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AT THE HONOLULU DAGCEIUIEAN GALLERY.
Photographic Pictures on Glass and Paper !
THE UNDERSIGNED, having recently returned
from a visit fciaii Francisco, takes pleasure i.i informing
the puUio that he lias introduced and is now prepared to exe
cute those splendid and permanent pictures on glass, well
known as the
And that, with several sets of NEW INSTRUMENTS, of the
most celebrated makers, together with a well constructed sky
light, he is emiMed to takeAniltrotyies, Stereoscopes, Dagur
reotyie and all kinds of Photographic Pictures, in a superior
manner jind in any weather.
PHOTOGRAPHS ON PAPER, of persons, views of residences,
ships, parts of the city, kc, which may be sent to absent friends
by letter, taken by the dozen or half dozen.
Also, on hand, a great variety of cases and frames, of .the
latest styles. , oi , , . , . ,
Daguerreotype Instruments and Stock for salt?, and instruc
tions in the art given to persons ue&iroua i 1 isiim; uiiurr iui;.b
Honolulu, Oct. 1st., 1S5G.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
instructed by His Excellency the Minister of the Interior to
cntinue the overland Mail Carriers throughout the Kingdom,
Notice is hereby given that hereafter Mail Carriers will be dis
patched as below :
On Kacai. Leaving Mr. VTidemann's store every Tuesday
inorninjr for Ilanalei, returning "Wednesday.
Leaving Nawiliwili every Thursday morning for Ivoloa, Hana-pej-e
and Waimea returning Fridays.
Ox Oaiic. The day of departure of the Government Mail
Carrier on Oahu is Thursday of each week, leaving the Post
oCiee punctually at 9 A. M., returning Saturdays.
Ox Maci. The mail-carrier will leave the Pfst-ofllce, Lahaina
every Tuesday Morning, and passing tliroujrh Wailuku and Ka
hului, reach Makawao about 6 P. M. At 7 A. M., Wednesday,
he will leave Mr. Spencer's Store, which will be the Post-office
for that district, and passing through Kula, Torbertsville and
Kalepolepo, return to Lahaina on Wednesday night or Thursday
Mails on Hawaii.
The Mail-Carrier between Kawaihae and Hilo will leave Capt.
Law's Store at Kawaihae every THURSDAY, anl returning
leave B. Pitman's Stre in Hilo every MONDAY.
A Mail-Carrier leaves Captain Law's Store at Kawaihae for
Kailua aud Kealakeakua the first and third THURSDAY in
each month, and leaves Capt. Cumings' Store at Kealakeakua
the first and third TUESDAY of each month.
Between Hilo and Kau, the Mail will be sent every fortnight,
leavin31r. Pitman's Store at Hilo, the first and third MONDAY
of each month, and leaving Mr. Shipman's residence at Kau, the
first and third THURSDAY of each month.
The Mail-Carriers throughout the kingdom will be allowed to
carry small packages, otlier than letters and papers, subject to
such charges as may be fixed on hereafter.
July 1, 1856-tf. JOSEPH JACKSON, Tost-Master.
AND FOR SALE, BY C. H. LEWERS,EX
" GLENCOE," from the Tekalet Mills, a splendid assort
ment of Oregon boards, timber and scantling,
as follows ,
37,000 feet rough boards 1 inch,
20,000 " planed 1 inch boards,
8 000 " a suitaiue ror strong si-ung ooarus,
4,110 feet 1 inch plank,
6,000 feet, 2 inch plank,
" 6xf "
" Gx4 "
I'u-kets and Laths.
Dailv expected per " CEYLON?
40,000 feet Eastern pine boards, suitable for house finiihing,
C0,000 American pine claplwarJs, planed and jointed,
IUOjUOVI oest buaeu ium; tiuui suuijks,
C. WATERMAN HAS ON HAND AND
& nflVr fur sale, at the lowest market rates.
Urimo nnl M-j liivf .V- IWW. Tobacco, choice btands.
A 4 uuu -J ' - - 7 " J 7
Anchors and Chains, general ass'mt whalers slop Clothing,
White and mixed patent Blankets,
China Matting, yd wide, white Pongee Ildkfs,
Green and black Tea.
"Wines Sc Liquors, in !ond and in store, viz :
Brandy, octa '3 "Dennis Maurice," "Pinet, Castillon k
Co.," and other fine brands.
Old Jam. Rum, in casks, cases Gin ; Champagne ;
iviuterne in cask k glass ; Hock-, Claret ; Cordials ;
Boker's "WormwiMxl, and English Bitters in cask & glass ;
Rum Shrub; Ras!erry Syrup; Congress Water ;
Demijohns Vinegar, &c, &c. 12-tf
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE,
CARGO OF CILPPER BARK A VERIT
AS days from Liverpool, consisting of every description of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Saddlery,
Liquors, Ship C landlery, Ac, usually iiujKrted.
Bert old faslauqexl English yellow soap.
Splendid genuine lxttled ale and porter,
A few br rrels real Martell brandy,
Port and Sherry wine, of different qualities,
Scotch v hisky, Bucellos, slates, anchors and chains,
Assorted iron, !est hoop iron, sheet lead,
Large ad small iron gates aud gate posts,
5 garden rollers, 5 iron wheelbarrows, kc, kc.
ROBERT C. JANI0N.
llonoluln, Oct. 1, 1S5G. 14-tf
MR. AND MRS. THRUM having taken the man
agement of the Hove, would respectfully call the atten
tion of Ship Masters and Owners of vessels to the facility of the
Hume, where their crews can be accommodated with comfortable
board by the lay or week, with lodgings if required, while their
vessels may lw undergoing repairs. Officers can be accommo
dated at a private table, and with private sleepinff-rooms.
