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iiticii of tb property qualification ha
eed io the House of Common and ad
a second reading. The Teen cannot
sanction, unless they wish to i"
qoalieations from which their J
I5sr Gambuso nr Victoria There are
. . i . h mrm reason and traniRh-
jj( ISWB u - rr . m -
t . : Vlnttri aim! IMrn that
iDling I" v.4w. , -
is determined to enforce the statute in
j ii in. several neraona were
t Uv v . ft .
i K!a nffmM: hot wpre diacharir-
Q3Cl UU .4. " C5
laence of the mixed character of the eri-l.i-
bt thin was the first case.
iere will be no mercy shown the gentle
legs who have done eo much to bring
,n some of the towns which have sprung
ce within the last few months, but who
r, given Victoria a pretty wide berth.
9 Discotest is Okeoos. Gold has been
within 15 miles west of Hillsborough,
county, that yields 17 cents to the pan.
w&s made by some men who were dig--race.
Some 30 old miners have gone
ine the diggings. Ib. . -inrrrort
JUrald announces the" return to
of Mr. Peter Fudge after an alsence of
3 t wi mrt-r-v one believed him to be
yt ylr. f uugesaneij iniiBiicauurjwri
o"no tidings had been heard from him till
If wife was married twice after his de
ll A l some rears ago.
i h rn doinefticateil in Algeria 9
re now in a brood. The flesh of the
i rxpectnl to become eatable in its new
.thrre aud eggs are profitable. Paris
kT Yictob.aI On ,n 81,1 u,, ,am'
, w. filing in Victoria, at $'28 per
r,'l -U t-50 bj retail.
,er it. Xe Tork since the 2-"th of June
kn.x-lj hot. he thermometer ranging in
t fvii ? to 1' during nearly the wli..Ie
r Jetihs from on-tnWe hae been more
Un ever at anv former peril"!, the num
1 l-v-f week, in this city and Brookl.vn
.,r t.t ui.wtrJt of ne hundred.
L news cf -ic.. iDtertst frt-ni the Con-
KOR rilK' FILL SEASON.
WRIBKR OFFERS FOR SATuE
,4 Hie Anvrrxa elipprr tip
L ta SnKmNY trnm B)T0X direct. Sate to
urM niui ana unra conu.
oOt-S nnu aeaint:r.
I 1 At.
i x dko an" toot, boou,
. ; 1 . 1
Cia Eozttsh mtttwl,
a hlack ptrpper.
! do MP. capers,
t and tooods,
Boxr mlatl cream.
do id carrant jIly,
i do cranberry jam,
C . honey.
L awxTted ntJit d- murtinnea,
do oouca oecx,
! do do mutton.
do a0rtd meaxa, -
Half bhU driej pple,
Cm- refinol Unl.
do pretfervel vegAbIes,
U Daxall flour.
s nary and pilo bread. In whalemen's csnks,
l-.aTy brod, '
bread, m cans.
hhi prime pnrfc,
lis nto beef.
annrtrd lizes sTteatbios metal.
nmpottinn naila. aaorted sizes.
jwirtmcnt enctnn duck.
Vd Ware and Naval Stores.
Casks inn ship spskea,
do lire pronf paint.
fcnrd flat iron.
fq refined firm,
do soda afth,
V -r ! Manila crUape, from J inch to S Inche,
vhaie Hne. hawer. inch.
;e bnan, 1000 h! oil hooks.
rc. Case oil clntb.
-lbw. Bale kaMks,
'And -!, P-ai darits
V . Whale barn,
k-htnr. flak IvmUs.
fry. I mux chair,
l-i I. V,mmorhair,
, do enneU-l Cth,
d-i rhiMren cap,
do corW-d hair.
. Fneee Mimr and
Ai eifnent- ertiMi'itinf; of
?Ir lee r;-k.
Ck-ar ine claphnanls.
. Biwlteii pine laths,
Shaved enlar h in tries
CHAS BKKWER, I.
fclXCFToM BARK YANKEE."
HtRDWAUE A VERT OESIR-
--v. z -nrr-.::ijr m.tny artictes ie-r--r ik ih-c
tr tbe neot appr-r-d makers; -r-
l oirhT knin-s niTn and f wka. l.Unee hAndle
i ipt-riir Urn and sdsaors.
W. in ffc Mil i Bi - Hmn anl faurk hnf
kn tmYuxt pirtrr-. Wad.
1 raHen shears sets -rarIen tools CJIins
rs, ox bows Simmons C. S. mattocks.
r style hoove prr ami b-irderin-r.
bnpro-rrd brace hits smiths bellows
"hes, piiqt l-ru-ire-. pick hacd'res, axe handles.
pes pin, tb glue, srindstooes, charcoal irons
nt tJ TaaliM V 1 1 :
Meful articles too onrnerous to nanicnlarize.
V ' 1 purchased in persno mostly from the manol
p wie t-n me -nose laT'inioie terms,
W. N. LADD.
S'KEE AM Jmiv i.ivn.
il--rnnr in tins
Le Bran'i oysters.
"fen peas In 1 Ibtina, -
-awxaront. in canons,
Table sale, in 20 m baps
rursaleby L. A. II- P. POOR.
1TR aDDVVravs a snw wnm
nt JJght CoUibic;,-vis t
IIC lUten dUCk and drill rnta
P do Jn iIa
r'Wn do da Mm n
Wo do A. t
f-cy pUid coats '
(ocy cheek eoats - .
c aipaeea eoat.
At wh.-leatUe by C. A.' EL F. POOR.
fF TRt KS, FLAXXKLSIIIRTS,
Caasimere ha La.
Men's half nose,
CoUoo handkerehien, "
White Marseilles qatlts.
Tor sale by C. A. 11. . HOUR,
VKES AND CRACKERS,
ECEiVED PER YAXKEE '
r?e crackers in Una;
Wer crackers, do;
Jenny Lind cakes m tins; '
Jumbles. for sale by
c. a. n. r. poor.
Sin""' w jr--c. r & t a-- u
-'tic' fcjsrd rraocai gailera,
"9 velret slippers,
fancy boakins, . v
Mea's Uxford ties,
do iteot leather falters,
o (lure top . do.
. C. A. H. V. POC.
VliERSIGXED BEGS LG tTC TO
h "e-l ami tfaa puolss lhf ke bm re-opcsaal hH
mj'it wmi, itcar UK iMStaeS wneiw ne atwaja
cesmackste iloadcrs by taw week or afxks
UUis) . KUUUfAlf .
'The leading London journals of the day earnestly
advised Lord Derby' government to Oever abandon',
the right of aeareh at-eea. as they , were 'evidently
alarmed at the unanimity which pervaded all classes
of men in America in denouncing the late naval. out
rages. The Paris Momitcur again asserts that the
Empire is peace. However, the English cabinet
watched the assemblage of French war ships at Brest
with much anxiety. Siyrw. the Champion of the
BritiMi prize riujr, won tli. l;!t u xoc.nd tin- on the
14th inst,, after au encounter with I'.iddock, which
la-ted for an hour and tiiirty-fie minutes.
