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jrro. Sir: About a year rtnce, and as
. . . . t : :
. r aware. I was inauceu io BuuKriuuuw
Vh erection of a marioe telegraph station near
jnon-l Head- ' k " .'
Vs sueressful in the undertaking, and by a atatementpub
1 in ynur paper of Jane 18th, 1857, and tine then, by a
Cent in writing, showed what disposition I had made of the
that the entire amoaist uneennefl aaabeen expended.
VinwnHy I obtained a sufficient amount of money by sab
fioo ta erect a second statin) on Coco Head, and by my
Lent published May tb. 1844, in yonr paper I show what
kitina had then been marie or tne money collected, at
, tbe account standi as fbHtrws:
Lrfm'lalTiW, to amt expended at that time. $111 18
L paid eperartnr No May IStn, IB, to July 1.
$ n oo
paid for flaf and rope, tc.
of subscriptions still ancouected, (Sept. 30th,).
Vis- a balance oo hand of.
tr te above. It will ne seen inai ine operator at tr.e unco
ti.n dHchareed by me on July 1st. after having
Where one mnmn n -. r-, wllmm M uw uw
tn keen Hi mere awa- -
i niaipowt Mean siawm. uiwct. um uccti iu whivuuh
iti.i since "V"1""' -
k t the end of each quarter, and hare paid the operator
h. tmr on the knknot $30 at the end of each month, pay
. idoth Individually to the hoy on the lookout in town
' lj-jrjrtnl genkts aside from his regular business; not
, burin need of bis servicea, most look to some new
tir the $4 per month to make np the amount of his
'" kI he rfad tn see the enterprise better conducted than K .
len. which can only be done by putting the whole bastness
nd f a uitMe pTsna. wt.o w'll erigaee to keep the
tfi-n in pr working order, and also take charge of
rknaC in town.
rn, tn me that tbe Hooololn Chamber of Commerce is the
nKwc int-rest-d in the matter, and 1 take this opportunity
M,frnint the fjlowing communication of making known to
and the public renrvally a propiattinn from Mr. Richard
md. ho i well and favorably known to tbe pnbUc.
H,He Warned that you are dimos of hems? relieved
nv pwthereare of the telegraph stations and bavins; had
rrperW-nee in tbe busine, I would respectfully make the
mi TOCifStion, snowing y oo to make such use of tbe same
I aur think proper.
, - on imam of the state of my heal-h. ottliged tn relin
nir prewnt hriioew. I houM be elad to take chaise of
nil teW-rraph statlwi on ine loiiowina: nrrms. th.: mr
. M wmvmiAmA A II tHelffftHle j - an1
In of JIJOV I-r K " .
M .re famished me. t of this amount I will en-
L nmrwle etnptit operators at each station, and will, by
L j. Marrral SimaK" in addition to those now in use.
fi.re notice of the approach of all vessels, and their na
if r and name.
Where from anrt it coming mm poru
If not, where bound.
ny items of newt they may have to communicate.
K p a b -at sUtioaed al Coco H-erf. snd hoard vessel
pa.ot. and express papers, c ontaineu uum uma to
Tn eae of a t-t1 bavins a mail m board bcinsr hecahn-
-nre the Mter bars and ftrward them to town with the
Wir ho the private sienal of any business hoae in
,in h'-wn fp-m anv approacbin vt'-ael. f ev proviiline
h thesame and. m nhort.ejeeute any and all husi-essap.
Linr a marine trletrraph as conducied in the United
let me know at your earner convenience, n you uiick
bs able to effect an arranertnent as a "ore.
Tonrs very rrspectfally.
V Jack. -Ef- HnoJula.
hi wite that in order to rive time lor any action norm
tee propition. th- Wamond H -ad telecrar-h will he kept
k-urm a wm-tf antil .-ovtoo-t lf, aort will add that, in
kratim of Mr fiillilanil's ririnc the above haainesshi en-
-. an-l 'hit V- will ne canp-iien to employ three assist
thiik bi rery msonal-le.
. Tours, Ac.
Wala. Sept. 2, lo- J. Jacuos.
On mlins' the Commercial of Sept. 18,
fterward" the Polynesian, of Sept. 18, it ap-
1 to me ibit the editor of the latter paper, in
Mr to yonr critique on the French Treaty,
from r.versipht or from a kindly wish to spare
49 omittel to allude to a circumstance which
nrily ayiinst yonr side of the question. In
ng of the 2nd and 1 1 th article of the Treaty,
fern to doubt whether the intention is to exclude
Ian TeoeL from tbe ports claimed as French of
Icirry an-l Mirqnesas proup and of New Cale-
y.w, I ask yoa, Mr. Editor, whether it is
el known that a Hawaiian vessel, owned here
Hiwtiian group, called, I think, the Kameha-
III. is now running between the said French
free of all dues and imports of any kind what
With such a iet staring us in the face it must
tent to the meanest nnders'anding that yoa
misinterpret the Intentiont of the Treaty. Our
and jcood ally, Lt Jeveu de mon Onclt, has
rat to us (doubtless in the name of the most
iTrinify) sume candlesticks, so that we may not
darkness; and some spoons and forks, so that
ky see how Europeans eat ; a bronzed and gilt
to let as see tbe time o'd it;" and a Hawaii-
(sel has been, and is now', running without let
troce in anf out of the French ports of the
and ad referendnm." menn3 in plain
h, " We'll see a hoot it, which is not tbe most
way of pattinz on an application crumbier !
pore do yon want ? - Browx Stout.
Vbocu Lomger ibis thk Lcyiatha.
taaeU of greater length and of a more reraark-
trtcter, than the Leviatha a. are advancioe to
fri-n in Liverpool. These tresarls are each 700
They hae been constracteI for the Ori-
nl tnl Ste-trrt Company, anJ are intenlel for
'g-itijn of the Indian rivers. The purpose of
Wu'iar fentam of construction is to enable a
"V to be carriel at a goml rate of npee I upon
iraasht or wafer. Etch vessel is broken np
parts, each of which fl.mtsanl is a complete
Y itself, so tnat each vel consists, in fact, of
ppen lent vessel, or barges of which the first
steamer, towing all thereat. The constituent
fcf the tnin, however, are so artical tteI to one
hJ circnJr Vinfs as to leave no material
between them, while tiermittinw. the train to
lewijs in r4inz any carve in the river; anl
1 w:l! not snstain injurT shoaM it eruanl
r nneTen-sarfcr, ince each barjre will settle
tf.ni r.,r itHrlf. This new species of vessels
?ne4 hj Mr. Bonrne, civil engfneer. Liver-
vTt?R wihin to alter, change or discontinue their
rits, will p!eie to give notice at our counter. All
Ptiseroeoti sh-mld He markeit bow long they are to be
""erwise, r rule is to insert tin discontinued. 118-lt
nATI!3 LESD THE
rtl Hawaiian Theater !
FOR A tsflOKT SEASON,
frnr. honor of informing the
lwt nf Honolulu, that the flmt performance will uke
PTlRrV EVENING NEXT. f
f TV rrWMSM! w01 consist of James Sheridan
f ci-iebraud flay ! the . . ..
f te afterpiee I f A aarllr I stcc persona ting
the eharer of "Julia.?
r-arer haa weo th if irhl v CLCJ.VSED. rE.VTIL-
U.D DECORATED n entire It EHT STOCK OF
HT at led t tite estahli.hmens and everr attention
kid t the ptodnetMn of tbe
Moral Classic Drama; ;
i a style seldom if ever witnessed In this city.
