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j There was also- a grand Military review on the 20th
pf April, at Aldershct, the Queen's presence at which ,
Jwas a more interesting spectacle, as all could see her.
Well mounted on a gold sash and plumes, she passed
fip and down every line, and delighted the soldiers
and multitude by her excellent horsemanship. The
1 little woman was never more popular than now; her
known dislike to Palnierston -perhaps warms the pub
lic feeling in her favor.
Wc -can only give ncrc a unci statement oi me
Mmiltf the European Peace treaty
k Russia retains the Crimea, with no stipulation for
dismantling any one of her maratime ports and
arsenals. - Her Asiatic frontiers arc to be preserved.
Turkey, as well as the Crimea, with the Moldavia-
Wallachian provinces, &c. &c. arc to be promptly
evacuated by the allied armies.
I Not a cent of indemnity is to be paid, nor any re
muneration for the extensive and permanent cngincer-rration was made, as if for a most desperate battle.'
In" improvements made by English and French labor,'?1,3 Si-krexder; From half past tiuree to four o'clock,
uouuPIU'''iUtuia. , J .,a , . c, , , ; members of the Conumttee at the scene of action were raii
macaaamized roads, ana a railway ucnv ct-u ccuusiopui
. and Balaklava, with branches. Southern Sebastopol
nnd Kertch, 'tis true, arc, left in ruins; but the for
i -.tificattons and docks of the former were useless, except
for aggressive military purposes, which it is stipulated
they will not again be required for.
-.:& 'She 13 lack Sea is to be neutralized; open to the
: mercantile marine of all nations; it waters and ports
arc formally and in perpetuity interdicted to flags of
war, "whether belonging to the bordering powers or
s,to any other power save and except the except io.n
mentioned in the articles 14 and 10, (which articles,
: ": provide for certain 'light vessels,' belonging to each
a of the contracting powers, for the service of thecoasts,)
,' m ordering to ensure the execution of the regulations
x which shall have been settled by common accord,
j The maintenance or establishment on the coast of
-the Llack Sea, of military-maratimc arsenals is for
. j? bidden, and tho Czar and the Sultan engage" neither
';. to construct nor to preserve any ; inilitary-maratiine
arsenal upon that coast.
Moldavia and Wallachia arc to possess, " under
; the suzerainty of the Porte," the protection of the
guaranteeing powers, with "an independent and
V-national administration, as well as full liberty of
.-worsnip, legislation, commerce ana navigation."
i The treaty leaves the mouth of the Danube and the
Whole course of that river open to the commerce of
f V . 11 a;
STILIi LATER !
v TERRIBLE EXCITKMEXTI
A 31 AN STABBED IIY JUST. TURK Y J
FOUR THOUSAND UXDER A II 31 S.
Demand for his Surrender.
; A SUPREME JUDGE IX THE HANDS OF THE
By the schooner Maria " Capt. King, we have
five days later dates from San Francisco'but nothing
' . later from the East. The news from San Francisco is
of an exciting nature, and we omit other foreign and
; domestic news which we had prepared to give place to
the following. . Our private advices state that there
. ; is hardly a probability that Mr. Hopkins will survive
his wound, and in that event Judge Terry, who is an
'Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Cal., will
''t be hung by the Vigilance Committee. The excitc
: tment of the populace was never greater than for the
; last few days before the Maria left.
;' : From our advices we quote the following :
" Since our last, Judge D. S. Terry of our Su-
. jprerue bench has attempted the life of Capt. Hopkn
Chief of the Vigiiance Committee Police, by cutti
Sfhich offence he is now in close conhncment m tlie
V cells of the V. C., where, if Hopkins dies, and but
'. little hopes can be entertained of his recovery, Judge
'' Terry will be hung. At tho taking of Judge Terry,
': who lied to the head quarters of his party, all the !
'Law and order" armories in the city surrendered j
their men and arms to the V. C, who now have all !
! the arms in the city in their fort consequently no
'jarof any engagement need erist.
:-. :.The whole voice of the city is for the Committee,
-fhosc aim is chiefly against murderers and ballot box
:l ctuflers. Stuffing ballot boxes has been practiced to
eiich an extent, that the people had no voice at elcct
; ions. Voting was a farce. I5at now the cris has
: come upon us and passed, and we hope for better
n : .times." . - '
4 . '-N' .1 From the Alta Caifornia of June 22nd.
- . J- Yesterday afternoon was the epoch of a scene of wild excitc-
liient, never exceeded, perhaps, but once the occasion of the
C3ortler of Mr. King in the auuals of San Franci jco.
u h About half-past two, 1. 31., the Committee of Vigilance placed
it ill the hands of 31 r. S. II. Hopkins, one of the Captains of the
?: f Vigilance Police, an order for the arrest of 31r. Reuben 3Ialoney,
: W "well known here aa a political manager of not very creditable
; .Taking with him a small detachment of men Hopkins proceed-
- fcd in search of 31aloney. He soon ascertained that he was to
". b found in the oGice of Dr. Ashe, which ia over Palmer, Cook
.-.& Co's Bank. There Hopkins found him, and also Judge Terry
' : fcfth Supreme Court, 31r. Jones and Dr. Ashe. IIopkin3 told
V Idaloney what he wanted, when Br. Ashe replied, that 3Ialoney
. - was under his protection, and that he (Hopkins) might go back
' "d tuiLkMHi th-.it. T:Vr'v' w al 1 not surrendered, at the
,. Igarae time thrusting Hopkins out ot trie-ttoor. - .
