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rry elrr FrLrsjsl far away.
anal thy sacred image keeps,
y mid-night dreams are all of thee
C Sarure then to silence sleeps, . ,
knd silence bmcds o'er land and sea;
j in that still, mysterious hour,
Bmt oft from waking dreams I start,
(find thee but a fancy flower, ,...
Woa cherished hM of my heart :
ja hart each thought and dream of mine :
re I in turn one thought of thine f
rerer thine sny dreama will be,
rhate'er may be my fortune here , , . . m
jk not lore, I claim from thee
taly one boon a gentle tears
j e'er blest visions from abore
lay gently round thy happy heart, .
il may the beams of Peace sxd Love
teVr from thy glowing soul depart.
ewell, my dreams are still with thee:
pt thou one tender thought of me 1
Joys like summer birds may fly,
Ky hopes likt summer blooms depart,
t there's one flower that cannot die
the holy memory to my heart;
dew that flower's cup may fill.
lo sun-light to its leaves be given,
it will lire and Boorish still
deathless ss a thing of heaven.
soul greets thine unasked, unsought :
thou for me one gentle thought J
well, farewell, my far-off friend;
vren us broad, blue rirers Bow,
li rmuid nbiiaa eictenil.
in, mimntains in the sunlight glow -
wind tliat breathes upon thy brow, -
i a-rt the wizvl that breathes on mine :
t car beam shining on thee now,
Lre ant the beams that on me shine :
t Memory's spell is with me yet : -
"st tbuu the holy past forget
. bitter tears that thou and I
lay ihtd whene'er by anguish bowed,
tM iaw the aoon-tide sky,
M if awet and mincle In the cloud ;
i thus, my much-loved friend, though we.
F ir, far apart may lire and more.
L mis, when 6o-I shall set them free,
ta aiiogle in the world of Love t
L wis an eeiusy to me
f would U be ajoy to theef
btj has do law, but an uncommon num-
W Adticx- -Don't carry a handkerchief
reabt pxket. It jou duf you take a
(vi rxts of thk Sex. A cirl at school
i.li'ir t.Ti!rthl;virprv rir. Wlipn -
r up a woman she objects to having even
VriwB. like filberts, will remain gtiod for
Hue. it all depends upon trie euro you
idem, and how you h unhand them.
heen wittily remarked that Cyrus "W.
r ied of for the Iresideney, because he
utst wire-puller in the country.
it the Telegraph Office, TafxiTT Bat.
ft Director and Telegraph Operator.
VV hat 8 that? ta the message coming 7
or Xo; I think it'a a bite.
loHus, pho !" exclaimed a friend of ours,
dar, in bis excess of enthusiasm about
tic Cable, " Columbus, pho ! hedifcov-
rica, to be sure, but it took a Berkshire
ch it on .'M Berkshire County Eagle.
eited fellow, on introducing his friend
jlany, said, Gentlemen, I assure you he
rreat a fool as he seems. lbe gentle-
liliateU replied : That is exactly the
between my friend and myself.
Vlt a Printer. The following tribute
vle preservative art we find in a contem-
ni we ommi-nd its strong contrast to
.wot reader :
ilv a printer. Such was the sneering
a leader in a circle of aristocracy the
.tlity. Who was the Earl of Stanhope ?
.Ij a printer. What is Prince Frederick
just married t the Prineess of England ?
h only n printer ! Who was William
ne of the fathers of literature? He
i printer. What was Washington Inr
il.rrw, X. P. Willis, Jataes Gales,
eley, Bayard Taylor, Charles Dickens,
ia Jerr-Id, Oeorge Dennison 1 ren
t . r:- t - i a
hf-X. tj. w.Trt Trinters. What was
Franklin? He. also, was a printer.
though not least, who is James Bu-
i oecujde tho most enviable pjsition
Only a printer ! . Every one cannot
r brains are necessary. Pcoi ia (111.)
Ixuicatiox of Character. Observing
ve sluw their heads move alternately
stj., while they occasionally stop and
5- Careful tenons lift their feet high,
them down flat and firm. Sometimes.
down, pick, up some little obstruction
t quietly by the side of the way. ' Cal
raons generally walk with their hands
Lfltets, aud their heads slightly Inclined.
rraons generally step softly, for fear of
rveu. nana persons otten step on a
on meeting another, and always rro
tone instead of stepping over it. Wide
fns " toe out," and have a long swing
rras, whiI- their hands shake about
usly. Careless persons are forever
;heir toes. Lazy p rsons scrape about
1th their heels, and are first on one side
ik and then on the other. Very trong
irsons have their toes directly in front
nd have a kind of a stamp movement.
ersons walk fast and slow by turns.
persons try all roads, frequently climb
astead of going through the gate, and
'n a oar. Une-idea persons and very
" toe in." Crof persons are ant to
nees together. - Good natured persons
tharab and finger every few steps.
fe persons have a kind of a jig move-
n.rx.ycR. -Truly it has been said, that
; like the cireles of a whirlpool.
Pnaost includes home." - A modern
gaated home " heaven's fallen sis
a taeJancboIy truth lies shrouded in
words. Our home influence is not a
t aa abidinir one; and ull-tviwerfiil fnr
f peace or strife, happiness or
-ach separate Christian home has been
central sun, around which revolves a
united band of warm, loving hearts,
1 0 k i n f reHiinw' flnH snmiwinv tw
A"bieh member of the family group can
F no inl uence ? What sorrow, or what
i a the power of each ?
tI lamp," writes M'Cheyne, is a
inuig, and it burns tam ly and with
et it giveth light to all who are within
auu so mere quiet innuence,
a flame of a scented lanip. fills many a
tight and frazranee. Such an infla-
een kn:r..ii j .
rp, which, while it diffuses a look of
I'ort, deadens many a creaking sound.'
'rtain which, frnin ninr a. twlnrad
M off at once the summer's glow and
M wiad. It is the pillow on which
ya its head, and forgets half its misery."
uce iaus as the retreahing dew. the in
"anbeams, the fertilising shower, shin-
in ine mild lustre of moonlight, and
Z ia on? snfk tint minr of th riiamrd.
i a fasatlw tukm ' ' - -
ij : v .
T 9 m r -t.-t- a.. ...
