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severclj attacks Henry Owner, American Consul
nn;.. . number of the passengers hence per Fan-
. V Major, were detained in San Francisco cn ae-
count of the steamer foftbe East being crowded.
By reference to our commercial columns, it will be
f een that, as ha-1 been expected, the prices of sugar
' snd flour in San Francwco had materially declined,
nd without any immediate prospect of a speedy rise.
The arrival of II- M. Whitney, Esq., the publisher
tf the Commercial, had been flatteringly noticed by
e different journals, and the editorial courtesies for
which the craft of California are famous, had been
extended to him.
The gold mines in the British possessions, near
Oregon, as well as in that territory itself, are at
tracting much attention in California, and large
numbers f miners are leaving for the new digging.
From an extra of the Portland Standard of the
19th of April, we extract the following in relation to
the new mining regions :
The mining region extends from the Ticinity of Fort
Culville, in Washington Territory, north-westerly to
the vicinity of Fort Thompson and Shuswap Lake, in
the British Possessions, in latitude 43 to 50 north,
and in longitude ranging from 117 to 121a west.
Gold has been found in considerable quantities on the
tirgeille river and its tributaries, and on the
: ' Auagan river and lake and the streams which are
. abutary, and on Thompson river and the Shuswap
4 ike. The richest diggings yet found are on or near
. j .e Shuswap Lake, in Lititade 50 north and loogi--
lde ll'J9 west. The character of the gold on the
'end'Oreille is scale or float gold and fine dust, about
.7 or 13 carats fine. That in Shuswap is coarser,
tnd is valued at from $18 to $13 50 per ounce. Most
if that-which has yet been taken out has been from
Tface digzings, although during the winter miners
! J the Pen.I'Oreille have dug to the bed rock and
j in very .uccessfuL Two gentlemen, named Sulli-
"and Wiley, took out, from near the bed rock, in
J .t five diys, upwards of three t boa sin 1 dollars ia
jet. They worked with the eoinmon rocker. About
tie hundrel persons have spent the past winter in
liee mines. The number of men on Thompson river
1 1 near the Shuswup Lake we hive no means of
j towing. The Indians, however, h ive taken out and
!1 to traders of the Hudson liiy Company and
rs a l irge amount of duit, and the most urid's
1 d evidences exist of the richness of the mines in
." ; . vicinity. Parties who have been there say that
- ' diggings are found on the Lake Okanagan and
Viet, as wel! as on the tributaries to that lake,
hent is now known to ertablLib the belief that
' jstrkjus, healthj and pen-evcring miners can make
ol wajes in these mines even with the nost com-
tun appliances u-d in extracting the gold.
1 aUeff stairs.
Cosoressiosal Proceedings. The proceedings in
Congr"v are highly inleresainy. The army is to be
iucreuw-d by two raiments. Mattion is no more to
be trouMed by a LesJaMve Investigating Committee,
the Hne having dr;!in-d to harrass him further,
and fvs chancfer, w!:cb was ronghly handled by
several members, is now twppcst-d by m iny to be
wli'Tewnshe-I. The Lfcornptuit Constitution f!wd
the Senate on th-'jZi t-f M.irch, and on the 1st of
April it ws rf jTtl by the ILins?, at4 Cnrteu.Jtn s
auendmeit adopted. Next d iy the &nre refused o
concur w'.th the II. him. and thus the irSrctunds.
The buines tropects of the country art, gent.
alTy eheerfuL The wharves of our own city have
within a few we-ks resumed something of their
wonted basrle and activity, and the resonance of the
xe, the hammer, and the cooper's driver, awaken
new life in I energies among alL In New England
an I other msnuficturing regions, the mill., with few
"exception, have resumed operations. In the princi
pal m-xrrs of trade business has been somewhat e
Urtel. .1. J3. .Mercury.
The Collins Lik. The WashinjrtiSJrrespond
ent of the Baltimore Sun says :
" I nnd(rstand that the government does not eon
si ler that the Collins line, though suspended, is to
lie d;ntioued. After the adjustment of some pend
ing difficulties the line will resume their trips."
Tub Relioiocs Revival I see no apparent de
cline in the religious excitement tht has prevailed
fr some time, not only in this city, but throughout
the United States. Daily prayer meetings continue
to be held in different parts of the metropolis, and
- . i i :.v u : n.
Iney are always ianHi':cu wim puibii ijtti 3. aiic
most notable place of meeting is Burton's old theater,
which is .overcrowded day by day. Henry Ward
Beecher has preached here on several occasions, and
drawn such audiences that thousands have been com
pelled to go away. "Awful" Girdiner, the late
rowdy and highway ruman who, according to his
own statement, formerly trained for the ring, but
is now training men for the service of God" preaches
every Sabbath at an np-town meeting-house. The
fincy" sometimes go to hear his tvrinons. and
marvel greatly at the change. Hie next noted con
vert on the list was Forrest, the actor. He, too, has
forsaken the pomps and Tanities of this wicked
world, and hereafter, instead of acting the part of
snch devils as "Macbeth" or "Othello," he will
take his role from holy writ. There has been a
rumor in town for some time p v-t that Horace Greeley
is among those who have abandoned the error of their
wys. Bat I very much doubt it. Horace is too
much wedded to isms ever to forsake them. A
Baptist paper (the Examiner,) published in this
city, claims the following number of conversions for
the week ending Saturday last: Maoe, 411; New
Hampshire, 82; Vermont, 801 ; Massachusetts, 2,574;
RVvle Island, 337; Connecticut, 795: New York,
2.3: Pennsylvania. 1,746; New Jersey, 608;
Delaware. 40; District of Columbia, 21: Maryland,
9; Ohio. 1,148; Ind'uma. 737; Illinois. 1,146; Michi
604; Wisconsin, 46-; Iowa, 278; Minnesota,
388; vlnjis-nppi. 424; Kentucky. 4V8; Tennessee,
"H;Jj2fni, 2.5: other States, 177; British Pro-i&fz87-J
Y Cor. S. F. Bulletin.
