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-The New Tork Journal of Com-
, 20, published a piece of news
'.ntlemaa fift days from the Sand-
vhich will be news to oar readers.
f evidently behind thWorelse is
sensation as he go-Sng.
y, which fallows, he mustliS
'U about July 1.
arrnoss w the Sajtdwich Islaxd
V V m '
v- , , Irom gentleman
v -wia A7i.uus aaUK. i 1 1 1 w a r
. the volcano vl iuna T.r ,
. had a "tin hec. VTi'-irfnlt- .
.- . . .. . v "j anfi
Hi r'WttneI!A8runtion atmron
Mut seven niil of the of Hilo, fillinJ
ki ) vievenness of the surface JStto that point.
f j or tv miles rrom the"pr there
f t apprehension that the preseL X,pti0n
A.ther burr that Tillage entirely, orufJi;ne
w-7 it into the sea. This last arnrthpC
jrsisTJjrorai the actions of the lava at the last erupi
ton ; it fi3aa in several instances appeared to su.
h.te for a while, but afterwards burst out lower down
Nt mountains and carried all before it Forests
in broken down and destroyed by it like bullrushes.
be Tillage of Hilo contains a population of about
DO persons, including perhaps a dozen white families.
is situated on the northeasterly side of the island,
nd such is the surface of the ground, that if the lav-v
rer finds its way to the sea, it must be, apparently,
? toe ruins of this village. The present eruption
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT HIS STORE,
.. V f
a r mm
A VERY" EXTENSIVE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
HVZ: JEL C3 30" 33 2 jS 3S3 ,
Consisting of a large Assortment of
DRV GOODS, FURNITURE, CHINA GOODS,
MANILA GOODS, EARTHEN WARE,
PAINTS AND OILS,
An Assortment of Fine
. for the
Benefit of lhc Sailors' Home,
. AT THE FORT STTTCCRir,
L Tl'ESDAT EVENING, NOV. 24. 1857.
FT EST PAET.
1. O how lorety U Zv, -
3. iVe uar bark, -
4. The linlt of ber days, -
6. On tlw moi-.ntiin', airy cummit,
6. Orettur by KaUiwoda, -
7. Pe, oh. Norma, - - -
Qaartette ami Chorus.
li Alio mod Violin.
Piano, four band.
8. Bucked ia ibe ermine i ae oecp,
9. Tofcr of the ntirht, - - -
Piano and fltttea.
WO. Ti Ijooo Maria,
Ul- I drvi hrn hi. - -
'1 Aira (rotn Lncu di Ijunmermoor,
l:t I've wamUrrrfto dream, -114.
FiiTJN Bartm-re dc SeTiIia, -
14. The Fir, - - ' ' '
The sunny hoars cf chillhood.
XT Poors open at T o'clock Perfcrmance to commence at
XJT Tit. Ik tl?, "
AT TI1E STORE OF G. CLARK, HOTEL ST.,
Between Sonazni and Msnnakea streets.
. . ... .1 1 T I 1
WHITE CR IPK It A Ij wcjiijtiuurauu
VS hite crape taunas richly embroidered;
Crimsoo tilinas. . ! uo
Rich coloreil silk mantillas;
Printl jaconets, new styles and fast colors;
Rich em0n..Jed kacelars;
Kirn do do M. and sleeves;
P.ich Sl.ittte lace cAUn and starves;
Ri.-h ll icdton lace do do
KmbroWIertd canbric ollars;
mroidcr:tl cambric c.41:irs and sleeves;
;ii!o rlen.il musUnclUrs and Wves;
Rkh silk bonnets, straw bonnet-, Tuscan bonnets;
M !.-' brxwl-brun lxthorn bats;
5iies Lrxwi-orvm Tuscan hats;
Cor! tas-!.-". all colors; .
Ladies' silk hose;
t hihlren's white eiton ancks;
Ladies' TOperkir white cotton hose;
Holmes' trciinned whaW-bone skirts;
Improved mttan cane tir skirts;
l haHoe hoops fur skirts;
Brass boopa for skirts;
China mowjuitonetttn?; ......
La,lie' and genu' prras cloth handkerrhiefs;
..:.. -1 ..l .in Bilks, neat variety;
Ami a variety of sundries too numerous to mention, all of
whh will be oSered at reaueea prro.
X. B-Ubortly expected, a variety of rich Thread Laee, from
2 to S inches brood. Alo, a ncn vaneiy . - "'o--
PRIZES FOR BREAD.
rnr rvnPHSICXED IS AUTHORIZED
1 by the Aericnltural Society and the Flour Company to offer
theMlowinjf Premiums pr
Brad ma He from IIvriiais Flour only:
1 ir best r.ve Lmves maile by any baker, - - - fl5
rirweood best Five Loa4 al bv any boker, V
It bt Thrve Slaves rv- in a private family, - - 1
F w sworn! bet Three Aves made in a private family, - 8
r : .. TvZLrM mails in a private family. a
The brea.1 to b.Aat to the office of the nndersisrjed, by 3
.. . .... . . I VatmhWHI.
All tl bread in is to be exhibited at the Fair of the Meth-
li tbarrh ! ei-ty . and to be at its d'poal.
Nov. 1:5, lo7. 73-lt J. r. B. MARSHALL, CWtee.
1ST RECEIVED EX "ANTIL.U.,'
fwis cheese, .
tKrem h plum,
F.xTirh sieen peas.
French fruits In syrup.
Loaf snzar in cases.
nwhed Wjnf snjrar in half barrels,
I'.Uck ll'rer in bars,
W b-te pepper in baps,
And a variet v of European Prodnee.
73.tr Forsafcsby SAVB & MAY,
TWR S 4 I.E JI ST RECEIVED PER AN-
M. TIL. LA.' fnn Premen:
B!.-ks, f.ned wKh patent sheaves, from to 12 Inches,
H-avy eanva dock;
f ponvam and twine;
Kwej hroeano. cjif fraiters and pomps;
VS hite K ar.s. yellow ras, split peas, pearl barley;
Rl hock. A-roann'ihanser. of well known quality; -
!Urian winriow liass. of snperior quality, awvtel si ze.
rJa u tnxuuLScas. stapexuorst.
1TH N,EACLE AND CENTER Drsift
fL)W?; Htraw cutters;
ti rind nones.
For sale by
W. X. LADD.
GOOOS KOCCIIT AND OFFERED foe sale at
rlurwl pricr s '
Tnm r. axsorted Lamps, China Boxes,
J!rm, Rnrklrnr Chair.
i nrle.1 Maple Chairs, Bedsteads
Linen Carpetinr. Chin Mattinf,
fvmp, white and brown,
iHuiuwk, Door and Window.
Market Baeketa. Table 8aH, Tea,
Furniture TamUb, r?aldles,
natf.prm and Counter Scale,
Charcoal Irons, Jtc , .
Tor ato by
rut. . U. DIMOSD.
LOOK OUT FOR HIM!
CtrTIOV TO TDK Pt n L1C The poblic i
h-reby rantioned asrnin loanlns; or UmsUns; lannry
MirMual now loafinz In Ilonoraht, under the name of Perry,
flate mate of the brtst - Advance.") He ha a very
r-P-win way ? usually reo nests the loan of $5 or J10
Binutes. and then finds it very inconvenient to settle,
quite, nnmber of people. SIM-MX.
$10O REWARD I
riI-L, BEG IVEN for the discovery and conviction
v T m tite perm or person who entered my premise on
0 niM ef the ISth of November, or thereabout, and rnt one
gmr aonra, t73-lt C. P. ARD.
nOT AIR TUBULAR RANGES.
TIIESE RANGES are excellent bakers, and wfll do ft
great amount of cooking with little foeL
For sale by
Q.C PILLOWASECLOTII 1 1 l-4Sliret.
