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The Fratrr River Miam
e San Francisco Herald of the 9th inst.. baa the
win admonitory remarks upon the present state
he sew mining rever: .- i
ill the'aecoants received bj the Sierra JSTtvada
trdT. reprwent thar provisions-at Fort flop
r - . - . n T m i .
point at wfticn r n?rr liurr orenics tnroujen the
rattle? ra"JC VB ' ii ii mj v ovrvr HUV IIIJCU.
C ... iKa thnusanilx of miners who hT rwtif to
w - - - - r -
into the vat rejrion Ijnnjr ttetween tlie Cascade '
R,.kT. Mountain sopplied? The river is
n!r. The Surprise will only he aMe to mike one
k more, o w ""mi, n"j nw smie
r . :.!. , v . .1.. -
. of troth. The Aea irtf is hfrh and drj some
N5nw Fort Hope. It is nrorwtoie that fhe will
e to remain there tiJI the witters rise aznin. If
stpinier cartnor in poiren ou.u is impossible that
Surf rise can continue to make her regular trips.
fri the jrwt IJ of the miners are now erj-
neil? In canoes, padUed by ln'tians, poshed
. v i l iIia aYertnrr cnmkntfi MniAil lu. 1.1..
nffh difficult portages.' is it possible that pro-
Ir.ii. sufficient Tor the support or so large a number
t . . t k. .1 1 : -.
WDe can recumcifj "j wira biuw huu primitive
te of navigation r ! n ury can. wnm prices Will
command when laid down? The officers of the
Bjon BJ Company nave theraseMes become
toozhlj alarme-l. we have it on undoubted
onfj that Gov. Douglas himelf is apprehensive
finime in tne mines, anu mat ne was to issue, on
,I v after the Sierra Jevarfu sailed for this port.
I r . it . .' m
Y,TcHnMiXion.aeciartnz me river open 10 ail vessels.
In da ooint can relief oe lurnishea except by the
ft from liellir-gham Baj; and we have received so
kr contradictory reports in relation to that enter-
L that it is almost impossible to form any concla-
on tne sunjeci. a. rorresponurni, in another
-nn a gentleman perwnaJlv known to ns, and
lhfe 8t tements we place every reliance informs
that there is no doubt of the success of the under-
nr. and that a few days more will establish the
h-ctntss of what be advances. We sincerely hope
h:s anticipations may be realized. If not, we do
know wh-t will become of the wild adventurers
have perorated these northern solitudes for the
othr route that could be made available cir-
. as and tedics though it may be, is the Colum-
and the victory obtained by the savages
nhal it that portion of the country, over Colonel
oe, renders it entirely impracticable. Men of
'ornia, pause ! The words which we address to
are those of "truth and soberness. When
Hiver rises, the bars are submerged,. and-
n r operations are suspended when t rascr falN.
Lisicns cannct be transported fo the new gold
i oa may be able, on the one band, to obtain
tiions, but no pold on the other, gold, but no
Iisiocs ! But the two mast be accessible at the
e time to compensate you for the risks and dan-
j the toils and sufferings and the hardships
h vou will have to undergo. It may be that
U ho have gone before you will be forced to -re-
It from the points at which they are now encamped
I : : . -
CjJ ae uiu uinr ciuwa coinmu ioefn
?s to the torren', and over water-falls, through
currents and whirling eddies, strive to reach
place from which they originally started ; but how
j will upset the fragile boats in which they have
irked huw many well bedashed to piects against
frowning cliffs, and the sunken rocks, in this
race for life, down one of the most impetuous.
terous an i peculiar rivers ever navigated? and
many swol.en corpses wia be cast away on its
mutilated on its precipitous banks, and car
to the deep sea beyond men who left ns in the
bloom of mar.hfo.1 men, it may be, of high
H ana ozij aspirations men who were tne
e and clory of our young State men who have
tm:t.es and little ones either here or in the
-.tie St ites. aniiuly waiting for news of them ?
:ie river will flow on, and on tumble down its
whirl, foam and seethe and with ceaseless
tbroajh its rocky channel, sing their only
eju It '3 true that from all we know of the
ite rf these northern regions, it is altogether
Me thit iHe river will rise again, when the in
' bet's of th'n .-in I the following; month melt the
n the C.o.vle Range, and that provisions in
fjtian'itie can theu I transportei up to Fort
by stealer; but when the river rif. ni:nng
r r 'll hae to he suspended. Such appeirs
Fra?er E ver and its gold m:nes.
mo "HiLs.-An exVlvMi-n- wns male at
3-1. -d rec-nlv f C. C. Band's B.mb
. wh-ch i rrpiTTed fo have ?ien greit s.it's
fl. T"e euriitumfs were wlpifwfd by nhip
" and nf hers. TH:n new trmnM;;it nf dfrtroc
n; i f a fcp-n i!y mtd, short gin. ad-ipte)
inin!r a hri.ih into llie vital ptrt r;f ?h h-l.
it xp'..-d. and either kili-, or so far crrpil-a
tv,r he is eaiy cp'url They are made of
ries ; r?ie U.re m the 'ialler t.in? seven-ei -hths
inc'i.snd of fh larger, an inch and an e;bth.
: me ihn 18, and fhe other, 21 pound. An
vy r U fharjeff powler is a!! that is ued,
in Heinzhwled with a bomb,cylindric-I in f rrn,
hjrrned at the flrwvrl end, and havim a
f of lnl;-mMr attched to it, like an arrow to
t ;f to if m-irk. The cylinder i- VI inches lfng,
'th two fo f jur ounces of powder, accord rig to
Mid havinz a h-tnk 6 in'-hes long, with a fuse
This fhe is ignited when the gun is discharged
tr.If.Je in jiit fivesecond. which gives sufficient
'or it to penetrate the whale and do its deadly
The pie-e is fired from the shoulder, like the
"n eun. and fhe bomh is projected with the
i n cf a r'fle balL If it penetrate a vital part
wha'e. it is almost sure to kill him at once ; if
i in the reeion of the spine, or of one of the
f.the whale's back is broken or his shoulder
" s'lvrered ly the expl"sion. so that he can
no further effort to escape The lance is then
rd the monter killed with little risk of life, or
:ng the boAt sfote. They mot ualy species cf
to tike is aid to be the " California reys."
