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" What a Gooi Faa-owo ? How is it that a man
boold farm, to do the most credit to himself and his
landlord ? It is the general question that must , be
."considered. - A crop of turnips, a herd of cattle, or a
ample of seeds lias made many a one's fame, ere
now; though, after all, these can only be individual
items in the account. It is the uniform and method-
. kal excellence of a system that in the long run will
be the most likely to pay. . . To be sure, some hare
- wooed fortune, and wooed her well, too, by directing
their energies more particularly to one especial branch
- of the pursuit. Such, howerer, at best, can be but
exceptional. Their very success depends on there
being bat few others anywhere near an equality
With them. Whereas good cultivation, on a limited
area like ours, can never extend too generally; while,
where we are called on to fashion a model farmer,
we can only repeat that we should hare him to mainly
depend on the thorough harmony of his arranjeinents.
T.ikw an accomplish! musician, or a real gentleman,
there should not be a note out of place, or an orna
ment but what was warranted by its use. And why
not bare a model 'farmer ? We have prize oxen, re
nowned sheep and famous pig Beyond these eTen,
riespite the flow cf ridicule with which it was so long
attempted to swam the effort, we have still premiums
for good laborers. Each, in its several ways, baa
been found to answer. No man was ever yet the
worse for a little well merited distinction. And we
. better that agriculture would suffer no harm from
having a few more of her model men to point . to.
"Mark Lan Express.
A Shall Hems. The argument may be all in
, fiiTor of great sue, but the fact are all the other way.
" Large horses are more liable to stumble, to be lame
than, those of middle size. They are clumsy and
cannot fill theme! Tea so quick.
Overgrown animals of all descriptions are less use
ful in meet kinds of business, and such questions, we
oggest to the lovers of overgrown animals, as the fbU
' lowing ; The largest of any class are an unnatural
growth, They have risen above the usual mark, and
it costs more to keep them in that position, than rt
Would were they more on a level with their species.
Follow nature," is a rule not to be forgotten by
farmers. Large cows are not the best for milk.
Large oxen are not the best for traveling. Large
hogs are not the hog that fatten best, and large hens
axe not the best to lay eggs.
Extremes are to be avoided. We want well formed
n;m.l rather than such as have large bones. Odd
as it may seem to the theorist, short-legged animals
almost invariably prove to be better travelers than
any. Short-legged soldiers are better on a march,
and the officers say they endure hardships longer than
those of longer limbs.
On choosing a horse take care oy ail means mas
his hind legs are short. If they are long and split
'apart like a pair of divider?, never inquire the price
of the horse-dealer. Horses that are snug built are
not always fast travelers. It is no easy matter to se
lect a horse that is perfect in all points. Snug and
' toagh horses are not fiat on the road. The fastest
trotters are not always made for very hard service.
MxASTTXiiffJ Laxd. A surveyor's chain is 4 poles,
or 77 feet divided into hundred links, or 792 inches.
A square chain is 16 square poles, and 10 square
chains is an acre. Four roods are an acre, each con
taining 1,240 square yards, of 34,787 feet, or 24
yards 28 inches on each side. A pole is 5 yards and
a half each way. An acre is 4,840 square yards, or
- 69 yards 1 foot 84 inches each way, and three acres
or 120 yards and a half each way. A square mile,
1,760 yards each way, is 640 acres; half a mile or .
880 yards each way, is 1C0 acres; a quarter of a mile,
440 yards each way, is a park or farm of 40 acres;
and a furlong, or 220 yards each way, is 10 acres.
The above extract from Porter's Spirit, which has
been going the rounds, is in some respects incorrect.
A surveyor's chain is 4 rods of 16 feet each, or 66
feet, or 792 inches; in length the chain is divided
Into 100 links. Ten square chains, or 100 square
poies or rods, or 4,840 square yards, or 43,560 square
feet, make an acre: 80 chains, c 320 rods, or 1,760
yards, or 5.280 feet each way, make one square mile,
or section of land of 640 acres. . -Q
Ccnxxo Bacox without Smokk. To smoke the best
bacon, fat your hogs early and fat them welL By
fattening early you make a great saving in food, and
well fattened pork. Then kill as early as the weather
will allow, and salt as soon as the animal beat is gone
with plenty of the purest salt, and about half an
ounce of saltpetre to one hundred pounds of pork.
As soon as the meat is salted to your taste, which
will generally be in about five weeks, take it out, and
. if any has been covered with brine, let it drain a lit
tle. Then take black pepper, finely ground, and dust
on the bock end as much, as will stick; then hang it
up in a good, clean, dry, airy place. If all this is
done as it should be, (it ought to be done now,) you
will have no farther trouble with it, for by fly time
in spring, your bacon is so well cured on the outside,
that flies or bugs will not disturb it
Curing bacon Lslike the Irishman's mode of making
punch, He said : Put in the sugar, then fill it up
with whisky, and every drop of water you put in
after that spoils the punch." Just so with curing
bacon, after following the directions given above,
every drop of smoke you put about it, spoils the
bacon." Ca madia A gricultarUL
IJ. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE
THE CARGO NOW LANDING
HARRIET & JESSIE," FROM BOSTON,
assortment consists in part of the fcllowing named art!
Cases all pink prints,
Fancy prints, asstd
Bales Keswick Ginghams,
Bales old Cavendish cotton
Trusses Mackinaw blankets,
Trasses Eagle blankets.
Bales gray twiUed flannel,
Red twilled flannel, .
