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yy J VJi boar or
. r'sr. . - mMunuen
I last mile in such good apirits that two men
wtsd, to tlfl or SUPDOrt him if mmiun
ST)! tO mil ta V(Vn ikm with kirn TL
f n of tb spectator was intense but be kept
tT n-gSng, until at the expiration of four-
ituun miul ten teeonds. the time-keener
uum iuc inue was ddudw and the task com-
lo Dhow that he had some atrenirth utill
ng, Lambert ran round the course." l'jf. f,t-t
three time, amidst the cheers of the spectator.
reurea to an ante-room where he was allow-
rf r a few hours, great care being Uken to
vent hlJrttin too muck sleep, as that would be
"""tons as etof&Dg a famiaheU man with food.
Cajikl EiFntiMEXT. An interesting report
oeen received by the War Department from Mr.
"e, Superintendent of the wagon road expedition
l Fort Defiance. The camel experiment is pro
ved suceessfaL These animals carried BeTen
red pounds burden, principally provender for
and were less jaded than mules. They eat
Je except bushes, preferrirj;; them to grass.
lieale conceives it easier to manage a train of
ty earuel than one of fire mules. . Their temper.
Utility, capacity for bearing burthens, and going
bout water, while they live on food upm which
er animus would starve, render them valoable for
asportation on the prairies. Every unshod animal
bed JJ 1's'jO lame but the camels, not one of
h even exhibited fatigue.
' Ridley Family !
rbe inimitable ISDIA-RCBBER MAN,
3f onsienr DEVANI I
hose eoraliinat'oo of versatiutfra and incredible aerial and
iaa-Val prrfiwmancea have aatcnished and d-lighted mr three
tiortha of ti world, will perform every evening till further
imb m. iu ass, ivi de.i imui; u unaninaii
r-t tnh Uxnlen Seed by ttie Finny Major," re arrive
about ite '1Mb Dec. Among toe seeds are :
1 CWvcr and Grass Seed, .Osage Orange for hedges,
Flswrr Seeslav &e, Vc.
ZT Orders from tbe other islands should be sent in early.
77 -If If. 3t. WUITXEY.
IKE OTIC K. that by virtue of a certain deed of
aasiimment, dated the 12th Iteoemher, 197, made between
irge Williams and V. L. Jones Williams k Jonesn of the
part the andersiTned of Uie second part, and the several
ltors or tbe said n ilhams sc Jones, who shall execute soch
of anaignment within fmr teen days Gram the date thereof
tlim thinl Mrt s Tbe said Williams At Jones dul lair
to the undertigned all their ottate and effects, upoa trust
tie bsawnt of sail creditors.
i And further take notice, that such deed of assignment will lie
ft my office for the perusal and sUnature of soch of the credit,
t Irs as may desire to become parties thereto until tbe 24th inst.
rsl PAL L C. DL COKKUN, Assignee.
JlODOtOlU, IXC. 1 J INI.
k'MA. f Hot
, persons inirbted to tbe firm of Williams k Jones,"
k,VTrx:aV of riaiffiviii, viTCDinx; ami it J wjwii jiercoanis, are nerv
vss)y notified to mak paymmt to t!e ondersigned, and all per
Launs wh have claims on the said firm are requested to present
j their accounts to the nndenigned mi or hetm tbe 24th inst.
r P. C DLCOBKOX. Assignee.
Mtnf Honolulu, Dee. 15, 77-t:'
A. DESIRABLE COTTAGE On Beretania
street, within the enctusnre of the residence of Henry
Macfariane, farnuhed cr onfuruisbed.
ripply on the prnnises or at the Commercial Hotel. 77-tf
CAIIFELTTEII AN(P BUILD EH,
Fort street, opposite the store of Samstng; A Co.
A Aa AVORK in bis Ene done with dispatch and at tbe
Jrm. lowest ponailie rates.
Jobbing done at snort notice.
XjT Call and see. 77-ly
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. .
ALL PERSONS who may have any claim on the
Estate of the late Ahiu. Chinaman, late resident of Uilo,
LWand of Hawaii, Hawaiian Inlands, deceased, intestate, are
hereby notified to present their claim to the ondersigned, tar
settment, on or before the Kb of June, lftivi. or be barred for
ever ; and all penons who are indebted to tbe said state are
hereby reqnirvd to liqaidate the same on or before the above
LOUIS J. PA VIE,
Administrator of the Estate of Abio.
Hilo, Hawau. Dee. 9, 1S57. 77-om
THE UNDERSIGNED, being about to leave this
kinplora fur a few months, has appointed Thomas W.
Everett, as hi Agent, by special Power of Attorney ; and
" all persrAs are hereby forbidden to trust any other one in my
name, cither man, woman or child.
P. IL TRBADWA Y.
tahaina. Dee. 8, 1S3T. ' 77-ly
Dli KI'IIBER PINE TOOTH COMBS
Celebrated Fountain's Perfumery,
xtract Cardaanom Seeds,
Jtf Mar sale by
-tf JT ilD. nOFFMANX-
BEING ABOCT TO LEAVE THE KING
itco, the undersigned reqoests all those who are indebted
W tbe firm of MeCohntn tt Campbell to settle their accounts on
nrbeCethe first of February, otherwise they will be placed
in the haoiLi of an attorney fur collection.
nonolaiu. Dee. IS, 1557. - 77-td.
A CORD for good Fire Wood, on the landing,
near the Custom, House. Apply to
C. A j- t II. F. POOR.
EST QUALITY of China Rice,
fat 50-B bags. In
large or small quantities, for sale low by
-tf C. A. at H. F. POOK.
. signed having taken
stand lately own pied by
(Robot K. Wskexax, our
King street, wiU carry on the
la all its branches.
AH orders executed promptly and with care.
returns thanks to the citisens of Honololo, for the pa
tronage so liberally bestowed on him, snd would recommend
than to Ids successor, sir. THOMAS Li JCIf.
. B. . WAKEMAN.
NOTICE. - I
THE UNDERSIGNED, having disposed of their
tasinesM, and inteoding to leave these Islands shortly,
woold lake this method of tendering their thanks Vj all their
friend, and customers for past favors, and hop they may con
tinue the same to their successor.
AU to wfrnm we are Indebted; will please present their bills
(w payment on or before the 24th day of this nonth ; and all
hsare imlehted to as will please call and settle os or before the
aid date, without mil, as their bills will be placed in the hands
four attorney for collection.
XT Balance of stock selling ofT cheap for cash. ,
J. FOX- V
Hooohilu, Dee. 7, 1W7. 7 44 U. BEKKEX 3CSCH,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Pafreteaesl
the premises of Mr. i. FOX, begs leave to give notftv that
he will enter therein on January 1st, 186H, and continve the
nsine t as heretofiwe, and respectfully solicits a contmnaice t f
the palru&ura so kfeeraliy bestowed apoa his predeceasora. 1
OEO. C AfcLKAs.
Jf. Bv The balance of Dry Goods at his old stand in Hel
tree!, teflisf off cheap. 7ft
pUNE OLD MAGNOLIA WHISKY v
X Hd Bourtno Ul.y I
Old rye whisky, of the choicest quality ;
la store, ami to bond for export. 10 and fr-gaMon package of
the above for sale by 76-tfJ C. L. BICHAKD8 at CO.