V-e-rura win be enforced la every part of the establish-
every enort made to contrl rtlte to tbe comfort of visft
'he intention nf tbe Management tn render the Royal
Th-ater a place nf pleasant amusement and instruction.
Isnarer takes pleasure in announcing to the public
M made arrangements to "ecu re the services of several
distinction, who will arrive In the next trip of the
f that tbe attractions onTd will meet the approbation
r-minr public Mr. Ince respect ally solicit their pa
Box Office wfTl be opened on Saturday, at o'dork
I continue' until 4 P. where boxes and seats may be
feveral Xoreltie are In active preparation. 118-lt
f'VDERSinvt'n npi Tn
p"wc toa tney have opeqed
UnBElt YARD! 7
OS THE MAMISI PREMISES, ' '
rXasjaa Kea ud 9Iariae Streets.
r;B he ftmDii ,hc KM itiM.rf T rvsrn
UoQohalu, vis .
1 Inch Fir Boards,
t do do do,
1 do do JVnring.
ieaisifliBw. si tsd ssawrtsse, wlmt -
' 2x3, 2x4, Jx4, 3x3, 4x4, 4x. - t
Cealsir Bcasralw. rrwsss Pwrf OrrrsL
y he far superior to Eastern pine for carpenters' and
aiso tor boat boarda, cumpnatng
J mca Boards, extra clear,
t do do do do, .
I do do " do do, : . , " -1
do An mt. '
Jr-aaiTtv axDccvo raicsa, by '
U. A. a; H F. POOR.
C ARD . .
R SALE BY ttte irvnitpcanvxTi .
MUvvV WAT BES consMng of -LD
CHRO fTO METERS,
1 v ?!'.n "" trtt,n bands on tb handle.) f
Twef'i'' DVPLEX, ANCHOR LJZrXU .
O DtABLOTME WATCHES.
Webavifig come direct from Europe, and there being
r"h baad charges an them, tbey wili therefore be
l" prtcca, by . , , , .
LATER FR031V CALIFORNIA. -
By the arrival of the ship Ropid, at Lahaina, and
tbe polite attentions of G. D. Gilman. Esq., we
have received San Francisco papers to the 9th being
five days later thanour previous' advices? - The
Rapid arrived at Lahaina about noon on Saturday
last, and sailed again for Hongkong the same day.
A list of her passengers and memoranda will be found
under the proper bead. ' S
No Liter dates are received from the Atlantic States
by thift than those by previous arrivals.
H. B. M. Ship Calypso, sailed on the 10th for
Honolula, to remain here during the shipping season.
The schooner Muck thaw, was loading with lumber
and woald sail for Honolula about the 15th.
The clipper ship irrn Continent, will touch at
this port, inquiring for freight, but will probably go
on to China.
' The bark Fanny Major, with the mails, will be
due at Lahaina, on the 1st, and we may expect the
mans oy scnooner irom that port on Saturday or
Sunday morning next. Highly interesting news is
expected, relating to the Atlantic Telegraph and the
Peace with China. ., ,-
From Victoria dates had been received to the 6th
of September. The Indian troubles had quieted, and
miners were very successful. An editorial corres
pondent of the Alia says :
" I should thlok, there are about eieht thousand
men on Fraser river, at all the points and alone :th
banks. Of these, below the Great Canon, about two
thousand are actually at work, the rest idle or pro
specting. These two thousand are making from $50
to 2 per day. The latter sum is the least that 1
heard any man ray he was tnakinz. The most nlrwl
ding industry will not keep a cradle going all day for
leps than that sum; men will rather prospect than
work for les. I have set S50 as the maximum be
cause that is the most I saw made by any one roan.
i nave, nowever, no reason to doubt that as high as
310O per dny is realized at Hill's Bar and Texas Bar
on three or tour of tbe claims."
Koloa Scgar. It is gratifying to observe that
our island sugar, is taking the high rank it justly
deserves, at the public fairs in California. In the
Alia of the 9th, we find the following :
Sandwich Island Scoar. Our attention has been
called to a sample of raw ugar now on exhibition at
the Mechanics Fair, from the plantation of Dr. R.
W. Wool, on Koloa. Island of Kauai. Thi nlont
tion was established in 1835, and is the oldest at the
Islands. The sugar exhibited is equal to the finest
sample of Mo.-wovado sugar we have ever seen, and
we have no hesitation in saying that if all the sugar
from that plantation is of similar quality, it will have
the prefe ence for domestic purposes, over all other
raw sugar introduced into this market.
For market and other news we refer to our com
mercial column. ' - .
Rojal Hawaiian gn'rcltuial SccUfy.
AXXl'AL MEETING OF THE ABOVE
M. named Society,
for the Election of Officers, will he held oa
tbe 22.1 of October 1S53, at the Court House in Uonolulu.
A full and punctual attendance of all voting members Is re
quested. By order of the Board of Managers. " E. O. HALL,
HS-Cl Recording: Setretary. -
G. C. MrLEAX.
On Nuuanu street.
E. J. SMITE.
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGS LEAVE TO XOTIFY. THE
public that he is now prepared to furnish all kinds
of CUr f'lXS. and superintend Funerals, at tbe short
est notice f Pfli the long experience he has bad in
the business, he trusts that he may give ratiafartion to those who
will favor him with a calL Ready made pine coffins always on
hand, from f 4 to $10 ; cherry and koa do., varnished, $10 and
ii ; koa do, poliahed, $25 and $40. Koa Lnnilier on hand and
for sale at his shop, Kin street, nearly opposite the teamen's
N. B. FrRNITl'RE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and dispatch. 118 If
Viows or Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING O" RESIDING
oa these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. H.
Hmrtrwm View Ilststwlsilsi to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a better ilea of tbe cenery. Habits,
Cu-ttums, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pul
lished. To be had of BIKOW,
113-tf Merchants' Exchange.
"E tlampHns V.!"
JOTICE IS IIEREBV GIVEN TH AT THE
Monday Evening, at 8 o'clock, at tbe flail, over lr. McKibin's
Drug um, on Woven street. Kel lent an 1 transient ki rothers
are respectiully inviteil to attend, fer order S.O. II. . 118-lt
Fire! Fire!! Fire!!!
PROTECTION HOOK AND LADDER CO.
No. 1 S You are hereby aotine 1 that a regular meeting of
the Company will be hel l at the rnn Monday evening, Ocutter '
th, at half-past seven o'clock. A full attendance is requested,
as Inuines of great importance will come before the Company,
US-It C. X. 8PKXCER, Secretary.
THE UNDERSIGNED REGS TO IN-
form his friends and the pu'.lic that he has re-oned
his Livery Stable at the OLD STA N U. Corner of Mauna
Kea ami Marine street, near tlie steam Mill, where
will be found thi Bt?I r sanoLC bk-u to let at reasonable
prices. His old atruns and others sre respectfully invited to
Fit t'K P. MANI.M.
1IASTERS OF SHIPS VISITING THE
i v port of Honolulu, in want of JK AM EN, will find it to their
advantage to call at tbe o.fice of 0 11 A II A i a: xtHKUAM,
where can be foutxl whole crews at the shorten notice. Ap-
proved security given for the amount advanced to seamen
until outside of the reef. Fnan past experience an 1 strict atten
tion to our business, we hope to be aide to give satisfaction.
JAM OK All AM,
I18tf WILLIAM A. 31ARKITAM.
' :' OATS t OATS !
