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From the Samoan Reporter.
... ' -A Saaiaa TraslitlwsL. , .'-
..; Th Origix or Fret The late Dr. Kittd. !n one
er the sections of bis Daily Bible illustrations, re
marks, that fire was probably as unknown to Adam
as it was un needed by him. before the fall, and then
sJludes to some carious traditions respecting its dis
covery. . it is beyond dispute, that islands and tribe
have been foand, in various parts of the world, where
toe use of Ore was quite unknown ; and hence, we
mar suppose, that the traditions in Samoa, on this
"uoRci were, at some remote period, lounaea on iacr. :
. The Samoans say, that there was a time when . their
'; forefather ate everything raw; and that they owe the
luxury of cooked food to one Ti'iti'i, the son of a per-
son called manga. This Talanga was high in favor
with the earthquake god Mafuie, who, like the Vul
can, of the Ureeks. lived in a subterranean region.
; where there was fire continually burning; On going
to a certain perpendicular rock, and saying, VKock;
; divide: I am Talanga; I have come to, work;" the
; rock opened, and let-Talanga in; and he went below
.. to his plantation in the land of this god Mafuie. One
: day, Ti'iti'i, the son of Talanga, followed his father,
and watched where he entered. The youth, after
time, went up to the rock, and, feigning his father's
roice, said, " Rock, divide! I am Talanga; ! have
come to work;1 and was admitted too. His father
was at work in his plantation, was surprised to see
nia a n there, and begged hi in not to talk loud, lest
the oood Mamie should near him, and be angry
Don't you know he eats people ?" " What do I care
for him!" said the daring youth; aud off lie went.
humming a song, towards the smoking furnace.
"Who are you?" said Mafuie.
I am Ti'iti'i, the son of Talanga. - I am come for
,some fire." ,
' ?. "Take It," said Mafuie, ' V ' K
'- He went back to his father a ita -ome cinders, and
the two set to work to bake sonie t ro. They kindled
s fire, and were preparing the taro to put on the hot
Stones, when suddenly the god Mafuie blew np the
oven, scattered the stones all about, and put out the
fire.. "Now," said Talanga, "did not tell you
Mafuie would" be angry?" Ti'iti'i went off in a
rags to Mafuie, and, without any' ceremony,' com
menced with, " Why have you broken up our oven,
and put out our fire?" Mafuie was indignant at
such a tone and language, rushed at bim, and there
they wrestled with each, other. Ti'iti'i got hold of
the right arm of Mafuie, grasped it with both hands,
and gave it such a wrench that it broke off. He then
mixed the other arm, and was going to twist it off
next, when Mafuie declared himself beaten, and im
plored Ti'iti'i to have mercy, and spare his left arm.
"Do let me have this arm," said he; "I need it to
hold Samoa straight and level. Give it to me, and I
will let you have my hundred Tires."
" No, not for that," said Triti'i.
" Well, then, will you take fire T If you let me
have my left arm, you shall have fire, and you may
ever after this eat cooked food."
"Agreed," said Triti'i; "jou keep your arm, and
I have the fire."
"Oo," said Mafuie; "you will find the fire in
every teood too cut."
And hence, the story adls, Samoa, ever since the
days of Ti'iti'i, has eaten cooked food from the fire
which is got from the friction tf rubbing one piece of
dry icroi against another.
The superstitious still have half an idea that Ma
fuie is down below Samoa somewhere; and that the
earth has a long handle there, like & walking stick,
which Mafuie gives a shake now and then. It was
common tor them to say, when they felt the shock of
an earthquake, " Thanks to Ti'iti'i, that Mafuie has
only one arm : if he had two, what a shake he would
The natives of Savage Island have a somewhat
similar tale about the origin of fire. Instead of Ta
langa and Ti'iti'i, they give the names of Maui, the
father, and Maui the son. Instead of going through
a rock, their entrance was down through a reed bush.
And, instead of a stipulation for the fire, they say
that the youth Maui, like another Prometheus, stole
it, ran np the passage, and before his father could
catch him, he bad set the bush in flames in all di
rections. The father tried to put it out. but in vain ;
and, they further add, that ever since the exploit of
young .Maui, they have bad fire and cooked food in
It is true what Dr. Kitto says, in the article to
which we have already referred : " A volume and
one of no common interest might be written on the
origin, the history, the tradi tions, the powers, and
the uses of fire, which was of old worshipped in many
nations as a god." Daily Bible Illustrations. Vol.
I, p. 104. ...
The Policy or ,thk I-mpebor Napoleos. The
intelligent London correspondent of the New York
Commereitl Advertiser writes, in a recent letter:
The real policy of the government of France for the
present, and the policy she is evidently disposed to
follow, ia that of employing all her force in maintain
ing the present divisions of the map of Europe.
Louis Napoleon could not sustain himself in attempt
ing to make conquests, and conquests would be of no
use to him (except as giving eclat to his army) if he
made them. Yon may rest assured that the only
object of the present immense naval preparations is
to brinz France up to the standard of the most
powerful nation. She believes that she ought at least
to occupy a rank equal to that of England; and as
France is essentially a military nation, and estimates
greatness by military power, her rank is only to
be attained by the mustering of an army and a navy
that will at least equal those of the strongest nations.
By this display of power, Louis Napoleon will main
tain bis position of diplomatic mediator in Europe,
tba nrntt lofty position he can acquire, (for if he goes
to war be will be undermined by the Republicans.)
while at the same time he will be able to preserve
France inviolate from attack. His role is thus a
grand one without going to war, and be is exactly
the man ta know ic It is, therefor, perfectly safe
to predict that Napoleon is not seeking, nor does he
desire a war,' either with England or America,
or any other country; and I honestly believe, from a
. lose observation of the French government for many
years, that the greatest pacificator in Europe at the
present moment is Louis Napoleon himself. Every
act of bis government attests it to any one who is not
wilfully blind. How absurd is it then to constantly
put this monarch forward as the world's scarecrow !
. SAILS! SAILS !
W7Ort SALE BY THE IXDERSIGVED,
E? the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 1M to 300
1 new Topsail
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. Jt. Btaddlnf Sail;
I mala Royal:
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, ' 1
1 Top Oailaatsan, J
1 set ma strapped Cetting-in Blocks, with chain pendants.
piese. 193-tf K. r. bSOW.
PATENT PENCIL SIIABPENERS,
CONSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE AS
a pocket knife. For sale by
m-8''- ' ' h. m. wnrragT.
