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nrircT If abo Beech cm. On Sunday roorn-
Kv. 1 . w . .1-1 .1 i m n it
"t JJ? Richer, ia Brooklyn ; and without any diet.
rt to M'im Heron, I tuimk that the preacher ia
jIedly greater attraction than the actress.
Jvrtsinly, Mr- Beeeher lias a reward for all the oblo-aywi'-h
which indivvluaLi and classses seek to aeso
Ste his Dme m thc attentive &nd sympeJtetic faces
of such row u no oter preacher in America has
the p"TiIeS of aJJressing. Slips, aisles, even the
jjwstaire, were fall, and right worthy were the
Jjburses with which he rewarded the attentive ears
frfhia great congregation- If there are greater preach
ers than he in America, I hate never heard them
fija speech is in the demonstration of power. It is
wonderful. Such utter felicity of illustration, I have
never heard ; and Via parkhoncrs tell me that his
illustrations are always fresh, and never repeated.
It would seems that he sees nothing and reads of
nothing which he does not appropriate. His pray
ers are, if anything, more remarkable than his
sermons. One! recall, and shall evermore remem
ber. His mood at the moment of commencement
seems to determine his theme, and on this he enlarges
until it swells into the symentrj and significance of a
eacred poem, like those which burned upon the lips
of David and Isaiah. At the evening service, he rose,
looking sad and weary, and after giving out his
hymn, and sitting with his face covered while it was
song, he uttered the prayer to which I have alluded.
He confessed the sweetness of life, the blessedness of
family and social ties, and the glory and grace of
christian action, and yet " to depart and be with
Christ would be far better." We lcag for rest rest
for the body rest foe the soul- And then he took
up, one after another, the different positions of life,
with their peculiar toils, trials and temptations, and
' told how they all sought the issue of rest. The reci
tal of these tri!s shvneu iarge acquaintance with
human life and the human heart, and gave life and
,, language to the burden of every spirit The whole
prayer, from its beginning to its close, was the off
spring alike of thorough piety, true human sympathy,
an illuminated imagination, and a power of express
ion that was utArveJou. It seemed a touching offer
ing, raised ia the strong arms of trust and faith and
resignation to The Throne.
I jpijeaiimlpil to bis power of illustration. This
"beTtmoiU often in a manner to draw a smile upon
the faces of his hearers ; bat his earnestness and prac
Cicableness soon obliterate it ; and as the great truth
which be forges, amll the refunding strokes of bis
hammer and the fb-ih of incandescent cinders, is
finished, and driven home, all the quaintness of man
ner that atttnded the process is forgotten. I recall
cne or tiro illtutnu'tcn which made the greatest im
pression. I hve all my life heard how Gcd abhors
sin how repulsive and horrible it is to him, but I
never fully comprehended how the infinite mind could
be affected in tliU way until Mr. Beeeher illustrated
it. Said he, you are an honorable, whole-souled,
man. One portion of your nature has been preserved
in its integrity, or measurably so. Now, when you
we a man do a mean, dirty, contemptible thing, does
it not offend you ? Do you not abhor it ? Does it
not disgust you ? Do you not loathe it and the
actor ? Now God is filled out, all around, with per
fect attributes, and there is not a sin committed that
does not touch a corresponding or rather opposite
excellence in bis constitution, and he abhors all sin
as you do that one.
Ag:iin, he was speaking of the self-loathing which
sjt manfreU when he fgj
noli nest. Vi ben hucu a
pprehends, said he.
the purity, holiness, goodn
and power of the
Great Supreme, and in that I
sees hit own selfish-
nexw. impurity, weakness and
orthlessness, he ex
t I am- From the
claims OU wretched man
crown of my head to the soles
my feet there is no
soundness in me, bat all
is wonn'ls, bruises and
But his neighbor says, tut, tut
zsf hear that man talk ! You would think from
whit he says that he is a great sinner, but the fact is
he u one of the cleverest fellows in the world one of
. I V - : i. mnu. n nn'ffli inaifiM DlAn
an England, said Mr. Beeeher, there is an immen&"
cutl pit, five hundred feet deep. Down in the bottom
of it, there is a little community, living in the light
of their dim lamps. By the light they look at one
another, and imagine that they are white men.
Raise them two or three hundred feet, among the
faint, struggling rays of daylight, and they begin to
mistrust, as they look in each other's faces, that
there may be a little smut upon them. With this
impression, let them be raised up until the broad
full light of Heaven bursts upon and envelops them,
and let them look into one anothers faces, and they
will see that they are black, and foul, and disgusting-It
is thus that he makes facts of all classes, in the
material world, tributary to the illustration of the
great truths, which he preaches. I heard a man
honestly state recently that he believed that within
five years Henry Ward Beeeher would be an avowed
inSJeL All I have to say is that of my prophet will
sit under Mr. Beecher's preaching, he will be in
little danger of becoming one himself, and possibly
imbibe a degree of liberality Thich will make him
ashamed of his prophecy. Mr. Beeeher is doing a
great and good work, and all good men should be
grateful that his unrivaled powers are devoted to the
advancement of Christianity. Springfield Repub
lican. IJfto -girj&rrtiscmntts.
CHIL.DREX'S BOOTS A'D SHOES
for sale bjr
59tf Corner Nooaoa and Queen gtreet.
iTAXA CIGARS For sale by .,.,rcTrt
Corner Naoanu and Queen treets.
XVTAX MATCHES IX TIX BOXES
w w cor kue "J
Coroer Xanana and Qoeen trcet.
rpRAXSPABEXT WAX CAVDLES
I KMC vj
Corner Queen and Xanana streets.
ER'S For ale by
Corner Queen and Xanana streets. '
CEST CELLAR IX TOWN.
t. t ..- dx- Till.' MfiTH fir TEAR
that Unrre, hi eh, airr and perfectly dry, cellar under
. th- ,ro rj ih Bixleniraed t room for all ISO ton e-
. 1 mmUIiim b-r r- Knouir? mt
OS IIOLT a liELCtL.
So hmh..T, firewood. c, TU LET by ihe mooth
This yard is securely fojtxd to, well haded, and ad-
St0rJf TOX HOLT 4 HEUCK.
t wt-Ts unwirrs!!
SMALL. CHOICE LOT OgJHCll BOX
S LT- trimmed, hut received by u Harriet Jesie,
acd tx ale br
E. 0. HALL.
ATTEXTIOX ! The numbers are hereby
imti'ied that a uperfal drill win take place at the
Enine linos-, Anerwt lJth, at o'clock, P.M.
A punctual attendance is requested.
L. W. BEATTY, gecretary.
JCVT RECEIVED, EX HARRIET AXD
Loaf tajrar (a half boxes.
Granulated suar in half barrels,
Cnwhed surar in ban barrels, '
Pried apple ia half bMa,
foe sale by
iJ-tf SAVIDOE k. MAT.
C10DFKII. MACKEREL, SrCAR-Cl'BED
For sale by
fetf SAVLDGE k. MAT.
BOSTOX CRACKERS, MILK BISCUITS,
For rUe by
&tf 8AVIDGE it MAT.