O b!(r, 4-t fine Weaebed cotton. 3-4 and 4-4 brown eot
s, blue cocons, bine drilling;, cotton flannel, heavy tickings,
""urns, brown drills, ( r sale by 734st B. O- HALL.
OILEO SILK Super Imermm PII IImc
eunin mnaiins, hooped skirts, Lisle ranntleta, silk tun
"las, moire antique, parasols, etc., for sale by
73t E. 0. HALL.
CrTLERV FOR SALE BV
W. H. LADD.
I CAPTAINS 3
AND OFFICERS of Whalcship can procure at the
Bookstore, (Hon office bniUUnp.) file of American and
nKlish papers, from January last, giving a fall summary of
O late new. 74f) II. M. VTHITSKY.
TRANSPARENT WAX CANDIUES
L. TELES 10,
37 Corner Oneen and Sinnna streets.
is from the same craN
extreme apex of the
somewhat lower down)
ly slope, looking towaif
Loafers in x
ft is not on the
ut from a position
iy or northeaster-
met The composing
jot the place to tell long
i points in metaphysics.
room of a printing ofi
stories, or argue abet)
j advised :
A printinz of5ce is 1
a school; it can have no
or twaddlers, without
serious inconvenience, to say nothinz of loss of time.
which w just as eood col.1 tn th r.no , i. u
it metallically Glistened
his hand. What would be
tnought or a man wh
twaddle, first with t
rould enter a school, and
her, and then with the
discipline of one, and the
yet this is the precise effect
mates or the other ?
f the loafer in the
nting office. He seriously
ntcrferes with the cou
of business, distracts the
,t attention whicl
is necessary to the printer.
o gentleman -will
enter it and presume to act
fer. lie wil
above it, for no real man ever
or interferes with the duties of
.er does both. Let him think, if he
he last place he should ever insinuate
,tj3f-rfuj welcome presence, is in the
ST According to the census of UTiSjutain in 1851,
there were in the country 1,767,000 uyrrid wo
men above the age of 20 years, and 79o,00gridows.
What a field for bachelors to choose from.
OX FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS,
A CUOICE SELECTION OF
BEERS. AVINES AM) SH1K1TS CofisisUnK
Irtly of the fillowinB articles, will be found at tho store
of U. BJIOULS, near tlie f'.t Office :
ChamiiainM-, of UiJcront l.nmdsj
Hue", oi suKrior quali'
raatrrait, of uf-rir u
rinesiiemes; flne Port;
Bitters, various brands;
Clarets, of rariius brands an I qualities;
All tlie favorite brundj of Ale. iu pints and quarts;
Brandy, Gin and MonoupaheU Whisky, in larye or small
Absynthe; N E Rom, ic, ice. 73.tr
FOR SALE CIIEAP-A very superior La-
. - j"o, a uuiy s caonic, nearly new.
T--vlJ J. D. ETROXO.
, of Kahae, Hawaii, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. The W? will be car
ried on at tlie OM Stand of Macy Ijiw, by UVfaIacy, all
claims to be sent in to cither of the undtrsiimed.
. . W. MACY,
nooolulu, Nov 11.1837. 73-lm FUANCU SPEXCER.
To AVIialcmen !
W. MACT, Successor to 3raey t Spencer, would
respectfully solicit the nunc nritrona'ro n lnrtA h
the oi l firm at th effUMiiha li. f r Uhul.- men's Simt.lli-
at Kawaihae, Hawaii, where will he found at all times a good
supply of Kerf. .Mutton. I'orU, I'onltry, and also
tli' celebrated Kswiihar Pstatees.
The almve articles can e furnintied at the lowest rates, and in
quicker time than at any other port at tlie bland. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
i J' No charge made on iiiti-r-isUuid excliance.
u. W. 3IACT.
BUGGY FOR SALE
g SE SECOND HAND BL'GGY
II. L. nULLIOS, 31. I.,
Physician and Sunreon, Fort street, two doors above Merchant,
Honolulu. Medicine chest carefully refitted. 72-tf
NEW CHINA ROODS!
JI ST OPENING AND FOR SALE AT THE
STOKE Of JOH.f HAVKFELD, Queen street, oppo
site the Market, conpistm in part of
Urass cloth b.-uidkerchiefo.
Heavy black satin,
Pongee silk, (for coats,)
Rose wood writing desks,
A few Music Boxes, with a variety of popular airs.
New Guuny Bags. 72-3t
FAIRMOUNT COTTAGE FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers for sale the above cottage, now oc
cupied by him, tn Nuuanu Valley, a mile and a half from
town. It is delightfully situated, commands a very fine view of
the town and harlior, and is fitted with every convenience for ft
family. The main cottage contains parlor, dining-room and two
bedrooms, with dressing-room, bath-room, pantry, etc. There
are also on the premises a small cottage containing two sleeping
rooms, anil a ranire of outbuildings, comprising kitchen, store
room, two servants' rooms, stables and carriage-house.
The buil lings are nearly new, and in good condition. Will be
sold low. also
A fine Building Lot opposite the Reservoir, containing an
acre. ltf-7-iJ J. F. B. MARciiALL.
THE LADIES of the Methodist Ei4scoral Church" of
Honolulu, would beg respectfully to inform the puMic that
their intended FA IK (the proceeds of which will be devoted to
the erection of a Parsonage) will take place at the Auction
Room of J. F. Colt urn. Esq., on Fridsiy Evening. Not.
20th. Any donations or contributions to the same, may be
sent to the store of Mr. J. T. Watcrhouac, cn King street.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1S57. 69-tf
FANNY MAJOR. From Boston via San
s Jewett City stripes.
iales Jewett city denims.
Cases clothing, such as
Satinet t pants, flannel shirts, &c, &C.
For sale by
63-tf C. A. k II. F. POOR.
or sale cheap.
Bones loaf sugar, half lMs crushed sugar,
Half boxes best raisins, citron, tins oysters,
f-ardinea, smoked herring and crackers,
Fine tobacco and cigars, ic, &c, tic
BONNETS! BONNETS ! ! BONNETS!!!
A LARGE ftssortmenhnt reduced prices at
wGtO. CLARK'S, Hotel-street.
NEW CAKMINA SACKA,
I?OU SALE BY
II. M. WHITNEY.
TEW YORK NAVY BREAD
For ale by
42-tf A. J. CARTWRIOnT.
CHINA MOSQUITO NETTING,
FOR sale by the undersigned. L. TELE3IQ,
"2-tf Corner of Xanana and Queen streets.
WHITE AND KED PONGEE,
R sale by I'- TELE9IO,
Corner of Nunanu and Queen treet.
Jost Received per Colibri,
f AVAXA SHAPE. Xo. 2, for sale by
L. TELESIO, .
Comer of Xuuana and Queen street.
EO. HALL has Just received calf kins ; harness k-a-
ther ; oak tanned sole leather; russet bridle leather, red
lining skin ; hog skins 5 enameled leather, etc ia-Jt
E. O. HALL
HAS for sale Eagle plows, No. 2 j horse plow ) hay cutter j
btuh and grass scythe, etc 73-St
HAXALL AND SL Fr OLK A1IL.A FLUtK
in barrels and quarter tins ; ground ginger sago tapio
ca ; cream tartar ; soda aateratu ; for sole by
72-ot ji. j. iiauj.
mriE ondersfgiKd have foe sale superior China rice, In 6015
M. mats, at lowest prices.
C. A. fc H. F. POOR.
LIFE-BOAT FOR SALE.
