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Califas-aia RewialteaV Na. 2.
San Francisco wears a deciJeJlj metropolitan
vpectri all her thoroujrhfares and wharves, cmwded
ney are with vehicles of every description, hurry
g along with an impetuous haste, more observable
ban in large Eastern cities. Ctrtmen are not con
tent to drive at a moderate walk, but are everywhere
seen rushing by at full speed, whether loaded or
empty; express wagons dash along at a 2:40 rate,
while omnibus drivers appear less inclined to draw
oaths from their testy passengers by crowding one
tore inside" all are impelled with the hasty idea
t " time is money.
'"" rbt.viBtsacs of which there are several lines
a great convenience, and are generally well pat
mixed. The f tre for the distance they run (about
tree miles) is ten cents, and persons residing in the
t barbs are enabled to live on a more moderate i ri
me than when locate-1 in the heart of the city. In
l, it is quite probable that these omnibus lines, by
wing citizens to live out of town, and yet enjoy all
advantage of proximity, have been exerting a
ier influence in reducing the formerly exhorbitant
a than is generally supposed.
losses. One will be surprised at the number of
ie horses to be jen in Ban Francisco, most of which
jive, been imported across the plains from different
parts of the Eistoi States, and very few of the finest
are native stock. vThcy are generally valued highly,
a good draught and carriage horse being worth
from five to seven hundred dollars, though ordinary
animals can be had much cheaper. In purchasing a
horse it alwiys makes a vast difference in the price
a?ked or paid, whether the owner is anxious to sell;
and the real value of a horse is generally what his
owner can get br him when wiab.es to selL Some
of our fancy sporting gentlemen, who pride them
selves on the ordinary animals they pos&"rw'HiLLi,e
well repaid by a visit to San Francisco, and would be
Ie- inclined afterwards to brag of their unri
valled stock." Why, ordinary cart horses in that
city, numbered by scores, are vastly superior to any
thing we can or ever could show; while many of the
carriage horses are not surpassed, in size, color and
symmetry of proportions, by any animals in the East
ern cities. Efforts are being made to improjv
native stock by the introduction of tfccraMraTallioTjs
from the E ist, and are said to be Very successful.
Cheap John. Not the least noticeable among the
institutions of the city are the facetious " Cheap
John" establishments on Long Wharf or Commercial
street, where nightly amusements are furnished fir
the benefit of the itinerant mining population, who
patronize them pretty liberal!y. They date back to
about 15-2 and some of them are conducted with so
mnch knaery ami tact as to be a source of consider
able profit to the proprietors. Cheating is said to be
an essential element in Cheap John's character.
There may be a dozen or more cf them, all of which
aspire to be considered the "original" concern. They
are nothing more nor less than auction Jew shops
where every description of articles wanted by miners
are worked off by a reversed plan of auctioneering.
Every mode of attracting stranzers is resorted to, and
iq one shop is seen a pantomimic show, which keeps
the crowd in laughter; in others drums and fid lies
keep up an excitement; wh:Ie on the opposite side of
the street the salesmen in turn form an orchestra,
and treat brother Jonathan to an i m prom ptn concert.
The great object is to make the shop during the eve
ning as noir as nnesible and keep a crowd tosreher,
in wh'ch they are quite- wceosful. The mode which
Cheap John takes to effect his sales is original, and
he generally succeeds lot m iking a trade without ln-w.
Here, gentlemen, is a case of twelve parrs of calf
boots which you can have for one hundred dollars for
the lot, or ten dollars for one pair. Ton can have a
f pair for nine dollars; yes, trentlemen, for eight dol-
tlars; I only want seven dollars; and will take six;
will let you have it at cost for five dollars; or, if
you haven't got that, I will let you have it f r
fonwilars. Don't all speak at once for three dol-
s and fifty ceou or even for three dollars. I shall
aurriSce these fin boots Pr only two dollars and three
.juarters, or two dollars anil fifty cents; I don't wish
von to bid. gentlemen, but I will give you two dol-twenty-five
cents for the boots; yes, I will
..w them away for only two dollars;" and some
raggling miner in want of the article, steps forward
nd deposits his fee of two dollars, in which he may
followed by wveral others, who ,take part or all of
uot. Every aiticle, from a jewsharp to a full suit
cf cuItCs pot up in the same way, and the sale is
e!feted by 1 vten of auctioneering, interlarded
with aoy amount uT"'t. humor, and oaths. Good
.rtrgains, it is said. areO made, the articles of
fered being'the cheapest stockh! auction.
sometime in a
d imaged eonditioY "V Cheap John
Ls very careful to kep the price
' -j'oods a
little above cost and charges. af A -
Sabbath Law. Although there ha.-:. lpf
improvement in the respect shown to the ClTf
StbhatVin Sin Francisco over the state of thing '.
isfing iii former years, yet even now a very lai
proportion, perhaps one thild, of the retail stores,
and all the liquor shop, are kept open on that day.
Many store-keepers, particularly grocers, express
themselves oppose! to doing business on the Sabbath,
but aver that they are obliged to do so in order to
protect their own interests and retain their custom
ers. Wholesale stores, as a general thing, are closed
on this day. A lair h s been paed by the Califor
nia Legislature at its last session, compelling the
closing of all places of business on Sunday, except
;ng only market stalls and liquor stores, and places
which custom requires to be kept open. The
law goes into effect during the summer, and
will no doubt exert a beneficial influence on
public morals. A vast amount of liquors must
be consumed in San Francisco, to give even an
ordinary support to the six hundred shops engaged
in the sale of them. Yet, notwithstanding this, eases
of drunkenness are seldom witnessed in the streets
there, although the police records show that they do
occur; and io this respect San Francisco can furnish
a lesson to Honolulu or our more moral sister port
Labaina, whose dockets, in the shipping season at
least, are made up chiefly of inebriate eases.
