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TTp. Chlf Justice of the Supreme Court of this king
1 fLHn thl community feeling of deep and unaf.
' , .TPt that one so pure in lire, so guieu, -
fcted regret, that one y Tiriv-te virtues, should be called
jfthiSmSo f aWf and at a time when the nation
!o5l KlloSttofhi3 ound judgment, legal erudiUon,
litenneratecoun as a jurist
1 1 fif 50 t ed, PVf"J.!cS,mmunitj has ever entertained
if a Lhnsuan u ;;'' . " i resIxCt.
relingsolmnea aunu wou,(i reSpectfully tender to
UiXtv tiri" r7ndo.ece at the loss he has sustained
;j,,-iff. r.r him who m " y
the dignity of the kingdom, ana promote the wetfare oi its peo
. . m ivwnmunitv trnder to the hends of hia
uesoivea, inai l"Vr .C r Iu V i 11
Majesty's Government their sympathy in the loss of a colleague,
vrwr rpn-.itition as head of the Judiciary' Department was not
confined to the kingdom alone, but was acknowledged with con
fidence and approbation by the representatives of every civilized
country in comity with this.
Resolved, That, recognizing at this "community does, the
ired character of the grief of her who mourns a bereavement
i bo far greater even than our own, it is with reluctant dimdence
( that we api roach to offer to her, our lieartrelt sympatny anu
;t?p that have rendered her
1 departed husband so generally, respected and beloved while
P -among us.
Resolved, That the Secretary of this meeting be instructed to
forward a copy of these resolutions to his Majesty, and to the
w -widow of the deceased, and that he also furnish copies to the
Polynesian and Commercial Advertiser newspaper for pub
lication. J. C. FAR WELL, Secretary.
U .. .
44 Save me from my friends."
Sm: It has been with mingled feelings of indigna-
$tion and regret that I have from time to time noticed
in the California papers articles on the islands and
rulers that should cause a blush to come to the cheek
i Ull' f Iillt:iliVU.
Kf' The extract in the last week's Commercial, taken
from the San Francisco Chronicle, is scarce worthy
of notice; and yet, it doubtless does a fir deeper
amount of injury than the writer ever buspected or
thought of. Thought of I would fain believe that
the writer of it did not think, for certainly no candid,
thinking person would deliberately write so gross a
scurrility, to call it by the mildest term, us that
piece appears to me to be.
I have yet to learn that any honest calling disqual
ifies a person from rising to higher or more impor
tant situations, as his abilities may be brought into
notice. I doubt not Judge Robertson to this day
would not regret the short acquaintance he had
with the Feafaring portion of the community, although
in the forecastle; and the writer happens to know
that while there he won and has ever merited the re
spect and regard of the .gentleman who was the cap
tain of the ship. His faithfulness in " little things"
has been rewavded by the intrusting of more "weighty
matters of the law."
But it was not my intention in this article to de
tend the Judges. Their names are known, and known
but to be respected, save by a disappointed few. My
more particular purpose was to bring before the Sau
Francisco press the suicidal policy of their unjust and
ungenerous criticisms. Do they forget that this i3 a
young, vising, growing nation. That though there
may be mistakes, or faults even, that the best way to
remove or correct them is not for outsiders to bring
all their powers of ridicule and sarcasm to bear upon
the rulers; although it is their practice to abuse and
vilify one another and their public men, to decry
their government and its officers, to institute self
organized "Vigillance Committees," and consign
from a secret tribunal their fellow citizens to an ig
nominious death, arraying themselves against the reg
ularly constituted authorities, and 'proceed to the
most extreme measures; yet, it is in nowise necessary
that they should strain their eyes so far as these
islands, to pick flaws. It is true we live under a
monarchy; but in no other land is there 'more safety
or better guarantee in the pursuit of life, liberty and
happiness. "We have confidence in our courts, and a
general confidence in the administration of the gov
ernment; and if the "press" will be a little less free
in their generally erroneous strictures on us, we shall
be the better off.