. RED WOOO
A SUPERIOR LOT OFBOARDSaael CLAP"
BOARDS, (or sate by
C. H. LF.WZR3,
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
3QQ POQgLS. assorted sizes, with mouldings and
SO Sash Dssrs. assorted sizes.
30O ftsilr WisttlwwSaeli.sssortedsbes.
tttO i Bllai4,with and without swivels, ass'd sizes.
Sesseted expressly for this market, and frr sale low by
.7-f , (.-:- GEORGE O. HOWE.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
7VEW ENGMSII ANCHORS, FROM IOOO
11 to JOOprjundsi
New EugCsh Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-16 to 1 inch.
84-tf For sale by A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, Sec.
FRENCH ZINC IN TIN. PURE WIIITK
lead, dry red lead, yellow ochre in oil. black paint, verdi
gris, chrome and Paris green. Vandyke brown, linseed and ku
kri oil, turpentine; coach, white and copal varnish, gold and sil
ver leaf; umher, Venetian red in oil, paint and sash brushes,
glass and putty, on band and to arrive, for sale by - -
113-tf - K. O. HALL.
i JUST. RECEIVED!
ASMAlX. 4llTANTlTa" OF PURE FINE
BRANDT, warranted superior to any in the market. - '
Also Cases genuine Hoatetter! Utters. For sale by
9-tf .- a . 3. C. SPALDING.
SSAVIDGE BEGS TO INFORM HIS
hienda, a a sautua) peoteerioa, be will not deliver any
F to Cktseae or Native servanta, unless they either bring
oey, a written order, or a passage book. May 29. 100 tf
- NOTICE "
TrtTEREBf'ciTEX, thai I have appointed Mr
t uiiiiiw -m-r ama stub rawer or auorw
dnrinS T baeafrWn the Islaoita.
szooowim, March 16, 1868. 90-tf
D. M. WT3TON.
LND MGXOIIA. WHISKY
tTkua BOUBBOX a vn MicwofJi wflis.
J X to Iialloa packages, in bond or duty paid, for sale by
U- - C. L. RICHARDS At CO.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF.THAT
, ' 11 i j-CHAMPAGNE ! 1 ' ' .
(IHARLBS JICLDSIErK fc CO. The best
t IwA WiMfwg Arask on Uvsm Islaada. For ale by ,
n-f i l x' - , , c. L. RjCHARDs a? ra
Ta the Owner. Perana UlerMleJ la
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Orroi or txk Pasaiia Bail-Road Coyfasv, 1
New Youu July 20,1867.
. AIM rauama IMUl-Jvusiu vum. iij iakv un. un-wvu
0. . r Informing Uma, interested In the Whaling busi
urn, of the advantages offered by, the. Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment or
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been tn resrular and successful operation for
m than two veers, and its caDacitv for the transportation of
every description of merchandise. Including Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York daring the present season.
and the Panama Kail-Road Com puny has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 450 feet 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 alonsside of vessels at Aspin
wall. . Teasels of from 200 to 300 tons caa lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mad at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
Bared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York
under ihraash Bills mf ixidiajf at, the rate of seven
eenta per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor trom snip-s tackles, cnargtng ior
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers rverv expense from imams to mew xora, in cane
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Koad Company, Insurance excepted. The
freitrhts may 19 made payable on the Isthmus or in Kew York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five davs. The time occupied In crossing the lshmus Is
four hours. Oil. daring its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes hare already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other goods consigned Tor transportation to trie super
ntendent of the Panama Rail Road Company, or to W illiana
Xelasa. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
rr Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Fbxdibic L. Hanks,
Agent Panama R. K. Co.. Honolulu B. I. 04-I2m
CAPT. ROBERT BROWS
WHALING GCX, PATENT BOMB LAXCES
AND GIS HARPOONS.
AFTER s,VERAL YEARS LABOR AXD
rxiivrimenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his apparatus, combined with tne advantages of being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an Instru
ment iu form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the ful lowing testimonials.
Ba Fsavcisco. January 10. 185S.
Carr. R. It sows fir. I take this opportunity to inform
you th.it we used those Bomb Lances we bought of yon, and
found them to be of great neefit in capturing whales amongst
The first what- t' j t ws ued the Bomb Lance on was killed
in the following manner The boat went alongside of the whale
and the bnat-stecrer fired a Bomb into him a.d then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb wss heard tn explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-men-
thmed whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have rot that whale and many others that we did get, if it
hid not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting oat whale ships.
Thomas Wall. Msster bark George.
nosotcxr. March 17. 1850.
Carr. Robfet Bsows 5f dear Sir : I used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
260 bbU. of oil. We never conk! have token hhn without said
Lanrrs, as our boats could nut get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance. -
Yours R pectfully,
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
IIosolcix, March 15, 1S56.
Carr. Robfrt Browx Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Borahs on the voyage in tne ship
Herald, ami found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them ft all whalemen, ami especially around the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by roar
Guns and apparatus.
Isaac Allan, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling ou the undersigned.
Arents, who have the Guns, Ik&nb Lancr and Harpoons for
14-tf R. C0ADY ft CO., Honolulu.
B. F. S.OW
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, the f mowing merchandise :
W hite and grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts. ' '
Grey merino shirt.
Ihunaak table cover-t.
Brown cotton drawers.
White " " ,
Red flannel "
Women's white cotton hose,
Ouayaq til hats,
Blue flannel shins,
Rlack and brown felt bats.
Colored I ml in satin,
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Boots) snt Shoes.
Goat buskins, Caif Congress boots.
Ladies' bootees. Kn'md leather Congress boots.
Lemon syrup, A -sorted pickles, half gals.
Tomato catsup. Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves, Fioe cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Superior Black Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Manila whale line.
Knsia cordage, assorted sizes,
.Vanila cordage, assorted sizes,
. Cut nails, lanterns.
Copper boat nails,
1 French bedstead,
Wrapping paper, '
' Lamp chimne.ys,
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Sheaths and belts.
Paint oil, turpentine,
Pure and extra white lead,
Solar side lamps
Drab office chairs.
Walnut cane seat chairs.
Hingham buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting.
Saeras sad Polar Oil. Axe. fee.
1 Brswa's V kaliag Uas sad Irsss,
Iadia Raster Hose, hfiaehaad t iacb,
Bras Hose Pi pea, Lead Pipe.
