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MUSIC OP LABOR.
The banging of the hammer.
The whirling of the plane.
The crashing of the busy saw,
The creaking of the craoe.
The ringing of the anvil.
The grating of the drill, ,
The clattering of the taming lathe.
The whirling of the mill,
The buzzing of the spindle.
The rattling of a loom,
The puffin; of the engine,
The fan's continuous boom.
The clipping of the taihs-'s shears. "
The driving of the awl
These sounds of honest Industry,
lovt I LOTS TBKJS ILL
The eliciting of the magic type.
The earnest talk of men.
The toiling of the giant press.
The scratching of the pen.
The tapping of the yard stick,
The tinkling of the scales.
The whistling of the needle,
(When no bright cheek it pales)
The humming of the cooking store.
The surging of the broom,
The pattering feet of childhood.
The housewife" busy ham.
The buzzing of the scholars.
The teacher's kindly call
These sounds of actire Industry,
lovtl LOTS THIS ALL.
I fere the plowman's whistle,
The reaper's cheerful song.
The drover's soft repeated shout
Spurring his stock along ;
The bustle of the market man
As be hies him to the town ;
The halloa (rum the tree-top
As the ripened fruit cocoes down;
The busy sound of threhfxs
As they clean the ripened rraiiriy
The busker's joke and catch of gle
'Neath the moonlight on the plalir
The kind voice of the drayman.
The shepherd's gentle call
These sounds of pleasant Industry,
I lov 1 LOTS THU ALL.
Oh there's a 9000 in labor,
If we labor but aright,
That gives vigor to the day time.
Ami sweeter sleep at night ;
A good that brtngeth pleasure.
Even to the toiling hours ;
For dmtg cheers the spirit.
As dew revives the flowers.
TV-n say not that Jehovah
Gave labor as a doom ;
No ! 'tis the richest mercy
From the cradle to the tomb.
Then let us still be doing.
What 'er we find to do.
With a cheerful hopeful spirit
And free hand, strong and true.
The following rare articles hare recently been dis
The identical first glass which created all the drunk
ard. A pint of that excellent hot water into which peo
ple are perpetually plunging. Also the frying pan
it multitudes have been always jumping oat of into
The lock of the door through which silly youths
Live, in all ages, rushed to destruction.
The hand of chanty, standing open, with a coun
terfeit sixpence in it.
A specimen of bajr, which Lives through all the
seuons, and thrives all the more for every attempt to
exterminate it hum-bu !
The portrait of the printer of the book of fate.
They must go Tooetucr. That man hath no sense
of inercy that wants a sense jf duty.
We converse with those we love, through flowers;
i;h those we worship, through the stars.
In English pajer speaking of a brother editor says
leut believer in hydropathy, " for he lies in wet
The man that don't believe in advertising still in
rj th.it the sun revolves round the. earth. He
" knows beans" he does.
He that considers how little h dwells upon the
ecQ'litioQ of others, will learn how little the attention
of others is attracted i himself.
The Wuvixa or jy.ffKisTiAS's Lire Two duties
mat run thnjuVvC'bristian's life, like the warp
throa the wtitlesing and trusting.
CsEi-E35ART MvBMTrs. If you akeyour own cares
spfa joarseLf, 1os1 yourself with-an unnecessary
tarleru ThrIighty One awaits to help you.
He lives lm that lives well; and time misspent is
M lived bat l jet. Besides, Goi is better than his
prmue, if he takes from him a long lease, and gives
a freehold on a better value. fuller.
Beligion seems to consist of a great number of
r2i. A great God, possessed of great excellencies,
teace arise great obligations; hence the greatness
and hence the need a Saviour, and a great
wt Axlreus Fuller.
Ecibij! VutxrE. Flowers have bloomed on our
prvnes, and paed away, from age to age, unseen
k.T Ato, and multitudes of virtues have been acted
obscure places, without note or admiration.
Tie fweetness of both has gone up to Heaven. Mru
Tv.agi we seem grieved at the shortness of life in
PMrtf, we are wishing every period of it at an end.
Ix auaor longs to be of age; and then to be a man
bosinew; then to take op an estate; to arrive at
ocr; then to retire. Addison.
Ttn. Good men are human suns! They brighten
tiwrai whenever they pas Fools count them
till death wrenches open foolish eyes; they are
often sang by poets when they die; but the hearts
"7 bel and their own are their rich reward oa
and their place is high in heaven.
"It is," says Hood, " a stern and startling thing
tiu&k how often mortality stands on the brink of
j grve without any misgiving; and yet in this
s-ppmg world of strife, in the stir of human bustle
r, there are daily sounds to tell as that life is
a.r? tnd death is living."
fning, after a weary march through the
Mohammed, camping with his followers, over
"f1 of them saying, " I will unloose my camel
JnimitittoCroil' on which he took him up
r i1' "Friend, tie thy camel and commit it to
Cbswtuss lpcz Orpba. They that are profes
J only, and make a show of religion for sinister
, . are like Orpha; in times of affliction they will
J their mother and be gone; they will soon take
r church of God. But they that are true
jtas, are like Ruth, they will cleave to her,
T by her, live and die with her, and never depart
bv-Rulk 1, 14.
f How can I tell whether I am a real
-arstian Ue who can truly say that he seeks the
jj of God above every earthly good; that he de
V oht "I- eerTice n,ore tha in anything else; that
k tK m 'ier nl enjoy his presence hereafter,
rm r-mailin8 dre of his heart; and his chief
o hJ.il tim h loTe him no more, and serves him
thatfc- C 8uclxPrn needs no other evidence
Q!S he is changed, and his sins, forgiven.
ftn''Vk'Tlle tst cnn fcr these troublesome things
i7-"e haTe r tried is to soak the feet in hot water
JL . i? of n hour 80 th corn may become
Vrim il off M cloe possible, and not
r,tTrla Then uk the tincture of the Arbor
Pucednrjon a i;l ,. J
is!"1 rplications the corn will not only
.PPP entirely, but will nnt i;v-i-
Btart'owT ' CK5" thb Dead. The Rev. Dr.
