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- Tlie dismissal- is put on the ground of the personal
nuacceptability of the gentlenie'in question.
ZThe latest dates from Europe at New York, are by
I ine Indian (Royal Canadian screw line,) which ar
rived at Quebec on the 3rd of June, having left Liv
erpool on the 21st of May. The Africa, at New
York, brought dates to the 17th.
The Queen has granted an amnesty to all political
" extenders, except to such as have forfeited their honor
hv escaDine from their places of banishment.
The Constantinople correspondent of the London
Times announces that a treaty has been concluded
l etween the United States and Persia, of a nature
i,ot quite satisfactory to British . interests.
Austria has offered to the French Emperor what,
r:ot lone since, she denied to Louis Napoleon, viz..
tie remains of the Duke de Rieschstadt, son of Napo
I fon the Great.
A British loan of five millions has been announced.
SussLii has commenced a new campaign against
Tue relations between Sardinia and Austria are
ip, thing but pacific. A rupture seems imminent.
ilussia has accepted the l)anish proposition for a
c nmutation of the Sound Dues, and England will
t . Jbably accede" "
Xord Pdlmerston is failing from the effects of gout.
Ilie Czar has asked the nobility to consider in what
: i a change in favor of the serfs can be gradually
liord Clarendon has said in Parliament that the
; i British Government had repeatedly declined to mter-i'.-.j-c
in Central American matters in favor of Costa
: J Iclaa, as solicited to do by agents of that country.
s The trial of the poisoner, Palmer, was progressing
London, and created intense interest. It was at--.
.'..tinded by princes and nobility.
.--v: fs. liie Government of Spain is proceeding vigorously
: egaiast the freedom of the press.
: The Times and Lord Clarendon arc handling Mr.
Attorney General Caleb Cushing without gloves,
n The Empress Eugenie appeared in public on the
Still Later from Europe.
. , 7. 3 take tho following telegraphic dispatch from
' il Herald extra. It is three days later, -..
. . Halifax, June 5, 185G.
V The royal mail steamship Niagara, Capt. Ryrie,
arrived at this port at five o'clock last evening, but
ihg to the violent storm it was impossible to tcle
new 3 before the morning." The JV'ictgara
- brings one hundred and thirty passengers for Boston,
and her dates from Liverpool are to Saturday noon'
Cia- 21th ult., three days later than received by the
Indian, at Quebec.
i j.ue siL-umsiiip siraoia, ironi Uoston, arrived at
Liverpool on the 18th ult. The Vanderbilt steamer
JVorth, Star, arrived at Cowes on the 23d ult.
lilie Cunard steamship Persia, from New. York, at
iixn on the 14th ult., arrived at Liverpool bar at
midnight of Friday, the 2od, but did not go up the
. river until half-past four on Saturday morning.
. Tins passage to the bar was made in nine days and
r;'en hours, mean time. . . .
5ihe steamship Kricson, from New York on the
10th ult., had not been telegraphed at Liverpool when
the JViagara left.
; ; The steamship Washington sailed from Southamp
tosv for New York on the 21st ult. J
After the departure of the Washington ,and Tndi-
: ana, but little news of importance had transpired.
JThe excitement on the Italian questio i still contin-
, tii-L In the House of Commons, afLr a debate
upon a motion censuring the abandonment .by the
peace plenipotentiaries of the Maritime Law, touch-
7 sftutrals, the British Ministry again achieved a
trrimph. . .
Nothing decisive has transpired touching the Dan-
',-ish ilound dues.
... "ileports of Russian successes in the new campaign
- against the Circassians are confirmed.
r : The Bank of England on the 22d ultimo reduced
its rate of discount on bills of more than sixty dav
fropi seven to six per cent Short bills remain at six
RcmiIn of die Peace Trcalr.
Coiisiilcrinir tlie circnm?tinpoa -nri.iM, ' n
. . . ' . - -. . -w a. OiUll VVl
good as could have been expected. From th l.o
ppnmg, neither Louis Bonaparte nor the English
iUtnistry took a stand to destroy Russia, hut on?y to
reader her incapable of jeopardizing Turkey, and to
"DUt .iiie latter powt;p unilw ho d,;i.i
intniational law. Both theso. fiims nvr r,i,f;,.i
Kussui is disarmed in the Black Sea ; and Turkey is
mtuaced into the family of European States, be
yond whose ran-e the Ottoman hare been ever since
ta&ii historical existence bejran. and abovn nil m
t-;r appearance in Europe. All other interests, such
ti. 23:of the Christians, of the Principalities, and
U2 verity of the Sultan's dominions, receive the
ur guaranty which treaties and protocols can
cord, ireaties and protocols.
nnt create or cai-re out the history of the world. Stip-
ai,uUtUoi iuukc otates pfrow and thrive, nor
- Jy1 tneir deca7 and fall. But though the treaty
ravi cannot mstil any vitality into the Ottoman
Av, ., j j-wu,ix wuai sparKs may De leu
thsrep; sJid put off the day of dissolution.