TEW CALIFORNIA OATS. SELECTED.
and warrantnl equal to the best in the market, just landed
from the Flying Dart," and for sale tn quantities to suit, oy
115-tf , C. A. tc II. F. POOR.
A SUPERIOR ARTIC LE JUST RECEIV
jfla ed per schr " Flying Hart," in small packages, suitable for
family ee, and at a reasonable price.
C. A. k n. F. POOR.
. TO LIST.
A COMMODIOIS COTTAGE J. Ho
tel street, d.rectly opposite the residence of laptain a. r.
Snow. Apply to ,' HS-tfJ R. CILL1LANP.
rDERSIRXED II AVE
M a Copartnership for the transacting of a General
Sion Business, under the
firm and style of I. C. V. ATtRMAN
We especially solicit any business connected with the interests
of the Home: H baling Fleet, in tlx consignment of supplies, fur
nishing of funds, sales, or purchase of exchange, oil, bone, gen
eral merchandise, and tbe procuring of freight, etc
' U. C. WATERMAN,
117-3ni ' JOHN F. POPE. .
p. c. WAT. r. roes.
- j , . , D. C. WATERMAN fc COM , ii-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. . -
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. Issao Howmo, Ja., k Co., Sew Bedford.
W. G. E. Port. Esq.-, do.
Mosgav, fVtoxk k Co., San Francisco.
. McRria k Missii.l, f . t ,do , 117-tf
Dawaiian xllechanics' Benefit Union.
AT TnF.ASOTAL MEETItfOOF THE
above Society, held September 19, tbe foUowiDg Officers
r were elected for the ensuing year :
IC. II. lowers, I TroBtees.
Geo, C. McLean,
Wm. Wright, -Alex.
R chard Neville, Treasurer, Ed w. Boyd, 5
From the reports read at the meeting, it appeared that the So
ciety had expended, during the last year, for sick, benefits, etc-,
the sum ef $39 871, and that the present state of the Society's "
Funds to : - -
Amounts invested, principal and interest, to date, f 180 0
" Balance in Tresurer's hands, - . , 115 1 .J
Dues unpaid, - - - 00
Total, '- - - . tlMl 17
Being the o-t assets of the Society at this data. From tbe min-
-U7-9t UEU. V. MCLEaa.sccy.
BOXES CRTSHED SUGAR, t
Haft bbla, Crushe l Sugar, -Half
bbls. Coffee Crushed Sugar. -
(he Ban Franeisoo Sugar Refinery, per " Yankee.1' mr sale
by . , - H-f1 " v. u. KiUHAKim a
TOOL CHESTS FOR BOYS USE X'NPICK
a4e Drawer Locks, very superior Door and Pad Locks, Fancy
Collars For sate by . .
ll-tt ' . i. uauu.
rrST RECEIVED EX "RA DIG A."
of Valkfark ILK. In nfnta a doaea In a ease, for S
far sale by
c L. atcaaaos. b. w scvsRajica.
' . C. I,. RICHARDS &. CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Commission Merchants, and dealers in General
. Merchandise, Honolulu. Oaho. Uaadwich Islands.-..
-. ' , . - . BEFER TO " -" ' - '
Messrs. C. A. Williams t Co.,
' - D- O. Watcjcxas, -
. B. T. 8sow,
Wiluams Jc Haves,
Thomas Fitch. - . - ,
M nLLiAMS t Basvss, -Maiiax,
8ti!cb A: Co.,
1.-Rrise at M KKItILL,
As T. Livtoj,
T. & A. K. Ntk,
fan Francisco. '
' New Bedford.
KDWARD C. Jl!l,
B. GHirriTH Moaoas, - ; u , '
II. WEBSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
13 r axiciiest; vrvr lxxe a .
Liiquorv of cTcry Description.
101 FROXT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant.
. 115-tf . . SA FRANCISCO
BISHOP &, CO.'S
TWE UNDERSIGNED WILL. RECEIVE
Money at their Savings Bahk upon the following terms :
On sums of $3O0 or under, fnim one person, they will pav in
terest at the rate of eight p r cent, per annum; from d ite of re.
eeipt, on all sums that shall have remained In deposit three
months, or have been in deposit three months at the time of
matins up the yearly account.
No interest will be allowed on money withdrawn within three
months from the date of deposit.
Thirty days' notice must be given at the Bank of an Intention
to withdraw any money ; and tbe Depositor's Pas-Book must
ne proaucea at the same time. -
No money will he paid except uiion the Draft of the Depositor.
accompanied by the t roper Paas-Bonk-
On 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
creaiten to tne depositors, and from that date form part of the
principal. - -
Bums of more than $300 will be received, sumect to special
The Bank will be open every day in the week except Sundavs
and Holidays ; and on Saturdays will be open until 0 o'clock.
r. n.t - tJlSUUf JC vO.
. Houolulu, August 14. 1858. 112-tf ' -
" narpcrV Weekly."
NOTICE TO SrBSCRIBERtj-SUBSCRI-bers
to Hirpkr's Wkkklv Ilixht rated NicwsrareR. are
n-xifled that the Club List fir 1859 is now open. The list
ill be forwarded tn New York some time In October, as sub
scriptions begin January 1 ; and early notice Is now given, that
suhscriiiers on Uie other Hands may he enabled to make their
remittances in season, such names only as are prepaid will be
rorwaraeu. Tne terms to loose embraced 10 the Cluh Ust a
2 SO fr Oae Tear's) Subscription I
Each su'criber having to pay, In addition, the Hawaiian post
age This is one of the cheapest papers published, and gives
more general satisfaction than any other, which may be inferred
from the fact that it has nearly two hundred suhscriiiers on these
islands. !il7-Zml Address 11. 31. WHITNEY.
New Good ex " Candace."
FOR SALE BT THE CXDERSlGXEDl
Ladies' Lisle thread lace stockings.
Do do do plain stockings,
Do cotton stockings, '
. Linen tapes, white linen braids, piping cord,
Worsted brai Ik, Coates sewing cotton, '
Miaaes' broad leaf Leghorn hata,
' Do. do do Tuscan do, trimmed,
LaidkV black silk gloves.
Large white and colored cord and tassels, for furniture,
Miiwimitirruitc Bij Ktk, fxu anwin, nnuw note aciawrs,
Linen damask ta'4e napkins, crochet cotton.
Crochet needles, with fancy ivory haUers and cases,
French flowers, satin bonnet wire,
Elastic hair pins. GEO. CLARK,
115-tf Hotel street.
Tin and Copper Smith,
LA HA IX A. MAUI.
XT An work in his line will he executed with promptness, and
in a workmanlike manner. 116-tf
THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE
I undersigned, carrring on business at Kawaihae, under the
firm of l. It. TIIM k CO., is this day dissolved by mutual con-
scut. All claims will be settled by 1). K. Vida, at Kawaihae.
P. K. VIDA.
. WYMAN STILES.
Tbe business of the above will be carried on as usual solely by
Kawaihae, August 14, 1858. 116-2m
- SHIPS' ACCOUNTS.
lit tSTERS OF WHALESHIPS WHO DE-
J.V.M. sire assistance in the making op of their accounts, wilt
please call on the undersigned, who will give bis immediate at
tention to business entrusted to him.
Office at the "Sailors'
qiHE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
M. receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
I of fresh
atHd Nw. 1'
White lead, ground in the best boiled English oil, and is au
thorised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu. June 9,1857. 60-tf
MGAR-CI RED HAMS.