The ttlave ti-adt qu t:on. and the differences sub
sisting between Great lint iin nrid the United States
with reg-u-d to the riht of usirou r tisit, hud Lctn
discussed in Parliament. Lord Malmcsbury stated in
effect that the assumption of the right by England to
search vessels in time of peace had been abandoned,
and that overture bad been made (o the American
Minister with the view of establishing a sort of ocean
police for the suppression of the slave trade. The
British gunboats will probably be withdrawn alto
gether from the waters of the Gulf and sent to the
coast of Africa. .
HEOEI v ED
BY EXPRESS. FROM NEW
'I'll E CAMP FIRES OK XAPOI.EOX.COM-
I priain-r the most brilliant achievements of the E.npen-r and
his Marshals by ilenry C Watson.
Blake's American Fanner ; or U-mieln the Country.
Thier lli-ttiry or the French Revolution 4 vols, in 2, with
enf-rmrinro new e-litim.
Camp Fires of the Reridutioh ; or, the War of American In
depmdence by Henry C. Wat.-ion.
Iliana de I'ldctiers by Alex. Ihima.
Bella TreUwuey ; or. Time Works Woudrra.
Chambers Information for the People new edition, 1363.
Nothing; to Wear by Doestkks and others illustrated.
Nothing to Say by do do do.
Nothing to Do by do - do do.
The American Lawyer and Form K-wk.
Life of Oen. llareluck hy Vita. Bnirk 2 vols.
Lirin-rstoce's Travels in Africa abriU-red.
Paris with Pen ami Pencil illustrated.
Pictorial History of the l'niti-d Stales.
California Life Illustrated 1358.
Steps Toward Heaven by T. S. Aithar.
Kotteck's History of the World illu-crated.
ll-lt II. M. WHITNEY.
Valuable Ileal Estate for Sale !
THE RESIDENCE OK R V. SPEI-as.'
TkpX tihiiitHl nn Ih. U'likiki kjl IwAniikiiiit V
i iS of Honolulu. The premises contain about '-''"
ACRES of well fenced Laud, Iwelliri-r Houe, and all other ne
cessary out-houses. There is also a great variety of fruit trees
Peaches Apples Cherry, Apri-ot, Nectarine, MuMierrv, Man-ro,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Coroanuts etc. There are
five fish ponds on the premises containing about 20,000 fish, of
which one fourth are fit for ure. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain water. The land is all in good
cultivation, and bounded with Shade Trees of every description
adaKal to this climate. Persons desirous of purchasing, would
do well to call anil examine these premises.
Terms easy. Title fee simple.
For particulars inquire of K. V. SPEIDEN,
tn the premise, ;
Or A. J. C A RT WRIGHT,
.THE CXDERSIGXED, AGENT
for the sale of Ijaniaila, Spenrrr tc
C.and R. C. Janisn'a Hawaiian
Parked Href, has constantly on hand and
M 1 ! 1 1
fur sale BKEF of toe above well known and approved brands,
which he offers lor sale at I he market rte.
P. S. This Beef is paked at Waimea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
the climate is eo4 and well adapted to the purp-nte. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TURKS ISLANH SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and is warranted to kepfr 12 monlhs in
anv climate. ALEX. J. CARIWRIOHT.
Honolulu, A-uraH 25, 145S. 114-tJanl
SCHOOL FOR CIIIt.IREN OF FOR
riMIE UXDRRSICXED ARE IIAPPT TO
M. anwiunee that they have completed the arranirenienui f.r
the opening of a Scho4 for the Edon-ation of Children ef Foreign
Parents under the charge of Miss iT Thi. .-tox, on MX
IA V. the 6h of Seetnler next, in the basement of the Fort st.
' Church. T terms Un which Chihlren will be permitted to
enter the School, are as follows :
The First Term will be eleven weeks.
Tuition for each Scholar. Tex Dollars fr the Term.
All Scholars eMeriiur within tvri we- ks after the opening of
the Sch l. wiil he churir-d full tuiti -n; anl all c-hlar-t enterin-r
after ime-balf nt the term ba explrvl, will le charg.-d Five
SbouM any Scholir b ihrtai-ieil fr .m schnol by sickne-.sr
oth-r unavoidable cau", m'-r than 'ie wek, a d'-luction will
be made for the time.
As the e-taWii-liiiij f the .Sclfwl is a private enU-rprwe, It will
be expected that th- parynt-t will funiinh a desk and chair for
each scholar, bat ai-ring-men s have b.-en nwile which will ena
ble the teacher to fur .i-.h des.s -f uniform eontructiu, if
re-Oested. at a le-s c--( tan Uk-v can -e pnx-ured singly.
All applicaxions tut tmL-i-Hi t" the School are to be made to
the Teacher, who will he happy t c.-nf-r with any parent inter
ested before the day fixed for ---tiine the S-h-.l.
B. Y .-N(W.
AI.KX. J. OA KT WRIGHT,
Honolulu, Aueust 27. 153. 114-tf Committee.
j TO LFT,
OX VERY RKIMIMBLE TKRMH
Tlirev i -nir-ti-ie premises on tbe lower si le or tvine
.tr.--t kn.,wn as the -Gravier" "Western Hotel "
pr-fnUes. rt-ently oecupie.1 by John R-ed.
Hj, huilrliiig are C--ni h" li--us, an.l the lot measures abrut 100
feet "n the street, by loO feet in depth
lfs.-slon giveti iniine-ii:tely. Apply to
-iijf J. W. MARsII.
WILLI A M M A NNWJ.I KER,
E';?: I.E A VETO I X FORM HIS FRIENDS
M9 and the f.uMic, that he has late opened a BA K Mil in
Ki .g strret. next dw ti the Center Mar- et. re srly npitts
th- K- tliel. where mav be bad kt all times, FRESH I READ,
IMSTRV and CAKES He will also keep an s-1ment of
Uroe-rW All that be selli will be of the best quality that ran
l.e prirure. Ill the market.
u. Ship Bread dri-d anil repack!.
SOME PERSOX OH PERSOX IIAI
cirruUte.1 tbe re-t that I hl retracted a atatement
whieU 1 ha,l n..le io rrear-l u an Tarr;-nr, that P-d; place in
a wh..eale spirit store, on or about the 10th nit., this is to say,
m..t uneuuiv.a,ly, that I have r'irliXK
make any such retraction. HLMIV MACFARLANfc.
Honolulu. Sept. 1. 1 . It .
! GENUINE PERFUMERY.
LCBI X'S EXTR 4 CTS. C A VEXDER XVA
ter, Rimro. d's Extracts, Premium fcau de tologmsa-sorted
Perfumes, etc. A small invoie, of the above ch.,ice I'ry
. i k. Illi-lfl W. N- LADD.
