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1I0N0 LULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 23, 1857.
SIX DOLLARS PER AttXUM.
- VOLUME li NUMBER 43.
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The Bool-BIacli A Story for Hofa "
. BT PHI UP BARRETT , . - ,
liet us, thrrt, b up arxldolnj,' ' .
'With a heart for any fate
Still adiievlnjr, still pursuing,;.. - -Ltaru
tu lalxir axi to wait.--Lnqft How.
About a hundred y&rs ago, there lived in the city
(. f Oxlunl, Fugland, a boy whoso name was George.
Sie vrus very fwxr so much so. that he was compelled
lu clean the boots of the students at the University to
o!t.iin mcney with whicn to buy the necessaries . of
life. Hid countenance was pne of 'no ordinary ap
T eir ince. Hi eyo was keen and piercing; his. ore
lt:il i.i.ble and lofty ; and every; feature of-his fice
v.-is perfectly dt' eloped. ' By 'his .easy.. and .polite
r,i;iurir,'hU ol JiindisfHsition, and his warn and
'.ueixu nature, he-noon won the confideHee and
t-to'T'i of -many of tliose ujon whom ho waited. The
p overty of clothing served better. to, show, the richness
t.f -1 r-iinil wliich only, needed cuUivHtiuu" to make-it
one of the brijhtest in the whole country. The stu
iltMirs of the University seeing such. noble qualities in
their lowly and humble boot-black, determined to
ei icite him, and many . cf tliem levoted no . little
Eiiare of tlieif time to that purpose. They found' him
ready, willing and studious. He lost not a moment
of li i s jrecK)u.s time; but applied himself diligently,
j.-reeringly, to his studies, and .soon became tin
ton il, if not a su, eriorto some of his instructors,
IIts advancement was very rapid; so great, was it)
tint number were unable to recognize in the gifted
and talented young man, the once poor and needy
boot-black. About this time there, was a great change
in the religion of En gland. . There aroseasectr which
from the peculiar habits of its members, their strict
observance of the Sabbath, their faithful reading of
God's word, and their frequent and stated". engage
ments in prayer, -was called Methodists. With this
p-vrty George immediately counected himself, and
boon became one of the ablest and most consistent
Members. The youths who once sought his company,
row treated him with sneering contempt. :
Those who once considered him a young man of
extraordinary abilities, then considered" him a-reck-k.-is
fanatic, and -avoided his society as they would
h ive a worthless drunkard. All this did not move
him. He was as firm as a rock. Nothing could
chauge him. Like Moses, he preferred a life of
Christian consistency tQ the en jo meut of sin. for a
season. His unchanging conduct won for him many
warm and ardent admirers, and numbers who. for
merly branded him as a fanatic became his best
friend. I have not the time, children, to say much
more concerning the, character of this -interesting
young man. It will be sufficient to add, that be soon
"became one of the most pious and talented preachers
in England, and such'numbers fiocked to. hear him
that the largest house in London could not contain
them. . - -
He ij reached in the open field- to thousands upon
thousands; and the great amount of good which he
dA, eternity shall tell. Dear boys, do Hot mind the
siieiTs of your companions. Do your duty, let the
consequences be what they may. Be industrious,
energetic. Don't mind difficulties. They only make
your arm stronger, and your heart braver. If this
poor boy could arise from the lowly position of a boot
black to that of one of the most pious and eloquent
preachers England ever produced, can not you go and
" do likewise ?" You have no idea wiiat you can do
till you try. Energy combined with tamest 'prayer
will accomplish the most difficult task.
Boys, would you like to know the name of the boy
who blacked the boots of the students at Oxford Uni
versity ? It is George Whitfield. . .
"A little word in kindness spoken,
A motion or a tear, "
Has often healed heart that' broken, ' .
And mada a triejud sincere.!'
Speak kindly, thou mother, as thou a-eprovest thy
erring child. Remember that gentle words will soften
his heart, and, in after years,' when thou shalt be
gone, they will linger around it, and be shield to
guard it against temptation. -.Lt is kind, word that
memory twine avound our hearts and guards them
with care. - : ' - -'
Speak kindly, thou husband, as thou xomest to thy
I eyeful home with .thy heart saddened by the cares
- f husiuess.. Banish, thy sorrows as thou enterest thy
k'me. and meet her with a suiile who waits- for thee
with n hanpr heart. Remember, she, too, has sorrows
tim are hard to bear, and. thine should not bo added
t "u ivinto. Therj meet her. with a smile and- a kind
ord, and when she has left thee, no recollection of
unkind words or harsh looks will make, her - memory
?i ! and unpleasant, but hallow it with a remembrance
cf :. li t'e of happiness and joyv - . "
peak kindly, thou man of business, unto tby
f.li'.w-inan. lie may be unfortunate and need thy
rt-'p, and if thou can not assist him, speak kindly to
him and cheer" him up. Bid him hope, And thou wilt
'm e aided him vastly. If thou hast misfortunes or
"nury moments to. cloud lhy,brow do not let it aflect
thy intercourse with thy fe'low-meix. Speak kindly
to them. Heaven will bles thee for it.
