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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 12, 1Sj7.
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VOL. 11, N.
0. UOLK A. IS.
San i imbta btrtistintnls.',,
Report of Dr. William Ilillebrand.
Cvrreaponflin-j Secretary of the Jt.IIi.S.
The efforts of your Corresponding Secretary daring
the put yer have tended chiefly to enlist efficient cor
respondent ia different parts of the world, for the pro
motion of the interests of the Society. Most of the
Corresponding Member-, as they figure in the ILrt ap
pended to the Annual Transactions of the Society, hate
only been nominal. It became therefore necessary for
me to avail myself of the services cf my own corres
pondents, of those of my friends, and of several dis
tinguished gentlemen holding an official position near
oar King's Government. Amongst them I am mostly
indebted to his Excellency oar Minuter of Foreign Af-
lairs, woo, witn. his won tea disposition to oblige, not
only offered me the permL-ision of an official corres
pondence with the King's consuls abroad, bat even
placed at my uispooition the valuable aid of his private
credit to de'ray incidental expenses incurred by our
correspondents in procuring seeds and other objects.
To II. B. M.'a Consul Generic!. Mr. Miller, and Mr.
I'errin the Imperial G niiuL-sioner of France, also, are
due ray grateful ackoowtaieiuents for the liberality
with which they have seconded every application I
made to them, to forward my letters and secure to them
efficiency by their personal recommendation. By these
means I have been enabled to open a correspondence
with parties in Tahiti. Batavia, Hongkong, Manila,
Aaapuloo. Panama. Lima. Valparaiso, Jamaica, Ha
vana, Cayenne, different parts of the United States and
Europe, and to open an intercourse, based upon the
principle of mutual exchange, with the botanical gar-
dens of Sydney, Melbourne and Calcutta, ' With those
of Kew near London, and Parid, I hope to succeed aldo
in establishing simiLiT relation?.
My principal endeavor has been to introduce seeds
of plants and trees suitable to our clima'e particu
larly tuch as are useful to the agriculturist or garden
er : fruit trees, spice trees and plants, such as yield
grain, oil, useful fibre, rich pasture for cattle, or are
desirable for hedge, for timber, for shade or ornament.
Owing to our remoteness fro a most of the parts men
tioned, or rather to JgyVines3 of communication
with them, answers 8nTf5s?rTances have not arrived
bat from a few. From the botanical girdens of Cal
cutta and Melbourne we received two collection of
seeds and one of bulbs, both of which were provided
fur as through the kind services of Capt. Newell and
Lid from Sydney a collection of seeds and plants,
amongst which the New Zealand flax and the Moreton
Bay chestnut. In June his Majesty's Consul fir Peru,
t , , ... . : . r u . i
plantains, seeds of the Tolu balsam tree, and others.
t'mm the nme irpntlpmnn came to rn V hands thiuav
cuma mammosa and Iambosa vulgaris or Lil'
both tropical fruit trees, rrom Iiiiti amvea Rowing
to the triendlv exerUons of Mr. de angny,) only a
few days ago the valuable Vanilla plant, which I hope
to see cultivated soon round every dweding or our is
lands. From San Francisco our zealous correspondent
Mr. Wm. Fell, has at intervals sent seeds of vegetables
lucerne, dates, paranut, sesam (a useful oil plant culti-
r-. - . , T "V .IT "V . -
vateU in cnina.) aimonu. etc. xjt. . .ewcomo, in
Albany, U- , lorwarded last week by the Fortuna, 12
packages of valuable grass and clover seed. Through
his valuable services I received also, in February, seeds
of six different palm specie, procured from Jamaica.
On his return from the Marquesas Islands in the 3orn-
iatl Star, Sir. Chamberlain delivered to the Society seeds
of six new kinds of trees. In addition to these com
munications, his Excellency Sir J. Bowriog, in a letter
to Gen. Miller, declares his readiness to do what is in
his power tor the interests of our Society, as soon as
the cewition of the Chinese troubles will leave him.
-leisure to devote some attention to the more delightful
pursuits of peace. In the meantime, however, he has
not neelected to write in our behalf to the Superin
tendent of the Botanical Garden in Calcutta, Dr. Thom
son. An answer equally satisfactory has been received
from one of the editors of the J'anauut Star and Herald,
J. D. Power. Esq.
A lot of budded peach trees and superior varieties of
race vine were received and sold at auction last win
ter. But in order to give the residents of the other
islands a better chance to supply themselves with im
proved fruit trees and grape vines from California, an
advertisement was published in the papers to the effect
that the Corresponding Secretary would be ready to
receive orders tr the same, and to transmit them in
due sea.on. Orders fir about 200 fruit trees and
many grape vines have come in. 1 only regret they do
not amount to as many thousand.
Pursuant to a resolution pas'scd by the Board of 3Ian
agers some time in Jane, a quantity of rice-seed or paddy
to narties willinz to engage in the cultivation of this
grain. I am sorry to say that it still remains on hand
unsold, altb ngH in the opinion of many there is hardly
a cereal which here holds out so good and reliable pros
pects fcr a remurative crop as rice.
EepeateU enjifrort to procure insectivorous birds
from Califon. -fiave been fruitless. I have, however,
f late fuunrties there who are willing to furnish as
this very J Vfrable article agunst a suitable remunera
tion, ani h rpe to see instalments of them arrive by next
The introduction of the Cochineal insect has seriously
engtge-the attention of the B-ard of Managers. Ap
plicatir, has been made f -r this purpose through mer
chant; In San Francisco t parties in Guatimala, but
withe- result, as the export of the insect is prohibited
by 14 in that benighted republic We hope, however,
to receive it either by way of Panama or from Acapul
co, which is the nearest port to the cochineal rearing
provinces of Mexico. .
