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jonimercial Advertiser. pffiyBB3vssfKY.
Tb Atlaaii Caktlc '
BT was. a. a. Vasa.
Shoot, Albion ! ahoot o'er the aea,
" Jo Cohunbia! Ur-reacbinc hore
ghoot back again, land of tbe free
Yaw tooj ta one Joint jubilee, .
Xhdogtt wide ware between yoa may roar.
Down, down, in the mthomleas deen,
A tutfBway far tboofht ye hare made,
Orer maay a bright coral ateep.
0er fraree where loot marinera aleep
The path tut tbe Uhtninj laid.
The East and the Wert clap their hands
The Islea of the tea ahaU rejoice s
Light tpeedeth to tur-distaot land,
While the past time listening stands
Till the coming ah all otter its voice.
Wour lines shall go forth to the world ;
I Yoor words to the ends or the earth i
Vji the banner of Christ b unfurled
Thererer the blue wares are curled,
On the mors of millennial birth.
Vben about tut yoor white cliffs shall riog,
And fling every flag to the breese :
Aluft our proud Kagle shall swing
To the song ye exnltuigly sing
In nnisioo ott tbe seas.
All baa ! to Old Eugland once more !
And hail fair Columbia to thee :
May a chain erer bind shore to shore,
Till time shall itself be no more,
And there shall be no more sea.
Christian Adooeatt .
friend is like a shadow on a dial; it appears
weather, bat raniahes as soon as a clou J
W Smith says there are a great many gocd
tans in the world witboat the oil and tup-
kuM that a man who is hang does not pay tbe
nature, but simply gets an extension.
is a schoolmaster like a cooirmaker? Be-
k ojes rattans on bottoms.
JIcitiplicatio.. Why is twice eleven like
bn li'X.vuse twice eleven are twenty-two,
Ice t :n are twenty, too.
c to the Torso. Jerrold said to an ar-
lun? gentlem tn. who barned with a desire to
tuelt in print, lie ad rued by me, young
nt ttke down the shatters before there U
ag is the winJow." , .
Baaixs. Stys the Aa'oerat: Oar bruins
enty year clocks. The angel of life wimls
jp once for ail; then closes the cases, and gires
into tbe hand or the angel of the resurrec-
bhin, we hare occasionally seen a big pike -
g a bait, and evidently weighing tbe chances
retting a good dinner and btn a good
lie should hare been able to weigh very
kelj he had so many scales.
Thus Powcas. The following modern sen
I just now current :
Press. Pol pit and the Petticoat the first
h the news, the second religion, and the last
h all over the pavement.
price, of the Louisville Journal, is a fatnons
kper satirist. Here are some of his sarines :
Bdchanan professes to be treadinir in the
of the earlier Presidents." In 1861 he will
jnt "make tracks" on his own account.
editor of the Wisconsin Democrat sneaks of a
Vhere he iays " brass coin passes as money."
H better emigrate there. There his face would
be "good for a drink."
Hoabt the editor of the Southern Mrcury is
bat a dog can make a band red better
tub his tail any day.
Charleston .Vrrriiry says that its party is
I all the uu.
.upeciaiiy patriotism, we
or lawyer hong himself in Mi!wtakie last
Hating hai no eauwt, he left no effects.
Old Hcx o a Casra Belli.
fctice has tried bow aptly and well he
iij mue nis jokes on poor Mmirur Belly S
I ao firr French frentleman seems tbe more fit
I oat oral bott ef Prentice's wit.
V." T Old Honza. Whoax tonrM thMw'a n nrh on.
'at Prentice, fur years, been a buu of Old Boaraoa "
- Bottom PoH. '
J was in France, and with a Frenchman
is enthusiastic on the sabiect of the Anzlo-
alliance. lie said that he was proud to see
iisb and French such eood friends at last.
H'Tat! the best thine I know between
and England is the sea."
Viid that one of the editors of a New Orleans
Vn after COmmpnino tn lim ft rrininr
. went to see a pretcher's daughter. Tbe
be attend! meeting be. was considerably
led at hearing the minister announce as his
rrcsT for the Cable Dixweb. A'corres-
of the X. Y. JEJeeitJie- Pott proposes the
f.QCATOB. "An imaginary line, which divides
Ji.ablk.A real line, which, unites it,"
Tou hare a new baby at your house ?" says
Ltm. iu a, iiiiie cmiii
patting up ber
w -J Cj
l it does the
baby eat, my dear ''Vqaoth
ts mamma," replies the precocity. ' '
1HT HK KXCW Bmci A liftlA hr, n
in the morning, was introduced to a 'now
n tbe shape of a baby sister. After glancing
the baby and then at bis sick mother. th lit.
W suddenly turned to bis father and said.
I should thought you would have known beU
n to bring this baby here when mother was so
d unable to take care of it."
et office clerk in Chicago came near drowning
er evening, and was asked by a companion
le thought about daring the critical period.
Vht about," said he, "I was thinking what
Kning papers would say about it," In ex
fn of bis singular remark, it is said he was
brigia of the pugilistio phrase " lam," is diT
I in the following passage from Scott's Peceril
Pa," chapter 42:
I'bort, the tumult thickened, and the word
rto pass amoor the
r.1 them," a cant phrase of the time,
rrm the fate of Dr. Lambe, an astrologer
rCK. WOO Wil LraelravZ Awl kaa kaa4 tW. HkkU
f ' the First's time."
WOMAS. . ' - ' '
W,kf? fj svoneht wo to all mankind.
Old Adam called her wiao s
"beo she wood with love so food.
He then pronoaneed it voHaaa.
with folly ad whh pride
-T"' anehnnda' pockets trimming, -The
ladies are so full of whins
That people call them whim-men.
UD Dogs. " Ynn'r. nA r kt: i
r. tsunk to his neirhbor. -Nn iV " r..
I never vu nam"-.i u ii. :.i
, " - U, MM
r yoa are a hanDw dor" A iivnrt Hrr.
t- Blank, in addrestiing a married man,
a bate a wife, sir?" "Tea. sir a wife
children." Indeed,"' said Mr. Blank.
happy man.. "Why Mr.. Blank."
