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L readinz on Thursday.
L ,hen went into committee of the whole
fintbl bnsioess, which wm the consiJerw
tk Ti'il Code. '
a . 1 11 - Of the Vending of Beef.k Quite
. as the existing law. Passed.'
"Mo 116- Of Theatres, Circuses, or other
llr J;.;ons. Passed. with the amendment
roTiawn of thi aecticnhall not apply to
f hoi9- (Tne lw fa the 8ame M before )
a it.m.1 & resolution to the same ef-
r-erts'D " . .v- '
i . f snotner - -
. pn minare ruic v
the meantime harine been
1 1 , IB "
r . . jeral long and uninteresting apeeoihea
Loinw. agreed to the resolution by a large
P" ..--. of the Divine of Boats for hire."
r ' t i tw. with the exception that it ap-
f . M well as Honolul't and Lahaina.
sjben the Commutes iwc, "
WcwresDAT, Dec 16.
signatures, complaining of the
!f the eity ; they arrest people and eause
L rffigT9 tendering F' e"" " .
f rr. rra to execute the entire pot
Wntinff- lie c
Pmmie, consisting of Mewirs. Hitchcock ,
1 ghma.FJchardonan.l Kenm.
rnm the Committee on Awt
FlXPS the pnee CI ucr-uoc iur me sate o
, per annum, " - -
net to sen w "J fv'- !
t-nvteeintr.-duced bis act to amend the 27th
of the Tenal toae,
. j,;nr conducting animals or Te-
making the proTisions eieuv i wwus or
Lsrs of people. j .
0DEX 0? THE iAT.
bill to amend ChP. 13 of the Penal Code
t ..?inr and WII considered
)p on its secon
nitfee of the noic,
1 f. a final readine to-morrow.
loae went mro vo.uunni. vu
. . . iJivnwi was re-considered.
j alferatwn wad ie riiting oui 01 me
rftT:nz to Lahaina and Ililo.
uf ject was then considered, and the re
tfee Ccmmiftee a.iopteL
ji to 1S3. "Of the letting of Jlorses."
m tie old
V 134 1"- " Of StlTions." Same as the old
kfrrrfl to a jeTct committee.
15? 1 II- "Of the manufacture of Wine."
r granted therefor for the sum of 650,
, tra of tea years, with a bond in the sum of
-.Hrione.1 a in the old laws, excepting that
Lrkti.)n r selling to any penoa is removed
fimberltin mored to insert in the bond, "if
jj Blit BMnafacture wine from any liquid or
othr than grapes of Hawaiian growth."
HdIIi?er aad seTeral other members thought
IJ present the use of water and sugar in the
rtnre two well known ingredients m the
vcrore of JiSerent sorU of wine. The amend-
ClaiberUiu bjecte.1 to the section giving the
to 2 to any persons. He moved to amend
etin$ the words, " Not a native of this king-
A.Vr a short discussion, an amendment was
a the section, providing that the protisions of
. . - .1 1 r : ". .1 :
ti)n in iTjara 10 iw wx v cpn uuuua iU.
V n L-iakj, shall not apply to the sale of wine.
lvtic A5D Yxnna Rulro vd. We notice with
urprise that the lung-contemplated enterprise
MctiD tbe Atlantic ana facinc, Dy a rauroaa
the Lthmos cf Tehuantepee, has been absolute-
LmenceL That is to say, as is stated by a New
j carer, workmen have actually entered upon
iifrrwf :n cS the wazon road, reauired by the
. . . . . 1
f the 31cijcan grant an a preliminary 10 me
J. W say we learn this with surprise, for
its, aad rivalries and disappointments,' and
rations cf various sorts, which have marked
,jlt history of the project, had prepared us for
a event. We sincerely hope it is true; and
e work. o much desired, and so important to
xmercial world, and to us especially, in con
1 with cur Pacific possessions, has been begun
neh circumstances that we may reasonably
rfiaal success. Courier, Sept. 30.
pjiB3 or the Citt II all, New Yokk. The re-
fihe Cty Hill, New York, will cost
iluca will be an extra story, with a dome and
t.'Wer. racninz up to a height considerably
V thin the old one, and improving, it is thought,
trl architectural effect of the building.
A HIRE OPPORTUNITY
R A PEIIM.VNENT IXVEaTIEXT IX
prative Ship Chandlery Business
ASD NATIVE TRADE,
H.t mio, XX A W All m
5nfjr file h'i entire la.in4 Interest at thi place
a! pnrino of K K A L 1WTATE necessary for carry-tio-m
w prETiouly crvlate-l, (all the hoiHinipj
Trt rruratkl eoiviti'.) nrl the ENTIRE STOCK of
I ANf'1-e. iai maj beootutoa; all cf which conaiits of
-vA B14e ponds.
hrrl P'onrwioo pven at ooce.
psmienlan. ple apply to Mwwrs. HACKFELD
u-4oja, or by letter to the tubscriber. . .
Vr30.1.W. I3-3m Ililo, UawaiL
Empire of France !
rTFIEMMKOPTHE EMPEROR. AXD
WrftiUT With hll wUfn tnnatnittMl tn tilt br Ilis Ez-
tr 'fa'injiUter of the Nary, we, tbe ondersijriied, Victor
, ' K'TT'ram, Lntrtiat.t, CotnniivttnDer of the GoTern
' e Eaiperir of the French, do hereby proclaim aivl d-r
I t (r in thi.;y the full Aorereinty of ClirFrtoo Island,
t m-ri.lian of Pari, ly-kiaic to Hi Majesty the
ii Inm III., his heirs and soccesaurs in perpetuity.
hT " bo,,r,i " merchant ship - Amiray
Lwmk, C.mmi.i. mer of the Government,
f iror.t.) .V. LE f.oAT VK KEUVET.CEX.
r-jTHK r.NDKRMCVPi, mviVR A
CtWmjh knowWof the abort business, beg to
try hi frieciLtaiwI l ..u.- - iinnnin.
ta. that he rr: 1 : :r
ClJT'EIT ,,;'rD,,"h work.aohke manner. Spring"
" iiir, rum ana Irrma Matreasea. uu bo-
ir,!r"T"rr'TrTvl rt're4 wiihoeatnesaanddia
"rpeuof aj kind hud In the moot thorough workman-
n it inKiiuM.
Xet door to Qgo. Clark, Kmf., Hotel street.
t,l'E To CREDITORS OF ATINC.
VaDif OF TWEXTT-FIVE PER
erohtors of AUns; on Satwnlay
I ya", . M-, at the store of tbe IlivHoo's iJay Co.
W. L. GREEN.
TO THE CREDITORS
f'S?!' "AVI.NO ASSIGNED THEIR
" oTrtJv lerlgnd lor tba benefit of their ered-
t liZ- " atas on thrsa will please send them
kl t ,71 panics owtas; 10 Uie satd arm are re
- him 10 im ondersia'neo: wiuun mnj
W. L. GB.EE.V, ,
Jaa.lW n CTAX All EE.
ifcX; WASTED FOR PAIVTIXG
rvd m 'auano Yalli-y. r" art km Lars way
I Pl"J"1 to UM andersigret bWors 1 Jo'rlork noon
rPS IV r,TV -- - r- :
uni STHBET CJIUKtU
FlLZ.5l'?A"c'AIE OF SLIPS IX THE
F-y i T1" rob "1 T prleeaa.
