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ii trp ra uuuw ma--
tu- .;rht Viixl of a steamer,
sl. would do 'more to anrarel this
U unjrle than snjtuing else. - wy we nm-
; , lnn:r swiB-
1 ...to rraat" If any of your mtaus
-TClUa practical my m grawea., U would
valuable mu v : -
r u Twtie in existence. On Hawaii nei
nJ soar grasses are mm 's
i j vi 'lv vf the
'V ' .l.-r a. manner not to
the leanness , - -
f . r.rasiers are bea-inning to leet atarmeu
T Zntodo otu,, something to aert the
F J . l... .vi.minirlit understand-
the matter, and no concur u. -
lD K-w.w.mld be especially valuable
v on me . . . .
U. Stir up
the sarans. 1 uo not presume to
nal mn!rftl licrht OIiIt
t .how a ioj o"1-" r o
. . tne iu tuu v. m
. " ... - It ,1 -
I notice it w iwmw-s uj u wui
f, nAtiTe grasses, oetier i suspect taau
r : Do any of your readers know that
U pawing is succeeded by a dense growth of
WLd k'ukat Puaa (say nothing of other
C i nual in highth and sweetness to Timothy
li ton? Fact a i- "
oU gnuing lnJs of Oaho, I fancy, are begin
L feel the effects of long pasturage. The own-
wealthy and it will be well for them to be
e .. . permit nie to suggest an idea, it will
U one if t no B001' nd 00613 but U"le
, ' Get Plows-teel are best-put the
r . P,,ioIi at work. Mae ngnt nar-
1tht UMtr the better, then.break in eery mare
r.ncb, to go in the harness and harrow Plow
irroWantil every Testige of grass and weeds
C. thn sow wheat, oats, barley, cornornotn
U let it sweat. The result will be an improT-
Ureof gra. 8weet that " yUr
Lrf animals will pay an everlasting Tkit to it
f .... TV. nrkeJ steers and mares wiU
t fence ovi- , , ,
t. : :w -trenzth. stamina and Talue. and
Crt in morals, in a measure equal to the
t tv. m.;n; land will be redeemed and im
r . i Ko1u Tt ia not &bao.
3 ten fold- iry " ,
necessary to be in a Hurry, one t.t ycr
im. in a long lifetime. Dont spare that
ful young mare, thinking her too nice to work,
m : hrr or her Droeenv so much.
Wlil 1U11V-v -
course, -ii vivm-uia i-- tc
the contrary. -
. ti .i. .n.t iatt1 th'uTM are kindred
i ,!t the tonic up here, in fact tne courts
f, - -
rtle I to do but to 8tadJ how to aclui.t 8UCn
l or t0 punish them so lightly that they feel
Ikes honored by the operation. I witnessed a
I i m x1a ttiiof thft dthpr diiT.
ViniDui'tw v" rf-
Ive, the most expert cattle thief in Hamakua,
H wftre is saying a good deal where tnere
m4BT foreigners,) was arraigned. The theft
loiel, puint LUnk, not a particle of rebutting
dt- besides the culprit was fined tnere and
tii dollars for contempt of court, (another
Jfor perjury.) This is one side. 1 wo days suo-
i!t the criminal mustered an nis witnesses and
Id went on. No prosecutor or witness on the
part cf the prosecution. Still no attempt made
Lt pretioos testimony ; the scoundrel relying
apoohis good moral character and faithful
V-membersbip to mitigate the penalty. His
)ar.ter was satisfactorily proved to the judge
confederates, the criminal's witnesses them
:estiing that the two animals stolen were val
fifty dollars. The sentence was to pay tuxnty
'lart. no imprisonment, then suffering that
Lai lowly specimen of Hamakua society to re-
1 his old haunts again.
Editor, do you know anything cf Hamakua,
!. Talk of Coventry, Texas, or even H ;
Ire places of paradise compared with it. If you
character in Honolulu whose room is lndis-
t to the welfare of the city, just Hamakua
It is high time our statutes made a distinction
a property BuJon that has legs to assist in car-
uelf away, and other property. I will not
upon this point, I understand the honorable
ler of the Legislature from Hamakua feels a deep !
t in the matter and will bring the subject be
fit body in a proper form. That he may suc-
m accomplishing a suitable change in the st&t-
-iie deTout wish of every person here not in-
bl in the peculiar trade.
V) letter is getting to be as long as the tail of the
By the way, what "astronomers say that
Uet'i tail is a reflection, of the sun through the
us mass that envelops the comet?" Causing
Kght shadow" kc I had been parading my
raical lore ever since that critter made its ap-
kce, but give a very different account of its
Of coarse yon are right, and I feel considerably
iat it. Still I can't see how the sun can
atke.l shadow, or that the shadow diverges
Mods as it recedes from the nucleus unless the
the smaller bod j. Further, if you take a very
light and pla.:e it ia the presence of a very
pt, the latter wi'l cmt a dark shadow instead
tright" one. The theory you advance sa-
f pulpit ahtronotuy, which may be likened unto
It's, very ornamental to the trade, but rather
wt to matter of fact folks. IIilo.
W. FIELD IIEREBV GIVES JfOTICK
'vT. m:rn' e linnnluUi at an early latr, and
uunitmo na I'OXlllsSlOM BLtl.NKSS and
lis t.i .
pZr. 13. 3P. Snow.
f tv ranH binineM will be attended to by Mr. Snow.
-1 t.t Atl-ivrj.
ia. -W. 1,
nrDEK?IOXF.D Vu thi.dar re-etahlibed himrflf
ERIL t'OMMIi-l.X MERC-HAST at this fJace.
'Sov. 1, 143. liHf B. F. 8 SOW.
B. F. SNOUT.
I CooimiMtoa Mwehant, nonolulo, Oaho, Ilav. IsUnds.
r'"r Boston nd lionnlalo Packets.'
m i r r T litomb FUntatiuo.
'ew rnglaad RnoOii Cniany. 12Utf
C. WATERMAN & Co.
Offer for Sale:
KS?" EXTRA MESS BEEF.
- "" l" HIT pnrK,
w - aUem floor, saperSne,
1 " H.xaU do da.
J Pllat- "vy and medium.
nl kl.i. . . V
una crmoea nrv, . .
12"J,'W Bedford towUnes,
SbbU pitch, .. - .
M ! I"1'!4' 9 tbnmA " "reVt, S
t, U sod IS thread, seixing, hamber
rv. ' "J5 winding and hooseUne,
ataWes sad anchors,
"tog boards. 123-tf
JJ?'J' PARTICULAR ATT EX-
1' and Ibr sate by him, uoMcf the
Mali, "",nocl lot the emntry.
r ,li4. 121-Jni OODFRET EH0DE8.
fceCrean! fee Cream!
