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)s of foreign vessel is as nothing, eomoared
he bad Mood thejv cause, sad though the so
I 4ontrige8 of the British cruise's hTs been,'
nrt, exaggerated by political and commercial
ators. enough is known to prove that the prac
f searching renels under the American flag
,10 oe orougni at once to an end."
Atlantic Cablc We bare contradictory
;ts of the experimental cruise of the Atlantio
Squadron, which returned to Plytnoath on the
, Ane Jimtt reports that the experiments
Hite successful, and says :
s Agamemnon and Gorgon, arrived in lat.
X., long. 9" 82 W., about 200 miles from
L on Monday afternoon and left on Wednesday,
t made several successful experiments. Ttaa
f was fine ; depth of the sea, 2,530 fathoms;
t 21 miles. The cable was spliced four times.
1 Agamemnon and Jsiagnra separated, on
ion. nearly four miles. The ships were put
as speedH, and by the aid of the new appa
e cab'e withstood the strain in a satisfactory
Since the last trial the power of bauline in
greatly increased and improved. The cable
I out from the .Xiagara on one trial at the
tren knots, and from the A gamtmnon at the
Tjht knots per hour. Buoys were occasion-
;hed to the cable, which also passed from the
he bow, aad sometimes rested in a vertical
I Electrical mess-iires were sent throuzh the
n in various positions. The expedition is
I to start from Plymouth finally on Wednes-
;ner account stares tnat tr-e Tewels had ar-
m their experimental trip, after an ansae-
fnl of the payinjs-out machinery. About
yes of the cable were satisfactorily run out,
jrine to the fracture of the eye of the buoy.
I sal lenly parted, and experiments were in
pelifion was to take its final departure on
k and lonz before this th result is kuown in
. The utmost confidence of its success
' on both sides of the Atlantic,
ri correspondent of the New York FTitrtiH
an louttiully of the prrwnt aspect rf th'njrs
e. The more we see and bear, the more do
persuaded tlit someih're will be dor.e ere
Jivert the popnlir mind from subject whoe
jn mil -I be inimical tn th:tr asthnw ire. A
jn1 has 'eon pnt noon Fvenr-h joiin.ilim
ns the jtpeeeli of Mr. P:rrieli at Sh'iieli, fi-f it
e interest of the ' rench government to niM
fiie! to tlie fire r-oIiiee in England by the
km of the Fn-noh colonies Cut everything
B m 1ht i-niin'ry is wifrhH with cif like
, anil in Imlnm.itis circles I find but oneopin-
it a fernii tii2 nl tussle is not fir d'tant.
K D'ripliV speech Tvis been an awful Wot
rnrn'enierit to ti'I commercial transactu-ns
to Cfiirtnes cannot rlemcl. The
are s"horteninj their contract;".
in payment, thrw.n'X up tbeie leie, and
Ae adopf'ns a hind to mouth cyiem which
; but increase the tendency to commercial
jr and d'Coorgement.
deithf the Diirliess of tlrle-tns, and the suj-
'm it inevitably RVrs ss tothe fuuire possibilit'es
lice, happens perlnps rather unfortunately tor
rtw:n ft.t the present moment. Imperial
t at a discount, not wit hstanding the powerful
ireortel to for riparinj; the market nnd sup
X the truth. The election of M. Miireon for
t Rh:n, in despite of the ilirect instructions of
prr, throuzh tspinesse the Home .Minister,
Jits nominee, has all the effect of a personal
I the power of the would-be Director: His
prru'iienrs turn sciinsi mm. ine army on
ye mut entirely rely in the Ions run. aim not
khe mastery r.f France, but of the Emperor.
Trench squadron in the Pacific was to be rein-
1 the com maud given to Commander Sais-
rely enouzh while Fmnce is reactionist and
I despotic, wc have from the old center of
n despotL-tin M. Fetersburzh, the constant
pment of new reforms. The Emperor- is
p the serfs despite the opposition of the
B 1 land holler, and hiala-t innovation upon
j is the establishment of a Council of Minis
i pourt Circular says that Queen Victoria is
jr wy of mikin another addition to the royal
before the close of the year.
I India we bare news dated at Calcutta on
of M ly. The war was proecuted with vary
Jcess on either side. The releN had completely
teJ Az'nghur, but the British h id lost one
l men and four officers in an at'ack cn the
f liicour. Sir Colin Campbell bad marched
Jiwupore toward Rohilcun J.
Illuh Re d-featel the re'jels at Bul-Sir-,
about the S'hh April, killing 400. They are
z another stand aTCnlpee. TheNena, with ail
airy in B treaty, was trying to cross the Gan
jin his brother at Calfee, and thence to
Central ln.Jia. Uu.Ie is qmet. The Ta
rs are restore!, and the Zennndarce system
!ied Bihadoor bad arrived at Aziughur.
is been some slight disturbance cansed by a
ti in A-saui: a small detachment or Luropeans
x rkas haTinr followed them into the moun-
ad been repulseii with loa.
J. K. CHAJinEnLAIX,
at Law. OSce at II. rdmocd's. Kin; street.
Jnly 3 1 , 1858
dUTION OF TilE ANNIVERSARY OF
RESTORATION OF THE II. FLAG !
Sport on Wuikili Plaius!
HIRDI.K R41K-IIIS MA
J tali's fLRil, f.ir ail tlone. calch
wi-ihta, t- ta.e f ir l-ap l:tance one
mile -:,tr--iee I-e. f - mr b-t the
t pay 10 iuio liie Itciug Fund suod horse aavcj
fl M. W-tter o;mie "Will liill."
t apt. J. leea - -ol I liUl."
i . e. Mi i.J -Sir Heury."
I I- II. If yd Ulacii tai.w
I ir. i tliiMk.m."
tPPM.r. u5, M TriCK."
f P. :-t;o-r " l.TOiny.'-"
il otii'-r annjuiwl.
F. -.-iKr's Pure fir all untrained b'-rses '
(i.itt bei t.aif a lu:k tr.lTiau, 5. 11. .cltr
r -K .b l.y."
t'hr u...e Ihrre wi!l be Mh-r races. prticu!ars rf
1 lie a ie kinnrn g til- irrouin; aln, uauMi-ou - rt,
lie "t-rv-.is. d pia." "'iit'iwrr ik. " Mck tace" etc
t C Huuit j.cr at iftr o1
ni l-.' U fi urti - nill pl a-w a ply to Uk? Curo
.i 1 viU-fcj le ererte l oa liia groand fjr the COO-
ft the Mli(ie.
(f -J .iy Clu'i" will meet jiixhtly, at the Cnmer
nj, B-rta tlie . 10-f-lt
ce I5Iaiil:tlij:i Tor Sale !
TCOJIII COFFl.E PLANTATION,
I AT IIANALF.I, KAUAI,
t f r Tle Laixl 4 t!ie llantatim eompriset np-
loO .lerrs. and h upon it 30.000 I'wUre
f THe l.wio aid a-'latl t tiv cultivation of suirar
V estate Is tvMncmn hired, arxl will be lil by fee
Iki. Ir'oc foil particulars aod terms if sale, innuire of
It. W. FIKLU.
