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PUBLISHED WEEKLY HIT
HENRY 31. WHITNEY. 5
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER IS, 1S56.
CS1X DOLTjARS PER ANNUM
VOLUJIE 1. NUMBER 12.
Ml 111 llf I'WflM
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At oar house, at home, we've a sweet little baby,
As fat as a 'coon in the fall ;
And for mischief, fan, music, or whatever it may be,
Of brat?, he's the general of all !
"With cheeks like two roics,
The prettiest of noses,
Endeared is our Moses,
By every fond tie ;
In fair and foul weather,
lie serves as a tether,
To bind us together
My Betsy and I.
From morning full blossomed, till night draws her curtain,
His means for employment ne'er fail ;
And though hushed be his gabble, of music we're certain,
"When he drags the oi l cat by the tail,
No.v calling, and bawling,
And f illing, and sprawling,
And mauling, and squalling,
At work and at play ;
In the di3h-water paddling,
Or Jowleij back-sa Idling,
Or about fiddle-faddling,
lie passes the day.
Though his sixth month is ended this present September,
lie's equal to any at twelve ;
At four, he could "put on" as well, I remember,
As the best " shoulder striker" alive ;
Of his quali Scat ion,
I'm in contemplation
Of placing him where
All the Mrs. Duncans,
And all thi Mrs. Flunkins
Will say he's " some punk ins"
And that Uu The Fair."
There's naught can escape his minutest inspection,
Displayed on the toy-seller'3 boar d3 ;
And ho helps himself, too, without fear of detection,
To the nicest the pantry affords.
ITe'3 just in condition .
To meet compel ition,
At the grand exhibition,
The rogue with two eyes
Thcre'3 one thing depend on't ;
To make a quick end on't,
If he can lay hand on't
He sure takes the prize.
Tkcto la -worthless until exemplified in conduct.
Speaking "without 'thinking is shooting without
The man -who thinks laboriously will express him
self concisely. - -
In trifles, infinitely clearer than in great deed3, ac
tual character is displayed.
If we get "kno-vrtttlge Into cur minds edgewise, it
Trill soon find room to turn.
Form one upright, gennine resolve, and it will up
lift into higher air your whole being.
0wx3 look wiser than eagle3, and many a sheepskin
passes for chamois.
To be deprived of a person we love is a happiness in
comparison of living with one we hate.
Any cne may do a casual act of good nature, but a
continuation of them shows it is a part of the temper
ament. We should be cautious how we indulge in the feel
ings ofa virtuous indignation. It i3 the handsome
brother of anger and hatred.
Friend one who will tell you of your faults and
follies in prosperity, and assist you with his hands
and heart in adversity.
If a man were to set out calling everything by it3
right name, he would be knocked down before he got
to the corner of the street. i.
Antiquary too often a collector of valuables that
arc worth nothing, and a recollector of all that Time
has been glad to forget.
So quickly sometimes has the wheel turned round,
that many a man has lived to enjoy the benefit of that
charity which his own piety projected.
Let us so order our conversation in the world that
we may live when we are dead in the affections of the
best, and leave an honorable testimony in the con
sciences of the worst. i
Why are German Theologians like cat-fish ? Do
you give it up ? Because they are continually wrig- i
gling about ' the diet of worms " .
There is a man, in Connecticut who has such, a
hatred for" anything like monarchy, that he won't
wear a crown on his hat ! . ;
Socrates rightly said of contentment, opposing it to
the riches of fortune and opinion, that it is the wealth
of nature ; for it gives everything that we want and
It is a singular fact that women cannot look from
a precipice of any magnitude without becoming dizzy.
But, what is still more singular, the dizziness departs
the very moment somebody puts his arms around
her waist to keep her from falling." Queer, isn't
Childhood is like a mirror, catching and reflecting
images around it. Remember that an impious, pro
fane or vulgar thought may operate upon your heart i
like a careless spray of water thrown upon polished ;
steel, staining it with rust that no after efforts . can
'The farmer -whose pigs were so lean that it took
"two of them to make a shadow, has been beaten by
another, who had several so lean that they would
crawl out through the cracks in their pen. He finally
stopped that ' by tying knots in their tails."
