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rater on jast enough to cover the grtmnd, and
L wm impart warmth sufficient to the water
foe mad to sprout the grain in a few days. When
Cain is swelled ready to sprout, say in three or
(days, draw off the water. Soon the young shoots
appear abore the ground. Let them shoot up to
ght of six or seven inches, and then let the water"
lain, but never so much as to cover the plant,
Cse that would kill it. As the rice advances in
Cb, increase the water in height. When the rice
Vs to bloom it is well if the water can be so high
immerse half the stem.
lose old kalo patches are generally very trouhle-
aaaatic weeas. snouia suen Decome too
L plentiful, they should either be pulled
C offsnd the1 rice land laid dry for a few days.
knit of hoeing; but this should always be done
L the rice is in 'tight barrel," that is, before the
shoots out in which the ear is wrapped. Should
weeds run up with the rice during the first
those can be totally exterminated before the
'd crop is sown, because the rice ripens earlier as
eeds run to seed.
t whole labor attendant on the culture of rice
its therefore in preparing the mud clean from
i, sowing the seed, letting the water on for three
ir d-ijs, then drawing oflT the water until the
, are six or seven inches high, and after that
30 the water constantly till the grain begins to
iu- when the land is laid dry for harvesting.
f . iIim. mnnftka
ripens in a umc wuw
I .-li.rta fhni this mil.t tA tnii n1
iouki answer j.u- v
experiments) to sow the first crop in the be
c of February. This would bring on the
time about the end of April or beginning of
and past the equinoctial storms and gales
rw T lukliv rft nnlv fl.n (rep
in CMJOm uuk . . , j
Jch rice is exposed in this country. Harvest the
kid sow the second crop about the middle of
this would bring on the second harvest during
Iter end of August and in advance of theSeptem-
Les, and then plant the ground either in white
which would ripen in the ena or uctooer or
ing of November, or in sweet potatoes, which
be fit to dry before the close of the season. In
Lnner one and the same ground would produce
rops in the course of a year, and add to the ad.
Ves of a judicious rotation, also the following :
Ci.ttic weed which might have introduced them-
luring the cultivation of the rice would be ex
ited by the cultivation of dry crops, and the
springing up during dry cultivation would
lie under the inundation. It is very likely
Vber one or the other rice crop may not succeed
1st rate manner, but, even if so, the loss of ac-
Ibor is but very little, the loss of the water not
unte-1 and the risk of losing from fifty to sixty
i of seed per acre is but trifling, in comparison
ie probable gain of from three to four thousand
lough I run in vnger of burthening you with
r lengthy epistle, I think it nevertheless neces-
AiIJ a few explanatory remarks,
is cultivated by sowing the seed broad-cast or
I out I bave tried both ways, but prefer the
r many good reasons, although the latter
produces a thriftier stock, more shoots and
ears, it is aiao not a general practice toaraw
iter from the plant till it is six or seven inches
at I prefer doing so, because the young stem
Vs. from the exooeure to the air and sun. more
lb and firmness, is not apt to bend under its
V'.zht, an advantage not to be overlooked in a
V where storms or at least heavy winds are
pgard to sowing I would also mention that the
Vl is apt to float on the surface of the little pud-
water, but a string tied to each end of a com-
kud and the board drawn over the soft mud
pas on the seed sufficiently. Rice may be sown
water, but then the seed must be soaked a few
rtvious to sowing, when it will sink lmmedi-
Either mode of sowing I leave to your choice.
1 1 myself prefer to sow the dry grain, because
la more evenly than the wet.
irxrii the threshing out of the grain, this is a
bple process. Takeany large dry goods box.
Id it in a slanting direction from the top to the
of the opposite side a sort of ladder, made out
sticks, and nailed about four or five inches
tie a mat around the three sides of the box as
pove the box as it will stand, take a good hand
lie rice straw and strike the ears three times
ladder, and the grain will fill into the box by
ts of as clean threshing as any machine can
e hand can in this way thresh faster than
la can eat, and the advantage of this mode
the box can be moved to the field when the
og is going on. In regard to the process of
the rice I would mention that this can be done
ng the grain between two boards, by the old
VI M. ssissippi wooden mortar and pestle and
r"jn woman alongside, or by a hand-mill, or
tie best way would be the flour mill, if the
V raised were large.
pri to the straw and chaff 1 would say to the
It of rice, don't f iriret to return to the
what you don't want, but what the ground
ntually need. Strew the first on the ground
n it, and strew the latter on the ground and
Altbongh it is said that rice is not an ex-
r crop, and although it stands to reason that
running water holds in solution the neces-
p for tbe growing plant, it is nevertheless but
ptura to the soil tbe large amount of silica.
e stem requires. I believe that rice is the
Stable and the mont ture crop on these isl-
the wfer effectually defends it from cut-
I caterpillar, it is not liable to rust and
i I believe cattle won't invade a rice field as
ft w at hand, at least neither oxen, cows
t niffht and riar.
I thus answer the many inquiries made in
IP rice culture, aa much as lies in my humble
beg your pardon, Mr. Editor, for this rather
rticle, and only will add the fervent wish
ther year may have either expunged the ar- .
rice from the list of imports in the custom
latistics or, better still, have it transferred
page of imports t? that of exports.
Tours, &c, H.
UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
Wninted by tbe Hon. J. Wight, Local Circuit Jodgr,
p District, Hawaii, as Administrator with probate of
V sf tbe Estate of James Fay, late of Waimea, II-
r: nereny given to ail persona having demands
P1 MUte to present the same to the nndersirned at
fJ Miw the 1st day of December next, and all per-
r w we same are berebr renuested to make imme-
raA. o. r. i.iwnsKv
S- Hawaii, Sept. 30, ISM. 120-3t
ted Administrator on tbe Estate of John Reed, lata
oweased, respectfully notifies all parties having
" ad estate, to send In the same 00 or before the
"jr ext; and an persons indebted, to make pay-
f-'"T- J. W. MARS Jo,
O. 8, 185S. (120-4t) Adm'ron Estate of Jno. Reed.
kRP A T ww ft w . ww . v ww . w m n w
leeptednpoathe following terms, vis: Race, half
t" weights upon the old Waikiki Course, Ho
T WO half forfeit. Any horse from Hawaii will be
r the event of his defeat; or, if tbe match is made
receive $100 before be starts, to pay bis ex
Ufe BndeniraMt wtn M .nv hmi from Hawaii in
J distance, for $500 to $300 ! JOE 8M ART,
aeara of at the Black Horse Uocel, uocxHaia.
pE IS HEREBT GIVEN THAT THE
acgular Utin J thi. eirAmr win Im Ixild ott next
Mag. at 8 o'clock. a t)u TT.n arwr Dr. MrKibbin's
r? Queen street. Resident and transient Bivthers
W mrited to attend. Per order X. G. H. 120-1
?f IN EXCHANGE FOR LUMBER.
C. A. A H. F. POOR, ..
!IOR LOT, IN HALF BOXES. FOB
i V. A. k H. F. POOR.
FOX 4A nr.BT! a rjMVTt mrrrivni
I by fraMfl C. A. k H- F. FuOR.
RXIA nvinv. wr vanw-v v a.
, The Gekat Cook Di5. AIus Soyer, the treat
. -ine wine, oranay, cigars and tobacco, imported I
into the United States last year, cost SI 1.934.868.
The. , wa7 line f steamers were becoming favor-
j.m iiie peopie. rre rrince Albert made the
run from Gal way to Cape Race in the incredible short
wu ui 8ix oays ana a little over eleven hours !
ffm . m-r -wa . -
me mew lied ford Mercury states that eight whalinir
- """u w iuu port, me nrsi ween in August.
Only five of the number made paying voyages, whilst
me owners win lose not less than 85,000.
Singular Instance or Spontaneous Combustion
at Sea. The London Time published an account
of a fire on 8b.iDboa.rd. eansmi hv Hiiit..
rf -V: " . . y -t-.-l.WMO
' J - LVUMllJWUa
C hand, if this can be done, or the water may be "IZZ -1 r T-P'
macniniosDea. Shipmasters, and others interested
vuu w new hi uisav a note 01 uus lact. -
The Journal of Commerce sava thut it. AAtnnanw
which was formed last Tear for tha r.nnw. r STZ
i:..: t us . .. -
euiuK tcicKrapDio communication hoivMn
or Cuba and the American continent, have completed
their preliminary arrangements, and are resolved to
commence tne work immediately.
Pkbsohai David Dudley Field of New TorV ln
lonns tne eaitor or tbe Hartford Pru that hi.
orotner, cyrus w. t leld, was born in Stockbridee.
aiass.. in 1819. 80 the noble trio. Franklin, Morse
ana x ieia, were Dorn in tne Uia liay State.
The New Bedford Standard understand that
teen young men, recent graduates from school, have
amvea mere witnin a lew days rroin Syracuse, N. Y.,
all of whom are going to ship in tbe same vessel the
Othello, Captain Kilmer, for the North
1 - -
Two thousand troops, eauiroed with the
tive arms known to the army we learn, says Forney's
Preu, will soon be in the Territories nf Wi,;n-
and Oregon, and make a vigorous fall and winter cam-
paign against tne hostile ladians. General Harney
will command the operations. The General ha hoon
summoned to Washington to consult with th w-
A Noblk Act Haxdsoxelt Acknowledged. The
United States government has awarded to Charles A.
Ferguson, owner of the ship Herefordshire, of Lon
don, the Bum of $2,574 for detention and expenses
incurred by that vessel in rescuing the passengers
and crew of the ship JoAn Gilpin, wrecked off Cape
Horn, and taking them to Bahia; also, to Captain
1 nomas s. aoott, commander of the II., a service of
suver piate, consisting of six pieces, for his noble
conduct on that occasion.
Mr. Cronin. who arrived at SL Louis on th RK
August, from Albuquerque, reports passing three
hundred and seventy-five mounted men, thoroughly
va me rawnee iora or tne Arkansas Kiver,
en route to assist Gen. Walker in Sonora. Mr. Cronin
1 1 a. Wa W .a . n . ... w ,
xemmeu at x.i raso mat uen. alter passel through
a short time previous with eight hundred mounted
men, armed with Minnie rifles and Colt's revolvers,
with a train of eighteen cannon. Mr. Cronin also
met from ten to twenty thousand Indians in the
Pawnee fork, receiving annuities from CoL Burt
JoH.t Dkam asd bis Mart Ash. A New York
correspondent of the Boston Gazette writes :
. You remember the story about "John Dean and
L! ft f a . 1 r 1 . ...
uw oxary aun luokerj poor gin, her romance is
converted into a miserable reality. He, as I stated
some time since, is a marker in the custom-house,
and they now occupy the second floor of a house over
& corner grocery on Second and South Third streets,
Williamsburg, surrounded by tumbled down shanties
and beggarly looking tenement houses. The only
sign of refinement in the apartment is a piano, which
the young lady continually strums upon, to the great
annoyance of her neighbors; for, truth to say, she is
by no means a Thai berg.
Ports Opes to Foreign Trade Official inform
ation has been received at the State Department to
the effect that the ports of Anieo. Bantam. Indramia.
Jo, Chevison, Fayal, Pekalongan, Rembaug, Pas
soerean, Probolingo, Begoekie, Panazoekan, Banioe
wanjie, Pangool, Qjtatijap, and Wynkoopsbaai, in the
Island of Java; tbe ports of Natal and Priaman in
the Island of Sumatra; and the port of Sampit, in
Borneo, wiU be open to foreign trade on and after the
31st of May next It must be confessed that some of
these names are jaw breakers; and if American sea
men ever hnd themselves in (jjtatijap they wul not
be able to tell where they are.
