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of the committee on the Berued Code, re-
twelve chapters as readj for the action of the
and stating that the remainder will soon be
for submission to tnqcw,n "e t mo
noaaes, should the Legislators take that coarse.
motion f Mr. Sheldon the sur.ject was deterred
r. Austin gave'notiee of his intention of intro
iac;n"g .joint res.Jation, to-morrow, providing for
the appointment of a joint committee of the two
HxJL to consider the Revised Code.
RETORTS Of COJOUTTEES.
Mr. Hol'ister from Committee on Elections reported
adrcrselj to the petition against C. H. Kakani, the
member et for Hana, Maui. There was no proof
of' fraud, and the committee recommended that the
petition be laid on the table. Adopted.
Mr. Austin from the select committee on the ad
dress to the King, reported that they had presented
the same to His Majesty, who was pleased to express
By Mr. Kamaipelekane, that the appropriations for
nb'ic works be'ividel into two portions, one half
the bland of 0hu. and the other half to be
d among the other islands.
utilaMi moved to lay on the table,
r. Kamaipelekane said that for years Honolulu
engrossed the largest portion of the amount ex
led for public works. lie asserted that there was
inch need for public improvements in other parts
ht islands as at Honolulu ; in fact they were more
asing instanced the need of a bridge at Ililo.
a suggestion from a member, however, he with-
hs motion until the report tf the Minister of
ce be received.
"iotion of Mr. Kapihe, the House reconsidered
.e of yesterday in regard to the printing of the
d in the regular issue cf the Hae, and the sub
raa again referred to a select committee,
wlation by Mr. Kaauwaepaa, that an appropri
be made tor the erection of a District Court
,tt Honolulu. Laid on the table.
ShelJon gave notice cf intention to introduce a
evolution appropriating the sum of twelve
d dollars for the expenses of the Legislature
Nation by Mr. Kenui, for an appropriation to
a market house at Lahaina. Referred to the
" uUtee on Internal Improvements.
' ' Hesolution by Mr. Richardson for an appropriation
of S500 fbr repairing a road in Wailuku.
Mr. Sheldon thought it was a useless thing to bring
forward these resolutions for the expenditure of
moneys which the members knew would never be ex
penled. It was mere child's play.
Mr. Richardson and Mr. Kalima thought differ
ently, and that members should be at liberty to ap
propriate, if on paper only, for their different dis
tricts. " W
Mr. Hollister coincided with Mr. Shei2mand
thought that it would be more sensible for membei
to deter the subject of appropriating moneys until the
reports of Ministers be received.
The Resolution was referred to the Committee on
Resolution by Mr. Laanui, for an appropriation to
build a Court House in Kau, Hawaii. Tabled.
Resolution by Mr. Kakani, for the appropriation c
SIOQ for bridges in Hana, Maui. Referr,
Bj ilr. ftaaxua, lor an appropriate
a road in Ewa, Oahu. Referred.
By Mr. Kenui, for $200 for roads in Kahakuloa,
By Mr. Kipi, for $5000 for a bridge over the Wai
lakn, Hawaii. Referred.
- By Mr. Kalanipoo, for $25, to blast a road in
i A communication was received from Mr. G. L.
.apeau, announcing the decease of his wife, at Kat
oa, June 5th.
Adjourned to 11 o'clock to-morrow.
WmsESDAT, J une 16.
From Puna, Kauai, for the removal of all restric
tions upon fishing in running streams. Referred.
From Hilo, Hawaii, for a bridge over the Wailuka
123 names. Referred.
From Hamakua, Hawaii, that the Circuit Court sit
at Waimea as well as Hilo; for a property tax; for a
law to prevent married couples forsaking each other;
in regard to stallions; for different regulations in
regard to roads; another request for a Circuit Court
at Waimea; for 1000 for roads; in regard to the
law of trespass. AH referred.
From the graziers of Waimea, for the enactment of
a Law to encourage the improvement of stock. Re
ferred. From Wailuka, Maui, for an appropriation of
$1000 for roads and bridges. Referred.
From Hana, Maui, that the pay cf constables be
by the month. Referred.
rom Makawao, Miui, that all owners of flocks be
elided to keep them enelos-d at night; that the
monejjLUj appropriated for tbe support of mili
. r" applied to t support of English schools,
."he speaker read a message from the Acting
nister of Finance, forwarding the Reports of that
-rngpt for the year l&viS, in the English lan
The consideration of the Report was deferred
the native version lie received.
Repo&ts or CoscMmrrs.
e select committee on printing the minutes in the
ported in ftvoruf accepting the proposition of
the po?s"tr of the Hie, to print 300 copies weekly
for S22 frTnoitse paving $1 60 per diem for
Wk hire. AdopicV.
Ir. Hitchcock from cvU n printing the
. ialea asked Sir farther time. '"sTnted.
Mr. Austin brought forward his Jnir.
appointing a Joint Committee of confer
"'ew Code. The resolution provides tha
nittee shall consist of three members of tbe Hous,
Nobles and five of the House of Representatives, V
report on tbe matter referred to them on the firsV
Monday of December next.
The Rules were suspended and the Resolution read
a second time, and ordered for committee of the
riur now ior i
Resolution by Mr. Kenui. that the sum of $150 be
, .ppropriated for a bridge over the stream at Kamo
lii. Lahaina. Referred.
' Ar. Sheldon introdaeed his Joint Resolution pro
! iding for the expenses of the Legislature of 1858.
j tiered for committee of the whole to-day.
t - Resolution by Mr. Chamberlain, that the Commit-
jt on Education be instructed to consider the subject
if establishing a seminary for Hawaiian females.
XVejSJOtUKiou uy .vir. uauwicpMi k" www.......
nted to inquire into the accounts of tbe
nolula Road Supervisor. Withdrawn, as being
Ordck or tot Day.
In committee of the whole, the Joint Resolatiom
providing for the expenses of the session was taken
op and without debate ordered for a final reading to-
Th Committee roM and the
11 o'clock to-morrow.
Hoase adjourned to
(Carrespoadene of the Commercial Advertiser.)
