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wbich Moaot Vernon has beea purchased, as
ni from the Philadelphia Enquirer, are u ful
f . - J - ?'
18.000 CO cash paH to Mr. John A. Washington.
47,000 00 to be pud on tbe first of January, 1869.
41,066 08 to be paid on the 21 of February, I860.
II.606 M ta be pai l on the 231 of Pehmary, 1861.
il,666 6d t be paid oo Uie 22i of February, 1862.
I deferred payments are to ctrry interst from
full, the proviso of obtaining possession at any '
by thirty days notice, when the Association is
, and does pay ttie enure nmnut of purchawe
Tlie 18,000 have been paid to Mr. Wash-
and the sums now in the treasury of the
- .i . .
tion, contnoutea uy private persons and
bodies, and gathered from tbe lectures of Mr.
t, are autfcient to meet the January payment;
means necessary to meet the interest on the
and the three 8uUjeiueut payments, are yet to
I Moniteur announce that the Governments of
V and England have come to an understanding
e Porte with reference to tbe recent horrible
at JedJab, with a view to due reparation.
nJuct of tbe Ottoman authorities will be
in.iaired into, and all guilty persons, of
er rank, will be punished according to their
Indemnities, payable oy the towns who have
t share in the massacre, will be given to all
ffereJ, either in person or in property.
remarked mat ineroourjr was taken on
8th, 1758, by an English fleet, commanded
1 Howe, and that on August Oth, 1868, an
fleet, with a grandson of Lord llowe (Admiral
tie) as second in command, toot tbe Queen
Und to Cherbourg to dine with the Emperor
f 'reach in the harbor.
Jane Lloyd, the greatest of English heiresses,
married to CL Lindsay, the " hero of the
mao was iucky enougn u get uuic uuwiao
Ved into the colors which he carried without
tag one into his own body.
IParis Cnictr says : A great nation should
boldly avow its acts, and never permit them
represented. Let as proclaim aloud that
fine has Deen ereaieu dj nosuie leeungs
England, and that otherwise its creation
lave been unnecessary."
Jews of London intend to present to Lady
II a boudoir suite consisting of a table and
virs composed of solid silver, as a mark of
se of the obligation they we to her nusoana.
)AL IIAWAIIXS TIIEATEK.
UIETOR, - - - - GEO. II. INCE.
lnolher Sew Piece I
:VEXIX, THUtf DAY, OCTOBER 21.
a he printed Mm. A. C. M. Ritchie's play of
yli Z Or, the Peer and the Peasant.
T eiclu.le with tbe farce of
n at I o'c-' Curtain rises at irerisely.
VV GOOD -MEXICAN SADDLES FOR
at TrrT fc.w rvKr, ry
C. A. k II. F. POOR.
THE COLDKX FLEECE?
Wool .Merino Rams for
A VERY FIXE SELEC-
fi two ctn now be made at Lnuziwla, Spen-
I err t Co., Lihue. Hawaii, fty of
P h:h are p by the matchless ram
i .." whre sire. Ly ibruinska, stands unrivaled in the
A rrowinr. Aatralias. his rJeece weirhinir in the grass,
ruAy cfean. sixteen pound of the finest quality.
:ka' was purchased by James Aitkin, Esq., for '-iO.
, m ntf-ira iu Hoooluln unler two years old, his
k'hinx thirteen pounds. His present fleece challenges
ala. Sf arrr Si Co. having just received per
k liermany. some pure Saxons, can now dispose of part
kportl pure bloul stuil Merinos, bred by the greatest
k breeder, Jnv- Aitkin, Ksq and having made ar
te 4 to import the purest animals reeardless of expense.
ill do weil vi rive their orders and grow the tioldcn
3 W GOODS'
. T. lliTEllllOIISE
VX HAND. AT HIS WHOLESALE
RETAIL FIRE-PROOF KMPORICil. corner of
Kaahomanu streets, tbe
pi Jlot Kitenoive Stock for the
nd Trade T.wev Offered Here !
'ites Conntry Storekeepers to inspect and onler.
TERMS QUICK !
fSES OF YP.W PRT.VTSt
I " a w WW A at A a w aw a
I Consitiua; 4
PiP nd Red,
k and Yellow.
Lilac aad Red,
Canary and Red,
Riding Dres Prints,
Orange Sc. Green,
r Pwterns of which are entirely Xew, and sel weU.
Iimwi, Sheetings and IMIU;
"kt, scarlet, blue and
white, various sizes, and
W.TIBrr IS 1at UXHKCT.
iukt TarWuis style, enlisting of Oentlemeo's
site, tujcy colored and hickory stripes, and I nder-
Cases Plain Turkey Red,
-"aes Figured Turkev Red.
p-.vuitl.tlCIIIEP3. ennsitini nt Silk. Linen, and
, . .
" ihiuks, ana uxtua UawlkerchieU.
k Mffwl rt..m K.I . rvtlDri ma
f oe Sheeting.
I English Saddles.
es American riaililles,
rase Blue Cotton.
Cases Jot Coats.
Cases I'ik t Pants,
Cases Moleskin pants,
1 Bales Ticking,
Cases Figured Orleans, " ;
Cases Plain Alpacca,
- Cases White Sheeting, -Cases
Cases Charcoal Irons,
. Cases Tobacco,"
Cases Blue Irirfl.
Seats camphor Chests
f-r Victoria Lawns.
perfme Clothing I
raieita. Paals. Vests. erk Tiesw
Jl, Cass, fcefce.
Y XT CARRIAGES AND CHAIRS,
POTS AND SU0ES, variocs,
I SUNDRY HARDWARE,
NICE CHILDREN'S SOCKS,
CUTLERY, .. '
p"LVS AND SILKS, tariocs.
SCARLET AND GRET UNDERSHIRTS,
TWATER AUD ENGLISH SOAP, .
ES THREAD, NEEDLES, ETC.,
yED DCCK FOR CARRIAGE TOPS,
rrrroics, coach trimmings, etc.,
WARE, ETC., HOLLOW WARE, ETC.
I tOO HsBi.rnn. A Trnnkl trim
J. T. WATERIIOTSE.
Ita far th Marsjaeaata asia
s Apply to
AJtCtLLE.NI Jf'lLTEREK. Tat A an nab-
barrel that is sound, sweet and clean; bore an inch
note near; the bottom of one side; in which Insert the
end of a piece of three-quarter inch lead pipe, ten or
twelve inches long, the other end projecting inwards
and bent upwards towards the middle of the cask,
and in the other end place a common beer faucet or
stop-cock, from which to draw water as desired.