Di4ww 01 is. si. wntney. jvsq.
... a. BAKTLaTT, -
Icr. v WNE R WANTED. . ,
r " fanvrr bLrt' ckare, nixlirecteJ, oontainimr
r ' ria, uTT. ..ermff PPareL which the owner can hae
ter Udice fur the aw, mod paying fcr this
;Rv " NOTICE. - .
leVl nATINC SPECIE SAFES OR
-1 nZZl .T1' to a Costosa House Vault, ar re-
done craeefiillv and tA Vi r.
by competeut authyTo wTa
SSST, ' e 110610,1 Po' foU 5
Whom to visit when a t. 1 .
, luiisr q Visit
these would form theaUplo ..f a.ueful essay if
anyUxiy wouhl take th trn..M :. .rvJ ' f
write it cJe.erTy. Some people 'visit 'nearly alMhe
time, and so waste the r r.wn .t -L.- - . , .
substance: uome rarclv ;.; . n 1 ... j '
selves and their neiliKiHi r . .
-urea of exisTence.- g.' peop.e m S E
VlSltaao shnrt tl.. 1 K. . r
v " not wortu tbe trouble
?.?wffi :!Lh.?raV " beoomea
71"" a ,ever or a ran'ne. As use is
alwaya eaeent.al to excellence in any one only those
who have as certain nmnnn r , J. .
.t . " v uwum jluuw new tn
vwit , whilst those who visit too much, sin in an-
, uu wo,me Tisitors from impudence
and carelessness. But we are writing the essay which
we began by simply suggesting, and will only add
in conclusion, that all rules must vary more or less
With th haroti.. r ::. . . . . "5 i,;8s
Baj, iioiior. as me oia epigram
What smiles and welcotaes would I (five
- . Some friends to see each day 1 live;
Aau y what treasores would I pay
If sneao would always stay away S
E CIaAIPSUS V.Xotice is hereby elven that the
R """"B urder will be held on next Monday
Evening, at 8 o'clock, at the Hall. rvrTw mk-.-.i,:. t, Q.
en Queen street. Resident and transient Brother, are respectfully
.Uwu Kueno. rer order N.O.n. . 12-lt
Tfc Grstefenbers; Dysnirry Syrap, This
eztraoruinary article is a speclr and infallible remnl. n
. Diarrhoea, Dy sentery, Cholera Morbus. Cbnlm Tnfan.
nd AsiaUc Cholera, if taken with the first symptoms of
the disease. It is purely vegetable in Its comnound.
Graefr nbcrir Children'. p..n,in,sn.n.
Complaint, and most diseases to which children are mhWi Tt.
. u wona can never be set forth In words, bnt It can be felt and
j appreciated by parents whose children have been saved. No
mother should be without lu .
The Crsereabcre Medicines are for sale by
S. POBTEK FORD,
General Agents, BEDINGTON & CO,
123-6m4 Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
Asiy man whs profrMe to uarierstnnd all
trades and sciences, assumes to imixwe an absurdity upon
the public On the same principle, any medicine which pro
I fesses to cure an dlmtses, is unworthy the slightest confi
I dence, and should at once be denounced ax a quark nostrum
The Grefenberg family MeUcuies do not assume to cure all
diseases with one remedy. They have eleven different medicines
each adapted to its peculiar dUease ; and time has trove.l be
yond a question, the efficacy anil certainty of these preparations.
xneir list comprises the tallowing medicines :
GlLKTEXBERG VEGETABLE PlLLS ;
Marshall's Uterine Catiioucox;
1 1 R.ETEX BERG OARSAPARILLA
G R.TXEXBERU PlLE REMEDT :
Ct R.KFEN BERG l)Tf EJiTERT SVRIP ;
Greex Mocxtalv Oixtmext;
Graven behg Children's Panacea;
(jRXI EXBERG CoNSrHPTlVK BaLX ;
Gr-Etexberg Etk Ix)Tiox;
CR-FEXBERG FkVER AXD AgCS REMEDY ;
GR-CTExcrRG Health UiTTrn
Giloexberg 3Xancal of Health ;
of Health ; I
OBTER FORD, '
IXGTON k CO.
iguts, San Francisco. .
For sale by g. lOBTER
POLYNESIAN' E.N CAM IM EXT, N. 1,
I- O. O. V. l'nJer the jurisdiction of the R. W. G. Lodge of the
United Ptates. The retrular meeting's of this fncampment are
held on the lit and 3d FRIDAY EVENINGS of each month.
Resident and visiting members are respectfully invited to attend.
Per order. CP.
Iluootulo, Nov. 10, ISM. liHf
A. P Si. A, yi La Paoonca di L'Otkaxic Loock, No.
lit, under the juris-liction of the Supreme Council of the
Grand Central Lode of France, working in the .ancient Scotch
Rite, holds its regular meetings 'on tbe Wednesday nearest
the full moon, of each month, at the old Lods Room, in King
street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August IS. CO-tf J II. SEA, Secretary.
HONOLULU It. A. CHAPTER Under DL-wd-sation
from the General Grand Chapter of the United States of
America, will hold its Regular Meetings on the Third Thursday of
every month, at the Hall of the Lodge "La PaouBbi be L'Ocb
asia." 163-tfJ 1 Per Order- II. P.
WHEREAS, A LIBEL HAS IlEEX
iV Dial in Uie Court of Admiralty of this Kingdom, on
w the Third Day of December, 1S5S, by William G. E.
Pop, ChsrW W. Moriran, Jonathan V Land, George Bonney.
Thomas D. Elliot, Heory Taber, Tliomas K. Kudman, Samuel
W. Koilman, John U. Drinker, LihelUuits, all of the United
States of America, owners of tlie Bark COX DOR, hereinafter
mentioned, as well also for the officers and owners of the said
Bark CONDOR as for themselves, exhibit this their libel against
about one hundred and eighty barrels of whale oil and eleven
hundred pounds of whalebone, three casks of Hour, two casks of
bread, four barrels of pork, and other articles of small value,
being a part of the cargo and outfits of the fhip RAJAH,
which were stowed away in the barte of saving the cargo, and
which cannot now be specified, but which when known are to be
Inventoried and regarded as a portion of the property against
which this libel is exhibited, now in the Port of Honolulu, Ha
waiian Islands, and within tbe Admiralty and Maritime- juris
diction of this Honorable Court, the same having been saved
frmo the American Ship RAJAH, wrecked at Shantar Islands,
in the Ochotek Sea.
And praying process against the said property and reasona
ble and proper salvage, and that the said Court of Admiralty
will pronounce for the demand of the linellants, and will decree
to them such compensation, by reason of the premises, as shall
appear to be jut and reasonable, together with their costs and
expenses, including therein the costs of court and the legal ex
penses to tbe libetlants, and such further relief and redress as
to riirht and Justice may appertain.