Mrs. Thhcjc would take this opportunity to acknowledge the
Tery lileral patronage she has received while conducting a pri
vate Boarding House, and would respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same at her private Boakd and Rkfeesumunt Rooms
OU 1U:Ui4 -Strevt.
O" Meals at all hours. Soup from 12 till 2 T.M.
Private Rooms to let, neatly furnished. 14-4m
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT, comprising the
following arioty :
Crates containing white Granite Plates (soup and dining)
Do. do. Preakfast do., do. do. Soup Tureens,
Blue do. do., white do. Sugar Bowls,
Do. do. Covered Butter Dishes, do. do. Chambers,
" " Hdld. Coffee Cups, Harrington Pitchers,
Toilet sets, complete, white Granite Bakers,
Do. do. Dishes, assorted sizes,
Yellow Iron-stone Nappies, extra large size,
Cut and pressed Tumblers and Wine Glasses, Goblets,
Britannia and plated Tea and Coffee Pots,
Mugs, quart, pint, and half-pint Bowls,
For sale low by (74-tf) J.C.SPALDING.
OR SALE KY THE UNDERSIGNED
12 Half-piies superior Holland Gin, pine-apple braud,
60 Cases tlaret Vtine, " Jlaut Xalance,"
3 libls. Rmn,
1 Puncheon fine old Jamaica do.
3 Bbls. pure Spirits,
For sale at lowest market prices by
14-tf J. C. SPALDING.
NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED INTEND
openinjr an office on or about the first of Septem!er, on
the corner ef Nuuanu and Queen street, adjoining the Auction
Room of A. P. Everett, Esq., for the pirpose of shipping seamen,
and hope, from past experience in, and strict attention too, to
solicit a share of the public patronage. Men procured at the
hsortest notice. JAMES GRAHAM,
13-tfui WILLIAM A. MA.HKIIAM.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, FROM
Fast Maui and Koloa Plantations, in quantities to suit, for
eaieby (3-tf) II. IIACKFELD & Co
J. C. SPAIiMCJ,
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT LOWEST MAR
KET PRICES, balance of Merchandise imported per
" CEYLON," viz. t
Cases Suffolk blue drills, bales Slatersville denims,
" Men's sewed goat and calf peg'd brogans,
" Native women's shoes,
Ilhds. butter in brine, in 20b kegs,
Cases of Eastern dairy cheese, half-bbls. hide poison,
" of green corn and peas in tins, saddlery, assorted,
Rolls of 1 inch lead pipe, a complete variety of hardware,
100 Kegs assorted nails,
50 Bolts Boston cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Cases of German glass, 8 x 10, 10 x 12, 12 x 14, 17 x 12,
Oars from 12 to IS feet, cases denim frocks and pants,
Cases common California wood-seat chairs,
" fine cane seat do., do. common "
" assorted Grecian do., do. French top do.,
White lead, pure, extra and No. 1,
Boiled oil and spirits turpentine,
Black, green and yellow paint, assorted paint-brushes,
Putty and French yellow, carpenter's tools of all varieties,
Cutlery, &c, Sec. 14-tf
IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS,
MAS RECEIVED, PER LATE ARRIVALS,
the largest and best selected stock of Spirits ever offered
MONONG AHELA WHISKEY, in kegs and barrels, cx Ceylon
CHERRY BOUNCE, in 1 doz. cases,
STOUGHTON'S BITTERS, in pints and quarts,
DUNBAR'S STOMACH 3ITTERS, ditto,
CLARETS OF VARIOUS BRANDS,
in pints and quarts, just received ex Emma.
HOCK, " " " "
SPARKLING HOCK, in pints, " "
" MOSELLE, " " "
SIIEKRIKi4, pale and golden, in qr. casks,
FINE OLD DRY MADEIRA, " "
MAKTELL'S BRANDY, (very fine) do.
REAL OLD SCI1E1DAM GIN, in cases, of very superior quahty
GENUINE OLD SCOTCH WHISKY, in 1 doz. cases, ex Emma.
rnr Which he offers for sale low, at his Store, near the Post
POST OFFICE NOTICE. The following are the
rates of postage chargeable at this Office on all pre-paid
Letters sent to
: s tc -3 3
6c. 12c. 17c 32c
5 6 11 16
5 5 10 18
5 12 17 32
5 22 27 52
5 52 57 1 12
5 17 22 42
5 31 36 70
5 2S 33 64
5 32 37 72
5 39 44 86
5 22 27 62
5 46 51 100
5 6 11 16
5 25 50
5 I 5 10
United States, East,
San Francisco city, will pay
Inland Cal, Oregon, and Utah Ter,
Mexican Torts, -Panama,
Valparaiso, and S Amer Republics,
Canada, and Brit North Am Prov
Gt Britain, Ireland, and Scotland
France - - - - -Bremen,
Hamburg & German States,
Russia, Finland, &c - " -British
West Indies (not British)
Australian Colonies, (via San Fran)
Azores, or Western Islands,
All ports in the Pacific, when sent
direct from this office,
jrAll letters for places marked above with a star, () must
be. pre-paid, or they will not be forwarded, but will be returned
to the writer, if known.
Dotble letters must in all cases pay the double rates as
O Newspapers must be prepaid 3 cents to California or the
United States, and 5 cents to Europe.