Have rendy, suy one bushel of 500.1 hard wood char-
coju. und Hie sinne iMiit;ty clean, fine gravel
out limes-tone from the ftnems-r of co:u-sc sand, unto
41.A - C 1 .
" py"". '"' " not clem, wuiili it till no dirt
win appenr m the w;itei lJreuk the chui-conl to the
size of walnuts .ind wnaJIei , then mix it evenly with
tue gravel; next cover the K-tu ui of thec isk tlireeor
iur incuts thick with this mixture, pounding it
down firmly. Next take a clean garden flower pot,
of large size, (say two gallons,) and place it bottom
upwards in the centre of the barrel, on top of this
layer of gravel and coal, and over the end of the
lead pipe. Then take a piece of small sized one-
quarier or tnree-eight lead pipe, and place one end
u.u.y iuw me noie in me Dottom or the flower pot
(now uppermost.) and bring the other end through a
hole near the top of the barrel, for the pnrpose of
UUj.iUUg an 1UW) ine space tue nower pot. Now fill
in the spnee around and above the flower pot with the
....iUrc ui cuui idu grarei, ponndmg it firmly down
as you proceed, till the cask is about three-fourths
mu, men place some thin flat stones (not limestones)
n top, and the filter is comnlMp
The water being poured in on top. passes thro the
the gravel and charcoal, by which it is purified, and
enters the chamber from which it is drawn by the
faucet, as required; the small pipe admitting air into
the chamber to supply the place of the water while it
is ueing urawn out.
This filter is only designed for rain or soft water,
and will serve for constant use a year or more without
renewal; dui II used lor hard water, the charcoal soon
loses its virtue. When first nut nn. th nti-
from tbe filter will have an alkaline taste, which
appears in a aay or two.
m: io ni ii ti ii:
NOAV LuVNDING EX
And for Sale by the Undersigned ,
320 dozen ALLSOPP'S ALE. IN QUARTS.
120 dozen do. do. IX PINTS.
300 dozen MARZETTE'S ALE. IX QUARTS.
Id dozen do.
80 dozen BARCLAY &
do. IN PINTS.
200 dozen BASS' CELEBRATED PYRAMID
BRAND, IN QUARTS.
121-tf RITSON Ac HART.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AT KEALA-
kckua Bay, Hawaii, is prep.irt to furnish Shi with
Salt and Fresh Beef. Sliet-n. Onat. I'oullrv. irhih atul
bwcet l"oat.r, etc., etc., equal to auy on the Saiiwk-h Islam Is.
Kealakekoa, Dct. 1S58. I21-6m
Nail, aha lulu Water Lots !
rfHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. ai)jnteii agent for the sale and lease of the
be to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Simulators
and others t-i this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fTed In lots at reduced rates and on ileral and convenient
Wans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the nndersirned at Robert C. Jauion's Fire-proof Buildings.
N. II. Early application should le niade for choice Iyits.
W. U GREEN,
A rent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 185S. . 121-tf
Ice ! Ice ! Ice !
PER MOUNTAIN" WAVE "
y4 fmfm TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,
mrF J IS intent llritannia Ice IHtchers.
3 Jjilver Ilated Ice Pitchers,
IS chest Refrigerators, asorted sizes,
12 1'priht do do ds
10 Tank do (for Hotels)
2 dicen Patent Ice Cream Freezers, ass'd sizes,
IS M ater Coolers.
24 lee Cream Moulds.
The above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, have jiLt teen received by the above ship, and are
fered for sale by the IIONOLCLL ICE CO.
113-tf C. 11. LEWER?. Proprietor.
FEATHERS ! FEATHERS I
ER EMMAW AISMALL. LOT OF Su
perior I Ion net Feathers, of various kinds and colors.
Also, Fancy Ribbons.
At wholesale, by
C. A. i H, F. POOR.
E Clampsns V. !"
"jaj-OTICE IS IIKRKBV GIVEN THAT THE
1 next Reeular Meetinr of this onler will he held on next
MotkUv Kvenine, at X o'cloclc, at the Hall, over Ir. McKibbin's
Irue Store, on Queen street. Resident anil transient Brothers
re respectfully invite,! to attend. Per rml-r N.O. H. Vii-lt
USE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB
servatioiu, and every hrao'.-h necessiiry for an accomplished
Narizator, taught in the most thorouh aud praetirsl manner,
by DANIEL SMITH,
119-T.m Residence, Kukui street, opKeite Mr. Lewers.
IASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
Brarnly Fruits, daily expecteil to arrive per clipper
ship "Pyren," tor sale by
119-tf C1IA3. BK(.nt.R, 2D.
BREAD ! !
HO V R L. V EXP ECT ED pe" M Syren,"
60 Casks Bread, in whalemen's eatka,
10O BrU Bread,
100 Cans Wafer Bread, a new and superior article
F'r sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER,
1Lf A NKETS.
Flannel and Hickory Shirts, to arrive per clipper ship
ror sale rv -CHAB.
RE PROOF PAINT.
Kaolin, 10 brls of each.
to arrive per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
ll'Xf c jias. biikv r-n. zd.
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON Na. 1 CRCSII
Half boxes East Boston Granulated Sugar.
Loaf Sagar, hourly expected to arrive per clipper
ship Syren," for sale by
119tf CnAS. BREWER, 2d.
YELLOW METAL.COMPOSITION XAILS.
OSES YELLOW METAL, assorted sizes;
30 boxes com position nails;
60 kegs do . do.
119-tf - For sale by CI1A3. BREWER, 2d.
HOOP IRON, fcc
HOOP IRON. SMALL SllEM
Rivets, small sizes.
119-tf For sale by CHAS. BKKVt r.it, a.
IVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
for sale by (119-tf) CHAS. BKtttfcK, -jo.
i ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FELT,
i new article, for sale by .
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
SMALL BALES, best quality, to arrive soon per
M. clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
BOILER AND SHEET IKON for sale, to arrive
shortly per "Syren," by
U9tf CIlAg.-mtrSVr.a, p.
COOPERS' PUNCHING MACHINES.
