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TlXikl HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. NOVEMBER 19. 1S57 - IvMS;
Hint ! AsricaltarUta.
Ci ltivatiot or TTheat.Tii tK. -n:,..:
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eat taere i.t pertainm? m.inv nvmTuW ;n
v.-: . . i " iv
. k'iiki athi proiuetire return. The first thinz
o be consfJered ia the preparation of the ground for
ft tuen tee whether th im,i,n,l ,;k
at preparinfr, hs raffident fool in order to pro
is a good yield, aa well as handsome, plamp and
I" he best fertilizers for wheat, as b likewise true of
otner crop, are those which are found by analysis
Bufficieut for brinzinz the soil into exact chem-
balance. The constituent that may be reouired
levsily be ascertained bj comparing the an-UjsU
ie soil wim mat or tne Wheat plant. The prac
f farmer should always make a ConiDarison of the
lysis of the wheat plant with that of the analysis
!'ie soil, so that the missing or wanting con-tltu-i
if there be any, may come within his notice,
ie next we may consider are good agricultural
ements, by which the preparation of the soil is to
Tested, such as the bar-share and subsoil plow,
Jbw and roller, &c A good plow is essential for
Execution of good work, without which it will be
y perfortned. I may also add a good and snb
Ji order that the roots of plants might ramify with
lity in the earth, it is necessary that it be plowed
Jp and thoroughly disintegrate"! By preparing it
we gie an opportunity o the chemical changes
Vbich go on in the soil ; al the rains to penetrate, as
well as giving a free circulation of air to the soil,
if we consider it an entablbhed fact thai the roots of
' the whet plant penetrate several feet in a well pre
pared soil, we must at once admit that it is highly
ppential to have it deeply disintegrated, in order that
they may have a free and uninterrupted course. We
; generally find deep plowing too much disregarded
among the generality of our farmers. Were it other-
wie, we mizht expect more generally a better yield
:f wheat, other things being equally considered.
WnrrrwAn for Orr-BtS32i"Tae a clean
aarrel thit will hnM water. Put into it half a bushel
of quicklime, and slack it by pouring over it boiling
- . . . f i
iter sumcient to cover u iour or nve incnes ueep,
'stir it untu slackel. When quite slacked dissolve
it in water, and add two pounds of sulphate
inc. and one of common salt, which may be had at
any of the druzgists, and which in a few days will
cause the whitewash to harden oa the wood. Add
sufficient water to bring it to the consistency of thick
To make the above wash of a pleasant cream color
For fawn color, add four ponnls umber, onepounu
nnian red. aua one pouna lamnoiaca.
For grey or stone color, add four pounds raw umber
anu two pouilu iauiiuiat.
The color may be put on with a common whitewash
T I 1 1 . Vs n.fl mjtvA ItlMtri a Kn
1-?A - T
IrcRE.3E or Ixsxt, &r. It is estimate-i that
t(XUl uizieiv iiiuusauu rj t-c v& to c&u. vu me
reptiles and amphibia; eight hundred known mam
inLferous animals; six thousand species of fL?h; and
sit thousand biri. Uetwecn one ana two millions
T .T...Tu .1 Tntyu: Mam . I , wt T h a a Iru rwwtiliot in
to curb its luxnriancy; one species of nettle is
fease may le shown oy a lew examples, une nesrt
'y will prtxluoe twenty thousand young in a single
jmmer, and their growth is so rap'd that they in-
.t-ease two hanJrel times their own weight intwenty
foar hours, and obtain their full sue in five days. It
is said that three of these flies and their increase, will
devour the carcass of a horse as soon as a lion. A
inzle Cf-lfi.-'h produces nine millions of eggs in one
fen-oa; the flounder above a million, and the mack
erel five hun lred thousand. " An increase so great
if permitted to arrive at maturity, that the oceau it
self in a few years would not be spacious enough to
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COuUliQ Its iuujimwui
Cows IToLnixo rr Ttitm Iruc. Accrrefrpondent
,tf the Aintrira'i AriculturUt states that be had a
row that would not give down her milk; and as he
bad hear that putting a weight on the back of a cow
w ,ul I cinke her give down ber milk he laid a bushel
fif corn on her back, but without effect. lie then put
V rl!w on ber back, and bore till her batk became
billowed, and then she gave down her milk freely.
In the American Vetriaariinm we remark that
the holding up of milk is done by an effort of the cow,
rf which she will tire after a while, and if a person
will 'leal gently with fw n'l sit down and perform
the o,ual oneration c iiilking, persevering steadily.
the milk will flow "hort time. The discovery of
the milk will flow Vt "hort t,me- 11,e i'0,
th' simple and r-'srfle methol was made by
fn'y nine year-Jy age, who could milk the ta
f.-ictory cw, Y'lch strong men had tried in
ih lu- When does a person arrive to the years of
Lieretion ? .V. K. Farmer.
A Valcabi c Cement. The French cement for the
r"of',f b'Aios, to preserve the wood and protect it
ir m lire. J made in the following manner :
Tike a-Aauch lime as is usual in makings pail full
of white?ih, and let it be mixed in the pail nearly
ti'l of mter; in this put 2.J lbs. of brown sugar and
o H. fine salt; mut'theni well together, and the
eewmt U crmipleted. A little lamp black, yellow
"in, or other coloring commodity, may be intro
'i ice.1 to change the color of the cenei to please the
fincy of ttw.se who use it. It has been used with
jri; sti'Tccs, and lieen recornmendcl paticularly as
protection against fire. Small Fparks of fire that
frfjnenrly 1,kI on the roofs of houses, are prevcntexl
ly th; cement from burning the shingles. So cheap
an 1 v klnable a precaution against this destructive
demerit ruht not to pass unnoticed. Those who wish
t 1 better satisfied of its utility, can easily make the
experiment by using a small portion of the cement on
a me small temporary building or it may be tried
ta shinjles put together tor the purpose, and then
eipesed to the fire.
nzzi UctT to Catch. When I jm my horse
to pvtnre, last spririg, I found him rery bad to catch
I tried salt, at, sugar, &c, but all to no purpose.
ne, alone, could not catch him. Though this diffi
fu'7 miht help to cultivate the principle of patience,
so quite unpleasantly, and I resolved to try
plan less troublesome; so I purchased a pair of
?ce chains at the hardware store, bad them welded
iiia one. and the hooks taken o at a blacksmith's,
48 i then fastened one end around the horse's neck,
a padlock for a toggle", letting the other drag
pn the ground. The result was, I had no more
to'iole to cat h my horse, nor did he get out of the
PV!tnre the chain answering the purpose of a fetter
J. Sidlct, Forestville, K. Y-Rural J'cw
Ax Acre of Last Coatvixs 4 roods, each rood
rr,U or poles; 10O rod feet each; 4,840 square
rvfe, 9 feet each; 43,500 square feet, 144 inches;
lio squares of 6 inches each, SG Laches; 0,772,
ihclies, or s-juare of 1 inch each.