Ace . 1h &e. 93-tf
To Whalemen !
G"V. MACT would respectfully solicit the same pa.
tmnage heretof-re enjoyed by the old firm of Macy ft
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka-
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef. Maftoa. Port. Poultry, and also the cele
brated KAWAIHAE POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, ar.d In
quicker time than st any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted o keep in any climate.
T7 o charge mane on inter-island exenanee.
7i-tf G. W. MACY.
Wool, Goat SKios, Hide?,
1 al low, . Composition,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by . 61-tf) . J. C. 8PALDIX0.
AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH-
EST CASH MARKET PRICE, by
FINE WHITE SHIR IS.
CARTONS FINE WHITE SHIRTS, LINEN
bosoms, collars and wristbands, for sale by
Sl-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
UNDERSTANDING THAT THE'tE ARE
rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over lease a certain house in this town, now occu
pied by another party. I proclaim it to be false sod a base fab.
ricatioo ; in proof of which 1 would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. C. Ileuck, who ar
the only parties able to negotiate for the above premises. '
At the request of Mr. E. Burgess, we hereby declare, that the
ecurse pursued by him in reference to the above matter has been
strictly just and honorable. JOHN MONTGOMERY,
May 81, 1858. 101-6m TU. C. HECCK.
' ' N OTIC E "
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS AND OTHERS.
BRUNSWICK GREEN. VERDIGRIS.
Chrome Green and Yellow, Yellow Ociire, Venetian Red,
Prussian Blue, Spanish Brown. I" ruber.
Boiled Linseed Oil. Turpentine, White Lead, (extra pure,)
Zinc white. Lamp Black. White Varnish.
To be bad in quantities to suit, ot C. H. L EWERS,
112-tf-- " Fort street.:
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS
against me, will please present them for settlement imme
diately $ and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
tlieir accounts will be left with an attorney for collection.
XT The subscriber hereby gives notice that he will pay no
debts contracted without his written order.
nonolulu, April 20, 1853,' 95-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT RE
ceive Deposits in the Custom Bouse Vault, under existing
regulations, after this day. All articles on deposit at this date
can remain until it Is convenient to remove them.'
- V W. GOODALB, -
; Honohilu, July 1, 1858. WMri Col. Geo'l of Customs
; r : . WHITE OAK.
5 04-2 So?' ,XCH ?7 T 30 feet
17 feet. H lock, 25 toiS feet long, ., ,
586 feet, 1 loch, 12 feet and upwards.
Of New Hampshire pasture oak, selected by a shipbuilder, and
cxpeneu vj - mountain wive," geptetuber 20, Is offered for
y uiz-uj s. u.- lbwekb, Fort street.
QTORAGE FOR 400 TO AOO TONS heavy oi
S3 Uht good, ou the premise of the ucdrrsigned
.;.-. - ' i . B. F. 8NOW...
. - tj I! A ' ' ' ' ' I
L AH A IN A, S. I.
CIL.MAN&. CO, ARE
now receiving their
- PER SHIPS
Harriet & Jessie,
' Mountain Wave,
WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALB ON AS FAY0RABLB
TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
A large arsnrtment of Shift Chaadlery,
1 Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes,
American, Califomian and Hawaiian Floor,
.. New Bedford Bread, in short cask -.
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beef, wahkaxvbo;
. American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams.
No. 1 brown sugar. Crushed sugar, '
No. 2 brown sugar, Ioar sugar.
Syrup, Boxes salt,
Molasses, . .5 ... BWs vinegar, -
- Chests tea, ' ' ! Boxes raisins,
Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
. Split peas. Coffer,
Assor'ed spices, Ac.
Boiled linseed oil. Spirits turpentine, .
Extra white lead, Black paint.
Pun- white lead, - , Putty, chalk,
Prussian blue, Bbls coal tar.
Chrome yellow, Paintbrushes,
Chrome green, . Pencil brashes,
. An assortment of
W. K. Lewis 4c Itro'i 1 freah Preserved Meats.
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton, '
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken.
Clams, com, beets, ass'd pickles.
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups,
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Rota sssasl SksMMs,
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
' Y i , ,s . Kip hrogans, buff brogans.
Heavy brogsns, boys' brogans,
. An assortment of ladies and
An assortment of New "Bedford nvide Slop
Clotbinr; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Toirele Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Locks,
and Harpoons, from fhtrfee k Co. and Dean
k Driggs, of New Bedf-wd.
New Bedford made Towline, Manila Cordage,
Hemp Cordage, - Rattling stuff,
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boats, 14, 10, 17 and 18 feet.
Sheet lead , martin spi kes.
Copper and Iron tackle, Copper and iron screws,
Caulking Irons. Assorted hammers, .
Assorted hatchets. Assorted files,
Brass and Iron chert locks, . A aster ' its.
Door locks, gimlets, compasers, Screw drivers.
Knives and forks Western holm knives,
Pocket knives, Bu.-hr knives, -
Ship scrapers, Rigging leather. 119-tf
JIST RECEIVED EX
3D,xxiiTx soarls. "Candaoo"
A. SCHATT, MASTER, FROM HAMBURG !
AND FOR SALE fil' THE UNDERSIGNED,
consisting in part as follows : , .
Fancy prints, mourning do, fancy printed jaconets, mourning do,
Sup. white shirting, Ku.si:i crash, linen Imperial, linen hrtkfs.
Linen liar, towels do, bed tickinsr, iringham. Victoria lawns.
Moleskin, mohair, black alpam-a, black Orleans, buckskin,
Blue and black broad cl;i. billiard cloth, haircloth.
Velours d'I'trecht. fancy printed cotton shirts, a large variety.
Wtiire cotton shirts, linen twm do, blue and red flannel shirts,
Hickory shirts, cotton, wool and silk undershirts, kersey drawers,
Ponchos, bed ouilts. white, blue, pink and yellow flannel.
Blue, red and white blankets.
Pilot cloth pantaloons, do monkey jackets, black alpacca coats,
Waterproof conts. silk nnd cloth Coats, linen drill pants.
Moleskin pants, cotton and buckskin do, blue & Mack broadcloth.
Bine mixed cotton seeks, brown At, fancy do, wool do.
Lisle thread socks, ladies' cotf m suickings, pearl white silk do,
Black silk stockings. Lisle thread do, children's do and sucks,
Lasting gaiters, hulies' and gentlemen's slippers,
French calf boots, ctton and silk supe"','rs, silk cravats.