I)ER SHIP HARRIET AXO JESSIE
Cues fresh oysters, 1-B cans,
Prea. cod ftsti, 2-t& cans,
Fmh lobsters, eaos,
Baskeu champagne, extra quality.
For sale by
.jfertoln, Aogost 12, 1857. W-tf '
UTAI A AIIEE,
Ants for the Pmpakoa and Pueo Sugar Plantations, at Tlito
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in China
woos, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina, Afsni,
Sow, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a Urge and
1.ri, assortment U fceneral merchandise.
.Jgynhi, Angnst 12, 1o7. 59-ly
PER OP THE COURT OP PRO
, ., "A.T3.1 bTcbJr P1" notice that, at 11 o'clock, on Wed
Tfr'"f Jth ay of Septrmber next msuinff, I shall dUposa
auction, on the pronisesto the highest bidder, ia parcels
121 14 Uad' tuated at Kahoa, in tbe
J"1" uearoebeins; the real estate of the late John
L PA VIE,
UOo, Hawafl, July 30, 1867.
BOTAL HAXOVKBIAa CosacLATK, I
City ef Honolulu, July 29,1851. J ,
rVJrLliT9PIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that
W,!L': frOT thr lln.la, my partner, Mr.
Coui s,aT7- rtalr othorlsed to act in mybehalf aa
HKKJL to HOLT,
Royal Hanoverian Consul.
- ; . i "ii u r. ocnenai.
reS?U" f"1111 mechMic of this city, has
ZT..,' cocKea ly one motion only;
and yet is less li.hi k :j.h .. . J .'
,i - , iHiuiueuiaiiy uiscnargeu
than the common rifle. Its parts are few and strong;
. " fw1 - m, ,ta. construction, and can be taken
7' v p;y wiinarawing a bolt. It is a combi
nation of the Minin ritf. T ..: m
its ball bas ata expanding rim, like Miuie's patent;
"u Suu, me powuer 19 ignited tu the
front and center of the cartruie, thereby burning all
one This-, with the gas-light joint, causes the ball
to receive the whole force of the powder which pro
pels it, therefore, with greater strength and -velocity
than the same mitntitu 4 .,,,....:.: 1 :
other rifles would..
It is loaded fcv
quarter turn to the right, which moves the barrel
forward, out of the thimble-joint, and causes it to
fall, by its own weight, into the position necessary
for the insertion of the charge. The same movement
cocks it. The cartridge used contains powder, ball
and cap. The cap used is the common percussion
uiicn u insenea m tne oaii, witn its opening
towarcft the powder. The balls are cast with the
cap-holder in them. When the charge is thus placed
m m cuamuer, me guara is moved Dack to place,
and the weapon is ready to be fired. The gun can be
set at half-cock. &n1 win in
carried in the most drenching rain, or thrown into
wier, sou yei witnout aamping tne powder.
In firing the rifle, when the trigger is pulled the
main-spring is set free which impels forward a pin
horizontally, through the powdery until it strikes the
cap, which it is made to fit exactly. This action,
before the powder is ignited, forces the ball into the
center of the barrel thus making it as accurate in
S a ' - tm .
iui aim as any muzzte-ioaamg rine, ana ooviating
the great difficulty with all breach loaders hitherto
in use a difficulty which, in Sharpe's weapon, is
insuperable to its long continued xpularity, and
certainly to its efficacy as a deadly weapon.
As any percussion cap can be used, the nuisance of
primers which it is often o difficult to buy where
weapons are used is not only entirely obviated, but
life cannot be endangered nor game lost, by the
primers giving out before the other ammunition is
exhausted. Boston Journal.
ALT) RICH it BISHOP have Just received, ex
Harriet and Jessie," from Boston,
Mohair lustres. Miperior Uae twillvd flannel,
Vi Uite and blue Cut ton, asst'l buttons and buckles,
Lales lamp wicking, saddle, couijilete,
Assorted brugan. and lxoti,
1'iirs kid stippcrs and Congress gaiters,
bote and rigging leather, a large a&suruaeut of him,
Spices, preserved meats, fruits, &C-,
Victoria Begina tobacco, boes b5 tubacco.
Fine cut tobacco in tin foil, Carolina rice, .
Lard, cheese, saleratus, pepper, pimento, cassia,
. fago, mustard, tapioca, macaroni, aluioods,
Bruotna, mackerel, bed curds, dollies lines, kc
Cut nails, spikes, charcoal Irons,
Tinned and enameled sauce pans, Bath brick,
OU stones, scythe stones, ivory pjoibs, fish lines,
Cod lines, baud lines, Utiles, trays, wood saws,
T stlsV jTrniT'i wing lamps, tea bells, shot, griudjtiuiies,
. , 1 " C, SIC-
Iaap shades, cliimneys and wicks, assorted crockery,
One rich gilt tea set.
Large assortment uf room paper bordering, Ac-, Ac.
IIooululu, August Vi, 1357. bi-tt
FOR. SALE BV E. O. HALL,
Bristol brick, cane seat rocking chairs,
Curled hair, feather pillows, hair mattresses,
' Black trunks, sole leather, kip skins,
Bridle and skirting leather, grind stones,
Sali-ratus, raisins, pearl starch, counter scales,
jUre dotes leather preservative,
atcrprouf percussion cape,
Wood, panel, crosscut, pit and rip saws,
Sleigh bells, bake kettles, sauce pans, furnaces,
tianien and tailor's shears,
Kim. dour, closet, sterlings store-door, sliding-door, chest
and padlocks ; carjteuter's planes,
Iron and wupd bench-screws, hand-screws, sewing birds.
Tailor's tape measures, rubber, putT combs,
S.&F. ivory combs, steel uens, Aikin's brad-awls,
Scrub, floor, horse, shoe and tooth brushes.
Plated and Britannia cm tot s. britt tea and coffee pots,
Whips and whip-lashes, twine, gold leaf, flat fitches,
Dog collar, powder, shot pouches, powder flasks.
Firmer and socket chisels and gauges, augur bitts,
Loose and last Joint butts, U.M. cookstovea,
&.B. guarded lanterns, mason's and baker's riddles,
Zinc, sheet lead, lead pipe, pumps, solar lamps, globes.
Chimneys and wicks, lamp wick, ivory carvers and Ueeia
Agate and lace buttons, pins, hair pins, Stubb's files, ,
Caraway seed, ground verdigris, sine paint.
Hunt's handled axes, axe hatchets, skirt whale-booes.
Ribbons, velvet ribbon, cut and wrought nails,
Glazed sash, window springs, Carolina rice.
Tins fresh bwckwbeat, Suffolk flour in tins,
Haxall floor in barrels, i bbls mess pork.
Hams, lard in tin, crushed sugar, I bbi-S
Zinc and wood wash boards, nets tubs, corn brooms.
Pstles and mortars, covered buckets,
Egle plows, W.C. So. 2, do do No. 20,
H-iy cutters, grain cradles, sickles,
lixtra heavy and light hand carts, wheelbarrows,
Ox bows, painted pails, covered painted pails.
Looking glarses, small Manila cordage, table salt.