Ms. Edttob: Sib: There is a petition to the-
vialatre in circulatioa for aignatarea on Hawaii,
eStet tlat the statute prohibiting labor,
Sabbath be repealed.
v mtJ ."ctitiooer take the roand that the said stat-
-! mora an instrument of revenge and mer
' cenarr e. . . - ...
ja.non tkaa a means of restraining rice or
ttf M- The petitioners declare the present
he vrT' rc:l0s Me- fcroring one sect only,
edvinta0 littl 100 Ser itt kinT
& Of i .1 ; tl. rin1 fo tha
"'llt aarVrt of their PsMors, baild eanrehes
ith ChrZZj' B0tb named fa connection
ofL!T'.fcVO ro"I tkrt. ia riew
not MV7 kLv, tkat the law ia question is
' :mmtZ bet BBmcitaionL. thai
science. It u hard, certainly, to oblige a conscien
tious and industrious Jew to keep two Sabbaths a
week, and not a little annoying to him as well when
he remembers that the Sabbath was instituted by Aw
God, and the last day of the week consecrated and
set apart for the purpose of rest ; but the Christians'
God virtually taught and practiced its infraction ; and
insiitution and transfered it to another day of the
j w uio auicut civic
wiuiiuemgnue sometbing quite uifierent from
tbe creation of the universe, and enforced its observ
ance by civil penalties. Besides Jews there are many
Buddhists, Brahmins, Mahommedans, Parsees and
Pagans, also infidels to every form of faith on these
islands, all of whom are forced to observe, to them,
an irreligious custom, as repugnant to their spiritual
notions as unprofitable in a worldly sense. Please
pat these reflections in brackets, for they belong more
to the writer than the petition, but the petitioners do
say they are willing to compromise the matter by
amending the present statute so as to conform to the
original law from which it was garbled Six days
Wf thou labor." There are no ifj nor ands about
that. If thoa shall not do any work" on the Sab
bath, why is not one part of the law as morally
binding as the other ?
Notwithstanding my prejudices in fovor of our
present puritanical law in regard to the observance
of the Sabbath, 1 must confess the petitioners are very
reasonable, perticularly in the application to this
country, where the people are so eager io avail them
selves of such laws for the sake of obtaining the
penalty or for the more detestable motive of curry
ing favor with their spiritual guides. Yes, I go in
for the present law, amended, so as to oblige every
vagabond to tcorA: six days and then rest on the
seventh, instead of vagabondizing all the week and
Sunday exert himself in laying traps to catch un
believers. The present law, taken in connection with
the climate and habits of the people, seems to invite
every one to idle away hi time for six days, and
then forces him to rest on the seventh, if his constitu
tion will endure it. . -"
Excuse me, Mr. Editor; when I took pen I had not
the most distant notion of saying anything about
petitions, but merely to correct a statement that
might possibly be believed by some cf your readers,
perpetrated by one of your correspondents signing
himself " Kona."
No people can have a higher opinion of Kona coffee
than the people of Hilo. We willingly and cheerfully
admit that Kona coffee is erjual to any coffee in the
world, not excepting the celebrated Mocha; in fact
we believe it to be superior to Mocha. In conceding
thus much we do not wish to be understood to have
a poor opinion of our own coffee. We know that if
Hilo coffee is properly cured it is equal to the best
coffee of commerce, the Kona and Mocha excepted.
I have no doubt " Kona" expressed what he be
lieved when he stated that people of Hilo had labeled
1 vi a .7 . n
uu oum mcir cuuee us jk.ona 19
sary lor me to wv, that "Kona
is much less
opinion ot the tagacity of Honolulu merchants than
Hilo has to suppose they could thus easily be taken
in. 1 have no doubt there has been plenty of Hilo
coffee sold as Kona, but not to Honolulu merchants.
The Hilo coffee crop will be light this year.
Yours, kc, Hilo.
Ms. Editoh: Judging from recent intimations,
there is a prospect of the country being cursed with
a high tariff, as high as 15 percent, on a large class
of merchandise, while the duty on that curse to the
country liquors is to be reduced.
I, for one, consider this a suicidal policy for the coun
try, and that it should not be adopted; and I trust
the Legislature will be slow in substituting a policy
which has worked well for one which I have not a
doubt will be the means of causing a stagnation in
business, of driving away ships, and of greatly dimin
ishing the enterprise of the country.
As the Legislature seems about to be "bluffed off,"
and their services dispensed with in carrying on the
affairs of the nation, will it not be well for the repre
sentatives of the people to understand their position,
and not emasculate themselves by allowing two or
three Cabinet Ministers and an irresponsible Privy
Council to thrust them aside as of no account, while
the rights of the people and of the business commu
nity are considered of less importance than a stand
ing army, and a full purse fur a few tavored individ
Plantation lor Sale !
TITCOMD COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT HANALEI, KAUAI,
Is offered f T s!e. Tbe Land of the Plantation eomprijies up
wards of 1050 Acre, and has upu it dO.OOO ('Ore
Trres. The estate is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. Fur full particulars and Urms of sale, inquire of
103-U B. W. FIELD.
.71. 3. Ilarrey,
H0CSE, SHIP.SiGV i ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
A'.VC STREET, WEAR I ORT, HOSOLULU.
ALL KINDS OP WORK IX II IS LINE
will be executed with disaatcn, and in a style second to
none ' I0a-tf
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
TIIE - SHADY BOWER" PREMISES,
In Xuuanu Valley, lately orcupM by Mr. A. K. Clark,
'i adjoining the residence of Mr. M. Bwkith. Y terms
apply 10 V. J. GCI.ICK,
loi4t Or Q. U. Of LICK.
OF THE HOXOLl'LC FREE SCIIOOI,
on W ED ESl'A V. June 23, at 10 o'clock, a. M. Exercises
In Heading, Spelliug, Arithmetic, CompokiUou, Ac, closins; with
Ieclamauona. fer order. 103-lt
f TO BAKBRS.
IOR SaLE OR TO HIRE. ONE DOUG II-
breaking and one Biscuit-Cutting Machine. Apply to
103-3t GOD HEY RHODES.
mOAEY TO IiEIVD !