ErtiMi or Apple Teees. A horticulturist in
& hernia has a beautiful plantation of the best sort of
Pp!e-trees, which have neither sprung from seeds
grafting. His plan is to take shoots from the
Nicest sorts, insert them in a potato, and planfte
uim -. t - .i . i - . . mw.wa iir
iiihi iue groun'i. leaving uut au mtu vi
ahoot above the surface. The potato nourishes the
whilst it pushes out roots, and the shoot grada
'? springs up and becomes a beautiful tree, bearing
t!le best of fruit, without requiring to be grafted.
Ztrrm roa Cracto Hams. To a leg of 12 lbs:
I o. aalt petre ; 4 ox. alma ; 3 gilLt Molasses ;
i i Pint fine sale Rub it on and let it lay 3 days ;
'aen miie a pickle to cover it, strong enough to bear
10 Let it lay in the pickle 6 weeks and then
toolte it. -
Psarn Txees Mr. IIofTner, a distinguished horti
''Uiarist of this country, was informed during a
visit to Lexington, Ky., by some of the horti
aitarisu of that city, that they had found au effect aal
PfeTfntive of the peach worm. It consists of the
imp! application of horse stable manure, in progress
' aeCOniDOSition. ti thm nw.,. nf Imo. in inrin. .nil
H seasons the earth to be dug away to the depth
about three inches, and the manure to be about six
'aches abov e the surtace. This has been tested by
. . wuuuwu, Miia, MIU VUOO,
mLZjn a11 ooums or its etneacy. 1 1.
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business' ' , gusto Carts. )obrs.im& Ifante. . crtistnwnts. gJiWistinnits.
A. P. EVERETT,
Corner of Qoeeo aod Nanano street, Iluodtula, II. I.
Mestrs. StMPw5 & Tappax, -
E. D. Brk.rim tc Co.,
BrTLK, Hum & Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1857.
R. COADY & CO.,
Shipping and Cnmntimion Merchants, Honolulu, S. X.
Messrs. OnrsxcLL, MraTrM A Co., . New York.
Wiluets A Co., - "
Well, i ailim A Co-, . San Francisco.
A L)r A Co..
a. . Tails A Co.,
BaU.SO BkOTHEKS A Co.,
Exchange for sale on the United States and Europe.
Honolulu, July 1, H5A. Jyl-tf
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,
Superintends the outfitting of vessels from this port, to the
shipment of oil and bone, aud negotiates whalemen's
Messrs. Moroax, Hathaway, A Co, San Francisco.
M ArOHDRAT A Co., -
D. R. Chkk A Co., - New Bedford.
Jamrs it. CosiiMi, EcQ.,
. 54-tf W. ii. E- Pope, Eq., -
IS. W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Ilonolnlu, Oaho, Sandwich Iilanda.
By permission, he refers to
C. W. CABTwaiotrr, Priilent of Manufacturers' Insurance
Mesirs. IL A. Pierce, - - - Boston.
Tbatku, Rica k Co-, - "
Edwaro Mott Robis.0!, - New Bclford.
Jobs V. Barrett A Sons, - ' Nantucket.
Pekki3 A Surra, - - New London,
B.V. Ssow, - Honolulu
Ship Chandler, Dealer in QmfTiil Mcrehnmliue, and Commission
Merchant. IIoiuilulo, Ouhu, S. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
auired bv whalesliii and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of procerles, provisions, Ac,
at tne shortest notice, at tne very lowen maricet prices.
Try Money advanced ibr whalers' bills at the lowest rales.
C. Tim RICHARDS & CO.,
Shinjytondlers, Iir4ts .U'JComtnission Merchants, Hono-
D. Tim FCTT13R, .
Continues his old business at the new store'Iakee's new fire
proof buildinz, at the stand recentlysnpied by Dr.
Hoffmann, cotict of Queen anil Kaahumanuperts.
Chronometers ratel by otwervatious of the sun d stars
with a tranit instrunient acrurately adjusted to tne
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and nuadrant plnsses silvered
and ail justed. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on band ami for sale. 4-tf
'Wholesale Dealer In Wines and
the Post Office, Honolulu.
Spirits, Ale and
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, W holesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, II. I., under the Auction Riom of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
CtTST. C. JfELCHERS. - CCST BEIXEKS.
MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship ChandhTs, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. L Stone store comer of Kaahiunann and Merchant sts.
Money adrancwl on favuralile terms for Whalers hills on the
U. S. and Europe. July 1, IS06-U
Ehip Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, S, I.
Ships supplied with refreshments, jrovuion, Ac at the
shortert notice, on reasonable terms. Whalers bills wanted.
July 1. ISid-tf
B. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,
C. A. Si. II. F. POOR,
Importers and CommfSon Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, 8.1.
INLAN D PRODl'CE of all kinds, Ijought, sold aod taken
in exchange for goods. 60-tf
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
James F. B. JIarsball, Treasurer, in the stone buildings, oc
cupied by B. W. Field, up stairs.
J. C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu. Oahu, 8. L,
Wanfd, Bills f Exchanse on the I". S. and Euroe. Con
riirnmenU from abroad pritnitly attull to. Island iro
duce of all kimls taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tf
II. HACKFELD & CO..
General Commissioo Agents, and Ehip Chandlers. Tionolula,
Oahu,&L - Juiyi,i3oo-u
ROBERT C. JANIOX,
3Ierchant and CommLssion Agent, Honolulu, Oaho, 8. T. Jy 1 t
. VOX HOLT. . C BKCK
Von HOLT & HEUCK,
General Commission Merchanta, Honolulu, Oaho, S. I. Jy 1-t j
n Mm-h.nL BoBtna. U. S. Refer to Jas. Makee and
B W. W ood sqra.