N. B. It is desirable that all letters for the United States
should le prepaid, by stamps, which can be procured at this
Office. Tivelve cents in American stamps, and y?i'e cent in
Hawaiian stamps, pay the whole iostageou a single letter to any
part of the United States East: and persons mailing letters are
recommended to procure the stamps and put them on tbeir let
ters, which will prevent such letters leing charged with postage
a second time when delivered at their destination.
JOSEPH JACKSON, Post Master.
ON HAND A7JD JUST RECEIVED PER
clipper ship "CEYLON."
Setts fine acct bo jks, Portfolios with and without locks.
All kinds & sizes Mem books. Bankers cases & wallets of all
Tuck mem bo iks every variety, sizes and variety,
Log btoks all size, Pencil leads,
Ruled and unruled cap paper, Slate Pencils,
" " letter paper,Sealliig wax several varieties,
Fancy, plain, Jk ruied note pa per, Brass jn-ns for red ink,
Broad .and narrow lull pa Tier, llound K Hit ebony a mohog-
Letter Clips bronze, gilt & board,
Printed & blank receipt books,
Tin paper cutters,
Boxwood sand boxes,
Tissue paper of all colors,
Red and white blotting paper,
Post Office envelope paper,
Blue laid d -cumeut paper,
Legal cap paper,
Red lead pencils,
Drawing w several kinds,
Letter copying ImjoSvs,
Inkstands patent screw tops, Sz
several other kinld.
Ink black, blue, red, carmine, Physicians visiting lists,
copying and indelil. Je, Patent ink ami pencil erasers,
Steel pens, including Hunts, Port moniaes a variety,
Hinks and Wells, Damascus, Invoice fiies,
Albata, & a dozen other var.Monxrco cigar cases,
Cards of every variety,
School copy books many kinds,
ntsi. argo books printed,
Envelopes a great variety,
Wafers fancy and c mnum,
Penholders a great variety,
Boxes water colors,
Cases Mathematical instrum
Ivory "and cocoa handled erasers Flat copying brushes,
Red Tape, Blanks of all kinus,
Linen and office twine, Shipping papers,
Ivory & boxwood letter stamps, Nautical almamtcs 1S57,
Gummed Lawyer's seals, Thermometers of various sizes,
Round & fiat paper weights, India rubier bands for filing pa
Wrapping pajer of all vark ties, lers,
Drawimr paper imperial & ryal,Boxwoodand Metal wafer stands,
Enamelled pajn-r assorted colors, Vesta matches and boxes.
Gold balance for Am. coin, ' ,
July, 1S56 1-tf II. 31. WnrTNEY.
NGLISIt, French, German, and Chinese silks. The most
complete assortment ever offered. For sale bv
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
UPERIOR BLACK TEA, FOR SALE JIY
JUST RECEIVED, PER JOIIN DUXLiP"
from Hilo, 100 Specimens LAY A, for sale at the Honoluln
ORAL STONES 3,000 LARGE SIZED
trimmed coral stones, for salo low. For particulars
Apply at this office. 10-tf.
AW All AN BEEF, p:tckeI by Messrs Spencer and
L Louzada. Waimea. Hawaii, constantly on hand and f.ir
sale by 2-tf A. P. EVERETT.
CLOTHING FOR SALE. The undersigned have
always on hand an assortment of German mo.i rwMn-
T . , , au o uuieren; styles
Jalyl, 1-tf Y0N
HOLT & KEUCK.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CHINA
crape Shawls, French, German and China Silks. For sale
(3-tf) II. IIACKFELD & CO.
IjI.iIf--d.SMALL LOT OF THIS
i,jr sare by to-tf.) A. 1. EVERETT.
C0,? SUpERIOR QUALITY, from the
lianaiei plantation. For sale bv
llonolulq luiy8. 1S56j '
2TOOO SXXrBAGS-FRSALE BY
W J-tf A. P. EVERETT.
CJPERM CANDLES, FOR SaEFbT
- U- HACKFELD & CO.
WFH1TOU WaXT IOXG BOOKS Cap at
fn S- C. HILLMAN'S
IJf1 Groceries, English Soap, for sale by
R0? MSTRES, & CELLARS TO LET,
App!yt? V.GRENIER. S-tf
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
CARGO OF BARQUE "AVERY," 380
tons per register, one year old, sailed from Liverpool Mav
34th. A complete assortment of STAPLE and FANCY DRY
GOODS, selected expressly for this market in London, Blanches
ter, Glasgow aud Paris.
An assortment of English GROCERIES of the best quality.
EARTHENWARE, ilOLLOW-WARE AND SADDLERY.
A large assortment of HARDWARE of superior quality,
amongst which are
Superior garden spades, garden rollers, sheet lead,
Warranted anvils, sledge hammers, steeled crowbars,
Hose uail.', vut nails, cut tacks, cooler's rivets,
Brass headed nails, tin plates, best Chillingtou hoop iron,
Iron wire, coinisition sheathing nails,
Copper tacks, boot nails,
Jarge and small iron gates with iron pillars,
Tk1s of all kiuds, wheel barrows, coffee mill3,
Table knives and forks, carvers, steels, scions,
Electro plated spoous, a cask of assorted lumps.
Also a long list, but few of each, of small articles and KNICK
KNACKS often euquired for, but too numerous to particularise.
Assorted packages of them will be sold at a small advance.
Pniiit:, Oils and Varnishes.
Amcfaors ami Chains,
Alscp's India Ale, (warranted A. 1.)