Leghorn hats for ladiesaud gentlt'men. silk and cotton nmbrellas,
Kidderminster carpets, tjipestry do, mats and rugs, carpet bag-,
Bobbinet lace, ladies' falls, children's hooil",
Lisle thread gloves fur ladies and gentlemen.
Cotton and linen thread, sewing silk, bonnet wire, crinoline,'
Piping, stay binding, ela!C elts, dates' sfwiol cotton.
Crochet cotton, imperial pins, cnicliet needles.
Sup. Sharpe's needles, glass inkstunds, en knives, razors,
i Emhroiilery scissors, button hole do. jack knives, butcher do,
Powder flasks, bird cages. Ivory combs, curtain rings,
i Patent pencil cutters, coppered springs for sofas, saddles,
! Cotton, wool and silk fringes, cords and tassels.
Ladies dress trimmings, mull collars and sleeves, crape do.
Thread lace, em ni'lered hdkls, napkins, toys, velvet ribbons.
Velvet In pieces. Parisian felt hats, for ladies, gentlemen and
children, in large variety.
Oil paintings, ladies' necAssaires, printed cotton handkerchiefs,
Kmbpiidercd junns. mantillas, ladies' summer cloaks.
Kid gloves for ladies and gentlemen, filk do. riding gloves,
Ladies' fans, port-iannaivs, buffalo combs, feather dusters,
Tortoise shell combs, garters, bmp shades, ladies' reticules.
Black silk shawls and scarfs, black taffetas, colored do, ruche.
Artificial flowers, chenil!e, bonnet riblion. -
Blank books, foolscap, letter paper, note do, envelopes.
Wrapping paper, sand do, printing do. genuine Lubin's extract.
Genuine eau de cologne, common do, lavender water, macassar oil,
Elegant dinner and breakfast sets, soup plates, dinner plates,
Vegetable dishes, tureens, spittoons, water bottles, tumblers.
Ships' lanterns, window ornaments, gilded mouldings, cloy pipes,
Goblets, wine and champagne (classes, castors, lamp chimneys.
Swiss cheese, split peas, rock candies and drops, fruit bonbons,
Peppermint losenges, maccaroni, vermicelli, stearine candles,
Barley grits In demijohns, oat grits in do, pearl sago in do,
Cf.dflsh, indigo blue, loaf and crushed suar, sardines, raisins.
Currants. Westphalia hams, pilot bread, Bass' ale, Tennent's do,
Porter, port wine, claret, sherry, cognac gin, violin strings.
Tape and braids, powder and shot, matches, beeswax.
Polished charcoal irons, raven's duck, Russia cordage, spunyarn.
Marline, bousing, flagline, logline, sail twine, oakum. . .
Stockholm tar, pitch, rosin, Venetian red, boiled linseed oil.
English white lead, Paris green, chrome green, Prussian blue,
Bronte paint, tin plates, hoop iron, bar iron, steel, nail rod,
Iron and brass wire, wiie netting, sheet sine, gunny bags, corks,
Vinegar in demijohns, COALS, etc., etc.
HACKFELD t CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 6, 1853. 115-tf
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be bad at Koloa at
$b per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head j
and goats at (1 60 head. Also V. 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 safe and good an
chorage in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwill at the same rate as above. Also fruLs
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood alwsys on hand at the beach In quantities to salt
purchasers. (4-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
FAMILY COOKING STOVES!
ALTOGETHER SUPERIOR TO EVERT
other kind imported : BAY STATE and GREEN MOUN
TAIN STATE STOVES. Nos. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6, by the cUpper
ships u Syren" and " Mountain Wave, for sale by
113-tf E. O. HALL.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
. EAST MA UI PLAJVTA TWA", :
For sale by (36-tQ H. HACKFELD A Co.
RUSSIA CORDAGE. SPUN TARN,
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimbles,
Double and single blocks, White Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
02-t H. HACKFELD A CO.
X VANKEE AND JOHN LAND
Herrings in tins,
Le Brun's oysters,
Green peas. In 1 fb tins,
Maccaroni. in cartons,
Table salt, in 'JO ft bags.
For sale by C. A. k H. F. POOR.
A. F. St A. M.
A LE PROGRES DE L'OCEANIE
iK LOIHJE. No. 124, under the jurisdiction of the Su
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodge of France,
' r working In the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regular
meetings on the Wednesday nearest the full moon of each
month, at the old Lodge Room, in King street.
!ET Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 13. 60-tf H. 8EA, Secretary.
nUNGS ! BUNGS I
Knnn cask bungs, assorted izes,
for sale by
CHAS. W. FX.
Cabinet Maker and Tu aer,
Hotel street, near Fort.
"i sfisTkaTk RUNNING FT. OF 4xi. WORK.
M. WV ed Pine Gutter I
for sale, ex " Eliza Ac Ella."
V. II. LKWEKS.
ASES ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops, just received per " Raduga.n and for sale bv
117-tf i CV A. A II. F. POOR.
T1HE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
. leave the kingdom, offers for uilethe premises now occu
pied by himself, known as the MCssssssereiatl Htl.
Including the Subles adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of ths
Hotel, embracing everything requslte for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of ou superior Billiard
Table, In flrst rate order, bar fixtures, etc. 1
' ' ' ALSO
Tli Leaao of the Let on the corner of Nuuanu and
Beretanla streets, known as the u Circa Lot," and the Lease of
the Nuuanu Baths." ' '.
f ;; -t--T ALSO .; .fi, : v
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete. r
Honolulu, April 22, 185S. 95-tf
12,000 aa8 VAXY BREAD
,ddressed to the Publbher,
sssasssasjssssssssssasssssaBssssssBSsss , D rj" Whole oeason's . ,
' H ... 'La i Whote Season's - - II - , - if S !' f I Voyage. Catch. - .. .. UIA
, ' . 1 1 Voyage. Catch R KM ARKS. I Vessel's Names Captain. 2 j g ; - ,
Teasels Name. CapUln. ? g V 1 RKMAKlus. 1 I . 3BI ! J, Sp.Wh P WhlBooc
: : !-! IL . r !,.w-.... .... .... ..,. 0c.une.''h . .
Addison ' -.
18&0jN B '.
1867 IF H
1866! N B
1867 IN B
1867 F II
1856 N B
NeweU , v
A. Frasier, bk.
Arab - ,
Tabor . .