:: ; Hopkins retired without making furtuer difficulty, but stationed
fcii men at the foot of the stairs, at rhc entrance to Ashe's rooms,
,V which is on Kearny street.
"Things remained in this poshire some minutes, when 31a-
' liney and his friends, all heavily cinned with double-barrreled
tliot guns and side arms, came oat of the side room, and dc
.? ... , cenjjng the stair-case in a compact body, proceeded up
" r liearney street towards Jackson.
- At the corner, they turned into Jackson, and started up that
- . street ; when they had proceeded as far a3 Bartlett Alley, Hop
' . : kins and his party, who haft followed after, came up with them.
Hopkins passed by Judge Terry, and Br. Ashe, and immediate--iy
laid hands upon him. At this, Br. Ashe presented the muz
, 'rle of his fowling-piece st the bosom of Hopkins, as if about to
;re; when officer Nurnt, of the police, who happened to bo
-" t near, seized it, and pu?Ued it aside.
" A' shdvt struggle thni ensued. Hopkins maintained his hold
. upon 3Ialoney, and tho Vigilance men were closing in around
him, when Judge TvTry drew a large Bowie-knifet and with it
Inflicted a terrible ftab ia .UupkLns neck.
SCAPB INTO TILE AKMORV.
V r The bloody dejd filled all with momentary dismay and hor
; ror. Taking advantage of which Terry and his companions
froshed on to Jieksoa street, and reached the Law and 3Iurder
.-i- Armory, situated on ihe corner of Dupont.
' THE WOCXDED MAN. .
, 5- The wourled man was Immediately surrounded by his friends,
-:ind with the support of a man on each side, was enabled to
f y .iralk as.ar as the engine house of Pennsylvania Kngine Com-
ttuited immediately In the neighborhood. Here he was
; -Put tc.bed, and the very best surgical aid summoned to his as
i sistaace. .
the exectttve committee.
As soon as the event had taken place, as above narrated, a
r urier, mounted on a swift horse, rode with all speed to the
j aooms of the Committee of Vigilance with the news.
" '.-jf TUB ALARM SOCXDED.
, The great bell hung upon the roof of Fort Vigilance, in an in
stant was heard sending forth a hoarse alarm. Never did leli
produce more magical effects. After the excitement of FricLry,
city had settled down to a perfect calm. Unusual quiet
- signed everywhere ; very few persons were seen on the streets.
i 3?t.witb- first note sent out from the rude throat of the
-igdance tocsin, how changed ! From every building, swarmed
nuiuiuae. lireathless the crowd rushed towards the
CIU?lel on Sacramento street. As fast a3 the men ar-
: T1? "."appeared in the building, and some emerged with
f xne company Known as tbs Citizens' Guard' which is
tnmrosed of l-o men, were nniw ZZ . . wulcu . 13
fetes after the Lt alarm had sodd the SecSivTcS"
liittee notified that they were rt Ady f Jr 8ervi.
i OTHEB COMPANIES.
v I i The Vigila jce Rooms were not by any means, the onlv rehire
lof rendezvous fo- the VigUance soldiers. Many If o!Z
I anies proceeds! in all haste, to assemble at them. Here they
h raaed themselves and were marshaled .nto lines by their Cap-
ins, and marched in good order down towards the Vigilance
r? ,:: ,-xms. In this way, the streets all surrounding the Booms,
ire soon, bmtling with bajori9s. 1 Sacramento, from tha
is to gtnsome, wa"5 on masfcf soldiery.
Front street for
several squares, was similarly occupied, aud upon California ,
and the streets beyond, c npanies were still gathering.
The Cavalp.y Gcaud. A strong forco of, cavalry were on tlv?
spot with the foremost; Their officers immediately received or
ders from the Executive Committee to proceed to the armory,
where Judge Terry and hid companions had sought refuge, and
prevent either egress or communication from without. This was
done with admirable decision and promptness. Jackson, l)u
pont, Kearney and PaciGc streets were well guarded with horse
men, so as to render it impossible for any person to escape.
1HE INFANTRY .MARCHED L
full three thousand men armei
Jp. In tho course of thirty minutes
;d and equipped all in their com pa-
ity then resounded to the tiimp3 of the soldiery. "With ineas
used tread they approached the threatened building on every
side, and -. company after company 'vere posted some upon
Jackson, some 0:1 Dupont, some on Kearney, and some ou Pa
cific streets. The houses along the line of their position on
both titles, commanding the streets, were taken possession of,
and their rx)fs garrisoned with rillcmea. In short, every pre
augment . by new arrivals, until there could have been not less
than four thousand men on ths ground. At about four o'clock
a formal demand of surrender wad made, to which the parties
addressed declined to accede, except on stated conditions. Of
the purport of these conditions, we are unadvised, but presume
they provided for the safety of the parties concerned. Upon re
ceiving the refusal to surrender unconditionally, 'the Committee
notified J ud.e Terry that in all thinirs they would be guided aa
their duty dictated, and would not shackle- their lowers with
any conditions. About this time, four pieces of artillery arrived
ou the ground aud were planted in commanding positions, and
every preparation waniade for a spirited action. Companies
were stationed in cvtri; direct ion, ami stood ready to respond to
the Irst word of command, -tfudge Terry, perceiving the f lly
of resistance, finally requested that he and his friends should be
protected from the fury of the mob outside of the Committee.