The late attempt at the life of Louis Napoleon by
cans of hanil-grenndes which resulted in his fortu
'te ecipe, the death of fifty two others and the
- iff an many more, has proved the source of
, .itons interest in Earope. The French Govern-
.t through the columns of the .Monileur, pu'dudi
. . expression cf the feeling or the army. An inser-
n wvj given to letters breathing bitter hatred
nst Ecglan'l; this was injudicious ana was
I a kind of indirect pressure upon nglanL
It waVIwed up by a most intemperate, insolent.
overbeanujn 1 aufhorafive dewpntch from Count
WiiVwki, at aS'wlvthe whole f England rose up
:" indignation. TnWrnrrient was cilled upon to
revent such attempts
aain, anl even askea ror ttrir jvu or anasyinm to
're',rn refuzees. A storm ot iiid:giJVtPw'1 aroused
nd. as it was .-een that some al.eraf it rvour laws
w: nece!iry, the Govern nDt of LorC"i"5jn
bmu-xht Prwtrd a ire t;,r thepurpf t" -a
Srt read in it was vctel by a mirtrity O.Mj1 ut
mark wh it follows :
to C)-int Wji'etrjikj's desTwtich wa verbal.
which Mr. M'luer Gibson motes that it ought to bav
been in writing, and on division. UoTerume'it was
de'eat-d by a majority of I'. This !eing tantamount
to a veto of censure, Lirl Pltoertcn and his cu"e
42'iesdeci leil upon resigning, wIikU tbey accotdin-rly
di I. and Lord Derby w sent fjr to form a new
Administration, eomnosed as follows :
Fi-st lr I rf the Treasury. Earl of Derby; Lord
CharKllr. Si- F. Th?er; President of the Council,
"-rrii9 of Sali-btiry; Clianoellor of the Fxchequer,
Mr. DiraelJ; Foreign Secretary, Lord Malinsbury;
flimie Secretary, Mr. Wa'pole; War IVpartment,
"Vneral Peel: Firt Lnrl of the Admiralty, Sir John
kington; President of the Banl of Trale, Mr.
nley; Presi.lent of the Boanl of Control, Earl of
xnienhorourh; Lord Privy Seal. Farl of Hurdwicke;
Bca-d of Works. Lonl John Mtoners; President of
the Poor Law Board, Mr. f "Court Sotheron; Master
of the Horse, DuVeof Beaufort; Judge Advocate, Mr.
Egerton; Under Secretary for War, Viscount Har-
uee; Colonial Secretary. Lonl Sunloy; tt.'Ier
wtarr at the Foreign Office, Mr. Seymour Fitx-
fwald; Under Secretary of the Home Department,
Mr. flardy; LoHs of the Treasury, Colonel Taylor
ad Mr. Whit more; Secrrtari of the Treasury, Mr.
O. A. Hamilton. Sir W. Jolliffe, and Right Hon.
Henry Correy; Attorney General, Sir Fitzroy Kelly;
Solicitor Genera!. Mr." Cairns; Lord Lieutenant of
Jreland, Lord FJington; Secretary for Ireland, Lord
The Tines Vienna correspondent says that St.
Petersburgh adricea put it beyor.d doubt that the
Chinese have commenced hostilities against the
Jiussians. The Russian Admiral is understood to
Have reported in a dispatch that the advance posts
ward the mouth of the A moor, had been attacked
7 the Chinese so sullenly and with such force that
J Russians had to retreat 30 leagues no the river.
-hinese thereupon destroyed the Russian settle-
IxduNt-The news from India is dated at Bombay
on the 2V Feb. The steamship Ava. with the Cal
cutta maii vas wrecked near Trincomalee on the 16th
Feb., whenyhe cargo, the greater portion of the
mails, and abOU 225,000 in tretsure for the Bom
hay governtnenA were lost, but the passengers were
aved. The BrtAh troops under Sir Colin Campbell
had commenced V campaign in Oude, and a divis-
of the army hi Ventered the territory. The king
f Delhi had beeii found guilty and sentenced to
nihment to the A damans. Generally speaking,
-.adia was quiet, til ven thousand troops were to
b stationed in the PA
v, J" J" CYi, ta. The news from China
2 - P"tia w quii interesting. The Emperor
nng refused to negotiate with the English and
jr" rfd expedition was soon to depart for
interior af China. t
Gcaso DisajvEarxs. Some time ago, we published
an account of a company in this city which had
chartered & vessel to proceed to certain islands in the
Pacific ocean, lying a few days sail to the south and
west of the Sandwich Islands, in search of guano.
The islands have been found and the extent of the
guano is ascertained to be enormouw. Annexed is an
extract from a letter on the subject, just received
here from the captain of the ecliooner, who had gone
to prospect the islands, and who has brought samples
of the guano. He is now at Port Orford, taking in a
cargo of lumber for this port, and when he returns
to ban Francisco, further information will be received
iroui him as to the guano discoveries. He says :
Os Bobd or the "Palestine," '
ort Orford, April 15, 1858 '.) o'clock, P. M. 5
Dear Sni : We have just arrived here for a cargo
of lumber, and as the steamer from Portland is hour
ly expected to call in for the mail, I have only time
to inform yon that we have found guano on the
islands we visited. We only, however, examined
one place particularly. The quantity is not less than
one and a half millions tons. As for the quality,
that must be determined by a chemical analysis; and
I have reason to believe that it is equally as good as
that found upon Jarvis Island, which is worth in
Aew York, forty or fifty dullors per ton.
We clip the above from a San Francisco paper.
It will be remembered that the schooner Palestine,
cleared from this port in the latter part of February,
for " Islands in the Pacific," the true destination
being kept secret at the time. It wta the intention
of the captain to have touched here on his return, to
report hia discoveries, and procure a freight for San
Francisco; but finding his most sanguine anticipa
tions more than realized in the extent and value of
the guano islands, he probably deemed it prudent to
return as speedily as possible, and so trteered a
straight track for the coast.
FOR THE FALL. SEASOX !
B. W. FIELD
llTOl'LD MAKE KNOWN TO THE MER-
V chant, Trail'TS an.l Flantt-rs "f the II;vaiiaa Islmxli.
uuu ne win pwirf, oy me American cupper Dark
That left BOSTON FOR nONOLfLr, February 23d, and ex-
pecu-d to arrive here abru J due 25. b,
A Large Assortment of Merchandise I
Adapted to the Tr le of these Islands.
SALES TO ARRIVE WILL BE MADE.
FOR SAI,n TO A II RIVE I
PER BARK MELITA," FROM BOSTON, I
T Arrive abssl Jane 2 1 ai
CLUD1XC MERCHANDISE FROM EXQ-
LANU Q uia th:t ate p-Biuv-ly
ST SCARCE IN THIS MARKET ! JT
And amuef oliich th n:u ri snni knows evry Country Store
wants The iLi maxim will J'H l? continu !, in r-ifnr.'cu t-
me at them mt AirMr v, "U : Sinill pr-.!il qnick
returns!" llOO-tl I J J11 XUJ.VAS WArtlUlUlSt-
IIOSK VI i'n i far 'I TTT TO
T.arcTrSSttcaTliri? on the un- ATjZ
derts?ned, convince thetnH:Ives that jji frvl
C; rover & Baker's Family Machines
are tn he prtfem-d to every ohT, f.ir six gnod resus.
100-tf O. F. Jl'Ul, Apnrt in the Haw. I.'lauds.
NEW BOOKS AXD STATIOXCRY !
SI RECEIVED PER " FANNY MAJOR,"
M FOR S
Kci atul Bine Peucils,
Reft ren-e Files, -Boxes
IciTiilN Carmine Ink,
lianbm's Fum Instructor,
Lovechild's Javeuile Lihrnry 12 volumes,
Silvr Lake Slork-s 6 volumes.