S AZER AC BRANDY 1 SOS F
Mama brandy ;
Otard, Dupay U Co. brandy ;
Aai a eboira variety U fine Iiuon for ships and females, guar-
. anteed peje and genoioe. For se by
76-tf . , . C. L. RICHARDS It CO.
OAK BOATS, lO, 11, 12. 13 ( 14 iU,
For sale bv
NEW CARMINA SACRA,
l?OR SALE BY
H. U. WHITNEY.
E f ROLLS ROOM PAPER, PER Lsttw
arrivals, for sale cheap, by
sTtH AS. nEIDSIECK
V celebrated wine for sale by ,
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
20 bMs pitch
10 bbis rcin. For sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
A BBLS. OLD CIDER VI NEC A It For sal
afcVE by . 76-tf C L. RICHARDS A CO. -
CALIFOHXIA HMOaED SALTIOTT For sale
b .... IT-) -. ., . C. L RirMARLS A X
C. J,. RICJAUDS & CO.
for sIlb a complete as-
ilartl vra re.
Kaga mackerel, bnxr
flh. boxes tobacco.
noxes msuw. boxes
Boxes Bristol brick.
fs boxes candle,
cases assorted syrups.
Bbls eld cider rinex
i ases frrwa corn, m
Caaes Lobster, raspfa
Mre meat, mince pie meat,
i r Jam, quluoca,
Taaes strawberry janl
Cases appl marmala
Cases stniMil K.
peacbea, enrrant Jelly,
ppk aauce, French capers,
Cases cheese, tocnati f, tomato ketchup.
Kegs split peas, whr beans,
Kev eastern buUer, Iraiiberriea,
Bags bockwbest. Gcnsee floor.
Tins Ilmxall txwr,
Boxes snmked salmon, herrh.fr, table salt.
Boxes sakTatas, soda, cream tartar.
Boxes frronnd pepprr, allspice, cloves.
Boxes casaia, ginger, unstard,
1U1 f 4 rial apples, cmsbod sncar, brown sogar,
VW-'wfive oil drums Bsa, Caraiiaa rice,
tJrLt "da, butter and sugar crackers,
CasesCir snaps, Jenny Lind cakes,
Cases brauuy peaches, brandy cherries.
Cases assorted pie fruits, assorted meats,
Cases rsten, pickles, sardines, prunes,
Chests tea, kegs pickles,
C"i yeast powders, pineapp'e. whortleberries.
Cans boiV linseed oil.
Kegs KutrliTbfwhite lead.
BMs bright varnish.
BMs coal tar,
Casks cut nails,
Hand lines, '
Deep sea lines.
Casks composition nails,
Coils Manila rope, ass'd sixes,
' W hale line,
Bbls navy bread.
Octaves fine brandr. in bond:
Kegs old Sazerac brandy, in boml;
Kegs Otard, Dnpuy M Co. brandy, in bond;
Bbis old Mouongaheia whisky, in bond;
BMs oM Uagnolia whieky, in bond;
Kegs old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky, in bond;
Cases Geneva gin, in bond;
Fine Port wine, expressly for bunilr one;
Fine Sherry, Fine Sauterne,
Fine Claret, Thte Hock ;
Cases ale and porter, Bitters,
Baskets champagne, Demijohns, sic- tc tc
Honolulu, Oct. IS, !So7. 68-tf
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
EX" "ELIZABETH BARTER " DIRECT
SELECTED TO ORDER AND FOR SALE
at the old stand of the undemigned, among which will be
found the following assortment of FANClf GOODS, chosen ex
pressly for Foreign Ladies. As regards prices, please call and
Kmbroidered cambric collars.
Embroidery fur sleeves and pantalets,
French flowers, a very superior article,
&ky-blue, white, plum and black real French merino.
Infants' worked muslin robes and bodies.
Do cashmere braid hoods and cloaks,
Linen and cotton tapes and braids,
Children's nose and half-hose, a great variety,
Ladies' super worked aiMPCSnrnrwaa,
Do pearl white and black silk hose,
. Sky-blue satiu ribbon,
' Black watered belt ribbon,
White satin and fency bonnet ribbon,
Silk velvet trimmings,
Fancy worsted braids,
Black CbantUly veils, large and richly worked.
Real Glasgow ginghams, very fine,
Victoria tartan plaid, do do,
6-4 jaconet muslin, finest quality,
6-4 hair cord do, excels any in the market.
Mourning muslins and prints.
lilies' imnsw,ewanlujoan bonnetn.
v -wwpes, dci x rcc X uu.
ancy straw bats, "
xert Manila do.
Crinoline, Eugenie, and brown Milan hn(
Bedford, Tuscan and flat-brinuned dil
Boys' Tuscan, Lesiiorn, 4u
Infants' white and colored orsted boots.
Ladies' tortoise shell braid corahs,
. Do suer wrought steel scissors, custom made,
.Cashmere plaids, very fine.
Fine plain and dotted swiss mnslins,
tmbroltfered handkerchiefs and skirts,
Iong black silk mitts,
Horrock's cclelrated fine white shirtings.
And a quantity of articles too numerous to articularlce.
73-lm FKANCId SPENCER, HHel ftreet.
Valuable Real Estate in Lahaina
3Lt -a5krULO-tlOXX !
WILL BE SOLD ON FRIDAY, JAN. lat,
at 12 o'clock, on the Premises, wrruorT aasKKVK, to
the highest bidder, the
Valuable Eatate ailaated an Main Street, la
(he 'fsws Lahaina, sisw acra pir-d by
Dr. C. Al. Bales at Droj Store si aid Ofllce.
There are on the premises a store, 30 by 20 feet ; a two-etory
house, 20 by 15 feet, with double verandah ; a large store house,
cook bouse, Ac
The Lot contains about 4000 feet, and is enclosed by a sub
stantial stone wall and fence. Tbe title is fee simple and un
donthted. The premises will be sold free of all incumbrance.
For further particulars apply to J AM IS W. AUSTIN, Hoao
Ln.r,or CD WARD P. BUND, Labai.xi, or to
76-at C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Barclay, Perkins & Co.'s
TN PINTS AND QUARTS
For sale by
RITSON A HART.
riUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENGAG
M. ed tbe services of an experienced Upholsterer, is now pre
pared to make to order Spring Beds, Hair, Pula and Hay Mat
tresses, Spring Lounges, Ac Old Sous, Lounges, Ottomans and
Chairs repaired and re-covered on reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds made to order.
Koa, black walnut, pine and lead Collins constantly on hand
and made to order. CUAS. VT. FOX, Cabinet-maker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel St., near corner of Fort.
PER YANK EE
Sardines, in half boxes '
Candy, in 25tb boxes ;
Strawberries, in 21b tins ;
Natural preserves, in gkiss j
Mince meat, in 2ib tins.
74-tf For tale by C. A. A n. F. POOR.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON THE
undersigned, will please send in their accounts for settle
ment; and all persons indebted to me, are requested to settle
their account on or before the 1st of January, or they will be
put in tbe hands of my attorney for collection.
ILVER PLATED, ENGLISH MAXUFAC-
tured SPKLNU STIRRUPS ; also, 1'latixJ fKUiASl nils.
never want cleaning, a very spleudia article. Aim, gent s
W atch Guard Ribbons. F. SPKNCER.