CucftCHEs In her church architecture. San Fran
cisco shows a most decided improvement over the
cloth-lined, clapboarded structures known as such in
1843l Churches are everywhere regarded as an index
of the intelligence and liberality of tbe citizens. And
1 jdging from the specimens to be seen now in San
-ancisco. she is not far behind her sister cities in
,t vf- Her population generally, never will be
list church going people, for it partakes more
, . 'og. restleai, pleasure-seeking nature, than in -
. be same size in the older States. It could
i . ehi! 'ner,r'1,e w'tB population drawn together j
gold mania, from every conceivable j
V! verns'0' tSIobe- S"41 her church edifices are 1
dime") 0a,''gs, and though generally of smaller
tWrdT Boet with in Eastern cities, are in
V .Kish but little inferior to the Utter .
I!? d whieb are tbe finest in
on Wa...!! (Ctbolic). the First Baptist j
W'..ndDr SXrBO,,Bu",,"treKMr- '
latter t A,Jion on Stockton street. Tb
ajsj thjt . "r'eiea and was dedicated donna; our.
persons, but on tbe evening of the dedication, must
hue held nearly 1000 persons. There are in all
twenty-five places ot worship in the city.
Nl-wspapeks. Our sketch of Saq, Francisco would
be incomplete without a few remarks on its newspa
pers, though we make them at a risk of being in
formed that we are meddling with affairs that do not
concern us, and on which we may not be well posted
up. The San Franciscans are evidently a reading
public, as will be seen from the number of daily and
weekly papers published in that city and tbe eager
ness with which they are sought for. The average
number of daily papers printed is not less than 16,000
and often runs as high as 0,000, which, besides a
large number of weeklies, are circulated mainly in
and about the city. There are seven dailies and some
twelve or fifteen weekly issues. Although mo9t of
these papers receive a fair support, yet it must be
confessed that there are more dailies than ought to or
f can well be sustained. The number is so great that
their support has become a burden and tax on tbe
people, but particularly on the merchants, who are
constantly importuned for advertisements or aid in
behalf (jjorne new or old newspaper enterprise which
needs assistance, and they naturally become averse to
aiding any paper, however worthy of support, lest
they be considered partial to this, that or the other
one which they may prefer. Hence in too many
caw, merchants pursue a course detrimental to their
own interests and cease to advertise altogether. Now
it strikes us that there is room for improvement inT
this matter. A leading first class journal is needed
there, whote patronage and circulation may be so ex
tended as to enable the publishers by reducing the
subscription to one-half or two-thirds its present rate,
to pi 'ice it within the means of all to become sub
scribers. The establishment of no new journal would
De requirea ior mat oojeT
A . V . aa . w.
r.hTo., T-T-l f Thrrrr-rnf
po'ptiiar daily journals with this object. The form of
the paper should he that which has been found most
por-nlar, and perhaps the size and form of the New
York 7Vme or He raid are such. To make that chancre
would require a large capital, one of the improved
fast presses, and business ability in its conductors
.commensurate with the undertaking. A daily paper
the lead of its cotemporaries, which might perhaps in
time become sacrifice! to its success. But tbe
country and city would be the gainers in hav
ing a metropolitan journal of commanding influ
ence, which by its more extended patronage could be
furnished at a cheaper rate, and advertie at lower
prices. But whether the establishment of snoh a
journal in San Francisco lafeatthle or not. we will
not pretend to say, as we were merely a looker on
in Venice." We know that the effort was made in
Boston a year or more ao, under favorable circum
stances, and met with failure.
The value of a well conducted paper may be learned
fmm the fact that a third interest in the Sacramento
Union (a daily and weekly issue) recently changed
bands for the sum of S20,.i00. It .should le stated, 1
however, that the purchae Included the interest in I
the building and an extensive job office owned by the
proprietors. That journal is one of the best conducted
papers in the State, and enjoys an extensive circula
tion, amountinj. as we have been informed, to about
4000 copies of its daily and 4800 of its weekly issue, j
Nkws DKPOTS. Allied to the newspaper interest.
. . . . . . , . ' .
ai iri in u-nie, 1a iiio ouixtra 01 importing
era and European papers and magizines, the sale of
which gives employment to a large number of per
sons. The importation of astern papers is confined
principally to three or four firms, the leading im
porter beinr J. W. Sullivan, Fsq., whose depot adjoins I
the Post Office and who deservedly stands at the head
of the news agency business. Those not acquainted
with the trade would be astonished to see the quanti
ties of papers that pass through this house alone,
amounting in bulk to over six tons by each steamer.
or nearly one hundred and sixty tons of newspapers
a year. By the mail which arrived from New York
during our stay in that city, we were informed by
the enterprising proprietor that the number of New
York Jleral.lt alone, received by him, was 10,000
copies, and, judiring from observation only, we think
that at least 40,000 Eastern, European and other
papers and magazines are received by Mr. Sullivan
by each steamer. This enormous quantity of papers
has to be opened, folded, assorted and delivered to
carriers, who scatter them through the city, or for
warded to eubscrihers an 1 agents in other places in
an incredibly short space of time. Mr. Sullivan sup
plies nearly all the interior news agencies in Califor
nia, besides Oreeon, Washington Territory and dis
tant ports in the Pacific, all which have to be tiis
patchejby the very first departure.