Byass' do do
Meakim's do do
Pinns do do
Barclay & Perkins' stout
Geneva, Old Tom gin, Scotch whiskey, port win,
Sherry wine, best brandy, medium brandy,
Sherry in quarter casks, champagne, Bucellas.
Hops, Firs Bricks, Steam Coal,
Blacksmith's Coal, Slatks.
All of which will be sold to arrive, in large parcel at th very
lowest advance on home prices. (9-tf) ROBERT C. J ANION.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. WHEREAS BV
an instrument bearing date June loth., 1S56, the firm of
CYRUS W. JONES & CO., made an assignment of all their
property to the undersigned, all parties who have any claims
on said firm are hereby requested to lecome parties to said Deed
of Assignment, and all iersons indebted to them, ae requested
to make immediate payment to D. C WATERM N
July 1, lS56.-tf. . 'Assignee.
SAVIDCJE & MAY
AVE JUST RECEIVED PER mTTTT,Ti
M.JL ship " CEYLON," a very useful assortment of groceries
consisting sugar cured hams, prime cheese, cod fish, herrings'
fresh oysteri, fresh salmon, dried apples, raisins, citron, pulver
ized cruah sugar, pearl sago, wine biscuits.
Fresh butter, soda, and water crackers, French plums in clas
jars suitable for families.
In addition to their usual well selected stock. 8-tf.
DYERS' HEALING EMBROCATION,
BTOR EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL USE.
.a- It is a perfect pain destroyer, and an invaluable remedy
for Rheumatism, Cuts, Wounds, Pain in the Side, Back and
Limbs, Lumbago, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds, Swellings, Ague,
Cramp, etc. For cuts and wounds it is superior to any other
preparation j it will afford immediate relief in scalds or burns j
and for pains or weakness in any part of the system, it win give
oertain relief in a very little time. For sale at retail by traders
throughout the Islands. For sale wholesale at Honolulu by
July 1, lS5G-tf. B. W. FIELD.
Honolclc, Sept. 25th, 1856.
nnilE SUBSCRIBERS I2AVE THIS DAT
A. entered into a Co-partnership under the name and style of
C A. WILLIAMS & CO., for the transaction of a general Ship
ping and Commission business. . C. A. WILLIAMS,
13-41 ALFIJSD MITCHELL,
A?rJStFiA25 HAWAIIAN BEEF,
Warranted. For tale by (13-tf) P. FOLGEr!
IVEW GOO$ ! ! !
HALL HAS JUST RECEIVED A
large assortment of Goods, among which may be found
Hardware ami Tool.
Assorted brick trowels, do plastering do, pat. charcoal irons,
Keith's C. S. spades, friction rollers and cranks,
Hunts handled axes, kegs wrought nails,
Fairbanks .platform scales, counter do,
Green Mountain State stoves, Nos 2, 3 and 5. complete with
Furniture, reels lead pipes, J inch, 1 inch and 1 i inch,
Axe handles, brass, iron, and copper wire, fire bellows,
Marking and mortise gouges, scratch awls,
Steel and iron squares, tape lines, dog collars.
Braces aud bitts, jacket lamps, thirty inch rip saws,
Compass saws, planters hoes assorted, trace chains,
Halter do, wheelwrights braces, assorted skew rabbits, .
Assorted plows and center beads, cross cut saw setts,
Horse shoe nails, hand vises, graduated ship augers,
Finished stop cocks, assorted door locks,
Assorted iron and brass screws, assorted mill saws,
Square and taper files, horse rasps, coopers dowel bitts,
Turning gouges and chisels, Hindostan oil stone,
Washita do, brass wire cloth, lamp shears,
Lever rim locks plated mtgs, Tidgewell's try squares,
Screw spoke shaves, packing and sail needles,
Assorted Nos shot, welded head bedscrews, 8 in and 6 in,
Wood saws, house and ship adzes, kegs cut nails, a l sizes,
Bars and bundles Swedes iron, assorted sizes,
Bundles nail rods, boxes tin, American sheet iron,
Russia do, native spades. Eagle plows, Nos 2, 3 and 4,
Extra points for do, bundles refined round iron, J to 1 inch,
Handled socket firmer chisels, etc.. etc.
Boon nn (I Shoes, Dry Goods and Fancy Goods,
HnfM, Cap, etc.
Mens' roan slippers, opera do, ladie3 kid slippers,
Mens' kip half welt brogans, womens' sewed calf buskins,
Imitation goat J. L. buskins, silk gaiters, white Ehirts,
Bales brown drills, caes blue drills, do bleached sheetings,
White flannel, gauze do, yellow do, red do,
French linen handkerchiefs, Bay State long shawls,
Rolls paper cambric, embroidered curtains,
All wool delaines, white and brown working canvass,
" Boys half hose, ladies and misses hose,
Methuen and Cheshire denims, bales wick, chintz lawn,
Jackonets, Ladies silk bonnets, ladies nett and lace do,
Florence edge do, boys New England caps,
Wheelbarrows, heavy handcarts, bottle corks,
Grecian seat chairs, single and double high post bedsteads
Market baskets, Manila door mats, yardsticks,
lixtra and common W. W. brushes, floor do, dust do,
Brass and hair sieves, Slu?ker table mats, mops,
Wood Faucets, panel doors, glazed sashes, leathern trunks,
Hair matresses, feather pillows, saddle bags,
Dray and buggy harness, harness leather, French calf skins,
Oak tanned sole leather, belting leather, bridle do,
Manila rope, small, glue, stove polish, curled hair,
Emery bags, shot, guns, Colt's revolvers, 5 and 6 inch,
Nutmeg graters, oats, etc., etc, eow 8-23.