75-lm Hotel street.
Jast Received and for Sale,
AJ-ALL QUANTITY OF GINGER WINE.
LrC?1ni ex "Eliaabath Barter," ur-casks U. Vin Proprietors'
vRANDY. Bass' Ale, in pints and quarts.
GO 1 FRET RHODES.
"aJOTICE. My wife Harriet having left my bed and noara,
1 wl v hn.K miiinn .11 nmnni arainst harboring or trusting
her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting
after this date.
Honolulu, Dec 3, 1807. ' 7o-3t
ALL PcTfons indebted to the Estate or tbe late w m. tienry
vtn.rt eahlnet-m.iker. of Honolulu, are liereby requested
to settle their accounts before the 1st day of November next, and
all persons baring claims against said Lstate are nntinea to
present them immediately to U. - LB v fctus
Old opier and composition, and
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash pnee
will be allowed by
4jtf - V.1L&B. JtIU,nEK,7UI.
OX BOARD THE JOHN MARSHALL, luw
tons of the very best Hcraoton lump coal, any quantity of
which I will sell at $20 per ton ofSOOO Q weight.
X FLYING DART,"
Smoked Sal on, in ex Il-nt order,
For sale by
ea.tf SATIDGFJk MAT.
THE UNDERSIGNED would inform nil menu ana
the Ladies tliat be has received his
Thread Lsieea and Triawnaiac Frlaea,
together with a variety of Sundries, which are now open for In
spection at bis etore, in uoiei cum.
HATS Of medium and fins qualities,
asiim ro hats. Just received and for sale
A Also, black
7-Mfl C. A. A U. . POOR.
HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOKS
F)R SALE BY THE DOZEN, mr SINGLE
Coplea. $4 per dosen , 60 cents UTTSSr.
K SUPER. LARGE FORCE PUMP, with
lose and Couplings, complete. , .
Mar saie oy
61-tf - CHAS. BRJ8WRR, 2p.
CAMT FOR SALE BY
rtlUXtOK SALMON. IX
a bn neetveu per Metropolis, mm ihiuuw na,
half bbls of hose verv suoeeior CULNOOK SALMON.
74-tf y jjt sale by C. A. A H. F. POOR.
nB navy bread ex
!. For sale by
A. f. CAtTWRIQHT.
T TAIL A
For Bale br
riAJf FOAJISCO PILOT rrTXAT For sale
lhr Z-l1) ... .f. L. RICHAa.08 A CO.
1 ECEIVED PER AXTIL.IAf FROM
JLV Bremen, and fcr sale by the undersigned s
fancy prints Bales
mourning do do
of Madapolams do
of superior shirticg " do
Victoria lawn do
Jaconeu at mull muslin do
' tlwiss muslin and robes do
book muslin do
bisbop's lawn (-do
linen drill do
do handkerchiefs do
cambric do do
lawn do do
lineostape, do thread
Water's best anal, o-curl
sup. white flannel '
ptd. woolen table-covers
taictas. oiled silk
wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
Indies' veils, asstd qusl.
scarlet and blue blankets
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars.
Bracelets, eoifures, kid gloves, cs assorted silk,
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirts
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amasouia hats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety
Kuglish silk nmbrellas, for hvlies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paer and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asxtd Bacons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin nts, iancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of balf-wnolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpacca eoats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and panta
Scarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wooi under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, suiierior felt do
Palm leaf hats, Legliora do, Bilk suspenders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
English saddles, bog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
SilverM bits, stirrups and spars, riding whips
Lasting gairers, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foofeicap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
wWater bottles (stone), room paper and borders
tainted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
. Table knives and forks, pen and pocket kuives
Scissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, kicks, spiuures, ivory combs
Plated candlesticks, with tulip shades, bailie combs
Pearl buttons, cant-steel hand saws, best English raisors
. Ladies' P-&Q6 pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
. Match bAj7ktandB, plated baskets, Ac
Wax ta)iers, nruannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
. Forsale by
62-'J 11. HACKFELB A CO.
CARGO PER KAMEHAMEIIA IF,
THE UNDERSIGNED Invites the attenUons of deal
era, jobbers, retail and country traders, to the large and
valuable assortment of merchandise jast received by the above
named vessel. Among tbe more important articles will be
Dry Good. ;
Brown cottons, brown drills, white mrulapolMmA,
' White shirtings, various qualities, blue shirting,
Blue drill, fancy drills and trowaeriug in great variety,
White and drab cord, bedtieks,
White muslin goods of various descriptions.
Printed muslins, figured do, fine cloth, doeskin,
Gambrooms, plain alpacas, figured alpaca,
White, red and blue blankets, ass'd qualities and sizes,
Figurul lustre, mosquito curtains, Brussels carpeting.
Velvet carpeting, clothing in great variety,
Hosiery and undershirts all qalities,
Hiirts of various descriptions, blue woolen shirts,
Fancy prints, true blue prints, mourning prints,
White ground prints, Turkey red and yello du,
Bilk cordis, English silks, lawns, hats, Ac, Ac, &e.
Aaaorted Engliah Crocerica nnd Liverpool
English white lead, paints and boiled oil.
Rope an J canvas, bagjring and wool pucks,
fcaddlcry, bridles and bits, new styes.
Sheet lead, hollow-wsrc, sled, re hammers.
Anvils (large), crowbars, garden chairs, hat stands.
Wheel-harrows (iron), tool chests,
Cutlery, cliest locks, tin plate,
Two screws fur firessing wool or pulu, ass'd iron.
Brandy, port, sherry, claret, gin and whisky,
Allsop's draught ale in hogsheads,
Younger's draught ale in hotrsheads,' .
halt's draught ale In hogsheails,
ISyas' ale in quarts and pints, .
Allsop's ale. Pirn's ale, Meakim's ale .
Ancliors and chains, fire bricks, blue bricks, p
Elates, small money safes, gates, garden rollers,
Assorted earthenware, nappies, piies, Liverpiol salt,
. Patent woven hose for fire engines, Ac, Ac, Ac.
62-tf. ROBERT C. JAXlON.
Chronometer, Watchmaker and Jeweler,
LAHAINA, MAUI, S. I. .
HAVING N'OYV PERMANENTLY Located
myself in my new building at Lahaina, I would respect
fully inform masters of ships that I am fully prepared to repair
and rate Chronometers by a first-rate Transit Instrument. Also,
particular attention will be given to the repairing of watches,
clocks and nautical instruments. Having been engaged for
many years in the first establishments in Europe and America,
1 trust t give satisfaction. All work warranted. 74-, V
NATIONAL DINING SALOON,- 0 jp
(IN THE BEAR , OF. THE NATIONAL HOUSE.)'
JOHN DAVIS, Proprietor.
THIS WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR
establishment offers superior inducements to those vfcing
a quiet home. It is situated iu convenient proximity US the
business center, and is conducted on the European plan. The
proprietor, who lias been engaged in this business for a leng
period, solicits a continuance of the patronage of his many
friends, which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict
attention to their wants and comfort. Families will find every
comfort here of a good home. Meals at all hours. I
HJ- Board, from fa to f 7. Lodging, for single rooms, $z 60 ;
double rooms. $2
SIIIPSlilTII AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
former patronage received while at his old shop, oppo
site the Custom House, and at the same time notify Shipmasters
and the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining;
Messrs. Brass A KauKX, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he is prepared to execute all hinds of
work in his line on the most reasonable terms, in a workman
like manner, and with dispatch. 76-tf
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JUST RECEIVED PER YANKEE
Straw trimming, assorted qualities; -
Black silk figured lace;
Do do plain do.