More than a year ago we took measureslo procure
the bonev bee irom California, but the high price de
manded there caused us to look further quarters from
whence to receive it. In New fnmth Wales we learne
the boney lee had been naturalized many years. W
therefore made arrangementsto purchase several hives
on the departure of the brig llero for Sydney, tbe own
erj of which vessel most liberally seconded our endeav
or. The hives were indeed procured for shipment by
the Hawaiian Consul, Mr. St. Julian,-but in conse
quence of some misunderstanding or negligence of the
parties charged with taking them on board, they were
ift behin L I learn to my great satisfaction that by the
tunny Major, which arrived yesterday, four hives in
food condition have been sent from California to be
disposed of here, and hope they may be secured by the
The Society expects also, before long, to be enabled to
increase our variety of fresh water fishes by new im
portations from Orecon. and to stock our forests with
the small deer cf California.
As you will see, gentlemen, from the foregoing state
ments, a great many seeds and plants may De expected
during the ensuing year. The question will natsrally
re. Where shall we place them i who shall take care
mem ? My answer w. Only in a well arranged
aorery garden, and under the care of a comment
rurieuer. No private garden in Honolulu is large
wraj?h or possesses the necessary qualities to receive as
"any see-Is as we may reasonably .expect, or -to give
uem tbe best chance to thrive welL A well conducted
nursery garden is indispensable, and will and notedly
become s scarce of prosperity to the agricultural inter
ests, and of beauty to tbe general features of oar is-
oas. it is for you to push, it into existence ana to
provide it with the necessary means, that it may be
ubled to fulfill the expectations which justly may be
u oi it.
Respectfully submitted. W'lL IIILLEBRAND.
PousHnra The lrvlies are very fond of keeping
w door knobs, spoons, plates, &c, in brilliant order.
if instead of water and chalk, and such pre
parations. Lilies will use campbene and rotten-rtone,
'tar brighter, more durable and quicker polish can
f obtained tban in any other way. Campbene is
article used for producing the exquisite polish of
toguerreotjpe plates; and nothing has been found to
To Cixas Wall PAPnt Solid wall papers may be '
jMe to look as well almotrt as new in most cases, by
the following expedient : Take about two quarts of
"fceat bran, tie it in a bundle in coarse flannel, and
rao tt over the paper- It will cleanse the whole
PPr of all descriptions of dirt and spots, better than
rf other means that can be used. Some use bread,
ot dry bran ia better.
JpTVrra Woxex r.f Great BajTAnf-It ap
pears rrom tbe census f Great Britain of 1851, that
nTn " r' n9 wpr in the country nearly six
, - women
above twentv VMri of sirs of
million seven hundred and aixtveren
were anmim'i i
Joetj.fivt thousand widows.
It M amid th& lrt: a.
are rendered fire
A. P. EVERE
Corner of Queen and Nauaon atreeta. UoooluiiV U
Meaars. Sawpsos k Tappas, -
E. 1). Eeichak & Co -14
Hitler, Kutb k Hill, -Ilooolutu,
July 1, 1S&7.
R. COADY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants, Hoootalu, 8. L
Meaara. Gbisskll, Mixtcbs & Co., - New York.
u.m c Co.,
Wells, Fabgo ft Co
Alsop & Co.,
O. V. Tbais ts. Co.,
Babiso Bbotukbs ft Co.,
Exrhang far (ale on tbe United States and Europe.
Honolulu, Jul j 1, 1S5. 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. Mobgax, Hatha wat, ft Co San Francisco.
Macosdbav ft Co., -
U. R. Obbbv ft Co., - New Bedford.
' James B. Coxgimi.v, Esq "
64-tf W. O. E. Pore, E.-to
V. W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Ouhu, Sandwich Lilaoda .
By permission, he refers to
C. W. Cabtwbioht, President of Manufacturers' Insurance,
Messrs. II. A. Pikkcb, .... Boston.
TmnR. Uira ft Co.. - a -
KowAHn Mott Rnsissos, - New Bedford.'
Jons W. Barrett ft Soss, - Nantucket.
Prbcixs ft aiito, - - New London.
B. F. Ssow, .... Honolulu
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Cammission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of, goods re
quired by whiilesliips and other.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, fte.,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
rrr Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
C. L. RIC1IAR1S & CO.,
wX2 iU?3 &nl Commission Merchants, nono-
D. N. FL'fCNER,
Continue, his old business at the newSfcjre in Makee's new fire
proof building, at the stand recent occupied by lr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahi.u streets.
Chronometers rated by observation of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant aud quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
Wliolesate Dealer in Wines and
the Peat Otfice, Honolulu.
Spirits, Ale and
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr. Hecry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, H. I., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, AuctBiueer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
CC3T. C. MBIXHEBj. eCST Bat K BBS.
MELCIIERS A CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
5. I. Stone store comer of Kaalmmanu ana
Money advanced on favorable terms fcr Whalers bills on the
U. S. aud Europe. July 1. lHM-tf
Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S, I.
Ships supplied with refreshments, provisions, Ac at the
Shortest notice, on reasonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
July 1, lSod-ir
B. F. t-HOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
C. A. Si II. F. POOR,
Importer, and Cmmiion Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
ISLAND PKOULCB of air kinds, booglit, aokl aud taken
iu exchange for goods. 66-tf
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
James F. B. Mabsball, Treasurer, in the stone buildings c-
cuuni bit d. ii. c tv.-iia. u ar CM. J- -
J. C. SPALDINC.,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. 1
Wanted, Bills of xctiane on the L. S. and Europe. Con
signments from abroad promitly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tf
II. IIACKFELD Sc CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. i. July 1, lSSo-tr
. VOX BOLT. TB. C. BBTCK
ROBERT C. JANION,
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1 tl
Von IIOLTft HEUCK,
General pommision Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Commission Merchant, Boston. U. S. Refer to J as. Makee and
K. W. Wood E.r. J my A, isao-u
ALEX. J. CARTWRIC;iIT,
Cummiaslon Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, U. I. July I, lSOO-cr
fT aarLL. BDCABD sou.