6-ly - Uooulula, Oaha, R. I,
J. F. COLBURX,
S3-ly Kaaharaann street, Honolulu, Oaha.
A. P. EVERETT,
. . J anion's new Mock, Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
Messrs. Faxpso & TArrA, -
E. D. BrichaM Co., .
BrTLca, Knri tt Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1S57.
CWAA. M. BISSOP. fx. A. ALDBJCH.
BISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of a Makee's Block," on
Kaahamanu street, Hoa.lulu. .
Will receive deposits, discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc 112-tf
C. A. Si II. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HOXOLCH7, OAHV, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Obobos P. Prabodt, Esq., .
Eussa Haskelu, Fs., -Messrs.
Rkad, Chadwk-k J)eiter,
Waldo, Babst a: Co-, -ABcaasTHT,
Clakk k Co.,
BADOKB ft LlXDSSBKROEB,
C. I BICHABDS.
B. W SETKBAKCI.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Cflmmiaion Merchanta, and dealers in General
Merchandise, Honolulu, Oabu. Sandwich Inlands.
Messrs. C. A. Williams It Co., - Honolulu.
D. l Watkhxas, ...
K. F. Sow, ....
William ft IIatb, - - Kew London. -THfiass
Fitch. - -
WlLUAXJ ft Babsbs,
MiwuAi, Stosb ft Co., - Ban Francisco.
McRrcp ft Mbbsill, .
Asa T. La wtos, -
T. ft A. K. Nte, - - New Bedlord.
Edwhd C. Jub, -
8. Orippttb Mobcas, -
0. C. WATSBJ1A!.
jobs r. pors.
D. C WATEBMAX & CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whalins; Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Ou,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. Iaac II wla"o. Jr., ft Co., New Bedford.
W. G. E. Pora, Esq., " do.
Hasoas, Stosc ft Co., San Francisco.
McRccb ft Mkbbill, do. 117-tf
Ship Chandler, neater in General Men-hanrtloe, and Commission
Merchant, Ilonoluln, Oaha, 9. I., keeps constantly on hand
an eztensire ansortroent of every description of (roods re
quired by whaleships and others.
8hippinr furnisheil with all kinds of proceris, provisions, ftc,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
XT Money adTanced f)ir whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
- . KUf
I. N. FL1TXER,
Continues his olil business at the new store in Maker's new fire
proof huil.line, at the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, cotiht of Queen and Kaahuruana streets.
ChrorMitneters ratel by olservations of the snn and stars
- . with a transit instrument - accurately a!juste-t to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention fflren to fine
watch repairinp. Sextant and quadrant classes silvered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 4-t-tf
A M X. . CA4TLB. AJSOS. 8. COOS E.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and RetaU dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the oM stand, corner of the Kins; and School
street, near the large Surae Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. Nicliolson, in King street, oppo
site the Seamaos CliapeL A (rents tut Dr. Jaynes Medi
dnea. . July 1, 185ft-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets.
I'TAI & AIIEE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, and I wo,
at Pulo, Hilo; Importers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers hi China U00.U ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab
roents. on King; street, Honolulu, and at Luhaina, JWaui,
Sugar, MoU-aes, Syrup, Tea, Coff, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu, Auitt 12, 157. M-ly -
J. II. WOOD, -Manufactarer,
Importer and Dealer In Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rigging, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Ooat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises. Sparring Gloves. Foils, and Masks, Black
ing, Brush'-s Hosiery, ftc. &c. Brick Shoe store, comer of
' Fort ami Merchant sts., Honolulu. II. I. ' July 1-tf
C. BREWER 2d,
General Commission Merchant, Uonoluln, Oabu, S. I. Money
advanced on favorable terras for bills of Exchange on the
IT. 8 England and France. 3-tf
RITSON & HART, -
Successors to Mr. Henry R-biitson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchant, Honolulu, It. I., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
A. S. A 3f. S. fiRIXBAUM,
Importers and TXalcrs in Fashionable CKhinfr, Hats, Caps
- Boots ami Shoes, a-.d every variety of Gentlemen's Superior
Furnishing Goods. Store, corner of Fort and Merchant Ui.,
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer In Habpwabe, Cctt, J
Tool and At sicfL tubal Impli musts. Fort street, Hono-
lata- : - ,
J. C. SFALDINfS,
Commission Merchant, and I"P'I."0,J0h' JL
. Wanted, Bills of Exchai-ee on the L . 8. and EuroP'
signments from abroad promptly atnded to. Island I pro
duce of all kinds taken In exchange fr goods. - Jy l-
W. A. ALDRICII,
Importer and Kealer In Oenen.1 Merchandije ; Commteslon
Agent for the Sale of Sugar. Molasses and Coffee, and o.ber
Island Prodnce. Agent for the Lihcb 7
signments of aU kinds of Island Produce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to.
c.c LCa. crw
.MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission MerchanU and Shin Chandlers, Hora, Oaha,
8. I. Stone store orner of Kaal.umanu and Merchant sw.
Money advanced on mva-ane terms w " r:
July 1, 1869-tf
L. g. and Europe.
S. N. EMERSON
Watolnaw Oahn, Dealer in General Merchandise, Country Pro
doci-such as Corn, Beans, Bananas, Butter, Eggs, c
II. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oaha,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Geieraf Commission Agents, and Ship "aller Honolulu,
.CHAM. BREWER, r 2d, .
Agent for the BREWER PLAKfATIOM. Honduln. ll-tf
ROBERT C. JANION, -Merchant
and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahn, 8. I. Jy 1
TB. C. BUCK
General Commission MerchanU. Hooomln. Q. 1
ALEX. J. CARTWRICiHT,
Commison Merchant and General Shipping Ast, Honolulu,
Oabu. H. I. July 1, 188-a
.. - EPrAKB MOLL..
KRIJLL St MOtLi
Importers and Commission Merchanta, Kaanumanu
July 1. 18M-tf
TTTinlnirl- Dealer In Wines and Spirits, Ale and Por,n,
the Post Ofnce. Tlowolaln. - - -
. GEORGE G. HOWE,; '
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streebj on
the Punchard premisea. '. " July I-f ,
. . GEORGE CLARK,
Dealer in Dry" and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between
inn Maonakea streets. Honolulu, , I. 11 tf
' HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
; VHMf A. P. F.YgRETT, Tirjsnitr and Agent.
easiness . (Lnxte.. -
AGENT FOR THE
New Yrk Beard mC Uatderwriiera.