In this connection we cannot omit noticing the cor
diality with which we were received by the editorial
fraternity of San Franc'sco. So far as we became ac
quainted with them we found hem worthy of the po
sition they occupy in conducting the press of one pf
the most enterprising cities in the Union. Most
heartily do we wish them individually that succ ss
ch they deserve, and which, with perseverance.
w-,f-wn their labors. The post of conducting a
politicar especially a daily, is no sinecure, and
the labor Nal-ll on n ctor is too often unappre
ciated by thrvn jvtbe benefit of his toil. The
payment of a year's sTT-Qticn cr de fee for
an advertisement, often accom ,:"ijch a grudge,
is too frequently considered Lf i support, be
yond which nothing can te -TTt.ir.. jod ; while in
reality the interests of a publisher or tSjr and the
subscriber or advertiser are identical, anaformer
cannot meet with success without the latter .trjnir
it with him. Connected with the editorial start
one of the most successful journals or the city, t
found a eompanisn of our school-boy days, whose
talent reflects credit on the position he occupies. We
little thought as we sweat over our game of marbles
that we ohould meet as brothers of the quill, after a
separation of two dca-'tes of years.
Te " Farmer." 'Ve should be guilty of a gross
omission, did we fail to acknowledge here the kind
attentions shown to us during our stay in California
by Col. Warren, the proprietor and editor of tbe
Farmer, which added much to the pleasure of our
visit there. That journal, which is, we believe, the
nnl. nnm nnhliahevl in the Pfin devoted exclunvelv
to the interests of the farmer and fruit grower, is
doing a good work, mainly through the labors of its
editor, whose talents appear wh lly devoted to the
agricultural interests of that State. We wish that a
copy of it could be taken by every one of our agricul
turists. The editor's sanctum, which was freely
thrown open to us during our stay, is such a model
of what an editorial retreat should he, that we haz
ard a few lines to its description. Forbidden to the
idle gaze of the curious spectator, away from tbe
whirl and tumult which "always surround a publica
tion office, this sanctum is opened to the stranger
only by the special favor of its occupant. Here bis
taste has gathered the choicest standard works, illus
trating every department of literature, while number
less specimens of the ran productions of nature,
science and art. collected as curiosities, are preserved
with care. Here also are cases filled with wax fac
similes of the finest specimens of fruit grown in the
State, and others with minerals and rare curios- .
itieH, while the walls are covered with illustrations of j
the past and present. One cannot pass its threshold
without receiving: somethi'Tt of the spirit which seems
to pervade the air of thijquiet retreat. The Colonel
has been a resident opalifornia for some ten yean, j
and has always bpj a prominent and devoted friend j
of her airricuJrral interests, and we are sure that '
they could w find a more worthy or gallant charo-j
pion. Ornost hearty well-wishes follow him and the
ar- m engaged in. . - r. . I
A. P. EVERETT,
Corner of Queen and Nuuaau street, Honolulu, II. I.
alennrs. Bampsos Jt Tappax, -"
E. 1. Bbiuham h. Co -
" HtTLKR, KKITU & IllLt-
Honolulo, July 1, 1357.
KICBABD COAOT. P. 8. WILCOX. FRKO. L. BASKS.
R. COADY & CO.,
Shipping and Comnii$on Merchants, Honolulu, 8. 1.
Messrs. Grissfll, Misttrs k Co, - New York.
Wit .rra k Co., - - "
Well, Faboo ft Co., . Ban Francisco.
Almop Ac Co., .... Valpanuso.
O. V. Tbais & Co., - T Slellwurne.
s Barisq Hki'THkbs k. Co., - - London.
Exchimfre for sale on the United States and Europe.
Honolulu, July 1, 1356. Jy 1-tf
DANIEL C. WATERMAN,
Superintends the outfitting of vessels from this port, to the
shipment of oil aud bone, and negotiates whalemen's
Messrs. Moroas, IIathawat, k Co., San Francisco.
Macondrav k Co., -
I. K. Grekx k Co., - New Bedford.
jAMRd B. Cosgdon, Eitg., "
64-tf W. G. K. Pope. Esq., -
II. W. FIELD,
Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islam,
By rmission. he reftrs to
C. W. Cartwrioht, President of Manufacturers' Insurance
Messrs. II. A. Pikrcb, .... Boston.
Tbavkr, Kir k Co., - u
Edward Mott Robixsos, - New Bedford.
Johs W. Barbett k Sons, - N.tntucket.
PmtKlxs k SMmt, - New London.
B. V. Ssow, - - Honolulu
C. A. Si. If. F. POOR,
IMP0RT-R3 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
UONOLCLC, OA HIT, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Okoros F. Peabodv, Esq.,
Ei.isha Haskell, Ksi-, -Messrs.
Reap, Chadwu'b k Dbxtkr,
Waldo, Barky Ac Co., -Abkbnkthy,
Clark k Co.,
BaDUKK k LiSDBXBKHUEK,
J. C. SPALDINC,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
Wanted, Bills of Exchaupi on the I. S. and Euroe. Con
slirnmeiitu from ahmad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-tf
W. A. ALDRIC1I,
Importer ami Dealer in General Merchandise ; Commission
Agent for the sale of Suuar. Molasses ami Coffee, and other
Island Produce. Airent fir the Lnirg Plastatiox. Con
sijrmnents of all kiwis of Island Produce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 80-tf
CCST. C MKLCBEKJ. R KIN EM.
.UELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission MerclianU and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, O.ihu,
S. I. Stone store corner of Kaahunianu anil Merchant Ms.
Money advanced on favoralle Unns for Whalers bills on the
U. 8. and Euroie. July 1, 1856-tf
I sNOW ,
ImP"eJ ,n Merchandise, Honolulu, Ohu,
.II. II AC'KFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. I. July 1, lsdo-tf
ROBERT C. JANION,
Merchant and Commission Aia-nt, Houolulu, Oahu, S. I. Jy 1 t
! Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
I the Post Office, Honolulu. 40-tf
Ship Chandler, Duller in G-neral Merchandiiie, and Commission
Merchant. Honolulu, Oahu, 3. I., keeps constautly on hand
an extensive ass-if incut of every description of goods re
quired by whnlehips and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of frrocerit, provisions, kc,
at the shortest uotke. at the very lowest market prices.