COOPERS PUNCIIINU MACIIl.K,
Coopers' Truss Hoops, hourly expected per clipper ship
" Svren." r or sale ny
FORCE PUMPS, assorted sizes, latest patterns, witn
hose and fixtures complete, hourly evperted per clipper
ship " Pyren," ' sale ny
9-tX chaw. fiKLHts, -o.
SUPERIOR N. Y. SPRING DRAY,
with Harness complete, Ibr sale by
H9.tf C11AS. BHE.n EK, ZD.
HOURLY EXPECTED, PER "SYREN."
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH
Harness and Rasset Leather,
f-hiL(ren' Carrtasea. various patterns, mr saie ny
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CO I LS. assorted sizes, made to order, daily ex
pected per clipper ship " S'yren," for sale by
' CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
CASKS, assorted stoe, to arrive per "Syren,"
For sale by
' - - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
rm Ml REE 5 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, to- arrive
JL per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
119-tf CTIA8. BHEnKK, ZD..
IX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, asssorted widths,
hourly expected per clipper ship - syren, for sale by
U9-tt CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
COZZENS' . PJaLE SHERRY. -
.f'lOZZENS' PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
a imirtert-rsaier.y . ..
J.J i J h rJ
B. C. ll'BCXR.
j. c. iinnu
' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
AUCTIONEE H JS .
-. V ; ' AGENTS OF THK
Rexalar Dlapaleh Liaeof IIoalnla PacLeta.
I'xrticnliir attention uiki to forwanliup and traiuhipment of
merchandiiur, sals of wbalemen's bills, and other excliange, In
aoraiice of tiierclmndise ami sjiecie under open policies, supply
ing a lialtrlii), ch-irU-riiiK aliii, etc. , "
47 and 4f Califoraia. street. 120-tf
REFER Ttl !
Captain James Makee, Honolulu; Captain D. C. Waterman,
nenolulo; Messrs. Oilman & Co., Lahaina. 120-tf
THE GREAT HAWAIIAN CHALLENGE
will be accepted upon the following terms, vix: Race, half
mile heats catch weights umd the oM WaikikI Course, Ho
nolulu 6 $500 half forfeit. Any horse from Hawaii will be
allowed $100 In tbe event of his defeat; or, if the match is made
for $1000, h shall receive $100 before he starts, to pay his ex
penses; or the undersigned will trot anv horse from Hawaii in
harness, any distance, for $500 to $300 ! JOK BMART,
120-2t To be heard of at the JJUick Horse Hotel, Honolulu.
Warren's Water and Fireproof lloofr.
AGENT FOR THE NEW ENGLAND HOOF
ING COMPANY Has received an invoice of
Roofing Materials per "Young Greek," '
lET And Is now prepared to supply tl.ose desiring to purcliase.
Supar and Molasses,
71 ROM THE
A for sale bv
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf
C1IAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST
ket rales, by 1119-tf J
CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
1UKEX IN EXCHANGE POR
on favorable tenim.
& H. F. POOR.
Fairbanks Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbank' Patent Grocer's Scales.
AH sizes of the above for s-ile by
B. W. FIELD.
T E LLO W M ET ALSII EATIIING. asst'd siaess ,
tofnpoNition Nailx, fnnu the manufactory of Crocker, Bros-
ti Co, For sale by
B. W. FIELD.
rwiHE UNDERSIGNED would c;.ll the aTTsxrioxof
JL of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
w Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Oilice, (next to the
Post Ollice) a here he is Ukinu Pictures a liirh, for elegance of
style and softness of tone, cannot lie excelled.
lieinf! iu constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals, ic, he is
prepare! to tike Pictures with all the latest improvements.
IT Picture? taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rulilier, kc, and warruuted to frire entire satisfaction.
N. R. The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
ll-tf W. F. ROWLAND, Artist.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS I I
JUST RECEIVED per " Young Greek," from Boston,
an assortment of Chairs, consisting of
Bay Stiite office, Ladies1 Dining, Wood Seat office,
Baltimore Cane, Ijifayette do,
Hull Top Grecian Gold Strijie, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
Cane Back Nurse, Wod Seat, Children's Rocking,
Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, &c, kc, kc-,
For sale by
119-lf j .A. P. EVERETT.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
duly appointed by the Hon. J. Wight, Local Circuit Judge,
2-1 Judit-ial District, Hawaii, as Administrator with probate of
Will annexed of the Estate of James Fay, late of Waimea, Ha
waii, notice is hereby given to all persons having demands
against said Estate to present the same to the undersigned at
Waimea. on or before the 1st day of December next, and all per
sons indebted (o the same are hereby requested to make iinmc-
U. K. LIN USE Y,
Waimea, 9. K., Hawaii, Sept. 30, ISM.
UHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
I appointe.1 Adiuinistrator on the Estate of John Reed, late
of Honolulu, deceased, respectfully notifies all parties having
claims against said estate, to send in the same on or before the
24th o. November next; and all persons indebted, to make pay
ment without delav. J. W. MARSH,
Honolulu, (let. 8, 185S. (120-4t) Adm'ron Estate of Jno. Reed.
WHIFFLETREES. CHAINS, &c.
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES & CHAINS,
Extra sized Harrow.
For sale by
11 W , CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
WHALE LINE, &r.
For sale bv
CHAS. BREWER, 2i
OAK PLANK, Kc,
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hani Pine Rails,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2n.
H AND. and to arrive, per "Syren,"
Bars refined Imn,
Bundles Nail Rods.
Bundles Norway Shapes,
For sale bv
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
UNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON.
Kegs Rivets, daily expected ir clipper snip - pyren,-
for sale nv
J19-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
RAVEN'S DUCK, &.C.
AND HEAVY RAVEN'S BlUK,
Li Rockport Cotton 1'uek
V. S. Pilot Buck,
For sale bv
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
SPRUCE AND PINE LATHS.
Whitewood frmrds. For sale by
n-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
. LU3IRKR NOTICE.
rpiIE PUBLIC IS INFORMED THAT WE
have a large and extremely well assorted stock of LUMBER
iu Yard, to which additions wiU be made by vessels shortly ex
pected, and can offer d vantages to purchasers not to be found
elsewhere in the city. Please call before purchasing.
C. A. A 11. F. POOR,
SUPERIOR LOT. IN HALF BOXES, FOR
sale by (120-tf ..