Bay State felting,
' - linen carpeting,
- fneeocke striped checks,
Sbetscke asstd stripes.
Clip prints, plain shade assd
' Bleached sheetings.
Oil carpeting, asfttd,
Wh ex ex palm leaf bats,
Tery superior Maracaibo
Fancy aipau is, -Black
Black mad gray prints,
W oiM sewing cotton.
Bio sewing cotton,
Li sen thread wa A but.
tfilk parasols assd pat'ns
Uiobe btaa drills.
Globe cotton tlnnnrls,
Asswl Rob Roy,
Tine Mae sheeting,
Ucrrimac true Nues,as
leghorn Bd F B hats,
Canton bound hats,
Black wool hats.
M errimac pink prints.
Coots and Shoes.
Men's thick dnaMe soled boots,
OoM peggel brogans.
Kip brncans, lined and bound,
Fine calf Oxfard tiea,
Gloved legged Oxford ties, patent foxed,
" . Prab doth Oxford ties, patent foxed,
Black cloth Oxford ties, patent foxed,
Enameled sewed Downing, eyed, -
Black sewed Listing Downing,
Enameled patent pumps,
Brogans, assorted styles,
Congress boots, assorted,
Extra fine calf boota,
Indies' faocy btukins,
- Hororeo boots, plain,
. Morocco boots, eslnred,
M - Kid Congress buskin,
W Patent tipped buskins, -'
m Tard laces, tipped,
Goiters, assorted styles,
Bootees, assorted styles,
Slippers, assorted styles.
. " Congress boots.
Childrea's shoes, assorted pattern.
Irm gapcrfa SsiaTolk Coaaty Mill Floar,
rsfci best Carolina Dean nee, , - -
Kegs Carotin neau rur,
i Boxes best renned loaf sugar,
llf barrels best crushed sugar,
Hf barret best granwlated sugar,
Ilhds supenor butter,
t - - Hf barrel dried apple,
- . , . Cases English Dairy Cheese,
: Cose ronneo ssru,
Cases pruiMS in glass jars,
pM-t in perk w olive o&V '
. Cans dried currants.
. Boxes ground pepper. ' -
Boxes grouud ginger,
. - Boxes grouod cassia,
- Boxes groundes, dov
s ' - . - Boxes ground Pimento, .
' Boxes ground Cayenne,
" Boxes ground moMard,
- Cases Pembroke salt, ! '
- ' " Cases maccaroni,
Case vermicelli, ,
Boxes Jayw tobacco,
Caaca Araerleaa tebacco,
... . k 1 ' .iitsfcosrsb
Cossa Caveodish tcboceo, Tictoria Regina,
Wflf VlVflhl ftttfir. I s II .1117 ftiht II I I 1 1 Hi M I II II V U If!.- II ill 1 1 1. 1. it. LM rr . - -mLV II A, JJ Jf A-Al Va : wrr
GIXJIAjV & CO.,
LAHAINA, MATJI, '
ARE NOW RECEIVING, PEJ LATE AR
RIVALS, a large stock of
Naval Store, "
, ' Groceries,
Which they offer for sale at lowest prices.
New Pilot Bread, ," New Navy Bread,
Eastern Flour, California Floor,
CornMeaL - American Mew Beef,
Bice, . . American Mess Pork,
Hawaiian Beef. .
Ot different brands, warranted.
No. 1 brown sugar, Koiva entfTV-e,
Bo. S brown supar, . Hilo coffee, .
; No. 1 molasses, Cases crackers, -
- Black tea, ' - Assorted meats,
-Z :. Green tea, ' Oysters,
Preserved peaches, Clams,
Preserved quinces, lobsters,
Preserved pie fruits, . Corn, -.
. American butter, Peas, &C-, ftc
Ii?ans! Beans Z ' i
Iresh Island-prown beans, lance flat - lima," beans, J '
Hmu white " home" beans, Jong speckled " California'' do
Boots Si, Shoesw
Tfeavy leather boots, do broRans, fine boots, lined brogans,
Half boots, fine twagans, buckskins, slippers, tc
. Paint, Oil, Ac
Pure white lead. No. 1 do, black pa'" ?TWn r ,
Pnuaian Woe, chrome yellow, TerUiprU, linseed on, .
Bright vaminn. black do, copal do. spirits turpentine,
Coal tar, lamp black, paint brushes, sash tool brushes,
Assorted numbers cotton duck, heavy Raven's duck,
light Raven's duck. '
An assortment of fine clothing, pants, shirts, socks, cravats
under shirts, haoxlkerchU.fr, Ac
Lances, harpoons lrnnai one-flued irons,
Bomb lances, whaling guns, &c .
A constant supply of new, Irish potatoes, new sweet potatoes,
onions, pumpkin, always on hand in shipping season, and sup
plied at short notice.
rr Together with a general and full assortment of merchan .
disc usually found in a Ship Chandlery ertablUlunent.
Lahaina Sept. 21.
IRISH POTATOES !
AT LAHAINA OR HONOLULU.
F KALEPOLEPO, or Jiaii,
b. full, utvixiretl to furaisn,- at ii"nr,
firm Irish F"tats. at ine in, "" .-.
Jtfewws. tilLMAX A CO., or at Honolulu, Ouhu, per schooner
SI KI A, Captain Molteno end has uuule such arranifementa
as he expects will enable him t furnuh an ample supply at
eitht-r pUcedurinu the Sprin season.