.... 1800!. ..
no 400 .:.
so 900;. L.
100 676 ...
1890 nar-w ..-.
Bird. M organ
11350 ;N L
1856 N L IKod'k
1864 N B TahiU
IRiM N B OchTt
1857 Grnp't Kod'k
1866 . N B
1868: N B
20 1580 .
190 840 .
lS.Srt Havre Arctic
. IRittN L I.-
;1869 Edgar lrctic
1857 N B
1866 N B
1856 N B
Cicero t i.
C. W. Morgan
1856 N B
1856 M B
15 2000 .
100 1600 .
1866 N B ,
1865 N L
;i867 H mo Kwfk
1868 N L
1856 N L
Delaraare I185S Chal
R G Spencer 18M II mo
E. i- rrost
E F Mason
Elect ra .
1857 N B
1857 F H Arctic
1867 N B
1857 N B I
F. Henrietta bk
I1S57 NT B
(1856 N B
;i857 F II
11851 N B
1357 N L
George & Susan
1856 N B Arctic
!l856N B K"il'k
'1857 N B Arctic
jl857 N B Kod'k
11857 N B
1857 Wrhm Kod'k
11857 X B
ilS57 N B
11856 N B
! 18.16 Brem ......
il857 N" L ,
130 2100 ...
100 700 ...
29 122s) j...
17 750 .. .
George it Mary
Helen Snow, bk
Austin ;1R5 Hono '
Charry '167 F H Kod'k
Schimdfe'ig lH58 Haw ;
S.ve 1857 I
Worth 1X56 N B Arctic
Athearn ;1857 N B I
Hooker jl857 N B ,
Edwards 1S57 N B i
Little 1S57 N 1
Marchant 11856 Falm
200 2100, -
Marston 1855 " II
I (- i
B-!les :i856N L Kod'k
Lyon 1S55 N B
Habcork il857 Hono 1
Starbuck :lS56,N'antk. ,
- .' I
Jason (Fr) illache
Jas. Maury fCurry
Japan I Diman
,1855 N B Arctic
11856 F II .Arctic
1855 N B
Java, bark Lawrence
Java 2d, bark Ray nor
Jireh Perry Cannon
Jirch Swift, bk Karl
;i857 N B Arctic
1857S H Kod'k
11856 N B 1
11857 N B !
11855 F II '-! t
Jno. Coggeshall Lamlk'rt '
John Wells Woodbridge 1857, N It
J A Robb,bark Bilker 1857 F II
Josephine Alien 1856'N B
130 . .
Jno Elisabeth I Lester '1856 N L
ITF Masters of Soerm Whalers are rea uested to forward full repdrts of their vessels to the
Wood, N B '56 760
Crowell, Nan '55 850
Robinson, F R '57 140
Coffin, Nan 66 1000
LawrenctN B '57 310
Potter. ;N P '55 330
fcO April, 1358, sailed from Paita to cruise "
. . . . On New Zealand
60 Sailed from Paita June 16, 1858
, . . . On New Zealand
. .. . Sailed from Valparaiso July 8, to cruwe
, . . . South Pacifi
. ... On New Zealand
....lAprU, 1S58, off-shore ground
.... At Paita May 16,1858
.... At Paita June 13, 1858
.... Sidled from Tahiti July 17, for home
. . . . Sailed from Tahiti June 16
Jones, IN B '51 1000
Crenner, jN B "66 3S0
Chase, Nan '55 600
Smith, N B'66 850
Tobey, Fal '64 1000
Marshall, W P '56 380
Dart '54 1200 .
. March, 185S, at Ratavla
.July, 1858, off Paita
N B '57 60 .
N B '57 100 ,
. . . .!At Paita Apru, 1888
. . . . 'Last report on New Zealand
. . . . bailed from Paita June 28
. . . . Sailed March, 1853, fm Talca, to cruise
200 Sailed April, 1858, fm Talca. to cruise
. ... Off Paita April, 1853
16 At Paita April, 1858
140 Off-shore ground
. . . . ! At Talcahuano March 28
....'At Talcahuano April, 1859
. . . . Sailed fm Talca. April 10, to cruise
500 At Paita July, 1858 .
E. UB. Jenny
K. A. Luce,
Brit '66 2S0 .
IN B '66 300
Nan '55 1350
F U '66 650
I N B '56
N B,'55 550 . . . . Last report at New
N B '57
N B '54
N B '56
F II '56
....Tuly 26, off and on at Paita
... At Guam July 25, nothing this season
60 April, 1858, off Paita
. . . Julv 25, 6 whales; lasTfrom Manila
120 At Paita July, 1S58
. . . On New Zealand
...'Sailed fmm Tahiti July 18
N B '65 1015
Dart '55 600
WS '65 660.
. At Tahiti July 20
900 .... June 10, at Paita
40 .... 1 March, at Paita
200;.... j Sailed from Lahaina
(Champlin War, '58
Rl & 11 ART,
P BALERS IS , ' .'
WINES AND SPIRITS,
T THE OLD WINE STORE, under A. J.
L Cartwriuht's, offer for sale : .. ..
Brandy in kegs and barrels - '
Brandy, Martell's; '
Brandy, United Vineyard Proprietors;
Rum in kegs; . ..
Jamaica Rum In cases; .
Genuine old Scotch whisty, in 1 do cases;
Monongaheht whisky, in barrels and kegs,
Fine old Monongahela whisky, In one dos cases,
Hollands gin In cases; f
-' Fcheidam gin In cases; :
' ' Wolfe's Scbeidam schnapps; ' .''
Stough ton's bitters;
ClareU of different brands;
' Hockheiroer -Sauterne;
. Champagne, pirta and quart, different brands;
Sherries, pale and brown
Fine old port;
: ' ' Byass' and other brand of ale; . r- . -
Skip StresH elsity free. 37
ICE ! ICE ! ,
PER - MOUNTAIN WATE" f
A TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,
JsrJ f 18 patent Briunnla Ice Pitchers.
3 Silver Plated Ice Pitchers,
. . . ( 18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sites, - ;
" 12Cpright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels,)
, . 2 dosen Patent lee Cream Freesers, ass'd sixes,
' 18 Water Coolers.
24 Ice Cream Moulds. . . .
The above lee and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, are expected about the 20th of September, and are of
fered for sale by the HONOLULU ICE CO.