-.ihi3 Treaty is marked bv unusual
; fiiucx.i3 toaitan and his power are carefully looked
aftcxuwnore so even than the security which his
u m "
vuxiou cuujwis mignc require; for the Powers de-.-ei
in rt-ofity from any direct protection over them
rr'VrjL" uv m ineir late. The case of
Av C "peawio may have taken part
vioi t uc billies, as well as of the CI.rUHnn nf t,.l-
tWred Russia, is provided for. , In one
SSi 'r PJ could have
xaJvU interfere in tfio pP;n:i:i:, .
c,? r0 ' r- mcu itussia, Oy UlQ
the Princinalities. i
is annuiiet . Tn ti.A
toe iruiaunderstandin. between t!,; P. X ii
JvS5 diacj?n pre7ious to the usc of force
grS So stands this treaty. Not giv
t, - expected by the more ardent ene-
?Jf t,? hef enoagh to inaugurate
tit ii i?5 the diplomatic history of Europe and
ane vUi. to the treat -v mnnamm i : i . . ,
. ? , .-4.u m7- . . . iigui ui neutrals
a. lU aiost brilhanr. si1 TS ,
ost Druiiant side. PHvntPrnr,
-i -l?d the rights of neutrals as. largely and
v VHsneu as could -have hrr, 7 An O TrJli l
preset 'crude views of ?nsf,Va 0r,,i t ::' rA1!
nov r . Wit we miirht wish m c .t va ?
. - ,. -i u ?xur. lilt' rrfwio nv.in a
i :t;d been well to define precisely
tr l of However, it is a step
M as &ach we greet it with satifw;
. :' . - ri.eUSSia We h.iv . onuvk e t n A ' .,
r:7ir4Xow jouncing , the ratification of
-rry-i. Mfcn 13 biehly characterisHV ti,
wit i i. tree brothers liori -. .
. fc.frr - - Z 'V " .r uucllv ie cc meters-
'onofTZ 4.asiaction caused by
th, detent: TMS Z tJAe
. -uuuS seii.- ine whole speeeh
inp of a gentle and pacific mind, and this
Alexander's great characteristic. With
;Uul protestations that he will continue
, ins rather, he is nevertheless evidently
mat is always done in such cases aban
step by step.,- The conclusion of his
:e J5 21 fine specimen of New York criticism
speech indicates that he intends to do away with the'
protection to home , industry so wisely and steadily
maintained by Nicholas, and to which Russia owes
the remarkable power cf resistance she has exhibited
during the war.
Indian Annexation. TVe have published the in
telligence that Oude, an Indian kingdom estimated
population 5,000,000, and area 34,000 square miles
had been recently -annexed to the British realms
in the sunny cast. Late foreign papers contain the
royal proclamation of the fact. The N. Y. Times
gives the following abstract of this paper: The pre
aujuiy luciuiuvesets iortn tnat uuueis an inacpen-
dent allied kingdom, whose intercourse with the 13 ri
tish authorities has always been of the most faithful
and Satisfactorr deso.rinHnn r thnt in nil bis rplntinna
with the East India Company the monarch has ever
been most exemplary, and that upon such grounds
no provocation to disturb, matters exists. It admits
that by a treaty ratified in 1801. the independence.
of the native crown was guaranted -by the company
against itself, and other usurpers. . But as the i-eign-ing
potentate has not found himself able to govern
his people with that wisdom, moderation, and gentle
ness, another clause in that treaty required, the com
pany declares the instrument cancelled, and the king
dom of Oude a province of the British Empire. Its
population are forbidden to yield obedience to their
dethroned prince, or to any of his agents; and all the
collectors of taxes and imposts are enjoined under the
sternest penalties to bring their whole harvest to the
Company's granary. The only reason presented for
the annexation lies in the simple proposition the
people of Oude are not governed to the taste of the
Court of Directors.
Mr. Sadreir's FitAris.-i-The Times, in a leader
on this subject, says, It is a surprising fact that it
should be in the power of any man to swindle his
ienow-suiyects to the amount of a million sterling,
and yet this sum will probably fall short of the reality
when the full extent of John Sadlicr's frauds has
been ascertained. What with the Tippcrary Bank,-
what with the forgeries of private acceptance, what
with the frauds arising from the forgery of title-deeds,
Ireland alone will stand as sutfercr for the larger
portion of the sum. The railway and bank accounts
in London will complete the tale. There is no in
stance in history, as far as our recollection extends,
which can serve as a parallel to this gigantic fraud.
