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' ..The Tear Oa Tkuaad.
M.. T A,
- us as mus century drew to a close, various
circumstances concurred to produce a change in
men" mind. It was a universally diffused be
lief that the world would coaie to an end when a
thouaund years from the Savior' birth were ex
pirea. ine year yyy was therefore looked up. n
as the last any one would see. And if ever signs
of approaching dissolution were shown in heaven
. and earth, the people of this century might be
Eardoned for believing that they were made t wi
le to them. Even the breaking up of morals
and Uw, and the wide deluge of sin which over-
spreaa an lands, mibt be taken as a token that
mankind' were deemed unfit to occupy the earth
In addition to these appalling symptoms, fum
ines were renewed from year to year in still in
creasing intensity, and brought the plague and
pestilence in their train. The land was left un
titled, the houses unrepaired, the rizht unvindi
cated ; for who could take the useless trouble of
plowing or building, or quarreling about a prop
" erty, when so few months were to put an end to
ail terrestrial interests? 1 et even for the few re
maining days the multitudes must be fed. Rob-
jbers frequented every road, entered even into
walled towns ; and there was no authority left to
t protect the weak, or bring the wrong doer to
punishment. Corn and cattle were at length ex
hausted ; and in a great part of the Continent
the most frightful extremities were endured ; and
when endurance could go no further, the last des
perate expedient was resorted to, and human flesh
was commonly consumed. One man went so far
as to expose it for sale in a populous market town.
The horror of this open confession of their deeds
was so great that the man was burned, but more
for the publicity of his conduct than for his inhe
rent guilt.- Nothing was sacred nothing was
safe. Even when food might have been had, the
vitiated taste made bravado of its depravation,
and women and children were killed and roasted I
in the madness of the universal fear.
Meantime, the gentler . natures driven to the
wildest excess of fanaticism to find a retreat from
the impending judgment. Kings and emperors
- begged at monastery doors to be admitted brethren
of the Order. Henry of Germany and Robert of
i ranee were saints accoraing to toe notions of the
time, and even now deserve the respect of man
kind for the simplicity and benevolence of their
characters. Henry, the Emperor,. 8ucceedxl in
being admitted as a monk, and swore obedience
on the hands of the gentle Abbot, who had failed
from turning him from his purpose.
Sire," he said at last, " since you are under
my orders, and have sworn to obey me, I com
mand you to go forth and fullfi,the duties of the
State to which God has called you. Go forth, a
monk to the Abbey of St. Vanne, but Emperor of
Robert of France, the son of Hugh Capet,
placed himself, robed and crowned, among the
choristers of St. Denis, and led the' musicians in
singing hymns and psalms of his own composi
tion. Lower men were satisfied with sacrificing
the marks of their knightly and seignorial rank,
and placed baldricks and swords on the altars,
and before the images of saints. Some manu
mitted their serfs, and bestowed large sums upon
charitable trusts, commencing their disposition
with words implying the approaching end of all.
Crowds of common people would sleep nowhere
but in the porches, or, at any rate, within the
shadow of the churches, and other holy buildings;
and as the day of doom drew nearer and nearer,
greater efforts were made to appease the wrath of
heaven. Peace - was proclaimed between all
classes of men. From Wednesday night till
Monday evening of each week there was to be no
violence, or rujaity, or war in all the land. It
was to be s truce of God. '
And now came the dreadful or honed for rear.
The awfol Thousand had at last commenced, and
'men held their breath to watch what would be
the result of its arrival.
And he laid hold of the drazon. that old ser
pent, which b the devil. And Srtfan mil rwuinrl
- him for a thousand years, and east him into the
Dotto inlets pit, and shut him up, and set a seal
upon him, that he should deceive the nations no
more, till the thousand years should be fulfilled;
uad after that he must be loosed a little season."
(Rev. xx. 2, 3.)
With this text all the pulpits in Christendom
had been ringing for a whole generation. And
not the pulpits only, but the refection halls of
convents, and the cottages of the starving peasan--try.
Into the castle also of the noble we have
seen it had penetrated ; and the most abject terror
pervaded the superstitious, while despair, as in
shipwrecked vessels, displayed itself amid the
vi Mn yuyuuxwm in rioting ana inBuoor-
dination. The spirit of evil for a little season
was to be let loose upon a sinful world; and
when the olerver looked round at the real con
dition of the people in all parts of Europe at
the ignorance and degradation of the multitude,
the cruelty of the lords, and the un-Christian
ambition and unrestrained passions of the clergy
it must have puzzled him how to imagine a
worse state of things, even when the chain was
loosened from that old serpent," and the world
placed unresistingly in his folds.
Tet, as if men s minds had now reached their
' lowest point, there was a perpetual rise from the
beginning of this date. When the first day of
the thousand and first year shone upon the world,
it seemed that in all nations, the torpor of the
past was to he thrown off. There were strivings
everywhere after a new order of things. . .
, . , The first joy of their deliverance from the ex-
' pec ted destruction impelled all classes of society
in a more honorable and useful path than they
had ever hitherto trod. White '$ Eighteen Christ
Stxax OLOiirrua Electricity. A curious cele
bration of the Atlantic Telegraph, took place at Syra
cuse, N. Y.. when the news was received there of the
raccessfui laying or the cable. Says the Syracuse
All of a sadden, and all at once, fourteen locomo
tives sent np a shriek from their steam-whistles
which shook the firmest buildings to the centre,
deafened every ear, and penetrated, as we verily
believe, west to Lake. Erie and east to tide-water.
(There is no description, in poetry or prose, which can
convey any jast idea of the noise (that is the only
word) that was thus created. It was positively
.awfuL Such an unearthly sound such a strange,
mysterious and overwhelming sound such a terrible,
tremendous and monstrous sound nerer was heard
before. It reminded us of the seven thunders of the
i Revelation ; of a legion of Niagaras; of the horn of
Gabriel, (we speak reverently.) and the Day of Judg
ment ! Men grew pale, women fainted, and children
. went into convulsions as tbey heard it.
A SMALL INVOICE OP THE ABOVE
A celebrated Bitters, just received per "Fanny Major,"
fjcssdeby 108-t) C. L RICHARDS A CO.
FRESH CAROLINA RICE,
- . Fjiglsslk Pie Fruit,
Knbaa Baasees, assorted,
.. ffauan Oiiua,
' Maeaos mm TermiceTtt, -
- f r i t ' : ' Fresk Pranea ia Qlass Jars, ...
. ." Brandy Peaches and Cherries, '
Per " Tanks," fur aai by
UHt a L. RICHARDS CO.
