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John Hyde cut off boot and Branch, and
pKLivEUF.D over to TiiK devil. At a recent meeting
0t the S:iiuts(!) at which Bishop lleber Kcmball
presided, the subject of John Hyde's apostacy was
brought up, resulting" in . his spiritual . decapitation
and consignment to the shades below. Bishop Kern
ball s iid : . .
There is a little matter of business that we'want
to 1 iy before this congregation in regard to John
Hvde, who went to- the Sandwich Islands on a
mission- There are a couple of letters that the breth
ren have received; tve shall read a little from them
and give you to understand the course he is taking.
(The letters were read.) You hear the letters and
the testimony of our brethren in regard to John llyde.
ivjeh matters, many times", have passed along and wo.
have not noticed tbem, but have let men deny the
uiih, spunk against it and deliver lectures through
the world. Many times we have let them run at
1 rgc, but the time is now passed for such a course of
things. By the consent of my brethren I eh all move
thnt John Hyde be cut oil from the Church of JesUs
Ciiriht, of Latter Day Saints, and I will put the mo
tion in fufl, that is, that he be cut off root and branch ;
thai means pertaining to himself. - When this motion
is pat, I want you to vote, every one of you either
for or agiiust, for there is no sympathy to be shown
u!!o such a man. Dr. Wells has seconded the motion
h. ie ij- ide. All that are in fivor that' John Hyde
be cut oil" ircni the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
J .i y S lints, and that he he delivered over to Satan to
be balloted in the ilesh, will raise their right hands.
(All hands were raided.)" " ' -
Ttxrn aordixary Occurrence.-A" remarkable oc
currence took place at the 131ue Ridge Tunnel, very
recently. "The third set of workmen were engaged
in digging, as usual, when one of them (Pat. Flagan)
noticed that the textnre of the rock before him sud
denly changed from hard to soft, and that the soft
was wet. Shortly afterwards, a stream of water
issued from an orifice he had made. This was suc
ceeded hy a heavy, wimbling sound, " like the cars,' '
which so frightened the hands that they all made for
the open air. WelL was it for them that they did so !
The !ound continued 'to grow louder and louder for
s.nne minutes, till a erash was heard, and immediately
a vasj: stream of water rolled" out of the tunnel. An
eye-witness says that the heard jj the streaav.was at
least ten feet high, and tluit it swept cards and bar
rows before it "like chaff." The stream continued
to pour a perfect river till twelve o'clock, when it
gradually subsided, and was low enough at three r.-M.
to allow us to make a hasty survey of its cause. It
seems that there is, in the middle of the mountain, an
immense cavern or pocket," in which water from the
melting snow has been deposited for years," and that
the line of the tunnel taps this cavern near its centre.
The cavern is of immense extent," and will save the L
State a good deal of money, sme nature has opened
a road through near three hundred feet of 'solid rock.
This will expedite the completion of lha tunnel grea tly
The report of the Committee appointed to investi
gate the charges of corruption against members of
Congress, was presented to the . House. Tlvo report
recommends the expulsion of Messrs. Gilbert, Edwards,
Welch and Matteson, and also -the . exclusion of Mr.
Simonton from the floor of the House as reporter.'
Enoch Train, the extensive ship owner and mer
chant of Boston, has failed to a large amount, chiefly j
due in England. It is said his failure was principally
caused oy neavy losses m tne Australia line.
iti i t
Important from Mexico. Iy private fid vices from j
Mexico, received by a gentleman in this city, and '
which are regarded as perfectly ..reliable, 'we learn
that an arrangement has just been enleretl into, by
which the United States lends the Government of
Mexico the sum of $lG,000,0.o0 for the period off
twenty years, receiving for security the States- of ;
Sonora and Lower California; ami further; thatMex-
ico undertakes to discriminate 20. per cent, iu favor of
American commerce. We understand that a .news- j
paper, with this statement, was printed in Acapulco j
but no copies were sent on by tho Sonora. It is con- j
sidered highly probable that the news is authentic,
and that probably the particulars are known belore
this to the Cabinet at Washington. Pa naina Star.
Chile. fhe Government of Chile have fitted out
an expedition- to explore the Rio Negro, by which,
SMNrording to trsulitioual rumors, a. water commuuica-
tion exists, uniting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
The wheat harvest has been abundant in Chile,
and a considerable fall is looked for iu tho prices of
produce. .. - -
Fkom Bolivia. Our advices state that republic to
have remained in peace after the last revolutionary
attempt which was discovered and overcome in time.
Nothing of importance has taken place during the ;
In Brazil the yellow fever was ravaging the coun
try, and on this account the ships' arriving thence at
Montevideo and Buenos- Ay red were subjected to
From Perlv We learn that the revolution still
continues with varied success. Castillo has taken
1'aita and Pura. and the prospects of the revolution
ary party are not so flattering "as 'hitherto. Many
people consider that Castillo may still succeed in de
feating Vivanco- " . . ,
The - JJomb'ab dment o? Callao.t At o A. M., on
the 2'Miy during a fog, the. frigate Apurimac, be
longing to the revolutionary party was . brought as
close as pci.nble to the government frigate ucayatt '
in the bay of Callao, and' immediately opened, a severe
fire. President Castillo, who. was in Calhio at the
time, proceeded directly to the castle, heuce-as well
as from tho Ucayai the tire. .was returned. After
the Apui'iniac discharged her first broadside she en
deavored to bring the other to bear, but in the at
tempt, got foul of some coal' launches, after" which
she did not fire a shot and retired at o o'clock in the
evening.- Panama Star. "- " - !