XT Money advanced for whalers1 bills at the lowest rates.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old business at the new store in Makee's new f re
proi building, at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumanu streets.
Chronometers rated by olservatior.s of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusteJ to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention (riven to fine
waioh repairine. Sextant and quailrant K lasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on land and for sale. 44-tf
C. L. kICHABDK. H. W. SEVKBAKCB.
C. L. RICHARDS &, CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Importers and Commission Merchants, Oahu,
Sandwich Islands. "ft tf
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Hpirit
, Merchants, Honolulu. H. I., nnder the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
B. VOS HOLT.
TO. C. HEICK
Von 1IOLT& HEUCK,
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I.
CHARLES II It EWE It,
Commission Merchant, Boston. C. S. Refer to Jas. Makee and
K. W. Wad ts(rs. July 1, l5o-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRKJIIT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. July 1, 1866-tf
KRVLL &. MOLL,
Importers and Commission Merchants, Kaahumana street Ma
kee's block. July 1, 1858-tf
SAM'L. . CASTLE. AMOS. S. COOKS.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale ami Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the Kins' and Mchonl
streets, near tbe lanre Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. U. NkSiolson, in Kin street, oppo
site tbe Seamans Chapel. Agents for Dr. Jay ties' Medi
cines. July 1, lB5-tr
A. P. EVERETT,
v TJOTIOIV EI
63-ly Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
AUOTI O I3" 33 JE! j
l-ly Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, oatiu.
Dealer In Dry and Fancy Goods, note! street between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
GEORGE. . HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
the Punchard premises.
. July 1-tf
C. II. LEWERS,
Lumber and build ins: mater ials,Fort St. Honolulu.
W " IADD,
Importer and dealer In Hardware, Fort st, Honolula. Jy 1-f
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
S. If. EMERSON,
Waialua, Oahu, Dealer In General Merchandise, Country Pro
duce such as Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, Ac.
CHARLES if. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The undersigned would In
form his friends and tbe public, that he has taken and
fitted op the premises on Fort street, opposite C. Brewer
M's Store, as a CARPENTER SHOP, and would solicit that
patrcnape. heretofore so liberally bestowed. All orders in
the various branches of BuiUlinK, Plans, Specifications and
Contracts, attended to with promptness and dispatch
CHARLES W. VINCENT.
N. B. DOORS, WINDOW SASH, and all other articles per
taining to bouse building, constantly on hand and tor sale. 93-tf
GEORGE C. AIDERS,
MMttfcctarer and deafer to Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
Kaahnmaira stnet. ODtmsrte J. C. SpaMinv's Honolulu, H.
gammer Bakers, Tin and Copper Pomps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Boofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tlr ware. Ship work executed with
neatnssa and dispatch. July 1, 1-tf
French PoUsher, Hotel Strset, eppoaite the
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent.
AG EXT FOR THE
New York Board of Underwriters.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants. Shin Masters
Ac, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
.ew iotk uoara 01 c. nuerwriters.
13-ly ALEX. J. CABTWRIGHT.
AC3ENT FOR THE v
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The undersiitned bem leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners.
and Ship masters, that he has received the appointment ol
aukmt at these islamls for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned ben to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received tbe appointment ot
AUfc.VT at these Islands ror LLOYU'S LONDON.
J uly 1-tf ROBERT C.JAN ION.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
FflllE UNDERSIGNED, Afrentsof the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks, against fire in and
For particulars apply at tbe office. '
MELCIIERS & CO.
Hono ulu, Oct. 11, 185". 6-tf
Fire Innranre Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
TIE I'MlERSIfiXED bees to notify to those nar.
. ties who have insured in this office wooden huiMines or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that in conse-
sequence of the Continued erecti n of large and hicrh wooden
bmlilmirs close toeether in narrow streets, nn more risks on tim
her constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
. - : 1 1 ..... 1... 1 . i . - . . .
wn&c-u ntn. ie p-m-wcn uii lire eAiiraiiiii 01 Klieir terms.
ROBERT C. J AX ION,
83-tf Afent for the Northern Assurance Co.
'T-'IIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA-
I ny, (estalilished ls:6.) Fir Fire and Life Assurance at
home and airwl.
Cnnitnl 1 1.2 5 9.7 GO. Sterling.
The undersigned has been apjiointed Awent for the Sandwich
islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANION.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
Agent for the Bremen hoard of Underwriters. A 11 average claims
airainst the said I nilerwriters, occurrinir in or about this
Kingilom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
KRULL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Lubeck Umlerwriters, Honolulu,
unnu, 11. 1. July 1, 1858-tf
E. IIOFFSCHLAEGER 6i STAPENIIORST.
A vent a for the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
AVIS VA IT PUBLIC.
Lcs Soussignes, nyant ete nommes Agents pour les
Assureurs mantimes ue Pans et tie Bordeaux,
previennent le public en general et les Capi
taines de navire3 marchands francais, qui visitent
les ports de ce royaume, en particulier, que dans
tous les cas d'avaries, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire etinstater et verifier
les faits devant eux pour legaliser leurs recla
mations contre les dits assnreurs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLAEGKH & STAPENIIORST.