Kalej..lepo, Maui, St-iHemtr 30. 1557. P8-3"1
.... ... . . . ...! Ikmitffh
jrST iwvtred bv the under.'icned, the
appointed Aftent of C. C. Brant, a fine kit of his fan- Xf
proved Grss and Lascks of the largest size and latest r
patent ; also a 6-w of the small lances. A sample amj uo "
at the office of C.X) 'iUiams Co., and A. J. Cartwripht, Ksq.
aiof W A. M. G0UDARD.
OP WIIAL.ESIIIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at
$9 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 ceuts per lb ; sheep, at $3 per hea.1-,
and groaU at $ 1 60 head. Abo al the port of HanalW, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and Rd an
chorale in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be bad at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruits
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
rr Woud always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (fA-tQ C.EORGB CHARMAX.
IIAWTAII,JV BEEF !
OXE THOUSAND BARRETTS HAWAII AX
BEEF. Lourada and tpnor'a branl, will be parked
in rock-salt, for the fall season. Guarantee given as No. 1 by
the sole airent. A. f. tr.HLll.
ICT Also, on hand, small packages for family use.
ANCHORS AND CHAIN'S.
TIIE AGENT OF THE HUDSON'S BAT
COM PAX Y ofT-rrs i sale at the followiug cash prices :
js5sskr-Ms . I rtcd "' .
If on time, a small advance on the above prices or approved .
bills on the U. States will be taken in liquidation at the rate of
per cent, premium on the cash price.
Honolulu. 23, 1S56. 13-tf
ANCHORS, CHAIN'S, CORDAGE, fcc
7S Coils Manilla, 11 to 4i inch,
60 44 Russia tarred Rop. 2t to 7 do.,
0 Anchfirs, weighing from 17u0 to 2000 lbs.,
3 Chain Cables, lk inch, 70 (athotns each, -
5 of best pattern Ships' Caliooses, patent of 1S55,
14 Cabin fecoves, fr cml or wood.
Tor sale low-by (U-lQ J. C. SPALDING.
CORDAGE AND CIGARS The agnt of the
Hudson's Ba Company offers for. sale the following, in
lots to suit purchasers, vis :
Manila Cordage, U, 2, 21, 2i, 21, 3, 31, SI and 4 inches, la
all 42 coils.
10 coils whale line; 20,000 Havana shape cigars No. 2. 17-tf
MASTERS OP SHIPS VISITING THE
Port of Honolulu in want of seaman, will find It to their
advantage to call at the Shipping Office of Graham A Markham,
where can be found whole crews at short notice. Apiwoved
geeurity given for the amount advanced until outside the reef.
G. At M. hopes, from past ei-nnce and strict attention to
the delivery of men on board, to receive a share of patronage.
Cases fine kiln-dried meal,
Roxes Castile snap,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
Kegs white beans,
Rasketa Ivvoy champagne, qts,
Boxes salt wt'er soap,
Barrels Turk's l.-land salt.
Cases milk biscuit.
Cases gil.ger snaps.
Cases water crackers,
Cases bulb-r crackers,
. Cases soda crackers,
Bundles hoops, ,
l'ics BUiirrfc figs,
Roxes summer savory,
Boxes sweet major am,
Vrnrlian Blind, ansrled color.
I?f bbl staves and heads,
Nests llinghara buckets,
Nests Hingham boxes,
Rattan market baskets,
'Willow market baskets.
Painted cedar pails,
Kxtra brooms plain, '
Rattan brush baskets,
Matting brooms. ' -
Complete dinner sets.
Complete tea and coffee sets,
Complete toilette srts.
Demijohns, hf to 3 gala,
Assorted wine glasses,
V hite stone mugs, -Htone
Stone bakers, .
Hardware and lYaval Stores.
Boxes glass, assortel sizes.
Kegs Fab-mount pure white lead,
Barrels chalk, ' . '
- Improved cooking stoves complete,
American cook stoves.
Casks nails, assorted sizes,
Bales navy oakum.
Bundles sheet iron,
Improved revolvers, t
C 9 iHanters hoes, , - '
Eagle planters' hoes,
Patent pad locks,
Sister books, assorted.
Hoot's U s hatchets,
Brit tea spoons.
Best German harp,
Cut tacks, assorted,
Copper tacks, assorted,
Brit table spoons,
French forge sjtoons, -
Cooks' baiting spoons, Tea kettles,
nets table knives and forks,
Sets dessert knives and frks.
Buck carvers, C 8 files.
Taper saws, Cabinet saw,
Pets carpenters' tools, Wbipe, asutd patterns, " ,
Co (Tea mills, Ship scrapers.
Patent sad irons. Tin Plates,
Iron plates, Card matches.
Sauce pans, . Tin puts,
Iron kettles, C S shovels, C 8 spades
Lamp wicks, Solar lamp shades. Lamp chimneys, No. 1 A 2,
Complete assortment of solar lamps,
Ships' lanterns, guarded, , Manila bed cords,
Manila clothes line ; Cotton clothes lines,
Manila sacking, - Ohio axes.
Best Ohio ash oars, amorted sizes.
Best proved chain cahles, assort 1 sizes,
' Best M anila rope, assorted sizes,
..Best Manila whale line, ,
Best M anila bince warp, '
" Two yarn spunyarn, v
I Three yarn spunyarn, ' '' -:
'Marline, Housune, Vtormliue,
Casks medium bread,
Casks navy breail,
Sbpbbls pilot bread,.- '
Bbl saperinr hams, " -
. Jtc Ac .