C. A. k H. F. POOR.
GRAFTON 4-4 BLEACHED SHEETINGS,
for sale by - (120-tf) C. A. k II. F. POOR.
CALIFORNIA ONIONS, PER FANNY MA
JOR, for sale by (120-tf ) C. L. RICHARDS k CO-
SA N FRANCISCO BUTTER, WATER,
Sugar, Picnic and Soda Crackers and Jenny Lind Cakes,
per " Yankee," for sale ny
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
O BOXES, 25 LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
II IF White Soap, per " lankee," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOXES CRUSHED SUGAR,
Half bbls. Crushed Sugar,
Half bbls. Coffee Crushed Sugar.
From the San Francisco Sugar Refinery, per " Yankee," for sale
by (115-tfj C L. RICHARDS & CO.
OAK BOATS, &.c.
NESTS OF OAK BOATS on ham!, and to arrive,
For sale by
119 tf CHAi. BREWER, 2d.
KEGS, of 21 gallons each, fur sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS, large size, to ar
rive per " Syren," For sale by
119-tf ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
JLr men of sizes, per Young Greek, by
W. N. LADD.
T ANCE POLES, to arrive per "Syren," for sale by
JLj 119-tf . . ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BARRELS PRIME PORK, to arrive
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES: -
tie' ' for7safc t y . tl
BEST SHAVED WHITE
Cedar Shingles, per " Harriet k Jes-
112-tf I C. H. LEWERS, Fort St.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE.
ENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATEK
For sale by . J IW4-H
YEW TCO.. TltTf
TWB W GOODS !
1LUE, BRISTOL BRICK, ASS'D NAILS,
xiuni s nanniea axes, cnarcoai irons, wrougnt spumes,
Axe handles, row locks, whalers' spades.
Firmer chisels, gouges, files, planters' hoes, bog tines, :
Buck shot, chisel handles, knife cleaners.
Safety fuse, bead and moulding plane, .
Carpet hammers, blind hinges, wroaght oalh,
Peine 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,
T Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tacks, '
Spirit levels, tea trays, horse brushes, and cards, ' "
Ox.bows and ox yokes, corn sltellers, grain cradles,
1 1 oase paper, assorted, pod and oenterbits, . -,
Kuameled dnck for carriage tops, new saddles,
Finished grindstones, grindstone fixtures, - '
Lead pile, , 1. 1J, 1. and 2 inches,
Douglas pumps, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, guarded lanterns.
Brass screw rings, nest trunks, nail rods,
Glazed sash, 8x10. 10x12, 10x14,
Doors and blinds, , 1 inch and 11 inch hose, " .
nair cloth, curled hair, feather pillows,
Looking glasses, bush and grass scythes,
Heavy log chains, cast steel picks,
Sliding door locks, mortice chisels, brass cocks, ass'd,
Iron braces, bags shot, scotia and bead planes,
Pick handles, jack axd smoothing planes.
Try and 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, 303, 404,
Curtain rings, owder Casks, ivory handled knives,
Kgc beaters, Ely's percussion caps, silver thimbles,
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchets, boys' axes,
Porcelain picture knobs, razor strops and razors.
Zinc washboards, wheelbarrows, hay cotters.
Tinned spurs, harness leather, - '
Harness, Japan, brass and silver mounted.
Buggy lamps, sclur lamps, assorted, solar wicks,
Britannia lamps, shovels and tongs,
Extra handles for Eagle plow No. 2,
Flat Swede's iron, assorted,
inch and 9-10, square, Swede's iron,
i, I, inch round iron, nests buckets and boxes.
eing.e and double bedsteads. . .
. Dry Goods, &c.
Extra skirts, rattans, Scotch diapers anil napkins, .
Printed jaconet muslins, fast colors,
Turkey red prints, small figure,
Fine prints, white ground,
Curtain cord, paper, cambric,
- Ladies' and genu' L. C. handkerchiefs,
Child's and misses' white hose,
4-4, 6-4, 6-4 and 11-4 sheeting,
Brown drilling, brown cottons, ticking, etc..
And a great variety of Goods, in store aud to arrive, for sale by
113-tf ii. U. UA1 L
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
rsnilE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED!
K from Boston, by Uie YOU NO GREEK, an addition to his
large and desirable stock or
Hardware and Cutlery!
Comprising the following articles : Folding harrows, cast steel
D handled garden spades, long handled do, cast steel shovels,
square ami round point; potato diggers, bog hoes, glue, whiting,
garden shears, bush hooks, steel sludge hammers, charcoal irons,
A large assortment of pocket knives, cocoa handle knives, 5 to
12 inches; kiuves and forks. ,
Cross-cut saws, wool saws with frames complete, blacksmith's
screw plates, dowelling bits, gouges, plumbs and levels, black
smith's vises, wooileu bench screws, bodkins, scratch awls.
cooper's chisels, grindstones of assorted weights, awl and plane
handles, brass dividers and conijuisses, doxwooii rules, coppering
punches, Imx chisels, mallets, tiles and rasps of superior quality,
Cords and Twines.
Hemp and Manila cords atul lines, cotton do, seine twine, cot
ton and linen wrapping twines, nsn lines, all sizes and qualities.
Fine lath nails,
Heavy T hinges,
Improved gate hinges,
A iudow springs.
Upright rim locks,
Night latches, 2 to 6 keys,
Brass and iron padlocks.
Improved blind butts
Stire door locks,
Colt's revolvers, extra nipple for Colt's revolvers, India rub
ber enrry combs, large and small paint brushes, ftowder flasks,
measuring tapes, bottling wire, halter and trace chains, emery,
cloth and juiikt; roller buckl.s, breechiug rings, rat traps, alba
ta spoons, charcoal furnares, gridirons, waslitioards, bed screws,
wrapping paper, petticoat lamps, tinned spurs, wanie Irons, etc
IlU-0t W. jN. LAUD.
Royal Haw aiian Agricultural Society.
E ANNUAL MEETING OK THE ABOVE
named Society, for the Election of Olhcers, will be hekl on
the 231 of tlctolier MOS, at the Court House iu Honolulu, at 11
'clock, A. M.
A full and punctual attendance of all voting members Is re- I
By onler of the Board of Managers. E. O. HALL,
118 tt Recording Secretary.
mAY IJjmiER YARD.