It is not in human nature to sit down patiently
under abuse wrongfully charged; and if for no other
reason may American residents here use the words at
the head of this article, "Save us from our friends,"
and from the effect that such repeated, uncalled for
paragraphs can but tend to create on the part of
His Majesty, the Prince and the other members of
His Majesty's government against Americans. And
I would here remark, that the very correspondents
who write the offensive articles referred to or furnish
the matter for the journals abroad, are most anxious
for the honor of an introduction to the palace and a
presentation to the King and his family, if not actu
ally applicants for government favors.
It is to be hoped that this will fall under the notice
of San Francisco editors, and that in future they will
remember that there are many Americans here whose
interests and the interests of their country are in no
wise pro mot ed by the course pursued by their unkind
tul uncalled for aspersions.
For the P. C. Advertiser.
A Question for "Buncomb" of this Polynesian.
Why are the anecdotes given in the Polynesian
relating to the Emperor Napoleon", all of a nature
disparaging to him ? Unintentional ? Or is it any
nationality of the Editor 44 sticking out ?"
LATER FROM AMERICA AND EUROPE.
The Fanny Major, Capt. Lawton, arrived from
San Francisco on the 6th, bringing New York dates
to April 20, .ma London dates to April 1. . A large
portion of the mail appears not to have come on by
her. Very few. English or California papers or letters
were received. This is probably owing to her sailing
from San Francisco before the entire mail was ready
to come forward. It is probable that some vessel wil!
touch here before the Yankee, which will not be diu
for a .month.
From the few papers received we gather the follow
ing summary of Eastern news.
The steamer Erricson arrived at New York April
11, with dates from Liverpool to April 1.
The moat interesting item of intelligence is tho
election news in Great Britain. The election, it is
Sieved, has resulted in the defeat of the conservative
or opposition party, and the triumph of Lord Palmer
ton. The London Times of April 1, says :
The elections have already changed the whole faco
of the political heavens. We are no longer as w
were a fortnight ago, as regards either the Chinese
question or a dozen others of much older and nearer
interest. People do not now ask who will be m the
Parliament, but exclaim, " What a Parliamen
there will be out of doors." The expurgation noi
only of vicious, but even of some meritorious elements,
proceeds almost too rapidly. When the House o
Commons Meets it will be with the serious conscious
ness that & great number of its most active and abk
rits are discontented exiles, moving heaven aad
art, ready to go lower still to obtain readmis
elon. u iii be as in the case of the Celestial Empire
besieged ,7 outer barbarians," or "foreign devils,'
as the vagrant sympathies of some will entitle their
to be called. Outside of the House, agitating,
haranguing, writing, plotting, combining, and al
but coalescing, will be Cobden, Bright, AL Gibson
Miall, and W. J. Fox; there will be Sir J. Walmsley
A. Pellatt, Sir W. Clay, Wilkinson, and Oliveira:
there will be Layard, and other free knights; ther
will also be absent Cardwell, Roundell Palmer, th
two Phillimore'e, Butt, M. Chambers, and a host o
others, more or less distinguished, or hoping som
aiy to distinguish themselves.
kuloors there will be positive gaps in the debate.
VS8 for C011 or M Gibson, and no Cobden ti
S iT)fP' 1113 own Pure naa operated too effectively
T Vu fr he haa turned 1116 House out of doors.
ute the olddady in the nursery rhyme, he has solJ
wsd and now lies upon the straw. In the House
j we should think the result will be little more calm
ness and decency of discussion, and a little less of
that peculiar style of oratory which ha recently been
imported from the bright region of the setting sun"
into the British House of Commons.
England, France and China. A Paris letter
says it is now certain that England and France have
agreed to act jointly in the China affair. France will
furnish twenty thousand troops against England's
superior naval force; and England allows France to
introduce a clause into the arrangements in favor of
the Catholic religion.
The British Expedition to Ciiina. In regard
to the British expedition to China the London Globs
"The force about to bo concentrated at Hong Kong
will consist of two brigades of infantry, composed of
the oth Fusiliers, now on their passage from the
Mauritius, the 59th Regiment, now at I long Kong,
the 23d Fusiliers, the 82J, 00th, and 93d Regiments,
which will proceed as soon as the shipping arrange
ments are completed. This force will be further rein
forced by four companies of artillery from "Woolwich,
1000 marines and 100 men cf;the Royal Engineers;
while in the shape of auxiliary corps, it will be accom
panied by one battalion of the military train, and
200 men of the Medical Staff Corps.