Misses leghorn and pedal flats, ladies' brown bloomers,
Ladies' riding bats,
Infants', Jockeys' and men's brown, black and pearl hats,
Boys' bats, assorted, black lace veils,
Gents' L.C. handkerchiefs, crash, Scotch toweling,
Huckaback, all wool de laines, white mosquito lace.
Sewing silk, saddlers' do, black do, girdles,
White and black wjrsteads, foundation muslin.
Bonnet board, black silk lace, bobinet, brilliantea,
Carlton collars, white and black silk elastic,
Emery balls, green berage, boot-web, brown drills,
Ticks, brown cottons, silk and cotton umbrellas.
Blue cottons, men's and boy's calf fancy top boots,
Children's fancy gaiters, boots, ankle ties,
Kurekas, Gipsies' and patent fox'd boots.
Misses fox'd J.L. buskins, women's rubber over shoes,
Rubber buskins, ladies' congress gaiters,
Ladies kid slippers, men's calf bmgans, goat do,
Ladies' lasting patent fox'd gaiters,
Boys' calf and goat brogans, men's kip brogans,
Boy's call and morocco gaiters, sc., &c
For sale cheap.
THE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, anil war
ranted, under the supervision of James Makee, Esq-, for sale by
jj7 CHA-d. BlttWEK 2d.
THE IIAAVAIIAX FLOUR COMPAXY
otfiT for sale, flour from thi year's crop, now coming lu.
J. F. B. .VAUtllALL, Agent 11. F. Co.,
Over B. W. Field's.
July IS, 1307.
A MONTHLY NURSE
OFFERS IIF.R SERVICES TO LADIES
having need oi Uiem. A line addressed to SI. A-, care of
Mr. J. steward, Hotel sueet, will be attended to. bo-4t
-..t T nrvni r-ji marvel "ISABELLA
M. Jf ILLEhV' Tiiffrwiil be amply rewarled on re-
V'fiX HARRIET AXI JESSIE.
SUPERIOR FAMILY CARRIAGE
lor sale oy
gy.tf O. V.
A SSIGXEE'S XOTICrV-AU persons having claims
j againrt Uie estate of C. II. Butler, will please present their
accounts Vtt approval, and al; persons indebted to tbe estate
are requested to make immediate Jf
Honolulu. Jan. 27. 1S57. 'MAt
FAIRBANKS' SCALES.. .
mTO. 2 PLATFORM, WEIGHING 3000 lb.
1T No. 7 Platform, weighing 2XH) Urn,
No. 10 pUtAjnn, weighing 1200 11,
No. 10 Platform, weiphuig 900 lbs,
No. 11 Platfcirm, weighing 600 lbs.
No. 11 Pnofoflu. weighing 400 lbs.
No. 12 Platfbru:reiguiiig 2 lbs,
Grocer.' ScaW Csitr Scnlew,
For sale by
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE T II AT I WILL
not be responsible far any debc-iiiracted by John Pitt, oo
myant. 'jQH!l Iu
MANILA CIGARS. No. 2 ManiiTt-X, U""
.hape. For tale by .
C. A. A H. F. POOR.
MACKEREL A few half barrels superior mackerel,
for family ase, for sale low by
FINE NAVY BREAD Ex France Pabaer.
U4i Vr,ate A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
ORN MEAL, FRESH GROUND-
J American mess pora,
Good white beans;
In quantities to suit, at
SATIDGX k MAT'S.
sfar- REAMS GROCERS' WRAPPING
69 reams plain and ruled cap paper;
100 reams plain and ruled letter paper;
Forsaleby M HITWZT.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO 600 TONS heavy or
SlS"tg, on the premise, of the -i-,ed
ra rs3 V sfsTl'D 'V.
BEST ttUlMTi r ai
Bo.t quality frih butter.
. , i ... c.rm-n Bread daily.
XT rresn wm j. TOX.
JAND BOXES AND SAND-FORALB BY
. jy x-n
piEMENT AND BRICK. ronMfT
turning 1 1-
TOBACCO! CIGARS! AND SNUFFS!
J STEWARD respectfuUy informs bis friends, and the
public cenerally. that be has now on hand aa exMosUre
assortment of the above articles, all of the choices brands.
Ue will always have on sale as complete a stock a is procurable
ia the market. He offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasonable terms :
. Jtvrnvo Catrs,
J. Patrick At Co. 'a Dumoid P-,
. . Lccioca Loxumr,
Lax Uaa Kir,
AfAXILA CtGABS, No. 3, TWIST BKM,
Hatama Cigau, n raaor aoxsa
Fahct Pifbs, c-, Ac.
A ceaeral aawartaaeat mt Graccrlea.
07 Hotel street, near the French Hotel. 63-tf
HosoLtxc, July 30, 1857.
Ma. II. A. WiocxAinr, Orore Farm, Kauai :
DEAR SIR y-iBy tbe " Yankee" we reoiived hitelligeDce
of the opin- ua in Hamburg, in regard to tbe sample
of Kukul oil for ' ksaer in order to have ft submitted to
a chemical exas , and it is to our greatest Batisfactioa
that we coaiaw t you the following letter
Hamburg, Jan. 23, 1857.
Tbe sample ol oil belongs to the dry, greasy oils,
sin approaches V4 wflet in its qualities the linseed oil. A
strong tang prmM its use as sweet oil. However, it burns
with a fine, bright flame, and, as it does not freeae even at 8
Reaumur, it is well qualified for lighting of the streets. With
alcali it only gives soft soap. Its principal application would
be in making paint and varnish, for which purpose, on account
of its light color, it might be better fit than linseed oil. Print
era ink is also to be gained out of it. This ia the result of the
experiment tried with the sample, which, on a larger scale, de
serves to be repeated. - - j
(Signed) O. L. ULKXy.eker and Chimist.
. We are, dearCyours respectfully.
M "m- KKULL U MOLL.
Lrr-riX, BY D. C. WATERMAN-rjfc--"China
matting. 6-7 wide, white;
400 sacks floor;
200 boxes Buffalo chips,
Real meerschaum pipes.
Fine cat chewing tobacco, Solace" brand;
0 cases tobacco, "Ocean" brand;
Jeffries' ale in, jugs;
50 sucks oats;
SO tins water crackers. 66-tf
Y THE UNDERSIGNED Irish butbr,
60-1 Corner Nuuanu and tueen stre?U.
A FEW BARRELS very superior Whale Oil for tale
"to-3t R. COADY k CO.
SPERM AND WHALE OIL forsaleby
W-tf P. FOLGER.
IIAWAIIAIV IIEEF !
ONE THOUSAND BARRELS HAWAIIAN
BEEF, Louxada and Spencer's brand, will be packed
in rock-salt, for the (all season. Guarantee given as No. 1 by
the sole agent, A. P EVERETT.
(CT Also, on hand, smU packages for family ase. dS-tf
ROOMS TO LET in Maanakea str-et. Also,
.:;! Furnished Rooms in King street. Enquire of
a-tf Sailors' Home.
THE UNDERSIGNED being about to leave thU
kingdom, has appointed Mr. Theodore W. Galick his
gemral business agent, under full power of Attorney.