E new copper-fastened Life-boat for sale by
11. F. 8X0W
ALL PERSONS IUE11TKU to tne uo?noer
are respectfully requested to settle their ftceonnt before
the 25th instant, as he is on the point of leaving the kingdom.
lb A LUU1U,
Corner of Nuuauu and Queen streets.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1857. 73-tf
PLIT PeMX SfliPeai): Split Pens! For ale
Corner of Nuoann and Queen street.
'ESTPH ALIA. Pickle! llant-Vor sale by
A. A CAlbClU,
Corner ffNnusnu and Queen
W . . RSSSSSUBSS1
vTlAWADAS ASUASD5 liLASB Of OAHVi SS.
WHEREAS, ft Libel ha been filed In the Court of
Admiralty, of this Kingdom, on the e,euth day of
November, A. . 1857, by Richard Coady, William Babeoek,
George A. Lathrop, J. Alott Smith, James F. It. Marshall, Tho
mas T. Dougherty, Daniel Quintan, and Henry W. Severance,
against PiOu bids, oil, of which 70 are sperm, 1 fin chain, 15,000
pounds whalebone, 19 barrels pork, 0 tierces beef, 5 casks bread,
1077 gallons ; 1 mainsail, 1 spanker, 1 foresail, 1 topsail, 4 coia
towtine, 0 davits, 14 coils of rigging or cordage, 4 try pots, 2 kegs
uaint, 1 copper cooler, 1 mincing machine, 14 cutting spades, 2
new whalcboats, 2 boot anchors, 87 barrels oil shooks,-and other
m nail articles, which were stored away in the baste of saving
the cargo, and which cannot be specified, but when known are
to be inventoried, now in the Port of Honolulu, Hawaiiau Isl
ands, and within the Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction of
the Court of Admiralty, tlie same having been saved from the
said ship Natchez, lying a wreck in 1'otter's Bay, in the Ochotsk
S-a, abandoned by her master and crew, alleging, in sulKstance.
that :he master of the bark Harmony, being in Potter's Bay, in
tlie Ocliotok Sea, on or about the seventh day of October, A. D.
1S50, discovered the American whaleship A'atchex ashore, dis
masted, being laden with ft valuable cargo of oil and bone and
outfits, with forty-three persons on board, all exposed to destruc
tion, without assistance from the Harmony and her crew, as it
was so late in the season tliat no other vessel was In the vicinity
and there were no inhabitants on the inclement shore where she
was aground; and that thereuin he took the said ship in tow,
and with tlie aid of the crew of the Ifatchez, and a portion of
the crew of the Harmony, placed her several miles np the bay,
hove hard ashore, and made fast to the kedge anchor of the Har
mony, being secured in a place of comparative safety, where
she remained for several mouths, and that the Harm on y brought
the officers and crew of the Hatehex to the Port of Honolulu
in safetv. and that thev are entitled to ft reasonable share of the
cargo and outfits and portions of the wrecked ship ultimately
saved for the salvage therefor, under an agreement set lortn in
the said Libel, between the said LibeUants and Richard Coady,
the Owner of the Harmony.
Second That subsequently the said Ubellants purchased and
fitted out the bark Italy, from the Port of Honolulu, and dis
patched her on the 25th day of March, A. . 1857, to Potter'
Sfay, to look after and save the ship IVatchez, and her cargo and
Vlits, and that the bark Italy and her crew did save and bring
tkiae ronoi iionoiuiu an 01 u pro;ri.jr nwic utoi iuvu,
the same now is in surety, aod that tney are entuiea 10 a
able share of said property so saved for the salvage thereof.
A improving process against said property, and reasonable
and pMwer salvage, and that the said Court of Admiralty will
pronouu for the demand of tlie Libcllants, and will decree to
them sucSsompensation, by reason of the premises, as shall ap
pear to be Just and reasonable, together with their costs and ex
penses, including therein the costs of Court and the legal ex
penses of the LibeUants, and such further relief and redress as
to right and Jusijmay appertain.
Now, therefor' pursuance of the monition, nnder the Seal
of the said . (edirected and delivered, I do hereby give
public- notice to ail persons claiming the said property saved
from the wreck of thcJVatchez, or in any manner interested
therein, that they be ailVnppear before the said Court of Admi
ralty, on Mosdat, Tn TVesTT-nrmD Day or November, A. D.
1857, at Ts O'clock, A. 3jk if the same, shall be a day of ju
risdiction, or on the next cUrWf jurisdiction thereafter, at the
Court House in Honolulu, thqkand there to answer the said
Libel, and show cause, if any tAr have, why the prayer of the
said Libel should not be granted.
Dated, Honolulu, 7th November, 1857.
- . W. C. PARKE,
- Marshal oVthe Hawaiian Islands.
Ashkb B. Bates and J. P. Gkiswol"
Proctors for AbeUanta.
November 12. 72-2
COMMISSION AND F0RWARDINGIaOICILANTS,
A LL Kind of Fresh Provisions furn;-!.f also, Ship'
jtm. tores and Ship Chandlery, at BOSoLti.t lficus.
Whalemen's Drafts taken, Ac 1 71-ly
NEW GOODS ! VT?s
B W. FIELO would can the attention of f.TAILERS
and DEALKU3 generally to the lurge a :nient of
Merchandise which be ha on liand, having betn late 1 received
per American ship Harriet k Jessie," and othV LATE
ARRIVALS from the United States, consisting of 1
Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpetin
Boots and Shoes, Furniture, Groceries, ll. Alware,
Larthenware, Glassware, wdenwan 1
Ship Chandlery, Naval Stores, Cordage,
Anchors and Chains,
Paints. - - " Oils. Turpentine,
liaxall Flour, 8 M Flour in boxes, American Met
Mess Pork, Prime Pork, Ham, Tongues
Sugar, Cooking Stoves, Carriages, Ox Carts, lianr
Cement, Yellow Metal, Qoniposition NaiU
Solar Ljunns. Side Laiutk. Revolvers. Lef
Hydrant Hose, China Matting, Iron Safe.'.K
mroanks- n:itiorm ecaies, ;j
l'hials, assorted sizes, A Itourbon tuky In vgs,
Uest Mouongaheut whisky, in l-gal kegs,
Sicily Madeira W ine, Sarkling Catawba
Still Catawba Wine, Best Loudon Porter, kc.
ri'HE BALANCE OF CARGO, JUST LAID-
1 ed from the American ship "Fort una," -from Boston, J
A., is offered for sale at Uie Store of 11. W Field, al
lowest market rates, cou&ialaig 01
Cases adamantine candles,
Boxes adamantine candles,.
Boxes "Archer" tobacco,
linxkels Irroy champagne, .
BIU navy brcail, :.
Bales brown drills,
Bales brown sheetiugs.
Vrappinn pttper, assorted. '
U xs salt water soap,
Wheeflmrrows, . Cane seat nicking chairs.
Oars, assorted sizes, ( Cane ba'.'k rocking chairs,
Caue seat oak chairs, " .Wood seat Settees,
Caue seat walnut chairs.
Wood seat office chairs, with cushions.
And a large assortment of ' j.
Crockery and Earthenware.
r. -m r . . m . 1 aPj,.'
ascs a enow Jietai, osMirtcu sizes,
Kegs Composition Nail?, assorted sizes ;
71-tf Ship Chandlery Naval Stores, &c.
s.-iv. r nii.irin a
W"H" AS Just received a new and splendid assortment of jewehjj'
. r . ' -r -w iw v ' nr.
Si and other things in his line, suitable for Christinas anUf
New Year's hohday presents, consisting in part of
Diamond rings, pins and studs, -Seta
of cameos, Florentine pins, bracelets, charms,
Lockets, locket ring, seal rings, seals.
Gold pens and pencils, silver pencils, gold thimbles,
Silver thimbles, sleeve buttons, patent sleeve fasteners,
Studs, vest buttons, go'd watch chains, fob chains,
Guard ribbon, cigar holders, silver rnps, fans,
Porte-monnaies, watch stands, card receivers,
Smelling bottles, shell combs, ocket knives, lie, ke.