The Commander in-Chief will be Major General
Ashburnham, C. B., who had command iu the Sutlej
campaign; he goes out with the rank of Lieutenant
General. The English Admiralty have taken up 80
first-class saiing- ships for the conveyance of stores to
China, evidently providing for a war of some dura
tion. Ui-ttctl State
Mormons. We have no doubt, (says the Washing
ton Star of a late date) that there is positive in
formation in this city that Brigham Young and his
crew have burned the United States archives, court
records, &c, in Utah territory; that they have
demanded the appointment of one of two schedules of
federal officers, both headed by Brigham Young for
Governor, with the arowal of the purpose of driving
any other out of the territory by force of arms. The
truth is, the Mormons are already practically in a
state of rebellion.
Dean, the Coachman, Triumphant. We last week
published au account of the clandestine marriage of
John Dean, a coachman, and Miss Mary Ann Boker,
the daughter of a millionaire, and the subsequent
proceedings of the indignant father. The hearirg on
the writ of habeas corpus, which Dean sued out
against Boker for the release of his (Dean's) wife,
took place on Monday, before Justice Davies. The
court-room was crowded by a very attentive audience,
and great interest was felt in the result by all parties.
The medical committee which the Court had appointed
to inquire in relation to Miss Boker's mental condition,
first reoorted that she was of perfectly same mind,
and Judge Davies stated, as the result of a long
interview, that " in the course of his life he had met
with few ladies of so much intelligence, so much
delicacy of feeling and propriety of demeanor, with
so strong and deep a sense of the duties which she
owed to her parents, and the duties which she owed
to her own free-chosen husband. Mr. lidwards,
Boker's counsel, presented the grounds of objection to
the marriage, and Mr. Spencer. Dean's counsel
argued that "the monomania of love" was not suf
ficient grcund for setting aside a marriage, and the
Court decided that the parties were capable and free
to contract marriage, and that it was therefore valid.
Mrs. Dean was, therefore, released by her father, and
she and her husband forthwith commenced planning
for their future course. It is understood that they
decided to go to the country, where Dean will exercise
the trade of a carpenter, which he practised before he
was a coachman, and where, if necessary, his wife
will give lessons in music. ' What God hath joined
together let not man put asunder." Exchange.
Tiiu Atlantic Telegraph. The Secretary of the
Navy has refused the request of the New York Her
ald, to place reporters on board the JViagara and
Mississippi during their cruise to lay the submarine
cable from Ireland to Newfoundland. Mr. Toucey
savs it is against the rule of the department to have
passengerg on board men-of-war. The British Govern
ment has furnished two vessels, and the four are to
lay the cables during the month of June.
Hon. Wm. B. Reed, of Philadelphia, has been ap
pointed special Minister to China. The salary k the
present Minister to China, as resident Minister, is
S9,000. but it is now intended to send an Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, whose
legal allowance ill be $'15,000. Mr. Reed's appoint
ment to that oihee is very generally approved.
General Pierce. The Washington correspondent
of the Exeter J ea? Letter says that General Pierce
has had the good sense to avoid extravagance in the
Presidential mansion, during his term of oflice, and
the consequence is, he retires with one-half his four
years' salary m his pocket $oO,0(X).
The moat succinct description which we have yet
seen of vhc person of the renowned Rev. Mr. Spurceon,
of London, is the following from a letter by an English
correspondent of one of our exchanges. 1 he writer
calls him A short, fat, fresh, round-faced, good-
natured looking youth."
The long pending dispute with Denmark as to the
question of the payment of the Sound dues, has been
brought to a termination. The United States govern
ment pays its proportion of the capitalization fund,
amounting to & 380,000, and the tax heretofore levied
on commerce ceases.
A bill is before the Louisiana Legislature, allowing
the head of each family to take a three dollar news
paper at the expense of the State.
Dr. Biarelow, of Boston, recently removed from the
lungs of a child six years of age, a smooth pebble
about the size or a large nazie nut, winch had caused
the child much suffering and its parents not a little
mental discomfort. Either was first administered,
the necessary incision was then made, and the stone
quietly removed. The lad is apparently well, and
the wound made by the lancet is rapidly healing.