.. .Uuropcan. ' '.-
. , -v-. - London, Feb. 2,-187. ;
The Pci-sian war has at length assumed an impor
tant and commanding position. The Overland Mail
has brought news of the fall of Bushire and the Island
of Ivanach on the Dth Dec, after a gallant attack,
with little loss on the side of the British forces, and a
"loss to tho Persians of 3,000 killed and 'rounded.
The port of Bushire was declared free, and the most
. distinguished of the prisoner sent to Bombay There
is a rumor, and nothing more, that when the Shah
heard of the fall of Bushire he had signified his will
ingness to accede to the demands of Kugland. This
isnot only very doubtful, but not probable. The
Persian Ambassador .-to Paris has boon received by
the Emperor Napoleonrwho expressed his regret that
Persia should be at war with England, (his close
ally.) but trusted that the presence in Europe of
Feruk Khan would speedily eil'ecfc a reconciliation.- .
The Neufchatel question has been definitely arrang
" ed, the prisoners having been released and conducted
to the French frontier at Verrieres On the lGth Jan.
Baron Manteuffel, the President of the Prussian
Council of Ministers, has announced to the Chambers.
' that the Neufchat el prisoners having been liberated
: unconditionally, the question of war is at au end, and
v that there is every reasoft to believe thatan amicable
" arrangement will be effected by a Conference at
which all the great Powers .will be represented. It
is expected. that this Conference will. be held in Lon
don, and that the question will be finally settled
. before the cnd.of this month. -
As before stated by a previous packet the Conference
has arranged matter regarding the final stipulation
- of the treaty of peace. Ihe English fleet has left the
Black Sea, but will not leave the Bosphorus until
- -Austria has evacuated the Principalities.
The trial of the assassin Verger (for the murder of
the Archbishop of Paris) has resulted in a verdict of
guilty, and an appeal-to get it aside has been unsuc
cessful. The Pope of Rome has appealed for his life
to be spared on the ground of insanity, but it is af
firmed that he will not be pardoned by the' Emperor,
to whom he has petitioned if so he w ill be guillotined.
k With reference to local affairs we are now. looking
for the reassembling of Parliament to-morrow ( Feb. 3 )
and the contents of the Queen's speech. Parliament
reassembles tor the dispatch of i divers urgent and
important matters," and every one is anxious to
know the true position of aflairs. . . -
' "..-- : 1 ' . - -
Outrageous Treatment of a Wife. An exchange
"V" 'out west" says there is'af man "'living in iheback
woods -who, being invited to dinner, ate o much
'bear's meat, that he went and hugged his wife din
r act he had never been guilty of -before The scamp,
send us his name.
GENERAL : COMMISSION MERCHANT,
"Will supply ships with. provisions, Ace., and advance money on
" " " favorable termlcr bills on the United States. - 43-ly
ON THE WAY lOIl
FALL SEASON !
BALERS, STOREKEEPERS AND
public generally are respectfully informed that the splen
did new clipper ship . -
John Garry, master, 500 tona register, 600 toua burden, A 1
at Lloyd's lor fourteen years, was.to sail
For this port, direct, betweeu the 10 th -and 20th of this
mouth, (April) with one of the largest, most valuable and com
plete assortments ever Tirought to tliis market in one vessel.
She will be due lce early in Au;nist.
SAMPLES of Dry Good are expected ia about six weets, due
notice of wbjch wttl be iven.
ROBERT C. J AS ION.
April -23, 1S57;
RX MEAL, FRESH XJ ROUND
American mesa pork;
Good white Ieans-, ; .
In quantities to suit, at
4-tf . . : SAYIDOE & MAY'S.!
REAMS GROCERS' WRAPPING
50 rcaius jLiin and rutQil c:ip paper; - - ;
" 100 rcumi plain and rule.t K tter paper;
' l"or sale bj
43-45 ' II. M. WIIITXEY.
SET OF THIS VALUABLE STANDARD
work, in i'i voluiuts, wtll Uund In heavy Kuglish calf.
. prici Sot), fur sale by
4;i-45 II. U "WHITNEY.
HOOK AND LADDER CO.
AN ADJOI IINED MEETING for the purpose of
organising- a Hook and Ittddt-r Couipu;iy, aud for iLie
trunstiction of other business, will Iw 'ht'ld at half -past seven
oVl ck, THIS (ThursdayJt KVJiX IN O,-April 23, at the Eugine
Houi J of No, 2. - " i'tr order, '
4:yi ' C. W. VINCENT, Chairman.
AIM AN who is accustomed o. the care of hors3 and
wtukiny iu a-'garden, ant whv wiil make himself gen
erally useful. To feuch a "man, of stjatly and industrious
habits, liberal wages and permanent, employment wili be given.