113-tf . C. IL LEWERS, Proprietor.
EASTERN LUMBER. V
PER ELIZA tt ELLA, A SELECTED
assortment of Eastern Lumber, consisting of
Yellow Pine Flooring, Wot ked.
. Spruce do , do . do. . . .
'Half Inch Matched Celling, a superior article for House aax
White Pine worked Partition Boards.
Wide Coffin Boards, Shingles, Laths, and a general assort-tM-it
of BUILDING MATERIALS, selected by the undersigned.
"vi""v, sf . I
.11 u .onttiho . lerr.hajrit or WJAaiesniDS amviii u "" -V .
TV 111 ci 1 Tv ty a ar itvv'.u'iv t
Ochotsk, June, clean , , .
Arctic, August 25, whales '
Arrived at Honolulu Utt o . 4 X -
Bhering's Straits, August 23, 400 wh . - "
Ochouk, June, 3 whales t '
A rr LAbauia sepi t ; m ccij a ii ...
Arctic Aug 27. 4 whales
Ochotsk. June. 260 wh -
inn Tool An Umminiii iiw 21 1 s'ld Aus 25 to cruise on A . z.
1300 16000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 16i sailed Oct 6 fcr Sew iana.
Ochotsk, June, clean ' .-... i j
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale - . '
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale ' .
Ochotsk, June, clean ' ' '
Arctic. Aug 16. 4 whales
Gore's Island, Sept 12,450 wh
Ochotsk, June, clean
Arctic, July 28, 3 whales "
Off Bonis Islands, July 16, 1 smalt whale :i -. -AixHic,
Aug 10. 1 whala ,
Ochouk, June, 200 wh . . ' ,, . .
Ochotsk. June. 600 wh
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4; sM Sept 24 for Kew Zealand
Arctic, August 22, 4 whales 300 bbls horn nap. Ill
Ochouk, June, 2 whales
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 v
Arrived Honolulu Aug 22 ; sailed Sept 2 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 22, 4 whales', gone to New Zealand
Ochotsk, June, 300 wh a - ' V -i
Ochotsk. June, clean . - :
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3s ski bn uonoiuiufor lit sept It I
Ochouk, June, 2 whales
Lahaina, Sept 6, clean; sld Sept 16 for New Zealand
Ocbtsk, June, 100 bbls
Arctic, Aug 20, 4 whales .
Spoken August 1, entering Bhering's Sta, 460 bbls '
Ochotsk, June, clean
Ochouk, June, 600 bbls
Ochouk, June, 600 bbls
Ochotsk, June, 2 whales
Arrived Honolulu Sept 4 '
Ochotsk, June, 300 bbU
Ochotsk, June, 1 whale
Arr at Honolulu Sept 6: sld Sept 25 for N B
Ochouk, June, 300 wh
Arctic, Aug 22, 1 devilnah
Ochotsk, July, 3 whales
Arctic, August, S whales
Ochotsk, June, clean
16000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 15; sailed Sept 25 for home
Ochotsk, June, 3 whales
Arctic, July 16, clean
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 2
Arr at Honolulu Aug 5; sld for S Z Oct S
Arctic, Aug 15, 1 bowhead snd 7 Cal greys
Honolulu, Sept 11; sld Sept 16 trom Waimeafor N Z
Ochotsk, April, clean ' ' i
Arr at Honolulu Sept 22; sld Sept 23d forN Zealand
Hilo, Sept 1; sld Sept 17 for New Zealand
Arctic. Julv 20. 3 whales
Ochouk. julv. 1000 wh !l
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1, gone into the merchant service
Arr at Honolulu Sept 2; aid Sept 20 for New Zealand 1
. Ochotsk. Mav. clean !
5000 1 Arr Lahaina July 31 -, s'ld Aug 21 for N. Z. and home
I Arctic, September, clean I
. .... I Arctic, July 20. clean
7000 j Honolulu, Oct 3; sailed Oct 10 for New Zealand
25o0 Arr at Honolulu July 27; sld Aug 1 for New Zealand
Arctic, July 18. clean J.
1000, Lahaina, S?pt 25: sld Oct 5 for New Zealaul :
.- Ochotsk, June. 2 whales
I Arctic, July 18, clean
OchoUk.June, 400 wh
Arctic, August 22, 4 whales . -
Arctic, September. 6 whales
Arctic, August 26, 1000 bbls wh
Arr at Honolulu Sent 3: aid Sept 6 for New Zealand
Ochotsk, J une, clean
Arctic. Aueust 28. S whales
Arctic, Sept 10, (900 and 200 from Napoleon III) '
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale, 2 ripsacks 1 muscle digger
OchoUk, June, 3 whales
.M 1 . . . .
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale
Lahaina, Sept 18; sld from Honolulu Sept 30 for home-1
Ochotsh, July, 4 whales with her tender
Arctic, Sept 6. 3 whales
Arrived nt Honolulu Oct 12
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12
.. 750 11600
.. 1000 10009
Arctic. August 25. 9 whales
.! 700! 7000
Arr nt Honolulu Sept 16; sld October 6 for N Zealand
Ochotsk. June, clean
Arctic, Aug 25, 6 whales
Ochouk, June, clean
Ochotsk, June, 700 wh ' ''
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale, 1 rlpsack
Soc. Islands; Hongkong ; Hakodadi, Japan,
i . I Whole
"3 j Amount.
m j Sp. ,Wh.
Gen. Scott, Daggett,
Greyhound, bk Cathcart.
Golconda, Howland ,
N B'57 60
F II '55 870
N B'66 1350
Nan '56 700!
N B'55 650
N B'57 240
N B'56 1000
N B'56 750
N B'66 600
N B '57 250
Hero, " ;nolly,
Henry Taber, Ewer,
Ilecla. bk. Smaller.
1 Hiawatha, Ellis,
I Hope, 'Gilford,
N B'56 1050
blander, Starbuck, Nan 56 180....
J. A. Parker,
Ramsdell, Nan '55
135, . . . .
r 'j 1 1
Matilda Sears, Wing,
Mary Wilder, Barker,
Mermaid, bk, Howe,
Mercury, " Hey den,
Morning Star, Norton,
Minerva 2d, Swain,
W P '65 1260
N B'56 850
Nautilus, . Swain. N B'55
400 . . .