We notice that Speaker Banks has had his first
levee at Washington in April, and that ho lives in
the splendid m?msion formerly owned by Madam
Hamilton. This is a fine instance of the ups and
downs in a Democratic country. Mr. Banks, un
less we arc much mistaken, was professional! v a
dancing master, and his hadsome wife, a factory girl.
This is the true Democratic reality, ""no hereditary
humbug, no factitious stars and garters, no cant of
fundamental precedence and quarrels of position.
A dancing-master and a factory-girl figure in the
Highest Ranks of our democracy, and doubtless fill
their places with quite as much manner and matter,
as my Lord Fizinajig or Sir Twopenny Bramble.
The Methodist Book Co:Citx. The report of
the Methodist Book concern for the year 1855, pre
sented to tne Uonlerence ot the .Methodist Episcopal
Church at Baltimore, " states that the periodicals,
c::cept the Christian Advocate, failed to meet the ex
penses of the publication. The assets of the concern
amount to S' 738,977 asainst vhich there are liabiii-
ties to the amount of $170,219, leaving a capital
stock of $508,072.
The pen with which the treaty of peace was signed
was made from the quill taken from the wing of an
eaghs at the Jardin des Plantcs.' Immediately after
the 8i23iatur0ir.-Wi. pLuied jDv a. trlilto dkOito pipo
ana surroundetl nv the seal ot each ot the Powers
representetl : at the Congress, and by the signatures
of the Plenipotentiaries. At the bottom, M. Feuillet
de Conches, Chef de Bureau du Protocol, wrote: 'b
certify that this pen was taken by me from the impe
rial eagle athe Jardin des Plantes, and that it served
for the signature of the Treaty of Peace of the 30th of
March, ISiG." The whole was then placed in a gilt
frame and a' glass fixed over it, to be presented to
The world's sniprixc The German Quarterly
Magazine has an article on the world's marine, from
which it appears that the waters of the earth are
navigated by 140,0!)0 vessels, . of 12,904,087 tons.
ihe United btates have o,u00,000 tons of shipping,
Great Britain 5,000,000, Germany, including Aus
tria, 1,000,000, and Franco 71G,140 tons.
The London Times is now stereotyped, by which
means the whole of. the country circulation is now
got into the post office in time for transmission by
the morning mails. This important change went
into 'operation on the 1st of January last, and will
doubtless be the means of greatly extending the cir
culation of that journal to the detriment of the rest
of the metropolitan daily papers.
M. Pouillet, of the Academy at Paris, has "an appa
ratus determining the height of clouds by the aid of
photography; and at St. Petersburg, the camera has
been made to do good service in the-reduction and re
production of large topographical maps.
In Austral ia.Xow Zealand, tho ItViAnrily and Fc
jee Islands, there are 46 Wesleyan ministers, besides a
number of native assistant missionaries. There are
19,897 members, of whom 7190 are Europeans, and
the rest native converts. There are 481 chapels, 80
000 hearers, and 35,57G Sabbath and day scholars.
New companies have been formed. for increasing the
amount of the French merchant navy. All the ship
buildders at V5arseilles, Bayonne, Nantes, and Saint
Malo, have received orders for building ships that
will take more than two years to complete.
Tlie Anglo French contingent will go toTrebizond,
and be placed under the command of Omar Pacha.
The Russian treasury , has received large sums of
money through Berlm. English" war -material' was
constantly passing through Prussia for the army.
The London Times quotes several of the New York
Tribune's theatrical criticisms, at full length, under
the heads of " Splendmg Writing in America."
A return was recently isued, which represents that
on the first of January, 1855 the number of register
ed steam vessels in Great Britain was 1480.
Louis Napoleon is about to enter upon the same
measures ot tree trade which have contributed so much
to strengthen the commercial position of England.
One of the superstitions of France is that a fire kind
led by lightning cannot be extinguished, and that he
who attempts to extinguish it will die within the year.
It would be a curious chapter in history ifthe pre
sent Murat should become king of Naples. During the
reign of Louis Phillippc this individual kept a board-
mg-nouse .in tne united states. 7
David Solomons, a Jew, late" senior . Alderman be
low the chair, is now Lord Mayor for London. lie is
the first Jew who has ever filled that office."
They are to have a submarine telegraph to Europe
by way of Norway. The King of Sweden has granted'
a charter for its construction. :
-The London Times savs. " We sKill nr Tv won
the mark if we put our share in the cost of iho T?n
sian war, during the year just . ended, at 34,000,-
. The restrictions on the importation of salt into Rus
sia nave been abolished. . .