KRULL & .MOLL,
Importers and Cocaission Merchant, Kjiahumana street Ma-
kee's Wock. J my a, aojq-u
, CASTLB. AMOS. B. CUUaa.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at me ma sianu, corner ra ure
treete, near the large Hume Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. U. Nicholson, in King street, oppo
site the Seamans Chapel. Agents for Dr. J ay nes' Medi
cines. JaJy , 1856-tf
W. A. ALDBICH. C. . BISHOP.
ALDRICII & BISHOP,
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
& I. Island produce bought and sold. Agents for the sale
of Sugar, MoiaXes, Coffee, &c, from the Lihue and other
"' A. P. EVERETT, '
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
vv TT O T I O ON" 33 33
63-lj Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, Oahu.
Dealer In Pry nl Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nuoann
and Maanakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
GEORGE G.HOWE, .
Lumber Slerchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
the Puiichard premises. JT i-t
Wm N. LADD,
Importer and dealer In Hardware, Fort sC Honolulu. Jy 1-f
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
Grocers and Provision Merchants-and Coffee Boasters, King
street, near the BetbeL July 1, 1-tf
S. X. EMERSON,
Walalua, Oahu, Dealer In General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce eucb as Com, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, kc
Mairafaetarer and dealer ia Tin, Sheet Iron, and - Copper ware,
Kaahuniana street, opposite J. C Spalding's Honolulu, H.
Summer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths. Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tin ware. Ship work exited with
neatness and dispatch. JalT 1u
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in oes J
description. Bhoe rinamgs, rmnr, T rTJTsZl'
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Bwck SUns
Trunks, Valises, Sparring Glove. Foils, and MasksBUck
7nTshrUoiery, kc kc . Jrick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant suu. Honolulu. U. 1- JnlJ 1-tf ,
CHARLES W. TIXCElfT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDt-K. i STJS
form bis frtenos ana uk jj" ' -"-." - T
known Carpenter premises of C. H- Lewers, q-,
ZmvnUl solicit tna patronage heretoicw liberally
riTLZr An the variou. branches of Building,
Hans, 8ircincations nd Contracts attended to
ness and Afvvi- -.-To
AGENT FOR THE
New Ywrk Bard of Underwriters.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchant, Ship Masters,
&c, that he has been duly appointed as Agent fur the
New York Board of L'ndunnriU-rs.
13-ly ALEX. J. CARTWRIGBT,
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The nndersiKPCd begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners.
and Ship maatera, that be has receive.! the appointment ol
AGENT at these Inlands for the LIVERPOOL INDKU
Jalyl-tf ROBERT C.JAMON.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
I Tbe i1erslgned begs to notify to Merchant, Ship owners and
'MLSters, that he has received the appointment ol
. these Islands for LLOl li'S Ul.MiU.X.
ROBERT C. JANIOX.
IIERTIIERN ASSl'RAXCE COMPA-
ny, (escTisbed likHJ.) tor lire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad
s been appointed Ap-nt for the Sandwich
ROBERT CHESHIRE J ANION.
Agents of the Hamburg ai
oahu, y. l.
July 1, 18o0-tr
FLORE NS S'AVPENHOKST,
Agent for the Bremen board of L'aJerwriU.TS. All average claims
against the said Lnderwnterw occurring in or ubout tnis
Kingdom, will have to be cer.med before him. J uly 1-tf
E. 1IOFFSC II LA EG ER
ST A I EN II O RST,
PARIS BOARD OF UN.
AVIS ai; PC
r o x - -
Agents pour les
sals ooussiuea, hyui cib iiouii-
Assureurs maritinies de PaV
- public en general et les Capi
nes de navires
marchands Francais, qui Tisitci
les ports de ce
royaume, en particulier, que
ans tous les
cas d'avaries, qui anraient lieu d;
s ces parages,
lis uevront, taire constater ct v
iher les faits
devant eux pour legaliser leura
centre les aits assureurs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft ST
FIRE INSURANCE CO,
milE CNDERSIGNEU, Agents of V
i fire in and
JL pany, are prepared to insure risks ag.-v.
For particulars apply at the office.
I'JtS ft CO.
Iiano uln, OcL 11, 1S57.
Fire Insurance Nolh
THE NORTHERN ASSURANlE CO.
THE CNDERSIGXEn bf'ps notill to those par
ties who have insured in this office woodennbuiltlings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, tt in conse-
i sequence of the continued erection of layre and wiirh wooden
buildings close togetlier in narrow streets, no more'-lisks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and t:e already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of thei menus.
. ROBERT C. JAXION.
62-tf Agent for the Northern Assignee Co.
1 J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAMl
Ofnce in Honolulu House, over the Post 03ioe.
I HONOLULU MEDICAL I1AT
Corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu
DOCTOR McKIBBEN, Surgeon, ftc, v
! regularly supplied with Medicines, Perfumery, ftcWof the
best quality. Family Medicines and rresrnptioiy care
fully prepared. Medicine Chests examined and r.- PVil on
reasonable terms. ' T
AUCIW1UUX 4 illD umcc irom O A. .11 uu O Z . .U.,1 i
a .1 . o A .-11 n l :
days, and from 8 to 11 A. M. on Sundays. At o
at his residence, Union street.
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
OiCce corner of Fort and Hotel streets, Honolulu
Office and Drug Store, Queen Street, at the stand form
cupied by Dr. Lathrop. Milp s Jlediciiie cnesu
and prescriptions carefully prepared under the uj
of LAUIIk.KK. Hot. cold. vapor. shower aiMini
Baths, at all hours.
CHAS. F. C1UILLOU,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physl
American seamen. OIKce next dour to J
Kaahumanu St.: Residence at tlie late Fr.
es, Alakea sreet. Respectfully offers his prl
vices to resident families, to the shipping, ar
generally. Medical and Surgical advice in J.