British Possessory Rights. We learn from the
Washington correspondence of the New York Journal
of Commerce that renewed propositions are made to
our government for the extinguishment of tbe British
" possessory rights" south of the parallel of 49. In
the propositions formerly made by tbe agent of the
British companies interested, a million of dollars was
asked for their property and rights. Gov. Stevens,
of Washington Territory, two years ago, made an
elaborate report on the subject, in which he valued
the property of the com nan v at S 300.000. Lord
Napier has now, by way of compromise, proposed the
sum of 8600,000 Boston Journal.
d. c. Wars. J. C. HI BRILL
ITIcRUEil & MERRILL,
lUOTIONEE JFL J9,
AGENTS OF THE
Rrtalar Dispaleh Liae af Haaelala Packets,
Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other exchange, in
surance of merchandise ami specie under open policies, supply
ing whaleships, charteriDg ships, etc
47 aad 49 Califwraia at reft. 120-tf
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A. S. & M. S. CRINDAUM,
t . nt . in Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps
Boots and Shoes, ar.d every variety of Gentlemen's Superior
Furnishing Goods. Wore, corner of Fort and Merchant sts., ,
W. N. LADD,
Dealer to Hadwab, CctlibT,
AJ" BUM VW"T aa r ,
Toou and Aoaictri-TcaAi. Imm-kjusxts, Fort street. Mono-
CHAS. BREWER, 2d,
Agent for the BREWER rLANTATIOV, Honolulu.
HAVEN'S DUCK,- Ac.
irtiT a vn nr.ivr kawmhs wsm.,
. . nrpir
Rockport Cotton Duck,
U. 8. Pilot Duck,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2.
C1PRCCE AND PINE LATHS
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
OAK BOATS, Ac
S OF OAK BOATS on haud, and to arrive,
jror sale Dy
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
- HIDE POISON.
KEGS, of 21 gallons each, fr sale by
119-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CLAPBOAKDS AND LATHS.
-BTYlin riUFT.V DREssKU tnAl-buanisi
aT Pine Laths, per "Mountain Ware."
112-tf C. H. LEWERS. Fort street.
a . -am - ft nnT1s
vmXPD VlVHl'.l- 1.1 iT ' ft w
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
JL For sale by
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported -tor sale by . . T. . M
JUST RECEIVED BY "CANDACE."
ESTPHALIA HAMS. RAISINS IN
and half boxes. Currants in small jars, ai
H6tr SAM. tiUwiA
IAN FRANCISCO BUTTER, WATER,
I Ha car. Picnic and Soda Crackers and Jenny Lind Cakes,
per u Yankee," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
OaTksfa BOXES, 8 LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
OUU White Soap, per - Yankee ,' fcrMleby
V Mdm, AM "W U dm, mwt A0 VT
j SUGARS. . . . ' '
BOXES CRUSHED SUGAR,
Half bbls. Crushed Sugar,
11. 1 khU Coffiw Craahad Sucar.
tv. a,- FmiiiiM Bimr Reflnerv. ner u T'.kee,m for
mthe following rooms and of-
Ffj t fices in the FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING, coroer of
f Kaahusaanu and Queen streets, vis .
The second floor, at pn-aent occupied by D. C Waterman k Co.
i"0" floor, over the office of Mean. C. A. k H. V. Poor,
The office on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1600
Possession given Immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
-118-tf . - CHAS. BREWER, 2p.
FIRE PROOF. STORE TO LET.
THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS TIRE
rroof Store, on Kabumana street, lately occupied by
Messrs. Krall k MoU
Terms moderate. Possession
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
given immediately Apple to
119-tf " -
;:, CHAIRS.! CHAIRS 1 1
ft ST RECEIVED per K Toons; Greek," from Boston,
wm ma assortment 01 unalrs, consisting
Bay Bute office. Ladies' Dining, Wood Seat office,
oaiumore uane, Latayeae do.
Ball Top Grecian Gold Stripe, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking. Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
Cane Back Norse, Wood Seat, Children's Rocking,
Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, Ac, Ac, Ac,
Tor sale by
119-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THE PUBLIC IS INFORMED THAT AVE
hare a large and extremely well asiwrted stock of LUMBER
in Yard, to which additions will be made by vessels shortly ex
pected, and can offer advantages to purchasers not to be found
elsewhere in the city. Please call before purchasing.
C. A. h H. y. POOR.
Warren's Water and Fireproof Roofs.
AGENT POR THE NEW ENGLAND ROOK
ING COMPANY Has received an Invoice of .
Roofing Materials per "Young Greek,
ICTAnd U now prepared to supply those desiring to purchase.
Sugar and Molasses,
CHAS. BREWER, 2d,
M.' For sale by
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf J
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by (119-11) CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
W II I FFLETREES, CHAINS, fee.
SETS SUP. Will FFLETREES Sc CHAINS,
Extra sized Harrows,
fnr sale bv
1 l-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
WHALE LINE, A; p.
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLANK, e.
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
rk HAND, and to arrive, per "Syren,"
uP Bars refined Iron,
Bundles Nail Rods.
Bundles Norway Shapes,
For sale hr
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
nUNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
Rivets, daily expected per clipper ship
For sale ny
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BLACKSMITHS' BELLOWS, large siie, to ar
rive per "Syren," For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BRLS. BEST IIAXALL FLOUR,
daily expected per clipper ship "Syren,"
For sale by
- CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
"tLTELLO W M ET A L H E ATI! I NG, asat'd mess ,
JI Own position Nails, from the manufactory of
& Co, For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scales.
All sizes of the above for sale by
B. W. FIELD.
I HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSONS
trusting my wife Kaaua, as I will pay no debts of her con
tracting. PETER FREEMAN.
Hilo, Ang. 21, 1858. 119-2t-
USE OF INSTRUMENTS, LUNAR OB
serrations, and every branch necessary for an accomplished
Navigator, taught in the most thorough aud practical manner,
by DANIEL SMITH,
119-3m Residence, Kukui street, opposite Mr. Lewers.
IASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
44 Meats, .
Brandy Fruits, daily expected to arrive per clipper
ship Syren," For sale by
119-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
" BREAD ! X
HOURLY EXPECTED per "Syren,"
50 Casks Bread, in whalemen's casks,
100 Brts Bread,
100 Cans Wafer Bread, a new and superior article
For sale by
ll-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2p.
tm Flannel and Hickory Shirts, to arrive per clipper ship
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2t.