Narrow white satin ribbon;
White silk embroidery braid;
M'hite linen serpentine braid.
Also Rich linen thread lace, and a large assortment of trim
ming fringes andtrimming buttons.
Honolulu, Nov. 25. 744ft GEO. CLARK, Hotel
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING OPENED
the NEtT STORE on FORT STREET, (one door above
Dr. Bullion's drug store,) begs leave to call the attention of the
public to the fins assortment of Clothing selected by htm
with great care in Ban Francisco, expressly for this market,
and would call particular attention to the lot of Summer Cloth
ing. Thankful lor past favors, he requests a continuance of the
same . (74-tfJ . HEXRY UKEYPOUS.
For Sale by B, W, Field,
THE FOLLOWING NAMED MERCHAN
due, just received per American bark u Messenger Bird " t
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.
PER JOHN GILPIN FROM BOSTON,
to arrive :
Sales brown cotton, do denims, do bed-ticking,
ales blue drill and blue cotton, cs linen-bosom shirts,
M'hite and blue cottoqthread, kip brogans, goat do.
Calf brogans, women's shoes, asstd blank books, Ac,
Patent charcoal irons, palm leaf hats, out nails, white lead,
Boiled linseed oil, spirits of turpentine, celestial blue,
Chrome green and chrome yellow, Prussian blue.
Shoe blacking, dried apples, cheese, hams, water crackers,
Loaf and crushed suprac, soda ami butter crackers,
Soxes raisins, do totMcco, etc., etc, etc
62 tf for sale by n. IIACKFELD.
mjOTlCE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
11 HENRY MACfARLANK, of the Commkkcial Hotkl at
Honolulu, and the Commvbciai. Billiard 8a look and Kas-
tacbaiit at Lahaina, are hereby notified to make payment to
the undersigned ; and all persons woo nave claims on me aoove
named HENRY MACfAKLANE, are requested to present
accounts to the ondersigned duly appointed agents rr tn
settlement of his affairs. A. l. l-Vt.KM 1,
EX "YANKEE." .
ROCERIES, CASES CANDIES,
White beans. Table salt in a-lh bags,
" Pride of California" tobacco.
Pepper sauce, and sundry other articles,
For sale by .
M-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR,
CALIFORNIA BARLiET-alifornia barley re
ceived per Yankee, and for tale by-
LIFE-BOAT FOlifALE. -
NE new copper-fastened Iif
or sale by
a. r. snow
OFFICE TO LET- The rear Office over the Post
office. Enquire of (34-tf) n. M. M HITNKY.
IQCORS, English Groceries, English Soap, for sale by
July 1, 1-tf
ROBERT C. J ANION.
NEW YORK NAVY 17. Z--'
for ae py ;
Hawaiian beans .
KmMtM-m btua. war aaia in loc V" w. nr
16-tt , O. L. LaCHARDB A CO.
EX FANHT JZAJOH .
CASES SUPERIOR D3AKT PEACHES
. . Cases good Black Tea,
, -or as ry -SO-tf
- C A- A H. J. POOR.
OLLS WIRE FEJTCirr.
yor s r-
- ' CJLaJ. r
ANTE CURRANTS Tor at"
7-tf V. L. A
1-7RESU BOX RAISIKS For ml -
Jhl 7-tf ... .
C. JU BIC
arm a we:
is.1 sale by
CALIFCnmA POTATOCJ-'i i
ale by -? C, L. Ell.....- i U
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM
Retailers and Dealers generally, that be expects the follow
ing assortment af Ooods than England, in Ostober, by a clipper
vessel, vix: '
, Heavy white Blankets, assorted sixes. Bailee of ant't colors.
Cloth Caps aid Cassimere, black Broadcloth, ass'd qualities,
black Orleans Cloth, Guernsey Frocks, Pea Jackets,
Superior blue twilled Flannel, Fearnought Jackets,
Black Lasting, black Priocettas, Barege ScarSi,
Assorted Silk Scarfs, Satin Scarfs,
Lamb's-wool Scarfs and Merino Undershirts,
Flannel and Serge Drawers.
Superior blue ami scarlet flannel shirts, pilot cloth browsers,
Black chantilly falls, 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 quaL,
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), fine blue prints,
Maddapolaina regatta shirts assorted qualities,
Long cloth shirts (assorted qualities), cotton umbrellas,
Carlisle's white real thread, Pittman's colored thread,
Black, white and ool'd thread, towels, boys' cotton socks, ass'd.
Italian silk binding, cords and tassels, silk cravats,
Black silk handkerchiefs, black sarsnet handkerchiefs,
Eibbons, silk scarfs, sewiug silk, superior black silk,
Silk umbrellas, silk barege, etc, etc.
An Assortment of Crockery
and Cut Glass.
Buttons clothes brushes, playing cards, curryenmbs,
Mackintosh coats, riding gloves, French kid gloves, gold lace,
Needles, buckskin gloves, shoes, perfumery, hair brushes.
Bound iron (assorted), files (assorted), composition nails.
Composition spikes, tinman's wire, tin, IX, IC and BDXW.
Best boiled oil, patent anchors, chains, whitelead.
Assorted paints, canvass, sheathing copper, cordage,
Tar, pitch and turpentine
Allsop's, Dyers', Bass'. Abbott 's and MarxettPs ale and por
ter, in quarts and pints,
MarteU's best dark brandy, in hix.s. and quarter casks,
I'nited Vineyard Co.'s brandy, in 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 biscuits, Wiltshire, Cheshire and Stilton bheese,
York and Westphalia hams, capers, tins peas, parsnips,
Tongue, lobsters, etc, petit puis, in 1 anil -2Jb tins.
Orange and citron peel, curry powder mulligatawny, pepper,
Cloves, bacon, afdit peas, barley and groats, tapioca, saleratus,
Picnic baskets, Abernethy's biscuit, Harvey's sauce,
Worcestershire sauce, chutney, sperm canclsteariue efrndt.
Composite candles. .
An 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 K. C. CLOL'STON.
Ba rains Bargains
AT THE STOKE OF G
CLARK, HOTEL ST.
Betwccu Nuuanu and Msunakea streets
WHITE CRAPE SHAWLS Richly embrold'd-,
M'hite crape talmas, richly euibroidured;
. Crimson talmas, do do
Kich colored silk mantillas;
Printed jaconets, new styles and fast colors; ,
Kich eiuliroidered lace collars;
Kich do do do and sleeves;
Rich Maltese lace collars and sleeves;
Kich Honiton lace do do
Embroiilered cambric collars;
Kmbroidered cambric collars and sleeves;
Kmhroiilcred muslin collars and sleeves;
Rich silk bonnets, straw bonnets, Tuscan bonnets;
Misses' I road-brim Lutrhorn hats:
Misses' broad-brim Tuscan hats;
Conl tHsseU, all colors;
Ladies' silk hose;
Children's white cotton socks;
Indies' superior white cotton hose;
Holmes' improved whalebone skirts;
Improved rattan cuncs for skirts;
Whalebone hoops fur skirta;
ItrcuM 1ki for skirts;
China mowiuito netting;
1-adies' and gents' nus cloth handkerchiefs;
Rich tizured and plain silks, great variety;
And a variety of sundries too numerous to mention, all of
which will be offered at red uced prices.