Spanish, and Italian. Otfice boniWrotr,
A. M. to 2 P.
M.. and from 4 to 5 P. M.
At other hours enquire at his resident.
Mil m IIUI A .'1 r- M )
1 w . . W W 4
Physician and Surgeon, office in I'
w drug store, adjoining
tbe store of 11. llackiem
Queen-street. Jy J-u
CIL3TN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers aBsfCealers in General Merchandise,
LAHA1NA, MAUI, H. I.
Shins snnnlied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange.
BOLLES Sr CO.,
ShiD Chandlers and Commission Merchants and Pealers in
r ... . . . . m i .ml 1 . 1 .1 .-.
Ueneral Mercnanaise, Aanaina oiaiu. n nniers iuruisuci
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. ,- K-tt
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Cliamlkry, and Gen-ra!
Merchandise, Laliaina, Maul, Ji. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted on the L". S. and Euro.
Storage.' July 1, 1856-tf
JOHN D. IIAVEKOST,
Auctioneer, WaUuku, East Maui. 38-1 yr
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and liahaina. Maui. 44-tf
8bip Chandler and dealer in General Merchandise, Waiakca Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships ami others.
ShiDnlne furnished with fresh beef. Vegetables, and all kinds of
Groceries, and Provisions Ac at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 6000 barrels, being near
tbe landing, and free from thatched buildings.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the U. S- or Europe, for which money
will be advanced on reasonable terms.
ft. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
sertkm. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold
tmiti for the Panakoa and Pueo Sugar Plantations, at ndo t
lmnorters ana w notesate hhi jvei.au wktb iu . mum
Goods, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish'
nmti on Kino- street. Honolulu, and ft Lahs'na, Afaui,
ssSiurar. Molasses. Svrun. Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise.
Honolulu, August 12, 1S57. ' SQ-ly
Dealer In General Merchandise, Ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
- with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, 1856-tf
"J. FOX, T
Baker and Grocer. Nuuanu-street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
fTUIE UNDERSIGNED Is now prepared to repair or
I manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, windt
1- M.rinr .hln fimrinm and smlUI WOTK.
Cart boxes, turn backs, anvils ka. on : -nd and made, to
Imn ami and best analitv of smith's cool tor sale.
Also one excellent small sixed sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either hoe or water power.
DONE IN A VARIETi Jir a a jasus
neatlr and substantially, and on fair terms. Law Books,
,..( NMimnn. fee- txxuM to order. rnuoun, ocrau
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made to
order, omcers oi snips can wc -
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at snor nowec.
Orders may also be left at U. M. WII ITrBook
store, Honolulu. , hAiL x- i.VSSELL
July 1, 185.tf- ' ' ' '
Cooper and Onager, begs to inform his friends and &e pcl
generally, that he has recommenced his Coopering faeUneLl
' on his old stand, In the rear of Mr. H. Rhodes' fcpirit stora
and opposite Mr. Moosarrat's Auction Boom, and w - -fully
souciu a share of the pablio pssronago. Aflft 1
romptly attended to. ' s - . - li-'
C. II. LEVERS,
lumber and building BBaterlala,Fort Jyl-tf
.- Dec. n
House. 1 -.ltr ( l-
Rousts rnib 5Canbs.
FOR LEASE I
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
1 1 0 1 S K In ii ii u mi Vallev. itiHt ahnvi t It, rvwi, ln". if
JiL Mr. Bates, having been put in thorough repair and fur
nished with an ample supply of water, will be leased on rea
sonable terms to a good tenant. Apply to
WM. C. PARKE.
Tl-tf Agent for W. T. Walker.
Sr A COTTAGE with a large garden, situate 1 on
the west side of the lane running Iroin King to Queen
JLsUh. streets, opposite tbe palace, at present occupied by J.
Smithies, Esq. The cottage contulns three rooms, and has just
been put in thorough repair. There is a good cook house, fowl
bouse and well of water on the premises, ihe above otters a
good opportunity to any small family wishing a residence a
short distance from town. For particulars apply to
GEO. CLARK, Hotel street.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1857. 0-tf
THE TWO STORES NOW BEING
erected in Fort street, between Kiug and Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
eany application. or terms, please appiy to
64-tf B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE LARGE. AND COMMODIOUS
JwelUiig House, situated on the corner of Fori and Bere-
tania streets, at present occupied by Dr. Geo. A. Luthrou.
A'ossesaiou given isr Jan., I aos..
65-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
ACRES, more or less, of rich l.an.1, well adapted fur
wheat growing and fr sunr cane, at ftawilivriK Kauai.
lying one mile from the beach, and at a considerable elevation
aliove the sea.
Part of the tnict is well watered, and the whole of it en
closed. The .H'clii!i and out-houses are all in thorough
' For terms. Apply to
65-tf B. W. FIELD, Honolulu.
kj'ji ROOMS, in
Jil-'A. Kaiihumanu i
FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
the brick builtling, corner of Oueen and
streets, generally known as the Makee ft
Auuiuu DuiMing, viz. i
Tlie second floor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. AUrich ft Bishop, suitable for
The rear office on the first floor (lately occupied by D. N.
The othce on the second floor, (lat;1 occupied by J. Makee,
The cellar of the above building, capable of storage fir 1,500
narreis. Apply to
C5-lf CHAS. BREWER, 2i.
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a term of years,
the Store fremises now occupied by the undersigned
C5-tf B. F. SNOW.
REAL ESTATE TO BE SOLD, OR TO LET.
THAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Building situated in King street, ami known as the Main
Hotel, ir now offered for sale, or to lease, on moderate
terms, there Is situated on the premises splendid Bowling
Allevs, and all other accommodations fitting fi r a first-class
Hotel, or a private residence. For other particulars enquire of
Nuuanu street, Honolulu,
or ED W Allll AlU'lMA,
C3-tf Nuuanu Valley.