VwuinTtJ8 7"? that tbe wton of
, w W o"! " When a hero
rwaar l,m forei pedition, as his
r-ned etrTrTP ' ml therefore, unfit to be trans
to ihes7th7; k "Silent was hit upon to reduce it
Pws the 8ecured to h country. By de-
The Revets Iadiau
Steamer Aljia, Bat or Be.vgax Wedsesdat,
Mat 20, 1857. I am writing this outboard the
steamer Alma, which left Calcutta on iBtWay, the
18th inst, bound to Suez with the mails andphssen-
gers for England. We are now steaming downShe I
Coromandel coast, against a heavy head sea, and aVt'
within one bunarea miles of Madras, where I shall
leave the ship to prosecute a short journey into the
Neilgherries. I have already posted to you, by this
mair, papers containing intelligence of the Sepoy
mutineers up to the 16th instant, and now I tak up
my pen to communicate more fully the alarming
details of the massacres at Meerut and Delhi, which
were received at Calcutta just before our steamer
left the river.
The massacre at Meerut occurred on Sunday, the
10th instant On Saturday, the 9th, there was a
brigade parade at the station, and 85 men of the
Third Native Cavalry, who had refused to load and
fire the new cartridges, were ironed on the parade
ground, in presence of the troops, and -then marched
to jail and locked up. The omcers on the station had,
np to this time, entertained no suspicion of an open
revolt. But on Sunday evening, the 10th inst, the
Third Cavalry rushed from their lines armed and
furious, followed by the 2(Hh Native Infantry, who
fired their muskets, and called upon the 11th Native
Infantry to come and join them. They immediately
answered by rushing out from their lines fully armed.
The English officers expostulated with' the men, but
were instantly shot down. The mutineers were now
joined by the bazaar and town rabble, and in one
body, they rushed upon the jail, liberated their 85
comrades, and at the same time set free about twelve
hundred other prisoners, who had been confined for
The frantic rebels now turned upon the English
residents of the station, with the ferocity of tigers ;
and before the European troops could be assembled,
one-half of the bungalows, the public buildings and
the private resiliences of Meerut were in flames, and
the wives and children of the English residents were
flying in fc.ror before-jae blood-thirsty Sepoys. The
scene, is described as horrible in the extreme, exhibit
ing tle worst features of Asiatic barbarity. Every
English officer that was discovered was instantly shot
at by the Sepoys. The defenceless women and inno
cent children were not only butchered, in attempting
to escape from the burning dwellings, but their
bodies were horribly mutilated and cut in pieces on
the highway, Dy tnese llinlo savages. At last the
European troops on the station, consisting of tbe 60th
Reirimeflt of R?flg'aJ'n'.1th Regiment of Dragoon
oppose the mutineers.
lieys from thcWlfc i, the rebels turned
d fled. The Dragoons pursued theiii out of Meernt.
and for several miles along the road to Delhi cutting
down numbers of them with their sabres.
Owing to a confusion caused by the daress of
the night, the pursuit was abandoned, and to this
fact is attributed the appearance of the mutineers
before Delhi. They reached the city, which is only
about So miles from Meerut, early on Monday morn
ing, and were joined by the three Native regiments
stationed there (the S8th, 54th, and 7th N. I.) The
entrance to ' Delhi was for a time defended by the
omcers of the 54th N. I., but that regiment soon fra
ternised with the rebels, and their officers were imme
diately slaughtered. During the day all the Europeans
in the city were butchered by the Sepoys, except some
ten or twelve, who succeded in escaping to neighbor
ing stations. Many of them were surprised and
massacred at a dinner party in the Fort ; others
were massacred at church, in their dwellings, and
in the public streets. All the savage attrocities at
Meerut were repeatedt with tenfold madness, on the
Christian women and children in Delhi. The mu
tineers plundered the Bank of Delhi of 50 lacs of
rupees (S2,5X,000). They proclaimed a son of the
late Mogul Emperor King, and at last accounts were
in full possession of the captured city.
An act of heroUm by a young English officer, dur
ing the sack of the city, is reported, and is worth
communicating. When the powder magazines and
arsenal fell into the hands of the rebels, Lieutenant
G. D. Willoughby, of the Artillery, gaining access to
the Btores of powders, set fire to them, destroying in
the ruin with himself more than one thousand of the
insurgents, who were crowded, into the arsenal at the
The Governor-General at Calcutta is fully aroused
by the impending crisis. The Commander-in-Chief,
General Anson, who unfortunately thinks' more of
the game of encket than the games of war, has been
summoned from his retreat in the Hills to look after
the condition of the army. Scindia, the young Ma
harajah of Gwalior, adjoining Delhi, has offered his
troops, including his own body-guard, to the Govern
ment ; and the Rajah of J hind, to whom the rebel
King of Delhi sent messengers, invoking aid against
the English, not only cat the messengers to pieces,
but has also offered the services of his troops to the
Government. The cavalry of the Kajah of Bhufore,
and the troops of the Rajah of Putteala, have also
been tentered to the Governor-General. These, with
the English regiments in the Northern hills, are now
closine around the doomed city, and it will not be
long ere the blood of the murdered Europeans will be
There ii much alarm felt in Calcutta, in conse
quence of this mutiny, as it is impossible to tell where
it may break out next, or what form it will next
assume. The Queen's regiment of 53d Foot has been
placed in garrison at Fort William, (Calcutta) and
European reciments are posted she Mint, Treasury
and all the Government ofSfefti. The regiments of
native troops (Sepoys) Lately in the garrison, have
been turrfd out of the Fort, and encamped on the
ezpUjpe, under its guns, their arms having been
takelfaway from them.