TJIRESH COVE OTSTF.RS, OLIVE OIL.
Is? Pickles, bbbsb, Oosbea batter, ssUermtas, , r
Oarned beef la kega tor busily use, cheese, sacks floor,
. .... On hand and tor sale by
Ut A. P. EVERETT.
PURE -CIDER VINEGAR.
.KLfk BBU.TO ARRIVE PER "SYREN,"
C0 J bonrty spected, (far Bale by '
J. C. SPALDING.
ALCOHOL, SO PER CENT. OVER PROOF.
CASES ALCOHOL CONTAINING 2 FIVE
cauoa Una eacti, aw sale to arrive per "Syren," by
11-" 3. C. SPALULNG
PITCH AND TAR.
T BBLS. OF EACH, TO ARRIVE PER
.93 V Syren,- w sale by
lllt J.'O. SPALDING.
VELLOW PINK 1 14, AND SPRUCE 7-8
IL Tonfaed and grooved Flooring', per wEUza Ella."
V. 11. LKWKKa.
fOPBRIORLOT OF BO ARDSmbmI CLAP
JA tsOARM, Bar Bate by .
7 f i ; . C. H. LK1TKR8.
$ 0 2$balmnr. -
LAHAINA, S. I.
OILMAN. CO. ARE
now receiving their
Harriet & Jeasie,
WHICH THEY OFFKK FOR SALE OX A3 FAVORABLE
- TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT OJi THE ISLANDS.
A laree assortment of Ship ChsaBHllery,
Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Faint. Oils, Boots and Shoes,
American, Californian and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, in short cask;
. . stice. assorted Crackers:
American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beef. WABBSSrrsn;
American Mess and Prime Fork, a superior lot of Hams.
Ko. 1 brown sugar, - Crushed sucar.
So. 2 two n sugar, Loaf siurar,
Syrup, Boxes salt,
MoUsses. Bbls vinegar.
- Chests tea. Boxes raisins,
Fine oolong tea. Chocolate
Split peas, - Coffee,
Assorted spices, Ac
Boiled Itnsred oil. " ' Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead, Black paint,
- Pure white lead, "ulty, chalk,
I'ruftsian blue, Bll owl tar,
' Chrome yellow, Paint brushes,
Chrome green, Pencil brushes,
An assortment of
IV. K. Lewis & Bro's fresh Preserved Meats.
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton,
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken.
Clams, corn, beets, ase'd pickles,
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip broeans, buff browns.
Heavy brojrans, boys brogans,
An assortment of ladies'
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Cnstom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Toettle Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Locks,
and Harpoons, from Durtee Jc Co. and Dean
If Driggs, of New Bedford.
New Bedford made Towline, Manila Cordage,
Hemp Cordage, Rattling stuff,
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boats, 14, 16, 17 and 18 feet.
Sheet lead, martin spikes.
Copper and iron tackle,
. Copper and iron screws.
Brass and iron chest locks.
Door locks, gimlets, compasees,
Knives and forks,
Rigging leather. 119-tf
II. C. WATERMA1V & Co.
OHVr for Sale :
OHfV BBLS. EXTRA MESS BEEP.
jCJJ30Q bbls prime pt irk,
100 u Gallego flour, superfine.
Its) Uaxall do do, ' .
- '2i half bbls superfine flour, for families,
C5,000 Uis bread, pilot, nary and medium,
24 half bbls crushed sugar,
50 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford tow lines,
50 bundles nary oaknm,
25 bbls pitch,
00 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons iron hoops,
300 coils Manila enrdasre, H loch, 4. 4r, 4,
3. 34, 3i, 3. 2i. S. 21,2.11 ami If inch,
50 coils 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 tbral,
60 coils Russia cordage. 7 inch shrouding,
6. 4, 3J, 3, 2), 2 and H inch.
23 coils 0, 12 and 15 thread, seising, ham be r-
line, rounding and bouseline,
. Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and S Inch,
Chip's eambooses, complete. No. 2 and 3.
Whale irons, tog;le Irons,
Cotton duck. So. 2, 4, 5, 6 and T,
10.000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine beading,
Spruce flour board
Hard pine flooring
WIIAL.IXG CUX, PATENT IIOMB LANCES
AND GUN HARPOONS.
A FTF.R SEVERAL TEARS LABOR AND
7s. exirriinenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his aprratns, combined with the ad vantages of being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instru
ment in form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled.
The atu-otioa of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials.
8a Fsasnsco, January 10, 1S5S.
Csrr. R. Brow .Sir. I take this opportunity to inform
you that we used thne Bomb Lances we bought of you, and j
found them to be of gieat neefit in capturing whales amongst
The first what - t!j.t we n-:J the Bomb Lance on was killed
In the following manccr The boat went alongside of the whale
and the bnat-steerer fired a Bomb into him acd then fastened to
him with a gig iron : the Bomb was beard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-tnn- I
tioued whale was in the ice, and It is our opinion that we should
not have got that whale and many others that we did get, if it
hvi not been fur your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
tnem to tne attention or those ntting out whale ships.
Thomas Wsll, Master bark George.
HoxoLcxr, March 17, 1856.
Carr. Robkkt Baows Mp dear Sir t I nsed your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
Zoo bbls. of oil. Me never could have taken him without said
Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon hand lance.
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
nosoLrtx, March 15, 1856.
Csrr. Robkbt Bbowx Dear Sir : I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice.
1 also used the harpoon and got most of tlie whales by youi
uuns ana apparatus.
Idsso Alls, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned.
Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for
R, COADY k CO.. Honolulu.
NCHORS, CHAINS, CORDAGE, tec
l o woiis naniua, it to t incn,
60 " Russia tarred Rope, 24 to 7 do.,
S Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 lbs.,
3 Chain Cables, 14 inch, 70 fathoms each,
6 of best pattern Ships' Cabooses patent of 1855,
15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood.
For sale low by (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING
YELLOW METAL, COMPOSITION NAILS.
CASES VELLOW METAL, assorted sisesi
w foxes cuniyusnKii nans.
Ml Kegs do do.
H-tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
HREE 5 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, to arH.. I
ier gupkv amp cvreu." i or sate or
lltf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
LANCE POLES, to arrive per "Syren," for sale by
- CHAS. BREWKR, 2d.
RITSOX fc II ART,
WINES AND SPIRITS,
,T THE OLD WINE STORE, under A.J.