S-o9 O. H. GCLICK.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect
fully inform tne citiaens of Honolulu that he ha
leased the anove-named premises, where he wii
endeavor to give satisfaction to all who ma;
fovnr him with their custom.
L. HEMPKEN, Batcher.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPER;
THE UNDERSIGNED is Agent to receive subscrij .
tions throughout this kingdom fbr any of the followin
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually on th
arrival of each mail from the United States, when paid for I: '
advance. The following prices cover the Hawaiian, Americai
and British postages :
Per rf num.
Harper's Monthly Magazine the ae plug ultra
of Magazines) - - $500
Putnam's Monthly Magazine, ... 6 00
Godey's Lady's - .... soo
Graham's Illustrated u - - - 00
Leslie's Magazine of Fashion, - - - - 6 00
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, ... 600
Knickerbocker " - - - 510
Eclectic . '. if - 7 00
LUtel's Living Age, (weekly) - - - 7 00
Blackwood's Magazine, (English) ... 5 00
Blackwood and tbe 4 English Quarterlies, - 16 00
Either of the 4 English " - 4 00
United States Hhutrated Magazine, - ... - 4 00
JNorth American Review, (quarterly) - 5 00
De Bow's Review, (monthly) - - - - 6 00
Dickens' Household Words, .... 6 00
Uutching's California Magazine, ' - -l - 5 00
London Illustrated News, (weekly) - V - $14 00
M Evening Mail (tri-weekly of the London
Times) - - - -- - 26 00
" Punch, (weekly) ..... 8 00
" Despatch, . - - - - 14 00
Bell's Life in London, . . . - - . - 14 00
London Weekly Times, - - . - . 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, ... 10 00
French Courier des Ktata Cnis, - - 7 60
New York Herald, (weekly) - - - $5 00
" Tribune, " - 400
TimeS, - ... - 4 K)
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly) - 6 00
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, - - - - - - 6 00
San Francisco Herald, ... - - - 600
" Bulletin, ..... 6 00
" Alta California, - - - - 6 00
M Town Talk, -a - t -r - 6 00
Bmtnn Journal, (weekly) - - ' - 4 00
Willis' Home Journal, - - - - 4 00
New York Ind'.-pen-ieiit, (weekly) . . i i - 4 00
Philadelphia Evening Post, " ... 4 oo
Haner's Weekly Journal, - - - - 4 00
Life Illustrated, ( weekly family journal) .- - 4 00
The Country Geutleman, do - 4 00
New Bedford JMercury, ... ... - 400
" " r hip List, .... - 3 00
Cultivator Maxaziue, (monthly, oo fanning) - 2 00
The alx'vc list comprises Uie cream of British and America t
periodical literature, aud will be supplied to subscribers here i j
the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking sever j
periodicals will be allowed a lilicral discount. All the abot
are regularly received by each nil from the United States, an .
can be supplied on application. The undersigned will aboord' '
by mail any papers not in the above list for those who may desb i
them. (58-tf) H. M. WHITNEY.
FRENCH CALF SKINS. .
17TOR SALE BY
, . L. TELESIO,
Corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE given forg
by - L. TELF.3I0,
66-4 Corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets
EX " YANKEE," Silk handkerchiefs,
Cottunade pants, "W hite shirts,
. Fancy shirts, Blue flannel shirts,
" JeweU City" denims. Gaiter shoe, v
Cuikiren's shoes, c Ac Ac, J
For sale by c
M-tf C. A. H. F. POOR
VfiW TORK NAVY BREAD
J," For sale by
A. J. CARTWRIOnT.
BROGANS AND BUSKINS. "
p 41 B. W. FIELD.
ATTENTION! Members of the Company are
hereby notified that Drill Meetings will be held at tne Ar
tVKDJKiD.tr, Friday ana
evenings of each week, antil farther notice.
. - - vt vOTBaimins;. .-
. L. J ohrs, Orderly 8ergeant.
nooolulu. July 9. 1SS7.
IiAIVD AT AUCTION.
OOQ ACRES. AT MR. E. MIXER'S,
OOO LUikoi, East Maui, will be sold positively.
CN SATURDAY, SEPT. ft 185T.
At S o'clock, P. M., win be sold the lot of land belonging
the estate of S. P. Ford, called ' . , ...
EAST KUIAKl, ;J
HamaLoa ioa, containing Ksxl PaKekM 4c and
well fltted fbr cultivatiia.
By order of the assignees.
PETER DOR AN will hear of something- to his advas k
tnge if be will call at the office of the L". 8. Cowol mi
TO WOOL AND PULU DEALERS.
OHOB.TLT EXPECTED Per Kamehameba IT
n vmI Packs, such as are used ia An .trails- and
adapted fjr lacking wool, polo, or any article that requires
For particulars apply at the office of
ROBERT C. JANION,
BILL PAPER, LCTTmAJrn T1
PER V (13-r IL M. WUtTNBV.
SAVIDGE & ITIAY
FFER FOR SALE tbe following desirable articles.
Jost received In good order :
. Oregon hama, We8tjbaHa hams, tegar cured hams, '
Oregon bacon, Oregon lard, Oreau batter,
California cheese, English dairy cheese,
Smoked salmon, Yarmouth bloaters, .
Anchovies in salt, anchovies in oil,
Sardines, Baltimore oysters, fresh salmon, ,
Fresh lobsters, fresh clams, preserved meats,
Preserved soaps, French gssen peas.
Green corn, assorted herbs, French mustard,
Durham mustard, fresh ground pepper,
French fruits in syrup, apricots in syrup.
Peaches in syrup, prunes In syrup, pears in syrup.
Brandy cherries, brandy peaches, fresh apples,
. Fresh peaches, English Jellies, English Jams,
English pin fruits, English pickles,
Worcestershire sauce, French plums in glass, '
Preserved ginger, raiding, Jordan almonds.
Citron peel, nutmegs, mace, cinnamon, doves,
Carraway seeds, extract lemon, carry powder.
Corn starch, tapioca, pearl sago, maccaroni,
Vermicelli, Italian paste, corn meal? fresh corn,
Island beans, split peas, cider vinegar,
Pepper sauce, tomato catsup, cream tartar,
Carbonate soda, saleratus, French olives,
Spanish olives, olive oil, French capers.
Oyster crackers, butter crackers, water crackers,
Carolina rioe, fine flavored teas,
Fresh roasted cofle.
King street, July 8, 1857. M-tf
LUMBER ! IilTlTIIlER !
NEW LUMBER YARD The subscribers have on
hand, and are constantly receiving direct from Oregon, at
their Yard on King street, formerly occupied by C. W. Vincent,
Esq., a full supply of lumber, suitable to the trade.
Ex brig " AdvsiMce" and bark " Metropolis," a
complete assortment of boards, scantling, plank and Joist of all
Cedar fence posts and pickets.
All of which will be sold at lowest prices.
66-tf 11. C. LEONARD k Co.
II. . LEONARD Sc CO. -
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OFFER
700 qr sacks superior Oregon flour,
250 sacks Oregon oats,
250 sacks shorts,
450 sacks bran.