ITTAI & AHEE,
Ajfents fir the Panakoa and Pueo Suirar Plantations, at Hilo ;
Importers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers in China
- Goods, have on hand, and offer fm-'sale, at their establish
ments on Kinir street, Honolulu, and at Lnhaina, Jlaui,
Pucar, Molasses, syrup. Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of irenenil merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1457. 59-ly
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and IValer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Findines, Pump, Sole, Kiiririnir, Harness,
and lnlent Leathers, i alf. Goat. Hoe, and Buck kins
Trunks, Valises, SiarririK Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
inir. Brushes, Hosiery, kc. kc. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sts.. Honolulu. II. I. July I-tf
I -n .v r . ii iiiLivji.,
Late Sureeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen. Odice next door to j. 0. Snaldine
Kaahumanu strwt; Residence at Dr. Wool's Mansion,
II tel sret. Respectfully offers his professional ser
vices to resident families, to the shipping, and to strangers
generally. Medical anil Surgical advice in English, Trench
Spanish, and Italian. Office hours from 11 a. M. to 2 r.
x.. and from 4 to 6 P. s.
At other hours enquire at his residence. Jy 1-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL,
Corner of Merchant and Kaahumanu streets.
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, 4c,
It regularly supplied with Medicines, Perfumery, kc, of the
best quality. Family Medicines and Prescriptions cart-
fully prepared. Medicine Chests examined and refitted on
Attendance at the oince from 8 A. m. till 8 r. m., on week
days, and from 8 to 11 a. m. on Sundays. At other times
at his residence, Union street. 69-tf
Office and Drug Store, Kaahumanu Street, opposite Makee's
block. Ship's Medicine chests refitted, and prescriptions
'T"r Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
Physician and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store of II. tiackfeld & to., Vtueen-street. Jy 1-tf
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 65-8m
8hip Chandler and dealer in General Merchandise. Waiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh tieef, Vegetahl, and all kinds of
Groceries, and Provisions sc. at tne shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices.
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 5000 barrels, being near
the la mlmg, and Tree from thatched "uridine.
Wanted. Whalers bills on the V. S. or Europe, for which money
will he advanced on reasonable terras.
N. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
sertion. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold jy 2-tf
CJILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers in General Merchandise,
L A II A I N A , MAUI, II. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange. &3-ly
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants and . Dealers in
General Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui. Whalers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. 34-tf
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOU8E,
Importer, Wholesala ami Retail Dealer In General Merchandise
Houolulu. and Lahaina, Maui. 44-tf
Commission Merchant, dealer In Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui, II. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. ' Whalers Bills wanted on the C. S. and Europe.
Storage.' July 1, 1856-tf
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, 1856-tf
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchants and families with hard and soft soap also,
neats foot oil.
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
an kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship furgings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils Ac. on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
Also one excellent small sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either bone or water power.
a-tf D. M. WESTON.
DONE 177 A VARIETY OF STVLES
neatly and substantially, and oa fair terms. Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, kc, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
n 1 n RjwiA. nA tllanlr fbwfr. WkmAsr feM
ordrr, officers of ships can have their Navigation and Log
. 1 1 w .a a Mm!mJ a ik. vr lutnM asu.
BOOKS, HMI 1 ll.T I MM lfMUVW. - MV WBMW,
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at short notice.
Orders mav also bs MA at 12. 1. WHITNEY'S Book
tore, Honolulu. 8AMCU. KUCSXIX
Skasts anil ' XanDs.
THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
Dwelliug, situaleU in the Valley of Nuuanu, about two
an miles from town, lately occupied by the Hon. David L.
Gregg. The above property is Iwautfully situated on risi- g
ground, surrounded by fruit and shade trees, and in every way
I urn ia tied witb conveniences for a family.
In rear of the above, a very pleasant COTTAGE, with Taro
Land in a high state of cultivation, and several acres of pastur
age out-buiklings and every convenience. For particulars ap
ply to 1101-tf JOHN U. BROWN
TWO NEW. NEAT. WELL-FINISHED
Cottages, with outbuildings complete, near the Methodist
episcopal ciiurcn. Apply to
100-tf J. T. WATERIIOCSE.
FlUIE COTTAGE AND PREMISES IN LA.
M UAIN A, recently occupied by Dr. White. Tbe building
IS by 30 feet, with veran-lahs in front and rear, and pantry
servants' house, cook house, bath house, and other outbuildings.
On the premises are several very superior grape vines in full
bearing. Apply to J. T. WAT KRHOISE, Honolulu,
100-tf . Or to II. DICKINSON, Lahaina.
ROOMS TO LET.
OVER DR. JUDD'S OFFICE. TWO
convenient rooms, and the nouse at present occupied
byE. Koi.ka. Terms moderate. 1 100-tf I G. P. JLDD.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Aplv to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, ll-moiulu.
COTTAGE TO LET.
W. R. SEAL.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE IVELLING-IIOUSE AND PRE-
misses occupied by the subscriber, on the corner of
Merchant and Alakea streets. Title, fee simple.
XT Possession given immediately.
97-tf G. M. ROBERTSON.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO NEAT COTTAGES on Merchant street.
convenient for small families, and handy to the business
. part of the town. For sale cheap, or to rent low. Title
ee simple. Apply to HENRY SMITn,
FOR S 4.T.E OR LEASE.
THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averberg, Eio.. corner of King and Maunakea streets.
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
terras apply to 190-trj f LUKtNS si Ai'tsnwitai.
A COTTAGE CONTAINING THREE
wiilf. rpmmliih in front, a lanre vard and out
vjl nouses, situaieo. on me nunnweai amc u uic tauc run
ning from King to Queen streets, opposite tne Palace gate,
Rent low. Apply to ('J5-tl GKO. CLARK, Hotel St.
THE HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED ON
VVaikiki Plains, at present ticcupied by the undersigned.
Terms liberal. Apply at ttiu umce, or to
THE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON
KiiiL' street, latelv occtmi.l by Williams k Jones. For
INirticulars apply at theonice of C. C. HARRIS,
Ul-tf or, on the premises, to GhO. W ILLIAMS.