Dr. Startin writes to the Medical Times, that
pitting from small pox can be prevented by applying
acetum cantharadis, or any vesicating fluid, by
means of a camel-hair Inrush, to the apex of each
postule of the disease, until blistering is evidenced.
Decimal Cueresc y in Canada. The Canadian Par
liament has passed, an act providing that after the
31st of December next, pounds, shillings, and pence,
shall be superseded by dollars and cents.
Grape Culture in California. The grape cul
ture in California is large and increasing. In ten
counties 12,857,225 pounds of grapes were produced
last year, and this year the total will be fourteen
millions. From this crop the city of Loa Angelos
makes 150,000 gallons of wine and COCK) gallon of
Geo. W. Kendall, one of the well-known editors
and proprietors of the New Orleans Picayune, now
resides near New Braunfels, Texas. He owns a cat
tU ranch, where he has a fine stock of mares, horned
cattle, and large flocks of sheep, the latter under
charge of an imported Scotch shepherd. He has no
slaves, but hires his er.tra labor done by Germang
from the village in the vicinity of which his estat
Two sporting men of Albany, Taylor and Dalton,
started on horses from the Exchange at 5 o'clock, A.
M., for & one hundred mile race, without rest or food.
The bets were $2,500 a side. Whitesboro, Oneida
county, was the termination of the race. Taylor's
horse was the winner trotting the entire distance in
12 1-2 hours. The other animal came in a quarter
of a mile in the rear, and entirely exhausted.
iMiss Laue, the new divinity of the White House ,
d a reception on the 17th March. A large throng
attended and the lady acquitted herself with so much
grace and dignity as to draw forth universal admira
tion. A notice appears in some of the English newspa
pers to the effect that, by advices from Manila, a
rich coal mine of excellent quality had been discov
ered in the province of Sibugney, which, it was ex
Dected, would prove a source of wedth, in connection
with the steam navigation of the Indian and China
The Post Office bill which has passed the House,
appropriates over $16,000,000 for inland service next
The best appraisers of Trinity -Church property,
in New York, reckon its actual present value at six
FOR THE PALL SEASON.
15 . W. FIEID
WOULD MAKE KXOWX TO THE
chant, Traders and Planters of the
That he will receive, by the American ship
HARRIET & JESSIE,"
That left BOSTON FOR HONOLULU ON APRIL 1st, and
expected to arrive about August 15th, a fall and complete
assortment of MERCHANDISE adapted to the require
ments of the trade at these Islands.
SALES "TO ARRIVE" WILL BE MADE.
The assortment consists in part of the following named arti
Cases Boston denims, Cases all pink prints,
Fancy prints, asstd
Black and gray prints,
White sewing cotton,
Blue sewing cotton,
Linen thread wh & blk,
Silk parasols assd pat'ns
Richmond 30-in prints,
Globe blue drills.
Globe cotton flannels,
Asstd Rob Roy,
Fine blue sheeting,
Merrimac true blues, as
Merrimac pink prints,
Bales Keswick Gingham9,
Bales old Cavendish cottons,
Trusses Mackinaw blanxeta,
Trusses Eagle blankets.
Bales gray twilled flannel,
Red twilled flannel,
Bay Suite felting,
Shetucket striped checks,
Shetucket asstd stripes,
Cases prim?, plain shades assd
Oil carpeting, asstd,
Wh ex ex palm leaf hats,
Very superior Maracaibo
Leghorn Bd F B hats,
Canton bound hats,
Black wool hats.
Soots and Shoes.
Mn's thick double soled boots,
44 Goat pegge i brogans,
44 Kip bropans, lined and bound,
44 Fine calf Oxford ties,
44 Gloved legged Oxford ties, patent foxed,
Drab cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed.
Black cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed.
Enameled sewed Downings, eyed,
lUaok sewed lasting Downing,
Euameled patent pump3,
Iirogans, assorted styles,
Congress boots, assorted.
Extra fine calf boots,
Ladies' fancy buskins,
Morocco boots, plain,
Morocco boots, colored.
Kid Congress buskins,
Patent tipped buskinSj
Yard laces, tipped,
Gaiters, assorted styles.
Bootees, assorted styles.
Slippers, assorted styles,
44 Congress boots.
44 Shoes, .
Children's Bhoes, assorted patterns.