Boys fancy embroidered do, boys navy caps,
Boys brown and black wide awake hats,
Boys flat brim hats, mens' brown wide awake hats,
Mens' brown Hungarian hats, claret colored do,
Smoke colored do, black do, black fur do,
Brown Senator do, Grenada hats trimmed,
Mens' navy caps. Taffeta ribbons assorted, rich fringe,
Alger braids, velvet fringe, gimps, fancy braid, silk do.
Cit-oh do, worsted do, ribbons, fancy dress button,
Rich gloss do, velvet red do, pearl curtain do, oil silk,
Muslin sleeves, lace do, Swiss collars, lace collars,
Cambric do, Tarlton do, superior brown hose,
Superior fancy do, fine Merino do, riding guantlets,
Neapolitan do, short French mitts, long French do,
Extra fine binding, lace veils, long do, black silk edgings,
Assorted light printed shawls, plain center do, black crajie,
Diaper toweling, Huckaback do, hair seating, curtain fringes,
Mourning lawns, liobbinett lace, silk boot lacets assorted,
Fancy J. N. buttons, gilt silk do, black silk do,
Mourning sleeves, Swiss do, linen tapes, cotton cord,
Coats spool cotton, mens' black silk gloves, etc., etc.
Crockery and Glassware.
Pitchers, ewers and basins, blue print and C, C. chambers,
C. C. bed pans, assorted stone nappies, as'd rocker bakers,
Assorted spittoons goblets, glass tumblers pints,
Solar shades, gloles and chimnies all sizes,
Breakfast and soup plates, solar lamps, do hanging lamps,
Mine lamps, braided lamp wicks, solar wicks,
Plated castors, brittauia do, brittania coffee and teapots,
Brittania kettle urns, plated full top urns, ect., cte.
Paints nnd Oils.
Boiled linseed oil, cases French yellow, do chrome yellow,
Cans ground white zinc, kegs do do do, Vandyke brown,
Ground bar umber, ground verdigris, Tierra de Lienna,
Imperial green, Boston pure lead, Fairmount (Phila) pure
Lead, loxes assoited wii dow glass, pkgs gold leaf,
Pkgs silver do, sash tool, wire liound paint brushes,
Common do, varnish do, cans turpentine, 1,2, 3,4 and 5
gallons, etc., etc.
Kegs Goshen butter, sperm candles, currants,
Water crackers, sugar do, wine do, nutmegs,
Winchester's No 1 soap, pickles, pic fruits, cloves,
Crushed sugar, pulverized do, brown do, coffee, tea,
Saleratus, sup carb soda, cream tartar, leeswax,
Table salt, mustard, ground lepper, vinegar, etc., etc.
FIRE PROOF ROOFS.
TARREN'S FIRE AND WATER PROOF
Roofs have established for themselves in .New England
and the Canadas a reputation second to none. They have been
much longer in use in the Middle and Western States, and testi
monials from various parts of the Union, admit their superiority
over all other roofs.
They have been used upon Dwelling Houses of the first class,
Ware Houses, Railroad Depots, and Manufacturies, and have
been pronounced by Architects, Builden Jind others who have
a knowledge of their merits, to be of greater durability, and to
be possessed of fire and water resisting properties, to an extent
beyond that of any Roof now in use.
These Roofs require an inclination of only one inch to the foot.
They can be uscl for a promenade and for drying purposes ;
and are made available in case otjire to adjoining buildings.
The materials of which these Roofs are composed, are not
affected by changes of temperature. '
The cost is less than that of any other Fir.; Proof Roof how hi
use, nnd even that of a shingled Roof. These Hoofs are not
affected by the jar of machinery ; ami iu case of injury, no Roof
is so easily and quickly repaired.
The CorMration of the City of Montreal, Canada, have by a
special By-Law, made an exception in favor of Warren Roofs,
to the Law prohibiting the erection of buildings in the C'ify.
And numerous other testimonials from Builders, Insurance Oiri
cers, Railroad Corporations and others, which attest the snjie
riority of this Roofing over all others ir cheapness, efficiency,
and durability combined, may be seen at th-i Counting Room of
C. BREWER 2d. For sale by
(13-tf) . J. F. B. MARSHALL.
IjX. HAM. BRIG "EMMA" FROM HAM
A Bl'RG, for sale at the store of the undersigned, consisting
partly of the following articles :
Cases 9-8 Ginghams, plain, white and dotted Muslins,
Blk Alpacca, and Paramatta, Irish linen Drill,
Silk Corahs, do Cravats, plain colored and checkered Silk,
Ui Jer ehirts, Drawers, ladies' Hose,
Fancy, brown & mix'd socks, blue navy caps & covers, &c.
A well selected assortment of
FRESH PRESERVES, in cases of two doz. each, viz :
Game, Meats and Soups, Bolopnas,
Liver Sausage and hlack Puddings,
Jams, Jellies, &c.
Fresh Eng. Mustard, i and lb. bottlea
Ass'd drops and Lozenges,
A small lot of lijrht and heavy CLOTHING,
A few of the new style MOSS PICTURES.
13-tf Vox HOLT t IIEUCK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PUR
CHASED the St.Krk of SHIP CHANDLERY lately
owned by Capt. James Makee, would respectfully announce to
the residents of Honolulu anil Captains of vessels touching at
this port, that he is prepared to do a Ship Chandlery and Gen
eral Commission Business, and solicits a share of the public
patronage. (13-tf) PETER F0LGER.