IIRE PROOF PAINT.
Kaolin, 10 brls of each.
to arrive per clipper ship Syren," for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2n.
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON Na. 1 CRUSH
Half boxes East Boston Granulated Sugar,
u u Loaf Sugar, hourly expected to arrive per clipper
ship Syren," for sale by
19-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
YELLOW METAL.COMPOSITION NAILS.
CASES YELLOW METAL, assorted sixes;
30 boxes composition nails;
50 kegs do do.
119tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
HOOP IRON. Ac.
HOOP IRON. SMALL SIZES!
Rivets, small sixes.
H94f For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
Mj for sale by
(119-tf) CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
1 FkCi ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FEL
1J t a new article, tor sale by '
U9-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TN SMALL BALES, best quality,
to arrive soon per
X clipper ship " syren," ior saie oy
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BOILER AND SHEET IRON for sate, to arrive
shortly per "Syren," by - - '
, hsmx CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
COOPERS PUNCHING MACHINES.
COOPERS PUNCHING MACHINES.
Coopers' Truss Hoops, hourly expected per clipper ship
"8 wen," - For sale by
119-tf - ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FORCE PUMPS, assorted sixes, latest patterns, with
hose and fixtures complete, hourly expected per clipper
hip "Syren," For sale by
119-tX - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
II with Harness complete, for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
HOURLY EXPECTED, PER "SYREN."
ASES ENAMELED CLOTH, .
Harness and Basset Leather,
Children's Carriages, various patterns, for tele by ' i r
liStf - CHAS. BREWER, 2d. '
COILS, assorted sixes, made to order, dally ex
pected per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
NAILS. , -
CASKS, assarted siaes, to arrive per " Syren,"
- r , For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
mil REE 5 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, to arrive
riT a-TASKS arTP. OIL CLOTH.
Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ABOVE
named Society, for the Election of Officers, will be held on
tne -na or uctooer isos, at the uourt House in Honolulu, at 11
o-cioric, A. M. -
A ran and punctual attendance of all voting members is 1
By order or the Board or Managers. JB. O. HALL,
118tt Recording Secretary.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED would can the ATTCmos of
JL of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
U nnmMa.:.! ft A.,m1 .i M Mnflnv Hffin.
Post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
style ana-soltness 01 tone, cannot ne ezceiiea. .
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals. A-c, be
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements. -
XT Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Bobber, Ac, ana wamuitea to give enure sausacuon. ..
n. a. Tne fuoiic are invited to can ana examine specimens.
litf-tr w. r. nun land, Artist.
E7" NOTICE .
NEW LUMBER" YARD.
PT1HE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
JL the public that they bave opened a
ON THE MANISI PREMISES,
Corner of Manna Kea and Marine Streets
Where will be found the best assortment of LUMBER ever
brought to Honolulu, vis .
1 inch Fir Boards,
i do do do,
1 do do Flooring.
Fir ScaBlling, a cMi aaaortnseat, tint
2x3, 2x4, 3x4, 3x3, 4x4, 4x8.
White Cedar Boards, frwaa Part Orfard,
Admitted to be far superior to Easteni pine for carpenters' and
joiners use, and also lor boat bourns, comprising
1 inch Boards, extra clear,
i do do do ' do,
i do do do do,
' 1 do do rough.
Fur sale at crkatly kkuiceo pricbs, by
ll-tr v. a. k 11 r. ruus.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
milE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
J. from Boston, by the YOUNG GREEK, an additiou to his
large and desirable stock of
Hardware and Cutlery !
Comprising the following articles : Folding harrows, cant steel
D handled garden spades, long nanuiea an, cast steel shovels,
saunre and round point: potato diggers, bog hoes, glue, whiting.
garden shears, bush hooks, steel sledge hammers, charcoal irons,
A large assortment of pocket knives, cocoa handle knives, 6 to
12 inches; knives and lorks.
. Tools, fcc.
C roes-cut saws, wood saws with frames complete, blacksmith's
screw plates, dowelling bits, gouges, plumbs and levels, black
smith's vises, wooden bench screws, bodkins, scratch awls,
cooper's chifiels, grindstones of assorted weights, awl and plane
handles, brass dividers and compasses, boxwood rules, coppering
punches, box chisels, mallets, flies and rasps of superior quality,
Cords and Twines.
Hemp and Manila cords and lines, cotton do, seine twine, cot
ton and linen wrapping twines, fish lines, all sizes and qualities.
Fine lath nails,
Heavy T hinges,
Improved gate hinges,
Upright rim locks,
Night latches, 2 to 6 keys,
Brass and iron padlocks.
Improved blind butts.
Store door locks.
Colt's revolvers, extra nipples for Colt's revolvers, India rub
ber curry combs, large and small paint brushes, powder flasks,
measuring tapes, bottling wire, halter and trace chains, emery,
cloth and paper; roller buckl -s, breeching rings, rat traps, allia-
ta spoons, charcoal furnaces, gridirons, washboards, Ded screws,
wrapping paper, petticoat lamps, tinned spurs, wallle irons, etc
AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED :
IOO ENGLISH AND FRENCH GOLD
and Silver WATCHES, consisting of
GOLD ANCHOR LEVERS,
(Winding end setting hands on the handle.)
GOLD AND SILVER DUPLEX, ANCHOR LEVER
AND D1ABLOTINE WATCHES.
These roods having come direct from Europe, and there being
no third or fourth hand charges on them, they will therefore be
sold at very moderate prices, by
US-3t U. liANUiz, Fort street.