Rio Janeiro and Buenos Ayrea are now Hghtedby
: " I have been wonderincr hovr Ned hacontiivftUalAtf,
Silliman's Journal says : The city of Marseilles
has undertaken to - establish . a complete system of
electric clocks. One hundred clocks was tn h set nn
Iby the first of May. The arrangements require the
laying of 40,(X)0 metres of conductinc: wire. The
clocks will be placed in the street gas lamps, so that
the hour may be read at night as well as by day.
The whole will cost only 22,000 fraiv.es, and the care
and supply of them per year 2000 francs.
The New York papers are publishing a wonderful
story in relation to an American who returned from
- Russia by the last steamer.
He has, it is stated, se-
from the Russian government contracts for
railroads, telegraphs and othjr public works on the
most gigantic scale and on very favorable terms. In
addition to the enterprises above named, he has be
come largely interested in property belonging to the
Archduchess Marie, sister to the Emperor, and to
others of the Princes and Princesses of the house of
Iiomanofisky. The aggregate cost of the works un
dertaken representing the enornous amount of $'20,
000,000. Such stories defeat their own object, as
only the most credulous can believe them. Balti
The French frigate Emluscadc sailed at day
light yesterday from Callao, for Punta Arenas,
and the Sandwich Islands.
ALDBICH. c. R. BISHOP.
ALDltlCII fc BISHOP,
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Island produce bouiht and sold.
A.gent3 for thSsaw
of the products of the Lihue Plantation.
J E. CIIAMBERLAlXj
Attorney at law, office corner of Fort and Merchant streets.
R. II. HOLLISTER, .
Attorney and Councillor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery,
Koloa, Kauai. 2-5m
SUGAR, SYRUPS AD IQ LASSES, FROM
East Maui and Koloa Plantations, in quantities to suit, for
sale by (3-tf) II. 1IACKFELD & CO.
WHALE OIE IX Q,UAXTITIES TO SUIT,
For sale by (3-tf) II. I1ACKFELD & 0.
SPERM CANDLES, FOR SALE BY
3-tf II. IIACKFELD &
MASTS OF ALL SIZES, FOR. SALE BY
3-tf li. IIACKFELD &; CO.
SPLEXDID ASSORTMENT OF CHIXA
crape Shawls, French, German and China Silks. For sale
(3-tf) U. IIACKFELD & CO.
AM) HICKORY PLAXK, FOR
(3-tf) II. IIACKFELD CO.
OUXG MAX TO ACT AS
rk in an ollice. One who can speak the Hawaiian
language preferred. Address A. B. C. throu-'h Post Ollice.
M. CEDAR SHINGLES. 40 M.
feet 1 inch White Pine 15oard3. 30 M. feet 1 inch
tougue-d and grooved Flooring. Sash and Panel Doors, all sizes.
Window Sashes and Blinds of assorted sizes. For sale by
3-tf. H. IIACKFELD & CO.
NOTICE. TIIE UNDERSIGNED IS Di
rected by the Managers of the Hawaiian Flour Company
to state to their customers, that having resolved to sell their flour,
bran and shorts, at the Mill, at very moderate prices, and wish
ing to avoid the trouble of collecting, their sales are for cash only.
3-2t - K. ARMSTRONG, Sect.
ORMOXISM !! I ELDER JOIIX T.
CAIXE, will lecture upon the doctrines of the Church of
Latter-day Saints, every Sunday Evening in the large grass
house on the Alley runninj out of Mauna Kea Street near the
Liberty Hall. :
Services commencing at 71 o'clock.. The public ara resnoet-
iully invited, to ckttcua. 3-1
EST WELCH STEAM COAL, for sale by
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.'
TARRED ROPE, MANILLA ROPE, Canvas, Taint
Boiled Oil, for sale by Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION
FRESH CORX & CORX MEAL, nt
Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf SAVIDGE & MAY'S.
WALL l'AI'Ell AXI BORDERS
sale by W. N. LADD. July 1,
7 J- ft
IfPUl LDER'S II ARDWARE. A GREAT
L variety in store, and additions constantly being made.
For sale by. W. N. LADD. July 1, 185G-tf.
OXDOX ILLUSTRATED XEWS, ROUXD
MM OJUliKS 'SZ, Z5, 24. 2o. 20. and 27. on hand and
for sale by
July 1, 185G-tf.
11. M. WHITNEY.
CHIXA I1ICE, FOR SALE HY
. July 1,1 Wtf. ; B. W. FIELD.
JiUi. UAAE SEAT, CURLED MAPLE
unairs. orsaieuy 11. 1J 31UXD. July 1, 1858-tf
BLEACHED SIIEETIXG, 4-4, G-4 Sc 2-4.
For sale by II. DIMOND. July 1, 18ooMf.
rjROCERIES.-HAMS, RICE, FLOUR,
HUH Sugar, Syrup, Ginger, Pepper, etc. For sale by
July 1, 1350-tf. II. DIMOND.