Also Nautical Instruments,
Chronometers on hand and for Sale.
IEjT In Masks' brick building, corner of Queen and
. Kaahumanu streets. -. 71-tf
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
FFER FOR SALE Ex "Jenny Ford" and
60,000 scantling, 3x4, 10.000 scantling, 3x6, 1
0,000 scantling, 3x3, . 7,000 scantling, 4x4, j,
,uuu scantling, .n, t,uuu scaiming, oxj,
1,000 scantling, 6X0, 14,0OO scantling, -ZxJ.
28,000 scantling, 2x4, 12,000 scantlin-l 2x0.
1,000 plank, 3x8 2,000 piauk, Uxt, lk
llll&, UUV ' '
Windows, 7x9, ' . . . Wind.fsxlO.
Iaal Had Spars, all
42JUPERIOR Q,UALIT3KS of Manila and Japan
Ct Rice, for sale low, in large Tisiiiall qua
I quantities, by
The Cheapest Store in Town !
AT CORNER OF NCTUANU AND QUEEN STREETS,
Opposite Mr. A. P. Everett's Auction Booms.
71-tf L. TELESIO.
TE A ! TEA !
TTiXTRA QUALITIES BLACK TEA
Mid for sale py
B. VT. FIELD.
CLOTIIING1 CLOTHING: CLOTHING X
A very large assortment for sale cheap by
: L. TiSLESIO,
71tf ' Corner of Xiiuanu and Qvseen streets.
ATS and Caps, A large variety for sale cheap by
1. j r.L.r.?iu,
1-tf Corner of Xnnanu sird Queen streets.
TlISTOLSt PistoU! Pistols ! For sale by
f. , - L. TELESIO,
Corner of Kuunnu and Queen streets.
INEN Napkin For sale by L. TELESIO,
4 71-tf Corner of Kuuanu and Queen streets.
CHINA Crape Sbawl-For sale by
m , L. TELESIO.
71tf Comer of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
OLLOW WA RE For sale by L- TELESIO,
1-tf Corner of Huuanu and Queen streets.
IJER RADL'GA. GLASS GLOBES, for fish, going
BED PANS, ft new article, aim great improvement.
For sale by
28-tf O. P. JUBD.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
- will p.y no debts contracted in my name without my
written order. (64-3m L. UEMPKUi.
LADIES FRENCH KID SLIPPERS,
. For sale at
tM-tl UWUus uuina s, uotet cu-ees.
TAVT BILLS WHALER'S BILLS taken at
the lowest rate DT ' -
Julyl,l-tf ROBERT C. JAXIOX.
IQCORS, English Groceries, English Soap, for sale by
A July i, ,1-Vt - ROBKRT 0. JAN10X.
For sale by
A VANA CIGARS For sale by
Corner Nuuanu and Queen street.
HINA MATTING For sale by
71 -if u, vi. izw.
II ILEA N BEANS For sale by tv TELESIO,
71rX corner or nnnanu ana veen saeeis.
'OAP For sale by T TELESIO,
)71-tf Corner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
piFESI Pipe! Pipe X For sale b j-j
AMERICAN CHAIRS For sale by- v
I TELE. " ..
6l-tf . tJoroar of fi uuann ana yueen
ARRET BASKETS AND WILLC
too Carriace. JTorsaleDy
P C 'H. PIMOSD.
CURRANTS I! CURRANTS 1 1
JUST RECEIVED PER "KAMEnAMUaA
1V from Liverpool, ft superior article, in stone jars, .
bie tor family ase, fur sale by.; ;
00-72 t. X. BAimaiTO,
GENUINE 8COTCIT OATJMEAI..
UST RECEIVED, PER KAMEIIAMEXXA
t I and for sale hv r. . Lvl
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE A COMPLETE AS
Crockery, fce. I
Kegs mackerel, boxes codfish, boxes tobacco,
Boxes raisins, boxes soap, boxes candles,
Boxes Bristol brick, vermicelli, jnacarroni,
Bbls eld cider vinegar, cases assorted syrups,
Cits a green corn, sausage meat, mince pie meat,
Cases Lobster, raspberry jam, quinces.
Cases strawberry jiun, cranberry jam.
Cases apple marmalade, peaches, currant jelly,
Cases e trained honey, apple sauce, French capers,
Csea cheese, tomatoes, tomato ketchup,
Cases !cp)K-r sauce, assorted sauces,
Kegs split peas, white bean.
Kegs eastern butter, crauberries,
Bags buckwheat, Oenessee flour,
Tins liaxall flour,
Boxes smoked salmon, herring, table salt,
Boxes saleratus, soda, cream tartar,
Boxes ground pepper, allspice, cloves,
Boxes cassia, ginger; mustard,
Half bbls dried apples, crushed sugar, brown sugar,
Baskets olive oil drums figs, Carolina rice,
Cases water, soda, butter and sugar crackers,'
Case ginger snaps, Jenny Lind cakes, :
' Cases brandy peaches, brandy cherries, '
Case assorted pie fruits, assorted meats,
Case oysters, pickles, sardines, prunes,
Chests tea, kegs pickles,
Case yeast powders, pineapple, whortleberries.
Cans boiled linseed oil,
Casks composition nails,
Coils .'Manila n, ass'd sizes,
Kegs English white lead,
American white lead,
Bbls bright varnish.
Bbls coal tar,
Casks cut nails,
Deep sea lines, "
Bbls nary bread.
Octaves fine brandy, In bond;
Kegs old Sazerac brandy, in bond;
Kegs Otard, Bupuy k Co. brandy, in bond;
Bbls old Monongahela whisky, iu bond;
Bbls old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky, in bond;
Cases Geneva gin, in bond;
Fine Port wine, expressly for family use; .
Fine Sherry, Fine Santerne,
Fine Claret, Fine Hock;
Cases ale and porter, Bitters,
Baskets champagne, . Demijohns, &c., &c, ka.
Honolulu, Oct. 15, 1857. - 68-tf
NEW GOODS ! JNEW GOODS !
JCST RECEIVED And for sale by the under
Oyster crackers, soda crackers, butter crackers, - A
Wine crackers, water crackers, ginger snaps,
Jenny Lind dikes," smoked herrings, refined lard, '
Crushed sugar, dried apples, split peas, corn meal,
English dairy cheese, sugar cured hains,
Codfish, Carolina rice, white beuus, California onions,
Cnuilierries, maccarjui, vermicelli,
Zunte currants, citron peel, soft shell almonds,
Nutmegs, super Oolong tea, super green tea,
Indian corn, new hops, English walnuts,
1'idf bbls liaxall Hour, 2-tt tins oysters,
1-lb tins oysters, 1 and 2-lh tins lobsters,
z-id 11ns ciams, 1-m tins assorted meats,
1- lb tins sausage, 1-B tins game,
Half and qr boxes sardines, 1 and 2-lb tins green peas,
2- lb tins turnips, 1-lb tins green com,
- ' 2-lb tins peaches, a-U tins quinces,
2-to tins p-.-ars, i-lb tins damsons,
2-lb tins green guge, 2 rb tins prunes,
2-lb tins apricots, 2-lb tins cranlicrry jam,
2-lb tins craulierry Siiuce, 2-lb tins currant jelly,
1-lb tins raspberry jam, 1-lb tins strawberry join,
Assorted English jams; bloater paste,
American pickles, English pickles,
EuglUh muatard, cassia and allspice.
Cloves, ginger, cream tartar and soda,
Saleratus ami black pepper, tomato ketchup,
Olive oil and lemon syrup, raspberry vinegar,
English pie fruits, caper and pepper sauce,
Chut nee and assorted sauces, India curry powder,
Assorted herbs, Cayenne pepper, caraway seed.