The memlT3 of the Executive Committee present, gave assur
ance that this request should be respected when the surrender
of the building was made. The doors wore soon opened, and
Judge Terry, Ir. Ashe, and 3Ir. Ilube Malony were brought
out, and took their places in carriages which had been provided,
and were conducted, under the escort of a large force, to the
llooms of the Committee.
The other jjersons found in the building were directed to re
move the caps from their muskets, and deliver them to a de
tachment detailed to receive them; and the Committee suik'
quetitly ordered that these parties should be detained, sub'-'t
to their future disposition. After the occupants of the bu'J"'
were divested of their arms and accoutrements, all the r.rnr
muuitions found on the premises were transferred to dray
removed to the llooms of the Committee. '
Scene is front of tug Exgixk House The body lho
wounded man was immediately taken to the engine ?ouse of
Pennsylvania Fire Company, where crowds soon coveted to
learn the particulars, ami get a sight of poor Hopki' Their
attentions becoming annoying, the street leading t' tne house
was blocked up, and none allowed to pass. The u,llosfc anxiety
was manifested by all to ascertain the condition a the wounded
man, and the interrogatories, " Is he dead ? 'V ' ao ,K'tter
"How is he?" was on the tongues of hund--'js? two-thirds of
whom had never heard his name before, ty v no f-'lt; tliat Iie
had fallen a martyr to the cause to which V ' a" h:ul pledged
their livf, their property and sacred Jiom10 (aia iy it, aid
The "Wound and Condition of ifi-Kiss. The following
description of the wound was furnished3 b' Tr- u- loverly
Cole, the attending physician: "Th'ouna is :i,,out dway
between the angle of the jaw bone of the lower jaw and collar
bone of the left side, running inward' 1,!f,-,nv'sml severing sev
eral important branches of the carotii artery, and the wound
penetrating the upper part of the inplpc. The depth of the
wound is four or five- inches. T'j wound is a stab, and the
knife-blade must have beeu two itches wide. The wound is
considered a very dangerous one."' lrs. Sawyer and Shcldou
were called in, and rendered inch valuable service.
At 2 o'clock this morning, the wounded man was doing as
well as could reasonably le ppected. About 8 o'clock last eve
ning, Dr. Cole Facceeded in tieing tho catorid , artery, rendered
necessary, as o ie of its branches had been cut. Since the ope
ration, the patient has ben easy under the intlueuce or anodyne.
At the latest advices there was scarcely a hope of liis recovery.
"Louis Napoleon is 48 years old. J
The Briclc Church property in New York was Bold
Punch says, that the prospect of peace has occa
sioned Mr. Gladstone to- shorten his name ty half,
He now calls himself simply Glad.
The Crystal Palace in New York, which originally
cost 8000,000 , cannot it seems find a purchaser,
)tAm. , m 1 -8aa5jfAD11-iif -8ll Tfay.J-t tlrt.tlio
of'May it was to be offered at auction.
The Pacific Mail Steamship company, out of their
earnings the past year, have paid olf the whole of their
indebtedness, $300,000, and will make a dividend of
10 cent on the stock, besides. ;
The London' correspondent of 'the Washington
Globe states that a report is quite current in Eng
land, to the effect that the Queen has some thought
of paying a visit, during the coming summer, to her
loyal province of Canada, -
The Washington Star says that a "delegation is
shortly expected from Salt Lake city, bringing a
State Constitution for Utah, in which they will ask
the admission of that State into the Union.
The Irish hegira to America has again commenced,
and crowds of "decently dressed and comfortable
looking emigrants" are seen flocking to the seaports
to embark for the land of fretxlom.
Prolific. A negro woman called Sally, belong
ing to Mr. Gridcr, near Napoleon, Arkansas, gave
birth a few days since to . five children three girls
and two boys.
$2f"Later advices from Demarara announce that
the "Angel Gabriel" riots have' been put down, and
a commission appointed to ascertain the damages.
Smuggling is carried on along tho whole Pacific
rioast -of Mexico, to a large amount. There is no
scarcity of purchasers iur evubu .an d the
profits arc very great . '
The wife of Gov. Johnson, of California, wns for
merly a belle of New Brunswick. She removal to
the Land of Gold, with her father's family, -when the
" gold fever" was at its height.
A lecture was recently delivered in Cleveland on
this subject : " Amos Lawrence, the Prince of Mer
chants, and Phineas Barnum, the Prince of Ilum-
Good Voyage. The ship E. lr B. Jenney, of
Fairhavcn, arrived lately from a whaling voyage
with 2500 barrels of sperm oil, wrorth at present pri
ces, $141,000. Sho sailed on her voyage Sept. 9,
1851, and b,as consequently been absent about fifty
six months. .
