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ViutIwjJi!,jf;ri corrcfcdcnce of the Boston
flat r,.ri,r. of J un -i7 th: .
r5f "'jtirance compiuiiea have met with heavy
flV ...bn fram the Arctie Ocean enI Ochotak
bf Xamoant pf pmpcrtj destroyed has Aeea
-ye. In order to inform mjseli m to the actual
'TImA Yr the several companies here the past
fV fjj..Te iiiiititutcd iiKinirie of the Secretaries,
L .rthe etote?iiat of facts. There are flir
pi. zj StW Ilf.ml; the lowes of one, the
the ycait, it having been in operation
u W.' II I i
I uoat paia oy me .icw xxsiiorvi insurance Corn
ed for the year ending .May 31, 1S57 :
Mutual Marine, - - V. . $120,533
Ootunercial Marine, - - y. - 1 ji,734
CniuQ Mutual, - - -N- Hl,00O
Total, - - - - - $423,272
T!ie foregoinsr, amount has been paid principally on
t-Si-i vessel; alone. It will be seen from this
sent that the mm pil til Li beariTr An the
wanifcs, and establishes the fact conclusively tt
!whaLing eut?rprLe is attended with great losses
well as pruats.
In former years a caro of sperm oil largely
-edel in value that of whale. Bat the rise in
of the latter, with whalebone, add largely to
roat or a -nut whaler." i.he ship Youn
ur (new) arnve-1 here some two weeks since
a full caro of sperm oil (17'JO barrels.) but in
nce of the heavy eot of the shin and outfits
great lays, ttg'ithei with other expenses that
ve accrued, not a dollar, 1 am told, will be made
(the owners. I could name chips, less expensive
lich have returned with full cargoes, and pail SO
1 40 per cent. Ihe sU:p l-.liza .llamn inzht
tier. which arrived in May List, made the most
esatai voyage that has been brought home this
having takeo l: barrels of eperm oil, 33ol of
e, and 4'.,Ot) lbs. of bone. The proceeds
n:eI to $I1C,IX. After paving the ofi-.-ers
;rew, whose lays ordinarily take one third of the
nt, ib.lW) were leit to be divided among the
ate owners. The ship was ab.ent two years
h alt ?nch voyages are exceolinz rare. But
ts to this, veteis have returned this Tear
les reach and S2.,(X each.
i iCPSES6lO!C IX TtlK k EIGBT TRADE COJf-
i-3. It is s;i;d that nine cut often of the London
Liverpool packets which have been sailing from
)T u.riiuur.n'iueiLit tuur or nve monius nave
from $3,01 -v to Stf.C-X) per trip, and if there be
a speedy impniveuient the entire carrying trade
Tee a ti.is country and Gre;it Britain will be nion-
;j1 by th rapidly increasing steam lines. The
York correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
king of the inactivity of California freights, says :
Three of the largest firms in the trade, two of
jm hal, at one time, amassed handsome fortunes,
Live recently been force 1 to succumb to the pressure
of the times. I ali i le to Sutton & Co., who have
since settled with their creditorsby paying a small
per ccnta.re Bingham Ji Reynolds, and W. C. Annan
i Co. Tlt Joint liabilities of these firms could not
luve Lean much below $600,000 or SSOO.OOO.
S;veral other parties who were pioneers in the Cali
fornia trade mana-ed to get utof the business within
i e past eighteen months, just m time to save theui-
Ives iroLii insolvency, line or them (J as. mitn &
-.) h.u ju-t m.')rnie'l me that during the lat year
were in the trade theirl ched fl'i.'W,
it that they managed to 3rc"al AllTng wherewith
t "rock gently tae era-lie oi ueciying lile.
During the week there ba bll-n quite a Large
bosineis iu sugr freights, S,5X) hhds. Cuba ha' ing
leva takeu at l'S. 17s. Gd. to London ; 1 "s. Co. to
Liverpool, and to Bremen by steamer. There
Aw aLo been some SO.000 a 40,000 bushels of grain
uken to Liverpool at -Id. a in bulk and bags,
which is equivalent to baying ballast."
VOT1CE IS UKRF.BV GIVEN' THAT I
Will pay no debt contracted in to j naiiM without my
,r:um .rd-ir. (rtt-Sm'J L. HE3IPKKX.
TnE TWO STORES now being
f.rfi creco-l in F rt street, between Kini; and Merchant stu.
t i. luruM wislir ir to ItMe cao have them fitted to suit ry
nc.f i pucuon. ur terms, please apply to
B. T. SNOW.
(he Owien. aad Prriu interested in
Whalchips in the Pacific Ocean.
Orrtcc or thb PiTixjfA Kail-Pad Compavt, 1
New Yoat, July 20, lSal.
The Pmam Biul-Iload Company takes this method
" ?v of inforsanx tltoee biterertetl in the Whaling basi
nei, of the dvaaUr offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil t-tj the Pacidc vt the ! n:tnl States, and for aenlinj out
C and suifplivs trta the L'tutd Scales to Panama.
re itailrMd had been in regular and successful operation to
ll -TV than two years, and its capacity fr the transportation of
trery drscriylion of ni'chawlL-te, includinr OU, Provisions, ic,
ha heen fully teUsl. The attention of several Captains of
.J;ii; ha receotly been turned to the suhjo.-t of shipping:
fcrir Li from Panama t- New York daring the present season,
tni the Panama K-i.l-Koad Company has made amtneements
lnSi ttfry facility which maybe required ftic the acoitn-!L-iitait
'rf litis fcartrtarit obj-ct. A Hir, 430 feet tone, has
'b-a jii.it in the tuy of Puoama, to (tie end of which Freight
Cari ir'nu to rti ire carj-es fr-n lighters or ves:U lying
i-!ufirfe. aid dt,-livrr the same alone-tide of ves-I at Aspin
rU. of fr-m 20O to ZtiO t-as can lie at toe Pier with
fcii-.r, jmiundin.? in tte mu-i at Sow wak-r.
rw to and fnmi Ajpi'iwall are fat-ailir.j briss, bc-
1 icrinr to th a.til-R-'xwt Company, and the Company is pre
p r.-i t rvoive il at Panama and deliver it in Nv York,
i .'.t liira';'l I5ill mC Ldidiaz. at the rate of eight
crr. rrr rniiou. t r-rivi-d at Uie Pv-r, and nine cer.U per jral
h rtunl in the hartMr fnica ship's tackles, chartao for
c ;i;jcity of the eifWa, witlKU allowing for wanta." This
cLir; cnv. r every exjjecfe from Panama to New Yjt, in case
fi t oil ' sral thrr.och the Superintendent or ComnMrctal Agent
ct the Panama Eail-K.xi.1 C'jmpany, insurance o-ited. he
frv-mt, nviy be ma.i-j payable on the Iithmus or in New York
at t n-i o of ih-r -h:pp-r.
Tw r-jw-j of tie Canpany sail rffniiarly iemi-roontlily, and
Cir -r pass3,-i to aol from Ay.inall are about twenty to
rrTy-tive days. The time occupied in crouur the Ishmus ia
tKr ivir. Uii, durimr its transit across the Isthmus, will be
t - rrl wuh ooi or eoiveywl in covered cars, and owners
may b- .ia.- ur.-d li;at erer -re wiU be taken to prevent leaka-e.
a r-rni ear-.-its h .v ; air f Jy been eoaveyel to .New 1 orit wita-
U the si..liu Vam. J f
"il r oil r ao i. 1
fur transportatioa to toe Snper-
ir.-atlei of iht Pa
tUU-Hoat Company, or to W i Ilium
.irl-oa, I .Lira.-
Azent of tha Company at Panama, wul
lot ;th the greatest despatch.
ir t r ilTic
Hank has bn appointed Azeut at Hono-
kIs, an i is preared to furnish every requisite
JOS. T. JOY, Secretary.
iriu: L. UiVK
i.at Paruii K. R. Co., Honolulu S. I.
II A W A I I A N ,
MECHANICS' KENEKIT UNIO.V.
T.IK MEMBERS OP THE ABOVE S(f
I ET ' hell their fjunh anuu.il meeting on Friday even
k llth Uist., when it appeared from the Secretary and
-Wiaorr's tvponj that the foilowin was the state of its affairs,
i. : rv diciety at present ia composed of 26 members.
Ij-J- hare invested, principle and interest, the
anaol. . - - - - T $1,120 06
Cmi ia Treasurer's hands to date, - ill 80
i-ouit owing by Biembers, - - - 00
Kjr a total of - - - - - . - $10 30
' ikkxv, the Charter of Incorporation (which, will be found
i al3 was auanimously actxuted.
7 eiety then pr-jcewled to elect its officers, when the toJ
were duly elected Ux the first term, under the following
Carver, ra. :
u3 iLUia.VD, Presidtnt.
J. Esiibs, y'Ut-Prttidenl.
. C McL.a, Secretary. -
"uas aaeiu. Treasurer.