As invention called for. The scientific Ameri
can says it costs $3,000,000 to husk the corn Town
in the United States, and that a machine for husking
would make the fortune of the inventor. But what
is to became of the merry husking parties, when ma
chinery is introduced ? All the fun and romance of
the thing will be gone.
TheN. Y. Dulchm a n publishes the following for
the benefit of those who are disposed to commit sui
, cide on rainy days :
' For a low spirit we recommend a clear con
science, fresh iir, lots of exercise and a taste for the
flute. And it came to pass when the evil spirit was
in Saul, that David took a harp and played with his
hands, so Saul was Tefreshed and was well, and the
evil spirit departed from him.' - In treating diseases
or the mind, music is not sufficiently valued. Inl
raising the heart above despair an old violin is worth
two doctors and two apothecary shops.
, Jomea endure pain, poverty and the severest mis
fortune with more fortitude than men, but melt at
the first harsh word from those that they love. With
her own heart open before her, no true mother can
fpeak harshly to her child the tone would rend the
little tendrils of affection that are clinging to her,
and, like vines in spring ruthlessly cut ? they roj-ht
bleed with a fatal hindrance to health. " .
. Mr. Buchanan's nomination for the Presidency had
excited some uneasy feeling in consequence of the doc
trines published in the Osteinl manifesto and the
reiteration of the Monroe doctrine in the Cincinnati
platform. The people (working classes) were all ad
verse to wrr, and peace addresses to the citizens of
the United States were circulated and signed in almost
every city ' of the United Kingdom. Advices from
Hamburg state that, owing to the mediation of Russia,
our government consents to pay the Sound dues toll
until June, 1857. The question of a regency for
France, in the event of the Kniperor's death, has been,
submitted in form to the Senate. The injuiy done to
the crops by the late inundations is estimated at 1 "0,
000,000f., of which S0,000,000f. are referable to the
mulberry trees for silkworms. In tLat amount are
not included the damage done to houses, the loss in
cattle, utensils, or the injury to railroads. Prince
Napoleon had arrived in Edinburgh, and visited
Abbotsford, and the scenes made memorable by the
genius of Sir Walter Scott. Count George Esterhazy,
Austrian Minister to Prussia, had died in Berlin. A
despatch frcm Madrid announces that the Queen of
Spain had suffered from a miscarriage. Her Majesty
had been bled, and was very unwell. Troops from
the East were pouring into France and England. Teji
English regiments and 14,000 French remained in
the Crimea for embarkation, and nearly the same
number were in Constantinople. The French police
had been withdrawn from lera, and the consequence
was that considerable disorder in the streets follcnved.
Ismael City was being levelled by tire Russians. The
Czar had formed a new Cabinet with the following
personages : Foreign Affairs, Prince Gortschakoff ;
Messrs. de Tolstoi and Osten-Sacken, assistants ;
Home Department, Prince Scrgins Lanisko &c, &c.
suostanuai -L.ngnsn cable connecting Aiartna s
Vineyard with Boston, has been successfully laid by
the Cape Cod Telegraph Company, and the Line is
now, in good working order, connecting at Boston
with the lines of the American Telegraph.
Mi. Bayard Taylor has sailed for Europe to spend
two or three years in the Scandinavian countries and
Russia, and return home " across Northern Asia, Si
beria and Manchouria, to the mouth of the Amoor,
where he will take ship for Oregon or California,
and perhaps visit the Sandsvich Islands. During
his absence he will correspond with the Tribune."
Things are tolerably quiet in Kansas. The Free
State Legislature, which convened at Topeka, on the
4th of July, according to adjournment, was ''dispers
ed" by Col. Sumner of the U. S. Army and a force of
200 troopers, after the manner of Oliver Cromwell.
