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Thb Mmmc& Yoovg VIah. There are no longer
Mtr boys.'' AD are young men from the time they
pocket in tbeir trousers nul they oome home
. vegvlai)? drank, aoeompanied by policemen. Tkej
i are. now either son of honest men men who con
stantly add to the general wealth and prosperity the
men who are the superstructure and bulwark of
national strength and progress, or they are the off
spring of brokers, note-shaven, money-lenders,
pawnbrokers or bankers. In the former ease, the
' model young wan Is utterly ashamed of his father
' sod mother, and entirely ignores the - old maaM and
the old woman" on every occasion. On the con
trary, the latter proclaims his governor" and " his
lady" lond-moatbed to the world, and be is known
'by yonne; ladies as the son of the wealthy banker,
who, keeps them gilt balls" hanging over his door
tor ornament, and who is a delightful young man,
drinking and gambling regolarly, and an only son.
The model young man finishes bis education when he
ean manage a glass of brandy without winking, and
when he can tell at once, with a smack of the lips,
whether that liquor has been ' doctored." Ilis con
versation is maialy in regard to bis own varied hair
and his expectations. His ambition is confined to
jsaUns; a. ."carom" at biltiarJa, by "taking. six
cushions, and to being connected with subscription
parties, which are entirely select, and at which all
the model yoang men consider It necessary to get
drank, as a mark of manhood.
" The model young man lies abed in the morning,
and has contraband bottles of Congress water in his
- awartment. ssingred with bottles of whiekey ths
rale snonatain dew." He gets his breakfast at the
restaurant, where he has a Urge bill, and begs
snotey,. of his mother to satisfy his creditors. .' lit
i sswndVhii tisne pretending business through the day.
He is acquainted, personally, . with the degraded
women of the town, and goes to parties in the evening,
saeaarng with "coffee royal" and debauchery. He
lives on expectantly, daily creating debts to be satis
fied at the old man's" death; and finally, should
the oU man" prove rather healthy and rugged, he
complains of the tediousness of time, and of the mean
ness ef the ' old man, who tenaciously clings to life
fjr the porposo of keeping a model young man in
trouble and debt. He is generally at the billiard
room when the old men is at bis last gasp, and ar
rive in time to attend the funeral in black kids and
crocodile tears, and with an inward feeling of joy
and exaltation, awaits the reading of tbe last will
and testament, ne sees the "old woman" die
without a pang, and ad is the " old woman's dower
to his own portion, with unconcealed satisfaction.
He lives a martyr to bst horses and a ruined consti
tntion; to passion which be is powerless to satisfy,
and dies where his ancestors first commenced busi
ness, with si bag and hook in the gutter. Buffalo
A ILirrr'D'u.ra. We take the following beauti
ful article out of the columns of tbe Boston Pott.
There is a sweetness of sentiment in it. which we
have no need t commend to our friends everywhere :
M In what variety of forms and shapes comet h the
last summons to as, for thiibody to separate from'
tbe soul for this corruptieVrto put en incorruption,
and this mortal immortality. .
M Tis better in battle than in bed, said my uncle
Toby. He is very frightful in a house, quoth Obe
diah. I never mind it myself, said Jonathan, upon
a coach-box. It must. In my opinion, be most natu
ral in bad, replied Susannah. And so each one has
his or her particular desire, touching the mode and
tsauner of their departure from earth to the undis
covered country, although it cannot always be
- We, with a party of friends, were discussing this
matter one evening, when one of our number, a
physician remarked that if he could have his ehoioe
of exit from this world, he would prefer to go off iu a
coosutpption. My wife, said he, died that way.
Sq gradually and so gently was her demise, that she
'seemed to steal imperceptibly away; and when the
band of death was really upon her, I leaned over her
and asked ber how she felt. She opened her bright
blue eyes, radiant with a most happy expression of
Joy, softened with tranquillity, and whispered, Do
not speak, dear husband, i pray yea, out sua your
arms around me. darling, It will be as welL
changing worlds, and, oh 1 how beautiful !
How Editor Lite h Acsteaixu Mlska
ser, the knight errant of tbe violin, has been travel
ing among the Sandwich Island and Australia. He
gives the following idea of the value of an editor in
Sydney : .
A few days after my arrival, I paid my visits to
the different editors of Sydney.' At my first call I
came to a palace like bouse, the ground floor occu
pied by the printing office. On the first floor, among
other ad Teniae menu, I found a tablet informing
visitors that the editor could not be spoken with un
less paid for bis valuable tint. Accordingly, every
body, without exception, is advised to buy a ticket of
admission at the door of the waiting room one hour
costing 10.; half an hour, S; fifteen minutes, Za.
Foch were the contents of this singular price current
yet let on adopted the following as a maxim for tbe
government of hi life : " Do all the good yon can
in the world, snd make as little noise about it as
JUST ARRIVED !
THE BEST 1SSCRTED
STOCK IN TOWN!
TO HE OI,D REASONABLE,
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
OrPOSITK KJUE.KX AND ANTHONYS BLOCK.
Ill T. fllTERflOl SE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JUST RECEIVED. PER METL.ITA,
cyaUSH and AMCMCJX GOODS, choice as.
am uae ut. Akm, per Ute amvaia, a large quantity of
Saddlery firings, tncfodir whole HkVss.rnssoeled Leather, and
I'umitar lor Carriage.
Silk rmbrellaa. Linen Hatadaerchlrfs,
30 case bine Cottons,
Bales heavy Denims, Blanket,
86 cases Calf Brogan, Kip Vrogan, Boot, -
A good variety of Sagtlsh Shirts, Bin Shirt,
HaLS of various styles.
prints, new patterns.
Steamboat Irons, Collins Aw.
gilk Handkerchiefs, eolueed and black.
PUot Coat, Bo Kersey rants,
WhU Linen Pants, Moleskin Pent,
Cheap Pants, Satioet Pant, Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drasfer od Caderstiirt, 1
Black Lace FaJts,
Bilk Velvet, Btbbona. Mack SQk Hdkf,
Cambric Handkerchieflt, -Three-hoop
Brow) Cnerarsa, brows TXTta. btae DrQla, .
Willow Warn n Basks Wars,
Victoria luawwa. Sewing CotSon, CaUery, -
at am Try Um Variety Other C
107-tf . . JOHN THOMAS WATEKH0C8K.
FFER9 FOR SALE, AT THE LOWEST
Stars rates a lawsw aaaonaaeanoi uooas, reseat it receiv
rraseise aact ATef sst.
'White cottons, suiruog. ...
Whit eotton drill, anadasnlama,
Pancy drill, printed cords, two-Woe prints,
Parniture ptinta. bream drilling, regatta shirts, - -Paacy
aiurta, smite ahirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts, -White,
colored sad fancy striped eotton ndersiurts, Isatings,
Merino BuauWshirta, children' pocks, white and red flannel.
WTstt MTHr" , tarew aamn't a nnen onus, areocn raenoo.
eriegs, superfine brosrtrtotn, saeeuusar So 004
pcabroidere4 Oneacs silk, pooeoo cfcxh.
STSBvd cSotk pepcnoa, Baeaaey jacateca, suam vara coats,
- Twe4 and other uvnm, wosora's shoes, anortad.
Men's aboss, ladies' she, crap shawls, , , .
..'-J - - Unea eaasb. hdkfs, silk osektie,
Tsdiss'slli Ata, bha flannel Jaeketa, Bnaa dr&I saats, Av
a lark pepner, whit per per.
