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For the Pae, Com. Advertiser.
! iMt TartsT aa4 Treaty
-I Vmm haw no toward to oar aid. a that pathos
spiral fcr which they are noted. The loOowing effusion,
tboosk aot dIatiiUMd fcr any rythmical aaertt, will bear at
least one hasty perusal. Tha Mow, it win be seen, seeketn to
portray the history of Iba fcmous Treaty, how it Is viewed out-
alii sf Hn nininsa.nl inrlrnr', ml- " '
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Ye Muses tha dweO on the heights of Parnassus, .
" " Your power I Invoke to Inspire my pea, - " '
' While K leHs what ha lately befallen, alas 1 mt
Poor mortaa down here, called the cauldron of
On a bright BtOe isle, ia tha rolling Pad fie,
Frvaa all laada aad cation, we've erase to reside ;
Ia Use hope the where fortune had been ao prolific,
- We aught BMkke a lining nlaiH something beside.
And tha we waaAoa,aaontent wfthcew'ttatta ',
For profits were ample aa4 duties were small '
Five per cent, md waljrenx on all anportaums , .
, Bat spirits and wines, which were at needed at sJL
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to they ehargad aa fan. fin, arrack, whiaky and brandy,
Flia diilawa par gallon, an one apon wine, . i-
J as to keep down the traffic, (and then it waa handy
To keep ap tha Government foods, I opine,)
Bat, three or fear y ; a since, one Lochi Napoleon,'' '
Who'd lately haea raised la tha Rmpire of France,
Coaataeaced, m hie wadonv, to steal a march atowly on
wt that had caveat ma Imperial gtanee.
We Isaanders aaibha with fear at the name
That Ilia Majesty's march bote id erf, a French Treaty ;
Bar well we might think be would serve as the same
Aa he'd served ear poor neighbors, the fciks at Tahiti.
They may eau k a Treaty of Frter-'jhip and Peace,
Bat I think twould be nearer to say ultimatum ;
The relation's joat that which a pot of bear's grease
Hay ha said to enjoy with a pot of noma torn 1
The advantages seem to be quite on one side
If I dared make so bold, I would otter to bet yoa all,
ITe get bat the compact, (to find more I've tried,)
That the peace ahaa he constant, the friendship perpetual
If there Is any mote. It's very obscure
Concealed in the moat microscopical particles i
And 'twould pocsle Parnassus' wits, I am sore.
To Jrrret it oat of loose twenty-seven articles.
Depart, if yoa can, then, bow mmch we were granted.
That the Ministers tamed oat sach regular " bricks,"
And we beard that the Treaty was not to be ratified,
Bar the Council opposed it, by nine rotes to six.
The Goddess of Bight threw her Tea o'er the earth.
And all voices were boshed, save of sorrow sod mirth.
And the pale stars of neaven, their holy light shed -O'er
tirt homes of the Bring, the graves of the dead.
AH nature seemed soothed to her deepest repose.
Yet mid al her sOenee unceasing arose
The murmur of waters, where, on the low strand
In their night-sons; of praise mingled ocean and land.
Bat hark ! to that dreadful, that soul-stirring sound !
That makes the air vibrate, and booms o'er the ground:
Above as, below us, the echoes have spread.
From Barber's Point onward onto Diamond Bead.
Another! another! see. see, how the flash
Lights the earth, and the heaven; and then with the crash
Ceases a knowledge that all the mysterious row
Is caoard by the fact thai the treaty is paw.
Honolulu! thoa well may'st be proud of thy eons, -As
they bravely salute with a hundred guns;
What hoots it T although by mistake in their glee. . -They
fire fur a bandied a hundred and three.
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Tea! there stands trat band like the Furies at playj
And the shoat swells na hirh. No. 2 Are away ,n
And No. S flrra. and No. 2't sound
Bears desti action to crockery" everywhere round. -
Bar many a store can with ease testify '
To the werht of their charjre, Kit the or ly reply.
As each trun from the shelves their frail burdens would atrip,
Was, "we'll pay in the rooming, to night let her rip.'
Woe! woe! f"V the frmltty of all human hopes! '
In what blissful ignorance mortal man rmpes! '
A few days passed over, and their rampant Joy n
Waa dashed with the bitterest kind of alloy.
The treaty (for Tve been Informed that I'm so to can.
This harmwlng cwupoet by some termed a protocol,)
Was again brought before the Head of the nailon.
Baring undergone some very slight alteration.
The Council withdrew opposition at last; '
On the eighth of September the treaty was passed,
With a posrscrtpfwas article, (ad referendum,)
And from the results, may the goblins defend 'em! ' -
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The Kases have flown to their mountain retreat.
No mere will I fellow their metrical feet;
Bor my harp Is hang up on ao old willow tree,
' And if yaa'ia not bred, why you ought to be.
THE WILXsACE WEDDING.
- - BY aTIBB MTTTOKO.
The sweetest towtr of the garden, the joy and pride
of Dame TTilaon'e heart, was her danjrhter Hannah.
Well might she be proud of her. At sixteen, Han
nah Wilson waa. beyond a donbt. the prettiest girl in
the village, and the beat. Her beauty was quite in a
different style from the country rose bod far more
choice and. rare. Its chief , characteristic was mod
esty. .. A l'ght. yonthfal figure, exquisitely graceful
and rapid in all its movements; springy, elastic, and
buoyant as a bird, and almost assby; a fair, inno
cent face, with downcast eyes, and smiles and blushes
coming and going almost with her thoughts; a low,
soft voice, sweet even in its monosyllables; a d ress
remarkable for its neatness and propriety, and bor
rowing fQfn ber delicate beauty an air of superiority
not its own. such was the outward woman of Han
nah. - Her mind was like ber person ; modest, grace
ful, gentle, aCeooonate, graterul, ana generous above
The generosity of the poor is always a very real and
.fine thing; tbey give what they want; and Hannah
was, of all poor people, the most generous. She loved
to give; it was her pleasure, her luxury. Bosy-
- cheeked apples, plums, with the bloom on them, nose
gays of clover and blossomed myrtle; these were of
ferings which Hannah delighted to bring to those she
loved, or those who had shown her kindness; whilst
to sach of ber neighbors as needed attentions more
than fruit and flowers, she would give her time, her
assistance, her a-ill ; for Hannah inherited her
mother's dexterity in feminine employments, with
etnetbing of her father's versatile power.
Besides being an excellent laundress she was ac
complished in all arts of the needle, millinery, dress
making, and plain work; a capital cutter, an incom
parable mender, and endowed with a gift of altering,
which made old things better than view. As a diary
. woman, and a rearer of poultry, she was equally uc
eessful; none of her turkeys and ducks ever died of
neglect and carelessness; or. to use the phrase of the
poultry yard on sach occasions, of " ill-luck." Han
nah's fowls never dreamed of sliding out of the world
, in each an ignoble way; they all lived to be killed, to
make a noise at their deaths, as chickens should do.