77 aowe named tMoon,on the eorser of
rha T wdwb m ana e aaspy fe rar-
tS4- . "7 -7 wra taat
,, . . . '
made, aad vith
u FamUiea sritb attea
rTc,-. "TUTOR'S NOTICE.
iZJlZ? i' HaootnUi, deceaaed,
KtIL.:!,7 estate are re-
"rd TkT ",cuon,f " JBDdniKaed t and sil per-
r. , aM are teamed 10 make knmediate
r C. IiAJULLS.
Attnrn7 (nr Adjoiniatrator.
. The deaths from yellow fever in New Orleans
daring the past week were zoo.
, The London Timet, in a series of articles, is most
eagerly advocating the annexation of both Cuba and
Mexico to the United States.
The French word fete, in so common use in the
tiwa frfim" Krni i-nnfa In Th Pnrlih wnrd
" w I
l'rayer meetings are.heM in twenty-two engine
houses in rhiudelpbia.
Robert Dale Owen, American minister at Naples,
denies that he nas become a Catiiolic Jie is a
The Kansas majority against Lecompton stands
now w48. Whole vote . ' .
It is said that a coinage- of doable sovereigns is
shortly to be issued in England.
The Austrian journals complain that Prince Frede
rick n llliani is going to make himself the bead of the
Freemasons of Germany. .
The marriage of the Prince Royal of the Two
Sicilies with the Duchess Maria of Bavaria, will be
celebrated by proxy at Munich, in October next
BoaoLcur, November 1, 1858.
Miss Assrrrs Iscs :
We, the nodcreigned, appreciating your nperiority at an
Actreaa, and yoor worth aa an indlvidaal, beg reapectfull to
tender yoa a COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT, at the Boyat
Hawaiiaa Theatre, to take place on such erening as may suit
With sincere feelings for your welfare,
Beltere os to be yours very truly,
R. C. Wtllib,
Jamss W. Bosokk,
B. F. Ssow,
C. L. KtCRaaos,
IL W. SKTiaancB,
Savin L. Orsgo,
B. Tocr Nicolas,
J. C. SraLoiao,
B. W. Field,
A. P. Eraarrr.
And many others.
Ilosoirxc, November 2, 1854.
To II. R. II. Pbixcb KaMEBAMEaa, II. Ex, D. L-Gseoo, H. Ex.
R. C. Wtlub, Host. Jamks W. Bokoes, Ac, Ac.:
OESTLax es :
Tour flattering communication, tendering me a Complimentary
Benefit, has been duly received, and for the manifestation of good
will and esteem contained therein, allow me to return my sincere
thanks. I would suffgfst Tuesday Evesimo next, as the most
convenient and appropriate for the Benefit to take place, and
trust the character of the entertainment presented will meet
With every wish for the future welfare of your beautiful Island,
I remain, Gentlemen,
Respectfully, your ob't serv't,
E CLAMPSl'S Nice is hereby given that the
next Regular Meeting of this Order will be held on next Monday
Evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall, over Dr. MeKibtn's Drug rtore,
on Quean street. Resident and transient Brothers are respectfully
invited to attend. Per order N. G. Ii. 123-lt
A CARD. Captain Mutil, of the French Whale Ship
Napoleon. -,kxit on the 19th of May last, near St. Paul's Isl
and, Bbering Sea, takes this method of returning his sincere
thanks to Captain M unlock, of ship fiattau; Captain Earl, of
ship Jirth Swift, Capt. Child of ship tfm. Thompson, and
Captain Jackson, of ship Braganxa, for their kindness and at
tentions shown to him, his officers and crew, in saving them
from the wreck, and in furnishing a safe return to this port-
Honolulu, October, 1858 , It
The Gnefenberg Family Medicines do not assume to cure all
diseases with one remedy. They have eleven different medicines,
each adapted to its peculiar disease ; and time has proved, be
yond a question, the efficacy ami certainty of these preparations.
Their list comprises the following medicines :
( 1 r.efen b erg vegetable pllis;
Marshall's Uterine Catholicon ;
Gracfenberg Sarsaparilla ;
Grjefexberc Pile Kemedy ;
Grxfexberg Dvsentert Strup ;
Green Mocntaln Ointment ;
gr.ftenberg children's panacea ;
( JR.K1 EN'BERG CoNSl'VPTIVE BaLH ;
(iR.trEXBERG Eye Lotion ;
( R.F.FEN BERG FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY;
Gr.eeexberg Health Bitteks;
Gr.fenberu Manual of Health ;
For sale by ' 8. PORTER FORD,
General Agents, REDINOTON OX,
122-6ai Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
The Grsr fen berg Smraaparilla. A power
ful extract. One bottle equal to ten of the ordinary Sarsa
parilla for purifying the blood. A sore cure for scrofula,
rheumatism, ulcers, dyspepsia, salt rheum, mercurial dis
eases, cutaneous eruptions, Ac
THE GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.
Invaluable for bums, woundit, sprains, chilblains, sores, swell
ing scrofula, etc As a Plain Extract, it cannot be excelled,
affording immediate relief from the most excruciating pains.
The Grsrfestbrrs Medicines) are for
Iirugjrist and Apothecaries. 6. PORTER
General Agents, REDINGTON
123-6m2 Wholesale DrocgUts, San i
CALIFORNIA JIIXSTRELS I
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER,
THURSDAY, FKIDAY and MONDAY,
BURLrarF.S. SONGS, DANCES, Etc. Etc
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY EYKNIXO.
flUIK I'NDERSIGNED has just received per " For- I
M. tena," from Liverpool, a nice asortment of surior
ROBERT C. JANION.
. TO LET.
THE COMMODIOUS STORE AND
Ttwt-llimr. mentl, occuoied br Mr. Peatt. on Nuuanu
, street, between Hotel and Beretania streets. The House
has been thoroughly repaired. Apply to
12Vtf Corner Richard and Merchant sta.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE t
a T.t. PARTIES WHO HAVE NOT PAID
m ,hr lua when railed anon tv the undersiirned. or wbo
bavabad Ui notices left at their residences!, or places of business,
are lureby infrruied that tlie undersigned will be at his office on
Emma Street, 2.1 dir from Beretania Street, to receive their
Uxes every Saturday rrom V o'clock a.ji. i" a o-ci t.ji
until further notice. WM. WEBSTER,
Tax Collector, Kona District, Oahu.