Yankee Gexius. The steamer Ericsson, which
sailed for Liverpool, took out; one of Hoe's six cylinder
lightning printing presses-, for Lloyd's Weekly. Six
men were sent out with the press as ' feeders," ac
companied by .a foreman.
Peruvian guano is nearly all out of importers'
hands in the United States, and the price is now
higher than it was when the freight was $30 a ton,
which has now fallen to $18. It is selling in Balti
more at $57S58 Y ton, and Mexican, of which there
are several qualities, ranges all the way from $18 to
The widew of the Emperor Nicholas is shortly to
visit Italy, and the Russian Grand Master of tho
Ceremonies has already furnished a suite of apart
ments for her in Venice. This lends an air of proba
bility to the rumor that the Emperor Alexander will
himsolf shortly pay a; visit to Roma
The 'Deseret News (Mormon) is "down on a
practice of the young men to have a piece Of looking
glass fixed in the inside of their hat, and while pre
tending to be praying with their face in their hat,
are quietly and slyly locking at tho faces of the girls
behind them reflected in the? glass.
! fr-i i i. i . ' i - t- .
mis irticsfc eiiurcii m xuropo is at ci. retcrsDurg.
It was begun in 1771, and in twenty years two thou
sand men had not finished its walls. It is of polished
marble, both inside and out ; the pillars are of ono
piece, fifty fecthio-h : tho Ynnn rt rrtl nf rdiY!
I tilvcr. - - , -
niesand under their respective offici-rs, were stationed around ! Timo n lwrrb n 1M000 a xX
the jgilanco rooms. Orders were thou given by the Executive , Vi fe X i
vuuiiuiu'.t; i.t u ie.iiu:iib uomove wwarus me Armory wncre j 9tn.nu . . .
Terrv was concealed.- Tlw ilitT. r.-ni itr,t loa.Ho- tn ; n.iv It mnr ?rrt OOil o v-rvr iiWi?t!.SlD'J
- - - -m.a v t.U A'T 1 A . V V A. W www tlA "r
las' marriage with thi Princess Royal and.it is con
cluded that the Englh Court will apij6e cf tho
union. . ' , ' , .,.y" , ' t-'
Tiie London Tuiri and its Adviatising. The
o tho -London Vimes are est l-
mated to yield the establishment
; of 8,000,000 per annim. One t
tff enormous sum
ftn alone pays the
English -L.VW on iiG SAxu. A Ixjokscllcr of
Southampton. EntrlanU, vutely lined nvesliiilin
for sellintr a newsnancr ;
iie Sabbath. The ma;ris-
trate stated that by
nothing could be sol a t!l
jrms of the English law
the Sabbath but milk and
Extexsivk Tnr.rrrvr,Ii:N"G---1110 Joint, Lntisli,
French and Sardini Submarine Telegraph Compa-
I ny has completed arrangements tor continuing tno
line from the coa?01 Inca v7 "ay oi a ju,
Jerusalem Dair"'cus ctc- Calcutta, Syhcnoo it
mustde lonf- bextended to Melbourne, the British
capital of Aus'aa altogether a distance of ll?,o00
miles. . j
Fire i "Pii iladelpi i i a . -A terribly destructive
, ..,ai in riuludelDhia on Y etlnerftlay niat
lief Tbf Grc
Li irVAjllf A.
broke out in a paper warehouse of
consumed together with an academy
),ei aging to the Society ol i riends. 1 lie total loss is
g.iuiatcd aC 2,000,000. V .
'Mexico. By a degree of the republican government
. . - .... i
dated 31st 'March' at Puebla, the clergy arc accused
of having taken part in'thc last revolution and the
ecclesiastical property of that Diocese, amounting to
forty millions of dollars, is seized to pay the expenses
and damages oi the war, and to pension me wiuos,
orphans, and wounded. This is the first bloAV struct
directly at the church property, and as such, is one
of the most important acts ever recorded in the his
tory, of Mexico. It is the most serious reverse the
ltoman church has received on this continent,' for
Cl-mral America. Tib kuow..that it is understood
fiinrnn1 hf fnroirrii W mwfnrsi in Wsishillirtoil that
Kii trhunl ami J'nuiec Iir-.vc -leteiMuiiicd to liaVC "Walker
subdued by hook or by crook, and that they arc
prepared to drive him out of Nicaragua, unless that
can be done by Central American States without
their open interference in their behalf. It is olso
believed here by the same parties that by this time
other battles have been fought in Nicaragua, and
that the means brought against Walker were suffi
cient to crush him. We do not believe that this
Government has yet received despatches concerning
Walker's defeat in Costa Ilica, or relative to the
state of affairs in Nicrargua, when that took place.
In West Milford, N. X there lived six sisters
called Kyerson, who form an eloping family. Five
of these sisters have cloped from their husbands, the
last whose name is Susan Coursan has just eloped
with a man named White,- this being her third at
tempt in this line. Tho husbands of these six sisters
were bright geniuses.
Nantucket has already added three ships 'this
Spring to the whaling fleet from that port, and we
learn from the Inopiircr, that this number will oo
augmented by two or three others during the pres
ent year. A company have it in comtemplation to
purchase a new bark now on the stocks at Ncwbury-
port, should she bo deemed suitable for the whaling
biiInog .jtr'"--M- " . . .