I A CARD.
VCNDERSIUNEO. FOR THE OWN-
f toe clvwuer KLiiAl LL'tdlt, recenUy ashore at
1 K.iaai. wishes, by this public card, to express hit
cratitolr tt Mr. II A. Widemaun. f T the ready as
ttKlered by hisa when the vessel first went ashore ; to
Ji L-ivell, U his prompt and zenerous hospitality and.
aid ; and to Mr. W. II. Bice, the local agrent of the'
illation, dr the fumishiiiar of ail means in his power to
rqaick d:s patch of repair on the vei-sel, botti by nia
persooal contribution. He would also aknowleilfre
t nf persooal olipatiocs from il r. 0. McBride to ad-
Interests he represented.
J. II. t'OLE.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
E CORAL STORK ON THE COR
of Merchant and Kaahamana streets occupied by
McKibbin. I oMeant- (riven oa the 6rst of Aafrust
premitte are 30 br 60 feet, and will be enckaed if
M the booe put In Tfxl order. If fold, the term
Vie easy. Inqn re of '
ta. July 26, 185. 10-tf ASHES B. BATES.
HE rXDKRSlCM-.D OFFERS ,r .
sale the LAND upon which be Is now living, sit-
LM in the I tMr.ct of K ma, llawah, eonsistinc of Z.
Acrrsnf worl land, encloseit with atone walla,
no ab.eit 2-X roffoe tree on the pLiee, which i
'I f r the culture of the ame. There is a fpwl dwel
Ir and e.iok l.i- with nnt-bniMin K.n. i . .w
. m j .v M0
. aH a irond sprinsr of water. Tites fee aitDbia. In.
is office, or of the undersigned on the .
awaH. July 1,1 S5S. 109-tf
YELLOW METAL, &c. .
S TEIXOW METAL. ASSORTFD
ikres CeaDpofltioa Kails, assorted ster. F sale by
B. W. FIELD.
TTIE INTENTION OP THE CYDER.
fleTe tMs Kinrd.itn. TlIOS C VilRAVIII.
h ' 10, 1S5. l9-3l . .
ERIOH LOT OPKOi nni rt.i p.
kiil. for ak fy
. - C. IL LEWERS. .
CN'T sraivc nrnn m..i ... i.
til AH. w. roJC, Cabioet Maker.
' - ' UiXel Street.
FRANCISCO PILOT BREAD ia
r -- .
OFFERS FOR. SALE
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND
CONSISTING OF A LAEGE ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTS AND OILS,
S-WWT , '' VWWT Ml mTwlmTwl mits e
11 MU UUUII9 i e Wj w i
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE .
Prom Boston )iroot S
. EXPECTED IN AUGUST.
BARRELS CAROLIXA RICE
1 bale Cloves;
5 baisS pepp- r;
1 keii uuuueKs:
10 boxes ciru starch;
60 ke lit peas;
10 half currants;
100 half Imxes rysins;
100 quarter bujte reisius;
11XJ iwxes W iucliester's 8 W. soapi
10 boxes salerxtu-s (1 tb pnri)
&00 Quarter Ihx- :ir.linn-s
20cuv "ct. lair" sul I 'iiV t-'ncc ', 100 ft each: I
tcatc t-1 Orajij;ec.iTeli.l:h" tobacco 100 tL-wach;
6 cis iiuiet!t "w--l UranKtr" cavruilinh tubaccu Ott
20 half Ikixcs iloui-k- n-ii-H-d loaf su.'ur;
60 half btU do do crunhtl Upr;
ft No. A wb iknitii'i caiiilKXcws with extra cpprr fixture;
10 N. 3 CtT.Hriu patu-r.i K r iilUm stuve. c nipletc.
art tii j'5 aii.l iitin- ll.e iktsi i ait -rn rver iiiirul into
Il ai lulu f-r fainiiy uk. Ovrr 4O0 tovt- have been aold
by th subtcrilKrr, hu.I in no cum hai uuy cumpiaiut beea
10 Xo. 4 st.r- oftlie same pnttem.
bi dozen t tb tin oster iet. put up expressly for Honolulu,
taken fr in th h- II wiiiim t"ii any ol uiliL.tfol cyren.
'M ix 1 lh tins ytei;
JU doz 1 lb tins icreeii Corn;
ii du 1 tb tin irv!i claim.;
40 loz -1 b d do; .
20 doz t to tins loter; ,5Q
SO d.iz 1 tb tin prT-ed moatsy
4S tin ii.iKe 1 horrtup; -10
itt (1 ib) rrtiiU rry jam;
10 d-iz can do MrrtWiK-rne, preneiril;
4 d. preserved ixraches, (i lb cttus);
8 d.a iippl - pulp, do;
20 dos V- nl.iie olives;
60 duz 1 lb caus assorted soups;
2U il.-i 1 lb caus soup and boullie;
10 d -lb ran ctiicen;
10 d 2 ib cans turkey;
20 d.z 2 lb cant aS'rtel broths;
6 biU cider vinegar;
80 tius each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 das denim paut;
12 dos red flannel shirts;
10 dox blue do do;
3 rioz trrey do do;
25 doz each linen drill frocks and pants;
2S doz siiEola gents' half h we;
22 d j do riblietl do;
a ois-s Uxbridjre 4-4 white sheetings;
i liales Western tate 4-4 brown ito;
5 bates Suffolk extra heavy denims;
6 cases Shetncket blue drills;
3 bales Pepperel Bro do;
1 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels;
2 pairs heavy 7 lb W-uiket all woo!;
2 cases extra One outin jeans;
0 blU cotton twiue, )
4 cases do dt, J
e and 7 th'd;
100 ridinif saddles, (complete);
10 doz charcoid iniis;
25 doz heary handled axes " rnderhill's";
20 bbl Wilmington pitch;
60 nests llitipbani Imxes;
t 60 ne t coverel buckets;
' 10 d .z 3-ho ped painted pails;
15 neits (S iu nestj do pails;
10 haus shot;
5 ces stout hrogans;
400 16, 17 and 18 r.--t oars;
50 bolts cotloa duck, Nu 1 to 10;
100 kegs djiIIs.
Wines) nml Spirit.
50 10-iral!on keps Monoiit!i.'la whisky;
60 10-tallon kegs N. K rum;
60 10-irallon keirs" American brandy;
10 cases JJOKer's bitters;
60 cases champagne cider;
So f z pints Albany ale;
60 doc do do porter.
"Mountain Wave," expected in
800?Dllnns best huiled oil;
75 T-;niee ri-tirisf saddles complete;
2000 lb navy bre;ul;
50 half Mlj crushed sunr;
25 Half boxes loaf do;
25 tifchlh caxks American brandy.
Per Young flrcek," expected in August.
150 16. 17 and 19 feet oars;
2 coils ea Mstnila 1J, 1. II, 2, 2i,2,2,3 in.