A constant supply of Oregon FLOUR and FEED
always on hand at their warehouse, King street, corner of
Juauna Kea street. oo-u
ALDRICH fc BISHOP
AVE JUST RECEIVED EX YANKEE
from San Francisco,
Manila rice, sardines in hf and qr boxes,
Hams, assorted meats in 1-It and 2-B cans,
Brooms, pails, tea, matches,
A large assoruneut of Crockery,
Handsome toilet sets, complete,
Flower pots, glass water bottles for birds,
Stoneware Filters, churns, jars, jugs, &c,
Solar chimneys and wicks,
Cook i us StoTra, of various patterns and sizes,
Assorted prints, shirts, pants, hats,
Black aipacra, velvet carpet, linen carpet,
Krabroidered window curttmis, cotton nheeting,
Wide linen, bleached shirting,
Superior military linen drill,
Shirting stripes. Ravens duck,
Gray wool shirts, denim jumpers, Ac,
Willow Cabm for ciiildreu,
SMinish clover (alfalfa) seed,
, Carolina hoed, lish hues, copper rivets,
Waffle irons, fluting sciss-irs,
Ohice chairs, with cushions.,
Whatnou, Ac, &c, &lc.
Honolulu, July 10, 1355. 55-tf
IVOT1CE TO THE LADIES.
A MOST SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' bonnets and fancy goods is shortly expected by
tbe u Kamehameha IV." from Liverpool and Loudon, among
which may be fouud
Rich silk bonnets, elegantly trimmed;
A great variety of Tuscan bonnet;
A great variety of straw bonM
Girls' broad leaf Leghorn hats
Girls' broad leaf Tuscan hatt;
Children's fancy hood;
Ladies' mohair coroneti;
Children's wool boots;
Black silk lace, white blond lace;
Ladies' patent corsets, blond quilting;
Worked cambric collars;
Cliildren's lace socks, silk and wool girdles;
Ami Uie most splendid assortment pf ribbons ever offered for
Inspection in this market.
66-tf GEO. CLARK, Hotel street.
SAJTIPIjES of dry goods
N VIEW AT ROBERT C. JANIONS
store, for sale to arrive per clipper ship
From Liverpool, sailed on the 23d of April, and fully due
here the 15th of next mouth (August). Among them are
A beautiful assortment of prints, of every suitable style,
A beautiful afortinent of clothing,
A beautiful axsortment of shirts,
A beautiful ansortment of trouserings,
A beautiful assortment of bagging materials.
And the usual assortment of staple and fancy goods.
Tbe following will also be sold to arrive, without sample :
Anchors and chains.
And a great variety of other articles. For particulars apply
at the store of
ROBERT C. JANION.
Honolulu, July 8, 1S57.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
NE SET OF RUSSIAN CHARTS of the North
63-tf C. A. k II. F. POOR.
SMALL SIZES MANILA ROPE,
OR SALE BY
47 B. W. FIELD.
AK, ASH AND HICKORY PLANK. FOR
sale by (3-tf) U. HACKFELD k CO.
3NT 3E5 "7V
W. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE
THE CARGO NOW LANDING
FROM THE AMERICAN SHIP
HARRIET & JESSIE," FROM BOSTON.
The assortment consists in part of tbe following named arti
Piece Boston denim,
Black and pray prints,
White sewintj cotton,
Blue sewini; cotton,
Linen thread wh k blk.
8ilk parasols assd pat'ns
Kichinond SO-in prints,
Ulobe blue drills,
Ololie cUon flannels,
Asstd Rob Roy,
Fine blue sheeting,
Merrimac true blues, as-
Cases all pink print.
Fancy prints, asstd
les Keswick Ginfrhams,
es old CavendUh cottons
Trusses Mackinaw blankets.
Trusses Rude Wankew,
Bules pray twillcil Bannel,
R-d twilled flannel,
P.ay State feltinp,
Linen carpet inp,
f hetucket striped checks,
Shetucket astd stripes,
Cases prints, plain shades assd
Oil carpeting, asstd,
'A'hfx ex palm leaf hats,
Very superior Maracaibo
Lephorn Bd F B haU,
Canton bound hnts,
Black wool haU.
Merrimac pink prints,
RootN and Shoes.
Wen's thick double roled boots,
O hU pezpel :m gur.s,
" Kip bropan. line- l aud bound,
" Fine caU Oxfonl ll :s,
" Gloved K'PC-"d Oxford ties, patrnt foxed,
Drab clc;!i Oxford tis, patent foxed,
" Black cloUl Oxfod t'.es, patent foxed,
Knunie'.ed sewei. Oownlngs, eyed,
" ls 3tc seweC w iUhb Downing,
, c vj :' d patent pumps,
u Brof u4 , assorted styles,
" Conprefi lKKiji, assorted,
" Extra flne calf booti.
" Kip boots,
Ladies' t'-nry bckins,
ji'irooco bc.t, colored, ,
" Lid Conprcss buskins,
" 1 te J tippe0 bosklus,
" Vran-o iut
" aid lac.s. i ped.
Q iiters. -'
i :jteV. -V'.ppr"
. led s'yles,
:. -ted rftyfcs,
y.- us. rted patterns.
Nn. Cwstaty Mills riesir,
its i ins
Barrels Haxall fir nr.
Barrels best U;in Ha head rice,
Kegs Carol! i "iad rice.
Boxes bt reflned loaf supar,
Uf barrels best crushed sugar,
Hf barrels best granulated sugar,
Midi) superior butter,
Hf barrels dried apples.
Cases English Oairy Cheese,
Cases pineapple cheese,
Cases refined lard.
Cases prunes in gtiiW jars,
Easkets superior olive oil.
Cans dried currants.
Boxes ground pepper,
i Boxes ground ginger.
Boxes ground cassia,
t Boxes gronndes, clotf
Boxes ground Fimentn,
Boxes ground Cayenne,
Boxes mound mustard,
Casts Pembroke salt,
'vA Cases maccaroni,
Boxes jay's tobacco.
Cases American tobacco,
Cases Cavendish tobacco, birdseye.
Cases Ca vend Lib tooaoco, ictona Kegina,
neaolnlu, August 11, 1857.
J. C. SPALDING-
GIVES NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC that be is
ezpectingthe following assortment of merchandise ner
aasl HARRIET At JESSIE,
From Boston, to arrive in season for the want, at the fall
trade, and js prepared to make
Sales " to arrive," on Liberal Terms.
Bbls Haxall flour, Bales Congress ticks,
Prime pork, frown cottons,
" Pilot bread. Cases blue drills.
Casks navy Iwead, Boston denims.
Cases assorted crackers, " oysters, .
Bbls and kegs old Bourbon " green corn,
whisky, a (rreen peas,
Cases refined lard. " clams,
Hf boxes loaf sugar, lobsters,
Hf bbls crashed sugar, assorted meats,
Bbte butter, in kegs, " smoked herrings,
Boxes English dairy cheese, raspberry jam.
In this, u preserved strawberries
Boxes English dairy cheese, preserved gooseberries,
not tinned, peaches,
Hf bbls dried apples, apple pulp,
Bags table salt, Verdale olives,
Cases hf-lb lumps tobacco, Bbls cider vinegar.