Apply at this office. v 43
TO LET The dwelling house, lately occjipieU by
"x ' Jj'j Capt. Oat, on'Mtachant street. Tor furtlivr larticular3
JlL apply at
43-3 Blaeksnuth Shop.
. 10,000 TO IEIVI.
fllIIE ABOVE IV I LL' .BE LENT IN SUMS
L t suit, upon mortgage of real estate in Honolulu. Terms
from one to two per cent., as may be agreed. -
43-tf p. c. pucomiox.
"'TOTICE.T-It is proposed to build
a stone ieuce, pomteu
A wkh lime, inokkSisig the stone church at Kawaiahat.
xwlersigued is authorised to receive proposals for. doing the
work. Any persons desiring the. job are requested to make
prop'Hls without delay.
43-2 - E. W. CLARK.
. , -
1EA. Poxes good black tea, i and 1-ib paiers.
1 or sale by
43- . ALUUICH DlsHOP.
U.ENS SILKS Handsome and very chiap$
Ladies' tine gaiter boots, with and without heeisj
r or sale ny - :
'1S-4 '. ' " ALDRICH & BL?iIOP.
NATIONAL 'DIMN& SALOON.
THE SUBSCRIBER, having leased the above
r-j'tj; liitabli?hnient;, oC'era to the public
Tron the most renwnable terms. " " .
Hi rooms are well furnislied, and the most airy anI comfoit-a-l-i
of any in the city. " -
MEALS AND REFRESHMENTS
Fiu-iiished at all hours.'
The Proprietor Uiei, from the superior p'-cnmrnvvlations of
his liause. and by unremitting peraoiuu attention to the com tort
of his guests,-to-merit a share of public pati"otiae. .
THOMAS B. SOMEKS.
Honolulu, April 20,1357. - . 43-ifu
rBIIIE UNDERSitXED, aMut lenviug this kingdom
M. fr a Iimitel period, spnohits O. A. Lnthrop, Esq C S.
Yioe-Cousul, as his authorizexl agent during his alwence.
41-3t P. P. PENH ALLOW.
MERINOS FBENCH AND ENGLISH
AJ at London cost.
. Hotel street.
ra""IIE UXDERSIGXED being about to" leave the
SL islands for a fciv mouths, has appointed Mr. B. F. Bur
ham to act as his Agent during -his absence, under power of
Attorney, and to transact all business for and ou account of the
firm of It. Coady & Co. . - -
40-3t Pv. COADY.
-In casks and lxittles.
For sale bv
CXBAR'S & STOUGHTON'S HITTERS,
In 1-doztin cases. . For sale by
3S ' "" " IIENUY EHODES.'
kJOTICE. The undTsijrned having r-ojuaned his old
stand, opposite the !eammt's Chaiel, in the rear of Messrs.
Castle & Cooke's store, King street, begs to be favored with the
patrouatre of his old friends and the public in jrencral.
He otfers for sale, at moderate prices, French and German
cloths, silks and satins, of 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
32-tf C. II. NICHOLSON.
A. IIORXIBLOW, CIinilER, would re
snect fully inform the citiaens of Honolulu tliat he "has
leased the premises formerly'' known as- the " Family Market,"
on King street, -and will open, the ame on the 1st of Airil,
where can be had everything jKrtjiininr to the butchering
" busiuess. The-patronage of the public is res-pect fully solicited.
N. B. Orders delivered to any part of the city free of extra
. charge. " - . ' 39-l.v
SECRETARY A ..black waifRit secretary, with
k5 do3rs, for sale by
C. A. & II. F.
Scarlet thuHiel slurU;
.Pbud liuen pants, new styles;
Wool caret!n"g "
. ; Brandy cherries; -
Fresh clams, 2-lb tins; -
For sale by
304f - " C.
A. & II. F. POOR.
TflLTTAFS OF OREGON. A few very fine maps
A JL Oregon and Wasliington- Territorits, witlv the lunt re
cent surveys, which, shoukl be iu every business, man's counting
room. Price $0, for sale-by --
32-3t " II. M. WHITNEY.
FOR CARRIAGES. A small
for sale by
II. nACKFELD & CO.'
BIRD SEED For sale by
T J, M. SMITH fc CO..
39 . Prug store1, coruer Fort anIHotel streets.
NE SIGN, 11 feet in length,
6 do do, for sale by .
II." M. WHITNEY.
TfED HOCK A superi article. .
JiS, . For side by .
... - HENRY' RHODES. -
OCK, IN PINTS A'ND OIUARTS - '
RudtPlteimer, Berg aul Liebfrauraileh. . j
- c sale nr-' -
33 - . - HENRY RHODES.
II I NA RICE, FORSALE BY .
I C E. A SUPERIOR A RT I CIE. EX V A
i ?A hv
SACTKRNES OF EXTRA ftUALITY
. - For sale by '
. , - HENRY, RHODES,
JAVV BILLS &:a1IALER'S BI1VLS taken at
the lowest ratea "by ' ; -
JuryT,l-tf . ROBERT C.J ANION. -
STONES 3,000 LAUGH SIZED
trimmed coral stones, for sale low,
x or part iculars ;
Apply at this oulcev . .; v i v "lOtf.