30 bales cot tot i duck. No 2, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
f4 kef a.s-neu nails;
40 Its f ru-i-w hlue paint;
10 lbs cbn!'-- yellow do;
60 lbs chrome ereen dej
10 tt) reruiillion;
10 tM French bi le;
00 cluirc .-V) irons;
6 N . 4 " " Rf-ger Willlatn;"
6 buleg ho;
: cas-.s bops. 1 lb p:ip-Ts;
100 bbl :ra prune pork;
2X) wis ialle-tj R.iur;
11.0u0 Itl pil bn-ad;
23.000 lb iiavr bread;
. (X1 tins asort'i CTiickers;
20 half M new ij.'sh'-n butter;
25 half bi's new apples;
1 18 small cljeeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raiidns;
2'X)h.i!f do do;
100 Nixes 8. W Soap;
6 ca Zinte currants
25 kits X 1 iiHMverel;
8 caf (20 ft,-) '-' table salt;
15 cav ldvo:.N half h tobacco;
51 Ihx-s cli.tippn-ne ci l'-r:
6 b- p'rt'-r pi it 100 loz;
10 bb'.o I li.4irNii whisky:
10 !-.' lilo i ke-zs prime lioorbon whi.ky;
2j t-'jlloii keva d' do do;
M 2 -'ill. -ii k ifs u ri'.r ami extrt whisky;
10 ive "Kivl m-" brandy:
10 ifo ! 1'inet Ctilloti a; Co.n lirandy;
5 qu irter cisks Iuir G rdoa" pale klicrry ;
2S bal -s ifuony ba.?;
4 i" cre.v fl.miM-l sl-irt;
till c.irlet do do;
4 d"Z blue do t!-;
SO l"Z ilc.nin fiant;
32 d.'Z denim fr -kst
1.1 bnie Amx.nil l.e. tiiigl 1 I brown;
5 bales do drills .do;
10 !!. O'i dn:lni;
7 bal-s t'orli tlnlls 4-4 brown;
1 Cie li ica.-'.er t"triiei;
1 crise Ai'rhT do;
5 hlf bids l-i le xiiruin.
XT F 'or sale to arrive, u hlieral term", br
10?-tf J. C. SPALDINtJ.
AND FOR SALE !
MEN'S CRAINEO SEA BOOTS,
Iki Calf ho..ts; Men's Kip do;
! Calf C'oncress bot;
' Men's Calf pt. leather elove ton Congress Boots.
31 en's 1.1. cl .th llp'd Cong, boots, Ladies' Fr. kid buskins,
Io calf Oxf-H-d ties.
Do morocco do.
Po calf wide strap shoc
Do - if. L. wile strap do,
Io rat slippers.
Po fanc carpet slippers,
5 Do. cork soles,
Mit."es' poat lace bools.
Do Y. L. lace do.
Vo enrk soles.
do ankle ties,
do do do.
Boys calf h.iots
Youth's calf boots,
Bys' calf broeana.
Youths' calf browns.
Ladies' pat. cf silk Conpresa,
Do pli-in do do.
Fr. kid do do,
opera do do,
goat lace boots,
Do Fr. kM slippers, I
Iron and zinc shoe nails, shoe thread, pegs, etc.
109-tf . J-H. WOOD
A SMALL. IOT OF VERY SUPERIOR
JM. FAfitY ARTICLES for Lalie and Children, viz t
Embroidered children's waists.
Do do dresses,
Thred-lace an l insertions,
Children's silk hair nets.
An assirtment of children's socks.
Also Children's patent leather hoots and shoes,
Ladle- sup. black silk veils.
Warranted jrnod quality ladies' whit kid floret,
M hite orl silk,- s
Extra good white flannel.
Pup. black, jrreen, red. etc., chenille,
8ilk cnls aiftl tassels f a" cushiwns,
Silk do do for pictures.
Vac, etc., etc
109-3t - tox HOLT IIEfCK.
TN CONSEQUENCE OF THE DEATH OF
JL RICHARD CuAI'Y, n the lHth June,lS54, the business of
the nrm of K. CO A II Y at CO. will be brouirht to a close as speed
ily a possible, and the name ol the Bin will henceforth he used
only In earryinn out existing contracts, competing unBiiished
business, and winding op the transactions of the firm
FRKDKRIC L. HANKS,;
P. S. WILCOX,
(By his Attorney. Facpcaic L. Hi!ia,)
Surrivini Partners of the firm of R. COADY t CO.
Honolulu, July 20, 1S&S. 103-Uaol
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
CHAMPAGNE ! '
(sflirARLKSIEIDSIKCK 4t CO. The best
4L Wine ever drank on these Islands. Fw sale by
lOS-tf C. L. RICHARDS at CO.
COCO NOT OIL.-
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALS
rA. in Quantities to suit, at . .
08-tf . OBO. O. McUAHl ITOB72. Ktroaaa a. ,
AT HIS STORK
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
WHICH SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL
May lath, 1853, consisting of
' Dry C3ood.
Bales fancy prints, hales mnsiin, a complete assortment blankets;
Alpaccas, plaids, floured lu-Ures, rlenns. Brusselt e.iroet;
Velvet cariiets, black doeskin, velvet rujrs, blue filled flannel;
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas, silk umbrellas. Victoria lawns,
Turkey red han lkerchlefs, cotton handkerchiefs, retratta shirts;
Fancy hirts. white shirts, superior white shirts, jean shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assort mmi ofclothinir, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, silk thread, assorted men's and women's shoes;
Keeftnjr jacki t. pllet Coats and trowsers, fancy drills;
White aheethic, hrowu hollaii.ls, linen c imbrin handkerchiefs;
White d imask-table covers, huckabnek tnweliuir, white drill; .
Shirtings, madapolauis, frrey d -metics, fine and good white calico.
50 tons rice.
Casks bottled ale and porter,
Hluls dmuirht ale, -.-
Crates earthenware, -
Ca-s fnncy biwuit.,
An invoice of R-iskiH's English watches,
6 iiis fencing wire,
6 mali iron sure?,
r 2 coriyfiie pre?fs,
Assorted hoo) irr.n,
As.orteil nti'id and souare tron;
20 ho,.. IX tin platr-s, ,
5 fheets l"ild, ,
English whi e lend, paints and oil.
Also expected via Snn Fnyncisco:
KTire and flannel shirtt,
On Hand :
rirernool and St I'hes salt,
Enpliih BToreries, pie fruits, pickles,
E plish brown so-ip.
Slates and fire bric!s,
Anchors and chains,
Saddlery, etc., etc.
Ami A very varied assortment of Dry Goods and Sundries.
XT' An invoice of NEW G jODS is exected shortly f om San
Francisco. 108-tf K0IJERT C. JANI0X.
CelebraHon of the 31st of July!
IN COMMEMORATION OF THE
RESTOK VTION OF THE S. I. FLAG I
or .Air HIS I A J EST V K A ME II A-
. v. '"- nvrui ll. nas verv klnrllv inv.n a
Vurse to be run for in a Slrrple
Chnse, on that dar. Mr. Frank
Spencer has alw elven a Purse, to be run for by untrained horses.
