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struck witii th vizor nT!ffUt.hM.been
Practically comprehending aH tl , teUect
tatesmuip, ind thorough I UUs f EnSlisl
political historV o 'ESn LT' th
prompt and readj t lf defencTil of i" eVer
and abonndlnK in sarcasm, he iT. 2 T?f'
m -jwiiTinmorcr sustaining that imlio 7.- .iT
rVrt of which an anneal U J .f
WtlxiTJ f Strychnine in the marmfac
t 0 rT U henoeSfh to Punched as a ?e
M!,TW,Zharp lwtil!e were making fire
JtJ oUaineJ by the old process was but half so
swallowed all they could get of it and smack
Jlipa (for more; but the Hogs, not being so
Wened, could not stand it and did off by hun
J what was called "Hog Cholera." The fish, too,
Is I?Te" ato wn,ca the refuse of the distilleries
iminea, b-zn to die off in . . i
! that a barrel of this Strychnine Whisky con
poison enough to HI!
s Nectrautt or the Isthmus or Paxama.
projxt has n submitted to the Legislature
"''"""t fy rnor Arosamena, for securing
tolityof the Isthmus of Panama, lw
thrums is to be declared an independent State.
w the j.int gt-rantee and protection of Great
itn, the United State?, France, Sardinia and New
aada. The pre ject seems to be very complicated,
1 many of its clauses are exceedingly obscure; but
it otherwise, it provides for far too many en
Mg, allUnoes to suit the people of the United
v, lti considered probable by persons in a
into judge, that it is put forward merely to
Jme ami postpone a final decision with regard
our demands, in the hope of obtaining foreign sup
yrt in the meantime. For this purpose it is said
LiTent was about to proceed to Paris.
I CorrESwa bt Electricitt. We hare seen specU
yhiens of iron ship-tjolts, screw?, &c. to which a coaU
Jng of copper has Wn applicl by the machine of the
lagnetic Electric Company, in Mercer street, giving
ti'eni the appearance of pure copper, atnl securing
"tliose qualities of durability so eventlal to Testis
rhere metri! are in contact with salt water, at a
omparatif civ low prior. Tbtwe oljeefs are bclieveI
. be fully attaine-l. and it is though!, that the use of
copper in f.irwrui!iting may l.e tlmpcnsel with to a
very eonsidcraMe extent, and thereby affecting a
pre;it saving in naT.il construction, beside securing
trie superior qnaiitif cf the iron for pnrpow uaniol.
The company have coppered a beautiful mo.1.1 of a
fnsrate, at, of a ship. horh of wood, no plates being
ued, a-"4 tin cpper is thrown on in an entire place.
It is ctinjtvtured that full sied ships may be coppered
in the same m inner. TIiLj new application of copper
ing i well worthy f attention. lb.
Gkf.at Telegraphic E.vtf.bprise. We find in the
w York .Mirror the following in regard to the
r-.w in r ntiCL-co :
The r-i i
liut wnen r-er-
f-ctel, it will embrace a prelirnii
ler the auf pices ani protection o
r irtr, which is or-n to start on an
fx t!ie purport of laying out (unde
le recent act of
4i?igiw) a military roaI to the
Tn; Tele-Graphic party, which is to accompany the
Military Kxpelition, will probably consist of some
f rry or fifty persons, and will be amply supplied
with dh!w and camels for the purpose of crossing
the continent with safety and despatch. The party
will start from Omaha City in Nebraska (to be con
Dcted by telegraph with St. Louis,) follow the Platte
Kiver to the South Pass, and thence direct acros to
T!i j an immense enterprise, and one which re-uire-j
a" large outlay of labor and capital. Should it
prove successful and the submarine telegraph be Laid
accessfully in July, London and San Francisco will
he within hailing distance of each other and the quo
tations on 'Change in the Metropolis of Europe wid
be bulletined in the Golden City within an hour.
lb erible Accipest A Mas Sawetj ix Two.
The London, (C. W.) JVee Press of Thursday, May
7th. says that on Wednesday of last week, a mot
shocking accident occurred in a circular saw mill at
Walisin?ham. Cha. Harris, a young man lately
married, had ju?t been employed that morning to
work in the mill, and was set to carry away the
fioarls as they dropped from the saw. He was cau
tioned against the danger of letting a board touch
the ?aw while in motion, but the unfortunate man
bvi taken away but a few boards when the end of
ne he had just taken up swayed against the saw,
d being repelled with riolence, caused the other
-ad to force him against the saw, then in full motion,
and, as quick as thought, he was cut in twain. The
saw struck nr?t the point of the left shouluer passing
lireetly through the heart, and out under the ribs
on the right side of the body.
The Washington Union gives the following descrip
tion of the presents from the two Kings of Siam :
We were this morning permitted to inspect, at the
Department of State, a curious collection of presents
'n't received fixm Bangkok, in Siam, from the two
aini-? who reign over that country, as was stated in
the L'nion of the 8th inst. Among these interesting
-ncinien. of the handiwork of the intelligent Siamese,
ve especially noticed a solid gold snuff box, (weigh-
.az upwarl of ave ounces) quaintly ornamented in
,- I..,red enamels; a long pipe with a tiny bowl richly
'rnaTiented with enameled gold, for smoking opium;
i pair of large shears (made somewhat like those in
jr.ral u ja th;9 country for shearing sheep) for
trimming the beard; a sword, of exquisite temper,
with a scabbard made from a tingle piece of lance-
by some process of morticing that few American
w rkmen could equal; rftnusical instrument resem-
ng a flageolet; twt tamtoms, or drums, each
-n.vle frojn a single piece" of wood, about two feet in
.neta and ten locnes in diameter, with strips ot
ine iiL-tead of cords, and giring a clear, distinct
w.te when beaten; soears, fishing tackle, &c
Mk.. Ccx.MXGHi. In a retiew of the Uurdell
ve, just clopel, the Tribune expresses its views as
4!ws in regird to Mrs. Ccs.msgham, the most
rominent cf the accused parties :
A to Jlrs. Cunningliam or Uurneli, we do not
'.rate to say that she has been treated with great
irhnei not only by the ministers of justice, but by
4 w I'rr? unintentional, no doubt, but none the less
lir whoe cunning and address tue nnger or
v-.)i ."f n wa3 first pointed towanl her, we do not
i t : when tb it point ia as:ert;inel, we may be
it sp've a guess at the name of thepql culprit.
'm the moment that Ikgberry took irf:v? sage
"wiani the notion of her guilt, she has been dealt
i:ii a though no treatment could be bad enough for
r. The proceedings before the Coroner, the inde
nt examination of her person, the opening ofthe
im"ct Attorney, were all of a piece. i"et it would
difficTxlt nrw to indicate a single plausible reason
r the mo an tain of suspicion and odium hea-lel upon
Tint she had trusteI unduly to Dr. BurdeU'a
tmi!", and afterwards compellol him to fulnll
xn that he soon provel unfaithful to her that
lanrWs and hi?h temper naturally ensued, and he
rhd to be rid of her so much is plain; but that
e was ever improperly intimate with Eckel, or that
f 'laicrhters were not respectably trained and Tirtu
, there i no reason to assert. That she was mar
' to Dr. Dtirdell, and that their subsequent differ-tn-s
grew out of his infidelity to the obligations thus
facr.antly assumed, we have no manner of doubt;
1t1 we believe this will be legally demonstrated to
'i satisftction of the public At all events, her
nuertion with the deceascl has involved her in a
hrf difficulties and trials from which few women
ouM have lived to be extricated.