E. J. SMITH.
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
iBEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFF THE
public that be is now prepared to furnish all kinds
of COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, at the short
est notice. From the long experience he has had in
tbe business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
will favor him with a call. Ready marie pine coffins always on
hand, from $4 to $10 ; clierry and koa do., varnished, $10 and
$25 ; kna do, polished, $ aiid $40. Koa Lumber on hand and
for sale at his shop, King street, nearly opposite the teamen's
N. B. FURNITURE made, repaired and Tarnished, with
neatness and dispatch. lls-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
a Copartnership for the transacting of a General Commis
sion Business, under the linn and style of V. V. WATEKUAM
We especially solicit any business connected with the interests
of the Home Whaling Fleet, in the consignment of supplies, fur
nishing of funds, sales, or purchase of exchange, oil, bone, gen
eral merchandise, and tbe procuring of freight, etc
117-3m JOHN F. POPE.
Views of Honoluln !
A LL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II
Bsrxrw' View af Haaolala to Uieir friends abroad.
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, titan any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be bad or ti. ukug&,
118-tf Merchants' Exchange.
F THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD-
vertiser bound and fur sale price 48.
112-tf II. M. WHITNEY,
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE.
-GENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATER
WlK For sale by (104-tf E. HOFFMANN
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
f-kfl aTkaflaTa BEST SHAVED WHITE
f if a F y lF Cedar Shingles, per " Harriet k Jes-
sie',' ftw-'sale by 112-tf J
C. H. LEWERS, Fort sU
T A NCE PO LES, to arrive per " Syren," for sale by
1 A 119-tf CI1A9. BREWER, 2o.
PORK I I
BARRELS PRIME PORK, to arrive
per " Syren," For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d
BARRELS MESS BEEF, to arrive per
CHAS. BREWER, 2d,
IsflaflsTa BARRELS OIL SHOOKS, I
VF VF VF per clipper ship " Syren," for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
PITCH AND TAR.
BARRELS of each, to arrive per clipper ship
" Syren," For sale Dy
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
JUST RECEIVED, per u Youug Greek," from Boston,
and for sale by the undersigned, an assortment of MAR
BLE SajABS, with Brackets.
A. P. EVERETT.
ILDERS NEW ST TLE FIRE-PROOF
safes, with powder proof locks, received per Young
W. N. LADD.
JLF ment of sixes, per Young Greek, by
W. N. LADD.
OATS I OATS I .
WKW tALIIUn.llA'Ulln 9SuaftSl. A MuMMf
IT, and warranfc-d eqoal to tlie best in the market, just landed
from tbe " Flying Dart,'
1 and for sale in quantities to suit, by
- C. A. k H. F. POOR.-
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE JUST RECEIV
ES, ed per schr "Flying Dart," in small package, suitable for
family use, and at a reasonable price.
C. A. a H. F. POOR.
"TIRES II COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE OIL,
MV Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, saleratus.
Corned beef in kegs for family use, cheese, sacks floor,
On hand and for sale by '
02-tf A. P. EVERETT.
AVY BILLS A WHALER'S BILLS taken
the lowest rates by v
Julyl, l-tf . ; " 1 ROBERT C JANION.
A LEI ALEX
TUST RECEIVED EX "RADCCA,
of Falkirk ALE, in pints, 2 dosen in a case, for taw by
117-tf C. A. H. F. POOR.
, A BAKER WANTED I .
t7PPLT TO O. C. McLEAN,'
L 118-lm On Nuuana street.
SCHOONER FOR SALE. .
i THE SCHOONER ? 1
Formerly De Wilt," well found in everything. .. For par
ticular, Inquire of ' - '
MQ-tf " Q. C. McLEAN, Nnnanu street.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
' ' ( - V t'
TUB FIRST CLASS EXTREME CLIPPER
46S Tons, Captain HORACE 8. TAYLOR, having engaged a
Jjortioo of her freight, will be dispatched tor SAN FRAN
. CISCO OCTOBER SSth. Has accommodatioiu for
, Six Cabin Passengers. -For
freight or passage apply to
, .ia0-2t. , . R COADT k CO.
FOR. NEW LONDON DIRECT ! '
, . . , .THE A-1 CLIPPER SHIP .
Elizabeth F. Willetts,
' Will have immwdiato dispatch tar the above port.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, ap
ply to 119-tf C. A. WILLIAMS k CO.
AT LAHAINA FOR NEW BEDFORD.
TUB A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
CHARLES MANTER, COMMANDER,
Is daily expected at Lahaina, and will load oil and bone for New
119-tf OILMAN k CO.
For New Bedford Direct !
THE FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP
1287 Tons, commanded by captain E. C. SOCLE, will load Oil
and Bone for the above port.
For freight apply to S. HOFFMETER.
Lahaina, Sept. 26, 1868. 118-tf ,
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT!
THE CLIPPER SHIP
West Wind, .....
1071 Tons, Captain ALLEN BAXTER, will have despatch for
For freight or passage, apply to
118-tf R. C0ADY k CO.
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Will hare immediate dispatch for the above named port.
For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations, apply
to 117-tf A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
FOR BREMEN DIRECT.
TUB DANISH CLIPPER BARK
Candace, A. Schat;. blaster,
Will have quick dispatch for the above port. Advances made
on Consignments. For freight and particulars apply to
115-t MELCHERS k CO.
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
'' ' THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
1120 tons Register, Captain E. HARDING, will sail for New
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding is an experienced
whaling captain, and Shippers of Oil may rely upon the beat of
care being bestowed on such as may be shipped. The ship is
provided with a force pump and hose to wet oil.
This ship will be followed by the Ship? ANGLO SAXON,
MARY ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
Honolulu, July 22, 1S58. 108-tf D. C. WATERMAN k CO.
SANDWICH I S L A II D
; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE TJ. 8. ,
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, In the months of March, May ar Jaae,
September aad December.
For further particulars see special advertisements In daily
papers of the above months.
cor freight or passage to, or a raits on iionoimu, appiy 10
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, S. I.
B. W. Field, - - - - Honolulu.
Sutton k Co. - - New York.
Cook k Snow,. - - - New Bedford.
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
Ualted States Saafh America.
' Caaaaas aad Earsae,
coxsbcti.io i nrw rone with the AMnucAX-atnorsAS ex
FKKSH COMPAST TO KCBOPK-
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all tbe principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on tbe 14th ard 29th of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
"A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery, street, San Francisco.