Nantucket, Gib' s, Nan '55
Narraganaett, Gardner, Nan '66
Niger, Jernegaa, N B'56
Norman, ,Ray, ,Nan'65
By .he twi Hudson's Bay Company.
TINMAN'S IRON WIRE, assorted sixes ;
Fencing wire, linseed nil, turpentine, white lead -Black
paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch ' '
- Grocenes, perfumery, stationery ;
Sheathing copper, assorted sixes ; composition nails, do
Anchors and chains, nt ihelowrat msrUrl rattr
Iron, assorted sizes ; hair brushes, blue cloth cap ; ' .
Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratline ; -Assorted
onrdage, tarred and Manila ;
Stilton cheese, bams, Byass' ale. sherry, port, brandy
Geneva sauce, preserved meats and vegetables ;
Abermthy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits. .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERT
Including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
. ; , ;) i and harness), r; - ; ', ;
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE. '.
Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and hose t -Green,
blue and white blankets ; "
Long Cloth., various qualities ; madapolams ;
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, muslins ,
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill ;
Linen drill, cambric handerchlefs, silk do, book muslin ;
Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacca ; "
Black princetta, do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk ;
White silk, barege scarfs, broad cloth ;
Silk mantles, new styles ; cords and tassels ;
, ; i Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls r
White vesting ; green, white, blue and amber Jenos ; -Blue
flannel, printed and plain barege ;
Gold lace, to 14 inch ; combs, Ac., c , ke.
CANDLES, Isa wrrstt vnrlety; 82-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to the Honolulu public the following, on the most
rersonable terms : ' t ,
CORAL STONE! , -In
any quantity, for building and other purpose, at so much'
each. In the rough, or Dot squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Step and Door or Window Sill
and Cap, with smooth surface, cut out In any site to suit.
Llaae, Fire W ,
Bssllaat for Vessels, ' s . k
Hides, SssceBtaJtlaia, Hraa, ke. -lOT-tf
..A.i 30 .... .fc.. .... ...... Ochotsk, June, clean ". I r7n.
1000 ............. Ocbouk. June. 3 whales , . . .... v r. 'trik
I .n. I . . . ' - ., m u e . 1J Km 7m1,ivI I 1ATK. DK 1 I rVniul - HOW i -
I I .Ull niBHfi A r. .nuinn a z mm ' sum v n ms.m ,. I
I HIE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARC
. srwndro Qanigos," eonslsttof of
360 tss) Stem sat Csali,
X tsM SsiltBwtrc - -
rApptr.ttt: j f j i . L; H. AHTH0N.
. Or so i . ,C sWABUMNO.t
... V a "a.
r' f 1 - -
L C Richmond
I 260 100
1867 N B
1856 N B
1856 N B
187 N B
1857 N B
Long 1 1 '
Mary k Susan
,1867 ls B
1867 N B
1857 N B
M errimao -Mctacozn
(1867 N B
H in Is
1867 N 9
Comstock 1868 Hono
1H67 N B
1856 N B
1866, N B
1866! " -1867
1857 N B
1864 S U
1867 N L
1866 N B
Murdock 1866 K B
Morert - h 865 Havre
Wood 1858 N B
C rand all 1866 Stngtn'
Hand (1867 Grnp't BrBay
v'l(fr ) ,
N in) rod
X 8 Perkins
Uemnstead 1RA7 N L. I......
Grandsaine i860 Havre Arctic
Chapel 11855 FH
1856 N B
1857 F H
' 26 .
1865 N B
1855 O P
1S55 N B
-1BJM N B
ivt N B
1857 N L jKod'k
!1857 B j......
' Root. Morrison
185a n a .j
,1857 N B '
ft856l Edgar .Kod'A
i!856 N B ! Arctic
Sarah Sheaf, bk
!l857 N B
11856 N B
;854 C S
1856 F n
1856 N B
1856 F H
j St Ueorge
L. B. King
II noutn seaman
j South America
,1856, C 8
I Three Brothers
I Thos. Dickason
I Thomas Nye
1856 F H 'Kod'k
'1856! N B
11857 N B
! Timor, bk
I Tenedos .
18561 N L
1857 N B
Ville de Rennea
Warren, bk. .
W C Nye
Wolga . , .
I Young Phn?nix
Publisher ol this List. Letters addressed to him and left at Monganui, M. Z.; Tib;
and other ports, will be forwarded by first
. . . . Last report at New Zealand
.... April, 1S58, off Tombea
. . . . May, 1858, off Paita
150 June 24, b lat. 30, W Ion. Ill
. . . .'May 21, sailed from Paita .
. . . . At Guam Aug 5, 6 whales -
. . . . March 20, at Talcahuano
. . . i May, 1858, at Tombe
.... Off Paita J une, 1368
. . . . Last report on New Zealand
20 March 27. sailed from Talcahuano
350 June 12, 1S58, at Paita
Ph. de la Noye Gardner,
-At Gallipagos Islands
Sea Shell, bk. Ware.
Soph.Thornt'n N ichols,
Statira, bk. Luce,
May 6, 1858, at Talcahuano
May 2, 1868, at Paita
Last at New Zealand
: March, 185S, off Paita
rnperior, bk, ;vooa,
25 May 29, at Paita
20 April, at Paita '
. . . . March, at Paita, clean
50 June, 1858, at Tombe
) ' V-
April 12, at Bay of Islands
220 Off Paita June, 1358
,... M ay 20, at Gallipagos
. . . . March, 1853, sailed from Talcahuano
. . . .! April, sailed from Talcahuano
Cn. States, bk
Valparaiso, bk TUtoo,
Virginia, bk, jPeakes,
....Arr at Honolulu Oct 3, nothing this seassb1
. . . . May, isai, at t'aita
... On New Zealand ground
Wm. Lee, Slocu
Wm. A Eliza, iCroc.
May, 1853, off Paita
May 21 at Paita
Last 00 New Zealand
Aprii, 1863. at Talcahuano
Bonin Isls, July 20 nothing this season
Young Hector, Hag er.
At S All. S A. VI DG E ' S ,
KING STREET," NEAR THE BETHEL CHURCH.
WESTPHALIA HAM1, SMOKED UAMSl
Sugarurud Hams. Fresh Lard.
Yarmouth Bloaters,' '
English Itairy Cbnese,
California, Cream Cheese,
Brown Sugar, ,
Light Brown 8 agar v
Crushed Loaf Sugar,
Loaf Sugar, . .