K. 4Tk Th tf BRICKS " received frci Bremen, s
tPVftVVlF ship Pott, for sale by
ED. HOFFCHLAEOEIt STArEXnoHST.
EST WEXCII STEA3I COAl far sate by
, July 1-tf - , ROBERT OwJANIC
IPIARDS. A "very choipe assort meut of Vlsittug, Weldlng,
h Business ana coiorea ajcketvarujjuai, ceoejcw i
35-40 " .... -jv yu TVUITNKT
Ci. P. JUDD, AT TIIE CORNER OF FORT
5" ami Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases of all kind?, liav
in' for sale a great variety of Vines and Medicines of tne best
quality. ' He sells also ' - " ----- -
Arsenic, strii-hmne, veratrine, corrosive sublimate
Oxalic acid, St. I.acnasius beans, nux vomica, opium.
l russ:c acid, alct.hwl.
Perfumery., - .
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Wuidsor, honey and other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac,
Writing and marking ink, Sands sarsaparilla,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
13" Ea.ily found when watted. 6-tf.
TQ ER RADUGA GLASS GLOBES, for fish, going
JUL . fast; - , . - . "
.BED i'ANSa new article, and great-improvement.
For sale by
S3 , G. P. JUDD.
IOTBEI FOR AliET-'-"
HE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
and keeps constantly on hand a large at-d desirable stock of
Lumber, which he offers Inw for cash, viz : ,
1 in idanedpine boards differeut qualities,
,1 lo do lo do- clear,
I 3i,lJ, 1, 2 iu clear pine dimension plank, . ' '
I in plaited boards rr.glieartiiug, - ' "
1, IJ, 11, hard pine plauk for heading,
1 In Oregon boar Js, ' ' . -
1 and 3 in Oregon plank . - . .
2 in spruce ptauk, . "-
" I'iuS and spruce claploards, "
Am cedar shaved shingles, ..
California do do- "
S, 4x6 in liard pine plank for ships' water way and rails,
A large assortment jjf joists of all sizes
Pickets, ?pruce alul pine clear pickets, -
'. , t W indow sash SxlO, 8x12, 0x13, 10x12, 10x14,
Poors assorteil sizej:,
The above Lumber wilj be s4d at the lowest market rates,
and In lots to suit purchasers. ' C. UltEWEH, d,
o 5 tf. - Fort Street
C. AYATERMAN II AS ON HAND AND
offer3 for sale, at the lowest market rates,
Prime and Mess Beef & Pork, Tobacco, choice biauds.
Anchors and Chains, genera) ass'uit whalers slop Clothing,"
lute and mixed patent Blankets,
China Mattimx, yd wide, white Pongee Hukfs,
- Greeir and black Tea.
AVium &. Liauor4, in t6iul and In store, rlz:
. lrandy, octaves l.'unis Maurice," " Pinet, Castillon &
Co., and other line brands. -
OUl Jam. Rum, In casks; cases Gin ; Champagne j .. .
Sauterne iu cask & glstss ? Hock-, Claret ; CordiaU ; " " ""
. rJiHiers AVormwool, and English Bitters in cask & glass
Hum Shrub; Kaserry Syrup; Congress Water ;
Demijohns Vinefrar, &c, &c. 12-tf
M PORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS,
offers for sale at the lowest market rates,
Hhds and Qr Casks Brandy, various brands "
Slierry and Port Wine in Qr Casks
Sherry and Port Wiae iu Caes of one dozen each
Holland? & old Tom G
do do do-
do do do
lo do do
do do do
do do do
Champagne, Stouphton's Bitters, Curacoa, etc., etc.
Ale and Porter of the lest Jxnidon brands in units and quarts.
July 1, lS5S-tf.
'er kt Yankee," fruni San Francisco,
. cases Luglish Prints,
33 casks Ijondon lrter,
17 casks XX Whitbre:i i's Ale.
'. - Fur sale at the store of - '. -
35-tf K0BT. C. JANI0N.
N. LAD1) HAS JUST RECEIVED
ainl oilVrs for sali
Cut nails aiI spikes; gate latches:
Poor lock1 and hinges of every kiulf
Manure forks; safety fuse; files;
Shut of different sues; thoe nails and thread, ic. 35-3
c o f v j: i: i cor rv, i: n
COFFEE OF &
. : JIajvalei jla.nta.ti
UPKRIOU QUALITY, froui the
.tkn. in- sale by ,
OR TIIE SALE OF THE GENUINE
CALIFORNIA WINE, from the Vioyard ofFrohliuK&
Co., f,f Los Angeles, -has just received per Yunkey cases of Red
and V liite me, which he otters for sale low.. j
This ine is hiirhly recomineinled ry the medical men of Call-
fornia for invalids, and prescribed by ttte in ia preference to auy t
OtlKT lS-tf (
MERCHANTS' KX CHANGE,
71 . E. CUTREL 1 (late Cutrell & Petetson)
Proprietor, Merchant Mreet, Honolulu, thaulctul for
the li)entl patr-wiage hitherto enjoyed, -oontiiiues to solicit the
attention of his frit-irtls and the public in freneval to this estab
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render
this Louse a desiralle pi ace" of resort to the resident or visitor in
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked with the choicest
winet, liquors, etc., that can be procured, and is under the im
mediate charge of 3Hr. Randall Smith, so long and favorably
known in this community.