93-tf - v -
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
"7k nT1 W T TV M? 4i 42 'A 1 1 1
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND BAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of tbe
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills cf Exchange In sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo k Co.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1850-tf. R. COADY k CO- Agents
GLUE, BRISTOL BRICK, ASS'D NAILS,
Hunt's handled axes, charcoal irons, wrought spikes, -Axe
handles, row locks, whalers' spades.
Firmer chisels, gouges, files, planters' hoes, bog noes,
Buck shot, chisel handles, knife cleiners,
Safety fuse, bead and moulding planes.
Carpet hammers, blind hinges, wrought nails,
Seine twine, L'fford's study lamps, fish and chalk lines, ,
Gun nipples, superior needles, shot belts,
Plated castors, plated forks and spoons.
Plated dessert knives, wire rat traps, horse rasps,
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tacks, '
Spirit levels, tea trays, horse brushes, and cards,
Ox bows and ox yokes, corn hellers, grain cradles.
House paper, assorted, pod and center bits.
Enameled duck ior carriage tops, new saddles,
Finished grindstones, grindstone fixtures,
Lead pipe, r, I, H, , and 2 Inches,
Douglas pumps, Nos. 1, 2, 3, , 5, 6, guarded lanterns,
Brass screw rings, nest trunks, nail rods,
Glased sash, 8x10, 10x12, 10x14,
Doors and blinds, 1, 1 inch and If inch hose,
: Hair cloth, curled hair, feather pillows.
Looking glasses, busn and grass serines,
Heavy log chains, cast steel picks.
Sliding door locks, mortice chisels, brass cocks, assM,'
Iron braces, bags shot, scotia and bead planes,
Pick handles, jack and smooOing planes,
Try aad steel squares, hand screws, assorted,
Scythe stones and riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
Britannia tea and coffee pots, bake kettles,
Drawing knives, Gillot's pens, 803, 404,
Curtain rings, powder flasks, ivory bandied knives,
Ege beaters, Ely's percussion caps, silver thimbles,
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchets, boys' axes.
Porcelain picture knobs, raxor strops and rasors,
ZSnc washboards, wheelbarrows, hay cutters.
Tinned spurs, harness leather,
Harness, Japan, brass and silver mounted,
Boggy lamps, solar lamps, assorted, solar wicks,
' Britannia lamps, shovels and tongs,
Extra "handles for Eagle plow No. 2,
Flat Swede's iron, assorted,
4 inch and 9-18, square, Swede's iron,
.,, inch round iron, nests backets and boxes, .
' 8ing.e and double bedsteads.
Dry Good, Ac.
Extra skirts, rattans, Scotch diapers and napkins.
Printed Jacooet muslins, fast colors,
Turkey red prints, small figure, . . . y -
Fine prints, white around,
Curtain cord, paper, cambric, . '
Ladies' and gents' L. C. handkerchiefs.
Child's and misses' white bose,
4-4, 6-4, -4 and 11-4 sheeting,
Artmnm brawn cottons, ticklne. CtC. '
And a great variety of Goods, In ltore and to arrive, for sale by
H3tf . . .& Aft-jaiAft
TEIE SUBSCRIBER IS fJONSTAIXf.x
receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
White lead, ground in the best boiled English oil, and is an
thorised to contract at lower prices than- the present soar an
Honolulu, Jone 9, 1867.
BY A ''P. EVERETT.
' merchandise! Merchandise!
TO-TIORUO W ! ;
FRIDAY OCT. 15. AT 10 O'CLOCK, AM
. , AtSateaRooni, win basold
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Groceries, Hardware, ' "
FuruiLure, and general mdse. -
General Merchandise ! ' ' '
TUESDAY, OCT. 19, AT IO O'CLOCK, A. M.
At sales room, will be sold ' '
A Great Tarietf of XerchandUe.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOOC3 !
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
oiaa. Boston Bireott
EXPECTED IN AUGUST. -
1 BARRELS CAROLINA RICKf
J 1 bale cloves;
6 bags peppert .' .
1 keg nutmegs:
10 boxes corn starch;
50 kegs split peas
10 half bbls currants;
100 half boxes raisins
100 quarter boxes raisins; ,
100 boxes Winchester's 8. W. soap; '
10 boxes saleratos, (1 ft papers;)
M0 quarter boxes sardines:
20 esses u St. Cair" and u Upton's" tobacco 's, 100 lbs each;
a cases sweet urange cavendish" tobacco loo ids eacn;
6 cases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco TOtb aa;
20 half boxes double refined loaf sugar;
50 half bbls do do crushed sugar;
5 No. 4 whalemen's caubooses. with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. S favorite pattern " Roger Williams" stoves, complete.
wtln pipe and fixtures the best pattern ever imported into
Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stores have been sold
by the subscriber, and in no ease has any complaint been
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
j 62 dosen 2 lb tins oysters best, put op expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days or sailing or "Byren. "
.20 das 1 H tins oysters; , . , 1
20 do 1 lb tins green corn; , ' ;
r , - 20 dos 1 tb tins fresh clams; . w , . -40
dos 21b tins do .do; ( . '
20 doc I tb tins lobsters; '.
' ' 80 dos 2 lb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring;
10 dos cans (1 tb) raspberry Jam;
lOdoacans do strawbeiiies, piteeirtd; -
4 doa preserved peaches, (2 lb cans);
8 dos apple pulp, do;
20 dox Verdale olives;
50 dos 1 tb cans assorted soaps;
20 dos 1 tb cans soup and boulhe;
10 doc 2th cans chicken;
10 dos 2 tb cans turkey;
20 dos 2 Si cans assorted broths; -,
6 bbls cider vinegar;
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 dos denim pants;
12 dos red flannel shirts;
10 dos blue do do;
3 das grey do do;
25 das each linen drill frocks and pants
28 dos angola gents' half hose;
22 dos do ribbed do;
5 cases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
6 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
5 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
5 cases Shetucket bine drills; t
3 bales Pepperel Bro do;
5 eases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 lb blankets all wool;
2 cases extra fine satin Jeans;
6 bbls cotton twine, , 7 .