Uncle O-onrv's Sturies 12 volumes,
R'll. B jok's Stnrif 12 volumes,
Little F.-Us Lil.rary 12 Vijumt-s,
Y nine America Juvenile Litirarj 12 volumes,
Milton's Poetical Works,
K otts Fottic-il Works,
Collins', Gray's and OokUraith's Poetical Works,
1 Vatentine's Poems,
1 Bulwer. x
1 Pictorial Family Encvelopiedia, ,
1 Universal Lilrary of Literature,
1 Mirror of the World,
1 Itoryl's Humorous Poems,
1 Vol wire anl Time,
1 set of Spojveon's Sermons,
I Georiria Scenes,
1 Last lluirirvrmucgers,
1 Ernest Mao,
1 Testimony of Rnrts,
1 Impressions of Copland,
1 Smith's Iicti mary of Arts,
1 Works of Chestorflrfd,
1 Portraits of my Married Friouds,
1 Leslie's Conk Book,
1 IlaW's Cook Bk,
1 V nans' L di-' OnVrtng',
1 Thoughts and Thins,
1 Voo Have Heard of Them,
1 Chittenden's Book-keeping-,
And about 250 volumes of the Latest Novels.
jiMt CottaK", with outbuil linps complete, near the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Apply to
J. T. WATElinOUSE.
remlses lu town, formerly occupied by A. P. Krerttt,
mmCm Eiq., afterwards by the late I'. S. Commissioner, Hon. D.
L- Uremr. It has been put in thorough repair, a'il has wai
ter laid on. Terms mudorate. Apply to
100-tf J. T. WATEBHOCSE.
A SMALL STORE OR RESIDENCE, BE
2. tween the Sailors' Home and the Bdrlter'shoit. Apply to
100-tf J- T. W ATKRHOL cK.
milE COTTAGE AND PREMISES 1 LA
HAINA. recently occupie-1 by Ur. White. Th building
is 22 by 30 feet, wi'.h verandahs in front and r-ar, and pantry.
Sv-rrants' hoae, cook biiuw, bath house, and other outluildms.
On thi pr'-mises are acTeral very superi')r rrJie vines in full
bearin?. Apply to J. T- W AT KRH.il MS, Honolulu,
luO-tf OrU 11. liCK.lU., LJttiains.
R003IH TO LET.
OVER BR. Jinn's OFFICE. TWO
ConTenwr.t room, bin! the liw at rv;nt ocenpi'-d
byK-K -pki. Terms nwnlrrate. lOO-tf U. P. JL UD.
- IOR SALE OR TO LET,
TW str.t. T--rm liieraJ. Ai i-'tio
C. W. IJiCtT, Fort street, Honolnla.
COTTAGE TO LET,
lOO-it W. R. SEAL.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
a Vintf und-r the name ami sty leof KI'WAKUS Ac WAIr
Ti'V, Is llljy dhsolvi-l, h-viin expired bv imi:ati-m. Tb
aiTJn of thNjldnn will liqui lau.il by A. 8. r.DWARl'S,
who witl cntUiri' Wltvlriutlr Linsr listaiavrsn.
sit lO'i Prs)MsilC"r omler the name and tvW ,if A. S.
EDWARfcS tu7 Zi A. S Kl) WART'S,
The nndersizne-l rosptfulIy call yourV.ntion ' their full
ml vane. I stck of V irw and nieju 7 JrKWh -lT
been rei-letiished by recent arrivals from It?- - tlie East
ern Stat-s, and which will he aff.rded at lowesilBrket pricea.
&in rranciM. Anril 3U. lioi.
10. A. 9. EWARISwCO.
THE CXDERSIGXED BEGS LEAVE TO
evnress Co the Kmrine awl Hook and Ladder Companies
of Hooolalu, his heartfelt irratitude tr thrir u-iMe ami diainter-
eted tahnri in savin Ins dwrlline irora the came on tne vtn
instant. But for tbeir prompt aud efflcieot eff rti, his hoosd
woald. in a short time, have been a pile of srookinp ruins, and
lit. rVmiir homeless.
lie Is the more deeply indebted from Jie fact that the fire oc
curred during his alieence from home, ana that ne was ooc
ware of it until the darijfer was entirely asc
lie would also return his thanks to the kind friends and
neighbors who assisted in p-movuifr the furniture during the
prurreas of the fire, and r-mained after it was over, to replace;
and arrange it. iiuu-iij i. dahildh.
ADDRESS WILL BE
j before the Phili-mathian Siety of Oahu College, hy the
late President, W. H. G CLICK. Subject Enthusiasm an
Element of Success." After the address there will be short
discussion on toe question" Should the nse of Tobacco be
made a subject of Discipline in the Hawaiian Churches V
The exercise! will be held in the College Hall, on TUESDAY
E"YENIS0. the 1st of Jane, at half-past 7 o'clock.
The friends of the Soci-ty and the public are respectfully in
sited to attend. Per order of the Sock-ty.
100-lr D. B. LTMAN, Jr., Sec'y.
SAVIDGE BEGS TO IXFORM HIS
friends, as a mutual protection, be will not deliver any
goods to Chinese or Native servants, unless they either bring
the money, a written order, or passage book. May 24. 100-tf
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS
JUST RECEIVED PER FAXXT MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small Invoice
of Davk-s k Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar siirts . They are selected so that we can fit almost
any sue, and afford to sell them 20 per cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
100-tf - TaiVI, cor. King k Fort SL
A. P. EVERETT.
liaea. BokrriC a
kM. Honierv. '
.o4 Merchant to
. Thb Gcano Tbade. Commodore Mervine mast feel
but little flattered by the following letter, subscribed
by some of the most experienced shipmasters of New
Bedford. When he further reflects that by his super
ficial examination and unfounded report he has re
tarded the progress of a great enterprise, and affected
two or three years' crops in our country, such reflec
tion cannot be without some twangs of remorse :
New Bedford, Mass., Feb. 1858.
To the Hon. Secretary of the Navy, Washington,
B. C Sir : The undersigned American shipmas
ters beg leave most respect rully to state that they have
cruised in the Ticinity of Jarvis and Baker's Islands,
between 140 west and 180 east, near the equator;
that said regions being embraced within the easterly
trades are seldom if ever visited with gales ; that
in our opinion voyages may be made to and from
Jarvis and Baker's Islands with as much safety as in
any other sea; that most of the undersigned have
lauded on one or both of said idlands more particn
. -.' ......v-j p...
ijr, uuncver, un Dixer s, inal oemg tne f osi umce
depot for our whaline fleet: that the idea of difficulty
in landing npon said islands, or in taking anything
therefrom, has never entered our minds.
That the report of Commodore Wm. Mervine, rep
resenting these islands as unsafe places to land upon,
and Commander Chas. H. Davis confirmatory letter,
published in Honolulu, stating that Commodore Mer
vice's conclusions are approved, are in direct conflict
with our experience and recommendations.
We deem it a duty which we owe to ourselves and
to the interests of commerce, to state that we should
not anticipate half the difficulty in obtaining a cargo
of guano from either one of those islands that we have
often experienced in taking an old and ugly whale.
William H. Hard wick, John Honeywell,
Obed 8. Carr, Francis Alleu,
K. II. Chisholm. Jatx-x W. Manchester.
Jabes 8. Hathaway,
Avery F. Parker,
Al len U. Ellis,
George E. Netcher.