The andenug-ned tekes leave to notify Merchants, 8hip Masters,
l fte-, that he bas been duly appointed as Agent for the
e Vork Board of I'nderwriters.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
. AGENT FOR THE . . . ..
Liverpool Underwriter's Association.
The anderined begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, tliat he has received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL L'NDEK
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION. -
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned beg to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shiiimastcrs, that lie has received the appointment ' ot
.. AGENT at these Island for LLOVD'S LONDON.
July 1-w" . , ROBERT C. JANION. ,
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the office. ''
- , r MELCHER3 ft CO.
Hono ulu, Oct. II, 1857. 68-tf
. Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO. 1
THE UNDERSIGNED heps to notify to those par
ties who have insured in this office wooden buildings or
their contents within the precinct of Honolulu, that in conse
sequence of the continued erecti-Hi of large and high wooden
buildings close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
. ROBERT C. JANION,
fi2-tf Agent for the Northern Assurance Co.
fpiIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
I ny, (established 1S30.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1,2 3 0.7 CO. Sterliax.
The andersigned has been appointed Aeent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE JANION.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
E. IIOFFSCHLAEGER & ST A PEN IIORST,
Axrala for the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lea Soussignes, ayant ete - nommes Agents pour lea
Assureurs maritimes de Paris et Je Bordeaux,
previennent le public en general et les Capi
tal nestle ua vires marchands francais, qui visitent
les ports de ce royaume, en particulier, que dans
tous les cas d 'a varies, qui auraient lieu dans ces
parages, ils devront, faire constater et verifier
les C-tits devant eux pour legaliser leurs reel a
mations con t re les dits assureurs.
61-tf ED. IIOFFSCHLAEGER & ST A PEN H0B8T.
Aemt lor the Bremen board of Underwriters. All average claims
atrainst the said rmlerwriters, occurrinc; in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certiued before him. July 1-tf
KRULL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Lubeck trnderwriten, Honolulu,
Oahn, H. I. July 1, 1856-tf
HONOLULU MEDICAL II ALL.
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, c,
Has removel to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, in '
Queen Street, where he will be rejrulariy supplied with
Medicines, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
XT Family Medicines and Prescriptions can-fully prepared.
XT Medicine Chests examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
Attendance at the office from 8 A. M. till 8 r. on week
days, and from 8 to 11 a. on Sundays. At other times
at his resilience. 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 Kaanumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice in English, French Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 a. x. to 2 p.m.; at other hours Inquire at
his residence. J y 1-tf .
Office and Drus; 8 tore, Kaahumanu Street, oppbrite' Makee's
DIOCK. snip's ueaicine cnesu iruuoi, uu iu.iiruuii.
carefully prepared. .'
XT Hot, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Batho. at all hours
T-ir - - - - - '
Physician and Surgeon, office In the new drug store, adjoining
the store of H. Hackfeld k, Co., Queen-street. Jy 1-tf
J. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
Attorney at Law. Office corner of Kaahutnann and Merchant
streets up stairs. 109-ora
- J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORSEr AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 65-m
Ship Chandler and dealer In General Merchandise, TVaiakea Bay,
Keeps constantly on band an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by whale ships and others.
Snipping furnished with fresh beef, Vegetables, and all kinds of
Groceries, and Provision fcc. at the shortest notice, at the
very lowest market prices. .
Best facilities for storage of from 3 to 6000 barrels, being near
the landing, and free from thatched buildings.
Wanted, Whalers bills on the U. 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 & CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud Dealers in General Merchandise, .
L AH A IN A. MAUI. H. I.
Ships supplied with recruits. Good facilities for storage. Cash
lurnuieu 1 or uius u c-avji;- -
ROLLES & CO.,
hln Chandlers and Commission Merchant and Dealers in
General jiercnannisw, Mtuauis, muu um.. aiUual9.i..
- with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for goods
or bills. , . 3-tf
- JOHN THOMAS WATERIIOUSE.
ImDorter. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In General Merchandise,
. X.OIIUIIUU, .UV i.,iiiiiiwi . -
S " S. HOFFMEYER.
Commissi oa Merchant, dealer In Ship Chandlery, and General
Merchandise, Lahaina, Maui, U. I. Ships furnished with
recruits. Whalers Bills wanted on the V. 8. and Europe.
Storage. : July 1, 1856-tf
" J. WORTH,
Dealer in General Merchandise, HUo. Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruit at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, 1856-tf
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
rnVTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The undersigned would In
i,u.mbiivv , , . k. ..kii- .,. lu, taken and
form nis irewu -7 - r
fitted ud the premises on Fort street, opposite C. Brewer ;
ad's Store, as a CARPENTER SHOP, and would solicit that
natronage nentomre so noenuij rciw.. "
the various branches of Building, Plans, Specifications and
ContrU, attonded to with PdBNX. -
ft B. DOORS. WINDOW SASH, and ail other articlea per
taining to boose building, constantly on hand and lor sale. 93-t
GEORGE C.SIDERS, . .
ManufacWr and dealer ta Tiii, Sheet Iron, and Cpper wary,
, Kaafeomano street, opposite J. C- Spalding's Honolulu, H.
Sumsser Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathing Tubs.
Foot and Shower Baths, Tin and Hne Roofing, and gen
' era assortment of Tic-ware. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. , July 1, 1-tf
J. HAMMOND I. LOUZADA,
Agent for the Shipment of Foreign Seamen, over the store of
J. T. Waterhouae, Queen street. Men supplied at the
' shortest notice. Patronage solicited. Officehours from a.
. U14r. at. . - Uf-"
W. FISCHER,'". ' ...
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher,' Hotel Street, opposite the
Gofer run ent House. - ? 41 tr
. C. II. LEWERS, :
. Lomber and building materials,Fort St. Honolulu. Jy 1-tf
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, Sec:
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, B P C II.
Foocner A Co.," pale sherry, hock, cbtreU of different
bramlsVTrench liqaeurs. (assorted.) Swiss absynthe, Hambuirh
fruit .vrupa, (aasorted.) cherry cordials, raspberry vin
Mtteiw, ru "f S ' . .l. hH- m hnanns. Dale
egnr, gin, real iio.- , ' 7 KRIJLL A MOLL.
ale. For sale by
FINE WHITE SHIRTS.
