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NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Koxa Storm. The storm Avhich has lastetl-for ten
d.iys, commenced on Saturday the 21st, -with a strong
trade gale, which continued till "Wednesday night.
The strength of the gale may be judged from the fact
that the ship Post and brig Escape were both forced
to return to port disabled. On Thursday the wind
changed to the southward, blowing in squalls on
Friday and Saturday, accompanied with heavy rains.
The streams have been swollen for several days,
nearly to a freshet point, though we have heard of no
damage to bridges. About forty feet of the roof of
the stone church was blown awav. and the rain has
clone considerable damage to the interior of the build
ing. Trees in various parts of the town have been
torn up and many nalive huts blown down. Ycster
day the weather was more calm, and the trade wind
will probably return to-day.
'Vuu -kw Ciii rxir, on the corner of Fort and Bere
t a nia streets, which was dedicated last Sabbath morn
ing, is one of the finest ornaments of our town. It is
erected by the Fort Street congregation, under the
pastoral charge of Rev. J. I). Strong, and Ave are glad
to learn is entirely paid for. The building has cost
nearly $11,000, besides the cost of the land which was
iriJWO. It was built by Mr. C. II. Lewers, from de
signs made by hiui and Mr. It. A. S. Wood. The
exterior is fiuished to resemble brown sand stone, and
presents a more pleasant appearance than had it been
in the more usual style, white. The interior of the
church is plain but neat, well plastered, with a heavy
cornice, Avliioh adds to the appearance. The gallery
is small and intended only for the choir. The church
lias about 70 pews, and will comfortably seat about
I "A) persons. The basement, which is above ground,
would have given the building a more pleasant eleva
tion if the lloor had been three feet below the surface.
It i3 fitted up for a lecture room and pastor's study,
and the whole arrangement appears to be very conve
nient and airy. The sale of pews for one year, was
well attended on Monday evening ; the highest bids
were ijf'75 for the choice, and the whole sale amounted
to 2500. yYc understand 4hat the Ilev. Mr. Strong
will soon be installed as pastor, the delay having been
owing to tho unsettled state of the congregation, who
now feci more established.
New Years Day is now generally observed as a
holiday, when ladies arc expected to be prepared to
receive calls from the gentlemen, who usually throw
aside the quill and the tape for a day's relaxation.
The custom is a pleasant one, and would be still more
agreeable were it extended to the Palace and the Gov
ernor's saloons, as is customary in "Washington and
the capitals of the different States in America.
A Firk occurred on Friday evening last, destroy
ing a small native house on Fort street, above Tutui
no great loss, however. SeA'cral alarms had been
given on previous nights, and the fire-men were all
' wide awake."
2f" Tho wreck of the JVuuticon was torn entirely
to pieces on Friday night last, and her ribs and tim
bers carried by the sea high on the reef, a long dis
tance from where she grounded.
3 Our readers having business-transactions in
San Francisco, are referred to a number of business
cards of San Francisco merchants on the first and
second pages of tho Supplement.
Cittex. Tho son of Capt. Jcrnegan of the ship
El ten F. iWrtsoj-was bitten very severely yesterday
ly a Russian dog kept on board the vessel. The lad
appeared to be playing with the dog, which attacked
him most savagely, lacerating both his arms. The
dog was not called olfso soon as he would have been,
had the seamen supposed it anything but a frolic.
sj" The extra full sheet which we issue to-day is
printed as a Xew Year's gift to our subscribers. We
shall issue the Shipping List to go by each mail till
M iy next: On our first page will be found an Alma
nac for 18-7, with a registry of officers and societies.
We are Judebted to Mr. Fornander for the compilation
of it. On the first page of the supplement will be
found a summary of foreign news ; on the second
page, the coronation of the Czar ; 3rd page, agricul
tural miscellany, and on the fourth page, an account
of the monster steam ship building in England.
The cruise of the Ilavannah did not result
in any discoveries of importance at Bird Island,
except that it is a most barren, uninviting and
worthless rock, with scarcely any verdure on it. It
is surrounded with steep cliils, against which the
surf breaks wildly, making it impossible to effect a
lauding in the rough weather during which the II.
visited it. In calm weather, it i3 probable that a
landin-' iniirht be effected.
Mr. Editor : Through the columns of your paper
allow me to state that, after conversing with Rev.
J. P. Strong, I am most happy to exonerate him from
intentional discourtesy towards me, in regard to the
late dedication of Fort street church.
Pec. 31, 1S5G. S. C. Damon.
Theater. On Monday evening last, Miss Sarah
Graves took a benefit. Tho house was well filled,
otnl th norformanees ravo ccncral satisfaction. On
Friday evening Mr. Wilder takes his farewell benefit,
on Avhich occasion he offers tho beautiful play of
" In"-omai and the comic drama of " The Toodles."