xremely shy. and wb-n after a long chase,
arprie. an iron is fistened in them they run
t Ml locomntire. dire to the bottom of the
or nvrre frequently turn upon the boat and
j' to atoms with thier flukes. Several ships
ve Keen fitfel out at the Sindwich Islands,
TSicg on the coast of California, have lost
7 all their twvtta K wllk tlua varlilr
s. The Rtmh Lance has consequently, become
lipen-ibl article in tlfe onrfit of these whalers.
h:w carry one gnn for each boat, while others
rniy one or two. The cuna eewt from 40 tn S V)
nd the Njm S3 50 a piece. One ship lately
1 t Honolulu., which reported having taken
hU. oil by the use of the Bomb Lance.
xiit Propt. Vot Ion? a?o. lvritea a corres-
f-t f tb tTaiekerhorker- an tfornw with con-
flMe wel? " !.! not mnih hroin Mm trt
KinOhfo. to "locite." One iliy when the
KCw i fall, wiitinj the distribution of the
l a haCritte'l fellow (tepped np to him in the
M sil, "Mr. S . I'm toM you have
here to practice law." "Ye-. I have." "Well.
piil find it a first rate location. I hadn't lived
oar months before I was ?ued ten times." Well,
I couM live here for ye-ira without be
il at a'.L" I presnme too ennl.I " aaid oar
KitteJ fnen-l;. people here are pretty darned
f ; they don't sne a fellow without he'i eood for
FOR SLE OR TO LET.
fWO fOTTlCES. OVR fOTlln
2 fnoms, the oth-r 4 room, pleasantly and retire-lly sit
? L"1 th tnf running between the eld French prem-
i . riiman s resilience oa Beretania street. F term.
' J. W. PFLrGER,
1 At fl. H:ckfcl.l O.'s.
8T RECEIVED EX MELITA."
f'AE .tS.HORTMEfT OP PlfT ivn
"8 I bite Lrail mu. .itr, V 1
' fl p --"
P'tit, fans xreen, chro oe green;
vr l:ri, kegs Venitian red.
Krs Fnnh yellow, chrome yellow in oil,
Ti'i Prnsaia blue, putty,
Vif ch!k an I widtinc,
B biMiedfil. 21 qu.l:y do,
Eaw and kani cat. turpentine.
l.tr Ue hy . H.
s rXDERSICSBIl IXTEXDS LEI V-
' &' vl-n on or about (he ftrstof Janoary next, a . d
il r-rsoi harifig; claim artinst him to pr sent lb iu
' tlie Rnc .cf S w-mhrr. 154. Thankfid f the ma- J
' & r eeired at lice hawli of the publie f Honolulu, Im
pwralli r-cncneiKl his brothr. 8. II. HETrV. who
r k.lter lotha -T Si M AUK ET," lor a
pla:o.Juirl tin1n ' L, F. BKATTT.
Tee Plantation Tor Sale !
ITCOSn COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT IIANALEI, KAUAI,
' 1 tV saW n i 1..1 at PlKntKHon enmprlse np-
r "' A err, and ha noon it 30 OOO C.Ore
Tb land la wrn c lcntol tn tho cnltivation of rartl
D1 tt I uacmeumbred. and will be sold by Fee
iiue. fan mrtienlmra and terms ofaSe. inquire of
B. ". FIELD.
YELLOW METAL, Sec. a
TELLOW MCT1L, ASSOtlTTD
f"" Compocution Kails, aaaorted sis. Foraik by
, B. w. x:xlu
THEIXTEXTIOX OF THE r?
n trxre this Kiiwlmn. THUS. C. WO
"a. Joly 10.1S5S. 10-at
PON APE GRAMMAK.
EW COPIES OP THE PAMPEl
'XXes on thw fli Sinai t tka v 1
OFFERS FOR SALTS AT HIS STORE
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND
CONSISTING OF A
PAINTS AND OILS,
JIEW WOODS ! IKV GOODS !
FOR SAU: TO ARRIVE
From Boston Sireot
1 bale clove;
6 baga pepp-r;
1 Veit nuunefcsi '
10 boxes com starch;
60 ken eplit peas;
10 half bbls currants;
lOOliaif bnxe raislna;
100 quarter hoxea raisin;
100 boxes Winchester's S. W. snap;
10 boxe saleratus, (1 tb paper;)
500 quarter boxes ar1inei;
20 cases "St. Cair" anl Uptnu' tobacco 8's, 100 fha each
S case sweet Oranee cavendish" tobacco 100 fi each;
ft cases Emmet's Swcet Oranpe cavendish tobacco 201bs ea;
jm nan ooxes uouxm rennea loai sucar;
60 hair bbls do do - crumbed su$rar;
5 No. 4 whalemen's catobooses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. 3 favorite pattern " Roper illiams stoves, complete,
with pipe an.1 fixtures the best pattern ever Imported into
IIooslulu lr ratmlr use. Over 400 stores have been sold
by the subscriber, and in no case ha any complaint been
10 No. stove of the same pattern.
62 doxen 2 & tins oysters best, put up expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days or sailing or "Syren.
20 dor 1 ft tins oysters;
20 dm 1 ft tins preen corn;
20 dux 1 tb tins fresh clams;
40 dciz 2 ft tins do do;
20 ilos I ft tins lobsters;
SO doz 2 ft tins preserved meats;
43 tins smoked herring;
10 do caus (1 lb) raspberry jam;
10 dox cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 d' preserved peaches, (2 ft cans);
8 do apple palp, do;
CO do Verdale olives;
60 do 1 ft cans assorted soups;
20 do 1 ft cans soup and bouliie;
10 do 2tb cans chicken;
10 dox i ft cans turkey;
20 dox 2 ft can assorted broths;
6 blls cider vinepar;
80 tins each cf butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 do denim pants;
12 dus red flannel shirts;
10 Jos blue do do;
3 dox prey do do;
26 dos each linen drill frock and pant; .