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
TEHT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
' - -Sith Slate or Woixlen Beds, and Hi ELAN '3 CELE
BRT COMBINATION Cl'SIIIONS, all complete. Also
On handVr Ckah Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, fce. Apply to
RAAV BILLS OF
in sums to suit, as follows s
Shoe and .
rexel A Co
K A. J. k
A. 1. Uuot Co
H. W. Connor A Co
Benoist, Shaw 4 Co
Jrmokrort-the-Main, 1 0erm
gair ai Isscaa Tatasraa, under open policies, in the follow
ing Earned offices in New York 1 Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co.;
Sun Mutual Insurance Co.; Union Mutual Insurance Co.; Pa
cine Mutual Insurance Co. PracaasB CKanriCiTsa or Deros
rr oraca aacBasce, and transact a general Banking Bosi-
vil4m E. W. CHURCH.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
THE DAIRT FARM AT KAWAIHAE-
LJ I KA. Hawaii, seven niilea from the port of Kawaibae,
2Crith 600 acres of enclosed land. For particulars inquire
of JAMES A. LaW, in Hoootuiu,
102-tf Or L. B. LINCOLN, on the premise.
S SUBSCRIBERS UA . 3 U V utei
plied with complete sets of this sterling magaaitv, from the
Brst number issued.
Price ner """" f 5.
H. M. WHITNET.
A FEW COPIES OF THE PAMPHLET
entitled " Notes 00 the Grammar of tbe Ponape Dialect,"
recently published, tor sale Price 60 cents.
IOJ-60I H. M. V-HTTNEY.
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK " PORTED A,w
3SI Toxa, raa aaGisras, worm lcatb -
POSITIVELY OX THE FIRST OF MAY,
M. with a splendid assortseot W -
SELECTED JlfD MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY
FOR THIS M S.IKET.
H. B. Samples of Dry GcwtVexnected in about a month.
Early application fur FIBT-iTE feTYLESof Print and fancy
Qomia shuuld Le made ltwOer to secase them. - Apply to
Honolulu. Jons 2. 101-tf aOBT. C JANlua.
TURKS ISLAND SALT.
For sale by
mas. wswwini t.
FOR THE FAX. I. SKASO
B. W. FIELD
that he will receive, by tbe American clipper bark
' 3VX BIjIT -AT !
That left BOSTON FOR HOSOLCXr, Febraary 23d, and ex-
pecKa to amre nere atnut June 2aui,
A Large Assortment of Merchandise
Adapted to the Trade of these Island.
SALES TO ARRIVE WILL BE MADE.
TBS ASSOBTMZST CONSISTS IS FART Or THE FOLLOWIXG S1MED
Superfine bine sheet in p, Atlantic bleached cottons.
jli. ana o. Drown cottons, I! lack Alpacca,
Plaid lawns. Ail pinlt prints.
Extra nit carpets. Fine Coho blankets.
Black cotton, umbrellas, &e.
Sardines, in half boxes.
Sardines, in or boxes. 1st sort bops.
Pineapple cheese, Suprrinr butter,
English codfish. No 1 mackerel.
Cods tongues, dried apples. Enclish dairr cheese.
Best qual. Imf Sugar, best crushed sugar, best granulated sugar,
nennea iara, Wletl Currants,
Dried corn meal. Ground rice.
FRESH BEAT CAROLINA RICE.
Pembroke salt, Sweet marjoram.
Summer savory, Sage.
TOBACCO, ASSORTED BRANDS.
Paints, Oils, Ac.
Mystic lead. Premium tine,
Cpal varnish, Bright Tarnish,
Whiter hxllc, Oranjre mineral,
Black' paint, Chrome yellow,
Verriitiris, Chrome green,
Boiled linseed oil. Spirits turpentine,
And a large variety of Painters' Brushes and Tools.
MANILA CORDAGE, all sizes;
Manila cnttimr falls;
Manila hawsers; ,
RUSSIA CORDAGE, all sizes;
S puny urn, Mnrlin,
HARDWARE AND NAVAL STORES.
PAPER AND STATIONERY.
A complete assortment of Counting and Office Stationery.
Fine Cold Tevcr Watches,
Fine Cold Lie pine Watches,
Fine Silver Watches,
Watch Crystals and Keys.
Ex. 3-honp pails,
Fancy work baskets.
Oval covered market baskets.
Round covered market baskets,
Brass rimmed pails.
Laundry baskets, -
Coffee mills, ass'd sixes
:ams, prime pork,
PILOT BREAD, BURTON ALE.
CEDAR SHINGLES, BRICKS,
SALT WaTER soap, gunny bags',
SHEET LEAD, assorted,
ANT. FARINA COLOGNE.
Saddlery, fcc., Sec.
BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
THE SUBSCRIBER tVILL RECEIVE
New Books by Express from New York and San Fran
cisco by every regnliir packet. By the next packet he will re
ceive the following, all new books :
Dr. Livingston's Travels and Researches in outb Alnca, illus
trated $4 60.
Poets of the 19th Century. 132 enirravinKS, richly bound, 4to
Atkinson's Seven Tears in Siberia and Tartary $5.
Isaac Taylor's World of Mind, 12mo 1 75.
Scenes of Clerical Life beine the Sad Fortunes of Iter. Amos
Barton, (orifrinally published in Blackwood.) 75c., paper cover.
Debit and Credit ; by Ur. Bunsen fl .d.
European Acquaintance being Sketches of People In Eu
rope $1 60.
Mrs. Stourney's 41 Lncy inward " J 1 80.
Tbe Hasheesh Eater being passages in the Life of a Pytha-
gorian $1 75-
The Happy Home; ny Kirwan 11.
History of the Origin of the U. S, Constitution; by Geo. W.
Hydes's and Ferris Mnrmonism $1 75.
California and its Resources, illustrated 1-3 25.
Mrs. rialrs Receipt Book, (new and enlarjred edition,) $2.
1 iss Leslie's New Cook' Book, (new and enlarged edition.) $2.
103-2t II. M. WHITNEY.
Pleasant Valley Kesidcnce for Sale.
WILL RE SOLD. IF APPLIED FOH BOON,
that pleasant Cottape, situated in Nuuana Valley, now
oecupit-d by Capt. J. Col .In, opposite tbe residence of Ir. O.
This cottage was built two years since, of the best materials,
and nnlsbal inside and out in the best manner, and contains
The Parlor 14x24 feet;
Two Bed Rooms, 14x18 feet;
One Bed Room lixlO feet.
Also Diniast room, pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, stable
andcarriage h-Qi", ami an abundant supply of good water.