Mr. W. h is labored hard and successfully to please
the public during his stay among us, and no doubt
lie will be substantially rewarded on the night of his
Circus. Owing to the unfavorable weather during
the past week, Messrs. Howe ec Co. have only been
able to give one entertainment. To-day they give
two performances, the first commencing at two
o'clock P. M., (on which occasion the oGkcrs and
crews of the men-of-war will be present) and the
ether- at the usual hour in the evening. On Satur
day night Mr. J. A. Howe's complimentary benefit
takes place, for which occasion the most attractive
bill of the season is offered.
WImt others siy of u.
It may appear to be partaking of vanity for us to
print what others may have to say about us ; but
it should be recollected that it is a printer's privilege,
conceded to him wi'hout dispute, all over the world,
that he can boast of his paper and publications all he
chooses, and not le at all vain in so doing ! This
being understood by way of preface, we quote a few
of the numerous notices that we have lately seen in
our exchanges (of which we receive Aveekly about
10),) and would merely add that if we published the
half of the testimonials received in letters at home
and abroad, we should have but little space left for
A Paver from the Sandwich Islands. The last
steamer brings us the Pacific Commercial Advert t
r, for July 2, being no. 1, vol. 1, of a weekly paper,
more than half the size of the Country Gentlemen,
published at Honolulu, price G per annum in advance.
It is an interesting sheet, and well got up by our old
friend and agent II. M. Whitney, Esq. Among other
things it contains an interesting account of the mar
riage, June 19th, of His Majesty Kamehamcha IV, to
Miss Emma Rook. Country Gentlemen.
Friend Bowlin of the S. F. ' Town Talk," says :
"The Commercial Advertiser, we arc pleased to
see, gives every evidence of prosperity. In compari
son to the Polynesian, it is a steam engine to a dog
The " Pacific Commercial Advertiser." We
arc glad to find that the enterprise of our friend
Whitney in publishing a commercial newspaper at
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, is generously sustained.
It is only a few months since the first number was
issued, and already an enlargement has been found
necessary in order to accommodate its numerous ad
vertising patrons, and to afford room for tabular
statements and reports concerning the Whale Fishery.
It is published weekly at 2j?G per annum. Subscrip
tions will be received at this office. Y. B. Shipping
Lint, Nov. 1.
The Commercial A1 cert her, in an elaborate arti
ticle, discusses the propriety of a loan, and by a
series of statistical tables shows that the loan required
by Government is unnecessary. The article con
cludes by asking if it is politic then that the nation
should be plunged into debt, when we have so poor
reasons to give why the debt is incurred and are so
poorly able to sustain the loan. ,S. F. Paper.
From the Sandwich Islands. By the last Cali
fornia mail, we received several numbers of the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, a newly established
weekly journal, published at Honolulu. It is a very
neatly printed paper, and intelligently conducted,
with an adaptation to the business purposes of the
inhabitants of the islands furnishing them with a
summary of foreign intelligence as well as a record of
local events for their use, and for transmission to
their friends abroad. The subscription price is
six dollars a year. The publisher announces in
his sixth number that he already had 49-1 copies sub
scribed for, and that there are subscribers in all the
islands, including about 75 native inhabitants. The
predominance of advertisements and shipping intelli
gence in the paper arc indicative of an extensive
business in the islands. Boston Advertiser! Oct.8.
HSW ADVERTISErE EUTS.
ws 8c go:s
PIONEER CIRCUS !
C OII PLI 31 12 NT A It Y BENEFIT
JOSEPH A. KOWE. .
A very fine Entertainment in preparation. In addition to the
Company, Mil. SlIULTZjwill perforin the Carnival of Yeuice on
the Yioliii, and will play a Theme with Variations on the Piauo.
A HAPPY xew year::
TWO PERFORMANCES TO-DAY.
At 1 o'clock, the doors will open, and the Captains, Officers,
and crews of the Ships of War Havannah and Embuscade will
attend the day-light entertainments.
Prices of A.liiiiaou : Dress Circle, $150; Boxes,
and Parquette, $1 ; Tit, 50 cents.
TOT Private Boxes for families may be secured on application
to Mr. Baker, the Treasurer, at the the Commercial Hotel.
pi REWARD! will be paid by the sub
3 j scriher for the detection and conviction of any
person who may wilfully cause a false alarm of FIKE !
27-tf A. J. CABTWK1GHT, C. E. F. D.
Honolulu Engine Co. Xo. 1. ATTEN"
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7uTmI i.lU- : -A rvsjuiar meeiwijt ui me voiiiiwiiijr win
rrjne nehl at tne JMigine House on haumuai
Jy Evening. Jan. 7th, at 7 V o'cl'-ck. A full attendance
is requested. JOSEPH O. CAKTEIl, Secretary.
NEW (JOODS FOR SALE BY
ELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Com
jL position Xails, lh'raus, women's Goat Uuskins, do Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jenny lands, do Morocco and Calflmskins,
do Jh'ouze Sonta;jjs, Fairbanks' Platform icales of all sizes, Gro
cers d. Counter do, lpioni
Lona' Tinted l'hials, Pina
Gixls, Manila Cordage
GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO SUIt
SCUIBEUS FOR 1837.