If A NT. ANI TO ARRIVE PER sr-
ren," 20 tierces choice sugar vured llama, lor sale ny
J. C. SPALIUNO.
. RIGGING LEATHER.
sTkN HAND. AND TO ARRIVE PER "ST-
ren," 60 sides Rigging Leather, for sale by
i. C. SPALMNG.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
BBLS. TO ARRIVE PEt "STREN,"
hourly expected, lor sale by
J. C. SPALDIN'O.
ALCOHOL. 0 PER CENT. OVER PROOF.
ASES ALCOHOL. CONTAINING 2 FIVE-
gallon tins each, for sale to arrive per t ?yr?n," by
116-tf ..... J. C. 8PALUIXG.
PITCH AND TAR.
.Th BBLS. OF E CH, TO ARRIVE PER
'Syren," for sale by
J. C. SPALDING.
ONIONS AND POTATOES.
4L1FORNIA ONIONS AND POTATOES,
Per " 1 aukee," for ile by
115-tf - C. L. RICHARPS k CO.
BLOATERS AND HERRINGS.
VtRMOl TIl BLOATER AND ENGLISH
M Herring in tins For sale by
115-tf . C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
aT N FRANCISCO GOLDEN. SYRUP IN 6
gallon kegs, for family oe, fir sale by
. 115-tf :- C. L RICnARDB k CO.
BANK HILLS. .
A MERICAN AND ENGLISH BANK BILLS
cash d by
II. M. WHITNEY.
CLAPBOARDS AND LATHS.
niE ffi-FT.) DRESSED CLAPBOARDS!
M Pine Uuhs, per " Mountain vi ave."
112-tf C II. LEWERS, Fort street.
fT,SO' tc FAIRB4K8 OLD HOUR.
bon WhUky A few dozen nf this superior whisky for
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
aTkLD BOTKBOV AND MAGMILIA WIIIS.
f ky. In 10-galloo packages, in bond or duty paid, for sale by
H&-tr t;. 1. kiciiaki's a: tu.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT I
CHARLES IIEIDlEf'K tc CO.w-The best
Wine ever drank on these Islands, r r sale njr
C. L. RICHARDS ft CO.
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER VlNE,
ISR V ANKEE For sale by
115-tf C. L. RICH IRPS CO.
ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
rsROWlCS COXCEXTRATED ESSENCE
,9 of Jamaica Ginger, per ? Yankee," for sale bv
115-tf C. L. RICHARDS CO.
WELLS Sc. PROVOST'S ASSORTED
nOR FLAVOR NfS PIES, PUDDINGS,
JL c, per 1 ankee," tor sals by
115-tf ' C. U RICHARDS k CO.
DRIED BEEF. if
A SMALL LOT OF DRIED BEEF, PER
.B Yankve, for sale by
116-tf ' - ' . C. L. RICHARDS CO.
sTaER T ANKEE. IN 12 AND 1-4 BOXES I
Frsaleby lllft-cf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
. C0ZZENS' YAIX SHERRY.
afOZZENS PA LE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported foe sale oy
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
JUST RECEIVED BY "CANDACE
ESTPIfl ALIA HAMS. RAISINS IN IR.
and half boxes. Currants in small jars. At
H5tf . SAM. bATIDOE'S.
. - - ixES.
HANDLED AXES, PER YAN-
I I kee,n far sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO
A JT PRANCISCO BUTTER
guzar. picnic and coda cracaen
and Jenny Uad Cakes,
per Yankee," tor sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOXES, CA LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
White Soap, per - lanaee, ' rr sale oy
-, . C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
S la KEGS, -
. . -.For sale by. t.r
CHAR. BRXWXR fl.
IVEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
-FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
Boston Direot I
EXPECTED IN AUGUST. '
BARRELS CAROLINA RICE)
1 bale cloves; "
6 hags pepprt
- 1 keg nutmegs:
10 boxes corn starch;
60 kegs split peas; . : .
10 half bbla currants; . :
100 half boxes raisins;
100 quarter boxes raisins;
100 boxes Winchester's 8. W. aoap; -
. 10 boxes saleratus, (1 ft papers;)
500 quarter boxes sardines;
20 eases St. Cair" and " Uptttn's" tobacco 8's, 100 lbs each;
cases Sweet Orange cavendish'' tobacco 100 lbs each ;
6 cases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 20tbs ea;
20 half boxes double reflned loaf sugar;
50 half bbls ' do do crushed sugar;
6 No. 4 whalemen's caiabooses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. S favorite pattern " Roger Williams' stoves, complete,
with pipe and fixtures the best pattern ever Imported into
Honolulu Kr family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
by the subscriber, and in no ease baa any complaint been
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
62 docen 2 ft tins oysters best, put ap expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days of sailing of "Syren."
20 dox 1 lb tins oysters; -20
do 1 tt tins green corn;
20 dos 1 ib tins fresh clams; . .
40 d 2 lb tins do do;
20 dox f tb tins lobsters;
80 doa 2 tb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring;
10 dos caua (1 ib) raspberry Jam;
10 dos cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 dos preserved peaches, (2 lb cans);
8 dos apple pulp, do;
20 dos Verdale olives; .
- 60 dos 1 lb cans assorted soups;
20 d 1 lb cans soup and boullie;
10 dot 2th cans chicken;
10 ! 2 tb cans turkey;
20 dos 2 tb cans assorted broths;
- - 6 blla cider vinegar; ,
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
. - sugar crackers.
- 60 dot denim pants; " ".'-';'
12 dos red flannel shirts;
10 dos blue do do:
3 dos grey do do;
25 doz each linen drill frocks and pants
28 dos angola genta' half hose;
22 dos do noheo: no;
' 6 cases I'xbridge 4-4 white sheetings; .
6 hales Western State 4-4 brown dot
5 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
Shetucket blue drills;
3 bales Pepperel Bro do;
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thonidyke ticks;
2 hales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 tb blankets all wool;
2 caws extra fine satin jeans;
4 caes do do, ) '
' 100 riding saddles, (complete);
. , 10 dos charoonl irons:
25 dos heavy handled axes u Underbill's"; :
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests Ilingharo boxes;
60 ne ts covered buckets;
. 10 d- 3-hoopeti painted palls;
15 uests (8 in nest) do pails; : '.
20 hags shot;
' 6 cases stout hroeans;
400 16, 17 and 18 feet oars; :
60 bolt cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Wines ami Spirits. '
60 10-gallon kegs lonongahla whisky;
60 10-gnlIon kegs N. E rum;
" 60 10-gnllon kegs American brandy;
- . 10 cases Uoker's hitters;
60 cases chum pagne cider;
50 d 4 pints Albany ale; , , -
60 doz do do porter.
Per "Mountain Wave, expected in
800 gallons best boiled oil;
75 Tenisee riiling saddles complete;
2000 Jb nsvy bread;
50 half bbls crushed sugar;
5 lialf boxes loaf do;
. . ' 25 tighth casks American brandy.
Per "Young Greek,' expected in August.
150 16. 17 and 18 feet oars;
1 coils ea Manila rope, H. , II, 2, 2i,2i, 2,3 in.