, table salt, aairtisea,
, KsgSsA btssrBSsap,
. s '. r
SALS BT THE CXDERSIOrfTJD,
biiowtoc BAILS, saHahaf tor vsaset 260 SeSOO
1 aarw Topsail;
. 1 new Persaatlf '
1 aaw T. M. ntssUlng SaC;
1 ssala Bawali -
1 SpastAwWQfci . V -' ".
1 'asa TasJSaasst tasyaan, Wli-
. w r pttssstBiE j
hm SUSjip'd Cttina Ba9ek,with chain pendants.
Ha. ry " F. SNOW.
trnif. ptckass, aaaess.
f At-. ax-, etc.
$o 33i ton.
. C. WATERKLAJtf c Co.
. Offer for Sale:
Onn BBU. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
UUaoO bbls prim pork, - -100
Galleg floor, aperane,
100 HaxU do ao,
36 half bbls soperfln flour, far families,
' 66,000 lb bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar,
60 kejrs butter,
ISO coils New Bedford to tinea,
CO bundles oary oakum,
, S3 bbls pitch,
' SO bona tobacco,
i 1000 gallons aplrita of terpen tin, .-:-.
2 too iron boopa,
300 eoila Manila cordage, 6 tech, 4. , ,
.. M, 8, , I. , . 2. X. II d li Inch,
60 colls 0 thread, 0 thread and 12 thread,
" 60 colli Russia cordage. 7) loch threading,
26 coils 8, 12 and 16 thread, seising, hambsr- .
'l - line, rounding and houseUn, " -
Chain cable and endues.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 6 Inch,
Ship' cambooses, complete, Mas. 2 and 3,
Whale irons, toggle iron.
Whale ba ta,
Cotton dock. No. 2, 4, S, and 7,
10.000 feet white pin boards.
Hard pin beading.
Spruce floor boards.
Hard pine flooring board. 123-tf
T tfca O
el PcrtMi iatereatee It
Whaleships in the Paeifie Ocean.
Orncs or rss Pasas-a Raii--Ro Cowfsmy, I
Nsw Yoas-Jaly 20,1867. t
The Panama tun-Hoed Company take wis meinoa
of informing those interested In the W haling boat
,k- .nnuiM offered br tbe Railroad
-ma the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
(Ml from the Pacific to the In I ted State, ana lor senuing tm
flta and (applies from the United State to Panama.
The Railroad haa beea In regular and oeeeWnl operation for
more than two year, and lu capacity for the tranaportadoo of
in,n ni nrhamiiK. inclndtn IML. Provision. e
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captain of
wssleships La recently beea tamed to the subject of Shipping
tbeir oU from Panama to New York during tbe present season,
and the Panama Rail-Raad Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be repaired for the accom
plishment of Uiia important object, a Pier, 450 feet long, haa
been built In the bay of Panama, to the end of which freight
Cars are ran to receive cargoes from lighters or veeaeTs lying
alongside, and deHrer the earn alongside of Teasel at Aspin.
walL Vessels of from 200 to 300 ton can tie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mod at low water. "
The veaael to and from AspinwaU are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rau-Road Company, ami the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver It in New York
nnder Ihrwaista Bill f Laadiax at .the rue of even
sent per gallon, if received at the Pier, and rifht C'.ta per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ahip's tackle, chanting fur
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for waitage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cento per pound. This charge
eorers every cs.peo from Panama to New York, In case
the oil is scut through te Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama RaU-Ro Company, Insurance excepted. The
freight may be made payable an the Iathmue or in New York
at the option of the hipr.
The veseela of the Company sail regularly semimonthly, and
the average passage to and from Asplnwall are about twenty to
twenty-five dar The time occupied in crossing the Isbmus is
four hours. Oil, during its krana it acroee the Isthmus, will be
covaed with canvas, or conveyed In covered car, and owners
may be assured that every cm win be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out tbe slightest loss.
Oil or other roods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Kail-Koad Company, or to W illieitJt
Xelsow, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and lorwarded with the greatest despatch. '
i-r rrccUrie L. Hanks haa been annotated Agent at Ilono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers.
JUS. JT. lt, oetmaiT
tBXProc Ij. Biu,
, Agent Panama B. R. Co.. Honolulu 8. 1. 04-I2m -
Or WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality ean be bad at Koloa at
$6percordt fresh beef at 4 ceuu per lb ; aheep, at $3 per head j
and goats at $1 60 bead. A too a- the port of HanaM, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of HauaM is on
tbe North West side of the island, and has saft and good an
ehoraee in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwili at the aame rate a above. Also froi-a
and vegetable of various kinl can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always oo nana at me nraca in quaum hi
purchasers. (64-tT) . UKOKUE CUAKMAM.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
JQQ COILS 'EW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York wbale line;
Whalemen's Oars, In sets;
" Whalemen's slop clothing, vis:
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
Oray do do;
Striped flannel drawer;
Red Can Del do do;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stockings. Socks and mitte ns;
. Best yellow Jane butter, hi double packages;
Dried apples; -Carolina
Best English boiled Unseed oil; ' -Best
do white lead;
Best do black paint;
Best do green paint;
B4-tf A. J. CARTWRIOHT.
OF SHIPS VISITING THE
port of Honolulu, in want of SKA M EN, will flod it totfteir
advantage to call at the office of ORAUAM MAKKIIAM,
where can be found whole crews at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security given fw the amount advanced to aeamen
until outside a tbe reef, from past experience and strict atten
tion to our business, we boue to be able to give satisfaction.
JAM i3 GRAHAM,
113-em WILLIAM A. MARKHAM.
JV3T RECEIVED XX
XAzrlaslx To,i-ac. ''Caudftoe''
A. SCHAC, 9IASTKB, FBOM HAM BUBO !
A XD FOR SALE BT THE CXDERSIGXED,
-CjL consisting m part as follows :
Fancy prints, mourning do, fancy printed Jacoorta, anonrnlng do,
1 sop. whit b in inc. iluasta crash, linen Imperial, nneo rut KB,
Lloen diaper, towels do, bed ticking, ringham, Victoria lawns.
Moleskin, mohair, black alpsrea, biaek Orleans, bockakiu.
Bine and I'Uck broad doth, billiard cloth, hair doth,
Vrtaeu-s d'lrtreeht, fancy printed cotton shirts, a large variety.
White entton shirts, linen bosom do, blue ami rd flannel shirt,
Hleknry shirt. cotton, wool snd silk undershirts, kersey drawers.
Poocnns, bed quilts, white, nine, pink sua yeuow naanei.
Bine, red and white blankets.
Pilot cloth pantaloons, do monkey Jackets, black alpaeca coats,
Waternruicots. silk and cloth coat. Hneo drill pant.
Moteslrla pants, eotton nd buckskin do, Mne At black broadcloth.
Blue mixed cotton ateka, brown no, lancy do, wool ao.
Lisle thread socks, bvlies cotton stockings, pearl white silk do,
Bktck sflk stockings. Lisle thread do, children's do snd socks,
Lasting gaiters, ladies' and gentlemen's slippers, .
French calf boots, cotton and silk suspender, silk cravats.
Leghiwn hats for ladies and gentlemen, silk and cotton umbrellas,
Kidderminster carpets, tapetry do, mats and rugs, carpet bags,
Bnnoinet lace, ladies' Uilx. cblktren's IMloas,
Lisle thread gloves fur ladies and gentlemen. -
Cotton and lineu thread, sewing silk, bonnet wire, crinoline.
