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come out of the contest unscathed. . Even the boon of
ft removal of the duties on the raw material, will be
cninteil grudgingly, if granted at all. We have not
J-oom to sketch the debate upon this bill. No decisive
action was taken on the bill.
31 r. Comins presented a memorial ot the " Boston
ftxml of irade" on the conveyance, of the United
j at intermediate porta. The memorial represents that
j thc number of Boston vessels annually employed on
the racms coasi is upwards or three hundred, cquiv-
; the ships engaged in the whaling business i
pacific Ocean represent a capital of several millions
more and that a speedy and safe transmission of
the United States mails on the west coast of South
J America is essential. Host. Jour.
; Huntington in Prison. The New York Tribune
I has the following in regard to Huntington's entrance
f upon prison life :
U . This person, who has so lately occupied the pub
1 j lie attention in a criminal way, reached the prison on
i Friday evening last. The Warden at first designed to
place him in the hat-shop to work; but' Huntington
) I cing a cabinet maker by trade was placed in the
cabinet-shop. He preferred it to the hat-shor. On
Monday lie was busy nailing together bedstead slats,
and packing finished bedsteads for removal, lie
maintains his fortitude and works cheerfully. The
overseer of the shop in which he works, desirinjr to
i f inure him gradually to hardship, which is the prac
j tice with new arrivals for the sake of health, told him
I j that he might work with his coat on for a few days of
this cold weather; but Huntington took off his coat
J and worked as actively and cheerfully as though he
1 1 1 had all along been working at the bench instead of
: engaging in feats of financial ground and lofty tum
l bling in Wall street.
j "It w'J3 Huntington's luck to marcli into the hall
r j nest to, and be seated at the side of a large sized
f j specimen of the African race. This was new to him,
Miiiid of course not very agreeable. This sudden
: I transition from luxury to prison fare, from spacious,
I richly furnished and beautiful apartments to a nar-
I row, gloomy, meanly-furnished cell, cold and dark,
J h a change which must produce most painful sensa
: i rions in his mind. He has expressed his desire to the
keeper to be made acquainted with the rules of the
prison, so that he may strictly observe them, and he
j will make the best of it."
i The N ew Orleans Picayune says that a bargain was
closed in that city on the 18th instant, for G0,000 gal
lons of molasses in plantation, at GO cents per gallon,
for the Ohio river.
The London Lancet recommends ipecac to those
who are breaking off habits of intemperance in drink.l
It possesses stimulating qualities, but is not at al
Postage on single letters to Panama has been ro
ll luced to ten cents instead of twenty cents, from New
i j York and all places within 155 miles of that city.
The New York Tribune has a dispatch from Wash
ington, which sas that the agent and manager of the
enterprise for a renewal of the Woodworth Planing
Machine patent, has given up the struggle and gone
Death of tiie "Angel Gabriel." -John Saycrs
Orr, well known to the people of this country under
the assumed cognomen of the 'Angel Gabriel," died
at the penal settlement of Demarara, in November
An article on education in France, published in the
Const it uiionncl, states that in the year 1855 more
than 400,000 young boys, and 450,000 young girls
50,000 children, from six to thirteen years of age,
received no kind of instruction whatever.
The annual renting of pews in the Plymouth Church ,
Rev. II. W. Beccher's Brooklyn, N. Y., took place on
Tuesday Jan. G. The 202 pews rented brought a
premium of &T000 over the appraised value of 5$ 10,
000. The whole amount of rent last year was $10,
Death or a New Bedford Shipmaster. Intelli
gence lias been received from Pernambuco, announ
cing the death of Capt. Aaron C. Cushman, of the
5liip Lancer, of New Bedford, which occurred Nov.
i!2d, five days previous to the arrival of the Lancer
at Pernambuco. The Standard says Capt. Cushman
iras one of the most esteemed citizens of New Bedford.
He was about 4G years of age.
j Dr. Mott, the celebrated surgeon of New York,
I lately performed the difficult operation of tying the
fi carotid artery for the forty-fourth time. He did it
I I without the aid of spectacles-, which he does not use,
i i - - . . r TT in 1
though seventy-one years oi age. uc is tauten oi ior
President of the Academy of Medicine, an office he
has once already filled.