23 da angola genu' half he;
22 dox do ribbed do;
cases Uxbriige 4-4 wlute sheetings;
5 bale Western State 4-4 brown do;
6 bales uff !' extra heavy denims;
5 cast- Shetucket blue drills;
3 hales Pepprivl Urn do;
6 case Merrimac two blue prints;
2 hales Thonnlyke tiCKS;
2 bales Imperial r yal blue flannels;
62 pairs ue-tvy 7 ft'bl inket all wool;
2 ca- extra One wtm J-.-aa;
6 bbU c-xton twine, I
8 an I 7 th'd;
4 Ce ! do. )
100 rutins iidd-e, (crtiipletc);
10 d' ch irc-ml iroi.s:
25 d'i nwvy IjHitdUd ax- rndrrldli's";
2u b'ts lmiriiton .ich;
60 ii U IliKgh im Ke;
So thj t c .vrre.1 buckets;
10 1 S-iKVip-r.t i aint-l p:l;
15 .tests (S i mi; U' p;ii!s;
iO - ;
6 case itait br ga-is;
400 1H. IT an I 14 f-t 4.:r;
50 lx: ci.'t-n itttcK, X- 1 to 10;
100 tct: nils.
Viir nis'l Spirit.
50 lO-ipii: n k'-irj' M-i'iMPlt la whisky
&o lo-.ilci kepi N. K run;
So 10-ffi.ll"n keg Am"ricaj brandy;
10 e.e Ib'er's hiners;
60 c:i. chaniwn; cider; s
6'd X pints AMniny
60 d d J d p-.rter.
Per 3Ionntrin Wave," expected in
800 cal!nn bf ho-Vil !;
75 T-niee n;line bll complete;
. 2TW0 ft navy brvad ;
' 50 half M1 TUh'-d susrar;
25 half boxes loaf d ;
25 itfd'h stk Annrriitn brandy.
Per Yoan; Creek," expected in An?nst,
150 19. 17 and 15 feet oars;
2 c-ils ca Manila rr.pe.H. 11. H, 2, 21,2, 2?,3 in.
30 bales c-fcm duck. X"s 2, 3. 4. 6, 6, 7, , 9.
S4 keps as-tet oails;
40 fts Prus-ian blu paint;
10 ft chrnr yellow do;
60 fts chnmie preen do;
10 tb verrotllin;
104b French blue;
00 charcoal Inxis;
5 N . 4 stoves " Roger Williams;"
6 hale hps;
1 case h'ps. 1 ft P"P;
100 W'l extra prime pork; . .
2O0 hMs ;alHro flour;
llJOOO rbs piK bread;
23,000 ft navv bread;
100 tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new Goshen butter;
25 half bbls new apples; -lia
small cheeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raisin;
200 half do do;
100 boxes S. W. soap;
0 cask 7-nt- currant;
25 kits No. 1 mackerel;
5 cases (JO ft) bags table salt;
15 case lrixon's naif l tobacco;
50 )x-f champagne cider;
50 box- porter pint 100 dox;
10 bbl old Bourbon whisky;
10 10-pallon keg prime B-iorboo whisky;
20 0-pallon kep do do do; .
SO 2-v!lon keg superior and extra whUky;
0 octave "Kivierre" brandy;
10 do " Pinet Castillon Co." brandyt
6 quarter cask - Duff Gordon' pale berry ;
25 bole gunny hazs;
44 dox grey flannel shirts;
9 A-a. scarlet do do;
4 dot blue do do;
30 dos denim pants;
32 dm denim frocks:
13 bale Am keag sheeting 4-4 brown;
6 bate do drill Jo;
10 bale Otis denims;
7 bales Cordis drill 4-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 half bbls hide poln.
rr rr .ale to arrive, on Uberal nnj by gpAU)IXW
AND FOR SALE1
MEN'S KAI-ET SKA BOOTS,
Cfll Do Calf Bo.., Men's Kip do, 31
r I L Do Calf Congres Boots; Aj
1 Vria-M-,,'. Calf pat. leather lovetop Conres Bo."
cl.4htipMConfr.booU, La!ka' Fr. kid buskins,
Do morocco do.
Io calf xforl ties.
T calf wide strap shoe,
T)o P. L. wide strap do,
To jroat slippvrs.
Do fane carpet llpper,
Ix cork aote.
Boy' calf b..
Youth' fa If boot.
Boys' calf broxans,
-Voutlia calf bmcao.
Ladies' pat. cf. silk Contrre,
Do plin do do.
i Do cork soles,
Jliaie' poat lce boot,
i Do P. L lace do.
do ankle ties,
do do do.
Fr. kid do do,
opera do do,
sroat lace boots,
Do Fr. kid slipper, '
Iron and line he nads, shoe thmd. pep, etc. (
A!Mr.I IcOT Of VERT SIPERIOR
FJ'SCY ARTICLES t Lwli.- nl Children, via t
Kmbr-Hdered children' waists.
Do do dresses,
Thread-luce an t Insertions,
Children's silk hair net.
An rrment 4 child rii socks.
ljBOCl,il.lren,s patent fl- s'h-r Kmtsand hoc,
IjuIIm d. Mack ilk veils.
fcVnl re.Tqualiry U lie.' white kid glove.
, White C wl silk.
Extra r""d hif flannel.
rap. black, irr-eti, rl. etc , ch-ciille, .
Pill, o U an-1 tassels for cti'hlons,
gjlk jo do for plcturt.
-m-v rnrai'ENCK OF THE death
the Brm of B COADY Ct will be Kroueht I u, a etaMi " P,
,7a po-.i..and the name of the Arm will h,h!1ra
Tly inTcIrryinK ma existing contract, eompletin: uoflnished
, - P. 8. WILCOX,
(By hi Attorney. Fsoctc rn
ITonnluIn, July 20. l?w- -
TWENTY BASKETS MORE Ob' THAT
Wine ever draoa on VZ CUAKV3- k CO.
COCO . NUT OIL.
. . nfrff f , PtOTT
. a n at t ai - mrm m i. n m k m
-aw a w. JB A W
A ' """ mMmi ----
WELL . SELECTED STOCK OF
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CHINA GOODS. ,
UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
.PORT EIJA . 9 t
WH,cn SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL
v v aiay xtn, toas, consisting or
Bales fancy prints, bale muslin, a complete assortment blanket;
A lnjw A 1 , . Jt I . '
piaiuB, uKureu lusires, urieans, nrussuis carpet;
Velvet carpets, black doeskin, velvet rues, blue twilled flannel;
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas, silk umbrellas. Victoria
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchiefs, regatta shirts;
Fancy shirts, white shirts, superior white shirts, jean shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment ofclothinjr, fine hosiery;
Limm mi-ran, siik tnreaa. assonea men's ana women' (hoes;
Reefing; Jackets, pilot coats and trowsers, fancy drills;
White sheetintr, brown hollands, linen cambric handkerchiefs; '
White damask table covers, huckaback toweling, white drills;
Shirtings, mailapolams, grey domestics, floe and good white calico,
50 tons rice.