' KNs mess beef,
BMs prime pork,
BMa clear pork,
fcc, - 60-tt
AI - SO
. i- r: rig-rri g iAe.L,00i .'""r : " . .- -
Date and Port of
Honolulu, Sept 29
A. Fraxier, bk.
Hlnck FjkI, bk
Laiama, Oct 7,
N B Kod
C. W. Morgan
K. L. Frost
Ltthaina, Sept 14,
1S55 N R
F. Henrietta bk
156 N 1 .
1854 1 F 1J
1855 " (
1357 N L;
Tjihaina. Oct 6.
Kealake., Ang 23
nooolulu, Oct 6, K
1S54 N L Kod
Lahaina, Oct 2,
Helen Mar, bk
Honolulu, Oct 8,
Lahaina, Oct 7,
J as. Maury
Lahaina, Oct 3,
F II Arc
J no. Coggeshall
Hilo. Sept 12,
NOTICE TO TIIK liAHIES.
A MOST SPLEXBIH ASSORTMENT OP
Lulics1 bonnets anl Tuiicy pls is just receive.1 by
the " Karaehameha IV." from LiveriooI and Loudon, among
wluch may be funil "
Kich silk bonnets, elegantly trimmed -
A great variety of Tuscan bonnets
A great variety of straw bonnets;
Girls brood loaf Leghorn hats
Girls' broad leaf T'T?can bats;
Chil-.i,s fargr h'odg;
Lartirs' mohair cronets; '
Children's wnA ImmiIs; 4
Black silk lace, white blond lace;
Ijulies' patent corstts, blond quilting;
Worked cambric oolliirs;
Children's lace socks, silk and wool girdles;
And the most splendid assortment of r.bbvns ever offered for
ins)iection in this market.
60-tf GEO. CLARK. Hotel street.
NEW LPMBEIt VARI) The sulxcribers have on
h.nd. and are oonstanllv receiving direct frmn Oregon, at
their Yard on Kmg street, formerly occupie.1 by C. W. inccnt,
sq., a lull supply ot mm lie: suuame vt me irwic.
JL'ST R EC EI V ED, ,
. Ex brie " Adinnre" and bark " Metropolis, a
complete assorUnent of boards, scautliug, plank and joist of all
Cednr fence posts and pickets. . - .
AH of which will le sold at lowest prie.
&8-tf 11- 0. LEONARD A Co.
. P. JL'nn. AT TIIE CORKER OP FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment oMMskases of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Drcgs and JiKMCiNEs of the pest
quality. lie sells also
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate, 7
Oxalic acil, St. Iguasius beans, nux vomica, opium,
' Prussic aciil, alcohol.
, Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soaps. -M
iacr I Innrsnx.
Saeo, fiearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac,
Writing and marking iuk. Sands sartaparilla, -Soda
water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
XT Easily found when wanted. 6-tf.
SUPERIOR BOURBOX WHISKY,
1Lf 0OG AIIELA "WIIISKV '
A." JL , ; Chamiacne, pints and iuurts,
' " ' . . . For sale by
.47 ' B. W. FIELD.
OR SALE BY
B. W. FIELD.
EPSOM SALTS, PIIIALS-For sale by
47 B. W. FIELD
OL.AR Oil- A SUPERIOR ARTICLE
for sale by B. W . FIELD. July 1, 1856-tf
IROX BEDSTEADS, single, d .ul.le, wnd children
Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Colli d Furniture, lirassware
Chests of Tools, Uoor scrapers sc. Ac, ri-r sale by
Jyl 1-tf ItOBKBTC J ANION.
JJAX FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD in cases,
3 . For sale by
42-tf - A. J. CARTWRIGnT
"3f CASES IVoeived per "Yankee," for sale by
47 -' - B. W. FlrXD.
OR SALE BV
47 B. W. FIELD.
AXD FOR SALE, a few copi of Jarves' " Scenes and
c . : .. .1 u 1 : 1 T . i
60-4 . H. M. WHITNEY
DRY G0OD9 and CLOTHING, In gr.-at variety f,r sale' by
Honolulu, July 1, 1856-tf - ROBERT C. JAN10N.
J1PSOM S A LTS For sale by
Osfark BUSHELS TURKS ISLAND SALT
J-tU . . -For sale by
CUAS. BREWER, 2o.
tTIOOKlNG STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE
.. ,w - - - - Jfor sale ov
61-tf. - z CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
ENGLISH WII ITE LEAD , . . v
- Forsaleby . .
43-tf '"- A. J. C ARTWSI GHT.
nOLLS WIRE FENCING.'-,
I - I i 2 1 I .. I - . -
Jam. -'. - T -. ; - .Forsaleby
ii sssw - . mn
Z 3 BP Wh sp wh cp no
July 22, 5 whale
Sept 4, 3 whales
and 20,000 lbs ivory
July 20, 4 whale
Sept 4, 750 barrels
Aug. 27, off SU Paul's, S whale
August 25, 750 barrel
Sept 4, 9 whale
Sept SO, 4 whale
Sept 6, 6 whales
August 30, Bristol Bay, 2
Amr. 15. 3 whales
September 4, 2 whale
July 1,3 whales ;.
August 25, WO barrels
August 25. 1200 bHrreU
August 20, 6 whales
Aug 12, 3 whales
350 300 850 300 7
August 25, 1200 barrels
Auirust 25. 1000 barrels
August 25, 800 barrels
Aiifrrmt 27. 1000 bbls
ScpUanbi r 10, 1300 barrels
August 25, 2J00 barrels .