Extra Superfine Suflollt Cousity Mill Flour,
Barrels Ilaxall flour,
Barrels best Carolina head rice,
Kegs Carolina head rice,
Boxes best refined leaf sugar,
Ilf barrels best crushed sugar,
lit barrels best granulated sugar,
Ilhds superior butter,
Ilf barrels dried apples,
Cases English Dairy Cheese,
Cases pineapple cheese,
Cases renned lard,
Cases prunes in glass jars,
Baskets superior oiive oil,
Cans dried currant?, .
Boxes ground pepper.
Boxes ground ginger,
Boxes ground cassia.
Boxes ground cloves,
Boxes ground Pimento,
Boxes ground Cayenne,
Boxes ground mustard,
Cases Pembroke salt,
Cases vermicelli, --
Boxes Jay's tobacco,
Cases American tobacco,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, birdseye,
Cases Cavendwh tobacco, ictoria Keglna,
Cases fine kiln-dried meal,
Boxes Castile soap,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
Kegs white beans,
Baskets Ivvoy champagne, qt,
Boxes salt water soap,
Barrels Turk's Island salt.
Cases milk biscuit,
Cases ginger snaps,
- Case! water crackers,
Caes butter crackers,
Cases soda crackers,
Bundle s hoops,
Pipes superior figs,
15oxea summer savory,
Boxes sweet majoram.
Venetian Blinds, assorted colors.
nf bbl staves and heads,
Nests Hingham buckets,
Nests Hingham boxes,
Rattan market baskets,
Willow market baskets.
Painted cedar pails,
Extra brooms plain,
Rattan brush baskets,
Complete dinner sets.
Complete tea and coffee sets,
Complete toilette sets,
Demijohns, hf to 3 gals,
Assorted wine glasses,
White stone mugs,
Hardware and TVaval Stores.
Boxes glass, assorted sizes.
Kegs Fairmount pure white lead.
Improved cooking stoves complete,
American cook stoves,
Casks nails, assorted sizes,
Bales navy oakum.
Bundles sheet iron,
C S planters' hoes,
Bagle planter' hoe,
Patent pad locks,
Sister hooks, assorted,
Hunt's C S hatchets,
Brit tea spoons.
Best German harps,
Cut tacks, assorted,
Copper tacks, assorted,
Brit table spoons,
French forge spoons.
Cooks' basting spoons, Tea kettles.
Sets table knives and forks,
Sets dessert knives and forks.
Buck carvers, C S files,
Tap r saws, Cabinet saws,
Sets carpenters' tools, Whipes, asstd patterns,
Coffee mills, Sihip scrapers,
Patent sad irons, Tin Plates,
Iron plates, Card matches,
Sauce pans, Tin pots,
Iron kettles, C B shovels, C S spades,
Lamp wicks, Solar lamp shades, Lamp chimneys, Nos. 1 &, 2,
Complete assortment of solar lamps,
Ships' lanterns, guarded, Manila bed cords,'
Manila clothes lines, Cotton clotl.es lines,
Manila sacking, Ohio axes,
Best Ohio ash oar?, assorted sizes,
Best proved chain cables, assorted sizes,
Best "Jtfanila rope, assorted sizes,
Best Manila whale line,
Best .Manila lance warp,
Two yrn spunyarn.
Three yarn spunyarn,
Alanine, xiousuue, nonuuut,
Casks hiedium bread,
Casks navy bread,
Shp bbls pilot bread,
Bbls superior hams,
Bbls raw beef,
Bbls prime pork,
Bbls clear pork,
fllAHE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
JL receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
and "No. 1"
White lead, grcund in the beat boiled English oil, and is au
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
, J". C. SPALDING.
Honolulu, June 0, 1S57. 50-tf
A FRAMED PORTRAIT OF Q,UEEN
VICTORIA for pale. Frice $1
0 8 H. II. WHITNEY.
IV E W GOODS,
EX PAXXr MAJOR.
ALDR1CII 8z BISHOP have just received merchan
dise as follows :
Flour in qr sacks, mats China rice,
Bbls Carolina rice, rolls 4-4 white matting,
Oilcloth carpets 8-4, Brussels carpet,
Drugget, crash, linen towels.