Thf. (JsKFrLNESs of Birds. -XI takes mankind a
?rett while to learn the ways of Providence, and to
understand that things are 'bettfer contrived for him
ti tn he can contrive them himself. Of late the peo
ple are beginning to learn that they have mistaken'
the character of most of the. little birds, and have. not
Understood the object of the Almighty- in creating
inetn. mey are tooKeu upon as the friends, and very
j great friends Of those who sow and reap. . It has been
seen that they live mostly on insects, which are among
I the worst enemies tf the agriculturist, and that if
I fney take now and then a grain of wheat; they levy
i t ut a smnll tax for the .immense services r rendered, i
I ta this altered state of things legislatures are passing
I Hws for the protection of little birtLr, and- inereisiiQg
I pertitlties to be enforced iipon the Jblrd-killers.
I An illustration of the 'value of some of the sringed
1 fribe is now before us in a paragraph from a paper
I li i.ghamton, N.-Y.- : -- . " "
1 A farmer in that neighborhood wished to borrow a
?in of a neighborj for the purpose of killing some
.yell.w birds in his field of wheat, eating dp the grain,
v uis neifrhhor jllinrxl tA loan thft jrnri- thr he thought
r - ' O r o
iQe birds usefuL In order, however, to irratirV his
: nn-sity he shot one of them,, opened its crop, -and
v r,'nd in it two hundred weevils, and but fburtrrains
i J" wheat, and iu these-four grains ' the weevil had
i arrowe.tt This was a roost instructive lesson r and
Jorth tire life of the poor bird, valuable as"' it ivas,
. JUis bird is said to resemble the canary, and to sing
ly. One of our citizens, a careful observer and
"her of manv farms, called
:. ar'i2raDh.".ind wished us t usa if. a a
w m aw. V A 1. IV 1 1 It I II I 7t
; h,,,:.:. x .7 . .7 7 . -T &cr-vi
Wi. g or tiie DeneDt or 106 farmers and others
l o may look upon liltle birds as inimical to their
I . H says he has studied the subject, as a
U l Ui natural ntstory as well 'as a hunter and &
1 3 IJ? r and h ere is hardly a bird that flies
HVt' iot a friend of the farmer and the gardener.
1 znJ-' the gentleman is right, and hope his sug-
haTe their due weight.JVH; Haven
iaj odium. . - .... s
Shir. Chandler and General Commission Merchant, Queen street
opposite Makee & Anthon's brick block, Honolulu, Oahu, S.I
, REFERENCES v
Jlesuru. Mooi'.E ic Folger, - San Francisco. .
J. & l Macy ... Nantucket.
Cha. G. k. II. CoFri.v, - ' .
IS. II. Iii.Biuca k Co.) - -..Boston.
Capr. E. G4KDXER, - - Sew Bedford.'
is ly - - -- ,
R. COADY & CO.,
Snipping and Commission 3Ierchants, Honolulu, S. L
REFEILENCES. " - - .. ?
Messrs. Ori.vb.l,.Mixtcr i Cu.
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- Bostra. ,
iil .in? a. VO..
. Hitler, KkJTa &; Hill, -
VELL4!, FARiiO & CO.,
Shaw & Uekd, , - -AL.oi
& Co., - -O.
F. Ibain- & Co., ' -
W'jf . I'tMTAf Co., -
Barlo. Brothers s: Co.,
- llonjt Kong.
Exchanpe f.H- sale on the United State3 and Europe.
Honolulu July 1, 1836. - Jyl-tf
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,"
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, ndnolulu,
Oahu, S. I. V
Messrs. Morgax, Hathaway, & Co., San Francisco. .
- Maoondhav & Co.j . . ..
- T). R. Grkkx & Co., - New Bedford. ,
James B. Cos4,'Esq., . - - -W.
G. E. lop, . . .
Honolnlu, July 1, IS56. ' " " - - jyl-tf
. if. w. riuLi,
Couunissicn Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Ialaiida.,
By iennl9on, he refers to
C. W. CAHTWBioniT, rresident of .Manufacturers Iosurancc
- Messrs. II. A.. PiKHCKr - - -Thayek,
Ricic & Co.,
. '"' "HiwAWi MOit Rob!XjOi,
JOHS V.,BAKKliTr ii SOMS,
PruKixs & Smith,
. B. F. S.X'J', - -
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RITSON' &. II ART,
Successors to Mr. Henry RoVnnson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, llouolulu, H. 1., under the Auction Rcnun of A.
' I'.'Everett, Atxctioueer, nearly opiiosite the Custom Iluuse.
' BOLLES -St CO.,
Sldp Chandlers ' and Coinmi.iin -Merchants attd Denlei-s In
General Merciiandise, Ikihaiua, .Maui. . Whalers furaislxed
with recruits at tne shortest notice, in exchange for poods
or hills. - . -' 34-tf
GUiT. C. MELCfTKiiS. . UlST. KKISKKS.
MELCIIERS & CO., . '
Comraissinn MercJiauts and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oaltu,
S. I. Stone stor corner of Kaahutnanu anl Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
U. S. and Europe. - ' July 1, ISoG-tf
' TIIOxlIAS SPENCER,
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S, I.
