
parent Wafers, Wax Taper Candles, (for counting
rooms and chambers,) Sheets Lines, Receipt Books,
sets of Ledgers, Journals, Day-Books, various sizes
Rusisa Binding Blank-Books, Mcnioronduin, Tucks.
May 22. ff
&fcdMfcP0UNDS Sterling, in British Govern.
JWXPP went Bills, for which cash will be
Paid, at the rate of Is. (id. per dollar, if applied for
on hy C. BREWER it CO.
TWO neat wooden COTTAGES in the valley
of Ntiuanu, about two miles from the town of
Honolulu. For terms, apply to
My 22. C. BREWER &, CO.
FOR SALI, FHKIUHT OH CIIAUTKK,
fyP" , THE American low-decked brigaiitino
TK LAFAYETTE, two years old, strong
fj l 'y ""''t; coppered, put in thorough
2 order within fix months has a full
inventory, two suits of sails, heavy chains and on
chors, newly sparred, and is in lino order for any
voyage. Her burthen is one hundred and fifty tons
has a poop cabin and a small after brie below. She
can carry below deck two hundred tons weight and
measurement, beside a deck-load of lumber cattle,
molasses, etc., and is admirably adapted for the Co
lumbia River or Coast trade. For further particu
lars inquire of C. BREWER & CO., or
May 22. tf J. J. JARVES.
IOR sale at this office, a valuable lot of books,
. recent publications, &c., comprising Bucking
ham's Travels in the United States, 2 vols.; Milfoil's
Paradise Lost; Drake's Book of Indians plates;
Drake's Indian Captivities plates; Hist, of Mada
gascar, by Rev. Mr. Ellis, 2 vols. plates London
edtion; Tales of the Ocean; Book of Martyrs; Walk
er's Manly Exercises; Walker on Women; 'Walker on
Beauty; Walker on Intermarriage; Mariner's Tona
Islands; Turnbull's Voyage to Sandwich and.Socic'ty
Islands in 1801; Hist, of St. Domingo, 2 vols.; Rob
ertson's Hist, of America, London edition; &c. &c.
May 22. jf
THE undersigned have entered into a Copartner
ship for tho purpose of carrying on the HOUSE
CARPENTER'S business, in its various branches, and
respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage.
N. B. Work done at the shortest notice, and in
the best and most workmanlike manner.
MARTIN S. RODGERS.
PERCY B. SHELLEY.
Honolulu, May 22d, 1841. yw
HISTORY of the Hawaiian or Sandwich Inlands,
embracing their Antiquities, Mythology, Le
gends, Discovery by Europeans in tho sixteenth
century, re-discovery by Cook, with their civil, re.
ligious, and political history, from the earliest tradi
tionary period to the present time. Hy .lames Jack
son Jarvcs, member of the American Oriental So
ciety. With a map, and 24 plates, 1 vol. 8vo
James Munroo & Co., Boston, 1813. Price, $3,00
Same work, London edition Edward Moxon, Dover
street, without the plates. A few copies only.
Price, $2. Also,
Scenes and Scenery in the Sandwich Islands, and
a Trip through Central America being observa
tions from my note book during the years 1837-1842
By the same author with steel plates and map.
James Munroe & Co. Boston, 1843. Price, $1,60.
Also, Vol. 1, first series of tho Polynesian ; amT
Vols. 1 and 2 of the Hawaiian Spectator.
For sale at this office. tf May 22.
A Sfono House, suitable for store, shop, sto
rago or tho auction business. Also, lodging
rooms for gentlemen. Inquire at this office.
May 22. tf
Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands,
rHlIIE firm of PIERCE & BREWER was dis
JL solved on the 31st ultimo, having expired by
limitation; tho affairs of the late concern will be
settled by Mr. Charles Brewer, at these Islands, or
Mr. Henry A. Pierce, in Boston, Mass., United
States of America.
The business will bo continued by Messrs. Charles
Brewer, J. F. B. Marshall, and Francis Johnson,
under the firm of C. Brewer & Co., commencing on
this date. . HENRY A. PIERCE,
May 22. tf CHARLES BREWER.
M AN8ION 1IOIJS K ,
J. O. Carter,
F. W. Thompson.
T A 1 l A N & I) E NNKT,
PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
No. 114 VVAsiiiscToN-SriiEnT,
BOSTON, U. S.
Charles Tappan, )
Charles F. Den net, $
Constantly on hand a general assortment of Stand
ard Works, Miscellaneous, Classical and School
Books, English and American Stationerv.
May 22. tf
FipHE Copartnership heretofore existing under
JL the firm of VINCENT & HOLDEN, is ihh
day dissolved. All business of the concern will be
settled by William S. Holden.
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
WILLIAM S. HOLDEN.
Honolulu, May 14th, 1841. 3w
ANY responsible individuals on other islands or
in other countries who will act as agents for
this paper, by securing subscribers or ad ertiseincnis,
and sending us shipping intelligence, or news and
communications of general interest, shall be entitled
to a liberal commission for their trouble. We would
esteem it a favor to be noticed as soon as possible
by any who would undertake the business, that the
necessary arrangements may be promptly made.
May 22. 6w
fN our former experience here as Editor, some
misunderstanding occasionally occurred ith our
advertising patrons, by their not understanding the
free measurement of u square. To avoid any in fu
ture, we respectfully invite all who are unacquainted
with the measure, and intend to favor us with their
patronage, to call and examiim for themselves, the
steel rule by which these measurements are gradua
ted. That used in this office is tho some as used in
ull offices in the United States; and in our charges,
we shall invariably be governed by that rule. To
furnish further facilities for those who wish to make
use of our advertising columns, wo have materially
reduced the prices; and they will be found cheaper
than those of any other printing establishment in the
Pacific, and less even thnn tho commercial papers'
of England and the United States.
Those who intend to favor us w ith their advertise
ments, will confer a favor by sending them in early
May 22. 6w
P It O S I E C T V S
FOR PUBLISHING A NEW SERIES OF THE
A WEEKLY JOURNAL OF FOUR PAGES,
THIO contain more matter than the old Polynesian,
JL and to be devoted to the Interests of tho Coun
try, Commerce, Agriculture, and Literary and Scien
tific intelligence. Jfs columns will be open to the.
discussion of oil subjects which may interest the
community, avoiding all personality or intemperate
declamation. It w ill be the steady endeavor of the
Editor to sustain it in an independent and impartial
manner, its general principles being similar to those
maintained in tho former Polynesian; und, by the
aid of the Foreign Residents, he hopes to make it
deserv ing of a liberal share of their patronage.
Tehaih per annum.
The paper will be continued annually, without fail,
provided it secures sufficient subscribers to defray the
cost of publication.
H OOK & J O It P It I N T I N G
TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN.
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advance; half year, 3,50; quarter, 2; single
copies, 25 cents. '
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insertions, 50 cents for each continuance; more
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L- I ERuior Yearly Advertising favorablo,
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