July 1, lSott-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRHiHT,
Commuwlon Merchant aad General Shipping Aent Tlonolultt,
Oahu, U. I. July 1, lS-o-tf
KRULL & MOLL, .
rnand Commission Merchants, Kaahumanu street Ma
ker's biocic ju,y l
USX. S. CASTLE.
AMOS. B. COOKS.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retad dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the hang and School
BtrretA. near Die Urg! Stme Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. U. Nicholson, in King street, oppo
site the Seaman ChapcL Agents for Dr. Jaynes' Medi-
r. A. ALDRICH.
c. a. BLsHor.
ALDRICH & BISHOP,
Importers and dealers in general merchandise, Honolulu, Oahn,
S.I. Island produce bouaht and sold. Agents for the sale
a riTee. At. from the Lihue and otlier
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, oacu.
Dealer to Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Nuaarm
aod Maunake streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tl
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuana streets on
the Punchard premises. jury l-n
W. N. LADD,
Importer and dealer in Hardware, Fort st. Honolulu.
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer to Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King street.
SAVIDGE Ai MAY,
Grocers and Provision Merchant and Coffee
street, near the Bethel.
July 1, 1-tf
S. Tim E3IERSON,
Waialua. Oahn, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce ncli a Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, Ac
. ... i- I
SBm.TiD sn.1 Copper Pnral. Bathing TUi.
v.--. I km.pt Ratha. Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen;
t . , m . i mmnm I
eral assortment of Tin ware.
work executed with
July 1, 1-tf
neataesa and dispatch.
J. H. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer aod DeaW ln B s Fhoes of every
description. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rtof. Harness,
""T.:1 . , rif W Hot. and
f?" .. ""L'l, .Tt.,, Vi Is! and Masks. Black
- Turt and Merchant sts.. lioouliilu, U. L July I-tf
CHARLES TV. VINCENT,
rnvnt t rTOR AND BUILDER. The unaersignea w.io
CfWIIUnva bk. tmkea the well
. . . . a
, form his menus ana "'T ii lZwTr. Esa on Fort
runtcr premise of C. II. lowers, tsq-, oa man
ssreet, sod would solicit that Pf0" rZlTvlAJ
TlZlr an l in the varlon branches of BoJldtog,
Jipeciflcations and ContracU attended to with prompU
aod enp MARLES W
AGENT FOR THE
New York Braral of Underwriter.
The undeniftned takes kave to notify Merchants, Ship" Masters,
Ac that he has been duly appointed as Agent fur the
New York Board of Cndenrriurs.
13-lj- A LEX. J. CARTWRIQHT.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
i undersiimed bega leave to notify Merchants, Ehip owners,
f hip nutAters, that he lias received the apiouitnient ol
GENT at these iKlamls for the LIVEltPUOL L'NUKIt
1-tf ROBERT C.JAMON.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
ed bejrs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Uiat ' be has received the appointment ot
Islands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
ROBERT C. JAMOX.
1ERN ASSURANCE COM PA-
home and aliroad
The underaiKued has bt'
appointed Aprent for the Sandwich
BERT CHESHIRE JANIOX.
Agents of the Hamburg and Lulxtk Underwriters,
Oahu, II. I.
July t, !S56-tf
FLORENS STAPlVTMORST, , .
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwrrs. AU average claims
against the saitl C nilenrriters, occuVng in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified be Ve him. . July 1-tf
E. IIOFFSCHLAECKR Ai STVPENIIORST,
A sent, for the
, i PARIS BOAJtD OF UNDER1TERS.
AVIS AU PUBLIC.
Les Soussignes, ayant te nommes Aittts pour les
Assureurs maritimes de I'ans, p,p leneut le
public en general. et les Capitainedfjle na vires
marchands Fran5ais, qui visiteut les (Vrts de ce
royaume, en particulier, que danstous les
cas a avarics, qui auraient lieu uans ces Barages,
iLTdevront, faire constater et verifier les taits
devant eux pour legahser Icurs reclaliations
coutre les dits assureurs.
ED. IIOFFSCHLAKGint & STAPENH
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED. Acrentsof the W;
pany, are prepared to iusure risks against fir.
about Honolulu. ,A
For particulars apply at the oflice.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1857.
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CJ
raillrJ Li.rMJj-;K.l(x til negs to notify to th' par
JL ties wno nave insurca in tins -ottice wootlen builli.-s or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in- Vinse
sequenceof the continued erection of large and hiKh nl.den
nuiuings close togetner in narrow streets, no more risks o Itiin
ler constructions iu the town will be taken, ami Uiose al f .uly
talten will not be reneweu on the eNplration or Uieir terms
ROBERT C. J ANION,
62-tf Agent for the Xorthcrn Assurance (
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 6Wim
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL.
Corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets.
r Tl - I , ,1'TTH) t-
T. 1 i 1T...I l r i.- n T
lst quality, family Medicines anu Prescriptions care
fully prepared. Medicine Chests examined and refitted on
I Attendance at the oflice from 8 A. M. till 6 P. M-, on w-y
days, and from 8 to 11 A. M. on Sundays. At other tiir,-,
at bis residence. Union street. 69-tfu? '
DR. Jm MOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fon and Hotel street, Honolulu.
Office and Drag Store, Queen Street, at the stand formerly oc
cupied by Dr. .Lathrop. 'Ship's Medicine chests refitted
and prescriptions carefully prepared under the su.Tvision
4 LANUI1EKNE. Uot,cold,wor,slKweran(lmetlicate)
T . . . ii 1. T . 1 r I
CHAS. F. GUILLOU,
Late Surgeon United States Xavy, Consular Physician to
American seamen. Office next door to J. C. Spal
Kaahumanu St.; Residence at the late French i'r.
es, A lakes sreet. Respectfully offers his pnif.-sioni-
vices to resident families, to th shippine, and to sf, V2
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generally. Jioiicai auu rurgicai auvice in r.iiKiisn, .-..u
Sfwaish, and Italian. Oihce hours from 11 A. SI o 'i P.
M and fnim 4 to 6 P. M.
At other hours enquire at his residence. TrSf
Physician and Surgvin, office In the new drj
the store of IL. Jlackleia Co., Que
Ehip Chandlers and DealcrGeneral Merchandise,
LAIIAlNAaACI, II. I.