He, toe Spiri-tcamst. We understand that
ir. Hame, the celebrated medium, made a fortune
i France, and has purchased a valuable farm upon
North river, for some of his relatives. He will
"Welf return in th iwnnw of the month to Paris.
fre he is to have an office about the Emperor'8
'rrv"n- The Emperor and Empress are said to be
V'pjugh converts to the new doctrine. The experi
at the Tuileries were strictly private, Mr. Hume
H'lung to proceel on any other condition ; though
y nipress irL-iMte-1 on having her twenty five maids
honor in the room, she was obliged to content her--f
with five, who were plelged to secresy. The
sp:per accounts of the doings at the Tuileries
lr- Hume pronounces to be fabrications. As all
aNve statements come from him or his friends,
? shouM lie taken with a grain of allowance.
. A correspondent writing from Boston, where Mr.
,arM is now staying, says : Mr. Hume is a Scotch
and came to this country while a very young
J- He is twenty-two years of age, but looks nearly
"rty. Hc ;3 0f mid l!e gize, sandy haired, with a
"jht, shrewd, energetic face, pleasant expression,
n ery nervous, restless temnerament. He is com-
f onicative, (except about thedoings, at the Tuileries,)
r talks iiuss antl v. His manners are crfXKl. thoueh
H Monda V fvnm(F loaf & flniritnolia OMbiAfl
ktr M at Private house up town, with Hume and
aits, the rimkn,lm r. -v.i: c
tie editors of th
Kntlemen of the press, were present by invitation.
1" Whole COIIl n.lnv ntimW.l r.firfooii Th nvm
' which the pvrty assembled was lighted by gas,
l everv nnn,Hn:i. lt i i - .:
' nsnal feats cf moving tables and pianos were
rined in t. . r.
- - ... ....i 9iuxe9ui manner in iuii g:s
lt'1 a ','irp--yel. Bcpntical rpnttem.tn unler
le m r n'1 ha,f d"Ka fliers closely watching
mliams, who fcet were LeM. "The table
waheaTj extension table, about tea feet
Ion IT On,1 Mn x . -
wp!o.,r 'J Tl 01 tlie tlme was the added
S to ho9e PlQmP ndition does
olSim? PPr"P"yVhe Prfeon Boston.
IWn t.he.1fyfs of tWe wac taken out by unseen
n? L 1J,1Ml ? th "thers. A cloth being placed
upon the table, a hand, or what to the touch seemed
1.- 1 Wa fepeatediy thrust up under it. This
waa grasped by some of the gentlemen present, in
W STP. U ,meItl away. They state that the
irtn and feel of human fingers was perfectly palpable,
lhe hands of the medic in and of all present were at
that tune on the table in full sight. Mr. Hume held
an accordeon in one hand, taking hold of the bottom
or the instrument, while his other hand was stretched
out away from it. Several tunes were played upon
it by invisible agency. One of the editors present
inspected it closely; he saw the Wllows part and the
keys moving exactly as if some person were playing
upon it, while it hung suspended at only a few inches
from his eyes. The result, in short, of the session
ws, that everybody present was satisfied that the
feats performed were not done by the mediums, and
that any theory of eolation which ascribes them to
jugglery is simply ridiculous."
a i eat quite as remarkable as any of the above was
performed at a house in the suburls of this city not
long ago. A. heavy diningttable, with two gentlemen
neither of whom is a thorough-going Spiritualist
standing upon it, was lifted six inches or so from the
floor, Mr. Hume being in the room, but not touching
the table. A third person, who is a sturdy unbeliever,
made sure that the table was really in the air, by
thrusting a stick in every direction beneath it Ail
three, who are gentlemen of the highest position,
bel ieve that there was no hocus pocus about the mat
ter, whatever may be the secret of the seeming miracle-
Jeu York Eceninz Pott.
Treascre Trove. Mr. Benj. S. Day, of Curri
tuck county, N. C, while ploughing in his field, a
few days ago, says the Norfolk Herald, dug up a
pile of old Spanish gold and silver coin to the amount
of about six thousand dollars. It is supposed to
have been buried during the revolution and the
accident that led to the discovery was most singular.
It appears that an old pine tree had fallen near the
fence of Mr. D.'s farm, and one of the branches struck
in the spot where the money was found. As the tree
was an obstruction to those engaged in ploughing, it
was raised from its position, when it was discovered
that the old branch had several pieces of the coin
sticking to it. They then went to work aud dug down
to the depth of ahout 4 feet, when thev were startled
by the discovery of this large amount of money.
Every eve that looked upon the shiners, we are told,
became as big as moons; and one of the negroes who
assisted in raising the tree.on seeing the money stick
ing to the limb, was so amazed at the sight, that he
halloaed out why Mas Day, what am dat T
wonder if he gro dar Well, well, dis am de fus time I
eber s-ed money groin on de pine tree." A yoke of
oxen was soon bitched to the treasure, and it was
carried to the house of Mr. D-, where it can now be
Th;s, we assure our readers, says the Herald, is no
hoax; and it rather gives credence to the tradition
that there was monev deposited on that part of the
coast by Blacklteard the pirate.
Xf.w Liqttor Law ix New York. The State
Legislature has just past a new liquor law, on the
license basis, which contains many remarkable pro
visions. How it will operate, time only can chow.
jng is the eating of it,
following is givt-n as a l'eneral summary of the lead
ing points of the bill : It provides, in the first place,
for the appointment, bv the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court and presiding Judge of the Court of
loramon I leas, and Ilecorder of the City and County
of New York, of three reputable freeholders, residents
of the county, who are to constitute a Board of Excise
Commisioners. Each county in the State is to be
provided with one of these Boards, the members of
which are to be appointed by the County Judge and
two Justices of tlie Sessions. The Excise Boards of
p rural districts are to meet not more than ten days
m the year for the purpose of granting licenses,
while the Board for the City of New York are allowed
fifty days for the same purpoe. The license granted
to storekeepers refuses permission to sell liquor to be
drank on any part of the premises. Each violation
of the terms of the license is punishable with a fine
of not less than thirty, and not more than one hun
dred dollars. Applicants for license are obliged to
produce proofs of god moral character, and that they
are able to keep all the necessary accommodations
for travelers, which consist, in the language of the
bill itself, of " three seperate beds, with good and
sufficient bedding" "good and sufficient stabling
and provender of hay in Winter and pasturage in
Summer, with grain for four horses." The absence
of any of the articles enumerated in the bill as neces
sary for the "accommodation of travelers," is punish
ed, on conviction, by a fine of ten dollars. This pro
vision docs not, of course, apply to storekeepers.