Casks bottled ale and porter,
Hhds draueht ale.
Cases fancy biscuits.
An Invoice of Roskill's Englibh watches,
6 aon fencing wire, t
; 6 small iron safes,
2 copy inn presses,
Assorted hoop iron.
Assorted round ami square Iron;
20 boxes IX tin plates,
6 sheets lead,
English white lead, paints and oil.
Alao expected via San Francisco:
Serge and flannel shirts. .
On Hand :
Liverpool and St I'hes salt,
English (miceries. pie fruits, pickle,
English brown snap.
Slates and fire bricks,
Anchors and chains,
Saddler v. etc etc.
And a very varied assortment of Dry Goods and Sundries.
XT An invoice of NEW O'.cODS is expected h Ttlv f nm San
Francisco. 10-tfl KOBEKT C. JAXION.
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
llavlns - med a Copartnership fort
viic i 7c ui ufltrrjriii); oil me ii.
Butebrrinx Busimss. Inienil"'''
keeping th-ir market supplied with the best Beef, Pork. Mrr-
tom, SACKar.es, and everytl'ing pertaining to the Butchering
Busin.-ss. T.iankful for past fivurs, we solicit a continuation of
the liht-ral patronage liitherto bestowed on each of us, and r-s-
peetfully invite the public to call and examine the quxlitv of the
tock we offer f.r sale daily at the TOWN MARKET. Kivo
aTKKkT, opposite J. I. n aterhouse's mnnuahi store.
L.V.M HfcHT f. KEATTy,
j Late of Citv Market.
Late of Washington Market.
X. B Families can have their marketing sent homesreeof
charge, by sending their onhT to the Town Market. 10-tf
SMALL INVOICE P THE AHoVE
o-ltoratl IHttL'rs, just received ier Kanny Maj, r, and
ik-l.y (lo-tfj C. L. UICIIAUDS & CO.
moke m;v saddlery goods
I S rf
essioTis to hi ;TT
is stand, corner
ETM, to Wllil'll he fm ( im
St k of SADDLKKY at h
would invite the atU'iitiin of the popie of Honolulu and the
Hawaiian Mauds generally. He has just received per " Fanny
1 set silver mounted Tiouble Harness, fitted to use singly;
Sets silver mounted Light Single Harness;
Sets japanned Light Single Harness.
A lot of best plain and heavy sttmpd Trias Rnnger
and Moehell.a Saddlrav, warranted No. 1; Hair Ciiicht,
Gut and Bone Buggy Whip; making, together with his former
stock, the most -ompletc assortment of Goods in his line ever
offered in Honolulu. Contenting himself with small profits, for
the sake of quick Mums, he offers excellent bargains for cash.
July 20, ISM. 103-Ira R. H. ROBINSON.
SELDOM TO BE FOUND WHEN WANTED.
BOARD, OF SlI'E-
XJ rior quality,
Portfolios leUer, foolscap and larger sizes;
Cash Boxes, with keys;
Bri-tol Boards, small snd extra large sizes;
Faber's sujerior Polygrade Drawing Pencils 8 in
each Ikix eo,ual to the best Loudon pencils;
Manifold Lett, r Writers;
ChiWren's Indestructible Toy Books;
India Rubber Pen Holder a new article;
10 gross The Molalion" and "Franklyn" Peps.
10S-2in For sale by II. M. WHITNEV."
fVlIIOSE W II O WISH TO
W. jn h ,ntl!nrv An flick tin.
dera'gned, convince themselves that mJf id
firorer & tinker's Family Machines
are to be preferred to cverv othr, rr ix .rood reasons.
100-tf j G.' P. JCDD, Agent in the Hav. Islands.
si;c;ar, syrups and molasses,
FROM THE NEW CROI FROM THE
EAST MAUI PLAJTAT10J",
For sale by (3-t0 H. UACKFELD fc Co.
l ipl.-l f, this market, to arrive per CAXDACE. from
Hmlurg, due here in September, have lu-tbeeti received xx
fAWY MAJOR, via Panama, and will be olTered for sale by
the undersigned to arrive. h irACKFELD fc
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
ER YANKEE For sale by 1 -104-tf
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
ASM4LL ftlTAXTITV OF PURE FIXE
BRAN DY, warranted superior t- any In the mar'.et.
A l-Cuse. genuine Hosier's bitter,. j For ?myQ
USE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB
scrvations, and every branch necessary for an aocm
niishul Navigator, Uucht in the roost thirrouvh and practical
Residence, Smith sueet.
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
VEiy SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wtioden Iteds, and PH ELAN'S CtLE
BRATED COMBINATION CI Slll'INS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, CtK-a, Wax, Pockets, Ac. A pply ta
FOUR DRUMS CODFISH.
DRUMS S;PKRIOR CODFISH Ex "Yan.
aee,' fa ale by 10-tf
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE.
r rs. c a s es California white wine
Am Jr x-r Vankee," for sal by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
TEAS ! TEAS!
B. W. FIELD.
UPERIOR FIRE AXD.THIEF PROOF
safe, made by Messrs. iemo cs lioocns,
B tston. For sale
A. P. EVERETT.
EN TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CUREO
cor sale oy
ei4t " - , CHAS. BREWER, 2a.
COOKING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE,
For sale by
Wf 4 - CHAA. BREWER, 2s.
Ak irvx:ci HIDE POISON. .
j9 - Foraleby
CHAS-. BREWER, 2d
-- ii - "
A. CART WRIGHT.
J IT S T Anil IV ED !
TI1E BEST ASSGHTED -
STO.CK- IN TOWN!
TO TIE SOLT) REASONABLE, ,
'V:v 'V " AT THE '
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
OPPOSITE MAKF.E AND ANT1T0N S BLOCK.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT.
IAS JUST RECEIVED. PER "MELITA,"
KNGLISH and AMERICAN GOODS choice i
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a large quantity of
Saddlery Fixings, Including; whole Hide, Enameled Leather, and
. I urniture tor damage.
Silk Umbrellas, Linen Handkerchiefs,
20 cases blue Cottons, ,
Bale heavy Denims, Blankets,
35 casea Calf Broptn, Kip BroRan, Boots,
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,
Hal of various styles,
rYinta, new patterns.