AC II NEW SUCSCRI15ER to the Co ??wi ere inl
A Advertiser who enters his name on our subscription list
from the first day of January to the 1st day of March, 1S57, and
pays $0 in advance, will receive the Commercial Advertiser for
one year, and also, as a premium, one year's subscription to the
UXITED STATES JOURNAL,
a monthly newspaper of literature and general news.
2d. Everv subseri1er, whose name is now on our list, who
sends us, within the dates a'ove sp;ci(ied, 7 53 to pay fr o i j
copy of the Commercial Advertiser to be sent to their fri : x li
or correspondents abroad, will receive, as a prem in m, either tiio
UNITED STATES ILLUSLKATED MAC AAN 12, or
the New York Weekly Tribune, or the Boston Weekly Jon: n il
for twelve months. Eith-r of the above gratuitous pre.ni-vu
will be ordered to be sent by mail direct to the person intitl-j I t
it. rne ouiv cnargo 10 mo suoserioer win ui- mo imw in i t, l
age on the premiums, as the subscription money a.vl l.'i.t d
States postage will be paid by us.
JT-Au Address II. M. WIIIi'SMY.
NOTICE IN 1 J ANIv RUPTCY.
A L.Tj PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Allen & Co.,
x3L Kaukrupts, are hereby notified to pay the same without
del v, to C'llAKlibS j;iu-.v km -zv,
J. Jb 1J. MARSHALL,
Honolulu, Dec. 1, 1S53. (23-tf) Assignees of Allen & Co
UEMOVAL IN NEW RED FORD. We
.Ttt take tbis method of informing our menus, customers, ami
'.he public generally that we nave removeu to our
Xew Store, No. 2 1, South Water Street,
(a few doors south of our former looati n) where we shall keep,
and call their attention to a full assortment of Eroad Cloths,
Pilot and Heaver Cloths, IJennan, Irenehan l American Doe
skin, Cas.-dmer-'S, Yestimrs. ready-made Clothing and Furiiishin;
Co, His,-together with all iuticles usually kept iu a Clothier's or
ALSO, Seamen's Outfits on reasonable terms.
J. & W. R. WING.
Xew Bedford. 1st m-. -2-5, 1S50.
OFFERS FOR SALE,
l'anama Hats, 100 chests sup. Oolong Tea,
100 chests Oolong foiling, and 50 chests Souchong Oolong,
French candles, L.impwick, woolen lining for Cloaks,
Chinese paper Cigars, Tortemonnaies, long steel Scissors,
Elastic Back Combs, etc., etc.
Mauna Kea street, Sept. 25, 1S56. 13-17
ORAL STONES 3,000 LARGE SIZED
trimmed coral stones, for sale low. For particulars
Apply at this office. 10-tf.
HID WARE, HOLLOW WABE.& EARTH EX WAKE
tor sale, by Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. J AMOS.
OR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
12 Half-pipes suevior Holland Gin, pine-apple brand,
50 Cases Claret Wine, " Ilaut Talance,'
0 Bbls. Rum,
1 Puncheon ne old Jamaica do.
3 Bb!s. pure Spirits,
For sale at lowest market prices by
14-tf J. C. SPALDIXG.
T1LOTIIIXG FOR SALE- The undersigned have
HJ always on hand an assortment of German made Clothing,
Coats Cloaks, ana louts otuiUtrent stvles.
July 1, 1-tf YON HOLT & HEUCK.
ILL PAPER) LETTER AND CAP PA
PER for sale by (RI-15) H. M. WHITNEY.
UST RECE1 VED. PER -JOHN DUN LAP"
9W from Hilo, 100 Specimens LA VA, fur sale at the Honolulu
Bookstore. l- tf
CS. PLANTERS HOES Hoe, Pick and Sledge
Handles, Garden Shears, Grindstone Cranks and Rollers,
Scythes, for sale by tf-Jt
W. N. LADD.
IQUORS, English Groceries, English Soap, for sale by
I July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
ASTS OF ALL SIZES, FOR SALE BV
J.tf 11. llAdvU-fcLOJ AI (JO.
ICE. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE, EX VA-
guero," for sale by (0-tf.) A. P. EVERETT.
ANCHO RS &. CHAINS, for sale at the lowest " mar
ket rates, by Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. J AX ION.
OTISCE LLA 21 SOUS,
C. BREWER, 2
AS JUST RECEIVED iXD OFFERS
for sale, per late arrivals
Bbls beef and pork, bricks,
Pipe clay, cement, rosin, soap, hams,
Tumblers, fire brick, arch brick,
Moulding sand, spirits turpentine,
Bl-U tar, pitch, oak joist, pine boards and shingles.
An invoice of elegant, fancy Crockery and
GLASS WAKE, consisting of
White iron stone dinner setts,
do do do c z and saucers,
do do do hr.rirtled coffees,
Dark diamond spittoons,
Solar lamps, solar chimntes,
Past, fluted and painted tumblers.