Coils Manila whale line. Cases butter crackers,
Cases scarlet flannel shirts, " wine crackers,
44 blue flannel shirts, " oyster crackers,
u denim frocks and over- " soda crackers, .
alls,. u sugar crackers,
Charcoal irons, hooks and thimbles, ,
Sister hooks, cotton sail twine, leg lines.
Long handled tar brushes.
Topsail sheet shackles, hemp cod lines,
Linen fish lines, brass dish candlesticks,
Heavy gate hinges, bags shot.
Riding saddles, seamen's stout brogans,
Kegs iron sheathing nails,
Rolls sheet lead, kegs boat nails.
Coils worm line, bees' wax,
Coils houseline and marline,
American ensigns, whalers' cutting-falls,
Coils ratline, nests Hingham buckets, '
i Kegs cut nails, wader's iron safes,
Bbls pitch, bbls tar,
10, 12, 16, 17, IS, 22 feet oars.
Cans Lmpont's powder. Boxes saleratus.
Kegs cannon powder. Casks currants.
Hunt's handled axes, Cases blue cottons.
No. 3 Roger William stoves, " blue prints,
No. 4 Roger William stoves, " pink prints,
No. 4 cambooses, u orange prints,
White shins, Suffolk bleached drills,
Fancy regatta shirts, Qr pipes brandy, U. V. P.
White drilling pants, 8th pipes Castilion brandy.
White Marseilles vests, Casks Dnff Gordon sherry.
White drill frocks, Kegs Monongahela whisky,
Hickory shirts, Puncheons Jamaica Rum,
Bale blue flannel, Bbls Santa Cruz Rum,
Tierces hams, Bbls old Bourbon whisky,
Tierces rice, Baskets champagne,
Casks figs, Caea champagne cider,
Boxes corn starch, . Cases Boker's bitters,
Kegs split peas, Cases wormwood bitters.
Cases Stilton cliees, 54-tf
JUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS,' via
Panama, from New York, the following invoice of fancy
.Ladies' muslin bands.
" Kmbroidered handkerchiefs,
" Muslin insertions.
" Fancy French kid slippers,
" White satin slippers.
Gentlemen's kid gloves, white and colored,
Ladies' white and colored kid gloves,
' Ladies' divss hats.
For sale by
J. C. SPALDIXQ.
Honolulu, July 9, 1S67. 64-It
WEVES AIVD SPIRITS.
UST RECEIVED, PER YANKEE, from
Ban rrancisco, tne following assortment, viz :
Octaves old Martell brandy.
Octaves Otard, Dupuy k Co's brandy,
Quarter casks Harmony sherry.
Cases claret, u St. Julien Medoc,"
Cases Sauterne, u Jno. Ihirand,"
Cases Wolfe's ScHedam schnapps,
Cases ginger wiih.
Cases Cal'a Port wine.
Cases Angelica wine,
Barrels alci' hol.
. For sale low, by
J. C. SI'ALIDNOc
Honolulu, July V, 1S57.
CIOR SALE BY B. W. FIELD, merchandise
ML just receivetl per Hamburg Brig " Here," from
laniti, consisuug in port or the following named articles :
Bolts cotton canva, Rolls tanned sheathing paper.
Bales navy oakum. Composition nails, assorted sizes.
Iron chests, Composition Rings,
Superior Iron Safes
Bars composition rod, for bolts, Kedge anchor
v s nies, assorteu patterns and sizes,
Casts Spirits Turpentine, Copal Vstrsilata,
Cases Lamp Chimney,
Barrels cement, Ac, Ac, ke. M-tf
D. C. WATEIXUIAIV
OFFERS FOR SALE
Sperm oil, whale oil.
Whalers' slop clothing.
Oil casks and shooks, hoop iron.
Manila cigars. No. 2,
Manila cheroots, No. 2.
Family cooking stove
Octaves " Dennis Maurice' Cognac brandy,
Sauteme wine, in cases.
Port, Madeira and Larose,
Claret, in boxes,
China matting, 6-4 wide, white. 63-tf
Cases flne kiln-dried meal,
.Boxes Castile soap,
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Kegs white beans,
Baskets Ivvoy champagr.t, qts,
Boxes suit water soap.
Barrels Turk's Island salt.
Cases milk biscuit.
Cases ginger snaps,
Casus water crackcra,
Canes butter crackers.
Cases soda crackers,
Pijes superior flps.
Boxes summer savor,
Boxes sweet msjoram
A fall assortment.
Venetian Blinds, assorted colors.
Hf bbl staves and heads.
Nests Hinpluim buckets,
Nests Hingham boxes,
Rattan market baskets,
W illow market baskets,
Painted cedar pails,
Extra brooms plaiu,
-hoop pa it,
Cloth M baskiis.
Rattan brush baskets,
Complete dinner sets.
Complete tea and coffee sets,
Complete toilette sets.
Demijohns, lu to 3 gals,
Assorted wine glasses,
White stone mugs,
Hardware and IVaval Stores.
Boxes glass, assorted sizes.
Kegs Fairmount pure white lead,
Improved cooking stores complete,
American cook stoves.
Casks calls, assorted sizes,
Bales navy oakum.
Bundles sheet iron.
C S planters Tioefl,
Eagle planters' hoes,
Patent pad locks,
Sister hooks, assorted.
Best German harpf.
Cut ticks, assorted,
Copper tacks, assorted,
Brit table spoons,
French forge spoons,
Hunt's C 8 hatchets.
Brit tea spoons.
Cooks' basting spoons, Tea kettles.
Bets table knives and forks,
Sets dessert knives and forks.
Buck carvers, C B.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 pans. Tin pots,
Iron kettles, C S shovels, C 8 spades.
Lamp wicks, Solar lamp shades, Lamp chimneys, Nos. 1 it 2,
CompU te assortment of solar lamps.
Ships' lanterns, ruarued, Manila bed cords,
Manila clothes lines Cotton clothes Hoes,
Manila sacking, Ohio axes,
Beat Ohio ash oars, assorted sixes.
Best proved chain cables, assorted sites,
Beat .Manila rope, assorted sixes.
Best Manila whale line.
Beat .Manila lance warp,
Two yarn spunyarn.
Three yarn spunyarn.
Marline, Hoosune, wormiine.
Casks medium bread.
S Ms mess beef,
Bbls prime pork,
' Bbls dear pork,
Casks navT bread.
Shr- bbis pilot bread,
Bbls superior hams,
BY JOHN F. COLDURNl
THIS DAY" !
THURSDAY, AUG. 13lh, AT lO O'CLOCKi
At sales rooms, will be sold a general assortment of merchan
dise, consisting of .
And a great variety of Sundries.
ALSO ' ,
AT 12 O'CLOCK,
AT THE HUDSON BAY COMPANY'S,
Will be sold.
Lumber, cranberries, sugar keg shook s. Ice
B. F. SNOW
OFFERS FOR. SALE in lots to suit purchasers, at
at the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Chrome orange prints, Corah Handkerchiefs, -
green H White and grey merino shirts.
Fancy Prints drawers.
Brown cotton drawers. Check linen shirts,'
White - Calico
Red flannel "W hite L B shirts.