N. B. Shortly expected, a variety of rich Thread Lace, from
2 to 5 inches broad. Also, a rich variety of Trimming Fringes.
WHARF LOTS AT AUCTION t
rilO IS hi WLO H I'LBMU AltTlUS, on
the New Ksplanade, on the 13lh of May, 1858, the leases
of ground lots for One Hundred Years, (the rate 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
materials, according to a plan to be seen at the office of Mr. K.
A. 8. Wood, Superintendent of Public Works.
The six lots extend iu line from the premises of Jlf essrs. James
Robinson & 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 the day of sale ; and in the material and style of their
rLuildingirto conform to the general plan laid down by the gov-
ci uuivu tcuivii ima i iw ui'jn;, uiiiiuruiuy in appearance, uie
convenience of the public, and safety from fire.
. The six lots am of the following dimensions, vis : 4 lots, each
60 feet frontage by 145 feet deep ; 2 lots, each 63 feet frontage
by 145 feet deep.
TO BE SOLD ALSO, on the same day, the leases of nine
ground lots for the same period, in rear of the marine lots, and
lying between the premises of James Robinson A Co. and Fort
street, the plans and drawings of which can be seen at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works, and at the offices of
Messrs. A. P. Everett and J. F. ColUirn, Auctioneers.
69-tf Miuister of the Interior.
HONOLULU RIFLES, ATTENTION !
THE MEMBERS of the corps are hereby noti
fied to meet at the Armory on M EDNESDAY EVENING
of each week, at half past 7 o'clock, for company drill.
The members of Squad No. 1 are also notified to appear
at the Armory of the corps on TUESDAY EV ENING 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. JON F.S, Orderly Sergeant. 8-tf
JUST RECEIVED EX "ANTILLA," frwt
French green peas, '
.French fruits in syrup,
Loaf sugar in cases.
Crushed loaf sugar in half barrels,
Black pepper in bags,
M'hite pepper in bags,
And a variety of European Produce.
73-tf For sale by SAVIDQE A MAY.
FOR SALE JUST RECEIVED PER AN
T1LLA,' from Bremen:
Blocks, fitted with patent sheaves, from 4 to 12 inches;
Heavy canvass duck;
Spunyarn and twine;
Sewed brogans, calf gaiters and pumps;
M'hite beans, yellow peas, split peas, pearl barley;
Tied hock, Assmann'ahauscr, of well known quality;
- Belgian window glass, of suierior quality, assorted sixes.
73-tf El. HOFFSCIILAEOER A ST A PEN HORST. -
100D8 BOUGHT AND OFFERED for sale at
U reduced prices :
Tumblers, assorted Lamps, China Boxes, .
Brooms, Rocking Chairs,
Curled Maple Chairs, Bedsteads,
Linen Carpeting, China Matting,
Soap, white and brown,
Ihunartk, Doors and M'indowa,
Market Baskets. Table Salt, Tea,
Furniture Varnish, Saddles,
- Platform and Counter Scales,
Charcoal Irons, &c.
For sale by
73-tf " H. PIMOND.
HOT AIR TUBULAR RANGES.
raiHESE RANGES are excellent bakers, and will do a
M. great amount of cooking with a little fuel.
For Bale by
73-tf n. DIM ON D.
E5f CAPTAINS Jgi
AND OFFICERS of Whaleshtps can procure at the
Bookstore, (fust Office building,) files of American and
English papers, from January last, giving a full summary of
the late news. 72-tfJ. H. M. WHITNEY.
M3 partly of the following articles, will be found at the
of O. RHODES, near the Post Office :
Champagne, of different brands:
Hocks, of superior quality ;
Sauternes, of superior quality;
Fine Sherries; fine Port;
Bitters, various brands;
. Cherry Cordials;
Clarets, of various brands an I qualities;
All tlie favorite brands of Ale, in pints and quarts;
. Brandy, Qin and Monongahela Whisky, in large or small
Absynwe; n js hud, sc, .
coffee: coffee xx coffee:::
BW". Fl ELD Agent for the sale of Coffee from Trr
comb's Plaktatio would inform the traders that h is
constantly receiving Coffee of the very best quality, from
Titcomb's Plantation at Hanalei, which be offers for Sale. 21 1
ANILA CORDAGE, small sises,
Marlin and Ratlin,
For sale by
61-tf CUAS. BREWER, So.
bTTNGLISII. French. German, and Chinese silks. Tbe most
a4 complete assonmeni ever ouereu. t vj
Jojyi,i K i ROBERT C. JANI0N.
r . . : . . ,
sHRV iD OATS, on hand, and
For sale by
A. P. EVERETT.
Half boxes Raisins,
JUJuDe nmvtjor saie oy
.-.---T T. M08S
MOBSMAN k SOX.
A FEW COPIES OF THE ABOVE POPfJH"
lar couection of Psalms and Hymns, for sale by
IL M. WHITNEY.
COPT-BOOKS, WITH AND WITHOUT
copies; Facer's pencils, (sack and red crayons, steel pens,
India rubber. French tissue paper, etc etc. JMIL,
6-tf ' . For safe by H. M. WHITNEY.
BBLS. OIL CASKS ON
(ia-e) J. A. BCRDICK.
yTYfit casks i eoo
i , W V band and fcr sale by
REGULAR PACKET FOR HILO.
TO SAIL OX MONDAY, NOV. 30.
TBX CLIPPER 8CHOONER -
One hundred and arty ion register, i .
A. G. THURSTON, Master, ' .
Will liereafter ran regulariy to HILO, touching at
KOHALA stBial LAUPAHOEHOE,
When in Honolulu, will be found regularly at J. Robinsoa
A Co.'s Wharf. -
For freight or passage inquire on board. - 88
Freight Wanted for New Bedford, Direct I
. On the well known ship
Apply to Captain I. E. William's, on board, or to
ra-tf D. C WATERMAN.-
FOR NEW BEDFORD.
The American Clipper Bark
II. Q. MORSE, Master,
Will have immediate dispatch for New Bedford, and will take
oil and bone on freight.
Shippers are assured that the very best care will be given to
the cargo. .
For terms of freight or passage in the cabin, apply to
71-tf B.W. FIELD.
PARTIES ORDERING MERCHANDISE
from the United States are respectfully informed that a
FIRST CLASS SHIP
Will leave Boston, REGULARLY, for this pit: je, In the month
of September or early in October, and in April or early in May.
For freight or passage, which will be taken on the lowest
terms, please apply to
CHAS. BREWER or JAMES nUNNEWELL,
Boston, Mass., U. S. A.,
Or CHAS. BREWER 2d,
Honolulu, 8. 1.
BOSTON, MASS. U. 6. A.
Orders sent to him from the Sandwich Islands will be pune
tually attended to, and merchandise forwarded in A 1 fast
sailing ships. 49-tf
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. 8.,
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March, May Juste,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers of the above months.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, appty to
HENRY A. PIERCM,
. Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf. Boston,
or to B. W. FIELD,
. Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field,
Sutton A Co.