FflHE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
M the public that they have opened a
1j V .11 B E It YA U !
ON THE MAXIM PREMISES,
Corner of Mndita Ken nnd Marine Streets,
Where will be found the best assortment of LUMBER ever
brought to Honolulu, viz .
1 inch Fir Boards,
i do do do,
1 do do Flooring.
Fir Sraallinx, n good nuMrlmrnl, TiaJ
2x3, 2x4, 3x4, 3x3, 4x4, 4x.
While Cedar Boards) from Part Orfard,
Admitted to be far superior to Eastern pine for carpenters' ami
joiners' use, and also for boat boards, comprising
1 inch Boarls, extra c.ear,
i do do iln do,
i do do do do,
1 do do rough.
For side at grkatlt kkiuckd pricks, bv
118-tf C. A. k II F. POOR-
IS . J . SMITH,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFV THE
public that he is now preimred to furnish all kinds
r.;Tf, of COFFIN'S, aud superintend Funerals, attheshort-
w-.: epi iinnjr. rrom iiic long i .xjitrricot. uu iiiui uwi iu
the business, lie trusts that he may give satisfaction to tliosewho
will favor him vith a call. Ready niaile pine colli ns always on
harsl, fnan $4 to $10 cherry and kua do., varnished, $10 and
$25 ; koa do, polished, $25 and $40. Koa Lumber on hand and
for sale at his sho, King street, nenrlv opposite the Seamen's
N. B. FURNITURE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and disuMch. HS-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
a Copartnership for the transacting of a General Commis
sion Business, under the firm and style of D. C. WATERMAN
We especially solicit any business connected with the interests
of the Home Whaling Fleet, iu the consignment of supplies, fur
nishing of funds, sales, or purcliase of exchange, oil, bone, gen
eral merchandise, and the procuring of freight, etc.
V. V. WAIKKMU,
117-3m JOHN F. POfE.
Views of Honolulu !
LLL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
It mem' Virws mf Honolulu to their friends abroad.
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Hubits,
Customs', etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be bad of n. BLKUtS',
118-tf Merchants' Exchange.
F THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL
vertiser bound and for sale price S.
112-tf H. M. WnrTNEY.
New Goods ex " Candace."
Ladies' Lisle threat! luce stockings,
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 furniture,
Embroidering silks, do scissors, button hole scissors,
Linen damask table napkins, crochet cotton.
Crochet needles, with fancy ivory holders and cases,
French flowers, satin bonnet wire,
Elastic hair pins. GEO. CLARK,
I16-tf Hotel street.
White Lend. ,
TUIE SUBSCRIBER IS CONSTANTLY
receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
aad Na. 1"
White lead, ground in the best boiled English oil, and is an
tborised to contract at lower prices than the present market
rates. " "
, J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu. June 9, 1857. 60-tf
II AX ALL FLOUR.
BRLS; BEST IIAXALL FLOUR,
daily expected per clipper ship "Syren,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY OF
fera his services in tbe adjustment of accounts, collection of
bills, etc. Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Sale, Agreements, and
other instruments, drawn with accuracy and dispatch, and oo
moderate terms. OlTice at Uie " Sailors' Home."
115-tf . UKO. nlLUAMD.
. SHIPS ACCOUNTS. - . -
STERS OF WHALESIIIPS WHO Die
sire assistance in the making np of their accounts, will
please call oil the undersigned, who will give hit immediate at
tention to business entrusted to. hira. Office at the "gaiters'
Hou." - (115-tf J GEO. WILLIAMS.
. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
. , J " " .-.
TDK FIRgt CLASS EXTREME CtrPPlA
y Youngr Oreek, :
4o6 Tons, Captain HORACK S. TAYLOR, liavingVigaged a
I", 'portion f her freight, will be dispatched fur 8AK FRAN
CISCO OCTOBER 85 ta. Has accommodations for
Six Cabin Pasaengers.
- .For freigiit or passage apply to
12-2t . IU COADV 4: CO.
FOR NEW LONDON DIRKCT ! :
V THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP r
Elizabeth F AViUetts,
. HOLMES, MxtTEK, v
. ' . .'Will have "immediate dispatch tor the above port-
,' For freight or passage, having snperior accommodations, ap
' ply to" U9-tf . C. A. WILLIAMS t CO.
AT LAHAINA FOR NEW BEDFORD.
TUE Al CLIPPER SHIP
CHARLES MASTER, COMMANDER,
Is daily expected at Lahaina, and will load oil and hone for New
- 119-tf ' - - OILMAN k CO.
FROM LAHAINA I "
For New Bedford Direct!
THE FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP
Toun, commandeil by captain E. C. SOCLE, will load Oil
and Bone for the above port.
For freight apply to S. H0FFMEYER.
Lahaina, Sept. 25, IS 58. 118-tf
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
Vj THK CLIPPER SniP
1071 Tons, Captain ALLEN BAXTER, wiU have despatch for
For freight or passage, apply to
118-tf R. C0ADY & CO.
- FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
. Will have immediate dispatch for the above named port.
. For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations, apply
to 117-tf A. J. CARTWRI GUT.
FOR BREMEN DIRECT.
THE DANISH CLIPPER BARK
Can dace, A. Schatj, Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above port. - Advances made
on Consignments. For freight and particulars apply to
115-t MELCHKR3 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 best 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 Ships ANGLO SAXON,
MARY ROBINSON ami GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-tf D. C. WATERMAN k CO.
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March, May r June,
September and December.
or further particulars see special advertisements in daily
paers of the above months.
tor freight or passage to, or draits on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
07 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
rtu B. W IKL.t,
Ibmolalu, 8. I.
E. W. Field,
Sutton & Co.
Cook Si Snow,
Freeman & Co'
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
33 x n n ess.
On tbe 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
L vlT i uuru siairit, ssuin awcricat
'TWS . . - ft .
Canada, and Europe,
CONNM TISiU IN NKW TK WITH THE AMKalCAS-KlKOPKAX
FKESd COMPANY TO ECBOFIC.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, hekl from the best
Insurance Companies In New tork and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters firwardd Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valaraiso, and all the prhu-ipal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers"
leaving Panama on the 14th and 2itth of each month.
TT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatrh.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcel, to all parts of the .