SUGAR, SYRUP, AXD MOLASSES. From
the Brewer plantation, constantly on hand and for sale in
lots to suit purchasers, by '
2tf JAMES MAKEE.
IFh C n ATERM AX offers for sale Whal oil.
J- T. Bo; lnrk. Tobacco, Anclws and Chains, whalers
Slop -nothing, Patent Blankets, Gunny Bags. - Jy 1, 1-tf
SAVIDGE & MAY,
Grocers and Provision Merchants and Coffee Roasters ' Kine
street, neor the Bethel. jujy i i-tf
TROXG HEMP BAGGING, 42 inches wide, Corn
backing and Osnaburgs for sale at economical rates by
Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
TThRY GOODS and CLOTHING, in great varietv, for sale bv
JU Honolulu, July 1, 1856-tf- ROBERT C. JANION.
URTON ALE, in hogsheads, for sale by
Honolulu, July 1, lS5G-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
"LNGLISII, French, German, and Chinese silks. The most
JaJJ complete assortment ever offered. For sale by
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. JANION.
"JT IQUORS, English Groceries, Enghsh Soap, for sale bv
iU July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANI0J
$6.00. For sale by
HOUR STRIKING FOR
II. DIMOND. Jmy lf 1856-tf.
TIIE PUULOA SALT WORKS.
For sale by the undersigned in any quantity, delivered In bulk
alongside the wharf or vessel in Honolulu, very superior Puuloa
salt, at the rate of '
Sixteen Dollars per Tom.
The proprietor having greatly improved his salt works he is
now prepared to furnish better salt, in larger quantities and
with greater dispatch than has hitherto been done at the Sand
wich Islands. .
Purchasers here and abroad, who wish to procure th Kaf
manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for-end also
to assure themselves, that they receive the real Pnuloa salt.
vi tiers iaj ujr amount executed wnn aispaicn.'
Apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
. , Puuloa Salt Worl-a - -
3-6 mos , ; ; Sandwich Islands.
MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE HOTEL.
WE. CUTRELL St J. PETERSON. Pronri
etors, Merchant Street. Thankful for the liberal riat
ronage they have hitherto enjoyed. Messrs. Cutrii D.lJi'
ion would continue to solicit the attention of thpir , 1
the public in general to their establishment, which they have
spared neither pains nor exnence to render the mf t
place of resort in Honolulu. Their bar is continually surralicl
with the choicest wines, liquors, and cigars.
j.neir oiuiard saloon is unsur)assed by any in the nlace and
under the sole chartre of Mr. II.- K. Sworw '-fL ' :
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in fsarpr.
Km of Honolulu.
TT utUiar ueparuueiM ior ine aznuaetaent of th
" C. BREWER, 2d,
; FOR SAX FRANCISCO.
KEGULAlt DISPATCH IilNE.
TBS CXIPTER BARE
JAMES O. LAWTON, Master.
Will sail on or bbout ute 25th Inst. " ,
For freight or passa? please apply to , . .
TIIE CAPTAIN, .
3-2t On board, at Robinson's wharf.
Paci.p Express Co.
.For the speedy and safe trampor-
tation of Merchandise, Specie, Letten and va'uable packages to
all parts of the United States. A. P. EVERETT,
. 3-tf. , . . Agent.
REGULAR PACKET FOR
THE FINE tCIIOONER .
A. K. CLARK, Master, will leave Honolulu, regularly for La-
uaum aua jvanami, every .uu.mmx afternoon, and returning
n ai r;uic jvuuuiai, u :y csxiiJA x airemoon lor 11
For freight or passage apply on board.
July 10, 2-tf
AND . S. I. PACKETS.
AVillbe despatched regularly from BOSTON for IIOXO-
Lt hli in the months of September, December, March, .and
May or June. .
For freight or passage apply to , -
B. W. FIELD,
. Honolulu or to
n. A. PIERCE, , '
65 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
July 1, 1355-tf.
SAN J'nANCISCO PACKETS.
Yankee, Jas. Smith, Master,
CLIPPER BARK '
France Falraeir, V. Stott, Mast.
These first-clas3 vessels will continue to run as regular Pack
ets between the ports of Honolulu and San Francisco. They are
furnished with every convenience and accommodation for pas
sengers. - v.
Shippers by this line will ba afforded every possible facility ;
and freights taken at fair rates. D. C. WATERMAN,
' ' ; Agent, Honolulu.
Messrs. Morgan, Hafhawaj L Co.
San Francisco. July 1, 185G-tf.'
Wells Fargo & Co's
tor the sneedv and safe mvevance of rerrhnnrlip. S
ut-Litrs, aiui tatuauK? parcels 10 au pans oi tne L-mted States.