The following Races will be run for a
Merchant 1 I'urse,
Holt l KeeMrs' Purse, .
Maiden !!. Stnkes.
To finish with the Purse offered by Mr. Spencer.
No horse wlnninz one race shall be allowed to enter for an
other, with the exei-p lonof Ste-ple Chase horses. It is also de
signed to have a DINNER on the course, with music, etc.. to
defray the expenses of which, as well as to make up tlie Purses
for winning- horses, subscription lists will I opened at Capt.Thos.
Spencer's Store ,tbe Merchants' Kxchxntrenn'l Commercial Hotels.
Sulwcrihers are also respectfully requested to attend a meeting
to be held at Macfariane's Ls'ceum, on FRIDAY t TO-MORROW)
EVEN I NO, at 8 o'clock, to appoint the Committee and
N. B After the m-etimr, several BALLOONS will be sent
up from the Commercial Hotel 109-2t
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
Havinir formed a Copartnership for
the pur(ose of carrying- ou tlie
Rulrhrra: Riisinrss. intend
keeplne their market supplied with the best Beef, Pork, Mcr
ton, SACSioEs, and e-verythins: perudnhip tc the Butchering
Business. Toankful for pnst favors, we solicit a continuation of
the lih-ral patrot-aire biiherto bestowwl jnn each of us, and res
pectfully invite the public to call and examine the quality nf the
stock we offer for sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kiso
STRKET, oppoait: J. T. Waterbouse's manualn store.
LAMBERT F. BEATTY,
I.ite of Citr M irket.
OEOKOE BIS ELY,
Late of Washington Market.
N. B Families can hare their marketing-sent home free of
charge, by sendinj; their ordtrs to the Town Market. 103 tf
A SMALL INVOICE oF TIIK ABOVE
Celebrated Bitter, just received IK.T " fanny Maj r,n Hud
ferule by tlOS-lf C. L. RKIIAKDS & CO.
mom: m;u saddlckit goods!
THE IIXDERSICXEB I S rf
constantly r-ceivinj aeeessinns t hii
Stock of SADDLKRY athissUnd,emiT fT
of Fort and IIotix Strket. to which he r If i
would invite the attention of the eople of Honolulu and the
Hawaiian Inlands trencrally. He ha jmt received per " F.itiny
1 set silvtr mouiitwl Dotilil.; Harness, fitted to USA sinply;
Sett silver mount -d Liithl Single ll iriK ss;
Sets japHiuied Light Single !I:trnes.
A 1M nf best plain and he-tvy stamped Trtns Itnnstrr
and IM-H-I1 s nMI-M. warranted No. 1; Hair finches.
Gut and Hone Uuwy Whips; making, toyether with Ms former
snick, the int ornplele ass Ttnient of Ge!s in his line ever
offered in Honolulu. Coutentioir h;melf with small profits, for
the ske of ipiick returns, he offers excellent bargains for rash.
July JO. lrM. lOS-lm R. II. RoBTNSON.
SELDOM TO BE FOUND WHEN WANTED.
RAAVIXK CAU1) IiOAKI), OF SlI'E-
rior tpi ility.
Portf liis l-tter, fi.loan and larcer sii';
Ca-h Hox-s, with key;
Bristol ttoinN, small and extra large sizes;
FaberV suieri.'r 'lyirrade Drawine Pencils In
each b. eiiiil Ui the best London jienclls;
Manifold Letter Writers;
Children's Indestruei il.le Toy Books;
India Rub'er Pen II Jiler. a new article;
10 gross "The Me-ialion" and Franklvn" Pens.
103-2iu For sale by H. i WHITNEY.
GOODS. EXl'RESSLY SE-
lecb-d fa- this market, to
arrive per CAMJJJCE, from
Hamburg, due here in September, have utbeen received per
f'J.V.Vr MAJOR, U Panama, and will be offered for sale by
the undersigned to arrive.
10-tf II. IIACKFELD & CO.
A SMALL QL'AXTITV OF PC RE FIXE
BRAN DY, warranted superior to any in the market.
Also Cases genuine Hostetter's bitters. For sale by
95-tf J. C. SPALDING.
SE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB.
servatkms, and every branch necessary for an accom
plished Navigator, taught in the most thorodeh and practical
manner, by DANIEL SMITH,
93-tf Resilience, Smith street.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VEY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Woolen Beds, and I'll ELAN'S CELE
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, Ac. Apply to
103-tf E. BURGESS
FOUR DRUMS CODFISH.
DRUMS SUPERIOR CODFISH Ex "Yai
kee," for sale by 104-tf ) C. L. BIC1IARDS & CO.
CALIFORNIA W1HTH WINE.
OPm CASES CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE
per Yankee," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
TEAS ! TEAS!
WXTnA FINE TEAS For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
UPERIOR FIRE AND THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Denio Ac Roberts, W-mton. For sale
, 95-tqs;f , A. V. EVERETT..
rrnEN TIERCES BOSTON
For sale !v
CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
COOKING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE,
For Side by
l-tf . ? ' ' CIIAS. BREWER, 2r.
KEGS HIDE POISON.
Tor sale by
, CHAaV BRIWUTi, JD
J IT ST A RRIVED !
TOE BEST ASSORTED
STOCK IN TOWN!.
TO BE SOLD REASONABLE,
: ' AT THE . "
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
OPPOSITE MAKES AND ANTHOX'S BLOCK.
JE T. tt iTFRIIOISE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
AS.IUST RECEIVED. PER MELITA,
KyGLlSH and AM ERIC Ay GOODS m choice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a lurge quantity of
Cheap Sastaif sw
Saddlery Fixings, including whole Hides, Enameled Leather, and
Furniture for Carriages.
Bilk Umbrellas. Linen Handkerchiefs,
20 cases blue Cottons,
Bale heavy Denims, Blankets, ' . ,
35 cases Calf Brocans, Kip Brojrans, Boots,
A g'xt variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,
Hals of various styles.
Prints, new atterns.
Steamboat Irons, Collins Axes,
rilk Hand .erchi-fs, colored and black,
Hint Coats, flue Kerrey Pants, :
White Linen Pants, Moleskin Pants, -Cheap
Pants, Satinet P.mts. Hickory Shirts,'
H-isiery, Drawers and Undershirts.
Cotton I nibrellaa,
Black I-ice FalW
' Silk Velvet, Ribbons, black Silk Tldkfs,
Brown Cottons, brown Drills, hlue Drills,
Willow Wagons and Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns, S5ewinK Cotton, Cutlery,
And n very Lnr'c Vnriely or Other Goods.
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERHOt SE.
JUST RECEIVED FROM BOJiTON, BY
th-; ME.ITA, consisting In part of
Heavy log chains,
Wire rat traps, .