September 4, 600 barrels
August 25, UOU barrels
Jane 1, 1 whale
340 2C00 140 000 1100 OAOO
July 22, 7 whales
letter part of August, 2 or
A n .int 25. son barrels .
September 4, 650 barrels
Srit-mler . 1400 barrels
September 4, 900 barrels
Latter part of August, WJU
Ijtt'r part or Auirust, 4 wnaiea
August 5, 8 whales
August 27, 400 wh, 100 sp
September 4, cl-an r
Seiitemler 7, 500 lwrrels
August 2a, 450 barrels
August 15, 1 whalo
Heard from August 10, 1
Septemer 4, 5 whales
S..ntHinlrfr 8. 1300 barrels
In July, 1 whale this season
200 2400 ,1050
Sailed Sept 25
September 2, 1 whale
August 27, 700 bbls
Latter part of August, 1 or
August 25, 10OU Darrcis
Septemlcr 8, saill from
ScptemwT 4. 300 sp, OoU wn
August 25, oOO bbls
100 3000 000 000' 0000
August IS, 10 whales
August 25, 1000 barrels
80 2S00 lTOOiOOOO At Honolulu, Oct 5
September 4, 1150 barrels
August 25, 10 whales
September 4, 2700 barrels 1
Last July, 2 wuales
.Tiilr 16. heard from, with
Sept. 17, clean, nouna
September 4, 200 barrels
August 4, 4 whales, 600 on
August 22. spoken in Ocho'
Late in July, 2 wniviea
Auirust 20. 3 whales
Septembi-r 2S, sailed to
August 20, 700 bbls
August 25, 1700 barrels
' " 15. W. F1EE
OFFERS FOR SALE
Dry Oootls, "
Boots and Shoes,
Crockery and Glassware, v
' . Groceries. Naval stores,
Wines and Liquors,
Polar Oil. &c, Aic. &c 47
ALORICII Ai I1ISIIOP have just received, ex
Harriet and Jessie," fpn Bosbm,
Mohair lustres, superior blue twilled flannel,
W hite and blue cotton, a-tatd buttons and buckles, .
. Bales lamp wicking, saddles, complete,
Assorted brogans and boots, .
Ladies' kid slipM-rs and Congress gaiters,
" Sole and rigging IcaUier, a largo assortment of hats,
preseo-cd meats, fruits, sc.,
Victoria Regina tobacco, lioxes 8s toliacco,
Fine cut tobacco In tin foil, Carolina rice,
. Lard, cheese, saleratus, pepper, pimento, cassia.
Sago, mustard, tapioca, macaroni, almonds, --
Brooms, mackerel, bed cords, clothes lines, ic
Cut nails, spikes, charccal Irons,
Tiimed and enameled sMice pans, Bath brick, '
Oil ston, scythe stones, ivory combs, fish lines,
Cod lines, hand lines, ladies, trays, wood saws.
Hammers, swing lamps, tea bell, shot, grindstones,
4:c., Ac, Ac
Lamp shades, chimneys and wicks, assorted crockery,
One rich gilt tea set, .
Large assortment of room paper bordering, tic, Ac.
Honolulu, August 12, 1857. - - 59-tf
TO WOOL AND PCLU DEALERS.
UST RECEIVE Tt Per Kamehameha IV.;
J Wool Parks, such as re useu in Ausaraiia, anu
ailapted for packing wol, pulu.trr any article that requires
. jtsi.0 .
For particulars apply at the cOice of '
65-lf ROBERT C. JANION.
NEW GOODS. :
X VANKEE, Silk handkerchiefs,
Cottonade pants, hite shirts.
Fancy shirts, Blue flannel shirts, - '
"Jewett City" denims, Gaiter shoes,
Children's shoes, &c, Ac, Ac,
For sale by
C. A. U II. F. POOR
rn'rin EVrvi'.I.OPEDIA. " -
A SET OF THIS VALUABLE STANDARD
J. work, in 22 volumes, well bound in heavy Jnglisb calf,
' . H. M. 'WIHTNEY.
NE SUPER LARGE FORCE PUMP, with
Hose and Couplings, complete.
- - For sale by
61-tf CUAS. BREWER, 2d.
CURRANTS ! I CURRANTS ! I
-sTUST RECEIVED PER 'KAMEHAMEHA
J 1 V., from Liverpool, a superi jr article, in stone jars, suit-
ble fbr lamily use, f r sale oy
60-72 O. T. MATTHEWS, '
, . Nuuanu Street.
JUST RECEIVED, " .
ALIFORNI A CHEESE-
Half tixes Kaisins,
Juiube Faste. For sale by
60-tf' . . T. MOSSMAN ft SON.
- EX'FANNY MAJOR
BIASES SUPERIOR BRADT PEACHES
Case good Butck Tea, -For
sale by -
604f . ' v t c. a. a n. r. POOR.
DRV GOODS. '
X3t VANKEE, FROM SAN FRANCISCO
Ml- Bales heavy Denims; .. ' v .
Bales Hickory Stripes. '
. . Forsaleby '. - -
. 45-tf : : : . C. A. ft n. F. POOR,
; NEW FLOUR.
milE HAWAIIAN FLOUR- COMPANY
M. offer for sale, flour from this year's crop, now coming in.
. J. F. B. MARSHALL, Agent H. F. Co .
- ' ' ' ' - OverB. W. FieW's.
- July 15.1K7.' ' C.'
"GUNE NAVV BREAD Ex. France Palmer.
IT . Firalcby 1 -f
- titt- : . - - . . , Aj j.ijiwRic-r.