Steamboat Irons, Collins Axes,
Silk Handkerchiefs, colored and black,
Pilot Coats, fine Kersey Pants,
White Linen Pants, Moleskin Pants,
. Cheap Pants, Satinet Pants, Hickory Shirt,
Hosiery, Drawers and ITudershirts,
Cotton L'mbrellas, "
Black Lace Falls.
Silk Velvet, RioBons. black Silk Hdkfs,
Brown Cottous, brown Prills, blue Drills,
Willow Waeons and Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, Cutlery,
And a Tery Lai-jfe Variety mf Other Goods.
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE.
JUST RECEIVED PROM BOSTON, BY
the MELlTAt consisting In part of -
Heavy log chains,
.Wire rat traps,
Br.tces and hits,
C. S. auger bits,
Scythe and snathes,
G irden spades,
I. R. curry comb,
Plumbs and levls,
S;ish t-Hil brushes,
C. S razors,
R w pins,
Carvers ami forks,
C. S. handled axes,
Etc-, etc., etc.
Fot sale by
W. N. LADD.
Bark " MeJita."
XS. CODFISH: KITS NO.
Kits cd t'ingiu-s.
Cases lard. In tin.-, 10 lb each.
Corn meal. In tims
Grouod rice. In tins,
Carolina ric.in bbls,
Boston m .keel hams,
' Ioiif sugar,
Water cracker, -Butter
. Ovster do.
At S. SAVIDOE'S.
JUST RECEIVED PER "FANNY MAJOR,"
l ND FOR SALE BV II. M. WHITNEY I
v Fair's Pily$rrKi,
Red and Rliw Pencils,
1 iivi.l's Cariuiue Ink,
Lvechild's Juvenile Library 12 volume,
Silver Lake Strt-i- 6 volumes,
I nele G;,.rge8 StM-a 12 v dumcs,
R Ho B-mk's Stories 12 volumes
l.ittie Folks Library 12 volume.
Young America Juvenile Li rary 12 volumes,
Miltou's Ptit:al Works,
Rogers' Potlical Works,
iio'. Grayw and Goldsmith's Poetical Works,
1 Valentine's Poems,
' 1 I'ictorial Family Encyclopaedia, '
1 I'niversal Library of Literature,
1 M irror f t he World,
1 Hood's Humorous Poems,
1 Voltaire and Times,
1 s-t of Spurgeon's Sermons,
1 Georgia Scenes, ,
1 Last IluggriTOUSgers,
1 Earnest M;tn, . .
1 Testimony of Rockf,
1 Impressitms of England,
1 Smith's Dictionary A Arts,
1 Works of Chesterfield.
1 Portraits of my Married Friends,
1 Leslie's Cook Rook,
1 Hale' Cook B.Hk,
1 Young Ldies' Offering,
1 Thoughts and Things,
1 You Have Ht-ard of Them,
1 Chittenden's Book-keeping, i 100-tf
M. furnish to the Honolulu public the folloTing, on the most
rcrsonalile terms :
In any quantity, for building and other purposes, at so much
each. In the rough, or not squared, for uiKiation to buildings.
at so much per ox cart load. Stfs and Door or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth sunace. cut out in any sue to suit.
Lisur. Fire Wood.
. Itallunt Tor Vcwarla.
Ilitlra. Shrrpskina. Horna. Sic.
107-tf " J. 1. DOWSETT.
UST RECEIVED. PER
F small iuvoice or Shoes, as follow
l"atent !rath,-r, glove bp. Congress Gaiters,
Enameled Congress Gallcrs,
For sale by C. A. & n. F. POOR.
PER M E LI T A A N INVOICE OF Su
perior LIGHT CLGTHINtJ, adapted to Town Trade:
White linen duck Coats,
White Marseille ds
White linen drill Pants.
Black alpacca Frocks,
107-tf For sale low by C. A. & II. F. POOR.
RSUANT TO AN OK IKR MADE Bl
lis Honor S. L. Austin. Circuit Judge, third Judicial Dis
trict, at a Probate Court held at Hilo on the 6th inst., I her. by
give notice to all whom it may cmceru that on Tues lay, the
Slt day of August. 1858, nt the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M ,1s! alt
ell 1 y ituhlic auction to tlie highest bidder therefor, on the prem
ises, a ten acre l of land situate on Puueo, Hilo, Hawaii, to
gether with the improvements thereon, it being a part and par
cvl or the Real Estate belonging to Ilei ry Brown, late of Wi
roea, deceased, intestate. Further particulars at the time of
sale? IM IS A. PAVIE,
Hilo, July 7tb, 1858. 110"-7t Administrator.
' " REMOVAL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Makee & Anthon's fire-proof building, up stairs, over
the store of W. A. A Id rich.
C. A. A H. F. POOR.
FOR SALE 3 4. OOO CeRMAN BRICKS,
to arrive in September, per bark 44 Harburg." Applv to
107-tf ED. HOFFdCnLAEGKR A STAPENHOKST.
IOR SALE REFINED HESSIAN AND
Liverpool Rock Salt to arrive Id September, per oara
Harburg. Apply to
107-tf ED. HOFFsCHLAEGER A STAPESHORST.
THE UNDERS.GNED HAS REMOVED
his AUCTION rtUSlSESS to tlte New Store on Queeu
street, "J anion's Bl ck. A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, July 1A, 1853. 107-tf Auctioneer.
JUST RECEIVED THE - GENEALOGI
cal Tree of our Savior drawn and lithographed by Wm.
St. Maur Bingbam. For sale by
107-tf H. M. WHITKET.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS,
CONSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE AS
a pocket knife. For sale by
106-2ia - H. M. WHITNET. -
RASPBERRY SYRUP. , .
ORDON'S RASPBERRY STRUP Par "Tao :
kee,n for sale by -
C. L. RICTlaRDS k CO.
rj -. r
C0ZZENS PALE SHERRY. '
COZZENS PALE SHERRY The flnaat aintcrcr
imported tut sale by . - . ' r
104-f ' . C. L. RICHARDS CO.
i i : FLooni:1
TTELLOW PINK II-. A'D CBT-a
ll Tooguad and frooved .flooring, K"?.JE"-" i
. M-tf , . CM. UwmJ.
WE W GOOPS!
JUST RECEIVED BY THE "MELITA.1
V ' E. 0, Mi oCt3rs for Sale : ?
rTTTARDWARE. A. I DRY GOODS, fee.