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etc.. Exterminator ; Costar's Bed Bug Exterminator ; Costar's
Electric Powder, for Ants, Insects, etc See advertisement in
this day's paper.
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ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AND FOR
Shawls, seal rinsrs. l:iee, leathi-r, books, boots an;l sh'jes,
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Tik1.-. m.ichlnTy. gun anil pistoU. jw"lry, winK,
Cigars, Bne t-c-ri -s, silver wore, bard ware, s- e ls, etc.
Oootls forwarJed by Exi res or ty Siiip. as may he desired.
commisios rtr PKB CKXT.
All orders idrxild be acomp;nil by remittances.
CT Refers t-j R. COAUV & CO., HonUulu. 100-tf
DE..1T1I TO ALL VE
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Put np in 3e.. SSe.. (Uc. and tl Boxes.
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w Emloi t hjf the m-nmiinntim rmc of the Prem ttnd
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Term., C.h par funds In New York.
No Oonrt. solil on romintMion.
Comsr's H"lleil V wiih fo:i partic
ulars, fornUbed on appiicalion.
To Vrapguts and Pealers
In plares where lbs .'jf mf pifo . b not yet been
itktmifri. ."tr." miikes the Sprri 'l Pin-o.ition :
1 On orders for a Sinn Imnt (for a Cr.t trial) tht
bem:f of Crrm Ptir W" tijiim.
2 On all order, fra f 10 worm ud over, a ditrounl ef
Xrm fr rrnt frrmi Qrnm frwt 1
7(rnd for "Cosuur's" Private Circular, loDrvggim
To the People.
If nw 7tv ffHt nr ttt1r in ynnr filarwj 1rfT Bnpply
f tb Eztrrainatom. Sample ltx of th hat. hootch,
Ac. ExUmn"tr Will i.t lo vott hy mail, pr-ftald,
oo receipt of 1, or a Kampln Box of the E'1 ir I'ihtAt
for 90e. the W huff Fx,r nft'r btrtE a lmiiil cannot
h pent throne b the ull: tint inraa a '-r It in rqnired.
Ilia IJmttric J'vttder will ! fniind AO cQrctual aobaiituie.
ToproeH the Public a?nlnt Fptritm and ITwWy
femiciowm Jmttttfinma Xrw I.abfl b ren prepared,
boarliif a ia mmtU of tLe rr-pnrU)r' signature:
fV.M Wbo1vil and P'taU "COSTAR'S''
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Krw ark. una hy repituthlr Ji-vyn-t and Jjtair.n
U.rrmrLont ih- CiiVed Mans, Uie C.nsq.., Jteaico, Wsat
liidies and rsuUi Amm.
old also, by
S. P. FORP, M. T.,
a, I. JL in. m. r..
Honolulu, S. I.
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San Franrico, Cnl.
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MAXCFACTI'RE STEAM EXGIXES,
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Amalgamator, etc., etc.,
ricclucocl 3?rioo !
Have now the larrest and best asawtmcnt of erarand machinery
patterns in tl.e State, a list of wliich will In? forwarded to any
one desiring it, froe of cost. PETER DONAHUE.
JaSIICROFT'S PATENT STEAM GUAGES.
A full as rtuierit of these ui-rior Steam O oh (res received r
" Sonor," and for sale at the L aion Iron Woras. 100-3m
HAVING THE IXTE.NTIOX TO LEAVE
ttiere Islawls, I have sold my business of taking Amlro-
types, etc.. to Mr. Froebe, and thank the public f r the jwaron-
ue I have bad. U. STANGEN WALD.
.Honolulu, May 1, !Sj3.
HONOLULU AMBROTYPE AND DAGUER
I TAKE THE LIBERTY TO IXFORM Mr
fri xi u. and the pub'ic in general, that I have bought from
Mr. Stang?nwaM tlie bnsiuess of taking Ambrotypes, Photo
graphs and Dagurrityies. and ho;ie that the public will give
me the same pommage Mr.Sungenwald has enjoyeil. I prom
ise the strictest attention. 9t-tf TH. S. FROEbE.
ALHAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
TJJXITCANIT STREET, ABOVE THE COR
Jl nor of Hotel street, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands.
XT Lonch at all hours Meals 25 cents.
90-tf R. V. 8PEIDEN, Proprietor.
CJUPERIOR FIRE AXD THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Denio A Roberts, 0-iston. For sale
5-tf A. P. EVERETT.
OLD JAMAICA RUM !
A XD CIIAMPAGXE ! Assorted brands for rtleat
XA Store of
B. W. FIELD.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
IX 1UARTERBBL TINS For sale by
94-tf B. W. FIELD.
SAT .MONT IS A I .MOV f
WVST RECEIVED FROM SAN FRAX-
Cisco, and fur sale by 34-tf
B. W. FIELD.
NO. 2 CHEROOTS
ttwr sale: Br
j. m. sMrrn k co.
EIGHT DOLLARS A CORD!
THE UXDEaSIGXED ARE COXSTAXT
ly In receipt of good KOA FIREWOOD. For sale at the
above price. 97-tfJ C. A. k H. F. POOR.
ftO LB. SACKS,
A. P. ETKRXTT.
IV E W GOODS!
TO ARRIVE BY THE MELITA."
E. 0. Hall offers for Sale :
Clk a l 11
1 DRY GOODS, fce.
'Pinches, fine ribbons;
.H. .m. OUCCs tUH., UUIIl KACBi
Axe haichets. shimtliuc do; iLadies'. infants', children's.
C. 8. shovels, tpades, hoes; I boys' and misses' assorted
Rakes, manure (rks, bog hoes;! hats;
Three-tined hay-forks; 'Brown and white table damask
Tea kettles, sauce pans; Assorted table napkins;
Baled kettles, iron pots; Assorted fruit napkins;
Nests tin trunks and pails; IW bite flannel, crash;
Pins, plated forks, with ivory Linen toweling, hackabnek;
handled knives to match; Spat lace, black fringe;
Bewinfr birds, drawing peocils; black bombasine;
India rubber hair pins; Satin ribbons, elastic do;
Fishhooks, peart buttons; lirowu ami black tafeta ribbons;
, renoratoa ooaru, ouifjry uunps; eivei nooons. uiacc crape;
I Assortea planes, aog coiurg; .serpentine Drain, tapes
Putty knives, peg cutters, )Muair mita, Italian silk
Assnrtea tea trays; ijsmoroiiierea collars;
Whips and whip lashes; Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding gloves;
Whitewash, flour, dust, paint Blue worsted, wire ribbon;
and shoe brushes; Hickory shirts, denim;
Sail twine, box graters; H and 2 bushel bags;
Ruled foolscap and bill paper; H-avy ticking, brown -drills;
Augur bits, chopping knives; Ilrown cottons, wicking;
T-binges, log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping cord;
Dog chains, cow and sheep bells; Blue and whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, brass and Tidy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; lux wenoing, silk mabaelhu,
Bench and hand screws;
Brad awls, padlocks;
Jitc., etc.. etc
Ioor and chest locks, assorted;
Qimp tacks, rivets:
Pierce's Carolina rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screws; Nutmegs, curry powder;
Slate pencils, steelyards;
Assorted candy ;
Board measures, rules, rifles;
Swede's iron, round iron;
Crowbars, pickaxes, hammers
Shears and scissors;
100 kegs nails, saws;
Eagle plows. No. 2;
Kagle plows, No. 20;
Horse plows, side hill plows;
Harrows, hayrakes, cradles;
Ox bows ami yokes;
Cattle leaders and bull rings;
Guarded lanterns, lauips;
Solar lamis and extra globes:
Oyster and milk crackers;
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
Do buskins and slippers;
lk cair an. thick sole:
Do India ruhbcrs,childs do
uo goat hontees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
Do goat slippers;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do Calf do do do;
Do calf do thin sole;
8 lar chimneys, hanging lamps;,
Plated castors and extra bottles;
Misses' and child's ass'd boots.