In New York, a little boy amused himself by placing
his nioutli at the nose of a kettle of boiling water and
inhaling the steam. He will never do it again for a
coroner's jury has sat upon him, and has censured
his parents for carelessness.
The Colluns Line. It is stated that it is the pur
pose of the proprietors of this line to make application
to Congress to terminate their contract with the gov-
I I crnment, as they find it impossible, at the reduced
f I rate of their compensation, to continue their line and
1 keep up their usual speed.
I Mr. Buchanan, the gossips tell us, will write his
I j inaugural with an eagle quill, not plucked by man
I J from the wing, but the free gift of our national bird.
1 I It appears that Senator Brown of Mississippi was
j-f proclaiming the certain election of Mr. Buchanan,
! I when a feather dropped at his feet, from the wing of
! nn eagle that was flying over. The gentleman pre
l 1 served the quill and had it forwarded to Mr. Bucha
I 1 nan.
New Steamships. Stephen G. Bogert is building
at New York two new steamships, for Charles Morgan
& Son, to be employed in the California trade, one on
the Atlantic and the other on the Pacific coast. The
one intended for the Pacific, will be the largest steam
ship that has ever floated upon the waters of that
ocean. . She will register about 3000 tuns, and will
be ready for sea in June next.
Deatii of Hcan Miller, tiie Geologist. By the
steamer Asia, at New lork, from Liverpool, we have
the mournful intelligence of the death of Hugh Miller,
the celebrated Scotch geologist, who was found shot
dead in his house. It is supposed that the sad event
was accidental. Mr. Miller has achieved a world
I wide reputation as a geologist, and as a man of great
i powers of research and scholarship. His death will
I be universally deplored as a great loss to the world of
! A Fuel Famixe. Many towns and cities on the
Ohio river are suffering from a scarcity of fuel. They
5 obtain their chief supplies of coal by flat boats from
vVittsburg; but during the past summer and autumn
I the river was so low that very little could be taken
down, and now the river is frozen tip, so that none
?' can be conveyed by that route. The railroads are,
i unfortunately, not prepared with the proper cars and
? other arrangements necessary for coal transportation;
1 and, besides, the freight on coal over the Ohio roads
t is so hiirh that it would raise coal to a ruinous price
I for poor people. At Cincinnati, the City Council has
I made an appropriation for bringing a large quantity
I of coal to the city by railroad, in order to relieve the
I necessities of the poorer classes. At New Albany,
i Indiana, the eras has been shut off from the street
I lamps, in -consequence of the scarcity of coal.
1 Treaty with the Saxdwicii Islands. The Wasli-
f ington correspondent of, the New York Herald gives
the leading features of the treaty between the United
! States and the Sandwich Islands which is now before
i the Senate. It is understood that by its provisions,
I lumber, coal, fish and flour, . and other articles of
I minor consequence, the same being the growth or
produce of the United States, arc to be admitted into
I all the ports of the Sandwich Islands free of duty.
The important articles to be received into our ports
1 free of duty are the growth or produce of the Islands,
i such as sugar, molasses and wool; but at present the
f portation is very small. It is said that some por
I tion of the sugar produced there is of a very superior
quality, and bo is their coffee. The wool being much
! carser, as it is in all tropical climates, cannot com-
Pt'te with our fine qualities in the least, , but will
I rather promote their consumption. .
f Rwiiteous Verdict.-In one of the ward courts
I m New York, last week, a suit was brought for a
I 8 lcnt of ft liousc, which the tenant had abdicated
I t the cud of one quarter, tendering the proportion of
rent for that period, which the landlord refused to
accept, and appealed in due time to the law. The
defendant proved that the house was so infested with
rats, mice, and every variety of smaller vermin, that
it was uninhabitable, if habitation implies comfort.