Gut, white and colored, porcelain and colored ware for Holi
day fnfts and parlor ornaments,
Toy tea setts, lieae and white cream and table pitchers,
Parian Arab pitchers, stone ffipsey pitchers,
(Jilt watch boxes, fancy ink stands,
Ornamental image watch lwxes,
Do cigar boxes, dog cover, do statue cover,
China vases, cigar stands, alabaster boxes, Tartan vases,
Gilt and green chamber a -tts,
Uncle Tom's muss,
Diamond cut decanters, .ptarts and pints,
do do champagne goblets,
do do wine do
Howls, nappies, French decanters,
Crockery, toilet setts, Hanging entry lamps,
Solar lamps, fancy and plain globes,
ltuby signal lanterns, plain do,
Ship lamps, palace lamps,
One ring water bottles,
Diamond IxjwIs, Brittania castor3.
One custom made shifting top Xew York buggy latest style
TiONSTAXTLYOX HAM) AM) FOR SALE.
HV assorted, at the lowest market rates, a full assortment of
Eastern ami Oregon Lumber, suitable for building purposes,
Eastern white pine, 1J to 2 inch plauk,
" " " boards,
Oregon " " "
" boards, timber, joist, scantling, and plank of all sizes,
Eastern and California shingles,
Yellow pine and Oregon flooring,
Boards tongued and grooved ready for use.
A good assortment of Boston made doors, sashes, blinds, door
ana window Irames.
Shortly expected per " CEYEON" a sum-rior assortment of white
pine boards, clapboards and 100 M. A. 1., Aroostick white
cedar shingles. U. II. LKM ERS,
6-tf. Fort Street
THE PROPRIETORS OF HONOLULU
BRHWERY, in Fort street, wish to sell their whole inter
est in a lease of 27 years to run, of their premises, with
all their improvements thereon.
The place is supplied with all the late improvements of Spring
Water from the Government Hydrant Pipes. There is also a
Garden attached to said premises.
It is one of the best situations in Honolulu for a large board
ing-house. There are two tmod Cellars on the premises.
Those wishing to purchase will please applv at the Brewerv,
Terms are liberal. J. J. B1SCHOFF & CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 2G, 1S50. 20 41
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j. r ... 4 K . L 1 11 '7 171 il ll'l w 1 V 1 W .' , .J II. L l.V . lldl.'.V
T"k It ' - II L . . , 1 - ,
u emnji-i louse, ad present occupieu oy wie uimersigiieu
.For terms am lv to JOHN LADD.
Honolulu, Dec. 24, 1S50. 20-tf
HAWAIIAN K E E F ,
OUZADA Si SPENCER Constantly on haul,
and for sale by
A. P. EYERETT.
MANILA AND PINA CJOODS.
JUST RECEIVED from Manila via San Francisco,
Manila Cordage, (small sizes;)
For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
F THE WIDOW OR BROTHER of Jack Hi
na, who lived in San Francisco in 1S50 and 1851, will call
on Doctor Gillou or on Mr. J. C. Plluger, at Hackfeld & Co.'s,
she or he will hear of something to their advantage. 2G-3t
FUST RECEIVED 200 bbls. Liveriool Salt for sale by
W. F. ALLEN,
26-tf Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts
AMILY ALMANACS, POCKET DIARIES,
Daily Journals and Calendars for 1oi, for sale by
G-30 H. M. WHITNEY.
OOKS AND TOYS FOR CHILDREN for
sale by C2G-27) II. M. WHITNEY.
UST RECEIVED, and for sale by the undersigned,
Worked Ladies' Jaconet Collars, dilferent prices,
" " Book Muslin " " "
" " Puff Sleeves,
Tamboured frill " Sewed Jaconet Peticoats.
GEORGE CLARK, Hotel-street.
HONOLULU MKDICAL HALL,
CORNER OF MERCHANT AND KAAHUMANU STREETS,
Da. McKihbih begs to intimate that he is now joined by Ids son,
Dr. Robert McKibbin, inembt r of the Royal College of Sur
geons, Loudon, one of whom being always in attendance,
will afford an additional guarantee to persons requiriug
advice or medicine.
He has just received an assortment of English Drugs, Perfumery,
&e., of the best quality, with which the establishment will
constantly be supplied, and which will be sold on reasonable
Physician's and Surgeon's prescriptions prepared with the
greatest care. Medicine chests carefully examined and
Attendance at the office from 8 A. M., till G o'clock P. M., on
week days, and on Sundays 8 o'clock, A. M., to 11 o'clock,
A. M. At other times, at bis residence, Union street.
Jj A consignment of best London White Paint and Linseed Oil
NOTICE. All persons indebted to the estate of Warren
X Burrows, seaman, deeeaser:, are requested to make pay
ment ; and all persons having claims against said estate are
requested to present the same to the undersigned on or before
the 15th dav of January next. D. C. BIG KLO W,
Lahaina,VDec. 7, 1S50. 25-27 Attorney for W. T. Burrows.