LiU. Sheet tine. Hunt' axes, Rucbes, fin ribbon j
Axe hacheU, hingllng do; iLadiea', infanta, children's,
C. 8. shovels, f pad us, hues; boys' and misses' assorted
Rakes, manure fork, bog hoe;' hats;
Three-tined hay-fork; r Brown and white table damask:
Tea kettles, sauce pans; Assorted table napkins;
Baled kettles, iron pot; " Assorted fruit napkins;
Vests tin trunks and uls; jWhite Oannel, crash;
Pins, plate,! forks, with ivory Linen toweling, hackabuck;
handled knive to match; Spat lace, black fringe;
8 JWins: bir.l, drawing pencils; Black bombazine;
Iixlia robber hair pins; Satin ribbons, elastic do;
fishhooks, pearl buttons; . Brown and black taftta ribbon;
Perforated board, buff:y lamps; Velvet ribbon, black crape;
Assorted planes, do: collars; Serpentine braid, tapes;
Potty knives, peg cutters, I Mohair mita, Italian silk;
Assorted tea trays; Erobroi.tered collars;
Whips and whip Ushes; . i Men's flue half hose; ..
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding gloves;
Whitawash. flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
aud shoe brushes; - . Hickory shirts, denim; -
Sail twine, box graters; t H and 2 bushel bajjs;
Ruled foolscap and hill paper; Heavy ticking, brown drills; N
Augur bits, choppinfr knives; Brown cotton, wicking;
T-hiiiRes. log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping; cord;
DoRchainsoowandsheepbells; Blue and whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, braBS and Tidy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; Boot webbing, silk umbrellas,
Bench and hand screw; I Etc., etc., etc.
Brad awls, padlocks:
Door aud chest locks, assorted;'
Gimp tacks, rivets
Tieroa Carolina rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screw; Nutmegs, curry powder;
Slate pencils, steelyards;
Assorted candy ;
Board measure, rules, rifles;
Swede' iron, round iron;
Crowbars, pickaxes, hammers;
Shears and scissors;
100 kegs nails, saws;
Riveting hammers; u.
Eagle plows, No. 2;
Eagle plows, No. 20;
Horse plows, side hill plows,
narrows, hayrakea, cradles;
Ox bows and yoke; .
Cattle leader and hull rings;
Guarded lanterns, lamp;
Solar lamp and extra globes;
oyster and milk crackers; "
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies' Congress gaiters, llk
Do buskins and slippers;
Do calf do, thick sole
Do India rubhers,childs do
Do goat bootees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
Do goat slippers;
Do' kip boots, thick ole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do thin sole;
S lar chimney, hangine lamps;
Plated castors and extra bottle;
Misses' a ad child's ass'd boot,
Tulw, pails, buckets, trunk
shoes and buskin.
C. 8. and V . B. rocking chairs;
M ISCEL. A RTICLES.
C. S. chairs, looking glasses:
Single and double high-post
Zinc paint, pure lead, and un.
dries too numerous to mention
ERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
rket rates a Urge assortment of Goods, re
edfiuni SaaFrasieiacouHl Liverpaak Among them
White cottons, shirting.
White cotton drill, mailapolams.
Fancy drill, printed cords, I wo-blue prints.
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
Fancv shirts, white shirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, lasting.
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel,
White Nankets. large assm't of linen drills, French merino,
Duck and trowserinps, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orlean silk, poncho cloth,
Embrd cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, ttusseii com coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoe, assorted,
Men's shoes, tallies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. hdkfr, silk neckties,
Felt hatt (assrtd), cord,
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, Ac
English pie frut. pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper.
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, clove, oatmeal, tame sail, saraines.
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, r.ngusn Drown soap,
Sheet lead, assorted English files,
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails,
Oarden chairs, bronze hat stands, conk's ladles,
Handsaws, saw sets, asirted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Ch -st locks, barrel bolts, try pans, anvils.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop iron, assorted iron, screw wool press, .
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates, '
Burnished bits, sail needles,
rump tacks, electro-plated ware, fork, spoons.
Anchor and Chain.
Bottled ale (a flrstrate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Tom, hock.crabapple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue ami white; saddles, bridles, belts dairy salt;
Liverp-iol pickling salt, M. I ties packing salt, pipes;
It lac:.. vellw and grueu iMint, hemp roie, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnalmrz, strong wide bagging, wool bag;
Blacksmith's cai, carriage ana otuervaruisnes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chsmber sets, tea sets, bowls, aaatd;
Dinner plates, soup pl.-ites, 6 inch plates, fiat dishes, mugs;
Metal covered jus and pitchers, etc., etc.
92-tJ BUKfcur u jsaiua.
IS. F. SIVOIV
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchaser, at
the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Grey merino shirts.
White ami grey merino draw'r
Check linen shirts.
White L B shirt.
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
White " "
Red flannel "
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt hat.
Women's white cotton hose,
Colored India satin,
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boots a ail Shorn.
Goat buskins. Calf Congress boots, -
Ladies' bootees. Eu md leather uongress boots.
Iemon svrap, Assorted pickle, hair gal,
Tomato catsup, Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Superior Blnck Tea.
Water and butter crackers. Soil a, oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables, " Rusa cordage, assorted sizes
M inila whale line, jwanila coniage, assorteu size,
Sail needles. Cut nails, lanterns.
Paint oil, turjientme, Uomosition nans.
Pure and extra white lead. Copper boat nails.
1 French bedstead.
Solar side lamps
Irab ofnee chairs,
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimney
Walnut can;- seat chair.
Sheaths and belts.
Hingiiara buckets, grindstones. Red, wlcite and blue banting.
or nil and Polar Oil. See. A;e.
I KraWS t v naiiflii i.his nnm -
India Rubber Hoae, bf 'inch and 1 inch,
, Brass. Ileae Pipe Lead Pipe..
Ate, AiC, tc. 93-tf
- SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
UST RECEIVED PER FANNY -MAJOR
,lir-t from the Manufacturer ill New York, a small invoice
of Davie V Joues celebrated patentel shoulder seam ami three
ply c llar shirts . They are selected so that we can fit alm.ist
anv sixe, and afford to sell them -JO er cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to emivince any one of their superi
ority In every respect over any others in the market at present.
McCOLGAN A CAM PBELL, '
100-tf " Tailors, cor. King A Fort St.
THE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPEAKE
Ovstcrs constantly on hand, via : Himblim, IUker At Co
and LkBki x's. LeBrun's are warranted superior to any in iba
market. For sale by 81-tf C A. A H. F. POOR.