Braces and bits,
C. S. super bits,
Scythes and snathes,
O irden spades, '
I. R. curry combs,
E.i tic plows,
Plumbs and levels,
Sash ti-l brushes,
C. 9 razors.
Carvers and forks.
C. S. handled axes.
Etc., etc., etc.
For sale by
W. N. LADD.
New Goods, ex Bark. "Melita."
TO XS. CODFISH; KITSXO.
JLB Kits cod tongues,
Cases lard, in tins, 10 lbs each,
. Crn meal. In tins.
Ground rice, in tins,
Carolina rice, in bbls,
Boston smoked hams,
Jumbles, , . -
At S. SAVIDOE'S.
JUST RECEIVED PER " FANXY MAJOR,"
iXD FOR SALE BV II. M. AVIIlTXETt
- Faber's P lyprades,
Red and Blue Pencils,
David's Carmine Ink,
Lovechild's Juvenile Library 12 volumes, ,
Silver Lake Stories 6 volumes.
Uncle George's Stories 12 volumes,
Rollo Book's Stories 12 volumes, ..
Little Folks' Library 13 volumes,
Younjr America Jo venile 14 nsry 12 volumes,
Milton's Poetical Works,
Ropers Poetical Works,
Collin', Gray's and Goldsmith's Poetical Works,
Don J uau,
1 Valentine's Poems,
1 Bulwer. .
1 Pictorial Family Encyclopaedia,
1 Universal Library of Literature,
1 M irror of the World,
1 II kxI's Humorous Poems,
1 Voltaire and Times, '
1 set of Spuraenn's Sermons,
1 Georpi Scenes,
1 Last Hupifermupers,
1 Earnest Man,.
1 Testimony of Rocks,
1 Impn-ssions of England,
1 Smith's Dictioiiary of Arts,
1 Works of Chesterfield.
1 Portraits of my Married Friends,
1 Leslie's Conk Bonk,
1 Haie's Cook B ok.
1 Youns L'dies tlfferinp,
1 Thoughts and Thinps.
1 You Have H -ard of Them,
1 Chittenden's llook-kcepiuir, 100-tf f
TUIE UXDERSIGXEO IS PREPARED TO
furnish to the Honolulu public the following, on the most
retainable terms :
In any quantity, for building and other, purposes, at so much
each, in the r ni,'h, or not rnr:d, f-r foundation to buildinps,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface cut out in any size to suit., "
Liiim'. Fire Wstod. . . .
ltullurt for Vhm-1s.
Hides. SJicrpttkins. Ilarns. &c
107-tf J. I. DOWSETT.
, SHOES !
JCST RECEIVED, PER "MELITA," A
small invoice of Shoes, as fellows :
Patent leash- r, clove top. Congress Gaiters,
Enameled I oni;rcs3 Gaiters,
G ait ItroiMiia,
107-tf . Foi sale by C. A. k II. F. POOR.
PER MELITA A N" INVOICE OF Su
perior LUiHT CLOTHING, adapted to Towu Trade:
White linen duck Coats,
White Marseilles ilo.
White linen drill Pants.
Black alKicca Frocks
107-tf For sale low by C. A. c II. Tf. POOR.
PURSl'AXT TO A TV ORDER MADE BV
His Honor S. L. Austin, Circuit Judpe, thlnl Judicial Dis
trict, at a Probate Court hehl at Hilo on the 6:h mst., I hereby
give notice to all whom it may concern that on Tues lay, the
81st day of Aupust. 1S5S, at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., I shall
sell ' y public auction t the highest bidder therefor, on tlie prem
ises, a ten acre lot of land situat on Puueo, Hilo, Hawaii, to
gether with the immvcmeiits thereon, it being a part and par
cel of the Real Estate lielont-tnp to Hei.ry Brown, late of Wai
mea, deceased, intestate. Further p-irticulars at the time of
sale. LOl'lS A. PAVIE,
Hilo, July 7th, 1S53. 10'-7t Administrator.
rTIIIE UXDERSIGXED IIAVE REMOVED
M. to Makee Anthnn's
the store of W. A. Aldrich.
fire-proof building, up stairs, over
C. A. k H. F. POOR.
BRICKS ! BRICKS!
SALE 34.000 GERM AX BRICKS,
ive In September, per bark ' Harhunr." Applv to
ID. 110FFSC1ILAEOER k STAPKNH0RST.
FOR SALE-REFINED IIESSIAX AXD
Liverpool Rock Salt to arrive in September, per brxk
ED. HOFFSCI1 LARGER k STAPENHORST.
UXDERS'GXED HAS REMOVED
AUCTIOy HL'SiyESS to the New Store on Queen
street. "Janhm's Block." A. P. E ERETT,
Honolulu, July 11, 1S58. 107-tf Auctioneer.
JUST RECEIVED THE GEXEALOGI
cal Tree of our Savior ilrawn and litlHigrapheU by Wm.
St. Maur Bingham.
For sale by
H. M. WHITNKT.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS,
ATI OXS ID Eft ED AS IXDISPEXSABLE
. pocket knife.
For sale by
GORDON'S RASPBERRY SYRUP Per -Tan
for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.
COZZENS' PALE SllERRY.
COZZEXS' PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
Imported for sale by
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
YELLOW PIXK 1 1-4. AXD SPTCE 7-8
Toogued and groorsd Flooring, pet EUsa tt Ella."
t I a i sa.
PS E W GOODS! , -JUST
RECEIVED BY THE " MELITaTv
V Hall oflers IbTsale
Sheet zinc. Hunt's axes)
Axe haicheta, shinplinp do;
C. 8. shovels, spades, hoes .
Hakes, manure forks, bog hoes)
Tern kettles, sauce pans;
Baled kettles. Iron pots; '
DRT GOODS, fee
Ruches, fine ribbons 1
Ladies', infants', children's,
boys' and niisses'. assorted
crown ann wtute taoie damasx:
Assorted table napkins)
Assorted fruit napkins; '.
Nests tin trunks and pails;
J w hite Oanuel, crash;
Pins, plated forks, with ivory Linen toweling, hackabockj
hand led knives to match: Spat lace, black fringe;
Sewinp birds, drawing pencils; Black bombazine;
India rubber hair pins; . jSatin ribbons, elastic do; -Fishhooks,
pearl buttons; Brown and black tafeta ribbonsi
Perforated hoard, buggy lamps; Velvet ribbons, black crape;
Assorted planes, dog collars; .Serpentine braid, tapes;
Putty knives, pep cutters, j Mohair mits, Italian silk;
Assorted tea trays; Embroidered collars;
Whips and whip lashes; Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding glovrs;
Whitewash, flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
and shoe brushes; Hickory shirts, denim;
Sail twine, box graters; 1 and 2 bushel bags;
Ruled foolscap and bill paper; Heavy ticking, brown drills;
Augur bits, chopping knives; Brown cottons, wicking;
T-hinges, log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping cord;
Dog chains, cow and sheep bells; Blue and whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, brass and TiJy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; .Boot webbing, silk umbrellas,
Bench and hand screws; I Etc., etc.. etc.