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
- The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo ft Co., San Francisco or New York. . Also
Wells, Fargo k Co.'s franked I.. 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
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
Jus Arrived from Liverpool,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
P O R T E U A .
Bales fancy prints, bales muslin, a eomplote assortment blankets;
Alpaccas, plaids, figured lustres, Orleans, Brussels carpet;
Velvet carpets, black doeskin, velvet rugs, blue twilled flannel;
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas, silk umbrellas. Victoria lawns,
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchiefs, regatta shirts;
Fancy shirts, white shirts, superior white shirts, jean shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment of clothing, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, silk thread, assorted men's and women's shoes;
Reefing jackets, pilot coats and trowsers, lancy drills;
White sheeting, brown hollands, linen eamhric handkerchiefs;
White damask table covers, huckaback toweling, white drills;
Shirtings, madapolams, grey domestics, fine and good white calice.
60 tons rice,
Casks bottled ale and porter,
Hhds draught ale,
. , - Crates earthenware,
Cases fancy biscuits,
. An Invoice of Roak ill's English watches,
6 tons fencing wire,
S small iron safes, 5
2 copying presses, "
Assorted hoop iron.
Assorted round and square iron;
20 boxes IX tin plates,
6 sheets lead, -
English white lead, paints and oil.
Also Received via San Francisco:
Serg and flannel shirts,
On If nnd :
Liverpool and St Ubes salt,
English groceries, pie fruits, pickles,
English brown soap.
Slates and fire bricks,
Anchors and chains,
Saddlery, etc., etc
And a very varied assortment of Dry Goods and Sundries.
. TT An Invoice of NEW GOODS is expected shortly from Ban
Francisco. r108-tf ROBERT C. JANIO.
BEEF I t
BARRELS MESS BEEF, to arrive per
" Syren, For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d. -
BARRELS OIL SHOOKS. to arrive
per clipper ship " Syren," for sale by
. v ... . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
. 119-tf ,
PITCH AND TAR.
BARRELS of each, to arrive per clipper ship
Syren." For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
JUST RECEIVED, per 'Young Greek," from Boston,
and for sale by the undersigned, an assortment of M A R
BLoESLABS, with Brackets. . . A. P. EVERETT.
ILDERS NEW STfLE FIRE-PROOF
safes, with powner proor wesa, rewivtu per juuug
O19-0 W. N. LADD.
FRESH RAISINS, '
'HER YANKEE, IN 1-8 AND t-4 BOXES
Jrjur alejy.. Ijltfl -JJU.RICIU&Da.t CO.
CLAPBOARDS AND LATHS.
PINE TO-FT.) DRESSED ! CLAPBOARDS,
Pine Laths, per "Mountain War."-- - - :
112-tf. f. II. I.EWEBS, Fort Street.
. Dry: Goods, &c.i &c.
FRIDAY, OCT. 82, at lO 0'Clsek,A. H,
.-. . " ;y At Sal-'S Raom, will be sold .
Dry Good. Clotlitng, Toiuoco,; , . - . ,
, Pkklea, Vinegar, Brogans, Gaiters,
Ketchup, Oysters, Saddlery, Furniture,
" ' " - Nails, aud General Mercliandise. .
Sloop at A lie tion
' TO-JlOttllOW !
FRIDAY, OCT. 2S, AT 12 O'CLOCK, M
At Charlton Wharf, wiU be sold a , .
Sa&l NEW FAST-SAILING SLOOP, .
Of about 10 tons burthen, copper fastened, sails, anchors, and
TUESDAY, OCT. 28, AT tO O'CLOCK, A.M.,
At Sales Room, will be sold v
Merrhaadiae Gcarrally, ex Reeeat Arrivals.
Carj?o Sale !
THURSDAY, OCT. 28, at 9 O'Clack, A. M
At the Ware Huise of J. J. C ARAN ATE, Esq., on Marine
street, will be offered tor sale, the entire and very desirable
Cnrpo of Brig Harbor I" . ?
Especially selected for this market, and consisting in part of a
. . -.. x superior assortment of - r .
Coats, Pants, Shirts, Dry Goods, Riding Hat, Hosiery, Bro
gans, U altera, raper, crocicery, Lager neer, etc., etc.
TERMS LIBERAL. ' 1 T - "
EW GOODS ! EW GOODS !
From Boston. Dlreot t
AND NOW FOR SALE.
BARRELS CAROLINA RICE;
1 bale cloves;
" 5 bags pepper;
1 keg nubnegs: ,
10 boxes corn starch;
60 kegs split peas;
10 half bbls currants;
100 half boxes raisins;
100 quarter boxes raisins;
100 boxes Winchester's S. W. soap;
10 boxes saleratus, (1 lb papers;)
500 quarter boxes sardine.;
20 cases " St. Cair" and " Cpbrn's" tobacco 8's, 100 Bis each
a cases Bweei urange cavendish" tobacco 100 lbs each;
6 cases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 20tts ea:
20 half boxes double refined loaf sugar;
60 half bbls do do crushed sugar;
6 No. 4 whalemen's cam booses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. 3 favorite pattern " Roger Williams" stoves, complete,
wun pipe anu nxiures uie best pattern ever Imported into
Honolulu for family use. ' Over 400 stoves have been soil
by the subscriber, and in no case has any complaint been
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
62 dozen 2 lb tins oysters best, put up expressly for Honolulu,
laaen irora ine sneii wiuun tea days. or sailing of Syren."
20 doz 1 lb tins oysters;
20 doz 1 lb tins green corn; '
20 doz 1 lb tius fresh clams; -
40 doz 2 lb tius do do;
20 doz X lb tins lobsters;
80 doz 2 tb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring;
10 doz cans (1 lb) raspberry Jam;
10 doz cam do strawberries, preserved;
4 doz preserved peaches, (2 lb cans);
8 doz apple pulp, ' do;
20 doz Verdale olives;
60 doz 1 lb cans assorted soups;
20 doc 1 lb cans soup and boulhe;
10 doz 21b cans chicken;
10 doz 2 lb cans turkey;
20 doz 2 lb cans assorted broths; -
6 bbls cider viuep.ir;
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
60 doz denim pants;
12 doz red flannel shirts;
10 doz blue do do; -
3 doz grey do do;
25 doz each linen drill frocks and pants
23 doz angola gents' half hose;
22 dos do ribbed - do;
6 cases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
6 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
5 bal'js Suffolk extra heavy denims;
6 eases Shetucket blue drills;
3 bales Pepperel Bro do;
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 lb blankets all wool;
2 cases extra Cue satin jeans;
100 rilling saddles, (complete);
10 doz charcoal Irons;
25 doz heavy handled axes " Underbill's";
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests Hingham boxes;
50 nests covered buckets;
10 doz 3-hoed painted pails;-
15 nests (8 in nest) do pails;
20 bags shot;
5 cases stout brogang;
400 16, 17 and 18 feet oars;
50 bolts cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Wine, nnd Spirits.