The billiard saloon is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
is antler the sole charge of ilr. A. J. MclmfTee, whose present
popularity is sufficient truarantc" of his future success ia cater
ing in this partieulardepartment for the amusement of those who
may favor the house with their -patronage. 25 tf
A. F. and A. Mi
if IIAWAIIAX'LODGG, 21. F.-
Si, A. M.
funder the jurisdiction of the M TV. Grand Lodire of Cal
ifornia,) holds ih regular meetings on the first Monrtay of every
month, in the third story of Makee & Anthon's brick bailding,
corner of Kaamunanu und Queen streets, entrance from Queeu
street. Visiting brothers resp;ctfully invited.
By order of W. M.
J6-tf ; A. FORNANDER, Secretary.
NEW GOODS FOR SALU RY
INE NAVY BR E AO Ex Frances Palmer.
Ft r sale by .
34-tf . A. J. OARTWRIQHT.
I A NO FORTES AND FURNITURE FOR
-'SALE.;- The undrrslsrned have on hand ahtl. offer for eale
SuiK?rior Hosewoml aml'Mahojrany IiamvFntes. Elegant heavy
Rosewxd and Mahogany-Ami Chairs, 'do do do Rucking chairs.
Iron Rocking chairs and Bedsteads. - - -s
J uly 1, 1-tf - - ; , YON HOLT & II EUCK.-
DOORS. 4 FEET BV S FEET, 2 INCHES
thick : 3 feet by 7 feet.1 x inches thick : 2 feet 8 iuclies
by 6 feet 8 inches, 11 inches thick. For sale bv
-tf- m . . - A. P.
CIGARS No. 2 Manila cigars, Havana
" . . For sjU'3 bv ' . - " -
. C. A. & II. F. POOR.
S. PLANTERS' HOES Hoe, Pick and Sledw
Jlanifles, Uardeti aliears. Grind
tone Cranks and R-jJlers,
Scythes, for sale by.
tf-24 Wi N. LADD. -
SII O T, AVire Cloth. Stock and Dies, Lrop Balances,
Pullies asid Chains, Glue. Choppinsr Travs, Paint, White
wash apd SerubUnir Brushes, Wire Rat Traps, Britannia Ware
just received and fr sale by tf-24 W. N. LAD IX
- CRUSHED SUGAR, .
OR SALE by - ..v , . .
40 - . . .. " ' B, yf FIELD.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED b-iusr about to leaye this
Kimrdmn for a shurt time, has appointed Henry" Hackfeld,
Esq., his attorney for .the" transaction of .all business in his name
during his alienee; " - . C.-H. LEWERS.
Jlonolulu, JIarch. 27th, 1857. , . - 1 40-tf
WOTICE.-My wife, Kanekua, having left me, I hereby
- i V v m 1V M. fJ
prlve tVHice that I wijl not l.e responsible for -vny debts con
wl by her. ,
" RECEIPT HOOKS.
N ASSORTMENT OF PRINTED RE
CEIPT BOOKS n hand, and for ?ale by
4tf - II. U. WHITNEY.
.' STRANGERS ;
X' WANT. OF ROOKS, for readinsr or study at sea, ,
cn always procure them cheap at the Bookstore of the
subscriber, in the same building with the Post-office. Newspa- ;
reri. from all parts of ihe world, can also le obtained. Files of j
I American nailers for three to twelve months put up at short i
BOUCe. Also, nilUS uaienai?, ktu't raT, auk, r.Teioi'es,
Blanl'4ooks, Slates: ic. 4c, always on hand, for sale cheap. i
1S-40 : ! -v tv j- . r. . HENRY M. WHITNEY. I
POCKET" DIARIES. A tine assortment of larg
ize8iut received by tiie Palm er and for sale by '
- 3 ' ' JL M. WHITNEY. j
jXK pILLS of any sound onuk ia the iiaiten elates,
Enrkwid or Australia, wanted and cashed by :
25-40" ' ' - V .11- M. WHITNEY.
ILL PAPER, LETTER. AXD CAP PA-
f. r sale by
II. 31. WniTNEY.
FOR SALE 15Y
UACKFELI A? CO.
5-tf.- - - -
BOORS, WINDOWS- AND BLINDS VA
rious styles. For sale by C. tf A. P. EVERETT.
ng, HJT V V 1 1 A tsuitit. onstantiy on.nauu -nua ior
foa itjl sale by the subscriber, 1 f awaiiaa beef, packed in Liverpool
salt. and warranted No 1. . . - -
.r . 32:- - r-Alx:J. rARTWKiaillV
AJWAIIAN BEEE.Constantly onihiuid od for
REGULAR PACKET FOR JIILO.
TIIE CLIPPER SCHOONER
- - - One hundred and fifty tons register, f v
A. G. THURSTON, Muster,
Will hereafter ru regularly to II1LO, touching at
LA HA IN A, KAWAIIIAE,
KOIIALA nntl LAUPAHOEIIOE.