The Colonel, however, forgot to lock up the Parlia
ment House and take away "the mace," aspthers
did ; and consequently, as soon as he gallopedout of
town, the .Legislature convened again and went at it.
The New York papers severally have published highly
dramatic accounts of the events. Gen. Smith has
since arrived in the Territory, and taken the. chief
command of the army.
The Pacific Railroad. The special Pacific Rail
road Committee have agreed upon a bill, eleven mem
bers concurring, and Gen. Denver, the chairman, will
report it on Monday, if he gets the floor. Three
roads are provided for-one to be built north of the
forty-fourth degree of north latitude, by the Northern
Atlantic and Pacific railroad company, cf which Al
exander Ranisay is President ; one between the CSth
and 44th parallels, to be constructed by an associa
tion of all the roads now chartered and running west
ward through Iowa and Missouri, the junction to be
formed near Fort Kearney, and the single trunk to
run to the navigable waters of the Pacific, in Califor
nia ; and the Southern road is awarded to the South
ern Atlantic and Pacific railroad, of which T. Butler
King is President a new company, associated with
the Atlantic and Pacific railroad company, of Califor
nia, the Texas Western railroad company, and the
Vicksburg and Shrevesport company. This line runs
from.the Mississippi, at some point south of tho ?8th
degree, and runs to San Francisco, with a branch to
San Diego, and with a grant of forty sections of land
to the mile. .
No grant is made for that portion of the road east
of the western boundary of Texas. The northern road
receives forty sections from point to point, seventeen
hundred miles. The middle road receives thirty sec
tions until it reaches California, then ten sections to
its western terminus. The provisions for mail pay arc
Telegraph lines are provided for on each road. The
report of the committee will not be long, but clear and
satisfactory. The bill will be put through without
Fast Presses in nrs United States and Europe.
I learn from the Messrs. Hoe, that the six-cylinder
press, shipped by them to Europe, by the Ericsson,
was for Lloyd's Jlreckly Newspaper, London, and
not for the Times, as lias been stated. The only
mammoth cylinder press in Europe, except the one
above, is a four-cylinder, used by La Patrie, a Paris
newspaper, and has been run by them with great ac
ceptance for several years.
1 he three largest presses in this country are owned
by the Philadelphia Ledger and New-York Sun.
They are eight-cylinder the only ones of the kind
ever constructed, aud will thorw off, combined, sixty
thousand sheets an hour! The Lcdgcrovrns two of these
presses, and the Sun one. The latter journai has,
besides, a four cylinder press, by which means, with
its eight-cylinder, it can strike off thirty-thonsand
sheets an hour. The immense circulation of the
Ledger, however, (the largest of any daily paper in
the world,) would admit of the employment of noth
ing but the fastest presses that could be built, and
hence an order was given to the indefatigable Broth
ers Hoe, who soon exhibited to astonished newsbaper
dom their beautiful and unmatched eight-cylinder, or
their '-Last Fast Press."
The number of six-cylinder presses in the United
States is four ; one of these is used by the New-York
Herald, Tribune and Times, and the fourth by the
Boston Journal. The Herald has also in use two four
cylinders, and the Times and Tribune each one.
There are likewise eleven other four-cylinder presses
in this country, which are owned as follows. Jsew
York Commercial Advertiser, Evening Post, Sunday
Dispatch. Staats Zeitung, Boston Transcript, Times
and Traveler ; Philadelphia Bulletin and Cincinnati
Commercial each one, and the Baltimore Sun two.
The Messrs. Hoe are also now engaged in building
two other four-cylinders one for the Boston Herald,
and the other for the Philadelphia Sunday Dispatch.