THAT TWO-STORT HOUSE SITUATE
at the comer of King aud Alakea streets, containing four
eood rooms, with large yard and all necessary outbuild-
inirs. now occnuied by ."Mr. Savidge. Title fee simple. For
terms, apply to V.l-tfl SAVIDGE k MAX.
TO LET !
ONE CELLAR. One Half of the Lower Floor, and
the Cpper Loft in the Stone Warehouse on the premises
of V. tirenier, on uuanu Street.
f. cAK.a n.:,k v.t. .m aKipa ait, Vniionil fitint nnrmftltA
A ... I ciuir ,1111 1 . " . 1. j . v.. -' - 1 1
Merchant Street, fitted with Shelves, Counters, kc. Also, a
1 1 Innlv -v
vt"ii;ir uiiut'i Etiuc ywj v
86-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THAT TWO STORY BUILDING on
King street, adjoining the premises of Messrs. L tai &
Ahee. and latelv occuuied bv Herman Beniler for a res
taurant. Tho ground floor Is fitted with all the necessary n.x
ings for a restaurant, with four rooms on the second floor.
Also, a pood cook house and well on the premises. The same
can easily be altered for a store or any other business
Rent low terms easy. Inquire of
79-.f vos HOLT k HEUCK.
A DESIRABLE COTTAGE On Beretania
tr.t irithiii the enclosure of the residence of Henry
! .' 1 V . . ..... . 1 a
;L Mncrnriane. lumisnea or umuruisneu.
Apply on the premis -;s or at the Commercial Hotel.
THE COMMODIOUS DWELLING
i.'' HOI SK in Nuaauu Valley, just above the residence of
iijfc M r. Bates, having been put in thorough repair and f ur
nished with an. ample supply of water, will be leased on rea
sonable terms to a good tenant. Apply to
W M. C. PARKE,
71tf Agent for W. T. Walker.
. THE TWO STORES
erected in Fort street, between King ana .nercnant sis.
Parties wishing to lease can have them ntted to suit ny
earlv application. For terms, please apply to
B. F. SNOW.
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
ft.""' ROOMS, In the brick building, corner of Queen and
LiUL Kaahumanu streets, generally known as the Makee k
Anthon building, viz. : -The
second floor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. Al lrich k Bishop, suitable for
The rear office on the Orst floor (lately occupied by D. N.
Flitner, Esq.) ,
The office on the second floor, (lately occupied by J. Makee,
EfThe cellar of the above building, capable of storage for 1,600
barrels. Apply to
85.tr CH AS. BREWER, 2d.
FOR STORING COALS.BRICKS. IRON
lumber, firewood, TO LET by the month or year.
This yard is securely fenced in, well shaded, and ad
joining the store of &
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
MTHE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR
sale low, the very desirable cottage built by B. z.
Harder, on Kukui street, opposite the residence of A. P
kvprit Kan. This cottage is nearly new, and built of the best
materials by Mr. Harder, for his own occupancy, and is supH
plied with water, batli-room ana oiner convciireuy.
' - Apply to J. F. B. MARSHALL.
Honolulu, July 14, 1857.
FOR 'SALE OR TO LET.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Robert G. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply to ASIIER B. BATES.
STORE TO LET.
THE WELL KNOWN TWO STORY
F -;.:t FIRE PROOF BUILDING, on King street, corner of
JmZL Ma una Kea street, now occupied by G. Buhle k Co.
The lower part is excellently fitted with
Kea Sbelrra staid Coaster,
For a Retail Store. The upper part contains
Fire Spaclaaa Dwelling R ,
And the extensive yard is provided with a good well, brick
cook-bouse, Ac. .....
Terms low. Possession given immediately, if required. For
former particular, apply on the premises, or at
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchant
stnxt- The lower wart Is fitted with counter, shelves.
kc. ; upper part fine sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
TO "VET One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Apply tO lOA-UJ A.IIUUUA.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
and a half from town. Term moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. GREEN.
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a term of years,
,4iii' we store rronnri now vrcuprcu vj " "ii"
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
sr .a wnws.sin altnated In Pa.
lolo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-seven acres.
Term low. Inquire ot .
Rooolum, April 38, 1U7. ': 44-tf
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply te
8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
32-tf Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel.
OFFICE TO LET, fronting cat Noaana street
an niuisffl, libliirtisemtnls.
SANDW ICH AND SOCIETY ISLANDS
MERCHANTS doing business in any part of the Pacific
Jcean, will always find a Large nasi WellSelsel
French, British and American
FANCY DRY UOODS and
SMALL WARES, at
Hughes & Wallace's,
JVOS. 105 ASD IOT SACRAMEXTO STREET,
Sa Fraaciaca, Cal.
Consisting In part of
White goods, embroideries, laces, ribbons ;
Millinery goods, hosiery, gloves, pongee hdkfs ;
Suspenders, cravats, shirts, collars, fancy cutlery 1
Scissors, combs, brushes, ierfiimery, toilet articles;
Yankee notions, haberdashery, etc., etc.;
Imitation shell round-back ootnhg ;
Black feathers, beads, etc., etc
IC7 An inspection of our stock is solicited.
IC7 Our importations are direct from Brit
ain and Europe. .
Ky One of the firm always in the market.
CI7" All orders executed with promptness
K7 PRODUCTS OF THE ISLANDS
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT.
Hughes & Wallace.
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
105 and 107 Sacramento ttrttt, San Fr ancuce, Cal.
N. B. Sole Agents for
J. & J. Clark & Co's celebrated Spool Cotton ;
Marshall & Co's (Leeds) Linen Thread ;
Societe Hygineque Perfumery.