The jury awarded to the landlord only the rent of the
quarter which the tenant endured the nuisance,
Time and Space Annihilated. The New-Yorkers
are a fist people and no mistake ! The steam-ship
Atlantic was signaled off the light-ship between 0 and
10 o clock Tuesday forenoon. W hen a few miles out
side the Hook she was boarded by the News Agent of
he Associated Press, and the main points of her news
were despatched to Sandy Hook by the agency cf
carrier pigeons, Irom whence it was tele?riiilml to
he agent of the Association in New York, and bv him
was telegraphed to all parts of the country nearly two
nours in advance ot the arrival ot the steamer at her
wharf. The news thus sent was published in New-
York and in New Orleans about one hour in advance
of the receiDt of the steamer's mners in the formor
. A A
Marriace of the Princess Royal. As the sub
ject is one of much interest, we subjoin a brief memoir
ot the bridegroom. Amid the general bodv of Ger
man princes. Prince Frederick William Nicholas
Charles of Prussia stands high. He was born on the
18th of October, 1831, and is consequently in his
25th year, and ten years the senior of his supposed
fiancee. He holds the commissions of major, a la suit,
ot the 1st regiment of foot guards, and chef and
colonel proprictaire of other regiments in the Prussian
service. He is the eldest son and heir of Frederick
William, prince of Prussia, brother of the King, and
heir to the throne. Consequently, if the projected
marriage shall become un fait accompli, it may be
anticipated that the time is not far distant when the
throne of Prussia will be occupied by the Princess of
England. The prince is more of a soldier than a
politican; but so far as his political opinions are
known, they arc held to be in accordance with the
views of his father. According to the general report.
the prince is a person of gracious and conciliatory
manners, popular with the army and people, and the
favorite of his royal uncle. The lady whose hand is
about to be made the pledge of renewed amity with
Prussia, Victoria Adelaide Maria Louisa, Princess
Rjyal of England, was born at Buckingham Palace,
on the 21st November, 1840, and was baptized on the
lGth of February following. From the well-known
character of her royal parents, it may be assumed
that the education, both moral and mental, of the
Princess has been watched over with unceasing
vigilance; and that every effort has been used to
excite in her mind principles and feelings that will
enable her to fill the high station to which she will be
called with practical usefulness and becoming dignity.
Dr. J. II. Warren, in a communication to the Bos
ton Jtfedical Journal, states that he has successfully
administered cocoa-nut oil to a number of patients in
whom pulmonary consumption has made rapid ad
vances, in some cases mixing the oil with phosphate
of lime and tincture of wild cherry. Dr. W. expresses
his decided opinion that upon further using the cocoa
nut oil it will do as much or more for the consumptive
as the cod liver oil, not only in phthisis, but in other
diseases where the latter oil has proved bcnehcial,
and over which it takes the precedence, not only in
being more palatable and agreeable, but it does not
produce that nausea and unpleasant feeling that cod-
liver oil does.
WINES AND SPIRITS,
AT THE OLP WINE STORE, under A. I
Everett's Auction Rooms, offer for sale :
Krandy in kegs and barrels;
liramly, United Vineyard Proprietors
15 randy, Sazerac;
Hum in kegs;
Jamaica Ram in cases;
Genuine old Scotch whisky, In 1 doz cases;
Mononsahela- whisky, in barrels and kegs;
Fine old Monongahela whisky, in one doz cases;
Hollands cin in cases:
Bcheidam pin in cases;
Wolfe's Scheid am schnapps;
Clarets of different brandsi
Champagne, pints and Quarts, different brands;
fherries, pale and brown;
Fine old port;
J'yass' and other brands of ale;
Ship Slorrs, duty free. C7
IIOXOLULU K.IFIYES, ATTENTION !
Members of the above corps are notified to meet, for
regular drill, at the Armory, on THURSDAY and SAT
URDAY evenings of each week, at half past seven o'clock.
Orderly Sergeant. C7-tf
IinnTh M RED WOOD SHINGLES,
J J 10 do i inch Red Wood,
Sideing Plained, ex Fanny Major.
A general assortment of Lumber, Wiado-v Sash, Doors, &e.,
&c, always ou hand. For sale by
37-tf GEORGE G. HOWE.
OR SALE BY . C. WATEI13IAN.-
1 case custom made brogans;
60 boxes Buffalo Chips tobacco;
4 boxes Diamond chewing tobacco;
60 tins ginger snaps and pic-nic cakes;
Pilot bread, Navy bread;
Fresh salmon in f bbls;
Manila cigars. 57-tf
ESTATE OF AILEN & CO,
A DIVIDEND OF SIX PER CENT will be paid
on the above Estate at the Office of Mr. Marshall, THIS
DAY, Thursday, March 11, at 13 o'clock.