B 01 the Com Dan v. " roar remarks to the nn-
and inarrierl am tr. M-nfl; annswhat
II not at all, sir. There is a difference in
ts. Please tol more ohsnrinr. air. I
n who bad no wife was a happy dog
man who bad a wife was a happy man.'
conflicting, sir rjothunr at mlL I know
!leyxata MThy, the chess player, had
jtoe German player Lowenthal, about five to
I more, bat tbe London journals are not content.
wk Mr. Morpby pUys well for so young a
are not quite satisfied. with his playing,"
jowever, understood . that Mr. Stanton, the
.ngiish chess-pUyer. has not yet potted his
la Pth between himself and Morphy.
A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, Oahn, B. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
Kaahnmana street, Honolulu, Oahu.
A. P. EVERETT,
J anion's new block, Queen street, Honolulu, H.f.
Messrs. Saxpsos A Tar r a a, -
E. D. Bkicbam A Co .
" Bctlbji, Kbits A Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1867.
oaaa. a. nraor. wx. A. aldbicb.
BISHOP Ac CO.,
Bankers. Uffice in the east corner of Makee'a Block on
Kaahnmanu street. Ilon ilulu.
Will receire depos.U, discount first-clara business paper, and
aiicou so oouecons, etc 112-tf
11. W. FIELD,
Commisaion Merchant, llano) ui a, Oahu, gandwich Islands.
By permission, he refers to
C. W. CaarwaioHT, President of Manufacturers' Insurance
llessrs. H. A. Pikrct, - - Boston.
Thayer, Rick A Co., -
KowARb Mott Robissos, - New Bedford.
Jobs V. Bakbktt A So.vs, - Nantucket,
Pkbciss A Smith, - - New London.
B. if. 8. tow, - - Honolulu
23-tf . .
C. A. Av II. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
HONOLULU, OAHU, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Gaoaos F. Pbabodt, Esq - Philadelphia.
Elisha Haskelu Ksq.. ... New Bedford.
Messrs. Read, Chadwici A Dgma, - Boston.
. Waloo, Babrt A Co., ... . New York.
Abebsstht. Clabk A Co., -" - San Francisco.
Badges A LisnrsBRRGEB, Ban Francisco.
C M BICBABDS. B. W. SKTBBASCB.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,.
Ship Chandlers, Commission Merchants, and dealers in General
jacrchandise, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands.
. Atessrs. C. A. Williams A Co.,
D. t Watekmas,
B. F. 8.ow, - - -William
Thomas Fitch, -William
A Babxks -MorgaS,
Stoxb A Co.,
MrRrir A Mesrili..
Asa T. Lawtos,
T. A A. R. Nte, ' -
Kdwakd C. Jose., . "
' 8. Oairrrm Mobga, - "
sk c. WATsajtAS. jobs r. rors.
D. C. WATERMAN Ai CO
' COMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the nirniahins; f funds, purchase and sale of Exchanee, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and tbe procuring of Freight.
Messrs. IAAf Howlajd, J a., A Co New Bedford.
W. a. E. Pora, Esq., do.
Moboav, Stosb A Co., San Francisco.
McRceb A Meksill, do. 117-tf
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
.Merchant, Honolulu, Ualiu, 3. 1-, keeps constanuy on nana
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleships and others.
Shipping furnished with ail kinds of groceries, provisions, Ao.,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
XT Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates. -
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues bis old business at the new store in Hakeems new fire
proof building at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumau streets.
Chronometers rated by olMervations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjuste-i to tbe
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical Instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 44-tf
. CASTLE. AMOS.
. S. COOKE.
CASTLE St COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in Oeneral Mer
chandise, at tne ohi stana, corner of we jwing ana scnom
streets, near the Urge Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. n. Nicholson, In King street, oppo
site the Seamana ChapeL .Agents for Dr. Jaynes' Medi
cines. " July 1, lSSd-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner oi ran ana n.ing screei.
UTAI & AIIEE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of AikO, at Papakoa, and Iwo,
at Fulo, 11 Ho ; importers ana n noiesaie ana nmu
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lnhaina, Afaui,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1857. 6My
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe rindinrs. Pump, Sole, Kiggincr, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf. Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Sirrir.g Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
ing. Brashes, Hosiery, Ac. Ac. Brick Shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant sm.. Honolulu, H- I. July.l-tf
C. BREWER 2d, '
General Commission Merchant, Honomln, Oahn, 8. I. Money
advanced on favorable terms tor outs or exenange on mc
V. 8 England and France. W-tf
RITSON & HART, .
Successors to Mr. Ilenry Robinson, Wholesale w Ine and fptrii
Merchants, Honolulu, 11. I., under tne Auction noom oi a.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite tbe Cuitom House.
32-tf . .
A S. St M. S. GRINBAUM,
Importers and Dealers in FaxhlonaWe Clothing, tiais, Laps
Knots ana snoes. aa ererj " - --f-
Furnishing Goods. Store, corner of Fort and Merchant sts
W. N. LAD 3),
T. . TVmL In ITHIIV1M. ITTI.KBT.
Tools and acbictlttbai. unwHio, -"-j -
, . J. C. SPALDING,
- t . . . ...uvk, Kn llnnn.
Conrniissloo Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Llano, e. a.
- Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the I . B- ana turopc r
signmenu from abroad promptly attended to.. Istand i pro
dace of all kinds Uken in exchange tor goods. Jy 1-u
W. A, ALDRICII,
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise t Commission
Ami! tor the Sale of Sugar. Molasses and Coffee, and other
Iland Prodoee. Agent for the Unr Plattatios
signmenu of aU ktnds of Island Produce solicited,
lor Merchandise promptly attended to.
- MELCIIERS Si CO.,
Commission MerehanU and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Stone store corner of Kaahnmanu and
Money advanced on mvorabU terms for Whalers Mils cm the
V. 8. and Europe. July 1, 186tMf
S. N. EMERSON,
Waiama. Oahu, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro
dace saca as Com, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs,
B. F. SNOW, '
Importer and Dealer in General Merrhaodise, Hooolola, On ha.
H.I . -
II. HACKFELD Sl CO. .
Oahu, 8. I. .
Arenta, and Snip Chandlers, Honolulu,
. July 1, l5-tf
CII AS. BREWER, 2d, ii
Agent for to BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu. ,
- ROBERT C. JANION, .