' 8be waa a mnvnts "scholar!" kept accounts, wrote
bills; read letters, and answered them ; was a trusty
aeoomptant, and a safe confidant. There waa no end
to Hannah's usefulness, or Hannah's kindness; and
her prudence was equal to either. Except to be kind
ec osefal, she never left her home; attended no fairs
or revels, or Mayings; went no where but to church,
and seldom made a nearer approach to rustic revelry
than by standing at her own garden gate on a Sun
day evening, with her little sister in hand, to look at
the lads and laasea on the green.
In short ear village beauty had fairly reached her
. twentieth, year .without a.swee'beart, without the
alighest suspicion of her having written a love letter
oa her own aecoant; when, all of a sadden, appear
ances ebanged. She was missing at the acenstomed
fate; one had seen a young man go into Dame Wil
son's; and another had descried a trim, elastic figure
Walking, sot unaccompanied, down the shady line.
SCatters were quite clear.' Hannah had gotten a lover;
and when poor little Susan, who, deserted by ber sister,
ven tared to peep rather near to the gay group, was
laughingly questioned on the subject, the hesitating
ao and the half yes of the smiling child were equally
- Since the new marriage act, we, who belong to
country aiagiatrates, having gained a propriety over
the rest of the parish in matrimonial news, we the
privileged see on a week day the names which the
' Sabbath announces to the generality. Many a blush
ing, awkward pair' hath oar little, lame clerk a
sorry Capid ushered in between dark and light to
' stammer and stutter, to bow and eonrtesy, to sign or
mark, as it pleases Heaven.- ; One Saturday, at the
we! boar, the limping clerk made bis appearance;
and, walking through oar little hall, I saw a fine
athletic yowng man, the very image of health and
vigor, holding the hand of a young woman, who,
with her head half buried in a geranium, in the win
dow., was turning bashfully away, listening, and yet
not seeming to listen, to his tender whispers. The
shrinking grace of that bending figure was not to be
' Hannah: f vod she went aside with me," and a
rapid aeries of questions and answers conveyed the
atory of the eoartahip. .
? William is," said Hannah, " a hatter hi B. Fie
bad: walked over one evening to see the cricketing,
aad thea he came in. Her mother liked him. .Every
body liked her William and she had promised she
waa going was it wrong f" '
:j Oh, ao! ..and where are yoa to live ?' -! 1 .' ' ? v
- William has got a house in B. He lives with Mr.
Soticta. the rich hatter in the market place, and Mr.
Smith spoke of him oh, so well! Bat William will
rset twQ sac where ear house is. I suppose in some
narrow street or lane, where he ia afraid I ahII not
tike, as oar common so pleasant. He little thinks
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flopped avddenly, bother, blush and clasped
Lands fiauahed tibe sentence, ": an j where with him I"
. ? And whea is the happy day V : - .
On 12onday fortnight, madam,' said the bride.
, satreAeisMr with the little clerk te auto.
Caanah ta dm parlor., "the earliest day poeai-
. JIa drew aver arm thznab hia, and we parted. - The
Slooday fortnight sm farious morning; one of
Cam rsnrcbet Cra whea the iky and the air
reoA sawl BHgkt ae In April. '-
first exclamation at the breakfast table.
" Did she tell yoa where they should dine ?"
NV mmAn.m t I fnroot to ask."
I can tell yoa," said the roaster of the house,
with somewhat of good humored importance in his
air; somewhat of the look of a man who having kept
a, wmt aa lnnw as it was necejsarT. is not sorry to
ret rid f the barthen. I can tell you; in London.'
In London " '
Yes. Your little favorite has been in high luck.
She has married the only son of one of the best and
richest men in B - Mr. Smith, the great batter.
It is quite a romanae.'. continued he; "William
Smith walked, over one 'pleasant evening to see a
match at cricket.' He aaw our pretty Hnnnah. and
: forgot to look at the cricketers. , After having gased
his fill, he approached to address ber, ana tne nine
damsel was off like a bird. William did not like her
the less for that, and thouzht of her the. more... He
came attain and again, and at lart contrived to tame
his wild dove, and even to get an entree into the cot
tage. Hearing Hannah talk is not the way to rail
out of love with her. - So William at last, finding his.
case berious, laid the matter before bis father, and
reonested his consent to the marriacu. Mr. Smith
waa at first a little startled; but William is an only
son, and an excellent one; and after talking with me
and looking at Hannah I believe her face was the
most eloquent of the two he relented, and having a
s Dice of his son's romance, finding: that he had not
mentioned his situation in life, he made a point of its
being kept secret till the wedding day. - We have
manaeed the business of settlements; and William,
having discovered that bis fair bride had some curi-
osuy to visit iionaon a curiosity, vj uio uj, wmcu
I suspect she owes to yoa or poor Lacy intends
taking her thither for a fortnight. He will bring her
home to one of the finest houses in B ; a garden,
fine furniture, fine servants, and more money than
she will know what to do with. Really the surprise
of Lord E.s farmer's daughter, when, thinking she
had married his steward, he brought ber to ttur-
leigh, and installed her as its mistress, could hardly
have been greater. I hope the shock will not kill
Hannah, though, as is said to have been the ease with
that poor lady."
Ah, no! Hannah loves her husband . too well.
Anywhere with him."
And I was right. Hannah survived the shock.
She has returned to B , and I have been to call
on her. I never saw anything so delicate and bride
like as she looked in her white gown, and lace mob,
in a room light and simple; and tasteful and elegant,
with nothing fine except some beautiful green house
plants. : . Her reception was a charming picture of
sweetness and modesty, a little more respectful than
usual, and far more shamefaced ! Poor thing ! her
cheeks must have pained her. But this was the only
difference. In everything else she is still the same
Hannah, and has lost none of her old habits of kind
ness and gratitude. - She was making a handsome
matronly cap, evidently for her mother, and spoke.
even with tears, of her new father's goodness to her
and Susan. ' She would fetch the cake and wine her
self, and would gather, in spite of all remonstrances,
some or her choicest flowers as a parting nosegay.
she did, indeed, just bint at her troubles with vis
itors and servants how strange and sad it was!
seemed distressed at ringing the bell, and visibly
shrank from the sound of a double knock. - But in
spite of these calamities, Hannah is a happy woman.