Now, therefore, in pursuance of the monition, under the Seal
of the said Court, to me directed ami delivered, I do heby give
public notice to all perrons claiming the said proper . saved
from the wreck of the RAJAH, or in any. manner in. ested
therein, that tbey be and appear before the said Court of Admi
ralty, on Saturday, the 18th day of December, A. D. 1858, at 10
o'clock, A. M-, if the same sliall be a day of jurisdiction, or. on
the next day of jurisdiction thereafter ,-at tlie Court House in
Honolulu, then and there to answer the said libel, and show
eause. if any they have, why the prayer of the said libel should
not be granted. '
Dated Honolulu, 3d December, 158.
- WILLIAM C. PARKE.
Marshal of the Hawaiian Island.
A'HKa B- Bates, Proctor for Libellitnts. 138-2t
Haiku Ssisiir Corapnny.
NOTICE IS HEREBi Gl VEX TH AT, in ac
cordance with the provisions of the Churter of Incorpora
tion, granted by the Minister of the Interior to the Haiku Sugar
" . l .1 r KVnhir Inatunt. that the 3d
Companr on uku j . ' - . , - " .
clauseof said Charter re Is as follows : " A I the property ot 'the
uu . .,..: k. li-.V.I A iunt debts thereof.
Corporation snan. o - - - . , , .K, i
butnostockhoMersliall he indivi.iuaUy liable f.r the debts of
the Corporatioa, beyond the amount of what may be duenpoo
the .hare or shares heH or owned by hiro." An.1 that jil .a meet
ing of the Stockholders of said Corporation held this day, the
following officers were elected for the first year, viz. :
President, G. M. Robsbtsos.
Secretary, Joskph Jacksos.
Treasurer. H. J. II. HouSwoTH.
Treasurer, ix. JOSEpH JACKSOS Secretory.
Honolulu, Nov. 26, 18M.
OX-CART FOR SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS
for sale a first-rate ui no, '""""J
ami complete in every respect.
cash and moaersie. -vyj - CJr
Waialua, Oaho, Dec 1. 12-if - , 1
MONEY TO LET, .
t" tm INSCMSTOSUIT.OVAP-
OIU,WUU, proved rea, or per,".. ---RRlg
xVvrtrghtln U thorh -di. manner,
b3lia-3m Resfclenee, Knkai street, opposite Mr. Lewera.
' " j SHEATH I FELT.
1 - A BOLLS SCPERIOR SHEATIIIXOmT,
JOU anew article, for sate by CT AS, BREWER, gp.
TV SMALL BALES, best quality, to arrive soon per
1 dipper ship yreo," tor fata by BREWER, 2o.
" ... nv COLOGNE. n eham. bottles, do eiKht-o-E
niTuC's extct, riorid. Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc., etc
? H. HACKFELD.
: CALIFORNIA WUITE WINE.
Z0 per - Vaaitee," fcr aale by EICUAED3 k co.
- - n J not :inlPf! "
.UiV" - -
, w. r A fine assortment of VtmwtKm
JUST BECEl , "trued and gilt edges,
of various sie-plaa, aiarbted n-u"JJwi,rjSET. .
I27'2"1 - " 1,
.t- ufivDi CE." .
arsTRCE.a . - a IS-.S JN
hVif boxe Curranu in 'nMK's' '
VF par -eyve"
n ror saw t i
L-tI - . - -
"Syren," - . , - CI1 A3. BREWER. 2pt
ITABTER BOXES B""; " "ca
IIONOLULTT. OATTTT S T .
FnLEhF"S .8E. IN LOTS TO SUIT
wnne.1 articles: B,, u 91 we louowtng
xPiH? "nJ merino drawers. Red flannel drawers,
omen s white cotton hose. Silk Velvet,
tmbroidtred undersleeves, ' - Corah handkerchiefs.
Cheek linen .h.
Colored India satin,
- White L.B. shirts,
' , . ' ' ' White linen handkerchiefs
Goat buskins. Enameled leather brogaoa. .
poxes fire crackers, Spittoons, .
Blosquito netting, Boston Beauty stoves,
.' glasses, . . Britannia tureens,
,raJ! Hide lamps,
. Lampglobes, - . Lamp chimneys,
Lamp wicks, Nos. 1 and t.
1 Set Tlnmai's Tools.
Manila and Hemp Rope, assorted sices,
whale line, spunyam, Ravens duck, .
Cotton duck, Nos. 3 and 4.
. .GROCER'S SCALES,
. COUNTER SCALES.
. YELLOW METAL, 18 to 26 ca.
COMPOSITION NAILS. -
Tarred paper, Venetian blind, Hand carta, .
if1 P't', , ' Brass hose pipes, I. K. hose.
Brass bibb locks, Kedge anchors, Chain Cables.
Irroy Champagne, Ccrrant Wine,
Cases Bourbon Whisky, qtsand pts,
10-gall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
" ' A Larse aaawrtoieut of Crockery Ware :
-Bowls, vegetoble dishes, plates, ewers and basins, mugs, jugs.
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
Thumb latches, gimlets,
nooks and staples, firmer chisels.
Tower bolts, brass butts, H Ingham buckets,
' Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, corn brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc., etc
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofs.
uenuine JIAKIA r AKljNA COIAJliNE. .
Cut nails, Lanterns, . Paint oil,
Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, Rasps,
Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives.
- Black paint. Padlocks.
Ked and Blue Bunting,
Oil Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil,
i2a tf . Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
The Undersigned has on Hand,
XI OFFERS FOR SALE AT HIS STORE
ou HOTEL STREET, at very moderate prices i
Ladies' bonnets, (new.) elegantly trimmed,
Babies' white embroidered merino hoods,
Do do woolen hoods. - -Io
do and colored wool boots.
Do embroidered cambric robes aud waists,
its' gaiters, various styles and qualities,
M uses' do do do.
Chililren's gaiters and shoes, .
Lvidies' Lisle thread stocking-t, plain and open work,
Misses' white cotton stocking.
Ladle' do do do, various qualities,
Indies' corsets, white and colored, various styles,
" Crochet needles, crochet cotton, crochet collars,
Kmtiroidered cambric collars, latest fashion.
Rich thread lace, from i to 6 inches wide.
Velvet ribbons, various styles, ngnred and plain,
Rich bunuet ribbons, do sash do, do belting do,
, Fancy silk ribbon belts, do elastic do.
Brass hoops for skirts, barege dresses.
Brilliants, French prints, kid gauntlets.
Cords and tassels, heavy do for furniture trimming.
Ladies' black silk gloves, do Mohair mitst.
Damask table covers, white linen damask napkins,
White eotf n curtain friiiire, gent's cambric-hdkfii.
Coat's sewing cotton. Philips' wax thread, .
Linen and cotton tnjx-s, all sixes,
. Linen towels, diaper, ladies' and gents' grass cloth hdkfs,
Black and colored silk fringes, great variety.
Ladies' mohair cap, various styles and qualities,
Ladies' heavy grey talmas, black cloth do, ' ,
Black silk mantillas, white ruches,
tlents' white cotton socks, very superior,
tlisses' broad leaf Leghorn flats, Tuscan do,
A few VERY ELEGANT CRAPE SHAWLS.