J. F. B. MARSHALL,
C. BREWLR, 2d,
TTUIilA P A YER WEATHER having eloped, or
B been enticed away from my guardianship, I forbid all
harboring or trusting her, under penalty of the
O. P. JUDD,
Guardian by appointment of the Court.
IjTj PERSONS are forbidden to purchase Mieep or
PERSONS are forbidden to purchase
Wool from the flock in charge of Dr. McDougall, and now
. . j i ;i if...:
running on tne lower jortion oi inc lanu m iiaiiuuaue, .uaui,
without my consent in writing.
FERD. W. HUTCHISON.
Lahaina, Maui, March 2, 1857.
MECHANICS' BENEFIT UNION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of this Society will be held at the Engine Room of Me
chanic No. 2, on FRIDAY EVENING, the 14th inst., at half
past 7 o clock.
O- 31 embers
will please attend without further notice.
GEO. M'CLEAN, Secretary.
TIIE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be
tween R. V. Speiden and B. Banes, in the Alhambra
Restaurant, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All lia
bilities of the firm to date will be paid by R. Y. Speiden, and all
debts due will be collected by the same.
R. V. SPEIDEN. .
. B. BANES.
Honolulu, March 7, 1S57. 37-lt
TTJECEITED BY THE Fanny Major;
JLU, New York Herald, Jan. 17, 21.
New York Tribune, Jan. 10, 17, 21. - -ALSO
Boston, New Redford,California, London Illustrated New?, and
other paiers from all parts of the world.
lt-37 H. M. WHITNEY.
CIGARS. No. 2 Manila cigars, Havana
For sale by
C. A. & H. F. rOOR.
FINE NAVY BREAD Ex Frances Palmer.
For sale by
34.tf A. J. CART WRIGHT.
SUPERIOR SYRUP. In kegs and barrels,
For sale by '
33tf A. P. EVERETT.
ThUAWIXG PAPER Of various sizes and qualities,
JULf For sale by
FI. M. WHITNEY.
TTJOOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Arply to
iL S. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
82-tf v - Merchant street, uear the Royal Hotel.
BXIS CEI,I,.a.IJ E o u s .
Family Grocery Store.
qnilE 3IOST SELECT A D VARI ED
JSL Stock Of Groceries to w fun ml in Honolulu U S!t s-vMr it-
lay 's, where officers of vessels, and the public generally "will
nil goods suitable fur their requirements.
Pic Nic do.
Sugar Cured Tongues,
Anchovies in Oil,
Anchovies in Salt,
Bolt td Fruits,
'rench Green 1'nu.s.
Fine Currants in Jars,
riums in Syrup,
nrr Very Superior Coffee Roasted and exound In suitable
AVE JUST RECEIVED ex Yankee.
Butter, of superior quality, in double packages,
Fresh Baltimore Cove Oysters,
Fresh Clams, Green Corn, Apples and assorted Meats,
Superior " Moss Rose" Tobacco, in small boxes,
Dupont's Rifle Powder, in 1 lb cans,
Yeast Powders, India Currie,
Striped Shirting, brown cotton and hicory Shirt3. 18-t
NOTICE TO WMALKJIEIV.
MACY & LAW,
DEALERS IN WHALEMEN'S SUPPLIES AND GENERAL
Kawaihae, Hawaii, S. I.
AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND a good
supply of Hawaiian Beef, Hogs, Sheep, and numerous
other articles required by Whalemen. The above articles can
be furnished at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms in exchange fur bills on the United States, or orders on
any Merchant at the Islands. No charge made on inter-ilaud
JZP Beef packed to order, and warranted to keep in any
1$. W. FlEIil
FFERS FOR SALE,
ex American bark Frances Palmer, from San Francisco, Cali
fornia, United States of America :
Oolong tea. asstd sizes,
cases boots, asstd patterns,
cases bootees, " " cases
brogans, do do, cases buskins, do do,
cases gaiters, do, white kid slipier3, ca3C3
clocks, glazed hats, glazed navy caps.