Black alpacca, printed muslins, assorted prints,
Hickory shirts, blue woolen shirts,
White shirts, pink shirts, calico shirt,
Assorted pants, cop ts, vests.
Hose and drawers, a largf? lot of hats.
Buskins, slippers and brogaus,
Superior black tea in ?m? J buries,
Tobacco, starch, honey, fi.s-3, ir ;en corn.
Oysters, strawberries, black t-crrios.
Quinces, fresh apples, black pepper,
Currie powder, tomato catsup, fine 6alt, soda,
Saleratus, cream tartar, sago, assorted candies,
Water, soda and huUer crackers,
Ginger snaps, Jer cy Lind cakes,
White beans, gunpowder, shot,
White lead, Prussian blue. Chrome yellow.
Matches, saddles, wheelbarrows, horse collar?.
Fire iron, 4xJ and 4xf,
. Round iron, j, J, f , i, 1 and 1J inch.
Square iron, J and inch,
Ox chains, lead pipe, 1J and 1 inch,
Lift pumps, axe handles, hoe bandits,
Shovels, hoes, market baskets,
Pit saws, halter rope, kc, 4c, 4c.
For sale at lowest rates. 50-tf
ROLL OF CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS
jTfcF HONOLULU ENGINE CO., NO. 1.
Published by order of the Company.
G. A. Lath p,
A. P. Everett,
B. W. Field,
II. M. Whitney,
C. Brewer, 2 1,
J. C. Spalding,
. K. Kawson,
R. W. McKibhm.
R. C Wyllie,
A. B. Bates,
C. II. Lewer,
J. F. B. Marfan,
D. O. Waterman,
L. II. Anthon,
T. C B. Rooke,
Wra. II. Pease,
J. G. Munn,
G. P. Judd,
A. S. Cooke,
G. M. Robertson,
W. II. Stewart,
II. S. Swinton,
E. II. Allen,
W. 1j. Green,
C. PA user,
F. L. Hank,
II. Von Holt,
T. C. Jleuck,
C. K. Bishop,
T. II. Hobron,
J. T. Waterhouse,
W. A. Cooper,
MECHANICS' BEN 12 FIT UNION.
THE REGULAR MOXTIILY MEETING
of this Society will be held at the Eneine Room of Mechanic
No. 2, on FRIDAY' EVENING, tl.i 12th inst., at half past 7
!0 Members will please attend rithout further notice,
do-lem GKO. M'CLF.AS, Secretary.
THE IIONOTjULiU YOUNG MEN'S RE
BATING SOCIETY hold their weekly meeting in the Ves
try adjoining the Bethel at half p ist seven o'clock.
The public in general are invited to attend.
The question befor the Society, this Thursday evening, is,
44 Which is for the best interest of these islands, the development
of manufactures or of the whale fishery ?" 60-lt
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION of the pupils
of the Royal School will take pl:tce on Friday, June 12, at
9 o'clock, A. M. There will be an exhibition in public speaking
at half past 7 o'clock, P. M. The public are invited to at
LL. PERSONS HAVING GOODS IN M. C.
MONSARRAT'S Auction Room are notified to come for
ward and prove property, and remove the same before the 14th
of June, or they will be sold at auction.
J. I. DOWSKTT.
Tlonolulu, June f, 1857. 50-1
UST RECEIVED PEJ1 FANNY MAJOR,
and for sale low by the subscriber,
1 qr cask very superior 44 1 nited Vineyard Proprietors"
1 qr cask very superior 44 Saserac de Forge et Fils" Brandy.
2 bbls 44 Old Nectar" Whisky, 1S39.
2 bbls pure Jamaica Rum.
Samples of the above can be seen at th store of
60 J. C. SPALDING.
ON BOARD THE JOHN MARSHALL, 100
tons of the very best Scranton lump coals, any quantity of
which I will sill at $20 per ton of 2000 lb weight.
G. P. JUDD.
50-tf . Agent.
lOO LBS. FRESH CANARY AND
nEMP SEED For Sil3 ir 1 and 2-lb packages, by
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu. June 10, 157. 50-tf
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from the United States are respectfully informed that a
FIRST CLASS SHIP
Will leave Boston, REGULARLY, for this place, in the month
of September or early in October, and in April or early in May.