Dress Trimmings cf rery description, including a great vari
ety of Fancy Buttons, and numerous other Fancy Goods, too
numerous to particularize. VJHtf! O.CLARK.
SUPERIOR WESTPHALIA HAMS.
5 12i-tf . For sate by S. SAVIDGE.
TORVECIA COD FISH,
For sale by
litf For sale by
BOSTON' C ACKERS.
JUMBLES, WATER CRACKERS, GIX
ger snaps, sugar crackers, soda biscuits.
Butter crackers, wine biscuits,
Ovstor crackers. For sale by
125-tf 8. SAVIDGE.
HUNTLET &z PALMER'S CELEBRATED
reading biscuits. For sale by
125-tt . . S. SAVIDGE.
DIXBBl'UC BISCUITS, ASSORTED,
Glasgow Biscuits, assorted. For sale by
12&-tf S. SAVIDGE.
RUSHED AND GRANULATED SUGAR
Fine loaf sugar. For sale by (125-tQ S.SAV11HJ1S.
French prunes in glass jars, ' Oolong teas,
French fruits in syrup, ass't, .Ground rice,
French olives, Caycnne pepper,
French mustard, . French green peas,
Cranberry sauce, Jlaspterry sauce,
KnglLth fruits, English green peas,
Crosse & UUjkweU's assorted Assorted pickles,
pickles, jFresh lobsters.
Fresh oysters, - - I A snorted meats,
Gresh green corn, Tapioca,
Pearl sago,'-- ?- - jlrepared barley,
Prepared groats, - ' , I Fresh raisins.
Fresh currants, " ' " Ussorted extracts,
Citron peel. Sardines,
Lea A: perrins Worcestershire Boston herrings,
sauce, jGreen peas.
Fresh quinces, ' 'Buckwheat grits.
Yarmouth bloaters, 'Cinnamon,
Salt water soap.
125-tf For sale by 8. SAVIDGE.
ft. B. Kona coffee fresh roasted and packed in tins for ships'
Cargo of Lumber for Sale !
JUST RECEIVED PER jEOLUS, A. Camman
.Master, direct from Jiendocino Mill, comprised of the fol
lowing assortment :
. 31,-tJ8 feet rough Redwood Boards,
328 . " " Scantling, 6x8,
- 4,7t)5 " 6x6, f
10,000 " 6-feet Pickets,
34,000 " 1-inch tougued aud gruoved Redwood Flooring,
23,553 M li " " " "
22,7115 u surfaced 1-inch Redwood Boards,
10.282 " li " " Plank,
3i5S " planed ,-inch " Siding,
19,548 " ' " "6 feet long,
l',6"4 tongued and grooved Pine Flooring, li inch,
60,000 Redwood Shingles.
120-f . . CHAS. BREWER 2d.
To Liquor Dealers, Hotel Keepers,
AND SHIP MASTERS.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS
I OFFER FOR SALE, AT THE CURRENT
. market rates :
Quarter casks Sherry,
Octanes Martell Brandy,
10-frallon kegs fine Jamaica Rum,
10-galkin kegs Old Bourbon Whisky,
6-gallon kegs Old do do.
Samples may be tasted at the Auction Room. '
126-tf A. P. EVERETT.
STOVES X stoves:
A ASSORTMENT OF COOKING STOVES
with Furniture complete, will be sold at low prices, by
V1CAS C. A. tt H. F. POOR.
MATTING AND FLOOR CLOTH X
11HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ON HAND
a lot of superior China W hite Matting, yard and a half
Wi&tfAb0' Clth" , C. A. & IL F. POOR.
SMALL LOT OF HEMP TWINE. FOR
sf-OOD BUTTER PACKED IN SUITABLE
containers for ships 25 cts. per lb. at
PEA JACKETS X
raoR SALE. ONEBALEOF PILOT CLOTH
Jeto, containing 75, by . A. fc H. F. POOR.
. ' FENCE POSTS X
AMANI FENCE POSTS FOR SALE BT.
126-tf VAA A?, na&nxm
. HOOP IRON, fcc ,
HOOP IRON. SMALL SIZES;
Rivets, small sites. -
119-tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
ASES KNICKERBOCKER BRAND)
Cases " pyramiu,' extra quainy, wi uc "j
C. A A II- f. POOR.
r oruiflR FIRE AND TIIIEP PROOF
Am hr Messrs. Denlo b Roberts. Bob ton. For sale
T 195-tfl -' .s i ; . A- v. ETERKTT.
SPRING DRAV. jt-
NE SUPERIOR N. Y. SPRING ' DRiI(
with Harness eompieie, air san vj
. CHAS. BREWER, 2d-
PITCH AND TAR. .
BARRELS of each, to arrive per clipper ship
Srren. ror "mj" "
CHA8. BREWER 2D.
FORCE PUMPS, assorted sizes, latest patterns, with
hose and futures complete, hourly expected per clipper
u a-. . For sale by . ,
119-tf ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
wIVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCT SULKIES,
F for sale by U9-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
-T CAKES X CAKES J . ,
Tt ICS JENN 1 L.1 . LI JJk rvjPa riT pmc oy
Pill IIHJi.'""" i mmiipna vro
The Undersigned Offers for Sale!
A. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF". GOODS,
received by late arrivals from England and San Fran
cisco, principally consisting of UK, a UUU1IS, besides which
he hat on hand and for sale: r ' ' -
Mates," ; x - .
Sugar coolers, . .-
- Fencing wire. ". . : '"
. Sugar mills, t . -
Assorted hoop ibo.
Patent woven hose, t .
Screw wool or pulu presses,
. Iron bedsteads, V
Children's iron cots,
. . - Anchors and ebaina
, v . Draught ale,
- Bottled ale
: J Sherry wine.
. B. & E. Perrier's champagne
- Yellow nappies, "
Best varnish. - . "
Roskell's watches, ' .
Sheep Shears, ' -r
. Iron safes.
Bridles and bits, ,
- Sheet lead, Copying presses, Liverpool salt,
PACKING SALT, STEAM COAL.
' ENGLISH STATIONER!',
Blacksmith's coal, ' Brussella carpets, i
Velvet carpets Tongues.
Hawaiian Beer, &c
. ROBERT C. J ANION. '
lirThe Clipper ship " PIZARRO, of 460 tons regi.
ter, was to sail from Liverpool in October, with a full and com
plete cargo of -
X3ry Goods tSo Stxndries !
Expressly selected for this market. Samples shortly expected,
when sa!es will be made by the undersigned "to arrive."
ALSO Shortly expected, via San Francisco, Clot ha and
Corah Handkerchief, and a general assortment of
San Francisco goods.
!28-tf R. C. J ANION.
Christmas and New Year's Presents
JUST OPENED, A CHOICE ASSORT",
ment of Parisian fancy articles for Ladies and Gentlemen,
great in variety, neat and elegant in style, useful and at moder
ate prices, consisting of '
Ladies' reticules, complete, in leather, velvet and silk,
Ladies' compagnons, ladies' work boxes, pockets, etc.,
Work baskets, pocket necesaaires, etc., etc.,
Gent's traveling necesaaires, containing kuives, forks, spoons,
salt, pepper box, tumbler, etc., etc.,
Gent's elegant dressing necessaires, fully complete, -Segar
holders, segar cutters in marble and wood,
Pocket necesseires, memorandum books, .