Letters for S;m Francisco, ici Government Envelopes, will
hereafter be taken at 12 cents each, and will be delivered in
any part of the city ahead of the mail.
The Honolulu OlRce sells aff Exchange on "Wells, Fargo &
Co., New York and San Fran?; - r-, in sums to suit.
July 1, 155G-tf. R. COADY & CO., Agents.
T i-i. .-.1 1 1. a . m . .
FOR SALE. The premises in Nuuanu Vahy, now
occupied by Messrs. C. A. & II. F. Poor. . Title fee sim
ple. For terms apply tu . . KEMP,
tf . - Hotel St.
TO LET. THE DWELLIXG HOUSE
formerly occupied by J. W. COLRURX, in Mauna
Kea Street., for furtlxpr
JJ"ICUiars enquir ot A J.
. July 1, 1856-tf.
TO LET. THE COMMODIOUS
TWO STORY STONE U7USE, on the Corner of
Alakea and Hotel Streets. It has eix larra moms.
Well upon the premises, Cook House, Store Rooms, Bath House,
etc. The premises are well situated, ami the location li very
desirable for a family. For terms apply to
July 1, lS56.-tf B. MV. FIELD.
TU UKdUliU O It LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanv Valley, about a mils
and a half from town. Terni3 moderate. Anniv t
Honolulu, July 1, 1-tf W. L.. GREEN "
A VALUABLE STORE AXD LOT OF
LAND, in King st. will be sold on reasonable terms.
Frontage 33 feet by 150 feet deeD. Titl fp 5inr.iA
- 31. C. MONSAR RAT.
TIIE LEASE OF TIIE STORE AXD
Premises on Mauna Kea ski., occuied by Ayong, is for
sale cheap, on application to
July 1, 1-tf M. C. MONSARRAT.
TO LET The COMMERCIAL BILLIARD
LOON, Dining Room, and Bedrooms. Apply to
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL & TllLr
jui-flLxwi oj-jluu , juinaina. Apply to I
lr. MACFAULAVT! TTAnnlnlii
July 1, 1-tf or A, POTTER, Lahaina.
OFFICE TO LET,
trontmg on xfuuanu street.
A. P. EVERETT.
TWO FIXE OFFICES, over tne Post office.
ui il. 31. WHITNEY,
uouuiuiu, juiy i, i55-tr.
TO LET THE DWELLINO nOUSE & PREMISES
on makai side of Beretania street, lately occupied by
Mr. Maxey. Apply to '
Honolulu, J uly 1, 1356-tf
M. C. MONSARRAT.
. , KIT .V favorable terms, Lot
No. d of the old Punchard premises, fronting 22 feet on
xuuiiuu ruaa, ana io ieet on the alley. For terms?
OOMS, STORES, St
7FOItT WIME, 1
. iMtn.m per WARLAND from
1 . " W W m ' m. . mrm
xuat, iiuiuKworui ec uo., Jondoii. A small
X.7r.rVV'i m 9 of to same qual-
xt. ouy ia iasc year, and at a very reduced
1 '" iiuJ!Bi;iiJjAUEK & STAPliNIIORST.
iocuairacTERS St BI-7J1ERS,
CJEALED PROPOSALS will be received until Satur
day, the 19th insU, at the office of Dr. G. P. Judd, for the
6.vUu,u,Vuewrueroi xort ana jieretania streets.
"iitwous can De seer; at the above mentioned
pwee, aner Monday next the 14th insu Seperate tenders will be
recei ved for the mason's, Carpenter's, and Painter's work : also
for the entire job by a sinsle coniW. - 1
; job by a single confcri-ctor.
Ilonojulu, July 10, 1856 2-2t
: Ch&irman of Trustees.
THE HONOLULU IROX WORKS.
rWMIE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair cr
- juuiuidtiure au imas or nrri ornery, mill gearing,- viad
lass gearinsr, shin forsr'rias and sm ih wnrir.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils &c. on hand and made ' to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale. :
aiso one excellent small sized augar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
: 2'tf -.v. - ... 7 D. M. WESTON.
' I. L. BLASDELTi.
opened his Carpenter Shop at the old stand, on the
corner of King and Alakea sts., where he hope's, by strict
oiu-uiwu, w c utiic me puuuu iaironage. July 1, 1-tf
piOFFEE OF SUPERIOR, QUALITY, from the
Honolulu, July 8. 1S56, 2-tf A. P. ETERETT.
HAWAIIAN BEEF, packed by Messrs Spencer and
Louzada, Waimea, Hawaii, consteJiiy on hand and for
sale by r 2-tf A. P. EVERETT.