The price ofa four-cy Under is $12,500 ; a six-cylinder
;18,000 ; and an eight-cylinder $20,000.' The
former is capable of printing ten thousand impressions
an hour, the six-cylinder fitteen thousand, and the
eight-cylinder twenty thousand. It must be a source
.of great gratification to the Messrs. Hoe, that from
each of the journals which they have furnished with
their fast presses they have received the welcome as
surance that their unwearied labors have been crowned
with the most perfect success, and that the presses fur
nished have, in every instance, given the most un
bounded satisfaction. Cor. V. O. Picayune.
The Governor of South Carolina has ordered a new
election for the 28th inst., and Messrs. Brooks and
Keitt will both, undoubtedly, be sent back to Con
gress this session, without oprxitioii. . "
Martin Kosztn, the Hungarian, has purchased
farm on th Median river, Texas, for which he paid
$9,000. i-..-- ..-V.
II. COADY S: CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchant", Honolulu, S. I. :
"Messrs. Grinwl, Minturn & Co. Wilk-tts V Co., Nevv York,
Hurler, Keith & II ill, I5ost..n, i eiis !irgo A: v o.. A: Miaw &
I Lead, isi:i Francisco, Alsp c C., Valparaiso, V. F. Train
k Co., Mdijoiirn., Wm. Fiu-tan & Co., II :ng Koivr, lUring
Brothers tS; Co., London,
Exchange fi;r sale on trie
Honolulu, July 1, 15G-
DANIEL C. WATER3IAX,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, J?. I. Htferenc?, Messrs. Morgan, Hathaway & Co.,
& Macmidrav & Co., San Francisco: Messrs. 1. II. Green A;
Co., James 11.
Congdou Esq. & V. G.
E. Pope j:.-ri., I
July 1, l$5G-tr
C CST. C. MELCHRHo. tilTST. BUSEtW.
3IETiMIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Ilontdala, Oahu,
S. I. Sii.ie store corner of Ka&iuuuanu anil Merchant sts.
Money advanced uu favoraLle tcrmo for Whalers hills on the
U. S. and Europe. July 1, lS58-'.f
ATjIEX & CO.,
Commission Merchants, dealers in "Ship Chandlery, Hawaiian
x Produce, and General Merchandise, corner of Queen and
Kaaliumanu Sts. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. July 1 , lS5G-tf.
J. C. SPAIjDIXG,
Commisiion Merahant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the U. S. and Europe. Con
signments from abroad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tf
15. "W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. Also
C. Tituomh's Collee Plantation, offers for sale
Hawaiian coffee, in large or small quantities.
C. BREWER 2d,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Money
advanced on favorable terms for bills of Exchange on the
U .S., England, and France. July 1, ISofi-tf
ROIJERT C. JANION",
Merchant and Coumiir-sion Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1 tf
C. A. II. F. POOR,
Shipping and Commission merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Importer and Commission merchant, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
VINCENT GUUXIfcR, . J. J. CABAS AVE,
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
Oahu, S. I.
Agents, and Sldp Chandlers, Honolulu,
July 1, lS55-tf
a. VON 1IOLT.
TH. C. DEUCE.
Von IIOIYT & IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S.
AIjEX. J. CART WRIGHT j
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. July 1, lS56-tf
ERNST KI'.ULL. EDCAIID MOLL.
KRULL & 3IOEI,,
Importers and Commission Mercliants, Kaaliumanu street Ma
kee's block. July 1, lS5G-tf
FEL.DIIEI3I & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants, Queen st. Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. July 1, lS5S-tf
A. P. EVERETT,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. July 1, 1353-tf.
JOIIX TIIOS. WATERIIOUSE
Importer, Wholesale and Retail dealer in generel merchandise.
Whalers and Navy Bills bought and sold. July 1, 1-tf
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S, I.
Ships supplied with refreshments, provisions, &c. at the
shortest notice, on reasonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
July 1, 185G-tf
SAM L. Jf. CASTLE. AMOS. S. COOKE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the large Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. Nicholson, in King street, opo
site the Searaans Chapel. Agents for Br. Jaynes' Medi
cines. July 1, lS5G-tf
ALDR1CII. - C. It. EISUOP.