4 cases do do, J
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 dos charcoal irons;
25 dos henry handled axes " Underbill's"!
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests Ulngham boxes;
60 nests covered buckets;
10 doz 3-hooped painted palls;
15 nests (8 in nest) do pails;
20 bags shot;
6 cases stout brogans;
400 16, 17 and IS feet oars;
50 bolts cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
- 100 kegs nails.
Wlaea aad Spirits.
60 10-gallon kegs Monongahela whisky;
60 10-gallon kegs N. E. rum;
50 10-gallon kegs American brandy;
10 cases Boker's bitters;
60 cases champagne cider; .
50 dos pints Albany ale;
50 dos do do porter.
Per "Mountain Wave," expected in
800 gallons best boiled oil;
75 Tenisee riding saddles complete;
2000 lbs nary bread;
50 half bbls crushed sugar; -25
half boxes loaf do;
25 eighth casks American brandy.
Per " Young Greek," expected ia Anfiit.
160 16, IT and 18 feet oars;
2 coils ea. Manila rope, 11, lt, 1, 2, 21, 2 , 2, in.
SO bales cotton duck, Nos 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
40 tbs Prussian blue paint;
10 lbs chrome yellow do;
60 lbs chrome green do;
10 tbs verminion;
10 lbs French blue;
00 charcoal irons;
6 No. 4 stoves" Roger Williams;"
5 bales hops;
2 cases bops, 1 ft papers;
100 bbls extra prime pork;
200 bbls Gallego flour;
11,000 lbs pilot bread;
23,000 lbs navy bread;
100 tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new Goshen butter;
25 half bbls new apples; '
110 small cheeses. In tins;
100 whole boxes raisins;
200 half do do;
100 boxes 8. W. soap;
0 casks Zante currants;
25 kits No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (J0 ibs) bags table salt;
15 cases Dixon's half 0 tobacco;
50 boxes champagne cider;
60 boxes porter pints 100 dos;
- 10 bbls old Bourbon whisky; -
10 10-gallon kegs prime Boorbon whisky;
20 6-gallon kegs do do do;
' 30 2-gallon kegs superior and extra whisky;
10 octaves "Rivierre" brandy;
10 do " Pi net Castillon k Co." brandy t
A quarter casks " Duff Gordon" pale sherry;
25 bales gunny bags;
44 doa grey flannel shirts; -".'.
9 doc scarlet do do; ,
4 doa blue do do;
30 dos denim pants;
32 doc denim frocks;
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 4-4 brown;
6 bales do drills do;
10 bales Otis denims;
7 bales Cordis drills 4-4 brown;
1 case Incaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
5 half bbls hide poison.
tcr For sale to arrive, 00 liberal terms, by
108-tf J. C. SPALDING.
.THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENT
for the sale of loawasla, Sseaei r . At
Ca.'a and R. C. Jaaiss's llawsiiaa
Packed "Beef, has constantly on hand and
for sale BEEF of the above well known and approved brands,
wnica ne oners lor sale at me market rates.
P. 8. This Beef is narked at Waimea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of tbe sea, where
tbe climate is cool and well adapted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TURKS ISLAND SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 months in
any climate. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, August 25, 1868. 114-Uaul
THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE
undersigned, carrying on business at Kawaihae, under the
firm of D. R. VIDA k CO., Is Uus day dissolved by mutual con
sent. All claims win be settled by D. R. Vida, at Kawaihae.
I), it. VIDA,
The business of the above will be carried on as usual solely by
Kawaihae, Angtut 14, 1858. 110-2m
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS-SUBSCRI
bers to Hakper'm Wceaxt Illi stratsd Nsrwsparaa, are
notified that the Club List for 18A9 is now open. Tbe list
will be forwarded to New York some time in October, as sub
scriptions begin January 1 and early notice is now given, that
subscribers on the outer Islands may oe enaoiea to maae snetr
remittances in season. Such names only as are prepaid will be
forwarded. Tbe terms to those embraced in the Club List are
t SO far Oae Tear' SaWerlatiasi !
Each subscriber having to pay, l addition, tbe Hawaiian post
age. This is one of tbe cheapest papers published, and gives
mo,e general satisfaction than any other, which may be Inferred
from the tact that it has nearly two hundred subscribers an these
Islands. 117-2m Address H. M. wnlTHI.
New Goods ex " Candace."
YjWR SALE BT UNDERSIGNEDS
MV Ladies' Lisle thread lace dockings.
Do do do plain stockings, - -
Do cotton stockings,
Linen tapes, white linen braids, piping cord, . ,
Worsted braids, Coates' sewing cotton,
' Misses' broad leaf Leghorn hats,
Do do do Tuscan do, trimmed, -
Ladies' black silk gloves, -
Large white and colored cord and tassels, for furnkore, ,
Embroidering silks, do scissors, button hole sr. Is a.
Linen damask table napkins, crochet cotton,
Crochet needles, with fancy ivory holders and esses,
French flowers, satin bonnet wire.
Elastic hair pins. GEO. CLARK,
I10-tf ... - , -:.-H0teJ
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY Or
fets bin servioss in the adjnstmeot of accoonta, collection of
bills, etc Mortgages. Leases. Bills of Bale. Agreements, and
other instruments, drawn with accuracy ami dispatch, and aa
moderate terms, Ufnee at tbe " manors' Home.
115-tf . " -. - GEO. WIIAIAMA
JAMES LOCK WOOD, , - 3
Tin aad Copper SaiithV
LAHAINA, MAUL A ,
E7 AD work in his line win be executed with ireiilsissi. aad
- in a workmanlike manner. lln-tf r
TVJASTERS OF WHALESHIPS WHO l
ia the making vp of their
please call on tbomndersbrned. who
toatloa to bnalness entrusted to him.
Ofltoe at the
-. GEO. WILLIAMS.
BY JOHN P. COLBUnif.