. A European regiment left Madras for Calcutta on
the 17th inst. in the Government steamer Zenobia,
and the Oriental steamer left Calcutta for Rangoon
on the same day, to bring up another European reci
ment It is upon these forces that we must, for the
present, depend ; and, we expect that, as soon as the
intelligence of these things reaches London, the
Government will be reinforced by fifteen or twenty
tSnnund iitnrd Entrlish troops from home. As to
the cause of this mutiny there are all sorts of opin
ions. One says it is the caste system another that
it is the seniority system another the enlistment
system, &c It is, probably, all of ? hese together.
The morning on which"e left Calcutta, it was report
ed that the ex-King of CNde, who has been living in
. n hnrh of Garden ReaVih. had fled. We have on
board our ship one of his eunuchs, bound to England
with letters ; as his defunct Majesty will not en
trust his letters to the English mail, he posts a
eunuch to England in the capacity of a mail bag
about twice a month. If, when we rach Madras,
we hear by telegraph from Calcutta that the King
has actually fled, this eunuch will be taken into cus
tody. But I do not think the King has had anything
fin, ith these mutinies. He is a weak man, ana
proportionably harmless. Ton may look for interest
ing intelligence from this part of the world by the
next maiL Correspondence of the J"ew York Times.
Prctctples. A lad drove his team four miles to &
mill to get a load of flour, to haul to the canal. When
he arrived at the mill, the miller told him they had
i j: v mill w fcnt of renair. but he would
help him to a load, so that he might not lose his half
day s work, wnicn wouia amouui w . -
he, " you may drive across the way to the distillery,
and load, and I will pay you just the same price for
hauling the load of whisky that we do for hauling s
load of flour."
The lad thought a moment and said, "I don t know
what lather will say. but our horses don t haul
whisky," and so he wheeled them off. and drove and
told his father. . , . , .
Bight," said the father, " you're done right,
John. It's money well spent, John. Support your
principles anywhere and everywhere, and be kind
IIUUUl 19 avaa
Prettebs Pbovebbs. Never inquire thou of the
editor for the news, for behold it is nis auty
appofnted time to give it unto thee without askm
When thou dost write for his paper, never gay unto
him, " what thinkest thou of my piece ? for it may
benat the truth may offend tbee. It js not fit that
Son shouldst ask him who is the author of un arUcle,
for his duty requires him to keep such things to him
Zlt. When thou dost enter into his office, have a
caxe unto thyself that thou dost not look at what may
belrinz open, for that is not meet in thesight of good
bSr Neither examine thou the prootsheet, for
it iot ready to meet thine eye, that thou mayest
it is not reaay JnAncted Daoer to any
understand it- r rcr iu -
A. P. EVERETT,
Corner of Quetjfl iaiNuuanu streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Messrs. Sahpso k Tappas, -
K. D. Bbigham & Co., -"
Bitlkb, Kkttu & Hill,
lonolulu, July 1, 1807.
R. COADY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, S. I.
Messrs. Orisskll, Minturx & Co., - New York.
ILLS, FaKUO ft CO.,
AlVj- & Co.. -
G. I, tus & Co.,
Bap' JtOTHEBS & Co.,
Exchttfsi iuf"v on the United States and Europe.
Honolulu, July L, Jyl-tf
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,
Superintends the outfitting of vessels from this port, to the
shipment of oil and bone, and negotiates whalemen's
Messrs. Moroax, Hathiwat, It Co., San Francisco.
Mk omirai ii Co., - -
1. R. Grkbs 4 Co., - New Bedford.
James 11. Conudon, Esj., u
54-tf V. U. E. Pore, K-Q., "
II. W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oaliu, Sandwich Islands.
By permission, he refers to
C. W. Cartwhioiit, President of Manufacturers Insurance
Messrs. II. A. Piprce, ... - Boston.
Toater, Rick k Co., - M
Edward Mutt Robissox, - New Bedford.
Johs W. Barrktt ii Sons, Nantucket.
Pcrkixs k Smith, - - New Loudon.
11. F. S.tow, .... Honolulu
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oaliu,S. I.,-ke-ps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whnlcships and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, kc,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
37 Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
D. If. FLIT3TER,
Continues his old business at the new store in Makee's new fire
proof building, next door above Dr. Hoffmann's Drug
Scire, on Kaahuraann street.
Chronometers rated by observations of the snn and stars
wit K . trnit ingrmiment AJYMlMt4.lv miltuRt! to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attcution given to Cue '
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered ,
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
. on hand and for sale. 44-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
the Post Office, Honolulu. 49-tf
RITSOX & HART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu. II. 1., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
CI ST. C. MELCHERS. GCST RKINER3.
MELCIIERS & CO.,
Contniission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
8.1. Stone store corner of Kan humanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
U. S. and Europe. July l, laoo-u
Shin Chandler and Commission Merchant. Honolulu, Oalrh, 9, II
Ships supplied with refreshments, provisions, kc. at the
shortest notice, on reasonaoie terms, n uaiers dius wanieo..