- vjsvrEGCri'LOURIxa MILL. A' Sandu rich .Island cor
respondent seems to think that there must bo some
"mistake of the printer" in our statement' that
"Eighty-four run of stones are capable of manufac
turing about 10,000 barrels of flour per day," and
he asks, "What is the diameter of stones, capable of
turning out 110 barrels of flour in . twenty-four
hours?", and "How many horse power is required
for one run of. stones as above mentioned?" Here
they do not compute by horse power, but by the
quantity of water used per second. Each run of
stones, is turned by a central discharge wheel. With
18 feet broad, the aperture through which water is
discharged upon this wdiccl is sixteen by six inches.
With this power the stones perform two hundred and
fifty revolutions in a minute. When in perfect "order,
with good tchcat, the y arc capable of grinding 125
barrels of flour per run of stones in 21 hours, but
the usual average is about 100 barrels per run.
Country Gent. ,
EST WELCH STEAM COAL, fr sale by
July 1, 1-tf " KOlSEItT C. JANION.
TARRED ROPE, MANILLA" KOL'E, Canvas, Paint
Coiled Oil, for sale by Jy 1, 1-tf ItOBEUT C. JANION
FRESH CORN & CORX
Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf
SAV11UE & MAY'S.
TSTS7ALLI PAPER AND BORDERS, FOR
V V sale by W. N. LAUD. July 1, ISoG-tf.
II A Rivv .5. RE, rjie.xj-4.rr
otuI siddiltoiis constantly beinj; made.
,'N. LADD. . July 1, ISoG-tf.
U jti yuritcv
For sale by
W OXDOX ILLUSTRATED NEWS, BOUXD
SUL Volumes 22, 2U, 21, 25,
0, aud 27, on hand and for sale by
July 1, 1800-tf.
li. xi. niut:s:y. ,
CIIIXA RICE, FOR SALE BY
July 1, 1850-tf. B. W. FIELD.
yA DOZ. . CANE SEAT, CURLED MAPLE
"Chairs. l-'or sale by II. DIMOND. July 1, 1856-tf
LEACHED SHEETING, 4-4, -1 & 21.
1'orsaleby -II. DIMOND. - July 1, lS56-tf.
CLOCKS BRASS HOUR STRIKING FOR
$6.00. For sale by II. DIMOND. July 1, lS50-tf: ,
vX Sugar, Syrup, Ginser, Pepper, etc
Jfc or sale by
July 1, 1850-tf.
UGAR, SYRUP, AND MOLASSES. From
the Brewer plantation, constantly on hand and for sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by - -
2-tf JAMES MAKEE.
J. L. BLASDELL,
opened his Caqenter Shop at the old stand, on the
ier of King and Alakea st., where he hopes, by strict
attention, to share the public patronage.
July 1, 1-tf
COFFEE OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, from the
Ilanalei pIanta:ion. For sale by . .
Honolulu, July 8. 1S56, 2-tf A. P. EA'EKETT.
HAWAIIAN BEEF, packed by Messrs Spencer and
Louzada, Wainica, Hawaii, constantly oa hand and for
sale by : --tf , A. P. EVERETT.
UPERIOR SYRUP, for sale by
2-tf ' A. P. EVERETT.
Jmt Received per AGNES GARLAND from
Tuke, JloltJufVorth & Co., London. A small
quantity of GENUINE PORT in bottles, of the same qual
ity as that Bold by Ir. Smyth laist year, and at a very reduced
price. IIOFFSCIELAGER & STAPENHORST.
" JT. E. CHAMBERLAIN, "
Attorney at lavr, offics corner of Fort add Merchaut streets.
2-tf- - , ... ' .-'" - -
R. H. IIOLLISTER, :
Attorney and Councillor at Lair, and 3oUcitor in Chanrv,
Koloa, Kaua.1. ; 2-m
The London Econist understands tlit 1 ri
Frederick f Pnln.??is the sanction ofiheKing
North itect autl belorc a lurious northeast gaie,
sweoi trough to Commerce, thence to Market, and
llCXtJ ilXtn Street. -VUOUt lorry vamauiu siwwa
....oou Market streets worth 75,000) with their
REGULAR PACKET FOU
K A II U LCI.
. . THE FINU SCHOONER
A. K. CLAIlk, Master, will leave Honolulu, regularly f r J'a
halna aud Kahului, everv MONDAY afternoon, and returning
will leave Kahului, every flllDA Yaftcruoon for Honolulu direct.
For freight or passage apply on boir J. July 10, 2-t;f
BOSTON AND S. I. ' PACKETS.
Wiilbe despatched. regularly from 1JOSTOX for HOXO
LULU in tho months of September, December, Slarch and
May or June. ' . -
For freight c r passage apply to .
. B. W. FIE LP,
Honolulu or to
II. A. PIERCE,
Co Commercial Wharf, Boston.
July 1, lS.jd-tf.
SAN FUANCISCO PACKETS.
rt ITaztkcc, Jas. -Smith, Master,
CLUTCH IS All K
Frances Palmer, W. Stott, Mast.
These Srst-class vessels will continue to riin'aa regular rack
ets between the )rls of Honolulu and San Francisco. They are
furnished with every convenience aud accommodation for ia3
senireri. Shippers by this line will be afforded every possible facility ;
and freight:! taken at fair res. D. V. WATE11MAN,
Messrs. Morgan, liaLharay 5: Co.