''a Soil , S Executive Committee.
A-it- ?srr, S
. EO. C. McLEAX, riec'y.
0fhe Ilawstiiaa Mrcbmaies Brairfit UbjIom.
Jaei na tb- twelfth day of March, A. D-, 1457, K. GUli-k-
i clfrs, did file in the office of the Minister of the In
e liawaian Isnds. a Prtitisi in accordance with the
--A mn the 17th day of April, 1j, "Relation to Corpor
atiujt fur a Charter of Incorporation for themselves.
u iites and successors, osder the- designation of The
ia Jli-chanicH' Cencfit Lnton" as a Sociity devoted to
I.' intercom-je, moral improvement and asiislanre of
? u in time of sickness :
aieref.-, I, L Komeiuuneha, H. II. M.'s 31inister of the
7jT- Vuioaat t the ie r of the aforesaid petition, in ac-
w lh a rental-mi of Ihs Kini in Privy Council, bearing
'f June ii, A. !., Itjif, and in virtue of the authority in me
hJ the Act aforesaid, do hereby erebte K. tluliUnd, A.
-s6, C. H. Lewers, O. C. McLean. W. B. Wrht, It. W.
- C. B. Ko.tke, Wm. Orriz, W. H. John-oo, J no F. Tib-
A -W-x. S tilth, c Winr, U. J. Emmes, Richard Neville,
,T,1, J- L. Kinjr, u. Morgan, J. Richardson. Alex.
r '. H . Sm.ih, and their associates and successors, a Body
2r,.e eer nader the name of "The Hawaiian Mechanics'
Loioo," with ail the privileges and immunities secured
"rporate J.,lnt stori dm panics, by the Act aXureasid, and
- JC B I'vwisioos tliereof.
at The sai 1 C cporatino shaU have a eapltal rtock of at least
?'UU1 1"llr with the privac;re of incre eg the same
f d-1 said Corporation may forever ke, receive,
'""", m lee simple, or otherwise, lands tenements and
6k Jn"'" by gift, jrraot, devise or otherwise. Dot exceeding;
F-airiy auie ur incntne of Ten Thousand Dollars ; and they
-L Uke 1 h,, by d'lesttioa, bequest or otherwise, per-
-state, so ttiat Cie estate aforesaid shall be faithfully ap-
14 rJ"Jtis P"Toe aa t ot,j.xt aforesaid, and not otherwise,
aa ' "rjo-vaaon slul' have power to sell, convey, ex:haiura
ieTT- 10 "ts Uinis, tenements or otitcr property
s tjU, mal may have and ase a com mo n
-H in k ' lt' w tKl m the same at pleasure.
t r.i !KTt7 " tbr t un"ratioo shall, at all timet, be
m , r?:1 tbere'. but no member shall be liabs for
- ii. k.. ' n-'rajion beyond Ue amount of wtml may be
i,t s B': "&ly ! "nations.
, The sai.1 I
at li j 1 ,aM DJa wetin at least once in each .
si'JO -i uftr " election .its olhcer. and the exaaiin-
w rrren T s piace. uf KiiicU puouc aitice
iuTb iTertet ia some newspaper. Incase
,1 .n JT, . . " ' ouicers at so. n meetmir, tan ot
esn,,!. 3 si'--x ou'-a their successors are duly
Crll mT?1"1 Secretary. Iu officers shall be sue
such as the
0 K mv TTVSssiojr
UVl'T' "Poo, 1 Pr,
. . ir-xrHnrr. ,
id I'tiiaa in an Court of this
ur rresuiect or twvtary tliereof, at
"a lUt L ni"u B,vle ila deemed suliicieaC service
0ir? nJw mJ h)U seal of U e InUrUr
:'"S to lit day of September, A. Vn
. O . v
department have been taken by nativesNhf Hawaii
Hiram Bingham of the class of 1S53, W
amler of 'Lb, and D. D. Baldwin of 'o7, have ca
away the palms of victory. America inupt look
to her laurels, that the descendants of cannibals Uo
not surpass the sons of the puritans, and those who
have read this notice had better turn to Cook's
Voyages and ask if America has made as great pro
gress since the Revolution as the Sandwich Inlands
have in less than half that time. Worcester Traiu.
IMPORTER iSD IKI.F.It. IX W1XES
tUiLOSa aiul CIOAP.i, L,.IIAINA, MA CI,
bid m't reiiectully to inform hi friends ani the nwiiK'nt
public iKnerally, 51 alters and Ofllcers I vws:b visit 115
Lahaina, that he hu rnwle arrainriment to lvceive rtcular!y
from iitK t'ui'erl t't--vt and Eul'UiiJ, choice a.-iorunenu of very
best nualiti-j of the above urti':lc4. Ills stocic at present ata-
lor3 london Dock Mart ell Brandy,
OtiinL, I'upcy k. Co.:a dn,
AMtrricaa do, for h!piini, iu 5 ami 10 gallon packages,
OMMononirahela M hisiy, in do do do do,
Holland (rta, in ences, kty and detnijoluu,
Sherry and purt iruie. cl.irct do., champagne,
Porter and ale, in casks asl cases.
Manila ciput and cher-xts, Havana do., and a complete as
sortment of the article n.ua!ly found in similar esrjd
lUhnienU in Europe and the L nit at States.
N. B. Particular attention paid to puu!ng up stores for ship
IV A -HE A XiOU.
rflHK IXUKRSiaXKD WOILD RE-
JL SfECTKL'LLY iiifno the put.lic tha:, iu addition to his
present extensive a -irtmriit of Ilnrdwure, he will receive
by the sliij FOKTUXA and GLA11ATUK. a larse and desira
ble assortment of
TICKET AX! TABLE CUTLERY,
Ac, &.c.j &c, &e.
All of wHicli will !e offered for s:Ue at the low-st raarket ratfS.
tii-l V. Ji. LAUD, Fiprt str-eU
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
RITSOX Si. HART have removed to the Store on
Charlton's Wharf, form-rly occupitnl by Cyrus W.
Junes k Co., and recently by M. t". Monsarrat, n ht-re tliy will
be hapfv m, we irvfature. ttZ-ii
HAVE APPOINTED- MR. fiODPREY
RUUUE.S as Ap-nt f-r the tmuaction of my business.
lie will receive ord-.-rs and make arraii?meuts for the baking
of floor. He is a No duly authorized to receive moncy.-jyc me,
an I to (rive receipts ther-for.
Samples of Biscuits, stc., can be s-jen at his office.
63-3ni J. II. BOND.
Fire lasurnnce Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
nnHE L'XDERSiGXED bees to Q-tL'y to those1 par
ities who. have insured in this otlice wooden builillnps or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in con.e
eifnence of the continued erixtion of lar,-e aud hi-h woo.len
buildinirs c! re toceth--r in narrow streets, uo more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
Liken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
KOBEIIT C. JANION,
6i-tf Aent fjr the Northern Assurance Co.
JUST .RECEIVED EX HARRIET A: JESSIE
from tfoeton au assotment of cincy glassware, &c., consist
ing in part of
S'iar lampK, shads and chimneys, lamp wk-kK,
. Wine bottles, pnuch bowls, wet lire wood pitchers,
Parion pilchet sp-xm holders, vases,
Terraoitta tete a tele sets, decanters, silvered salts,
Koae curtain pins, cabirs, ooquet tands,
Platol cake baskets aud castors,
Seta embossed plated teaware,envek( ecascs, &c, 4c, tc.
For Bale bv
C2-tf A. P. EVKRETT.
CARGO PER KAMEIIAjIEni IV,
milR UNDERSIGNED invite the attentions of deal
JL er jobbers, retail and country trdr, to the ktrse and
valuable assortment of ni'-rchatidbe just received by the aliove
nsuned ves-C imoug the tiM.ro i:niortunt articles will be
lrwn cottons, brown drilU, while mail.ipolamj,
tVhitc shirtinsrs, various Ualit:es, biue shirting,
E'ue drill, fancy drills and trowseriti(r In great variety,
White and drab cord, beo'ti.,
White mu-slin poo!s of various descriptions,
Print-1 muslins, fitrured do, fine rlotli, d'K-skin,
Uambrooms, piaitt aluams. fifnirel alpaca.
White, red and blue blankets, aM quslitie and sizes,
Fizured lustre, mouiuilo curtains, Brussels carpeting,
Velvet carpetinjr, cl-xhinjr in ?n-at variety,
Hosiery and undershirt ail o,:Uitiex,
thins of various descrijoi .ns, blue woolen shirts,
Fancy prints, true Mu- prints mournini; prii.ts,
While fcrbumi prints, Turkey red and yellow do,
eilk corahs, Knglish silks, lawns, hats, ic, Ac. A
AsMrtrd Ealisb firM-rrirs aad Liverpool
. - Simp.
Knclish white lead, paints ao.l boiled oil,
Rope an 1 canvas, bHirein - and wool packs,
Saddlery, bridles and bits, new styes.