The double rap was her husband's, and the glow on
her cheek,' and th smile on her lips and eyes when
he appeared, spoke more plainly than ever, " Any
where with him i"
; A Cwrlwwa Marriage atwel Divorce Sale
Marrtixo a .Wife, to escape bciko Eate tor
Dikser. The law gossip of the week concerns more
especially those who go down to sea in ships, and
may serve as a warning lesson to those who prefer
present security to future peace and happiness. A
year or two ago M. Malfilatre, honor, hope and heir
of a renowned calico printer, stocking maker, and
night cap vender of Rouen, set sail from Havre to
proceed to Sydney, in order to superintend the busi
ness which his father carried on in that place, and
whioh the death of his partner had left without sur
veillance. One of those accidents which will happen
in spite of captain or compass, even to the . best
governed ships on the ocean, happened, as a matter
of course, to the rotten little bark in which M. Mal
filatre set sail and on the inhoepitahle shore of
Walliss Island was it wrecked ; everything lost but
M. Malfilatre, to whom everything was lost but honor.
The plump person and defenseless state of the young
merchant became a great temptation to the dainty
inhabitants of Wallis's Island, who have disgusted
the missionaries by eating each other, and they car
ried him away to the chiefs hut with loud shouts of
triumph at the sweet morsel which the waves had
thrown upon their shore. The Catholic missionaries
have a small establishment of the Maristes on the
Island. They work night and day with unremitting
zeal, at the conversion of these savages, and have got
as far as the prevention of infanticide for gastronomic
purposes, which is a great step; but they have not as
yet been able to inspire the wholesome dislike of
human flesh which should certainly form the first
step in every conversion to Christianity. The poor
young man, in his dilemma, appealed piteously to'
the reverend fathers; but they confessed that they
possessed no influence; that they were barely telerated
and dared not interfere. '
The only rescue to be expected could be obtained
by choosing a wife amongst' the native women, and
consenting to remain on the inland forever. After
much persuasion from the missionary he accepted the
latter alternative, and the holy father, according to
the custom of his nation, chose a bride for the young
man, and took especial care to choose a good parti
no less a one than the daughter of the chief. One
thing, however, the father insisted on; the marriage
should "be solemnized seriously with Catholic rites;
and at all events the bridegroom should be bound by
proper registers, and not be permitted to treat the
sacred ceremony with the same lightness as it is else
where. ' -
Everything was consented to by the young man,,
who had grown attached to life by means of a good
supper; and, accordingly, on the next day the beauti
ful Suleta, all freshly tattooed from head to foot her
fair proportions undifigured by crinoline, was led to
the altar of the Maristes by M. Malfilatre. But, of
course, our hero from Rouen had treated the whole
thing as a little harmless expedient to keep a safe
skin and whole bones in this hungry land, and soon'
began to look out for an opportunity of quitting the
scene of his connubial felicity. Some months elapsed,
however, before this opportunity occurred; but at
length, one afternoon, wandering ditconsolate on the
beach, be deseriid a vessel in the offing. . It was an
English vessel, whose boat's crew in answer to the
signal of distress hoisted by the bridegroom, hastened
to the rescue, and bore him off to the ship without
discovery on the part of the natives, who would have
killed and eaten the in all bad thry been aware of the .
treachery intended. M. Malfilatre landed safe and
sound at Havre only two months ago. He found that
great changes bad taken place in bis father's house- ,
hold during his absence. An inheritance had fallen
in fortune had smiled most graciously upon the old
man. and the son, after all his wretchedness and
. misery, returned to find himself the heir of wealth he
had never dreamed of. The first thing for a rich man
in France to do, is, as we all know, to provide him
self with a rich wife; the father began to look about
him, and having found a suitable match, the parties i
were straightway brought forth to be married. . j
But now . arose the difficulty young Malfilatre
ti , . . ... ... . . . .
couiu not ueny nis marriage at awis s island ny a
Catholic priest; according to Catholic rites. The
marriage was legal in every point of view, excepting
in the one point of the non-consent of the parents of
the bridegroom. So, therefore, notice was served by.
a Atti'wier upon the "Demoiselle Suleta, falsely call
ing herself Madame Malfilatre," to show cause why
she should not be dispossessed of that title. Of course
the whole affair was considered a mighty good joke
by the gossips, and laughed at accordingly; for, of
course, after the delay expired, no partit civile ap
pearing, judgment would go by default, and Malfila
tre might be free to marry whom he pleased. Thus
did the affair stand until last week, when lo ! to the
uttter confusion of the sangune bridegroom and his
rich wife, the bishop of Australia and Oceana, in
whose diocese that paradise of whioh we have given
some of the most striking trailet de meturt . and. in
defence of morality and religion, proclaims himself,
reaay io oecome parti cin in this case, for the pro
tection of the helpless Suleta. . We may judge of the
consternation thrown among the ranks of jewellers,
costu rrrers, and modistes all engaged for the rich
marriage the tears of the rich bride, the ravings of
the rich bridegroom. The debates which are to come
on directlys will be full of interest, and of warning
at the same time. The ease is considered one of the
most curious on record, and has been complicated
since the issue. of the first miss en dement e, by the
arrival of the news of the birth at Wallis's Island of,
a son to the house of Malfilatre, who now shades the
interest hitherto absorbed by the tattooed Suleta. .
Correspondence of the Boston Pott.
Eoaciocs Jourmax on thc Lah DrOtWith
oonseat and intent with murder, aforethought, and
in plot with revenzinz passion wrought on" tn
fiendish purpose, with a thirst for blood Mr George
Pen Johnston and Mr. W. L Ferguson, went last Sat
urday to Angel Island,; to kill each other.' Seven
men went with thes to superintend the murder; It is
said about one handred persona were present, to see
its consummation. The two men shot at. each other
four, times. Each drew blood disfranchised them,
elves made themselves the contempt of brave men ;
proved themselves moral cowards; committed a crime
against the State, and covered themselves with blood
rail tineas before God. This is tht frozen truth, of a
very dishonorable and disgraceful business. . Some
will call itv " an affair of honor;" no each veneer or
varnish can be made to cover the Infamy of the deed;
gloat win not stick to it, it is) too low doirat tobe
mad teepeetahle by any art. Pacific
" What a beautiful daw; for Hannah !"
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Car I la ITl A IV & CO.,
A RE NOW RECEIVING. PER sUATJS Aas
2. RIVALS, a large stock Of . -
PROVISIONS,' ' ;
, , SHIP CHAN DLrEKY, .
. NAVAL STORES.
Which they offer for sale at lowest prices.
New Pilot Bread, New Navy Bread,
Easteiw Hour, . ;
American mess Beef,
American mess Pork
, I I (. Of different brands, Warranted
No. 1 brown sugar, No. 2 brown sugar,
No. I molasaees, Black tea, green tea,
- Preserved peaches, 1 Preserved qui Dees,
American butter, Pres'ed pie fruits, . ...
- Kona coffee and liilo coffee,
Ass'd nwats, clams, , 1' .
Cases crackers, oysters, cora, peas, etc., etc.
Fresh Iiland-rrown beans, large flat "Urns," beans.
Small white home" beans, long speckled 44 California" beans.
BOOTS. ANDJSHOES. ; .
Fleavy leather boots, do brogans, fine boots, lined hrogaos.
Half boots, fine brogans, buckskins, slippers, Ac - -
PAINTS, ; OIL, &c.
Pure white lead. No. 1 do, hlack paint, green do,
Prussian blue, chrome yellow, verdigris, linseed oil.
Bright varnish, black do, copal do, spirits turpentine,
Coal tar, lamp black, paint brashes, sash tool brushes,
Assorted numbers cotton duck, heavy Raven's dock. .
Light Raven's duck.