ROLLS OIL CARPET,
blk alpacca, habits & sleeves
einbroid. collars, small
travelling bags, blls
felt hats, bro do
i BARRELS MESS BEEF,
India rubber coats. 32-tf
MI E CO-PA RTNERSHI P heretofore existing un
der the name of ROBINSON & HLGIIES, in the saddlery
business, and OllLSON & Co., in the upholstery busiuess, will
be mutuallv dissolved about the 31st of March.
All persons having claims against said firms will please present
them, and all those who are indebted, will please to call and set-
J. P. HUGHES.
TIIE sulscriber will conduct the Saddlery and Upholstery
Business at the ojd stand, where he will be ready and willing to
serve his old friends and customers. '
3G-2t R. H. ROBINSON.
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOLASSES,
7LT1ROM TIIE NEW CROP, Koloa Plantation, for
II. HACKFELD & Co.
MASTS OF ALL SIZES,
-HTIOR SALE BY
II. HACKFELD & CO.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
IN SIGHT DRAFTS on Bos
ton, Mass. U. S., to be drawn in sums
to suit, at current rates. Apply to
Honolulu, March 3d, 1S57. (36-lt) J. C. SPALDING.
i" W I L L I A M S & JONES,
Babies worked frocks.
7 Store opposite 1). N. Flitner's. SG-2t
TIIE UNDERSIGNED have this day entered into a
co-partnership, under the name and stjie of WILLIAMS
& JONES, as dealers in General Merchandise.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
F. L. JONES.
Honolulu, Feb. 2d, 1850. 36-39
NEW RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
HERMAN BENZLER respectfully informs his
friends ami the public of Honolulu iu general, that he will
open, on the first of February next, a new Restaurant and
Coffee Saloon, on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel.
Those who will honor him with their patronage may rest
assured that the most strenuous exertions will be used to merit
the continuance of their support. 31-ly
NEW GOODS, PER YANKEE.
Hickory and checked shirts;
Scarlet flannel shirts;
Just received and for sale by
S5-tf C. A. & II. F. TOOR.
EX "MESSENGER BIRD" AND "FANNY
M A J OR" Just received and for sale cheap at J. Fox's
Bakery and Grocery Store :
Tierces of new Hams, half-barrels Cranberries cargo of 1S5G.
Boxes Jenny Lind Cakes, do Ginger Snaps, do Soda Crackers,
" Water Crackers, assorted Jams and Jellies, Sauces,
Ketchup, and a large variety of other articles too numerous to
particularize. (28-36) J. FOX.
O. 2 MANILA CHEROOTS,
Superior black Tea. Denims.
Woinens Shoes, native pattern,
A. P. EVERETT.
INS WATER CRACKERS,
Jenny Lind Crackers,
" Ginger Snaps, for sale by
3G-lt C. A. & n. F. POOR.
THE UNDERSIGNED Intend leaving the kingdom
on or about the first nf Amil. J. P. HUGHES.
THE UNDERSIGNED intends leaving this king
dom. - (36VU) JAMES WILSON.
T .T. FOX'S BAKERY AND GROCERY
. STORE, will be found a nice lot of Groceries iust re
ceived ex Yankee etc.
Also Best California Flour $4 00 per 50 lbs. 3C-tf
N ASSORTMENT OF PRINTED RE
CEIPT BOOKS on hand, and for sale by
34-tf - II. M. WHITNEY.
AK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK, FOR
sale by (3-tf) H. HACKFELD & CO.
CORDAGE AND CIGARS The agent of the
Hudson's Bay Company offers for sale the following, in
lots to suit purchasers, viz :
Manila Cordage, 1J, 2, 21, 2h,2, 3, 31, 31 and 4 inches, in
all 42 coils. . .. : . r
10 coils whale line; 20,000 llwana shape cigars No. 2. 17-tf
NCIIORS &. CHAINS, for sale t the lowest mar
kct rates, by Jyl, 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
REGIT I All LINE OF PACKETS
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIE FAST SAILING: CLIPPER BARK
JAMES SMITH, Master.
Will sail for the above port on WEDNESDAY, March 1J at 11
For freig'at or passage, apply to
C. A. WILLIAMS & CO., Agent.
33" Pas.-sengers, without exception, must procure Pasr-iorts
the Custom lk'iisvi, as required by law. S3
FOR NEW YORK.