July 1. 18o6-tf
B. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
HAWAIIAN FL.OFR COMPANY,
James F. B. Marshall, Treasurer, in the stone buildings, oc
cupied by B. W. Field, up stairs. 17-tf
C. A. Jt II. F. POOR,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Onhu, S.'I.
JfAaer's Bill on the Cnitrd Statet wanted. Island
Produce bought and sold, and taken in exchange for
J. C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. " I.
Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the L". S. and Europe. Con
signments from abroail protntly attended to. Island pro
duce of all klilils taken in exchange lor goods, jy a-u
ROBERT C. JANION,
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1 tf
II. HACKFELI) & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, & I. July 1, ISoO-tf
B. T0S HOLT. . C. HKUCK.
Von HOLT & 1IEUCK,
General Commission Merchants, Honobilu, Oahu, S. I, Jy 1-U
Commission Merchant, Boston. U. S. Refer to Jas. Makee and
R. W. M ood Eaqrs. July 1, 1356-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. X. July 1, l56-tf
HtSST KKCLL. KDCARD MOLL.
KRULL & MOLL,
Importers and Commission Merchants, Kaahumanu street Ma-
BAM'L. X. CASTLK. AMO. 8. COOKS.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the large Stone Church. Alan at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. Nich4son, in King street, oppo
site the Seaman Chapel. . Agents fur Or. Jaynes' Medi
cines. July L, 1356-tf
W. A. ALDRICH. C. a. BISHOP.
ALDRICII & BaTSIIOP,
Importers and dealers tn general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
8. 1. Island produce bought and sold. Agents for the sale
of Sugar, Molasses, Coffee, c-, from the Lihue and other
a. p. everett,
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
XT OTI O 1ST 33 33
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, C-o.
Dealer In Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nnusnu
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 1 1 tf
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lamber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuoanu streets on
the Pnnchard premises. July 1-tf
W. N. LADD,
Importer and dealer in Hardware, Fort st. Honolulu. Jy 1-f
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
SAVIDGE Si. MAY,
Grocers and Provision Merchants and Coffee Roasters, King
street, near toe Awmei. "'J "
S. N. EMERSON,
Waialua, Oahu, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce such aa Corn, Heans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, kc.
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Findinss, Pump, Sole, Rigging, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Sparring Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
Ing, Brushes, Hosiery, kc. c Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu, H- L July 1-tf
PAUL C. DUCORRON,
Attorney at Law, Conveyancer and Accountant. Office corner
of Merchant ana naanumanu oueeia. nnnnuw -
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The undersigned would Id-
. . . . ft Lit. Al A l - tka )!
form bis mentis ana ine puouc, uuu no am
known Carpenter premises of C. 11. Lewers, Esq., on Fort
street, and would solicit that patronage heretofore so liberally
bestowed. All orders in the various branches of Building,
Plana, Specifications and Contracts attended to with prompt-
CHARLES W. VINCINT.
C. II. LEWERS,
Carpenter and Lamber Merchant. Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-tf
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite eth '
AG EXT FOR THE
New York Board of Underwriters.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
&c, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters.
13-ly ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersigned begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has received the apiminrment of
AOENT at these Inlands for the LIVERPOOL UNDKR
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
AGE VT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the apiointment ot
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
rfvHE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMI'A
M. ay, (established 1636.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1,359,760, Sterling.
The undersigned has been appointed A cent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANION.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
KRULL & MOLL,
Ageuta of the Hamburg and Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. July 1, 1856-tf
Agent 6r the Bremen Itonrd of L'uderw titers. All average claims
against the said Underwriters, occurring in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
CORNER OF MERCHANT AND KAAHUMANU STREETS.
Dr. Mi Kibbi begs to intimate that he is now joined by his son
Dr. Robert McKibbin, member of the Royal College of Sur
geons, London, one of whom being always in attendance,
will afford an additional guarantee to persons remitting
advice or medicine.
He has just received an assortment of English Drugs, Perfmcery,
kc, of the best quality, with which the establishment will
constantly l; supplied, and which will be sold on reasonable
Physician's and Surgeon's prescriptions prepared with the
greatest care. Medicine chests carefully examined and
Attendance at the office from 8 A. M., till 6 o'clock P. M., on
week days, and on Sundays 8 o'clock, A. M., to 11 o'clock,
A. M. At other times, at his residence, Union street.
tpr A consignment of best London White Paint and Linseed Oil
Office and Drug Store, Queen Street, near the market. Ship's
Medicine chests refitted and prescriptions carefully prepared
under the supervision of LA XG11 ERN E. Hot, cold, vapor,
shower aod medicated Baths, at all hours. 7-1 y
CHAS. F. GUILLOU,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seaiueu. Othce next door to J. U. SimUling
Kaahumanu St.; Residence at the late ..French Premis
es, Alakea sreet, ltespectfully offers his professional ser
vices to resident fcuuilies, to the shipping, and to strangers
generally. Medical and Surgical advice in English, French
Spanish, and Italian. Otbce hours from 11 A. M. to 2 P.
M., and from 4 to 5 l. M.
At other hours enquire at his residence. Jy 1-tf
Physician and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store of II. liackteld & Co., Queen-street. Jy 1-tf
GILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers ia General Merchandise,
LAH A I N A, MAUI, II. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange. wy
nOLLES Sr CO.,
IShip Chandlers and Commission Merchants and Dealers in
General Merchandise, LAhaina, Maui. Whalers mrmshea
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. 34-tf
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Laliaina, Maui, II. I. ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted on the U. S. and Europe.