When in Honolulu, will ie found regularly, at J. Robinson
& Cos Wharf, . " ' . .
For freight or passage Inquire on board. ' S3
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
' - - .
THE FAST-CALLING SCHOONER
. Excel, :
wm i.frpr rmi remilar oa the abtve route. For freight or
tyassase apply to the Captain on board, r to " "
- . - 1IACKFELT & C0.
.BOSTOX ASD S. I.. PACKETS.
Will be despatclied regularly, from BOSTON for HONO
LULU i tJie months of September, December, March and
May or June. ' ' ' -
For freight or passage apply to "
- B. W. FIELD
. ' - Honolulu or to
' II. A. PIKRCE, V
'July 1, lSa6-tf. 6a Commercial Wharf, Boston
THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
. - AND SAN-FRANCISCO,
For the. speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise. Coin, Let
'. ters and rateable parcels, to all parts of the - -
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sAl Bills of Exchange in sums to puit
on Wells, Farco & Co., Sau Francisco " or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.' frank.nl U. S. Goverinnent envelopes,
f j-.,?. h.o p-iUf.-.rni:!. noil no:ist routes, and over
WtlLOl JlilSS uti; V" 1 - -
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New ork.
Commissions aud collections promptly attended o.
Oct,l,lS56-tr. 11. CPA 1)1 & CO.. Agents
Faciilc Express Co.
Vorthe feix.'edy aud safe transpor
tatiou of Merchandise. Fpecie, Letters and va'uable packaeos to
all uarts of tlie United States. A.l.LlEKEll,-
AMCROTYPES ! - A3IBKOTYPES ! !
raiHK UNDEItSIGXED. intending shortly ' tel. re
U visit tha adjacent islands, invites all persous desirous of
procuring some of those beautiful and iermanent
to axil as soon as convenient , ' .
" Man, the mosP perfect by the Creator made,
Secure the shadow, "ere the substance fade !'
.'42-3t If, STANGENWALD." ,
PALE AND (JOLDCN SHE It It IKS. AND
. 'PORT.. . y: '
""WUST'R'EGFJIVEW, lr GAMBT.4,from Tnt:e, Hold?
JP worth &i Co., London, an Invoice of London battled genuine
"Viuo Sco lc Xrrs Ie la FrouterS."
ALSO, on hand, a small quantity of the well-known genuine
t FRUITY PORT,
" from the same London House, for sale by 7
ED. IlOFF!CIILAEOEU.& srAl'EMWBsr.
15. W.. FJEID
AS RECEIVED ly tl& ' RADUGA" ihe cele
brated A brand of ' ' . '
BANANA WinifKY, KANSAS WHISKY,
in 10 and 15 gallon "kegs, which he offers fur sale at low prices.'
AMLA CORDAGE small sizes for sale by
B. W. FIELD.
GAMBIA from TahiU
MJf Pases blue cottons,
- ' Candles, - .
" Yellow metal,
. . For sale ly (10-tf)
coffee: coffee:: coffee:::
xvl FIRLI). Aseut fur'the 'sale of 7ofce from Tit-
(iomd's PtASTATiox wmiltl inform the. traders timt tv us
constantly receiving Coffee or flie Very resr Tuii4Uy; Trom
THcondPs Plantation at HanaleL which lie offers for Sale, 2lt-
" : GOOD INVESTMENT. , r
FOR SALE The uiiaividedJialfofabotit 1900 acres
of Land at Waikane, Kolau. Also, a few cattle on it.
Terms low. Inquire of ' ' ' ,
42-tf. , HENRY DIjIOND.
v LLOYD'S ' WE Ti Kli V NEWSPAPE R,
EDITED BV DOUGLASS" JERROLD, can be
supplied to subscribers at $8 per aunum, in advance.
II. Jd. WHITNEY.
J . HATCHER,
CARPENTER, FORT .STREET, one
rtv.r iyvo TT. llackfr-ld ."t Co's store, aikl cwnosite
- W, N. Ladd's II ardwa-e store
. i :
1THAU.F DHLS. CRUSHED AND GRANU-
SJBl LATED SliGAR?
Boxes sperm candles; :
Kits mackerel; - - - -fcuierior
ALDRICH & BISHOP.
NGL.ISH AVIIITE LEAD
For sale by
42-tf - A.J. CARTWRIGHT-
EV YORK NAVY BllfiAD-
42-tf . A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AN FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD in caies;
. ; ' ' For sale bv - -
42-tf - "A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
UST RECEIVED AND FOR .SALE
Narrow bill paper; ; .
Account current psiperj - ' ' ', .
' ' 4 Quills; "Slate pencils; " ' -
. ' CVi ht book s ; . : ' .
Cloth enveloies. "extra laive fcizes, ' r '
II. XL WHITNEY.
-IV E W BOO
XPECTED BY THE YANKEE from Nei
York via Panama. Any of the llowing book? not ex-4
presly ordered fur different parties, can be engaged- etore their
arrival. . A cae of late works will hereafter le received monthly
from .New York by Express via Panama : " .