Honolalo, Oct. 27, 1853. . 1-
Flour ex Mountain-Wave !'
7UKTV BBIA RICHMOND SUPERFINE.
JL in quarter and eighth sacks.
For sale in quantities to suit
it. f. IsaUW.
Just Received per Yankee!
TENNr MND CAKES. FRESH APPLES
. in .Im Fnrukbr I.- 1 KIWIIAni-a
mini? hvDRRSlGXED 1
JL bids sH persons harboring or trusting his wife Kapipi, as be
will pay no debts or her contrsmng aner mis aaw.
J Honolulu, Oct. 2d, 1858. 122-8t I. FERQrR30N.
X YANKEE" CASKS BEST
flannel over shirts, do. heavy hickory shirts.
Cases satinet pants, do. white blankets.
Cases India rubber boots.
Cases men's black cass bats,
Cases children's fancy hats.
IfcHf C. A. A II. F. POOR-
EX YANKEE" CASES IIAMBL1N I
Bakers oysters, do. saleratus in bottles,
Cases Jenny Lind cakes.
Boxes EnKllah white soap,
. Boxes assorted stick candies,
Boxes assorted seeds, da. do. drops,
Boxes peppermint braid.
Chests best Oolong tea, boxes T. D. pipes.
122-tf C. A. A H. F. PO0R.
AFRESH SUPPLY. PER " 1 ANKK Bj '
enmprising " Knickerbocker," a favorite brand, "Gipsey
FRESH SUPPLY. PER
For sale by
C. A. A U. F. POOR.
ANEW LOT PER BARK YANKEE, OF
the best quality China white matting, yard and a half
wide. Price reasonable.
C. A. A n. F. POOR.
Ice Cream! Ice Cream!
JOE RODERICK -INFORMS THE PUB
lie that lie will be preoared to serve out Ice Cream on
THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, Oct. 28.
Private Booms for
NEWLY PACKED SACRAMENTO SAL"
moo, ia Urge and small packages, juat in per Yankee, and
fbraaleby 12a-tfJ C. A. A n. F. POOR.
UNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
Kegs Riveta, daily exweted per clipper sbip "Syren,"
tr taw iiy
- ll-tf - CIIAS. BREWER, 2o.
- LANCE POLES.
I- ANCE POLES, to arrive per "Syren," f.nr sale by
J 11 If CHA8. BREWER, 2o.
Any man wk prsfesra te understand all
' trades and sciences, assumes to impose an absurdity upon
the public On the same principle, any medicine which pro
I eases to cure all diseases, is unworthy the slightest confi-
denoe, and should at ouce be denounced as a quack nostrum.
sale by all I
AND . - . , . .
For Sale by the Undcrsigrned,
' AT THE STORK IN DAVIS' BLOCKi FOUT
roeS wo iloors above lUng street
I Tory crochet hooks, steel do do, crochet cotton, .
Knitting eotton, embroidery cotton, -
Knittuig needles, wonted needles, ,
Berlin wool, assorted eolors, orocbet patlero books,
Berlin wool patterns, purse silk, assorted eolors,
Nrrvw friiiKe lineu, Uiread laces and lusertions, ,
ValeiicieoiK-M laces and insertions, Smyrna edge do inaertions
Malta lace, crochet lace, do Insertion,
White silk blood and edging, white blond quilting, with edge,
Muslin and cambric edging and insertion.
Muslin and cambric ooUara, crochet collars,
Thread lace collars, Maltese do, Florentine do.
Dimity do, baodg do, small Btael beads.
Embroidery silk, assorted colors, floss silk, do do.
Trimming fringes, colored and black moire antique trimmings
Fancy linen buttons, silk buttons for dresses, . .
Glass buttons, cords and tassels, assorted colors,
Assorted velvet ribbons, bobbin edging.
Muslin and cambric bands, ladies' belts, do gauntlets,
Children's plain and open-worked socks.
Ladies' plain and open-worked stockings.
Ladies' dress caps, white and black, Victoria plaid,
Linen serpentine braid, assorted colors, mohair do do,
White and colored woolen socks, infant's woolen shoes.
Children's kid slippers, assorted colon and sizes.
Ladies' head dresses, white, pink and blue tarletons,
Whit and black illusion, mobairbultU,
White, blue and pink French merino, French flowers,
Paris made bonnets, richly trimmed,
White horse-hair bonnets, large sixes, emb'd handkerchiefs,
Silk Serpentine braids, different colors,
Neapolitan black crape collars, black lace do.
Black, blue, white pink, green and straw colored crape,
Coates' cotton, best quality, white and ass'd colors ribbon,
Black bonnet ruches, white do do, pink do do, blue do do,
Needle pointed pins, infant's white cashmere hoods.
Infant's woolen hoods,
I- At P. Coates' best 8-cord sewing thread.
Misses woolen capes, do plaid shawls, ladies' do do.
Infant's embroidered bodices, large black Chantilly veils,
Chain stitch handkerchiefs, cambric do,
Broad white silk blond lace,
Fine white blue and pink French flannel, fine linen diaper,
Small patterns brilliants, fine white Swiss muslin.
Fine printed lawn, fashionable patterns,
Assorted straw trimmimrs black and gray straw bonnets,
Misses' fashionable hats, boys' do,
Red and black check plaids, patent corsets,
White Marseilles, white linen fringes.
White cords and tassels, mohair caps and head dresses,
Vest buttons, linen tapes,
I. Warren's best oral-eyed needles.
122-tt MRS. PEARSON.
IE W CrOODS !
Ex " Portena," from Liverpool.
FOR SALE, AT VERY MODERATE P Ri
ces, at the STOKE OF GEORGE CLARK., Hotel street :
Babies' white Embroidered Merino Hoods,
Do do Woolen Hoods,
Do Embroidered Cambric Robes,
'Do do do Waista
Ladies' Embroidered Cambric Collars, latest fashion,
Dimity Bands, various styles and qualities,
Crochet Collars, black lace. Falls, assorted qualities.
White Ruches for bonnets, mohair caps.
Black and colored Silk Velvet Trimming; plain and fancy,
Misses' white Cotton Hose, plain and open worked,
Children's Open-worked white Cotton Socks,
Babies' White and Colored Berlin Wool Boots, assorted qual.
Black and Colored Bilk and Mohair Fringes, great variety.
Colored Silk Braid, for Dress Trimming, '
Serpentine Braid, assorted colors.
Broad Worsted Braid, assorted colors.
Black and Colored Silk Ribbon Gimps,
Ladies' White and Colored Corsets, various styles.