Ships supplied with refrcshraenfs," provisions, &c. at the
shortest notice, uii rclvsonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
Juiy 1, lboG-tf
C- A. & If. F. POOR, . '
shipping and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Whaler's Bill on the United State wanted. Island
Produce bought and sold, and taken in exchange for
Goods. - - 16-tf
J. C. SPALDINC:r
Commission Merchant, and IuqMirter, Honolulu, Oahu,S. I.
Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the V. . and Europe. Con
signments from abroad promjitly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. ' Jy 1-tf
j C. RREWER 2d,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Money
advanced on favorable tenns for bills of Exchange on the
U .S., England anl France. J uly l, lS56-tf
.ROBERT C. J ANION,
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S.
L Jy 1 tf .
It. II A CKFELU & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, S.I. . .; . July 1, liSotMf
H. VOJf HOLT- . - TH. C. llEtXK.
Von IIOLX & IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1-tf
CHARLES BREWER, -
Commission Merchant; Boston U. S. liefer to Jas. Makee and
K. W. ood. Esgrt. yy July 1, 1856-tf
ALEX, J. CATIT WRIGHT,-".
Coramisgion Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honoiulu,
Oahu, II. I. " . , July 1, lS56-tf
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KRXST K.RCLL. ... KDUAKD MOLL.
KRULL & MOLL,
Importers and Commission Merchants, Kaahumanu street Ma
kee'a block. . - . - July 1, l56-tf
FELIMIEIM & CO., . -
mporters and " Commission - Merchants, Queen T?L Honolulu.
Oahu,S. I. . . , ' J'lly l.lS5o-tf
A I. EVERETT,
Commission Mercbaut, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. July 1, 1856-tf.
- JOIINTHOS. HrATERIIOL'SE
Imixrter, Wholesale axtd Ketail deajer Jn geuerel merchandise.
Whalers and Xavy Hills bought and sold.', July 1, 1-tf
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SAM'L. X. CASTIfBT - AMOS. S. COOKE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholerak&nd Ketail dealers in General Merchandise,-
at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the. large Stone Churcb. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by . II. Nicholsfm, in King street, opx
- site the' Seam ans ChapeL Agent for Dr. Jayues Medi
cines. . . : , July 1, 16o6-tf
W. A. ALDKICH. . . . ) , .. - C. K. EliyoP.
ALDRICII & BISHOP, .
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. L- Island produce bought and sold. Agents for the sale
' of Sugar; Molasses, Coffee,' &c, from the Lihue and other
.. , A.P.EVERETT,
AuctioReer, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Auctioneer, Honolulu, Oaliu "II. J. - .. ?.
. Jy 1-tf
' 'GEORGE CLARK,
Dealer in I)ry And Fancy Gods, Hotel street between Nunanu
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
, - UTAI & ; A II EE,
I tc porters -of China Goods, anH dealers in general merchandise,
- Tea, Coffee, Sugar, and Mohises; King st. Honolulu, Oahii. .
July lvlS36tf . rM
' J GEORGE-CJ. nOWEy
Lumber Mrchint, yard comer of Queetr and -Nona nu streets on
, the luiichnl premises. . July 1-tf -
Importer and dealer in Hardware, Fortt. Honolulu.
- HENRY RHODES,
Importer of, and deuler fn Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
- : thPost ofSce Honoiula. " ; ' ' July 1, J856rtf
" ' ' IE. O..HALL. ' ; ' .
Importer and Dealer n Hardware, Dfy Gwds.T'aipta, Oils,aml
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and iting streets."
7 " .T. SAVIDGBA MAVr , . .
Grocers and 1 Provhuon Merchanhi, aud "JSofle Roasters,, King
street n'$af th, Betfiei. . . . ": . ,"-. ; .... July 1 ltf
"7 ;.3 . .JII. WOOpi 1r -.':-:'r- v
Manufacturer. Imnorter and Dealer in Boots and Shoes "of eVerr
criptionr-lKe-FIfidIhg,"Pimp,6l Itiggmtr, Harness- 4
- and Patent Leathers: -flf. 3,t Tto hd-TSucte Sliins- I
- Trunks, Valises, Sparring Gloves, F.als, ftrwi Masks,Black
Brusne3 Hosiery, ;c. &e. Brick. hoa storc corner of
Fort And Merchant stj , Honolulu, II. T. July 1-tf
: . BTJSITSSS- CilHDS.
Importer and Dealer in General Merchsnde, Honolulu, .Oahu,
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HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
James F. B. Marshall, Treasurer, Posl-Onice Buildiups, up
' Stairs. . '-; "IT-tf
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HONOLULU MEDICAL IIALL,
GORNER jOF -MERCHANT AND KAAIIUMANC STREETS,
Dr. McKiBBile?r? to Intimate that he is notrjoined by his son
Jr. Rotiert McKibbin, nit-uiber of the Royal College of Sur
geons, London, one of whom leiag always in attendance,
will aff4- an additional guarautee to persons requiring
advice wr uaedlcine.
He has jutt received an assortment of English Drags, Perfumery,
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 wUJi the
greatest care. . Medicine chests carefully examined and
replenished. - " .