Tuns, pails, buckets trunks;
snoes anu duskius.
C. 8. and W. 8. rocking chain";;
l . B. chairs, looking glasses;
Single and double high-rvwt
MISCEL.A RT I C L.ES.
Zinc paint, pure leai. and sun
dries too nunu mus to mention
At SAJI. SAVIDCIl'S,
KINO STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHUBCH.
WESTPHALIA HAMS. SMOKED HAMS;
bugar-cured Hums. Fresh Lanl,
rrench fruits. In syrup.
Yarmouth 111 ten,
English lairy Cheese,
Calif iruia Cream Cheese,
Li-ht Brown Sugar,
Crusli-.-J Loaf Sugar,
Neap ilitau Vermicelli,
Fresh Corn ileal.
A.rtcd Meats and Soups,
Fresh ( Uiu.x,
Assorted English Fruits,
Assorieil Kngli.ih Jams,
Assorted Kuglish Jc-llics.
Assorted English Sauets,
Assorted E.ij.'litfh Pickles,
English Oreen Peas,
French Oreen Peas,
White Wine Vinegar,
Fresh Peacht-s, In tins,
Fresh Quinces, in tins,
S irdines, S'uall tins,
S:irlines, lanre tins,
Finn Oolong Tea,
Fine Oreen Tea,
Frfh Roasted Coffee,
Assnrtfil Scotch Biscuits,
Salt Water Soap,
Fine Tnbl- Salt,
Carbonate of Soda,
Corn Stan h.
&c, Ac. &c.
Roasted Coflee, packed in tin,
for Ship' Uae. 93-tf
IjEWIS cfo woutont,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
THE SUBSCRIBERS would infirm their frind-.
Shipmasters, and the public generally, that they will lie
happy, at all times, to srreet them at their New Shop on Fort
Street, two doors below the lru, Sfwe of Or. Judd, and directly
opp-wite the Store of Mr. B. W. Fild. All orders with which
they may be favored, will be thankfully received and promptly
T PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO OUAQINO. J3J
N. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
8S-tf GEORGE W. KORrON.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
exitinj( bi'tween Samuel Savidge and Henry May as
Grocers and Provision Merchants, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All person havinsr cluiins against the late
Ann are requested to pr-seut them for payment.
Houolulu, April 29, 1853.
Pnrinpr my absence from Honolulu, Mr. Savidpe is authorised
(by Power of Attorney) to transact any business on my behalf.
April 2a, IS5S. 96-tf HENRY MAY.
Grocer, Coffee Roaster, and Provision Merchant, King street
near the Itethel, Honolulu.
NOW LANDING EX " YANKEE,"
AND FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AXD
XjL retail, by the uuderstgiied :
Pieces suierlor black Alpaocas;
Paramattas, black broadcloth;
Black and colored silk umbrellas;
So)cr calfskin shoes, ties, etc.;
Cotton and half wool pantaloon stun", choice patterns;
An assortment of house-paer, wide and narrow bordering;
Cologne watr, Florida water;
Cases and keirs very superior pale brandy;
95-tf Etc., etc, etc. toj HOLT k HEUCK.
FURNITURE POMSII !
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR RENOVATING
TF APPLIED ACCORDING TO DIREC-
M. tions, the above article is guaranteed to give perfect satis.
faction. Price t 1T bottle.
For sale at the Irug Store of U. L. BiU.toxa, Fort St.
i XD FOR SALE RT .F. C. SPALDIXG To
a. arrive per " Melita," from Boston, I . s.:
60 cases Chmiairne Citler;
100 kegs, 10 gallons each, whisky. 60-tf
t7X TAXKEE. FROM
M2A Sieri or Coildsli;
Il.-imblin A- Raker's Oysters;
New Ca if .ruin Cheese;
Fresh Jenny Llnd cakes, in tins.
At wholesale, by C. A. i II. J. POOR.
A SM U-L QIAXTITV OF PURE FIXE
XxL BR .V NOV, warranted suerinr to any in the market.
genuine Unstetter's bitters. For sal hy
J. C. SPALDING.
PROPOSALS will be received by the undersigned for
furnishing the Fort Street Church with blinds throughout,
acc:rling to plans aud speciflcatlins of the Trustees, to be seen
at the Custom II usi after the 27th instant the richt of reject
ing any ana an proposa's oeiug reservei nv tne Trustees.
91-tf I. BARTLETT, Treasurer.
SE OP INSTRUMENTS. LCXAR OB-
servations, and every branch necessary for an acconv
plisbed Navigator, taught in the most thorough and practical
manner, by DANIEL SMITH,
93-tf Residence, Smith street.
CALIFORNIA CHEESE. DATES AXD
Raisins. For sale by 93-tf T. MOSSMAN k SON.
THE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, and war
ranted, under the supervision of James Makee, Esq., for sale by
34-tf CHAS. BREWER 2d.
THE TJXDERSIGXED intends leaving this kingdom
soon, and will be glad to receive all bills against him
also he requests that those who are indebted to him either per
sonally, or as the Agent of the Hudson's Bay Company, will
settle their debts immediately at his office, because in default of
paymect such bills will be sued for.
(Signed) ROBERT CL0CST0N.
Honolulu, May, 135S. 9S-tf
at notice that WILLIAM L. SMITH is this day appointed,
by Power of Attorney, to act for me lu the business of Louzada,
Spencer & Co., at Lihue, Waimea, Hawaii.
Honolulu. Afay 1,1853. 97-2m F. SPENCER.
THE SUBSCRIBER has for sales M of Blacksmith's
. Tools, suitable for plantations such as Anvils, Hammers,
Vires. Ax., at reduced prices.
93-tf. HENRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
IX PACKAGES OF ABOUT SO POUNDS
each, for sale by (94-tf J J. F. COLBURN.
JS. 5 AXD 6. OF VOLUME 35. HUNT'S
MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE Inquire at this office 94-tt
RY GOODS and CLOTHING, In great variety, for sal by
Honolulu. July 1. iMo-tr aUsEai V. JAJiiUA
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
REGULAR DISPATCH LINE,
" thb cLtrra Baas:
JOHN PATT, Mastkb,
Will sail for the above port, on Tuesday, Jsisie 1.