Belting Ribbons, Sash Ribbons, and Bonnet Ribbons,
Linen and Cotton Tapes, Brass Hoops for Skirts,
Ladies' Kid Gauntlets,
And a great variety of Ooods too numerous to mention. 122-t
T THE GOLDEN FLEECE !
Fine Wool Merino Rams for Sale !
A VERY FINE SELEC- 3,
lion can now be made ut Louzada, 8pen- r
cer A Co.s, Lihue, Hawaii, forty of f " L,
wMch ant vnt hv the niAtchleM ram nasassw
' Taj i ao,n whose sire, u Lyibruimtka," stands unrivaled in the
great wool growing Australias, his fleece weighing in the grass,
but moderately clean, sixteen pounds of the finest quality.
u LyilHwinska" was purchased by James Aitkin, Esq., for 210.
u Vaqrcao" was shorn in Honolulu unler two years ok), his
fleece weighing thirteen pounds. His present fleece challenges
Lstuda. Kixarrr it sj. having iust reoeiveii per
order fb -m Germany, some pure Saxons, can now diatposeoT part
of tbeimtorted pure blond stud Merinos, bred by the greatest
Au.trabn breeder, James Aitkin, Esq and having made ar
rangements to import the purest animals regardless of expense,
parties ;vill do well to give their orders and grow the Golden
Thev Arc in Town !
AND CAN BE SEEN AT THE
CORNER OF FORT AS 0 HOTEL
A superior lot of Parisian SPR
SEAT SADDLES, and the workman
ship has been executed by the most skillful artists, no pains
having been spared to make them what they really are, in every
sense of the word as BAdT bidim 8AiDts.
Also New styles of LADIES' SADDLES, WHIPS, etc-, be
sides a large stock of English, American and Spanish Baddies;
Harness, double and single; Collars and Uames; Carpet Bags
and Leather Valises; Sole, Pump aad Rigging Leather.
122 tf B. II. ROBINSON.
FEATHERS! FEATHERS I
PER "EMMA" At SMALL LOT OF Su
perior Bonnet Feathers, of various kinds and colors.
Also, Fancy Ribbons. At wholesale, by
C. A. k 11. F. POOR.
USE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB
serrations, and every branch neceassry for an accomplished
Navigator, taught in the most thorough aud practical manner,
by -. DANIEL SMITH,
119-Sm Residence, Kukul street, opposite Mr. Lewers.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
44 " Meats,
" Brandy Fruits, daily expected to arrive per clipper
ship " Syren," For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BREAD I : '
HOURLY EXPECTED per "Syren,"
50 Casks Bread, in whalemen's casks,
100 Brls BreaiL,
100 Cans Wafer Bread, a new and superior article
For sale by
119-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2o.
W Flannel and Hickory Shirts, to arrive per clipper ship
Syren," For sale by
119-tf CnA8. BREWER, 2d.
FIRE PROOF PAINT,
Kaolin, 10 brls of each,
to arrive per clipper ship " Syren," for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON Nw 1 CRUSU
Half boxes Eat Boston Granulated Sugar.
44 " Loaf Sugar, hourly expected to arrive per clipper
. ship Syren," for sale by
llWf CIIA8. BREWER, 2d.
YELLOW METAL,COMPOSITION NAILS.
CASES YELLOW METAL, assorted sizes;
JyJ 304xxes comosition nails;
50 keg do do.
For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FIVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
for sale by (119-tf) CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
1 - n ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FELT,
, new article, for sale by
CnAS. BREWER, 2d.
- SMALL BALES, best quality, to arrive soon per
clipper ship " Syren," for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
I SHEET I
De ren," by
RON for sale, to arrive
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
COOPERS PUNCHING MACHINES.,
COOPERS' PUNCHING MACHINES,
Coopers' Truss Hoops, hourly expected per clipper ship
" Syren," For sale bv
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FORCE PUMPS, assorted sizes, latest patterns, with
hose and fixtures complete, hourly expected per clipper
ship "Syren," For sale by
llV-tl JUU.IIU, ZD. .
EN'S DUCK, Ate.
r ICHT A
A NT H
EAVY RAVEN'S DUCK,
A . Rock port Cotton Duck,
U. 8. Pilot Duck,
For sale by -
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CPRCCE AND PINE LATHS,
Whits wood Boards,
For sale by . ; .
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
II REE ft 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, to arrive
pet clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
SIX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, asssorted widths,
hourly expected per clipper ship " Syren, for sale by
119-tf . CHAS. BREWER, gn.
-C0ZZENS' PALE S11ERRY.
COZZENS PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported for sale by
H5-tf C. L RICHARDS A CO.
BOXES CRUSHED SUGAR,
f9 J Half bbls. Crushed Sugar,
Half bbls. Coffee Crushed Sugar.
From the San Francisco Sugar Refinery, per Yankee," for sale
by 115-tq ' C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
, '. ' .OAK BOATS, Ac. '
mjESTS OF OAK BOATS on hand, and to arrive,
For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
r afk KEGS, of 21 gallons each, for sale by
W 1194? CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS, large size, to ar
rive per "Syren," For sale by
H9-tf ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
.. . v. r . , . SHOT. ; ""A
DROP AND BUCK A FULL ASSORT
meot of sues, per Young Greek, by '
U94it - " '' " ' ' w- y- LAPP'
1 BAD PIPE- Aaaorted lses forsale by '
1 A 87-tf W. A. ALDRICH.
UE m PORTER!
NOW LANDING EX
And for Sale by the Undersigned
320 doaan ALLSOPP'S ALE, IN QUARTS, .
120 dozen do. . do. IN PINTS.
300 dozen MARZETTE'S ALE,' IN QUARTS, "
15 dozen do. do. IN PINTS.
.80 dozen BARCLAY Jb PERKINS PORTER,
IN QUARTS. - ;
200 dozen BASS' CELEBRATED PYRAMID
BRAND, IN QUARTS.
12l-tf RITSON Ot HART.
PER MOUNTAIN WAVE ,
yd TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,
I:V J 19 patent Britannia Ice Pitchers.
3 Silver Plated Ice Pitchers, - ,
18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sites,
12 Upright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels,) .
2 dosen Patent Ice Cream Freexers, ass'd sixes,
IS Water Coolers,
24 Ice Cream Moulds.
The above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, have just been received by the above ship, aud are
fered for sale by the HONOLULU ICE CO.
113-tf C. H. LEWERS, Proprietor.
Waikahalulu Water Lots !