IW '. v we--, mr J -
"PAINTSTOILS, TURPENTINE, &c.
srr-RFXCII ZIXC IX TIX. PURE WHITK
FiVredrtV,ryeli;,w ochre in oil. black paint, venh-
gri,.cnrome7nd Pari, green, Vandyke '"''1".1.',na
kui oil, turpentine; coach, whiu- ami copa "rnish, J
TerUfTumber, Venetian n-d In oil, paint and I sash brushes,
Class ami putty, on nana anu g Q UAhL.
MECHANICS' CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE !
OX K A A 1 1 1 M A X U ST R EET IN FBOJiT
"of Koilerick's Restaurant.
Breakfast at M"
Irtnner at - - " " apM
Supper at - - - - - 6
XT Terms- 5 per AVeelt.
lUTAXIIxA CORDAUK, smau sues
Mariin and Ratlin.
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
OF THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. AD-rertiser-bouud
and f. sale-price
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
rr-rr nvCFITED AXD FOR SAIE "BV
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
REST SHAVED WHITE
99.000 Cedar Shingles, per - Harriet Jes
g"Tleb" lirMfl C.H.LEWERS,F,.rt.t,
lfEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
nER YANKEE For sale by
'fjf U RICHARDS & CO.
m. - io4-t
A SMALL ftlaXTITV OF PCRE FIXE
C BBANUY, warranted superior to any in Iha market.
Also Cases genuine iiosteoer s uttters. saie vj
3. C. SPALDISQ.
USE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB
errations aud eery branch necessary for an aooom
nirnhnl Mavurator. taught in tbe most thorraKb and practical
plubed Jlavigaior, " UASIEL SMITH, .
B8a2tf' ' Residence, Smith street-
' HAWAIIAN I1EEF.
ecr-rk bbia waime pickledbeep.
5UU hi Liverpool and Turks' Island salt, aud warranted
,keptw.yr.l any climate, resale XKrwnlQur.
TEty GOOC3 1 WEW GCC3 1
' 1J TO ABEIVK-
GLtJK. BRISTOL BlflCK. AS8I XA1LA
Hunt's handled axes chju-coal irons, wrought spikes, - . .
Axe handles, row hicks, whalers s-Muiea, - -
'iOw eliiselx. gouges files planters' hoes hog hoes,
, Uucit shot, chisel bundles knife ele inera,
R-fety fu-, liead and moulding planer,
G'ariiet hammers, l.li nd binges wrought nails,
Seiuts twine, I (ford's study huns, Hsh and chalk lines, j
Gun nippies stiperinr needles sliot belts, "J
Mated castors pistil forks and spoons '
PUiti-d dessert kuives. wire rat traps horse rasps
Pencil shiu-peuers shingling hatchets copper tacks,
Spirit levels tea trays horse brushes and cards.
Ox bows and ox yokes, corn shelters grain cradles T
House paper, assorted, pod and center bits
Enameled duck for carriage tops, new saddles
Finished grindstones grindstone fixtures,
Lead pipe, J, . 11, l, and 2 inches,
Houglas pumps Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, guarded lanterns.
Brass screw rings nest trunks nail rods
Glased sash, 8x10. 10x12, 10x14, -
Iors and Minds I. 1 inch and U inch hose.
Hair rloth, curled hitir, feather pillows
Inking glasses, bush and grass scythes,
Heavy lug chains cast steel picks,
Sliding door locks mortice chisels brass cocks, ass'd,
- Iron braces, bags shot, Scotia aud bead planes,
Pick liandles jack and smoothing planes
Try and steel squares hand screws assorted.
Scythe stones aud riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
. Britannia tea and coffee pots bake kettles,
lira wing knives, Giilot's pens 303, 404,
Curtain rings powder flasks ivory handled knives
- Egc beaten, Ely's percussion caps silver thimbles.
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchets boys' axta.
Porcelain picture knobs, razor strops and razors,
Zinc washboards wheelbarrows hay cutters,
Tinned spurs harness leather.
Harness Japan, brass and silver mounted.
Buggy kuns solar lamps assorted, solar wicks
Britannia lnms shovels and tongs
Extra handles fur Eagle plow No. 2,
Flat Swede's iron, assorted, .
i inch and 9-16, squares. Swede'adron,
J, , inch round Iron, nests buckets and boxes,
Sing e aud double bedsteads.
. Dry floods, Ac.
Extra skirts rattans, Scotch diapers and napkins
l-riiiled j coiM-t muslius. fast colors,
Turkey red prints, small figure.
Fine prints white ground,
Curtain cord, paper, cambric,
Linliea' ami gents' L C. h t id kerchiefs.
Child's and misses while h se,
4-4, 64, 6-4 and 11-4 sheeting,
lir'jwu drilling, brown coUhis ticking, etc..
And a great variety of Goods in store and to arrive, for sale by
lld-tf . O. HALL.
rjlIIK CXDERSIGXED WILL RECEIVE
M Money at their Savings Bank Uion tbe following terras:
On sums of $300 or uuder, from one person, they will pav in
terest at the rale of eight per cent, per annum, from date of re
ceipt, on all sums that shall hare remained in deposit three
months, or have been in deposit three months at the time of
making up the yearly accounts.
Ho interest will be allowed on money withdrawn within three
months from trie date of deposit. '
Thirty days' notice must be given at tbe Bank of an intention
to withdraw any money ; an the Depositor's Pass-Book must
be produced at the same time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the Depositor,
accompanied by the proer I'sss-Rook.
m the first day of September of each year, after 1858, the ac
counts will be made up, and Interest on all sums that shall have
remained on deposit three months or more, and unpaid, will be
credited to the depositors aud from that date form part of the
Sums of more than $'W0 will be received, subject to special
The Bank will be open every day In the week except Sundays
and Holidays ; and oa Saturilavs will be open until 6 o'clock,
P. M. BISHOP b CO.
Honolulu, August 14. 1S58. 112-tf .
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
IIICII SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL
May 13th, 185, consisting of
Rules fancy prints, bales muslin, a complete assortment blankets:
Alpaocas plaids figured lustres Orleans, Brussels carpet;
Velvet carpets, black doeskin, velvet rugs, blue twilled flannel;
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas silk umbrellas. Victoria lawns,
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchiefs regatta shirts;
Fancy shirts, white shirts, superior white shirts jean snins;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment of clothing, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, silk thread, assorted men's and women's shoes;
Reefine iarkets. pilot coats and trowsers. fancy drills;
White sheeting, brown bollands, linen cambric handkerchiefs;
White damask table covers huckaback toweling, while drills;
Shirtings, madapohuns grey domestics, fine and good white calico.
50 tons rice,
Oa-ks bottbil ale and porter,
Hhds drauirht ale,
Cr.it es earthenware.
Cases fiincy bincuits.
An invoice of Kosk ill's English watches,
tons fencing wire,
& small iron safes
2 copying presses,
A ssorted hoop iron,
Asorted round ami square iron;
20 boxes IX tin plates,
6 heet lead, '
English whi e le-id. paints and oil.
Also expected via San Francisco:
Serge and flannel shirts.