Yeast powder, French mustard, bottles candies,
Pembroke salt, punish olives, stenrine candles,
Ciller vinegar, corn starch, suiht chewing tobacco,
. Anchovies and salt, pearl sago, tApioca.
Jes pork, Masons blacking, pain-killer,
lU)Knt powder, Castile soap, fine cut tobacco,
Bags California Sour, corn brooms, brown soap.
Constantly on band,
Freak Ground Coli'ee.
69-tf T. M0SSMAX k SOX.
WHARF LOTS AT AUCTION I
IO BE SOLD Br PUBLIC AUCTION, on
the New Esplanade, on the loth of May, lsfti, tlie leases
of ground lots for Oue Hundred Years, (the rata to be adjusted
equitably by appraisers mutually chosen at the end of every
twenty-five years.) of six lots, to be built upon of incombustible
-,'naterials, to a plan to lie seen at the oftioe of Mr. R.
1 t-Vilu,fi'Liiitendcut of Public Works.
J f -Jit six lots extend in line fmmvthe premises of Jtf essrs. Jamea
obiuson k Co- with an esplanade in front of 143 feet wide.
along the margin of which goods can be landed or embarked.
Purchasers of the ground lots will have to pay only the rent
of each lot, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, as may be ar
ranged on tlie day of sale ; and in the material and style of their
.uuuings to coniorm to tlie general plan laid down by the gov
ernment, which has for its object uniformity in appearance, the
convenience of Uie public, and safety from fire.
The six lots are of Uie following dimensions, viz : 4 lots, each
60 feet frontage by 145 feet deep ; 2 lots, each 6S feet frontage
by 145 feet deep.
TO BE SOLD ALSO, on the same day, the leases of nine
iground lots for the sume period, in rear of the marine lots, and
lying between the premises or James Koumson & Co. and Fort
street, the plans and drawings of which can be seen at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works, and at tlie offices of
Messrs. A. P. Everett and J. F. Colburn, Auctioneers.
69-tf Minister of the Interior.
THE UNDERSIGNED, Sole AgenU at the
sandwich Islands for the sale of C. C. Brand' un-
I rl proved whaling guns and
Have now on hand a complete invoice of the above articles.
No. 1 guns, largest size,
' No. 1 lances, largest size,
N'o. 2 small size.
Guns and bombs.
Tlie above will be sold at Home Rates, with the addi
tion of freight only.
A NEW INVOICE
Is expected by the ship " Merriraac," next month.
Please inquire of A. J. CARTWRIUIIT, Esq., or of the under
signed, at the ouiceof Messrs. C. A. Williiuns A Co.
70-tf ALFRED M. GODDARD.
ALM OF THOUSAND FLOWERS-
For sale by
J. M. SMITH & CO.,
70-tf Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
P LEND ID CONFECTIONER Y For sale by
J. M. SMITH & CO.,
70-tf Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS
For sale by
; J. M. SMITH & CO.,
70-tf Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR.
ENGLISH RENDERED INTO HAWAII
AN, or Hawaiian into English, by the undersigned.
Otlice, J. F. B. Marshall's over B. W. Field's store. Hours
from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M., and from 2 to 4 P. M.
Also, copying, either in the Hawaiian or English language,
done with ueatuess and disjiatch.
70-tf A. K. CLARK.
ADVERTISEMENTS, NOTICES, &c,
RANSLATED INTO HAWAIIAN Office at
J. F. B. Marshall's.
70-tf A. K.. CLAUK.
Bread ! Bread ! Bread !
SIXTEEN LOAVES FOR ONE DOLLAR!
T'H E undersigned begs leave to inform his friends and the
public generally that on Monday Nov. 2d, he will be pre
pared to supply all who may favor him with their patronage
with the best bread. Sixteen Lonrr for one DIlar X
ID Nuuann Slreet, opposite Fox's Bakery. C
70-3m ROBERT LOVE.
NOTICE. AH persons are hereby forbid trusting the
crew of the ship JOHN GILPIN, as no debts of their con
tracting will be paid by the captain or consignee of said ship.
J. F. ROPES, master.
C. BREWER, 2d. consignee.
Honolulu, Oct. 26,1857. 10-ot
FOR SALE CHEAP,
NE SET OF RUSSIAN CHARTS of the North
0-tf C. A. k H. F. POOR.
TJ. 8. Ship St. Mart's, 1
HoNOLftx, Oct. 13, 1857. J
III EREBY GIVE NOTICE that I shall not hold
myself responsible fir the pnyment of debts incurred by the
crew of this ship without authority.
BOOTS ! BOOTS ! -
SEA BOOTS Of superior cow hide and grain leather,
extra sizes, at f 4 to $6, for sale at the ,
BRICK EnOE STORE.
. 68-tf Corner Fort and Merchant streets.
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of C. II. Butler, cooper,
of Honolulu, are requested to settle their claim immedi
ately, toa-tf C. 11. LEWERS, Assignee.
PER F ANN V MAJOR Case tomato ketchup,
- Cases cream tartar, cases aleratus, ' ' .
Cases ginger, cases quinces in tins, Arc, Ac.
69-tf . C. A. k U. F. POOR.
WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS
ITKIR SALE Br
n. M. WHITNET.
NE HORSE CART,
For sale by ' j-
, AK BOATS IO, 11, 12, 13 At 14 IU?
W For sale by
CHAS- BREWER, 2d.
T 1THOGRAPHIC PRESS, complete, .
I ' - .. ' ' For sale by .-
t v J '.''.: A. P. EVERETT. '
T )N ALK, in hogshead!!, for sale by
i- iAArati, ?"w.iHr-tr ..
. C. WATER5IA1V
HAS FOR SALE, AND TO ARRIVE
360 bids prime pork,
850 bbls roes beef,
100 bbls Haxall flour.
,5,0S.,bs naVT' niuiam and pilot bread, in casks, bbls and bxs;
V fevacker and Jenny Lind cakes; butter, in casks; .
Preserved meats, Boston cotton duck, Nos 2, 8, 4, 6, 6;
Sinooth-bottom whale-boatu, oars, boat anchors;
Slop clothing, patent blankets.
100 coils assorted Manila cordage, Excelsior patent;
250 coils do do eordage, New Bedford manufiic'y;
. 160 coils New Bedford tow line. . ,
White oak plank and boards from 1 to 6 inch ;
Yellow pine heading, Cumberland coal in cask 5
China matting white, 6-4 wide ; 1
Tobacco Oronoko leaf, 201b boxes, Jlh plugs, Buf
falo chip and Turkish smoking tobacco, Man
, 11a cheroots, No. 2 ; Manila cigars, No. 2.
Family cooking stoves, California and Island oats ;
Jeffries' strong ale, in jugs; octaves Dennis Maurice cognac
brandy ; santerne wine, in casks;
brandy, in case ; Hollands gin. Port and Madeira
wines, cherry cordials and liquors, in cases.
Sperm Oil and Whale Oil. 6G-tf
Tf EW GOODS
For tlxo Fall Soai
HE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM
Retailers nd Dealer irenvrnllv- tlmt t .rn.ia f v,a r. ,H
log assortment af Ooods from England, in October, by a clipper
neavy white Blankets, assorted sizes. Baize of ass't colors.
Cloth Caps and Cassimcre, black Broadcloth, ass'd qualities,
Black Orleans Cloth, Guernsey Frocks, Pea Jacket,
Superior blue twilled Flannel, Fearnought Jackets,
Black Lastings, black Princettas, Barege Scarfs,
Assorted Silk Scarfs, Satin Scarfs,
Lamb's-wool Scarfs and Merino Undershirts,
Flannel and Serge Drawers.