-' 7 Abbot's1 Stories. Je3ndng to Read, &c.f - . .
1 Old White y's C'Lristmaa Treat, . , .
2 Village Farm Cottages, .- .
1 Coweu's Treat is-i. ";"
1 Economic Cottage, puQdcr, . "
1 Goodrich's Universal geography aud History,
1 Cheever's Windings of River -Life,
1 Lannaivs Adrentures ia Western Wilds,
1 Ik Marvel's Reverie's," .
1 Merrlam's Weather Book, 1357, k- m ' -
2 Tbackary's Nfewcomb's. ' .
3 Kajie's 2J Arctic .Expedition, 2 voh?., . t,
- 1 Goedrich's. ReciUettKn of a Lifetime,
1 American Almanac, 157,
2 Tribune-Almanac, 1S37, . ...
1 Prescott's Charles V., 3 vols., . . t -
2 Quimby's Mnrriage and its Kelations, . "
1 Memoir of Vidocme, . i ' '
'. 2 Phil js jphy of Marriage- , . '
42-2t . ' - II." M. WHITNEY.
"OTICE. -During ray absence from' the kingdom, I hare,
with cue consent 01 uicae ooncemen, appointed Mr. Ann-
ham FornandiTj ta act fgr me as Assignee of the Estate of C. H
Butler. , . ;
41-0t , . . C. II. LEWERS, Assignee.
CIIERRY, BRAND Y A genuine article, in 1-dozen
cases,' piaU and quaru. .
' - Iorsaleby " ' -
21 v HENRY RHODES.
For sale by - '
T HENRY RHODES. .
In casks and bottles. 1
pi A Li F,0 R 7l A W I NE
.. ? - ?
- J ;.TA "X'XX -
WINE R nl whiter -J
Tor sale by
BY A. P EVERETT.
- ; SCHOOL LA"NDS
ON THURSDAY. AdhI 23. at 10 o'clock
A. 3I. on th
nremises, in Kaalaa, nearly opposite Capt. Luce's oil the Kutt-
anu Road ,'"will be sold, . - .-- eirfw
ONE KALO PATCH, ' '
Containing alut 60-100 of.aiiHcre. Sold y oixjer of th
President of the Board of Educat ion,
- riaas to be seen at the Auction Rooms.
. - .LAND FOR SALE.
ON TIIfRSDAY, April at 12 o'cloct, noou, oa the prem
ises, will be sold, " .
A LOT OF LAND,
-At the corner of. King iwd Pttnchljowl struts, conUiniug 435
square fathoms. - -
SAME DAY, at half past 10 o'clock, m the premises, win b
SOkl, ' ' .
A LOT OF LAND IN PUUNFL (Jndd .)
Nuiranu Valley, aljoiuiug,the laud of Rev. S. C. Damon, con
taming 3 87-100 acres. . . , '
Plans eau be seen at Sales Rooms.
11 All K GA3IBIA AT AUCTION !
TO-MOIIBO W, at 12 ocbx:k, rioou, alongsulc the wharf
The liark Gambia, gg:
gggjf 249 tons per regite"r, oak buiU, cper-
fastened, newly sheathed with yellow metaVwilLbe Ad by the
undersigned, for account of whom It may concern.
Surveyor's report" may" 1? seen, and fuU. iartu:ulaw given
respecting the vessel at the suve of Itobert C. Janion. A
&c, &c, belonging to alwve vessel, will be sW at same time.
A. P. EVEUETT, Anctioneer.
. j- DEALERS IS. .
WINES AND SPIRITS,
rr mil.' rT.Tl VIK MUllb. uuur
M- M. m . - ' - ' - - t
Everett's Auction llnom, oner nr saie :
- Brandy hi kes and Uriels j
Brand v, Mant41's; -Brandy,
Unit ed Y raeyard Vprletors ;
1 Brandy, Siuera?;
Jlnm in kegs; - . .
" Jamaica Hum in case;,
t.enuine old ScotcK wliislcy, iu 1 do cases;
Mononjrahela whisky, iu barrels and keg?,
Fine 0ld .Monongaliela whisky, in one do cases,
Hollands gin in cases; v
Scheidam gin in cases; " ' . ,
Wclfe's Scheidam scliuapps; . ""
llostetter's bitters; .'-"'" . "
"Clarets of differei.t brandsj
1 lock hoi mer;
Sauterne;- '"- . " ' r
Champagne pirla ami IjnarU, different brands;
HuTries, pale and brown;
Byass and other brands of ale;
SIiil Sloresi, duty frre. " , ST
M ItEO WOOD SIIIXGl,Ii:S,
10 do ineii Bed WoosL-
SlJeiug Plaiaeil, ex Fanny Mfyor, - .
A general assortment of LumlKT, Window 8ash, Doors, ke t
&c, always ou hand. For s;ile by
S7-tf , . .. GEORGE 0. HOWE.
SUGAR, SY.RUP AND MOLASSES,
TT-ROSI THE NEW CROP, Koloa PlantaUon, for
sale by , v .
- II. HACKFELD & Co.
MASTS OF ALL SIZES,
OR SALU BV
3t-tf . j . , - .