On Hand :
Liverpool and St 1'bes salt,
English groceries pie frait-, pickles,
E iglish brown soap.
Slates and fire bricks
Anchors and chains,
Saddlery, etc., etc
.And a very varied assortment of Ih-y GNiods and Sundries.
XT An invoice of NEW iOlS is expected shortly f om San
'Francisco. I10-tf ROBERT C. J ANION.
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
iavine ooened the alsive Stand I
the iMiriose of carrying on the
Hairhrrlax llu.iunw. intend
keeping their market supplied with the liest Br, 1'ohk, !itT
Tot, Sai-ss'-.es, ami everything pertaining to the Butchering
Busire-s. Tnankful for past favors, they solicit a continuation
of the liberal patronage liilherto Iwstoweil on them, and res
pectfully invite the public tocall ami examine the quality of the
stock they offer for ale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kiso
8TRKCT, opposite J. T Waterhouse's manuahi su.re.
' GEiK(iK RISELY,
Late of Washintrton Market.
H5tf S. 11. BKATTV.
T II v. rXIJKRSIfS X K n
h-re'.y -rives public notice, that he is
pr--Mr -d p ru:i, tnt. or rack his h c,
a be ii!.in l her-after, without limit of
tim. asainst ANY HiRF. that can lie prslur-d on the llawa
iian Nlaods, f.a- any amount n-4 to exc--l 1000, nor less than
$100. Race to mine off n the W-dmea Track.
J. L- iAurOKI.
Waimea, Hawaii, August 18, 18&S.
nviE CXIiERSIfiXEO IS PREPARED TO
I furnish to the llomdulu public the following, on the most
rersonable terms :
In any quantity, for building and other purposes at so much
each In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildings
at so much per o cart toad. Steps and Door or Window hills
and Caps, with smooth surface, cut out in any size to suit.
Lime. Fire Wood.
llallMat fwr Veasirls).
II idea, SibeejMKIMa. Iiwrwa. swr.
J. I. POWSETT.
TO CAPTAINS OF CO ASTERS AND OTHERS.
BRUNSWICK GREEX. VERDIGRIS.
Chrome Oreen and Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Venetian Red,
Prussian Blue, Spanish Brown. Umber,
P-Hle-I Linseed (Jil.Tunientine. White I-ad, (extra pure,)
Zinc wh.lte. Lamp Black. White Varnish.
To be had in quantity to suit, ot C. H. t
U2-tf Fort trect-
rviflE CXDERSIGXED HAVE THIS DAY
T"rme JcopirTnership under the style M -BISHOP CO.
for the nurDose of transacting a Oeneral BANKING BLSI
wvss eJmieetlne therewith SAVINGS BANK, in Ilom-lulu.
CHAS. R. BISHOP.
W. A. ALlRICH.
Honolulu, August 12, 1858. 112-tt
ICE ! ICE!
PER MOUNTAIN WAVE"
TONS FRESH POXD BOSTON ICE,
IS patent Britannia ice riicners,
a Hilver Plated Ice Pitchers
1H chest Refrigerators assorted sires,
12 1'pright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels,)
2 dosen Patent Ice Cream Freezers, ass d sises,
IS Water Coolers.
n i sfssswam lrkiill1.
The above Ice and assortment sundries calculated for the
ine o.o c " ' . , . . .u- oiul .nim r. and are of-
-w r lee are expecw-u aoot"
r V sale by the HONOLULU ICK CO.
A A. J '""1 -
FOR SALE BV
OCRS. SAL'TERNES AND CLARETS,
of various brands and qualities;
Champagne, Cherry Cordials-,
Very superior Sherries;
Fine old port; i.
Old Jamaica Rum, superior article;
Hollands Oln, In one dosen an I large cases;
Old Tom, Mononganeia " niaajr,
Brandies, Bitters, etc., etc.
FEET 2 INCH. 2T TO 30FKET
"'A.L. 1 l.kis 95 to 28 feet long.
sua feet. 1 Inch. 12 feet and upwards . ,
reet, j '"f . , w . .hlnbnllder. and
" pamTtv nnOKINO STOVES!
ships "Syren" ana - no ---7 Q HALL.
113-tf - "
mcT uvrnvRn FROM EUROPE!
. FOR SALE TO ARRIVfi .
w EXPECTED IN AUGUST. : i
BARRELS CAROLINA RICEt ' rj
1 bale cloves; .-. .. . " -' s
6 bags pepp-n " " . , .
1 keg nutmegt , ' "
- 10 boxes com starch;" . "
. .60 kegs split peas; ' 1.. .. - :
10 half bbls currants; -
100 half boxes raisins; .. ' -
100 quarter laixes raisins; ......
, 10O Iwxes Winchester's S. W. soap; - .
. 10 boxes saleratus, (1 M papers;) ;,
600 quarter boxes ear-line?;
20 cases "st. Cair" and " Upton's" tobacco S's 100 tts each;
6 cases Sweet Orange caveoilish" tobacco 100 lbs each;
6 cases Kmmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 20Jbs ea;
20 half boxes double reflued loaf sugar;
60 half bbls do do crushed sugfr;
6 No. 4 whalemen's caui booses with extra copper fixtures; "
10 No. 3 favorite pattern " Roger Williams' stoves danplete,
with pipe and fixtures the best i-attern ever imported into
- Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
by the subscriber, and in do case has any complaint been
10 So. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
62 doxen 2 tb tins oysters best, put up expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days of sailing of " Syren."
20 doc 1 lb tins oysters;
20 dox 1 ft tins green corn;
20 doc 1 lb tius fresh clams;
40 dor 2 lb tins do do;
20 dux 1 tb tins lobsters;
SO dik 2 lb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring;
10 dos cans (1 lb) raspberry Jam;
10 dos cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 dot preserved peaches, (2 lb cans);
8 dos apple pulp, do;
20 dos Verdale olives;
60 doa 1 tb cans assorted soups;
20 dos 1 tb cans soup and boulhe;
10 dos 21b cans chicken;
10 dos 2 tb cans turkey;
20 dos 2 tb cans assorted broths;
6 bbls cider vinegar; -80
tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and -
60 dos denim ants;
1 j dox red Uauuel Bhirts;
10 dos blue do do;
3 dos grey do do; -
25 dox each linen drill frocks and pants;
28 dux angola gents' half hose;
22 dox do ribbed - do;
6 cases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
6 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
6 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
' 5 cases Shetucket blue drills;
3 bales Pep;erel Bro do;
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 lb blankets all wool;
2 cases extra fine satin jeans;
6 bbls cotton twine, a aI, 7 thM.
4 cases do do,
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 dox charcoal irons;
25 dox heavy handled axes " Underbill's;
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests Hinghara boxes;
50 ne-(ts covered buckets;
10 dm 3-ho ipeil ainted pails;
13 nests (s in nest) do pails;
20 baits shot;
5 ca-es sti)Utrogaiis;
400 10, 17 and 18 feet oars;
50 bolts cottjm dud, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Winea nutl Spirit.