L Cartwright's, offer for sale t
Brandy in kegs and barrels
Brandy, United Vineyard Proprietors;
- Rum in kecs;
Jamaica Rum in cases;
Genuine old Scotch whisky, in 1 dos cases; . "
Slooonjrahela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
' Fine old liocongahehi whisky, in one dos cases,
Hollands gin in cases;
Beheidam gin In eases;
Wolfe's Scbeidam schnapps;
Clarets of different brands;
Sauternet . ,
Champagne, pirts and quarts, different brands; ,
Sherries, pale and brown;
Fine old port; .
By ass' and other brands of ale;
-. Porter; .
Ship Slresk sfalr re. 37
T- WE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
the Office attached to the w Sailors' Home." will procure
Officers and Men for whaling and other vessels, at short notice,
and wilt endeavor to gtvw sfaetkm to all who may favor hint
with their bosinrsa. GKO. WILLIAMS,
Licensed Shipping A rent.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1568. 114-tf :
FOR SALE I
1WE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
. "Aleiamlro Garrigos," consisting of
350 KlraaM CsmiU,
1 tsMB Saltpetre.
Apply t L. n. ANTHOjr.
86-tf Or te i. 0. 8PACLDING-
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES, IN IO lb.
Currant, apple, plum, rrape and quince Jeiliesjn small flaw Jars.
Sku, preserve! pineapples and cherries.
A small invoice of the above per " Hadui-a," fur sale ly
U7-U C. L. RICHARDS it. CO.
- BLANK EXCHANGE I1
ERCIIANTS AND WHALER S ichang
Btaoks. ia srta. for aaie. At 60 ner dosen. --
TUf ' -' ' - II. M. WIirrNsTY.
$0 5BraIr nun.
Te the Owacnk mmd Prrwai laf eresteal la
Whalcships in the Pacific Ocean.
Ornca or ran Panama Rail-Road Compast,
New YoBK.Jaly20.18a7. i
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of informing those Interested in the v haling oust
ness. of the advantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to tlie United States, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the United states to Panama.
The Railroad has been In regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and Its capacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise. Including Oil. provisions, c.
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whalcshis has recently been turned to the subject of (hipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
aud the Panama Kail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important objoct. A Pic r, 450 feet long, has
been built In the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
walL Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company Is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it In New York,
under thratagh Bills of Lndia at (the rate of seven
eents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eijiht cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. Fur
whalebone, one and one-half eents per pound. This charge
covers every exxrnse from Panama to New York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Iahmus is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other roods const gned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to W illiam
Arlsssi Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
TT sretlenc i. lianas has been apiHMirted Agent at Ilono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish svery requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY. Secretory
Fbkdbbic L. TIasc,
Agen Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu S.I. 64 12m
NOTICE TO WHALEMEN !
rwiHE GOVERNOR OF GUAM, (Ladroue Islands)
JL on the date 2d March, 1853, has appointed
1st. The Whaleships visitiug that Island must pay the port
charges in the first place where tbey may anchor, but nothing in
the oilier ports, for one season, aud also nothing if they do not
2d. Shipment will be permitted to every native who may like
for the time aud destination that the Captai:is may contract.
without any security or restrictions.
3d. Gold and silver coin of the I nited States shall be accepted
in payment for its full value, without discount, in the same man
ner as the Spanish, and south and Central American coins.
4th. The said Governor has sent to Thomas Spencer, in Hono
lulu, all Bills of Exchange that Captains had deposited in the
Governor's hauds fur security of natives shipped in 1856 aud 67.
for the purpose of distributing to every Captain, and to cancel
Stn. The Oovernor also Intends, for the benefit of Captains, to
Change hm residence, during the present year, to the Agat Bay,
on the south part of tlie Aprs Port, and uo more distant from it
than one mite. The said Bay is a very good place for anchorage
without a pilot s assistance. Boats can laud and take water,
and every supply necessary to the vessels.
(Signed) U. D. I. CORTK.
Guam, 8th March, 1858. 1 34-2m
-tP "WHALES II I PS AND OTHER VES-
U c-ELs. nod of superior quality can be hail at Koloa at
(5 per cord : fresh beef at 4 ceuts per tb ; sheep, at fci per head i
and goats at $1 60 head. Also at the port of Ilanak-I, wood and
beef can be nan at the same rata. 1 he Harbor of Ilanalei is on
the North West side of tlie island, and has safe anil good an
chorace in from S to 10 fathoms of wnter. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruis
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT ood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (04-tQ UKOKUK I'll A KM AN.
II AWA II A N IJEEF !
THE rXI)ERSIOED, AGENT
for the sale of Laauala. Spencer Jk.
C".' and R, C. Jani.u'i Hawaiian
Packed Brrf. has constantly on hand and
f-r sale BEEV of the alwve well known and approved brands,
which he offers fur sale at I be market rates.
P. S. This Beef is packed at Waimea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the Wvel of the sea, where
the climate ta cool arid well adajted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TURKS ISLAND SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 months iu
any climate. ILEX. J. UAllXWKIUliT.
Honolulu, August 25, 1S53. 114-tJanl
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
having opened the above Stand for
the purpose of carrying on the 1
Unlchrrias flusinrsw. intend
keeping their market supplied with the best Bbep, Pobk, Mit
tok, Savsauka, and everything pertaining to the Butchering
Business. Tnankful for past favors, they solicit a continuation
of the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed ou them, and res
pectfully Invite the public to cull and examine the quality of the
stock they offer for sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kiso
street, fpMsite J. T. Waterhouse's manuahi store.
UKOHUB Kit ELY,
Late of Wa.hinrtnn Market.
113 tf 8. II. BEATTY.
WILLIAM MAXWELL, SALESMAN.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BOUGHT
out the interest cf Maxwell Beatty, in the above es
tablishment, situated on King street, opposite J. T. Water
house's New Store, hopes that the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed may be continued, as no pains or trouble will be
spared by the manager, Mr. Wm. Maxwell, in suiting the taste
of all customers.
Attention paid to selection of stock, to render the quality of
meat tlie best obtainable.
Orders punctually attended to, and delivered in any part of
the city within two miles, free of charge.
Honolulu, July 1,1853. I1U5J J. L. DOWSETT.
To Yhalenicii !
GYV. M.4CV would resiiectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy It
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Brrf, Mai Ion. Park. Poultry, and also the cele
brated haw Al ll A to iwatuki.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd in
quicker time than at any other port at the inlands. All beef
sold by me will he warranted to keep In any climate.
XT Ko charge made on Inter-island exchange.
J2-tf U. W. MACY.
f ASTERS OP SHIPS VISITING THE
i"JI port of Honolulu, in want of SEAMEN, will find it to their
advantage to call at the office of OR4I1AM & MARKHAM,
where can be found whole crews at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security given for the amount advanced to seamen
until outside of the reef. From past experience and strict atten
tion to our business, we hope to be able to .give satisfaction.