. , " AL80 .--An
assortment of fine clothing, pants, shirts, sock I, cravats.
under shirts, handkerchiefs. Ac
Lances, harpoons, gig irons, ooe-flued irons,
. Bomb lances, whaling guns, &e. - ,
A constant (apply of new Irish potatoes, new sweet potatoes.
onions, pumpkins, always on hand in shipping season, and sup.
plied at short notioer ....
37 Together with a general and full assortment of merchan
dise usually found in a Ship Chandlery establishment.
Lahaina Sept. 24. , BO-tr
Ta the Owaeraw aa4 Perseas I ate rested la
Whaleskips - in the Pacific Ocean.
Orncs or ths Pasama Rail-Road Cour-Asr,
Naw Toaa. July 20,1857. t
The Panama Rail-Koad Company takes this method
of iuforming those interested in the Whaling bust
ties a, of the advantages offered by the Railroad
a-rroes the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the I nited states to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation lor
more than two years, and its capacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, Ac,
bas been rally tested. Tne attention or several captains or
whaleshins has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present Season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important otject. A Pier, 4 SO reet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
waU. . Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Asplnwau are rast-saiiing ungs, te
longing to the Rail-Rnad Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama awl deliver it in Mew lork ,
under Ihroaah liills er Ln4ia2 at the rate of seven
eents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents r pound. This charge
covers every expense frorj Panama to fcew York, tn case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the If tlimus or in New York
at the option of the shipper. '. "-
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspin wall are almut twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus it
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Ithmus, will be
covered with canvas, or coavryed in covered cars, ami owners
may be assured that every care will se taken to prevent leaKage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss. .
Oil or other goods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Rnad Company, or to V illians
elaa. Commercial Agent or the Company at Panama, wid
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
Tr Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers. '
Jus. jr. JUX, secretary
FatDiRio L. IIakks,
Agent Panama K. R. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 64-12m
CAPT. ROBERT BUOW.'S
U'UALING GUN. PATEXT BOMB LANCES
AND GUN HARP'JOXS
FTER VERAI. TEARS LABOR AND
exivrunenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his aparatns, combined with the advantages o being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee haa been enabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a Bomb La'noe, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials. .
8 as FArmeo, January 10, 1856.
Carr. R. Baowa Sir . I take this opportunity to inform
you that we usU thow Bomb Lances we- bought of you, and
found them to be of great necent in capturing whales amongst
The (list whiil V.j t we n-od the Bomb Lance on was killed I
tn the following manner The boat went alongside of the whale
and the bontniteerer fired a Bomb into him aid then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-men
tioned whale was in the Ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have got that whale and many others that we did get, if it
had not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ships.
Thomas Wall, Master bark George.
IIoiolclc, March 17, 1850.
Caft. Bobckt Baowa Jfy dear Sir i I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, -north, the past season, which made
2a0bnu. ofou. ne never could nave taken him without said
Lannes, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance. ' ' . -
. . t - Yours Respectfully,
, O. It. Cox, Master whalehlp Magnolia.
Hohoixix, March 15, 1856.
Caft. Robibt Brows Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
Herald, and found tnem effective in taxing whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice,
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by your
Guns and apparatus. , .
. . Yours Respectfully,
Isaac Alls, Master ship Herald.
. Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned,
Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for
. . 14-tf R. C0ADY at CO.. Honolulu.
SAILS! SAILS! .
SALE JBT THE UNDERSIGNED.
WO the l
following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 250 to 300
tons, riai - ...
1 new Topsails , .
t new Foresail ' - j ,',
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
. 1 main Royal; . -., .T.
1 Spanker, IJIb, 1 '
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, . .1.,,
1 Spanker, . j Nearly new.-
1 Top Gallantsall, J
1 set Iron strapped Cutting-in Blocks, with chain pendants.
eompiete. - iro-uj - . r.
OV WHALESHIP8 AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at
i per cord; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb sheep, at $3 per head-,
and goats at $1 60 head. ' Also at the port of Hanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has saft and good an
chorage in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at KawiliwiU at the same rate as above.- Also fruits
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
named ports. ... f- .
ITT Wood always on band at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. - (64-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
To r W halemen !
XV MACF would respectfully .solicit the sameps
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy fc
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
wafhae, Hawaii, where will be found at all Umes a good supply
of Beer, Maltea. Park.' Pwallry, and also the cele
brated HAWAII! AB POTATOES. ,
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd i n
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
. TT No charge made on inter-island exchange.
73-tf O. W. MACY.
'0 FEET, INCH, Tt TO 30 FEET
217 feet, 1 loch. 25 to 29 feet Wig, ;
.' 688 feet, 1 inch. 12 feet and upwards, .- -Of
Itew Hampshire pasture oak, selected by a shipbuilder, and
expected by " Mountain Wave," September JO. is offered for
sale by (112-tf C. H. LEWKR3, Fort street.
RUSSIA CORDAGE. SPtTNTARN. -Mariin,
Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimbles,
Double and single blocks. White Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Tellow, Prussian Blue, - - a,
English boiled linseed Oil, Gold Leaf. . ,
r. V.r. oCWttH.CO
YELLOW METAL, &c: '
CIASES TELLOW METAL, ASSORTED
' sisesjkegs Composition Nails, assorted sixes, for sale by
B. W. .FIELD.
CORD AG E For sale
B. W. FIELD.
v storage; f;i
STORAGE FOR 400 TO SOO TONS heavy oi
light goods, on the premises of the undersigned
Y ?'V BREAD!
. . I i .
. ; A. P. EVERETT.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
EWOM TUK NEW CROP, FROM THE
a. - rifiT'usrrr or a a nrr .r
Far sale by ) ; ' S-tf) H. HACKFELD A do-.
fcr sale at the lowest mar
ftrotKaVT O. J ANION.
. ' : .,...., --: - - asaasssawaawawawawai ..,.,,. .
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LO WEST
market rates a large assortment oT Goods, recewtly rewiv
ed from Saa Fraaciwea and LI Teraeek Among thea
Brown cottons, .
Whit cottons, shirtings. .
White cotton drill, madapolams,
' Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blue prints.
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fitting, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, lasting.
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel.
White blankets, large assm't of linen drills, French merino,
Duck and trowseringa, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans "'k; poncho cloth,
EmbrM cloth ponchos, monkey Jackets, Russell cord coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted,
Men's shoes, ladies shoes, crape shawls, :
linen camb.hdkfs, silk neckties, .
.... Felt bats (aasrtd), cord, ,
. Duck trowsers,
Ladle,' ruling hats, blue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, Ac.
, ; : , GROCERIES. , r
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper,
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines.
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
.. .. .. Ac 3
Sheet lead, assorted English files,' ' - e
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails, -
Garden chairs, bronce hat stands, cook's ladles,
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Ch-st locks, barrel bolts, try pans, anvils.
Iron wheetharrows, tin plates, -
Hoop Iron, assorted Iron, screw wool press.
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles,
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoons.
Ascheri a ad Cbalaa.
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Tom, hock, crabapple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white: saddles, bridles, belts, dairy salt; .