Shins sunttlled with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange.
. BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchant and Dealers In
General .Mercnannise, Lanaina, siaui. n naiers iurnisneu
with recruits at the shortest notice, hi exchange for troods
or bills. -tf
. S. IIOFFMEYER. .
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina, Mar.1, Ii. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted ou the V. 8. and Euroe.
Storage. July 1, 185o-U
JOHN D. HAVEKOST,
Auctioneer, Wsiluku, East Maui. 38-1 yr
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
ilonolulu, ana Lanaina, juaiu. c-t-ti
Ship Chandler and dealer to General Merchandise, Waiakea Bay,
Keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
descriution of Bonds required by whale sldps and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh beef, Vegetables, and all kinds of
Urocenes. arm irovistons sc. at tne hmwf uuuev, a. uie
verv lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 6000 -barrels, being near
the landing, and free from thatched buildings. .
Wanted, Whalers bills on the C. S. or Europe, lor which money
will be advanced on reasonable terms.
N. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group, iiere you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
sertion. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold
UTAI & AIIEE,
Agent for the Papakoa and Pueo Sugar Plantations, at nilo ;
imiKirtera ana in noresaie anu ikwu xt.- i a w
flood, have on hand, and offer for sale, at their establish
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina, JVaul,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and t a large and
varfc assortment of ajeneral merchandise.
Honolulu, August 13, la57. : S9-ly
- J. WORTH,
Dealer in General Merchandise, HUo, Hawaii. Shirs supplied
with recruit at the shortest notice, on reasoniioie -terms
Bills of exchange wanted. - Jnly 1, 1856-tf
Baker and Grocer, Nnnaou-etreet, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
nnllE UNDERSIGNED Is now prenared to repair or
n.niifitrtiini all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, windt
i. ..;tir !, ffwlntr. .nd smith work
Cart boxes, lorge DacKS, anvus sc. vu uwt
order. . .....'..".."'
Iron and and best quality of smitn s coai iot saw.
Also one excellent small sised sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power. ,
IV A VARIETY OF STYLES
.1 anhstantiallv. and on 6iir terms.
Boons, iiemanums, -"-S - T T'.
order, officers of ship can have tneir navigation manji
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
miiv ttnwm I or .mil. rau u.o - -
Kawaianao. Ohl books reoouna i k" n.ns.
Oro'm.y also be k-n at II. M. WIIITNETT Book
store, H.axHulu. BAMLAIj BUS iLL
July 1, lSM.tr-
JAMES A. BURDICK,
Cooper and Ganger, begs to inform his friend andtaer 5
generally, wax ne na reoooiuiencwj u. "K11 - - -
on his old stand, la the rear of Mr. U. Rhodes' Spirit awre
and opposite Mr. Monsarrat'S Auction Room, and respsct
folly aoDciu a share of the, public patronage. All orders
.rompUy attended to. . .' . 13-tf
. c nr. iewebs,
Lam ber and building materiaUyPort 8c. nonohihi.
r i . . .. , r . r t.-
Jnly 1-y J
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
HOl'SK in Nnti.inu YnflRV- iimC .hoVA thM miHKnm nf
'' ''I P nM hivlnfflum t.l in itiAPrnlirh mih..1 f,.
uiauel with an ample supply of water, will be leased on rea
sonable terms to a good tenant. Apply to
V.M. C. PARKE,
71-tf Agent fur W. T. Walker.
A COTTAGE with a large garden, situate I on
the west side of the lane running from King to Queen
, streets, opixwite tho palace, at present occupied by J.
Smithies, Esq. The cottage contains three rooms, and has just
been put in thorough repair. There is a good cook house, fowl
house and well of water on the premises. The above offers a
pxxl opportunity to any small family wishing a resilience a
short distance from towu. For particulars apply to
OLD. CLARK, Hotel street.
' Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1S57. 6i-tf
THE TWO STORES NOW BEING
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant sis.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
early application. For terms, please apply to
(X-tt B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Dwelling House, situated on the corner of Fort and Bere
tania streets, at present occupied by Dr. Geo. A. Lathrop.
Possession given 1st Jan., 1S58. , - ,
, Apply to . .
65-tf . , CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY
ACRES, more or less, of rich land, well s" pted for'
wheat growing and for suirar cane, at Nawil . ...Kauai,
lying one mile from the beach, adjacent to tho Lihuu Mill and
Plantation, and at a considerable elevation a!i"VC the se.-t.
Part of the tract is well watered, and tho ''hole of it can
be easily and chesply irrigated. The entire tract is en
cfoxed. The dwelling and out-houses are all iu - thorough
For terms, . Apply to "
6a-tf B. W. FIELD, Honolulu. 1
tTIIK FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
',;; ROOMS, in the brick huililing, corner of Queen and
,iKiJ" Kaahumanu streets, generally known as Uie Mukee A
Aiilhon building, viz. : , -
The"second floor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. Aldrich A Bishop, suitable for
The rear office on the first floor (lately occupied by D. N.
The office on the second floor, (lately occupies ; . T. Makee, '
The cellar of the above building, capable of storage for 1,500
barrels. , Apply to
63-tf - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a' term of years,
the Store Premises now occupied by the undersiimed.
65-tf B. F. SXOW.
REAL ESTATE TO 1JE SOLD, OR TO LET.
THAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Huililing Bituated in King street, and known us the Main
1 ht el, is now offered for sale, or to lease, ou moderate
terms. Tli-re is situated on the premises splendid Bowling
Alleys, and all other accommodations fitting for a first-class
Hotel, or a private residence. For other particulnrs enquire of
Xuuanu street, Honolulu,
or EDWARD BKUWX,
62-tf Nuuanu Yallcy.
THE COTTAGE AND GROUND AD
JOINING on the Nuuanu road, nt present occupied by
the Rev. J. D. Su-ong. Possession civen on the 1st of
LH:c. next. Aonlv t,.
" IV f , , , IU " W. II. TEASE.
ESIRABLE RESIDENCE IN. LAHAINA
fZT- TO LET. The undersigned offers to let a good
f frame House, with throe-fourtlisof an acre of choice land
.t-Jn aiijoinlng, very pleasantly situated in the town of La-
The house is now undergoing thorough repairs and Improve
ments, which will make it a very desirable residence.