CARTONS FINE WHlIBsniW1ana
Stares, gtocUings, r., ta get. .-
'; ' TO LET. '
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
Cces in the FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING, corner of
Kaahumanu and Queen streets, via :
The second floor, at presentoccupied by D. C. Waterman h Co.
The third floor, over the office or Messrs. C. A. H. F. Poor,
The office oa the second floor, directly over the savings Bank.
- The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
barrels. ' ......
Possession given immediately. ' Terms moderate. Apply to I
lia-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TWO NEW, NEAT. WELL-FINISHED
Cottages, with outbuildings complete, near the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Apply to ;
100-tf J. T. WATERH0USE.
TO LET, ,
THE COTTAGE AND PREMISES IN LA
HAINA, recently occupied by Dr. White. Tho building
ia 22 by 30 feet, with verandahs in front 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. T. WATKRH0U8E, Honolulu, .
100-tf Or to H. DICKINSON, Lahaina.
TO LET. "
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
Lt!!,t VOAM4 - In Ik. h4Mr hiillincr Mirnpp nf Onrni .nit
4-iUIL Kaahumanu streets, generally known u the Makes to.
Authon buildinff, viz. :
The second floor, at present occupied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. Al.lrich k Bishop, suitable for
storage. - ' '
The office on the second floor, (lately occupied by J. Makce,
' The cellar of the above building, capable of storage far 1,600
barrels. . Apply to i
65-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
.WITII" POSSESSION FROM THE lat
of October proximo M ILE END COTTAGE, the resi-
iJJL, dence of G. 11. Luce. The house contains parlor, sitting
room, three bed rooms, dining room, cook house, hath house,
carriage house, stable, fowl house, and -every convenience for a
family. Water from the government pipes carried to every part
of the house.
Aln About one acre of excellent grnsing land, with a never
fulling stream of water running through the same.
1 17-tf Apply to G. H. LUCE
. TO LET.
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRR-
mises heretofore occupied by G. W. Macy as a private
residence, ailioininc Mr. Montgomery's garden, on Smith
Bridge, and eight minutes' walk of the wliarf. The houses 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 Mocked with fruit trees, and the situation is
cool, picturesque and salubrious.- A family will And it a most
desirable residence. Inquire of JOHN MONTGOMERY.
117-tf Merchant street
. TO LET. .'
Til I WELL-KNOWN PREMISES
near the corner of King and Mauna Kea streets, formerly
ooruDied bv C. W. Vincent, as a carpenter's shop and lum
ber yard, and more recently by Messrs. U. C Leonard k Co.,
two good buildings being on said premises, fit for a carpenter's
trade or storage purposes. For terms apply to
J. WM. PFLUGER,
118-tf H. Hackfeld ft Co-'s
A TO LET. The Building lately occupied by Vincent
3j Grenier, on Nuuanu Street, directly opposite Merchan,
' Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves
4c. ; 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 saroe.
Apply to .(31-tQ A, P. EVERETT.
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.,
THE LARGE AND COMMODIOUS FIRE
I 'roof Store on Knhumanu street, lately occupied Dy
Messrs. Krnll Moll. Terms moderate. ' Possession
given immediately Appta to
ll-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
A COMMODIOUS COTTAGE ON Ho
tel street, directly opposite the residence of Captain B. F.
Snow. Apply to lllS-tf B GXLL1LAND.
tiMHE DUCORRON PREMISES, IN THE
.!": best of repair, with half an acre of ground, enclosed, ad
jLyiL joining the British Consulate, on Beretania street. In
qufof Hl-tf H- W. McCOUOHTRY.
THE BOARDING HOUSE IN THK
rear of the Yi bile Alone uoiei, wnn 1- separaw o
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
lTIIE FIRE-PROOP STORE AT PRE-
I .M,r.ied hv Messrs. Krull & Moll. Possession
tUL. niven on 1st next month. Apply to
jotf CHAS. oHKnUl Ja.
TO LET. .
.THE CELLAR UNDER THE HONO-
ilUL ble of storing about 400 tons. Inquire of
Iulu House one 01 ine moat pbitciiicui iu tuwu
11. M. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
' - ... .-ixn s.- T 7 A fTHnAlHlrt
100-tr V. W U.tfl.M, gW, XTCw, WAWWtWW
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO NEAT COTTAGES on Merchant street,
CrnE convenient for small families, and handy to the business
IX- part of , the town. For sale cheap, or to rent low. Title
ee simple. Apply to HENRY SMITH.
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
S. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
32-tf . Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averberg, Esq., corner or Kin ami aiaunaxca sirens.
Immediate possession can le given if required. For
terms apply to 96-tf FuUREaj biai tianuiwi.
TO LET. '
THE TWO STORES RECENTLY
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant sts.
D.i. ..iliInT tn Woe ran have them fitted to suit by
early application. For terras, please apply to m owrt
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence In Nuuanu Valley, about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. L. OREhN.
FFICE TO LET The front Office over the Post
office. Enquireot (-"i nmn"". ,
NEW COOPERAGE. ;
iEWIS Sa UOXITO
" KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
TMIE SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their friends.
Shipmasters, and the public generally, that they wUI 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. XX
N. B. Terms moderate.' " . w -
-. . . JAMES L. LEWIS.
934f . ' GEORGE W. NORTON.
SIIIPSMITII AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
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 the public generally, that he bas taken the stand adjoining
Messrs. Bcexs A Emm is, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he is prepared to execute aU kinds of
work in his line on the most reasonable terms. In a workman
like manner, and with dispatch. " 7q" .
- n. c. GRAnAiq.
COOPER AND G AUGER.
mnv. nvxrnw.irc'VKn haarlna' recently porrhased the
1 Cooperage formerly occupied by C. H. Butler, corner of
Queen and Fort streets, ts now preparea w raraw wvu
ell orders that he may be favored with at the above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the "Royal Hotel."
Ship Agents and Masters are respectfully invited to call and
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N. B. 4000 barrels cask On band and for sate on the most
reasonable terms. . .. . 6-tf
npiIE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE TO
M. notify his friends and the public that he bas re-opened his
establishment on King street, near the Bethel, where be always
will be ready to accommodate Boarders by the week or single
meal .,. UU-3ml - ... . KCHLMAN.