July 1, ISoG-tf.
"Wells Fargo & Co's
For the speedy and fafe conveyance of Merchandise, SjK-cie,
Letter?, and valuable iarc.il5 t'j ali parts of the United States.
Letters for San Francisco, in liovemment Envelops, will
hereafter be taken at 12 cents each, and will be delivered in
anv part of ?.he city ahead of the mail.
The Honolulu Oliiee sells Bills of Exchange on Well?, Fargo &
Co., New Yerk and San Francisco, In sums to suit.
It. COADY & CO., A-ents.
HOUSES &. 2ail2M23.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
f'rmerlv occupied by J. E. COLRURN. in Mauna
.LIm Kea Street., for further particulars enquire of A 1.
.BRETT, Esi. July 1, lSGG-tf.
TO LET. THE COMMODIOUS
TWO STORY STONE HOUSE, on the Corner of
Alakea and Hotel Streets. It has six large rooms, -Ju
Vell upon the premises, Cook House, Store Rooms, Rath House,
etc. The premises are well situated, and the location is very
desirable for a family. For terms apply to
July 1, lS5G.-tf R. W. FIELD.
AU iiU SULU CJlt ljtsl. A L.AUUJJ AU
?iy.i commodious residence in Nuuanv Yalk v. about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf - W. L. GREEN
A VALUABLE STORE AND LOT OF
LANI, in King st. will be sold on . reasonable terms.
Frontage 3S feet by 100 feet deep. Title fee simple.
M. C. MOXSARRAT.
THE LEASE OF THE STORE AND
Premises on Mauna Kea sts., occuied by Ayong, is for
sale cheap, on application to
July 1, 1-tf M. C. MONSARRAT.
The COMMERCIAL BILLIARD SA
Room, and Bedrooms; Applv to
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL Sc
LIARD SALOON, Lahaina. Apply to
II. MACFARLANE, Honolulu.
July 1, 1-tf or A. POTTER, La'uaina.
FOR SALE. A NEATTmrEE ivvto: ho -COTTAGE,
with Cook house attached, in neat, pleasant por
tion of the city. Terms reasonable. Innuire of
July 1, 1-tf J. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
Attorney at law.
OFFICE TO LET,
fronting on Nuuauu street
A. P. EVERETT.
i TWO FINE OFFICES, over the Post office. '
il. Jl. 11111X1,
Honolulu, July 1, lS56-tf.
TO LET THE DWELLING HOUSE & PREMISES
on maks i side of Beretania street, lately occupied by
3ir. -Maxey. Apply to
Honolulu, July-1, lS50-tf M. C. MONSARRAT.
FOR SALE OR LEASE, favorable terms, Lot
io. o oi uie oiu x'uucnaru premises, ironcmg sz ieet on
uuanu roau, anu t o icec on iuc aey. t or terms ap-
July 1, 3m
OOMS, STORES, Sc
CELLARS TO LET,
v. uiiUAiJu. j-tr
CONTRACTOR Sc BUILDER.
rwiIIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
M. ms menus anu uie puonc mat ne nas resumed ni3 car
penter business, at the old stand on King st. All orders attended
to with promptness and dispatch m the various branches of
Plans, specifications, and estimates drawn to order,
On hand aud for sale, pannel doors, sash door's, sashes, glazed
anu iui!riawi wnaov ana aoor minus, &c., vc.
July 3, 1-tf
CHARLES W. YIN CENT.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
UGAR CURED HAMS, & TONGUES, Smoked
J Beet, Smoked Herrings, Loaf, Crushed, and R.iw Snnr
Patras Currants, Muscatell Raisins, Citron Peel, Fresh Figs
Fresh Dates, Bottled Fruits, Jams, Scotch Mannalade, Pickles!
Dnrham 3Iustard, Sardines, Sperm Candles, Water Crackers,
Fancy Biscuits, Carolina and China Rice, Fresh ground Pepper!
Spices, Colmau's Stone Blue, Salad Oil, Sauces.
Superior Oolong Teas. Tiiie flavored Coffee, whole or ground
and packed in tins for Ships use.
The above will be found fresh and' of excellent quality.
Julyl,f-tf SAVIDGE & MAY.
NOTICE to CONTRACTERS BUILDERS.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received until Satur
day, the 19th hist., at the office of Dr. G. P. Judd, for the
building a church at the corner of Fort and Beretania streets.
Plans and specifications can le seen at the above mentioned
place, after Monday next the 14th inst. Seperate tenders will be
received for the mason's, Carpenter's, and Painter's work j also
for the entire job by a single contractor.
G. P. JUDD.
Honolulu, J uly 10, 1S56 2-2t Chairman of Trustees.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
hiss gearing, ship forgings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils &c. on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
2-tf. ' D. M. WESTON.'
DC. WATERMAN offers for sale Whale oiLFlo-.
Rice, Beef, Pork, Tobacco, Anchors and Chains, nalers
Slop Clothing, Patent Blankets, Gunty Bags. jy
SAVIDGE & MAY,
Grocer3 and Provision Merchants Coffee Roasters, Kinjr
street, neor Oae Bethel. July 1, 1-tf
ST??XG If KXP BAGGING, 42 inches wide, Corn
Sacking and 'snaburgs for sale at economical rates bv
. economical rates bv
jy l, l-ti -
ROBERT C. JANION.