II. HACKFELD & CO.
OIANlLA AND , PIN A" GOODS.
UST RECEIVED frm Manila ci Sau Frauci&co,
3d anila Cordagt, Qsmall sires-,)
Pina Dresses; -
For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. AU tersoas having claims
. against the estate of C. H. Butler, will please preejit their
accounts for approval, and. all persons indebted ttha cfctato
are requested to nake immediate payment of the same to
a II. LEWERS, Asirnee.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 187. - l-tf
j j i h - i - - -
jftTOTICE. The business of coer, hitherto carried wt by
JlI" ilr. C. 11. Butler, will be continued at ihe same stand, and
orders will be thankfully received and promptly executed, by
Mr. Norton, on the premises, or C. H. Leavers, as Assignee, who
has authority to conduct the business.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1S5 7. - . " 31
"JUST" A R R I. V E D " per, RulnfliV front Boston,
30 pairs of double sash doors, 3 feet 6 Inches "and" 7 feet
'6 inches, with blinds and frames complete.
40 M feet assorted Pine Boards 12 to 16 feet long, planed oa
one side a superior lot.
' al?o, :
. Tsv-L. P. Fotr.1rtra the Tekalet Mills, Puget &ound,
75 M font tKigued and grooves! nortltest flooring, 1J inch, planed
on; ojie tide. .
2D M Teet nnlli-wcst planed Ixiards,
50 M - assorted rough liunber, scantling hoar la and pickets,
' Forale at-the new LuimIhi Yard in Fort.JStreet, nearly oiijxj-
eite the lrrencli Hotel.
-JO - ' .
C. II. LEWERS.
e v .: g ' . o a
ranamallat?, .Wlilte Shirti,
... Peruvian Hats, . Liidershlrta,
" '. " Clotlj Caps," " . ' . lfravers,
- ' " i!iik Glovee, . , tMispenders,
. - ' Black Handkerchiefs, " Cravats.
Neck. Ties, ' Bkick Pants,
White Vests, " Frock Coats,
Velvet Vests, .Satin Vests,
. . i?ilk Vests, . ; Crap Sliawlf.
..r. Kui triorex, &c.f -.-"4;c.n -&c:
. Foraleby- ' GEO, , AvTLUAMS.
, Eaahutnauu Btreeti oppr3ie O. K: Flitner.;. X J' 22-tf
' I:; FOR SATlkV ' ' ' w
2 MANILA CHEROOTS r v
Al Saperlpr black Tea, Denims, , . x"
Mmeu3Shoe5, native pattern.
VUckyarD,by , (W-tf)
A. P. .EVERETT.
T J. FOX'S BAKERY AND GROCERY
STORE, will be found a nice lot of Groceries just re
ceived cx Yankee, etc.' -
Ai3o Best California Flour &4 50 per 0 lbs. 38-tf
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR -SALE BY
the uudersigned. Boxes and half boxesRabrins, Zaute
Currants, Carolina Rice, Sago, Soft Shell AUnonds, Pea Nuts,
very sujn-rior Chewing Tdaxo; . . . v
July 1, 1356-tf. - . ... T.M0SSMAN&S0N.
wi-LL.1 A m s ' V
. Fine Jaconets, . .
. Babies worked frpeka- .
Store oupositc'D. N. FUtuer'sT" '
- - , PER YANKEE.
FOR SALE BY D. C. WATElt3rAN.
" ' 1 case custom- triad brogans; ! '
SO lioxes BtnTalo Chipn tobaccoj ,
4 boxes Diamond chewing" tobacco; " ' ' ' ' "
, 50 tin ginger snaj and .c-iuc cakes;
Pilot bread, Navy bread ;
. .Fresh s;rtmon in I bU;
3Ianila'cigard. . ' S7-tf
. PUBLIC NOTICE.
. AWJ PERSONS--are -forbidden to purchase Slieep or
JTA. W ool from the flockln charge of Dr. McDouf?rL and now
running on the lower portion of tne land of Haliiiaaile. MaaL
without my consent in writm -
FEED. W. HUTCHISON.
Lahahia, Slaui. ilaivh 2, ia&7.
R E W A R D I will be Taid by fehe sub
scriber for the detection and conviction f anir
person who may wUfully cause a fLe Hhrra of FIRE
27-tf . ' J - A. -J. CARTWRIGHT,. E, F. D.
. ri ' : ' , ' .
EX MESSEXCEIt BIRD. -
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Shelf Hardware and
Carpentera' tooU, just revived and for sal by
lf-24 :.? W.N. LADD.
Jy 1 1-tf
lor Bale by -:. i .- .
- v i . HENRY J1II0DES.
OAK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK, FOR
eale by . - ' (3-tO H. HACKFELD & CO.
'- 11., ,.. . 1 -. ... i
C1LARET IN PINTS Of superior quality. H-
. . - For eale by .-:.
-38 . . - HENRY RHODES.
SUPERIOR SYRUP, for sale by .-'
.. 2-tf' - 1 ' A.P.EVERETT
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children
Sugar MUls, Copying Prawn Coffin Furniture, Brasswar
Cnets of Tools, Door gcrapers 1c tJL for Pale by