GREY ME KINO UNDERSHIRTS.
REV MERINO UNDERSHIRTS AND
Urawcrs lorale low by
tf ; - U A. it ll. r. rvwu.
; ENAMELED SHOES AND GAITERS.
do. Gaiters 5 just received and for
31-tf C. A. A II. F. POOR.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
SALMON ! SALMON !
L'ST RECEIVED FRO
Cisco, and for sale by 94-tf
0J.D JAMAICA RUM!
ND'C HAM PAG NE X Assorted brands for sale at
B. W. FIELD.
.TbLD sazerac and martell BRAN-
Jn dy, in bond or duty paid Tor ale by
RICHARDS A CO.
WILSON cfc FAIRBANRS OLD BOCR
bon Whisky A few dozen of this superior whisky for
aaleby (lOA-cf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
OLD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
ky. in 10-gaUon package, in bond or duty paid, for sale by
10if C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
ALHAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
NUUANC STREET. ABOVE THE COR
ner of Hotel street, Honolulu, Sandwich Island.
O- Lunch at aU hours Meals 25 cents "
IfcjLtf , R. V. &PEIDEN, Proprietor.
EAU DE COLOGNE. In cham. IxXtles, do eight-corner
bottles. Lublu' extract, Florid Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc ' '
...... v-for aaleby ' - :.
" . - H. HACKFELP.
iplALIFORNIA CnEESIS ' ' ;
UJ Hatfbbzea Raisin. '" t ' '
, . JpJube Paate. 'MA1, h .
UST RECEIVED FEOM EUROPE I
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP ' 'I .
1120 ton Register, Captain Z. HARDIN0, win aall fee Naw
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding is aa experienced
whaling captain, and Shippers of Oil nay rely upon the beat of
car being bestowed on such as may he shipped. The ship it
provided with a force pump and hose to wet oil.
This ship wiU be fallowed by the Ship A NG LO SAXON
M ART ROBINSON and GLADIATOR. -
For freight or passage apply to
Honolulu, July 22, 1868. 108-tf D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT!
THE CLIPPER SHIP
10M Tons, Captain JOHN W. BATES,
Will have dispatch for New Ycrk. For freight or pasaaga
apply to loa-tf J -: . B- COADY A CO. -
Ships of Good Capacity
CAN OBTAIN -J&
Rernrn Canroes, or
o xi rt rr 23
TO LOAD WITn
CJIAAO AT JAR VIS ISIiAItfD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
rT0 NEW YORK ORcANV OTHER PORT
in the United State, that may be agreed on. Mooring
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of ship'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to thl under
signed, at hi Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. " C. P. JCDD,
' Agent of the AMERICAN GCAN0 COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1858. 88-tf .
. ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM TI1E C.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months or March. May r Juae,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisementa In daily
papers of the above month.
For might or passage to, or draft on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, 8. Z.
B. W. FTold, . - Honolulu.
Sutton A Co. .... . - New Tork.
Cook A Snow, - New Bedford.
. M-U . -
Freeman &, Co'
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
X3 X. X X. ESS,
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
JhfS United Slnlea, Sont b America.
OlT" Canada a and Enp.
COSW.IiaU IM SEW TORK WITH TUB AMERICAK-fSCBOPEAH Bl.
PRESS C0XPAKT TO ECR0PE.
GOLD DUST. COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the beat
Insurance Companies In New York and London.
Package, Parcel and Letter forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messenger.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal port of the west coast of Sooth
America, which is pnraiptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
try Collection made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
I A. P. EVERETT, ... - Honolultj.
l ... tt .
llil MONTGOMERY STREET, OAJi V HANC15CO.
WLLLS, FARGO & CO.'S
REGCLAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Lat
ter and valuable parcels, to all part of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agent at Honolulu sell Rills of Exchnnee in um to suit
on Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco r New York. Alo
Wells, Fargo s. Co.' franked U.S. Qoremraent envelope,
which pass free over the California and coast route, and over
the Atlantic route from San Fra.icisco to Nw Tork. ,
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
1 Oct. 1. 1856-tf. R. COADV A CO.. Agent .
A. F. & A. M.
LE PROGRES OE L'OCEAWIE
LODGE, No. 1-24, under the jurisdiction of the 8a
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodge of France,
working in the ancient Scotch Rite, hold it regular
meetings on the Wednesday nearest tne iuu moon 01 eacn
month, at the old Lixlge Room, in King street.
try Visiting bretliren respectfully invited to attend.
August 18. 60-tf II. SEA. Secretary.
THBCXDERSIC.VE1) HAVING BEEN AP-
A IHiiuted Guarlians of the person and property ot WILLIAM
C. LL'N ALILO, on of Charles Kanaina. of Honolulu, hereby
give uotice to all persons indebted o him to make immediate
payment ; and all person having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. AUSTIN, Ho
nolulu. J- W. Al STIN.
Feb. 22, 185S. 87-tf C. KANAINA.
U. the person and property of WILLTAM C. LCNALILO,
on of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust
ing the said W. C Lnnalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by him. . J- W. Al'STIN,
Feb. 22. 1858. 87-tf ' C. KANAINA. .
F1IIE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
M. leave the kingdom, offer for sale the premise now occu
pied by himself, known as the "Ciaerf ial IItrl."
including the 8 uihles aiijolning. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful con
ducting of the he! business, consisting of one superior Billiard
Table, In first rate order, bar fixture, etc
The Lrrax f the Lot on the corner of Nuuanu and
Rereunia streets, known as the " Circus Lot," and fhe Lease of
the "Nuuanu Baths." -
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22. 1853. 95-tf
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
UNDERSTANDING THAT THE 'E ARE
rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over lease " certain house in this town, now occu
pied by pnother party. I proclaim it to he false and a base fatv
rication ; in-proof of which 1 w.-uld respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. ihn Montgomery anil T. C. Heuck, who are
the onlv parties able to negotiate for the above premises.
At the request of Mr. E. Burgess, wc hereby declare, that the
course pursued bv him' in reference to the above matter has been
strictly just and hon .rable. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
May 31, 1858. lOMta TH. C. HELCK.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING. BEEN'
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Stephen Reynold, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
give notice to all person having demands against said estate,
to present the same ; and all person Indebted to the same, ara
hereby requested to make immediate payment.