The sale of liquors to minors, without the consent of
the master or mistress, is punished by a fine of ten
dollars, and every case of intoxication by a fine of
twenty-five. Every person applying for a license is
required to have his petition signed by not less than
twenty resr-ectable freeholders. The applicant must
also produce a bond to the amount of, two hundred
and fifty dollars, executed and delivered with sufficient
sureties in the sum of five hundred dollars, to be ap
proval by the Excise Board. No dealer is allowed to
sell liquor to a man whose wife may have entered a
complaint against him of habitual drunkenness, un
der a penalty of fifty dollars. The same provision
applies in the case of a complaint against the wife y
the husband. There is also a provision prohibiting
the sale of liquor on Sundays. The law goes into
A DVA JfTA G E or PRESERVING CORRESPONDENCE. A
package of old love letters recently brought a man
r2il,iX), in Bristol, r.ngland. I lis first name mar
ried another man, and he himself also married, but
retained the love letters of his first, against an oc
casional remonstrance of his wife. Aftersomc years,
the writer of the letters died a widow, leaving her
lover $20,000, and her letters to him were essential
to prove his identity. The wife is now glad she was
not allowed to burn the evidence of her husband's
early affection for another.
Rotal IIaxovebia Co.hsclatk, 1
City of Honolulu, July 29, 1857. i
mlll is TO r: I V h. I'l HI.. I (J AUllVC inai
M. dariop my absence from these Islands, ray partner,
Theo.1. C. IKo:i, H ltily autnril 10 aci in mj
Cocvul for the Kingdom of Hanover.
iir.KM. vos uul.1,
57tf Iioyal Hanoverian Consul.
S. LOMBARD IXGOLS,
An American Citizen.
MEj7TlXIC ENGINE COMPANY, NO. 8.
THE ACTIVE MEMBERS or this
Company nre hereby notified of a gPKCIAL
DRILL, TO-MORROW, (Friday) MORXINU,
July 31, at half past 7 o'clock.
67lt J. 8. g.TrrillKS. Secretary.
FOR SALE Oil TO LET.
THE DWELLIXfi PREMISES formerly
twloniriiift to Robert O. Davis, situated between Ir.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply U
ASnER B. BATES.
Hosolclc, July 20, 1857.
51a. II- A. WiDMnrv, Or-1
F;inn, Kauai :
nfjlj; SIR t By '-tie "nkee" we received Intelligence
of the oDinino iriven in HaiNnrg, In rifrarl to the sample
of Kukul oil forwarded ll.iti.er in ier to have it submitted to
s chemical examination, .:n 1 it i oar greatest satisfaction
that we communicate to you the fol.Vnng letter :
vsr-BO, Jan. Z3, 1SS7.
Tfc nmnla of kakui Oil belongs me ary, wrau,
and approaches the most in Ii4 qnauti
the linseed -M- A
strong tang prevent its use
sweet oiiiTJIowever, burns
- fiQm, ami. aa it does noTow-s u at 8"
r . i. 1. 11 nnafirA for lighting of t)ieC
XkCitUUIUl, . W M 1 . " . . .f 1
aicau i aaij nie k- -- '
be in making paiat and varnish, for which purpose, on
of its light color, it might be better fit than 1'nseed oil. Print
ers' ink is also to ne gaineu m - --
eiperiment tried with the sample, whicn, on a larger scale, de
serves to be "1 G u CLMi ApothekCT ,,, Chimlst.
We are, dear sir, yours respectfully,
M ' KRLLL MOLL.
FOR SALE BY D. C. AVATERMAN
China matting, -7 wide, wmte
4O0 sacks flour;
20O bones Buffalo chips,
Rr J meerschaum pi e,
Kine cut chewing tobacco, " Soiace" brand-,
fl cases totjacco, "Ocean" brand;
Jeffries' ate in jugs;
50 s:cks oats;
60 tins water crackers.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED Irish butter,
Corner Nrniann and Queen streetJ.
R SALE BY tvt EST.i.
Corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets;
rriHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE given for,
Comer of Xuuanu and Qtii str-ts.
rorn.-r of 'uuano and Uucca streets
u -r m tn ii ii ir hi n
The regular Packet Bark
W. B. Prestos, Master, : : . -
Will be diajatched for Portland, Oregon, on or about the 1st
of August. '
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
H. C. LEONARD CO.,
5-tf King street.
LinTIBER ! IilTIflllEIl !
NEW LUMBER YARD The subscribers have on
hand, aud are constantly receiving direct from Oregon, at
their Yard on King street, formerly occupied by C. W. Vincent,
Esq., a full sr pply of lumber, suitable to the trade.
Ex brig "AdraBCr" and bark M Mrtroli," a
complete assortment of boards, scantling, plauk and Joist of all
Cedar fence posts and pickets.
All of which will be sold at lowest prices.
60-tf II. C. LEONARD
II. C. LEONARD & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER
700 qr sacks superior Oregon flour,
2A0 sacks Oregon oats,
250 sacks shorts,
450 sacks bran.
A constant supply of Oregon FLOUR and FEED
always on hand kIJJ&'t warehouse, King street, corner of
Mauua Kea street, -j "r" 60-tf
A j 1)1X1 11 & BISHOP
AVE JUST RECEIVED YANKEE,
from Pan Francisco,
Manila rice, sardines in hf and qr boxes,
Hums, assorted mutts la 1-tb and 2-ib cans,
Brooms, pails, tea, matches,
A large assortment of Crockery,
Hambume toilet seis, complete,
Mower poU, glass water bottles for birds,
Stonewares Flters, churns, jars, jugs, c,
Solar chimneys and wicks, ,-
Cooking Stoves, of various It.t. v-3 ie,
Assorted prints, aljru, pants, hat
Black alpacca, il U niml liWiiu 1,
Embroiderf ' 't:nrtain, cotton sheeting,
Wide linetii A?i shirting,
gnrstfi ' J i liren drill.
,J- '--CAxuf- Ravens duck.
GtSf'&Cci sliiru, denim jumpers, tc,
"Willow Jnr-, children,
Spanish clover (niralia) seed,
Carolina hoes, flail llm-s, copper rivets,
Waffle irons, fluting scissors,
Otlice chairs, with shicns,
Whatnots, c. fcu, &0. -
Honolulu, July 10, ISMi. . 55-tf
IVOTICE T0 THE LADIES.
A MOST SPLEXTOID- ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' bonnets and inacy goods is shortly expected by
the u Kamehameha IV." from Liverpool and London, among
which may be found
Rich silk bonnets, elerantly trimmed;
A great variety of Tuicaa bonnets;
A great variety of straw bonnets;
Girls' broad leaf Ltftiorn haU;
Girls' broad letf Tuscan hats;
Children's fancy hondi;
Ladies' mohair eoron;
Children's wool boots
Bliick silk lace, white blond lace;
I-idies' patent corsett, blond quilting;
Worked cambric coiln.ru;
Children's lace socks, silk and wool girdles;
And the most splendid assortment of riblioiis ever offered for
inrection in this market. '
GEO. CLARK, Hotel street.