60 10-gallon kegs Monongahela whisky;
60 10-gallon kegs N. E. rum;
60 10-gallon kegs American brandy;
10 cases Boker's bitters;
60 cases champagne cider;
60 doz pints Albany ale;
60 doz do do porter.
Ex "Mountain Wave.
800 gallons best boiled oil;
- 75 Tenisee riding saddles complete;
2000 lbs navy bread;
60 half bbls crushed sugar;
25 half boxes loaf do;
25 eighth casks American brandy.
Ex " Young Greek."
150 16, IT and 18 feet oars; '
1 coils ea. Manila rope, 11. 1J, li, 2, 21, 2, 2,3 in,
30 bales cotton duck, Nos 2, 3, 4, 6, 0, T, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
40 Bis Prussian blue paint;
10 fbs chrome yellow do;
60 lbs chrome greeu do;
10 tbs Vermillion;
10 lbs French blue;
- CO charcoal irons;
5 N. 4 stoves u Roger Williams;
5 bales hops;
2 cases hops, 1 lb papers;
. 100 bbls extra prime pork;
200 bbls Gallego flour;
11,000 tbs pilot bread;
23,000 lbs navy bread;
100 tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new Goshen butter;
25 half bbls new apples;
116 small cheeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raisins;
200 half do do;
100 boxes 8. W. soap;
6 casks Xante currants;
25 Wits No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (20 lbs) bags table salt;
15 cases Dixon's half tb tobacco;
50 boxes champagne cider; " .
60 boxes porter pints 100 doz;
10 bhls old Bourbon whisky;
10 lOrallon kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
20 6-gallon kegs do do t do;
80 2-gallon kees superior and extra whisky;
10 octaves "Rivierre" brandy;
10 do " llnet Castillon k Co. brandy;
5 qnarter casks Duff Gordon" pale sherry;
25 Iwles gunny bags; -i
44 dos grey flannel shirts;
9 do scarlet do do;
4 doc blue do do;
30 dos denim pants;
32 doz denim frocks;
, l.'l hales Amoskeag sheetings 4-4 brown;
5 bales do drills do;
10 bales Otis denims;
7 bales Cordis drills 4-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 half bbls hide poison.
(ET For sale to arrive, on liberal terms, by
lOS-tf J. C. SPALDING.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AGENT
ibr the sale of Lstaist. Kpeacer tt
(;.' ami R. C. jrnuims'a llatwatiimsi
Packed Beef, has constantly on hand and
for sale BEEF of the alwve well known aud approved brands,
which he offers for sale at ihe market rates.
P. S. This Beef is packed at Waimea, nawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
the 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, 1858. 114-Uaol
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS !
JUST RECEIVED PER FANNY MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small Invoice
of Da vies k Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts . They are selected se that we can nt almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 per cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every resect over any others in the market at present.
illUUbUAIM tt UAUFBKL.Ls
100-tf Tailors, cor. King It Fort St.
THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE
undersigned, carrying on business at Kawaihae, under tbe
firm of D. R. VI DA k CO., is this day dissolved by mutual eon
sent. All claims will be settled by I. R. Vida, at Kawaihae.
II. R. VIDA,
WYMAN STILES. '
The business of the above will be carried nn as usual solely by
Kawaihae, August 14, 1858. 11 5-2m
" Harper's Weekly."
NOTICE TO SCBSCRIBERS-SCBSCRI-bers
to HAarro'a Wkkklt lLi.rTaATRD Nawsrapsa, are
notified that the Club List for 1 858 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 other I'laixls may be enabled to make their
remittances in season. Such names only as are prepaid will be
lorwarded. The terms to those embraced in the Club List are
S2 50 for Osie Year' Safcaeripd X
Each subscriber having to pay. In addition, tlie Hawaiian pest-
age. This is one ot the cheapest papers published, ana gives
more general satisfaction than any other, which, may be Inferred
from the facttliat it has nearly two hundred subseribera s these
Islands. , - 111-iuJ 'J, Address IL IX. WHITNEY.
. aYAMES-LOCKWOODr -
Tin'and Copper Smith,
-v: --.rT LAHAiNAf MA.ri. pnrr w
ITT AU work in his iine wfU be' execwteA with iwotaUosss. and .
1 - "4n a wnrlmanlike manner. ' ll-f
F. COLBURN. j .
BY A. P. EVERETT.
Cargo Salcslex " PofteEa.-'.
.-..d. this DAYj'
THURSDAY, OCT. 21, at 10 d'ClawIA.M
At Sales Rooui, will le sold,
A General Assortment of Carco ei IIsrL
..Porteaa,,. from Liverpool. . ".
. Flowers, Shrubs, &c. '.'V,
SATURDAY, OCT. 8S, at 19 0CIek, M.
At Sales Room, wilt be sold, tnm tlie Oaruea of the
HAWAIIAN AGRICLLTI-RAL SOCIETY.. .
Arbor ViUrs, Catalpas,
Hedge Aeacias, several speeies," -V
Cassias, several species,., i
.. ." Etcetc, etc.
General KlerchandLse ! '
MONDAY, OCT. SO, at lO O'CImIu A. Mm
At sales room, will be sold
Dry Goods, Clothing, , , r
- , Furniture, and general wAt.
Merchandise ! Klereh asdis !
WEDNESDAY. OCT. CT,at lOOVUek A.M
At Safes Room, will he sold, -
A Great Variety of Merehaadise.
Real Estate ! Real .Estate ! "
WEDNESDAY, OCT. ST. at IS OVIork, !.
On the Premises, will be sold at Public Auction, all that pir.r
of LAND on the mauka side of Beretanla strest, havtng a Iron;
age on said street of 124 feet, next to Webster's Livery StM-,
upon which are -, . ...... Vf
Three Large, and Habstaatial DvreUia?