Storage. July 1, D06-tf
JOHN D. IIAVEKOST,
Auctioneer, Wailuku, East Maui. S8-lyr
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail IValer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and Lahiiina, Maui. 44-tf
Ship Chandler and dealer in General Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh leef, V!getalles, and all kinds of
Groceries, and Provisions kc at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 t- 5000 barrels, being near
the binding, and free from thatched buildings.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the U. S. or Europe, for which money
will be advanced on reasonable terms.
N. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you fan give
seamen their li'ierty without dauirer of losing them by de
scrtion. No anient spirits allowed to he SiJd
UTAI & AIIEK,
Agents for the Tapakoa and Pueo Sugar Plantations, at Hilo ;
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in China
Goods, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Labaina, Maui,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise.
Honolulu, August 12, 1867. 9-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, ou reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, lS66-tf
Baker and Grocer, Nuuanu-street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED Is now prepared to repair or
J. manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing windt
lass gearing, ship forgings anil smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils kc on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
2-tI D. M. WESTON.
ONE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, aud on fair terms. Law Rooks,
Music, Ncwsjmpers, kc, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books. Herbariums. Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made to
order, officers of ships can have their Navigation and Log
sfcoks, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at short notice.
Orders may also be left at II. M. WHITNEY'S Bonk
tore, Honolulu. SAMUEL RUSSELL
July 1, 1856.tf-
JAMES A. BURDICK,
Cooper and Guager, begs to inform his friends and the public
generally, that he has recommenced his Coopering business
on his old stand, in the rear of Mr. II. Rhodes' Spirit store
and opposite Mr. Monsarrat's Auction Room, and respect
fully solicits a share of the public patronage. All orders
romptly attended to . 13-tf
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufacturer and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, ard Copper ware,
Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. Spalding's Honolulu, 11.
Summer Bakers, Tin ami Copper Pumpa, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Ziuc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment or Tin ware. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. July 1, 1-tf
One door above II. nackfcld k Co.'s store, and opposite W. N.
Ladd's hardware store.
Sashes, Sash Doors and Blinds made to order.. 42-tf
WM. MAXWELL having this day purchased the
interest of H. Hanley in the above establishment, will con
tinue the business under the same style in the same locality on
King street, opposite the new store of J. T. Waterhouse, where
he will endeavor to give satisfaction to those who may favor him
with their custom.
N. B. Attention will be paid to the selection of stock, so that
the best quality of meat may be relied on.
XT Orders punctually attended to, and delivered to any part
of the city within two miles, free of extra charge. 47-tf.
A FINE ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
ex u Yankee," such as
Fine I 'ana ma hats. Medium Panama hats.
White Caasimere bats. Brown and Peart hats.
For sale by
64. tf C. A. k n. r. POOR.
For sale by
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TRUMAN, HANBURY & BUXTON'S
SUPERIOR HEAVY WET,
For sale by
61-lm RITS0N HART.
Stats an& 3ani)s.
EAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD, OR TO LET.
THAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Building situated in King street, and known as the Main
Hotel, U now offered for sale, or to lease, on moderate
terms. There is situated on the premises splendid Bowling
Alleys, and all other accommodations fitting for a first-class
Hotel, or a private residence.- For other particulars enquire of
Nuoanu street, Honolulu,
or EDWARD BROWN,
Oi-tf Nuuanu Valley.
THE COTTAGE AND GROUND AD
JOIN 1NU on the Nuuanu road, at present occupied by
the Rev. J. D. Strong. Possession givcu on the 1st of
Dec. next. Apply to
62-tf W. H. PEASE.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN LAIIAINA.
TO LET. The undersigned offers to let a good
lrame House, with three-fourths of an acre of choice land
adjoining, very pleasantly situated in the town of La
The house is now undergoing thorough repairs and improve
ments, which will make it a very desirable residence.
EDWARD P. BOND.
Lahaina, Sept. 5. 63-3m
A BUILDING LOT situated in Kukui Place, ad
joing W. K. Seal, Esq. The above Lot is enclosed with
a six feet feitce, together with the privilege of the govt
eminent water. Apply to
61-tf Nuuanu street, near the Wharf.
BEST CELLAR IN TOWN.
TO LET BY THE MONTH Or YEAR
that large, high, airy and perfectly dry, cellar under
the store of the undersigned : room for all 100 tons es
pecially fit for storing oil, provisions, kc, kc. Enquire at
5"tf YON HOLT k HEUCK.
FOR STORING COALS, BRICKS, IRON
lumber, firewood, kc, TO LET by the month or year.
This yard is securely feuced in, well shaded, aud ad
joining the store of
60-tf VON HOLT k HEUCK.
ROOMS TO LET in Maunakea street. Also,
Furnished Rooms in Kine street. Enquire of
t:i' THOMAS THRUM.
5$tf Sailors' Home.
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR
U"' sale hw, the very desirable cottage built by B. F.
ft i'L Ilr.l.-r nn KuVui street. ouDosite the residence of A. P
Everett, Esq. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
materials by Mr. Hnrder, for his own occupancy, and is sup
i.lied with water, bath-room and other conveniences.
Apply w r. a.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
lclongiiig to Robert G. Itevi, situated between Dr.
Wood's aud Cliarlcs Bishop's residences.
Term, easy. Apply to ASHER B. BATES.
v THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR
TtL:l sale, on moderate terms, the well known stand occupied
ISiiL. by hiin as a cabinet shop, on Hotel street, near Fort,
which is one of the most desirable locations for the preseut busi
ness curried on, or for a Hotel, Restaurant or Store.
The Dwelling House on Kukui street, opposite that of C. n.