Brad awls, padlocks; j nrvn lire
Door and chest locks, assorted; u K.OV J!.K.ac.S.
Gimp tacks, rivets; Tierces Carolina rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screws; nutmegs, curry powaer;
Slate pencils, steelyards;
Board measures, rules, rifles;
8wede's iron, round iron;
Crowbars, vickaxes, hammers
Shears and scissors;
100 kegs nails, saws; .
Eagle plows, No. 2;
Eaple plows, No. 20; "
Horse plows, side hill plows,
Harrows, hay rakes, cradles;
Ox bows and yokes;
Cattle leaders and bull rings;
Guarded lanterns, lampsTp
Solar lamps and extra globes;
Assorted cand ;
Oyster ami milk crackers;
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
buskins and slippers;
calf do, thick sole:
India rubhenchilds do
Men's calf Oxford ties;
Do goat slippers;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do thin sole;
8 lar chimneys, hanpine lamps;
Plated castors and extra bottles;;
Misses' and child's ass'd boots.
Tulis, pails, buckets, trunks;
shoes and buskins.
C. S. and W. S. rocking chairs;
M ISC EL. A RT ICLES.
C. S. Chairs, looking glasses;
8inpie and double high-post
bedsteads. " 99-tf
Zinc painty pure lead, and sun
dries too numerous to mention
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
market rates a larve assortment of Goods, recently receiv
ed from San Francisco and Liverpool. Among-them
White cottons, shirtintrs.
White cotton drill, mudapolams,
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blueprints,
Furaiture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts.
Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fitttnss, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, lastinfrs,
MTino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel,
.Whits blankets, lance asm't of linen drills, French merino.
Duck and trowserings, superfine Jfcroadcloth, medinm do do,
Kmbroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poncho cloth,
Kmbr'd cloth i)iiclios, monkey jackets, Kussell cord coats.
Tweel and other trowsers, women's shfies, assorted,
Men's shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen cairib. hdkfs, silk neckties,
Felt huts (iisortd), cord,
. r' Dnck trowsers.
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel jxekets, linen drill pants, 4c.
Enplish pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper.
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines.
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
m JkC, KC, &c.
Sheet lead, assorted Enplish files.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails, .
Garden chairs, bronze hat stand, cook's ladles.
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Ch-st lock -i, barrel bolts, try pane, anvils
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop Iron, assorted iron, screw wool press,
Garden rollers, iron fiell gat, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles,
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoon.
Anchors and Chains.
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, pin, draupht ale, claret.
Old Tom, hck, crabappie cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, bridles, belt, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickling salt, St. i.nes pacKinpsatt, pipes;
Illiic, yellow and preen paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnabnrp, stronp wi le bappinp, wool bags;
Blacksmith s coal, carriage and other varnishes.
EARTH EN WARE
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd;
Dinner plates, soup plates, o men plates. Bat dishes, mugs;
Metal covered jups and pitchers, etc.. etc.
93-tf KOHKKT C. JAiMU.N.
R. F. SXOW
FFERS FOR SALE, in lota to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Grey merino shirts.
Damask table covers,
Brown cotton drawers,
White " "
White and prey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts.
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt hats.
Women's white cotton hose,
Colored India sarin.
Navy caps, witli oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boots and Shoes.
Calf Comrress boots.
En'rad leather Congress boots.
Assorted pickles, half gals.
Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco iu tin foil.
Superior Rlnck Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and supar crackers,
Chain cables. Russia cur l ace, assorted sizes.
M inila whale line. jwaniia coniape, assorted sixes,
Sail needles. Cut nails, lanterns.
Paint oil, turpentine. Composition nails.
Pure and extra white lead, Copper boat nails.
1 French bedstead,
Wra ppi np paper, '
Pad Locks, "
Solar side lamps
Drab o;Bce chairs,
4 Nos 1 ami 2 solar lamp chimneys
V alnut cam- seat chairs.
Sheaths and lielts.
Hiiik'lwim buckets, grindstones. Red, white and hlue bunting,
Slier tn nud Polnr Oil. Jtc. kc
1 Brewu's Vbaliu2 Gun and Irons.
India Rubber Hose, hf inch and 1 inch,
Brum Hose Pipes. Lead Pipe.
&.C.. &c &c 03-tf
TCST RECEIVED PER FAN NT MAJOR
9 ilir.-et from the Manuftettirer in New York, a small invn
of Davi-s Jones celebrated p itentel shoulder seam and three
ply c l!a shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almiwt
anv size, and afford to sell them 20 !er cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
100-tf Tailors, cor. King 4 Fort St.
rsmiE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPEAKE
M. Oysters constantly on hand, viz : IUmblis, Baker & Co's I
ami Li.BBrs's.. LBrun's are warranted superior to any in the j
market. For sale by l-tr C. A. & II. F. POOR.
GREY MERINO I
Drawers lor sale low by
C. A. & II. F. POOR.
SHOES AND GAITERS.
ASES EXAMELED SHOES!
do. Gaiters ; just received and for
C. A. k H. F. POOR.
NEW SUFFOLK iMILLS FLOUR,
O UARTER.BBL Tl XS-For sale by
a. n. rir.ut.
SALMON ! SALMON !
JUST RECEIVED FROM
Cisco, and for sale by 94-tf
B. W". FIELD.
OfiD JAMAICA RUM!
A XD CHAMPAGXE I Assorted brands for sale at
B. W. FIELD.
LD SAZERAC AXD MARTELL BRAX-
dy, in bond or duty pair5 bw sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
-aTBTILSOX Si. FAIRBANK'S OLD BOUR.
T bon Whisky A few doz-m of this superior whisky for
sale by IW-tf C. L. KICUARDS k CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
LD BO UK BOX AXD MAGNOLIA WIIIS-
ky, in lU-rallon packages, in bond or duty paid, for sale by
104-tf (J. L. KtlUAKDB A tU.
ALIIAMBRA RESTAURANT AND QOFFEE
UUAXU STREET. ABOVE THE COR-I
ner of Hotel street, Honolulu. Sandwich Islands. -
ItT Lunch at all hours Meals 25 cents.
99-tf R. V. 8 KEIDEX, Proprietor.
sT AU DE C'OLOflXE, in cham. bottles, do eleht-cor-
JLjA ner botUes, Lubin's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc., etc
Tor sale by
Half boxes Raisins,
For sal by "
. T. MOSSMAK A SON.
JUST RECEIVE O FROM EUROPE!
EXUINE LUBIWS EXTRACTS for sale by
FREIGHT FOR HEW BEDFORD.
s . lus A I vurru enir
Y Goldc n Eagle,'
1120 tons Register, Captain X. HARDING, will sail lor New
Bedtird with dispatch. Captain Harding to an annUaesi
whaling captain, and Shippers cf Oil may rely a poo the bestf
care being bestowed on such as may be i hipped. Tb ship Is
provided with a force pomp and hose to wet oil. .,. .-.-'
This ship wUlb followed by the Ships ANGLO SAXON,
MART ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to j-u
Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-tf D. O. WATIKMAH A. CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT I
THE CLIPPER BHIP . .