J Vessel's Names
. : Arrivals.
.Too & Edward
J no & Elizabeth
Lahaina, Oct 6,
Magnolia ' .
Honolulu, Oct 7,
I itiprva f '
r an tucket ;j
Lahaina, Oct 7,
Lahaina, Oct 7,
P. De la Noye
Honolulu, Sep 23,
k Hilo, Oct 6,
Honolulu, Oct 7,
Sarah Sheaf, bit
lor New Zealand
Honolulu, Oct S,
Lahaina. Sept 14. Tamerlano
Lahaiua, Oct 2, ITahmaroo
1 nree uroiners
Hilo, Oct 7,
U. Stales, bk.
Honolulu, Oct 4,
v ernon, bk.
Honolulu, Sep 20,
Hilo, Oct 7,
Date and Port of
Villu de Rennes
Lahaina, Sept 14,
Honolulu, Sep 12,
W m. & Ilenrv
- k, with 6 whale
eeff New Zealand and home. I Lahaina, Sept 14, Young Heio
ER SHIP FORTUNA, AND FOR SALE,
the following Merchandise, vis .
Bales congrers tides,
" brown wittons,
Cases blue drills, , .
' " green corn,
u green peas,
" assortwl meats,
" smoked herrings,
M raspberry jam,
" preserved strawberries
- " preserved gooseberries,
. u peaches,
u apple pulp,
u Verdale olives,
Bbls cider vinegar,
Cases butter crackers,
. oyster crackers,
" soda crackers,"
Bbls Ifedkegs old Bourbon
Cases refA0 lard,
Hf boxes lilxugar,
jit dois crui-ruiprf
Bbls butter, iuz.
Boxes English danbr cheese,
, in tins.
Hf bbl driwl apples,
Bags table salt,
" Cases lif-lb lumps tobacco,
Coils Manila whale line.
Cases scarlet flannel shirts,
" blue flannel shirts,
denim frocks and over
alls. Chsrcoal irons, hooks and thimbles.
Sister hooks, cotton sail twine, log lines,
Long handled tar brushes,
To)sail sheet shackles, hemp cod lines,
' Linen fish lines, brass dish candlesticks,
Heavy gate hinges, bags shot,
Biding saddles, seamen's stout brogans,
Kegs iron sheathing nails, .
Rolls sheet lead, kegs boat noils,
Coils worm line, bees' m ax,
Coils houseline and marline, v
American ensigns, whalers' cutting-falls,
Coils ratline, nests Hingham buckets,
. - Kegs cut nails. Wilder' iron safes,
Bbls pitch, bbls tar,
10, 12, 16, 17, 18, 22 feet oars.
Cans Ihipunt's powder,
Kegs cannon piwdtrr,
11 unt's handled axes.
No. 3 Roger William stoves,
No. 4 Roger W illiam stoves,
No. 4 cam booses,
- Fanjy regatta shirts.
White drilling pants,
IV hite Marseilles vests, ,
White drill frocks,
Bale blue flannel, "
Cases blue cottons,
M blue prints,
. M pink prints, -c
" Suffolk bleached drills,
Cask figs, -.
Boxes corn starch, '
Kegs split peas.
Cases Stilton cheese,
Cor sale by
J. C. SPALDING.
TOBACCO! CIGARS! AND SNUFFS !
J STEWARD respectfully Informs his friends, and th
. public generally, that be has now on hand an extensive
assortment of the above articles, all of the choicest brands.
He will always have on sate as complete a stock a is procurable
in the market, lie offers the following articles, all of the first
quality, on reasonable terms : - .
ASPBRSOS'S Solacb, . ' ;. - '
Bcrru Chips, "' m
ClTKOR, . -
, J. Patrick ft Co.'a Dumosd P.,
x- lioasT Dkw,
- Iicctoo Ltrxmtr,
s . Nittiul Lits.r,
. Richmond 8's, '
SrAxtaB Mix bo, . " , -
. Lmr HtR Btr, ;
JUasiul Cirars, No. 2, twist kxds,
' . Cheroots.
r Uavassa Cigars, is tasct boxks
- , xxscr SSCKFS,
. Fasct Piras, &c &c.
, . ALSO
. A ceaeral aisrlmeal of Groceries.
iCT Hotel Street, near the French Hotel. 55-tf
iVC W GOODS.
JL Just reeetved per Mamourg urls Hero.
Tahiti, consisting in part of the following named articles
Bolts cotton canvas, Rolls tanned sheathing paper.
- Bales navy oakum, . . Composition nails, assorted sizes,
m Iron chest, - Composition Rings,
-'-8iierlr Iron Safes,
Bars composition rod, for bolts, v Kedge anchors.
v o nies, assonea pattern ana sises,
Curs Spirits Tsfrpenline, ' Cspatl Vnrsiiali
Cases Lstmp Chinastrya, ' -
Barrel cement, ftc, Ac., ax.' - ' " 54.tr
"A ESORTED PANTALOONING. ENGLISH
J, X Prints, table Covers, whit flannel Brjnnets, mbnair Mitt,
. . ox saie oy .
2-tf ' ' ' H. PIMONP,
.T7AU DE COLOGNE, in cham. bottles, do elghUcor
J Id ner bottles, Lubin' extract, Florida Water, Lavender
rt wer, A-oniajtnm,etc., etc. -; - . -
;, - - ' - -- - 7 ' ; - ''for sale by " " r'
. , r . v.- h, nAcsmrx
" : a . - g .Vhble A'mnt oni Season
. ,' 5g ."3 i Voyage board I Catch. ..