JAMES W. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, January 22, 1858. 8S-tf Admioltrtor.
2. against me, will please present them for settlement imme
diately i and those indebted are requested to can ana seine, or
their account will he left with an attorney for collection.
XT Tlie subs Tiber hereby give "notice that ha will pay no
debts contracted without hi written order. .
H. M ACFARL ANE.
Honolulu. April 20, 1858, 85-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED Intend leaving thisjtingdom
soon, an I will he glad to receive all bill against him 1
alio he requests that those who are indebted to him either per
sonally, or as. (he Agent of the Hudson' Bay Company, will
settle their dents immediately at hi offloe, becaoa In default of
paymect such bills wUl be sued for. w
. (Signed) ROBERT CLOrSTOir.
.' Honolulu, May. 1858. , , .. . . - O-tf .
E CLAMPSUS V.
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN T H AT THE
11 Mystic Emblem of the Ancient and Honorable Order of
"EC. V." hasVen received per bark Yankee, and the under
igned ha been duly appointed G. D. E C. V., for the purpose
of finning a branch of the G. M. C. In Honolulu. Resident and
transient brother will please report them selves on or before the
21 W. of the 4th D. E C. so aa to lie investnd with the E. of
our A. and H. Order, - E. J. SMITH. King street,
96-tf - . M. W. D. G. E C. V., of Honolulu. H. I.
TO THE PUBLIC.
lERslfiVED BEG TO INFORM
the public that they will open a kakct on the lit of July
proximo, at the Country Residence of Air. P. Mann, Naaam
street, where at all time wm oe round a cnotcw ccuww "
GaocaaiBa, at as low rates a can be preared tany tora la
town. Also, av, roRR, MCTtoa, sacsaasa, etc. in mot, an
rythlng usually found in a well appointed country tov.
304-tf - BOYD A MA5IN1.
DR. PUNHUE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
BEGS TO NOTIFY TnOSS nBIOCHTl
of Honolulu who have In their em ploy Chinaman aaWctnt
to tha praottos of Opium Smoking, that be can break thnaef
kl. .- K.Mr mil m. Cnrtniirht,a traataMnx.
XT Apply at hi occe, jaaona uc anwo, i
treat. - - - -
ii kingdom for a - a
1 v. f
ajt peensons ar r
- OY- Ac P. ETEIXETT,': .
' NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAT C0NC2SN.
THE FOLLOWING rNCLAlUCO 7JT
dries,Dow lying in the Bondad cHoret, wiU b aU M Pub
lic Awetioo. by A. P. Evtrtll, TtiartAm. 10
for Storage, via i - . , .
; 1 kef Alcobol,
case Drug, Madiaae sad iMtrusieBta, . , t
I case do,
ScaaMSoadriw. - W. OOODALC.
lio-it tjoBector uaaarai t
&1 cf Valsable Htd Cslils.
ATURDAY, AUG. 18, AT If 0CLOC2, Mm
Win b okl at pabUe aoctloo. by virta af aaOroaff I
cvuprmM v;ourt, oo no premnr, taoa valMa na
a tad oo Puochbowl strvt t, Hooolala. j"")"f lb
vi uuaoi aunney, eoowo a toe
Knanwal Preaiaet t
Th lot eonaica of about 1X000 wet, and Baatwirai Ii na haul
on Punchbowl street, and 80 feet In depth. Thar I a ooasaso.
dfara bouse oo the premise, containing sis rooaaa, and a karfw
coral baaemewt. The lot I capable of great Imiiiutisasnt. Ti
tle fee simple, and terms toad known at tin of sal.
W. H. KAAtXWAt,
Oaardlaa ofO. KaaawaL
For further particular apply to J. W. AU1TIN,
Or to A. P. KTEAXTT.
UODOiulU, Jalf 90, IBM.
Pleasant Valley Uesidecee for Sole.
WILL BE SOLD. IF APPLIED FOR SOON,
that pleasant Cotiaga, situated ta Banana Taltov, now
occupied by Capt. J. Collins, opposite th ridoo of Dr. 0.
This cottage was built two year lnce, of th bsat naienala,
and finished inside and out la the beat manner, and OMsalni
The PartmwHxtti fact.
Two Bed Room, 14x16 feet;
One Bed Room 12x18 feet.
Also -pining room, pantry, kitchen, erraota mum, nabli
andcarriage boose, and an abundant supply of good water.
The lot contain one acre, and title see simple.
The premise can be examine 1 at any time, upon application
to Captain Collins, and for particulars apply to him or
101-tf A. P. JCVESJEXT.
BY JOHN F. COLBUIllf.
1 1 1 1 , '
Merchandise, Klerehacdise. ,
THIS DAV !
THURSDAY. AUG. S. nt IO O'CLOCK. A.M.
Such aa Dry Good, Groceries, Boots, Shoe. Hata, ttcctc
Real Estate : Rear Estate !
ON TUESDAY. AUG. I T, AT HALF-PAtT It
O'Clock. P. Mt
On the premisU, will b sold tha '.
Terr Desirable Cottace and Lot
now occupied by Mr. James Hulley, situated directly mauka of
the u Hale Honolulu." The blouse baa foar room, with ouU
buildings complete. 8ise of tfte lot 123 by U fcai. , TtUe fa
simple. Term at sale.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTAELI2IIMENT
HAVLN0 IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Poirer l?rc,
RUGGLE8 CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER'
3E rixitixic Mtor4l,
Tha Best Awortmeat of Plata ami Faacy
Card ever imported,
18 NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE '1
BOOK, JOB & FANCY
IN EVERT VARIETY Of TASTE AI CilLXt
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. .
. LEGAL BLANKS,
Will be executed promptly, la a superior manner, and at reason
XT Order, by mail or otherwi, will raoslv laBMolaM atet-
m-m KAAmi niiT M. Whitaev. Honolula. Oaba.
BY JAMES J. ARTE. ESQ
rpHE UNDERSIGNED has rsorfvod by tb hip ri
i 1 sa Ella, from Boston, tha foUovtof hue pabUaationt.
by Mr. Jarve. formerly of Honolula t
KIANA, a Tah or Hawaii.
Thi work la founded on one of the ancient tradition of th
Hawaiian, and illustrate their ancient cnatosa and habit. It
I dedicated by the Author to Hi Majesty KaosenaaMha I v.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INQUIRER ; or, War
and What Am I? -By J. J. Jarre.. ,
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