Piping, stay binding, elastic belts, Coates' spool cotton,
Crochet cotton, imperial pins, crochet need k-a.
Sop. Sharpe's needle, glass iokMands, pen knives, rasors.
Embroidery scissors, button hole dn, Jack knivea, butcher do,
Powder flasks, bird cage. Ivory cotuba, eartsln rings.
Patent pencil cutter, eopperrd springs fur sofas, saddle.
Cotton, sraol and silk fringes, cord and tassels,
Ladle dress trimmings, mull collars and sleeves, crape do.
Thread lace, eml roidered hdkfs. napkins, toy, velvet ribbons.
Velvet la piece. Parisian felt hats, lor ladies, gentlemen and
children. In large variety, .
Oil paintings, ladies' necessaires, printed cotton handkerchiefs,
KmoroMered Japans, mantilla, ladles' summer cioass.
Kid g lores fur ladies and gentlemen, silk do, riding gloves, .
Ladies' fans, norfe-monnaies, buffilo combs, feather dusters.
Tortoise shell combs, garter, Uanp shades, ladles' reticules.
Black ailk shawl and scarfs. Mack taffeta, oolureu ao, rocne,
Artificial flowers, chenille, bonnet ribbon.
Blank books, foolscap, letter paper, note do, envelopes, ,
Wraonin paper, sand do. nriotinr do. geouine Lu bin's extract,
Genuine aa de cologne, com moo do, lavender water, macassar otl,
Elegant dinner and breakfast sett, soap plates, dinner plates,
Tegetable dlsbea, tureens, pittooos, water bottles, tumblers, .
Ships lanterns, window ornaments, gilded moulding, clay pipes.
Goblets, wins and champagne glaeara, east.es, lamp chimneys.
Saris cheese, split pes, rock candle and drop, fruit botsneaa,
Peppermint kwengea, maccaronl. vermicelli, stearine candles,
Barley grits in demijohns, oat grits in do. pearl aago In do,
Ccd&ah. indigo blue, loaf and crushed eugar, sardines, raisin.
Currants. Westphalia hates, pilot bread, Bass' le, Ten nam's do,
Porter, port wine, eta ret, saerry. cognac, sin. violin strings,- 1
Tap and brakl. powder and shot, matches, beeswax.
Polished charcoal irons, raven's duck, Russia cordage, spunyarn,
Marline, boosing, flagline, logline, sail twine, oakum,
Stockholm tar. pitch, rosin. Venetian red. boiled Unseed ofL
English whit lead, Paris green, chrome green, Prussian blue,
Bronse paint, tin plates, hoop iron, bar Iron, steel, nail rod.
Iron and bra wire, wire netting, sheet sine, gunny bags, corks.
megar la deaoljouns, COALS, etc etc
. HACKTELD St CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 6, 1S68. 115-tf
Bj the Hgtnt Hudson's Bay Company,
IMXMAVS IRON WIRE, assorted stses
M. Feoaag wire, linseed nil, turpentine, whit lead ;
Black paint, green pnlnt, Stockholm tar, pitch
Groceries, perfumery, stationery ; , ,
Sheathing copper, assorted sises ; eom position nail, io
Anchors and chains, at the Iswrtt market rales
Iron, sssorted sises ; hair brushes. Mo clots cap ;
Aaanrted clothing, spunyarn, ratlin ;
Assorted cordage, tarred and Manila ;
. Staton cheese, bains, Byast ale. sherry, port, brandy ;
Oeoeva aanee, preserved nests snd vegetabis ;
Aberncthy biscuits, Lemann'a biarwlta. . . , , . .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY
Including; fittings and triaaaning of B deaeription for carriage
EARTHEXWARE AD GLASSWARE.
Canvas of 0 IfoaL, huckabacks, storking and hose 1
Green, Mo and whit btaaket . - , . 1 N , , .
Long Cloch, various qualities ; siadapolams ; ,
Brows ootten, bine prmta, mourning prints, muslins ,
CrinoUne. ml cloth ; thread of all kinds, eotioa drill ;
Linen drill, cambric handerrhiefs, sflk do, book mnsUn
krtoria lawn. Jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpaeca ;
Bkaek princrtta, do lasting, silk UXabreUaa, eotton d t ' ?
Araaeea ashrsUaa, rtobona. Mack lace sattca, base silk
Whit, .ut, barege scarfs, broad doth
nlk SBaatle. new style ; cords and laser Is ;
WocVn plaid for children's dresses ; towels, tar fans j
, t vvewa, wnna, baa sad ibI rT smos 1 .
uom taca. 1 1 1 uch eomba. Ate, ., A.
CANDLES, la Bretl variety.
AlfCnORS AMD CHAINS.
iVFH!," ANCHORS, FROM, IOOO
KewfagBsh Stud and Shackle Chain Cable, 1 1-1 to II Inch,
t?", . AABTWlUdBrrr?
LAHAINA, S. I.
GILMANfc CO. ARE
, now receiving their
! Harriet Te Jessie,
''fzSt&Jf . . : Fanay Major,
tliP4?- and Syrea, :
which thit orrxa rou. sals os as favorablb'
TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT ON THE IS LANES. .
A large assortment of Sfais Clasillery, u '
Fresh Groceries, Proviaious, Clothtag,
Paints, Oils, BooU and Shoes, .
' American, Califnrnian and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, In short cask;
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mesa Beef. Hawaiian packed Beef. WAaRAXTSDJ
American He and Prune Pork, a superior lot of Hams.
No. 1 browa sugar. Crushed sugar,
So. 2 brown sugar, Los' aupsr,
Syrup, ... ' Boxes salt,
Moiaeeea, Bbls vinegar.
Chests tea, Boss raisins.
Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
Bplit peas, Cofle.
Aaaored spice, i c
Boiled tlnaeed oil, Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead, Black paint.
Pure whit lead, . Putty, chalk,
Prussian blue, ' Bbls coal tar.
Chrome yellow, Paint brushes.
Chrome green. Pencil brushes,
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis A Bro's fresh Preserred Meats.
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton.
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken,
Clams, com, beets, ass'd pickle,
Lemon syrup, asforted syrups,
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herb.
Bssu wad St.
Thick sea boot, calf aewed boots,
Rip brogana, buff broeana.
Heavy brogana, boys brogana,
An asaortment of ladies' and
Aa assortment of New Bedford made Slop--
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Toggle Iron, Boat's Ruffs, Roar Lock,
and Harpoons, from Durfee & Co. and Dean
it Priggs, of New Bedford.
New Bedford made TowHne, Manila Cordage,
.. . . Hemp Cordage, Rattling stun;
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boat, 14, 18, 17 and 18 feet. -Yellow
Sheet lead,marUn spikes.
Copper and Iron tackle. Copper and Iron screws,
Caulking Irons, AasortoJ hammers,
Assorted hatchets. Assorted tile,
Bras and Iron chest locks, Anger its.
Door locks, gimlets, com pa sees, Screw drivers,
Knives and forks, WesteTnholm knives, .
Pocket knives,, Butter knives,
Bhip scrapers. Rigging leather. 110-tf
CAPT. ROBERT DROWNS
WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCES
' AND GUN HARPOOXn. -
AFTER afeVERAL. YEARS LABOR AND
- nperisneuting upon whale, on tbe whaling ground, with
his apparatna, combined with the advantage of being a practical
wliak-man. the Patentee haa been euabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled. - . ' - - -
The attentioo of Agent and Officers of whale-shipa la called
to the followiug teatimouiato.