Captain. o - 4
" J " 52s 2 SpjWh Sp jWh j Sp j Wh Bone
.- I . 1 t 1 k
IJIdridire " 1856 W IJ P"l r"i I7 ' -. J
Cleveland 1S54 K B i' I ' CI
ss? iT56NBrv.r u
Wing 1S55 - I ' I
Carver 1854 N B 1 f
Willard 1S&6 NB - ' j
Oliver 1854 N B 1l , - M J
Fisher 1856 Nan Och -JV r 80 12f
Ilatheway 1S56 N B . f, : S
i.-nl 1854 FH - -V i
7 : - , 1
O. L. Cox 1854 SB -5- U-C- -
Iallman.. , 1S&4 F H ' JSLtSJj : : ".v -
Meader 1S52 N B Tf J ,
coon 854y?!r"i ' v
Ilowland : 1P' j . -
Rounds y '!, Z I J C
Skinner v rS50
Jeuks? 1856 Edg -
ChA.w1d 1856 Nan . . .
G-i'ne 156 N B .
Cloom field 1854 " -
. llayden 1855 Jap. 400 150 150
Warner 1356 N B I H
Chapel , "
N B Kod 70 1000
150 m 3000
C lea vela nd
Taber ' "
F HI Rod
N It; Kod
RITSOIV & IIART,
DEALERS IS -
WINES AND SPIRITS,
T THE OLD WINE STORE, under A. P.
L. Kverett's Auction Rooms, offer for sals s .
Brandy in kegs and barrels
. Brandy, United Vineyard Proprietor
r" Brandy, Sazerac
. Ruin in kegs;
Jamaica Rura in cases;
Oenuine old Scotch whisky, In 1 do eases;
Motwingabela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
Fine old Monongahcla whisky, in one do cases,
Hollands gin iu cases; "
Pchridam gin in cases;
Wolfe's Selieidara schnapps; T
Hostetter's bitters; 1 -
Stoughtin's bitter-; .
Clarets of diflereut brands; -
Hockheimer; . '
Champagne, pirts and quarts, different brand
Sherries, pale and brown;
Fine old port; f
Byass and other brands of ale; . -
Porter; . . . - - -
. Liqueurs. J . .-
Ship Stores, slaty free. 87
DEALER IN WINES AND SPIRw"".
TJJAS.ON HAND AND OFFERS FOR SALE,
JLJa a well selected stock, consisting in part as follows :
Monongahela and Bourbon Whiskies, ,-
Fine Brandy, In casks and cases,
. Holland Gin, " v.
Cherry Brandy, a superior article,
Stoughton's and Dunbar's Bitters,
Fine Starry and Madeira,
Bauternes, of superior quality, '
Clarets, of superior quality, '
.. Port, ' .
Claret In pint, '
" . Hock In pints, "
- And all the favorite brands 'of Ale find Porler, which
ne oners tor saie, iow, at ins store, near toe rost utuce. -Honolulu,
May 30, 1837. . .
DER FRANCES PALMER, FROM SAX
r .Arviffv;u. ror sale at low rates : , --- .
CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS. -
Sup blk Cassiniere Panta, assorted French Pants, .
cup ass-a. piam saninett rants, plaid tj ass an ere do
Ass'd Jean and French cottonade Pant,
Ass't of white and fancy colored 8hirta,
A few dos fine white and Jenny Lind Shirts,
Ass'd calico fig'd shirts, check linen do. Jumpers,
Fnmch bkiuses, blue Denims, pes Silk, Pongee Ildkb.
PAlfAMA UJTS,tio., he .
13-tf. To HOLT It HEUCK.
' JVEW GOODS!!! :
1T W. FIELD OFFERS FOR S A T.K. TO
JL ARR1VK the cargo-per clipper ship "FORTCNA,"
from Boston, expected to arrive about th I6U1 of September.
i in mercnanoise consists w ......
Dry Goods, , '
Groceries,...' .. . .-
Fundi are, "' "V
, Lumber, "
.. Vhale Boats,
' . ' " Crockery,
" . . ' -. - - - Coai. -, :
t...t1b,, '- .Champagne,
. . , Hand Carts, ' . .
- " ' " ' Oars, fcc &c Ac
PALE AND GOLDEN SHERRIES AND
JVST. RECEIVED, per OAM8IA,fron Tobe, HoUhv
" " -1 n, i suToioe 01 bonaon ootued genuine
ALSO, on hand, a small quantity of the well-known genuine
r ttun 1 port,
- i from the same LoiKlon House, for Bale by - '
41 tf F.P. HOFFSCill LA VAj Kit A STAPEMI0R8T.
: HTOlf liAiTlTAST.