The lot contains one acre, and title f-e simple.
The premise can be examine 1 at any tinv, upon application
to Captain Collins, and for particulars apply to him or
101-tf . A. P. EVERETT.
FOR. SALT: TO ARRIVE!
I PER BARK "MELITA," FROM BOSTON
Ts Arrive nba.t .Ipar 21at ''J
rXCLUDIXG MERCHANDISE FROM ENQ
L LAN I) Gioi!s that aie positively
3T SCARCE IN THIS MARKET !
I And some of which the undersigned knows every Country Store
wants. The old maxim will yet be continued, in reference to
some of the mst d-.-xirable irood. vi : $mnll pmflts quick
returns V 100-tfl JOHN THOMAS WATERHOl SE.
milOSE WHO WISH TO
-V nnrrhfl. can. hv CAllin? on the nn-
ders:gned, convince themselves that
Grorer Sc Raker's Fumily
are to be preferred to every ttthr, for six good reasons.
100-tf u. r. ji in, agent in uie uaw. lsiamis.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
mlfK COPARTNERSHIP II KRETOFORE
1 existing under the name and style of ElV RD3 & WAL
TON, is this day dissolved, having expired ny limitation, ine
affairs of the late firm wi'l be liquidated by A. 8. EDWARDS,
who will continue the holraMlr Liqnsr BsaisrM,
t iob Krsnt strrl under the name ana styie or a. o.
EDWARDS A- CO. A. S. KDWAKD3,
N. C WALTON.
The undersigned respectfully call your attention to their full
anl varied stock of W'inra and Lid son. which has lately
been replenished hv recent arriva's from Kurope and the East-
em States, and which will be afforded at lowest market pnees-
San Francisco, April 30, 18o9.
100-tf A. S. EDWARDS k CO.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
aTTNDERSTANDING THAT TIIErE ARE
J rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over leaae a cettain house In this town, now occu
pied by another party. I proclaim it to be false and a base fab
rication; in proof of which I would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. .-. lleuek, who are
Ltbe only parties able to negotiute for the aoove premises.
T ar v ank - POO
x.u n aivu d v iucao.
At the leanest of Mr. E. Burgess, we hereby declare, that th
ormrfte pormed ny him id rerereace to tne aoore mAiter nas neea
rrictly just anrt honoraoie. joii.i nu.i iuuuuii,
May 81, 148. 101-om 111. 1;. iiLn.a.
HOUSE CARPENTER, 4c,
KWa STREET. akARLYOPPOSlTE THE BETHEL,
RESPECTFULLY INTIMATES THAT
be is prepared to execute any work in the above line, and
opes to merit a share or punuc patronage. jvz-u
asainst me will please present them for settlement on
or before the first of July, 1853, and those indebted are request
ad to eall and settle, or their accounts will be left with an At
torney for eollecUon. 102-3t WM. WOND,
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed Administrator of the Estate of Henry Brown,
late of Waimea. Hawaii, deceased. Intestate, hereby givee notice
to all persons having claims against said estate, to present the
same; and all person tnaeoteu vo we same, are nqomea 10
make immediate pavment. iajho A. rAtiB,
Hilo, Hawaii, May 22, 1858. 101-U administrator.
-WAVING THE INTENTION TO LEAVE
II these Islands, I have sold my business of taking Ambro-
types, etc.. to Mr. froebe, and thank the public lor the patron
agel have had. H. STANGENWALD.
Honolulu, May 1, 183S.
HONOLULU AMBROTTPE AND DAGUER
I TAKE THE LIBERTY TO INFORM MY
friends and the pontic in general, that I have bought from
Mr. Stangenwald the business of taking Ambrotypra, Photo
graphs and Daguerreotrpea, and hope that the public will give
toe the same patronage Mr. Stangenwald has enjoyed. I prom
ise tbe strictest attention. t9-tf1 TH. W. FROEBE.
SSAVIDGE BEGS TO INFORM HIS
a frfenda. aa a mutual protect too, be will not deliver any
goods to Chinese or Native servants, unless they either bring
tbe money, a written order, or a passage book. May ga. 100 tf
ALHAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
TMECAUr STREET, ABOVE THE COR
XSt ner of Hotel street, Uonololo. Sandwich Islands.
Lonch at an fcuurs Mean 2 cents. - "
atf K. V 8PTDE!f, Proprietor.
CUE AD !
V v w sal by
A. F. MTCZTTT.
TO ARRIVE BY THE MELITA.
E. 0. Hall ofTers for Sale :
Sheet sine, Hunt's axes;
DRT GOODS, fcc
Riches, fine ribbons ;
Ladies', infants', children's.
Axe hatchets, shinelinr do:
C. 8. shovels, spades, boes;
Rakes, manure forks, bog hoes;
Tea kettles, sauce pans;
Baled kettles, iron pots;
Nests tin trunks and nails;
boys' and misses' assorted
Brown and white table damask:
Assorted table napkins;
Assorted fruit napkins
White flannel, crash;
Pins, plated forks, with ivory Linen toweling, hackabuck;
Handled knives to match; ;pat lace, black Iringe;
Sewing birds, drawing pencils;
India rubber hair pins;
Fishhooks, pearl buttons;
Satin ribbons, elastic do;
Brown and black tafeta ribbons;
Perforated board, bugiry lamps; Velvet ribbons, black crape;
Assorted planes, dog collars; jSerpentine braid, tapes;
1BHJ KUIfCB, PCC CUKCn)
Assorted tea trays;
Whips and whip lashes;
Mohair mita, Italian silk;
Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding cloves;
Whitewash, flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
and shoe brushes; .Hickory shirta, denim;
Sail twine, box graters; 1 and 2 bushel bags;
Ruled fxlscap and bill paper; 'Heavy ticking, brown drills;
Augur bits, chopping knives; !Brown cottons, wicking;
T-hinges, log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping cord;
Dogchains. cow and sheep bells; Blue ami whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, brass and Tidy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; :Boot webbing, silk umbrellas,
Bench and hand screws; Etc., etc., etc
israu awls, padlocks;
Door and chest locks, assorted;'
Gimp tacks, rivets; Tierces Carolina rice;
focket knives, assorted screws; nutmegs, curry powuer;
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;
Eagle plows, No. 20;
Hone plows, side bill plows,
Harrows, hayrakes, cradles;
Ox bows and yokes;
Cattle leaders and bull rings;
Guarded lanterns, lamps;
Solar lamps and extra globes;
Oyster and milk crackers;
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
Do buskins and slippers;
Do calf do, thick wde;
Do India rubhershilds do
Do goat bootees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
t'o goat slippers;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do tldn sole;
S ilarchimneys. hanginr lamps;
Plated castors and extra bottles;
Misses' and child's ass'd boots,
Tuns, pails, buckets, trunks;
shoes and buskins,
C. S. and W. & rocking chairs;!
Kj. b. cliairs, looking glasses;
Single and double high-post
Zinc paint, pure lead, and sun
dries too numerous to mention
At SAiH. S AVIDG E,
KING STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHURCH.