Sheet lead, hollow-ware, slalge hammers.
Anvils (larye), crowbars garden chairs, hat stands,
WheeWJsn-ows (iron), u4 chests,
Cutlery, chest l'cks, tin plai,
Two screws for pressing wool or pulu, ass'd Iron.
Brandy, port, sherry, claret, gin and whisky,
AUsop's draught ale in hopihead m
Toutnrer's draught ale in hogV3.
Salt's draught ala in hop-t heads,
Byas' ale in quarts and pint?,
Ally's ale, Pirn's ale, Meakim's ale.
Vnchors and chains, fire bricks, bine bricks.
Slates, small money safes, pttes, (rarden rollers,
Asnmed earthenware, nappies, pipes, Liverpool salt,
Patent woven hose for fire engines, Ac, Ac, Arc
. , 6i.ti . . ROBERT C. JANION.
HONOLULU ROVAL ARtn CHAPTER,
A UNDER DISPENSATION OF THE
GENERAL, GRAND CHAPTER OF: .
UNITEI STATES OF AMfiKK-A,
VTiil liokl the'ur Reulnr MeetuifS On the second TLursday of
ev ry moo ix, at Uie Hall of the Lodgi:,
- u'Le -Projjrcs de . .'Oceanic."
;-''!-.'- ak 1 er inlrf,
stowuiw 1 .
a. r. & a. ?i. t
I.E PB,OGRES DE IVOCKANIE
r LOIOE, No. 124, under the jurisdiction of the Su
'L prime Count Q of the Grand O-ntral Lodire of France,
r working in tlie ancient Scotch Rite, hoUls its regular
meeUngs 01 the Weineday nearest the full mooa of each
month, at the old Lodgt Room, in Kuijr street.
irr Visituia brethrtB resrtectfuUy iuvited to atteml.
August V -eo-tf " H. SEA, ftcretoQ-.
SALTJ'SALT! SALT !
Or Superior Quality r-
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PUULOA SALT wohks,
Works, aloiWde the irharf or vessel. In Honolulu, and la quan
tity to suit purchasers, at the store ship Mavna LAa.
' For terms, apnly to - '
M3m DAMUL MONTGOMERY.
FRESH COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE Oil
Pickles, haras -3 oshen butter, saleratus.
Corned beef in kegs fr family " cheese, sack floor,
On hand and for stV by ;
63-it A. P. EVERETT.
77c Aim ADVANCES
mrlLO RE MADE AT HONOLULU AND
W Wur., to shippers, on merchandise to consignment
of Ileary A. Peirce, Boston. . .,,,,
60-tf 1;- W yiKUtt'nolt- -
"iSaUf - HAWAII ST.
new assurtmeut of Dm, Mur tiV
he offers for sale 01 as reHiie tern '
chased elsewhere it the isiaiais.
H3o. Hawaii, A pg. 2S, 1&57. , 6.
SHI EDAM GIS. IN CASES, .
Best Alartell Brandy, in eauks,
aSe3.urlrtW(Ifitf . .
. Asorted Uquors and Hrkling Hock, Ac. c.
, .1 ICU I3LA3TD8. We have received the past
week the usual file of our epirited wntemporary the
pacific .UeertUer from Honolulu. We wish every
friend of missions could examine the paper, that they
might see what a lately-heathen people are doin" It
is true that with the advantages of Christianity, the
vices of civilization have crept in. But the latter is
exceptional, and the former is the rule. One will die
out as the other improves the nation. Petty-thieving
garroting; meetings of the Hawaiian Floor Coinnanvl
balls, pu:fs, and other home-like matter deversify its
pages. One of the most intereO in its columns is
an account of the reception of the Missionary Packet
Morning Star 120 sailing days from Boston. Iler
best days run was 242 miles or or ten miles an hour
for the whole day. A crowd of thousand specta
tors assembled at the wharves to witness the presen
tation of a flag, where the sual amount of speaking
and singing original bymjs ftified to the trans
mission of Christian ized Ynikee influence upon the
isle of the Pacific II
But while religion, commerce and a daily press are
testifying to the nationality of those islands at their
own home, science and literature are telling the same
tale in our own land. Yale has the largest number
of N4pnt3 of any college in the land and her
grairua will favorably compare with those of any
other fSnc.n. Her mathematical prizes are
among tbeftn.honorable of the course, requiring
not only intimate acquaintance with the visible
heavens, but great aecuratfcse solution of prob
lems, and especially in the calculation of eclipses.
But three out of the last four annuaprizes in that
For sale tT
1 r -aEW GOOBS
2jcr tlxo 3JA.ix 3 oaaon,
rpiIE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM
M. Retailas and lealers general!.', that he expects the follow
ing assortment af Goods from England, in October, by a clipper
vessel, viz ; . . , '
. - - ' . WOOLEXS.
Heavy h'te Blankets, assorted sizes, Baizes of ass't colors.
Cloth Cups and Cassimere, black Bniadrloth, ass'd qualities,
ULick Orlams Ooth, Guernsey Frocks, la Jackets,
Suptai.r blue twill d Flannel, Fearuouht Jackets, .
lilack Lastiirs, black Prinoeita, Barege Bcarb,
Assorted SiU iwairf, 8:itin Scarfi,
Lamb's-wool ecaris and Merino L'ndershirts,
Flannel and Serge l'rawers.
Superior blue and scarlet flannel shirts, pilot cloth trowscrs,
lilack chantuly foils, black alpaca cloth.
' Cambrics, crinoline, cambric handkerchiefs, lawns.
Plaid lawns, mourning muslin, book muslin, jaconet, bobinct,
Muslin dresses, fancy muslins, etc, etc
TV-aims, wh!te and drab eirduroy, white shirtimr, ass'd quaL,
Ilrown cotton, bine prints, pink prints, mourning prints,
Lilac prints, knitting- cotton, printed shirting cotton,
Wiiite cotton drills, cotton handkerchiefs, huckabuck,
"Men's and Indies' rtnckinps (assorted), fine blue prints,
MaddapoUur.s regatta sliirts asv.rted qualities,
Long cloth shirts (assorted qualities), cotton umbrellas,
CariLk-'s white real thread, Piunuui's colored thread,
ULick, white and col'J thread, toweb, boys' cotton socks, ass'd.
Italian silk binding, cords and tassels, silk cravats.
Black, siik haudkL-n:hiei!, black sarsuet handkerchiefs,
Ribbous, siik scarfs, sewing silk, superior black silk,
Silt umbrellas, silk barege etc, etc
' An Assortment of Crockery
and Cut Glass.
- -a SUNDRIES.
Buttons clithes brush'-sj pUtyini: cards, currycombs,
Mackintosh coats, riding gloves, French kid gloves, gold lace.
Needles, buckskin gloves, shoes, perfumery, hair b nifties,
aKound iron (assorted), files (assorted), composition nails, '
Xraposiiiou spikes, tinman's wire, tin, IS., IC and SIXW.
Bes( boiled oD, patent anchors, chains, wilitelead.
Assorted paints, canvass, sheathing copper, cordage,
Tar, pitch and turptmtine.
AIlsop's, Byers', Buss'. Airbott's and Marzettl's ale and por
ter, iifetiiirts and pints,
3Iartell's bitiliirk braudy, in l.ht.s. and qnnrtcr caakA,
I'nited A'iueymi Co.'s brandy, in hhils. and quarter casks,
Claret, of supiftSfiusLlity, p'irt and sherry, Jamaic:t rum,
Sardines, salad j "us and jellies, while wine viu)rar,
Italian macrpj' (rTnic-lli, almonds, ie;irl s.-igo, oatmeal,
Le 'Iiti i'sT Vilnhirr Cheshire aud Stilton bheese,
York ani V estpliiilums, caiiers, tins peas, parsnips,
Tongue, libstera, etc-Os tit puis, in 1 and -Jib tin.
Orange and citron leel, currr powder nuJIigatawny, pepper.
Cloves, bacon, split peas, Ixirley and Croats, tapioca, s:tluratus,
Picuic baskew, Abtrmtliy'i tiscuit, Iiarv?y's sauce,
Worcestershire sauce, chutney , perm cauclt s, steariie candles.
. Composite candles. , . ,
Ail AssortBijenst of Snddlerj',
And a variety of other articles, bailies of the above have not
j et arrived, but are expected by 'lext mail.
, Honolulu, August U, 107. 61-tf R. C. CLOUSTON.