SAMPLES OF DRY GOODS
ON VIEW AT ROBERT C. JANION'S
store, for sale to arrive per cli!er ship
From LiverpofJ, sailed on the 23d of April, and fully due
here the loth of next month (August). Among them are
A beautiful assortment of prints, of every suitable tyU',
A beautiful assortment .if clothing,
A beautiful ass-trtnienti if shirts, "
A beautiful assortment of troutterings,
A beautiful assortment of baggii.g materials,
Aud the luual asrtmeiit of staple and fancy goods.
The following will also be sold to arrive, without sample :
Groceries, liquors, '
Anchors and chains.
Aud a great variety of other articles. For particulars apply
at the store of
ROBERT C. JANIOK.
Honolulu, July 8, 157.
SAV1DGE & MAY
OFFER FOR SALE the following desirable articles,
just received in good order :
Oregon hams, Westphalia hams, sugar cured hams,
Oregon bacon, Oregon lard, Oregon butter,
California cheese, English dairy cheese,
Smoked salmon, Yarmouth bloaters, ,
Anchovies in ait, anchovies in oil,
Sardines, Baltimore oysters, freth salmon, .
Fresh lobsters, fresh clams, preserved meats, '
I'reserved soups, French green peas,
Gn-en corn, assorted herlw, French mustard,
Imrhuni musUurd, fresh grmmd pepper, -French
fruiw in syrup, apricots iu syrup, .
Peaches in syrup, prunes in syrup, pears in syrup,
Brandy cherries, bra inly peaches, fresh apples,...
Fresh peaches, English jellies, English jams,
English pie fruits, English pickles,
Worcestershire sauce, French plums in glass, v
Preserved ginger, raisins, Jordan almonds.
Citron peel, nutmegs, mace, cinnamon, dove, -Carraway
seeds, extract lemon, curry powder, t
Corn starch, tapioca, pearl sago, maccaroni.
Vermicelli, Italian paste, corn meal, fresh corn,
Inland beans, split eas, cider vinegar,
l'eper sauce, tomato catsup, cream tartar, .
CarlMMiate soda, saleratus, French olives, "
Sjiauish olives, olive oil, French capers,
Oyster crackers, butter crackers, water crackers,
Carolina rice, fine ilavored teas, '
Fresh roastol coffpe. '
King street, July 8, 1S57. 54-tf
HONOLULU RIFLES! j'
ATTEXTIOX!-Members of the Company s
hereby notified that Drill Meetings will lie held at the Ar
mory on J
Wkdmivpav, - Friday and :,
THURSDAr, SiTCBDIT J-
evenings of each wtek, until further notice.
I'er order. J. Ii. BKUW N,
L. Joxc-i, OnlfTly Sergeant.
Honolulu, July 9, 1857.
LMI) AT AUCTION.
jOC ACRES. AT MR. E. MIXER'S,
O CJF 9 Lilikoi, East Maui, will be sold positively. '
OX SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1857.
At 3 o' ck, P. M-, will be sold the lot of land belonging to
the estate of S. 1. Ford, called
EAST KUIAII1, '
JIamakua l', containing Kmlo PsilchKO, fcc, and
wed fitted for cultivation. . -
By order of the assignees. 65-tf
TJETKR DOR A"Y-.-ill hear of something to but advan-
TO WOOL AND PULU DEALERS.
IIORTLY i;XlKCTED Per Kamehanieh IV
Wool Jrack, such as are used in Australia, and
ailapted for packuig woo!, pulu, or any article that require
WIRE FENCING. i 7
For particulars apply at the office of
65-tf ROBERT C. JAJTIOX.
THE HAWAIIAN FLOUR COM PAS X
offer for sale, flour nia this year's crop, now coming in.
J. 1. B.
JUARSHALL. Agent H.
W. Field's. '
July 15. 1807.
A MONTHLY NURSE
FFERS HER SF.aVICES TO LADIES
having need of them. A l.ne addressed to M. A-, care or
Sir. J. Steward, Hotel street, will be attended to. 65-4 1
GOLD fENCIL CASE, marked "ISABELLA
M. JWILLER." The finder will be amply rewarded on re
turning the same to Ar. Albrr Burnham. 55-tf
YANK EE,"-Silk handkerchiefs,
Cottons. le pints, White shirts.
Fancy Viirr. Blue flannel shirts,
"Jrwrtt City" fenims. Gaiter shoes,
Children's shoes, 4cc, fee., tc,
For sale by
C. A. k H. r. POOR.
-SLjtrjPJV YORK NAVY BREAD
3 , For sale by
A. J. CARTWRI0HT. f
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
ORN MEAL, FRESH GROUND
American mess pork ;
ukmi waite Duiuj
In quantities to suit, at .
43-tf 9AVIDGI MAT'S.
1gg REAMS GROCERS' AVRAPPINO
60 reams plain and ruled cap paper; '
100 reams plain and ruled letter paper;
For sale by
43I5 II. M. WHITStY. w-
TORAGE FOR 400 TO 300 TONS heavy or
light goods, on the premises of the undersigned
B. r. SNOW. .
EST QUALITY FRESH CORN
Best uualitv fresh butter.
Fresh Corn Jieai aou irean va jmu
4 J-tf - J.
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE-AnpersoM having claim
against the estate of C. H. Butler, wTiI please present then?
accounts for approval, and all persons indebted to tlw estate
are requested to make immediate payment of the same to
1 C. H. LEWER3 Assignee.
Honolulu-Jafit 27. 1957. 81-tf
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
not be responsible for any debts contracted by John Pitt, on
mTanU JOHN lu '
CIGARS. No. 2 Manila cigars, ILivaD
For sale by
I shape. tor saw
wfTKTTr n rrT i . - tvi.
J. O. SPALDING
GIVES NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC that he la
expecting the following assortment of merchandise per
and "HARRIET fc JESSIE.
From Boston, to arrive in season for tbo wants of the fall
trade, and is prepared to make
Sales " to arrive," on Liberal Terms.
Bbls Haxall flour,
u Prime pork,
" l'ilut bread.
Casks navy bread,
Cases assorted crackers,
Bbls and kegs old Bourbon
Cases rettned lard,
Ilf boxes loaf sugar,
Uf bbls crushed sugar,
Bbls butter, in kegs,
Boxes English dairy cheese,
Boxes English dairy cheese,
Hf bbls dried apples.
Bags table salt.
Cases hf-lb lumps tobacco,
Coils Manila whale line- u
Cases Scarlet flannel st
" blue flannel shirts, '
M deuim frocks and over
Bales Congress ticks,
u 1 rown cottons,
Cases blue drills,
u green corn,
u green peas,
a assorted meats,
" reserved gooseburries,
" apple pulp,
Bbls cider vinegar.
Cases butler crackers,
" t:,-la crsckers.
Charcoal irons, hook-t 'Ad t imb
Sister books, cotton s 4 t vin, tti. jk,
Long hand letl tar bruslr .
Toxail sheet shackies,."v V !.
Linen fish Unes, brans -. . ?;-itw:ti,
Heavy gate hinges, tun? fci".
Riding saddles, seamen's ttu: Inngans,
Kegs inn sheathing nails, '
Rolls sheet lead, kegs boat nails.
Coils worm line, beea' wax.
Coils houseline and marline,
American ensigns, whak-rs' cuttlng-fallii.