Portefoiius, letter clasps, match boxes.
Glove stretchers, silver spurs, fine cutlery, etc, etc.
A collection of statuettes, bas-reliefs in marble and porce
lain. A few elegant vases, of the same material as water coolers,
of different styles and ornaments.
For sale bv
l-8-3t VON HOLTfc HEUCK.
FOOD FOR THE MILLION I
PRESERVED VEGETABLES from the Frank
- ford Factory. .
300 Dinheis mt Ve-B-tabla and Frnila, in (rent
variety, for IO.
These preserves consisting in
Wh'te Cabbage, Uarricots,
Winter Cabbage, Carrots,
Cauliflowers, Potatoe Groats,
Souiw. c. c, ' Ac.
Furnish excellent food are very easily prepared for the table
and especially adapted for sea viiyages.
or saie ny
l 8-3t VO.V HOLT & HErCK. .
Ice ! Ice ! Ice ! .
PER MOUNTAIN WAVE "
A tt TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,
at vF " 1 patent Britannia Ice lltchers.
3 Silver Plated Ice Pitchers,
18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sires,
12 1'prigbt do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels.)
i dozen Patent Ice Cream Freezers, ass'd sizes,
18 Water Coolers.
24 Ice Cream Moulds.
Tlie above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice. have lust been received by the above shin, and are
fered for sale by the nONOLULC IfE CO.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE
rUULOA SALT WORKS!
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED IS REA DY TO FUR-
I nbth to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities.
a very superior article, eqtal to thk bust imported salt, and
at a price to DEFY COMPETITION ? For terms, apply to
115-6ni Puuloa Salt Works. -
By the Agent Hudson's Bay Company.
mlXMAX'S IRON WIRE, assorted sizes $
JL Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead ;
Black paint, green paint. tocKliolin Uir, pitch ;
Groceries, perfumery, stationery j
Sheathing copper, assorted sizes ; composition nails, do ;
Anchors and chains, at Ihelowrit market rnfea
. Iron, axsortetl sizes ; hair brushes, blue cloth caps
" Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratline ;
Assorted cordage, tarred ami Manila ; ,
Stilton cheese, hams, Byass' ale, sherry, port, brandy ;
... Geneva sauce, preserved meats and vegetable ; , .
Abernethy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY,
Including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
'. Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
Green, blue and white blankets ;
Long Cloth, various qualities 5 madapolams 1
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, muslins ,
Crinoline, real cloth i thread of all kinds, cotton drill ;
Linen drill, cambric handerchiefs, silk do, book muslin J
Viutoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacca ;
Black prinoetut, do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do .
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk ;
White silk, barege scarfs, broad cloth ; ,
Silk mantles, new styles 5 cords and tassels ;
Woolen plaid for children's dresses ; towels, lace falls ;
White vesting ; green, white, blue and amlier leuos ;
Blue flannel, printed aud plain barege
. - Gold lace, i to 1 J inch ; combs, ic, ic, &c
CANDLES, ia great rariety. 82 tf
Warren's Water and Fireproof lioofs.
AGENT FOR THE NEW ENGLAND ROOF
ING COMPANY Has received an invoice of
Hoofing Material per "Young Greek,"
!ET And U now prepared to supply those desiring to purchase.
BAY. FIELD HEREBY GIVES NOTICE
. that he intends to leave Honolulu at an early date, and
that'he has transferred his COMMISSION BUSINESS and
3VT rr . 33 . F. Sno xtst- .
All of the unsettled business will be attended to by Mr. Snow,
under full Power of Attorney.
Honoulu, Nov. 1, 1839.
THE UNDERSIGNED has this day re-established hlmsel
as a GENERAL COM M1SSIOM MCKUuAAi' at in is piace. .
Honolulu. Nov. 1. ltSa. 123-tf B. F. SNOW.
Soar and Molasses,
ROM THE BREWER PLANTATION
For sale by - CHAS. BREWER, 3d,
THE UNDERGSINED BEGS TO IN-
form his friends and the punuc that he has re-openea
Liverv Stable at the OLD STAND, corner of Manna
Kea and Marine streeU, near the steam Mill, where
will be found thb best or 8ADDLB BORSB8 to let at reasonable
prices. His old patrons and others are respectfully Invited to
calL 118-tf FRANK. P. MANINI.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITiau uk KES1U1.1U
on these Islands, should not fall to send a set of G. II.
KariMi' View mf Hanolala to their friends abroad.
as they will convey by far a better Wea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of E. BURGESS,
118-tf . Paint Shop, on King street, near r on.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE !
ALL PARTIES WI1U HATE HUT 1 All'
their taxes when called opon by the undersigned, or who
have had tax notices left at their residences, or places of business,
are hereby informed that the undersigned will few at hir office on
Emma Street, 2d door from Beretania Street, to reocrve their
taxes every Saturday from o'clock A.M. to 6 o'clock P.M.,
until further notice. -' WM. WEBSTER,
. Tax uouector, nona tn strict, uanu.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1868. 133-tf
THE - UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
a CoDartnershin for the transacting of a General Commis
sion Business, under the firm and style of D. C WATERMAN
& CO. -
We especially solicit any business connected with the Interests
of the Home Whaling Fleet, in the consignment of supplies, fur
nishing of funds, sales, or purchase of exchacge, oil, bone, gen
eral merchandise and the procuring of freight, etc.
V. V. IVAIlKMi.l,
U7-3m "JOnN F.POPE.
They Are in Town !
AND CAN BE SEEN AT THE
CORNER OF FORT AND HirTEL STS.
A superior lot of Parisian SPRING- r"Vlt
SEAT SADDLES, and the workman
hip has been executed by the most skillful artists, no paint
having been spared to make them wnat tney really are, in every
sense of the word air bast ridiso. saddi.b.
it. anTT4 ainnf.vti wnrM H
sides a large stock of English, American and Spanish Saddles;
Harness, double and single; Collars ana names; Carpet nags
and Leather Valises; Sole, Pump and Rigging Leather. ' :
122 tf - . 11. aumasu.i. .
JDST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE. .
GENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATER
ForasJebr - tlt-f ' K. HOF FM ANN
FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT I
TBLK FAST-SAILING A 1 CUPPER BARK
iU - "Glimpse,"
8. A. DAYTON, Esjn Commander, will be dispatched for the
above named port the ZOlh December. For freight
or passage, having superior cabin accommodations, apply to '
128-tf -- . A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
r FOR NEW BEDFORD.'
Ship " IwTadiator," : .
SSc05O Tons, Captain WARREJf LUCE, is now ready to
take in freight. Having good experience in taking care of Oil,
Shippers may rely on It being carefully stowed, and regularly
wet during its transit. ' - ' -
'. Freights of Oil and Bone will he taken on this ship at the low
est going, rates. Apply to ' D. O. WATERMAN A CO.,
126-tf ' " Or to Capt. WARRE.Y LUCK.