Cook A Snow,
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
f tria TO ALL PARTS OF THE
yfprfj United Sin tea, South America.
4ipfi !A Caamdae and Eura-pe,
CONMitll.SO IN NEW YORK WITH THB AMERICAN-EC BOPBA1T BX
rBESS COMPANY TO BCKOPK.
GOLD DtTST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, iu charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express iB made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
JUT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
124 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco
A. P. Everett, ------- Honolulu
New York, - - - - - - 59 Broadway
Philadelphia, - - - - - 118 Chestnut Btreet
Boston, ------ 84 Washington street
Baltimore, - - - - 164 Baltimore street
New Orleans, - - 72 Camp street
London, ... 17 Comhlll, (Am. Europ. Exp. Co.)
Liverpool, - - 7 Rumford St., " " " "
Paris, , - 8 Place de la Bourse, " " M
Valparaiso, - ' - - - Cochrane street
Caldera, - . - - - - - Wheelwright A Co
Guayaquil, - - - Cox, Gutierrez A Co., Agents
Callao and Lima, - - - - II. Uigginson, Agent
Payta, (Peru,) - - -" A. Ru.ien A Co., Agents
Panama, - - - - Cova A Co., Agents
WELLS, FARGO & 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 parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo fe Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and. collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. . R. COABY b CO.. Agenta.
IRISH POTATOES !
Kairaihnc or Honolulu.
Wm MACY, of Eawaihae, nawait, is prepared
to furnish at his new wharves, the celebrated
Rawaihae Potatoes, at the lowest rates, or at Honolulu, through
Mr. J. U. Cole, Capt. Berrill, or schooner Mary, or Mr. U. C
CT Private families will do well to leave their orders with
either of the above parties. . 73-tf
II. C. GRAILL1I,
COOPER AND GAUGER.
THE OVERSICNED 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 moat,
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 paid. For colored cotton or linen rags, 2 cents
per pound. No rags will be purchased unless well cleaned and
merchantable. M'oolen rags not wanted. Persons residing on
the other Islands, can Bend rag bales to Honolulu by schoon
er, consigned to the subscriber, and care will be taken of their
packages. (65-78 . U. M. WHITNEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED having taken the well-known
stand formerly occupied by the late W. U. Stuart, will
carry on the 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.
CHAS W. FOX.
N. B. Wanted a good WOOD-TURNER.
Honolulu, Oct. 22, 1867. ' 69-3m
' CHOICE RAMS I
MR. EDW. SPARKE would Inform hia friends and
tbe public, that he has now for sale a few prime Fine
Volrd Rsmast, of large carcass, which will be necessary
to estaLsVih, in order to combine a carcass with a good yield of
tallow, in conjunction with a heavy fleece of good wooL
Waimca, Hawaii, Oct. 15. 69-81
PER JOHN GILPIN, direct from Boston
New raisins in naif boxes, new currants,
Codfish and mackerel, crushed and loaf sugar,
Sugar cured hams, corn starch, --
Assorted essences, lemon syrup, tomato catsup.
And other desirable articles, for sale bv
63-tf SAVUXJE & MAY.
Merchants' Exchange, Merchant atreet,
Wood's Black Horse Hotel. Fort Btreet,
Rear of Dimoad'a store. King street.
f "T , O
BEST ISLAND COFFEE, from C. Titcomb's
plantation, Hanalei, for Bale by
71 tf B. W. FIELD.
SAILORS HOME SHIPPING OFFICE On
account of the press of business at the Home, the under
signed has engaged Mr. G. W. Willfong to act for him in the
shipping of seamen, the undersigned being still responsible, as
Manager Sailors' Home.
Honolulu, Nov. 3, 18S7. . '
The undersigned begs leave to inform the Shipmasters and
Merchants of Honolulu that he is now acting as agent for the
tripping Offiee at tbe Sailors' Home, under the management of
Mr. Thrum, and requests of bis friends and the shipping In
terests generally a portion of their patronage, promising to use
bis most faithful endeavors to give anttsfactkm. Office at the
Sailors' Home. -Reft-rs
to A. J. Cartwright Esq. and Capt. Thos. Spencer.
Ti-3m - 0. W. WILLFONG.
. . ; . . .v .';' - ' HAUl - ' v- -.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT JUST RfCEIVED
, Fine Panama hats, Jtfedium Panama hats,
WbMa Cassimere bata, Brown and Pearl bate, .
" . Vrsalaby
4-ft . . ',v: .....I'.. . C A. tH.I, POO. -
BY JOHN F. COLBURN.
THURSDAY, DEC. IT, AT lO O'CLOCK,
. At Sales Room, will be sold, -
Pilot cloth panta, Leghorn bats, colored bata.
Preserved meats, clay pipes, assorted,
'i'. White lead. Genera, in qr csks, v i
... Cotton umbrellas, Turkey red prints,
' ' Mattresses, brooms, ram sbrub, black trousers,
York hams. Cheese, baking dishes,
Carlisle's reel cotton, llltmau's coliurd fotton,
' Cotton drill, green mosquito netting, -
Fancy prints, furniture, old Tom, Ac, Ac
ON SATURDAY, DEC. 19, AT IO A. M.
Per order of P. C. Ducorron, Assignee, will be sold
THE ENTIRE STOCK IN STORE
Of Williams & Jones, Kaahnmanu street.
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, DEC. S3.
At 7 o'clock, at Sales Room, will be sold. Sundries, for
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED And for sale by the under
Oyster crackers, soda crackers, butter crackers,
Wine crackers, water crackers, giugfer snaps,
Jenny Lind cakes, smoked herrings, refined lard.
Crushed sugar, dried apples, split peas, corn meal,
English dairy cheese, sugar cured bams,
Codfish, Carolina rice, white beans, California onions,
Cranberries, maccaroni, vermicelli,
Zante currants, citron peel, soft shell almonds.
Nutmegs, super Oolong tea, super green tea,
Indian corn, new bops, English walnuts,
liMlf bbls Haxall flour, 2-tb tins oysters, ,
1- th tins oysters, 1 and 2-lt tins lobsters,
2- ib tins clams, 1-lb tins assorted meats,
1- tb tins sausage, 1-tb tins game,
Half and qr boxes sardines, 1 and 2-tb tins green peas,
2- lb tins turnips, 1-tb tins green corn,
2-tb tins peaches, 2-lb tins qsinces,
2-tb tins pears, 2-ib tins damsons,
2-tb tins green gage, 2 B tins prunes,
2-ib tins apricots, 2-tb tins cranberry jam,
2-tb tins cranberry sauce, 2-tb tins currant jelly,
1-tb tins raspberry jam, 1-tb tins strawberry jam,
Assorted English jams, bloater paste,
American pickles, English pickles,
English mustard, cassia and auspice.
Cloves, ginger, cream tartar and soda,
Saleratus and black pepper, tomato ketchup,
Olive oil and lemon syrup, raspberry vinegar,
English pie fruits, caper and pepper sauce,
Chutnee and assorted sauces, India curry powder,
Assorted herbs, Cayenne pepper, caraway seed.