THE COTTAGE AND GROUND AD
JOINING on the Nuuanu road, at present occupied by
the Rev. J. D. Strong. Possession given on the 1st of
nll Apply to
W. U. PEASE.
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN LAHA1XA.
vt. TO LET.-The undersipred offers to let a good
'.h frame House, with three-fowrtl sofan acre of choice land
adjoining, very pleasantly sit-iated in the town of La
The house is now undergoing thnrot-gh repairs and improve
ments, wnicn will make it a very desu aoie restrtance.
EDWARD P. BOND.
Xahaina,- Sept. 5. 63-3m
, FOR SALE.
A BUILDING LOT sit ia ted in Kukul Place, ad-
joing W. R. Seal, Esq. The aliove Lot is enclosed with
a six feet fence, together with the privilege of the gov
eminent water. Appiy to
61-tf Nuuanu street, near the MTiarf.
BEST CELLAR IN TOWN. "
TO LET-lir THE MONTH Or TEAR
that large, high, airy and perfectly dry, cellar under
the store of the undersigned ; room for all 100 tons es
pecially lit for storing oil, provisions, Ac, Ac. Enquire at
6'Jtf VOX HOLT & HEUCK.
FOR STORING COALS BRICKS.IRON
lumber, firewood, kc, TO LET by the month or year.
1 his yard is securely fenced iu, well shaded, and ad
joining the store of
6-tf V0?f HOLT k HECCK.
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR
nl low. th v.'rv Htinilil mt f :i m Imilr hv tl V
il triH. Harder, on Kukul street, opposite the residence of A. P
Everett, Esq. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
materials by Mr. Harder, for his own occupancy, and is sup
plied with water, oalb-room and other conveniences.
Apply to J. F. B. .MARSHALL.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857. 55-tf
' FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Robert G. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply to
67-tf ASHER B. BATES.
STORE TO LET.
THE WELL KNOWN TWO STORY
FIRE PROOF BL1LDINU, on King street, corner of
Mauna Kea street, now occupied by G. Buhle k Co.
The lower part is excellently fitted with '
Ka Shelve and Counter,
For a Retail Store. The upper part contains
Fire Spacioua Dwelling Room,
And the extensive yard is provided with a good well, brick
Terms low. Possession given immediately, if required. For
further wirticu!ar apply on the premises, or at
48-tf VON HOLT k HECCK'S.
COTTAGE TO LET.
TO LET The house now. occupied by Thomas
Crown, in Nuuanu Valley, makal of the. residence of
E. O. Hall.
Register Office, May 1, 1857- 47-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, 1357. 44-tf
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
S. JOIiJHSO-, carpenter,
32-tf Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves,
( 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 (31-tO A.. P. EVERETT.
TO LET. THE DWELLING HOUSE
lately occupied by Capt. Mossman, on Marine street.
opposite the Steam Flour MilL For terms, Ac, Inquire
of 29-tf IUOS. MOSSMAN.
OFFICE TO LET,
fronting on Nuuanu street
A. P. EVERETT.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a 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-tQ 11. AI. ttlUX.Ni..
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS, LA II A IN" A, MAUI,
begs most respectully to inform his friends and the resident
public generally, also Masters and Officers ol vessels visiting
Lahaina, that he has made arrangements to receive regularly
from the United States and England, choice assortments of very
best qualities of the above articles. His stock at present com
prises Pure London Dock Marten Brandy,
. Otard, Dupoy k Co.'s do,
American do, for shipping, in 5 and 10 gallon packages,
Old MonongaVla Whisky, in do do do do,
Holland gin, in eases, kegs and demijohns.
Sherry aud port wine, claret do, champagne.
Porter and ale, in casks and cases. . ' .
' Manila cigars and cheroots, Havana dc, and a complete as
sortment of the articles usually found In sUnilar estab
Kahments in Europe and the United States.
" N. B- Particular attention paid to putting up stores for ship
ping. 63-3m- ,
GROCERIES, CASES CANDIES,
djf White beans. Table salt in 6-Jb bags,
44 Pride of Califjrnia" tobacco.
Pepper sauce, and sundry other articles.
O -flL IE. Gr O
FOR THE FAT.T. SEASON.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
the cargo of the American shin JOHN GILPIN, from
Boston, now landing.
Bales Pearl River Denims, 28 inch,
Cases blue cottons,
Bales gunny bags.
Cases blue drills,
Bales brown cottons.
Trusses bags, (2 and 1J bushels),
Cases spool cotton,
Cases blue cotton thread.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cases native women's shoes, .
men's kip brogans,
" goat a
u enamelled "
. u pat. strap heel pumps,
" boy's French ties,
" youth's 44 44
" men's opera slips,
" pat. sewed French ties,
u tt Congress gaiters,
" 'lasting "
" thick welted boot.
Kills tongues and sounds
Blls best Carolina rice,
Cases water crackers,
Cases soda do
Cases butter do
Cases wine do
Cases brandy peaches
Cases do cherries
Cases pepper sauce
Cases cayenne pepper
Cases asstd pie fruits
Cases 2 Ibi roast mutton
Cases do mince meat '
Cases asttd preserves
Case 2 lbs beef soup
Cases do oysters
Cases 1 lb mock turtle soup
Half-hbls dried apples
Cases asstd confectionaries
Cases Pembroke table salt
lloxes brown pepper
Boxes do pimento
Baskets superior olive on
Cases , do do do
Boxes chemical olive soap
Half-bbls rape seed
Half-bbls canary seed
Casks Goshen butter
Cases fine cut tobacco
Cases tobacco, ts
18 tb boxs tobaccco, J in lump
Boxes raisins, cases prunes,
Cases asstd essences
Cases green corn
Cases 1 lb sausage meat
Cases do lobsters
Cases 2 lbs clams
Cases do boiled mutton
Cases asstd preserved meats
Cases preserved quinces
Cases strained honey
Kegs split eas
Kegs white beans
Cases pine-apple cheese
Cases -Vermont do
Cases Goshon ' do
Cases tomato ketchups
Boxes brown soap
Boxes salt water soap
Cases Townscnd's sarsparilla
lloxes Bnstol brick
Half bbls saltpetre
Cases pain-killer ALSO,
10 KE0S ALCOHOL, 10 gallons each.
NAVAL STORES, HARDWARE, tee.