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
Waikahalnln Lots I
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Slitp Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
t erms. "
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert U. J anion's rtre-proot Buildings.
N. B. Early application should be made for choice Lota.
W. L. GREEN,
Agent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1868. 121-tf
SINGER'S FIRST PREMIUM
Great Gold Medal Sewing Machines I
flUIESE MACHINES took the Oold Medaj. at the
JL great Paris Exhibition in competition with all the machines
of El'kopb and Ax kmc A, including "Wheeler A Wilson's" ami
"Grover A Baker's," and the French Government paid Singer
A Co. 600,000 francs for the um or tne pateuts. in aodition to
this, we have taken the riasT premium at seven State Fairs, and
and it hardly needs the verdict of a Honolulu Jury where
Sewing Machines are scarcely known to determine its position
as the best machine for all practical purposes in use All wbo
have used the different machines will say so, and none others
are competent judges. Address
JNO. II. DUNN ELL, Agent,
122-3m 151 Sacramento Street.
California Preserved Meats, &c.
ALIFOHNIA PRES'D MEATS, SOUPS,
Ac- put up from the bent American meats, by
San Francisco, California.
D. R. P. & Co. have constantly on hand a general assort
English Oilman's Stores,
Nuts, Ac, Ac, Ac,
which they offer for sale in quantities to suit the parchaser.
For Sale on Board Ship " Sheffield."
UIIkUHI Aa -Aaii js3.ij, m.
tuiK rail. Whaling urare.
Rtat DaviU and Cranes complete.
Two second-hand Whale Boats.
For particulars, apply to Capt. H. J. GREEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AT KEALA-
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish chips with
Salt and Fresh Beef. Sheep. Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc., etc- equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
' . . . . . . .t.. rt.t
Kealakekua, Oct. 1858. 121m
THE UNDERGSINED BEGS TO IN-
nn his frientls and the public that be has re-opened
his Livery Stable at the OLD STAND, corner of Mauna
Kea and Marine streets, near the steam Mill, where
will be found the bkst or saddle horses to let at reasonable
Prices. His old tuttrons and others are respectfully Invited to
call. (118-tfl FRANK P. MANINL
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attestio or
of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
" Pacific Commercial Advertiser " Printing Office, (next to the
Pnf nffinel where he is takins: Pictures which. Aw elegance of
style and softness of tone, canuot be excelled.
Being In constant receipt of New Stock, Cliemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements.
XT Picture taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, Ac, and warranted to give entire satifhctioo.
N. B. The Public are inviieu W can ana examine spcciaicus.
Hotf W. F. HOWLAND, Artist.
" Harper's Weekly."
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. SU BSC; tu
bers to HAHPER'd Weekly Ii.li'btbated Nkwspaper, are
notified that the Club List for lSdl is now open. 1 he list
will be forwarded to New York some time in October, as sub
scriptions begin Jaiiuary 1 and early notice is now given, that
subscriliers on the other Islands may be enabled to make their
remittances in season. Such names oidy as are prepaid will be
forwarded. The terms to those embraced In the Club List
3 50 for One Year's Satacript(M I
Each subscriber having to pay, in addition, the Hawaiian post
age. - This IS one Ol me cueapesi pniicra immuuicu, mi
more general satisfaction than any other, which may be inferred
from the fact that it has nearly two hundred subscribers on these
Islands. 117-2m Address 11. m. HimmEi.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITIAU Uti KbMIU.U
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
UnvwMa Vim at Honolulu to tnetr menus aoroau.
as they will convey by far a better idea or the Scenery, llanits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or print ever pub-
lished. To be bad or n. duiuiikc,
fJUJ-tf Paint Shop, on King street, near Fort.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS I I
TUST RECEIVED per "Young Greek," from Boston,
3 an assortment of Chairs, consisting or
Bay State office, La-lies' Dining, Wood Seat office,
Baltimore Cane, Lafhyette do.
Ball Top Grecian Gold Stripe, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
Cane Back Nurse, Wood Seat, Children's flocking.
Children's Peg Ann Dining, do do Hole, tec, Ac, Ac,
For sale by
U9tf ' A. P. EVERETT.
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS !
JUST RECEIVED PER FANNY MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York- a small Invoice
of nvi Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts Tbcy are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 per 'cent less than former
prices. It wants but a tnai 10 convince any inn 01 uicif i
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
100-tf Tailors, cor. King A Fort St.
rantlR UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
.1. a Copartnership for the transacting of a General Commis
sion Business, under the nrm anu siyie 01 u. u. haiuuiah
ax OO. . - '
We especially solicit any business connected with the Interests
of the Home Whaling Fleet, in the consignment of supplies, fur-
Dishing of funds, sales, or purchase or exenange, 011, none, gen
eral merchandise, and the procuring of freight, etc.
. " D. C. WATERMAN,
, H7-3m JOHN F- POPK.
THE PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN THE
undersigned, carrying on business at Kawaihae, under the
firm of D. R. VI1IA A CO., is this day jMolved by mutual con
sent. All claims wiU be settled by D. R. Yida, at Kawaihae.
D. R. VIDA,
The business of the above will be carried on as usual solely by
Kawaihae, August 14, 1858. llft-2m ,
rpHE UNDERSIGNED - HAVING BEEN
I .n.iHi a iminin(Mtos n th Efltj.ta n John Reed, l&to
of Honolulu, deceased, respectfully notifies all parties having
claims against said estate, to send in the same on or before the
24th o. November next and all persons indebted, to make pay
ment without delay. J. W. MARSH,
Honolulu, Oct. 8, t,l-JO-; auiu rou iwnw UI uw. jvrcu.
THE PUBLIC IS INFORMED THAT WE
have a large and extremely weU assorted stock of LUMBER
In Yard, to which additions will be made by vessels shortly ex
pected, and can off ad van tares to purchasers not to be found
elsewhere In the city. Please call before purchasing. '
TMIE SUBSCRIBER IS CONST ANT a a
. receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities
mud Nk 1
wwi, ImI rronnd In the best boiled Krurllsh oil, and ia SU
thorlsed to contract at lower prices than the present market
rates. ' .
-: - .-.- J. C. BPAltDLNU.
Honolulu. June 9,1867. '
JAMES LOCK WOOD,
Tin and Copper Smith,
ry All work in hts line will be executed with promptness,
. . 11
. la a workmanlike manner.
IIAXALL FLOUR. - -
BRLS. BEST H AX ALL FLOUR,
daily expected per clipper ship "Syren,"
.- - For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, Hp.