Superior blue aud scarlet flannel shirts, pilot cloth trowser,
Black chantiUy fails, black alpaca cloth.
Cambrics, crinoline, cambric handkerchiefs, lawns, "
Plain lawns, mourning muslin, book muslin, jaconet, bobinet,
Muslin dresses, fancy muslins, etc., etc
Denims, white and drab corduroy, white shirting, ass'd qnaL,
Brown cotton, blue prints, pink prints, mourning prints,
Lilac prints, knitting cotton, printed shirting cotton,
White cotton drills, cotton handkerchiefs, huckabuck,
Men's and ladies' stockings (assorted), fHe blue prints,
Maddapolams. regtitta shirts assorted qualities,
Long cloth shirts (assorted qualities), cotton umbrellas,
Carlisle's white real thread, Pittman's colored thread,
Black, white and col'd thread, towels, boys' cotton socks, ass'd.
Itslian silk binding, cords and tassels, silk cravats.
Black silk handkerchiefs, Liack sarsnet handkerchiefs,
Ribbons, silk scarfs, sewing silk, superior black silk,
Silk umbrellas, silk barege, eta, etc.
All Assortment of Crockery
and Cut Glass.
Button clothes brushes, playing cards, currycombs,
Mackintosh coats, riding gloves, French kid gloves, gold lace,
Needles, buckskin gloves, shoes, perfumery, hair brushes,
Round iron (assorted), files (assorted), composition nails,
Composition spikes, tinman's wire, tin, IX, IC and SDXW.
Best boiled oil, patent anchors, chains, wliitelead,
Assorted paints, canvass, sheathing copper, cordage,
Tar, pitch and turpentine.
Allsop's, Byers', Bass'. Abbott's and MarxettPs ale and por
ter, in quarts and pint,
Martell's best dark brandy, in hhds. and quarter casks,
1'nited Vineyard Co.'s brandy, iu hhds. and quarter casks,
Claret, of superior quality, port and sherry, Jamaica rum,
Sardines, salad oil, jams and jellies, white wine vinegar,
Italian maccaroni, vermicelli, almonds, pearl sago, oatmeal,
Le Mann's biscuit, Wiltshire, Cheshire and Stilton bheese,
York ami Westphalia hams, capers, this peas, parsnips.
Tongue, lobsters, etc., petit pois, in 1 and 21b tins.
Orange and citron peel, curry powder1 mulligatawny, pepper,
Cloves, bacon, split peas, barley and groats, tapioca, saleratus,
- Vicnio baskets, Abeniethy's biscuit, Harvey's sauce,
Worcestershire sauce, chutney, sperm cancles, stearlne candles.
All Assortment of" Saddlery,
And a variety of other articles. Samples of the above have not
yet arrived, but are expected by next mail
Honolulu, August 24, 1857. 61-tf R. C. CLOUSTON.
S AVIDGE MAY
FFER THE FOLLOWING GOODS . AT
THE LOWEST MAKKET PRICES:
Mackerel, No. 1,
Regs anchovies, in salt,
Anchovies in oil, -
English dairy cheese,
Preserved meats, ,
" Baltimore oy9ters,
M ' clams,
' assorted soups,
green corn, '
u assorted herbs,
u ground pepier,
' ground giuger,
Cream tartar, '
English pie fruits,
" - jams,
French fruits in syrup,
u apricots in syrup,
u peaches in syrup,
" cherries in synip,
" prunes in syrup,
" pears in syrup,
prunes in glass jars,
" olivis, . ,
M green peas, .
" capers, ' .
Sardines, quarter and half tins,
Italian paste, '
Jordan almonds, "
Zante currants, in cans
14 and 20 lbs each ;
Fancy machine biscuits,
Cabin biscuits, '
Sugar biscuits, .
Mixed biseuits; -Carolina
ricc, Patna rice.
Scotch Oatmeal, in 1-4 lb. tins,
Oolong Tea, iu 20 lb boxes a very superior article ;
tine Ureen Tea, In 1 lb catties
Fresh roasted Coffee. 66-tf
II. C. GRAIIAITI,
COOPER AND GAUGER.
THE OVERSIGNED having recently purchased the
Cooperage formerly occupied by C. H. Butler, corner of
Queen and Fort streets, is now prepared to execute with dispatch
all orders that he may be favored with at the above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the " Royal Hotel."
Ship Agents and Masters are respectfully invited to call and
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N. B. 1000 barrels casks on hand and for sale on the most,
reasonable terms. . 69-tf
RAGS ! ! .
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
purchase Rags, in any quantity, in trade or for cash.
For clean and picked white cotton or linen rags, 3 cents per
pound will be aid. For colored cotton or linen rags, 2 cents
per pound. No ragB will be purchased unless well cleaned and
merchantable. Woolen rags not wanted. Persons residing on
the other Islands, can send rag bales to Honolulu by schoon
er, consigned to the subscriber, and care will be taken of their
packages. 105-78 t IL M. WHITNEY.
DA.N1BL BrKSS. CBORO ZMXKS.
SHIP CARPENTERS AND CALKERS.
BURNS & EMMES,
Having entered into copartnership, are prepared to execute
work in their line of business promptly and satisfactorily,
and on as favorable terms as any establishment on these
Islands. Both being practical workmen, they feel confi
dence in asking ft share of patronage. For past favors
' from old friends and patron they beg to rtturn thanks,
and ask a continuance of the same. 69-lm
THE UNDERSIGNED having taken the well-known
stand formerly occupied by the late W. II. Stuart, will
carry on tlie business of .
and would respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage.
He hopes, by a strict attention to business, to give perfect satis
faction to all who may favor him with their custom.
ClIAS. W. FOX.
N. B. Wanted a good WOOD-TURNER.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1867. ' ' 69-3m
MR. EDW. SPARKE would inform his friends and
the public, that he has now for sale a few prime Fiae
Wled Rant, of large carcass, which will be necessary
to establish, in order to combine ft carcass with a good yield of
tallow, in conjunction with a heavy fleece of good wool.
Waimea, Hawaii, Oct. 15. 69-81
notice. . ;
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of the late Wm. Henry
Stuart, cabinet-maker, of Honolulu, are hereby requested
to settle their accounts before the 1st day of November next, anil
all persons having claims against said Estate are notified to
present them immediately to C. 11. LEWERS,
19-3m . Administrator.
A SST'D Boston and San Francisco Crackers, in small
. Una, for family use.
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
CLOTHING FOR SALE. The undersigned have
alway on hand an assortment of German made Clothing,"
Coat Cloaks, and Pant of different style.
Julyl, 1-tf - vua uults uti;&. -
JTiNGLISIT, French, German, and Chinese silks. The most
MZ4 complete assortment ever offered.. For sale by
Jnly 1, 1-tf KOBKUT V. JAKlUr. '
CORN AND OATS, on hand, and
For sale by
62-tf A. P. EVERETT.
4LL THE FAVORITE BRANDS OF ALE and POIU
TEH, in pints and quarts, for sale by
66-tf C. U RICHARDS k CO.
GA RT BOXES, assorted sizes, for sale by -67-ot
W. N- LADD-ti
71VAKILA AND HEMP CORDAGE, all sixes
AT-M. for sale by
At the lowest cash price.
B. W. FIELD,
BUTTER! Batterl BuerS Foraleby
. L. TELESIO, -.