Cases boiled linseed oil, Boxes glass, asstd sixes, ,
Barrels do do do Half-bbls beeswax,
Cases spirits turpentine, Kegs Mystic white lead.
Cases chrome green, Kegs prem. cine paint.
Cases putty, Casks do do do.
Casks cut nails, asstd sizes, Bbls pitch.
Cases charcoal irons, Bbls rosin,
Casks American fence wire, Bbls tar.
Hills sheet iron, Hoop iron,
Assortment of round, square and flat iron.
Cases yellow metal, kegs composition nails, coils bolt rope, asstd
sizes, coils whale line, bales oakum, coils spunyant, coils
marl in. cotton canvas, assorted Nos., cotton
aud hemp sail twine, rolls felt for
ships' bottoms, assortment oars,
&c, &c, tiC
Sides harness leather '
Ox bows, do yokes
Garden rollers -
Kegs staves, 11 gallons
Pkgs bbl shooks
Cases paper hangings
Wood seat chairs
Harrows, seed sowers
Hay cutters, cultivators
Nests pHlnted covered buckets
Nests painted tubs.
3-hoop pails, field cans
Platform scales, weighing from
t os to 230 lbs.
Store trucks, ALSO,
500 bbls prime pork, 275 do mess beef,
75 half-bbls mess and clear pork, 20 kegs clear do,
25 tierces hams, 250 bbls Haxall flour,
1(H) half-bbls do do,
60,000 lbs pilot bread in whalemen's casks,
100 whisky barrels containing navy and pilot bread,
60 M brick, 5 M foot cedar boat boards,
200 iron hoop bbls containing Turks' Island salt,
6 smooth bottom whale-boats,
6 M oak plank, 50 bbls kaolin.
An assortment of lumber, consisting of
Best ceilar shingles,
Laths, Ac, &c Ac.
61-4m CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CARGO PER MMEDAMEHA IV,
THE UNDERSIGNED invites the attentions of deal
ers, jobbers, retail and country traders, to the large and
valuable assortment of merchandise just received by the above
named vessel. Among tbe more importaut articles will be
Bmwn cottons, browu drills, white madapolams,
White shirtings, various qualities, blue shirting.
Blue drill, fancy drills and trowsering in great variety,
White and drab cord, bed ticks,
White muslin goods of various descriptions.
Printed muslins, figured do, line cloth, doeskin,
nnmbrooms, plain alpacas, figured alpaca.
White, red and blue blankets, ass'd qualities and sizes,
Figured lustre, mosquito curtains, Brussels carpeting,
Velvet carpeting, clothing in great variety,
Hosiery aud undershirts all qalities,
Shirts of various descriptions, blue woolen shirts,
Fancy prints, true blue prints, mourning prints.
White ground prints, Turkey red and yellow do.
Silk corahs, English silks, lawns, hats, Ac, Ac, Ac
Assorted English Groceries) and Liverpool
English white lead, paints and boiled oil,
Rope ani canvas, bagging and wool packs,
Saddiery, bridles and bits, new styes.
Sheet lead, hollow-ware, sledge' hammers.
Anvils (large), crowbars, garden chairs, hat stands,
Wheel-harrows (iron), tool chests, .
Cutlery, chest locks, tin plate,
- Two screws for pressing wool or pulu, ass'd iron.
Brandy, port, sherry, claret, gin and whisky,
Allsop's draught ale in hogsheads,
Younger's draught ale in hogsheads.
Salt's draught ale in hogsheads,
Byas' ale in quarts and pints,
Allsop's ale, Pirn's ale, Meakim's ale.
Anchors and chains, fire bricks, blue bricks,
Slates, small money safes, gates, garden rollers,
Assorted earthenware, nappies, pipes, Liverpool salt,
Patent woven hose for fire engines, Ac, &c, Ac
62-tf. ROBERT C. JANION.
TOR AGE FOR 400 TO SOO TONS heavy or
kC5 ught goods, on the premises of the undersigned
44 , B. JF. SSOW.
. i T
TEN TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CURED
HAMS, r .
For sale by
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
EST QUALITY FRESH CORN
Best quality Iresh nutter.
07 Fresh Corn Meal and fresh Uorn liread uauy.
TWO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
frame and marble plate, for saloons, common Looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and Gobblets.
sor saie Dy
63-tf H. IIACKFELD OO.
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL
A ND NAILS For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
CODFISH, SMOKED SALMON, ENGLISH
herring and mackerel, for sale by
66-tf " C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.
CAST IRON PLOWS, AND
For sale by
KEGS HIDE POISON,
. , For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
MECHANIC TOOLS, Saws, Bench and Moulding
Planes. Stubbs and other Files. Rasps, Stocks and Dies,
Adsre, Hatchets, U reaches, ises, etc, lorsaieoy
AK JOIST, hard Pine Plank tat ship carpenter's use
For sate by .
61-tf CHAS. BRBWlkK, 5D. "
BOWLING ALLEY BALLS -
ITjlOR SALE-BaUs, of different sties, rrom tooj ana is.
Jt? Enquire at the Maseppa House, Nuuanu street.