Lewers, Esq., one of the most convenient, healthy and pleasant
situations in the Valley. .
Or J. W. MARSH.
Title to the above, fee simple. a
STORE TO LET.
THE WELL KNOWN TWO STORY
Vi!;l EIRE PROOF BCILDINU, on King street, comer of
MM Mauna Kea street, now occupied by G. Buhle k Co.
The lower part is eNcelleutly fitted with
Kea Slirlv and Counter,
For a Retail Store, The upier part contains
Five Spaciouw Dwelling Rooms),
And the extensive yard is provided with a good well, brick
cook-house, 4c. . ,
Terms low. Possession gken immediately, if required. or
further particulars apply on the premises, or at
4. F VON HOLT k nEUCK'S.
SJ TO LET Part of the store premises now occupied
ML "Si? B. F. SNOW.
ALL THAT PIECE OF LAND known as
J3M5 Kaawa, beautifully situated on the windward side of
-JCLthis Island, the proprietor being about leaving this
Terms easy. All particulars can be ascertained on applica
tion to . J- 'OX,
4Stf N uuanu street, Honolulu
COTTAGE TO LET.
T" n T IT'T' Ti.o hoooe now neeillileil bv Thomas
Brown, in Nuuanu Valley, makai of the residence of
K. . J lull.
Register Office, May 1, 1857. '-tf
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE
THE FOWLER FARM," situated in Pa-
lolo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-seven acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 23, 18a7.
FOR SA LE The undivided half of about 1900 acres
of Land at Waikane, Kolau. Also, a few cattle on iu
Terms low. Inquire of
4-tf HEN it I DIMUIVU.
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
82-tf Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel.
LAND FOR SALE. Thirteen and a half acres
$f3l of valuable land, lying near Macfarlanu's Baths, in
Also, a fine house lot in Honolulu, nearly opposite the
Palace, on King street.
For information and terms apply to
35,-f J. W. MARSH.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Street. The lower part Is fitted with counter, shelves,
kc. ; upper part fine sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street : and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Apply to Ol-tf) A. P. EVERETT.
TO LET The spacious house formerly occupied by
Henry Dickinson, Esq., and located next above the resi
dence of A. B. Bates, Esq., on Nuuanu Avenue.
For terms, &c, apply to pO-tf) W. C. PARKB.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by Capt. Mossmau, on Marine street,
opposite the Steam Flour Mill. For terms, &c, inquire
of 29-tr thus. Mossaaa.
OFFICE TO LET, fronting on Nuuanu street
jj-tf A. P. EVERETT.
TO LEASE IN LOTS, THAT PIECE
of Land, corner of Nuuanu and King Streets. Apply at
the store of T. M0S3MAN k SON,
4-tf. Nuuanu Street.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about Si mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. GREEN.
FFICE TO LET. The rear Office over the Post-
office. Enquire of (34-tf) 11. M. n HlTJiai.
G. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diskakks of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Davos and Mkoicikbs of the best
quality. He sells also
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soaps.
M icl leon.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac.
Writing and marking ink. Sands sarsaparilla.
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
XJ- Easily found when wanted. a-tf.
B. W. FIELD
OFFERS FOR SALE
Boots an 1 Shoes,
Crockery and Glassware,
Groceries. Naval stores.
Wines and Liquors,
Polar Oil, Jcc, kc. kc 47
rpEX TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CURED
yor saie ry
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
AVJTI. II. KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will supply ships with provisions, kc, and advance money on
favorable terms for bills on the L'uited States. 43-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE tc COMMISSION AGENT
MANGONC1, NEW ZEALAND,
XT Shipping supplied on the most reasonable terms. Lat
85-6 S., long. 173-3S.E. 41-ly
D. C. MCRCKR. J. C. MKHRILL.
lie It HER & MERRILL,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Not. 47 and 49 California street,
Riria TO :
Capt. James Makee, Honolulu Capt. D. C, Waterman,
Honolulu ; Messrs. Oilman k Co., Lahaina. 4-i 14-0u
P. H. & P. JL. OCTEZTS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
SHIP CHANDLER V ,
91, F resit Sirrrt,
Naval Stores, Mess Beef,
Anchors, Chain Cables, " and Prime Pork,
Blocks, Cordage, Pilot and Navy Bread,
Oars, Paints aud Oils, Flour,
Duck Brushes, ic. kc. 18-ly
8. GRIFFITTS MORGAN.
C. 8. HATHAWAY.
B. F. STO.NR.
MORGAN, HATHAWAY & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cal
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. k A. R. Nye,
k Swift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinncll M in turn k
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Eiq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins & Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. July 1, lS56-tf.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
HENRY JOHNSON 4i CO., 146, Washington street
offer for sale the largest stock of goods in their Une on the
H7 Orders from the Sandwich Islands respectfully solicited.
C. W. BROOKS,
Consignments of Island Produce solicited. Orders for pur
chase and shipment of goods attended to.
Refer to B. W. Field. Honolulu. 22-ly
D. S. LORD & CO.
BLANK BOORS, STATIONERY,
Printing Material and Papers of every description- also Agents
for White k Co.'s Type Foundary, No. 132, Sansome-street,
G. A. Yax Bokkelkk, New York.
N. B. R. Hoe & Co.'g and Ruggles' Printing Presses for Sale.
ROPE WALK AIVB OAKUM
CORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MANUFAC
TUR ED to order constantly on hand. A large assort
ment of Manila and Hemp Rope (all sizes). Bale Rope, Tow Line,
aud Oakum, for sale by TL'BBS k CO.