Merchant and Commissloo Agent, Hooolula, Oahu, 8. 1. Jyl t
, ST. VOX BOLT.
- ra. o. betck
Von HOLT St IIEUCK,
Oeneral Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oabu, 8. L 3y-Xi
. ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, .
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,'
Oahm,H. I. . JulyllUS-tf
Bjtvsr aarLL. sdcaju not L.
KR17LL St MOLL,
Importers and Commiiwion Blerohanta, Kaahnmana street Ma .
kee's block. , ' July I, lS&ft-tf
GODFREY RHODES, " '
Wholesale Dealer In Wines and Spirits, Ala and Porter, near
the Post OfllT. HonohihJ. , ' ' - vf
weaier in ary and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Kuuanu
. ana Jlaunakea streets. Honolulu, S. X. 11 tf
tnmb5r Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
runcnaru premises. , . July 1-tf
c. n. levers;
Lumber and building material s,Fort St. Honolulu.
. HAWAIIAN' FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent.
AGENT FOR THE
Ywrlt Board wT UaderwrheN.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
Ac-, that he has been duly appointed as Agent for the
- m.nm wwu oi . nuerwriters.
1S,1F ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE
LiverDOOl Underwriter A BlnpialiAn
'I'M nml OH .M. - 1 . , -mm . n. .
j o ""TS" " njiuy jiercnanta, snip owners.
-K uw uo. ww recciTea uie appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
' WRITER'S ASSOCIATION.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Jlerchanta, Ship owners and
cuipiuancro, uM uc nas received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands tor LLOYD'S LONDON.
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE TJNDERSIGXEO, Agents of the above Com
pany, are pre Dared to inanre rika amliut m In . r.,1
about Honolulu. . ' -
For particulars apply at the office. "
. . MELCHERS A CO.
Hono ulu, Oct 11, 1857. : - 68-tf
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED begs to notify to those par
ties who have insured in this office -wooden buildings or
their contents within the precincts of Honolulu, that. In fnnsA
sequence of tbe continued erection of large and high wooden
buildings cloe together In narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
Uken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
KUBKKT V. JANION,
Agent fear the Northern Assurance Co.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
ny. (established 1536. For Fire and Life'
home and abroad.
Capital 1.2 5 9.7 GO. Strrliatr.
The undersigned has been annninted Arent for the Rmilvlrl.
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JAN'lilV.
' at Honolulu.
HOFFSCilLAEGER Ai STA PENIIORST,
Ageals far the -
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
1 WRITERS. '
Lcs Soassignes, ayant ite nommes Agents pour les
Assureurs mantimes de Paris et de Bordeaux,
. previennent le publio en general et les CapU
taines de navires marchands fran(,ais, qui visitent
les ports de c royaame, en particulier, que dans
tous les cas d 'a varies, qui auraient lien dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire constater et verifier
les faits devant eux pour legaliaer leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs. '
61-tf ED. HOFFSCilLAEGER A 8TAPENH0RST.
Agent for the Bremen board of Underwriters. All average claims
against the said L nderwriters, occurring in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
KRULL St MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. I. July 1, 1850-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, Ac,
Has removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lsthrop, in
CJueen street, where he will be regularly supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
TT Family Medicines and Prescriptions carefully prepared.
XT Medicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
Attendance at the office from 8 a. at. till 0 p. M., on week
days, and from 8 to 11 a. m. on Sundays. At other times
at bis residence, Union street. 11 1-tf
CHAS. F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, corner Kaabumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. n ood's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice in English, French Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 P.M.; at other hours inquire at
his residence.- . ' Jyl-tf
. DR. FORD'S
Office and Drug Store, Kaahnmanu Street, opposite Makee's .
block. Ship's Medicine chests reutted, and prescriptions
XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours
Physician and Surgeon, office-in the new drug store, adjoining
tbe store of U. Uackfeld A Vo.t Quecn-etreet. Jy l-tr
J. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney at Law. Office corner of Kaahumanu and
streets up stairs.
J. W, AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. ...
Office In Honolulu nouse. over the Post Office. 85-6in
Ship Chandler and dealer In Oeneral Merchandise, Wainlea Bay,
t HILO, HAWAII.
Keeps constantly on hand an extensive sssortinent of every '
description of goods required by whale ship and others.
Shipping furnished with fresh beef, Vegetables, and all kinds of
Usoceries, ana rrovisioiis sc. si uie snonesi nonce, i uie
very lowest market prices. J
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 6000 barrels, being near
the landing, and free from thatched buildmjrs.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the 17. 8. or Europe, fur which money
will be advanced on reasonable terms.
N. B. This port offers the safest and most commodious anchor
age of any port in the Hawaiian group. Here you can give
seamen their liberty without danger of losing them by de
sertion. No ardent spirits allowed to be sold' Jy 2-tf
GILMAN St CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Dealers in General Merchandise,
LAHA1NA, MAUI, H. I.
Shins supplied with recruits. Good facilities fur storage. Cash
furnished for bills of exchange.
BOLLES St CO.,
Ship' Chandlers and Commission Merchants and Dealers in
Oeneral Merchandise, Lnhaina, Maui. Whalers furnished
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. . 34f
JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and Lahaina, Maul. 44-tf
S. HOFFMEYER. , s ,
Commission Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina. Maul, H. I. Ships furnished with
VI haters Bills wanted on tbe I . S. and Europe.
' July 1, 1856-tf
J. WORTH, "
Dealer In Oeneral Merchandise, HUn, Hawaii Ships supplied
. with recruits at tbe ahoru-st notice; oo reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted-. , . . July 1, lSSA-tf
CHARLES W. vVINCENT,. "
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.- The undersigned would In-:
form his friends and the public, that he has taken and
fitted up the premises on Fort street, opposite C- Brewer
2d's Store, as a CARPENTER SHOP, and would solicit that
patronaira heretofore so liberally bestowed. ' All orders In
the various branches of Building, Plans, Specifications and
4 Contracts, attended to with promptness and dispatch
- - CHARLES W. VINCENT.
It. B- DOORS, WINDOW SASH, and all other articles per -taining
to boose building, constanuy on band and tor sale. 93-t
- GEORGE C.SIDERS,
Blanomctarer and dealer In Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
v Kaabamana street, opposite J. C Spalding's Honolulu, H.