SUPERIOR S r RUP, for sak by
A. P. EVER EFT.
L PRANC'ONI,'Uv;r ;
JAMES MAIvEE, m
HAS OX IIAXD, the following assortment of merchan
dise, which he offers for sale at tlio lowcdt market prioca.
HARDWARE, &c. v
Iron and copper tacks, assort ad sizes, . "
M trass screws, w.
... Lamp and screw hooks, ring screw?,
Brass and iron .staples aud hooMi, brass and iron butts,
Chest hinges, hooks and hinges, barrel bolts,
- Improved tower bolts, square bolts, chest handles,
Door knobs, mortice, rim and dead locks, drawer locks.
Brass and iron pad locks, angers, saws, screw driTer,
Callipers, try squares, nippers, rules, guages, pod auger,
Gimblets, chisels, hammers, saw setts, axes, hatchet a,
Iron and steel squares, sheath knives, spring ballance.
Mincing knives, sugar, butter and cheese triers,
Coopers tools of all descriptions, butchers knives.
Beaming knives, caulking irons, hand cuffs, '
Nutmeg graters, Brittania awing lamps, , ..
Brass binnacle lamps, deck lights, iron picks, crowbars, .
Box hooks, cask and barrel can hook?, cooks ladlo.
Cooks skimmers and tormentors, frying pan3,
Iron bake pans, assorted sizes, square and round tin pan
I a in wasn pas ins, scrappers, copper pumps,
I Brittania soup ladles, soup tureens, tea and coffee pot.
Sugar bowls, milk pitchers, rasters, table aud tea spoons.
Block tin cork stops, patent faucets, Steam's do. ... .
Composition cocks, molasses gates, asstd sail needl,
Hoop iron, coffee mills, marlin spikes, hand leads, .
iron ana bushed t-hcaves, steel sheave pins,
I 6hips composition pump, chain pumps, garden engia?;
Hooks and thimbles, asstd cut and wrought nails,
Asstd spikes, boat, keel and gunwale nails, -Composition
and clout naiis, rivets, table cutlery,
Square and round point tnovel a, pocket knives.
Round, square, and flat iron try work knees,
Sand paper, Bath brick. .
CORDAGE, TW1XB &:c.'
Asstd sizes Manilla and hemp rope, seizing stuff,
Worming, ratlin, bone and spunyarn,
Hemp and sail1 twine, Mauilla bed and clothes Iia,
Signal halyards cod lines, chiik lines, fish line,
Cotton and raven duck. . '
WOODEX WARE, BRUSHES, &c. .
Mallets, axe handles, auger and vice handles,
Choping tray3, wooden pumps, mast hoops,
Bushed and patent blocks asstd sizes, painted pails,
Painted tubs, cases chairs, dust brushes, whitewash brushet
Paint and varnish brushes, willow and birch basket,
Bron and brass wire seives, hair seives, bees wax.
CLOTIIIXG Sc. SLOPS.
Red and blue flwinel shirts, whale mens striped shirts,
Grey mixed shirts, long woollen stockings,
Grey mixed a?d white merino undershirts,
Whalemen uriped, red and mixed woollen drawers.
Red twilled singlets, O. S. pauts, scotch caps xnitteni.
Reefing jackets, red and white blankets.
GROCERIES, PROVISIOXS &c.
resh and brandy peaches, assid preserved meats.
Pie Fruita, capers, ground pepper and cloves,
Vinegar, pickles, sweet oil, lalt crushed sugar, cheese,
Split peas, hams, beef and pork, buckwheat flour, tsa.
PAIXTS, OILS, &c.
Kegs red lead, tins verdigris, tin black paint, kegs do,
Tins green paint, copal varnish, tins and barrels Unseed oil.
rr a: . . . ...
x Lupuuiie, ia.r ou, mr pitca ana cnaiK.
ALSO . ' :
- A general assortment of whaling craft. . 2-tf
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER. .
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IXFORM
. his friends and the public that he has resumed liis car
penter businet-s, at the old stand on Kicgst. AH orders attended
to with promptness and dispatch in the various - branches of
Plans, specifications, and estimates drawn to order. .. . . .
On hand and for sale, pannel doors, sash doors, sashes, glazed
and unglazctl window and door blinds, &c, &c.
July 1, 1-tf . CHARLES W. VINCENT.
, FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
SUGAR CURED HAMS, St TONGUES, Smoked
Beef, Smoked Herrings, Loaf, Crushed, and Raw Sugar,
Patras Currants, Muscatell Raisins, Citron Peel, Fresh Figs,
Fresh Dates, Bottled Fruits, Jams, Scotch Marmalade, Pickles,
Dnrham Mustard, Sardines, Sperm Candles, Water Crackers,
Fancy Biscuits, Carolina and China Rice, Fresh ground Pepper,
Spices, Colman's Stone Blue, Salad Oil, Sauces.