26-1 j 139. Front Street, San Francisco.
rfMIE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
M. receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
- nml "Xo. 1"
White lead, ground in the best boiled English oil, and is au
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. SPALDING.
Ilcmol ulu. June 9, 185". 50-tf
FROM THE 1ST OP DECEMBER,
1856, to January 20th, 1S&7, 1 paid to this Government
$1260. On Friday, June 27, a Kanaka came to my
house for 62 cents worth of beer, stating it waajor C. Vincent,
bringing Vincent's cart to carry ttvay the beer. Tbe Kanaka
took the beer. The same day I received a warrant of arrest
for sellii.g this 02 cents worth of beer. For five dnys I have
been at court, every day it having been postponed jor want of
evidence. To-day I was fined $150 Rut listen to the evi
dence : They take Kanaka polhxman No. 1, give him three
glasses of this said beer ; he says it was bitter and made him
giddy. The next is Mr. Jourdar., (police). He says it made
the Kanaka's eyes crack aud start. Ti.e next is Mr. Brick wood,
(police) and of course he says the Mtr-e, with the addition that
the Kanaka's eyes started out of h s i:ead ani4 he looked like a
man that had eaten poisoned fisn. Consider this evidence,
how it was got, and the men that gare It. Wnen I paid to this
Government my good money, I expected to have the same tol
eration as other men who had paid $1000 a year. I offered to
make the beer before them, chow them how it was made, and
bear all expenses. But there is a prejudice against beer, and
my $150 will pay them better than looking at me moke beer.
That prejudice was got up by men holding spirit licenses. In the
first place to do away with beer shops, and, after they were
done away with, started selling beer, emptying men to make it
for them, not knowing or caring what was put into It. Why I
was singled out of eight beer-sellers, I have no Idea. Perhaps
it was that I attended well to my business and was the most
likely to hare tbe $150. Any other reason I cannot give.
I now inform the public that I am the only man on these
Islands that can make beer fit to drink. Never mind what the
publicans tell you about being aware of Steel's beer. They are
afraid of it; they dread its effect. Not tbe effect it hah the
party that drinks it, but the effect it has had on their tills. If
my beer was bail, people would not drink it. If I used per
nicious drugs, U. B. M. ship Haxyannak would never have gone
out of this port, and II. I. M. corvette Eurydice would now
have a short complement of men.- For the crews of these two
ships hare drank hundreds of gallons of my beer.
" Lite and Let Live !"
English Burton Ale,
12 and 6 cents per glass.
- - - - 12i cents per pot-
Also, on hand, the best Brandy, Gin, Wines and JWalt
Liquott (bottled) that can be bought in Honolulu.
Also, about $200 worth of cheese, which is to be given away
FREE.VAN J. STEEL.
N. B. HORSES TO LET on
with new bridles and saddles.
WE. CUTRELL (late Cutrell k Peterson)
Proprietor, Merchant Street, Honolulu, thankful for
the liberal patronage hitherto enjoyed, continues to solicit the
attention of his friends and the public in general to this estab
lishment. Neither pains nor expense have been spared to render-
Honolulu. The bar is continually stocked with the choicest
wines, liquors, etc., that can be procured, and is under the im
mediate charge of Mr. Randall Smith, so long and favorably
known in this community.
The billiard saloon is unsurpassed by any in the place, and
ia under tlie sole charge of Mr. A. J. McDuffee, whose present
popularity is sufficient guarantee of his future success in cater
ing in this particular department for the amusement of those who
may favor the bouse with their patronage. 25 tf
NEW RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
HERMAN EEXZLER respectfully informs his
friends and the public of Honolulu in general, 'that he will
open, on the first of February next, a new Restaurant nd
Coffee Saloon, nn King street, opposite the Globe Hotel.
Those who will bonor him with their patronage may rest
assured that the most strenuous exertions will be used to merit
the continuance of their support. , 31-ly
Public House by J. Davis. Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars
constantly ou hand corner of Marine and Nuuanu street.
PIANOS ! PIANOS I PIANOS I
OF THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
TURES of Chickering k Co.; Raven. Bacon k Co.. and
Nunns k Clark.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned instruments of
the above makers, through Wm. G. Badger, Esq., San Fran
cisco, sole agent for the Pacific coast. The prices in San Fran
cisco ant precisely the same as at the manufactories ia Boston
and New York.
Plans, styles and prices can be seen at our office. Orders
40-t C. A. h H. t. POOR.
THE best Saddle Horses, with new saddles, bridles
kc may be found at the Stable of JOHN Mi-
NINI, Maunakea Street, corner of Marine Street.
Horses to let by tbe month, week, day, or hour. Prices low
and satisfaction guaranteed. 18-tf ,
OORS, WINDOWS AND BLINDfrTA-
rious styles. For sale by (9 tf) A. P. KVEKKTT
OIL CASKS 1600 BBLS. OIL CASKS ON
hand and,for sale by (13-tf) J. A. BURDICK.
B. F. StfOW
OFFERS FOR SALE, In lots to suit purchasers, al
at the lowest prices, the fallowing merchandise :
Chrome mange prints, Corah Handkerchiefs,
u green White and grey merino shirts.
Fancy Prints " drawer.
Brown cotton drawers, Check Hnen shirts,
White 44 " Calico
Red flannel White L B shirts.
Cassimere pants, ' Red and blue flannel shirts,
Women's white cotton hose. Gray blankets,
JWen's striped hose. White blankets.
Embroidered undcr-slecTee, Black and brown felt hats.
Guayaquil hats, Colored Coburgs,
Hickorr shirts, Colored India satin.