Summer Bakers. Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Zme Roofing, and a gen-.'
eral assortment of Tut - ware. Slap work executed with
neatness and dispatch. ; July 1, 1-tf
J. HAMMOND St I. LOUZADA, '
Agents for the Shipment of Foreign Seamen, over the store of
1. T. Waterhoose, Queen street. Men supplied at thw
I hottest notice. .Patronage solicited. Ofncehours from 6 A.
- BT. till 4 P. M. ' v ' - IIT-Ssb
. . W. FISCHER, , .
OaMnet liaksr and French Polisher, Hotel Street, oppoaiu the
- Govt went Hnose. ' 41 tf
starts, gtocilingsyfa., la Set.-
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AXD OF.
flees In the FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING, corner of
svaanumana ana uueen streets, vu t
Tbe second floor, at present occupied by D. C, Waterman A Co.
The third floor, over the office of Messrs. C. A. A H. F. Poor,
The office on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
parreis- ' - , .
Possession given Immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
119-tf- ." CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
AMI A W v
TWO NEW. NEAT. WELL-FINISHED
Av Cottages, with outbuildings complete, near the Method idt
cottages, with out)
r.piscopaj Lnurcn. Apply to
100-tf J. T. WATERH0USE.
TO LET, '
THE COTTAGE AND PREMISES IN LA
HAINA, recently occupied by Dr. White. Tbe building
is 22 by 30 feet, with verandahs in frrait and rear, and pantry,
servants' house, cook house, bath house, and other outbuildings.
On the premises are several very superior grape vines in full
bearing. Apply to J. X. AX EKHOUSE, Honolulu.
100-tf Or to H. DICKINSON, Lahaina.
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
ROOMS, in the brick building, corner of Queen and
Kaahumanu streets, generally known as the Makee At
Authon building, via, t
The second floor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. Al.lncb A Bishop, suitable for
The office on the second floor, (lately occupied bv J.- Makee.
Xhe cellar of the above building, capable of storage for 1.500
narreis. Apply to
65-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
, TO LET,
WITH POSSESSION FROM THE lat
::i t o.nK ..in... uirv rvii pi i-rr l nv :
jLilA. dence of G. II. Luce. The house contains parlor, sitting
room, three bed rooms, dining room, cook house, bath house.
carriage house, stable, fowl bouse, and every convenience for a
family. Water from the government pipes carried to every part
oi tne nouse.
Also About one acre of excellent grazing land, with a never
falling stream of water running through the same.
117-tf Ajiplyto U. H. LICE
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRE
& mises heretofore occupied by G. W. Macy as a private
U residence, adjoining Mr. Montgomery's garden, on Smith
r. idire, and eight minutes' walk of the wharf. The bouses con
sist of a large parlor, with a splendid view of Nuuanu Valley, a
dining room, four good bed rooms, pantry, cook house and well.
The garden is well stocked with fruit trees, and tbe situation is
cool, picturesque and salubrious. A family will find it a most
desirable residence. Inquire of JOHN MONTGOMERY.
117-tf . Merchant street.
TH I WELL-KNOWN PREMISES
near the corner of King and Mauna Kea streets, formerly
icupled hy v. n . inreut, asa carpenter s shop and lum
ber yard, and more recently by Messrs. II. C Leonard A Co.,
two good buildings being on said premises, fit for a carpenter's
trade or storage purposes. For terms apply to
i J. M. Ff lAUKll,
llft-tr H. Hackfeld A Co.'s
TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchan,
Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves
Ac. upper part fine sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
TO LET One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street ; and one-half of the Cellar under same.
Apply to (31-tn A. P. EVERETT.
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.
THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS FIRE
lroof Store, on Knhumanu street, lately occupied by
Messrs. Krull A Moll. Terms moderate. Possession
given Immediately Applv to
119-tr , L11A3. entn x.k, zd. -
COMMODIOUS COTTAGE O.V Ho
tel street, directly opposite the residence of Captain B. F.
Snow. Apply to IllS-tf R. GILLILAND.
U. W. McCOCGUTRT.
THE BOARDING HOUSE IN THE
r.-nr of the "White llorse Hotel." witn ia separate nea
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. . 111-tf
VvTHE FIRE-PROOF STORE AT PRE-
. Ki- lM, Kmll A- Mnll- Pn.vslnn
JLvUL. given on lat next month. Apply t
lOotf tin:, sunuisd.
tTHE CELLAR UNDER THE HONO-
ii,in Hnuae one of the moot convenient in town capa-
SiiiJL. ble of storing about 400 tons. Inquire of
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
MXsim rtlKKlur rnriiiisa3 u niu
street. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO NEAT COTTAGES on Merchant street,
convenient for small families, and handy to the business
part of the town.- For sale cheap, or to rent low. Xitle
ee simple. Apply to IIE5KI curill.
03-tf - . liiacKsmun.
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
-- . .. 8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
32-tf . " Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averberg, F.sq., corner of King and Maunakea streets.
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
:?rm apply to 9G-tf riAKE?i bXAnsaMUttar.
THE TWO STORES RECENTLF
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have them fitted to suit by
early application. For terms, please apply to
64-tf r. D.ur.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence in Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
and a half from town. Terras moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. GREEN.
FFICE TO LET. The front Office over the Post
office. Enquire of
(34-tf) II. M. WHITNEY.
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
rilHE SUBSCRIBERS would 'Inform their friends
M. Shipmasters, and the public generally, that they will be
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on cor
ner of Fort and King streets. All orders with which they may
be favored, will be thankfully received and promptlyattended to.
XT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAGING.
N. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
M-tf GEORGE W. NORTON."
SHIPSMITII AND GENERAL BLACKSillTII,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
former patronage received, while at his old shop, oppo
site the Custom House, and at the same time notify Shipmasters
and tbe public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining
Messrs. Brags Jl-Emmes, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he is prepared to execute all kinds of
work in his Hne on the most reasonable terms, in a workman
like manner, and with dispntch. ? 76-tf
EL C. GRAHA3X. .
COOPER AND G AUGER. v
THE OVERSIONED baring recently purchased the
Cooperage formerly occupied by C H. Butler, corner of
Qneen and Fort streets, is now prepared to execute with dispatch
all orders that be may be favored with atthe above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the Royal Hotel."