HUGHES Si. WALLACE,
105 ASD IOT SACRAMENTO STREET,
66-ly 8 AN FRANCISCO, CAUFORITIA.
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
FFER FOR SAI E A FULL AND COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. k CO. respectfully solicit orders from the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those who nvor
them with their custom. 66-om
(FORMERLY WILSON'S EXCHANGE,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE,
Sansome St., opposite American Theatre,
: SAN FRANCISCO.
MR. BAILY SARGENT,
Proprietor of the American Excliange, (late Wil
son's Exchange.) begs leave to iufonn the Travel
ing community, that he has undertaken the personal charge of
that house, iie has made extensive alterations and improve
ments, and has renovated the bouse throughout, making it the
first Hotel on the Pacific coast. There has been added to the
House a very fine
SITTING ROOM AND DINING HALL,
Newly furnished. In point of comfort and all the conveniences
which modern hotel keeping have rendered ssential, the
will compare favorably with any of the Atlantic Hotels The
best talent has been employed in the various departments, and
the proprietor will set the best tabls the market affords. Pai-
cks to srrr tbs TraKd.
The American Exchange Coach is always in readiness to con
vey passengers to and from tbe House to the Landings, or to any
part of the city, for (1 Baggage free. . Mr. P. B. Smith has
charge of the C-Joch. 66Vly
TEII VJI v novE,
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
San Francisco, Cal.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
Establishment offers suiieriur inducements to tbe Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet home. - It is situated hi
convenient proximity to the business center, and is conducted
n the European Plan, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, as th-lr convenience may suggest. .
The Proprietor, wh:. has been eagaged in this house sine
152, s licits a continuance of the patronage of his many friends.
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. O. W. FRINK,
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
IOO COL'I'S KW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale line;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets;
Whalemen's slop clothing, vis :
Monkey and reefing jacket;
Striped flannel shirts;
Gray do do;
Striped flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
x Hickory hirts;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stockings, socks and Bitten; ':
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
Best English boiled linseed oil;
Best do white lead ;
Best do black iwint;
Best do green paint;
84-tf A. J. CARTWRIOHT.
TO WOOL AND PULU DEALERS.
JUST RECEIVE D Per Kamehaneha XT.,
Waal Packs, such as are used in Australia, ana
adapted for packing wool, pulu, or any article that requires
For particulars apply at the office of
65-tf SOBEtvT C. JANION.
ANCHORS, CHAINS, CORDAGE, Stm
76 Coils Manilla, H to inch,
60 Russia tarred Rope, 2 to 7 do.,
Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 Ibs
3 Chain Cables, H inch, 70 fathoms each,
5 of best pattern 8hips' Cabooses, patent of ISM,
IS Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
For sale low by (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING
RUSSIA CORDAGE. SPUNYARN.
Martin, Sewing Muff, Flag Lines, Hooks and TtitiMsa.
, Double and angle blocks, white Lead. Chrome flu.
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
' English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
02-tf . H. HACKFELD 00
mfTERCHANT'S AND WUALEHS
X'M Blanks, In sets, for saie. 1 so per dosen. ...
7 1-tf H. at. WIiXiT.
TWO LARGE LOOKING 6LAt:r rt s
frame and marble plate, tar saloons, oamaasa 1 e -)
Olaases, with do do, (or tablet, cuttaas TonMsrs rad Cn
t ... for sale ey
fctcsrc cosTorr FAKira i-tt
L Is 'if'
IS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE, BV ALL
who have trkd it, the bcstToHlc and Aan-DTsrarM var
presented to tbe Hawaiian public.
In New York City Buffalo, N. Y.,and San rrancbeo, wkers
tbe Turner Bros, first Introduced it to the world, te baa seearsd
an unprecedented degree of popularity, owing solely to Us aac-
tary and extraonllnary medical properties.
Mkdicax Mas and m or scikucs alt pronounot tt to be tbs
must healthful and invigorating, and whether tt Is asA by
adults or infants, its effects are alike beneficial. It IS raaf
tbobtablk, and is composed of
The juice of berries, herbs, wild plant and root i
The Spring's first buda, the mt llow Autumn's fruito
The bright wild flowers, whose fragrance charms tbe bse
The op'tiing leaves, the bark of the forest tree
The bulbous root on mountain (lope that's (band i
Tlie spreading vine that growa In marshy ground. 1
For sale by C. L. RICHARDS At CO.,
80-tf Sou Aoxrrs roa Hoact.ci.cj
Dr. L. J. CzapLay's
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
Sacra aarata mu, bclaw MsalfSMnry,
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Offiar,
BAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Established In ISM, for the permanent cure of all private ao4
chronic diseases, aud the suppression of quackery.
Attending and Resident Physician, L. J. Ciafxav, M. D-, tot
In the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to tbe
20th Regiment of Hon reds, Chief Surgeon to the MtllUrt
Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late lecturer oa diseases of
women and children. Communications strictly confidential.
Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address L. J Ciar
sat, M. D-, San Francisco, California. tO-e
J. C. SPAIiDIlW
OFFERS FOR SALE LOW, TO CLOSB
consignments, tbe foUowing MKRCUANDHK, VM.
Cases Spirits Turpentine, in tins;
Case English boiled oil;
Kegs of pure No. 1 extra white lead;
Zinc paint, ground In oil;
Cases of tins of black patnt bess ef
Cases of assorted crackers, in tins;
Barrels of cider vinegar;
Barrel of butter, in kegs;
Cases of Dixon' tobacco j
Coils whale line, hemp sad stanDarot!
Oars, assorted length!
Steering oars, assorted length .