AttemUtice.at the office from 8 A. M., till 6 o'clock P.. M., on
' week days, and on Sundays S o'clock, A. M., t 11 o'clock,
A.M. At other times, at his residence, Union treet.
rr A cwnsinmeut of best London White Paint and Linseed Oil
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Office and Drug Store", Ciueen Street, near the market.' Ship's
" Medicine chests refitted and prescriptions enrefully prepared,
under th supervision of LANU11ERNE. Hot, cohl vaijor,
shower and medicated Batu.s. at all hours. 7-ly
CIIAS. T. GUILLOU, .
Late Surgeon United State3 Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen. - Office next door to J. C. SpaWing
Kaahumanu St.; Resilience at the mansion of B. Pitman
Eq. corner of Beretania and Alakea.st. Respectfully pflers.
Lis professional ser'ice to resident fa rallies, to the shiiJiintr,
and to strangers generally. Melical and Surgical .wlvico in
English, French, Spanish, and Italian. Office hours 'from
II A. 31. tc 2 P. M., and from 4 to 5 P. M. Jyl-tf
At otut.-r hours enquire at his residence.
Physician and Surgeon, ollice inthe anew drug store, . corner of
Kaahumami and Quira sts. M kee's block. Jy 1-tf '
; . CHARLES, W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The uud signed would in-
form his friends and the publie; that he has taken-the well
kiKKW'u Carpenter premises -qf Q. II Lewers, Esq.. on Fort
: street, and woild solicit that patronage heretofore so liberally
be'stweil.' All ords in the. various branches of Building,
Phins, Sijecine-.ttions and Contracts attended to with prompt
ness aid dispatch. '
23-tf - . -CHARLES W. VINCENT.
- ' C. If. LEWERS,
Carpenter nd Lumber Merrtwiwt, Fort St. Honolulu.
F. L. JONES, :
Retail deader in Pry Goods, Clothing; &c
- ' -Nnuanu sts. HiTKlula,' II. I.
, corner-of Quef-n and
Baier and Grocer, Nuuanrf-stfeot, II molulu, Oahu, II. I.
PAUL C. DUCORRON,
Attorney at La.v, Comyancer and Accountant. Office comer
of Merchant aid Kaahumanu Streets Ilonofula. 5-tf.
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GEORGE C.S1DER.S, ,
Manufacturer and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
. Kaahumalm stivtrt, opposite. J.-C. Spalding's Honlalu, II.
. Summer Uaktrs, Tin and Copper Pumps, Uathiug Tubs.
FtMjt a ud Shower l'aths, Tiu ahd Zinc Rooting, und a gen-
eral assoi'tment of Tin wJrc Shii work executed, with
neiitiiess ami dispatch. . . July 1, 1-tf -
11., Hauley, returning thanks for the patronage ao liberally he
stowed upon him at the Family Market,' begs te notify
" that he will remove,. On the 1st of Ajril, to the NEW
-. CITY MARKET, opposite the new store of J. 'I. Water
. house, Esq., King street, where, in conjunction with Mr.
Maxwell, he will endeavor to give satisfaction . to those"
who may continue to extend their favor.
N. B. . Attention will le paTd .to the eekctiqj of stock, so" that
the best quality of iieat may be rcliuil on.
XT Orders punctually attended" tond" delivered to any part
cf the city within two miles, free of .extra charge. o9-tf
' ROBINSON &' RUCHES,
Saddle ajud Haruesa maiiufaclurer?; corner oFovt and Hotel fat.
" ' 2 ft A'
OHLSOX Jc CO.,
Carriage trHnmin?,'UpIilstery, and Mattrass manufactory, on
the eorncTof Fort a tul Hotel street." ". ' - 5-tf
COOPERAGE ' COOP E RACE !
Th undersigned would "inform hfa friends and residents, that he
etill continues to carry on his business iu all.its branch at
the old stand corner of Xuuanu and -Marine streets. Ship .
. Agents and Masters' are respectfully invited to" call and es--.
.amine his large and desirable assortment of Casks, Barrels, -etc!,
Orders left at his shop wiH be executed with dispatch'.
. and on the most reasonable term. - II C GRAHAM.
N. .n. . Oh hand ajnd foj? sale, 4000 bbla CasJcs. 7-ly "
; ' ' .'. AV. J. UAWL1XS CO. . . ;
Soap ManuEicturers, Lek, IIoiiululu, are thankful for past ,
" fiwors, and with thi'ir presentimprovements,- nre prcparwl
tosupplj' Mecchauts atid families with 'HARD -nd bUFT"
SQAr, Nearsrfoot Oil. 17r Tallow, 'Slush, Oil Ttxits, and .
- all klinls of Grease; tak6n in trade or for cash. I3-6m
S. HOFFjIEVER, - -
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, "and General '
Merchandise, Lahaina Maui, H. I. Sliip3 farnisheil with
recruits. Whalers Bill wanted on the U. S. am! Eurone. -
July 1, 1856-tf
GILLIAN & COv '.)
?hip Chandlers " and General Asrenfs Lahaina, Maui, ' I.