Liverpool pickling salt, St. L bes packing salt, pipes;
Black, yellow and green paint, hemp rope, Manila rope-,
Hemp canvas, osnaburg, strong wide bagging, wool bags
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Tellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstdi
Dinner plates, soup plates, 6 inch plates, flat dishes, mugs;
Mecovered jugs d pitchers, etc.,
Wool, Croat Skins, Hides,
nURCUASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. BPALDING.
HE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE wm De
allowed hv the subscriber for clean
SALTED BULLOCH 11 IJJKS,
delivered at his premises in ForVstreet.
CnAS. BREWER, 2i
EST CASH MARKET I'RICE, by -
4$ ' KBULL a JwULL.
GRAZIERS AI7D DITCHERS.
ATT EXT I O X I The understated offers the highest cash
market rates for the above articles, deliverable at Honolulu
or any of the ports of the Islands.
Without interest, will be made to those who desire, and con
tracts will be made for any length of time.
E. P. ADAMS.
Office tn Makee's Block, Kaahumanu sts., rear of D. N". Fltt
ner's store. - 4&-tf
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
0-T4fc DOORS, assorted sizes, with mouldings and
e J Vr raised panel.
SO Sash Panrs. assorted sizes.
300 pair WiadavrSaati, assorted sizes.
250 da Bllala.withand withoutswivels.ass'd sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by ,
87-tf r GEORGE O. HOWE.
PER ELIZA &. ELLA," A SELECTED
assortment of Eastern Lumber, consisting of
Tellow Pine Flooring, Woiked. -Spruce
' do do do.
Half Inch Matched Ceiling, a superior article for House and
White Fine worked Partition Boards.
Wide Coffin Boards, Hhingles, Laths, and a general assort
ment ofBOLDIN'GMATERIA LS, selected by the undersigned. -
go-tf It. LKHKRS.
EX - " MELITA,"
AND FOR SALE T
MEX'S GRAINED SEA BOOTS,
IH Calf Boots; Men's Kip do;
Do - - Calf Congress Boots;
len's Calf pat. leather glove top Congress Boots.
Men's bl. cloth tip'd Cong, boots, Lanies' jr. am duskids,
Do calf Oxford ties.
Do morocco do.
lo calf wide strsrp shoes,
Do P. L. wide strap do,
Do goat slippers.
Do , fancy carpet slippers
Do cork soles, : '
Boys calf hoots, " .
Vouth's calf boot,'" " , ' "
Boys' calf brogans.
Youths' calf brogans.
Ladies' pat. cf. silk Congress,
Do plain do . do, '
- Do t Fr. kid slinpers.
Do cork soles,
M isses' goat lace boots,
Do P. L. lace do,
Do do buskins,
Do do .ankle ties.
Child's do do ' do.
Do .Fr. kid ' 4)0 do.
opera 'do do,
goat lace boots,
kid ' do.
' - Iron and sine shoe nails, shoe thread, pegs, etc.-108-tf
4 ' Lumber ! Lumber ! Y-v
AT THE OLD LIMBER TARD-Just re,;
celved, ex Fortuna, the best assortment of Eastern Lum
ber ever imported, consisting of
15,000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Ship Carpenters'
and Wheelwrights' use.
20,000 feet white pine sheathing boards. Inch thick. -15.000
feet yellow pine It to 1 inch plank, for heading and
steps. . - I
20,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed 00 one side.
6,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed on both
43,000 feet assorted dimension plank. It to 2 inch. 4 .f
100.000 best Arnostuk shaved cedar shingles. . ' y
25,000 best laths.
And a variety of building materials. ' . , -
C. II. LEWERS, Lumber Merchant. '
S7 Fort street. "
PIANOS! PIANOS I . PIANOS !
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
TURE OF . -
CHICKERING & CO., r
. , RAV EN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLAKK.
.The undersigned can' furnish superior toned instruments of
the above makers, through Mrasrs. Badger Si. Liadea
herger. Sols Agr.vts tor tn Pacific coast. -,
, Plans and styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf i C. A. at II F. POOR.
XT G A R. - . i .;'
MOLASSES, ; -
. ... . - a '- ' . ' ,
. " " . ' SYRUP,
'- ? r . ; -riov
' ! ' ' ' ' T ' EAST MAUI,
For sale by
t 1 1 . ' .
' CHA8. BREWER 2d.
GOAT SKINS, - J
Tallow, " ' - --
.- r 1 - . ; .. t t. - old copper and composition, and
-rf J - -. Wool, -''.'- '-j -
Wanted by the subscriber, for which the highest cash price
will be allowed by
46-tf - - CHA8. BREWER, 2d,
JCST RECEIVED, PER "MELITA," A
small invoice of Shoes, as follows s .
. Patent leather, glove ton. Congress Gaiters, , . '
Enameled Congress Gaiters, ' ' .
Enameled Brogans. "
107 tf For sale by , C A. A H. F.'POOR.
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. -
rifJHE SUBSCRIBER has for sale a lot of Blacksmith's
' M. . Tools, Mutable for plantations such as Anvils. Hammers,
Vices, Ac, at reduced prices. i.n'r.V'n.
iW-tf. . . HENRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
lTHITE CEDAR SHINGLES. .
fill OaTlaTl BEST SHAVED WHITE
jP IF a) 3 3 3 Cedar 6hingles, per Harriet Jes
sie," for7sale by rm-tf) - . C. II. LEWERS, Fort at.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOLJ R,
f V 0,VARTER-BBL TINS For sale by
r saie oy c
B. W. FIELD.
, '.. JUST RECEIVED ! v ; . - .
A SMALL QUA NT ITT OP PI7RE FINE
BRANDY, warranted superior to any in the market.
Also Cases genuine Hcstetters bitters. For sale by ,
- M-tf r i, s r : M 1 . ? 6PALDIKO.
RED WOOD. - ;
A SUPERIOR LOT OF BOARDS aae1 CLAP
BOARDS, for sale by
87f - ' C. H. LXWER8,
LD SAZERAC AND M ARTELIi EaAN-
Lr ay. an nana ocanty psia mr saw ty - ;
104-tf C. L. RICRARDH A CO
VERY EXTENSIV1S awjv
CONSISTING OF A
FURNITURE, - :
. ; manila g00ds.1
j GLASS WARE,
. EARTHEN WARE,
'PAINTS AND OILS,
" groceries,; J ':?.
sklP CHAN DLER Y ;
THE BEST ASSORTED
STOCK IN TOW!
TO BE SOLD REASONABLE, ;
; ' AT THE
IVcw Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
, OPPOSITE MAKES AND AJTTIION'S BLOCK..
m. i ttiTEMimsE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JCST RECEIVED PER MELITA,"
EffQLISU and AMERICAN GOODS- choice as
sortment. Also, per late arrivals, a urg quawy v.
Cheap Saddle, u
. Cheap Bridles, .
Saddlery Fixings, including whole Hides, Enameled Leather, and
furniture iur vsmas. . .