SO bales cotton duck. Nos 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
40 lbs Prussian blue paint;
10 rbs chrome yellow do;
60 rbs chrome green do;
10 lbs vermillion;
10 lbs French blue;
- 60 charcoal irons;
5 N 4 stoves' Roger Williams ;n
6 halt's hops;
1 rasos hops. 1 lb papers;
100 bbls extra prime pork;
200 hhls Gallego flour) ;
; 11,000 lbs pilot bread; ;,
23,000 rbs navy bread;
100 tins assented crackers;
20 half hhls new Goshen butter; , v '
25 half bbls new apples;
116 small cheeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raisins;
200 hslf do do;
100 boxes 8. W. soap;
6 casks Zante currants;
- 25 kits No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (30 tt") hags tabic salt;
. 15 cases Dixon's half ft tobacco; - .
60 taxes champagne cider;
50 boxes porter pints 100 loz;
10 bhis oil Bourhon whisky; -10
10-gallon kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
20 6-gallon kegs do do do;
80 2-gallon kegs superior and extra whisky;
10 octaves "Rivi-ire" brandy;
10 d? " Plnet CHStillnn Co." brandy;
quarter casks Duff Gordon" pale sherry
25 bales gunny bass;
44 dos grey flannel shirts;
9 doc scarlet do do;
'4 dos blue do do;
SO doc denim pants;
. Z'i dm denim frocks: , -
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 4-4 brown;
' 6 hales do drills do; : K ,.
10 hales Otis denims; -
7 bale Cordis drills 4-4 brown; ' .
1 Case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 half bbls bide poison.
XT For sale to arrive, on liberal terms, by
108-tf J. C. SPALDING.
COR. MERCHANT AND FORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
"I1ESE COODS HAVE ALL BEEX SEL-
ected by the Senior Pnrtm-r of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of ;he wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and having een purclmsel at LOW FIGURES, will he
soi l at MCCK LOWER KAT than have ruled In this market
in past yearn. . Citizens ami Strangers are respectfully invited to
call and sei for themselves. A. 8. k M. 8. GRIN BALM.
Honolulu, 8e;t. 9, 185S. 115-tf -
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
MIE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FIJR-
nish to Butchers and Packer, in the largest quantities.
a very superior articl", Eqrai. to thk bk.t impobtrd salt, and
at a price to VH.YX COilfKl iTIU 1 for terms, apply to
11 5-6 in " ' fuuHia SaU Works.
. NAsflOXAL. HOTEL,
CORNER NUUANU AND HOTEL STREETS.
PUIS WELUKXOWN ESTABLISHMENT
offers superior inducements to Seamen and the public gen
erally. The Table will le supplieil with the best of fare, ami the
Sleeping Apartments provided with all the conveniences of toilet.
Boar if, - -Faraiaard
a4 7 per Wek
la 4 per Week.
XT In connection with the establishment. Officers and Seamen
can be procured nt short notice.
JOHS O. LEWIS. Proprietor,
115-3m v r and Licsssm Sbippiso AGtrr.
RES II CAROLINA RICE.
Kniiish Pie Fruit,
English Sauces, assorted,
Macaroni and Vermicelli,
Fresh Prunes In Glass Jars,
ltrandy Peaches aud Cherries, . "
Per Yankee." for sale by
116-tf . , C. L. RICHARDS CO.
HONOLULU COFFEE-HOUSE. :
PTUIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
notify ha friends and the publie that he baa rsopened bis
establishment on King street, near the Bethel, where he always
will be ready to accommodate Boarders by tlie week or single
meal. - lut-am - . atuuin.
MECHANICS CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE!
X KAAIIUMANU STREET, IN FRONT
of Roderick's Restaurant.
Breakfast at - . - .
Dinner at , - ,
Supper at i
OZr Terms & per We.
6t A. M. "
. . ,113-3m
SHIPPING OFFICE. - '
THE " UNDERSIGNED lIAVlSfi TAKEff
the Office sttacned tn the Sailors Home," will procure
O eers and Men for whaling aud other vessels, at short notice,
and will endeavor to a) vet s.isfactiua to all wb may favor bint
: with their business. GEO. WILLIAMS,
- Licensed snipping Agent.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 18&8. 116-tf . '
BUSHELS TURKS ISLAND SALT.
V il"1 ror saw wy :
FOR BAN FRANCISCO.
. FIRST VESSEL!
S3k r Qrigf " Glcncoe," :
- - Capt. J. HOLMES,'. ' ' ' 1 '
Will sail for the above port direct, on MONDAY NEXT,
. .ii Uclsbrr 4.
Uond aeeommodatKma for a few passengers. For freight or pas
sage apply to (118 tf) . C. A. k H. F. POOR.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE SHIP ' ' '
Captain E. B. HOOPER, to sail on or about the 8th October.
For freight, which will be taken at low rates, or passage, please
Sept. 25, 1853.
B. F. SNOW.
FROM LAIIAINA I
For New Bedford Direct !
j&Z : TH FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP
1287 Tons, commanded by captain E. C. SOULE, will load 00
... ana none lor tne above port.
For freight apply to S. H0FFMETER.
Lahaina, Sept. 25, 18 58. 118-tf
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
TffB CUPPER SHIP
1071 Tons, CapUin ALLEN BAXTER, will have despatch tor
For freight or passage, apply to . . -
118-tf . , . .. . R. C0ADV k CO
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT t
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Wm have immediate dispatch for the above named port. "
For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations, apply
to - J 117-tf J ' - A. J. CA RT WRIGHT.
FOR BREMEN DIRECT.
43 , : THE DANISDCLIPPER BARK
rfe Candace. A. Schau, Master,
r ill have quick dLspatch for the above port. Advances made
on Consignments. For Ireight and particulars apply to .
116-tf MELCHERS 4 CO.
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
li tons Register, Captain E. HARDINO, will sail for New
Bedf.nl with dispatch. Captain Harding is an experienced
whaling captain, and Shippers of Oil may rely upon the best of
care being bestowed on such as may be shipped. Tbe ship is
provided with a force pump and hose to wet oil.
This ship will be followed by the Ships A NGLO SAXON,
M IRV ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-tf D. C. WATERMAN CO.
Ships of Good Capacity
Return Cargoes, or Advantageous
O XX X T X3 Xt. S .
TO LOAD WITH
CiUAiYO AT JAR VIS ISLAND
AND PROCEED DIRECT
npO NEW YORK OR ANT OTHER PORT
a- in the United States, that may be agreed on. Moorings
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, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JUDD, -
Agent of the AMERICAN GUANO COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1858. 83-tf . .
SANDWICH IS LA 21 73
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS .
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March, Mar ar Jaae,
Sratrmker and Drcrmbrri
or further particulars see special advertisements In daily
papers nf the above months.
For Ireight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
or to u. v jituu.
r Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field,
Sutton A Co.
Cook At Snow,
Frceninn & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE fe LETTER
33 2C F XI ZE3 1 IS
On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
Ualted State, Saata Aaserica.
Caaadas aad Eeispe,
cuNsiacTi.su is new tobk with thb aasaicax-BCBoriasT ix
PRESS C0MPAST TO BCR0PS.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, beld from the best
Insurance Companies in New iork and London.
Packages. Parcels ami letters mrwamea oemi-montniy, via
Panama ami Nicaramia. in charaeof Siecial Messenirers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, anil all the principal ports or the west coast of Boutn
America, which is promialy forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on tbe 14th and 29th of each month.
TT Collections made, and allonlers pertaininfrtoa leftitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to witb uispatcn.
A. P. EVERKTT, - - - - Honolclu
124 Montgomery street, . San Francisco
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
? EXPRESS, 5
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters ami valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Asents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchanee in sums to suit
on Wells. Fanco k Co., San Francisco or New iork.-. Also
Wells, Farp-j a Co.s franked V. 8. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the Cnlif.Hniia and coast routes, aud over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New lork.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. ... B-5, CUADY CO.. Afenta
FANCY. GOODS. .-
NEW GOODS, EX RADl'GA"-'
Ladies lace mantillas, '
iMdh-s' black lace mitts; r."