Sas FaascBco, January 10, 18SS.
Carr. R. Baows Sir . I take this opportunity to inform
you that we used thraw Bomb Lances wa bought of you, and
found them to be of gieat neeflt In capturing whale amongst
The first whal- tVt w n -d the Bomb Lance on waa killed
In tbe foUiwing manrvr .The boat went alongside of the whale
and the bnaUsteerer fired a Bomb into hira at.d then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-mentioned
whale was In the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have got that whale and many others that we did ret. If it
htd not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ship.
. Respectfully yours,
Tsoma Wll. Master bark Gtorge.
noxoLTxr, March 17, 1850.
' CaPt. Rob cut Baowv JUf dear Sir i 1 used your Bomb
! Lance in taking a wbale, north, the past season, which made
230 bbU. of oil. We never could have taken him without said
' Lanees, as our boats cuuld not get near enough to use the com
man hand lance.
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Majaei'a.
HoJOLrix, March 15, I860.
Carr. Robert Blows Dear Sir t I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bomb on the voyage iu the ship
Herald, and found litem effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially round the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got moat of tbe whales by your
Guna and apparatus.
laaac Aum, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can he seen by calling on the undersigned.
Agent, who have the Guns, Bomb Lance snd Harpoons for
"' 14-tf ' ' R. COADY A CO.. Honolulu.
THREE 5 1-4 CUTTING PALLS, to srriv
per dipper sliip " Syren." for sale by
119-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
IVEW GOODS! EWGOODS!
GLUE. BRISTOL BRICK. ASS'D NAILS,
Hunt's handled axes, charcoal irons, wrought spikes,
in handles, row locks, whalers' spade.
Firmer chisels, gouges, file, planters' hoes, bog hoes,
Buck shot, chisel handles, knife clesners.
Safety fuse, bead and moulding planes.
Carpet hammers, blind hinges, wrought nails,
Seine twine. Lfford's study lamps, fish and chalk line.
Gun nipples, superior needles, shot belt.
Plated castors, plated forks and spoons.
Plated dessert knives, wire rat traps, horse rasp,
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tack.
Spirit levels, tea trays, horse brushes, and cards.
Ot bow snd ox yokes, corn shellers, grain cradles,
House paper, sssorted, pod and center bits.
Enameled duck fcw carriage tops, new saddles.
Finished grindstones, grindstone fixtures.
Lead pipe, 1, . 1J, li, and 2 Inches,
Itouglaa pumps. No. 1. 2, 8, 4, 6, 6, guarded lanterns,
Brass screw rings, nest trunks, nail rods.
Glased sash, 8x10. 10x12, 10x14,
Doors and blinds, 1. 1 inch and 1 Inch hose.
Hair cloth, curled hair, feather pillows.
Looking glass?, bush and grass scythes.
Heavy log chains, cast steel picks,
Sliding door locks, mortice chisels, brass cocks, ass'd.
Iron braces, bags shot, scotia and bead planes,
Pick handle. Jack and smoothing planes,
Try and steel squares, hand scres, assorted.
Scythe stones and riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
Britannia tea and coffee pots, bake kettle,
Drawing knives, Uillot's )iens, 303, 4ut,
. ' Curtain rings, jiowder Casks, ivory handled knives,
Kg beaters, Kly's peremwion caps, silver thimbles,
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchets, boya' axe.
Porcelain picture knobs, raaor strops and rators.
Zinc washboard, wheelbarrow, hay cutters,
- ' Tinned spurs, harness leather, :
Harness, Japan, bras and silver mounted,
Buggy lamps, solar lamps, assorted, solar wicks,
Britannia tamps, shovels and tongs.
Extra handles fur Eagle plow No. 2,
Plat Swede's Iron, assorted,
Ilnch snd 9-15, square, Swede's Iron,
, I, i Inch round Iron, nests buckets and boxes,
Sing and double bedsteads.
.. Dry Goods, Ac.
; Extra skirts, rattans, Scotch diapers snd napkins, ' '
Printed Jaconet muslins, fast colt, . ,
Turkey red prints, small figure,
Pine print, white ground.
Curtain cord, paper, cambric.
Ladies' and gent L. C. handkerchiefs.
Child's and misses' white boae, . . ,
4-4, -, S-t and ll- sheeting, .
Brown drilling, brown cottons, ticking, etc..
And a great variety of Goods, In store and to arrive, for sale by
lla-tf - K. O. HAI f-
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE,
.a Jnst Arrired from Liferpool,
THE CARGO OF THE BRITISH BARK
Bales fancy prints, bales muslin, a complete assortment blankets
Alpaeca, plaids, figured lustres, Orleans. Brussels earpett
Velvet carpet. Mack doeskin, velvet rugs, blue twilled flannel;
Moleskin, eotton umbrellas, silk umbrellas. Victoria lawns,
Turkey red handkerchiefs, cotton handkerchief, regatta shirt
Fancy shirts, white shirt, superior white shirts, Jean shirts;
Mosquito netting, felt hats, an assortment of clothing, fine hosiery;
Linen thread, ailk thread, sssorted men's and women shoes;
Reefing Jackets, pilot costs sod trowsers, fancy drills;
White sheeting, brown hoi lands, linen cambric handkerchief;
Whit damask table cover, huckaback toweling, whit drills;
Shirtings, saadapouuns, grey domestic, fine and good white ealic.
' . ' Sundries. -
1 ; ; SO tons rice, . - - . ' t
Caaka bottled ale sad porter, .. '
1 Hbda draught ale.
Cases fancy biacuita.
An invoice of Bos kill's EngUah watcbaa,
6 tons fencing wire,
S small iron safes,
t copying presses,
. Assorted hoop Iron, '
Assorted round and square Iron; . , .
SO boxes IX tin plate,
English whfc lead, paints snd oO.
' Also Reeeired via Sara Fraacisco ' -
Serg snd flannel shirts.
Oa Haaa :
: Llrarpnol and St TChee salt, ' ' ' ; .
English groceries, pie fruita, pickW,
English brown eoap.
Slate snd fire bricks,
Anchors snd chains.
Saddler, etc- etc
And s very varied sasortment of Pry Goods sad Sundries.
tT An UTotcs or NEW uwib is expecteu snoruy rrees ssa
7 iT.W WtrWMtiMt
met i sis. ri- a a Mj Mj aa r -mr, syw w w w
addressed to trie mousner, win
1867 N B
1867 P H
.1867 N L
A. Fraxier, bk.
1865 N B
1867 N B
!l865 N P
1866 N B
185T 9 H
!l867 N L
,1866 N B
loq loo .
280; 1000 .
1867 S U
FUher . 1866 N B
Stiver 11866 "
n.,K . JiauN B
100, 675 ...
Wytt ,1868 War'n
Bowditch . .
Sisaon ,1866 1,
jjrOWD JQJ wuv .......
40 1700 SO!
Uartin . 185 WsfnOCn'C
Henry ' . 1868 War'n Och'k
Rose ;i868N L jKud'k
Jackon 11864 N B lArctlc
82 2800 ....
'i.e. V n Vhtr
. . . .
.... 670 ...
20j 600 ...
11857 OrnpH Kod'k
186S N B j
1856 N B
!l856N B Och'k
.:1856 Havre' Arctic
11853 N L lOch'k
.11866 Edgar Arctic
:uu MM I
.... 400 ...