Ships supplied with recruits, ittiruge and nney. Jy- 1-tf
JOHN D. HAVEKOST,
Auctioneer, Wairukn, East Mauf.
. 5 rrr-
G. D. GILjJAN,
Auctioneer, LahSina, Maul, II. I.
JOHN TIIOS. WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, and cbcap dealer ia. general mecLaiKlise. Lahaina.
-laui.c. x. Juiyi, l-tf
. , B. .PITMAN,
Ship Chandler and dealer iu General Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
HAWAII. ' t
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortueot f every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh bef, Vegetables,-abd all kinds of
Oroeenes, and Provisions &c. at the shortest notice, at the -very
lowest market price. . .
Best facilitie for strtratre of from 3 ta 500CT barrels, being near
tne lauau3- and Fre in ur thatchtsl funline3. , - -.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the V.,S. or Europe,fur wjuch money
wllr be advanced on reasonable terms. . .'
N- B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in tlie Hawaiian giup. Here you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing therrt by -do
seition. No-ariieut siarits allowed to be sold . . '
JAM ES A. WURD ICKV r - .
Cooper and Guager, Ijcgs.tp. jaforra his. friends and the public-'
generally, that he has rcomnlencefl his Compering business-
n Iks old stawl, in the rear of 'Mr. II. Bhodea! Spirit store
aivd opposite Mr. Mmrsamifs. Auction Room, and respect-
fully Solicits a fJlm? of the pubhc patronage.,-" All orders
..romptly.attepdeAl t . . - - ' 7. 13-tf7
Public House by J. Dais. Best ff Wines, Liquors and Ciats
distantly oh hand corner of Marine and Nuaajra streets.
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J. WORTJI, t ... ., ,; '
Degtler in General ?derchhdise, " Hih, Hawaii. Sliips s'upjplied,
- with recruits; at tne- shortest . fiotier on reasonable , terms
Bills tech ige wantel. - . . Jnly 1, lS5G-tf.
. -YVv 1 1. 1 ST Ij A RT, . 1 -
Qabinet makrr and Upliolsttier: Ho tsl,.near Fort st. Honoiula ,
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TH E "HONOLULU IRON WOKKi ' 1
rwiIIE UNDERSIGNED is t'ow pEcpared to Tepir er
. L' - -manufacture all kinds of machinery r-mill gsaring," windt
lass gearing, ship forging, and srriitb work. ,: ,' . .
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvil3 i &. . " Zii Land and made to
order.-- - ,- - : ' v
Iroq and and best quality of smifh'j coal forsale.' v
Alo one excellent small sized sug-tr mill with Copper train
-ctamiJete, adaitel to eiterj53!rsej.ir rer poww.- '
2-tf . . D7AL vn--rov.
.AGENT FOR TIIE ..... , -New
York Hoard of Underwriter.
TliC undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
4c,.that. ho has been duly appointed 'i Agent for the
" New York Board of Underwriters.
13-ly . ; ' ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE . , w
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned legs lea vd to notify Merchants, Slop owners,
anl Ship roasters, Uiat he has received the appointment ol
AO"E'T at these Ilanda for the LIVERPOOL UMDER
July 1-tf . , - ROBERT C. J ANION.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he, has -received the appointinit of
' AG EST at thes Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION. -
TT1E NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPAQ
ny, (established 1SU0.) For Fire and late -Assurance, at
home and abroad. ,
Capital l,259,7GO, Strrlius.
The undersigned has been eppoifited Agent for the Sandwieh
Ishuids. t. ROBERT CHESHIRE JAN ION.,
, 7-tf. . . "at Honolulu.
' UN DERW RITE R'S AGENCY.
rHXHE UNDERSIGNED, BEING SPECIAL
JL AGENT for. the- Insurance Companies in Philadelpl ja,'
request alt masters ofhiia that are iusurednt any of the othcei
i 11iiladehhia to call on him in cade of distress.
14-tf ... V. FOLGElt.
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v KRULL -& .-3IOLL, - . -
Agents of the Hamburg aad Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. Juljrl, 156-tf
Agent fyr the Bremen board of Underwriters. AH average claims
against the said Underwriters, occurring in or about this .
Kingdom, will have- to be certified before him. July 1-tf
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, H-tel Su-et'l, oppueite the
-- Government House. " 41-tf
-. . . - - -
RESTAURANT FRANCA IS.
MESSRS. A. MEDA1LLE AND DAVID
BOUCHER re5iectfuUy inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have ojened a Hotel and Restaurant
in Nuuanu street, nearly opposite Mr. Everett's Auction Rooms,
where they h'-pe, by prompt' attention and careful selection of
everything of the bos that the market can produce, they will
will receive a portion of puHic patronage. Dinners, Breakfasts
or Luncheons. can be. Iwul at. all hours, day or night.' Confec
tionary can be supplied, in all its varieties. Tarties can be
I accoimnoduted at the shortest notice. A constant supply of
preserves,. ui me mui recuercur itneuei, uiwuu iiuuu.
14-tf . i .'. . ..: j .