EST P II A H A HAMS. SMOKED HAMS;
French fruits. In syrup,
Sardines, S'a!l tins,
Sanlines, large tins,
Fine Oolong Tea,
Fine Gn-en Tea,
Fresh linns ted Coffee,
Assorted Scotch Biscuits,
Salt Water Soap,
I' east Powders,
Fine Table Salt,
Carbonate of Soda,
Ac, Ac. Ac
English Dairy Cheese,
California Cream Chee9e,
Light Brown Snsar,
Crushed Loaf fcu;;ar.
Fresh Corn Meal.
Assorted Meats and Soups,
Assorted Knglih Fruits,
Assorted English Jams,
Assorted Erglteh Jellies.
Assorted Knglish Sauces,
Assorted KngliFh Pickles,
English Green Peas,
French Green Peas,
White Wine Tinegar,
Fresh Peaches, in tins,
Fresh Quinces, in tins,
Roaated Coffee, pricked in tin,
for Ship'a Uae. OS-tf
XiEWIS eft? WOI1TON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
TMIE SUBSCRIBERS would inform their friends.
Shipmasters, ami the public generally, that they will be
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on Fort
Street, two doors below the Drui; Store of Dr. Judd, and directly
opposite the Store of Mr. B. W. Field. All orders with which
they may be favored, will be thankfully received and promptly
XT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAGING. XX
N. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
93-tf GEORGE W. WORTON.
NOW LANDING EX YANKEE,"
AND FOR SALE, WHOLESALE AND
c3L retail, by the undersigned :
Pieces superior black Alpaceas;
Paramattas, black broadcloth; ,
Black and colored silk uinbreliai;
Super calfskin shoes, ties, etc.;
Cotton and half wool pantaloon stulf, choice patterns;
An assortment of house-pajier, wide and narrow bordering;
Cologne water, Florida, water;
Cases an:! keirs iery superior pale brandy;
95-tf Etc.; etc, etc. vos HOLT & nEUCK.
PAPER ! ,
iECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
SO r'-ams white ruled cap aper,
60 reams blue unruled cap patter.
20 reams white and blue ruled paper,
150 reams assorted qualities blue ruled letter paper,
100 reams assorted qualities white ruled letter aper,
60 reams white, blue and plain note paper.
125 reams various qualities thih French, English and .Amer
ican letter aud Qatcap papers.
For sale cheap by
6-tf H. M. WHITNET.
A ND FOR SALE BV J.
J.jk. arrive per 44 Melita," from Boston, U
IS 1 pure J-& F-Martc11'' Brandy
&0 cases Champapne Cider;
100 kegs, 10 gallons each, whisky.
NEW GROCERIES !
YANKEE. FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ilamblin A Baker's Oysters;
New Ca ifornia Cheese;
Fresh Jenny Lind cakes, In tins.
At wholesale, by C. A. It II. F. POOR.
A SMALL QUANTITY OF PURE FINE
x9l BRAN DY, warranted superior to any in the market.
Also Cases genuiue Hosteller's bitters. For sale by
95-tf J. C. SPALDING.
INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB.
and every branch necessary for an accom
plished Navigator, taught in the most thorough and practical
manner, by DANIEL SMITH,
93-tf Residence, Smith street.
Raisins. For sale by (93-tf T.
MOSSMAN A SON.
milE SUBSCRIBER will have constantly on hand
JL best Hawaiian Beef, packed in Turks Island salt, and war
ranted, under tbe supervision of James ftlakee, fcsq., for sale by
31-tf UJ1A3. VKLn JvK ZD.
raiHE SUBSCRIBER has for sale a lot of Blacksmith's
M. Tools, suitable for plantations such as Anvils, Hammers,
vices, sc., at reaucea prices.
OS-tf. HENRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
fN PACKAGES OF ABOUT SO POUNDS
L each, for sale by (94-tf J. F. COLBURN.
"AT OS. 5 AND 6. OF VOLUME 35, HUNT'S
11 MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE Inquire at this office M-U
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
IN Q.UARTER-BBL TINS For sale by
94-tf B. W. FIELD.
JUST RECEIVED FROM
Cisco, and for sale by 94-tf
B. W. FIELD.
NO. 2 CHEROOTS
17WR SALE BT
3. M. SMITH It CO.
EIGHT DOLLARS A CORD!
rUHE UNDERSIGNED ARE CONSTANT-
JL ly in receipt of good KOA FIREWOOD. For sale at the
above price. 97-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
7irO. 1 CHINESE RICE. SO LB. SACKS,
V for sale by
A. P. EVERETT.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE
ENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATER
For sale by (91-tf
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
GERM AN RAT POISON For sale by
91-tf E. HOJTMAH.
TENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS
Ur . :.Vor sale by
J. M. SMITH CO,
70-tf i- Corner of Foit and Hotel streets.
rfupraioa firis and tuizi? proof
K ssBadbyIIeamIilosViiwtato4on. TH
by - A. F. KVEXia. r.
Ships ci Good Capacity -t
CAN OBTAIN 12
Return Cargoes, or AdTactsgeoos
TO LOAD WITH
CJUAJVO AT JARVISlSIiAlI
AND PROCEED DIRECT
rTW NEW TORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
' in the United States, that maybe agreed on. Moorings
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of hips'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to th 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, 185S. 83-tf
S AUD "W I C IT ISLAHD
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE C. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
will be despatched quarterly from- Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May r Jane,
September aad December.