NCHORS, CHAINS, CORF AGE, Jtc.
75 Coils Manilla, 11 to 41 inch,
60 " Russia tarred Roj, 2$ to 7 do.,
6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 lbs.,
3 Chain Cables, It inch, 70 fathoms each,
5 of best pattern Ships' Cabooses, patent of 1S55,
15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
For sale low by (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING.
PILOT AND NAVY BREAD.
T,BS. BEST PILOT AND
NAVY BREAD for sale br
1-tf ' C. A. & II. F. POOR.
NOT I C E. ALL MEMBERS OF THE R.
II. Ag. Society, who had cash premiums awarded them at
the last Fair, will please call for the same previous to the 1st of
September. GEO. WILLIAMS,
6-9t. . Treasurer
OORS. 4 FEET BV 8 FEET, 2 INCHES
thick ; 3 feet by 7 feet, 1 J inches thick ; 2 feet 8 inches
by 6 feet 8 inches, 1J inches thick. For sale by
6-tf. A. P. EVERETT.
PARIS MADE JBPOTS AND SHOES-For eale
by JI. IIACKFELD CO.,
14-3 Fort street.
NEW GOODS Fringes, gimpc, cords and tassels, vel
vets, velvet ribbons, thread edgings, insertions.
For sale by
14-3 II. IIACKFELD & CO., Fort street.
EMBROIDERED LACE DRESSES Embroi
dered uioining robes, embroidered chemisettes, collars and
sleeves, For sale by
14-3 II. IIACKFELD k CO., Fort street.
PORTE MONAIES New and beautiful styles, new
and beautiful styles of reticules.
For sale by
14-3 II. HACKFELD & CO., Fort street.
OBBINS, STAY LACES, PIPING CORD
Elastics, and any quantity of other small fixings,
For sale by
II. IIACKFELD & CO., Fort street.
PIANO FOOT STOOL& ForsaleV
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
4-3 Fort Btreet.
ARDWARE, HOLLO WWARE, k EARTTIENWARE
ILL PAPER, LETTER AND CAP PA-
. B.-W. FIELD
OFFERS FOR SALE, OF MERCHANDISE
received by late arrivals from the United States, the fol
lowing named articles :
Muslin de Laines, Fancy Lawns, Turkey Red Chintz,
India Satin, Corah Hdkfs, Chrome orange Print, green do,
Fancy prints, blue Drills, blue Flannel, orange Sheeting,
Sattinets, green Sheetings, Irish Linen, Swiss mull checks,
White and grey Blanket, Madras Hdkfs.
WHITE WOOL SHIRTS,
WHITE WOOL DRAWERS,
FANCY CALICO s II I UTS,
BRO. DRILL DRAWERS,
WHITE DRILL DRAWERS,
STRIPED WOOL SHIRTS,
WOMEN'S COTTON HOSE,
GREY WOOLEN SHIRTS,
GREY WOOL DRAWERS,
LINEN CHECK SHIRTS,
RED FLANNEL SHIRTS,
BLUE FLANNEL SHIRTS,
RED FLANNEL DRAWER3.
Bars ass'd iron,
- Casks sad irons,
Cast steel hoes,
Enamel blk & drab cloth, pirth web, brass spurs, .
Rein web, silver spurs, girth buckles, bridles, horse brushes
Hog skin saddles, fancy saddle cloths, 6tirrup irons.
Tin'd fry pans,
Sauce puns, ass'd.
Sheaths k belts.
Ass'd paint brushes,
Pr?served green gages, yellow bank tobacco,
Split peas, table salt, loaf, crushed and granulated sugar,
Pickles, tomato ketchup, No, 1. soap,
Mustard, ground pepper, lemon syrup, China rico,
S. I. sugar, S. I. coffee, chemical olive eoap.
Baltimore cane seat chairs,
Cane seat oak chairs,
Children's rocking chairs,
Children's arm chairs.
Children's willow chairs,
Oval cane seat chairs,
BOOTS &z SHOES.
Heavy calf boots, Heavy brogans,
Pump solo do Womens shoes,
Sicily Madeira Wine, Rochelle Brandy,
Duff Gordon sherry, .Bourbon Whiskey,
Old Amontilado Sherry, Mcnongahela Whiskey, Am.Brandy,
WOLF'S AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS,
LONG IVOR TITS SPARKLING CATAWBA WINE.
" DRY " 44
Manila Cheroot?. No. 2, toy pails, Dimond spittoons,
Casks cement, wheelbarrows, wine phisses, hand carts,
Blacking, goblets, horse baskets, cedar churns,
French p'llows, red precipitate, sets crockery,
Guyaquil hats, French bedsteads, wool carpetinpr,
Hair pillows, iron bedsteads, blk silk hats, leather pillows,
Curry combs, silk parasols, lanterns, tumblers,
Scrub brushes, carpet bags, ierfumcry, oil cloths,
Pump chains, solar lamps, horse cards, j-ellow metal nails,
Side lamps, cattle cards, slates, gunny bags, ox bows,
Wood bottles, 2 k 3 hoop pails, corn brooin3,
Barrel covers, deck buckets..
1 SHIP'S CABOOSE,
LACKAWANNA STEAMBOAT COAL,
WE WAG ORNAMENTAL TIME PIECES,
1 Exlni Cnrriaijc, (with seat for driver.)
2 TOP BUGGIES,""
1 OPEN BUGGY,
DYER'S HEALING EMBROCATION.