Silk Umbrellas, Linen Handkerchief,
. . 20 cases blue Cottons,
Bale heavy Ihmiins, Blankets,
35 cases Cair Brogans, Kip Brogans, Boots,
A good variety of English Shirts, Blue Shirts,' -Hats
of various styles.
Prints, new patterns, ' . ..
Steamboat Irons, Collins' Axes,
Silk Handkerchiefs, colirel and black,
' Pilot Costs, fine Kersey Pants, -
White Linen Punts, Moleskin Pants,
Cheap Pants, Satinet P.ints, Hickory 8Wrts,
Hosiery, Drawers and Undershirts, ;-
Black Lace Falls. -
Silk Velvet, Ribbons, hlack Silk Hdkfs,
Cambric Handkerchietis, ' ; v
Three-hoop Pails; . '.
Brown Cottons, brown Drills, blue Drills,
Willow Wagons and Basket Ware, -' .
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, Cutlery,
A ad at wery Large a anety ar ifltier oaaaa.
107-tf - JOHN THOMAS Y AIKRlll BIS.
New Goods, ex Bark " Melita."
XS. CODFISH; KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL;
Kits cod tongues, - . - , r .
Cases lard, in tins 10 lbs each, -
Corn meal. In tin.
Ground rice, in tins,
Carolina rice, in bbls, '
Boston smoked hams,
Crushed suar, - j . f
Ixiaf sugar, . , , ".,..
Water crackers, - ' ' --
Butter do, -
Ovster do, " '".'
Milk biscuits, '
' Oinger snaps,
At 8- BATIDGRS.
By the Agent Hudson Bay Company.
TINMAN'S IRON WIRE, assorted siies-, '
Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead
Black paint, green paint, Stockholm tar, pitch
Groceries, perfumery, statior.ery ; "
Sheathing copper, asorel sises J composition nails, do J
Anchors and chains, n t the lowest market rates
' Iron, assorted sises ; hair brushes, blue cloth caps ;
Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratline ; .
Assorted cordage, tarrel and Manila ' '
Stilton cheese, hams, Byuas' ale, sherry, port, brandy ; " '
Geueva sauce, preserved meats and vegetables J , -
Abernethy's biscuits, Leinann's biscuits. 1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY,
.including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
' . t - and harness. . . ..
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
'"Canvass of all Nos huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
. .,' Greeo.'bluo and white blankets j 1 -, ( 4 .
Long Cloth, various qualities ; madapolams ; ? iT? .". .
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, muslins ,
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill
Linen drill, cambric handerchiefs, silk do, book muslin ;
Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpaoca ; .
' ' Black princetta, ilo lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk ;
White silk, barege scurfs, broad cloth ;
Silk mantles, new styles ; cords and t;issela j
Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls 5
White vesting ( green, white, blue and amber Icnos
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege ; ' -Gold
lace, to 1 J inch ; combs, &c, Ac, Ac.
CANDLES, ia great variety. 82-tf
DESIRABLE ARTICLES ' ' i
SELDOM TO BE FOUND WHEN WANTED,
RAWING CARD BOARD, OF
rior quality. . - . - r - . 1 v
Portfolios letter, foolscap and larger sixes;
Cash Boxes, with keys; ' -'
Bristol Boards, small and extra large sises; '
' Quills, Toothpicks; . . '.'...,
Faber's superior Polygrade Drawing Pencils 4 In 1
each box equal to the best London pencils;
Manifold Letter Writers;
Children's Iudstructible Toy Books;
' ' ' India Rubber Pen Holders a new article; - j .
. 10 gross "The Jledallou" and "Franklyn" Pens.
I03-2m .1 ., Fojsaleby ; H. M M'HITNET.
SHIRTS I SHIRTS!
JUST RECEIVED PER FA NNr MAJOR
direct from tlie Manufacturer in New York.-a small invoice
of Davies A Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts . They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell thera 20 r cent less than former
prices. - It wants but a trial to convince any one of their uaeri
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
McCOLGAN & CAMPBELL.
100-tf TaUors, cor. King A Fort St.
JUST RECEIVED EX " MELITA."
FINE ASSORTMENT OF PAINTSAJVD
OILS 1 White Lead, pure, extra ami No. I, z
Zinc paint, Paris green, chroue green; .
. Verdigris, kegs Venltiau red, -
Kegs French yellow, chrome yellow la oil, '
' Tins Prussian blue, putty, , , ,
. , , WMU chalk and whiting, f 1 ; . 1
V .. Best boiled oil, 2d quality do, i
rtaw ana nunui oil, turpentine. r '.
For sale by., H. DIMOND.
JUST RECEIVED THE' GENEALOGI
cat Tree of our Savior drawn and hthoraDhe bv Wm
St. Maur Bingham.
For sale by;
: n. M..WHrrKy.
vi PATENT PENCIL SHARPENERS, -
CONSIDERED, AS INDISPENSABLE AS
a pocket knife. For sale by
itto-aai l . . ; . . h. mv- WBtTKmr.
COCO i NOT OIL. .
4FIRST-RATB ARTICLE FOR
in quantities to suit, at - . . w
108-tf . . i- ..GEO. C. MCLEAN'S STORE, Nuuanu st
JFJ?T RECEIVED FROM SAX PRABT
cisco, and fur sale by ,. M-tfl . B.'W. FIELD.
. OLD JAMAICA RUM!
'AND CHAMPAGNE! Assorted brands f.A-aWHfat
J:. Store of I9t-tfl; - - B.-W. FIELD.
TUE BEST BRANDS OF CHESAPEAKE
Oysters eonstantlv on hand, via . Nii 11 a r--
and LxBsc's. LeBrun'i are warranted suiwrlor to any in the
market. For sale bw (81n- C. A. a H. iiuih
nmVO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
- baaae and marble plate, lot saloons, common Looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and GobMeta
- 7 . - ' M
for sale by
II. HACKFELD A
TK.TIERCES BOSTON SVG AIUCCUEO
HAMS, ; - . '
tor sale by
- - CHA8. BRKWER, 3a.
' 1 ' ' i 11 1 l1 T it X
COOKING STOVES, AND ONE CABOOSE,
. For sale be i.-in
lalHaF .afPT V
'-" CHAR. BREWER, 9.
MMM AT HIS STORK
rt?r t. SRT.ECTED STOCK OF
v - ; ;
IPFERS FOR SALE, in lota to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, tne luiiowuig uenaaumK
Grey merino shirts,
White and grey merino drawers
Check linen shirts,
Calico ...,. ;
White L B shirts.
Blue flannel shirts.
Block and brown felt hats. .
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
White . " ...,
Brown drill, '
Women's whit cotton hose,
Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil sUk covers, white linen hau''.kerenJers.
Baals and Shoes.
Goat buskins, '
Calf Congress boots,
n'md leather Congress boots.
. Assorted plckk. half rals, -Gherkins,
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, in tin Son.
. Saaerlar Black Tra.
Water and butter crackers, 8od a, oyster and sugar crackers,
Xaval Sfarea. .