BUY GtJODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, for- sale by
Honolulu, July 1, lS50-tf ROBERT C.J ANION.
URTON ALE, iu hoesheads, for sale by . .
IIonclidu,"J uly 1, iS5G-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
Hj1NGLISn, French, German, an Chinese silks. The most
SCs ctimplete assortment ever offered. For sale by
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
IT IQUORS, English Groceries, English Soap, for sale by .
JU July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
.itii, j . m y j
Ff lTAS ON HAND, the fullowing ass- rlmcnt of inerch.iti
flji disc, which ho offers for sale at the lowest market prtet.
HARDWARE, &c. ,
lrou and copper uicks, assorted sizrr, , - '.
-". - screws, " 41
Lamp ami screw bocks, riggiug screw?, .
jjrass and irou staples d. ho.ks, brasj and iron bull,,
Chest hinges, hooks and binjxes, bairel boR,
Improved toft cr tx!t5, wpjare b -Its, chest handl e,
Door knobs, mortiw, rim ikad lvks, draw, r locksr
Drasand iron iad Ijcka; augers, Ktws, screw Jnvxrv
Iron and steel s
Mincing knive?, sugar, nutter ana cm-vo
Co-'per3 tools of all des-riptions, butchers knjvc?'r
- Jiearaing knircs, caulking irons, hand cuffs,
Nutmeir graters, Brittania swing lamps,
Erass binnacle lamps, deck lights, iron pick?, crowhar?V:
Box hooks, cask and barrel can hocks, cxks Udlcs, .
Cooks skimmers and tormentors, frying pans, - - -Iron
bake pans, assorU-d sizes, square aud round, Ua par
Tin wash basins, scrappers, copper pumps, f
Duu.'lass pumps, speakiug trumpets, hand bellows,
Krittania soup ladles, soup tureens, tea and coffee iots.
Surwr b-jwls, mUk pitchers, castors, table and tea si-oon.-,
Idock tin cuik sU.ps, patent faucets, Steam's do.
Composition cocks, molasses sates, asstd sail needier,
Hoop iron, coffee mills, marlin spikes, hand leads,
Iron and bushed sheaves, steel sheave pins, -: . '
I ships composition pump, chain pumpa, pardrn engines.
Hooks and thimblos, nstd cut and wrought nails,
Asstd spikes, lH:it, keel and gttawxle nails, -
CcmiKisition and cluut nails, rivets, labia cutlery v- -Square
and round point bhovels.pocktt knh-ca, , - .
Round, square, and flat irou try tvork knees, . ;. -
Sand paper, Bath brick. . .. . ,
CORDAGE, TWINE &c. " -: v
Asstd siiies Manilla and hemp r.ii seizing stuIT, .
Worminr, ratlin, bone aud spunyaru, -i
Hemp and sail twine, M"auilla letl and clothes line,,
Signal halyards, cod lines, chalk lines, fish lints, v
Cotton and raven duck. . - ''-'-
WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES, &c. ;
Jlallels, axe handles, auger and vice handle?, ,v ( ; ; .
Choping trays, wootleu pumps, mast hoops, '. ; ; '-y
Rushed and patent Mocks astd sizes, painted PlLSj- r
Painteci tubs, cases chairs, dust brushes, vhiteWaslt brU-'.c
Paint and varnish brushosr willow and birch basket?,
Bron and bras3 wire seives, hair scives, beei wax.
CLOTHING & SLOPS. ,.;' ",
Red and blue llannel shirts, whal? mens striped shirt?
Grey mixed shirts, long woollen stockings, t ;. -
Gre3' mixed and white merino undershirts, : ;
"Whtilemens striped, red and mixed woollen draes, i
Pied twilled siuglets, O. S. pauU, scotch caps nnttent, . :
Reefing jackets, red and white blankets. . .V'-,.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS -
Fresh and braudy iKMCic?, assiu pn:servi wwb,
'AINTS, OILS, &c. - -
Kegs red lead, tins verdigris, tin K lek palut, kegs uo,
Tins green paint, copal varnish, tins and barrels linscet;
Turpentine, tar oil, tar pitch aud chalk. , ; .
ALSO .... . '
A general assortment of whaling crait. -u
notice ; -
that the followin;r horses nnd ftittlo o.
been received into the Government pound, from Lilme, Wai; u i
alo, and Pauhala. The following isa description oi ine ea;
A grey maro anu coi., niarh.ua
A grey mare, 'marked TH iu one. .
A crcy horse, not marked. . '
A grey maro and colt, marked g
A Ught red "
A black liorso
A dark red tnara
A calico mara
OKU In one.
i A cream colored steer, hornscut off,
. - with borel nodO.
Honolulu, Tauoa, July 5, lS56,2-lt
MARINE CLOTHING STOIli.
" " Opposite to Reynolds' Wlmrfi s
F L. JONES having "recently opeued a nW si-K-v
. Fancv cassuncro pants, vests, shirts, ami cioihind -
descriptions, together with a good assortment of Dry Goou v
Fancy articles, would respectfully xnvu ) inc attention i
irienas, and tiu puuiio m general. . . . Juiy t,
COUNTRY DEALERS WANTING C
Bargains, Apply to J. T. Vaterhouse, Honolulu, S.