" , FOR SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN THE BARK
To be refitted for a whaling voyage. For particulars apply to
125 tf ' B. F. 6N0W.
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP K"
LEMUEL B. SIMMONS, Master,
. Will have immediate dispatch for the above port. . .
For freight or passage apply to , ' ' 4 . - ' ' - :
' 12-1 tf ' C. A WILLIAMS k CO.'
FOR NEW BEDFORD DIRECT I
' ; . . THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Captaix HARDY, .
Will load Oil and Bone, and having part of her cargo engaged,
. win have Immediate dispatch.
For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, ap
ply to (123-tf) A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THK V. S. ,
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
' Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, In the months of March. JVIay wr Jasic,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers of the above months. v
JFor freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
B. F. Snow, - ' - - - Honolulu.
. Sutton t Co. - . f - New York.
Cook & Snow, - - N jw Bedford.
Freeman Sc Co's :
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
33 22C IE n ESS,
On the 5th and 20th of each Month. .
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United States, Soath America,
. . Canada and Earope,
CONNtlTlNli IN XBW TOBK WITH TUB All URIC AX-EIROPE A.N IX
PKkSS COM PAKT TO XCBOPK. .
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOK
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and Loudon.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each mouth.
UT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
, Principal Offices).
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
' ' 93-tf .
: HTIiLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO. -Tor
the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
TJXTTED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange In sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U.S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York. ' -
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. R. COADY & CO.. Agents
NEW MILLINER V k FANCY GOODS.
BECSLEATETO APPRISETHE LADIES
of Honolulu that she has opened a store in Beretania
Street in Honolulu, (opposite the residence of Mr. Parke anil Mr.
Severance,) and solicits a share of public patronage, and can as
sure those who may favor her with a call that they will find her
stock to consist of a choice and select assortment of fashionable
goods, such as are seldom offered to this community, consisting of
Elegant flower head-dresses,
Ribbon head-dresses, ' '
Latest style brown hats ,
Latest style riding hats, '
Trimmed riding hats,
Ladies' dress caps,
-..- ; Silk striped barege, . - y . -;
Superior white brilliant,
j Colored and black silk girdles,
' White cord and tassels,
White cotton fringe and trimmings,
Superior r.bbons. r '-
Sash ribbons, '
- Kelt ribbons, . ; - . , .- . ,
. Elastic belts,
Thread and linen edgings, t ,
, ' . Victoria plaid. . ;
. . , Crochet cotton,
- Best English needles and pins, ' -.
. Prints and muslins, .. ,
v ' . Cotton drill, , . . ''
Bugled lace, - . .
Crape collars, . " . . '
; ' Black crape.
Babies' knitted boots,
!And a variety of fancy articles too numerous to mention.
'A quantity of ready made Children's Clothing on
hand and made to order. , : ' " . ' - . . -
125-tf ; -
Ice Cream ! Ice Crara !
rwIIE PROPRIETOR OF THE nONOLU-
M. LU ICR CREAM SALOON, wishes to inform tbe public
that he has opened the above named Saloon, on the corner of
Nvuanu and Chaplain streets, where he will be happy to fur
nish them with the BesT Ice Cream thai can be" made, and with
reasonable notice will furnish Parties and Families with atten
tion and dispatch. WM. H. HUDUY, .-
"123-om ' Proprietor.
BEGS TO CALL PARTICULAR ATTEN
t ion to the Stock of -j
POUTER ad TiE I
Of the best qualities, that he has lately received. He would also
recommend an importation of "DUFF GORDON"
S H ERRt, now on hand and for sate by him, as one of the
finest Wines ever introduced into the country. - . -
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1858. 123-2m GODFREY RHODES.
The Celebrated Adelphi Biscuits !
CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING As
sortment : Abernethy, Cracknel, Picnic Tea, Cabin, Soda
and Fancy. Also, Mackie's Edinburgh Biacnita,
consisting of machine. Queen, giuger, picnic and indsot. Also,
the following Grneerieat York hams, English cheese, Caro
' Una. rice, China rice, loaf and crushed sugar, cod fish, rais.ns,
currants, citron peel, shelled almonds, patent sperm candles,
Jenny Lind cakes, sardine, H I. Baker's oysters, California on
ions, and Jumbles., Constantly on hand a general assortment of
N. B. Fresh Ground Coffee constantly on hand.
124-tf ' MOBSMAN t SON.
Ice Cream! Ice Cream ! .
JOE RODERICK INFORMS THE PUB.
lio that he will be prepared to serve out Ice Cream on
THIS (THCRSDAYJ EVENING. Oct. 28. Private Rooms for
Ladies. , . - - - 122-tf
. SHIPS' ACCOUNTS.
MASTERS OF WHALESHIPS WIIO DE
sire assistance tn the making op of their accounts, will
please call on the undersigned, who will give bis Immediate at
tention to business entrusted to him. Office at the " Sailors'
Home." HV-tf GEO. WILLIAMS
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Mskee A Anthon's fire-proof building, up stairs, over
U.oraW.A.Aldrich. , (j, a. ifc ft. V. POOR-'
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES, c ?
dpht su i vr.n - WHITE
filf .IIIJU'' Cedar Shingles, per -Harriet Jea-
. C. H.
le' ', for 'sale by- , 112-tf J
LEWER3, Fort sU
; " LATHS, te.
SPRUCE AND PINE LATHS,
WhJtewood Board-, - - JBi
THE UNDERSIGNED has jus received per "Por
tena," from Liverpool, a nice .assortment of superior
I8tatfonery.V - jj . . .. . , . rqbeRT C. JANION.
rrVO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
I frame and marUe plate, for saloons, oemmon looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glass Tumblers and GobbleU
- . For tale by
63.tf " ' ii. HACgrrxp co,
OAK BOATS, ke. ;
TnTESTS OF OAK BOATS on hand, and to arrive,
1 x - - sale by
119 tf , : CHA9. BREWER, 2d
OAA BOXES, 3 LBS. EACH. ENGLISH
BY A. P. EVERETT.
Closing Oct Sale !
Tras day :
THURSDAY DEC. 16, AT IO O'CL'K, A, M.
At the Store of A TAI, on Nunanu street, will be sold the
Entire stock of the Store.
THURSDAY, DEC. 16, at L O'Clnek; P. M
' At the Warehouse of i. 3. CARANAYK, on Nuuanu street,
will be sold, for Accouot of Underwriters, or whom tt mar eon
earn: , r ,
'Old Metal from Bri? " Wttilna.
"' " At the same place, '
Exchange on London for $5300 or $6000,
'' ' More or less. Particulars at sale.
Closing Ont Sale. : -TO-TIORROW!
r' FRIDAY, DEC. 17, AT 18 O'CLOCK, Na,
4 At the Store of J. SILYERSTONE, in Caranave'a Building,
j will be sold, positively, the - .,-
I Entire Stock of said Store .
Consisting of - " ' ;s '.'. " ..
Clothing, Dry Goods, '
Boote and Shoes, Hats, Y -
Furniture, Cook Stove, and nndriea.