ALDRICII & BISHOP,
Importers and dealers In general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Island nnxluee bouirht and sold.
Agents for the sale
of the products of the Lihue Plantation.
A. P. EVERETT,
Auctioneer, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. Ju 1-tf
M. C. MONSARRAT,
Auctioneer, Honolulu, Oahu II. I. Jy i tf
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
Tho undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has received the appointment of
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
AGENT FOTT LLOYD'S
The undersignad legs to notify to Merchants, Ship c.wncr3 and
Shipmasters, that he has received the appointment of
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
KRULL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Lubeck Underwriters, Ilonolulu,
Oahu, II. I. July 1, 185G-tf
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwriters. All average claims
against the said Underwriters, occurring in or alout this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
UTAI & AIIEE,
Importers of China Goods, and dealers in general merchandise,
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, and Molasses; King st. Honolulu, Oahu.
. July 1, 1856-tf
" GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lumler Merchant, yard corner of Qaeen and Nuuanu streets on
the Punchard premises. July 1-tf
W. N. LADD,
Importer and dealer in Hardware, Fort st. Ilonolulu. Jy 1-f J
Importer of, and dealer in Wines, Spirits, AI2 and Porter, n;ar
the Tost office Ilonolulu. . - July 1, 1856-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Taints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
SAVIDGE Sc. 31 A V,
Grocers and Provision Merchants and Coffee Roasters, King
street, near the Bethel jujy jt itf
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes cf every
description. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rizging, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
, Trunks, Yalises, Sparring Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Bla;k
ing, Brushes, Hosiery, ic. ka. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu, II. I. ' July 1-tf v
F. L. JONES,
Retail dealer in Dry Goods, ClotKing, kc, corner of Queen and
Nuuanu sts. Honolulu, II. I. - July 1-tf
- .L. FRANCONI,
" Dry Goods and Groceries, Globe Store, King Street.
V ' GEORGE CLARK, --, ,
Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, between Nuuanu and Mauna
keiKtreets, Honolulu, S. I. . ll-tf
! Accountant and general Agent, offers his sen iocs as a Erokr,
in rnnjrinir uj book?, making out and collating accounts,
translminjj frtm :nl into the French nnd Hawaiian lan
pur.tre?, etc., etc. Oilico at the store of Mr. Rhodes, oprsite
Mr. Monsarriit'a Auction lloom. 4-tim.
OJice and Drug S'-ore, Queen Street, near the market. Ship's
Medicine chests refitted and prescriptions c-arofully prepared
under the supervision of LANGIIEilNE. Hot, cold, vapor,
shower and medicated Baths, at all h'jurs. 7-ly
- CIIAS. F. GUIIjIjOU,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician t- sick
American seamen. Office next door to J. C. Spalding
Kaahumauu st.; Residence at the mansion of B. Pitman
Esq. corner of Beretania and Alakea st. Respectfully offers
his professional services to resident families, to Use shipping,
and to strangers generally. Medical end Surgical advice in
Enelish, French, Spanish, and Itaian. Ollice hours from
11 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from 4 to 5 P. M. . Jy 1-tf
At other hours enquire at hb residence.
Physician and Surgeon, office in the nev drag store,
Kaahumanu and Queen svs. Makee's block.
PAUL C. DUCORRON,
Att..ney at Law, Conveyancer and Accountant. 01
of Merchant and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
J. E. CHAMBERLAIX,
Law. Office corner of Pert and Mercnant streets.
Licensed Shipping Agent, office on Reynold's whnrf, foot of Na
uanu Street. The subscriber having had several years ex
perience in the above business, feels confident of giving en
tire satisfaction to all wno may patronise Lim in his line t
C. II. LEWERS,
Carpenter and Lumber Merchant, Fort St. Honolulu.