For freight or passage, which will be taken on the lowest
terms, please apply to
CHAS. BREWER or JAMES IIDNNEWELL,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A.,
Or CHAS. BREWER 2d,
Honolulu, S. I.
COMMISSION M E R C II A
BOSTON, MASS. U. S. A.
Orders sent to hira from the Sandwich Islands will be
tually attended to, and merchandise forwarded in A
REGULAR PACKET FOR IIILO
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
One hundred and fifty tons register,
A. G. THURSTON, Master,
Will hereafter run regularly to II ILO, touching at
KOIIALA aii3 LAUPAIIOEIIOE.
When in Honolulu, will be found regularly at J. Robinson
& Co.'s Wharf.
For freight or passa j Inquire on board. 3S
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
THB FAST tl AILING SCHOONER
Will hereaft.tr run regular on th abov route. For freigh
passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
20-tf IIACKFELD & CO,
BOSTON AK7 S. I. PACKETS
Will be despatched rgulrly from BOSTON for HONO
LULU in the monthi of September, December, March and
May or June.
For freight or passage ap;?ly to
8. W. FIELD,
Honolulu or to
Ji A. PIERCE,
July 1, 185d-tf. 67 Commercial Wharf, Boston
WEIjES, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND Si' FRANCISCO.
For the spec ly and safe coirr e cance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and Talt ible parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATED, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu jell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo Ac Co., i'an Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s fc-i-nked U. S. Government "envelopes,
which pasi free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San I'rancisco to New York.
Com-.-.issions and collectvrs promptly attended to.
Oct 7, 1858-tf. R. COADY & CO.. Agents.
Pacific Express Co.
For the speedy and safe transpor yfq?
tation of Merchandise, Specie, Letters and ra'uable packages to
all parte of the United State. A. P. EVERETT,
BY A. P. EVEItETT.
New Goods, ex "Fanny Major."
On TUESDAY, June 10.
At 10 o'clock, at Sales Rooms, will be sold
urocerir, fee, fcc
Closing out Sale.
Valuable Leasehold Property;
On FRIDAY. June 19,
At 10 o'clock, will be sold, at the store of Mr. Russel, corner
"j-of Nciuanu and Merchant streets,
j J.THE ENTIRE STOCK OF THE STORE
And, at 12 o'clock, ntHin, will be sold
'j THE LEASE OF THE PREMISES,
i naving about 14 years to run. The buildings have been
erectl about one year, and all in good order, with water from
the Government pipe.
Will be sold, the
, FURNITURE OF THE HOUSE.
Premises can be examined three days previous to sale.
A DVERTISERS WISHING TO ITII-
DR W or renew their advertisements, or make any alter
ations in them, are requested to give notice, in writing, of any
ucti chances, ns the publisher intends enlarging the size of
the paper on the 1st of July, and such alterations can be made
more conveniently before than after the enlargement.
W OA'DOX, 23I JANUARY. 1837. Sir: 1
' 1 A be to inform vou that I have this day reared from th
firm of J. G. MARZETTI & SONS, and allow me to take this
opportunity of sincerely tanking you for the patronage ea
joyed for a period of upward of forty years. . .
J 1 .:,.. r,r .ir favor tr m v sons, ana referrtnx
'. , pir-uiajr attached hereto, I remain
!CKSilUK ;JlIlul"t''',- j
our obed't serv't,
. J. G. MARZETTI.
Losdon, 23d January, 1S57.
Sir : We beg to call your attentiou to the anuexed circular
announcing the retirement of our Senior, and to inform you that,
j the business will be carried on by us, as usual, under the firm
of J. G. MARZETTI & SONS.
Permit us to return our grateful thanks for past favors, and
respectfully to solicit a renewal of the same, assuring you of our
best endeavors to merit your confidence and support.
1 Any orders you may be pleased to entrust to o-ir charge,
slidl, at all times, have our best attention, and be executed
up'on the moat favorable terms.
I Referring you to our respective signatures at foot, we remain
1 Your obed't serv'ts,
Oil AS. T. MARZETTI,
4a6t AUG. C. MARZETTI.