Coils ratline, nests Hinrham buckets,
Kegs cut nails, Wilder's iron safes,
Bbls pitch, bbls tar.
10, 13, 16, 17, IS, feet oars,
Cans Im pout's powder.
Kegs cannon powder.
Hunt's handled axes,
No. 3 Roger William stoves.
No. 4 Roger William stoves,
No. 4 cam booses,
fancy regatta shirts,
White drilling pants,
White Marseilles vests,
White drill frocks,
Bale blue flannel,
Botes corn starch,'
Kegs split peas,
Cavjs Stilton cheese,
Cases blue cotton?,
u blue prints,
" pink prints,
" orance printu,
" Suffolk bleached drills,
Qr pipes brandy, U. V. P.
8th pipes Castillon brandy.
Casks Duff Uordon sherry,
Kegs Monongahela whisky,
Puncheons Jamaica Rum,
Bbls Santa Cruz Rum,
Bbls old Bourbon whisky,
Cases champagne cider,
Cases Boker's bitters, '
Cases wormwood bitters.
JUST RECEIVED, PER EXPRESS, via
Panama, from Mew York, the following invoice of fancy
Ladies' muslin bands,
' Embroidered handkerchiefs,
" Muslin insertions,
" Fancy French kid slippc'"',
" W hite Siitin slippers,
Gentlemen's kid gloves, white and colored,
Ladies' white and colored kid gloves,
Ladies' UiVfs huts.
For sale by
J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu, July 9, 1357. 64-lt
WOES ATS1 SPIRITS.
JUST RECEIVED, PER YANKEE,' from
San Francisco, the following assortment, rix :
Octaves old Martell brandy,
Knaves Otard, Uupuy J: Cj'a braudy,
Quarter ca!"ks Ilannony slierry,
Caites claret, " tt. Julien .Med x-,"
Cases tfauterne, "J no. Ilurand,"
f'ases Wolfe's Schiedam schnapps,
Cases ginger wine.
Cases Cal'a Port wine,
-J Cases Angelica wine,
For sale low, bv
J. C. SPALLTNG.
Honolulu, July 8, 1S57. 61-tf
FOR SALE BY B. W. FIELD, merchandise
just receivol ler Hamburg Brig Hero," from
Tahiti, consisting in part of the following named articles :
Bolts cotton canvas, Rolls tanned sheathing paper.
Bales navy oakum, Composition n:u. , assorted sizes.
Iron chests, ComKsition Rings,
Superior Iron Suitm,
Bars composition rod, for bolts, Kedge anchors,
C S files, assorted patterns and sizes,
Coses Spirit Turpentine. Copnl Varnub,
Cnwe Lump Chimneyi,
Barrels cement, &c, ic, lie. 54-tf
O. C. WATERMAA
OFFERS FOR SALE
jerm oil, whale oil.
Whalers' slop clothing,
Oil cafks and shocks, hMp iron,
Manila cn:ars, No. 2,
Manila cheroots, No.
Family cooking store
Octaves " Dennis Maurice'' Cognac braudy,
Sauterne wine, in cases,
Port, Madeira and Larosc,
Claret, in boxes,
CKiua matting, 6-4 wide, while. 53-tf
TOBACCO! CIGARS! AND SNUFFS!
J STEWARD resiK-ctfully informs his friend.i, and t!e
. public generally, that he lias now on hand an extensive
assortment of the above articles, all of the choicest braniU.
He will always have on sale as complete a stock a is proc.irab'e
in the market. He offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasou.iblu terras t
J. Pirate t Co.'s DiiitoND P.,
. JloNi r Tew,
iTl ll-l. LkAT,
Lt.r Jit Rip,
.UANII.A ClC.Anj, NO. 2, TWI3T ED8,
Uavaina Cigars, is taxct doxbs
F'ANCT PlPKS, &C, &C.
A general asusrtinrnt of Grocrrir
XT' Hotel Street, near tlie French Hotel. 53-tf
3NT 2Z3 S7U
THE rIKRSICEI would respectfully announce
to the inhabitants of liouolulu anl the public generally.
that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. Benson,
over the Printing Office of the Commercial Advertiser, where be
la now prepared to take
!, PICTURES OX GLASS AXD PAPER,
Known as the Patent Ambrotypes ami Photographs.
Having recently arrived from the United States, with good
instruments and a new and extensive assortment of stock, he
feels confident that he can give entire satisfaction to those who
favor him with their patronage.
X. B. Pictures put up in a VAKlbl x ve t l bbs, to suit
XT ROOMS OPEN from 9, A. SI. to 12, SI., and from 1
COXSTAXTLl ON HANI1 AXD FOKSAIiB
assorted, at the lowest market rates, a full assortment of
Eastern and Oregon Lumber, suitable for build tug purpose ,
Eastern white pine, 11 to 2 inch plauk,
" " boards.
""V-On-pon 44 44 44
boards, timber, joist, scantling, ana pianic ot an sizes
Eastern and California shingles,
Yellow pine and Oregon flooring,
Boards tongued and grooved ready for use.
A good assortment of Boston made doors, sashes, blinds, door
and winnow irames.
Shorty expected ier 44 CEYLOli" a superior assortment of white
pine boards, clapboards and 100 M. A. 1., Amostick white
cedar shingles. C. II. LEWLilS,
fttf. Fort Street
GROCERIES, CASES CANDIES.
White beans. Table salt in 6-ib bag,
' j 44 Pride of California" tobacco,
Pepper sauce, and sumlry other articles.
or sale iy
C. A. U H. F. POOR,
4. IV t VTIM1
BAKER A man understanding the business may
a ...i . h. amtlvlnv Mt tlif. mtor nf
r I V .A ima ufiueruiuuiiiK u , , ,i, c-3 .1,
find permanent employment by applying at the store of
54f M0SSMAN ft SON.
XTAVY BILLS Ai WHALER'S BILLS taken at
i. the lowest rates by -
Jnly 1, 1-tf ROBERT C.JANION.
FRESH CHINA RICE !
Juzr: Heceived and for sale by
fUi X H. D1MOND.
T PINA DRESSES.
B. W. FIELD.
L'f.M?'? THREAD in cases,
i; "-.-;'je by
A. J. CARTWRIGnT
V JAMAICA RUM,
WW CAr S Rived per 44 Yankee," for sale by -
B. W. FIELD.
MACnrtREL A few half barrels superior mackerel,
toe fUvdy use, for sale low by -
. 3Mf . C. A. ft II. F. POOR. ;
E7t""jNAVY BREAD Ex Fvanccs Palmer.
., jw ' rm jjj
.-n ijBJwrXoETTE R AND CAP PA-
II. M. WHITNEY.
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, at
at the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
, DRY GOODS, '
Chrome orange prints,
Brown cotton drawers.
Corah Handkerchiefs, 1
White and grey merino shirts,
44 44 44 drawers.
Check linen shirts, .
Calico 44 '
White L B shirU.
Ked and Mue flannel shirts, .
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin,
Women's white cotton hose,
Men's striped hose.
Guayaquil hats, ,
Hickory shirts, .
India ruDber coats,
Navy caps, with oil Bilk covers.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's heavy boots.
Boy's calf boots,
Calf Congress boots.