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufacturer and dealer in Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. Spalding's Honolulu, II.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower BiUhs, Tin and Zinc Roonfig, and a gen
eral assortment of Tin ware. Ship work executed with
neatness aud dispatch. July 1, 1-tf
HONOLULU FAMILY MARKET,
Formerly the Rose Cottage Market, Honolulu, Oahu, IT. 1 The
undersigned would respectfully iuform the Residents and
Ship masters, that they can be supplied with the best Beef,
Pork and Mutton, at his establishment, nearly opposite the
Bethel, at the verjr lowest prices. "Families, Hotels, and
Boarding Houses can be supplied at any time of day with
the best Sausages, Pork,, Sugar Cured Hams, Kc. N. B.
Shipping supplied with Corned Beef, Live Stock and Vegeta
bles at the shortest notice on reasonable terms.
4-tf B. F. HARDER, Proprietor.
W. II. STUART,
Cat 'net maker and Upholsterer, Hotel, near Fort st.
ROBINSON & HUGHES,
Saddle and Harness manufacturers, corner of Fort and Hotel st.
OIILSON &: CO.,
Carriage trimming, Upholstery, and Mattrass manufactory, on
the corner of Fort and Ilvtcl street.
S. C. HILLMAN,
News Agent, Importer and Dealer in American and European
Newspapers, Magazines, and Literature of all kinds. Fort
Street between Merchant aud King Streets. 6-tf.
CIIAS. II. BUTLER, -
Cooper, & Guager, Ilonolulu, Oahu, II. I. Cooperage, Queen
street, directly opposite R. Coady & Co's. new building.
Would inform the public that he is always to be found at his
shop, to give prompt attention to all orders in his Una of
business. He has constantly on hand a large and desirable
stock of Casks, (in shook 3 and otherwise), Barrels, Tubs,
anu otner articles mane to omer. Jie woui.i especially in
vite the attention of masters of the Whaling Fleet, ami other
vessels to the above, and assures them that he will at all
times be prepared to meet their demands, upon the shortest
notice, and most reasonal-le terms.
Honolulu, July 1, 1850-tf
S. IIOFFME YER,
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, ard General
Merchandise, Lahsina, Maui, H. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted on the U. S. and Europe.
Storage. July 1, 1856-tf
WILSON & CO LB URN,
Commission Merchants, Ship Chandlers, and General Agents
Lahaina, Maui, 8. I. Ships furnished with recruits. Wha
lers Bills wanted on the U. S. and Europe. Storage.
July 1, lS5G-tf.
J. F. COLBURN,
Auctioneer, Lahaina, Maui, S.I. July 1, 185G-tf
GILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and General Agents, Lahaina, Maui, S. I.
Ships supplied with recruits, storage and money. Jy 1-tf
G. D. GILMAN,
Auctioneer, Lahaina, Maui, II. I.
Importer, and cheap dealer
- Maui, S. I.
in general mechandise, Lahaina,
July 1, 1-tf
Ship Chandler and dealer in General Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constancy on baud an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh beef, Vegetables, and all kinds f
- Groceries, and Provisions &c. at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 5000 barrels, being near
the landing, and free from thatched buildings.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the U. S. or Europe, for which money
will le advanced on reasonable terms. ,
N. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
sertion. No ardent spirits allowed to le sold
COOPERAGE X COOPERAGE I
The undersigned would inform his friends and residents, that he
. still continues to carry on his business in all its branches at
the eld stand corner of Nuuanu and Marine streets. Ship
Agents and Masters are respectfully invited to call and ex-
amine hi3 large and desirable assortment of Casks, Barrels,
- etc., Orders left at his shop will be executed with dispatch
aud xm the most reasonable terms. II. C. GRAHAM.
N. B. On hand and for sale, 4000 bLl3 Casks. 7-ly .
J. WORTH, .
Dealer in General Merchandise, ndo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, lS56-tf
Attorney and Councillor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery,
Koloa, Kauai. 2-5m
L. GRIFFITH MORGAN. C. S. HATHA WAT. E. F. ST05Z.
. MORGAN, HATHAWAY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, CaL
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye,
A: Swift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnell Mlnturn &
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins & Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. . July 1, 1856-tf.