10M Tons, Captain JOHN
Tor freight or passage
. R. COAST It CO.
Will have dispatch for New Ycrk.
apply to loa-tf
Ships of Good Capacity
CAN OBTAIN i -6
Return Cargoes, or Advantageous
TO LOAD WITH
GUAIVO AT JARV1SISL.AIVD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
TIO NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
In the United States, that may be agreed on. Moopfi
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach Of ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to tin under
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. CP. JPDD,
Agent of the AMERICAN GUAX0 COM PANT.
Honolulu, March 1, 1868. 88-tf
SANDWICH IS X. J Z7 Z
ONLY REGULAR LING FROM THK U. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will he despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May or Jnae,
Srstrmbrr and Drcrnsbrr.
For further particulars see special advertisements In dally
paiers of the above months. .
For ireight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, 8. 1.
B. W. Field, Honolulu.
Sutton & Co. - New York.
Cook & Snow, ... New Bedford.
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE LETTER
33 2C PRESS,
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
- . .
HEW TOBK WITH THE AVKRICAX-EraoriAH tl-
1-RES.S COMPANY TO UCBOPK.
GOLD DFST. COIN AND BULLIOV FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies In New York and London.
Packages. Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charpe of Special Messenpers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 2iHh of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining toa legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honoltjut.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
r Ait go & co.'s
BY THK RE0ULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to ail parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Rills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes,
whiCh pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from Snn Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. R. COADY k CO.. Agent
A. F. & A. M.
LE PROGRES TE IOCEANIE
LOi'UK. No. 124. under the jurisdiction of the Su
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodire of France,
working in the ancient sootcn Kite, noins Its regniar
meetlnirs on the Wednesday nearest the full moon of each
month, at the old Lodge Room, in King street.
jj- isiting bretnren respectfully lnviteu to attena.
August 18. CO-tf II. SEA, Secretary.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVIXOBEEV AP
iiotnted Ouanlians nf the person and property ot WILLIAM
C. LUNALILO, son of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons Indebted o him to make immediate
payment 5 and all persons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to j. W. AU8TIN, Ho
nolulu. J- W. AUSTIN.
Feb. 23, 1853. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
milE UXDERSIGXED. GUARDIANS OF
M. the person and property of WILLTAM C. LUNALILO,
sou of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust
Ins the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay bo
debts contracted by him. J. W. AUSTIN,
Feb. 2X1358. 87-tf , C. KANAINA.
mHE UXDERSIGXED BEIXG ABOUT TO
leave the klncdom. offers for sale the premises now occu
pied by himself, known as the MCnasnsercial Hntel.
Inclusion the Stables adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting ot o.ie superior nuliara
Table, in first rata order, bar fixtures, etc
A LS I .
The Lrnr of the Lot on the oornOf
Beretanla streets, known as the " Circus Lot,'
aid the Lease cf
the " Nauanu Baths." ,
One Soda Machine, with boullug apDaratus complete.
Honolulu, AprU 32, 1858. 8S-tf
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
TTXDERSTAXDIXG THAT THE"E ARE
VJ rumors in circulation in this comnmuity of my having
deavored to over lease ceitain house in this town, now occu
pied by -nother arty, I proclaim it to be false and a base fab
rication : in proof of which 1 w.ild respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Me-ws. John Montgomery aud T. C. .Heuck, who are
the only parties ante to negotiate lor tlie aoove premises.
At the reottest of Mr. E. Burgess, we hereby declare, that tho
course putueil by him In reference to the above matter has been
strictly just and hon m'le. . Jtma HU.MUU.uiSttt,
Slay 31, isfts. mi-em in. nttta.
nrniiE undersigned having beex
JL apiviinted Adraitiistrator, with the will annexed, of the c
tato of Stephen Iteynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
rives notice to all persons having demands against said estate,
to present the same ; and all persons indebted to the same, are
hereby requested to make immediate payment.
j Allies w. AlBTia,
Honolulu, January 22, 1858. 8-3-tf Administrator.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMAXDS
lA atrainst me, will please present them for settlement imme
diately ; and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts will be left with an attorney for collect!.
tt- The subs riber hereby irives notice that he will pay ne
debts contracted without bis written order.
Honolulu. April 20. 1868, 95-tf
npHE UXDERSIGXED Intends tearing this klnrdom
soon, an I will he clad to receive all bills against him I
also he reauests that those who are indebted tn him either per
sonally, or as the Agent or tne tinnsnn-s Bay tympany, win .
settle their debts immediately at his office, because in default of
paymect such bills will be sued for..
t,sigueaj nuitLAi VIMtBIVII.
Honolulu, May. 1353. - 90-tf t
"E CLAMPS US V."!
OTICE IS HEREBY" GIVEN THAT THE
"KC. V." has been received per bark Yankee, and the under
sinned has been duly appointed G. D. E C. V., for the purpose
of forming a branch of the O. M. C. in Honolulu. Resident aod
transient brothers will please report themselves on or before tha
21 W. of -the 4th D. C. V., so as to l invested with the K. of
our A. and II. Order, K. J. SMITH. Kins; street.
9&-tr si. vv . i). .. k v. ot itopomia. ii. a.
T0T HE PUBLIC.
rsnHE UXDERSIO'ED BEG XO
the public that they will open a mabkkt on the 1st of July
nroximo. at the Conntrr Residence of Mr. r. MA!(T1II, Mraaoa
street, whereat all times will be found a choice selection of raasa
csocsbi-h, at as low rates as can be procured at any store in
town. Also, BKBF, rose, mcttos, ssfsaobs, etc, tn fact, ero
rythinfr usually found in a well appointed country store.
104-tr .. . BMiir m ss-anxi.-..
DR. PUNHUE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN, . ;
BEGS TO .NOTIFY THOSE RESIDENTS
of Honolulu who have in their employ Chinamen addicted
to the' practice of Opium Smoking, that he ran break them of
this pernicious hahlt, after a fortnight's treatment. -
XT Apply at his office, alauna Kea street, opposite Hotet
milE UXDERSIGXED. being aboat to ssav
' M - kingdom for a few months, has appointed .Thnsnss .V.
Everett. Eao as his Agent, by special Power of Attor v t and
all persons are hereby furbidden to trust any ether e . say
name, either man, woman r child. T":'l'f '"
BY A. P. CTCnCTT.
THURSDAY, JULY Z9.AT lO 0CIS AJL1.
At taw Hans ot B. PITMAN. Esq- oa IsraUfcla, ssrxt, wUl '
be sold a large asaortnent of Ekgaat rvaitare.
stnUting in part of ' "
1 halrckjthsok bed, lllgliw hair elta snTns, ...r.,.
1 koa silk Uai 4a, 1 lounge, 1 Vottair easy ahalr,
4 eiegaat saahogany arm chairs, 1 hair doth oasy aUafy,
3 mahogany haircloth rockers, 1 large Mather lsw4 rorSer,
tswUaialKsoy haw eleUi parlor chaira.