ER SHIP "JOHN GILPIN," AND FOR
SALE, TO ARRIVE, BY J. C. SPALDINU
Mereha Jt.liwe, Tiz
10, 12, ia, l-i, IT, lrt, 2L, ii, feet OARS
Boxes cliaiu pii'-ii- cider ;
lio..-9 preserved meau, assorb-d, in 'Jib tins ;
Boxes preserved claiu, in lib tins ;
Boxes pn-served nystn-s, in lib tins ;
Boxes pn-st'i-ved u-.'.mx meat, iu Ulb tins ,
ltbls. Ciuolina rice ;
libls. Vinegar ;
Tierces lljims :
ltbls. old ifourlion wlii.l:y ;
Cases spirits of turK iit i.e ;
Cases aicohtd, in tins t
Ke:s pure ground UijA ;
Cases blue sheetings ;
Cases painu, viz : Prussian b.ue, t-hrome yellow,
Chrome green, venuiKion retl, FrencU Line,
Rolls pump and riggil g leiiUit r.
II niolulu, Auj . U5, ISoT.
ON HAND, AND FOR SALE CHEAP BY
tlie undersigned :
Aunt Phillis' Cabin, or Southern Life as it is, 1 vol, liuo,
Ancient Ueography (Put's) with classiml Atlas,
Allison's History of EraMe. abridged, 1 vol, 8vo,
A month at Constantinople, illustrated with 40 engravings,
Annals of tvin Francisco, iilustrutl with choica "
Americsiu Constitutions of ail the States, .
Adventures and Travels in Meicc,
American Shepherd, by Morreil,
Ambition, a Sale, by Kate Willis,
American first-eiss leading Ikiol:,
Arithmetic? Emerson's, Parks', Robinson's and others,
Anatninv, Physiology and Hygeine,
Amlrew's Latin Grammar aicl lU-ader,
Alphulx-t !looks and book (colored) for cliildren.
Autography for Freedom, 1 Vol, Unio,
Aunu;U of Scientilic Discovery for IS
Aniericau Institutions and their iiiflucixe, bf TonuevillL-, ;
American Speaker, also Little Speaker,
A Child's History of Rrime, 2 volunita,
A " 44 the United StaU-s,
Astronomical Discourses, I Allen's American Farm book
American PcK-ket Library, I Apple-ton's Modern Atlas,
A Manual of EUUctl I A Pilgrimage to Kgypt Smith
Biok of Christmas (a gift book)
Bay Path, a tale of Massachusetts,
Book of the Corner, by Lelgli Hunt,
Balwer and Forlx-s' water-cun- treatment,
Bianca, a tile of Krin and Italy,
Babylon and Ninevah, Layard's second Uxpedition,
Brown's Roman Classical Literature,
" Urtx'k " "
Babylon ami Ninevah, unabridged edition,
Breeil's Management and Iis--ascs of Sheep, by Youatt,
Beech'-r's l.-ctures to young meu
Barliour's Cliancery Practic.', 2 volumes,
Buds, Blossoms aud Fruits of the Cl.urch,
Bianco a Novel
Barnes' Notes on Panie
Book of Par.or (lamat
Bunyan's 1Lcella!"ous TTorks
Bunyan's Pilgrims' Progress
Blanchani'f Sketclies from Life
Bosvrell's IJfeof Joh-ison, 2 vis
Beck on Infant Thereputics
Rajtlett's Treatise on Fevers
Bingham's Sandwich Islands
Burns' Poetical Works
Cyclopedia of Fine Arts Putnam's
Clou-Is and Sunshine, a Iranuitic Tale,
Clarke's Ieetures to Young Men,
Combe'B Klt.meuts of Phrenology,
California, its History Cappn,
ClirotelieU and VJ-oavers a Nove
Christie Johnson, f
Clerk's Assistant Jrm book,
Cranfor-L, a Novel, by thi author or Ruth,"
Churchill on the Biseases of Women,
Cyclopedia of Practical fedii-ineH, 4 volumes,
Cicero's Otliocs satd Moral Works,
Cfmpanion to t;;1?ille. (('nideru' Concordance),
Crudens Concordance to the Holy Icripiures,
Owley's Cyclopedia of Practical iiec-iiiL,
Combe on the Constitution of .Man,
Christian Melodv, miniature edition.
Courtship, as it is an-i as it ought to be
Chanticl'-vr, a Cliristmas tale
Cliihiien of Iaht Cheesboro
Col.beit's Light and Fire
C.iuuty Margins a Novel
Conchologisu Tet Bxik, illstd
Christ a Fri -nd
Cn.ley's Ilriti-h Poets
Citynd Cixmn-y Life a Tale
Cns:ir literally traii-il.it d
Christian Father nt Home
Child's Christinu Year Keble
Colamh t a Novel
Caleb Field a Novel
Chil.le Harold, by Byron
Characteristi-s 'f Literature
CyeloK-dia of I'seful Arts
Captured Nightingale Poetry
Crjsts from the Ocean World
Cowper's Tak Table Talk
Conquest of Canada, 2 vols
Choice Extracts Montagu
Doniphan's Campaign iu New Slexico,
Dick Wilson, or the Kuniseller's ictiin,
Diary iu Turkish and lireek Waters,
Durbiu's Observations in the East. 2 volumes,
Dr. Combe oa the management of cliildren,
Davies Dictionary of Mathematics,
Domestic Economy, by MiM Beecher,
Ihinclin-ion's Medical Dictionary,
Daily Monitor, miniature edition,
Dew Drops a Poem
Diary of Lady Willouchby 1
Durham Village a Tale
Duties of Young men.
Dictionary of musk: 3D'. '
Dick's Practical Astronomer
Dewee's on Children
El Dorado, or Adventures in Path of Empire,
Elements of Oeology irwy 4: Adnms,
Egypt anl the Holy Liuid--ftpencT,
Kleineuts of Zoology Chambers
Essays and Miscellanies
Koonomic Cottasre Builder
English Tales and Sketches
Every Day Scripture Headings
Ellis' Medical Formulary
Engineer's Pocket Book,
Fawn of the Pale Faces a Novel,
Fadette, a Domestic Story from the
Fresh Gleanings Da-iforth's
Flowers of all Seasons
First Families h Novel
Fifty Years Exile'
Forest and Shore
Forest Tragedy a Novul
Five Years in California
Forest Life and Forest Trees'
FloraLindsay a Novel
Pindlay's Classical Alias '
tiabriel Vane, his fortunes and friends,
Oreece, Turkey, Russia and Poland. 2 volume,
Oeral Mi Ico, 2 volumes I t-ld en Legend
Oan Eden, a tale of Cuba I tJleanings and tJronpings
Urae Culture Oeorge on 1'iiiversalism
. (Lixl ti be cuntlnvtd.)
For sale by
-62-tf II. M. WHITNEY.
E. II O FFSC II LA EG ER & STAPENIIORSTa
Agents for the
PARIS BOARD OF XXDEUWRITERS.
hes Sfssines, nj'ant et5 nonirnss Agents pour les
Assureurs maritimes le Pris, previenent le
public en general et lea Cajutaines de uavircs
: ' marchands Francais, qui viitent lea polls de or
rtyaume, cn particuliur, que dans tcut les
cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dansces parages,
ils devront, faire consUter et verifier les faits
' devant eux pour 'IJgaliser leurs rechunations .
contre les dits assureurs. ' -m-61-tf
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEU t STAPENHORST.
E1LT DE COLOGNE. Iu chnm. borth, doelght-cor-'
' ner bottles, Lubiu's eactract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc .
- For sale by - - - - -
rTWTO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
JL frame and marble plate, for saloons, common looking
Classes, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and Gobblets.
For sale by
63tf II. HACKFELD 4: CO.
1JRCNES. IN GLASSES AND BOTTLLS,
Sanlines in 4 and t boxes, .
Stearine Csrjlles, Salad Oil, demijohns Vinegar,
Assorte.1 Pickles, M ustard, Pie Fruits,
-. - Capers, Pt-ppermint Lozeiige?, ltocks and Drops,
Picnic DiS-uit, .faccaroni, Singapore black Pepper, r
. ."'ao. In bottles, Swiss Cboese,
Westplialia Hams, Sausages.
. ' For Ue by '
6J.tf II. HACKFELD A CO.
RUSSIA CORDAGE. SPUNTARN.
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Linos, Hooks and Thimbles,
Doable and single blocks, White Lead, Chrome tireen, 1
Chriane Yellow, IYussian Blue, . -a
English boiied Liaseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
' c;.. " 4 II. HACKFELD k CO.
GOLD PENCIL JA!E. marfted -isaBEbua
. M I LLEK.na The finder will be amply revarded on re-
n.moi? tlie sums to Mr. Albert ifamiiam. t .-.
1VEW 001S ! IVEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED PER "HARRIET AND
JESSIE," and for sale by the undersigned :
Zante currants, Carolina rice, English dairy cheese,
Loaf and crushed sugar, '
1 Water, butter and soda crackers, -
Ginger snaps, maccaroiii and vermicelli, ' -Bummer
savory, sage, sweet marjoram,
Cayenne pepier, sardines in 4 and i boxes,
M'hite beans, oysters, clams, lobsters.