Commission Merchant, Boston, U. S. . Refer to Jas. MaTxee and
R. W. Wood Esqrs. July 1, lS56-tf
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON OPSUPE
rior quality, juat received and for sale low by
"5-tf. . ALDRICII k BISnOP.
CHINA RICE, FOR SALE BY
July 1, lS56-tf.
B. W. YIELD Z
G. r. JUDD.AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases bf all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Bbcgs and Medicixcs, of the. bct
quality. lie sells also . ' '
Arsenic, strichnine, vera trine, corrosive sublimato, r
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, uux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol. - ' "
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac, '
Writing and marking ink. Sands sarsaparilla,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
' XT Easily found when wanted. 6-tf."
1!JE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
CT, (esthblisL'M lbl-G.) For F:xe and Lifa Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital i.259,7GOt Sterling.
The undcrsigued has been apointed Asrent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE J ANION.
7-tf. ' - ' at Honolulu.
DEPOSIT VAULT. fol
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
receive monies or valuable nrik les of small bulk on deposit
in his vaults (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Treasury.)
These vaults are believed to bo fro proof and safe. For all de
posits, certificates or receipts will be given, and a small charge
made on the withdrawal of the deposit. Strangers and seamen
visiting this port, desirou? ofa place of security for their funds,
will find this deposit an accom uiodation to theia.
Sept. 4, lS56.-10-tf. II. M. WHITNEY,
ONE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair terms. Law Books.
Musi?, Newspapers, &c., bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Boohs, and Blank Books, made to
ordr, officers cf ships can have their Navigation and Log
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at short notice.
Orders may also be loft at II. 31. "WHITNEY'S Book
store, Ilonolulu. SAMUEL RUSSELL
July 1, 1850.tf-
TIIE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture ah kinds of machinery, mill gearing, windt
lass gearing, ship forgings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils &c. oa hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's cnl for sale. - -
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either hcrse or water power.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
Sua A XI CURED II A MS, & TONGUES, Smoked
Beef. Smoked Herrings, Loaf, Crushed, and Raw Sugar,
Patras CuC&nts, Muscatell Raisins, Citrort Peel, Fresh F'gs,
Fresh Dates, Bottled Fruits, Jams, Scotch Marmalade, Pickles,
Dnrham Mustard, Sardines, Sperm Candles, Water Crackers,
Fancy Biscuits, Carolina aud China Rice, Fresh ground Pepper,
Spiocs, Colman's Stone Blue, Salad Oil, Sauces.
Superior Oolong Teas, Fine flavored Coffee, whole or ground
and packed in tins f:r Ships use.
The above will be found fresh au of excellent quality.
July 1, 1-tf SAV1DGE & MAY.
MERCHANT'S EXCHANGE HOTEL,
E. CUTRELL& G. PETERSON, Propri-
etors, Merchant Street. Thankful for the liberal tat.
ronage they have hitherto enjoyed, Messrs. Cutrell and Peter
son would continue to solicit the attention of their friends and
the public in general to their establishment, which they have
spared neither pains ncr expenee to render the .most popular
place of resort in Honolulu. Their bar is continually supplied
wim me cnoicest wines, liquors, aim cigars.
Their 'billiard saloon is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
is under the sale charge of Mr. II. K. Swope, whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee cf hi3 future success in cater
ing in this particular department for the amusement of the citi
zens of Ilonolulu. 3-tf
POLYNESIAN DAGUERREAN ROOMS.
MERCHANT STREET OVER THE OF
FICE of the u Pacific Commercial Advertiser." Thank
ful for the liberal patronage he has hitherto, enjoyed, Mr. B.
would solicit the attention of the public to his new Gallery where
he will take pictures at all hours of the day, anu in any weather.