Cases preserved meat la tins; Cases preserved clams in liaai
Cases preserved oyster In tins; Cases prd mince meat tat
Barrels Carolina rice; Barrels vinegar)
Tierce hams; Cases aleohol in tia; .
Cases of Women Shoes, native patstrnt
Anchors and chains;
Rigging and pump leather;
Kegs white bean; cheese in tins;
Cooking stove and cam booses;
Cases wood an 1 cane seat chair i
Tins of putty;
Cases of hair, paint and shoe brushes;
Whitewash brushes; '
Bbis and puncheon purs Jamaica rami
Baskets of champagne;
Casks of Jeffries' Edinburgh Ale in stone jags;
Cask of Duff Gordon Bberry; .
Octaves of J. k F. Marteli's brandy;
Half bbls of California herring,;
Cases of gherkin and mixed pickle, in half gall. Jars;
Cases of codfish, in tins; cases of fresh lobster, in tins;
Cases of English jams, pie fruit and pickles;
Case of buffalo chip tobacco; boxes champagne dder.
. . Ss-4f
X. C. WATEimAET
HAS FOR SALE, AND TO ARRIVE
860 bbl prime pork, p
850 bbl mess beef, 'v, , , '
100 bbls Uaxall floor.
75,000 lbs navy, medium and pilot bread, la casks, bbl sat Is ;
Water cracker and Jenny Und cakes; butter, In sASrsi
Preserved meats, Boston cotton duck, No ,,,(,. I ,
Smooth-bottom whale-boats, oars, boat sash?4;
Slop clothing, patent bianketa. , .'
100 coll assorted Manila cordage, Kxcelaior patent '
250 coils do do cordage, New Bedford mantifa" ; ,
150 coils New Bedford towline.
White oak plank and boards from 1 to 6 inch ; 1
Yellow pine heading, Cumberland coal la casks
China matting wliite, 6V4 wide ;
Tobacco Oronoko leaf, 301b boxes, ilh plugs. af- .
. falo chips and Turkish smoking tobacco, Maa
ila cheroots, No. 3; Manila cigars, N.
Family cooking stoves, California and Island oat
, Jeffries' strong ale, in jugs; octaves Dennis MauriosC'-gas .
brandy ; sauterne wine, in casks; -
brandy, in cases ; Hollands gin. Port and M -
wines, cherry cordials and Uqaors, ia caws.
Sperm Oil and Whale Oil. 66Vtf .
G. P. JUDD, AT THE CORNER OF FORT
and Merchant Streets, remind tbe public that he eontiuusa s
to devote himself to tbe treatment of DissAsag of all kinds, bar
ing for sale a great variety of Dacos sad HsdicixbjC af the best
quality. He sells also
Arsenic, strichnine, veratrine, corrosive sablimate.
Oxalic acid, St. Ignasiu beans, nux vomica, opiaav,
Prussic acid, alcohoL
M usk, extract musk, cologne, lavender water,
Windsor, boney and other soaps.
Sago, pearl barley, oat meal, gum shellac.
Writing and marking ink. Sand sarsaperuTa,
Soda water, and other articles too numerous to saratisa,
X7 Easily found when wanted. . sVK.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENC A ti
ed the service of an experienced Upholsterer, is now pre-
pared to make to order Spring Beds, Hair, Fam and Hay Mas- .
tresses, Spring Lounges, kc. tHd Sofas, Loanges.011 n m ana .
Chair repaired and re-covered on reasonable torsos. rrnlfesr .
at all kind made to order.
Koa, black walnut, pine and lead Coffins e-mstaatfy ea haa4
and made to order. CHA3. W. FOX, Cabinetmaker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel St., near corner of For.
CARPENTERS AND CONTRACTORS,
RESPECTFULLY BEG LEAVC TO AN
nounoe to their friend and the public general' V, Mt tb .
have taken tbe well known stand opposite the LasaMr Yard of '
C. II. Lrwrra, -. on Fort street, where they are iian .
execut. all order in the various branches of baOdins; satrasted
to their care, and by strict attention to tbetr busiaes tary k
to merit a share of tbe patronage bsrstofors sa I busily b .
stowed. ' " .
N. B Jobbing dons on the most nsionabls terms. Flaas,
Specifications, etc., drawn to order.
Honolulu, April 14, 1868.
Owing to tbs coco petition wbJsh bat besa
" T" " - ' ib nuvwauiu, a a1 T Hwt v
kA T wtn .tw lumM In a ill ni.i li mmA
workmanlike manner, at
Opposite tbs BtssUoe Botsw, Clow, stress.
JM. OAT AND W. G. WOOLC TT CIA VB
this day entered into coparfnenblp, for t paraass a?
earrrins; oa the Sailmaking Dualoess, in au its 1
In the sail loft ooeupied by J. St. Oat, a
Honolula. H. L The aodersbnisd iwteetf"Uj
pubbs at Urge that W. G. tVootaey, late of Nsa I ark, ha car
ried on the above business in that city, and J. tt. Oat's s s
tion as a sailmaker, is wall known to tbsi oommoni. m$
will at all times devote their personal artenttoa te their baxtsnsa,
and by their strict attention to tas wants of (Mr saatisjiu.
hope to merit a hare of public patronage.
WOCITT A OAT.
Hooorata April 3, U&S. ttfl
Y TALLOW snEATHING METAL erJ Os
positkm Nails, Brocans. women's Ooat Law v tit
do, ladies' enameled Jenny Linda, Morasea sad t 4aU,
do Brrass aootags, Fairbanks' Ptatform SeaWof tl a, vVs
cers' do. Counter do, Epsom Salts, Long ilsaU Z.
Goods, sfaaila Cordage. - '
ANIIaA CORDAGE, 1
rrnCAVY AND LI3ITT BATC3 C.
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