Ilonses I ';
One of winch is a HatrL .
U" Sale positive, and Title Fee btmple.
CARGO FOR TnE FALL SEASON.
CHARLES BREWED, Cd,
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO OF
the American clipper ship
Expected to arrive in September from BOSTON direct. Dales te
. arrive win ne made.
Bales denims, (Men's hose, .
Bales ticking, ' (Men's flannel shirts.
Cases light flannel, . Grass doth and linen coats.
Bales heavy sheeting, -,. Hales blankets. .
Boots, Shoes and Leather. !
Cases men's thick boots, .Cases men's drab Cons;. fsoota
do do brogans,
do do coat brogans.
do . do do, enameled,
do do do, sewed, I
Oak, harness, russet anil
do do pal. lea. strap shoes.
Cases English aauttard, '
: do black pepper,
do sun. capers, . ;
Boxes salad cream,
do red currant jelly, 1
do cranberry Jam.
Half kits tongues and sounds,
Half boxes codfish, -Bbls
Boxes tobacco, assorted quallt's
do martinoes, ' "
do boiled beef, . :
do do mutton,
de assorted meats,
do cauliflowers. .
Baskets olive oil.
Boxes green peas.
Cases water crackers.
do oyster do,
Half bbls dried app!e,
.Cases refined lard,
do preserved vfgetabUs,
250 bbls Haxall flour,
60,000 lbs navy and pflotfbread, In whalemen's cssl
Bbls nary bread.
Wafer bread, in cans,
250 bbls prime pork,
200 bbls mess beef, -
Cases assorted sizes sheathing metal, t
Kegs composition nails, assorted size,
Full assortment cotton duck. '
Hard Ware and Naval Stores. '
Bndls KB 5s iron hoops.
Tower bolts, i '
Casks iron ship spikes,
Bbls pitch, ,
Kegs rivets, 4 to os,
Boxes charcoal irons.
Boxes copper tacks.
Bars best refined flat iron.
Bndls nail rods.
no itorway snanes, i
no tar, j-
do rosin, ' '
de fire proof paint, .
Bndls assorted sq refined Iron, '
Bars do do do j
Sheets boiler iron,
do soda ami.
Cases alcohol. Boxes beeswax,'
BMs bright varnish, Bbls chalk.
A full assortment of Manila cordage, from inch to ft Inches
(kills whale line, hawsers, 7 Inch, , . . .,
Whale boats, 1000 bbls oil shook.
Bales gunny bags,
Casks Cumberland coal,
iCases nil cloth.
Bbls sail twine.
Whale boats. . .
lOak boats, r .
Boxes solar lamps.
Common cha Irs.
Cases palm leaf hats.
do enameled cloth,
do children's caps,
do curled hair.
Force pump aad hose.
Cases boys' hats.
signal bells. . -
do umbrellas, .
An assortment, consisting of
Oak, hickory and ash plank,
hite pine boards,
Spruce plank, - '
Clear pine clapboards.
Bundles pine laths,
114-3rn i Shaved oedar shlnflrs
Ji2 -1 " VA1TTC Li g.I f
- AT THE
COR. MERCHANT AUD TORT STREETS,
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen Furnishing Goods!
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS IIAVE ALL fiEEX SEL
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of Uie wants of the UonoitJa public and th wkalinf
fleet, and having been purchased at 14)W FIGCKE8, Wil ka
sohl at MX'CH LOWER RATE8 than have ruled In this market
in past years. . Cltisens and Strangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. 8. k M. 8. G&INBAUM.
Honolulu, Sept- 9, 1858. 115-tf .
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE J
PlJtLOA SALT WOniXS!
THE UNDERSIGNED IS READT TO FTJa
nlsh to Butchers and Packers. In the largest auantiUea.
a very snperior article. aoriL to tub saw laronts salt, and
at a price to DEFV COMPETITION r For terma. apply to
DANIEL MONTGOMERY. .
115-m . - . , - - . Ponton Salt Works.
. .. OATS I OATS f r i"
NEW CALIFORNIA OATS, SELECTED,
and warrauted equal to the best in the market. Just landed
irora uie - riylug uart," and for sale B noantlttes t aust, by
0. A. k U. T. POO K.
TEA t TEA
POCCHONG, SOUCHONG AND OOLONG
Teas, per " Yankee." Home of these lea are very supe
rior. Vat sale by fll7-tfl II. PIMOIID.
RIGGING LEATHER. -
HAND, AND TO ARRIVE PER "ST-
W ren," SO sides Klgging Leather, for sale by
PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
BBLS. TO ARRIVE PER "SYREM,"
hourly expected, for sale by
. V. triUDIQ.
ALConoL, eo per cent, over moor.
CASES ALCOHOL. CONTAINING S WIVE
gallon tins each, for sale to arrive per "Syren," by
llft-tf J. C. BPALDUIG.
PITCH AND TAR.
r-Tk BBLS. OF EACH, TO ARRIVE PER
'Syren," for sale by
J. C. 8PAIDINO.
NAIL RODS. ' ".; J.
A N ASSORTMENT OF DESIRABLE SIZES
A received per I oung Greek, by
W. N. LADD.
. SUPERIOR ARTICLE JU9T RECfHV-
1. cd per achr "Flying Dart," in small packages, bbuams nr
family use, aud at a reasonable price. - -
118-tf C A. a H. f . FOOB.
THRESH COVE OYSTERS, OLIVE OIL, -BJ
Pickles, hams, Ooshen batter, saterataa, -
Cometl beef in kegs fnr family one, cheese, sack flow.
On hand and tor sale by -
2-tf -A. P. ETT5ETT.
mjAVT BILLS ti' WHALER BILLS taken at
m the lowest rates by A
. ,-. July 1, l-tt . ry ,. MWsTEl aJAXIOX.
ir'i'urV-'Vi aleulkV ''J:T
J" UST RECEIVED EX'"RAnrOa?LstFT
of Falkirk ALE, In riintsj? deaan hi fVflMi f
- lT7-tf ' . immA'fr . 4f A. H. Jr. POOK.
v- e.?t A JI AlIBUrTrAHtwv-"0 4
. X PPLT TO . V t:X. Y""kV,
AllS-lB - 1 , i On Kna street.
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