EDWAKD P. BOND.
Lahaina, Sept. 6. 6o-om
A BUILDING LOT situated In Kukui Place, ad
joinu W. it. Seal, Esq. The above Lot is enclosed with
a six feet fence, together with the privilege of the gov
eminent water. Apply to
61-tf Nuuanu street, near the Wharf.
BEST CELLAR IN TOWN.
TO LET BY THE MONTH Or YEAR
that large, high, airy and perfectly dry, cellar under
the store of the un'Ierigned t room for all 160 tons es
pecially fit for storing il, provisions, Ac, Ac. Knquire at
S3tf VOX HOLT A HEUCK.
FOR STORING COALS. KRICKS,IRON
lumltcr, firewood, Ac, TO LET by the month or year.
This yard is securely fenced in, well shaded, and ad
joining the store of
u'J-lf VON HOLT A nEUCK.
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER -OFFERS FOR
V sale low, tho very desirable cottage built by B. F.
.i.'JJL Harder, on Kukui street, opposite the residence of A. P
tvereit, Ksq. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
malerinls by Mr. Harder, for his own occupancy, and is sup
plied with water, bath-room and other conveniences.
Apply to J. F. B. AfARSnALL.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857. 5-lf
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Roliert 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
t -j;j! FIRE PROOF BLILIUNU, on King street, corner of
X4a Mauua Kea street, now occupied by ii. Buhle & Co.
The lower part is excellently fitted with -:
Koa Shelves and Conntrrn, -For
a Itetail Store. The uper part contains
Five Spneions Dwelling Itosmn.
And the extensive yard is provided with a &ood well, brick
Terms low. Possession given immediately, If required. For
further particulars apply on the premises, or t
. 43-U" VON HOLT & HEUCK'S.
COTTAGE TO LET.
-TO LET The house now occupied by Thomas
SkSJ Brown, iu Nuuanu Valley, niakai of the residence of
I B. O. Hall.
Register Oliice, May 1, 18S7. . 47-tf
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE " FOWLER FARM," situated to Pa
lolo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-seven acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist
Honolulu, April 28, 1857. ' 44-tf
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
S. JOHNSON, Carjienter,
32-tf - Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel.
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
Ao. ; upper part fine sleeping rooms, and one cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street ; and one-half or the Cellar under same.
Apply to f31-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 20-tf THOS. MOSSMAN.
OFFICE TO LET,
. Apply to
2-tf . - .
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-(34-tf)
. U. M. WHITNEY.
oliice. Enquire of
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES, ,
LIQUORS and CIGARS, LAHAINA, MAUI,,
begs most respectully to inform his friends and the resident
public generally, also Masters and Officers of vessels visiting .
Lahaina, that he has made arrangement to receive regularly
from the United States and England, choice assortment of very
best qualities of the above articles. His stock at present com
prises . ' .si ..
Pure London Dock Marten Brandy, - "! :
- Otard, Dupoy A Co.'a - do, ? .
American do, for shipping, in 6 and 10 gallon package,
Old Monongahela Whisky, in do do do do, '
Holland gin, in cases, kegs and demijohns,
Sherry and port wine, claret do., champagne, ; .
- Porter and ale, In casks aud cases.
, 'also - ;' . ' "
' Manila cigars and cheroots, Havana do., and a complete as- ,
sortment of the article usually found in similar estab-.
Ushments to Europe and the United States.
B. Particular attention paid to putting up stores for sblp
"OCERIES, CASES CANDIES,
f White beans. Table salt to 6-th bags,
--' " Pride of CaUfomia" tobacco,
Pepper sauce, and sundry other articles,
' "" Forsalebv
.v: -. C. A
m I mm
FOR THE FALL SEASON.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
the cargo of the American .hip JUU.V GILPlJf, from
Boston, now lauding.
. DRY GOODS.
Bales Pearl River Denims, 23 inch, -Bales
Cases blue cottons, "
Bales gunny bags, - .
Cases blue drills.
Bales brown cottons,
Trusses bags, (2 and 11 bushels),
, Bales bagging.
Cases spool cotton,
Cases blue cotton thread.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cases native women's shoes, - - "
men's kip brogaus,
44 goat u
" it. ttrap heel pumps,
" boy's French ties, v
youth's 44 "
44 men's opera slips,
44 44 pat. sewed French ties.
44 44 . Congress gaiters,
44 . 44 lasting '
44 44 thick welted boots. -
KittS maeVere! " ; Bbla best Carolina rice,
Boxes codfish Cases water crackers,
Kitts tongues and sounds Cases soda do ' .
Cases fine cut tobucco Cases butter do
Cases tobacco, 8s " Cases wine do
18 lb boxs tobaccco, J ft lump Cases brandy peaches
Boxes raisins, cases prunes,
Cases do cherries
Cases asstd essences
Cases green corn
Cases 1 tb sansage meat
Cases do lobsters
('ases 2 ibs clams
Case do lxiiled mutton
Cases asstd preserved meats
Cases preserved quinces
Cases strained houey
Kegs split peas
Kegs white beans
Coses pine-apple cheese
Cases Vermont do
Cases Goshen do
Cases tomato ketchups
Boxes brown soup
Boxes salt water soap
Cases Townsend's sarsparilla
Boxes Bristol brick
Cases pepper sauce
Cases cayenne pepper
Cases asstd pie fruits
Cases 2 lbs roast mutton
Cases do ' mince meat .
Cases asstd preserves
Cases. 2 lbs beef soup
Cases do oysters
Cases 1 lb mock turtle soup
Half-bbls dried apples
Cases asstd confectionarics
Cases Pembroke table salt
Boxes brown pepper
Boxes do pimento
Baskets sujerior olive oil
Cases . do do do
Boxes chemical olive soap
Cases mustard .
Boxes pipes . -Half-bbls
Half-bbls canary seed
Hall bbls saltpetre
Jasks Uoshen butter
Cases pain-killer ALSO,
in KPnq ATPnimr. in iraiinn. u-h
NAVAL STORES, HARDVAREAc.
Cases boiled linseed oil,
Boxes glass, asstd sizes, .
Kegs Mystic white lead,
Atnrreis ao do do
Cases spirits turpentine,
Cases chrome green,
Kegs prem. zinc paint,
f Casks cut nails, asstd sizes,
Cases charcoal irons, -
Casks American fence wire,
Bills sheet iron,
Casks do do do.