Superior Oolong Teas," Fine flavored Coffee, whole or ground
and packed in tins for Ships use.
The above will be found fresh and of excellent quality.
July 1, 1-tf SAVIDGE & MAY.
MARINE CLOTHING STORE,
Opposite to Reynolds9 Wharf.
L. JONES having recently opened a new 'stock of
Fancy cassimere nants. vests, shirts, and clothing of u .
descriptions, together with a good assortment of Dry Goods, and
Fancy articles, would respectfully invite the attention of his
friendv'jind the public in general. July 1, ltf.
COUNTRY DEALERS WANTING CASH
Bargains, Apply to J. T. Waterhouse, Honolulu, S. I.
N. B. ; Credit prices in this place are apt to stick some in tb
mud.. ' " ' . -. ' . ...
Cheap irrms, CnsliI Cash!! Cashll!
No charge for book keeper, or heavy store rent put on tho roods.
July 1, 1-tf
PtANOFORTES AND FURNITURE FOR
SALE. -Th undersiened have on hand and offer for a.ilf
Superior Rosewood and MifhoKany Piano Fortes. Elesrant heavr
Rosewood and Mahogany Ann Chairs, do do do Rocking chairs.
Iron Rocking chairs and Bedsteads.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT & HEUCK.
CLOTHING FOR SALE. The undersigned bar
always on hand an assortment of German made Clothing,
Coats, Cloaks, and Pant3 of different stvles. - . .
July J,l-tf. . VON HOLT & nEUCK.
' ' MONEY WANTED,
IN SMALL AND LARGE SUMS, and secured
by mortgages on native kuleanas situated on HaWaiL MauL
and Oahu. Apply to J. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
2-tf , Attorney at law.
MEW GROCERY STORE. J. L. BLASDELL
M begs most respectfully to inform the public that he ha
opened a new Grocery Store, in Klnjr St.: where he hoDes. bv
moderate charges, to merit a share of the public support.
juiy i, x-u
WX. LADD OFFERS FOR SALE. CUT
and Wroueht Nails. Shovi Snails iinoa rviiini nj
Hunt's C. S Axes, Log and Trace Chains, Hatchet-?, Adzes.
Picks, Wire Cloth, Traps, Ox Bows, Shot, Tin'd Hollow Ware.
Ulue, hiting, Chalk, Wire, Brushes in great variety, Carpen
ters Tools, ete, jan. i.j!858-tt
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFORM hla
friends and the public generally, that he has taken thm
stand lately occupied by C. W. Vincent. Kine street, where ha
intends carrying on the carnenterinir business in all its hranohpe.
Jobbing done at the shortest notice. A share of patroncge Is
solicited. July 1. 1-tf . GEORGE mtt.t.fti.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED, formerly doing business op
posite the Custom House, would-inform the nnhlirv that "
he has taken the stand lately occupied by Capt. Brown, near
the ice house, where he would be hannv to receive their ordra-
Thankful for past favors) he hopes to merit a continuance of thi
same. July I. om ' iif.vry smttti
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
the umlerslgned. Boxes and half boxe3 Raisins, Zanto "
Currants, Carolina Rice, Baso. Soft SheU Almonds. Pea Nut.
very superior Chewing Tobacco.
J uly 1, 186-tf. . T. MOSSMAN k SON
TOBACCO, 80 boxes and half boxes Oronokd nomy-dew-;obacco,
100 boxes. 15 lb. each. 1Vat3on'a Ne Plus Ultra.
Tobacco in walnut boxes with lock and key.
juiy i, x-u li. C WATERM AN.
BIRD SEED. 100 lbs. fresh Canary seed: 7 .
60 lbs. fresh Hemp Seed. For sale m 1 lb. and lb.
packages. II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, July 1 1-tf
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and childrea's;
bugar Mills, Coprlner Presses. Coffin Pnrnknr BrasmrnrR. '
Chests of Tools, Door Scrapers &c. &c.,or sale by -
jy l, l-tr , ROBERT C. JANION.
1JICB FOR SALE BY
it July 1, 1856-tf.
B. TT. FIELD.
MANILA CHEROOTS, FOR SALE Br
July 1, 1356-tf. B. W. FIELD.
TOO LA R OIL.-A SUPEninp awttt-c
JflT for sale by B. W. FIELD. July 1, 1856ltf.
7TAoyRE, IIOLLOWWARE, & EARTHENWARE.
SLiL for sale, by Jyl,l-tf- ROBERT C. JANION. v
AX53?I?R? & CHAIN S, for sale at the lowest mar
a. ket rates, by Jyi, lmfJ ROBERT C. JANION.
Jol7l?I-W ROBERT C. JANION,
" TOTAS re-opened his Cann'tSnop nt ingM'stag!