; Curry powder, yeast powder, bnnatu ketchup,
Half gallon bottle pickles,
Soft shell'd almonds, kits mackerel, -Cod
fiali, mustard, split peas,
Vinejnu-, capers, pepper s.uce, raspberry Jam,
Strawbcry jam, cassia, cloves, piuitnui,
Black pepjier, tapioca, sago.
Pearl barley, nutmegs, citron peal, ; . 1
Pembroke salt, fine-cut tobacco,
M asnn's blacking, painkiller, saleratus '
Cream of tartar, custile koo.k white saltwater soap,
Hops, caraway seed, corn starch, ' '
French olives, dried apples, superior hams.
Dupont powder, Hingham buckets, three-hoop pails,
llaltimire cane-scat chairs, wood-seat chairs,
W illow market basketd, Aanila rupe.
Cut tails, women's buskins, "
Children's shoes, hickory siiirts, denims,
Ticking, cotton umbrellas.
60-tf T. MOSSMAN & SON.
fBMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE-
M. CEIVED per late arrivals, invoices of drugs, medicines,
perfumes and-other articles. As these goods are imported di
rect from tlie best and most celebrati! manufacturers of the
Cn'ted States and Europe, he is enabled to sell superior articles
at prices considerably loner than heretofore sold in Honolulu.
MEDICINE CHESTS constantly on hand, and fitted up In
the best and m ist complete manner, at the lowest rate. Physi
cians prestTiptoLt put up iu the neatest manner, and with the
Bay mm. Oxalic acid. Court piaster,
Cherry pectoral, Rodger's sup. knives Iotenges,
Barspariila, all kinds Indelible fnk, Hyperion fluid,
Russia salve. Essential oils, Flesh-powder,
Thorn's extract, Torth-bnifhes, Jujube paste,
Barry's tricopheroxu Combs, Flavoring extracts,
Camphor, Ivory rings, Holloway's ointment
Painkiller, Trussc, Tooth-picks,
Extract valerian, Snsens. bandages, Hat and ant-poison, '
Bitters, Tarrant's aper.ent, Lubin's extracts,
Tooth - powders and LaCeals, hair dye, Saltpetre,
- paste, ' Gelatine, Alum,
Collodion, Isinglasa. Best German cologne
Bartine's lotions, Hay's liniment, Lee's, Brandreth's &
Lip-salve, Knema pumps, Wrishfs pills,
Siioiige, wax, - IT. Dodd's nervine, Capsules, dUT.
And every other article usually kept fit a dru? "tore.
60-tf - K3). HOFFMANN, M. D.
FOR THE FAIjI SEASOlT.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
the cargo of the American ship, JOHy GILPIN, ex
pected t arrive early In October from Boston direct.
Sales " to arrive," will be made.
Bales Pearl P.iver Denims, 28 inch,
Cases blue cotlons,
Bales gutmy bags,
. . . Cases blue drills,
Bales bruwu cettons,
' Trnses bags, (2 and 1J bushels),
Casts spool cotton,
Caaes blue cotton Uircad.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
'' Cases native wouieu's shoes,
" men's kip brogans,
" tniuuelled 41 ' .
44 pat. ttnip heel pum)S,
44 bf y's Fix-neh lies,
' 44 youth's 44 4
44 men's opera slips,
44 44 pat. sewed French ties,
44 44 Congress gai:ers,
44 44 lastia 44 . . -
44 44 tliick Welted boots.
Kitts tongues and sounds
Cases Cue cut tobacco
Cases tobacco, 8s
13 lb box tohuccco, i tb lump
Boxes raisins, casos prunes,
Cases asstd essences
Cases green crni
Cases 1 Jh s:iusage meat
Cases do lobsters
Cases 2 tbs clams
Cases do boiled mutton
Cases assUl pi-eserved meats
Cases preserved qui:ices
Cases strained honey
Kegs split p?as
Kegs -'nite l&init
Cases jiiue-apple chct-ao
Cases Vermont do
Casus Goshen do
Cases t-miato ketchups
Boxes brown soap
Boxes salt water soap
Cases Townsend's saripariila
Boxes Bristol brick
Bbls bet Carolina rice,
Cases water crackers,
Cases soila do
Caa butter do "
Cases wine do
Cases brandy peaches
Cas do cherries
Cases pepier sauce
Cases cayenne lH-ppcr
Cases asstd pia fruits
Cases '2 lbs roart mutton
Cades do mince meat
Cases asstd preserves
Cases 2 lbs beef soup
Cases do oystei-s
Cases 1 lb mock turtle soup.
Halt-bbis drieii apples
Cases asst-l contact ionaries
C;ises Pembroke tal)le salt
B .es brown pepper
Luxes do pimento
Baskets superior olive oil
Cases do do do
Boxt-s chemical olive soap
Cast s mustard
Ha!f-UIls ripe seed
Half-hbls canarv seed
Half bbls saltpetre
Casks Gosiieu butter
aes aiu-kilier ALSO,
10 KEGS ALCOHOL, 10 gallons each.
NAVAL STORES, HARDWARE, Sec
Cartes boiled linseed oil,
Barrels do do do
Cases spirits turpentine,
Boxes glass, asstd sizes,
Kegs Mystic white lend.
Kegs prem. zinc paint,
Casks do do do.
Cases chrome green,
' Cises putty,
Casks cut nails, ns-td sizes,
Cases charcoal iron..
Casks American fence wire, Bhla tur.
Balls sheet iron, Hoop iron,
Asortiii int of round, square anil fiat iron.
Cases yellow metal, kegs compo::i n nails, coils licit rope, asstd
sizes, coils whale line, bales oakum, coils spunyam, coils
martin, cotton canvas, assort'-1 Nos., cotton
and hemp sail twine, roils f-lt for
ships' bottoms, usjortment oars,
Sides harness leather
Ov bows, do yokjs
Kegs staves, H gulloas
Pkgs bbl shooks
Cases juijier bauinsrs
Platform scal-s, weighin
M'ood seat chairs
Harrows, seed sowers
Hay cutters, cultivators
Nests painted covered bucUets
Nests painted tubs,
o-hixip pails, field cans
i oz to ZoU lbs.
Store trueks, ALSO,
5(K) bi'U prime pork, -To do mess l" f,
75 half-bids mess and cbur lrk, -0 kegs clear do, -25
tiero-s hams, 200 l.l-Ls 11 txall Hour, -1(0
hau'-bbls . . do do,
60,000 lb pilot bread in whalemen's casks,
100 whisky barrels containing navy and pilot bread,
60 M brick, 5 M fet cedar bo.-it btuu ds,
200 iron hoop bbls.contaiuiug Turks' Island s-ilt,
fi smixith bottom whale-boats,
6 M oak plank, 60 bbls kaolin.
An assortment of lumber, cousbtuig of ,
Dimension sta!T, . '
Best cedar shingles,
- Laths, &c,
kc, ' kc.
CTIXS. IIREWEE, 2r.
B. I:. W. FIELD,
AaJ for which the very highest prices will be given. - 60-tf
FA N N V M A JOR A large assortment of clotliing
aw. Jte., such as:
Blue flannel shirts, scaritt, flannel ehirt,
White shirts, fancy shirts,
Gray flannel shirts, Panama hats, ;
VaracallK) hats, sattint-t panLs, '
Linen pants, Jlfarseilles pants,
Cottomule pants, handkerchiefs,
' A I wholesale by ' ' '
C A. ii H. F. POOR.
1ER KAMEHAMEHA IV., IN SMALL
tins, for family use, consist Ing of
Fancy machine Biscuits, - ,'
Wine Biscuits, 1 ' ; ' '.-
Picnic Biscuits, 1
Cabin Biscuits, '
Tea Biscuits. - i
For sale by - ' , - ;
60-tf SATE3GE k MAT.
. .. smE BALLAST.
GOOD HANDY" STONE BALLAST CAN BE
had in any quantity at the store ship, Mavma Iamx for
, . One Dollar per Tou. V,
If preferred, it will be delivered alongside any vessel in ti e har
bor of Honolulu, for One Dollar and a lmif per Urn, and weight
guaranteed. " Apply t
6om - DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
- JUST RECEIVED! ' !
A'ND FOR SALE BY THE" UNDER"
- Superior Ladies' while Hose,
. .. 44 Gunt's 44 i
44 Cliildren's do i 1 1
u 44 do lace J 44 :, , j. ;
. . Ladies' Gaiters, vaijus styles, '- v
' ; Buskins 44 .... 44 - - -
; " 44 Li.ien Thread oa sixjls,
GEO. CLARK, .
62- tf Hotel street-
r PI1ICE REDCCED!
THE PRICE OF THE HAWAIIAN
FORM BOOK," by J. TV. II. Kauwnhi, has been reduced
to f3 per copy. For sale by '
63- tf II. M. WHITNEY.
, - ' - - . ..
; TEW GOODS! ' 7'" f
ASSORTED PANTALOONING, ENGLISH
Irints, table Covers, white flannel Bonnets, mohair llKta,
, For sale by
C?-tf . .; ' ' II- DIMOND.