Chaa. Phelpa .
1856 N B iOch'k
1866 N B
C. W. Morgan
11866 N B
' 40 600,
ia i on
1855 N B
11866 K L
100 2160 ....
1865 Nankt Och'k
11856 N L
!l866 N B
11887 N L
11866 N L
10W 060 ....
1866 a IKOd
18&T War'n Och'k
1856 N L j Arctic
vcinniarai iioro vu,s
R Q Spencer 186H Uono
o t.a. laai U D
E. 1 rrost
K P Idsson .
. 24, 960 -
il867 N B
Fanny, bk. -Favorite,
1857 r H
1857 N B
'lS.VT 1I B
1867 r U
1866 N B
11856 N B
F. Henrietta bk
1865 N B
1867, N L
11856 N B
I 1-5 ?c I . J I m 1 a . nL I . n . wh Ham I . . - . Bl J
' 1 ' 1 I 1 I .. w . i i T 1
. nj i t i t i .i
!1856N B Kod'k
IRM Havre Arctie
George at Susan
1857 N B ! Arctic
!1867 N B 'Kod'k
1867 N B j
1857 Wrhm Kod'k
1857 N B ,Och'k
1857 N B
1856 N B Och'k
George At Mary
11856 lirem !
1857 N L JArctic
Helen Snow, bk
Helen Mar .
1R.S7 F H
1857 N a
.11866 N B
1857 N B
1857 N B
1857 N B
1867 N B
1856 F U
1856 N L Kod'k
11856 N B iOch'k
J as. Maury
Java 3-1, hark
Jtreh Swift, k
J no. Coggeshall
J A Robb, bark
Jno A Elisabeth
CARGO FOR THE: FALL SEASON.
CnAItfJGS BREWER. 2d,
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO OF
tbe American clipper ship
' y x o ax e ' '
Expected to strive In September from BOSTON direct. Sales to
arrive will be made.
Caaea light flannel.
Bales heavy sheeting,
Men's flannel shirt.
jOrass cloth and linen cost,
Boots, Shoes nnd Leather.
Cases men's thick boots, " . . Csses men's drab Cong, hoots
do do brogana, j do do goat brogans,
do do do, ename1ed,'Oak, harness, russet snd rig
do do do, sewed, j ging leather.
do - do pat. lea. strap shoes'
Half kit tongues and ssonds,
naif boxes codfish,
Bbls Carolina rice,
Cases English mustard,
; do black pepper,
j 1I0 sup. capers.
Boxes salad cream,
j do red currant Jelly,
I do cranberry Jam,
Boxes tobacco, assorted quallt's
do boiled beef,
do do mutton,
do assorted meats, .
Baskets olive oil.
Boxes green peas.
Cases water crackers,
do oyster do,
do win do,
do ginger snaps,
do brandy peaches,
do brandy pears,
do Spanish olives.
Half bbls dried apple,
. Bbls vinegar.
Cases refined lard,
j do preserved v?i;etbl it.
230 bMa Haxall flour,
60.000 lb navy and pilot bread, in whalemen's casks
Bbls navy bread.
Wafer bread, in cans,
260 bbls prim pork,
200 bbw mess beef,
Casta aaaorted sixes sheathing metal.
Kegs composition nails, assorted sites,
Full assortment cotton dock.
Hard Ware and Naval Stores. .
Bndls KB 6 Iron hoops.
Kegs rivets, to oa,
Iron wire, .
Boxes charcoal Irons,
Boxes copper tacks.
Bar tost refined fist iron,
Bndls nail rods,
do Norway shapes,
Bndls assorted sq refined iron.
.Upright locks, . v
jCasks iron ship spikes.
Bbls pitch, f
do fire proof paint,
do soda ash, -
Bars do do
Sheets boiler Iron,
Bbls bright varnish,
A full, assortment of Msnfla eordsge, from i inch to 6 inches
Coils whal line, hawsers, 1 1nch, .
Whsl boats, 1000 bbls oU shook. , .
Bales gunny bars,
Casks Cumberland coal,
Bbls sail twine, .
Cases stationery, ' '
Boxes solar lamps.
Case palm leaf hats.
Cases oil cloth.
Whale boats, .
do enameled cloth,
do children's caps,
do curled hair.
Force pump snd hose,
Case boys' hats.
LsiBibcr. . - a
As assortment, consisting of
Oak, hickory sad ash plank, . ,
v nn ptne ooaras,
Sprnoe plank, ' ! - r, .
Clear pin clapboards, .
Bundles pine lat'is,
114-Sns Shaved cedar shingles
GW. M ACT would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronag heretof we enjoyed by the old Ann of Macy at
Law, st the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times s good supply
ef Hews", Mslise. Paris. Paallry, asd also the ecl '
bra ted KAWAIHAB POTATOES.
Tbe above ertides can be furnished st Use lowest rates, scd in
snicker time than st any other port st tbe Islands. All beef
sold by m will be warranted to keep in any climate. -, ) .
27 ao charge sum on Inter-iasaoa exennng.
74f Q. W. HACT.
ATsV Martin, Sewing StutT, Flag Line. Hod
Martin, Sewing StutT, Flag Lines, Hooka snd Thimbles,
Doable snd single blocks, Whit Lead,
Kacliah hoOsd f In 1 asd Ofl, Gold Leaf.
Tor aaie by
H. HACKFELT: CO.
eajtA f - . If " ..
mwajo ----- . , ,
" . " r i n . 'M rw-t II far Hew Zealand
Arrived at Honolulu u
Are at Honolulu Oct 19
An Labup. septal -TvVN I k horn
A rr at lanaina, io -.
A it t Honolulu Oct 18 aid same day for H
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 15
AtT Honolulu aug at t Zealand1
Arr t Honolulu Sept 16, JLJ
Arr st Honolulu, wet oi t f-'
Arr st Honolulu, Oct 81 , , ,
. tT A a TTsnlrtlrt NOV 2D
IrT at HuToc? 26 . f M
Arctie, juij 3tv, 1 wow
1 . 'a ara As
arr at uonoiuiu, yv? , a
Arr at Laha na, wmi - - sfnThome
A M Aft IPlSsVllinl I M7TC IB i M IA ammm "
I Arr at Lahaina Nov 23
Arr at Honolula Oct 11
Ai-ctic, Aug 20. 260 wb
Arr at Honolulu, Kov 4 sailed Dec 1
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 ,
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4; Bid Sept 24 for New Zealand
Arr t Honoluln Oct 16 j sl'd Nov 3 for home .
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 13 ' .
., ; .. -v: ... .:"'
Arrived at Honoluln Oct 4 j sld Oct 23 to eruue
Arrived Honolulu Aug 22 J sailed Sept 2 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 22, 4 wnalea; gone to New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu Vov 30
Arr at Lhaina Sept 3; ski fm Honoluln lor KZ Sept 14,
Arr at Honolulu, Nov Zl
Lahaina, Sept 6, clean aid Sept 15 for New Zealand
Ocbtsk, Sept, 600
Arr at Honolulu Nov 23
Arr at Lahaina Oct 18 1 al'd from Honolulu Nov 1
Ochotsk, Sept 1. 600
Arr at Lahaina, Nor 12 . J4...