FOR,NEW PEDFORD DIRECT I
v. . j Carram HARDY, --,.-., ;
Wilt load On ami Bone, and baring part of her cargo engaged,
will have Immediate UiKp&tcli. ,
- For freight or passage, having excellent aoooimodaUona, ap
plyto - (133-tf) ' A. J. CARTWltlUllf.
, n t , REGULAR LINE
-For San Francisco
n - i r
- THE CUPPER BARK
, , . . . : tArt. wiLBiurr. . . '1
This (avorite packet is now having important improvements
made, to her cabin accommodations, and will have quick dis
patch for the above port- - "
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
122-2t v P. C. WATERMAN A CO.
FOR NEW LONDON DIRECT I
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP .
Elizabeth F. Willetts,
Will have Immediate dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations, ap
ply to pl4f ' C. A. WILLIAMS A CO.
AT LAIIAINA FOR NEW BEDFORD.
, THE Al CLIPPER SHIP
HENRY MASTER, COMMANDER,
Will load on and bone for New Bedford nnutcr.
119-tf OILMAN A CO.
FROM LAIIAINA I
For New Bedford Direct !
' THE FIRST CLASS CLIPPER SHIP . , , ft
1287 Tons, commanded by captain K C. S0TJLK, will load Oil
and Bone for the above port.
For freight apply to . 8. HOFF METER. '
Lahahia, Sept. 2&, 1858. llft-tf
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT!
j-. THE CLIPPER SHIP
S2 West Wind,
1071 Tons, Captain ALLEN BAXTER, will have despatch for
For freight or passage, apply to
118-tf R. COAPY A CO. -
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
. THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Will have immediate dispatch for the above named port.
For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations, apply
to - 117-tf j J- CARTWRIOHT.
FOR BREMEN DIRECT. :
THE BANISH CLIPPER BARK
Can dace, A. Schatx, Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above port. Advances made
on Consignments. For freight and particulars apply to
115-t ' - ' MELCHER3 A CO.
FREIGHT FOR NEW BEDFORD.
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
1120 tons Register, Captain E. HARPING, wiU sail for New
Bedford with dispatch. Captain Harding is an experienced
whaling captain, and Shippers of Oil may rely upon the best of
care being bestowed on such as may be shipped The ship is
provided with a force pump and hoee to wet oil.
This ship will be followed by the Ships ANGLO SAXON,
MARY ROBINSON and GLADIATOR.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
Honolulu, July 22, 1858. 108-tf P. C. WATERMAN A CO.
; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE V.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May or Jane,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers of the above months.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
B. F. Snow. - - Honolulu.
Sutton A Co. - - - New York
Cook A Snow, - - New Bedford,
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
El 3C 3P 3H. 33 S S ,
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United Stales, Snath America.
' Canada a and Europe,
COMNKCTINO IM XSW YORK WITH THE AMKRICAS-SLBOPBAS IX
PKCS8 COMPANY TO BTBOPB.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND" BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A 8pecial Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal porta of the west coast or South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama 0:1 the 14th and 29th of each month.
ijr Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY TUB REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo A Co.'s franked U.S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1866-tf. K. COAPY A CO.. Agents
Warren's Water and Fireproof Roofs.
AGENT FOR THE NEW ENGLAND ROOF
ING COMPANY Has received an invoice of
Roofing Material per "Young Greek,"
(Cr And is now prepared to supply those desiring to purchase.
, 119-tf -
' Sugar and Molasses,
IROM THE BREWER PLANTATION
For sale by . CHAS. BREWER, 2d,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf CHAS. BREWER, to.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by UliMf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Islands Produce ..
riUKEN IN EXtllASUK UK LtUIUJ.Kt
on favorable terms.
C. A. A H. F.' POOR."
FAIRBANKS PATENT PLATFORM
SCALES-, . . - . , -, , .
. Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales-, i ,;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scales. .
AHeoftheabove mr by B. F. SNOW.
XTELLOW METALSH E A T II I X Gasst'd sixess,
W Composition Nails, from the manufactory of Crocker, Bros
Co, Forsale by UHMff ' . B. . SNOW.
FAMILY COOKING STOVES!
ALTOGETHER SUPERIOR TO EVERT
End imported, BAY 8TATR and GREEN MOUN
TAIN STATE 8TOVKS, Nos. 0, 1, J, 8, 4 aad A, by the cupper
ships 44 Syren" and " Mountain Wave, for sale by
llS-tf B. O. HAfcl
CLAPBOARDS AND LATHS.
PINE (6-FT.) DRESSED CLAPBOARDS,
i BEEF IX '
BARRELS MESS BEEF, to arrive per
" Brren." For sale by
: ' , CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
. .;.!:. - . - .ONIONS, .if!' : ".
CALIFORNIA ONIONS, PER FANNY. MA
JO for sale by (l"') C. U RICHARDS h OO-
BY Ai'P, ETBRETT. i. .C'
Of OClce and Store Fcrcltsre. !
SATURDAY EV K" G, N t. C, 7 J 0C1mIu
. At the Store of B, W. FIELD, a variety of , k
OlSce aad Store rurnltarc, . . l:
, -.. Pictures-aad Bok.
IVEW OOODS ! IVEW CJCOD3 !
: : JUST RECEIVED v
Prom Boston Direct I
AND NOW FOR SALE.
-g f BARRELS CAROLINA RICEt
J. VT 1 bale doves;
ft bags pepper; - .
1 keg nutmegst '
10 boxes com starch;
60 kegs split peas;
10 half bbls currants; -
1 , 100 hah boxes raisins;
100 quarter boxes raisins;
100 boxes Winchester's S. W. soap;
10 boxes saleratus, (1 ft papers;)
oog quarter boxes sardine; . '. -
1 "St- Cair" and " Upton's" tobacco 8's. 100 ma each;
a cases - dwcci uronge cavenuisn" sooaoco iw wS eacn;
ft cases Emmet's "Sweet Orange cavendish tobacco - tOJbu
20 half boxes double refined loaf sugar;
60 half bbls do do emshed sugar;'
6 No. 4 whalemen's cam booses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. S favorite pattern u Roger Williams" stoves, oomplete, '
with pipe and fixtures the best pattern ever imported into
Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
by the subscriber, and in no case has any complaint been
- 10 No. 4 stores of the same pattern. '
52 doaen 2 lb tins oysters best, put up expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days of sailing of 8yren."
- 20 doa 1 lb tins oysters; .
20 dos 1 fb tins green corn ; ' .