MECHANICS' CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE!
OX KAAHUMANU STREET, IN FRONT
of Roderick,e Restaurant. ' ,f
Breakfast at A. M. .
Dinner tt - - - - ?P
Supper at - ' - - - - '"''
XT Terms & mmw WreW. llZSm
. 'h, FLOORING. , '
and rroovad Floorinc. per uBUca A Clta.i
W-rf . v., , , VM.jaWIM.
Jlcal stalt fur Salf. ..
Valuable Real Estate for Sale ! .
THE RESIDENCE OF R. V. SPEI-.
DEN, situated on the Waikiki Road, two miles outa J
of Honolulu. The premises contain about FOURZ
ACRES of well fenced Land, Dwelling Houe, and ail 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, Cocoanuts, etc. There are
fire fish ponds on the premises, containing about 20,000 Ash, of
which one fourth are fit for use. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain water. The land is all in good
cultivation, and luunded with Shade Trees of every description
adapted to this climate,. Persons desirous of purchasing, would
do well to call and examine these premises.
Terms easy. Title fee simple. .
For particulars, inquire of . . " R. V. SrEIDEN,
'- On the premises j "
.- . . .Or A. J. CAHTW RIGHT, .
114-tf " Honolulu.
. Coiree Plantation for Sale !
r , THE CELEBRATED '
RfTITCOMB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT IIANALEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. ' The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 Acres, and has upon it 50.000 COee)
Trees. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
cane. The estate is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
lOd-tf B. W. FIELD.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE CORAL STORE ON THE COR-
I ner nf Merchant and Kaahumanu streets, oocuoied bv
lit. Dr. McKibbin. Possession given on the first of August
next. The premises are at) ny 60 feet, and win ne enclosed 11
desired, and the bouse put in good order. If sold, the terms
will be made easv. Inquire of
. Honolulu, July 28, 1858. 109-tf ASnER 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 T
67-tf ASHER B. BATES.
,THE HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED ON
fn Waikiki Plains, at present occupied by the undersigned.
I Terms liberal. Apply at this Office, or to
86-tf JOHN LORD.
DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
fcS-tTHE DAIRY FARM AT KA WAIHAE
UK A, Hawaii, seven miles from the port of Kawaihae,
oJwwlth 600 acres of enclosed land. For particulars inquire
of - ' JAMES A. LAW, in Honolulu,
102-tf Or L. B. LINCOLN, on the premises.
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
THE FOWLER FARM." situated in Pa
lolo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-Seven acres. .
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 28, 1857. 44-tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a term of years,
Jill the Store Premises now occupied by the undersigned.
65-tf . . B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
SEVERAL ELIGIBLE BUILDINGS
Ifit i and house lots, situated on different parta of Mauna Kea
XalflUdet, Honolulu. Terms very moderate. For informa
tion, etc., apply to 106-tf J. W. MARSH.
HI. It. Harvey,
HOUSE, 8HIP.SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
KING STREET, NEAR FORT, HONOLULU. -
ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS . LINE
will be executed with dispatch, and In a style second to
none. . :
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c,
KING STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL,
RESPECTFULLY INTIMATES THAT
he is prepared to execute any work In the above line, and
hopes to merit a share of public patronage. 103-tf
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY !
and PHOTOGRAPHS. TH. W. FROEBE,
105-tf " Successor of H. Stangenwald,
DONE IX A VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on fair terms- Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, Arc, bound to order. Portfolios, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, 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 shewt notice.
Orders may also be left at H. 31. WH ITXEyS Book
store, Honolulu. SAMUEL RUSSELL
. July 1, 185o.tr- - -
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forgings 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 sized sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
. . " BY , ..
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
supply merchauU and families with hard and soft soap 1 also,
neats foot oil. ' . ., ' .
XT And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. 63-ly
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
Chr.irs repaired Itnd re-covered on reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds mad ? to order. ' , ' .
Koa, black wr;nnt, pine and lead Coffins constantly on hand
and made to or?br. C11A8 W. FOX, Cabinet-maker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel St., near corner of Fort.
WILLIAM MANNr BAKER,
BEG" LEA VETO INFORM H IS FRIEXDS
and the puhlic, that he bas lately opened a BAKERY In
King street, next door to the Center Market, nearly opposito
the Bethel, where may be had at all times, FRfcSH BKa.AU,
PASTRY and CAKES. He will also keep an assortment or
Groceries. AU that he sells wlU be of the. best quality that can
be procure, in the market. - -N.
B Ship Bread dried and repacked. lll-4m
OAIIPENTER JUJ3 BUILDER,
Fort street, opposite the store of Banning fc Co.
ALL WORK In his line done with dispatch and at. the
lowest possible rates.
Jobbing done at short notice. " ' '
XT Ca:iandsee. Tl-T-y
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
the Office attached to the "Sailors' Home," will procure
Ocers and Men for whaling and other vessels, at short notice,
and will endeavor to give sfastkm to all who may favor him
with their business. , . ZiJL
- - - Licensed Shipping Agent,
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1858. 115-tf ., .. .. :
X C H.O R S, CHAINS, CORE- AGE, Ve
76 Coils Manilla, U to i incbe -60
" Russia tarred Rope, 2, to 7 do.,
6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 8000 Iba .. .
8 Chain Cables, It inch, 70 fathoms each,
. . . , ALSO . ,
6 of best patiern Ships' Cabooses patent of 1855, '
15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
Forsalelowby - (14-tf) J. C. gPALDn0
USSI V CORDAGE. SPUNYARN, -
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Unea. Hooks and Thimbles.
iouhle and single blocks. White Lead. Chrome Green.
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue, - " , - ;
Eneliiih boiled Unseed OH, Gold Leaf.
8 1. . . Fors-leby i J .
al4f H. HACKFELD A CO. ,
BLANK EXCHANGE! : .
llf ERCHAXT'S AND WHALER'S Exchang
x M. Blanks, in sets, for sale. 91 ev per wra.
H. M. WHITNEY.
RED WOOD. '
A SUPERIOR LOT OP BOAED8d CLaP-
BOARDS, for sale by
- O. H. LEWTOS.
ON HAND, AND TO ARRIVE Ppt91'"
iieren," Heroes choice 8ug Cured Hrna, TQ
' COCO AN ITT OIL.