. BOOKBINDING "
ONE IN A VARIETY OP STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair Urm3. Law Books,
Music, Newpjiapers, ic, Ixmtwl to order. Portfolios, Sera))
Books, Ilefb&rfums, Drawing Books, and Biank Books, male to
orde r, oilicers oT ships can have their Navigation and Log
Rooks, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the MissioaOIuce,
Kawaiahao. Old Books reHund at s hurt notice'
Orders may also be kft at II. M. WHITNEY'S Book
store, Honolulu' .6AMUKL RUSSELL
July 1, 1856.tf- . -; ' - ' . -
. BULL'S HEAD MARKET.
rHTIIE UNDERSIGNED, OP THE BULL'S
J3L Head Market, wishes to inform the Families of. Honolulu,
that die "will "always hae on Laud, of the best quality, the under
luunad - " . '
- BeeC ' - " Port;,
Mutton, - ' . sausages,
Corned Pork, '
7vJOTICEr-TJIE SUBSCRIBER WOULD
1' Inform his frifcrrds -and, the public generally, that he has
taken the stand laUly occuiied by C,.. Vlnceitt, Ktng eireet
where he intends carrying on the carpentering business.in all it
branches. Jobbing done at the shortest notice.- A share of pa
tronage.. is solicited . - - (L-tf)-, -- GEORGE DULLER, -
- LIVERY STABLE. -
THE best S;dle Horses, with new eaddlf','bridles.
&c, natty be found at the Stable, of JOHN MA-
NINI, Maunakea Street, corner of M'jirine Street.
- Horses to let. by the months week, day, or hour. Prices low
and satisfaction guaranteed. , . , . 18-tf
XEW RESTAURANT AND -COFFEE
SALOON. . .
EP.MAN BE.VZLER respectfully informs his
friends and the public rf Ilonxdulu in general, that he will.
open, on the first of February . next, a- new Restaurant nd .
Coftee Salni on King street, opposite the Globe Hotel,
r . Those who-ill honor him with their patronage may -rest
assirmLthat the Xuost strenuous exrtion9 will be used to merit
Oic continuance of their support. ' 3I-ly
"T ' NEV GOODS ' ' '
I7X. HAM; BRIG "EMMA" FROM.HAM-
Bl'RGji for iate at the store of the undersigned, consisting j
partly 'of he fr.Howimr articles :
r CasLs Gingham, plain, white and dotted Muslins,
. . Blk AJpacca, and Paramatta, Irish linyn Brill,
Silk Corah s,"do Cravats, plafn C!jJorcl and checkered SUk,
- U uder shirts, Drawers, lailies Hse,
Fanci brown i ijiix'd soclw, blue uiivy Caps k coverst ic.
A well select'd assortment of '""''
- FJtESWJ'RnSERyqs; in cases of two doa. feach, viz :
. Game. Meats and Csoups Bolognas,
Iiver Sausage and Mack Puddings, J ' -
i. Jams, Jellies, &c, &c. -. . ,-t '
.'Efesh Eng. Mustard, and lb. bottles
-- AssM drofva and Lozenges,
. ,. A snaall lot ct light and hesivy CLOTHING. '
-A'ftjw of the new style MOSS PICTURES. "
13 tf . . Yok-HOLT & IIETCK.
FAMILY. ALMANACS, POCKET DIARIES,
Daily Journals and Calendars for 1857, for sale by -gg-SO
II. M. WHITNEY.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
LL PERSONS indebted to the Estate of Allen' & Co.,
Bankrupts, are hereby notified to pay tlie same without
dely, to " ' CHARLES BREWER 2d,
:': J. V B. .MARSHALL, - -Hon&lalu,
Dec. 1, 1S5G.. r23-tf) Asignexs of Allen & Co. "
f7l NG LItll. French. German, and, Chinese silks. The
MJ complete assortment ever offered. For sale by
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. JANION.
AUD WARE. HOTXOWWARE.i EARTHENWARE
. for sale, frry Jy 1, 1-tf ' ROBERT C. JANION.
SHOES "Ex " Messenger TSrd,M for sale ny ." ' - 1 .
..25tf - . B. W. FIELD. "
. -. r , , I . .
TSMALL LEDGEILS.' . JOURNALS. LOG
t3 Bofcks and Records, just rejeeived from n Francisco '
-"7.14. n. M". witrryEY.
F'TfJJRTON ALE, in hogsheads, for sale by' - - .'
Jl Honolulu July 1, lSU-lf - . UOBfTRT C J ANION.
TO ;MECIIANICS.'-i-The subscriber oSers IoiT ftale a
12 foot Band Wlued. ..... .....
Alsii, a Mortice Machine for sale cheap." Apply.'
12-tf . E. KJEJIP.
nnARRED ROPE. MANILLA n0PK,; CanvTv raint
f JL- Boiled Oil, for ale by Jy 1 itf ROBERT C J AN ION
AND BOXES AND -SAND FOR SALE BY
II. 31. WHITNEY.
"IU, HANI LA-CHEROOTS,. FOR SALE .BY
JJSL July I, lSTj-tf. B. W.- FIELD. -
0 . - . .- x ... ., .
OX YOKES. Complete varnished Ox Bows, Log Cliains,
' just received by- (24-tf) " . -' VT. N: LADD.