For freight or passage, please apply to
100-tf THE CAPTAIN, on board.
Ships of Good Capacity
Return Cargoes, or
O 3E3E a. It T Z! XI. S ,
TO LOAD WITH
GUAJVO AT JARVIS ISLAND
AND PROCEED DIRECT
fTIO XEW TORK OR AXT OTHER PORT
-- in the United States, that may be agreed on. Moorings
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to tht under
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JUDD,
Agent of the AMERICAN GUANO COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1853. 83-tf
UDWIOn I S L A II D
; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM TUB V. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May r Jaae,
Seplrmbrr ssd Drcrmher.
For further particulars see special advertisements In daily
papers of the above mouths.
cor lreight 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.
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 Rills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Well, Fargo & Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells. Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelojies,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to Naw York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. lS5-tf. R. COAur & CO.. Agents
Frcenian & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th aud 20th of each Month,
1 TO ALL PARTS OF THE
Jp.rl?' United States, South America.
'jLlja'gl Cansilna and Eat ope,
CU.NNiCll.XJ IS SKW TORK WITH THE AMF.KIt AS-ECBOPEAS BX
PKIUtS COMFAST TO fcfBOPE.
GOLD DUST, COIX AXD BILLION FOR
warded and Insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies iu New lork and London.
I'acKages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama nnd Nicarairua, in charge of Siiecial Messengers.
A Special Express is 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 lltli ami Hnl of each month.
XT Coil.-ctious made, and nil orders pertaining toa legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu
121 Montgomery street, San Francisco,
DECEIVED PER "A XT ILL A,' FROM
J.V Bremen, and for sale by the undersigned :
Vales fancy prints
do mourning do
do of Madapolains
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets k mull muslin
do Swiss muslin and robes
do book muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do
Dales emb. cambric bandkfs.
do table linen
do linen tape, do thread
do Water's liest qual. 6-cord
do sup. white flannel
do ptd. woolen table-cover
do tafctaa, oiled silk
do wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
do ladies' veils, asstd quaL
do black nuitts
do scarlet and blue blankets
do sofa carpets
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered slreves and collars,
Bracelets, coifurvs, kid gloves, ca assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming con is and buttons
Woolen and c tttoti fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children's sticks and stockings, silk and wool nnder-shirts
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amaionia hats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen &rd and tassels
Artificial tinwers, great variety '
English silk umbrellas, for tallies and gentlemen
Very sup-rior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Laiiiea' fancy note paier and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd flagons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Dlack Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Bcarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton oo
Lamlis-wool under shirts and drawers
lileached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk snsienders
Silk garters, cotton susiienders, children's toys and dolls
English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirruis and spars, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp ilo, pocket books
. Water bottles (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knlres
Table kuives ami forks, pen and pocket knives
tcissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks and eyes
Rasps and ttles, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, kicks, spunges, ivory combs
Plated caudle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisors
Ladies' pen aud pocket knives, asstd i pencil cases
Inkstaiids,niHU-h boxes, plated baske's, Ac.
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pets
Casks hollow ware
For sale by
C2-:f H. UACKFELD k CO.
U G A R .
For sale by CHAS. BREWER 20.
Old copper and composition, and
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash Price
will be allowed by
45-tf CHAS. BREWER, to.
1? the following SAILS, suitable for
a vessel of 250 to 300
tons, viz :
1 new Topsnil;
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
1 main Royal;
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, "J
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, I xg-fj-
1 Spanker, f T
1 T.p GUlantsaU, J
1 set iron strapped Cutting-lu Blocks, with chain pendants,
complete. 93-tf) B. V. SNOW.
AXD FOR SALE BT
T. JUOSSJWAN k SON.
At? A f TO BE LEXT on mortgage of real
Tatvr VF " estate, at moderate interest, in sums to
suit borrowers. Apply to
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1857.
PORTER AXD CIIAMPAGXE GLASSES,
of various styles, all fine cui glass. Tumblers and Gob
lets do. For sale by
86-tt Vox HOLT k HEUCK.
IROX BEDSTEADS, single, double, and children's)
Sugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brassware
Chests of Tools, Door Scrapers ice, kc, for sale by
Jyl 1-tf ROBERT C JANION.
NOTICE TO COASTERS.
A BELL BUOY
la fathoms water, from which the Spar Buoy
at the en-
trance of the channel bears N.W,
H. J. H. HO L DS WORTH,
(91-tf) Harbor Master.
Honolulu, March 19, 1853.
JUST KECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
'S EXTRACTS For sale by
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
ENUIXEFARIXA COWU. Ai tf-
aj( For sale by
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
ERMAX RAT POISOX For sale by
WHITE LEAD, 8 1 KEGS,
For Sale by
ei-tf chas. BRtnr-ta.
PaMRE-PROOF PAINT For sale by
7-f W. A. ALDRICH.
BY A. P. EVERETT.
. Merchandise, Slerchandise. ;
OX FRIDAY, May 28, at lO O'Clock, A M
At Sales Room, will be sold an assorttnant of Btercbaadise,
consisting of - .
. Blue DriUings, Clothing, Dry Goods, Saddlery,
Candles. Crockery Ware, Glass Ware, Brown Svgar,
Fry Pans, an assortment of Fancy Goods,
And a variety of Sundries.
Sale of General Merchandisf. .
TUESDAT, JUXE 1 at lO O'Clock. A. Mh
At SALESROOM, wUl be sold a large assortment of Stasia!
Merchandise, such as
Dry Goods, Clothing, ;
Boots, 8hors, nats, Caps,
Oruceries, Piesei ved Fruits,
Driid Fruits, etc esc,
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
Store Ship " Mauna Lea."
TUESDAY, JUXE 1, al 12 O'CUck, Xaaa,
At Custom House Wharf, will be sold the
Store Ship " Maana Ik.
Also Chains ami Anchors.
Large Sale of English Goods at
IMMEDIATELY AFTER ARRIVAL OF
BARK MELITA" FROM BOSTON!
(Due last of June,) the undersigned will sell a large Invoice ef
Sdagl'ali ls)la, seiectea expressly lor uus mantet, con
sistrog tn part of
Bales of 6-4 Prints, assorted styles; -
blue Serge Shirts
" blue Serge FanU;
u Prawers, Saxony Wool Shlrtst
u Fancy Shins.
Cases of black Coburgs;
u black Lustres',
w assorted Lustres.
French Merinos, assorted colors;
Fancy Silk Veils. Dressing Casesj
Imitation Shell Combs, Silk HdkfS;
Black Silk, Silk Neck Ties;
Colored Woolen Shirts, Horse Cloths;
Invoice of Superior CLOTHING, thick and mi)
" Men's Women's and Children's Hats;
ka kc, Ac.
A. P. EVERETT, Auctioneer.
B. F. 8NOXV
fkFFERS FOR SALE. In lot to salt purchasers, al
Vr the lowest prices, the following merchandise t
Grey merino shirts.