Chain cables, 'v. Rma ia cordage, assorted sixes,
Manila whale line, Afanila cordage, assorted sises,
Sail needles. Cut nails, lanterns.
Paint oil, turpentine, Composition nails,
Pura and extra white lead. Copper boat nails.
1 French bedstead, . '
Jute mats, , i
Iron bet Wteads,
Solar side lamps , . ' t
Crowbars, . , ..
Cork Screws,. .... .
Curry combs, '
Drab office chairs, - -
Coach wrenches, -'
Nos I and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Walnut can- seat chairs,
Sheaths and belts,
Bingham buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting,
Swria saad Polar Oil. fcc Ac. '- ', " '-
1 Brewa'a Wbalias; Gaa aad Iroaa.
Iadia Rabker Hooe. hfiaehaad 1 latch,
Braa Hose Pipes, Lead Pipe.
fcc, 'Ait. kc 3-tf
KITSO. Sc HART,
- DUUM IS ''
WINES AND '..SPIRITS,--
AT THE OLD WINE STORE, under A. J.
CartwrU'ht's, offer for sat: s - .
. Brandy in kegs and barrels) '
. Brandy, Martell's; "
Brandy, L'niied Vineyard Proprietors!
Brandy, Saserac; '.
Ruin io keg; . .
Jamaica Rum in Cages;
, Genuine old Scotch whisky, in 1 do cases;
Monongahela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
' - Fine old Monongahtla whisky, in one dos cases,
- . Hollands glu In eases; -' .
, ' - 8cheidara gin in cases; . .
. Wolfe's ScheMara schnapps; -".
' Hostetter's bitters; -
Buker's bitters; , y . ' '
Btough ton's bitters; ' .
Clarets of different brands; ... - ... '
. . Hockheimerj .
' , Saaterne; ........
' - Champagne, plrts Snd quarts, different brands;
Sherries, pale and brown; . - L f - :
. . Fine old port; i. '. ', . ,
Byass' and other brands of ale; , '.
f ' Porter; ' ...
. . Liqueurs. . " . ' " ""'
Ship Stores, daty free. - 7
UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
' " TO A RRIVE"-t- -
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
4 p o n tsnv j;'
WniCIl SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL
May 13th, 1858, consisting of , , , ; .
-; t ; .? Dry Goods.. - vf ;
Bales fancy prints, bales musiin, a complete assortment blankets;
Alpaccas, plaids, figured lustres, Orleans, Brussels carpet;
Velvet carpets, black doeskin, velvet ruga, 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 shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment of clothing, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, Silk thread, assorted men's and women's shoes;
Kwfini jackets, pilot coats and trowsers. fancy drills;
i White sheeting, brown uol lands, linen cambric handkerchiefs;
' .... -. . 1 1 1 1 . 1; . 1. 1 .
V nil uamasK taoie covers, nucaaoacs rowrung. wune w iu.
Shirtings, madapolams, grey d .mesdes, fi ne and good white calics.
! " Sundries. " " . -t'
Mtopjrice, . ' .
- Casks bottled ale and porter,
Hhds draught ale, . -x "., .. .
-- . . Crates eartlienware, , . , - ,
" Cases fancy biscuits, "v : " "
An invoice of Roskilfs English watches.
6 tons fencing wire, 1 v .
' . 9 small iron safes, - ' ' - .
' 2 copying presses, "'".'
: Assorted hoop iron.
Assorted round and square Iron; , . ' '
20 boxes IX tin plates, .
. 0 sheets lead, . . .'
1 s ' Jtoglish white lead, paints and oil. i f ;
Also expected via San Francisco:
Serge and flannel shirts, .
Assorted cloths, " . ,
Corah handkerchiefs. . ".
' On Hand: '
Liverpool and St thea salt, '
. . English groceries, pie fruits, picklea,- , . v .
"... English brown soap, .v'
. . Elates and fire bricks, . ' ' .
.v - Anchors and chains, !.
- , - . Saddlery, etc., etc
And a very varied assortment of TVry Goods and Sundries.
TT An invoice of NEW GOODS is expectel shortly f om Ban
Francisco..; lOd-tf . ROBERT C. JASI0N. .
HONOLULU ROYAL ARtn CHAPTER,
A , " - ; UNDER. DISPENSATION OF TnB ,
GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF
UNITEI STATES OF AMERICA,
Will hold the Regular Meetings on the' third Thursday of
every month, at the jlaU of the Isdge,
bt Progres de rOceanlea ,
- . . ', Per order, " '. t
Honolulu, Sept. S. ; . (63-tf) - - n. P.
. .ICE ! ICE! .
--PER 4"1QUNTAIN""WATJ; "L?
A sflsf a TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,"
rSrVT J 18 patent Britannia Ice litchers.
3 Silver Plated Ice Pitchers.. .
18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sizes,
! r- ! 12 rpriglit do v . do'do,
- 10 Tank - . do . ' : (for Hotels,) - . ' ' . i
8 dsen Patent Ice Cream Freesers, asa'd sises, '
18 Water Coolers.
' 24 Ice Cream Moulds - -. ';
Th above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, are expected about the 20th of September, and are of
fcred for sale by the HONOLULU ICE CO.' - ' -
113-tf - .. C. H. LEWERS, Proprietor.
- ' notice! ..
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to the Honolulu publio the following, on the most
' In any quantity, for building snd other rmrposee. at so much
each. . In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Stops and Doer or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface cut out ia any sise to suit. -Lisa.
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Hide, Saeeawklaa, Tlaraa. ace -
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J. L DOWSJETTs
;i. .SUPERIOR .CHAMPAGNE,, c-
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, "B R U C H,
Foucher A Co.; pale sherry, hoek, clarets of dflTerent
bramls. French Hquenrs, (assorted,) Swias absynthe, Hamborgh
bitters, fruit syrups, (assorted,) cherry cordial, raspberry vin
egar, gin, real Hollands, dark and pale brandy, schnapps, pale
ate. For sale by l-f - . KRUUi k MOLL.'
BALVS -REFINED HESSI A AND
M . Liverpool
Kock Salt to arrive In SeutemW. m
Harburg." Apply to v , -;:.
! 10T-U ED. H0FFSCHLAEOER tt STAPEXHORST. "
; , FOUR DRUMS CODFISH. .
A DRUMS SUPERIOR CODFISH Ea MTan
iwr kee," for sale by lS4-tf 0. L. RICHARDS A CO. -
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KEGS HIDE POISON.
i . - For sale by. " t r
- ' ; CHA8. niWtaVft.'
EAU-DE COLOGNE, In chara. bottsss, do eigM-eor-ner
bottles, Lubin's extract, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum. etc., etc ... . .. - . . .
!', it'!., s . s .- . woe aaa wy. ' lr-
- . . , H. HACKFELD.
... JUST. RECEIVED FROM EUROPE.
GENUINE FARINA COLOG NE WATER
Fur sale by 1 104-tf 1 '. , E. HOFFMANN.