"HRJlAVING.PAPER Of yarious sizeKl tjaantles
--.....-.--. For sale by - -'--- ' - J
H. IT WHITNEY.
TTBOOMSt AND HOUSE TO LET. AfpFy to :
Jtt.a .v- y- - 4VlVH3t2i. Carpenter
Merc4rlt street near IShe Royal Hotel.
-Tiff ACREREL A few lialf barrels" superior mackerel," j'
IV JL' ft family use, fcr Sale Io by" -- - r - - "" '": -" - - -
C3-tf . vv . . . . . , C. A. & n. .F POOR- .r I
r r r wr rr n , a tt -m n . '
W IMF. I." fill A T.V Rnnnir.i.(
SLd f It. A. .
W. BUTLER, - -
CUSTOM HOUSE &z COMMISSION AGENT
" - " 31 ANGONCI, NEW ZEALAND. " i
TT" Shipping supplied n the nwst reanable terms. Lat."
.'..-.- 35-6 SM long. 1J5-38, W. 41-ly
D. C.- MCRfEJU." . . .- . i.-C MTR1ULL.
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
- " DORIt'b WiXEHOrSt, '"
Nos. 47 and 49 California street,- '
Heter ro .
Capt. James Makee, Houolultl; Capt. T. C. TTaterman,
Honolulu ; Messrs. Oilman Jt Co Lahaina. . 14-6m
S. GR1FFITI MOBGAS. C .S. HATHA WAT. K. F. sXCuN..
. MORGAN, HATHAWAY '& CO.", -
Commission and Forwarding Mercharrts,1 afi Francisco, CaL
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye,
Jfc Swift &r Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinncll Mintura k
Co., New "Vork, John M. ForlK-s Esq., Bosfonr Messrs. Per
kins & Smith, New Loudon,. Dauiel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
.olul.u, , , ... . . 1Z ?.U,J.1 185W .
" '? S. XOBD & CO. '
, IMPORTERS OF - " .
B L A ?i K BOOK S. S T ATIONERY,
v ... . ' ' .
Printing Material and Paiers of every description also Agent
wt for. Whtt 4i Qo.'s T!y.roundary No. 132-, Sansoioe-Etreet,
San Francisco. - - "" -
D. S. Ird, " c t.7,-- ' -G.
A. MK.NDO, SanPranciseo.
: G. A. Vaw BoKKPLKy, New TorK. ........
N. B. It. Hoe k. Co.'s and. Buggies' Printmg Presses frrale.
...... ; , sq-u
1RXJ ; WAREHOUSE
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
ENRY JOnNSON Sc CO., 14n, Washington strtrt,
otrcr I' j" gale the largest stock cf goods in their hue ou tha
Pacific 0ast." . ' :
IU. Orders from the Sandwich Island respectfully solicited.
p. -h. &. p. jl. bwsns,
' IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN" '-
S II JTI C II A. li.E K V ,
9 1'i Front Street.
. SAN FRANCISCO., . . .
N AVAL- S T 0 R E S -
- N aval Stores, " ' Mess Beef, '
Auchors, Chain Cables, and t'ritne Pork-,
Bricks; Cordage, " ' Filot and Navy Bread,
Oars, PaiuU and Oils, Flour, -
";''.- " .' Duck, Brushes; &c7, &c. ' lS-lyB
- . - - . W. - BKOOIiB,"
C O HI 3r I S S I b N 31 E R C II ANT , .
; - " SAN FRANCISCO., -" " " " .
Consignments of Ip!u1 Produce folicUed. Orders for pur
, chase and shipment of goods altendel to.
Refer to B. W. Field, Honolttlu. 22-ljr
KOFE ' WAIili" AIVI . OAKUM .
: acjtorit ; ;
CORD AGE OF EVERl SIZE MANUFAC
TURED to order 'constantly on hnnd. A laru'e assort.'
ment of Manila and-H'-mp Rope (all sizcsl, Bale Rope, Tow line,
and Oakum, for sale by ' ' - ' ' TUBBS fii CO.
lZ'i, Front Etrcet, San Francisco.
TIIE SUBSCRIBER 1 ' ;" ,'
FFERS FOR SALE tlie following inToic of mer.
chandise, aiTived from Boston in -thu bjirk MESSEJf-
GF.R HIRDy Homer master, during the month of Nov., 1356 :
10 Cases l4ue cottons, 5 ijales ticklng. o brown cottons,
25 Bale denims, 5-do brown drillings, 2 cases blue drills,
1 Crate yellow nappies, 10 nests tubs, Kr cases brogans,
3 Cases goat do, 1 do sewed do,- do thick boots,'
L. tasting gaiters, 2 hhds butter, '20 tierces hams,
"78 IIalf3bls crushed and grtmulatwd ugarj--- - - - . -
10 Cases boilol Huseed oil, J& bbls-do dp do,
1 " pain kiliT," l borx beswaT 2 kegs salt petre,
50 Kegs zinc painty 75 kegs pure white fcad,
10 Cvoklng stoFw, U doz. istutigbton's eliiir, '
. 2 Cases assorted chocolate, 100 tins water crackers,
20 Tins oysters, 30 do butter do, 10 do wine do,' " ' -
-1!0 Doz. assorted meats, 12 do blk pepiier, .' .