N. B. Credit prices in this place arc apt to stick iomo '
mud. v "
Cheap terms, Cnsli ! Cash 1 1 Ctiir.lt !H
No charge for book keeper, or heavy store rent put on the ;
July 1, 1-tf , v
IANOFORTES AND FURNITURE J'fi;
SALE. The undersigned have on hand and offer f : -': ,
Superior Rosewood and Mahogai y Piano Fortes. Elegant :
Rosewood and Maliogany Ann Chairs, do Uo do Rocking . : t
Iron Rocking chairs and Bedsteads.
July 1, 1-tf . TON HOLT & IIEU :.
CLOTHING FOR SALE. The endersigue , :-
always ou hand an assortment cf German-made C:
Coats, Cloaks, and Pants of different styles.
July 1, 1-tf YON HOLT &IIEUC ..
" MONEY WANTED,
IN SMALL AND LARGE SUMS, ta '
by mortgages on native kulcaua's situiited on Hawal'. Thu
audOahu. Apply to J: E. CHAMBERL A iNT,
2-tf . Attorney at law.
MEW GROCERY STORE
pubh'c thai :v-
1 begs most respectfully to inform the
opened a new Grocery Store, in" Iving st., where he ho. w
moderate charges, to merit share of the public support.
July 1, 1-tf - . ' .
TTHT- N. LADD OFFERS FOR SALE- CoT'
V V and Wrought Na ils, Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Col in
Hunt's C. S Axes, Log an Trace Chains; Hatchets, dt ...
Picks, Wire Cloth, Traps, Ox Bows, Shot,' Tiu'd IIollov" War,
Glue, Wlyting, Chalk, Wire, Brushes iu gretit-variety 'aijH'u
ter.s Toobs etc. , .-..", Jan. 3, S5t!-tf.
NOTICE. J - V
THE SUBSCRI15ER WOULD INPQJ? Ite
friends and the public generally, that he haslavcvu ti
stand lately tccupied by C. AY. Vincent, King street ,wU ;
intends carrying on the carpentering busines in- all it fe;ii-!ii'-.
Jobbing done at the shortest notice. A sliare of piar u-,, l
solicited. July 1, 1-tf ' GEORGE MtM-l,i;.
RLACKSM1TIIING. - , i ,
THE UNDERSIGNED, formerly doing limine -
IK)sito tlie Custom House, would inform tho 'pt3jHe, f'. t
he has taken the stand latepy occupied by Capt. Bnwl iu r
the ice house, where he would be happy to recti ye theji .? r .
Thankful for past favors, ho hope3 to merit a continaati i t -same.
July 1, 6m , HENRY J ;i'Pil.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SAL
the undersigned. Boxes and half boxes RaUin v
Currants, Carolina Rice, Sago, Soft Shell Almond, J: v
very superior Chewing Tobacco. . :Lh
juiy X, 1500-U. T. MOSSMAN i f
FOR SALE. .
rwiOBACCO, 80 boxes and half boxes Oronokb n v-! v.-
tobacco, 100 boxes, 15 ib. each, Watdon's lla V?- L'itru
a.wacco in walnut boxes with, lock and key. .";:.
July 1, 1-tf D. C. WATERilA N,
RIID SEED. 100 lba. fresh Canary e.-d.
00 lbsfresh Hemp Seed, lor sale in 1 Pj. m.d tb.
packages. li. WW '
Honolulu, July 1 1-tf :
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and 'cUMrcn'a;
Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture Bi-aswar?,
Chests of Tools, Door Scrapers &c. &c, for sale by .-
Jyl,l-tf t ROBERT Qt JANION.
ICE FOR SALE BY
July 1, lS5G-tf.
f : LI-
B: if.' FIELD."
squares, nippers, nue?, guaes, pju n.ci?.
Is, hammers, saV ecu, axe?, nairiwis,
inuarfs, sheath knives, spriu.? ballanc.v;'
Pic Fruits, cacrs, ground pepper ana cioes, .
ViiiegAr, pickle?, sweet oil, salt cnisaod sugar, Che-',
Split peas, hams,lcef aud pork, buckwheat flour, tea.
MANILA CHEROOTS, FOR SALFr BY'
July 1, lS50-tf. - - -. . B. W-; FIELD.'
FOlAIt OIL.-l SUPERIOR' AUTlCLi;
for rale by . B. W. FIELD. ' - ; "Julyj, lS'ii-tf.
MARD WARE, HOLLQWyTARE, & EARTHEN .'A RE
for sal, by Jy j; i-tf f iHOBERT C. : jANION.!
ANCHORS & C HA IN Slibr snU at ihs Ur ' . -vlr-ket
Kites, by Jy 1,1. tf ROBERT C,! AN fONi
NAVY-BILLS & WIIAIEJS 'S KILLS taken ai
th lowest rotes by t f
July 1, 1-tf lOBEIiTC. JANION,
? .'" ' i
. i f.
ilae specimen of
TCnW ... . I uu utJiug- -asiitetr the
' C. BRIS W JK, 2D, f