I rmilE SUBSCRIBER AVOULD
I JL his frk-nifs and the public generally that he
has this day
raffs ferred the
j WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS,
Heretofore carried on by him, in the French Premises," to his
5 brother, MR. GODFREY RHODES.
i In returning thanks for past favors, the undersigned would
j respectfully solicit, in favor of his brother, a continuance of tho
i support so liberally bestowed upon himself.
I Honolulu, May SO, 1S57.
' fTJIHE WINE AND SPIRIT BUSINESS
! ii heretofore carried on in the French Premises by MR.
' HENRY RHODES, has this day been transferred to the under
, signed, who, having made arrangements to secure a constant
. supply of
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
Begs to assure all parties favoring hira with their orders, that
j his beet endeavors will be given to insure their eutire satisfac
! Honolulu, May 30, 1557. 49-tf
t GODFREY RHODES,
DEALER IN WINES AND SPIRITS,
eA'S ON II AND AND OFFERS FOR SALE
a well selected suck, consisting iu part as follows .
Monongahela and Bourbon Whiskies,
Fine Brandy, in casks and cases,
Holland Gin, C
Cherry- Brandy, a superior article,
. tefcoirgSou's and Dunbar's Bii ters,
l. Ffile Sherry and Madeira,
Sauternes, of superior quality.
, ". ' ' Clarets, of superior quality,
, -. Claret in pints,
' Hock in pints.
And all the favorite brands of Ale and Porter, which
hu offers for sale, low, at his etore, near the Po6t Office.
Honolulu, May 30,.1S67.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully announce
to the inhabitants of Honolulu and the public generally,
that he lias taken the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. Benson,
over the Printing Office of the Commercial Advertiser, where hs
is now prepared to take
PICTURES ON GLASS AND PAPER,
Known as the Patent Ambrotypes and Photographs.
Having recently arrived from the United States, with-goo4
instruments and a new aud extensive assortment of stock, he
feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction to those wh
favor him with their patronage.
N. B. Pictures put up in a VARIETY OF STYLES, to suM
O- R003IS OPEN from 9, A, M. to 12, M., and from 1
to 4, P. M. .u
43-tf W. F. ROWLAND.
EX " RAOUCJA."
KL LBS. PILOT AND
JJ y , VF Vr J BREAD,
o00 bbls American Mes3 Beef,
For sale low by
CHARLES BREWER 2d
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been appointed
Assignees of the estate of F. Bertelmann, request all his
creditors who have not yet signed the articles of assignment, to
d 9 so in their office, and to hand In their accounts for approval.
All persons indebted to said estate will please to settle their
account at their earliest convenience.
KRULL & MOLL.
. Honolulu, May 25, IS 57. 4J
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been licensed
the Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Tenders to the public his services in the line of his prt
fession, and hopes, from Ids long practical experience and tae
undivided attention that he will pay to all business committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage
Office over Dr. G. P. Jadd's Dru Store, oomer of AfcrcLaat
and Fort streets.
Honolulu, May 23, 1837. 4&-ly
2 PLATFORM, WEIGHING 30OO Ifes,
No. 7- Platform, weighing 2000 lbs,
No. 10 Platform, weighing 1200 lbs,
No. 10 Platform, weighing 900 lbs,
No. 11 Platform, weighing 600 lbs,
No. .11 Platform, weighing 400 lb9,
No. 12 Platform, weighing 240 lbs,
Grocers' Scale, Counter Scale,
For sale by
. B. W. FIELD.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS agates
S. II. DO SETT or myself will please present them to me
by the 1st of July next, for payment. ' "
Honolulu, May 26, 1857.
I WILL PAY ALL DEMANDS AGAINST
M. C. MONSARRAT, Lq., and will receive all amoostt
due him. " o -
J. XV DOWSETT.
Honolulu. Mar 2fi. 1857. -
NOTICE. . v -
AIVL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against
the late firm of MEDAILLE & BOUCHER, partners in ths
Restaurant business, in Honolulu, are requested to seed la the
same to the undersigned, without delay.
. 7-2m J. W. MARSH,. Assignee.
EST QUALITY FRESH CORN
uest quality rren Dutter.
JAMAICA RUM, - -i' '
IX CASES Received per u Yankee," &r tt!' fcjr
47 o. W. riZLD.