July 1, lS5G-tf.
THE UNDERSIGNED, formerly doing business op
posite the Custom House, would inform the public, that
he has taken the stand lately occupied by Capt. Brown, near
the ice house, where he would be happy to receive their orders.
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merit a continuance of tL9
same. July 1, 6m , HENRY SMITH.
THE OfcD WINE AND SPIRIT STORE,
OPPOSITE THE CUST03I HOUSE, under Mr.
A. P. Everett's Auction room.
HENRY ROBINSON begs to call the attention of his friends and
the public generally, to his large and complete stock of Wines,
Ales, and Liquors, which are all of the best quality, and which
he will sell at a very small advance on the cost pric. -BRANDY
in hhds., Martells dark. '
Pale, very fine.
in quarter casks.
GIN in pipes, (Swan Brand.)
" u cases, genuine holland 9.
SHERRY &; PORT AV I NE3 just received by" the
AGNES GARLAND, tine wines bottled In London.
ALE Sc PORTER in pints and quarts.
' Barrels of Draught Ale.
CLARET, Champagne, Hock, Sauterne and other light
wines. - -
LIQUEURS. Absynth, Cherry Cordial, old Jamaica Rum
MOXOXGAIIELA and Bourbon County whiskey, very
old and fine. - Honolulu. July 1, 1-tf
HENRY RHODES, -
IMPORTER OF "WINES AND SPIRITS,
offers for sale at the lowest market rates,
Ilhds and Qr Casks Brandy, various brand3
Sherry and Port Wine in Qr Casks -
Sherry and Tort Wine in Cases of on? dozen each
Brandy do do do
Hollands & old Tom Gin do do , do ,;,.
., Monongahela Whiskey do ' do do
si-scotch Whiskey do . do do
Cherry Brandy do do do
Champagne, Stoughton'3 Bitt?r3, Curacoa, etc., etc. '
Ale and Porter of the best London brands n pints and quart.
July 1, lS56-tf. . " -
CONTRACTOR & BUII5DER.
HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public that he has resumed his car
penter business, at the old stand on Kingst. 'All orders attended
to with promptness and dispatch in the various branches cf
business. "- - - -
Plans, specifications, and estimates drawn to order. - : -On
hand and for sale, pannel doors, sash door3, sashes, glazed
and unglazed window and door blind?, &c, kc.
July 1, 1-tf CHARLES W. TIN CENT.
BIRD SEED. 100 lbs. fresh Canary seed.
60 lbs. fresh Hemp Seed. ' For sa'e in 1 lb. and $ lb.
packages. ' II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, July 1 1-tf r '
NOTICE THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD
inform his friends and the- public generally, that he has
taken the stand lately occupied by C. W. Tinctnt, King street
where he intends carrying on he carpentering business in all its
branches. Jobbing done at the shortest notice. A share of pa
tronage i3 solicited. , (1-tf) GEORGE MILLER.
J L. BLASDELL,
AS re-pened his Carpenter Shop at the old stand, on the
corner of King and Alakea sts- where be nopes, toy Btnct
attention, to share the public patronage. . , July 1, 1-tf
BOORS. FEET BY 8 FEET, 2 INCHES
thick ; 3 feet by 7 feet, 11 inches thick ; 2 feet 8 Inche
by 6 feet 8 Inches, li inches thick. - For sale by -
A. P. EVERETT.
M ARD WARE, nOLLOWWARIVc EARTHENWARE
for sale, by Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
SO TONS SUPERIOR BROWN
C3 Sugar in hlf bbls ami 50 tons in mats, for sale by
mats, for sale by - -ALDRICH
JUST ARRIVED PER CEYLON."
1 dor?n solid mahogany marble top bureaus with mirrors,
Forwtht by (sUt) W II. STUART.
jflORN MEALf FOR SALE BY
L 5-i - E KEMP, Hotel Svca