Yeast powdsr, French mustard, bottles candies,
Pembroke salt, Spanish olives, stearine candles,
1 Cider vinegar, corn starch, super chewing tobacco,
Anchovies and salt, pearl sago, tapioca,
.Afess pork, Masons blacking, pain-killer,
Dupont powder, Castile soap, fine cut tobacco,
Hags tjaliTomia flour, corn brooms, brown soap.
Constantly on hand,
Freest Grsaad Coffee.
69-tf T. MOBSMAN fc SON.
. C. WATERUIAI
HAS FOR SALE, AND TO ARRIVE
850 bbls prime pork,
350 bbls mess beef,
100 bbls Haxall flour.
75,000 lbs navy, medium and pilot bread, in casks, bbls and bxs;
v ater crackers anu jenny ianu cakes; Dutter, in casics;
Preserved meats, Boston cotton duck, Nos 2, 3, 4, 6, 6;
Smooth-bottom whale-boats, oars, boat anchors
Slop clothing, patent blankets.
100 coils assorted Manila conlage, Excelsior patent;
250 coils do do cordage, New Bedford uianufAc'y;
160 coils New Bedford towline.
White oak plank and boards from 1 to 6 Inch ;
Yellow pine beading, Cumberland coal In casks ;
China matting white, 6-4 wide ;
Tobacco Oronoko leaf, 201b boxes, lh plugs. Buf
falo chips and Turkish smoking tobacco, Man
ila cheroots, No. 2 ; Manila cigars, No. 2.
Family cooking stoves, California and Island oats
Jeffries' strong ale, in jugs; octaves IXnnis Maurice cognac
brandy ; sauterne wine, in casks;
brandy, in cajes ; Hollands gin. Port and Madeira
wines, cherry cordials and liquors, in cases.
Sperm Oil and Whale Oil. C6-tf
THE BALANCE OF CARGO. JUST LAND
ed from the American ship kFortuna," from Boston, U. 8.
A., is offered for sale at the Store of 13. V. Field, at the
lowest market rates, consisting of
Cases adamantine candles.
Bales brown drills,
Bales brown sheetings,
Wrapping paper, assorted.
Bales oakum. -
Boxes adamantine candles,
Boxes "Archer" tobacco,.
Baskets Irroy champagne,
Bbls navy bread,
Bxs salt water soap,
Wheelbarrows, Cane seat rocking chairs.
Oars, assorted sizes, Cane back rocking chairs.
Cane seat oak chairs. Wood seat settees,
Cane Beat walnut chairs,
Wood seat office chairs, with cushions.
And a large assortment of
Crockery and Earthenware.
Cases Yellow Metal, assorted sizes;
Kegs Composition Nail?, assorted sizes ;
71-tf Ship Chandlery, Naval Stores, &c.
D. K. FLITNER
HAS just received a new and splendid assortment of jewelry
and other things in his line, suitable for Christmas and
New Tear's holiday presents, consisting in part of
Diamond rings, pins and studs,
Seta of cameos, Florentine pins, bracelets, charms,
Lockets, locket rings, seal rings, seals.
Gold pens and pencils, silver pencils, gold thimbles,
Silver thimbles, sleeve buttons, patent sleeve fasteners,
Studs, vest buttons, gold watch chains, fob chains.
Guard ribbon, cigar holders, silver cups, fans,
Porte-monnaies, watch stands, card receivers.
Smelling bottles, shell combs, pocket knives, Ac, Ac
Also Nautical instruments,
. Chronometers on hand and for sale.
JZT In Mskeb's brick building, corner of Queen and
Kaahnmanu streets. . 71-tf
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE Ex "Jenny Ford'' and others,
60,000 scantling, 3x4, 10,000 scantling, 8x6,
30,000 scantling, 3x3, 7,000 scantling, 4x4,
4,000 scantling, 4x6, 7,000 scantling, 5x5,
1,000 scantling, 5x6, 14,000 scantling, "J,
28,000 scantling, 2x4, , 12,000 scantling, 2x0,
1,000 plank, 3x8 2,000 plank, 3x9,
20,000 plank, 3x10,
Pickets, . Shingles,
Windows, 7x9, - Windows, 8x10.
71-tf ' Masta aatd 8 para, all sizes
A NEW ARRIVAL.
A "WAITERS HAVING JUST ARRIVED
from San Francisco, takes this method if informing the
citizens and public in general of these Islands, that he baa
brought with him a splendid and most extensive assortment of
Jewelry consisting of
FINE GOLD WATCHES,
RICH DIAMOND WORK, .
JEWELRY, of all DscRipn:Ks, "
PLATED avd SILVER-WARE,
, : CLOCKS, of all kinds ; also,
INSTRUMENTS, &c &e.
All of which he will open in a few dnys, at the New Store of
Messrs. GKINBAUM, comer of Fort and Merchant streets, Ho
nolulu, and herewith invites tbe public to give him a call and
examine the above articles. ,
Honolulu, September 23, 1857. tf-65
ND FOR SALE Br THE
. SIGNKD: .
Superior Ladies while Hose,
" Gent's j"
Children's do .
" "do lace u '
" Ladies) Gaiters, various styles,
" Buskins, " , " ,
Linen Thread on spools,
ASSORTED PA !f TA LOOM SC, ENGLISH
X. Prints, table Covers, white flannel Bonnets, mohair Mitts,
For sale by
o2-tf ' . H. DIMOND.
RICE! RICE! RICE!
UPERIOR QUALITIES of Manila and' Japan
ltice, for sale low, in large oi small quantities, by
71-tf B. W. FIELD.
171 XT R A QUALITIES BLACK TEA
M-m - ror sale by
B. W. FIELD.
EAVT AND LIGHT RAVEN DUCK,
Cotton Canvas, assorted Nob. -
For sale by.
16-tf . CUAS. BRJ5WKR, 2d.
' - BRAN AND SHORTS
FOR SALE AT THE MILL.
EAU DE COLOGNE, in cham. bottles, do eight-corner
bottles, Lubin's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc. '
For sale by
PER R A D UG Am GLASS GLOBES, for fish, going
BED PANS, a new article, and great improvement.
- For sale by
SS-tf Q. P. JTJTP.
LADIES FRENCH KID SLIPPERS,
. For sale at
63-tf GEORGE CLARK'S, Hotel Street.
AVY BILLS WHALER'S BILLS takes at
the lowest ratea by
July L, 1-tf ROBERT C. J ANION. v
ARRET BASKETS AND WILLOW
top Carnages, For sale by -
WHITE WOOD BOARDS,
,.,. . For aato by ' j
61-tf CHAS. BBEWEB, So.
ALM OF THOUSAND FLOWERS
s - . . For sale by
. J. M. SMITH ft CO,
70-tf. Corner of Fort and Hotel
PLENDID CONFECTIONU1T For aato by
J. At. BjBAXU W- .
70-tf - ' " Corner of Fort and Hotel streetA.
BONNETS ! BONNETS ! ! X0NNCL3 ! ! !
LARGE aaaartnvBr redact prices at
GEO. CLAAK'S, aMrast,
OOOKINQ STOVX3 FOCI SALH DY
U wT-at-, - .-.WjJI. JJlKS ?
DV A. P. EVERETT.
Dutchsn? and Peckers. Attesttca !