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALE
A in Quantities to suit, at . "
108-tf GEO. C. MCLEAPiTJ BTJltg. nuuanu -
fvjAU DE COLOGNE. In eham. ootues, ao rn
oer hottles. Lawn's extract. Florid Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc., etc ...... . ,
' ' For sale by -
HUG AR, SYRTJPS AND MOLASSES,
fjmOM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
MP . . HLMSTJLfJ UI PLJJVTA TIOJV,
r. For sale by . . C6-t0
H. HACKFELD A Co.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS J I
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
from Boston, by the YOU NO GREEK, an addition to his;
large and desirable stock of
. Hardware and Catlerfl..
Comprising the following articlea 1 Folding harrows, cast sted
D handled garden spades, long bandied do, cast steel shovels,
square and round point; potato diggers, bog hoes, glue, whiting,
garden shears, bash hooks, steel sledge hammers, charcoal irons,
iron rakes. " 1 , . - . ,. -. k, ,. . .. .
, .; . , . . Cntlerf.
A large assortment of pocket knives, cocoa handle knives, 5 to
12 inches; knives and forks. . f
Tools, Jec. . '..'..j
Cross-cat saws, wood saws with frame complete, blacksmith's
screw plates, dowelling bits, gouges, plumbs and level, black
smith's vises, wooden bench screws, bodkins, scratch a wis,
cooper's chisels, grindstones of assorted weights, awl and plan
handles, brass dividers and compasses, boxwood rules, coppering
punches, box chisels, mallets, flies and rasps of superior quality,
bench hatchets. , '
Cord and Twines.
Hemp and Manila cords and fines, cotton do, seine twine, cot
ton and linen wrapping twines, fish lines, all sixes and qualities.
- Builder's Hardware. - -
Fine lath nails, "
Pressed nails, V
Improved blind butts,
Store door locks.
Wardrobe books, -Brass
Brass hinges, . v
Heavy T hinges, : '
Improved gate hinges,
Upright rim locks.
Night latches, 2 to 6 keys,
Brass and iron padlocks. ..
Colt's revolvers, extra nipples for Colt's revolvers, India rub.
ber curry combs,, large and small paint brushes, itowder flasks,
measuring tapes, bottling wire, halter and trace chains, emery,
cloth and paper; roller buckl s, breeching rings, rat traps, alba
ta spoons, charcoal furnaces, gridirons, wavhbosirds, bed screws,
wrapping paper, petticoat lamps, tinned spurs, waffle bona, etc
Il-6t W. N. LADD.
IEW GOODS !1TEW GOODS !
J list ' Receiveds'
GLUE. BRISTOL BRICK. ASS'D NAILS,
Hunt's handled axes, charcoal iroos, wrought spikes,
Axe handles, row locks, whalera' spadea, ' - C
Firmer chisels, gouges, flies, planters' hoes, bog hoes,
..... Buck shot, chisel handles, knife clciners, . .
Safety fuse, bead and moulding plane.
Carpet hammers, blind hinges, wrought nails,;
Seine twine, U fiord's study lamps, fish and chalk lines,
Oun nipples, superior needles, shot belts,
Plated castors, plated forks and spoons.
Plated dessert knives, wire rat traps, horse rasps.
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tacks.
Spirit levels, ts trays, horae brushes, and cards,
On bows and ox yokes, corn shelters, grain cradles,
House paper, assorted, pod and center bits.
Enameled duck for .carriage tops, new saddles,
. Finished grindstones, grindstone fixtures, --.'.
Lead pipe, i, i. H, H. and 2 Inches,
Douglas pumps. No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, guard od lanterns,
Brasa screw rings, nest trunks, nail rods,
. Olazed sash, 8x10. 10x12, 10x14,
Doors and blinds, 1, 1 inch and U Inch hose,
Hair cloth, curled hair, feather pillows.
Looking glasses, bush and grass scythes.
Heavy log chains, cast steel picks, ' - -
Sliding door locks, mortice chisels, brass cocks, aas'd,
Iron braces, bags shot, scotia and bead planes,
. Pick handles, jack and 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,
Curtaiu rings, powder flasks, ivory bandied knives, .
Egg beaters, Ely's percussion caps, silver thimbles,
' Black bowed scissors, axe hatcheta, boys' axes,
Porcelain picture knobs, rarer strops and rasors,
Zinc washboards, wheelbarrows, hay cutters, ,
Tinned spurs, haruess leather,' - ...
Harness, Japan, brass and silver mounted,
Buggy lamps, solar lamps, assorted, solar wicks, v
Britannia lamps, shovels and tongs,
Extra handles tor Eagle plow No. 8, ' . . '
Flat Swede's tron, assorted, -
i inch and 9-16, f square, Swede's iron,
' i, I, i inch round iron, nests buckets and boxes,
Sing.e and double bedsteads.
Dry Goods, Ac.
Extra skirts, rattans, Scotch diapers -and napkins, ' "
Printed jaconet muslins, fast colors, .
Turkey red prints, small figure, . . .. j
Fine prints, white ground.
Curtain cord, paper, cambric,
Ladies' and gents' L. C. handkerchiefs.
Child's and misses' white hose, ;
4-4, 6-4, 6-4 and 11-4 sheeting,
- Rm rirtittnir hmwn eattons. tlcklne. etc.. '-----.
i And a great variety of Goods, in store and to arrive, for sale by
A. V. KM MJ
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
Just Arrived- from Liverpool,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
P O U T S H A. . 9 9 ,
Bales fancy prints, bales muslin, a complete assortment blankets)
Alpaccas, plaids, figured lustres, Orleans, Brussels carpet
Velvet carpets, black doeskin, velvet rugs, bine twilled flannel-,
Moleskin, cotton umbrellas, sUk umbrellas. Victoria lawns,
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchiefs, regatta shirts J
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, fanny drills;
White sheeting, brown bollands, linen cambrii hand kerchieft)
White damask table covers, huckaback toweling, white drills;
Shirtings, madapoUuns, grey domestics, fine and food white cal ice.
Sundries. ' ' .
60 tons rice, -' .