JAMES OR AH AM,
118-om WILLIAM A. MARKHAM.
BUNGS I BUNGS !
KAfin CASK BUNGS, ASSORTED SIZES,
for sale by
CHAS. W. FOX.
Cabinet Maker and Turner,
Hotel street, near fort.
BUNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON.
Kegs Rivets, daily expected per clipper Hhin "Syren."
For sale by
119-tr CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
Tf-TEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM lOOO
1 to 2300 pounds;
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-15 to 1 inch,
o-u rorsaieDy a. 4. t'AltltlaluilT.
IO sTIO BARRELS OIL SHOOKS, to arrive
W Vr V per clipper ship Syren," for sale by
VUAB. BKKftfaV, ZD.
Wool, GoatSkin.. Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (61-tf) J. C. 8PALDINO.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by ll-tf - . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by ll-a CHAS. BRRWXR, 2d.
noucirr as before, at the iiigii-
EST CASH MARKET PRICK, by
KRTJLL k MOLL.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the aTrsjinos of
of hia Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
" Pncifle Commercial Advertiser" Printing Office, (next to the
Post Ofnee) where he ia taking Pietnres which, fur elegance of
style and softness of tone, cannot be excelled. -
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, CliemicaU Ac, lie Is
prepared to take Pietnres with all the latest lmprover.)ents.
5 r Pieturw taken en Glass. Paper, Patent LearJier, India,
Ru' ber, Ac., and warranted to give entire sabstaetion.i
H. B. The Pubiie are invited to call and examine pec i mans.
119-tf VT.t. HOWLAND, Artist.
BOILER .AND SHEET IRON fur sa,U arrive
shortly pev ayren,'' by '
llft-tf . ... ' , CHAS. BREWER, 8r
O- Right VVhaleshins cruising in the
. addressed to the Publisher,
A brain Barker
A. Frasier, bk
400 50 ,
150 2000 ,
200; 2600 .
30 1500 .
lOOi 675 ,
00 3700 .
130) 900 .
82 2800 .
1855 N B
11855 . 44
'1850 N L
1856 N L
11854 N B
Bo wd itch
N B Och'k
201 600 .
20 1580 .
60 4400 .
190 2220 .
15 2000 .
125 2100 .
100 2950 .
100' 600 .
N B Och'k
N B Och'k
N L Och'k
Ed par Arctic
N B !
N II Och'k
N B Och'k
C. W. Morgan
N u ucn-K
N B 1
N B Och'k
N L Och'k
N L ;
, ! ,DC. TC 1 I
.iiiirrwin uoq " . ......
Kenworthv 'l857 N 1
Jeffrey 1856 N L Och'k
Sandford 1855 u Kod'k
Cole l867 War'n Och'k
May 11856 N L Arctic
E. L. Frost
K V Mason
R 0 Spencer,
1857 N B
Il857 N L
(1856 N B
!lS55 S II
80, 900 .
. . . ; 650 .
.... 1300 .
25 950 .
1857 F H
1857 N B
1857 N B
I1857 N B
220 130: 130;
1856 N B
1857 F II
1856 N B
IKrtf N n
F. Henrietta bk
!1S55 N B
larm and rit, 1856
N B Arctic
N B Kod'k
N B Arctic
N B Kod'k
George & Susan
N B I
N B Och'k
N B 'Och'k
' 40 600
George Jc Mary
N L Arctic
Helen Snow, bk
II I hernia 2d
Bolles 1856 N L KodTc
Lyon !1855 N B ,Och'k (
oancoCK isaj nono uen i
Java 2d, bark
Jireh Swift, bk
J A Rbb. bark
Jno A Elisalieth
Il857 HavreiArctio ! -
11855 N B
1856 F II
1855 N B
11857 N B
1857 S H
1856 N B
1S57 N B
1855 F II
1857 N B
1S57 F H
1856 N L
7 Masters of Sperm Whalers are requested
""frir. V"'IV?S iS,T' ' " "r REMARKS I Vessel's Xam M -f !lL- ' . . . REMARKS.
Vessels Names. I Captain. I? g S l!I!fll " REMARKS. I . - d j ' 3 Bp Wh Sp Wh Bon.
I 1 B i f I I F1 i m n I I WW D 1HIUC. 1 I 1 I I
I ir5 1 I I I 1 III . i 1
I 1 . I ' 1
N B '581000
Nan '55 850
F R '67 1 iO
250 July, on off shore ground
, ... lOn New Zealand
60 Sailed from Paita June 16, 1853
, . . . On New Zealand
, . . . 'Sailed from Valparaiso July 8, to cruise
.... South Pacific
, . . . ;On New Zealand
, . . . 'A pril, 1858, off-shore pround
...I At Paita May 16,1858
, . . .At Paita June 13, 1858
.... Sailed fnm Tahiti July 17, for home
Nan '65 1000
N B'57 310
IN P '55 3.J0
N B '511000
N B'66 380
Nan '55 500
N R '56 850
W P '56 380
.lied from Tahiti June
F U '57 120
... Off Bonin Islands, July
... March, 1858, at Uatavia
... J uly, 1858, off Pait
War '56 875
Dart '54 1200,
At Paita April, 1858
;Last report on New Zealand
Sailed from Paita June 28 .
Sailed March, 1868, fm Talca, to cruise
Sailed April, 1858, fm Taisn. to cruise
Off Paita April. 1858
E. L. B.Jenny
E. A. Luce,
At Paita April, 1858
At Talcahuano March
!At Talcahuano April,
'Sailed fm Talca. April
At Paita July, 185S
N B '65
.... Last report at New
.... 'j u!y 26, off and on
. ... 'Arr at Honolulu, Oct
60 1 A pril, 1858, on Paita
. . . . 'July 25, 6 whales; last
166jAt Paita July, 1858
, . . . 0n New Zealand
E. C. Cowdin,
.Bailed from TahiU July
Frank lj-n 2d
AtTahiU July 20
N B '55 900
June 10, at Paita
N b:'67, 401
March, at Paita
VE W GOODS ! IVEW GOODS !
Just Re ceived.
GLUE. BRISTOL BRICK, ASS'D "NAILS,
Hunt's handled axes, charcoal irons, wrought spikes,
Axe handles, row locks, whalers' spades.
Firmer chisels, gouges, files, planters' hoes, bog hoes,
Buck shot, chisel handles, knife cleaners,
. Safety fuse, bead and moulding planes.
Carpet hammers, blind hinges, wrought nails,
Seine twine, L'fford's study lamps, fish and chalk lines.