BILLS of any sound bank in the United State3,
England or Australia, wanted and cashed by
21-10 H. M. WHITNEY.
OARD AND ROOMS Two or three Boarders
Ladies r Gentlemen, can le accommodated with boar I
and furnished rooms in a private family. Inquire at this ofllce,
or of MRS. E. II. ROG KRS.
Dec. 10, 1S50. 25-3m
UILDING LOT FOR SALE A desirable
building lot, containing upwards of half an acre, situated
on the southeast side of Xuuanu Road, a short distance above
the residence of E. O. Hall, Esq., may be had on application to
the undersigned. Title fee simple. Terms easy.
25-tf P. C. DUCORRGN.
This sum is offered on mortgage of
real estate, for a term of nine months.
P. C. DUCORROX.
t t 44 SIOOO AND $500. MAY BE
JL j J had on application to the undersigned
upon the security of real Estate, upon moderate interest.
25-tf I- C. DUCORROX.
ELLOW MET J
Assorted weights, for sale v
B W. FIELD.
C f f BRICKS received from Bremen, per
& J 1 U J VT ship Post, for sale by
16-tf : ED. HOFFSCULAfcU." a JSTAi'Ji-MiUKST.
T TED A Journeyman Boot and Shoe Maker.
Apply to (J-ti; j. ii. vuui.
ICE-SUPERIOR NO. 1 3IANILA RICE.
C For sale by (9-tf) - A. P. EYERTET.
CROCKERY White cups and saucers, white and
printed platters, yellow bake-dishes, wash basins ind
pitchers, for sale by
21tf H- DIMOXD.
HALE OIL IN QUANTITIES TO SU IT
For sale by (3-tf H. HACKFELD & CO-
TUST RECEIVED 10,000 feet of COTTAGE SIDING,
f same as used on the new church.
C. II. LEWERS,
7VTOTICE. All persons who have any accounts agaiivt me
are requested to present them to J. E. Chamberlain, Esq.,
fvr settlement. (23-23) J. A. TICKERIXG.
EX MESSENGER BIRD.
LARGE ASSORTMENT of Shelf Hardware and
Carpenters' tools, just received and for sale by
lf-24 W.N. LADD.
"TO W IS THE TIME TO PLANT TREES I
JLl A few thrifty Tamarind Trees, from four to six feet high
the most hardy and beautiful tree in the kingdom. For sale by
22-tf ; j. n. wood.
OFFERS FOR SALE the following invoice of mer
chandise, arrived from Boston iu the bark 31ESSEN-
GER BIRD, Homer master, during the month of Nov., 1S55 :
iu uases Diue cottons, & Dales tickings, a uo. wo u vonvii?,
25 Bales denims, 5 do brown drillings, 2 cases blue drills,
1 Crate yellow nappies, 10 nests tubs, 10 cases brogans,
3 Cases goat do, 1 do sewed do, 5 do thick boots,
1 " Listing gaiters, 2 hhds butter, 20 tierces hams,
75 Half-bbls crushed and granulated sugar,
10 Cases boiled linseed oil, 3 bbls do do do,
1 u pain killer, 1 box beeswax, 2 kegs salt petre,
50 Kegs zinc paint, 75 kegs pure white lead,
10 Cooking stoves, 3 doz. Stoughton's elixir,
2 Cases assorted chocolate, 100 tins water cracker",
20 Tius oysters, SO do butter do, Tb do wine do,
5i Doz. assorted meats, 12 do Mk pepjer,
English mustard, 6 do tomato ketchup, 20 do oysters,
capers, 5 do pickles, 0 do assorted heibs,
preen ieas, 12 do green corn, 10 do sausage meat,
rose water, 5 do gooseberries, 20 do lobsters,
claws, 20 do lemon syrup, 15 do brandy peaches,
do cherries, 25 do cherry brandy,
blackberry do, 5 do Boktr's bitters, 5 do quinces,
roast beef, 5 do do mutton, 6 do boiled do,
extract lemon, G do mince-pie meat, 10 do beef soup,
assorted preserves, 5 do pepper sacuce,
cayenne lepper, 6 preserved milk,
assorted essences, 2 do roast gosse,
mock turtle s up, 4 do oxtail do, 10 do asstd. sauces,
carbonate soda, 0 do cream tartar, 6 do horse radish,
compound aroma, 5 do Spanish olives,
red current jelly, 2 do rhubarb, 4 do strained honey,
10 Kegs pickles, 20 doz. asstd. preserves,
50 Boxes, each IS lbs, Cavendish tobacco,
25 Half-boxes tobacco Ss, 10 kegs split peas, 2 bales hops,
1 Case Sultana raisin?, 5 bbls pepi?r, 1 case nutmegs,
10 Kegs white Iteans, 20 kitts No. 1 mackerel,
10 Boxes codfish, SO do herrings, 10 do chemical olive soap,
1 Case prunes, 1 do Adamantine candles, o do table salt,
40 Kegs Carolina rice, 10 bxs olive oil, 20 doz charcoal irons,
. 15 Bags shot, 5 doz handled axes,
50 Packages Manila rope,l inch to 1 J, 50 coils do whal line,
50 Packages ratlin stuff,
10 ' worm line, honseline and marline,
G Coils Russian bolt rope, 210 ash oars asstd., 9 to IS feet,
100 Casks cut nails, G do zinc do, 2 reels lead pipe,
14 Packgs. sheet iron, bales gunny bags,
1 Bale burlap pockets, 2 do drill lbags, (for coffee or sugar
bags), all of which merchandise is offered low, and upon
favorable terms by
17-tf CHAS. BREWER 2n.