- Bbls rosin,
' Assortment of round, square and flat iron.
Cases yellow metal, kegs composition nails, coils bolt rope, asstd
sizes, coils whale line, bales oakum, coils spunyam, coils
uiarlin, cotton canvas, assorted No., cottoa
and hemp sail twine, rolls felt -for
ships' bottoms, assortment oars,'
Ac, Ac, Ac
Wood seat chairs
Steel ploughs '
Harrows, seed sowers - '
. Nests trunks
Assortment saddlery -Sides
Ox bows, do yokes
Canal barrows ' i
Kegs staves, 1-1 gallons
Pkgs bbl shooks
Casks rivits '
Cases paper hangings
liny cutters, cultivators
Cane cutters . "
Nests pointed covered buckets
Nests painted tubs,
3-hoop pails, field cans
Platform scales, weighing from
t oz to KKl its.
Store trucks, - ALSO,
600 bills prime pork, 275 do mess beef,
75 liull-blils mess and clear pork, 20 kegs clear do,
25 tierces hams, 250 bbls llaxall flour,
100 half-bbls ' do do,
60,000 tb pilot bread in whalemen's casks,
100 whisky barrels containing navy and pilot bread.
60 M brick, 5 M fet cedar boat boards,
200 iron hoop bids containing Turks' Island salt,
0 smooth bottom whale-boats, ,
5 Jl oak plank, 50 bbls kaolin.
An assortment of lumber, consisting of
Dimcusion staff, , - .'"
Pine boards, ..
Best cellar shingles, .
. Clapbourds, .
Laths, Ac, . Ac,
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
C1UG0 PER KAMlIIAMEHA IV,
riMIE UNDERSIGNED invites the attentions of deal
JL ers, jobbers, retail and country trailers, to the large and
valuable assortment of merchandise just received by the above
named vessel. Among the more important articles will be
Brown cottons, brown 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, tine cloth, doeskin,
Giimbrooms, plain alpacas, figured alpaca, .
White, red and blue blankets, ass'd qualities and sizes,
' Figured lustre, iwequito curtains, Brussels carpeting,
, Velvet carpeting, Clothing in great variety, ,
Hosiery and undershirts all qalities,
Shirts of various descriptions, blue woolen shirts,
Fancy prints, true blue prints, mourning prints,
White ground prints, Turkey red aud yellow do,
. Silk corahs, English silks, lawns, hats, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Asserted English Groceries and . Liverpool
English white lead, paints and boiled oil, ...
Rope an J canvas, bagging and wool packs, ' . -
Saddlery, bridle and bits, new styes.
' -' Ilnrdwarr.
Sheet lead, hollow-ware, sledge hammers, -'
Anvils (large), crowbars, garden chairs, hat stands, .
Wheel-barrows (iron), tool chests,
Cutlery, chest locks, tin plate,
Two screws for pressing wool or pulu, ass'd iron.
Liquora. , . . '
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,
, Alisop's ale, Pint's ale, Meakim's ale.
Sundries. V '
Anchors and chains, fire bricks, blue bricks,' ' -Elates,
small money safes, gates, garden rollers, "
Assorted earthenware, nappies, pipes, Liverpool salt,
Patent woven hose for fire engines, Ac, Ac, Ac
62-tf. ROBERT C. J ANION.
TORAGE FOR 400 TO SOO TONS heavy or
light goods, on the premise of the undersigned -
44 . B. F. 8N0W.
TEN TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CURED
For sale by
61-tf CHAS. BREWER, ZD.
" FOR SALE. :
BEST QUALITY FRESH CORN
Best quality fresh butter.
jy Fresh Corn Meal and Fresh Corn Bread daily.
49-tf J. FOX.
TWO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
- frame and marble plate, for saloons, common Looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and Gfcbbieta.
, . - - - - tot saie ny
62-tf v H. HACKFELD & CO.
CODFISH, SMOKED SALMON, ENGLISH
herring and mackerel, for sale by
OO-tf - U. Ai. AUUtULXVLIS s w.
STEEL AND CAST IRON PLOWS, AND
Wheelbarrows,- -Joraaleby ,
62-tf ' H. DIMUNJJ.
Oaf KEGS HIDE POISON.
5" lor sale by - -
61-tf ' ' V1LU. BlUSn K, ZD.
MECHANIC TOOLS, Saws, Bench and Moulding
Planes. Stubbs' and other Files, Rasps, Stocks aod Dies,
Adzes, Hatchets, Wrenches, Vises, eta, tor sale by
6d-6t . v. a. uajju.
ftAK JOIST, bard Pine Plank for ship carpenter's use
J, UxBinch, -.
Tar sale by - -
'' . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BOWLING ALLEY BALLS '
R SALE Ban, of different sizes, from 6 to 6J and 7s.
Enquire at the Maaeppa iiouae, fliuns sxren.
- GEORGE FRIEL. ,
'- JUST RECEIVED. ;
(iODFlSU, MACKEREL, SUGARAJliUED
J UAH A 1 - . .
For sale ny
' V ; . SAYttCTB fc MAT.;
i i - m
-s W"v - -tC9WV M ......nsi r.i.s.tHw VoaVs Dm- Untohon)
Ij Farriers. Pruiiiiur ad Ivorr luuidled Table and Peaert
Kjifrea, uazors, etc., . . wtw paw
m m . , v i.
rTII. F. F1HJK. I .i, ii ' . -. v . ill r i v
T7XPECTED . PER ANTILLA, FROM
U Bremen, due here the end of this month, and for sale by
the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints
do mourning do
do of Madapolaras
do of superior shirting
do printed Jaconet
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets A mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robe
do book muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do -
Bales emb. cambric handknu
- do table linen
do linen tape, do thread
do Water's best quid. 6-cord
do sup. white flannel
do ptd. woolen table-covers
do tafctas. oiled silk
, do wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
fancy borders ,
do ladies' veils, asstd quid,
do black quia
do scarlet and blue blanket
do sofa carpet -
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeve and collars,
Bracelets, eoifures, kid gloves, cs assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantilla
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirt
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia hats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassel
Artificial flowers, great variety
English silk umbrellits, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and envelope
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd flagons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of flalf-woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pant
Scarlet aud blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached ertton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk suspenders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
Englh-h saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloth
SUver'd bits, stirrups and spars, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boot
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket book
Water liottles (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 and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, hicks, spunges. Ivory comb
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisor
Ladies' pen and pocket Knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Match boxes, Inkstands, plated baskets, Ac.