64-tf - ujsohubi rsLu.b
AtTIUTLERY, of superior qualiiy, Pocket, Pen, Butchers'
nJ Farriers, Priming and Ivory handled xaoiej
EXPECTED PER "AXTILLA," FROM
Bremen, due here the end of this month, and for sale by
uie unaersigned ;
Bales fancy prints
do mourning do
do of Madapolams
do ,of superior shirting
do printed jaconeta
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets ft mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robes
do book muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do
Bales etnb. cambric handkfk.
do table tinea
do linen tape, do thread
do Water's beat quaL 6-cord
do sup. white flannel 1
do ptd. woolen table-covers
do tafetas, oiled silk
do wh. silk earn. bUkfs with
do ladies' veils, asstd quaL.
do black qui Us
' do scarlet and bine bUnkets
do sofa carpets
White and black silk gloves, lnr ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars,
Bracelets, eoifures, kid gloves, cs assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirts '
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia bats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety
English silk umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and enveloes
Ladies' imraitation combs, do asstd n aeons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half-woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
. Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Scarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and' drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
raun leai lists, Leghorn do, Bilk susiienders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolts
English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirrups and spars, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
Water bottles (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
Table knives and forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks ani eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, locks, sponges, ivory combs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisers
Ladies' pea and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Match boxes, iukstands, plated baskets, &c
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
. H. HACKTELD k. CO.
If. W. FIELD .
aTFFERS FOR SALE
Vr Dry Goods,
Crockery and Glassware,
Groceries, Naval Stores, kc.
. Ox Carts,
vt ines ana Liquors, :
Volar Oil, to, &c. 47-tf
SALE BY B. W. FIELD, merchandise
just received per Hamburg Br is Hero. from
Tahiti, consisting in part of the following named articles :
Bolts cotton canvas. Bolls tanned sheathing paper.
Bales navy oakum, Composition nails, assorted sizes,
Iron chests, Composition Rings,
Saperior Iron Safe,
Bars composition rod, for bolts, Kedge anchors.
M a nies, assortea pal terns and sixes.
Cases Spirit Terpentine, Copal Varaiah,
Cases) Lamp Chimneys,.
Barrels cement, Ac, ice., Ac 64-tf
BW. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE, THE
CARGO per clipper ship uF0RTUNA," from Boston,
ine toiiowing assortment oi men. oancuae : .
Naval Stores, '
Turk's isiana salt, -
60-tf Oars, ic, tc kc
A NEW ARRIVAL.
from San Francisco, takes this met he 1 of informing the
citizens and public in general of these Islands, that he has
brought with him a splendid and most extensive assortment of
Jewelry consisting of
FINE GOLD WATCHES,
RICH DIAMOND WORK, ,
JEWELRY, of all DtscRrpn-ir8,
PLATED asd SILVER-WARE,
CLOCKS, of all kinds ; also,
INSTRUMENTS, &c &c.
Au of which he will open in a few days, at the New Store of
Messrs. GRIKBAUM, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Ho
nolulu, and herewith invites the public to give hint a call and
examine the above articles.
Honolulu, September 2J, 1857. tf-65
JUST RECEIVED I
FOR SALE BT THE
Superior Ladies' while Hose,
Uent's " i "
Children's do "
do lace ,
Ladies' Gaiters, various styles,
Buskins, M . M '
Linen Thread on spools, .
sfN. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
JM and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continues
to devote himself to the treatment of Diskasks of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Dacos and Mkdicwbs of the best
quality, lie sells also
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignaaius beans, nox vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, aksohoL
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac,
Writing and marking ink. Sands sarsapariUa,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to mention.
27 Easily found when wanted. 6-tf.
the Supreme Court as an
having been licensed by
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 be will pay to all business committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage. -
Office over vr. u. f. Jndd's inrug More, corner or jrerefcaas
and Fort street.
Honolulu, May 28, 1857. ' 4a-ly
A SSORTED PANTALOONING, ENGLISH
t. Prints, table Covers, white flannel Bonnets, mohair Mitts,
For sale by
62-tf IL DIMOND.
BRAN AND SHORTS
FOR SALE AT THE MILL.
- - jr 65-tf '
TICILDERS' HARDWARE, Locks, Hinges, Butte
M.9 Screws, Bolts, springs. Brads, lacks, cc,
For sale by
W. K. LADD.
EX FANNY MAJOR
ASES 8UPERIOR BRANDY PEACHES
.... Cases good Black Tea,
- for saw ny
60- tf ' C.a.iH.1. POOR.
ROLLS WIRE FENCING,
. . . For tale by '
61- tf ' CHAS. BRKWTJt, an.
EAVY AND LIGHT RAVEN DUCS,
Cotton Canvas, assorted nos. ; . .
-. For sate ny
16-tf ' . CHAS. BRWKRJI P
EAU DE COLOGNE, tn cham. nottles, no elgnt-eor-.
oer bottles, Lubin's extract, Florida Water, Larsnder
Water, Pornatnni, etc, etc .... . ,. .
. - tt. HACKTSLP.
T A-QILLS $t WHALER'S BILLS tUsir at
unnowes raies vj
July 1, 1-tf 0K3IC.X-.-SIV
To f be Owners and Prraona Interested In
Whaleships in tbe Pacific Ocean.
Ornct or thb Pasama Rail-Road CoarrAKr,
Nbw Yobx, July 30, 1861. - i
The Panama RaU-Boad Company takes this saethorl
of informing those interested In the Whaling busi
ness, of tbe advantages offered by the KsilKwd
umii the lathmns of Panama, for tbe shipment 4
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, and far sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been In regular and successful operation f
more than two years, and Iu capacity tor the transportation ut
every description of merchandise. Including Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has been fully tested. Tbe attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their on from Panama to New York during the present sessou,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required w the accom
plishment of this importaut object. . A Pier, 4A0fcet fang, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the eud of wbtch Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lyb'g .
alongside, and deliver the sasae alongside of vessels at Aiii
walL Vessels of from 200 to 800 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mod at low water. . 1 , , - .