50 10-gallon kegs MoiHingahola whisky;
50 10-gallnn kegs N. K rum;
, 50 10-gallcm kegs American brandy; .
10 cases Inker's bitters;
60 cases champagne cider;
60 dos pints Albany ale;
60 dox do do porter.
Per 3Ionntain WaTe, expected in
800 gallons best boiled oil;
7Tenisee riding saddles complete;
2000 tbs navy bread;
50 half bbls crushed sugar;
25 half boxes loaf do;
.25 tigbth casks American brandy.
Per Young Greet," expected in Au.ero.st.
150 1. 17 and 18 feet oars;
. 2 coils ea Manila rope, H. IJr, U, 2, 2K 2,2i,3 In.
30 hales cotton duck, Nos 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
40 tbs Prussian blue paint;
10 lbs chnsne yellow do;
50 lbs chrome green do; i
10 tbs Vermillion;
10 tbs French blue;
60 charcoal irons;
6 No. 4 stoves " Roger Williams;"
5 bales hops;
cases hops. 1 lb papers;
100 bbls extra prime pork;
200 hhis Hallego flour;
11,000 tbs pilot bread;
23,000 fb navv bread;
100 tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new (i.xOieu butter;
2." half bbls new apples;
116 small cheeses, iu tins;
100 wh ile boxes mi-ins;
200 half do do;
100 boxes S. W soap;
6 casks Zante currants;
25 kits No 1 mackerel;
8 cases (20 tb-1) bass table salt;
--15 cases lhxmi's half lb tobacco; - '
60 lioxes champagne cider;
50 boxes p-irt-r pints 100 iox; . '
10 bbls old Birbon whisky;
10 10-itallon kegs prime Uuurbon whi.ky;
20 6-gallon kegs do do do:
30 2'irallon kegs superior and extra whisky;
10 octaves "Kivl-rre" brandy;
10 do Pinet Castillon A: Co." brandy; '
fi quarter casks " Duff G mlon" pale sherry;
25 hales gunny baffs;
41 dux grey flannel shirts;
6 dox scarlet do do;
4 dos blue do . do;
30 doz dcnlm pants;
32 dox denim frocks:
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 1-4 brown;
5 balt-s do drills do;
10 hales Otis denims;
7 liales Cordis drills 4-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 half bbls hide poison.
tr for sale to arrive, on lilivral terms, by
AND FOR SALE I
MEX'S GRAINED SEA BOOTS.
io alf Knots; Men's Kip do;
Io Calf Congress Boots;
' Men's Calf Dt. leather glove top Congress Boots.
Men's bl.rl.-thtip'd Cong, boots, Ladies' Fr. kid buskins.
Ho calf Oxford ties.
Do morocco do.
Io calf wide stn.p shots,
Io V. L. wide strap do,
Do eoat slipia-rs,
lo fancy cariet slipiiers,
Do cork soles.
Boys' calf boots,
Vouth's calf booU,
Hoys' calf hrnuans
Youths calf broirans,
Lailies iat. cf silk Contrrcss,
Do plain do do,
i bo cork soles
Misses' goat lace boots,
I Do P. L. lace do,
do ankle ties,
do do do.
Fr. kid do do,
opcm do do,
goat lace boots
Do Fr. kill shippers, I
Iron and xinc shoe nails, shoe thread, pegs, etc.
tOH-tf J. H- WOOD
" YELLOW METAL, &c.
CIASES YELLOW METAL. ASSORTED
' sixes; kegs Comisition Nails, assortel sixes. For sale by
109-tf B. W. FIELD.
JL his AUCTO.y Wt'S.Vt'aS to the New Store on Queen
str-et, "Janion's Bliajk."
Honolulu, July 14, 1353.
J'l'ST RECEIVED THE G EXE A LOG I
cal Tree of our Savior drawn and lithographed by Yi m.
St. Maur Bingham.
For sale by
H. M WHITNEY.
PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS,
tXSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE AS
For sale by
ilORDOX'S RASPBERRY SVRUP Per MTan-
f-r sale by
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
C0ZZENS' PALE SHERRY-
COZZENS PALE SHERRY The finest wioe ever
imported for sale by - '
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
AND THIEF PROOF
O safes, made by Messrs. Denio & Roberts Boston.
A. P. EVERETT.
TEAS ! TEAS! .
EXTtA FINE TEAS-Forsa.ebyB v gLD
mrELLOW PINE 1 1-4. AND
JL Tongued aiW grooved
Flooring, per " Kliia fc Ella."
C. H. LEWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Makee Antimii's fire-proof building, up stairs ov
the store of W,
C. A. k II.- F. POOR.
CALIFORNIA CHEESE ,
Half boxes Raisins
Jujube Paste. For sale by
ofMf , T. M0SSMAN k SON. ;
ASUPERIOH LOT OF BOARDS 4 CLAP
BOARDS, for sale by
87f C. H. LEWERS.
T EN TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR-CURED
Tor sale by
61.tf v CHAS. BREWER, 2a.
COOKING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE,
For sale by
, nf . - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
-m. a vciriB ninii! ssmsriv.
CHAS. BREWER, lo
ENGLISH WHITE LAIr
j.m.flT AaaiYED i
THIJ BEST ASSORTED
STOCK IN TOWN!
TO BE SOLD REASONABLE,
'""'"' AT THE
New Firc-proof Store on the Wharf,
OPPOSITE HAKES AND ANTHOx's BLOCK.
T. 11111 mini st:.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JUST RECEIVED. PER "MELITA,"
US GUSH ami AMERICAN GOODS a choice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals a large quantity of
Saddlery Fixings including whole Hides Enameled Leather, and
, ' furniture for carriages.
Silk Umbrellas Linen Handkerchiefs,
20 cases blue Cottons,
Bales heavy Denims Blankets
85 cases Calf Brogans, Kip Brogans, Boots
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirt,
Hats of various styles.
Prints new patterns,
Steamboat Irons Collins' Axes,
Silk Handkerchiefs, colored and black,
Pilot Coats, fine Kersey Pants,
White Linen Pants Moleskin Pants ""
Chenp Pants Satinet Pants Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drawers and Underskirts
Black Lace Falls
Silk Velvet, Ribbons black Silk Hdkfs,
Brown Cottons brown Drills, blue Drills,
Willow Wagons aud Basket Ware,
Victoria Lawns Sewing Cotton, Cutlery, '
And a Terr Large Variety mt titer Gsedh
107-tf JOHN THOMAS WATERH0USE.
R. F. SOW
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lota to suit purchasers at
the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Grey merino shirts. Corah Handkerchiefs,
Damask table covers, vt iiiteana grey merino araw rs
Brown cotton drawers, Check linen shirts
White u a . . Calico . "
Red flannel " White L B shirts.
Brown drill, Blue flannel shirts,
Women's white cotton hose, . Brown cotton,
Embroidered under-sleeves, Black and brown felt hats.
Guayaquil hats White blankets,
Silk velvet. Colored Iodia satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk cavers, v mte linen natuiKercnteis.