Schooner u Isabel," at Auction.
SATURDAY. DEC. 18, AT 18 O'CL'K, M
-p-fr At the Wharf near the FUh Market, wUl be sold the
, Schooner ISABEL, .
of 33 tuns measurement, built tn Guayaquil, of Guayaquil Oak,
in 1853, copper fastened, and well found in Sails, Chain, Anchor,'
etc, etc. ' , . .'.
Kc Kialua "Isabel!"
E KUAI 1 A. ANA MA KE KUDALA.
Ma ka Poaono, Dek. 18, ma ka bora 12 awaken, ma kaht ko
koke ma Ulakoheo, e kudala ia ana ke Kialoa, "Isabel" ka inoa.
TJa Kapili ia keia moku ma Guayaquil, ma ka M. H. 18M, he
moku paa. ua maikai ke keteawe, maikat na pea, ke kanlahao,
ka heleuma, ia mea aku, ia mea aku.
NA EWELK, Mea Kudala.
Look Ont for Christmas Presents !
SATURDAY EVENING, Dee, 18, at T O'CUIi,
Precisely, at Sales Room, will be sold a great rariety of
Toys, Fancy Wares, -
vmna uooas, buks.
Jewelry, etc, etc, eta.
Sanerlar GOLD WATCHES! male by RoskeU,
Liverpool, and warranted. Also, GOLD CHAINS.
General Sale of Merchandise !
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22, l IO O'CI'k, A.M.
' At Sales Room, will he aold, "
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Clothing, Hats, ' '
Fancy ArticleH, Glassware,
And a great variety of articles too numerous to particularise. ' .
"N E WGr O O D S !
JNO. T. WATERHOUSE
HAS ON HAND, AT HIS WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL FIRE-PROOF EMPORIUM, corner of
Queen und Kaahumanu streets, the . .
Best-and Most Extensive Stock for the
' ' ' Island Trade Ever Onered Here I '
JCT And Invites Country Storekeepers to inspect and order. JCt
50 CASES OF NEAV PRINTS !
OF UNSURPASSED PATTERNS I
Consisting of ,
Chocolate and Red '
Pink and Yellow,
' . Lilac and Red,
Canary and Red,
Riding Dress. Prints,
.. ' , . .-Black,' . ' ' .
Orange & Green,
Many of the Patterns of which are entirely New, and sel well.
20 bales Brown Sheetings and Drills; ,
20 bales Denims; ,
)00 pairs Blankets, scarlet, blue and white, various sizes, and
. the HEAVIEST IM TBB MARKET.
lOOOdoaen SHIRTS various styles, consisting of Gentlemen's
- t fine white, fancy colored and hickory stripes, and Cnder
. shirts. ' v " - -
Cases Plain Turkey Red,
Pium Fimireal Torkev Hed.
600 cases HANDKERCHIEFS, consisting of Silk. Linen, and
JE1US11II, VailOU. 4UI.CB) UU uwui.mw.v.uv.
20 cases Silk and Cotton wheel-top UMBRELLAS.
Cases Furniture Prints,
Cases Blue Sheeting,
Cases English Saddles,
Cases American Saddles
Cases Blue Cotton, . ..'''
Cases Pilot Coats, ; ;'.-. '
i ases mci i-anu,
- Cases Moleskin, - r : -Cases
Bales Ticking, - . '
Cases Figured Orleans,
Cases Plain Alpacca, -,
, . . , f .;.:-.; . ' Cases Whito Sheeting, ' f .i
Cases White Shirting, i
' ' . Cases Madapolams, -
- Cases Charcoal Irons,
, . CasesTobacco,
Cases Blue JJrills,
. Nests camphor Chests
' ' Nests plain trunka
1 case superior Brown SACKS, , ,
"' Cases Muslins,
Cases Victoria Lawns. : . , ,
Superfine Clothing !(.
. , cossisTiHO or - .
Frocks, Paleteta. Paata, Veata, Neck Tlea,
Hala, Cava, KCn 4Vc, .
., - ALS0-k ,.-; ' -
WILLOW CARRIAGES AND CHAIRS, "
' BOOTS AND SHOES, various,;,,
sundry hardware; ;
very. nice children's socks,
' ' fc CUTLERY, V
SATINS AND SILKS, various. .
BALES BLUE, SCARLET AND GREY UNDERSHIRTS,
SALTWATER AND ENGLISH SOAP, .
CASES THREAD, NEEDLES, ETC.,
ENAMELED DUCK FOR CARRIAGE TOPSt .
SUNDRY FITTINGS, COACH THIMMJNGS, ETC.,
CROCKERY WARE, ETC., HOLLOW WAKE, ETC.
And an ' ' "" ', . ! "
Assortment too Nameroas to Tronhle the
' APPLY TO THE UNDERSIGNED. - . '
- " J. T. WATERHOU9E.
trr Splendid Job Lata far tk Maraaeaa aaa
SstcietT Ialaada. Apply tc
m'f ' A JOHN T. WATKRHOUBR. ,
- CRACKERS. ' ' ' '
SA N FRANCISCO . BUTTER WATER,
Sugar. Picnic and Soda Crackers and Jenny Lind Cakes,
per Yankee,'' for sale by -
;' ': MANILA CORDAGE. . I' ;.;
pr COILS, assorted sixes, mads to order, daOy ex-,
VF J pec ted per clipper ship "Hyreo,-
CHAS. BREWER, 2a.
. i j i t NAILS. 4
CASKS, assorted sisea, to arrive per " Byrea,"
., ( , v.... ...... For sale by - '
I . , , ; ! - ' CHAS. BREWER, to.
KEGS, of a gaHona each, for sale by
IX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, aetaorted widths.
hourly ezpeeted per clipper ship
CHAS. BREWER, to
N HAND, AND TO ARRIVE PER ST
ren." aO sidoe Rigging Leather, fnr sale by ' - ,
n-tr , . , j, c. rpaldiwo..
BY JOHN F..CClUI7
Ilaw&ilaa Ceef at flcctlca.
THURSDAY, Doe. IB. sU IS 1-9 O'CMs, P.M.
- In front of CapC T. SPENCER'S STORK, win be sold . '.
i 25 barrels Hawaiian Bed -
Also Syrup, OU Junk, Beans, etc.
General Merchandise. .
'; TO-MORROW ! :
FRIDAY. DEC. IT, al IO O'CLOCK, A. M.
, At Bales Room, will be Bold . .
Soap, v - -.i
v ,. . Case Goods,
Orocerles, - -
. Boots and Shoes,
And other deecripOuns of gosda.
Cottage Residences at Auction.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2 2, at 18 O'Claek, Xaoat,
. On the premises, will b sold, without reserve,
' Tkree Terr desirable Cottages, ' 't-
Now belonging to Mr. H. Smith, situated ou Herohaot street,
near Alakca street. .
; ; : . For Christmas!
THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ,
' ' WUl be sold a choice lot of
Tors, Fancy Goods, Silks, Crane Sfcawls.
; And varioui Sundries suitable for Christmas Preseata. ,
First Premiom at Wechanlcs' Fair!