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
62-tf JL HACKFELD A CO.
SAL.T! SALB?! SALT !
Or Superior Q.nality,
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PUULOA SALT WORKS,
riOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED, IN
Bl large quantities, delivered in bulk direct from the Salt
W orks, alongside the wharf or vessel, in Honolulu, and to quan
tity to suit purchasers, at the store ship Mauna Loa.
For terms, apply to
61-3m DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
riRINBAUM Ai CO. have just opened, at their new
JI store, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, the most com
plete assortment of new and '
FASHIONABLE GOODS .
Ever imported to these islands. The assortment comprises
all the most recent styles of
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, fee.
Together with every description of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Our friends and the public arc invited to call and examine.
A. 8. GRINBAUM,
62-tf M. S. GRINBAUM.
Ititinber ! Ii u tuber !
AT THE OLD LUMBER YARD Just re
ceived, ex Fort una, the best assortment of Eastern Lum
ber ever imported, consisting of
- 15,000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters'
and M rieeiwriguts' use.
20,000 feet white pine sheathing boards, inch thick.
15.000 feet yellow pine H to lj inch plank, for heading and
20,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one side. .
6,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed on both
sides. ' .
43.000 feet assorted dimension plank. It to 2 Inch.
100.000 best Aroostuk shaved cedar shingles.
25,000 best laths.
And a variety of building materials.
. C. H. LEWEKS, Lumber Merchant.
67 " " ' Fort street.
A NEW-ARRIVAL. -
A "WATT ERS HAVING JUST ARRIVED
21.. from Sau' Francisco, takes this method of informing the
citizens and public in general ' of these Islands, that be ua
brought with him a splendid and most extensive assortment of
Jewelry consistinjr of
m'E GOLD WATCHES,
RICH DIAMOND WORK,
JEWELRY, OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, '
PLATED akd SILVER-WARE, -.
CLOCKS, of all kinds ; also;
. TELESCOPES, NAUTICAL
INSTRUMENTS, &c &&
All of which he will open to a few davs, at the New Store of
Messrs GRINBAUM, corner of Fort and Merchant street, Ho
nolulu, and herewith Invites the public to give him a call and
examine the above articles. -
Honolulu, September 23, 1857. 1 tf-65
JUST RECEIVED I.
ND ' FOR SALE BY THE UNDER-
. SIGNED : ' " - . . . -
Superior Ladies while HoseJ - -
44 Gent's 44 - i " ' .
44 Children's do i 44 .".'-.'-"
"do lace i 44
44 Ladies' Gaiters, various styles., ' ,
44 Buskins, ' . ..- .
. Linen Thread on spools, i
Hotel street. -
DOCTOR'S SHOP. , -
G. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, reminds the public that he continue
to devote himself to the treatment of Diseases of all kinds, hav
ing for sale a great variety of Dacca and MsDiciass of the-best
quality. He sells also . .. jK:
Arsenic, striohnine, veratrine, corrosive sublimate.
Oxalic acid, St Ignasiu beans, mix vomica, opium,
Prussic acid, alcohol.
Musk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, honey and other aoaps. : - . ,
Sago, pearl-barley, oat meal, gum shellac, -Writing
and marking ink. Sands sarsaparilla,
Soda water, and other article too numerous to mention.
fO Easily found when wanted. 6-tf. .
THE UNDERSIGNED having been licensed by
the Supreme Court as an .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
ASD . " '-
SOLICITOR IN CUANCERT, " '
Tender to the public his service to the line of his pro
fession And hopes, from his long practical experience and the
undivided attention that he will pay to all business committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage. -
Ufnoe over irr, i. v. J unci's LVug store, corner or Merchant
and Fort street.
.. . O.HDTT0N.
Honolulu, May 28, 1857. 48-ly
JVEW GOODS !
ASSORTED PANTA LOONING. ENGLISH.
Prinu, Uble Covers, white flannel Bonnets, mohair Mitt,
. . For saie by
62-tf ..-, H. DIMOND.
; BRAN AND SHORTS
R SALE AT THE MILL;
UILDERS' HARDWARE, Locks, Hinges, Butts
Screws, Bolts, Epnngs, tfraos, Tacits, c.
- - ; jror saie try
67-6t . W.-N. LADD.
EX FANNY MAJOR ' v
CASES SUPERIOR BRANDY PEACHES
Case good Black Tea, - - ' .
- . v , For sale by
60-tf ' ' - C.A(I.I, POOR..
TIOLLS WIRE FENCING,
M - Focaaleby
CHAS. BREWER, 2ft.
HEAVY AND LIGHT RAVEN DUC3,
- Cottoa Canvas, assorad No. . -
- - For sale by -16-tf
. -y ' -v CHAS. BRWERJt 2d.
M . V-W. m-W A1W I .1. . . V.KU. ... ml .J m.
jUm ner pottles, Lubto's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc . . - . t
- , - - r ; mur hjc wr
- " - H. HACKFELD.
' ,i v WOOL, . -
I 'UIE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY TC3
1 bishest market, nrica tor WooL -
a. ar ti. w. rw.
T the Owaer. mmd Perawna Intereate! 1st
Whaleships in the P&ctlc Ctcan.
Ornca or thk Pasama Rail-Road CoanAT, I
. Naw Yoax, July 20, 1867. i
The Panama Rail-Road Company take this aaethod
of Informing tltose intererted in the Whaling boai
neas, of the advantage offered by the Railroad
.rnaa the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment i-f
Oil from the Pacific to Uie United States, and for sending out
fits and iupp je from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad ha been in regular and successful operatioa for
more than two years, and its capacity for tlw transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provision, Ae.,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present acaaon,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this Important object. A Pier, 450 feH long, has
been built to the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessel lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
walL Vessel of from 200 to SOO ton can fie at the Pier with
safety, grounding to the mod at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it to New or,
under thrsagh Billa LaslinE at the rate of eight
eenta per gallon, if received at the Pier, aod nine cent per gal
lon if received to the harbor from ship's tackle, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. This
charge covers every expense from Panama to New York, to case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Kail-Road Cotapany, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable oa the Isthmus or to ew lork
at the option of the shipper. . ... .