Family Grocery Store.
TH E M O S TS E L E C T A N D V A HIED
Stock of Groceries to le found in Honolulu is at Savidge &:
May's, where officers of vessels, and the public generally will
hud goods suitable tor their requirements.
Sugar Cured Tongues,
Anchovies in Oil,
Anchovies in Salt,
French Green Peas,
Fine Currants in Jars,
C it ron Peel,
Plums iu Svrup,
Pic Nic do.
13" Very Suierior Coffee Roasted and ground iu suitable tins
for ships use. 2J-tf
AT E W CS- O
J. Panama Hats, White Shirts,
Peruvian Hats, Undershirts,
Cloth Caps, Drawers,
Silk Gloves, Suspenders,
Black Handkerchiefs, Cravats
Xeck Ties, Black Pants,
White Yeats, Frock Coats,
Velvet Vests, Satin Vests,
Silk Vests, Crape Shawls.
Kid Gloves, &c, &c. &c.
For sale by GEO. WILLIAMS.
Kaahumanu street, opposite D. X. Flitntr's. 22-tf
fhfh FOR LOAN OX MORTGAGE
Jrd f i? P Jr The above and several smaller sums arc
ready to be advanced on mortgage of good real estate in Hono
lulu, upon terms to be agreed upon.
25-tf P. C. DUCORROX.
Til E P A R T X E R S II I 1 heretofore exist
ing between undersigned, in the name and form of
" Cutrcll & Pet'on," in the "Merchant's Exchage Hotel" and
Billiard S-'Uon, iu Merchant Street, in Honolulu, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent.
All debts due the firm will be paid by AY. E. Cutrell, who is
duly authorised to collect and receive all debts due to the con
cern. Dated at Honolulu this 12lh day of December, A. D.,
IS.jG. W. E. CI'TRELL.
J no. Montgomery-. 25-29
E. C U T R E L L (late Cutrell & Peterson)
Proprietor, Merchant Street, Honolulu, thankful for
the liberal patronage hitherto enjoyed, continues to solicit the
attention of his friends and the public in general to this estab
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render
this house a desirable ilaee of resort to the resident or visitor in
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked with the choicest
wines, liquors, etc., that can be procured, and is under the im
mediate charge of Mr. Randall Smith, so long and favorably
known in this community.
The billiard saloon is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
is under the sole charge of Mr. A. J. McDuffee, whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in cater
ing in this particular department for the amusement of those who
may favor the house with their patronage. 25-tf
V. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE OF
mdse arrived ier Am. Ship " Ceylon."' from Boston.
Qr Casks Mad-ira Wine
ill- " Duff Gordon Sherry Wine
Qr u Old AMONTILLADO Sherry AVine
Eight" Rachelle Brandy
Eight pines Amn. Brandy
Old Bourbon AVhiskey
Longworths Sparkling Catawba
Longworth's Still Catawba.
July 1, lS5G-tf.
Su a a it .
F K O 51
For sale by CHAS. BR E AVER 2d.
THE best Saddle Horses, with new saddles, bridles
X-e nviv ho ffinnfl ilt the Sbiblii of JOHX MA-
XINI, Maunakea Street, corner of Marine Street.
Horses to let by the month, week, day, or hour. Prices low
and satisfaction guaranteed. 18-tf
CHOICE SELECTION Or FRENCH
GOODS reeceived by SAVIDGE & MAY, per ship
French Mustard, do. Cloves, do Plums, do Green Teas, Apri
cots in syrup, Plums in do, Anchovies in salt, do in oil, Macca
roni, Vermicelli, Tapioca, Sago, Olive Oil, Cinnamon, fresh
ground, Pearl Barley, Green Peas in demijons.
Also, Westphalia Hams, in prime order.
King street, Nov. 25, 1S56. 22-tf
NCIIORS. CHAINS, LUMBER, A N D
Cranberries for sale by the agent of the Hudson's ty Co.,
just received ex Bjigantine Recovery :
19 M. ft. ass'd Lumber,
260 bbls. Salmon,
80 hlf. bbls. Cranberries,
Which will lie sold in lots to suit purchasers. 2-t-tL
coffee: coffee:: coffee:::
I V. FIELD, Agent for the sale of Coffee from Trr
. comb's Plantation would inform the traders that he is
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, from
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalei, which he offers for Sale. 21t-
r A LRUS TEETH AV ANTED. AYanted Wal
rus Teeth by
22-tf L. 11. AXTIIOX.