TEEL AND CAST IRON PLOWS, ANP
Wheelbarrows, . ' For sale by
j-tf II. DIMOND. -
OAK. ASH AND HICKORY PLANKJ FOR
, tale by (Ml). . Ii. HACKFELD ii CO.
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT.
jgjj. . . The, sp(endid American Clipper SUip
Will have quick dliatch for the above jort. Freigt-.t wiU be
taken at low rates. Uhe has excellent acoanmodations for pas
sengers. Apply' to
' 63-tf . K. COADY t CO.
FOR VALPARAISO AND LIVERPOOL.
j.- The new British Clipper Ship
.fe Kameliainelia IV., i
JOHN GARRY, Master?
A 1 at Lloyd's for 14 years, 499 tons per register, will sail
in a few days for the above ports.
For particulars, apply to
i-tf " R0BT. C. JANION.
FOR NEW. BEDFORD.
The American Clipper Ship
Toltn Gil nib.
Expected to arrive about 6th October, will load for tlie above
port. . Apply to
63-2m or to CHAS. BREWER 2n.
FOR NEW BEDFORD. 1
The A 1 American ship ,
ITIary sL. Sulton,
Will receive early disech for the above port. Freight taken
at very low rates. Apply to
OILMAN & CO.
Lahaina, Sept. 4. 63-tf
FOR NEW BEDFORD.
' The fine American ship
Harriet & Jessie,
G. JANVRIN, Master,
Will meet with despatch for the above port. Apply to
N. B. The Harriet k Jessie makes quick passages, and always
delivers her cargo in excellent order.
r? Shippers of OIL and BO?t e, will nnd it for their advan
tage to ship by her. 62-tf
REGULAR PACKET FOR III LO.
SAILING ON SATURDAY, SEl'T. 13, AT 4 P. M.
THE CLIPPER SCnOONER .' .
One hundred and fifty tons register,
A. G. THCRST0N, Master,
. Will hereafter run regularly to II1LO, touching at
KOIIALA ami LAUPAHOEHOE,
When in Honolulu, will Le found regularly at J. Robinson
& Co.'s Wharf.
F-jt freight or passage inquire on board. 38
REGULAR LINE FOR NEW YORK !
FROT.I SAIJ FRAZICISCO,
LEAVING 8AN FRANCISCO REGCLARLV, 0NCJJ A
The splendid new A 1 Clipper Ship
J. W. Speni fcB, Esq., Commander,
Is now loading and will have prompt dis)atch. '
To be followed by the A 1 Clipjer Ship ?
E. F. Willclts,
JosErn W. Holmes, Esq., Commander.
For freight apply to
MOORE & F0LGER.
17" The undersigned, Agent for Moore & Fokrer, would
inform shippers here that he is now ready to ship freight
Thruutih to New York Tin San Francisco,
In connection with the barks Fanny Major and Yankee,
giving Ttirough Bills of Latlius. at low rates.
K. P. ADAMS.
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu streets.
Honolulu, August 17th, 1857. 60-istf
REGULAR PACKET FOR KAUAI.
THE FAST SAILING SCHOONER :
tVill Leieafter run regularly on the above route. For freight or
passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
20-tf HACKFELD & CO.
" s ii. ii d w i c h 13 l a rF"
Wt - PACKETS.
ifiXt ONLY REGULAR LINK FROM THE V. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Itosto:), in the months of .March, May or June,
Srpiridbrr and December.
For ftrther particulars see siieciil atlvertisemcnts ia daily
papers of the above mouths.
For freight or passage to, or draft on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
ffi- to R. W. FIELD,
' Honolulu, P. I.
R. W. Field,
Sutton tz Co
Cook & Snow,
- New York.
New Bedford. -
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from the United States are resiwct fully informed that a
FIRST CLASS SHIP
Will leave Boston, REGCLARLV, fortius place, in the month
of Septenilier or early iu Octolier, and in April or early iu May.
For freight or passage, which will be taken on the lowest
terms, please apply to .
CHAS. BREWER or JAMES HCNNEWELL,
Boston, Mass., V. S. A.,
Or CHAS. BKEVEK ii,
; ' II molulu, S. I. ,
C.IARI.E '52 SEWER,
COMMISSION M E R C HA NT, ,
HOSTON, MASS. C. S. A. .
Orders sent to him from the Sandwich Islands will le puno
tually attemled to, and mcrchandiso forwardtd in A X fast
sailing ships. 49-tf
V.iiLLS, FAKfiW CO.'S
THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
ANI) SAN FRANCISCO, J
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts 4 the
IHSTTED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
WcIIr, Fargo k Co.'s franked V. 8. Government envelopes,
wliit li pass free over the California and couxt routes, aud over
the Atlaiiti s route from San Francisco to Nw Yoi-k.
Cummissiions and collections proinptiy attended to. .
Oi 1. 1, i:$56-tf. R. COADY k CO- Agents.
-iNisareemnB's Express Co.
TLiTILY'I- Vctr th anmlv and safe trsnmnr. t-Wrrf
tntion of Mcrcliandise, Siecie, Letters and va'uable packages to
all parts of the United States. A. P. EVERETT,
' SAN TRAUCISG0
GRINBAl'M Sc CO. have just openei, at their new
' store, corner of F.'rt and Merchant streets, the most com
plete assortment of new ani
Ever imported to these island. ' The assortment comprises
all the most recent styles of
CLOTHING, It ATS, SHOES, &c.
Tigether with every description of , . .-
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Oar friends and the public are invited to call and examine. -.
' A. 8. GRINBAl'M, ' -
tt-tt . M. 8. GRINBACM. "'
NE SILVER MOITNTEO BUGGY IIAR
NiSS, . For sale by ,
CAROLINA AND PATNA RICE, CORN
Suirch, and Nutmegs, For sals by
6-J-tf IL DIMOND. ,
i CJ1IITA BICE.
T.TO. 1 CHINA RICE,
For sale by
A. P. EVERETT.
CORN AND OATS, on hand, and
F'or sale by
fi2-tf ' : . A. P. EVFRETT.
PALE BRANDY S
VERY CHOICE ARTICLE AT
61-lm . L.ITSON . HART'S."
WHITE LEAD, 25 lb KEGS, ,
For sale by
Cl-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
AK JOIST, bard Pine Plank for ship carpenter's ass
li x 6 inch, ,
For sale by
I CHAt. BREWER, 2d.
NE HORSE CART,
For sale by
-- CIIAS.BREWER, 2l.
fC M FIRE BRICKS,
J For sale br
61-tf , - - . CHAS. BREWER, 2d..
CJ AND BOXES AND SAND FOR SALE BY
H. M. WHITNEV.
piHE' UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY TTIV
U. higltest market price for WooL
63-U ...j , .4 C. A. t II. F. POOR.
BY JOHN' F. COLBUJtN.
General SaUv 77-'7'777
At Salra Room,
TO-soRKOW ! r 'rX
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1S,AC lO O'CLOCK, .,
General Sale of Merchandise. " '
C!oin out Sale
AT THE STORE OF L. II. ANTHON, ESQ.'
Oa THURSDAY, Sept. 34, at lO o'eloeU A.M.
At the Store of L. H. Anthon. Esq on Merchant street, opposite.;
the Sailors' Home, will be sold .. i '. Z
, Dry Gsodsi
Bed ticking, flannel drawers, English priuts, hair cToth .
Linen handkerchiefs, ladies' hose, gents' socks, mttHlins
. pool cottoiu satin Jeacs, toilet covers, under shirts ; :
: Dn'-k pants, do frocks, Madras handkerchiefs, shawls
Silk and satin cravats. . -(
Knlvet and forks, cork-screws, frying pans, thfrablra "
Spurs, hatchets, hammers, coffee mills, brass faucets !
Hand vices, table belht, curry comlw, scissors, padlocks -Sjoons,
spring balaiyies, carpenter's rules, hand saws
' Shovels, and a nice assortment of steel pens. - ' ; - '
Grocerien and Sundries. ,T
Preserved meats and fruits, assorted, vinesar -Sauces,
mustard, chutney, pie fruits, cod liver oil i
Rose water, tomato ketcliup. herbs, pickles, blacking
Brushes, lamp chimneys, cut glass tumblers, lamps " C "f,
Britannia tea aud coffee pots, crockery ware, lamp shades
Looking glasses, corks, tin pans, beads, bay rum
, Playing cards, riding whips, stationery .
Piano music, needles, ke.
Russia and cotton duck, yellow metal, composition nails
Fairbank'a stone tiles, Oolce Fnrnilnre, &c '
. , . : . also - : . , : ' 1 . ' ;- '
At 12 o'clock noon.
Will be offered a Lease of the STORE and LOT for a term of
Sale without ReseiTCTcrcis at Sale i
PER JOHN GILPIN FROM BOSTON,
to arrive : .