THE SPLENDID A 1 CLPIPER SHIP
J. GREEN, Command r,
Will have dispatch for I ha abova iort. For fretjrht or passage
apply to (o0-tf) R. COADY & CO., Agents.
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
THE FAST SAILING SCHOONER
Will hereafter run regular on the alcove route. For freight or
passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
20-tf HACKFELD & CO.
BOSTON AND S. I. PACKETS.
Will be despatched regularly from BOSTON for HONO
LULU in the montlu of September, December, March and
May or June. ,
For freight or passage.apply to
B. W. FIELD,
Honolulu or to
II. A. PIH15CE,
July 1, lS56-tf. 6 Commercial Wharf, Boston
WELLS, FAKCJO CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Colu, Let
ters and valuable paret.ls, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange In sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes.
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic foute from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1, lS5G-tf. R. COADY & CO.. Agents.
Pacific Express Co.
PfcK? . . - . -
t lyjfrTA For the speedy ana sale transpor
tation of Merchandise, Specie, Letters and valuable packages to
all parts of the United States. A. P. EVERETT,
fflMIE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
H the cargo of the American ship RADUGA, M. S. Green,
master, expected to arrive from Boston about the 15th of March,
Barrels and tins boiled Unseed oil)
Cuss spirits turpentine)
Wiudow Glass, assorUd sizes)
Cans Putty ;
Half barrels saltpetre
Half barrels whiting;
Goshen Butter; bales hops;
Split peas; half bbls beansj
P A cheese; Goshen cheese;
Codfish; No. 1 mackerel;
Tierces Boston sugar-cured hams;
Assorted meats; Pepper sauce;
Salmon; Green peas)
Brandy Peaches) Ebls vinegar)
Bbls Rice; Herring;
Water, butter and oyster crackers;
Stough ton's bitters; Bbls hide poison;
Dunbar's bitters; Smoking pipes.
75 half bbls crushed sugar;
150 coils Manila cordage;
300 bbls mess beef;
50 bbls rump iork;
100 half bbls mess and clear pork;
80,000 lbs navy and pilot bread in whalemen's csks;
60 bales oakum;
200 oars, assorted sizes;
1000 bushels salt;
100 bbls Haxall flour;
l0 bolts cotton duck;
2 )0 bundles hoop iron)
40 hhds Blacksmith's coal;
20 pkgs sheet iron;
40 bxs tin plate; '
200 bundles brooms.
45 cases yellow metal, assorted, 1C to 2S ox;
Composition nails, li to 21 inch.
10 cases blue cottons;
Half bbls staves)
Iron wire for fencing;
Planters' hoes; Soft coal;
20,000 pine clapboards;
White pine sheathing, 13 feet long;
White pine boards, 10 feet long;
Yellow pine plank, 3 J by 12 inch;
Yellow pine plank, 4 by 12 inch.
CHARLES BREWER 2d.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1857. 33-3m
ISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership heretofore existing between James
Wilson and John F. Colburn, under the name of Wilson &
Colburu, Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, at
Lahaina, Maul, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
JAM KS WILSON,
JOHN F. COLBURN.
Lahaina, Feb. 3, 1S57. " S4-3
OTICE. The subscriber will resume the Ship Chan-
sll.m- rl Pi.TTiniijiin 1llliinp4 nfc HlP fct.ind- whiTP it
will 'be conducted on his own account, under the name of
Bolles &: Co.
B. F. EOLLE3.
Lahaina, Feb. 3, 1857. 34-tf
MANILA AND FINA GOODS.
UST RECEIVED from Manila via San Francisco,
Man 11 a Cordage, (small sizes;)
For sale by
20-tf B. W. FIELD.
MY WIFE. KUIIIKLHILAU, HAVING
left me without provocation, I hereby forbid all persons
harboring or trusting her on my account, as I shall nit pay any
debts of her contracting. SALEM P. HANCIIETT.
Wailua, Kauai, Feb. 14, 1S57. 34-4t
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. All persons having claims
r agaillM Ulc C5Uie ui Vy . 11. uuii'-i, Ul incuse j;i cacuv men
nrvMmte fiir ninrr-;il. and nil 1rtrRons indebted to the estate
are requested tomake immediate payment of the fame to
1 t t t uiri?iii' ft r
s. xi. ijjiifin.:, Assignee.