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JhAK BOATS, IO, II, It. IS Ax
s-." . - sorsawn;
C. X. KICnARDs?
efr-?- SALE a cosZ''
' Naval Starea.' '
- . ' PraviaU.,,
Kegs tongues and sounds,
i, Kegs mackerel, boxes eodRih, boxa !
aud boxes nitint, box.-, pZ
- . Boxes Bristol brtek, vemiceUL iaS'vf
Bbls. Id eider vinegar, eis,Jk
' - Cases green corn, sausage meat, minc t
, Cases Lobster, raspberry Jam, atftx ' H
- . Cases strawberry Jam, cranberry W I
Cases apple marmalade, peaches, com,
Cases strained booey, apple sauce tmlA '
: Cses cheese, Mmabies, tomato kttchnT
Cases pepper sauce, assorted hum T i
. &egs spin fpra wniw Deans, '
Keg easvm imuer, cranberries,
' . - Boxes sserat as, soda, cream tartar
1- . Boxes ground pepp -r, allfpice, clotj.
Boxes cassia, ginger, mustard. '
- Half bbls dried apples, crashed innrk. -Baskets
olive oil, Carolina rice. 'Il
: - " ' Cases water, soda, butter and tngtr fn
. ' , Cases ginger snaps, Jenny Lind -ak I
Cases brandy peaches, brandy etrrw f
Cases assorted pie fraits, assorted
. Cases oysters, pickles, sardines, praZr1 '
Cheat tea, kegs pickles, - rT-
Caaes yeast powders, pineapple, lraa-J -
ILl UnmMA nil ' I tT - T1 ''
Cans boiled Unseed oil,
. French yellow, , ;. ;
" " Prussian bine,
' ' Chrome green, .
' ' Varnish,
Casks composition nails,
Coils Manila rope, ass'd sizes,
Tarred rope, '
' Whale linej
Signal halyards, "
Bbls. pilot bread, ' .
Bates osW t
W lion, I -alhs;
Cotua cut r I
Priire pork, i " ,
Octaves fine brandy, In bond;
Kegs old Bacerae brandy, In bond;
Kegs Otard, Dupuy A Co. brandy, ia W i I
Bbls old Magnolia whisky, in bond;
Kegs old Magnolia whisky, ia band;
Kegs old Bourbon whisky, in bond;
. - Cases Geneva gin. tn bond;
Fine Port wine, expressly for (unflya, f-
1!.. HhiT Stu. 4
Fine Claret, f i
. Cases ale apd porter. Bitten,
Baskets champagne,., veiogoou
Honolulu, Sept. 9. I &8.
' FRKSH PROVISION!'
At S.AM.: S A VID,
KING STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL E
TtTKTESTPHALIA HAMS, SM0KB
VW Sugar-cured Hams. Fresh Urn.
Fresh Butter, French (roia.,r3
Salted Butter, -Smoked
English Dairy Cheese, '
Calif rnia Cream Cheese, .
French Dutuit -Fn-nch
Sanliuet, nni i ; .
Salad Oil, t
Lamp Oil, K
Curry Povfcr, S
Cayenne rVpte '
Light Brown 8agar, .
Crushed Loaf Sugar,
Carolina Rice, -Chiua
' ' Split Peas,
Scotch Oatmeal, ,
Arrowroot, ' '
' Neapoliuu Vermicelli, .
' " Superfloe Flour,
Fresh Corn Meal. .
. White Beans,
'Dried Apples, . "V
Assnrtetl Meats and Soups,
Fresh Oysters, '
Fresh Lobsters, . .
Assorted English Fruits,
Assorted English Jams,
' Assorted English Jellies.
Assorted English Sauces,
Assorted English Pickles,
' English Green Peas, .
, French Green Peaa,
1 White Wlue Vinegar,
, Malt Vinegar
- Fresh Peaches, In Una, ,
Fine IMuot Ta
Fine Sourb.(, I
Fine Ones la I
Assoneu i nnri
Assorted Bote j
Fine Table U,
Crram Tartar, I
Corn gtarrh, I
Fresh Quinces, in tins,
K Mated Cmfrr, parLe.
far sates 1 sr.
A SMALL INVOICE OF TBI
celebrated Bitters, just received per "
fursaWby 108-tfI C. L. RRHW
V PAPER !
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRITif
Ml M.am. wrMtm nilnil - n n.mr 1
SO reams blue unruled cap paper,''
20 reams white and blue ruled naif.
. ' ISO reams aasorted qualities blue roW rj
100 reams assorted qualities white raWfl
,-60 reams white, blue and plain now ng
' 12S reams' various qua lilies twix Freorb, tf1-'
tcan letter and flatoap papers.
For sale chess w
3-tr . H.a.1
. FOR SALE BV
OCKS. SA ITTERNES A XD Ci
of various braivlsand qualities;
Champagne. Cherry Conlialt;
Very superior Sherries;
Fine old put;
Old Jamaica Rum. a superior artielr.
Hollands Gin, In one dosen ami larftaa
Old Tom, Monongahela Whlctv;
Brandies, Bitters, etc etc.
FAMILY COOKING STO'
ALTOGETHER SfPFRtOR V
Xher kind imp-rtM ; BAY STATE arHjf
TAIN STATF. STOVFl. Nos. 0, 1.2.S,'W'
shins f Syren" and Mountain Wave. U n
,Vf ANC1IOR9 AND CHtf
aTEW ENGLISH ANCHORS.'1,
ial to 2200 pound; 'f
Near English Stud and Shackle Chain Oat"-1 J
84-tf - Tor sate hr A 1
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTJI
Sr-atl 17 XT' 1 1 7IT IV TIV Pi",
sT leadl drv mt t- Tellow ochre in ! '" J
gris, chrome and Pans green, au-iye
knl oil hirrwnflne-. ensrh. wliil and C'' or
ver laf. nmber, veni-tia red in oil, r,!rt J,
gfci'sa and putty, on hand and to arrive. ff .
1 TBtN'S EXTRACTS. I-T
Wjd ler, Rimrael's Extrncts, Prsmnim -
Perfumes, etc. A small Invofn- of the a1"" ,
,or sale low to close, ly (114-4f .
TIE StTBSCRIBBR J""
best Hawaiian Reef, packed In Turt' i 1
ited, under the supervision of Jam i
BRICKS ! BRICKS'
R LE 3 4 .OOO C EH . "
ive In Sentinher. per
FRaHE CARfJO OF TUB L'
JaL "Alexandra Oarrig.xi,'' coniMi"f.
... - .350 insStra"l .
V ' I r l taa Sails-", g
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FINE WHITE SHIR''
riiac nnnu .f
dpi thTOKH FINE WHITE "
ay nnaoms, collars and mawwi , t
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Honolulu. Jule 1.
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On hand, extra Cloth, Ball, Cues, U
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iGi per " Yankee," toraale by fjff
4R JOIST hard. Pine Plan
Vfr us a men,. -
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T7ELLOW PINK I 1-lA"V.1
1 Tocgued and grooved naaii,
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