20 doa 1 fb tins fresh dams;
: 40 dot 2 tb tins do do;
- 20 dos I tb tins lobsters;
80 dos. 2 lb tins preserved meats;
48 tins smoked herring; '
10 dos cans (1 lb) raspberry jam; -
10 doa cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 dos preserved peaches, (2 B cans); .
8 dos apple pulp, - ' do; " . -
20 dos Verdale olives;
60 dos 1 fb cans assorted soups; . -20
dos 1 fl cans soup and boulue; .
10 dos 2tb cans chicken;
10 dos 2 fb cans turkey; -20
dos 2 fb cans assorted broths;
ft bbls cider vinegar; ,
80 tuis each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
sugar crackers. - '
: 60 dos denim pants; ...-. ,
12 dox red flannel shirts;
10 dos blue do . do;
ftdozgrey do do; ' .
26 dos each linen drill frocks and pants
28 dos angola gents' half hose;
22 dos do ribbed - do; .
6 eases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheetings; .
6 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
6 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
ft eases Shetucket blue drills; . -
3 bales Pepperel Bro do;
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thomdyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 1 fb blankets all wool;
' ' ' ' 2 oases extra fine satia Jeans; K- 1
6 bbls cotton twine, I 6 ml7 . .
. , ; 1 ; 4 oaaes do do, j ' v ' i '
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 dos charcoal irons;
25 dos heavy handled axes " Underbill's";
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
60 nests Hingham boxes;
60 nets covered buckets; -
10 dos 3-hooped painted pails;
15 nests (8 in nest) do pails;
20 bags shot;
ft cases stout brogans;
, 400 18, IT and 18 feet oars;
60 bolts cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Winea aad Spirits.
SO 10-ga'lon kegs Monongahela whisky; ...
60 10-gallon kegs N. E. rum;
- 60 10-gallon kegs American brandy;
.. . 10 cases Boker's bitters; . .
60 cases champagne cider;
60 dos pints Albany ale; .
60 dos do do porter. s , - ."
Ex Mountain Wave.". .
800 gallons best boiled oQ; '
75 Teoisee riding saddles complete;
2000 fbs navy bread; , .
60 half bbls crushed sugar;
25 half boxes loaf do;
' 25 eighth casks American brandy. ;'
Ei " Yoang Greek.'
160 16, 17 and 18 feet oars;
2 coils ea. Manila rope, H. It, If, 2, 2i, 21, 2,S in.
30 bales cotton duck, Nos 2, S, 4, ft, 6, 7, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
40 lbs Prussian blue paint;
10 fbs chrome yellow do;
- 60 fbs chrome green do;
10 lbs vermlllion;
10 fbs French blue;
60 charcoal irons;
. 5 No. 4 stoves "Rogtr Williams;"
6 bales hops;
2 cases bops, 1 fb papers;
' 100 bbls extra prime pork ;
- 200 bbls Gallego flour;
11,000 fbs pilot bread;
23,000 fbs navy bread;
100 tins assorted crackers;
20 half bbls new Goshen butter;
25 half bbls new apples;
116 small cheeses, in tins;
100 whole boxes raisins;
. 200 half - do do;
100 boxes 8. W. soap; -6
casks Zante currants;
' 25 kits No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (20 fbs) bags table salt;
' ' 15 cases IHxon's half fb tobacco;
60 boxes champagne cider;
60 boxes porter pints 100 dos;
10 bbls old Bourbon whisky;
10 10-gallon kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
20 6-gallon kegs do - do do;
30 2-gaUon kegs superior and extra whisky; .
10 octaves "Rivierre" brandy;
10 do "Pinet Castillon A Co." brandy;
ft quarter casks "Duff Gordoa" pale sherry;
25 bales gunny bags; -44
dos grey flannel shirts;
9 dos scarlet do do;
4 dos blue do do; '
30 dos denim pants;
, 32 dos denim frocks; '
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 4-4 brown;
6 bales do drills do;
10 bales Otis denims;
7 bales Cordis drills 4-4 brown;
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor do;
6 half bbls bide poison,
tny For sale to arrive, on liberal terms, by '
108-tf J. C. SPALDING.
NEW LUJNIBEK YARD.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO INFORM
the public that they ha s opened a
ON THE MAN INI PREMISES,
Corner of Manna Kea and Marine Streets,
Where will be found the best assortment of LUMBER ever
brought to Honolulu, vis .
1 inch Fir Boards, "
i do do do, " -
1 do do Flooring.
Fir Scantling, a (aad asaatrfascnt, ! I
2x3, 2x4, 3x4, 8x3, 4x4, 4x6. .
White Cedar Baarda. frarn Part Orfard,
Admitted to be far superior to Eastern pine for carpenters' and
Joiners' use, and also lor boat boards, comprising
1 inch Boards, extra clear,
' f do do ; do do, i
' f do do ' do do,
1 do do rough.
F- sale at griatlt asomtD -tucks, by -
H&4T . v. a. 11 r. ru-sn.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PtULOA SALT WORKS!
r ' nsswawa-sssssnani
THE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR
nlsh to Butchers and Packers, in the largest - quantities.
a very superior article, equal to tbs bbst laroaro salt, and
at a price to DKFV COMPETITION J For terms, apply to
DANIEL MONTGOMERY. .
ll.S-4m , Puuloa Salt Works.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENT
for the sale of Leasssa, SaeseeryA
. w . . w . .
,- 1 m aa. s anu sa. v. naanHt's aaawmssM
s4 Packed Beef, has oonVantlv on hand and
for ssle BEEF of the above well known and approved brands,
which he offers for sale at tne market rates.
P. S. This Beef is packed at Waunea, Hawaii, at aa eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
the climate is cool and well adapted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TVKK8 ISLAND SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and la warranted to aeep tor is saanias in
any climate. - ALKX. J. CAKTW2UUHT.
Honolulu, August 25, 18M. 114-Uaol
THE SUBSCRIBER RKSPKCTFUUUY OF
fers his services in the adjustment of accounts, collection of
bills, etc Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Bale, Agreements, and
other Instruments, drawn with accuracy and dispatch, aad on
moderate terms. Office at the " Sailors' Home."
Hft-tf USO. WIULLAMB.
SHIPS' ACCOUNTS. -
ASTERS OF WHALESniPS WHO OS
sire assistance in the making op of their accounts, will
please call on the undersigned, wbo will give bis immediate at
tention to business entrusted to him. Office at the "Sailors'
Home." llft-tf . . GEO. WILLIAMS.
. . . .-... CRACKERS.' . -k -r
SA N FRANCISCO BUTTER, WATE3,
Sugar, Picnic and Soda Crackers aad Jenny Lind Cakes.
per u Yankee" for sale by -.