Gun nipples, superior needles, shot belts,
Plated castors, plated fork! and spoons.
Plated dessert knives, wire rat traps, horse rasps,
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tacks,
Spirit levels, tea trays, horse brushes, and cards,
' Ox bows and ox yokes, corn sheilers, grain cradles,
Boose paper, assorted, pod and center bits.
Enameled duck for carriage tops, new saddles,
Finished grindstones, grindstone fixtures,
Lead pipe, , , 11, 1 j, and 2 inches,
Douglas pomps, Nus. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, ft, guarded testems,
Brass scivw rings, nest trunks, nail rods,
, Glased sash, 8x10,10x12, 10x14, ; ; ,
Poors and blinds, 1, 1 inch and H tneh hose,
. Hair doth, carted hair, feather pillows.
Looking glasses, bush and grass scythes,
Heavy log chains, cast steel picks,
' Slidlot; door locks, mortice chisels, brass cocks, ass'd.
Iron braces, bags shot, sootia and bead planes,
Pick handles, Jaek and smoothing planes,
- Try and steel square, hand screws, assorted, .
Scythe stones and riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
Britannia tea and coffee pots, bake kettles, . - -Drawing
knives, GiUots pens, 303, 404, . -
Curtain rings, powder flasks, ivory handled knives,
Rgr beaters, Ely's percussion caps, silver thimbles,
Black bowed scissors, axe hatchets, boys' axes.
Porcelain picture knobs, raaor strops and raaora, -Zinc
washboards, wheelbarrows, bay cotters, -Tinned
spun, harness leather.
Harness, Japan, brs and silver mounted,
Buggy lamps, solar lamps, assorted, solar wicks,
Britannia lamps, shoveki and tongs,
Kxtra handles tut Eagle plow No. 2, . - .
Flat Swede's iron, assorted.
1 inch and 9-16, square, Swede's iron,
i, i, i inch round iron, nest backets and boxes,
Siug.e and doable bedsteads.
Dry Goods, &c.
Extra skirts, rattans. Scotch diapers and napkins.
Printed Jaconet muslins, fast colors,
Turkey red prints, small figure.
Fine prints, white ground, . . , .
Curtain cord, paper, eambilc, " ; '
Ladies' and gents L. C. handkerchiefs.
Child's and uuHaes' white hose,
4-4, B-4, o-4 and 11-4 sheet inp,
Brown drilling, brown cottons, ticking, etc.,
AM a great variety vf Goods, in store and to arrive, for sale hy
U-rf - . .- . K. O. HAIL.
. yr-.. , l
or South Facinc, not in tn.s list, oy
will always be acceptable.; Merchant or whalesh.ps arriving ou oanawi.u u, ; '
Arr at Honolulu Oct 15 ! s'kl Oct 18 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu Oct 15 sl'd Wov 29 to cruise
irrived at Honolulu Oct 3 5 .'Id Oct 19 to cru.se
Arr at Honolulu Oct 19 5 sl'd Dec 0, to cruise
AtahaK pt 7? Sept 14 for New Zealand
Arr if lXiiS,' Nov 6 , s?ll Nov IS for N Z home
Arr at Honolulu Oct 18 s'ld same day for N Z
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 15
. r" ...... . .bi 1 . 5 to cruise ou N. Z.
Arr at Honolulu, u ai '
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31
Arr at Laliaiua, Nov 9 . Honolulu Nov 20
a rr .t Hii ict 25 : sl'u Nov 20 for California coast
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale -
n.b, a . I . Tf ......
OOUU AIT av MOIIOIUIU, vrv. ... , , . .
800 13000 Arr at Lahaina, Nov 12; sl'd Nov 24 tocruise t home
400; 2000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 10 ; sj a im xiuo. o .0.
230 3500 Arr at Lahaina Nov 23
400 2000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 17 ... ..
Arctic Aug 20. 260 wh cruising tn jnargania
30 800 10000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 i sailed Dec
1700 20000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 "
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4; iW cept V tor nev Maiana
Arr at Honolulu Oct 16 1 sl'd Nov 3 for home
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 13
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 I S'ld Oct 23 to CTuJse
Arrived Honolulu Ana 22 J sailed Sept 2 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 22, 4 whales j at Tahiti Nov 10, repairinp
80 1200 14000
...I 650 : 7000
...I 200 2000
Arr at Honolulu Vov tut -
Arr at Iloiioliiln. Nov 18
Arr at Lahaina Sent 8: sld fni Honolulu for NZ Sept 14;
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 21 $ sl'd uec a tor norae
Arr at Lahaina Spt 6, clean; sl'd bepi is ior a
Och"tsk, Sept, 500
Arr at Honolulu Nov 23
Arr at Lahaina Oct 18 ; sl'd from Honolulu Nor 1
Arr at Honolulu Dee 4
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 12 ; sl'd Dec 6 to cruise
STvnVcn-Anmist 1. entering Bhering's Sta. 450 bbls
40, 200 2500
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 9 sl'd Nov 30 to cruise A home
Arr at Honolulu Nov 28
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 ; sl'd Nov 20 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina Nov 22 1 Arr at Honolulu Dec 4
HOI 800 11000
...! 200! 1200
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 8 ; sl'd Nov 26 for home
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4 ; s'ld Oct 14 for Cal'nia Coast
Loet in the Ochotsk in August
Arr at Hilo JVov W
Arr at Honolulu Aov 27
Arr nr nil., lift 81 ; al'd Nov 25 from Honolulu
Arr at Honolulu Sept 6; sld Sept 25 for N B
Arr at Jjilialna, Oct ao
Arr at Laliaina, Oct 18 ; sl'd Nov 4 for Califa Coatt
lrt.lHAnninlii VnV 10.
Tender to bark Italy
sailed Nov 8, to cruise
206 2666 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23;
fiSOi 7.VIO Arr at Honolulu. Nov 18
1500 15000 1 Arr at Honolulu Sept 16; safled Sept 25 for home
800 10000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
SOO! 8600 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 31 : 'd Nov 14 to cruise
1Oim!l4AO0 Arr at Ijihsina jVnV 22
800 14000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 2 ; sHd fin Hon lU uci i, ior .