ShipAgents and Masters are respectfully invited all and
examine bis large and desirable assortment, of Casks. Barrels,
N. B. 4000 barrels casks on band and for sale on the most
reasonable terms, ' ' t. 69-tf
HONOLULU COFFEE-HOUSE. .
mHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
M. notify his friends and the public that he has re-opened his
establishment on Bang street, near the Bethel, where be always
will be ready to accommodate Board en by the week or single
meal. lU-3inl .... J. KLHLMAN.
MECHANICS' CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE!
N KAAHUMANU STREET, IN FRONT
of Roderick's Restauract. -
Breakfast at - - - - - n. 6 A. M. .
' v Dinner at - - , . . - . Noon.
" Supper at .!.-.,,-. . 8 P.M.
XT Terms & ser Week. -" llA-Sm
- FLOORING. - .
"ITELLOW PINE 1 1-4, AND SPRUCE T-8
M. Tongued and grooved Flooring, per "Eliza A Ena."
8-rf , C. U. LWF.
-"OCTOBER 28, 1S58,
gral shtt for Salf.
Valuable Real Estate for Sale !
THE RESIDENCE OF R. V. SPEUm
Dfc.N, situated on the aikiki Road, two miles outwl
of Honolulu. The premises contain about FOURi.
ACRES of well fenced Land, Dwelling Houe, and all other ne
cessary out-houses. There is also a great variety of fruit trees
Peaches, Apples, Cherry, Apricot, Nectarine, Mulberry, Mango,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Coooanuts, etc. There are
five fisb ponds on the premises, containing about 20,000 fish, of
which one fourth are nt for use. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain water. The land is all In good
cultivation, and bounded with Shade Trees of every description
adapted to this climate. I'erttona desirous ol purchasing, would
ao wen to can ana examine ui?e premises. , ...
Terms easy. Title fee simple.
For particulars, Inquire of R. V. SPEIDEN, ' -
. , : On the premises '
Or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
" 114-tf " ' - Honolulu.
Coffee Plantation for Sale !
am " THE CELEBRATED .
yTrrcoMB coffee plantation,
AT HAN A LEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. ' The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 A errs, and has upon it 60,000 Cwtfee
Trees, The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
ne. The estate is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
lW-tf , M. W. H1A.L.U.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
ITHE CORAL STORE ON THE COR.
r-!!ll nerof Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, occupied by
'tv-Ja Dr. McKibbin. Possession given on the first of August
next. The premises are 30 by 60 feet, and will he enclosed if
desired, and the bouse put in good order. If sold, the terms
will be made easy. Inquire of
Honolulu, July 26, 1S5S. 109-tf ASUER B. BATES.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Robert G. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply to ' ...
67-tf x ASHER B. BATES.
3 a nt nwjwswmn - au a maJAacav
ftnAj W aikiki Plains, at present occupied by the undersigned
Terms liberaL Apply at this Office, or to
96-tf v JOHN LORD.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
-y aracaAina r x - as j i i ii ej
fwyt I'KA. Hawaii, seven miles from the port of Kawaihae,
I i with 600 acres of enclosed land. For particulars inquire
rwn WWW wr. . , V, Tl . . . . fwn w - wit . www . V,
of J AM ES A. LAW, in Honolulu,
102-tf Or L. B. LINCOLN, on the premises.
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
WW WW W1 mi , , w . - w w? n . . .. ... . , TT,
i i i n r j sjEjCV r a n.iit" suuaiea in ra
wjA lolo Valley, enclosed and containing fhrty-seven acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 28, 1857.
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a term of years,
the store Premises now occupied by the undersigned.
6i-tf .. ' B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
u SEVERAL ELIGIBLE BUILDINGS
Inland house lots, situated on different parts of Mauna Kea
Li'ULnrri t, Honolulu. Terras very moderate. For informa
tion, etc., apply to 106-tf J. W. MARSH.
C Qarra's Place. Sydney.
XT Reference to W. L. GRgest, Honolulu, S. I. 104-fkn
E ASTRA & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
LL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished s also. Ship's
A Stores and Ship Chandlery, at nosoLCLD raiCEs.
Whalemen's Drafts taken, Ac
WJI. II. KEIisLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCITANT,
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money on
favorable terms for bills on the United States. 43-ly
' W. BUTLER,
CUSTOM HOUSE St COMMISSION AGENT
- MANG0NUI, NEW ZEALAND.
XT SbippiTi supplied or. the most reasonable terms. Lat
36 6 S., long. 173-38.E . 41-ly
SAMIi. C. WOOIMSUFF,
SHIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AGENT. Goods bought and sold on com
mission.' Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice.
Corner of Qceen's Road and Pottinoeb street, Hoagkons;.
XT Refers to Thomas Spesoer, A. J. Cabtwbkjht. J. C.
Spaldixo. Honolulu, Sandwichlnlands. . - 104-ly
M. It. Ilarvey,
HOUSE, SniP, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
JT.VG STREET, NEAR FORT, HONOLULU.
ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LINE
will be executed with dispatch, and in a style second to
none - - 103-tf
S. JOHNSON, :
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c, .
KING STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL,
ESPECTFCLLV INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work in the above line, and
hopes to merit a share of public patronage.
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY !
TB AGUERREOTTPES, AMBROTTPES.
JLF and PHOTOGRAPHS.
TH. W. FROEBE,
Successor of H. Stangenwald,
DONE IN A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair terms. Law Hooks,
Music, N ewB papers, Ac, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Bwks, and Blank Books, made to
order, officers of ships can have their Navigation and Log
Books, and Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
Kawaiahao. Old Books rebound at short notice.,
' Orders may also be left at II. M. WHITNEY'S Book
store, Honolulu. .... SAMUEL RUSSELL
July 1, 1856.tf- ' '
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forging and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils Ac on hand and made to
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
' Also one excellent small sised sugar mill .with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
2tf T. M. WESTON.
. HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS 4c CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchants and families with hard and soft soap also,
neats foot oil. . . , ,
XT And always ready to bay or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. ' . : . bS-lj
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENGAG
ed the services of an experienced Upholsterer, is now pre
pared to make to order Spring Beds, Hair. Pulu and Hay Mat
tresses, Spring Lounges, Ac Old Sofas, Lounges, Ottomans and
Chairs repaired aud re-covered oo reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds made to order. - ' ,
Koa, black walnut, pine and lead Coffins constantly on hand
and made to order. CHAS. W. FOX, Cabinet-maker,- ;
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel et, near comer of Fort.
WILLIAM MANN, BAKER, r ,.
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM II IS FRIENDS
and the public, that be baa lately opened a BAKERY In
King street, next door to tbe Center Market, nearly opposite
the BetheL where may be had at all times, FRESH BRBAD,
PASTRY and CAKES. He will also keep aa assortment of
Groceries. All that he sells will bs of tbe best quality that can
be procurer: In the market. --..'.
N. B. Ship Bread dried and repacked. . lll-tm
r HENRY ALLEN,
OAHPELTTEII AZ7D BUILDEIl,
Fort street, opposite the store of Samsing A Co.
A LL WORK in his line done with dispatch and at the
. lowest possible rate.
Jobbing done at short notice-
XT Call and see. ' -
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, &c.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, "BRUCH,
Foncher A Co.," pale sherry, hock, clarets of different
brands, French llqoeurs, (assorted,) BsHaa absyntbe, Haaiburrh
bitters, fruit syrups, (assorted,) cherry cordials, raspberry vin
egar, rln, real Hollands, dark and pale brandy, schnapps, pale
luT'swtabv I8fMfl KRULL A MOLL.
FINE WHITE SHIRTS.
CARTONS FINE WHITE SH 1 RTS.HNIIN
bosoms, collars and wristbands, for sale by ' !
jl-tf .. i : 1 V- ' W"! -
i SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
1VOU III, Net. 18. WHOLE Nh I2t,
LAHAINA, S. I.
OILMAN A. CO. ARE
now receiving their
. . PER SHIPS ,
Harriet St Jessie,
. Fannr Major,
WHICH THEY OFFER' FOR SALE ON AS FAVORABLE
TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT 09 THE ISLANDS."
A large assortment of Ship Cbaaallery,
Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes, .
! Crockery, Cordage.
American, Californian and Hawaiian Flour,
- New Bedford Bread, in short cask;
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beet wabbahtebi ,
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams. .
No. 1 brown sugar, . . , Crushed sugar,
No. 2 brown sugar, Loaf sugar,
Syrup, Boxes salt,
- Molasses,' Bbls vinegar, -
- Chests tea, - Boxes raisins,
Fine oolong tea, , - Chocolate
' ' Split peas, " Coffee,
Assorted spices, . Ac
Boiled linseed oil, - Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead, ' ' Black paint, . ,
Pure white lead, Putty, chalk,
Prussian blue, Bbls coal tar,
Chrome yellow, - ' Paintbrushes, w
Chrome green, ' . Pencil brushes,
Pitch, ,. Rosin.
. An assortment of
W. K. Lewis St Tiro's fresh 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. - . . .
Btm KM a Sbars.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip brogans, buff brogans,
Heavy brogans, boys' brogans.
An sssortment of ladies' and
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's .
Custom made Clothing. .
A lot of the celebrated Toggle Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Locks, '
and Harpoons, from Durfee t Co. and Dean
A Driggs, of New Bedford.
New Bedford made Towline, ' Manila Cordage, 1 -
llemp uordage, uatutng stun, : -
Spunyarn, Oakum. . .
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whate boats, 14, 1ft, 17 and 18 (set.
Yellow metal, " - -- "
Shea tiling metal,''. . r
Sheet lead, mar lin spikes.
Copper and iron tackle,
Copper and iron screws.
Assorted flies, -Auger
Western holm knives, '
Butcher knives, .
Rigging leather. 119-tf
Brass and iron chest locks.
Door locks, gimlets, com pa sees,
Knives and forks,
Snip scrapers, -
is. f. s.irow
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, the fallowing merchandise : . .
Grey merino shirts.
Corah Handkercflefs, - - . . 5
White and grey merino drawlrs .
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts.
Uamask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Red flannel "
Women's white cotton hose,
Blue flannel shirts,
Brown cotton, - -Black
and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin,'
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Bsslt mnsl Shoe.
Goat buskins, . Calf Congress boots.
Ladles' bootees. - En'md leather Congress boots. :
' Grocer ira. '
Lemon syrup. Assorted pickles, half gals.
Tomato catsup. Gherkins, half gals
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Saperlor Black Tea.
Water and butter crackers, . Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables, Russia cordage, assorted fixes,
Manila whale line, .Manila cordage, assorted sises,
Sail needles. Cut nails, lanterns,
Paint oil, turpentine. Composition nails.
Pure and extra white lead, Copper boat nails.
Boiler Iron, '
1 French bedstead,
Cherry boards, '
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Sheaths and belts.
Solar side lamps
Drab office chairs,
Walnut cane seat chairs.
Hingham buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting, '
Spcrsss a Bid Polar Oil. Jtc. Ac.
l urswas v uaiiag vmm ana iress,
India Robber IIosc, hf lock mm I loch, -Bras
Hose Pipes, Lead Pipe,
AVn," - fcc Ac. 93-tf
F WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at ;
$5 per cord; fresh beef at 4 cents pev lb 1 sheep,at $3 per bead j
and goats at fl 60 head. Abo at the port of Hanalei, wood and ,
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an
chora ge in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwill at the same rate as above. Also fruUs
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
named ports. '
ry wood always on nana at tne oeacn in quantities to ran
purchasers. (64-tf) ' GEORGE CHARMAN.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 250 to S00
tons vis: ' - ,
1 new Topsail;
1 new Foresail; -
1 new T. M. Studding Sail; ' - . . '
- i 1 main RoyaU -v. --..-.Ti..... -1
Spanker, 1 Jib, ,
1 Fore Topmast Staysail,'
1 Spanker, ', Nearly new.
1 Top Gallantsall, J .
ALSO " '
1 set Iron strapped Cutting-la Blocks, with chain pendants,
complete. 93-tf - B. F. BNOW. ,
. SHIPPING OFFICE.