Cassimere pants. Red and blue flannel shirts,
Women's while cotton hose. Gray blankets.
.Men's striped hose, White blankets.
Embroidered under-eleeves. Black and brown felt hats.
Guayaquil hats, Colored Coburgs,
Hickory shirts. Colored India satin.
Bilk velvet, India rubber costs,
navy caps, with oil silk covers.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's heavy boots. Calf Congress boots.
Goat buskins, En'md leather Congress boots,
Boy's ealf boots, Kid slippers.
Heavy brogans. Black gaiters,
Lemon syrup. Assorted ickles, half gals.
Tocato catsup, Gerkins, half gals and qts,
tresh peaches U round pepper,
Superior Black Test
No. 1 soap, blacking. Fine cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Chain cables, ' Russia cord ape, asorted site.
Army (luck, iUanila cord ape, assorted sixes.
Cotton duck, Cut nails, lanterns.
Boiler Iron, Verdieris.
Bars flat iron. Curry comb.,
Grocers scales, Table spoons.
Hunt's axes. Axe hatchet).
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead,
Solar side lamps. Office clocks.
Leather trunks. Wool carpetinp.
India Rubber II use, h finch and 1 Inch,
Brass Horn- Pipes, Lead Pipe.
AwC Ac,, ILc.
Honolulu, April 23, 1S5. 41
JUST RECEIVED PER RADUGA FROM
BOSTON, AND FOR SALE the following goods :
v ntte cottons, Drown cotton drills ;
Blue drills, blue cottons;
Brown cotton, sup'r denims;
Bl'd flannel, men's kip bropans;
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 g:dl. each;
Spirits of turpentine;
Bbls. Haxall flour;
Water, soda and butter crackers;
Ground black and Cay enne pepper;
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;
Bottle of ground ginger, English mustard;
Dried apples in half bbls, English cheese;
Saleratus, nests of trunks, 4 esch;
Painted tubs, nests painted cov'd buckets and boxes;
Assorted solar and glass lamps;
Solar chimneys and lampwick, shoe blacking;
Writing iuk, sheet lead, cut nails, asa'd ;
Topper and iron tacks, ass'd, ship scrapers;
Coffee mills, patent charcoal irons;
Tin pans and plates.
A complete assortment of stationery,"Ac, Ac, Ac.
88-U 11. HACKFELD A CO.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
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,
neats foot oil. .
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. &&-ly
PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS!
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC-
TI KES of Chickenng k Co.; Raven, Bacon k Co-, and
Nunns k Clark. Si
The undersigned can furnish miperior toned instruments ot
the above makers, through Win. O. Badper. Esq-. San Fran
cisco, sole agent for Uie Pacific coast. The prices in Ban Fran
cisco are precisely tbe same as at the manufactories in Boston
ami New York.
Plans, styles and prices can be . seen at our office. Orders
46-t C. A. H. F. POOR.
For sale by CHAS. BREWER 2d.
TX YANKEE, FROM SAN FRANCISCO
M-A Bales heavy Denims;
Bales Hickory Stripes.
For sale by
45-tf C. A. k n. F. POOR.
JUST RECEIVED, EX YANKEE
Cases cheese; '
Cases fresh oysters, in tins;
Cases brandy peaches;
For sale by
45-tf C. A. k H. F. POOR.
WORKS ON THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
BATES' TRAVELS IN THE SANDWICH
ISLANDS, finely illustrated,
Binpliam's History of do. do.
Cheever's Island World of the Pacific.
" Travels In the Sandwich Islands.
Jarves' Scenes and Scenery in do. do.
For sale by HENRY M. WHITNEY,
lS-M) Fost-Oflice Building.
JUST RECEIVED. EX 'TANK EE, A
small lot of Linn City (Orepon) .Mills Flour, warranted a
superior article, equal to the best imported.
For sale, in quantities to suit, by
M-tf C. A. k 11. F. POOR.
A FINE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
ex " Yankee," such as
Fine Panama hats, Medium Tanama hats,
White Cassimere hats, Brown and Pearl hats,
For sale by
o-tf C. A. k II. F. POOR.
HICKORY SHIRTS Linen check shirts,
Regatta shirts, Denim jumpers,
Deuim puita and overalls,
Cotton socks, Ac, Ac, A.
M-tf C. A. k H. F. POOR.
npiIE SUBSCRIBER has on hand a fine assortment
JL of the following styles of Dictionaries i
Webster's Quarto Dictionary, in various styles of binding.
High School do.
" Primary do.
For sale by (29-40) II. M. WHITNEY.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE UN
! A DERSIGNED are requested to call and settle their ac-
counts before the 81st of July, otherwise thry will be left for
collection with my attorney ; and all parties having claims
' against me are requested to present them for settlement imme
diately. HENRY PURDY.
VI limes, Hawaii, June 27, 1857.
NOTICE. The business of cooper, hitherto carried on by
Mr. C. H. Butler, will be continued at the same stand, and
orders will be thankfully received and promptly executed, by
. Mr. Norton, on tbe premises, or C. H. Lewers, ss Assignee, who
has authority to conduct the business.
r Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1887. 81
THE UNDERSIGNED having rented the eld Royal
School premises, near the Palace, is prepared to receive
pupils for instruction in tbe common branches of English educa
tion ; also in the higher branches if desired. Terms i $1 per
week, or $12 per quarter.
63-tf SAMUEL DERBY.
NOTICE. Tbe undersigned having re-opened bis old
stand, opiwsite the teamen's Chapel, in the rear of Messrs.
Castle k Cooke's store. King street, begs to be favored with tbe
patronape of his old friends and the public hi general
lie offers for sale, at moderate prices, French and German
cloths, silks and satins, of various colors, kinds and qualities,
Also, s variety of Tailors' trimmings and tools Tailoring in all
its various branches, in the UtetA fashion and at the shortest
32-tf C. H. NICHOLSON.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
aud MASONIC REGALIA, constantly on bsnd, such as
Royal Arch, M. M.s, P. G.'s,
Encampment, tc, Ac , Ac
Military goods of all kinds can be furnished to order.
Apply to C. A. As K. F. POOR,
62-tf Or GEO. WILLIAMS.
SALMON ! SALMON I
A FEW MORE HALF BBLS. OF THOSE
superior Chinook Salmon, selected and pot op expressly
for family use, for sale by
M-tf C. A. At H. F. POOR.
HARDWARE nOLLOWWARE, EARTH EU'WAKE
for sale, by Jy 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JAKI0N.
LAR OIL. A SUPERIOR
for sale by B. W. FIELD. July
CRTON ALE, in hogsheads, sir sale
Honolulu July 1, 18oo-tr
r IQUORSj. "-'tVttroceries, English Soap, fbr sale by
IJ JoJu44r . ROBERT C. JANION.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
ON WEDNESDAY "aUG 19 AT lO A. Mm
At sales rooms, will be sold a large assortment of merchaodiss,
Pry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hardware,
And the usual variety of sundries.
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOLASSES,
fJIROM THE NEW CROP from the East Mao
Plantation, fur Uie by
H. HACKFELD Co.
MASTS OF ALL SIZES,
R SALE BY
H. HACKFELD k CO.
CARGO ON THE WAY FOR THE
FALL SEASON !