Baola and Shoes.
Ooat buskins. Calf Congress boots
Ladies' bootees. ' Eu'ind leather uongress boots
Lemon sj-rup, Ass-.rted pickles half gals,
Tomato catsup. Gherkins, hair gals
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves Fine cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Saperior BlncU Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Sals oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables, Ru-ia cordage, assorted sizes
Manila whale line, Manila cordage, assnrieu sixes,
Sail needles Cut nails, lanterns.
Paiut oil, turpentine, I'omixwilion nans
Pure and extra white lead, copper ooat nans.
Boiler iron, erligns,
Grocers' scales, ' Tablespoons,
Iron bedsteads 1 trencn neusteau,
Solar side lamps Office clocks,
Leather trunks, Jnerry noaras
Crowbars, Jute mats,
Pocket knives, - " rapping paper,
Rasps, Lamp chimneys,
Cork Screws, Hammers,
Curry combs ''s1 locks, .
Drab office chairs, os l anu i soiar lamp emmneys
Coach wrenches. Sheath tmves.
Walnut cam seatclmirs thenths anu Kelts,
Hinghaiu buckets, grliiilstones, Reil, white aud blue bunting,
Speriss nad Polar Oil. tic. Sec.
1 Brstra's Whalitij Gnu and Irons.
India Rubber Howe, bf inch aud I inch.
Bran Hose Pipes. Lend Pipe.
&.C., Sic, fcc. 93-tf
As vi At. i. i.woit'E or riitu iba;
(k-lebntteil Bitters, just received ht "Fanny Major," and
t-rsaleby 1108-tfJ t.'. L. kiumakub
New Gaods, cx Bark u Melita."
XS. CODFISH; KITS XO. 1 MACKEREL?
Kits Cod tongues
Cases lard, in tins 10 lbs each.
Com meal, in tins
Ground rice, in tins
Carolina rice, in bbls,
Boston smoked hams,
m . "Butter do,
w Soda do,
. Oyster do.
107-tf At S. SAVIDGE-S.
S HEREBY GIVE. that the; umtersignen nas oeeu
k ..... i r.. r.i Mr. Phnrlotte Coadv. sole
executrix of the last W"ill and Testament of the late Richard
Coady. deceased. pMhate of which Will hns been granted to her
hy the Supteme t:ourt I tie unoersigneu is nuiiioriu - -for
the said Charlotte Coady. and to execute In her name all
- i i . : . .1 I-.... 1 nr Ik. aa i.l It ir-h nril I -OJ41 V.
insiruroenii in reim-i-iti w i-o .
deceased, and to transact all business connected with the wind
ing up of his interest in the nrra or K. voaay vo.
All pencil indeitn to Mia eawir or -o unu w fj .
nf iholr aeennntii to the under-
C o., will fiinjic urn ...... , ; . V . ..
signed, and persons having claims against said hstate oSaid
, . . .11 . t K.m. flV. ...1 1 lomnf . :
Arm or . uoatiy v-o., win F'""' ; i
FRED. L. HANKS. !
Honolula, Aug. 11, 185S. "l-f
rrmosE who wish to
- purcnase, can, oy cnuing "n jfaiMi Jiij"
ders'gned, convince themselves that v-4f tsj
fj rover & Haker! Fnmilr Mftchines
are to be preferred to every othr-r, for six good reasons.
" r ys irT.n a In Dan? Talnnrit.
100 if Vt r. w V- ll', n-rfcuv nrw - " -
STT 4. AR, SYRTTPS AND MOLASSF.S,
FROM THE NEW CROP. FROM THE
EAST MAUI PLAJCTATIOJV,
For sale by (3G-tf) II. HACKFELD k Co.
For Sale io Arrive !
SAMPLES OF GOODS. EXHRESSI.T SE-
hav -V . . .. , ' -... . A Vlrr. from
SCy lecv-u tor ini o;i - -'- i- ;
Hamburg, due here In September, have last been received per
F AN NY MAJOR, via Panama, and will be offered for sale by
the undersigned to arrive. -
RECEIVED BV LATE ARRIVALS
60 reams white ruled cap paper,
0 reams blue unrufcd cap paper, '
20 reams white and blue ruled paper,
190 reams assorted qualities blue ruled letter paper,
100 reams assorted qualities white ruled letter paper,
60 reams white, blue and plain note paper.
ion reams various qualities this French, English and Amer
ican letter and flatcap papers. , ,
frVnui snU ihAsn Kay
t9mtt H. M. WHITNEY.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
ATsHARLES HEIDSIEi K fc CO. -The best
Jb WineeW drank n c.'KichXr"s y CO.
COCO A NUT OIL.
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALE
mmriLSOV tc FAIRBANK'S OLD BOIR.
W bon Whisky-A few dosen of this rf"r" aW
sale by 1104-tf . - - """""
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
OLD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS-
ALIIAMBRA RESTAURANT AND COFFEE
NITCANtT STREET. ABOVE THE COR
ner of Hotel streeS Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. , .
ir-r Lnneh at all hours Meals 2S cent. -- -
Luocti st aiinou-- y. BPEJDEN, Proprietor.
WJER RADUOAcs-etAia GLOBES, for Bsb, going
BIDPAICS, new artleK and great Imp-oveinent. ; ,
- . For ssle hy
' " ' O.-P. JtTDD.-
ss m , m s sj
urn kin k cr&
1 1 " " . - . . . , , f t
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
THB A 1 CUPPER SfflP " ' ,
& Golden Baffle,
1120 tons Register, Captain E. HARDING, will sail for Hew
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding Is an experienced
whaling captain, sad Shlpjiers i.l OD may rely npou the beat of
care ""ig bestowed on such as may be shipped. Tbe ship la
pw ; Vith a force pump and hoe to wet oil.
This wJp wiU be fclowed by tbe Ships A NGLO SAXON
M ART ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply lo the Captain on board, or to
- Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-U t. C. WATERMAN k CO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT!
THE CUPPER SHIP
1094 Tons, Captain JOHN W. BATES,
Will have dispatch for New Tcrk. Foe-freight or passage
apply to lOs-tf J R. CQADY k CO.
Ships of Good Capacity '
CAN OBTAIN I -
Retarn Cargoes, or AdTantagtous
O XX jOl. n? xs x. s ,
TO LOAD WITH
OUAi0 AT JARV1S.
AND PROCEED DIRECT
fV0 NEW YORK OR ANY OTHER PORT
In the L'nited States, that may be agreed on. Mooring
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 th under
signed, at his Office, coroer of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JCDD, .
Agent of the AMERICAN Gt ANO COMPANY. .
Honolulu, March 1, 1868. 88-tf .
SAIJDWICE ISL AI7D
. ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE TJ. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May ar Jaae,
Srptetaarr and December.
For further particulars see special advertisements In daily
papers of tbe above months.
For freight 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
x. r ess,
On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United Stale. Swath America.
Ut U Canada aad Ea. ape.