JSn'md leather Congress boots,
Assorted pickles, half gale,
, Oerkins, half gals and qts,
Superior Black Tea,
No. 1 soap, blacking, Fine cut tobacco, In tin foil.
NAVAL 1ST ORES.
Bars fiat iron,
U dicers' scales,
Iron bedsteads, '
Solar side lamps.
Hnnsia cordage, assorted sises,
Manila cordage, assorted sizes.
Cut nails, lanterns.
1 French bedstead,
India Rubber IIe, hf inch and 1 inch.
Bran Hose Pipea, Lead Pipe.
Honolulu, April 28, 1857. 44
JUST RECEIVED p-ER UADUGA FROM
BOSTON, AND FOR SAL, the following goods :
White cottons, brown cotton drills ;
Blue drills, blue cottons;
Brown cotton, sup'r denims;
BI'd flannel, men's kip brogans;
Women's shoes, men's hats:
Pure white lead, black paint;
Chrome green, chrome yellow;
Prussian blue, celestial blue;
Boiled linseed oil in cans 4 gall, each;
Spirits of turpentine;
Bbls. Haxall flour;
Water, soda and butter crackers;
Ground black and Cayenne peppr;
Ground cloves and cassia, fine table salt;
Castile and saltwater soap, hams;
Cases of oysters, roast beef, boiled beef;
Beef soup, lobster and green peas, in 1 and 2 lb. cans;
Tomato ketchup, assorted pie fruits;
Brandy peaches, corn starch;
Bottles of ground ginger, English mustard;
Pried apples In half bbls, English cheese;
Saleratus, nests of trunks, 4 each; ...
Painted tubs, nests painted cov'd buckets and boxes;
Assorted solar and glass lamps; -Solar
chimneys and lampwick, shoe blacking;
Writing ink, sheet lead, cut nails, ass'd;
Copper and iron t icks, ass'd, ship scrapers; 1 ;
Coffee mills, patent charoal irons;
Tin pans aud plates. " . t :t
A complete assortment of stationery, &c, ke., ka '
3S-U II. HACKFELD ft CO.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS, 7
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchants and families with hard and soft soap ; also,
neat s foot oil.
Jy And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
PIANOS! PIANOS I PIANOS
OF THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
TURES of Chickering & Co.; Raven, Bacon ft Co., and
Nouns ft Clark.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned instruments ot
the above makers, through Vim. G. Badger, Esq., San Fran
cisco, sole agent for the Pacific coast. The prices in S.tn Fran
cisco are precisely the same as at the manufactories in Boston
and New York.
Plans, styles and prices can be seen at our office. Orders
4H-t C. A. ft II. F. POOR.
U G A R .
a !t r
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER 2n.
I7X YANKEE. FROM SAX FRANCISCO
ZA Bales heavy Denims;
Bales Hickory Striies.
For sale by
45-tf C. A. ft H. F. POOR.
JUST RECEIVED, EX YANKEE
Cases cheese; '
Cases fresh oysters, in tins;
Cases braudy niacin-;
For sale by
45-tf C. A, ft II. F. POOR.
WORKS ON THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
BATES' TRAVELS IN THE SANDWICH
1SL..A N OS, finely illustrated.
Binjrham's History of do. do.
Cheevcr's Island World of the Pacific.
44 Travels in the Sandwich Islands.
Jarves' Scenes and Scenery in do. do.
For sale by HENRY M. WHITNEY,
1S-40 Post-Officc Building.
FLOUR ! FLOURJ
JUST RECEIVED, EX "YANKEE," A
small lot of Linn City (Oregon) Mills Flour, warranted a
superior article, e(iial b the best imported.
For sale, in quantities to suit, by
54-tf C. A. ft IL F. POOR.
A FINE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
ex 44 Yankee," such as
Fine Panama hats. Medium Panama hats.
White Cassiinere hats, Brown and Pearl hats,
For sale by
54-tf C. A. ft H. F. POOR.
ICKORY SHIRTS Linen check shirts.
Regatta shirts. Denim jumiers,
Dcmm pants and overalls,
Cotton socks, &c, ftc, &c.
C. A. & n. F. POOR.
rflllE SUBSCRIBER has on hand a fine assortment
of the following styles of Dictionaries :
Webster's Quarto Dictionary, in various styles of binding.
44 Octavo 44
44 High School
For sale by ( Jil-40)
II. M. WHITNEY.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE UN
DEKS1GNEI) are requested to call aud settle their ac
counts before the 31st of July, otherwise they will be left for
collection with my attorney ; and alt parties having claims
against me are requested to present them for settlement imme
Waimea, Hawaii, June 27, 1857.
NOTICE. Tlie business of cooper, hitherto carried on by
Sir. C. II- Butler, will be continued at the same st-, I and
orders will be thankfully received aud promptly exueatt d, by
Mr. jtorton, on the premises, or C. Jt. Lewers, as Asjiotn, who
has authority to conduct tne business.
Honolulu, Jan. 1,, 18d7. 91
THE UNDERSIGNED having rented the old Royal
School premises, near the Palace, is prepared to receive
pupils for instruction in the common branches of English educa
tion ; also in the higher branches if desired. Terms: $1 per
week, or $12 per quarter.
63-tf SAM L EL DERBY.
JTOTICE. The undersigned having ra-oened his old
stand, opposite the Seamen's Chapel, in the rear of Meosrs.
Castle ft Cooke's store. King street, begs to be favored with the
patronatre of bis eld friends and the public in general.
He offers for sale, at moderate prices, French and German
cloths, silks and satins, of various colors, kinds and qualities.
A Is 3, a variety of Tailors trimmings ana tools Tcilorjig In all
its uious brauches, in the latest fashion and at the shortest
32-tf C H. NICHOLSON.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
3Land MASONIC REGALIA, constantly on hand, such as
Royal Arch, M. Sl.'s, P. G.'s,
Encampment, &c, ftc , ftc
Military goods of all kinds can be furnished to order.
Apply to C. A. ft H. F. POOR,
52-tf Or GEO. WILLIAMS.
SALMON I SALMON t
A FEW MORE HALF BBLS. OF THOSE
suiKTior Chinook Salmon, selected and put up expressly
for family use, for sale by
sj-ti i;. a. ii. r. ruuK.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE
mands of any kind whatever against the Estate of the
late Hon. W. L. Lee, are hereby requested to (resent the same
without delay, to the undersigned s and any person having books
or other property belonging to snid estate, will deliver the same
to the undersigned.
til AS. K. uisiiur-, executor.
Honolulu, June 17, 1S57. 51-57
THE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, ami war
ranted, under the supervision of James Makee, Esq., for sale by
3i-tJ . I' lit IT XjI. All.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
iXE SET OF RUSSIAN CHARTS of the North
C. A. & n. F. POOR.
SMALL SIZES MANILA ROPE,
T7OR SALE Bi
B. W. FIELD.
AK. ASH AND HICKORY PLANK, FOR
ale by , ; (3-tf) H. HACKFELD ft CO.
r IQU4RS, English Grotric, English Soap, for sale hr
j Juyl.l-tf ROBERT C. J.'.MOIf.