Il-tf Corner of Nunanw and Qneea streets, r
PORES PORK I PORKI'-For "T.llT . '
g ., ... w L. TELESIO, -
It 71-tf Corner of Knnano and (jump streets. ,
PICKLES X PICKLES I PICKLES I For sale
by -- " . -I TELESIO,
Tl-tf ' - Corner ef Konano and Queen streets. '
PEPPER I PEPPER X PEPPSR I For "
cheap by L. TELESIO,
71 tf Owner of Nuuann and Queen
Freight Wanted for New Bedford, Direct t
VFn uie wcu anown amp
Apply to Captain LE. Willi i ms, on board, or to
73-tf D. C. WATERMAN. ;
FOR NEW BEDFORD. ,
- The American Clipper Bark - ; -i;,'r
H. G. MORSE. Master,
Will hare immediate dispatch for New Bedford, and wttl take
oil and bone on freight.
Shippers are assured that the Terr beat ear will be given to
For terms of freight or passage In the cabin, apply to
71-tf B. W. FIELD.
FIRST SHIP FOR NEW BEDFORD.
The A I Clipper Ship ;
. CAPTAIN JOHN F. ROPES,
With 6,600 bbls oil onboard and engaged, will sail soon for New
Bedford direct, and having capacity for ft limited quantity of
WHALEBONE, immediate application is necessary from par
ties wishing to ship. Apply to
71-tf or CHAS. BREWER 2d.
REGULAR PACKET FOR HILO.
TnE CLIPPER SCHOONER
One hundred and fifty tons register,
A. G. THURSTON, Master,
Will hereafter run regularly to 1I1LO, touching at
KOIIALA and LAUPAHOEIIOE,
When in Honolulu, will be found regularly at J. Robinson
k Co.'s Wharf.
For freight or passage inquire on board. 83
FOR NEW BEDFORD.
The A 1 American ship
IHary JL. Sutton,
Will receive early dispatch for the above port. Freight taken
at very low rates. Apply to
Lahaina, Sept. 4. - CU-tf
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from the United States are respectfully informed that a
FIRST CLASS SHIP
Will leave Boston, REGULARLY, for this place. In the mr.ith
of Septemlier or early in October, and in April or early in My.
Fer freight or passage, which will be taken on the lowest
terms, please apply to
CHAS. or JAMKs HUNNEWELL,
Boston, Mass., U. 8. A.,
Or CHAS. BREWER 2d,
Honolulu, S. I.
CHARLES B RE WE It,
BOSTON, MASS. U. S. A.
Orders sent to him from the Sandwich Islands will be puno
tually attended to, and merchandise forwarded in A 1 fast
sailing ships. 49-tl'
gvg; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE V. 8. ;
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May or Jane,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisement In daily
papers of the above mouths.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W. FIELD,
Honolulu, 8. 1.
B. W. Field, - - -Honolulu.
Sutton k Co. - - - - New York.
Cook k Snow, ... New Bedford.
WELL.S, FARGO fc CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all part of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange In sum to suit
on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pas free over the Califiimia and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
fiOct. 1, 1850-tf. K. COADY & CO-Agents.
Freeman's Express Co.
For the speedy and safe transpor
tation of Merchandise. Specie, Letters and valuable package to
all parts of the United States. A. P. EVERETT,
HONOLULU RIFLES, ATTENTION!
.THE MEMBERS of the corps are hereby noti
fied to meet at the Armory on WEDNESDAY EVENING
of each week, at half past 7 o'clock, for company drill.
The member of Squad No. 1 are al-vi notified to appear
at the Armory of the corps on TUESDAY EVENING of
each week, at half past 7 o'clock.
N. B. The members hereafter will receive no written
notices. Per order,
R. COADY, Captain.
L. JONES, Orderly Sergeant 68-tf
I JUST RECEIVED!
PER JOHN GILPIN direct from Boston
New raisins in half boxes, new currant,
Codfish and mackerel, crushed and loaf sugar,
Sugar cured hams, corn starch.
Assorted essences, lemon syrup, tomato Catsup,
And other desirablr articles, for sale by
63-tf SAVLDGE k HAT.
Metchants' Excliange, Merchant street,
Wond's Black Horse Hotel, Fort street,
Rear of Dimond's store, King street.
Kawaihae or Honolulu.
GW. . MACT, of Kawaihae, Hawaii, is prepared
to furnish at his new wharves, the celebrated
Kawaihae Potatoes, at the lowest rates, or at Honolulu, through
M r. J. II. Cole, Capt. Bcrrill, of schooner Mary, or Mr. G. C.
McLean. .. ..
TT Private families will do well to leave their orders with
either of the above parties. . . 73-tf
For Sale by B, W, Field, :
THE FOLLOWING NAMED MERCIIAN
dise, just received per American bark Messenger Bird :
Bbls Haxall flour, half bbls ex. flour, bxs ex. flour,
Bbls cement, half bbls sugar, boxes glass,
' Split peas, castile soap, Carolina rice,
.71-tf Rifle powder, cases refined lard, Japan rice, etc.
BEST ISLAND COFFEE, from 01 Titcomb's
plantation, Uanalei, for sale by
71-tf , " B. W. FIELD.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS.
MESSRS. BRADLT, BRAY St
MAN INI, are prepared to do draying at 25
cents per load for all drayage landed between
the Wharves and . Merchant street, and at
equally low rates fbrgreater distances.
XT Ho flags put out. JZX ' ' '
71-3t J. B. BRADLT.
SAILORS' HOME SHIPPING OFFICE On
account of the press of business at the Home, the under,
signed has engaged Mr. G. W. WUlfong to act for him In the
shipping of seamen, the undersigned being still responsible, as ,
heretofore. . ' . - . .
. THOMAS THRUM,
Manager Bailors' Home.
Honolulu, Nor. 2, 1857; . . f : -
The undersigned begs leave to inform the Shipmasters and
Merchants of Honolulu that he ia now acting as agent tot the
Shipping Office at the Sailors' Home, under the management of
Mr. Thrum, and requests of his friends and the shipping in
teres ts irenerally a portion of their patronage, promising to ase
his most faithful endeavors to give satisfaction. .Office at the
Sailors Home. - - r
Refers to A.J. Cart wright Esq: and Capt. Tho. Spencer.
71-3m 3 u. w. yv iu.ru u.
NEW RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
. 4. SALOOK.. :.-.-.,,,.; .
rjTERMAN BENZLER respectfully Informs his
I 1 friend and the public of Honolulu in general, that ha will
open, on the first of February next, ft. new Restaurant ltd
lmee saioon, tm uig Buwt, "iniui un q wwwi.
Those who will honor hint with their nfttrsoace mar rest
assured that the most strenuous exertions will be used 4o merit
the continuance of their support. "v .; . . Jl-ly .
PER JOHN GILPIN FROM , BOSTON
to arrive : -" , .
Bales brown cotton, do denims, do Md-aeaing, -Kales
blue drill and blue cotton, cs ttnen-boaom nhirts, '
. White and blue cotton thread, kip brogana, goat do,
; Calf brogans, women's shoe, asstd blank book, V
Patent charcoa! irons, palm leaf hats, pat nail, whit toad,
foiled rinseed oil, spiriU of turpentine, celastlai bine,
- Chrome green and chrome yellow. Prussian bttte,
Shoe MacAiag, dried apptes, cle, bams, water crackers,
Loaf and craned sugar, soda and butter crackers, .
Boxes raisin, do tobacco, etc., eta, ate.
62 tf For sale by - B. HACKFELD.
1 A BBLS TAR, SO BALES OAKUM,
JL VF " 2 bbls pitch, U bbls rsein, t
, 10 bbls brizht vsrnish, bbls coal tar, i ' - : " "
' Foraalebw' .hi .
C. L. klCHARW It CO.
CHAMPAGNE ! CHAMPAGNE ! L -
X YANKEE 24 baskets of the celebrate Cbariea
Ueidseick Wine. " ' - - .; i .' .
.. .For sale by - ' '
C. RICH ASPS CO.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
General Salf .