The vessels to and from Aapinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is i pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it In hew urkt
under thorough Billa of Lading;, at the rate of eight
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and nine cents per gl
lon if received In tho harbor from ship's tackles, charging U
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. This
charge covers every expense from Panama to New York, in cae
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial A-nt
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New luik
at tbe option of the shipper. . '
The vessels of the Company sail regularly ftrtnl-monUiIy, arm
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five davs. -The tune occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
fen hour, oil. durins- its transit across the Isthmus, will be .
, covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and ownr
may oe ass urea uuu everj wm we K. " .
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New lock with
out the slightest loss. - - '
Oil or other goods consigned for transportation to Uie Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to Willi an
Nekton, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every reqniits
information to shipper f . -
Fmdrmc L. Hakks, a "
Agent Panama R. R. Co., Honolulu 8.1. ; -12m
m FROM THE 1ST OP DECEMBER,
f 1856, to January 90th. 1867, 1 paid to UJs Oovwrr-mefit
JeitJL $1250. On Friday, June 27, a Kanaka came to my
house tor 2f eenU worth of beer, stating it was for C. Titwrrii.
bringing Vincent's cart to carry away the beer. The Kanala
took the beer. The same day I received a warrant of rrrt
tor selling this 62 cents worth of beer. For five days I bare
been at court, every day it having been postponed tor want tf
evidence. To-day I was fined $160. But kstea to the evl-
. Tk. IbLn Kanalca nolicemaa No. 1. give him Uire
glasses of this said beer be says it was bitter and snadm him "
giddy. The next is Mr. J ourdan, (police). He aays U made
the Kanaka's eyes crack and start. The next is Mr. BHckwmrt,
(police) and of course he says the same, with the addition liat
the Kanaka's eyes started out of his head and he looked like a
man that had eaten poisoned fish. Consider this evidence,
how It was got, and the men that gave it. When I paid to this
Government my good money, I expected to bsve the same tol
eration as other men who had paid $1000 a year. I offered to
make the beer before them, show them how it was hiade, and
bear all expenses. But there is a prejudice against beer, and
my $150 will pay them better tian looking at me make hew
That prejudice was got up by men holding spirit Hosnaes, in the
first place to do away with beer shops, and, after they wen
done away with, started selling beer, employing men to make it
tor them, not knowing or caring what was put into tt. V iliy 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 have the $180. Any other reason I cannot give.
I now Inform the public that I am tbe only man on these
Islands that can mako beer fit to drink. Never mind what the
publicans tell you about being aware of Steel's beer. Th-y are
afraid of If, they dread iu effect. , Not the effect
party that drinks It, but the effect It has had on their tills. I f
my beer was bad, people would not drink it. If I used p-r-nicJous
drugs, H. B. M. ship HmxmMak would never have gone
out of this port, and H. I. M. corvette Eurydiet would now
have a short complement of men. For the crews of ! t
ships have drank hundreds of gallons of my beer.
" Lire and
English Burton Ate,
12 and W cents per gta.
. 12i cents per p.
Abo, on hand, the best Brandy, Gin, Wines and Afal
Liquors (bottled) that can be bought in Honolulu. -
Also, about $200 worth of cheese, which Is to be given away
FREEAf AN J. BTKEL. ,
N. B. HORSES TO LET on
with new bridles and saddles.
HONOLULU SOAP WOttHS, .
v . " '.."" ' -. ' " .'
W. J. RAWLINS A CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present hnprovesnts, to
supply merchants and families with hard and soft soap I also.
neats foot oil. . . . .
tt And always ready to wry or traoe tor rauow,
all kinds of kitchen grease. - . ,., . --y
ZZ ' FOR SALE.' '- -
bTELLOW ' SHEATHING METAL ani J Cam
U. position Nails. Brogans, women's Goat Buskins, do kid
v. ladies' enameled Jenny Linds. do Morocco and Calf Burkina.
do Bronse Sontags Fairbanks' Platform Scales J f"
cers' do. Counter do, JSpaom Salts, Long Fluted Phials, Pina
Goods, Manila Oordage.
B. W. FIELD.
27-tf - . , ,
COFFEE 1 COFFEE IX COFFEE! I
v. pi its. II. Ammt for we sale
'At. comb's PLABtATtoa would inform the traders that h, is
eonstanUy receiving Coffee of to very oesi '7
Titeomb's Plantation at Hanalfi. which be offers for Sale.
. AI FIRE BRICKS,
, CHAS. EBXTXR, 2d.
CHILDREN'S BOOTS AUD mOITJ ',
Corner Nunanu and Qusea streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED would ipeot
fully inform the citizens of Honolula shai he has
leased the above-named premises, where a win
endeavor to give satisfaction to aU who may
favor him' with their custom.
IV HIMPKKM, ratoaer.
HONOLULU SAILORS' EOITI3.
SEAMEN PATRONIZING THI3 B ILOK.T
HOME wul find that the ImprovenMSMl rwoMly aade
will afford more accommodation and grater com Sort, baving
several additional sleeping rooms the as esdarged and
In connexion with the Sailors' Bane, ks a Chlpctng Oflloi,
where applications from Captain requiring sawa will
punctually attended to. .
Uomra ana unging ror seamen, pw wot, , -
Private table, for officer. V
C TCZTJIC, Manager.
Sept. 1, 2867. ."
Old ospwr and eorsrc'-lorii and '
Wanted by the subscriber, fcr which tbe highest sash pries) -will
be allowed by . " -
4s-tf s . viiAS. 1.UHU, .
, . . COALS I . .
ON BOARD THE XOHH UAESHAIX, 100
tons of tbe very best Scraaton Inwo eoala, sny wttaotitT of
which I will Mai at $30 per ton of 29U B - "
60-tf' -' Agent .
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