300 6000 Arr at Honolulu JVov 27 -800
7000 Arr at Lahaina, Nov 19
clean Arr at Honolulu Oct 5; Bid for N 7. Oct 8
S50 10000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 26 ; Honolulu, Nov 14 sl'd ftov 20
Honolulu, Sept 11; sld Sept 16 from Waimea for N Z
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 9 ; sl'd Nov 17 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu Nov 22
Arr at Honolulu Sept 22; sld Sept 23d forN Zealand
Arr at Hilo, Sept 1; sld Sept 17 for New Zealand
Arr at Laliaina, Nov 10 ; Honolulu JVov 25
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 22
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1, gone into the merchant servkx-
Arr at Honolulu Sept 2; sld Sept 20 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 9
Arr Lahaina Julr 31 s sld Aug 21 for K. Z. and home,
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd ov 2 tor sew oeaiana
Arr at Lahaina Oct 13 ; sl'd Oct 31 Tor Mew Zealand
Honolulu. Oct 3: sailed Oct 10 for New Zealand
... 750! 7000
... 350j 2500
.. iooo ioooo
Arr at Honolulu July 27; sld Aug 1 for New Zealand
Arctic, July 18, clean
Lahaina, Sept 25; sld Oct 6 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 ; sl'd JVov 29, to cruise
Arctic, July 18, clean -
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 11 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 11 ; sl'd JVov 30, to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 15 ; sl'd Nov 17 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31
Arr at Honolulu Sept 3; ski Sept 6 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30 ; sl'd Dee 6 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 11 to cruise
Arr at I-ahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 4, for coast of Peru
Arr at Lahaina. Oct 23 : sl'd Nov 8 to cruise
I 400: 6000
j 450! 6000
I 850 12000
. 150 1500
. 1050 l'lOOO
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 19 ; sl'd JVov 26, for Col. coast
Ochotsk, Sept 18, 500 last reported, bound to Sydney
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ; sl'd fin Honolulu Nor 9
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 13
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 8
I 550' GO00
! 800 10000
Laliaina. Sept 18; sld from Honolulu Sept 30 for home
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 6 ; sl'd JVov 20, for home
Arr at Honolulu Dec 2
Arr at Keala. Oct 9; sl'd fra nnn. Nov 8 fr S. J. de Fucn
.1 750 13500
. 1000 10000
.1 700 10000
. 1150 18000
.: 700! 7000
. 700 10000
J, 600! 9000
. 700 10000
Arr at Honolulu Oct 12 ; s'ld Oct 26 for N Z & 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 Sept 15; sld October 5 for N Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24 ; sl'd Nov 20 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 25, 5 whales
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 15 ; sl'd Nov 30 for home
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 13 ; sl'd Aov 22 tor Hilo
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 ; sl'd Nov 8 for home
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 ; condemned
to forward full reports of their vessels to the Publisher of this List. Letters addressed to him and left at Monganui, N. Z.; Tab
Snc Tlnrirla TfnnrrL-nncr ? HalrnHarli. Janan. arifl other norts. will be forwarded bv first COnvevance. I
www vaa.w j v v 9 w
Vessels I i- j
Names. , lP g
Gazelle, Baker, N B '57 j 60
Oen. Scott. iDagxett, F II '55 870;
GrerhoumLbk Cathcart, W P
Oolconda, Howland , N B
'66 , 750!
15, 1 small whale
Islander, 'Starbuck, Nan '66
, . . J
. . . .
, . . .
James Loper, 'RamsdelL Nan '55 450:
J. A. Parker, Swain, N B '57 60!
Jas. Arnold, SulUvan, N B '57! 100
Jos. Uragdon, Bates, N B,' 67: 135
N B '56 100
;N B57 600
N B,'56 800
10, to cruise
Nan ,"56 400
Dart '56 400
N B'67 400'
W P '55 1250'
N B '56 850'
N B'66 400'
26; sl'd Nov 18, cruise
N B67 250,
N B '65 800
N B'65 800
Nan '65 850
Nan '55 4001
N B'56' 7001
Nan '55, 600
AT THE ,
COR. MERCHANT AND FORT STREETS,
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
' " ' '.' and' '
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
r ICSES GOODS HAVE ALL BEEX SEL
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a 'perfect
knowledge of the wants) of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than have ruled In this market
in past years. Citisens and Btrangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. 8. A M. 8. GRLNBACM.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1868. 115-tf . .
v : r" Uy
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
inil COILS NEW BEDFORD WHALE
Ja. r . lane
40 coils New York whale line '
Whalemen's Oars, in sets; " "
Whalemen's alon ckithlnt. vf
- ' Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
4 . Gray - do do; - . ,
Striped flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
Hickory . hirts;
. . Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stockings, socks and mittens;
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
'': Prime pork; -
Manila cordage; -'
Carolina rice: ,; -
Beat EorUsh boiled linseed oil; ..
' " Best , do t white ea-l; . , . "
Best do black paint; ' "." '
cpTrm a urj-r-iunir:. . -
WM-wt " A .1 T tD-Jiiril TnnB
TOrrt- will be added to it.' - Reports from vessels in any
s. - . rntoA to dUlav th S, v
1857 Hono Och'k
185(1 N B Och'k
l5a' " Ooli'k
L C Richmond
Perkins 11857 N L - Kod'k
Wilhird 1856 N B 1
Jernegan 2d 1857 N B ,Och'k
" 35 228
Ilathawav 1(K7 w a
ilH.VI Nankt ....
1856 N U Och'k
Lemercief 1867 Chal
Manchester. 1867 N B
Mary to Susan
1855' N B Arctic
185 Edgar Arctic
1857 N B , 'Arctic
.!l857,N B Arctic
J1857 N B Och'k
jl857! B 'Och'k
,1857 N B jOch'k
'1866 N B Och'k
1857 N" B .Och'k
.1857 N B Arctic
.1858 Hono Arctic
11857. N B
.'l855 N B Arctic
:i856.N B ......
1856! " Och'k
.1857 N B iKod'k
'1857 N B . iArctic
2fin . .
1854 S II (Och'k
'1857 N L
Ormsby 1857:8 H
Nil (Fr )
N S Perkins
total U ma .
.1855 N B Och'k
1 8M.Stnrtn' .....
1857 Grnp't BrBay
1857 N It
Grandsaine 1856 Havre Arctic
1857 N B
ilfiVT N R
Rajah, bk ''
1867 Hon Arctic
1856 N B
.'1857 Edgar Arctic
18J7N B lOch'k
,1865: " I
1857 Edgar Arctic
.1857 P H (Arctic
11867 V U lOch'k
'ibst V B Arctic
1857 Hono lArctlc
.1855 N B Kod'k
1855 O P Och'k
. 18R7 N B Arctic
J C Pease
L. B. King
jl868 N B
. 1856 N B
.1857 F H
il856 N B
1857 N B
1855 N B
.1857 N B
,1867 N B
1 torn an 2d
Sarah Sheaf, bk
. moots a
1857 N B
.1867 N B
1854 C S
1856 F H
il856 S B
11856 F II
.1855 N B
. 18571 F n
1866 C 8
,1857 Russn ;Och'k
1857' N L
,1855 N B
1856 3 H
1856 N L
1857 N B
1857 8 H
Ville de Kennes
Wm. & Henry
W C Nye
1867 N B
1856 N B
'1855: N B
Vonng Phnpnix I Shock ley
1857! N B
i y m?