ONE SUGAR MILL, COMPLETE.
CAPT. ROBERT BROWN'S
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCES
AND GUN HARPOONS.
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AND
experimenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his apparatus, combiued with the advantages of being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has leen enabled to obtain an instru
ment in form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot le excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials.
San Fkaxcisco, January 10, 185G." '
Capt. R. Brows Sir : I take this opportunity to inform
you that we used those Bomb Lances we bought of you, and
found them to be of great benefit in captaring whales amongst
The first whale that we used the Bomb Lance on was killed
in the following maimer The Itoat went alongside of th-j whale
and the boat-stecrer fired a Bomb into him aud then fastened to
him with a gig inn : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-mentioned
whale was in the ice, and it i3 our opinion that we should
not have got that whale and many others that we did pet, if it
had not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to tha attention of those iitiing out whale ships.
Thomas Wall, Master bark Georne.
IIoN'oLCLt, March 17, lS5n.
Capt. Robfut Baows My dear Sir: I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
250 bbli. of oil. .We never could have taken him without said
Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance.
. Yours Respectfully,
G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
' Hosoi.rLr, March 15, 1S5G.
Capt. R,obert Brows Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform you tliat I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and eajwcially around the ice.
I also used the Barpoon and got luost of the whales by your
Guns aud apparatus.
Yours Respectfully, - '
Isaac Allkx, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can 1)C seen by calling on the uudersigned,
Agents, who jave the Guns, Bomb Lances aud Harpoons for
14-tf , R. COADY k CO., Honolulu.
ER FRANCES PALMER, FRO 31 SAN
FR AN CISCO. For sale at low rates :
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
Sup blk Cassimerc Pants, assorted French Pants,
Sup ass'd plain sattinett Pants, plaid Cassimere do
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pants,
Ass't ef white and fancy colored Shirts,
A few doa fine white and Jenny Lind Shirts,
Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, check linen do, Jumpers,
French blouses, blue Deuinis, pes Silk, Pongee Hdkfs,
PANAMA HATS, kc, kc.
13-tf. Vox HOLT & IIEUCK.
SAIiT! SALT ! SALT !
THE PUULOA SALT WORKS.
For snle by the undersigned in any quanLty, delivered in bulk
alongside the wharf or vessel in Honolulu, very superior Puuloa
Salt, at the rate of
Sixteen Dollars per Ton.
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
Purchasers here and abroad, who wish to procure the lest salt
manufactured in the Pacific, will do well to enquire for, and also
to assure themselves, that they receive the- real Puuloa salt.
Orders to any amount executed with dispatch.
Apply to DANIEL 310NTG0MERY.
Puuloa Salt Works.
3-6mos Sandwich Islands.
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 icr house, where he would be happy to receive tlieir orders.
Thankful fr past favors, he hopes to merit a continuance of th
same. July 1, 6m HENRY SMITH.
CARRIAGE SHOP. The Sub
scriber having purchased the interest of
Mr. Jcobs, will hereafter carry on th
Wheelwright Business at the old stand.
adjoining the Police station All orders for repairs of Carriages,
Wagons or Carts will be promptly attended to. Orders solicited
and charge moderate. (13-3m) R. E. WAKEMAN.
1L CASKS 1 GOO
hand and for sale by
BBLS. OIL CASKS ON
:(13-tf) J. A. BURDICK.
N S 31 ALL AND LARGE SUMS, and secured
by mortgages on native kuleanas situated on nawaiL Maui.
and Oaha. Apply to J. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
2tf Attorney at law.
SHOES. Light Kip Brogans, Oxford Ties, Enamelled
Shoes, Congress Gaiters, women's Kid Buskin?, received
per Fanny Major, and for sale by
15-2t C. A. k n. F. POOR.
ATS. Cases of Panama, Leghorn and Straw Hats, re
ceived per tannv Major, and for sal by
16-2t C. A. & H. F. POOR.
Wanted an Honest, Industrious Bot.' This,
the ordinary Leading of an advertisement, "which may
be found in the columns of the daily journals in every
commercial city or town in the Union, affords a text
for one cour exchanges, which is worthy .f being
transferred to pages, especially as it conveys to every
boy an impressive moral lesson."
' An honest industrious boy' is always wanted;
He will be sought for ; his services will be in demand .
he will Je respected and loved ; he will be spoken of
in terms of high commendation ; he will always haro
a home ; he will grow up to be a man of known worth
and established character.
He will be wanted. The merchant will want him
for a salesman or a clerk ; the master mechanic
will want him for an apprentice or a journeyman ;
those with a job to let will want him for a contractor ;
parents for a teacher of their children ; and the peo
ple for an officer.
He will be wanted. Townsmen will want him as a
citizen ; acquaintances as a neighbor ; neighbors as a
friend ; families as a visitor ; the world as an acquain
tance ; nay, girls will want him for a beau, and final
ly, for a husband.
An honest, industrious boy ! Just think cf it,
boys ; will you answer this description ? Can yea
apply for this situation ? Are you sure that you, will
be wanted ? You may be smart and active, but that
does not fill the requisition are you honest ? You
may be capable are you industrious ? Ycu may I
well-dressed, and create a favorable impression at
first sight are you both " honest and industrious
You may apply for a " good situation' arc you sure
that your friends, teachers, acquaintances, can re
commend 3ou for these qualities ? 0, how would you
feel, your character not being thus establish ed, on
hearing the w ords can't employ you." Nothing
else will make up for the lack of these qualities. No
readiness or aptness for business will do it. Ycu
must be honest and iudustrious must work and la
bor ; then will your ' calling and election" for places
of profit and trust be made sure. Hunt's .Merchants'
He that instructs one that thinks himself wise
enough, hath a fool for his scholar ; he that thinks
himself wise enough to instruct himself, hath a llxl
for his master.