For further particulars see special advertisements In daily
yayrm ui tue buuto monuis. .
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE. .
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
07 commercial w hart, Boston.
t. U XXELi),
Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field,
Sutton A Co.
Cook A Snow,
GENERAL PURCHASING AGENCY,
No. 78 Broad war New York.
ARDERS PROMPTLY FILLED AND F0&-
Shawls, seal rings, lace, leather, books, boots and shoes,
Daguerrean chemicals, clothing, furniture, fancy goods.
Tools, machinery, gun and pi.tols. jewelry, wines.
Cigars, fine groceries, silver wvre, hard ware, seeds, etc.
Goods forwarded by Express or by Ship, as may be desired.
commission rrrc rca ctsr.
All orders should le accompanied by remittances.
XT Refers to R. COADY A CO., Honolulu. 100-tf
WKI.T.S, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let-
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo A Co., san Francisco or New lork. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California aud coast routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. lS66-tr. K. COADY A CO.. Agents
Freeman Ac Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United State. Soath America.
jftffi Canada and Europe,
CON.Ntim.NU I.N NEW TORE WITH THE AM ERICaX-BuBOPBAa XX-
FRES3 COMPANY TO ECROPB.
fiOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR-
jl warded and insured on upen policies, nem nrom tne best
Insurance Comtianies in New xork and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in cliarge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal pons oi tne west coast oi soutn
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving- Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attend to with dispatch.
Prineioal Office a.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
KECEIVED PER "ANTILLA,
Bremen, and for sale by the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints
do mourning do
dv of Madapolams
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do Victoria lawn
do jaconets A mull muslin
do bwiss muslin and robes
do book mualui
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do laa'u do
Bales erab. cambric handkfs.
do table linen
do linen tape, do thread
do Water's best qual. 6-Cord
do sup. white flannel
do pcd. woolen table-cover
do tafctas, oiled silk
do wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
do ladies' veils, asstd qual.
do black quitts
do scariet aad blue blanket!
do sofa carpets
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars.
Bracelets, cois'ures, kid gloves, cs assorted silk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stocking:, do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirts
Ladies riding hats (great variety), Amazonia hats
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety
English siik umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Iiadies' fancy note paper and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd flagons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of diffurent qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Scarlet aud blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirta and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common folt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk suspenders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirrups 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
Sharing brushes, hnir do, lamp do, pocket books
Water bottles (stone), room paper and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
Table knives aud forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors aud Jack knives, smalt chains, hooks and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, locks, spunges. Ivory combs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisors
Ladies' pen and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Inkstands,match boxes, plated baske's, Ac
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea and coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
For sale by
62-;r , H. HACEFELD CO.
For sale by ' CHAS. BREWER 2d.
18-tf , Agent.
Old copper and composition, and
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash price
will be allowed by
45-tl VUAB. ISJLEW&JljZn.
FOR SALE BT THE UNDERSIGNED,
tbe following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 250 to 300
tons, vis :
1 new Topsail;
-1 new Foresail-,
1 new T. M. Studding Bail;
1 main Royal;
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, )
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, Neri .
1 Spanker, ("
1 Top Galiantaail, J
J set Iron strapped Cutting-iu Blocks, with chain pendants,
complete. 93-tf J. W. BSOW.
AND FOR SALE BT
T. AfOSSiWAN A BON.
CiM 4mrir TO BE LENT on mortgage of real
n 4Bt"lF VF "l" estate, at moderate interest, in sums to
suit borrowers. Apply to
Honolulu, Dee. 33, 1857.
fTJiORTER AND CHAMPAGNE GLASSES,
or various styles, ail ttne cui glass. TomMera and Uoo
lees do. For sale by -. -
86-U Yoa HOLT HXUCK.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, doable, and children's;
tiugar Mills, Copying Presses, Coffin Fund cure, Brass ware
Chests of Tools, Door ncrapers Ac fcr sale by
Jjl l-f ROBERT C J ANION.
NOTICE TO COASTEHS. '
A BELI OUOY HAS DEBIT PLACED INT
xA IS fathoms water, from which th Spar Buoy at tke en
trance of th channel beats N.W. by N. -
- , H. J. B. E0LCSWORTB,
Honolulu, March 19, 185J. . (91-tf) u Larbor Master.
, , ; i s : 1
; JUST UECEIVED FROiJ EUCOPE !
GrrruKmc tsrejira cxTttirr-vwafcy
UJ in. UJTWUAXJI.
BY A, P. EVERETT.
TDI0 DAY, x
THURSDAY, JUNE 17. AT 100CIK, A.M.
At Salesroom, will be sold a large and varied assortment of
merchandise, consisting in part of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Orocerie, Paints,
3 casks Carolina Rice, Fkrar, Matches,
Cooking Stoves, a tew hbls Superior Potatoes,
House and Lot in Nnuanu Valley.
TUESDAY, JUNE , AT IS O'CLOCK J-
On the premises, will be sold that
Valuable House and Lot -
On the Nuuana Road, between the residences of Mr. Peck with
and John H. Wood. The Lot has a frontage on Nuuana Road
of 73 feet, and runs back 234 feet, upon which is a NEW ONE
8T0RY HOUSE, 30 by 40 feet, containing sU rooms, with all the
One splendid BUILDING LOT adjoining the same, (2 feet oa
auuanu Koad, and running back Z0 leet.
At the same time, the Fl'RNITURB of the Boas.
Plans can be seen at the Auction Rooms.
Terms at sale.
Lot of Land I . .
THURSDAY, JUNE 24, AT 1 1 O'CIK, A.M
On the premises, will be sold the following described piece
Commencing on the makai side at the N. W. corner of Kaboo-
waha's lot, running N. aeo0 W., 1 chain 14 feet fc inches, to W.
comer of Kauaina s lot: thence N. 00 E. 56 feet, along lot of
Kauai na ; thence ft. 63 K. 1 chain 53 feet 4 inches, to B.
corner of Kauaina's: thence S. 40 E. 1 chain 9 feet 4 inches to
K. E. corner of Kahoowaha's lot, on tbe mauka edge of the nar
row path running to this lot; thence S. 65 30 W. 1 chain M
feet, along Kahoowaha's; thence S. 68 30 W. 1 chain SO feet
Inches to place of commencement, containing 1 rood 10 rods.