HE UNDERSIGNED - HAVING - TAKEN
the Office attached to the " Sailors' Home," will procor
Ocers and Men for whaling and other vessels, at short notice.
and will endeavor to give (faction to all who may favor him
with tbeir business. . . GEO. WILLIAMS,
: ' Licensed Shipping Agent.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1858. 116-tf
ANCHORS, CHAINS, CORDAGE, As
75 Coils Manilla, 11 to 4) inch,
,-M,'V. Russia tarred Rope 2t to Ida-, .,
0 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 lbs., .
3 Chain Cables, It men, 7S fathoms each.
. 6 of best pattern Ships' Cabooses patent of IMA, ; .
'" 1 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
For sale low by . (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING
USSI A CORDAGE, SPUNTARW. '
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and ThlmMrs,
Double and single blocks, White Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
EnglUh boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf. ' ' ,
For sale by
6 2-tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
BLANK EXCHANGE !
-MERCHANT'S AND WHALER'S Exchange
WM. Blanks, in sets, for sale. $1 50 per down.
nf. .... r H. K. WHITIIEI,-
. . RED WOOD.
A SUPERIOR LOT O F BOARDS mmm CLAP
BOARDS, for sale by
C H. LXWEKS.
N HAND. AND TO ARRIVE PER T
ren," 20 tierces cnoice Sugar Cored Hams, for sale by
llC-tf J. C. SPALDING. '
, COCO AN (JT OIL.
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALB
in quantities to salt, at -
108-tf GEO. C MCLEAN'S STORE, Nuaanast. -
"71 A IF DE COLOGNE, in cham. bottles, do
JCi ner bottles, Lubin extract, Florida Water, Lai sod cr
Water, Pomatum, etc, etc.
, . , . r :forsalsbw -'.. f
- II, HACKTZlft.
to. advert.; isy
OMtuariea. funeral invitation and no
Intended our to benefit as indivMttur bafima, wiU ehara
AlverUseaBcnta dlsptajn U larger O'P 4a tnwat, art Ml .
Jact to nearier cbarKe.
jBubeulpUon for the CoanaenHal AdrertiMr mad Advert
' iaeawnU am paraola larAaiaatT i anraacak . i :
IJ-X tnuuutsut aUTerUsaeoU wUl be inMttU now rr
C7 Convapondencc Ir-oai all part of tbe Paolo wifl ajwar
be very acceptable. ; ; . :. i
COMMERCIAL PRIXTIXO OrFICK.
, , PUMH AND FANCY
" BOOK AND JOTt PRINTING ' .
AtVtl A "
BOOKS, PILLS OF RXCRAHOK, '
CATALOGUES, . KILLBOF LADIXG, y
BILL HXAD9, , CONSULAR BLANKS.
- CIECULAR8, BLAKKDKXD8, .'
ArCTIO.f BILLS, HAKD BILLS. ' -
. " PAUPnLETS, BHOPBILI-f
CT VISITING, BC8INKS8, ANU ADDRJLaS CARM -pnntod
ou a MYankee Card I Yea," In the btfbeat atyle of Jl.a
art. ... - '
To tko Owsrrsi sl
id Perooao later sets d lis
he Puc.-c Cttaii.
Orrics or tie Pabaxa Rail-Boa Cootabt, I -
New Yoas. Joty SO, 1B7.
The Panama Rail-Road Company tabes this sasuird
ef informiec those luisrsslsij la the WhaUng bunt'
of ts advantages oBeraa ay tna svauromi
across the Iabmns of Panama. Ibr the shipment f
Oil from the Pacific to the Cnited fltaass, and for sending on"
fits and supplies from tbe United States to Panama.
. The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation ( -r
more than two years, and Its rapacity for the transportation
every description of merchandise, inctadmg 00, Provisions, Ae.
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captain 4
whaleships has recently been turned to the sabiect of shlppiw
tbeir oil from Panama to New York during the present sea5o. .;
and tbe Panama Rail-Road Company has asade arrangement
to afford every facility which may be required far the heersr
plislimeot of this Important object. A Pier, 40 feet long, k
been built In the bay of Panama, to the end of which Frelrld
Cars are ruu to receive cargoes from Ughtors er vessels lj ii r
alongside, and deliver the same alongalde of ressnle at Aspir-
walL Teasels of from 200 to SOOtonsean BsatlheFisr U ,
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Asplnwall are fastening brig, 1
longing to the Ball-Road Company, and the Company Is
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver It tn Mew Tor
mnder hroatali Bills of Looaos atMw sate of sen i
eenU per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per go -Ion
if received in tbe harbor Irani ship's tackles, eharglBg f f
the capacity of tbe casks, without allowing for wantage. T
whalebone, one and one-balf eenU per pooad. This char.-
eovers every expense from Panama to New York, tn cr.
the oil is sent through tbe Superintendent or Commercial Agert
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, Insnrance excepted.' Tt.
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus er la Now Tnr'
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly seem-monthly, s I
the average passages to and from Aspiawall a rs about twenty ti
twenty-fir days. The time occupied la srossing tbe Ishmu s
four hours. Oil, during it transit across the Isthmus, will I
' covered with canvas, or conveyed la covered cars, and otim
may be assured that every care will be token to prevent leakap-.
Beveral cargoes have alrtady been conveyed to New York vKii
oat the slightest loss. ' .. . ,
OU or other goods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Ror d Company, or to W lllla itt
Nelsoo, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, vl i
be received and Arwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Uoun
lulu, Sandwkm Islands, and Is prepared to furnish every reqolsi'4
information to shippers. .
. . JOS. V. JOT, Bscretsrv
Fbedebic It. Haves,
Agent Panama B. B. Cc, Honolulu 8.1. ftt-12-.r .
capt. noDunT cnoOT's
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCES
AND GUN HARPOONo
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AND
experimenting upon whales, on tbe whaling ground, with
his apparatus, combined with tbe advantages of being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain aa Instru
ment hi form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and eOectiro
neas cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ehlrm is calV 1
to the following testimpulal. ,- ; , .