BY JOHN F. COLBURN. .
THURSDAY. JULY 30, AT lO O'CLOCK,
At sales rooms, will be sold a general assortment of merchan
dise, consisting of
Bishop lawns, Bengal Stripes,
Children's stockings. Women's white stockings, .. .
Manila straw hats, - Colored spool cotton,
White linen thread, . . - '
; " White and blue blankets,
Superior cloth frock coats, . J
Alpacca coats, Iantaloons, Shirta, fte.
' ALSO '
Groceries, Hardware, 4cc,
And a great variety of Sundries. " '
FOR THE FAT.T. SEASON.
B. W. FIEIiD
WOULD MAKE KNOWN TO THE Mer.
chants, 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 full and complete
assortment of MERCHANDISE adapted to the require
ments of the trade at these Islands.
SALES 44 TO ARRIVE" WILL BE MADE.
The assortment consists in part of the following named artl
Pieces Boston denims,
Black and gray prints,
Sagamore spool ',
M'hite sewing cotton,
Blue sewing cotton,
Linen thread wh ft blk.
Silk parasols assd pat'nt
Richmond 30-in prints,
Globe blue drills.
Globe cotton flannels,
Asstd Rob Roy,
Fine blue sheeting,
Merrimac true blues, as
Merrimac pink prints,
Cases all pink prints,
Fancy prints, asstd
Bates Keswick Ginghams,
Bales old Cavendish cottons
Trusses Mackinaw blankets.
Trusses Eagle blankets.
Bales gray twilled flannel,
Red twilled flannel.
Bay State felting,
Shetucket striped check,
Shetucket asstd stripes,
Cases prints, plain shade assd
Oil carpeting, asstd,
Wh ex ex palm leaf bats,
Very superior Maracaibo
Leghorn P-d F B hats,
Canton bound hats.
Black wool bats.
Boots and Shoes.
Men's thick double soled boots,
44 Goat peggel brogans,
44 Kip brogans, lined and bound,
44 Fine calf Oxford ties,
44 Gloved legged Oxford ties, patent foxed,
44 Drab cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed,
44 Black cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed,
4- Enameled sewed Dowuings, eyed,
44 Black sewed lasting Dowuings,
44 Enameled patent pumps,
44 Brogans, assorted styles,
44 Congress boots, assorted,
44 Extra fine calf boots,
44 Kip bouts,
Ladies' fancy buskins,
44 Morocco lioots, plain, .
Morocco boots, colored,
44 Kid Congress buskins,
44 Patent tipped buskins,
44 Bronxe biutkins,
44 Yard laces, tipped,
44 Gaiters, assorted styles,
44 Bootees, assorted styles,
4 Slippers, assorted styles, .
' 44 Congress boots.
Children's shoes, assorted patterns.
Extra Soperdne Suffolk County Mills Floor ,
Barrels Haxall flour,
Barrels best Carolina head rice,
Kees Carolina head rice.
Boxes best refined leaf sugar,
Hf barrels best crushed sugar,
Hf barrels best granulated sugar,
Ulii's superior butter,
Uf barrels dried apples.
Cases English Dairy Cheese,
Cases pineapple cheese,
Cases refined lard.
Cases prunes in glass jars,
Baskets superior olive oil,
Cans dried currants.
i Boxes ground pepper.
' Boxes ground ginger.
Boxes ground cassia,
Boxes groundes, cloT
Boxes ground Pimento,
Boxes ground Cayenne,
Boxes ground mustard,
Cases Pembroke salt,
Boxes Jay's tob:icco,
Cases American tobacco,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, birdseye,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, Victoria Rcgina,
Cases fine kiln-dried meal,
Boxes Castile soap,
Boxes cod (ish.
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Kegs white beans.
Baskets Ivvoy champagne, ata.
Boxes suit water soap,
Barrels Turk's Island salt.
Cases milk biscuit.
Cases ginger snap,
Cases water crackers,
'Cast-s butter crackers.
Cases soda crackers.
Pipes suiierior figa.
Boxes summer savory,
Boxes sweet majoraSB.
A full naMorrmrnt.
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 IVaval Stores.
Boxes glass, assorted sizes,
Kegs Fairmnunt pure white lead.
Improved cooking stoves complete,
American cook stoves,
Casks uails, assorted sizes,
Baku navy oakum.
Bundles sheet iron,
C S planters' hoes.
Eagle planters' hoes.
Pocket knives. Best German tisrpa.
Patent pad locks, Calking irons,
Marlinespikes, Cut tacks, assorted,
Sister hooks, assorted. Copier tacks, assorted,
Hunt's C S hatchets, Brit tle Mons,
Brit tea spoons, French forge spoons,
Cooks' basting spoons. Tea kettles,
Sets table knives and forks,
Sets dessert knives and forks.
Buck carvers, C S. files,
Taper saws, Cabinet saws,
Sets carpenters' tools, Whipes, asstd patterns.
Coffee mills. Ship scrapers.
Patent sad irons, Tin Plates,
Iron plates, Card matches.
Sauce pa us. Tin pots,
Iron kettles, C ? shovels, C 3 spades.
Lamp wicks, Solar lamp' shades. Lamp chimneys, Not. 12,
Complete assortment of solar lamps,
Ships' lanterns, guarded, Manila bed cords,
Manila clothes lines - Cotton cloti.es tinea,
Manila sacking, - Ohio axea,
Best Ohio ash oars, assorted sizes,
Best proved chain cables, assorted sizes,
Best Af anila rope, assorted sizes,
Best Manila whale line.
Best Af anila lance warp.
Two yarn spunyarn.
Three yarn spunyarn.
Marline, Housliue, Wormlinc,
Casks medium bread, 1
Casks nary bread,
Shr bbls pilot bread,
Bbls superior hams,
B bis mess beef,
Bbls prime pork,
Bbls clear pork,
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been licensed by
the Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Tenders to the public his services in the line of bil pro
fession, and hopes, from his loug practical experience and the
undivided attention that he will pny to all bu&iness committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage.
Office over Dr. Q. P. Judd's Drug Store, corner of jtfercLant
and Fort streets. . ,
Honolulu, May 23, 1S57. , 48-ly
A A. F. and-A.HI.
XJaTHAWAIIAN LODGE, 81, F. fc A. M.
r (under the jurisdiction of tlw M. W. Grand Lodge of Cal
ifornia,) holds its rvgular meetings on tlie first Monday of every
month, in tlie third story of Makee Anthon's brick bmtdme",
corner of Kaahumann and Queen streets, entrance from Queen
street. Visiting brothers respectfully invited, i .
By order of W. M. -10-tf
A. F0RN A NDEK, Secretary.
MALL LEDGERS, JOURNALS, LOG
Books and Records, just received fiwm-Baa Franctam
7-14. ;,:!, ,;Vi'i , H. M. WHITNEY.
.AK SHAFTS. FOR CARRIAGES. A small
lot, for sale by
-tFjtSkrt c. jajtio iir-
- WWCTKS juigusn cap, sir s" , k t
BY A. P. EVERETT;
General Sale !
ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. AT lO A. Mo
At sales rooms, will be sold a large assortment of rocrclitndtst,
"" Groceries, '
" Liquors, Ac,
And the usual variety of sundries.
CAPT. ROBERT BROWN'S
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCE
AND GUN HARPOONS.
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AND
experimenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his apparatus, combined with the advantage of being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective- '
nexs cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials.
Sa Faanciaco, January 10, 184.
Crr. R. Browk Sir . I take this opportunity to inform
you that we used those Bomb Lances we bought of you, and
found them to be o. necefit In capturing whales amongst
the ice. "
The first whal? W.a. ..-.iiil the Bomb Lance on was killed
in the following manner Tlie boat went alongside of the whale
and the boat-steerer tired a Bomb into him asd then fastened to .
him with a gig 'run i the Bomb was beard to explode, and the
whale did not bi-w after the Bomb exploded. The above-mentioned
whole was in the ice, and It U our optidon that we should
not have got that whale and many others thht we did get, if it .
hid not been for your Bomb Lances, and wo fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ships. '
Thomas Wall. Master bark Gtorg.
Hoholclf, March IT, 185. -,.
Caft. Robert Brows Aft dear Sir i I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
250 bbls. of oil. We never could have taken him without said
Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to nee the com
mon hand lance.
G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
IloaoLrLc, March 16, 18M.
Capt. Robert Browx Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the shin
Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by your ,
Guns and apparatus.
Isaac Allen. Master ship Htrald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned.
Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons f -r
sale. . .
14-tf R. C0ADY" & CO., Honolulu.
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE NEW CROP, from the East Maui
Plantation, for sale by
(36-tf) H. HACKFELD Co.
MASTS OF ALL SIZES.
OR SALE BY
II. HACK! ELD A CO.
CARGO ON THE WAY FOR THE
FALL SEASON" !
DEALERS, STOREKEEPERS AND THE
public generally are respectfully lafonaed that the splen
did new clipper ship
John Garry, master, 600 tons register, 800 tons burden, A 1
at Lloyd's tor fourteen years, was to sail
For this port, direct, betwwn the Kith and COJi "f this
month, (April) with one of the largest, mot valuable and com
plete assortments ever brought to this market in one vessel
She will, be due here early in August.
SAMPLES of Dry Good are expected in about six weeks, do
notice of which will be given.
April 23. 1857. 43
LUMBER! LUMBER !I ; '
JUST ARRIVED per Raduga, from Boston,
30 pairs of double sash doors, 8 feet A inches and 7 feet
6 inches, with blinds and frames complete.
40 M feet assorted Pine Boards, 11 to Id feet long, planed on
one side a superior lot.
Per L. P. Fouler, from the Tekalt Mills, Puget Sound,
75 M feet tongued and grooved north-west flooring, 1 1 inch, planed
on one side.
20 M feet north-west planed hoards, ,' !
60 M 44 assorted rough lumber, scantling boards and picki-ts.
For sale at the new Lumber Yard iu Fort Street, nearly oppo
site the French Hotel.
38 C. II. LEWERS.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Cow
position Kails, Brogans, women's Goat Buskins, da Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jenny Linds, do Morocco and Calf Buskins,
do Bronze Sontags, Fairbauks' Platform Scales of all sices, Gro
cers' do. Counter do, Epsom Salts, ixng Fluted Phials, Pin
Goods, Manila Cordage.
27-tf B. W. FIELD.
mHE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
JL receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the bed qualities
find N. 1"
White lead, ground in the best boiled English nil, and is au
thorised to contract at 1 lower prices than the present market
J. C. 8PALDIX0.
Honolulu. June 9, 1857.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany
Sideboards, very superior, 1 smaller on, do. do.. Chest of
Drawers Mahogany,' Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do., Heavy Rom--wood
Extension do., Parlor Chairs of vnrious patterns, Mirrors
different sizes. Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horizon
tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers. . Also a splendid assort
nicnt of new pattern Housepaper with border.
July 1, 1-tf VON HOLT It HFUCK.
JA. HORN I BLOW, BUTCHER, would re
sjiectfully inform the citisens of Honolulu that he bt
leased the premises formerly known as the -4 Family MarkH,"
on King street, and will open the same on the 1st of April,
where can lc Had everything ertaining to the butchering
business. The patronage of the public is resict:tfully Solicited.
N. B. Orders delivered to any part of the city frw of extra
MAPS OF OREGON. A few very fine maps ef
Oregon and Washington Territories, with the moot re
cent surveys, which should be hi every business man's counting
room. Price $3, for sale by
32-tf " H. M. WHITNEY.
T TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL HA
. WAIIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, for the year
I860. Vol. II. No. 3. Price 50 cents. Just published, and fur
39-tf II. M. WHITNEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, having beeu apt ointed
Assignees of the estate of F. Bcrtelniann, request all his
creditors who have not yet signed the articles of assignment, to
do so in their 'office, and to hand in their accounts for approval.
All persons indebted to said rHtate will pltase to settle, their
account at their earliest convenience.
KRL LI. & MOLL. .
Honolulu, May 24, 1857. 46-58
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS araintt
the late firm of MEDA1LLK BOUCHER, partner In the
Restaurant business, in Honolulu, are requested to sod in the
same to the uudersigned, without delay.
47-2in J. W. MARSH. Assignee
200 LJS. FRESH CANARY AND
HEMP SEED For sale in 1 aud 2-tb packac, by
H. M. WIIITXKY-
nonolulu.June 10, 1S67. 50-tf
VICTORIA REG IN A.
4 FRAMED PORTRAIT OF QUEEN
VICTORIA for sale. Price $12
60 3 - II. M. wIUTXET.
TiRAWIXG PAPER Of various sises and qualities.
M W for sale by
n. m. wnrrxEv.
coffee: coffee:: coffee:::
I W. FIELD. Agent for the sale of Coffee from Tit
's, comb's Plattatios would inform tlie traders that he is
constantly receiving CofTee of the very best quality, from
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalet, which he offers for Sale. 211
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's
dugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brasswarn
Chests of Tools, Door Scrapers 4:c fcc., for sale by
Jyl 1-tf KUBJSKTU JAMUI.
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
OR SALE BY
1. W. FIELD.
OR SALE BV
PSOM SALTS, PHIALS For sale by
47 - J- W. riLW
R SALE Bat
47 B. W. FIELD.
JJU ST RECEIVED
A ND FOR SALE, a W eoplr of Jarves' Scenes and
3k Scenery iu the Sandwich Islands." '
60-4 , H. M. M HITXEY.
nRY GOODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, for sale by
Honolulu, July 1, 1850-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
BV W. FIELD.
SUPERIOR SVRUP-Ii kegs and barr-to.
kl - For sale hy
A. P. EVERETT
SPERM CANDLES, FCR SALE FT "
3-tf HJU' VV"A k CO.
KJT A Rt,"imX-T-.'i.LW
, WARE. EARTHEN WARE
ROBERT C. JAX" ION, i
Jar oh- a superior
for sate by - B. V. FiKi.
July 1, nsa-f
iinrirnnnnK iiivii.u ropk rm tstio.
ii. " Boiled Oil, for sale by Jy 1 tf R0JJKR.TC. J AS IWX
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