OARD AND LODGINGS can be had, to accom
modate a few boarders, in a private family, in Xuuanu
Valley, about half a mile from the center of business. Inquire
at thi3 office. 25-2t
PSOM SALTS For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
On TUESDAY next, Jan. 6th, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
At Snle Rooms,
A large assortment of Miscellaneous Merchandise, per late
arrivals, to close consignments, such as, in part, Dry Goods,
Clothing, etc. 27-lt
On FRIDAY next, Jan. 9, at 10 o'clock, A. M., regular sals at
Groceries, Iry Goods.
And a large lot of sundries too numerous to mention. 27-2t
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 14, 1S57, at 12, M. will be sold at
Auction. Cunless previously disixised of at private sale) those
A'ahiable Premises opposite the Seamen's Cluipel, known as tha
Nicholson Stand. The lot is large, and the stanu one oi me
most valuaVle in Honolulu for a i holesale ami uetau traue.
There is a Store 54 x 22 feet, one-and-a-half stories : a good
Dwelling House 45 x l!vV feet; a Work Shop for tailoring or other
purposes, an inexhaustible well of water ; Carriage House and
Stalls for horses and various other out-houses.
Terms very favorable. Apply to CASTLE & COOKE, on the
premises, or at the upper Store near the Stone Church.
12-4ia A. l . j; EKKTT, Auctioneer.
BY 31. C 31 0 N S A It II AT
On FRIDAY, Jan. 2. at Auction Room,
fine assortment of Xew Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shot's,
&c, ex Yankee.
The sale of XEW COOPS, ex Po.it advertised for last Tuesday
has loen unavoidably postponed till WEDNESDAY, Jan. 7th,
when it will positively take place, on rerii liberal terms.
27-lt M. C. MONSARRAT, Auctioneer.
N E AV COODS IN STORE.
EO. HALL OFFERS FOR SALE,
Bee's lead pipe, h in, J i i, 1 in, and 1J in; rolls sheet lead,
J iu. gutta pcrcha hose c miplete, with couplings and pipes.
Casks zinc. 3 oz; bxs window glass, SxlO, 10x12,9x10, 10x14,
Cases hard frame slates, eagle plows, steel do.
Hunt's house and ship adzes. Sharp's boys' axes,
Hunt's axes, seine twine as'd sizes, ivory hndld table knives
Plated Brunswick table forks, ivory hud Id dessert knives,
Shot lelts, powder flasks, tea bells,
Plain stop cocks, ass'd sizes, siectacles, slate pencils,
rfford's pat. study lamps, bush scythe, grass do, cod lines,
Glue pots, gutta p -rcha belting, 6 in and 4 ply,
Sheet iron tea kettles, cooper's vises,
Ass'd zinc &: iron shoe nails, ass'd padlock hasp3 & staples,
Buckshot and pistol balls, iron wire, Xos. 4 to 16 zinc nails,
Kegs finishing nails, steelyards, 50 to 250 lbs, cook stores,
Crow bars, log lines, hand lines, pit saws, X cut do,
Rip saws 2S in, hand and panel do, circular do, bar lead,
Iron pots with covers, packet knives, scissors,
Charcoal furnaces, charcoal irons, Brit, tea and coffee poti,
Coffee urns an kettles, curtain bands and cornice,
Plated and Brit, castors, door, chest, cupboard & 1kx locks,
TU1 locks, Sharp's rille, Colt's revolvers, best fowling pieces,
One sujK'rior force pump, sauce pans, wool cards,
Sheep-shears, shovels, spades, hoes, rakes,
Car)cnter's bench screws, augur, chisel aud file handles.
Mallets, planes of all descriptions, glazed sash and blinds,
AVheel barrows, hand carts, ox Ikjws, grindstones,
Grindstone cranks and rollers, Douglass pumps,
Iron anil brass screws, butts, hinges,
(Jate hinges and fastenings, Sweed's iron, round iron,
Xails cut and wrought, glass lanterns, tin & glass lamps,
Paint, whitewash, dust,lloor,horse,scrub and varnish brushes, -Blacking
brushes, lamp shades and chimnies, tire bellows,
Covered tin pails, market baskets, chopping trays, brooms,
Axe helves, pick handles, adze handles, saddles, bridles,
Carriage, riding and dray whips, spurs, draw knobs,
A ood and metal faucets, mill, taper, pit-saw, and flat files,
Round and square tiles, and a great variety of shelf Hard
wake not enumerated.
DRY GOODS, &.
Silk Umbrellas, ass'd sewing silks, One fronting linen,
Pes bordered linen towels, ik-s Scotch diaper, pes Amer. do,
Pes Russia diaper, bdls whalebones, emb'dr'd table covers,
Colored girdles, silk loot laces, lxniuet wire, stay binding,
Bales bro sheeting, bales lamp wicking. solar wicking,
Cases blue cottons, woolen shawLs ass'd, line blk bombazine,
Heavy denims, heavv tickings, irent's white shirts, &c, &C.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, &c,
Bbls Carolina rice, cassia, saleratus, tobacco, cream tartar,
Sal soda, yeast powders, salt in bags, table salt,
Painted pails, covered do, zinc wash boards,
Ruled foolscap and letter pajier, envelopes, &c, &c.
BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER &c.
Ladies' pat. foxed Congress gaiters, Misses' R. R. slippers,
Misses' kid buskins, men's goat slippers, men's Morocco do,
Ladies' metallic buskins lined, gents' light kid pumps,
French calfskins, kip leather, calf sole leather, kip boots,
Gents' sewed calf boots, Jfcc., &c.
Besides a general assortment of other miscellaneous goods too
numerous to mention. 4t 24
BULL'S HEAD 31 ARK KT.
E UNDERSIGNED. OF THE HULL'S
ead Market, wishes to inform the Families of Honolulu,
will always have on hand, of the best quality, the under
CAUTION. The undersigned, being subject to seasons of
partial alienation of mind, during which periods he is
prone to incur debts at stores or auctions, requests that parties
will not trust him, or trade with him unless he has the money to
pav for his purchases.
23-25- JOSEPH AV. 1 1 AY WARD.
A V E JUST R E C E I V E D ex Yankee
Butter, of superior quality, in double packages,
ircsii uauimore v ovc i Fyiiers,
Fresli Clams, Green Corn, Apples and assorted Meals,
Superior 14 Moss Rose" Tobacco, in small boxes,
Dupont's Rifle Powder, in 1 lb cans,
Yeast Powders, India Cnrrif,
Striped Shirting, brown cotton and hicory Shirts. 18-tf
SUBSCRIBERS TO BUILDING THE FORT
st. Church Edilice will take notice that the building is near
ly completed and that all subscriptions are now due.
Payment at earliest convenience possible is requested, as the
Trustees are desirous to pay off the contract immediately.
Money may be paid to cither of the Trustees or to
2;'.-tf I. BARTLKTT, Treas'r.
WN. LADD would invite the attention of purchasers
to his very complete assortment of Hardware, consist
ing in part as follows :
Locks of all kinds; brass and iron hinges;
Brass and iron screws; cut and wrought nails and spikes;
Iron and copper tacks; brads; marlinspikes;
Caulking irons and mallets; iron and wood bench screws;
Iron vices; saws and plane cf all kinds;
Hammers; hatchets; axes; files;
Pocket and table cutlery; plated ware; paint brushes;
Solar side lamps; corn brooms; curry and mane combs;
Horse rope; ox bows; pit andcross-cut saws;
Coffee mills, &c, &c, &e.
Prices as low as the lowest.
20-tf Fort street, near Jlotel street.
Eld M. r W M V mlA JL JL m -J -
I -Trr 11.1 wilful IPnL"TliV.
Small " do.
Large ivory-handled penknives three blades.
Silver mounted, four-bladed penknives.
Ladies' fine Penknives.
Small and large nail nips.
Patent cork-screws, razors and strop3
For sale by
19-30 H. M. WIIITXEY.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. WHEREAS BV
an instrument bearing date June 13th.. 1S5C, the linn of
CYRUS AV. JOXES tc CO., made an assignment of all their
property to the undersigned, all parties who have any claims
on said firm are hereby requested to become parties to said Deed
of Assignment, and all persons indebted to them, are requested
to make immediate payment tj D. C AA'ATERMAX,
July 1, lS5o.-tf. Assignee.
A. F. and A. M.
HAWAIIAN LODGE, NO. 21, F. & A. M
(under the jurisdiction of the M. AV. Grand Lodge of Cal
ifornia,) holds it3 regular meetings on the first Monday of every
month, in the third story of Makee & Anthon's brick building-,
corner of Kaahumanu and Queen streets, entrance from Queen
street. A'isiting brothers respectfully invited.
By order of AA". 31.
16-tf A. FORXAXDEIL, Secretary.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany
Sideboards, very superior, 1 smaller one, d6. do., Chest of
Drawera Mahogany, Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do., Heavy Rose
wood Extension do., Parlor Chah3 of various patterns, Mirrors
different sizes, Hat and UmbrcUa Stands, Cottage and Horizon
tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers. Also a splendid assort
ment of new pattern Housepapor with lonIer.
July 1, 1-tf VOX HOLT & IIEUCK.
7TOTICE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
11 HENRY MACFARLANE, of the Commercial Hotel at
Honolulu, and the Commercial Billiard Saloon and Res
tacbast at Lahaina, are hereby notified to make payment to
the underiTncd ; and all persons who have claims on the above
named .HENRY MACFARLANE, are requested to present
accounts to the undersigned duly appointed agents for the
settlement cf his affairs. A. P. EVERETT,
HOES Ex "Messenger Bird," for sale by
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ORGIIUNI A snpplv of this new grain on hand" and
for sale by 2o-tf II. M. WHITNEY.
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