Spoken August 1. entering Bhering's St. 460 bbls
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 9 ,
Arr at Honolulu Nov 28 '
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Arr at Lahaina Nov 22
i n- . r I.li.ln. Nnvt
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4 ; sld Oct 14 for Cal'nl Cot
Lost in the Ochotsk in August
Arr 1HU0 JVov 26
Arr at Honolula JVov 27
Arr at HUo, Oct 81 ' ,
Arr at Honolulu Sept 6; sld Sept 25 for N B
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 30
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 18 J sl'd Nor 4 for CallTa Coast
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 19. (Sea Italy)
Arr a Honolulu, Oct 23; sailed Nav 8, to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
Arr at Honolulu Sept 15; sailed Sept 25 for home
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 j sl'd Nov 14 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina Oct 2 ; sld fm Honltt Oct 14, for N Zj
Arr at Honolulu Aov 27
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 19
Arr at Honolulu Oct 6; sld for N Z Oct 8
Arr at Uilo, Oct 26 j Honolulu, Nov 14 al'd Nov 20
Honolulu, Sept 11; sld Sept 16 from Wakneafor N Z
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 9 ,
Arr at Honolulu Nov 22 .
Arr ax Honolulu Sept 22; sld Sept 23d for N Zealand
Hilo, Sept 1; sld Sept 17 for New Zealand
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 10 ; Honolulu 1V0V 25 .
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Arr at Hooolalu'oct 1, gone nto the merchant service
Arr at Honolulu Sept 2; aid Sept 20 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 9
Arr Lahaina July 31 ; aid Aug 21 for N. Z. and homej
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; al'd nor a lor new aeaiana
Arr at Lahaina Oct 13 ; al'd Oct 31 for New Zealand
Honolulu, Oct 3; sailed Oct 10 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu July 27; aid Aug 1 for New Zealand
Arctic, July 18, clean
Lahaina, Sept 26: aid Oct 6 for New Zealand .
Arr at Honolulu. Oct J& aj'u ivov , w cruise
Arctic Julv 13. clean -
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; al'd Nov 11 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nor 11 ; sl'd A'ov 30, to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 16 j l'd Nor 17 to cruise -
.1 400: 6000
.! 460i 5(KM)
. 1000 14000
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 81 -
Arr at Honolulu Sept 8; sld Sept 6 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30 a
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 Td Nov 11 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 4, for coast of Pern
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 8 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 19 ; al'd iVov 26, for Cl. coast
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale ; Okhotsk, Bept IS. 000 oris
Arr at Lahaina. Oct 25 ; sl'd fm Honolulu mov s . ,
Arr at Honolulu, Nov IS
Arr at nonoluln, Nov 8 '
Lahaina. Sept 13; aid from Honolulu Sept 80 for home!
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 0 ; sl'd ivov zu, tor nom ,
Ochotsk, Oct. 1, 800 -
Arr at Keala. Oct9; sTd fm Hon. Nov 8 fr S. J. de FucaJ
Arr at Honolulu Oct 12 ; e'ld Oct 26 for Sit home
Arr at Hon'lu Oct 12 ; sl'd Nov 8 to cruise and home
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18 ,
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 11 ;
Arr at Honolulu S-pt 15; sld October 6 for N1 Zealand
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 24
Arctic, Aug 25, 6 whales
Ait at Lahaina, Nov 16 '
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 13 ; sl'd JVov 22 for Hilo
I . . n i .. i , n , , in I - as h m now i
, . . JI2OO! l:!O00 Arr at nonnlulu, Oct 22 5 sl'd Nov for horn
....! 1200; 14000 j Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
THE FXUERSIGXEO, AGEXT
for the sale of Laaaaeta. Saeneer St
Ca.nd R. C. Jaaisa'a Hawaiian
Packed Beef, has constantly on hand and
for sale BEEF of the alove well known and approved brands,
which he offers for sale at the market rate.
P. S. This Beef is pe-lced at TValmea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
tbe climate is cool and well adapted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TL'KKS ISLAND SALT, by ex
erienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 months in
anv climate. - . ALEX. 3. CARIWKIGHT.
Honolulu, August 25, 1853. 114-tJanl ' ' '
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
having opened the above Stand for
the narpoee of carrying on the
Batrbrrins Ba.iuras, intend
keeping their market suppliedwlth the beat Busr, Pottk, Mrr
Tow, SsrssGES, and everything pertaining to the Butchering
Business. Tnaakful for past favors, they solicit a continuation
of tbe liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on them, and res
pectfully invite the. public to call and examine the quality of the
stock they offer for sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kiko
STKUT, opposite i. T. Wterhouse's manuahi store.
GEOKGK KISKLTf, '
Late of Washinirton Market.
llS-tf 8. H. BKATTV.
V' CITY MARKET.
WILLIAM MAXWELL, SALESMAN.
fTQIG UNDERSIGNED HAVING BOUGHT
JL out tbe interest cf Maxwell A Beatty, in tbe above es
tablishment, situated on King street, opposite 3. T. Water
house's New Store, hopes that the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed may be continued, a no pains or trouble will be
spared by the manager, Mr. Wm. MaxweU, in suiting the taste
of alt customers.
Attention paid to selection of stock, to render the quality of
meat the best obtainable.
- Orders punctually attended to, and delivered In say part of
the city within two miles, free of charge.. - ,
Honolulu, July 1, 186S. 1108) J. X. DOWSETT.
Sheet lead, assorted English files.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails, -
Garden chairs, bronse hat stands, cook ladles,
Handsaws, saw seta, assorted corkscrews,
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels.
Chest lock, barrel bolt, try pans, anvils.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates,
' Hoop iron, sssorted iron, screw wool press, ' . ' -, ...
. Garden rollers, iron field gate, hand gates, ,. ' - - ,
- Burnished bit, sail needles, . ; v ? - .
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoons.'
Bottled ale (a first rat article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Toan, hock, crabappie cider, sherry win champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, bias snd white; saddles, bridle, betta. dairy salt-,'
Liverpool pickling salt, St. Cbea packing salt, pipes; .
Black, yellow snd green paint, hemp rope, Manila rope-, .
Hemp canvas, osnaborg, strong arid bagging, wool bars;
Blacksmith's Coal, carriage and other varnishes.
TeOow nappies, table seta, chamber sets, tea sets, bow is, asatd;
Dinner plate, eoop plate, 6 Inch plate, flat dishes, mugst
Metal covered and pitcher, etc, eto. ...
3f , - . ' . . ROBERT C.JANIO.
1 2,000 LiNb?SNATT
UOCRLT EXPECTED, PER SYREN.
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH.
Harness and Russet Leather, -
, : Children's Cab, 1 . . . f : . . .
Children's Carriage, various patterns, for sale by
. HS-tf .. . . CHAS. BREWER, to.
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES, Uf IO 1st.
Jsrst " " '". ' - . - .
Currant, apple, plum, grape and qui -ice jeUie,ln small glass Jars.
Also, preserved pineapple and cherries.
A small Invoice of the above per Raduga," for sale by
117-tf 0. L RICHARDS A CO.
. HOOP IRON. . . :
BUNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON.
Kegs Rivets, daily expected per dipper ship "Syren,
. , . , For sale bv
US-tf " CIIAB. BREWXR, 5
QAA BOXES, 1 5 LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
OUU White Soap, per Yankee," for aale by
' O. L. RICHARDS CO. r ,
' ' -ii I ' JJ.J . ie . Ratrtnrfs " from Vessels in inv rM -r . I
- - - - -,a..BsssssBSBMSBBs
bTbbbbTbbTbTbTbbbTbTbb . , . . vx-t.. . r assa-ltl I -
N B Och'k
Mam men. 11867
Wine ' 1865
L C Richmond
1857 L iKo&'k
1866 N B
1867 N B lOch'k
1S6T;N B IOch'k
. . . .
ii nut, Nankt ......