Carolina Rice, '
China Rice, ,
Scotch Oatmeal, .
' , Arrowroot, ' j
Fresh Corn Meal. '
White Beaoa, ,
Assorted Meats and Soups,
Fresh Oysters, . ;
Fresh Lobsters, -
Fresh Clams, V '
Fresh Salmon, .
Assorted English Fruit,
, Assorted English Jama,
Assorted Kngllsh Jellies. '
.Assorted English Sauce,.
Assorted English Pickles,
. English Green Peas,
French fruits, in syrup,
, French Prune,
.French Olives, , , . .
' French Mustard, ;
French Capers, -Sardines,
small tins, ,
Sardines, large tins, -Assured
Assorted Spices,' '
Durham MustarJ, '
' Currv Powder.
Chutney, v , : .
. Fine Oolong Tea, !
rtne Bouctmng, ,
. Fine reea Tear
- Fresh Roasted Coffee, -
K Green Coffee,
Assorted Crackers,' ,
Assorted Scotch Biscuits ! ;
Bait Water Bom,.
OodOsh, . ,
Anchovies,- "' - ' ? s
Baleratus, - ,i
Yeast Powder, ' i
Fine Table Salt, .
Bath Brick, ' - i - i-
' Currant, f 1 j, j - -t
" Raisin, . : a; -v , f:
Citrou Peel, .. '
Rnliinsen's Groata, '
CarbooateefSoda, v' i r
kiu . . Ac. s:e. '
rrench ureea Pea,
vrntte wine vinegar, -
Malt Vinegar . , ,
, Cider Vinegar,
Fresh Peaches, In tin.
Fresh Quinces, in tin.
R Csjtree, gvaeAx)! lai tlsta,
wr.ssiipt-ai u sw. -&w-iv '
FOR SAT..E OR HIRE! "
VERJ SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate er Wooden Beds, and PHCLAN8 CELE
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, aU eompleM. Aksor
hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax,
E, racket, tto. Apnly te
tJssww-swtsB fMism '.VMAAlfl ttft O Hrvf sm. a
-,... - - 0
OchoUk, June, dean
. .; . i ....
Arctic July 20. 1 whale I
Arr at llilo Sept 5; sld Sept IS for Ke
Lahaina, Oct t .
Arctic, Aug 16, t whales
Arctic, July 20. S whales -
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 5
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12 " '
Ochotsk, June, 2 whale
Ochotsk, June, 1 whale
OchoUk, July, 1000 wh'
Arr at Hon. lulu Oct it will repair
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12
Arctic, Aug 26, 6 whales
Ochotsk, June, S whale
Off St Paul Aug 26, 6 whale
Arctic. Aug 16, 2 whale
Ochouk, June, whale
Arctic, Aiifuat, clean
Lost In the Arctic, May, 1868
Ochouk, June, 1 whale
Okhotsk. July. 1000 wh
Lahaina, uct z; ski rroto uoooiuiu Oct 11 h
Bristol Bay, Aug 13, clean
arrived i unoimu ua . ,
Ochotsk, June, 1 whale ' -'
On Kodlack, July 20, 9 whale . j .
uuihu, atone, sw ouia j
Itvtii Anff IK IrV. htSla t
OchoUk.June, clca ' l
Uls.l.a Bant 11 sal I fnwM IT as a. I ' , .
ii'wwmns waw t Mwwsa ssa h ajn it fe
Arctic, August, 6 whale I '
Arr at Hilo Sept 4; sld Sept IS for New lej '
cooiis, wuue, clean . ... 1
Arctic, Aug 20, 8 whale
Arrived Honolulu July 30 sld Aug 19 fay -
Ochotsk. June. 200 wh
Arr at Honolulu Sept 18; sld Oct 6 for N u
OchotsV, .Tnne, clean
Arr at Honolulu Sept 1; sld Sept 23 lor .N ;
Ochotak, June, clean
Ochotsk, June, clean ' " .
Och -k, July, 1000 wh V
Arr at Hon lulu S-pt 16: sld Oct 11 to cms1
Ochotsk, June, 1 whale (
Arrived nt Hil . Sent 20. dean 1
Ochouk, June, 2 whales f
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Arctic, July 3L clean I
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3; sld Sept 10 for NrW
Arrived f Honolulu Oct S
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 11 '
Ochotsk, June, 500 wh "
Spoken n Japan, July 20, 1 whale
Ochotsk, June, 4 whales
Ochotsk, June, 300 wh
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 10
Arrived at Honolulu Oct S
Ochotsk, June, 3 whale
Arrived at Lahaina Sept 22 '
Ochotsk. June, 400 wh
Aug 25, 8 whales (1000 bbls)
Arctic, August, 6 whale
Spoken August 6. 1 whale
Arrived Honolulu Aug 17 aid Bept 3, Cleat
Ochotsk, June, 1 whale
Ocbouk. June, 30 bbls
srctlc, July 20, 1 whale
Arattc, July 20, clean
Ochotsk, June, 3 whsae
Arrived at I haina Oct 4
Arr Honolulu Aug 1 1 sld Aug 17 for S.lsj
Arctic Sept 6, 1100 wh
Arr at Honolulu Oct 13
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 8) sailed Oct lSssa
O hotsk, June. 30 bbls . .
Last report at New Bollsnd. April 11
;n b 'ooiooo.,
Last report on New Zealand !
Msv 6, sailed fm Talcaboauolte
Nan '65 1800.
B '67 ,
Mhi New Zealand, clean i
Off Paita June, 1868 l
N B '57
April, 1868, sailed from Tskatw;
April, 1H68, off rait
60 May, 1868, off Paita
..jOff-abore ground, 1868
N B '65 800 630 June, 1868, at Tomb
N Bj o
At Ascension July 20, 1 vsu
N B '65
N B '65
on New Zealand
April. 1858. sailed from Tilesta"
Ou New Zealand
On New Zealand
800 Off Paita, May 21
i-ast at Tahiti
On New Zealand
B '66 II80!
Mune 10, off Paita
At Ouam July 20, 4 whsks
Anrll. 1R5. sailed from TsJcANpf
April, 1858, sailed from Talal';
1 ftal W a. 1DCO n8 IUm TlHst.
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July A, suited from Tahiti
January, 1858, South Pacific
N B,'65 660
(June, 1858, off Paita
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Whalemen's slop ctothing,-vii i -
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
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Bast yellow June butter, la double psckst
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