COSNM.TI.NI. IS NEW YORK WITH THB AM ERICAK-ECRoPEAS XX
FBKiSS COJtPiST TO ErROPE.
GOLD DI ST. COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Oien Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicarainaa, in cliargeof Special Messengers.
A Secil Express is made up by us for Panama, Cullao, Lima,
Valparaiso, anil all the principal iorts of the west coast of Sooth
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29tb of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express busi doss, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WLLLS, FAItftO a CO.'S
sn a- n w rfifi A1 I t
BY THE REGCLAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FK ANCISCO.
For the Sieedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE
Th- Apeius at Honolulu sell Rills of Exchange iu sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo Co" franked t S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the Calif riiia arid coast routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attenueu to.
- Oct-1. 1856-tf.
R. COADY i: CO.. Agents
' The Undersigned.
OFFERS FOR S.11.E. AT THE LOWEST
market rates a large assortment of Goods, recently receiv
ed from San Fraacics and Lirerpaol. Among them
White cottons, shirtings.
White cottou drill, madapolams.
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blue prints,
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
Fancy shirts white shirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, tastings,
Mi-rino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel.
While blankets, large assni't of linen drills, French merino.
Duck and trowserlngs, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poncho cloth,
Embr'd cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, RusseU cord coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted,
Men's shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. hdkfs, silk neckties,
Felt hats (assrtd), cord,
Ladies' riding hats, blue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, fcc.
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper.
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines,
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, Engiish brown soag,
&c. &c, Ac-
Sheet lead, assorted English files,
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails,
Garden chairs, bronze hat stands, cook's ladles.
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews,
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Chest locks, barrel bolts, try pa as, anvils.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop Iron, assorted Iron, ser-w wool press.
Garden roll- rs, irou fiell gates, hand gstes,
Burnih"d hits, ssil needles,
' j'unip tacks, iWo-plated ware, forks, spoons.
A nch.r and Chains.
Bottled ale (a first rile artich'). brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old lorn, hock, cralmpple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, bridles, belt, dairy saltj
Liverpool pickling salt, Su I hrs packing salt, pipes;
Ulac yellow and green paint, hemp r.ie, Manila rope?
Hemp canvas, osnahurg, strong wide bagging, wool bags-,
blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstdj
Dinner platesVup plates, 6 inch plates, flat dishes, mugs;
Metal covered Jugs anu pucuers, rw.,
ROBERT C. J ANION.
DESIRAIILK ARTICLES I
SELDOM TO BE FOUND WHEN WANTED.
DRAWING CARD BOARD," OF SUPE"
Portfolios letter, foolscap and larger sises;
Cash Boxes, with keys;
Bristol Boards, small and extra larye stes;
Quills. Toothpicks; ;
Faber's superior Polygrade Drawing Pencils la
each box equal to the best Loudon pencils;
Manifold Letter Writers-,
Children's Indi-structible Toy Books;
India Rubber Pen Holders new article;
10 gross The Medalion" and uk,'?Dn niTIFV
108-ra 'r sale by H. M w niTNEY.
" SHIRTS! SHIRTS!
JrST RECEIVED PER FANNY" MAJOR
dir-ct from tbe Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Davies k Jones celebrated patente.1 shoulwW seam aod three
ply collar shiru. They are selected so fhat we can fit almost
any sire, aod afford to sell them 20 er cent less than former
prices It wants but a trial to convince any one of their supert
oritv in every respect over any others In the market at present,
imty in every McC0LGAS fc CAMPBELL.
100-tf Tailors, cor. King k Fort St,
CC. BRAND'S WHALING GUNS, Jimm. I
and 2. .. .
C. C. Brand's Bomb Lances, No. 1;
Do do 'do do No. 2. -Greener's
Whaling Guns; :
Do Lances and Harpoons. ..,
84.tf For sale by A. J. CARTWRIOHT.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
TEW-ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM lOOO
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 M to U InchJ
For sale by
SALMON ! SALMON !
w I CT nRCEIVED FROM SAW
J Cisco, and for sale by M-tf 1
B. W. FIELD.
OLD JAMAICA RUM!
ACof,,AMrfrE 1 -W.' HBLtt
TWO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gflt
frame aod marble ptatt, for saloons, common LopUnc
Glasaea, will, do do, for tablea, cut-glass Tumblers and Qobolett
For sale by
62.tf H. HACKWXP k CO.
: OYSTERS. 5 -
THE BEST BRANDS OF; CnCJAPEAnn
Oysters eoostantty on hanoVrla ttiwwt,
and LaBBCS'a. LeBrunl are srarranted, saperior to as - N V
markrt. For sale by ' ' 8l4f C. A. fc H. F. r-X
DY A P. EVCCETT.
Dry Gccis, Grcf rrfr, Crt, A!f , Lr.
'Hxttczzzotti ':-, :
FRIDAY, SEPT. 3. AT IO O'CLOCK, A. if .
At sates room, wiU he sold, Iaa-roai '-
Frmoclsco, .. , -
Dry Goods, Brown Linen Pants, . , , v . . .
linen Coats, Atpace Coats, . ,
Linen Duck ?snts, Unen Shirts, aasarted UilrtS, .
Straw, Cautmere and Panama Eata,
Brooms, Soap, Oysters, Ground Pepper,
Platform Scales, casks PBot aVwad.
Aw. In ptots, stosa qg and (aw, r
And Sundries. .... (,.
Lanre Si! at Acstha 1 I
TUESDAY, SEPT. T AT IO 0CLOCS A. M.
The nodenhrned wiU sen at public auction, at wa sales room.
a great vailety of
If ew Goo4ty recciTel per Ymkce.'
And other late arrival. :
Terms at sale. ? KTSRBTT,
Valuable Real Estate at Acsticn !
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, AT It O'CLOCK, Ms
Will be sold at public auction, on the iianlsss, the
. Dardick Cooperage Prcmiaei,
Situated on King and Maun Kea streets. Tbe premises will be
divided into four or five lota, upon one of which tbers la a good
Two Story Wooden HOL'SB. The other buildings upon, th
premises to he sold and to be removed.
At the same time, the premises In the rear ot the brick build
ing on the corner of King md Mauna Kea streets, situated on
Mauna Kea street, upon which Is a Two Story HOUSE, In first
rate order with tbe necessary outhouse, etc
Terms 4, 8 and 13 months, with interest. Brat payment io be
secured on property outside of the parmLses, or discount allowed
for cash. ,
Plans and particulars at auction room, or at the office of A. B
Batea. Esq. -
Pleasant Valley Residence for Sale.
WILL BE SOLD, IF APPLIED FOR SOON,
that pleasant Cottage, situated in Nuuanu Valley, now
occupied by Capt. J. Coldns, opposite the residence of Dr. G.
This cottage was built two years since, of tbe beat materials,
and finished insidu and out In the beat manner, and contain.
The Parlor 14x44 feet?
Two Bed Rooms, 14xl feet;
One Bed Room 12x18 feet.
Also Dining room, pantry, kitchen, servants' room, stablr
and carriage house, and an abundant supply of good water.