Plush seat side sad. lies, 1
- Gothic alarm dorks, -'
Lawn and robe dresses.
117-tf At wholesale by C
A. & H.
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES.
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES, IN IO la.
Currant, apple, plum, grape and quince JeIUes,tn small glass jars.
Also, preserveu pineapples ana cnemes
A small invoice of the above per " KadueV for sale by
117-tf C. L. RICHARDS a CO.
A LL PERSONS HAVING, CLAIMS AGAINST
J. JOHN L. RIVES, which have not already been presented.
are reouested to hand them Into the understiriied, on or netora
the 1st of November next. ' C.C.HARRIS-
H7-3t Attorney of J. L. Rives.
J. HAMMOND A I. LOUZADA,
Agents for the Shipment of Foreign Seamen, over tbe store of
j. x. -naseraouse. uueen siree. ..am Hppwn
shortest notice. Patronage solicited. Officehours fraa 6 A.
, a. tiller, . . 117-3m
TEA t TEA I
OUCHONG. SOUCHONG AND OOLOIfO
Teas, per " Yankee " 8 ane of these teas are very supe-
rior. . For sale by
P17-tfj , - , v ; H. DIMOND.
BUNGS I BUNGS I ' 1 " t
CASK BUNGS, ASSORTED SIZES,
toVsaleby CHAS. W. FOX,
Cabinet Maker and Turner,
, ; J ' , Hotel street, near Fori. .
4 AAA RUNNING FT. OF 4
RUNNING FT.OFAil. WORK-
lfVflF ed Plae Gutter for tale, ex " Kl
s a rata."
8-tf ... . . . ... CH.
ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops. Just received per "Radoga, and for sale by
C. A. k H. F. POOR.
TEA. EX RADUGA. .-
A FEW CHEATS EXTRA V AN IS UUhUNU
m. Tea, In ith paper, for sale oy
C. irk it Wpoor.
117-tf ' '
VOLUME II, : ' -
THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD
If rsrtacr bownd and foe sale price 8
BY JOHN F. COLBURX.
" . Clothing, Dry Goods, &c. - .
THIS DAV ! : :
THURSDAY, SEPT. SO. AT 10OCLK, A.J3.
' At sale room, win be sokl . . . -.
Clothing, Dry Goada, Furniture, . .'. ,
. Saddlery, Tobacco, Mirrors, Cutlery, -
Pilot Bread, and Mdse generally.
CARGO FOR TIIG I ALL SEASON.
v " " ' ' : . -samsssssswasB ' -"-."." i - "
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE
the cargo of the American dipper ship . .. ,
" s y 3Com. , w-'
Expected to arrivs In September from BO8T0N direct, galea to
arriva will be made. - . .. -
Dry Good. .r. ; -
Bales denims, iMen'sbose, : :'-'
BaleaUeking, . j Men's flannel shirts, :
Case light flannel, , 'Grass cloth and liaen coat,
Bales heavy sheeting. Bale blanket.
Boot, Shoe and Leather.' J
Cases men's thick boots, ' . .Case men's drab Conf. boots,
do do brogans, do do goat hroaana.
do do do, enameled. Oak,- harnssa, russet and its
do, - sewed, - l glng leather.
pat. tea. strap shoes .
Half kits tongue and sounds,
Half boxes oodflsh,
BMs Carolina rice.
Bales hops, ...
ICamet English mustard,
do black pepper, "
do sup. capers, ,
'Boxes salad cream.
do red currant euy,
do eranlwrry Jam-
Case honey. . .. . .
Boxes tolmcco, assorted qaalit's
do boiled beef,
do do - mutton,'
do assorted meats,
Baskets olive oil.
Boxes green peas, .
Cases water crackers, ' -
ao oyster ao,
' Half bbls dried apples,
jCase refined lard, ..
do preserved vegetable,
wine " do,
250 bbls Haxall flour,
60,000 lbs nary and pilot bread, In whalemen's casks,
Bbls nsvy bread,
" Wafer bread, in cans, .
260 bbla prime pork,
200 bbls mess beef, -
Cas-s assorted sices sheathing metal,
"' Keg composition nails, assorted sisee, '
Full assortment cotton duck. "
and Naral Stores.
Bndls NR 6 iron hoops,
Kegs rivets, 4 to 6s,
Boxes charcoal irons.
Boxes copper tacks,
Bars best refined flat Iron,
Bud Is nail rods, .
do .Norway shapes,
Bndls assorted sq refined Iron,
Bars do do do
Sheets boiler iron,
Cases alcohol. .
Bbls bright varnish,
I Mortice locks, :' '
Casks iron shin spikes.
do fire proof paint,
do soda ash.
Boxes beeswax, ,
A furl assortment of Manila cordage, from ioeh to S inches,
Coils whale line, hawsers, 7 inch, . v
Whale boats, 1000 bbls oil shook,.
Bales gunny hags,
Caks Cumberland coal,
Bbls sail twine.
Boxes solar lamps.
Cases palm leaf hat, .
Emery cloth, '.
Cases boys' hats,
Cases oil cloth.
Oak boats. -
do enameled cloth, '
do ' children's caps,
do curled hair.
Force pump and hose.
Lumber. - .
An assortment, consisting of
Oak, hickory and ash plank.
White pine boards,
. Clear pine clapboard.
Bundles pine laths, -
Shaved cedar sbingte
114-3m " CHA8. BREWER, 2d.
. . JTST RECEIVED EX
Daxalslx laarlx. "Oandaoe"
A. SCHAU, MASTER, FROM HAMBURG ! '
AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
consisting in part as follows 1
Fancy prints, mourning do, fancy printed jaconets, mourning do,
8up. white shirting, Russia crash, linen Imperial, linen hdkfs,
Linen diapur, towels do, bed ticking, iringham. Victoria bswaa,
Moleskin, mohair, black alpivca, black Orleans, buckskin,
Blue and black broad d th, billiard cloth, hair doth,
Velours d'Ctrecht, fancy printed cotton shirts, a large variety, ,
White cotton shirts, liuen bosom do, blue and red flannel shirts.
Hickory shirt, cotton, wool and silk undershirta. kersey drawer,
Ponchos, bed quilts, white, blue, pink and yellow flannel.
Blue, red and white blankets.
Pilot cloth pantaloons, do monkey jackets, black alpacea coats,
Waterproof coats, silk and cloth eoats, linen drill pant, -
Moleskin pants, cotton and buckskin do, blue k black broadcloth.
Blue mixed cotton seeks, brown do, fancy do, wool do,
Lisle thread socks, ladies' cotton stockings, pearl white silk do, -
Black silk stockings, Lisle thread do, children's do and socks,
Lasting gaiters, ladies' and gentlemen's slippers,
French calf boots, e-aton and silk suspenders, silk cravat,
Leghorn hat for ladies and gentlemen, silk and cotton umbrella,
Kidderminster carpets, tapestry do, mats and ru-, rpet bags,
Btihblnet lace, ladies' falU, cbiklren's hoods,
Lisle thread gloves for ladies and gentlemen.
Cotton and linen thread, sewing silk, bonnet wire, crinoline,
Piping, stay binding, elastic belts, Coates' spool cotton,
Crochet cotton, imperial pins, crochet needle.