.... Last report at New Zealand
.... 'April, 1853, off Tombes
Mav, 1858, off Paita
150 At Paiti Sspt 9 .
, . . . May 21, sailed from Paita
, . . .! Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Not 1
, . . J March 20, at Talcahuano ,
, . . .lay, 1858, at Tomhez
, . . . Off Paita June, 1858 '
Ijiat report on New Zealand
20 March 27, sailed from Talcahuano
350 June 12, 1853, at Paita . '
Ph.de la Noye
St a Bre eze, -Sea
Sea Shell, bk,
At Gallipagos Islands . .
May 6, 1858, at Talcahuano
May 2, 1863, at Paita
Last at New Zealand
jMarch, 1858, off Paita
May 29, at Paita .
Sept 6, off and on at Paita
March, at Paita, clean
June, 1858, at Tombes
April 12, at Bay of Islands
220 Off Paita J una, 1363 .
.... At Paita Sept 7
. . . .jMarch, 1858, sailed from Talcahuano
. . . .'April, sailed from Talcahuano
. . . . Arr at Honolulu Oct 3 ; sl'd Nov 10
.... I May, 1853, at Paita
... .On New Zealand ground
Cn. States, bk
Valparaiso, bk Tilton,
Wm. h Eliza,
100 May, 1858, off Paita t
,.... May 21 at Paita
.... Last on New Zealand '
. . . . I Aprii, 1358, at Talcahuano
, . . .J Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov 1
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
market rates a Urge assortment of Goods, recently receir
ed from Saa Francises and Lireri! Among them
White cottons, shirtings.
White cotton drill, madapohuns, '
. Fancy drill, printed cords, two-bine prints,''
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, lartirurs.
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel.
White blankets. Urge asam't of linen drills, French merino.
Duck and trowserings, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poocho. cloth.
Kmbr'd cloth ponchos, monkey jacket, Russell ord coat
Tweed aixl other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted.
Men' shoes, ladies shoes, crape shawls,
Linen eamb. bdkfa, silk neckties.
Felt hats (assrtd), cord, -Duck
Imdien' ridings hats, bloe flannel Jackets, linen drill pants, &e
: GROCERIES. -
Inglish pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper.
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, clovr 3, oatmeal, table salt, sardines!
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
- "' - Ac., Ac, Ae. .
SAILS! SAILS!.. -
FSaLEo.BX T,,E UNDERSIGNED,
tons VsT- 8A1L8 uitble for a vessel of 250 toOOO
. 1 new Topsail; " '
v I ew Foresail) , r ; . - t , v- - - , - .
. 1 new t. M. Studding Sail; ; v " ' T'
1 main Royal; 1
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, . " "
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, v. ' '
. . 1 Top GauanUsii, J
J , "-, IL80
-K" P .witu cliah. pendta.
CHAIRS I CHAIRS U
JUST RECEIVED per Voung Greek," from Boston,
an assortment of ChMrcoDsisting of-- mma(mwo
SJ 8,t ?moe ladies IMning, Wood Seat office,
Bahimore Cane, Jfuyeue de, ' -
J!aU Top Oreeian Gold STWpe, do do do Curl Maple.
T Cane Back UockUi?, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye, .
" hfS? Unn Wooa Chiidren'B Bockrog.;
Cluldren', Arm Uninst, do do Hola,Ac A, Ao.. I
ito-fr--" ''' ' v " For sale by f
mrt .,r .i I
vi ir,. ,1
Honolulu, Oct 31
Honolulu, Oct 26
Honolulu, Oct 31 ; sl'a Tjc,
. Lahaina, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 1 , !
; Hilo, Oct 31
Labaiua. Oct 31 ; sl'd Aw 21 tl,
Hilo, Oct 30 ; sl'd from Hoot.
Arr at Laliaiua Nov 30
Arr at Lahaina. Nov 17 ; sl'd frun n.
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ; sl'd Nor 4 f n
Arr at Hilo Sept 5; sld Sept 15 far C
Arr at Honolulu JVov 29 "si
Lahaina, Oct 2 ; s'ld fm Hon. Oct l . .
IIJ1 XJ.. 1 A
Arr at Honolulu Oct 15; sl'd Nor 20 u I
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 5 1 sl'd ht n!
4 Ja.wl saw llnnA n .. Itn Id. I -
. - a tiA..i..iM nj. no "".
JtZX V UUUUtAili ' O' 4T
Arr at Honolulu, Nor 21
San Francisco Oct 25. 600 irh, Oooo
tntS I m f .t,.na Vnw r mlA T a
wow i en a iiwius v w , vi vi aqc a Ln w
a'WIAaE mm - uwi a b
4000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 1; sld Oct 23 u ow
1000 Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12 ; sl'd Nut iZ
Arr at Hilo Aov -
Arr at feanatna, ua -i ; si a nor it ttcnJ
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 29
Art at Lahaina, Oct 30 ; sl'd Nov HfcrjJ
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov 15. to -1
att as nonoiuiu, rov xo
Ochotsk, Sept 15, 600
3000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
12000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 ; td'd Aov 30 lotJ
12000 ! Arr at Honolulu, Oct 27
Lest in the Arctic, May,. 1858
9000 Arr at Hilo Oct 30; Laliaina Nor 4;tl'J5
1600, 1 At at Honolulu, Aov II
clean j Arr Lahaina, Oct 2; sld from Honolulu (V.