Casks bottled ale and porter,
Hods draught ale, ,-'..v .,
Crates earthenware, ,
Cases fancy biscuits, '
An invoice of KoskiU's English watches,
tons fencing wire, r . . .. ,
' 6 small iron safer, . . ' " ;
.'. . " 2 copying presses, .',.'
: '. Assorted haop iron, "
Assorted round and square Iron)
. - 20 boxes IX tin plates, ' -; '
sheets lead, ' 5
Eng'ish white lead, paiuts and oil.
Also Received via San Francisco:
Serge and flannel shirts, . - : r . - ti."
. Assorted cloths, ,:'''
Corah handkerchiefs. ' -
- On Hand : .
Liverpool and St Cbes salt, ' -
- English groceries, pie fruits, pickles, ! -English
brown soap, . - - i-
- Slates and fire bricks, . '
, . - - Anchors and chains, . , :,
Saddlery, etc etc.
And a very varied assortment of Dry Goods and Sundries.
XT An invoice of NEW GOODS is expected shortly frowi Saa
Francisco. v m-X - ' ROBERT C. JANION.
New Goods, cx Bark " MeMa."
B XS. CODFISIli KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL
- Kits cod tongues, -
- Cases lard, In tins, 10 lbs each, : . 1
Corn meal, in tins, - , .
- : Ground rice. In Una, - ' ' ' - .
Carolina, rice, in bbls, ' ; ---; '
Boston smoked hams, . . . .
" Crushed sugar,
; -.. Loaf sugar, - ; . t. , ; ,..;J
Water crackers, .
Butter do, .- -t, !!:'- -'
, 1 Sods .' do, . -,a ,; ...
Oyster - do, ' "' " '
Milk Mscuita, ; .
," Ginger snaps, . -' .': ;
, - Jumbles, .
''' ' .". ' Dried apples. ' - " ' ' --- -107-tf
- . - -At 8. BAVTPQgS.
- u. j. sniTn.
Undertaker acd Cabinet KJLer,
BEOS LEAVE ' TO XOTirY THE
public that be ia now prepares to rumwn aai khmom
of COFriNS, and sapertDteod Fnnerala, at tin swart-
-tlm Vfra. Ik. Ims fmrimM he hSfl had ia
ttw. imdiiM. he araxi that he mav ri ve satisf actkm to those wo
wUI Uvor him with a eaJL Ready made pine eoflus) always oa
hand, from $4 to $10 cherry and koa do.. Tarnished. 9X9 sad
u in. miuimI. 2S asMl 40. Koa Lumber on hand sod
fcrsale at his shop, King street, nearly opposite the
N. B. FCRNITCBJE made, repaired and rarnished, wtUt
neatness sad dispatch. ! - lAS-4f
LADIES' SIDE LACE OAITEM- ,
Ladies' foxed Frmncais gaiters, t.
do velvet slippers, , . v . '
do fancy buskins, - . . . .-.H 4
aliases' fancy gaiters, '
Inlaws' boots, ! :- . v
Men's Oxford tiea, - j r
'do patent leather gaiters, ... .'"u :.;..
do stevs top- do. --.
" 114-tf " ' ' ' C. A. H. 9. WOOL
, CAKES AND CRACKERS . .".
f irST RECEIVED PER TANKEE i
jsjV i . Ftenie ersckers, ia tins; . .. ' ?':.
. . ,i Water ersckers, .do; i. j.
' ' ' ' Jumbles. ' - For sals by :t Jj
: ii4-tr ' :' i -.-: '.i---' o. a. it b. . roos.
JUST RECEIVED EX R ADCOA." "A L?T '
of Falkirk ALB, In pints, 2 doses in s ease, tor jslsbr;
lit tf - - - O. A. -H. W. FOCaL
C 0 MM ISStON - MERCHANT . -
Qeesas Plse. Sy4aiey ' J
" XT Reference to W. L. Okisir, HoooluHi, S, I.
- 1 EASTQA Cc CO., - .
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MESCHANTS,
Hakodaslt, Japan. -'; '
ALL Kinds of Fresh ProvknoDs urolshed alaoj SJdp's
Stores asd Ship Chandlery, AT Bosourt-O rstcss. ...
Whalemen's Drafts taken, Jte, -Tl-ljr '
vto. n. cusisSiir, -
, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, '
Tahiti, ' . - ;'1 ;v
WU supply Ships vita provisions, sre sod advance money on
favorable terms for bins on th United States. ' 43-Iy
CUSTOM HOUSE COMMISSION AGENT
MANG0NUI, NEW ZEALAND. ; '
XT Shlpptoff supplied oft ths most reasoosbls enM. Ul?
ZH S-, long. 173-58," . 41-ly
SHIPCH ANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AGENT. Goods bought sod sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at ths shortest sottos.
Comer of Qubbk's Road and Pomsosn trass, Us .
' XT Befrrs to Tsowas SrSwctCB, A. 1. CaJtrwansrs, 1. C
Stawms. Honolulu, BandwIchlsUnds. i 10s-ly
NEW GOODS! V
- JUST RECEIVED EX -r - v
sain. loAx-ls. Otja.cft4osa
A. SCHAU, MASTER, FROM HAMBURG I 1,
ND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
. consisting In part as follows : 'S' .1
Fancy prints, mourning do, fancy printed Jaconcta,raourning do,
Sup. white sliirting, Rossis crash, linen imperial, Unea hdkls.
Linen diaper, towels do, bed ticking, ainrham, Victoria lavas,
Moleskin, mohair. Mack arpacea, black Orleana, buckskin, -f
Blue and black broad doth, billiard cloth, hair doth.
Velours dH'trecht, fancy printed cotton shirts, a large variety,
White cotton shirts, linen bosom do, blue and red flannel shirts.
Hickory shirts, cotton, wool and Silk undershirts, kersey drawers.
Ponchos, bed quilts, white, blue, pink and yellow flannel.
Blue, red and white blankets. . . ' ; '
Pilot cloth pantaloons, do monkey Jackets, black alpaeca easts.
Waterproof costs, silk and cloth coats, linen drill pants, ' '
Moleskin pants, cotton and buckskin do, blue A black brosdoioth,
Blue mixed cotton seeks, brown do, tansy do, wool do, '
m ir. l. Anin iiMtkinM. Mmri wblta afik do.
Black silk stockings. Lisle thread do, children's de sod socks.