IS ales brown cotton, do denims, do bed-ticking, "'
&ales blue drill and blue cotton, cs linen-bosom shirts, ' .
White and blue cotton thread, kip brcgans, gout do, ..5
' Calf brogans, women's shoes, assui bluik. bxks, &c.
Patent charcoal irons, pahn leaf hats, out nails, whit lead, :
if oiled Unseed oil, spirits of turpentine, celestial blue, ? 1
. Chrome green and chrome yellow, Prussian, blue,
Shoe blacking, dried apples, cheese, hams, wer cracicers, "
Lf and crushei sugar, soda and butter overs,. : -Boxes
raisins, d toliacco, etc., etc, etc. - -
62 tf Fc sale by II. HACKFELD.
IIONOLTJLir SAILORS' .HOME.'1-'"-!
SEAMEN PATRONIZING THE SAILORS
HOME will iin l that the improvements recently made
will afford more accommodation aud greater comfort, having
several additional sleeping . rooms the whole enlarged and
In connexion with the Sailors' Home, is a Shipping Office,
where applications from Captains requiring seamen will be
puictually attended to.
Joard and Lodging for seamen, per week, - - 5 00
Private table, for officers, 44 44 ... 6 00
T. THRUM, Manager.
Sept. 1, 12S57. - ' (5o-3m
TO SIIIrMASTERS. .
ASTERS OF SHIPS VISITING THE
Port of Honolulu in want of seamen, will find it to their
advantage to call at the Shipping 0iT.ee of Graham k Mark ham,
where can be found whole, crews at short notice. Approved
security given fcr the amount advanced until outside the reef.
O. & M. hopes, from past experience and strict attention to
the delivery of men on board, to receive a share of patronage.
. - 63-6iu .
I HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSONS
from harlxiriiig or trusting my wife, KAl'HIKAiK,'on my
account, fur I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this
date. LEWIS JOnNSON.
W aialut. Sept 3, 1S57. 63-31
Wool, GoatSkins, Hides,
Old Copper. t
URCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
MJW GOODS ! ! !
BW. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE, TO
ARRIVE the cargo per clipper ship 44 FOitTIN A,"
from Boston, expected to arrive about the loth of September.'
The merchandise consists of
Dry (foods, ' . , ; .'')
' Whale Boats,
Turk's Islanl Salt, , .
60-tf Oars, ke., ic 4c. '
Half boxes Raisins,
J ujube Paste. For sale by
60-tf T. MOSSMAN k SON.
EX FANNY MAJOR.
CASES SUPERIOR BRANDY PEACHES
Cases good Riack Tea, . : f-
For sale by
60-tf C. A. & H. F. POOR.
TftTOTICE. The business of cooper, hitherto carried on by
.INI Mr. C. II. Butler, will be continued at the same stand, and
orders will be thankfully received and promptly executed, by
Mr. Norton, on tlie premises, or C. H. Lewers, as Assignee, who
has authority to conduct the bu&iness. 4 '.
Honolulu, Jan. 27, ISo". .31
OAK BOATS, IO, 11, 12, 13 & It
For sale by
Cl-tf CHAS . BREWER, 2d.
VGA R . '. : ' : '
- . " . EAST MAl'f, .
For sale by CHAS. ifltKWEli 2o.
H-tf A!W ;
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. .
inY ORDER OF THE COURT OF PRO
fi BATE, I hereby give notire that, at 13 o'clock, on Wed
nesday, the 30th day of Septemlier next ensninir, I shall dispose
of, at amnion, on the premises, m tha highest bidder, in parcels
to suit pnrchaoers, 12? acres of lanti, situated nt Raima, in tlie
district of llilo ; the same being the real estate of the late John
(Signed) . LOCI3 A. PAVIE,
' - Administrator.
Hilo, nawail, July 30, 1857. - : 60-65
CONSULAR NOTICE. '
. . R0V4L IlANOVKRlA.S CtlNSl xte, ' 1
City of Honolulu, July 29, 1857.
THIS IS TO GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE that
during my absence from these Islands, my partner, Mr.
Theod. C. Heurk, is duly authorised to act in my behalf as
Consul for the Kingdom of Hanover.
HERM. von HOLT, -57-tf
Royal Hanoverian Consul.
MIE SUBSCRIBER has on hand a fine assortment
ot the followinstyles of Dictionaries :
Webster's Quarto Dictionary, iu various styles of binding.
44 Octavo 44
44 . Academic do. '
High School do.
" . 44 Pr jnary . do.
For sale by (29-'l0) H. M. WHITNEY.
DRY GOODS. -
EX YANKEE, FROSI SAN FRANCISCO
Bale-j heavy Denims; , !
liidei Hickory Striie. . . -
- For sale by a '
45-tf C. A. k II. F. POOR.
-H BBLS. MESS REEF,
IM IKK1 Hs. Pilot Rn-ost
' For tale bv ' V
CHAS. BREWER, St.
UTANILA CORDAGE, small sises,
Mar Lin and Ratlin,
For sale by . -
CHAS. BREWER, 2n.-
GUNNY BAGS, '-'.:..:;:.
For sale by 1
61-tf CHAS. BREWEB,I
to suit, For sale by
K. P. ADAMS, '-'
61-tf Corner tif Queen and Kaahumanu stree(s. :,,i
ROCK SALT 1 1 ROCK SALT III
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR PACKING
(A. BEEF. For sale by
.. :V i. W. F. ALLEN,- j- ' 7
61-St Corner of (tueen and Kaahnmamt streets. -
EAVY AND LIGHT RAVEN DUCK,
Cotton Canvas, assorted Nos.
. For sale bv-
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
VElLOW 3IETAT, 16, 18. 20, 28, t and
JEL 26 on. j Composition Nails. 1, , , 1, i inch.
. For sale bv
61-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2t.
QA KEGS HIDE POISON. 5 i
&4 W For sale by
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2o.
I ADIES' FRENCH KID SLIPPERS,
g For sale at
l-tf ' GK0RQE ClARKU, note! Street.
EX HARRIET AND JESSIE.
1 SUPERIOR FAMILY CARRIAGE
For sale by .
60-tf B. W. FIELD.
OLLS "WIRE FENCING, '
For sale by
61-tf ! ' . . ' . CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
JtTST RECEIVED. '. ; "",;?"
CODFIsn, MACKEREL, SUGAR-CURED
For sale tv
50-tf ' SATIDGE k MAT.
ONE SUPER LARGE FORCE PUMP, with
Hose aud Couplings, complete, j ; s1 c -1 yr. t
. For sl. by A
61-tf ;, . 't " CHAS. BREWER, 23.
- fa - ,!W.e.ii .
BY. -iAS P. EVER ETT.
- The Sa!! of the Season!! :
. ' " : -THIS MY! ;; ' r-t
- - THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 4
The undersigned will seH at PaDlic Auction, a spTctnli.r
assortment of British and Knropesu Goods, Import
ed per KAMEHAMEHA IV., from Liverpool, and
other late arrivals.
Tbi sale will present a fine opportunity to Dealers, Store
keepers and Country Traders to biy iu a stock of suitable Coodk
for the FALL SEASON.
A longer uotic-" Uian asoal is given to enable parties lo the
otbrr islantl to make arrangements for supplying thwt
selves, as tlie stock of Prints, aad of other suitable goods, will
probably be closed out- ...
T7 The sale will commeute at 10 o'clixi A. 31 at the sr .
of Robert C. J anion. - - . ,
Terms at Sale. : - -
A. P. EVIHIETT, Auct'r..
Genera! Sale of llerchand.se; - ,
. .. . . . .
At Sales. RlOii, .' .
On TUESDAY, Scat. 82, at lO o'clock
- ALSO--- - - -.x
On FRIDAY, Sept. g.V. at IO o'clock.
GENUINE SCOTCH OATMEAL. "
UST RECEIVED, PEPi KAMEII AMEHa"
It., and for sale by 1 1
. 60 tf
ar l '-ri ti rt t. x v
STORAGE. ; :- "' h ' '
FEW TONS OF LIGHT MERCHANDISE"
will be taken on stctrage at rea jnutMi rates ia a good, dry
cellar removed from the danyer of tire by . ,
52-tf. C. A & U. F. POOR, 't
BBLS. CEMENT. - 1 :
20 bbls Calcined Plaster, .. . . .... .
10 do Moulding Saiut,
do Cround Marblti. -,
, For sale bv
: " CHAS. BREWER, 2i.
IlyL OIlS, KukIuJi (IroiKTies, Englwh SrHtap, Tor siue by
. . . . iim)i 1 1 r 1 4 v 1 r
SL juiy 1, l-ti
ROBERT C.J ANION.