Ci0?D,HANIY STE BALLAST CAN BE
had la any quantity at the store ship Afouaa Loa lor
OstvJ Dallnr per Tu. ', , -
If prefrrred, It will be delivered alongside any vessel In tle har
bor for Dollar yJ
BT THE EIWlGNEDAtticni'
A : Queen's kod Plc-Sfc Cake. In 2VB Ujvt. -7UUI
. Sardines a I'liuile, in half boxes, rT? r , ' 1
v English Mmtend, in b and haia '
Soap In 60-lh otses . 1 . 1,
-July 1, 1-tf T V y T02 HOLT A ttT-f?ir
Silva 1854 "
Soule ' 1855 M I
Halsey 1856 "
French 1854 S II I
Norton 1856 N B .,; - . 1 .-,
Manchester 1856 " ,
Murdock - 18561 N B
Gibb 1855 Nan : , VJ
CroweU . ; 1855 N B . , lJ L L
1854 Ed 84 2S00 3800 W
1855 N B r .
1855 " ,
1855 Nan , . ,
1855 N L ,' J' '
1856 Ston Kod 80 64oj 801 640 400 8000
1854 nb ''rr "
1855 N B "
1856 N B
1855 Nan JP 400 400 90
1855 F Hi T
1855 Tlav 1
1855 Mat I
1856 N B JiJJ
1855 y . ... .Z
1856 N B .
1856 N B
1856 F II
1!S.t V U '
1855 N B 1151600 1151600 !
1856' U fc ' '
1853 F H ' ' U
1854 NBlKod 2402760 2000 -
l56 FHh.otl 200 8001100 700
1856 N a
1855 N B
1854 Nil 1
IS50 Ston KM 20. 30 420
1S54 N B I
1854 N LlOchj- j 601800 60
1854 N B -
N UlOcb. Z70 1VU ZT0.1250
. . 1 1
; RKMARKS. f ,i
'' lit 1 obaloa .
July 16, 2 whales
September 10, low
jsepremnrr , ioy- -, . .
August 20. he"ro w -
Late In August, X whale
September 4 whale.
September 4, S whale
Septcsnner , lwu oarra
September 4, 1 whale
August 25, 1400 barrel
Middle of August, I or 2 whale
September 4, 10 whales
September 4, 0 whale
August 15, 3 whale
In July, 600 barrels
Lost la the Ochotsk Sea
August 27, 2 whale
September 4, 900 barrels ' '
Aumist 8. In Bherlngs Straits, 600 wh, 12000 bono
July 1, a whale , . ' '
September 9, 2 whale
September 4, 1760 barraU
A nmt 9A. R wKlleS
September 4, 600 barrrete
Latter part of August, 1400 barrel
Sent-jniber 4, 2 '
September 12, 7(
September 4, 1500 barrel
No date, 3 whale
September 4, clean
August 30, 3 whale
September 4, 1200 barrel
September 4, 4 whales
Middle of July, 2 whale
September 29, sailed from Honolulu or New Zealand
September 4, 000 barrel
Spoken Sejit 3, in Ochotsk, no report
August 27, 700 barrels
September 4, 600 barrels
September 4, 950 barrels
B,timVM A loon K.rrpl.
July 14, In Bhuring Straits, wanting 2 whale
September 4, 1000 barrels
September 22, sniled (or New Zealand
September 4, 2 wuiues -
Will probably refit for right whaling
rpiIE HIGHEST M ARKET PRICE wOl be
JL allowed by the subscriber for clean
SALTED HI LLOCK HIDES,
delivered at bis premise in Fort-street.
4o-tf CUAS. BitEYtr.il, 29.
norGIIT AS BEFORE, AT
K EST CASH MAR&KT PUICK, by
L A MOLL.
&XIAZIEXIS AUD UUTCHERS,
ATTENTION ! The undersigned offers the highest est
market rates Kir the above articles, deliverable at iiuooluli
or any of the port of the Island. - ,
Without interest, win be made to those who desire, sod M
tracts will be made for any length of time.
JB. P. ADAMS.
45 Office corner of Queen and Kaahnmaim sts., up stair.
i B. W. FIELD,
And for which the very highest price will be given. o4f
Wool, GoatSkius, Hides,
. Tallow, Composition,
DURCHASGDAT TIIE HIGHEST Rf"
JL by (ai-tf)
J. C. gPAU'LNd-
. . TaDorw,
Old copper and composition,
Wanted by tt subscriber, for which the highest cat P"0"
will be allow ' by
4o-tI - . .. CHAS. AJIlii""-
irrwrT.iTT.TT s a ii nns) HOME.
EAMEN PATRONIZING TIIE SA'fi
HOMi! will find that the imnroremetils reccntlj vm
will afford more accommodation and greater 0001 .v5f
several additional sleeping rooms the whole enlargea
thoroughly ventilated. mM,
In connexion with the Sailors Home, is a Shlppinf wj
where applications from Captain requiring seamea
punctually attended to. ... 50
Jonrd and Lodging for seamen, per week, 0
IMvate table, for officers,. -
Sent. 1. 2857. . 63J
IANO FORTES AND FirRNITCRK
SALE The undersigned have on hand na
Superior rosewood and mahogany Piano - :.
Klegant heavy rosewood and mahogany Arm
Aegnt rosewood and mahogany Ricking Ctuuns
Iron Rocking Chairs and Bedsteads. nvrfX
Julyl Hf TON HOLTVkBKlC,
ON BOARD TIIE JOHN MARSIIAI
tons of the very Iwst Scranton lump coals, any 1""
which I will sell at i-M per ton of 2000 lb w"h- Jt pp.
604f . . ' .. .
rURXIC NOTICE. g
ALL PERSONS are biddeii to gl
Wool from the flock In charge of Dr. CJ
running ou the lower portion of the land of HalumaU,
without my consent in wriUng. . rKRJm "W. HrTCRI9S-
Lahatna, Maul, March 2, 1857.
ATEIIJL AND CAST 1R?
Wheelbarrows, , Forsaleby pToSa-v
ruv a P.
y : V. 1
kxes srrr or bussian charts f a
si .Tl.a. . - mm TV!
t s a.-j.A;ik. I
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CI1A3. BREWER, 2.
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