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi -monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five day. The time occupied to crossing the Ishmus U
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will bo
covered with canvas, or conveyed in cevered cars, and owner
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several canroes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest lost.
Oil or other good consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to Wlllisiwa
Nelaoat, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch. -
XT Frederio L. Hanks ha been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers. - ; -
JOS. F. JOY, Secretory
Frederic L. Hases, - .
Agent Panama B. B. Co., Ilonolulu 8.1. 64-12m
FROM THE 1ST UIT AJKValilW,,
1856, to January 20th, 1857, 1 paid to this Government
. tvzfiil. On Iridav. June 27. a Kanaka came to my
house for 621 cents worth of beer, stating It was for C. Vincent,
bringing Vincent' cart to carry away the beer. The Kanaka
took the beer. The same day I received a warrant of arrest
for selling this 62i cent worth of beer. For five days I have
been at court, every day It having been postponed for want of
evidence. To-day I wa fined $150. Bat listen to the evi
dence : They take Kanaka policeman No. 1, give him thro
glasses of this said beer be says it wa bitter and made him
giddy. The next is Mr. Jourdan, (police). He says tt made
the Kanaka's eye crack and start. The next I Mr. Brickwood,
(police) and of coarse he says the same, with the addition that
the Kanaka's eyes started out of his head and he looked like
. man that had eaten poisoned fish. Consider this evidence, .
how tt wa got, and the men that gave ft. When I paid to this
Government my good money, I expected to have the same to!
eration as other men who had paid $1000 a year. I offered to
make the beer before them, show them how It was made, and
bear all expense. But there is a prejudice against beer, and
my $150 will pay them better than looking at me make brer.
That prejudice was got up by men holding spirit license, to the
first place to do away with beer shops, and, after theywer
done away with, started selling beer, employing men to make it
tar them, not knowing or caring what wa put into tt. M hy I
was singled out of eight beer -sellers, I have no Idea. Perhaps
It was that I attended well to lay business and wa the most
likely to have the $150. Any other reason I cannot give. '
I now inform the public that I am the only man on the
Islands that can make beer fit to drink. Never mind what the
publicans tell you about being aware of Steel's beer. They are
afraid of it; they dread ft effect. Not the effect it has on lh
party that drinks It, but Uie effect It has had on their tills. If
my beer was bad, people would not drink It. If I used per
nicious drugs, H. B. M. ship Havannak would never have gone
out of this port, and IL I. M. corvette Kurydiet would oow
have a short complement of men. For the crews of these two
ships have drank hundreds of gallons of my beer. -
. " Live anciTLet Iive !
English Barton Ale, . - - -Beer,
I2i and Ox-cents per gtai a.
, 12i cents per pt '.
Also, on band, the best Brandy, Gin, Wines and Afalt
Liquors (bottled) that can be bought to Honolulu.
Also, about $200 worth of cheese, which is to be given away
FREE-VAN J. STEEL.
- N. B. HORSES TO LET on reasonable terms.
With new bridles and saddle. .... Mlui
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS fc CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and an; prepared, with their present improvements, to -supply
merchants and families with hard and soft soap ; al, .
neats foot oil. -XT
And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, shuh, aod
all kinds of kitchen grease. ' - 63-ly
FOR SALE. ..
YELLOW SHEATHING METAL and Com
position Nails, Brogans, women's Goat Buskins, do Kid
do, ladies' enameled Jenny Ltods, do Morocco and Calf Bunk ins,
do Bronze Son tags, Fairbanks' Platform Scale of all sites, Gro
cers do. Counter do, Epsom Salt, Long Fluted Phials, Pina
Goods, Manila Cordage.
27 -tf B. W. FIELD.
COFFEE! COFFEE It COFFEE HI
t - ..' :
BW. FIELD, Agent for the sate of Coffee from Tit
. comb's Plasvatioh would inform the traders that be is
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, frosa
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalei. which be offers for bate. . Sit
, M FIRE BRICKS,
For sale by ' "
CHAS. BRBWIR, 3d.
61-tf --': ,
CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SnOrS
For sale by - , .
' 69-tf , . . Corner Nuuanu and Queen straits.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respect
fully inform the citizens of Ilonolulu that ha has
r"mmf - leaseo uie aoove-namea premise, wnrre ne wui
' endeavor to siva satis&sction to all who miff
favor him with their custom.
L. HIMPKEN, Botcher.
HONOLULU SAILORS' UOSXE. .
SEAMEN PATRONIZING THBSAILOnS
HOME will find that the improvement recently mad
will afford mora accommodation and greater comfort, having
several additional sleeping rooms the whole enlarged and
thoroughly ventilated. . . -
In connexion with the Sailors' Home, Is a f-pUg OfBea,
where applications from Captains requiring I men will
punctually attended to. . '
- Boud and Lodging for seamen, per week, - . . fl 00 '
Private table, for officers, .-. 44 - - - 6 00
' - T. THRUM, Manager.
Sept. 1, 2897. a Uta 1 .
. Hides, . ,: - ''
Taltow, - ... t
. - . , . - Stash, '''----- ' " -. . - .
Oil ec-oer and wwipotalon, aasl
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest flash prios
will be allowed by
6-tf , . C3AsV SXZ7KR, to.
. - COALS t
ON BOARD THE JOniT MARSHALL, lOw
tons of the very bast Scrantoa tamp emu, any aoanUtt of
which IwUlaellat$2pertonof D wVc. -
60-tf - AfeoL -
. HATS I -
FINE ASSOHTUniTT JUST aCCTIVED
. ex 44 Yankee," roeh as
Fine Panama hats, X-edium Pananra ban.
White Csssimere bats,
For sals ky , J
C. A. B. V. wtMB,
MANILA COK.DAGS, small asea
MarltoandBaUto. " .
.. .... For sale by
ei-o .' coax
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IVJ uninv mt Li tm- Tit . Um Cmw u.iL liimf mA
ltnnnlntii. and tint RnmraftmAt. tUJAvn t. t jmw and S.SBW '
taurast at lahaina. are hereby v-. to saake payssant t
the urdersig,-1 1 aai " person v karaoSairssen the above
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