ON FRIDAT, NOV. SO, AT IO O'CLOCK,
At Sales Room, will be oM large aasortiaent of geaeral
Bterchandia. - , :
SAME DAT, AT It O'CLOCK, NOON, f
On the beach, opposite the store of Dr. Ford, wHI a aotd,
BbU Pork, firkin Batter,
Casks Ham, casks Vinegar, '
Cases Pickles, bags Chile JJeans, '-
Casks Split Peas, boxes Candles, - v
Cases OUre Oil, casks Brandy, ji
Cases Brandy, cases Absynthe,
DrW, fcr Boat Sails, - . .' 1
Bbls Mess Beef, bbls Haxall Floor,
100 bbls Medium Bread. ' -
Doors, Windows acd Xlizds
ON SATURDAY, NOV. 91, AT 1 O'CLOCK,
At Sales Room, will be sold, to close consignment, an assort
Doors, Windows and Blinds.
ON SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. tl, ;
At half past 7 o'clock, at the store of the Messrs. Grlnbaass,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets, will b Sold a large'
Great Attraction Closing Cut Sde !
ON TUESDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER S4, AT
IO O'Clack, A. M.,
AT THE STORE OF L. TELESIO,
On Nuuanu street, will be sold the -
Consisting of a great variety of
Clothing, ury uoons.
Hats and Cups. Ciiiiia Ware,
Hollow Ware, Groceries,
Wines, Liquor, kc.
BY JOHN F. COLBURIT.
Furniture and Silverware.
ON MONDAY. NOV. 23,at IO O'Clack, A.M.,
At Salesroom, will be sold a choice lot of
Silverware and Furniture.
Sale of General Merchandise,
ON TUESDAY, 24th iaaCat IO O'Clack, AM.
Dry Goods, Grocertea, dec, 4tc, ere.
B. F. SJOW
OFFERS FOR SALE. In loU to suit imrcnasars, at
the lowest price, the following nerohandiw
Chrome orange prints, Corah Handkerchiefs,
green 14 W LiUi and grey merino shirts,
Damask table covers, u u u drawer.
Brown cotton drawers, Check linen shirts,
White " ' vawco -
Red flannel u W hite L B shirts.
Brown drill, . Blue flannel shirts,
Women' white cotton hose. Brown cotton,
Men's striped hose, White blankets,
Embroidered under-sleeves, Biaca ana brown sen nai.
Ouayaquil hats, Colored Cobarg,
Hickory shirts, tjoiorea inaia satin,
Silk velvet, India rubber coats,
Navy caps, with oil sua covers, buk umoreuas, -
nntte unen nanaKercniei.
Beat Shaea. ;
Goat buskins. Calf Congreas boots.
Boy' calf boots, Kn'md leather Congress boots.
Heavy brogans, Kid Uppers,
G racer lea. :
Lemon syrup. Assorted pickles, half gals.
Tomato catsup, Oerkina, half gals and qts,
Fresh peaches, Tierces nams,
Saaerlar Black Teat,
No. 1 soap, blacking, Fine cot tobacco, Is tin foO.
Chain cables, Russia eordage, assorted sisea.
Army duck, . Manila eordage, assorted siaes.
Cotton duck. Cut nails, lantern.
Sheathing paper, - Composition nails, ' v
Bars flat iron, -Grocer'
Solar side lamp.
White pine clapboards,
. Table spoons,
1 French bedstead,
Office clocks, "' !,
Cherry boards, A
Lamp chimneys, 1
Maae, hf lack and 1 lack,
Pipes, Lead Pipe.
Ate Ate. 68-tf
DRUOS AXITJ S3SDZOZZ7Z23.
PTUIE SUBSCRIBER WOULD HEREBY
M. inform the people of HAWAII that he I now opening a
new assortment of Drugs, Medicines, and Fancy Articles, which
he offers for sale on as reasonable terms as they can be par
chased elsewhere at the Islands.
Orders solicited from all part of the Island.
XT Medicine Chests carefully replenished for ship or shoes
CHAS. H. WRTMORB, M. D.
HOo, Hawaii, Aug. 28, 1857. , 02-74
NO. 2 PLATFORM. WEIGHING 3000 la.
No. 7 Platform, weighing 2000 lbs, -No.
10 Platform, weighing 1200 lbs,
No. 10 Platform, weighing 900 lb.
No. 11 Platform, weighing 600 lbs,
. No. 11 Platform, weighing 400 lbs,
No. 12 Platform, weighing 240 lbs,
- Greeera Scale, Caaater Scales,
For sale by
47 B. W. FIFLB.
FRESH COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE OIL,
Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, saleratus,
Corned beef in kegs for family use, cheese, sacks flour,
On hand and tot sale by
62-tf A. P. KVKRXTT.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO."
HAVE ON HAND and offer for sale Um choicest
Old Brandies, Fine Wine and Liqnors,
Ever Im ported Into Honolulu.
XT Families, Clubs, Messes, Ships, Ac, supplied with any
article in our line. 08-tf
A FEW TONS OF LIGHT MERCHANDISE
will be taken on storage at reasonable rates la gsod, dry '
cellar removed from the danger of fire by
92-tL C.A.IEI. POOR.
TO WOOL AND PULU DEALERS.
JUST RECEIVE D Per Ksastcamrha IT
Waal Packs, such as are used In Australia, and
adapted for packing wool, palu, or any article thai saqairoa
WIRE FENCING. '
For particulars apply at the office of
ROBERT 0. JANIOIf.
NEW GOODS.' ' "
EX YANKEE, Silk handkerchief, "
Cotton ade panto, White shirts, 1
Fancy shirt, - Blue flannel shirts,
"Jewett City" denims, Gajter shoes,
. , ' Children's hoes, Ac Ac, Ae , , .
For sale by
M-tf ". C. A. A C P. POOR
PALE AND GOLDEN SHERRIES AND
JUST RECEIVED, per GAMBJA,trcm Taka, Holds
worth a Co., London, an Invoice of Loodoa bottied gamlae
Viao 8eca de Xerea de la Fraatera."
ALSO, on hand, a small quantity of the a sll I isiaa gismliw
from the same London House, for sale by
41 tf - ED. UOFFSCULAEGAA k RAFUTBORSt. .
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
and klASONIO R KG ALIA, eoeatantly on haad, soch as
Royal Arch, It. M.H, P. G.s,
' Rncampment, sc, ac, Jte.
Unitary good of all kind can be furnished to order. - '
Apply to C. A. A H. F. POO,
62-tf . Or QEO. HTM J A Tali.
riOPT-BOOKS, WITH AND WITHOUT
copies : Fabert pencils, black and red
India rubber, French tissue paper, etc ese.
oo-tx rot saie ny n. m. WBmiST.
A FEW COPIES OF TUB ABOVE POPU-
and Hymn, for sals by
B. 3C VKIOTT.
raOOIl LBS. HAWAIIAN EHAN3 lu sale
J J J J ia tots to salt purchasers, by
63-tf !. . C.U UCHA&CS CO.
FTAIL AND SPIKE RODS
1J - - , , . For sale by
ea w. h. ladtx
Smoked Salsaon, In ezeeneoi order, .
. , ,Pors"aw ,
SA1C3 a MAT.
VUST RECEIVED a few srj trior sCk mmbr3as,a.
3 sortod aaK. For sie by
-tf - r , p. crow.
TfAS MATCIira ITT TIN BOXES
V V . v - Fcrsaleby
Ct gaaana and Qaiin sMrsste
VJL IXaU boxes Labina,
T7aK3 ZIAVr BBBAO-Tir
A. - -. csaieay
TTTTABDVACIS, EOLLOWTTAX.T St TATTZTTWAZM
Ull for sale, by Jy 11,-tf H0t C. 4AKI0N.