., snaa-nany wnlti taMea, 1 nwrtiss sop escssw aahas, .rr
. a ssarbte top side lablos, 1 ategant lahsasny n try, ,
1 mahogany wrttUsf table, 3 saahogany wot tabtos,
3 card tables, 1 koa side tabn, 3 koa wkataoU,
1 koa hat stand, 1 koa wriUag desk, wita swawon, t.
I koa book eaae, 1 koa side Board, t kas
1 saahoraar marbia ton ooouBode.
3 sets cottage furniture complete, 1 sail anna sHnif i
19 mahoganyseana seat chairs, chairs of vartont tsysi.
Bureaus, elegaat new stair earpet,
1 1 sstoaaiia, I paw sashoto fcot stoon,
. Gilt aad mabogmny frame Burrors,
Hair and puta soattreases. " - "l'
ALSO " "
' Silrer Ware,
Elet;aat Cat Glat TTara,
Pinner seta, dessert sets, tea set, castors, atody Ir" 1,
Astral lamps, solar lamps, hanging laaspa, atda r- . r
Csmlnnkks, cot gfass lamp shades, efaeasasea, -Binrntssiw
boarda,card boxes, . .
China vaaea, garden seats, Bower pota. , ,.,
SyleaslU Oil Paiatiags aad CmzTrtmz
Ladies' Saddle Horses, 1 new Bids) Bsaslto,
Great variety of BOOKS and mlaeaUaaaoaa artktas,
too numerous to saentioo.
-. ALSO ' " "
. AT HALF PAST T O'CLOCK, P. ' tX'.T
Daokt, Oil Palatiacs aad Paacr Article.
WILL BE SOLD, IF APPLIED FOR BOOK,
that pleasaat Cottage, sitaatisd ia NaaaM Tansy, now
oocupie -w Caps. J. Cciana, op posits tbs rsslasaos of Dr. O.
P. Judo. . . -
This couage was built two years atnet, of taa I
and finished inside aad oat ia the beat saner, at
Tha Parkw itx-iH feetj .
Two Bed Rooms, lix feett
One Bed Rooav 12xl fset.
Also Dining roosa, pantry, kitcheo, asrvaats rat
aDd carriage house, and an abundant supply of good
The lot contains one acre, ana nue sea simpw.
The premises can be examine I at any time, anon application
to Captain Collins, and for particular apply to Mm or
lOl-tf . A. f. SVE3XTT.
BY JOHN F. COLDCRN.
FRIDAY, JULY 30. at 10 O'CLOCK. A.M.
' At Salesroom
MOXPAT, AUGUST 1, AT HALF-PAT 9
O'CLOCK, A. Me
Vul be sold
The Market Stall,
For the" Term of THREE MOIfTBB. ' '
Dry Goods, &e.
TUESDAT, AUGUST 3, AT lO O'CL'KtA.M.,
At Sale Room-
THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
HAVING IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Power Press,
RUGGLES CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
The Best AMortment of Flair aai. Faaer
Cards erer imported,
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
BOOK, JOB & FANCY
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE.
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
BILLHEADS. ' " $
SHOWBILLS, - '
Will be sxecutad prenptiy, la a opertor sTJasar,aBdat raason j
XT Orders, by maQ or otherwise, wffl reoarra tasMaaliU atlca-
tT Addreas Henry If. Whitney, Hcoorahs. Oah-' W-tf
BY JAMES J. JAETBIi ESQ.
THE Uy-'ERSIGNED hasraeelvsd by tbesWp Zli
Ma A- III, from Boston, the foUowinr lata passicsUons.
by )lr. Jarves. formerly of Honolulu i
KIANA, a Taw or Hawaii.:
tm. 4t i fonndad an on of the arxsattt traditiaM ef the
Hawaiian, and illustrates their ancient custnaaa aa4 habits. U
Is dolicated by the Author to His Jtajesty Kunshaiiha IT,
CONFESSIONS OF INQUIRER ; or. War
- and What AjC .By J. J. Jure. .
This is a rttum ot Uie experietiesa la tha spheres ef tha
affections, art nd relialon. Whatever Jadenant stay ba frnned
of the author's philosophy of life, no one will qaesflioa the frank
ness of bis confessions. Tne descriptive psram at muwmj ana
manners In Polynesia, wim particular ranm w uiv
question of the capacity of the Indian and Negro raoea tnr CiviU
ation and Christianity. Is of particular lotani." JTjcanvs.
ART HINTS, on Akchitectch, Sctorrots ak
Paisting Uy J. J. JfUTei.
m imrrln has at last Droduoed a writer who nay help to edu
cate her In art, (rui.le her Infant steps, aod to point out the pis-
falls that surround tbe pllRnmot art." Mssm smsm
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jiirrea. lt and Zd tanea.
Without Question, one of the raciest books tnr wlittaa 00
Parisian life and manners." Bosloa Fott.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL FaiNCI-
PLES with .numerous illuitrtioz--iJy J.
J. Jarves. -
the sketches of which this volume ta tusapsaai, SSW Bat antw
spirited but lnforminr. They furnish ao taiiiaMi I wea or laa
I yrandeuraod thealory and the defradatiom aosl staaaa ef saoa-
ern Italy." Home Journit. ' ,
87-tf rorsaleby B. wiJs.
inOSE WHO WISH TO
purchase, can, by calling on the an-
! ders'rned, eonvluoe themselves that
Grorer aV Baker's Family Caexlaaa ;
re to he ptsfemd tt every other, tor als gassl rsasnsjs
100-tf O. P. JV DD, Agent ia tae Haw. Istaaas.
SUGAR SYRUFS AND KOLAC3ES,
V71ROM THE beh tiwr, ruuH tuk
JT KAST MAUI PLAJVTATIOJf.
B. BACKVKLD Oo. '
tTNDERSIGXED WILL ROT Re
ceive Deposits in the Castosa Boas TasUt, ssr extatlng
rerulations. after this day. AH arttdea diposst at tUa data
can remain until tt to convenient to rf on tnaas. - .
Bonolohi, July i, 1868. pO-fl Cot Oal of Cisstosaa
. - ; NOTICE. ' :
SSAVIDGE BBSS TO IRrOBN ui
Mends, aa a mutual proteetioo, be will no sMtvw any
snoda to Chinese or Native servanta, aaless tbey ssUer Bring
the money, a written order, or a passage boaa. XUy U. lW o
sroTica : - "'"'-
S UERERT GIVEN, that I ssww appstunii s-r.
K. a. HKYDOH aa mr A rent, wita fewer ef Astar!y,
daring any bsenca from the Islands.
Honolula, xarca to, laaa. ww-m
NOTICE. : j. :
r-lHE Undersgt ar-r -1"
af Attorasy. .
so casts TURNzra g:c
iT 1-4T .. - . . . O. L C
, ,J. Mm. bSWSMi .
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