Sup. Sharpe's needles, glass inkstands, pen knives, rasors.
Embroidery scissors, button hole do. Jack kuives, butcher do,
rowoer nasxa, nira cages, ivory comns, enrtatn rings.
Patent pencil cutters, coppered springs fur sofas, saddles.
Cotton, wool and silk fringes, cords ami tassels,
Ltdies dress trimmimts, mull collars and sleeves, crap do.
Thread lace, em' roiden-d hdicfs, napkins, toys, velvet ribbons, "
Velvet in pieces. Parisian felt hats, for ladies, gentlemen and
children, in large variety,
Oil paintings, ladies? necessaires, printed cotton handkerchief,
Krahpiidered jup'ws, mantillas, uulies' summer cloaks,
Kid gloves for ladies and gentlemen, Mlk do. riding gloves,
LulieV fans, porte-monnaies, buffalo oombd, feather dusters,
Tortoise shell combs, garters, lamp shade, ladies' reticules.
Black silk shawls and scarfs, black taffetas, ookwed do, ruche,
Artlltciai flowers, chenille, bonnet ribbon. . 1
Blank books, foolscap, letter pap-T, note do, envelopes.
Wrapping paper, sand do, printing do. genuine Luhiu's extract, .
Genuine eaa Je cologne, eommnn do, lavender water, macassar oil,
Elegant dinner aud breakfast sets, soup plates, dinner plate,
Vegetable dishes, tureens, spittoons, water buttles, tumblers, 1
Ships' lanterns, window ornaments, glided mouldings, oay pipes.
Goblets, wine and champagne glasses, castors, lamp, chimneys.
Swiss cheese, split peas, nek candies and drops, fruit bonbons,
Peppermint losenges, macearnl, vermicelli, s'earine candles,
Barley grits in demij ihns, oat grits in do. pearl sago in do.
C(.dflsh, indigo blue, loaf and crushed snpar, Mrdinea, raisin.
Currants. Westphalia hams, pilot bread, Baas' ale, Tennent'sdo,
roner, pax wine, ciaret, snerry, cognac, gin, vioun strings,
Tape and braids, powder and hit, matches, beeswax, '
Polished charcoal irons, raven's duck, Rtii:i c-irdage, spanyam,
inarnne, nousing, UHinine, lognne, sail twine, oaanm,
Stockholm tar, pitch, main, Venetian rod, boiled Unseed oil.
English white leal, Piiris greeu, chrnine green, Prussian bine.
ttronse paint, tin plates, noop iron, reir iron, ateei, nail rod.
Iron and brass wire, wire netting, sheet sine, gunny bags, corks.
Vinegar in demijohns, COALS, etc., etc
HACKFKLD k CO.
Honolulu, Sept. , 1858. 115-tf ; ...
.THE UNDERSIGNED. AGENT
for the sale of Lwwaawa. SiswsMr St
'.' and R. C. Jsmiww'a HawaiUe
Pstelsesl Berf. has constantly on band and
for sale BEEF of the above well known and approved brands,
which he offers for sale at the market rate.
P. S This Beer is packed at Waimea. Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
the climate it cool and well adapted tn the purpose. - It is
packed in LIVERPOOL ami TCKKS ISLAND SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 month in
any climate. . ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
. Honolulu, August 25, 1858. 114-Uanl ...
SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN OF FOR
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE HAPPY TO
announce that Ihey have completed the arrangements for
the opening of a School for the Education of Children of Foreicn
Ps rents, under the charce of Mws Hiir Tbtsto, on MON.
DAY. the 6th of September next, in the basement of the Fort at.
Church. The term upon which Children will be permitted to
enter the School, are a follows :
The First Terhi will be eleven weeks.
Tuition for each Scholar, Tes Dollar for the Term.
All Scholars entering within two weeks after the opening of
the School, will he charged full tuition; and all CcboUrs entering
after one-half of tbe term has expired, will be charged Five
Should any Schofar be detained from school by sickness or
other unavoidable cause, more than one week, a deduction, will
be made for the time. - - .
As the establishing of the School Is a private enterprise, U will
be expectid that tbe parent will funilsh a desk and chair for
each scholar, but arraasrments have been mad which will ena
ble the teacher to furnish desk of a uniform dtwtroctjon. If
requested, at a less cost than they can be procured singly.
All application fT admission to the School are to he made to
the Teacher, who will he hanpy to eonf-r with any parent inter
ested before the day fixed for openinv the HrhooL
B. 9 SNOW,
ALEX. J. CARTWRIOHT.
Honolulu, August 2T, 1858. 114-f , Committee.
TW ANILA CORDAGE, small steea,
Martin and RatHo.
Fer sale bv 'r "
- CHAS. BREWER, 2a.
FfiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS APPOINTED
1 William Webster, Esq- to act as his Attorney davte his
aliaence. .-. - ' , .
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1858. , ; . 115-3tV . . Wm. TT TjTP,
NOTICE. ' ;
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY OF
fer his seivloe In the adjustment ef aceoant. coflection of
bills, eta Mortgage, wease. Bill ef Sale. Asveemet. aad
other Instramenta, drawn with ccuracy and dispateb, aad ea
mooerate term, umca ax ui Bailor' ome.
115-tf GEO. WILLIAMS.
ATTAR OF ROSES.
, A SMALL LOT OF GENUINE JUST R75-
eeived and fer sal low by
114-tf - - V
C. A. H. F. rOOBV
. frtc r?r rt xrri d ci?rn
TUST RECEIVED AND FORSALn BT
vi pY?A.. P. EVERETT.
f Geseral netxbscdise.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER t.at 10 O'Ctoch, A. M.,
At Sale Room, will bs sold . ,.
. Bey Goods, Oreeerie,
1 Boots and 8boee,
1 And ether article to 1
Geseral Utrthzzilzs. ;
I ON TUESDAY. OCT, S, at IO O'clock A. M.
v- At Sals Room, wm be aoU, . ,
Dry Ocaa, Cfatbim, - .. . v '-'
Boot and Shoe, Groceries, 1
IVTitoos, Pium ltd Meat, -
- Hata, Cape, aad mde easraliy.
n) (Til hi
1 li ill.
IVISW COOD3 ! iSrCODS !
TO ARRIVE ---i
GLUE. BRISTOL BRICK. ASSD VAILS,
Hunt' handled axes, charcoal Irons, wrought pike,
Axe handle, row lock, whalers' spades.
Firmer chisels, gouge, flies, planter' bos, bog boss,
Bock shot, chisel handles, knUe cleaners, ;
' Safety fuse, bead and moulding ptaam, . v
Carpet hammer, blind hinge, wrought nails,
r Seine twine, L'fford' study lamp, flsh aad chalk
Gun nipples, superior needle, shot belts,
Pkued castors, plated forks and spoons.
Plated dessert knives, wire rat trap, bora rasp.
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchet, copper tacks,
Bptnt levels, tea trays, nia-se nrusnes, an-l caras
Ox bow and ox yokes, earn shelters, gram 1
House paper, assorted, pod and center bits.
Enameled duck for carriage tops, new saddle, , , ..
Finished grindstones, grindstone flxtorea, j
Lead pipe, , 1. 1, . and 2 Inches,
Douglas pump, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, &, guarded taatera,
. Bras screw rings, nest trunks, nail rods, .
" Glased sash, 8x10. lOxli, 10x14,
Doors aad Minds, . 1 inch and 1 inch hoas, ', . ,
Hair doth, curled hair, feather pillow.