" TDISDAr ! :
THURSDAY, DEC IT, AT IS O'CLOCK,
At Sales Boom, will be sold
lOO TONS SUPERIOR SALT,
From the Puloa Salt Works. Samples to be esea at Sales
Room. . ,
FRIDAY, DEC. 18, AT IO O'CLOCK,
At Sales Room, will be sold a large assortment of general
merchandise. ' ' .
ON SATURDAY EVENING, DEC. 10,
a .t B.W Biwun. will be sold balance of Bonds srfl
over from Saturday evening, the 12U Inst. -
NEW MUSIC, FURNITURE, tcv
General Sale. ,
ON TUESDAY, DEC. , AT IO O'CLOCK,
At Bales Room, largs sale of general merchandise.
Rare Chance for a Permanent Investment I
LARGE SALE OF
Valuable Real Estate!
ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, ISSt,
n .i iitu,. hth nMm nf Oia lata JOHN
ROKSON, will ba sold all the valuable property belonging to the
said Estate, consisting of ' .
The Stone Dwelling House
Now occupied by L. II. Anthon, Esq., on the comer of BereU
nia and Garden streets, berng 103 feet on Beretania street, 86 ft.
on the northerly side, 110 feet on land adjoining the Catholie
Mission, and b feet on Garden street. L'pon the preaslses is a
lanre two-story atone house, containing ciplit rooms, with all the
necessary outho-ise eos in March, 18&JL $7000. Subse
quently, water laid on from the government pipes. -
That valuable property now occupied by Mr. P. C. Ducorron, oa
the corner of Beretania Btreet ana biw ruuuuis "i-
Punch BowL eontalnlug 656 fathoms 2i feet, more or seas, upoa
which is a large '
One-story Wooden House,
Containtnz five rooms; also, a COTTAGE, containing two
rooms and outhouses. The buildings are nearly new, and all Ui
rood order, with a supply of good water upon me premises, auu
cost in April, 1853, $2200, since which extensive outlays have
That propertv situated on the corner of Hotel and. Alakea street,
opposite the Government Office, and now occupied by Mrs. ml
Uain Paty, upon which is a
One-storr Wooden House, .
Containing eight rooms and the necessary outhouses eoat In
iwmher. 185X S5400. Subsequently, supplied with water
from the government pipes.
That valuable property situated on the Nuuanu Road, opposite
the residence of E. O. Hall, Esq., and containing 1 46-100 acres,
and now occupied by Joseph Jackson, Esq., being the most de
ligbtful location in the valley, with a convenient
Containing Biz rooms and all the requisite outbuilding. The
buildings are au nearly new anu in guou wu( -uu -"- -"--t
Sals posmva, and will commence with the property now oc
cupied by Mr. Ducorron, at IO a'clack, A. M. Titles feo
simple and unincumbered.
For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at bis office,
and for inspection, to the occupants of the several premises.
Honolulu. November 23, 1857.
FFER TIIS FOLLOWING GOODS
THE UOWE3T JUAK&KT rKlVM. t
Sugar -cured bams.
English pie fruits,
" pickles, 1
French fruits In syrup,
" apricots in syrup,
M peaches In syrup,
" cherries in syrup,
u prunes in syrup,
a pear in syiup,
' prunes in glass jars,
" green peas,
Sardines, quarter and half Una,
Italian paste, ,
Zante currants, in can
14 and 20 lbs each
Butter cracker, -
Scotch biscuits, ,
Fancy machine biscuit,
Sugar biscuits, '
Carolina rice, Patnarlee,
Scotch Oatmeal, In 14 lb. Una,
Mackerel, No. 1,
Kegs anchovies. In salt.
Anchovies in oil,
English dairy cheese,
" Baltimore oysters,
u assorted soups,
w assorted herbs,
" ground pepper,
" ground ginger,
Ootone- Tea. In 20 lb bo:
very superior article i
Fine Green Tea, in 1 lb catties
Fresh roasted Coffee,
Bread! Bread! Bread!
SIXTEEN LOAVES FOR ONE DOLLAR t
THE undersigned begs leave to inform bis friends and the
public generally that on Monday Nov. 2d, he will ba pre
pared to supply all who may favor him with tbefr jnetronape
with the best bread. Sixteen Lbmbtm far Dollar 1
07 Nuuanu Btreet, opposite Fox's Bakery. X3)
70-3m ROBERT LOVE.
INTERPRETER AND TRANSLATOR.
ENGLISH RENDERED INTO HAWAII
AN, or Hawaiian into English, by ths undersigned.
Office. J. F. B. Marshall's over IL w. near store. Atours
from 8 A. M. to 1 P. M-, and from 2 to 4 P. M.
Also, copying, either in ths Hawaiian or English language,
done with neatness and dispatch. .....,
70-tf a. a. vbastsi.
ADVERTISEMENTS, NOTICE, Ac.,
TRANSLATED INTO HAWAUAU-Offlea
J. F. B. Marshall's. . ' : v.
70tf A. a- vusa.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
ONE SET OF RUSSIAN CHARTS of the North
70-tf u. a. a u. f. raw.
U. 8. 8hif St. Mabv'b. 1 .
Hobolcld, Oct. IS, 1867. )
IHERERY GIVE NOTICE that I shall not hol.t
mvself resoonsiMe for the DBvmenl of debts Incurred by tha'
crew of this ship without authority.
08-tf ' . Commaader. -
CONSULAR NOTICE, v
Kotal HAKovKaiaa Cosset TW, I
. City of Honolulu, July , 1867.
THIS IS TO GIVE PUBLIC NOTICI3 r-l
durins; my absence from these Islands, my aartnar, Mr.
Theod. C. Ueuck, is duly authorised to act in my beaaj a
Consul for the Kingdom of Hanover.
J1Z.KM. VOW 11W1.I, -
67-tf Royal Hanoveriaa ConsuL
I HAVE APPOINTED MR. GODFR.Br
RHODES aa A rent for tha transaction of my basiaess.-
He will receive orders and make arrangements for Cm baking
of flour. He is also duly authorised to reoeve moneys due me,
and to give receipts the Cor. ,
ttampie of iilscults, stc can oe seen at am oiew.
oiWtaa , 4. E. BONO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF I. O. OF O. F.
and MASONIC REGALIA, constantly ea hand, each as
Royal An, M. M.a, P. G.'a,
Encampnient, ste Jto., keu
Military goods of all kinds can furnished to order.
62-tf Apply to a A. k H. W. POOR.
TIER FANNY M A JOIl Caees tomato fesschap,
JL Cases cream tartar, am aaisratat,
Cases ginger, caana qjea la Una, Ac- Ac
C-A- ikH. F. FO03L
WEBSTER'S SPELLING 150028
OR SALE BY . . - - - -
ca-tf B. m. xrzxrzxr.
AT4ENERAL ASSORTMENT OF EUCS
ajf ' . For sais by
J. M. I
SMim k ca.
Corner of Fort and Betel streets.
NE HORSE CART,
T ITHOGRAPniC PUET eowpteBe,
Ja-a I jr aue ey
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BURTON ALE, ta horda, for a Kv
UorjotumJidy L,lo-tf kOLTa JAETCS.
?1T ANIL A A2TD KrjP COZX.DA
mm. j " ai
AVAI. far sale by
At the loweat aaah price.
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