. Corah UandkerchieflL
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Re.1 flannel "
Brwn drill, -
Women's white cotton hose,
W bite and grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shuts.
White L B shirts.
Blue flannel shirts.
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boota aad Shoes.
Goat buskins. Calf Congress boots.
Ladies' bootees. Eu'md leather Congress boots.
Lemon syrup, Assorted pickles, half gals.
Tomato catsup, Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, iu tin foil.
Sooerior Black Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
' Naval Store.
Chain cables. Russia cordage, assorted sites,
51h nils whale line, Manila cordage, assorted sites,
Sail ueedles. Cut nails, lanterns,
Paint oil, turpentine, Composition nails.
Pure and extra white lead, Copper boat nails.
Solar side lamps
Drab office chairs,
1 French bedstead, '
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys j
Walaut cam- seatchairs.
Sheaths and belts.
Hinghaiq buckets, grindstones, Red, white and blue bunting,
Snrrm sad Pslar Oil. &.C. Si. Cm
I Browa'a Whaltaj Gss aad Iroaa.
Indin Rnbtx-r Iloae, hf lac Is aad 1 lack,
Bras Hose I'isK-a, Lead Pipe.
Ac. &cM sic 93-tf
BY TIIE " ELIZA Jb ELLA."
B. W. FIELD
SsFrFIVRD AX INVOICE OF FIRST
im quality FIKBWOttKSfrom the celebrated manufacturers
Hovev k Co., of Boston.
Batteries of Mines,
Batteries of Candles,
Alines on Strips,
Shells on Strips,
Wheels, ColM Centers,
Names of Prominent Persons. Bl-t
fyllE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN A P-
J ioiiitert tuawians 01 tne rerrsou uu icrkj
C. LUNA LI LO, son of Charles Kauai na. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons ludebted o him to make immediate
urmcnt nnd all oersous having claims against the same, are
herebv reauested to present the same to J. W. AUSTIN, Ho
nolulu. J. W. AUSTIN.
Feb.22,1858. 87tf C. KANAINA.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED, GUARDIANS OF
the person '! property of WILLIAM C. LCNALILO,
.r, of f!. Knioa of Honlulu. henby firbld any person trust.
ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by him. " aldiah,
Feb. 22.1853. 87-tf . C KANAINA.
TUB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, of tne es
tate of Stephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having demands against said estate.
to present tne same ; ant ail persons owrawi w w me, w
hereby requested to make immediate paymect.
1 JAMES W. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, January 22, 1853. 83-tf Administrator.
ALL PERSONS HIVING DEMANDS
J against me, will please present them for settlement Imme
diately and those Indebted are requested to call and settle, or
then accounts wui ce lert witn an auorney lorcotiecuon.
!CT The suts Tiber hereby gives notice that he wid pay M
debts coutracted without his written or.ter.
Honolulu, April 20, 1853, 95-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Attorney in Factand Age t for L. n ANTUON,
Esq., during his abseuce from the Hawaiian Islands, begs to
intimate to all persons having claims against him, that he will
be prepared lo settle and liquilaie the same until the first of
June next, alter wmcn an inc wm on pirwinm w r.u-
rope. The undersigned also requests all parties indebted to Mr.
L. H. Aothon, to pay these amounts to lnm.
H.molulu, April 11, 185S. 4-tf THEOD. C. BKUCK.
I. O 0. F.
TiOLTNESU ENCAMPMENT. NO. I to.
tL der the jurisdiction ot the R. W. Q. Lodge of the United
States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are held on
the 1st and 3d Friday evemmrs of eacn montn. ttesiuent ana
visiting memlwrs are respectfully invited to attend. Per order:
Honolulu, March 16, 1358. 0-tf C. P.
E CLAMPSUS V.M!
mjOTICE IS HEREBV Gl VEX THAT THE
1 lv4tic Emblem of the Ancient .tnd liouoraDie uraer oi
v C. V." has been received per bark Yankee, and the under -
teued has been duly appointed U. I. fc C. v., for the purpose
nf fmini m hnmch of the O. M. C. in Honolulu. Besulent ana j
nnifnt brothers will nleae report tnero selves on or oeiore in.
21 W. of the 4th D. E C. V- so as to be invested with the Js. of
our A. and H. Orler, E. 3. SMITH. King street.
95-tf 51. W. D. O. E C. v., or Honolulu, 11. .
ALL PERSOXS who may have any claim on the
Estate of the late Ahiu, Chinaman, late resident of Hilo,
T.i-rwl r.t Hawaii. Hawaiian Islands, aeceaseo, intestate, are
hereby notified to present their claim to the undersigned, for
sett ement, on or before the 9th of June, 1858, or be barred for-
f J..k.a.A SjLiA. mm t .1 sTatatA & as
ever ; and all persons wno are inaciicu w iiro mv: w
hereby required to liquidate the same on or before the above-
mentioned date. .
uiLia 4. rsuii,
Administrator of the Estate of Ahiu.
Hilo, Hawaii. Dec 9, 1857. 77-flar .
THE CXDEBSHiS ki mm A tliiu jrsireasie
the premises of Mr. S. FOX, begs leave to give aotios that
.ill mer therein on January 1st. 1309, ana conanae m
hwinMi . heretofore, ami respectfully solicits a continuance cf I
the patronage so liberally bestowed upon nis prewcusora.
UaW A"A V MtsJa ii
Iff. It Tlie iMtlance of Dry Goods at his old stand in Hotel
street, selling off cheap.
THE UNDERSIGN EU, being aooot toieava tnis
kingdom for a few months, hat appointed Thomas W.
e v.n- hi. A rent- bv special Power of Attorney ; and
all persons are hereby forbidden to trust any other one ia my
name, either man, womanor child.
Lahaina, Dec 8,185. M-ly
MILK I MILK I v
COMPETITION AND REDUCTION IN PKICXS
belnr the order of the day, I would say to all persons re
ceiving Milk from Punnui Dairy," that Uiey will be served St
11 Hnv. with Pure Miutat IM very lowest pi ices. .
87- wua eutiB,
1 a whit Kid Gloves; white and drab supertor
Riding Qlovea, for I
DY JOHN F. COLDUnilt
Ij ex MFaj nJer."
At Balea Roma, wUl be sold new goods ax Fanny Major,
consisting tn part of
Madaiiolans. eanar nrlnta. brintrd BrssllBS.
Bilk oorahs. btaek and cwed thread, Swiss i
Regatta stripes, browa eottno. brae cotton,
Preserved meats, brown soap, boiled oil.
Tomato ketchup, oysters, cigars, etc, tta.
A well selected invoice of ladies' and
Boots, Shoes and Oalters.
Barisy, Peach Tn, etc
sTkFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOV7C2T
II market rates a Urge of Ooods, recently i
ed from 8a FnselsM and Liverpool
White eottons, shirtings.