Looking glasses, bush and grass scythes,
Heavy log chain, east steel pick, '
Sliding door locks, mortice chisels, bras eoeka, aas'd,
Iron braces, bags shot, scotia and bead plnes, , ;
' Pick hanilles, jack and smoothing planes,
. . Try and steel squares, hand tor, assiwssil, ' 3
Scythe stones and rilflea, aaah faata, dout nail,
Britannia tea and euffee pots, bake kettle, -Drawiug
knives, Oillot's pens, S03, 404,
Contain rings, imwder flask, ivory handled knives,
Kg beaters, Ely's percussion caps, stiver thimbles,
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchet, boys' axes, -
Porcelain picture knobs, rasor strops and rasors, .
Zinc washboards, wheelbarrow, bay cutter.
Tinned spurs, harness leather, .
Harness, Japan, brass and silver mounted.
. Buggy lamp, solar lamps, assorted, solar wick.
Britannia lamps, shovels and long, -Extra
handle fur Eagle plow No. i,
Flat swede's iron, assorted,
i Inch and 9-16, square, Swede's Iron,
- J. 4 inch round Iron, nesu bucket and aaxea, ;. ;
Slng.s and double bedsteads. . . ,-
Dry Goodi, Ac. ... n
Extra klrta, rattaas, Scotch diaper aad apkl -
Printed jcooet muslins, fast culurs, . . t ,
Turkey red prints, small gura, ... ' ' ,
Fine prints, white ground, ' ,
'" Curtain cord, paper, cambric, - " '
Ladies' and gents' L. C. handksrchlefa, .
Child's and misses' white hose,
4-4, 5-4, -t and 11-4 sheeting, c:
Brown drilling, brown cottons, ticking, tie..
And a great variety of Goods, in store and to arrive, for sale 1 y
iw-tr- ' . u. tiAii .
NEW GOODS! -
NOW LANDING FROM BARK " YANKEE."
SHELF HARDWARE A VERY DESIR
able assortawnt, comprising many article never before
offered la Houolulu.
... ... .; :, Cutlerf. , . .,t-
Packet knives, from the most approved makers 1 sailor',
knives, large butcher knives, knives and fork, balance handle
table knives, superior sliears and scissor.
Amaiasiitfoa, dee. .' ' '
' Hazard rifle powder, tn thi and tlb drop and buck shot
bullets, English fcwling pieces, lead. '
Agricaltaral IsapleaieBte. ' :
' Peoria steel plows, garden shears, set gardea tools. Cottln'
ledge hammers, ox bow, Simmons C. 8. rasttock.
: Prtper HaBciav. .
" 4000 roll aew style house paper and bordering.
,. '- Tools, dre.
Cooper tools. Improved brae bit, flies, ami til's bellows,
whitewash brushes, paint brushes, pick handle, ass handle.
,. Saadrie. ,
Patent clothes pin, bbla glue, grindstone, charcoal lroc,
force pomps, shoe pegs, .
An assortment of Yaakee NatlwsM. embracing man
desirable aad useful articles, too numerous to particularise.
The above goods, purchased la person mostly from the manu
facturers' agents, are offered for sale on the most favorable term,,
ry 114-tf) . - W. H. LAUD.
YANKEE AND JOHN LAND
Herrings in tins, , ,
ha Brun's oyster.
Tomato ketchup, ;.-:
Green pea, in 1 fh tin,
Maccaroni, In carton, .
. Codfish, (extra.) . . ..
Table salt. In SO ft bag. ' 1
For sale by C. A. A R. V. POOR.
A. P. dc A. SI.
LE PROGRES DE LOCEANIE
LODGE, No. 114, under the Jurisdiction of the Su
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodge of France,
working In the ancient Beach Bite, bowl It regn'ar
meeting on the Wednesday nearest the full saooa ef each
month, at the old Lodge Room, in King street. .
XT Visiting brethren respectfully Invited to attend. '
August 18. 60-tf H. SEA, Secretary.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
leave the kingdom, offers for sale th premises now eoru
pied by himself, known as the Caa ercfcal Hotel.
Including the Stable adjoining. Alan, all the fixture f the
Hotel, embracing everything requslte for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of eue superior Billiard
Table, In first rato order, bar fixture, ete. y.
V . ' 1 - ALSO -' " ' ' 0
- The Leasae " LC en the earner ef Maaasa and
Beretauia streets, known a tbe M Circa Lot," aad the Leas of
the Nuuanu Baths."
. . -. it 11 jo :' .
One Soda Uachine, with bouliag apparata eomptete. -: r
' Hcnolnln, April 22, 1868. 8&-tf ' -
CARD TO THE PUBLIC. : .
UNDERSTANDING THAT THCE ARE
rumors hi circulation in this community of my ha vine en
deavored to over lease a certain house la thi Iowa, now oecu-
pied by soother party. I proclaim it to be false aad a base fab
rication in proof of which 1 would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Matter. John Montgomcy and T. C Heuek, who are
the oaly panic able to negotiate for the above premise-'
. aiiwatv utauiaa.
'At th reeuest of Mr. E. Bunress. w hereby declare, that the
erurse pursaed by him in reference to the abov matter has been
strictly Just and bon-wante. jijms usiwxwi,
May 1, 18aa. 101-em TU. U. uKltt.
- notice :'
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS AND OTHERS.
BRUNSWICK GREEN. VERDIGRIS.
Chrome Green and Tel low, Yellow Ochre, Veaeaaa Red,
Prussian Blue, tpanish Brown. I mber. . - . - --1
Boiled Linseed Oil. Turpentine, White Lead, (extra aura,)
Zinc white. Lamp Black. White Varnish.
I To be had in quantities to suit, of , C. B. UrWTOS, 1
VA. againet me. will pies prrseat them fee
d lately ( and those indebted are requested to aall aad aetUa, or
their acoounu wm ne left wita an attorney mrcuueouoa. .
rr The ub7riber hereby give notlo that a will aay n
debt contracted withowt hi written order. -
: Hoaesala, April SO, IS6S, 84-tf . , i - , . -
TO THE public. :
rmnB undersigned beg to inform
JL the public that tbey will open a staagct on the let ef July
as mm vitmnrj avesracTmo jar. r. a. saaain, ixnww
street, whereat an time will he found a chose silsotjoaof raasa
eaocntas, at a tow rate a eaa he afueared at aay store la .
town. Also, aaar, poaa, irtrrroa, ACSAaa, ees-v-da fat, evs -rythlng
usually fouod in a well appointed aooocry ore. . - -
- NOTICE: ;.
rmns raDEafliaKED' vviLL NOT
Si eciv DepoaR in the Custom Boas Vaalt, under inKing
regolation. after thi day. All article on deposit at UJ date
ean remata until It le eonvenieat to remove yesa. '
, . . w. eooDAUt, r:
1 Honolula, July 1, MM. pOt-tf J .v . Cb. treat sf
: . . ; : . notice. . 4;
9AVIDGE BEGS TO mrORtf HIS
Menda. as a mutual nroteottaa. ne tu sot UVr any
good to Chinese or Native servant, nnk tbey eteher bring
the eseaey, a written order, ar a paaaage hoair. UaySO. lotf
SS HEREBY OIVCN that I I
K. A- HEKDuN a are Aeent. with
daring mf beeoe from the lAand. '
Boaetalo, MareH Id, 18M. 90-tf , I).
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LOT. CSTaA X7T -
. , - U. bAHGE, Fort I
IlTf - - t ; v. C. A. H. r. roua.
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