Bristol Bay, Aug 13, clean
2500 Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 sld Oct 21 1
11000 Arr at Honolulu Aov 29 -
San Francisco, Oct 14, 100 wli, 3000 bn,
18000 ait at iiiio, uct 24 s ixonoiniu, uct si
4000 Arr at Hon. Oct 24 ; sl'd Nov 24 for coax
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600
1000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 12; sld fro Kanal N
6000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 26 ; sl'd Nov 15
6000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 11
18600 Arr at Lahaina, Nov 3 ; sl'd Aov 27 totr.
2000 Arr at Hilo Sept 4; sld bept 15 for New
7000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 30
9000 Arr at Honolulu Nov 20
8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 j al'd Nov 20
8000 Arr at Laliaina, Oct 22
2000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 4
650 Arrived Honolulu July 30 ; sld Aur ltL-
12000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ; sl'd Nov 10. tccrj
15O0O Arr at Honolulu,. Mov v ; Bra .nrov -rtUieJ
Ochotsk. Sent 1. 250 l
4000 Arr at Honoiulu Sept 18; sld Oct 6 tut X if
Lost on Shantar IsUnd Oct 17
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600 ; gone to Japan to ,'
14000 Arrat Honolulu Bejn i; sw oept l,S;
2700 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 10 to
6000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 19 for CV
12000 Arr at Hilo. Oct 23 ( sl'd Deo 4 to cru,
6000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 16; sld Oct 11 turn,
11000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov 1 ; sl'd Nov 22 uaJ
clean" Arrived at Hilo Sept 20 : s'kl Sept 30 furl.t
16000 Arr at Honolulu Aov 28 I
Arr at Hilo, Oct 25 ; sl'd from Hooolalul J
Arctic, July 31, clean I
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3; aid Sept 10 for Sal
1 TTnnntnln. Oct 28 I al'd Nov IT t lJ
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3 ; sld Oct 20 In
Arr at Honolulu Oct 11 ; s'ld Oct 26 far 1
Arr at llilo, urt ; sra nov a w crni i
krr mt Tlonoltllll. Get 26 1 Sl'd NaT ISUif.''
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 21 ; al'd Aov WUlt
. . 01
arr ai nuooiuiu, v & f
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 ; sra lee 0 to ami
Aw . . frl, M.rtlllhl nr.V 7Z I
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 10 ; sl'd Nov S ft! j
Arrived at uonoiuiu ici a
A n- a llwmlnlti. Nov 15
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 30; sld trom Hoouluk i
Arr at Honolulu nor v
tn4ird at lAbalna Sent 22 s sld Oct 16
Ochotsk, Sept L, 600 wh ; gone to Japuti
Arr at Lanalna, uci sra nuTianiii
in .t TInnnluln. Oct 23 : sl'd Dec 7 tocn(
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 10 tn en.!
Arr at Honolulu, uct ; si u jov 10 loot.
Arr at Honolulu, uct iro
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30 ; sl'd Nov IStocrai
Arr at Lahaina, Nov S v
Arr at Honolulu Aov 26
Snnlrn Antmut S. 1 whale
Arrived Honolulu Aug 17 1 sld Sept S, den f
Arr at Honolulu, Not 10
Arr at Lataina. Oct 30 ; sl'd Nov 22 to era
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30 ; sl'd Nov 1J totro
Arr at Honolnlu, Oct 16 ) al'd Nr 4HjrU
Arr at Honolulu Nov 29
Arr at nonoiuiu, Nor 22 ; sl'd Dee to ao
Arr at lino, uct 27 ; nonoiuiu, au a
Iml Hilo Vnw o& Ij.h TtM 1 1 sl'dlVt'
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 85 totrd
Arr at Honolulu, uct 2ft
Arrived at Lahaina Oct ; sld Oct 16 for J i
aid Aur 17 for M
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 17 ; sl'd Nov 9 to ocj
In it Honolulu llrt 1.1 SIM IOV IIWH
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3; sailed uct ui
i ij.K.in. Nov 11 : sl'd ATov 26 for .'
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 f sl'd Nov 10 to ooj
Last report at New nqllandApriniy
taifford, N B'66 IOOO;
... Last report on New ZeaUaa
....May 8, sailed fm Talcabasuo B :
. . . On New Zealand, clean
27 At Paita Sept 0
feeder, Nan '55 lboo:
tincent, jN B
Stanton, N U,
Nan !,55 600! .. . .'Aprd, 1858, sailed from Taksb
31 B, 57 150 .... April, 1858, off Paita
F II '65 729 300 At Paita Sept 11 I
N B '66 900 Off-shore ground, 185S
N B '55 600
630 June, 1868, at Tomhez
....On Japan. July 20, 1 whale
, . . . Last on New Zealand
N B '66
N B '66
April, 1868, sailed from Tiieb"
vu new sjrauuiu
Off Feejees, June 22,
800 Off Paita, May 21
Lat at Tahiti
On New Zealand
LJ...J ' l
N B 56
. June 10. off Paita
N B '67
. . Off-shore ground
58 600 ....'Art at Laliaiua, Oct J5;raSf
'86 400'.... ' April, 1S53, sailed from Tnkai
'66 460' April, 1S68, sailed from Talcs
66 ... . 160 March. 1863. sailed from TaW"
Sfi aw 100 May, 1858, off Paita
oo . . . .1. . . . July , mailed from Tsniu
p7j 130 ....'January, 1868, South Pci
'55 650 ...j June, 1858. off PsiU
iTerriU, jN B
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVIXC BP
uniiitMs 111 its tkdt nt tks m-wi Bituf nrnprtt
C. LUNAULO. oa of Churie Kitni.inA.or BH
fire notice to H pmont indebted (ohimtofl
VaM.. . 1 K t 1 : m mtrirrl-l
ijiuut j ssvtiiA au pcryniB iisvui ciuiui " tV
nereby requested to present the Mine ta "
1 IT IK
m vara rv VlS'lIiF
FT1IIE UNDERSIGNED. GrAB"1',
.. . . irlll'tM C"
son of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby trb H
ing we Mid w. u LunalUo, as from urn r V'
debts contracted by him.
racted bv him. "i.VJ
Feb. 22. ISM.
... NOTICE. ne,
Abb rKKSUnS H1H-'U SIZaM
"r vm uaM inoeotea are requew T in
their accounts will h in with an attorney forcw' I
ICT The subscriber herebr wives not ICS thst
debts contracted without his written order. JACdj
Honolulu, April 20, 1848, 9&-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WIWl.L
Ja. cive Deposits In the Custom House T--I
rerulations, after this day. All articles - r
ean remaia until It Is eouvenient to remove trW
Bonoinln. Jalv t. UlAB. ftOSfl Ci-'
SaTinnR BRfiS TO l'
s7 mends, as a mutna protection, n
Rooas to Chinese or native servants, fH
the mooey, a wrltteo order, or a passsg wm-.
IS HEREBY GIVEN, that I b"
K A. UETOON as my Agent, with P"
dunng my abaenee from the Islands.
Honolulu, March IS, 18As. 90-tf
J arena, u a aia .nof I
M. appointed Administrator, with the wM "4
t.vcj.iicu neynotus, isxn o. n-- -4 "1
gives notice to all persons having demands sp-
to numiii iv . -11 n. Indent""
hereby requested to make immediate payof1!! it
Honolulu, January 23, 1858. IWf '