EALERS STOREKEEPERS AND THE
public generally are respectfully informed tbat the spleo
did new clipper ship
John Garry, master, 500 tons register, 800 tons burden, A 1
at Lloyd's tor fourteen years, was to sail
For this port, direct, between, the 10th and 20th of this
month, (April) with one of the largest, most valuable and coso
plete assortments ever brought to this market ta one vessel
She will be due here early in August.
SAMPLES of Dry Good are expected in about six weeks, doe
notice of which will be given.
ROBERT C. JANION.
April 23, 1867.
LUMBER ! LUMBER!!
JUST ARRIVED per Raduga, from Boston,
30 pairs of double sash doors, 3 feet 6 inches and 7 feet
o inches, with blinds and frames complete.
40 M feet assorted 1'lne uoaros, Xi ui 10 leot long, putnea
one side superior kit.
Per P. Foitrr, from tbe Tekslet Mills, Puget Rownd,
5 M feet tongued and grooved north-west flooring, 1 i inch, planed
on one side.
20 M feet north-west planed boards.
60 M assorted rough lumber, scantling Hoards anq piccets.
For sale at the new Lumber 1 ard in Fort Blrert, nearly oppo
site tbe French HoteL
38 C. II. LKVtEKS.
FOR 8 ALE.
VELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Com
ww.li..at V n ! 1 . llMMni .mnilti'l iltHkt RiiHkirM. do Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jenny Linds, do Morocco and Calf Buskins,
do Bronte Sontags, Fairbanks' Platform Scales of all sites, Gro
cers' do. Counter do, Epsom Salt, Long Fluted Phials, Pina
Goods, Manila Cordage.
W710R SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, 2 large Mahogany
Sideboards, very superior. 1 smaller one, do. do.. Chest of
Drawers Mahogany, Bureaus do., Toilette Stands do., and Rose
wood, Card Tables, do., Arm Chairs, Rocking do.. Heavy Rose
wood Extension do- Parlor Chairs of various patterns. Mirrors
different sizes, Hat and Umbrella Stands, Cottage and Horiaoo-
tal Pianofortes of celebrated Makers, amo a spienaui assort
ment of new pattern Uotisepaper with border.
JUly 1, 1-tf U 11UL.X St JlCCBi.
JA. IIORNIBLOW, BUTCHER, would re
spectfully Inform the cltisens of Honolulu that be has
leased the premises formerly known as the family Market,"
on King street, and will open tbe same on the 1st of April.
where can be had everything pertaining to uie uuicnenng
business. The patronage of the public Is respectfully solicited.
N. B. Orders delivered to any part of the city free of evtra
TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL HA
WAIIAN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, for the year
185C Vol. II. No. 3. Price bO cents. Just published, and for
sale by -
39-tf II. M. WHITNEY.
ASSIGNEES' NOTICE. '
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been appointee
Assignees of the estate of F. Bertelmann, request all bis
creditors who have not yet signed the articles of assignment. Is
do so in their office, and to hand in their accounts for approval.
All persons indebted to said estate will phase to settle their
account at their earliest convenience.
KRCLL A MOLL,
Honolulu, May 20, 1357. 4S-A4
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS against
tbe late firm of M ED AILLE k BOUCH ER, partners in the
Restaurant business, in Honolulu, are requested to send in lb
same to the undersigned, without delay.
47-2m J. W. MARSH, Assnee
SOO LBS. FRESH CANARY AND
HEMP SEED For sale in 1 and 2-tb packases, by
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, June 10, 1857. tO-tf
VICTORIA REG IN A.
A FRAMED PORTRAIT OF QUEEN
VICTORIA for sale. Price $12
60 S IL M. WHITNEY.
TARAAV1XG PAPER Of various sixes and qualities.
H. M. WHITNEY.
COFFEE! COFFEEZ! COFFEE!!!
BW. FIELD Agent for tne sale of Coffee from Trr
. comb's Plamtitiom would inform tbe traders that, be ia
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, frost
Titcomb's Plantation at Han&lei, which be offers for Sale. 21t
GROCERIES CASES CANDIES.
White beans. Table salt In 5-lb bags,
Pride of California" tobacco.
Pepper sauce, and sundry other art'cles,
For sale by
64-tf C A. k H. F. POOR,"
A BAKER A man understanding the business may
j3L find permanent employment by applying at the store of
64-tf MOS8MAN k BON.
AVY BILLS t WHALER'S BILS taken sA
the lowest rates by
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
FRESH CHINA RICE!
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
63-tf H. DIAfONP.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's
oupar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brasswsfw
ChesU of Tools, Door Scrapers Ac Ac., for sale by
Jyll-tf v ROBERT C JANION.
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been licensed by
the Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, ,
Tenders to the public bis services in tbe Hoe of bis pre
Cession, and hopes, from bis long practical experience and ths
undivided attention that he will pay to all business coaiinittod
to his care, to merit a share of patronage.
Offloa over Dr. G. P. Judds Drug Store, corner of JVerchasA
aud Furt streets.
Honolnlu, May 28, 1857. . 48-ly
A. F. and A. Jl.
HAWAIIAN LODGE. 81. F. ft A. M.
(under the jurisdiction of the M. W. Grand Lodge of Cal
ifornia,) holds its regular meetings on tbe first Monday of every
month, in the third story of Makee k Antbon't brick building,
corner of Kaahumanu and Queen streets, entrance from. Qwaeo
street. Visiting brothers respectfully invited.
By order of W. M.
18-tf A. FORNANDKR, Secretary.
SMALL LEDGERS, JOURNALS. LOO
B'wks and Records, just received from Ban Francisco
7-14. H. M. WHITNEY.
g 1K SHAFTS FOR CARRIAGES. A smail
lot, for sale by
IL HACKFELD k OO.
TOR SALE BT
B. W. FIELBx
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
R SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
IIPSOM SALTS PHIALS For sale by
H. W, FIELD
T?OR SALE BY
CAN FRANCISCO PILOT BAEAD m esses.
C7 roc sate by
A. J. CA
f N CAS ES Received per Yankee," for sate by
B. W. FIELD.
tWR SALE BT
B. W. FIELD.
JUST RECEIVED ,
AND FOR SXLC slew copies of Jarves' Sccors s4
Bcenery in the Sandwich Islands."
H. M. WHITNEY.
DRY GOODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, fbr sak by
Honotmia, Jwly A, 1860-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
PSOM S-AI.TS Forsaleby
B. W. FIELD.
ItARRED ROPE MANILLA ROPE, Canvas, Pslst
. BosM Oil, tqrmt by Jy lit ROBERT C. JANION
.. ... .
- 'A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OB Dr.
A. asaods i any kind whatever against the Estate sf the
Hoav W. L. Lee. are hereby miwued f irant thm
wKbout delay, to the andersie-ned I and any Dcrson harliw honka.
or other property belonging to said estate, will deliver tbe saats
w tne anaerstguea. '
CHAS. R. BISHOP, Executor. .
noaeluln, Jane 17, 1857. Al-AI