PERM AND WHALE OIL for side by
. 6S-IX rut.tir.t
SMALL SIZES MANILA ROPE,
P.. fi F1ELI
I EXPECTED PER A NT I LL A ' FROM.
j llreineu, uu here the ei.l of this tiiotilli, and for sale by
the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints
Bales emb. eamltric haudkfs. '
do table linen -
do liueu tape, do thread
. do Water's best quaL 6-coril
spool cotbHi . . -
do sup. white UaniMl -s
do ptd. woolen tnbI.-coveTS
tlo tuf!tas, oiled silk t
do wh. silk cam. lulkfs with
fancy borders '
do ladies' veils, asntd quul.
- do black quitts i ,
do scarlet aiB. blue I jlaukcts
do sofa carpets
do . uournuig uo
do . of Madapulams
do of suerior shirting
do printed jaconets -
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets & mull muslin
' do Swiss nin?liu aud rolics
do book muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin ..
do linen drill . ' ;
do do handkerchiefs .
do cambric do
do lawn do
M'hite and black sl'.k gloves, fnr l-wlies aud gentk-mi-n
Silk ami mohair mils, enibrol.lp5red sleews and eulliirs.
Bracelets, coimres, kid gK vtg, vt aborted silk
Ciisi-s asstii trimming oiris a-.al but tons j'
Woolen and cotton frins, bUick mantillas ,
Cases assorted sUkimts, do cocks
. -. CiiiUlren's socks atid slockincs, silk and woil uruIct-stirU j
Ladias rldiii? hat (great variety), Amazonia hat
Children's hat-triin'miiig.-, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety i
English silk umbrellas, for Uulii-s an! goritlemen
Vei-y superior portmmiuiies and ladies' ni-ixasaries
. Indies' fiuicy note paper atd envelopes
, " Ladies iinmitution combs, U asstd ttiinns . -
' lilack cloth pants, do buckfkiu p:uib, fanoy do d
Irge assortmeut of dilTt reiit qualities cotton panls
Ijirtre asstirtment if half wrolen panb"
Assorted cravats, Mack Siitn vesta, white piiu-j do
'' ' lllnck AliMcca coaU, pilot cloth, tnuukey J ickets and psnts
' Scarlet and blue serin: shirts, white cottou do
., Lauilts-w.xJ umler shirts ami drawers
Bleached aad unbleached cotton under-shirts' anJ dpti
-' Linen busotn shirti, fancy cotton do, of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf tats, Leghorn do, silk susK-ndcrs
1 Silk garteni, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
1 English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle d-ttliS
Silverid bits, sturuits and sjmrs, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, jKiteut leatlier shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paia-r, letter paer, f.Kil.acap do, bUI do
Paint brushes, she brunhes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, bin.p do, jweket books u
, Water lxttle (stone), rocin pa(Mr aud lioriers
' Painted boxes, glass Iteadi!, koa-hamlle tmtcher knives
Table knives and forks,.ren and pocket knives -
Scissors and Jack knives, small chitius, hooks and eyei
Rasps and files, assorted, btiug screws
Iron and brass screws, looks, spunevs, h-ory conilM
Plated candle-sticks, Willi U-Jip shadef, lallie nanl ti
1 Pearl butvous, cast-steel lunul saws, best. Euclish laisor ,
' Ladies' pen and poek.-t knix-s, assul ; jw-ncit case
ilatch boxes, inkstands, plated buskets, ic. .'
Wax tapers, Britanuiii metal, tea and ct iiee pjU , , ,
Casks hollow ware ' ' 1
- Korsale ly ' '
Ci-'J ' - i- II- H ACKFELD k CO.
Jy PAPER-, yt r
50 reams laiii and ruled c:ip taper;
100 reams plaia and ruled letter liix-r; . 1
... rir sale i-y
tt. M. WLUfNEV.
FOR SALE CHEAy,
NE SET OF RUSSIAN CHARTS of the North
53-tf ' u. A. & 11. r. tuuit-i
notice to" contractors:
Okficu ScpmtiNTExbAsr BrucAV Smt.ir Works,
, Honolulu. -21 September 18u7.
PROPOSALS will lie .received at this Otiiee until tbf
15th instant, for furnishing 7000 coral stones, feet lot?,
2 feet inches aide, and about 8 inches thick, to be delivered sx
the M liarf iu Hoijoiulu witliiu 3 months front this date, for the
ptu-pose -if building an Embankment Stone Wall for the Market
AISO l'rnposul fir laying about li5 cubic fathom of
at the above Wharf, according to I'jans and Sitecilicatiotis to b'
seen at this Office.
. The Government reserves to itself the right of rejecting any 01
all pr"i"abi ttiat may be oC'eredi. . - J
R. A. S. W.M.n,
y 62-2t ' ' ; - " ': Snp't Bureau Public Work. k
NC II O RS, CHAINS, CORDAGE,
75 Coils Miuiilia, 11 to 4j inch,
'50 44 Russia tarred Rtiie. 24 to 7 do., - ' -
6 Ancliors, weighing frnn 1700 to JOOO lbs., . i : '
3 Chain Cable's, li inclt, 70 fathoms eacli, ' . ,
Al?o-r- '. V
" ' 5 of best pntti rn Ships' Calt.xcs, patent of 1S53, '
l 15 Cabin Stoves, ftrtr cal or wood. '
For sate Uiw by . (14-tf) ' J- C. SPALDING, j
TROXG HEMP BAGGING 42 inches wutr; t,or r
backing and Osnrihurgs for sale at eeonmieai rates oy , - - -Jy
1, 1-tf : : : . ROBERT C JASIOM. . . . f
FOR SALE - -;--:-'
Y THE UNDERSIGNED Irtoii butter, :f
Pork, . .- il
estphalia lioins, ,, - ,
' ' - Split peao, 1 .1' J-
r . . Vineirar, " :
-.- Lime juice, ..- . ..;
Pit-kk - ... ' -
" - ' Pio fruity - -
: - CatMlleS. . j
L. TELESIO, j
S6'-S - Corner Nnuaiiu and Queen streets. '
JUST RECEIVED, EX HARRIET AND
. . Loaf suirar in half boxes, . ..
Oranubaed sugar in half barrels,
, y - Crushed sugar i:i half barrels, " -
Dried apples In half bbls, . '
'. for sal-i ly
6!-tf ' ' ' SAVIDOE k MAY. '-
CORN MEAL, FRES I GROUND
Amerie.nn mess p;rk
- Good white tienns ' 4 ' " " . i; '
In quantities to suit, at ; " ' .
.43-tf SAVIDWC Jt MAY'Sri4
. , ,j r-,
. SILK ITJIBUEIL.AS.
JUST RECEIVED a few superior sUk urbrellar,-ws
sorted sizes. For sale by . .
60-tf 1 ' B. I. ?V0w".-
. HOY WANTED. f t
IN A COMMISSION STORE Ona whassparmu
live tu town, and Alio cart write a lair b:ind. Any one. r
-wh!rig a situation will aildres b-tx A., H.tnolnl-J Prt-ouloe, in
hacdnritiug of spplica'tt, stating address, erme, kc, . 00tf
CURRANTS X ! CUltlLlNTS It -
JUST RECEIVED PER "KAMEHIAMEU A
I V.. from Liverpool, a suirior article, in tine jars, sitlt-
b! for lamily ue, for s.ilj 0 : '- .
-60--r ... , . C. T. MATTHEWS.
, . . ' , . iiraanu Street.,
AVANA CIGARS For rud.) by' ,.n .. " '
aj-tf Corner uualu and tjueen street".
AX MATCHES IN TI?f BOXES '
. .' - sortie by .,
; Ia. TtELEslO,
69-tf ' ' ' ''."' , Corner Xuouja ami thieen street.-
R A NSPA RENT WAX CANDLES-
' i ror sate y - '
i -.. . U TELESljO,
59-tf,. - C-r.-er Qum a:Kl Xuuanu streets.
PIPES CUTTER'S For ails by ' , C
. V-- ; L. TELESIO,
59-tf ' " , 7 . Corner Qucifu and Nhuhiiu street.
TO WOOL AND PUMi DEALERS. 4
JUST RE CE IV K D-Per JUraehameha IT.;
AVool Pncbn, such as are ute-.l in Australia, ami
adapted for packing wool, pulu, or any article that requires
pressing. . ; "
i.. ... .. ami.. . ' ' !,v v. r : ' ' . -i '
.: WIRE FENCING, ' ; A;
; For part tcul irs apply at the olRce of ' i :.:
65-tf . , ,,. - K0BERI C. JAXlO. .
? r ' HAWAII AN BE EI1. -
THE SUBSCRIBER t.iiT h.-ive conwUntlv on ' baud
best Hawaiian Beef, paoked In Turks tfJawt salt, and wsr
rauled, under the snperv-jsi-.m of J auto ,i;tkee4 Ksq-, fbrsaie-bT
S4 tf . CJJ V?;.BKEU'ER io.
... -.i- .
nruvo . new york v r ays. tMnpn?,
1 Sets HariMosiar . iIm
: ..' "" '.'' ' Ttt p.-i' hv '" '
i3. .: CRASitRETrEL-Ct,
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