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 of
JSiijf lish U !, selected expressly lor this market, con
sisting in part oi
Bales of 6-4 Prints, assorted styles;
blue 8erge Shirts;
" blue Serge Pants;
" Drawers, Saxony Wool Shirts;
Cases of black Coburgs;
" black Lustres;
" assorted Lustres.
French Merinos, assorted colors; .
Fancy Silk Veils. Dressing Cases;
Imitation Shell Combs, Silk Udkfs;
Black Bilk, Silk Neck Ties;
Colored Woolen Shirts, Horse Cloths;
Invoice of Superior CLOTUINO, thick and thik;
" Men's, Women's and Children's Hats;
Ac, Ac, Ac.
A. P. EVERETT. Auctioneer.
B. F.' SNOW
rkFFERS FOR SALE. In lou to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, the fjllowlng merchandise :
Grey merino shirts.
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
White " "
Red flannel "
Women's white cotton hose,
W hite and grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts.
White L B shirts.
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers. White linen handkerchiefs. .
Beets and Shoe.
Calf Congress boots,
En'ind leather Congress boots.
Assorted pickles, half gals.
Gherkins, half gab),
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cat tobacco, in tin fott.
Superior Black Tea,
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables. Russia cordage, assorted sises.
Manila whale line, Afanila cordage, assorted sises,
Sail needles, cut nans, 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 3 solar lamp chimneys
Sheaths and belts.
Walnut cane seat chairs,
Hingham buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue banting,
Swrm aad Palar Oil. cc Ace.
1 Brawa's Whaling Gam astel Irataa.
Iadia Rasher Has, af iaeh mm 1 lach,
Bra Haae Pipe, Lead Pipe.
Ate, . &c Ate. 3-tf
fllHE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
' I leave the kinedom. offers for sale the premises now occu
pied by himself, known as the MCaaaierelal Hatel.
including the Stables adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful eon
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of oue superior Billiard
Table, In first rate order, bar fixtures, etc
Th Lre mf the Lat on the corner of Nuuanu aad
Beretania streets, known as the u Circus Lot," and the Lease of
the "Hauanu Baths."
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
HcnohUu, April 22, 1859. 95-tf
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP-
I pointed Guardians of the person and property ot WILLIAM
C. LL'N ALILO, son of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons indebted :o him to make Immediate
payment : and all persons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. AUSTIN, Ho
nolulu, J. W. AUSTIN.
Feb. 22, 1853. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED, GUARDIANS OF
the person and property of WILLIAM O. LUNALILO,
son of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust,
ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by turn. J. w. AL8T1N,
Feb. 22. 1S53. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
existing between Samuel Savitlge and Henry May as
Grocers aud Provision Merchants, is this day dissolved, by
mutual consent. All persons having .claims against th late
firm are requested to present them for payment.
Honolulu, April 29, 1S53.
During my altsence from Honolulu, Mr. Savidge is authorised
(by Power of Attorney) to transact any business on my behalf.
Apru 4, isaa. VO-U llMtI MAX.
Grocer, Coffee Roaster, and Provision Merchant, King stint,
near the Bethel, Honolulu. vo-tl
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Stephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having demands against said estate,
to present the same ; and ail persons uxieotcl to tbe same, I
hereby requested to make unmediate payment.
JAMES W. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, January 22, 1S58. 83-tf Administrator.
AIAj persons having demands
against me, wilt please present them for settlement imme
diately ; and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts wm be If it with an attorney lor col lection.
XT The subscriber hereby gives notice that be will pay a
acuta contracted witnoot nis written order.
Honolulu, April 20, 1858, 05-tf
rwiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed Attorney in Fact and Age-1 for L. H. ANTHON,
Esq,., during his absence from the Hawaiian Islands, begs to
intima'e to all persons having claims against him, that fa win
be prepared to settle and liquidate the same antil the ftrst f
June next, after which all tbe books will be forwarded to Eu
rope. The undersigned also requests all parties indebted to Mr.
L. H. Anthon, to pay these amcants to him.
Honolulu, April 11, 1858. M-t THEOD. 0. HEt CK.
THE UNDERSIGNED intends ieavinc this kingdom
soon, an I will be glad to receive all bills against aim
also he requests that those who are indebted to him either per
tonally, or as the Agent of the Hudson's Bay ComDanr. will
settle their debts immediately at his office, because ia default of
payment such bills wiu oe turn tor.
(Signed) ROBERT CLOUBTOK.
I. 0. 0. F.
nOITNESIA ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1 C-
mT der the jurisdiction of tbe R. W. O. Lodge of the Called
States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are held oa
the 1st and Sd Friday evenings of each month. Essiilsnt aad
visiting members are respectfully invited to attend. Per orders
. Honolulu, March 10, 1858. tfO-tf 0. P.
"E CLAMPSUS V.M!
mJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TC2
il Mystic Emblem of the Ancient and Honorable Order ef
EC. V." has been received per bark Tanfce, aad th
signed has been duly appointed . u. K C lor the
of forming branch of the 0. M. C. In Honokila. East
transient brothers will please report themsstve oa r hrjro th
2J W. of the 4th D. E C. V., so as to be ivMe4 wWA ta B. f
oar A. and H. Order, . J. fcMtl -1. AJr stnt, -.
4-tf U. W. 1. a. X C. of Ci)at-jw U. X.
Toe UN"nrisioNi:D nAVir j rc
the premise. Mr. J. FOX, be-s le t - res
its wiU enter there- on January lat, 1. f .
basineas as heretofore, A RSpectfhCy sos a
the patronage so liberally ?-estowed ?oa t-H r
- c- t L i .
' N. Bj Th balanos of Iry Caediat U a
street, sslUns; otf cheap.
: dt jcnn f coLctrtitte
rRIDAT, JUNE IS. at IO 0Cfam. A.
At SALESROOM, will be ssM a arr- sswartsieut of easfat
Merchaadise, such as
Dry Ooods, Clothing, .
. ooU, AlKMa, HaU, Caa, .