Lasting gaiters, ladies and gentlemen's sllppsra,
French calf boots, cotton and silk suspenders, silk cravats,
Leghorn hats for ladies and gentlemen, silk and cotton umbrellas,
Kidderminster caroeU. U pes try do, sasU sod rugs, carpet bags,
Boljbinet lace, ladies' falls, children's hoods.
Lisle thread gloves for ladies and genUessen. .
Cotton and linen thread, sewing silk, bonnet Wire, crinoline.
Piping, slay binding, elastic belts. Costss spool eottSB,
Crochet cotton, imperial pins, crochet nssdlss,
Sun. Sharpe's needles, glass Inkstands, pen knives, rasors,
Embroidty scissors, button bote do. Jack knlvwa, butsbsr do.
Powder tU9ks, Wrd cages. Ivory combs, ourtain rings, x
Patent pencil cutlers, eeppered springs for sofas, ssdHlss, , ,
Cotton, wool and silk fringes, cords and tassels,
Ladies dress trimmings, mtrll collars sod stss i ss, craps de, .
Thread Isce, csarroidered bdkfs, napkins, toys, vshret ribbons.
Velvet in pieces. Parisian Srit hats, for kadias, gssllstssn knd
children, ta large variety, '
Oil paintings, ladies' nseessslrss, printed cotton ssvlksrrhhtfs,
Fbroidsred Jupxas. sssntUlss, Isdles' ssosawsr etosks,
Kid gloves far ladles sad gentlemen, sUk do, riding flowes,,
Ladles' fans, porte-monnaies, bvSkto eossla. fssihrr dsstsra,
Tortoise shell combs, garters, Ismp shades, ladles' reticule.
Black silk shawls and scarfs, black taffetas, ealnrad do, ruche.
Artificial Bowers, chaniUe, kxnnet ribboau , u.
Btsvk weeks, faglseap, letter pawar, sys dsy snsskmes,
Wrapping paper, sand do, printing do. genuine Ltabta'sextrBet,
Genuine aau daeolorae, eoaunon do, lavsndef VSSsr,asosstirisl(
Elegant dinner and breakfast sets, soup plates, dinner pUtea,
Vegetable dishes, tureens, spittoons, water bottles, tumblers, -Ships'
lanterns, window omatnewts, gilded mouldings, clav pipes,
Goblets, vine sad champagne glasses, castors, lamp chimneys.
Swiss cheass, split pass, rock candles sad drspa, sValt bonbons.
Peppermint iosenges, ntaccsroni. vermloeUl, stearins candles,
Barley grits in demijohns, oat grits in do, pearl Sap In do,
Ccdflih, indigo brae, loaf and crushed sugar, sardines, rslslns.
Currants. Westphalia hams, pilot bread, Bass ale, Tenneot's do.
Porter, pott wine, claret, sherry, cognac, gin. violin strings.
Tape and braids, powder and shot, matches, beeswax,
Polished charcoal irons, raven's duck, Russia cordage, spun yarn.
Marline, housing, flagllne, logilne, sail twine, oak am,
Stockholm tar, pitch, rosin, Venetian red, balled linseed oil,
English white lead, Paris green, chrome green, Prussian blue,
Bronse paint, tin pistes, hoop Iron, bar Iron, steel, nail rotL,
Iron and brass wire, wire netting, sheet sine, gunny bags, corks.
Vinegar In demijohns, COALS, etc., etc. aKCm "
" Honolulu, Sept. 6, 18M. 116-tf -
Lumber ! liUiaber ! ;
AT THE OLD LUMBER YARD Just re
ceived. ex Fortuna, the best avssortaMist of Eastern Lum
ber ever Imported, constating of ..
15,000 feet assorted white oak plank, for Snip Carpenters'
sad Wheelwrights' use. - " ' . ' ' -
90.000 feet white pine sheathing boards, Inch thick.
- 15.000 feet yeUow pine H to M task plank, far beading sad
"o00 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
planed on one side. ' . . , '. . ...
6,000 feet Pennsylvsnl white pin shelving, planed on both
43,000 feet sssorted dimension plank, 14 to 1 inch.
100.000 best Aroostuk shaved cedar shingles. -'
25,000 best laths. '
And s variety of building materb.hv. -
- C. H. LEWERS, Lomber Merchant.
g7 - Fort street.
. EX " GOLDEN STATE."
THE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMBER RE
centiy arrived by the above schooner worn Ham bold t, sen
sisting in part as follows :
65 M 1-Inch Northwest Board.,
5 M 1-Ineh Redwood '. do; ,
37 M Scantling, assorted sie.
88-tf : For sale by ' . GEO. O. HOWE.
"7 : - SUNDRIES. ..-..: .,
FRESH CAROLINA RICE,
English Pie Fru -English
. Bpanisb Otius, ;
Macaroni snd Vermicelli, ;
Fresh Prunes in GUas Jars,
Brandy Peaches snd Cherries, :
Per u Taokee," for sale by
115-tf ' . , 0. L. RICHARDS A CO.
HOURLT EXPECTED, PER "STREN.
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH, -, T. . '
Harness and Ruaeot Leather, ( . . ; t r? . .
Children's Cabs, ,
' Children's Carriages, various ps, -lUMf
-.--.i CHAS. BRKWKB, TO.
JUST RECEIVED, per -YowagOrsekfromBoston,
and for sale by the uadersiaed,sasssMlinMM of HAH
BLE SLABS, srith Brsckstt. . . wr-rPP
HfMf i , i A. P. EVEEsJT.
OATS t "O ATS t
rEW CALIFORNIA OATS, ELCCTED.
. nnal to tba heat hi ths market. ist landed
from the Flying Dsrt," sad for sals ossa to Jeit, by
TR A t T R A -
irntiAvri. wrtrrrMinivn A WD OOLONG
Teas, Ier "Ysnkes."fcme of tbsss sssi ere wsry jjtpe-
rior. For sale by
RIGGING LBATEZ3. .
ON HAND, AND TO ABtllTJB PSA tT
n&n W ar , "jT 5 efalcctp-
PURE CIDER TINISAa. ''
BBLB.TO ARRIVE PE MTUGV,
hourly expected, tor sale by
9. e. OAixrra.
ALCOHOL, CO PER CENT. OT," 1 niOOF.
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fcrssls by, (lZ4tj C. A. U.-V.;t - v A
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