The lot contains one acre, and title tee simple.
The premises can be examineJ at any time, upon application
to Captain Collins, and for particulars apply to him or
101-tf A. P. EVERETT.
A. F. 4t A. Bf.
a LE PROtSRES DE LOCEANIE
LODGE, No. 134, under the Jurisdiction of the 8a
Ttir preme Council of the Grand Central Lodge of Franc.
NT working in the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regular
meetings on the Wednesday nearest tbe full snoon of each
month, at the old Lodge Room, In King street.
jt Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 18. ftO-tf H. SEA. Secretary.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN AP
ointed Guardians of the person and property of WILLI A 11
C. LUNALILO, son of Charles Kanaiaa. of Honolulu, hereby
give notice to all persons indebted to him to make immediate
pavment 5 and all persons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. ACSTIN, Ho
nolulu. J. W. AUSTIN,
R. ARMSTRONG, .
Feb. 22,1858. 87-tf tv, .' C. KANAIN A. -
THE UNDERSIGNED, GUARDIANS OF
the person and property of WILLIAM C. LUNALILO,
sou of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust
ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay o j
debts oontrocted by him. ' J. W. AUSTIN,
- R. ARMSTRONG,
Feb. 22.1(553. 87-tf '' " C. KANAINA.
rBWE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
M. leave the kingdom, offers for sale the premises now occu
pied by himself, known as the " Caaaaeercial HalI."
including the Subles adjoining. Also, all the xtares of th-.
Hotel, embracing everything requaite for the saooecsful eon -ducting
of the hotel business, consisting of one superior Billiard '
Tabic, In first rate order, tar fixtures, etc. ., ..
Tbe Ltmae af I be Lat on the corner of Nuuanu and
BereUnia streets, known as the M Circus Lot, and the Lease or
the "Nuuanu Baths."
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22, 1868. 95-tf .
CARD THE PUBLIC.
UNDERSTANDING THAT THERE ARE
rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to -over lease a certain house in this town, now occu
pied by another party. I proclaim it to be false and a base fab
rication in proof of which 1 would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. C. Heack, who are.
the only parties able to negotiate tor the above premises.
At the request of Mr. E. Burgess, we bereky declare, that the
ocurse pursued by him In reference to tbe above matter has been
strictly just and honorable. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
May 31, 18&8. 101-6m TH. C. HEUCK.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE DEATH Ol"
RICHARD COADY, on the 18th Jane, 1868, the business f
the firm of R. COADY A CO. will be brought to a close as spee
Hy as possible, and tbe name of tbe firm will henceforth be used
only In carrying out existing contracts, completing onfinish 1
business, and winding up the transactions of the firm.
' . FREDERIC It. HANKS,
P. 8. WILCOX,
(By his Attorney, Fbkdbb.o L. Hank,)
Surviving Partners of the firm of R. COADY k CO.
Honolulu, July 20, 1868. 108-Uanl
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed.- the es
tate of Stephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, deceea Treby
gives notice to all persons having demands against a. -rftate,
to present the same ; and all persons indebted to the same, art
hereby requested to make Immediate payment.
' JAMES W. ACSTIN,
Honolulu, January 22, 1858. 83-tf Administrator.
. NOTICE. '
fBMIE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS LEA V-
lag the Kingdom on or about the first of January next, and
notifies all persons having claims against him to present!
on or before the first of November, 1868. Thankful for the tuny
favors he has received at the hands of tbe public of Honolulu, bo
1.1 unuf..ii m,wr.mrv1 M. hmther. 8. H. BEATTY. who
has purchased his interest In the "TOWN MARKET," r
nt thmi IUm-i-aI nntmnaxre.
Honolulu, July 31058. 110-lm ' U I. BEATTY.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS
gainst ma will please present them tor settlement imme
diately and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts will be left with an attorney for collection, i
XT The subscriber hereby gives notice that he will pay no
debts contracted without his written order. . . .
Honolulu, April 20, 1858, 86-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED intends leaving this kingdom
soon, anl will be glad to receiv all bills against him
also he requests that those who are indebted to him either per-
sonally, or as the Agent of the Hudson's Bay Company, will
settle their debts Immediately at his office, bee use In default of
paymect such bills will be sued ft. ' . .
(Signed) ROBERT CLOCSTOX. .
Honolulu, May. 1958. 8-tf ,
E CLAMPSUS V.M!
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
11 - Mystic Emblem of the Andent and Honorable Order of
E C. V." has been received per bark Yankee, and the ander
signed has been duly appointed O. D. E C. Y., for the purpose .
of formtng branch of tbe . M, C In Honolulu. Resident and ,
transient brothers will please report themselves on or before th
2.1 W. of the 4th D. X C. V., so as to be Invested with the X. of
our A. and H. Order, E. J. SMITH. Ktog street, .
95-tf M. W. D. G. JB C. of Honolulu, H. L .
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
the public that they will open a maksct on tbe 1st of July
proximo, at the Country Resilience of Mr. P. MAxnrc, Htraami
street, whereat all times will be found a choice selection of rasas:
gbockribs, at ae low rate as can be procured at any tor in
town. Also, bbef, pobk, jfCTTOg, SACSAOta, etc., tnfct, ev .....
rything usually found In a well appointed eountrr store.
104-tf BOYP a MAMHI.
DR. PUXUUE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN,'.'
BEGS TO NOTIFY THOSE RCJIDFNTS .
of Honolulu who have in their employ Chinamen addicted -to
the practice of Opium Smoking, that h raa break, them of
this pernicious bbit, after fortnight's treatment. . ,-.
33- Apply at his office, Mauna Kea atrect, opposite Hotel , .
street. W-1 .
THE UNDERSIGNED, being bot to leave this v
klmrdom tor a few months, has appointed Thomas W.
Everett, Esq., as bis Agent, by special Power of Attorney I ami
mil persons art hereby forbidden to trust ny other oe ia my
name.ei-Jier mu, woman child.
tahatna, Dec. , 186?. - r JMy" ' '
rrUIE UNDERSIGNED WILL HOT RE- -JL
ocive DepcsHU In the Custom Hoase Vault, ander sxisUng
regulations, after this day. All articles on deposit at this date
can ruroatn until K is coovenlmt to remove them.
Honomlu, Jnly 1, 1858. 105-tf CoL OenT of Customs' .
S SAVIDGE BEGS TO INFOaM IIW "
Mends, as mutual protection, wUl not driver any
goods to Chinese or Native servants, njss they either brfnf
the money, wrttten order, or p saji boo. May 3. 100 tf -
ws nEirr.RY oivENth 'i; "?J
11 V, A. HBYDON as my Agent, with Power f Attorney,
durinr mrmeuoc rrvwi Aire u , ,i j
Hnul. March 16. 186. Wf P. M., WXTSN.
: , NOTICE. '
rmnc r!ers.-w- tetwrtr
li will be HTr--JI 7 -' C-J .
of Attorney. - I-. - ' - K-
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