1866.N B . iOch'k
Mary A Susan
Maocheater.l867 N B
v . 1 '.1 o tLA IS R
J1867.N B - jArctlc
.1867 N B Arctic
. 1857N B iOch'k
1867 N B (Och'k
1867 N B Ocu'k
1866 N B iOch'k
1867 H ivcn-s
J1867.N B -1 Arctic
.1868 Hono Arctic
rt867 N B
, 10 1160
.11855 N B
1866 N B
1867 N B
1864 S U
11857, N L
1866 N B
Ormaby 11837; 8 H
N S Perkina
Rousseau " '
1866 N B Arctie
1855 N B Och'k
.1857 0mpH Br Bay
1857 N L I
. . , . . .
Wood - .
1866 tiavre arcuc
hsss j H
11856 N B
I-"0;,. I Arctic
1867 N B p
1866i - ......
.1857 " H Arrtir
1857 F H Och'k
1857 N B
!,au 1 lArrtle
Chad wick ,
J C Pease
L. B. King
Robinson - .
1857 Hono Arrtte
. ,1865 N
jovtf . I
I, OKA IW.nWt
!l856 N B
.11866 N B
.,1857 F H
11866 N B
.'1867 N L
1865 N B
.1867 N B
80 . .
!l 865 Havre
Sarah Sheaf, bk
.4867 N B
1S64 C 8
1856 F H
1866 N B
1866 t II
. 1855 N B
jl866 C 8
,1856. p n
1857 N B
1855 N B
Ville de Rennea
I1866 B H
11 8571 Russn iOch'k
1867 S H
Wm. A Henry
w C Nye
Ill Young Phoenix
Shock ley fl857lN B
JUST RECEIVED I
ZiX: " -g- TVTTr-rrrn tf
COR. MERCHANT AXD FORT STREETS,
THIS BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
' AND ' '
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO" THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEN SEL
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with s perfect
knowledge of the wanta of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, ami having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than have ruled In this market
in paet year. Citisena and Strangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. S. A M. 8. GRINBAUM.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1S68. 115-tf
- THE GOLDEN FLEECE!
Fine Wool Merino Ranis for Sale !
A VERT FINE SELEC-
tion can now be made at Louzada, Spen
cer at Co.', Lihue. Hawaii, forty of
which are a-ot bv. tie match leas ram
"VaQcsao," whose sire, uLyibruinska,n stands unrivaled in the
great wool growing Australia, hi fleec weighing in the grass,
but moderately clean, sixteen pound of the finest quality.
Lyibruinska" was purchased by James Aitkin, Esq-, for iSO.
u Vaqrcso" was shorn in Honolulu aa ier two years old, hi
fleece weighing thirteen pounds. His present fleece cbaUenfes
competition. . .
Leassil, Speateer Sc. Ca having just received per
order from Germany, some pure Saxona, can now dispose of part
of their imported pure blood stud Merinos, bred by the greatest
Australian breeder, James Aitkin, Esq. snd having Binds sr
rangcmenU to import the purest animals regardles of -expense,
t eu 10 give tnetr oraers ana grow the Uoidu
. . . llS-3m.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS It
JUST RECEIVED per "Young Greek," from Boston,
an assortment of Chair, consisting of
Bay State office. Ladies' Dining, Wood Seat office,
Baltimore Cane, Lafayette do, . ... r
BaH Top Grecian Gold Stripe, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
Cane Back Nurse, Wood Seat, ChlMren'e Rocking, .
Children's Peg Ann Dining, do do Hole, Ac, c Ac,
. ' ' For sale by
-tf A P. ETERETT.
Real Estate in Honolulu ! "
To bs SOLD by AUCTION on the PREMISES,
Oa the at DeeeaWr Nt, ( Ns,
TT IX THREE SEPARATE LOTS x . ? ,
m THOSE THREE COMMODIOUS AND
I substantial Dwelling Houses snd enclosed Lota sdjouung
Jaiaa. Judge Rubertaon's house, on the aaaukaaidaof Marchant -street,
in Honolulu. Each bouse eoasists of three room besides
pantry, cook house and privy, with s good supply of water.
Title Fee Simple. For further particular apply to HENRY
KITH, a the premises, or to JOH.t II ). CO J Attar, AUor
y, VI ;r:hant atreet, . J. F. CJLBJitM.
: ' NOTICE! ' ' 5 7
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to th Uooolul public the following, on tbe as nat
rersonabt term t . . , ,
CORAL STONE I
In any quantity, for building and other purpose, at so mach
each. In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Wlndsw gilt
and Caps, with smooth surface, cut wut in aay sis te suit. , ,
Llate, Fir Wd,
Ballaet far Vrsaarls.'
, Mial, SsrcwBHsklM, ITarvM. Ac.
m-tt , - ' - - . A. I. DOWSETT. '
FAMILY COOKING STOVES !
ALTOGETHER SUPERIOR TO EVERT
other kind imported! BAY STATE and GREES MOUM.
TAIN STATE STOVES, Nos. , 1, a, 8, and , oTcUdpsw
strips - Syren" sad Mountain wive, for sale by PP
, , -w K. O. HALL.
' IRON, Ac
BOILER AND SHEET IRON for sale, to srriv
shortly per "SYren, by - - ?
lltf . - . , . CHAS. BREWER, tb.
- SAFES! SAFES!
SUPERIOR FIRR AND THIEF PROOF
sSss, made by Messrs. Denio st Roherta, Boston. For sal
T. - -' l-f ' - . A. V rTEMTT, .
I A mtl.
Arr st Honolulu, Oct 81
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 26
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 81
lahaina, Oct 28 ; slMSov.fr.- !
Hilo, Oct 81 WH'
Lahaina, Oct 81 ; si'd JVovOt,,. S
Hilo. Oct SO ; .I'd from HoaaM
Ochotsk. Sept 1. 760
Air at inains, mot 17
Arr t Lahaina. Oct 25 ; al'd Nov 4 . -
7. , f .Jz r flew 1.
arr as nawmiia jinr z
Lah-ina, Oct 2 ; aid fin Hon. Oct lv I
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 14 l
Arr at Honolulu Oct 16 I
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 6 al'd from Bl
smno m uuuu uiu vict ; su B0V. IWv
Arr at Honolulu .Vov 28 "
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 21
Ochotsk, June, 2 whales
Arr a Lahaina for 23 .
Arr at Honolulu JVov 27
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1; aid Oct 23 to en.
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12 1 al'd Hat iZ
fvn aw. niw ii,7
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23; sl'd Nor 17 to
Arr at Honolulu, Oct zw
rr at lahaina. Oct 80 ; al'd Nov
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; al'd Nor 12 to era?
arr at Lahaina Oct 16; al'd Nov 16,tcnf
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 13 i
Jcbotok, Sept 16, 600 i
Sperm whaling r
rr at Honolulu. Oct 29 -t
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 1 sl'd If or SO t
13000 1 Arr at Honolula, Oct 27
l( n IhnlMut Mar IBftS
9000 Arr st Hito Oct 30 ; Uhaina Nov 4; sl'd J
160001 rr st Honolulu, ov 17 .
clean I Arr Lahaina, Oct 2: aid from Honolulu 0
Bristol Bay, Aug 13, clean
XOUU I amtu m nuuuiiu. , I w va U B) a
....... I . 1 I . ,1 . . . . A . -M. . h .