1 r Sab Fbabcisoo, January 10, 186C
Capt. B. Bbowk Sir . I take this opportunity to Inform
you that we used those lVrrab Lances we bought of you, aiul
found them to be of great Benefit In capturing whales smonp.
the Ice. ' . - a -t - :t ,
The flnt whsi" tUat we uod tbe Bomb Laaee on was kilW
U the following manner The boat went alongaia of the whale
and tbe boat-steerer fired a Bomb into hhn and then fastened m
him whh a gig iron t the Bomb was beard to explode, aad the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. Tbe aboveaui
tloited whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have got that whale and many others that we did get, tr it
had not been for year Bomb lonoes, and we fully recommend
them to tbe attention of those fitting out what ships. v
Respectfully yours, , ,
; , ' - Thomas Wall, Master hark Oeorgt. .
' ' ' - Hoitoixir, March 17, 1858.
Capt. Robeet Bkowm Vy temr Sir t I ased year Boarli
Lance in taking a whate, north, tbe past naioa, which ma
250 bbls. of oil. We never could have taken hba without said
Iiances, as our boats could not get near enough to ass the ocin
moo hand lance.
Years Respectfully, ' '
G. 1 Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
Hobolbxp, March Is, 1B66.
Capt. Robebt Bbowb Dear Sir i I take this opportunity '
to Inform yoa that I used your Bombs on the voyage In the ship
Herald, and found them effective la taking whairs, and would '
recommend them to all whalemen, aad specially around the ice.
I also ased tbe harpoon and got most of the whales by ycui
Guns and apparatus.
; - Yours Respectfully,
Isaac Alls, Master ship Herald.
"Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the onderslgnea.
Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoon for
R. COADY A CO., Honolulu.
D. C. WATERTIAW
TJTAS FOR SALE, AND TO ARRIVE-
JLM . .., .. aao bbu prime pork
850 bbls mess beef.
100 bbls Haxall floor
75,000 lb navy, medium and pilot bread, hi casks, bht and bxs ;
Water cracker and Jenny Llnd cakeat batter, in casks;
Preserved meats, Boston cotton duck, Nos 2, 1,4,0,0;
Smooth-bottom wbste-boata, oars, boat anchors;
Slop clothing, patent blankets. -
100 coils amrtsa MaauA cordage, Banslsiur sstiat; - - .
250 colls do do . - cordage, New Bcdfurd manufac'y;
150 coils New Beoford tawllne.
White oak plank and boards from 1 to t inch ;
- Yellow pine heading, Cumberland coal In casks ;
China matting- white, S-4 wide ;
TobsccoOronoko leaf, 201b boxes, tb plugs, Buf
i falo chips aod Turkish smoking tobacoo, Man
ila cheroots, No. 2 ; Iladla cigars, No. 1.
Family cooking stoes, Califoruia and Island sots
Jeffries' strong ale, in jugs; octave Dennis Maurice cognac
brandy sauterne wine, in casks;
, ; , brandy, in cases I Hollands gin, Port and Madeira
' wines, cherry enrdlals sad liquors, in cases.
Sperm Oil and Whale Oil. G6-tf
To Hhalccreii !
GW. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pi'
o tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old Arm of Macy A
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's 8upptle,at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all Usse a good supply
of Bcf f, Mailea, Pork. Poallry, and also the eels
brated KAWAIHAB POTATOES.
- The above article can be furnished at the lowest rates, and In
quicker time than at any other port at tbe Islands. . All beef
sold by me will b warranted to keep la any clfcnat.
JT No charge made on inter-Utand exchange.
73-tf O. W. MACY.
Wool, Goat SMbs, -Cides,
Tallow, ... Conpssition,
Old Copper. '
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (ol-tf) J. C. SPALDING. .
" GOAT CnilVS,
DOtJCnT AS BEFORE, AT THE HIGH
LM EST CASH MARKET PRICE, by
"Aff ASTERS OF SHIPS VlglTINd THE
lvJ. port of Honolulu, in want of SEAMEN, trill And R to their
advantage to call at the office of GRAHAM A MARKBAM,
where can be found whole crews at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security given for the amount advanced to seamen
until outside of tbe reef. From past experience aad strict atten
tion to ear baslness, we bop to be sM to give satisfaction.
JAMES GRAHAM, - -'IlsAm
- WILLIAM A. fAAKKHAMV
: ; TOWN' BEEF MARKET. ' '
bavins- craned the above Stood A
(the porposs of carrying eo
keeping their market sopprtfcfwith the beat Bear, PoBst, Mcrw
tos, 8 ACS aces, and everything pertaining to ta SasusMrmg
Business. Thankful for past favors, they sooestauiuHiissSui
of the liberal patronage hitherto kissuwed oo tasss, and res
pectfully Invite the public to call aad sisiams shs sssTHy ef the
stack ther offer for sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kla
stbset, opposite J. T. Waterboase's msnoahi store. - - .
GBORGB BlaKLT, . -
- - ' Late of WaaWon Market.
- ns-tf . . a. B. BRAi nr.
.'--'WIUlAU'UAXWAaL, SALESMAN. '
rr.VlB UNDERSIGNED D AVI NO EOUGIlT
U out the Interest cf Maxwell A Leatty. is fho sbovs ea-
tabBahment, situated on King street, opposes J. T. water-
uated oo suns; sweet, opposes x. waaw
re, hopes that the liberal patron hatetufois
bo contintasd, as ao pains er trouble wfll be
saiiagsr, MrTrTsB. MastreB, la soRiog tbe tasts
house's New Btore, l
spared by the I
of ail hi i m r n ,
Attention paid to selection of stock, to reader fie osJftv of
saeat tits best obtainable. .". ...
Orders poneamBy attended to, sad delivered to aa part of
the dry within two mile, free of charge- - -
Honolulu, Joly 1,1858. t6J J. t. P0WBBTT.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND COLAtSES,
TTraoiti the ifEvr caor, raoM -thb
312 EAST MAUI PZJSXTATlOJr. J
For aato by. (3MQ H. BAcaf ,ULD Ct.'
i CAKES AND 1 '
Just ri-ceived pea YANirrs - - i
Heniesracawes,totiBS , , .
' Wstororsckera, dot ; : . . V"''
- -Jenny Und cakes, in tns r ' '.
Gambles. . t. For ssje by -
r 114-tf cTa. ms b. r poon.
srr nrcrivrs cx HASUOA. A LOT
of Fshk ALA. in ttots, j doara in a aaa, t rw rv.
. . m. a si.