Honolulu; Jan. 27, 1S57. ....... Sl-tf
NOTICE. The business of cooper, hitherto carried on by
Mr. C. 11. Butler, wCl be continued at the same stand, and
orders will be thankfully received and promptly executed, by
Mr. Norton, on the premises, or C. n. Lewers, as Assignee, who
has authority to conduct the business. ,
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1S57. . . - SI
HAWAIIAN BEEF. .
THE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, and war
ranted, under the supervision of James Makee, Esq., for sale by
Sl-tf CHAS. BREWER 2u.
OTICE. The undersigned having re-opened bis old
stand, opposite the teamen's Una pel, In the rear of Messrs.
Castle fc Cooke's store. King street, begs to be favored with the
patronage of his old friends and the public in general. -
He offers for sale, at moderate prices, French and German
cloths, siiks and satins, ii various colors, kinds and qualities,
Also, a variety of Tailors'trimmings and tools Tailoring in all
its various branches, in the latest fashion and at the shortest
notice. ' - - "
S2-tf . C. H. NICHOLSON.
CARDS. A very choice assortment of Visiting, Wedding,
Business and colored Ticket Cards, just received and for
sale by -
, 35-40 II. M. WHITNEY.
131 E FOR SALE. Enquire of
R. A. S. WOOD.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
TO-MORROW, (Friday) March 13,
At 10 o'clock, at Sale Rooms, geutial al of sMrchandiM.
&C-, consisting of
Groceries, ury uoous.
Clothing, boots and shoct, . . .
Faint, oils, , :
Turpentine, &c, &c, &c. "
I. W. F I E li D .
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OFFERS FOR SALE-W merenanuts-; tccvitcu y
late arrivals from the United Slates, the following named
Fina goods, handkerchiefs and dresses, India satins, corah hand-
kercliicls, curoine orange painw, jr--vu m, ..nn-j
paints, blue drills, bro. drills, Hue flannel,
orange shoeting, preen d--, ;vUinets,
Irish linen, Svbs mull checks,
white and grey blankets, "
Seersucker coats, white wo-l shirts,
white wool drawers, fancy calico shins,
brown drill drawers, women's eottm We, :
men's Taney cotton hose, white drill drawirs,
.1 o.; rir:iwrs. linen check hirt.
c.nsihncrc pants, red" flannel shirts, blue do do, red do drawer,
Hunt's shovtls, unman wchs.
Hunt's axes, rn ass'.f
Hunt' hatchets, casks sad irons,
claXf table spoons, . .
caat steel hoes, cooking stoves,
boiler iron, tin boilers.
Ravens . "
Refined crushed sugar,
' tranulated do.
Yellow bank tobacco.
Sandwich Islands do,
Sandwich Island cofte
No. 1 SOAP.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Sicily Madeira Wine, .
Sparkling Catawba Wine,
Dry Catawba Wiuo,
Monongah la Whisky,
No. 2 Matiila chcroota,
Barrel covers, -Horse
Black silk hats,
2 and 3 hoop pails,
1 ship's cambosc,
Yellow metal sheathing, assorted,
Two top buggies,
1 open buggy, -Lackawana
steamboat coals, Charts,
- Dyer's healing embrocation,
Fairbanks' patent platform scales, asst. slaos,
4 couuter .
ONE SUGAR MILL, complete,
Barrels Epsom Salts, (32-tf) Phials, assorted slo.
Now in the time to subscribe Tor
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPERS
riMIIE UNDERSIGNED is Agent to receive subscript
JL tions throughout this kingdom for any of the following
publications. Subscriler3 will receive them punctually ou the
arrival of each mail from the United States, when paid fr. iu
Harper's Monthly Magazine (the ne plus ultra
of Magazines, j - -
. 5 00
Putnam's Monthly Magazine,
Graham's Illustrated 44 - -
Leslie's Magazine of Fashion, - .
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, -Knickerbocker
Littcl's Living Age, (weekly) - -The
School-Fellow, (a monthly Mag. for children)
Blackwood's Magazine, (English) ...