Oroeeries, Pnuled FraKs,
Dried FraHs. etc. ote
And many tbur aruclsa too amaersat t i
itare mmA IIcrfae
Curable Csildir ictaf
Oi TUESDAY." JUNE 9. JLTjlAtZ&AZ7
IS O'CLOCKi P. Mm
Ob the premises, will be sold, for account of Estatt of th
ti.Bt. JOHN, a
tSnililutt Lot oa Kim CtrMt,
nearly opposite the Palace.
a Lota, canter Klag aid Alafal atraeta.
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THP LOTTCTT
market rates large assortment of Ooods, isoastly reoetv
d from SsMt Frasscasea and Lirtrsul Assossjtbssa
Whit cottons, shirtings.
White cotton drill, madapotams,
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blue prints,
v hxws drillln. reeatta smtrbk "
Fancy shirts, whit shirts, linen fittings, hickory sJrts,
v:u ..v.! xtrinMl eotton undershirts. 1
Mv. nnflerahlrsa. children's socks, white and red dritisl.
wi.:. MiniuM l.nm Bmt of Unatf" drills. Vieuah
Thick and trowserings, superfine broadcloth, saedima d
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans sue, peacne wt
Embr'd cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, Russell eord eoat,
Tweed and other uowsers, womea'ssbuiii, assiwtss, -Men's
shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. bdkte, silk necktiea,
Felt hats (assrtd), cord,
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel Jackets, linen drill
,..11.1. mm. nirkfea. sanees. Mack pepper,
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, doves, oatmeal, taMosatt,
Capers, ansa nerns, bonaoa nuut tuki
lead, aasorted Enclish files. -
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing aafts,
Garden chairs, bronse hat stands, cook's ladles.
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted oora screws.
r-KL. li ilii.. Airlr. MPVM. 1
knives, forks, carvers, ana Bssa
Ch-si locks, barrel bolts, try paas,aTa.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates, j .
Hoop Iron, aasorted iron, screw wool press,
- Garden rollers, irou field gates, hand galea.
Banished bits, sail needles, -
. pump tacks, electro-plated war, forsa,twta.
Aacaar aad Caaia.
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret. .
Old Tom, hock, crabapple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Eire bricks, blue and whites saddles, bridles, belt, dairy satt
Liverpool pickung salt, St. Ubes packing salt, pipest
Black, yellow and green paint, hemp rope, Manila ropej
Hemp canvas, osnaburg, strong wide bagging, wool bagSi
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd i v
Dinner pUtes, soup pl&les, 6 inch plates, flat dbaes, magai
FIREWORKS! FIR E170II IIS!
BY THE ELIZA k ELLA
RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF FIRST
quality FIREWORKS from th celebrated saafastarers
Uotst at Co., of Boston.
Batteries of Mines,
Batteries of Cualtt,
- Large Batteries,
Mines on Strips,
Shells on Strips,
Wkeelo, CoPd Center,
ICames of Prominent Persons. Sl-t
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD.
TC. BOYD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
his customers that be designs and engraves every Morip
tion of Advertising Cats, Views of Buildings, Goods, Wares.
Patent Articles, Portraits, Labels, Masonic, Odd weOesr aau ,
Temperance Seals, Notary Public and County Seals, (brass er
wood,) Bill Head Vignettes, Newspaper Heads, Dcrioos er Comic
Book Illustrations, etc. STAiirs of every kind enfraved n p- ,
per, brass or wood. ISO Car STmaar, corner of Issaat,
N. B. All orders from the Islands, sent throagh H. If.
WHITyKY, Esq., Hooolulu, wUl be promptly eaecated. lSB-ly
LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH,'
OPTICIANS, CLAY STREET. SAN FEXAW
cisco. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Importers of
Optical, Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments, hav Srr
sale the largest assortment of Spectacles and Eye abuses oa the
Pacific Coast. Also, Ope ra Glasses, Telescopes, Drawing Inetra
ments, Spectacle Cases. Thermometers, Hydrometers, Magnetic
machines, Galvanic Batteries, Magic Lanterns, etc.
Messrs. L. A H. pay particular attention to th Speotaeis
branch of the business, having years of experience, and a peipjct .
knowledge of the art of adjusting and fitting the proper glasses
to the eye, and assisting and restoring the sight. .t
Persons at a distance wishing a pair of Spectacles, by sanding
a glass from the old pair in a letter, or stating their age aad tbe
distance from the eyes they can read small print, may preesrs
from as a pir to suit them, at the saaae price aa if they were
here In person to select them. loa-dm
f7HJR MARKING BOXES, BAGS, ate., CUT
IP to Order, at the lowest rates, by BLRKB A CO., tkV
Jacuox sTRBrr, Sax Faascuco. Also Names eat ia Coo
per, for marking clothes, books, etc., with indelible ink.
N. B. Orders left with the publisher of this paper, wU si- '
ways be promptly executed. lWf
TTtOR THE PURPOSE OF CLOSING OC .
IT our stock of Regalia, we will ofler it to the pubus at a a
mdtrable redaction from former low price. PsrOss ralrsrf
uegalia, wm find it to tneir aa vantage to supply
now. The stuck consists of -M.
M's aprons and ssshes a sopsrior smrs'farf
I. O. O t Flain and (aocv scarlet aprons and
P. O's aad Encampment Rich silk-velvet regalia, savtr aad ,
gold bullion. - ...
Royal Arch One handsome set.
1-tf lor sale by . C. A. a H- t. FCCaj
VS HEREBY GIVEN, that I hav
R. K. A. HElDoN as my Agent, with Power of
durinc mv sbaence from tbe Islands.
. Honolulu, March IS, 18M. 90-tf T. X. Tit 13.
THE rndersigned, during bis abseoae totVeCa!'
will be represented by Mr. JOHN F. POr v , jg
of AUoraey. (91-tf) P. O. Wl, 4J..
THE UNDERSIGNED, being absajt t Isasa f
kingdom for a few months, has appointed Tsaas W.
Bverett, lieq., as his Agent, by special Power sd Staars J sail
all persons an hereby lurbidden to treat any Cr mt to sty
mnty. cither mflt woman r ku .
P. E. TSSADWAY.
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MILK t KILSf
ATIOMPETITION AND RXDCCTICX O TZZZt
J being tbe order of the day, I would say UaQ paw t i .
ceiving MUk from -Puunul Bairy,n that the wul be ssrvi IS
all Umes with Port Milk at b very toww rrkwe.
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