116-tf . C. U RICHARDS A Ca
: OAK PLANK, sVe. -i -
OAK PLANK, . ; : .. .
nard Pine Plank, v
. Svroce Deck Plank, , ;
. Hard IfoelUIls, .
. 'J yornjeby
ll-tf ' CHAB. BREWER, M
raiDAT, NOV. , l IO e'Uek A.M.
-: At Bales Boons, will be told.
Dry Ooods. " . Oweerles,.
i- ,.. , vwntng.
And a great
Ctzf ral IZti
TCI3DAT, NOV. , AT IO 0CL0C3, At M.
AtBeJesBOBm,wUI btsoU ; ' ' -
Forniture, . Eartbenwar,
Boowi and Shors, Ironware,
Aad dry goods of every OssertUost.
323-VOTTsf TTDC? t3r20 !
-Of Cooks and Kitxrcs. -:
SATURDAY ETBNC, Nar. 18, mt T )etoek,
- At Mies room, will be saM "
" . A new aad choice srteettau of
BOOKS,. PICTURES, C3CC2ATD1G8,
- reeeived per hU arrivals. " - -
. . : .;: per-" , '
LATE AaDIVALS. f
HAS ON HAND, AT HIS WHOLESALE:
AND RETAIL FIRE-PROOF EMPORTCM, corner or
Queen and Kanhnmana streets, the ,
Best and Mont Extensive Stock for tle
Island Trade Ever Ottered Ilere I
(CT And invites Country Storekeepers to Inspect aad order. XS
T13I10S QUICK !
50 CASES OF NEW PRINTS!
OF UNSURPASSED PATTERNS: '
Consisting of "'; .','
Chocolate and Red, -'
-Pink and Yellow,
Lilac and Red, '
Canary and Red, .
Riding Dress Prints,.
' Black, -; "
Orange St Green,
Many of the Patterns of which are entirely New, sod ad wd'.
. 20 bales Brown Sheetings and Drills)
20 bales Denims; - .
TOO pairs Blankets, scarlet, blue sad whits, various
- tbC BTBAVIK8T IS TUB MASS IT.
1000 dosen SHIRTS various styles, consisting of GenUeaen's
fine white, fancy colored and hickory stripes, sad Under
' ' Cases Plain Turkey Bed, ' , . ' j.
s Cases Figured Turkey Bed. , , -
600 cases HANDKERCHIEFS, consisting of Silk, Linen, an.!
Muslin, various qualities, and Cotton Handkerchiefs, j
20 cases Silk and Cotton wheel-top UMBRELLAS. - ,,'
Cases Furniture Prints,
Cases Slue Sheeting,
Cases English Saddles, ' '
Casts American Saddles, - -'
Cases Blue Cotton, .
Cases Pilot Coau, ' . ,
Cases Pilot Pants, ' - . " '
Cases Moleskin psata,
, Bales Ticking, , .
Cases Figured Orleans,
' Cases Plain Alpacca,
. Cases White Hheeflng,
Cases White sUurtinff, ' .
Cases Charcoal Irons, '
- CsaesTohaeea, -
Cases Bias DrIBs,
1 . -
Nests pain trunks
" 1 case superior Brown SACKS, -Cases
Cases Victoria Lawns. ,
- ' . oonstsnso or . - - .
Its, Palatals, Pasts, Vea4a, Neek Ties,
. Hata, Capa, Vc sV.
' ALSO "
WILLOW CARRIAGES AND CHAIRS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, taeiocs,
VERY NICE CHILDREN'S SOCKS,
SATINS AND SILKS, yakiocs. .,
BALES BLUB, SCARLET AND GREY UNDERSHIRTS,
- SALTWATER AND ENGLISH SOAP,
' '- CASES THREAD, NEEDLES, ETC.,
ENAMELED DUCK FOR CARRIAGE TOPS,
SUNDRY FITTING 8, COACH TRIMMINGS, ETC.,
CROCKERY WARE, ETC., HOLLOW WARE, ETC.
Assortment too Numerous to Trouble the
APPLY TO THE UNDERSIGNED.
- J. T. WATERI10U3E.
tt SnlMsalal Jsh Lata Tar the Maraatasm aa J
Sactery lalaads. Appiy to
JOHN T. WATERH0C8K.
JUS X RECEIVED!
132T YAM H ttU t"
' AT THE
! CO. MERCHANT AND FORT 8TKXXTS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS, v
' . BOOTS AND SHOES,
' ,-l AND
GentleraenV Fnrnishiits r Gecds !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS llARSST.
rpHESK GOODS HAVE ALL RTZZtf ESI
I - .k. PaMiiw of the Arm. with a mrfnet
knowledge of the waau of the Honotata 1 -ajNta Whaling
Beet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, win be
sold at MUCH LOWER RAT than have rated la this Market
tat vast years, t Citnrens and Ftraugers stvsneetoy krvtted to
oal land see for ttetnselvea. . . . A. 8. A mTsVOALSBACM.
Hoontniu, Sept. t, iio-a f-
.. A TOWN BEEF MARKET. " -U
bavins ooened the sAsee st
the i purpose of osarrylnf
kln. air market aunDlied with tbs batRV. POSX. CrT-
Tom. aassaeas, aad everything pertaintag to Vsm statcasang
Bosiaess. Tnankful Cor past favors, they so't a Mntlnaation
sastfsdly lnvtu the pobtte to call and evau"'- the oj "y of tba
stock thsy oner for saieoauy at sas www- sini
, opposua i. t. TaMrtasesw.-- -t. n
, late of Ws-IssrtstK
WI1XIAM MAXWrGLL, SALESMAN.
rTTCnS l7irDasIOWCD HATKrarpTJCSIT
ilnttsW latswsst cf MrA Waisyta tyS abs-
htossV-few'stsee, lsM that the MAarsA satsonTQS hanA r
bestowed sav he cosatnasa. at aa asjat s treaWs wrabt
spared by tMnwaafer,. .wav ui
Attentioa paid to seteetton eg, steos, sa sns s -aauj t
tas seat owaina -. . - A - -. -? vjt v---t
ficity wtthln two .rfte-, we. rZ-
lASTr -s or snips vimr:q 'Che
iW pertek-nosala. to
efCJUHAJ m lU' M,
mm S II 1 IS nta
uata outside of the rest, rasa ran w r -lAmtos-ArlmtiksIhiUr
WILLIAM A, MA I3AM.
iney aruciea, - uaw ,
JIfl. T. RATERUOUSF.