Is Friday an Unlucky Day. From time imme
morial, Friday has Ijeen frowned uporras a day of ill
omen. And though this prejudice is less prevalent
now than it has been of yore, when superstition had
general sway, yet there are many even in this matter
of-fact age of ours who would hesitate on a day so in
auspicious, to begin an undertaking of momentous
import. And how many brave mariners, whoa
hearts unquailed could meet the wildest fury of their
ocean home, would blanch to even bend their sails on
Friday. But to show with how much reason thU
feeling is indulged, let us examine the following im
portant facts, and we will see how little cause we
have to dread the fatal day : .
On Friday, August 31, 1402, Christopher Colum
bus sailed on his great voyage of discovery.
On Friday, Oct. 12, 142, he first discovered lain.
On Fridaj', Jan. 4th, 14(J3, he sailed on his return
to Spain, which if he had not reached in safety, the
happy result would never have been known, which
led to the settlement of this vast continent.
On Friday, March 15, 1493, he arrived at Palas in
On Friday, Nov. 22d, 1403, he arrived at Hispan
iola in his second voyage to America.
On Friday, June 13th, 1491, he, though unknown
to himself discovored the continent of America.
On Friday, March 5, 149G, Henry VII of England,
gave to John Cabot his commission, which led to tho
discovery f North America. This is the first Ameri
can State paper in England.
On Friday, Sept. 7th, 15GG, Melendez founded St.
Augustine, the oldest settlement in the United States
by more than 40 years.
On Friday, Nov. 10th, 1G20, tho May Flower with
the Pilgrims made tho harbor of Frovincetown. And
on the same day thoy signed that august compact,
the forerunner of our present glorious Constitution.
On Friday, Dec. 22d, 1G20, the Pilgrims mad
their final landing at Plymouth Rock.
On Friday, Feb. 5i2d, George Washington, tho
father of American freedom was born.
On Friday, Juno lGth, Bunker Hill was
On Friday, Oct. 7th, 1777, the surrender of Sara
toga was made, which had such power and inlluenco
in inducing France to declare for our cause.
On Friday, Sept. 22d, 1780, the treason of Arnold
was laid bare, which saved us from destruction.
On Friday, Ocr. l'Jth, 1791, the surrender at York
town, the crowning glory of the American arms oc
curred. On Friday, July 7th, 179G, the motion in Congress
was made by John Adams, seconded by Richard
Henry Lee, that the United Colonies we' and of
right ought to be free and independent.
It was on Friday, Juno Gth, 185G, that James
Buchanan, and J. E. Breckenridgc were nominated
for the Presidency. "
Thus, by numerous examples, we seo that however
it may be with other nations, Americans need never
dread to begin on Friday any undertaking, however
momentous it may be. Jorfolk Beacon.
Be Systematic. It will add more to your conven
ience and comfort through life than you can now
imagine. It save3 time, saves temper, saves patience,
and saves money. For a while it may be a little
troublesome, but you will soon find that it is easier
to do right than wrong ; that it is easier to act by
rule than without one. -
Be systematic in everything ; let it extend to tho
most minute trifles, it is not beneath you. White
field could not go to sleep at night, if, after retiring,
he remembered that his gloves and riding whip wero
not in their usual place, where he could lay his hand
on them in the dark, or any emergency ; and such
arc the men who leave their mark for good on the
world's history. It was by his systematic habits
from youth to age that Noah Webster was enabled to
leave to tho world his great dictionary. Method
was the presiding principle of hi3 life," writes his
Systematic men arc the only reliable men ; they
are the men who comply with their engagement?.
They are minute men. The man who has nothing to
do, is the man who does nothing. The man of sys
tem is soon known to do all that he engages to do to
do it well and do it at the time promised Consequent
ly he has his hands full. When I want any mediae -ical
job done, I go to the man whom I always find
busy, and I do not fail to find him the man to do that
job promptly, and to the hour.
And more, teach your children to be systematic.
Begin with your daughters at five years of age ; give
them a drawer or two for their clothing ; make it a
point to go to that drawer any hour of the day and
night ; and if each article is not properly arranged,
give quiet and rational admonition ; if arranged well,
give affectionate praise and encouragement. Renicir
ber that children, as wel&as grown people, will do
more to retain a name, than to make one.
The Wonders of Chemistry. The strides which
the science of chemistry has made in the last few
years cannot be otherwise than surprising to thoso
unaccustomed to reading the scientific papers.
Candles resembling the finest wax are now made
from coal, and from the Peatbogs of Ireland.
Beautiful white paper is made from straw and pine
Water can be frozen in a red hot crucible.
Gutta Percha and India Rubber can be is$. lc a
hard as steel.
The offal cf the streets, and the washings of coil
gas, reappear carefully preserved iu a lady's smellin'
bottle, or are used by her to Savor blanc mange lat
Marble which rivals the finest Egyptians, is manu
factured by a chemical process.
Copper and Iron, have been detected in the blot
of human beings.
The action of Nitric and Sulphuric acid cn cotton
produces a substance more destructive than gunpow
der. Diamonds and pearls arc made by & chemicv! pro
cess. Farm and Shop.
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