. 10 " - English mustard, 6 do tomatoietchup, 2Q do oyster.
capers 5 d( pickles, C do assorted herbs,
green peas, 12 do green c.-rn, 10 do sausage meat, j'
rose water, 5 do'gooseherries, 2Q do lobsters
claws, 120 do lemcni syr-tp, i do brandy peaches, -'
do cherries, 25 do clirry brandy, -" - - -
blackberry do, 5 doJioker's bitters. 3 d" quinces;
roatt beef, 5 do dmutwn, 6 dci boiled do-
extract lemon, 6 do mincc-ple meat, 10 daleef soup,
assorted preserves, 5 do pepper flacuce,
Cayenne pepper, 6 preserved milk, -assorted
essences, 2 do roast gosse, "'"
-mock turtle soup, 4 do ox tail do, 10 do astd. sane,
carbonate soda, 6 do cream tartar' 8 d horse' radith.
Compound aroma, 6 do Spanish -oh res, "'-l-ed
current je'.ly, 2 d6 rhubarb, 4 do strained honer,
10 Kegs pickles, 20 doz. nsstd. preserves,
60 lioxee, each 18 lb?, Cavepdisb tobjtcco, ' .':. '
25 Hal&boxea tobacco bs 10 kegs fiput peas, 2 baieslaopst
1 Case Sultana raisins, 5 bbls ptpper, 1 ease jiutmegs,
10" K.g white beans, 20 tUs No.-l mackerel,
'10 JJoxescoiltisK, 50 do htrrings, 10 do chemical olive soap
1 Case prunes; 1 do Adamautine candles, 5 do table salt,
40 Kegs Carolina rice, 10 b.s elite oil, 20 dox-charcoal irons,
15 Bag shot, a dea hiauIod"axes, ',
.:: ",Xy '"" aeso-' ' -"
50 Package "M anil rore, J inch to li, 50cciH do whale line,
, 60 Packages ratlin stufT. -'..-, .
.10 . worm line, honselihe arvlmarlin,
- - G Coils Russian bolt f ope, 210 ash oars asstd 9 to 18 foet,
100 Casks cut nails, ft do riucdo, 2 reels lead pipe, "
14 Packgs. sheet iron, balesgunny bags, 'v
1 Bile burlap i-ocke' 2 do th-iH r'igs, (for.fTee or sugar
bags;, vil of whicn iuerchaudlse is offered suhI upJn
'. f4voiableterma by . '
11-tf . . ... CnAS. "EKHTTER 2d.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
assorted, at the lowest market ratea a fall atMortment of .
Eastern and Oregon Luinbur. uitable for building purpose.
I consisting of
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I . Ea-tera white pine, X .ta 2 inch pUnky J.. . .
- " ' boar-i, -
Oregon ' ' . - .-.'. . ' J
".Jwards, timljcr, joist, scantling, and planH of all ke-
. A Eastern and CaHfornia febingles. -
Yellow pine and Oregga flooring, - ' -
. . Boards laotie'd and grooved ready for us. -
. , - . - - , . . ,
ALSO, v m ....
A food" a?oTrment of Boston made doors, cashes, bimda, door
ami window frames. - - "
';r v"'; " '" ' ALSO,. ' ' -
Shortly expected per CEYLOX" a superior assortment of whit
- "- pin boards, claptoard and 100-I. A. 1., Arooetick white
cedar shingles.-'. - t - - ' o. H. LEWERS,
6-tf. ' Fort Street
BTSSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP
The ooiwtnershtp heretofore exiaUQK bvtwoeu the under
tignedrodere Arm of Fisher &, Jurgens-aa Cabinet Makers'
and French Polishers, is this day died. by mutual ownsenL
4-Al persos Iwwia? c4na. MrHnt. tiie lat, iirm -are. hereby re-
questeil to present tne same nunie-iaieiy, ana tnose maemea 10
the same are requested to malfe- payment to fcilhei: of the under
f signed, btf ore the fl?t GajM April next.--; - -
. . , . it. riMai-K,
"'"..''- . : " .11. JURGENS7
Honolulu, Feb,, 7, 1557: ' j " '--Sm
wmrnri n c . w ' ,
piLOTHING FOR SALE. The nnderslgned hare
MJ felways on" hand nn assortment of Geruaaa made Clothin?.
Coat5 Cloaks, and Pants of tlif&rent styles. -JuiyT,
l-tf7 ' ' .:-i-f05f HOLT &r IIEUCK.
r" " " " ' " i.-i.-. rm" 1 ,tm . - - -
T7PER3I CANDLES.' FOR .4-TiT! TtY
- .--r .. ' . -, ' , " i7..
hRT GOODS and CLOTTIING:
Mjr Honolulu, July 1. 1856-tf,
-r. . -r-w . . .
- 1LT H ACKFELD b CO.
in great variety, for sale
ROBERT O; JANION.
r TT 'IQUOILS, EngHsb Groreri; Jnglish Soar, for sale tr -
iLt JIrl,lJf - . .POBKRT C JANfOV.
f t' A