Silk velvet, India rubber coats.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's heavy boots. Calf Congress boots.
Goat buskins, Enhnd leather Congress boots.
Boy's calf boots. Kid slippers.
Heavy brogauu. Black gaiters,
Lemon syrup, Assorted pickles, half gals.
Tomato catsup, Gerkins, half gals and qts,
Fresh peaches, Ground pepper,
Saserisr Black Tern,
No. 1 soap, blacking. Fine cut tobacco, in Us ton.
Chain cable, Rula cordage, assorted rises.
Army duck, .Manila cordage, assoctsd sisef.
Cotton duck, Cut nails, lanterns.
Boiler iron, Verdigris,
Bars flat iron. Currycombs,
Grocers' scales, Tablespoons,
Hunt's axes, Ax hatchet.
Iron bedsteads, 1 French bedstead.
Solar side lamps Office clocks.
Leather trunks, Wool carpeting,
Iiidia Rnktbrr How-, hf inch ! 1 Istch,
Brass Hoar Pipes, Lead Pipe,
fee, fcc, sYe.
Honolulu, April 23, 133T.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
IV. J. RAWLINS 4 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.
J3- And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, an
all kinds ot kitchen grease. 63-ly
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL snd Com
position Nails, Broguns, women's Goat Buskins, do Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jennv Liuds, do Morocco and Calf Busk i OS,
' do Bronze Sootags, Fairbanks' Platform Scales of all sixes, Gro
cers' do. Counter do, Epsom Salts, Long Fluted Phials, Pita
Goods, Manila Cordage.
27Jtf B. W. FIELD.
' BIRD SEED.
onn T.ns. PR rail C A VARY AND
U nEMP SEE1 For sale in 1 and 2-lb packages, by
w 1 1 s.1 tVIIITi:!.
Honolulu. June 10, 1867. 60-tf
VICTORIA REG IN A.
APRAMED PORTRAIT OF QUEifiN
VICTORIA for sale. Price $12
60S II. M. WHITNEY.
DRAWING PAPER Of various sires and qualities.
For sale by
35-40 II. M. WniTNET.
coffee: coffee n coffee:::
BW. FIELD, Agent for tbe sale of Coffee from Trr
. comb's Plastatios would inform the traders that be Is
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, from
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalei, which b offers for Sale. SH
White beans. Table salt in 6-tb bags.
Pride of California" Vibaeco,
Pepper sauce, and sundry other articles.
I or sale oy
C. A. at H. F. POOR,
A r Ail ia3 ac v u AiibH-a niuw
. r w . .w W 0 . -1. .
the lowest rates by
July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's
Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brasswsro
Chests of Tools, Door Scraper ke. kc, tor sale by
i., IthRKRTC JANION.
THE UNDERSIGNED, having been licensed by
tbe Supreme Court as an
ATTORNEY" AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Tenders to the public his services In the line of his pro
fession, and hopes, from his long practical experience and the
undivided attention that he will pay to all business eommituat
to his care, tn merit a share of patronage.
Office over Dr. G. P. Judd's Drug Store, corner of Aferctaot
and Fort streets.
Honolulu, May 28, 186T. s-ly
NO. 2 PLATFORM. WEIGHING SOOOlas.
No. 7 Platform, weighing 2000 lbs.
No. 10 Platform, weighing 1200 lbs.
No. 10 Platform, weighing 000 lbs.
No. 11 Platform, weighing 000 lbs.
No. 11 Platform, weighing 400 lbs,
No. 12 Platform, weighing 240 lbs.
Grocers Scales, Caaater Scales,
Tor sale by
47 B. W. FIELD.
ONE THOUSAND BARRELS HA WAIIAW
BEEF, Louzada and Spencer's brand, srtU be pscksd
in rock-salt, for the fall season. Guarantee given as No. 1 by
the sole agent, A. P. EVERETT.
XT Also, on hand, small packages for family use.
THE UNDERSIGNED would i
fully inform the citizens of Honolulu that he I
i, I leased the above-named premises, wbers Its wM
ss endeavor to give satisfaction to all 'who sasy
favor him with their custnra. 1
58-3,n U HEMPKEN, Butcher.
MALL LEDGtSRS. JOURNALS. LOO
Books and Recotd, Just received from Ban FramnSee
14. U. M. WHITN1T.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO ADO TONS heavy e
light goods, on the premise of tbe undersigned
44 B. P. SNOW.
BEST Q.UALITY FRESH CORN
Best quality fresh butter.
XT Fresh Corn Meal and Fresh Corn Bread daily.
4-tf J. rox.
lOR SALE Br
B. W. FIELD.
OR SALE BV
47 B. W. FTfLD.
R SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
PSOM SALTS, PHIALS For sale by
47 . ricbv
R SALE BY
47 B. W. FIELD.
AN FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD m essss.
tor ssle by
42-tf A. J. CARTWRIGET
N CASES Revived per " Yankee," for sale by
B. W.- FIELD.
R SALE BV
7 B. W. FIELD.
A ND FOR SALE, a few copies of Jarves'
J. m. ocenety in toe asnuwtca islands."
IL M. WHITNST.
RT GOODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, for sale by
ji onoiuiu, uiy i. jaao-tr kudekt v. ah ioh .
f71 PSO MSA LTS For sale by
OAA BUSHELS TURKS ISLAND SALT.
savvr jr. sate by
CHAS. BREWER, 9.
COOKING STOVES, A ND ONE CABOOSE.
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 0.
ENGLISH WHITE LEAD
For sale by
a-tf A. J. CABTV RIGHT.
advance, and it snau ee
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