11000 Arr at Honoluln Aor 29
arr at Hun rnnHnv rw 14 ion arh Ma
18O0O I arr a nuo, ucs it i nonomni, uc l
4000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600
1000 Honolulu, Sept 12; sld from Kauai Sept Y
6000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 26 ; al'd Nov 16
,vu llMuJnhl NavII
18500 Arr at Lahaina, Nov 8 ; al'd for 27 to eJ
2000 Arr at Hilo Sept 4; sld Bept 16 for New 2..1
WaaaI Am. TU:i raaV fAS '
i UUU I as ituv, vrv- w -
7000 Arr at Honolulu Nov 20
6000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 sl'd Nov 20
SOOO Arr at lahaina. Oct 22
2000Arr at Honolulu, Oct 4 ' I
660 Arrived Honolulu July 80 ; sldAngUhrr
12000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 26 ; al'd Nov 10. toeraJ
13000 Arr at Honolulu. Nov 9 1 sl'd AoV 29 toaj
(Ochotsk, Sept 1, 260 k
Arr at Uooolulu Bept IS; aid Oct 6 for H W
Ochotsk, Bept I, Z5 wb
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600
14000 Arr at Honolulu Sept It aid Sept 25 farK!,
2700 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 ; al'd Nov 10 Co trj
6000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 28 ; al'd Nov 19 for CalifaJ
IZOUOiarr at 11110, ucs 20
60001 Arr at Honolulu sept 16; aid Oct 11 too,
11000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 1
clean Arrived at Hilo Sept 20: sld Sept SO far J 2
16000 Arr at Honolulu Aov 28
Arr at Hilo, Oct 26 ; al'd from Honolula Irf
Arctic, July 81, dean
Arr at Lahaina Sen' 3: sld Sent 10 trm -J
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 al'd Nov 17 ft Vr
trrived at Honolulu Oct 3 ; s'ld Oct 20 far).
Arr at Honoluln Oct 11 ; a'ld Oct 2S for Km
Arr at Hilo, Oct 23 .
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 26 sl'd Nov lStocn '
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 21 1 al'd Aov 28 for a,
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 . , ,"
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4
Arr at Honolulu Nov 22 i.
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 10 1 sl'd No, I fr
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3 I
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 16
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 30; aid from Hooolckk
Arr at Honolula Aov 26 V
Arrived at Lahaina Sept 22 ; a'ld Oct It fell
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600 wu - I
Arr at Lahaina, Oct Z3; Si'd ov la fx lis
Arr at nolulu, Oct 28
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; al'd Nov 10 to crc
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 23; sl'd Nov 18 tarns
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 29
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30 ; al'd Nov 13 toen,
Arr at Lanalna, Hot 9 em
Arr at Honolulu Aov 26
Spoken Aognst ft, 1 whale
Arrived tdooolulu Aug II f s la oepi 4, at
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 10 I
k .r T . V a lr.a rw 5U1 mVA KnV M tAMM
Arr at Hioolulu, Oct 30 ; sl'd Nov 13 to etui
Arr at Honolulu, oct is ; ai d aov lor ui
Arctic, July 20, dean
Arr at HonohUu, Nov 22
Arr at Hilo. Oct 27 Honoluln, Nov 6
Arr at Hilo Aov
Arr st Honolulu, Oct 28
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 1 s'ld Oct 16 for N I
Arr How lulu Aug 1 j s'ld Aug 17 Inr S. Z. J
Arr st Houolulu, Oct 17 ; al'd Nov 10 end
Arr at Honolulu Oct 13 ; sl'd Nov 2 lor Mori
arrived at Honolulu Oct 3; sailed Oct It j
Arr at Lahaina Nov 11 1 al'd Aov 26 tor
Arr at lahaina, Oct 23 ; al'd Kov 10 tocvj
Last report at New Holland, Apr 3 11
ALL PERSOX9 HAVING dexj
against me, will please present them for sua
dlately and those fndeotet are requewceu 10 call is
their accounts will be left with an sttornry foroUect'
" &3T The subscriber hereby gives notice thstbeid
debt contracted without hi written order.
. H. MACTll
. , Honoluln, April 20, ISM, . 6-f
IFHE , UNDERSIGNED WILL 0l
M. oeiv leyoaii in tb Custom House Vault, st
regulations, after this day. All articles 00 depoatt
can remain until tt is convenient to remove them.
- Honoluln, July 1, 1S68. 106-tf CoL 01
k9s friends, as a mutual protection, be will oa 1
O . . . . . M v . . - . . . . .... V .
the money, a written order, or a passage book. Si?!
18 1IERERT GIVEN, that I hvc spH
JL F, A. HEX DON aa my Agent, with Paver a
during my absence from the Is'aada..
Honolulu, March 16, IS68. 0-tf D. H-
mne cxnERsinvFn iiavinc
JL , appointed Administrator, with the will anna
Ute of Stephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, dtea
gives notice to all persons having demands sra
to present the aame and all persona indebted la H"
ncreoy requcsiea io maae unmeaian psvineni.
- JAMES If-
. TlonoraJa. Januarv 23. 1S6S. 8S-tf Abl
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS ASVOl
MS Chrome Green snd Yellow, Yellow Ochre, T
rTusstan bine, Spanish Brown. I mber,
Boiled Unseed Oil. Turpentine. White Leai M
To be bad in quantities to auit. ot C B. Lf)
- 111-rf rr
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVIXCBEjJ
Mtnted Unftnllan, nf tt. nwMnn ami nroorrtrS t
C. LUNA LI LO, son of Charles Kanalna. of
give noUoe to all persons Indebted o bin to "j
payment ; and all persons having claims again s
hereby requested to present the same to J. Lt
tMlulnu. '' ..-! !'.i . J. W. AtJ-J
reb.32.lSS8. S7-tf C. RAS0
TH E UNDER8IG N ED. G UARjPMj
th person snd property of WILLIAM CM
son of C. Ksnaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid say ri
tng the said W. C Lnnalilo, as from this saw '
debts contracted by him.
Feb. 22. 1SU. S7-tf
BREAD X X
OURLT EXPECTED per Syr.
do casks Bread, in whalemen's cuss,
i . x St
i vsusi ? utcr isreaa, a new a
For sale "Trfri
man f.nta. rnnvt. CORDa'i
la uns Manilla, It tn t men,
60 Rossis tarred Rope, 24 to Tdi
6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 8000 Bi
S Chain Cables, 11 inch, 70 fathom '
of best pattern Slips' Cabooses pet
. a tiwoin ncoves, for coal or woos.
For aale low by . (la-tf)
CALIFORNIA ONIONS. PIAif
JOR, far aale by QWt ) C L. KICR
- snuua .-
BARRELS OIL SHpO ,.
aanaa aa n i ii i- m. -.
TEL LOW METAL.COMPOSITIOJJ
KA CASES YELLOW MKT" i
aJU . 30 boxes eomposiUon sik J
t Mkegs do do. (tf
llS-tf For sale by CBMJjZ
CLAPBOARDS AND LAjg?
PINE, fFT.) DRESSED 9
Pine Laths, per " Mountain Wave." fJ
0 H. Ut'
., .IHil -I