Blackwoxl and the 4 English Quarterlies,
Either of the 4 English
United States Illustrated Magazine, - .
North American Review, (quarterly) -
De Bow's Review, (monthly) - :
Dickens' Household Words, -
Hutchiug's California Magazine,
London Illustrated News, (weekly) -
Evening Mail, (tn-wetkly or the London
Times) - - 23 00
M Punch, (weekly) 7 00-
Despatch, " . - 14 00
Bell's Life in London, - - - . 14 00
London Weekly Times, - , - 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaicr. - - 10 00
French Courier des Etats Unis, - ' . . - 6 50
New York Herald, (weekly) - - $6 00
" " Tribune, " - 4 00
" " Times, " - - - 4 00
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly) - -
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, 14 - 5 00
San Francisco Herald, - . - 6 00
44 44 Bulletin, - - . - 6 00
44 Alta California, - - 6 00
" 44 Town Talk, - ... - 600
Boston Journal, (weekly) . . . . 4 00
Willis' Home Journal, - - - - 400
New York Independent, (weekly) - - ' 4 00
Philadelphia Evening Post 44 - - 4 00
Harjer'3 Weekly Journal, - .-.-. 400
Life Illustrated, (a weekly Family Journal) - - 4 00
The Country Gentleman, do 4- 44 - 4 00
New Bedford Mercury, - . . . 4 00'
44 44 Ship last, - - 8 00 .
Cultivator Magazine, (monthly, on farming,) . 2 00
The above list comprises the cream of British and American
periodical litvrature, and will be supplied to subscribers here
at the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking several
periodicals will be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
periodicals are regularly received by each mail frtm the United
States,"inl can be supplied on application. The undersigned
will also order by mail any papers not in the above list for those
who may desire theu. (31-52) 11. M. WHITNEY.
D W. TIOFFSCIILA GER & S T A P E KW
'IIOR.ST offer for sale:
New GARDEN SEEDS ; CLOVER do., GRASS do;
Clothing in large assortment, Prints, Mn.lins,
ISrown ami blue Jnii3, winte Mnrting, cneeting, . , t -
French, black and colored Silks and Satins,
Black Cravats and Corahs, Hosiery,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, ladies' and gent's Riding Hats,
Splendid House Paper,
Solar Lamps complete, Wrapping Paper for groceries,
Gold Leaf, Tin, Soldering Tin, Zink,
Lead In sheets, Lead Pipes, Adamantine Candlea,
Edam and Swiss Cheeses, Split Peas, Lentiles,
Pearl Barley, Snuff, Matches of all kinds,
Burton Ale and Porter, Clay Pipes, .
Raspberry and Gooselerry Syrup, '
Brandy and'llollands Gin in bond,
Demijohns and Refined Salt, . ; '.tA "
And a great variety of other merchandise, all cf late Importa
A. I? and A. HI.'
HAAVAIIAN LODG E; NO. 21, F. Sc A . M
(under the jurisdiction of the M. W. Grand Lndge of Ca!
ifornia,) holds its regular meetings on the first Monday of every
month, in the third story of Makee & Anthon's brick building,
corner of Kaahnmanu and Queen streets, entrance from Queen
street. Visiting brothers respectfully invited.
16-tf A. FORNANDER, Secretary.
N. LA DD HAS JUST. RECEIVED
and offers for sale .
Cut nails and 6pikes; gate latches j '; "' " "
Door locks and hinges of every kind 5 . . v
Manure forks; safety fuse; files;
Shot of different sizes; shoe nails and "thread, &c. C5-3
COFFEE t COFFEE II
COFFEE OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, from the
Hanalei plantation. For sale by
31-tf , : A. P. EVERETT.
JUST RECEIVED FROM LIVERPOOL-
Per 44 Yankee," from San I'ranciaco, -
5 cases English Prints,
33 casks London Porter. -17
casks XX Whltbreal's Ale. ; ' ' , . ".. -For
sale at the store of "...
35tf ' ' ' - - . RODT. Cr JANION:.
fit fh -R'EW'A R D ! wdl be paid by the sub
Jf, J scriber for the detection and conviction of any
person who may wilfully cause a false alarm of FIRE
2T"tf A. J. CARTWRIGHT. C.H F. D.