Drj Coeds, Lt., at Acttba.
MONDAY, OCT. 18, AT IO 0CLK, A. M,
. ; At sales rooso, wiU be sold
Printa, Deobna, Brown Cottons, Brown Drills, '
Bine Mils, Bins Cotton, MaaUna, linen Panta,
Casvimere Panta, Sattinet Pants. Bleaceed Jeana,
Dried Apptsa, Cider Vinegar, Ptaklea.
Tos te Cataan, Past Bread, Manila Cigars,
Taoco, Sadry, Croeksvy Ware, .
CaUfornla Onions and Potatoe. .
WEDNESDAY. OCT. tO.at IO OVUek, A.M.
At Balas Room, wttl be sold,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and anoas, uroeenes.
IVtrrWaos. lwservaa Msata,
, Caps, aad
IlITSON & EIABI
CARGO FOR TTIE FALL SEASON.
cnAHLEs cue wen, cd.
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO OF
the American clipper ship
Expected to arrive In September from BOSTON direct.
arrive wui ne maae.
w IMen's flannel shirts,' 11
- U"L. aLkiV --J II.
Cases light flannel,
Bales heavy sheeting,
ivrraava V(AU auij mini wawy
Boots, Shoea aad Leatker.
Cases men's thick boots, .Cases men's drab Cong. boots
do do brogara, ao ao goMorogana, -
do do do, enameled, Oak, harness, russet and rij-
do do do, sewed, ging leather,
do do pat. lea. strap shoea 1
English mustard, ' "
do black pepper,
do sup. capers.
Kits mackerel. '
Half kits tongues and sounds,
Half boxes codfish,
Bbls Carolina rice,
Boxes salad creasa.
do red currant jelly , ,.
do cranberry Jam.
Boxes tobaoeo, assorted quatlt'sl
do marti noes,
do boiled beef,
do do mutton, ,
do assorted meats,
Baskets olive oil.
Boxes green peas.
Cases water crackers,
do oyster do.
Half bol dried apples,
Cases refined lard.
do preserved vegetables.
250 bbls Haxall flour,
00,000 tbs navy and puotfbread, in whalemen's casks,
Bbls navy bread, v
Wafer bread, in cans, - ,
260 bbls prime pork,
200 bbls mess beef,
Cases assorted siaec Jheathlng metal.
Kegs ootn position nails, assorted sixes,
Full assortment cotton duck. t
Hard Ware and Naral Stores. .
Bndla NB 6s iron hoops.
Kegs rivets, 4 to 6s,
Boxes charcoal irons.
Boxes copper tacks.
Mortice locks, .
Bars beat refined flat iron,
Bndla nail rods,
do Norway shapes,
Bndli assorted sq refined Iron,
Bars do do do
Casks iron ship spikes, '
do fire proof paint,
do soda ash.
Sheets boiler Iron,
Bbls bright varnish.
A full assortment of Manila cordage, from Inch to laches,
Colls wbale line, nawsers, 7 tnen,
Whale boats, 1000 bbls oil shook.
Bales gunny bags.
ICaaes oil cloth.
Casks Cumberland coal.
Bbls sail twine.
Boxes solar lamps.
Cases palm leaf bats.
do enameled cloth,
do children's ear,
do curled hair.
Fores pomp and bote.
Cases boys' hats,
An assortment, constating of
Oak, hickory and ash plank.
v hite pine noaras,
. Bpmoe plank.
Clear pine clapboards.
' Bundles pine laths,
114-Snt Bhared cedar shingles
COX. MERCHANT AND TORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
' AND ' -- ' '
Gentlemen') FornishiEg Goods !
EVER ' IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEX 8EI
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants Of the Honolulu pnbltc aad the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIOCRBa, will be
sold at MUCH IXWER RATES than nave ruled in this market
in past years. Citisens and Be angei s are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. 8. M. 8. ORINBACM.
Honoluln, Sept. , 1868. 115-tf
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE ,
THE DNDER8IGBTED IS READY TO FUR
nish to Botchers and Packers, in lbs largest quantities,
a very superior article, sqcal to ths asm imposts bait, and
at a price to DEFY COMPETITION f For terms, apply to
116-eni - Panloa Bait Works.
NEW GOODS. EX RADUG A
Lndiea' lace mantfUas,
ladies' blaek lace mittsi
Plush seat aide saddles,
Gothic alarm docks,
- lawn and robe dreasca.
117-tf At whokaale by C. A k H. .
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES.
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES, I If IO Ik.
Currant, apple, plum, grape and quince Jellieajn assail glass jars.
Also, preaervea pmeappies ana cnernes.
A small invoice of the above per M Radura," tor sals by '
117-tf C. L. RICHARDS CO.
TEA I TEA I
nOCCHOWO, SOUCHONG AND
ML Teas, per " Yankee." Some of these seas are
rior. For sale by
Ji. DIltOND. .
ATTAR OF ROSES.
A SMALL LOT OF GENUINE JUST Ra
eeivsd and lor sale low by
lls-tf . ,
C. A A It. W. POOS.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALT BY
111-tf H. M. WaJTHEf.
HAND. AND TO ARRIVE FE3 SY-
60 siaes Rigging Leather, Re aast sy
lls-tf i.C. BPALDINO.
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
BBLS. TO ARRIVE PERSTRBN."
honrsx.far -u.by gPjaWK0.
ALCOHOL. SO PER CENT. OVER PROOF.
CASES ALCOHOL.CONTAIN1WG iFiyu
ganoa tins each, tor aast Is arrive par T?I-.
PITCH AND TAB
BBLS. OF BACH, TO ARRIVE PER
Syrsn," for sale by
3. 0. SFALMNflJ
BANS BILLS. , . ; ;
AMERICAN A NDENGUSn BAN ft PILLS
snahsdby (lls-tf I - - H. M. WaOsSBY.
ANAKCrrTZIENT OF DESIRACLBCX2BS
remired per Torog Oreak, by -
f a by fl2Mf) C. L. RICHARDS k CO. "
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