White cotton drill, madapolama,
fancy drlR, printed cords, twothM prints,
Fumiturs prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fittings, hickory sUrts,
White, eotorea ana mney swinea cwn wwimi
Merino undershirts, children's socks, whits aad red
Whit blankets, larse asaint of linen drills. French
Dock and trowserinfs, superfine broadcloth, saedlsaa do
Embroidered alpacas, emoroKierea uneans sua, posww
JRmbr'd eloth ponchos, asonaey jacatw, siassrii oavw .
Tweed and other trowsers, women s soon, ami
Men's shoes, ladies' shosa, crape shawls,
IJnen eamn. hdkfs, silk neckUes,
Felt bats (assrtd), eord.
Todies' riding hats, bhM flannel Jackets, Unas ariH
nl nlm fmtrm. nlckles. saaees. black pepper, wbtta
Qlnger, cinnamon, maee, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, saraassa.
Capers, ansa aerOS, umvn pm vioeiimr, nns;nn aws
Sheet lead, assorted Knglish files.
Assorted hollow ware. heathir Balls,
Garden chairs, bronae hat. mds, cook's ladles,
Handsaws, saw sets, averted ocakscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and Hull,
cnest loecs, osrret oona, wj
Iron wheelbarrows, Un plates.
Hoop Iron, assorted iron, screw wool press,
Garden rollers. Iron field gates, hand gatss,
Burnished bits, sail needles,
. Pump tacks, electro-plated wars, torta,
Aaehwra mm Cststl
mi.ijt .ui. Amm m!MaY nvandv. 4n dvanebi ala.
Old Tom, hock, crabapple eider, sherry wine, ehaapafaa, ass.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Firs bricks, bine and white; saddles, bridles, belt, dairy saR
Liverpool pickling salt, St. Ubes packing salt, ptpss;
Black, yellow and green paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osiiaburg. strong wide bagging, wool bafS
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.-
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowk, assM;
Pinner plates, soup plates, fl inch pUtes flat dishes, mags;
Metsl covered Jugs and pitchers, etc. ,
9jtf ROBERT C. JAHI0K.
By the Agent Hadson's Day Cocpaay.
miMW AN'S IRON Wl RE. assorted staes ; ,
JL Fencing wire, liuseed oil, turpentine, white lead
Black paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch
Groceries, perfumery, stationery ;
Sheathing copper, assorted sises ; com position nails, da I
Anchors and chains, st a lawrst sasirket rs
Iron, assorted sizes ; hair brushes, blue doth caps
Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratlins ;
Assorted cordage, tarred and Manila ;
Stilton cheese, hams, Byass' ale, sherry, port, brandy I
Geneva sauce, preserved meats and vegetables
Aberncthy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY,
including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriage
and harness. ;
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARB.
Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and boss ,
Green, blue and white blankets ; "
Long Cloth, various qualities ; madapohuns ' - , .
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, aiostlns.
Crinoline, real eloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill I '
Linen drill, cambric handerchiefs, silk do, book mosHa
' Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacca ;
Black princetta, do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do t
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk (
White silk, barege scarfs, broad cloth
Bilk mantles, new styles ; cords and tassels
Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls
White resting i green, white, blue and amber ienos ;
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege ;
Ookl lace, i to U Inch ; combs, Jtc, e , .
CANDLES, Its crest variety. M-tf
TIN AND COPPER SMITH,
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL IX. INC
of work in his I ne, promptly, cheaply ami neatly,
mr Ships' work executed at the shortest notice, and lattsrbt
tlon guaranteed- tl mm'
OAnPEiiTnn ad BTjiz.Dnn(
fort street, opposite the store of Bamsing ft Ce.
A LL WORK In his line dona with dtopatch and
. lowest possible rates.
Jobbing done at short notice.
tty Call and see.
Jlr. ESOPP AI.I, Turtx,
BEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC 1 1
wneral that he has fitted nn a DINING SALOON CP
STAIRS, to accommodate hit Boarders, at the MERCHANT I
EXCHANGE, and will endeavor to pteast hie boarasrs ta saw
best of his abilities. ZT Dinner, Breakfast and Supper. 1.
DUJCin. KBurr aw, rursey.
Kast Indian t
XT BOARD $4 00 PER WEEK. o
EX " GOLDEN STATE." '
THE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER IX E
centlr arrived by the above schooner from BnthoML sway
sisting hi part as follows :
65 M llach Nortawett uoarat;
5 M 1-Isteh Redwood do;
37 H ScaatliBfi, assorted sises.
SSf For sals by . GEO. O. BOTaV
. PER "FANNY MAJOR. .
CASES PATENT LEATHER GLOVE fcC?
Congnsst Osi tors;
Cases patent leather drab top congress gaiters;
Cases Oxford ties;
Cases women's enameled boots;
Cases women's fancy buskin.
Cases children's fixed fancy boots.
KMf Just received and for sale by 0. A. ft S. FOC3
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, fcc.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, BOCCn.'
roncher Jt Co.i" nale sherry, bock, euuwta ef 4T
bramls. French liqueurs, (assorted,) Swiss absyntbs, EaSMSr A :
bitters. Iroit svtuds. i assnrted.) tmsrry cordials, isiutimij ra .
sgar, gin, real HoUands, dark and pale brandy, sehnssn
Urn. Fo? sale by l-tf KKULX, ft k.O. 1
F1THE CARGO OF THE CHILIAZT
JL "AlexaodrOarr1goa,n consisting of ' r
350 tmmm iftesssst . S)snsj,
1 tmm Sstltsteire. . ,
Apply to L. H. ANTHU t. '
ss-tf Or to J. C. IPACIXO.
WOMEN'S GAITERS, BUSKINS, UO
Corded Linen Panes;
Fancy, do do;. .
Grey overshirta. : J
Just received per Yankee, and far tale by ' T '
B5tf U. A. H. W. iJk
JENNY LIND CAKES AND WATCH
ALSO ADAMANTINE CANDLC
California Cheese, etc, etc, etc.
89-tf Just received and lor sale by V. A. C B. . rTIC3k
RICE! RICE! RICE!
ANILA AND JAPAN RICE For erW-v.
M-tf . M. W. MlitA
A LL SIZES MANILA CORIIAwlJ rr
b. w. ruu
XTRA FINE TEAS For tale hy
HANGING AND SOLAR LAIIF3.
SHADES, CHIMNEYS AND WICr"V-re
sale by l-tn ! B. V. 1.13. '
WEBSTER'S SPELLING E00II3
ElOR SALE BY
H. H. WETTNZT.
Wsf.sT.sfk RUNNING FT. OP 41 V7r. jm
ad Pine Gutter Sir sale, ex M f-dss ft I
A SUPERIOR LOT OFBOARCStMsst CUXV
BOARDS, mr sale by " .
87-tf .. . v. a. Msmytm ,
JUST RECEIVED, . . ;
Half boxes Raisins,
Jujube Paste. For sae -
mut - tC niA3 ft CTTi.
F -X7TZ.M, MAEI3 ATTD CTZ
for T. : -M, for etMt at
Toe TZZZST ft r .
2 A ai a i a a sr
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