Of Tla, Iraa, Ziae, 8Uale -r Aaaaaaltaas,
Caa be made perfectly and ptrmaneutly tight by the applfaattoa
... ' ' - of '
CHILDS' PATENT ELASTIC F IRELAND
WATER-PROOF ROOFING :
Its great Adhesive, Elastic and Fire-proof Properties render
it not only the best new Roof, but by far the moat perfect (as it
is the only) preservative of Metal Roofs in aaa. It will neither
crack, melt, run or leak. ' It has received a wide celebrity, ia
highly recommended by our be Architects and Builders, and k
nMil tftiwmirHA.it tfti Attt . 1 r. .nn UtAtirai im Mrlnitlv .lmnLi
as it is applied cold. .
MATERIAL FOR SALE,
(with printed directions for use) by ...
COVERT, MO0RES a CO.,
l&S kloutgomerr Block,
XT All Oancas roa Matkrial raoarrLr attesbeb o. XS
Price ar karrel, af 40 Ballaaa, 40 OO.
N. B. One barrel will cover 32 squares of 100 sooare feet of
metal, and 7 squares of shingles or boards. . 127.3m
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
per " ELIZA & ELLA," from Boston, the following 10101.
did assortment of Stationery, Blank Bwkf, and Desk Furniture,
3, 4, 4 and S quire Journals, various bindings)
. 8, 4, 6 and quire Ledgers, do . doi
8, 4, 6 and 0 quire Record Books j
8, 4, 6 and quire Day Books,
3, 4, and A quire Log Books;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tuck mem. books;
do tuck diaries and almanacs, for 186S;
do writing books, with and without copies-,
do cap ledger Indices; assorted letter books; .
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 . do bill and account current paper; ' "
100,000 buff and white envelopes, of all sises;
O niAii.ivkmMl . rA lntK .nv.kmM. nt all slaM:
A great variety of blank notes, drafts and bills of lading; -Bowditch's
Navigator; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, for 1859; 100 gross steel pens;
Gutta percha pens a new article; copying brashes;
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black sealing wax; -
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent ink erasers;
Patent pencil sharpeners; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin cash trays; -Lubin's,
Fabers and Ropes' lead pencils; tin wafer caps; .
25 gross red, blue and black inks; assorted copying Inks;
Assorted portfolios, choice article; assorted Ivory paper folders; -
do pen holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter clips;
do paper weights; assorted inkstands; thermometers;
do mottled and plain linen twine,
do- slates, I mail toy and school;
do banker' wallets, for notes and bills;
A few gross of real Albata pens; ladies' small siaed etter paper;
Italian office desk hones; camel hair pencils, etc, ete.
89-tf H. M. W HTTlfET.
- New Stationery
JUST RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIVAL
from Boston and San Francisco, and for sale by the under
signed Patent gutta percha propelling pencils, :
' Boxes Fiber's polygrade pencils, a superior article,
, Superior white and buff letter and note envelopes, gnmiaod ,
Do . do and fancy note and letter paper,
Bhoades A Sons' mucilage for the desk, --
Fine ivory pocket tablets,
Reference flies for the pocket, . .
Dand's extra fine carmine Ink, -
. Do do do blue do, (cones.) , r.
" Do do do steel pen (cooes,)
Pencil sharpeners, penholders, letter stamps, aud a
A fine assortment of inkstands. ,
127 -tf H. M. WHTTSaT.
. NOTICE. -
TwiIE UNDERSIGNED, , HAVING BEEN
appointed Guardian of the person and property of OKORGb
HOLMES, hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to him to
make Immediate payment; and all persons having claims
against the same are hereby requested to present the same to
B, o. Davis; and he, the said Guardian, hereby forbids aay
persott trusting ths said George Holmes, a. from this data the
aforesaid Guardian will pay no debt contracted by him. .
Honolulu, Dec , 1858. 128-tf R. Q. DAVIS.
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
notice that it is his Intention tc leave this Kingdom for a
limited period. (128-2t) - , . JOH. KCHLMAMK.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.1 '
C- F. GUILLOU having been appointed Administrator
on the Estats of J. S. Levi, lata of Honolulu, deceased'
all persons hsvi.ig any demands against the said estate are re
quested to pass their accounts to the undersigned and all per
sons indebted to the deeeased are requested tn make immediate
payment. '- . C. C. HARRIS,
123-lm . ..... Attorney for Administrator.
' NOTICE.",,',' "
THE UNDERSIGNED, SO FAVORABLY
known for many years as the Pilot of the Lee Harbor la
the Island of Ascension, begs to inform his friends that he Is ea
bis way back to that Island, and will be prepared to attend te
all who may visit that place and require bis services. -
125-3m . JAMES II ED LET.
' NOTICE T :
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS AND OTHERS.
BRUNSWICK GREEN, "VERDIGRIS. '
Chrome Green and Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Venetian Saw,
- Prussian Blue, Spanish Brown, Umber,
BoOed Linseed Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, (extra puraj
Eiuc white. Lamp Black. While Tarnish.
To be had in quantities to suit, ot C. H. LKWERS,
ll-tf. - - - font
Philadelphia, New York and Bcstca
. CUSTOM-MADE . -BOOTS
r I for the past liberal patronage of his friends and the
W VJ public, would announce that having made arrange-
meats, during his late tour tu tbe United States, to
nave maae w nis wwr, inm. -
styles. BOOTS aud SHOES of every description, be Is now prs-
pareu so lunuan uim sikjwi
ney than can be found elsewhere in the Kingdom. -
. . . iw MiaM' and Child rail's flest-
AD wjiwuuw 1 , ifmrnmrn
gress soou, eooce maa Duiy - 1
al tne asrseat ease eierct
J. it. WOOD.
mHE PREMISES LATELY OCCUPIED
Consisting of StaaeFIrn Preaf Stwre.Stare) Ha ease a
aaa saeaa, wm aaiouuog e1uijwmi -"y-""
' Storinc 20O0 toni of Merekaadiae, " "
Are onered for Storage at the LOWEST RATES. TheboUdlngs
are all In good orderand well adapted for Bwrateor way wm
scription. For larUealars. and rates of storage, apply to :
. CLOTHING AND HAT. ' -
RED FLANNEL OVER-SnilXTS. UKBTS
Canton straw hats, sseo's cassimere hats. ( ft
- - For sale by
V- - " PER GLIMPSTA. . ' Jj
-' . von . srTT-- s'ITirrBCB.
Na&saa rain - .,7.
seales, house paper, hammers and hatotwes. sMkasa, perto
BeTlc, Ac. Ka. For , . ' . r-
. , . ' . - POTATOES.
f UST RECEIVED, PER ounnajBsr-
Bodega potatoes, warranted bestqwaUty. Heeesaassnnea ssr
shipplng. or sale at low prices by - . . . vrm. '
137-tf - -.- . - . -
WHALE LINE, eke '
For sale Vy
Flosr, ex Mczniiia Ware !
FIFTY BBL8. RicnMoinupc3.Fijri.
mquarteraod rtghth saeka. . Fw sals t. V T"
by - (123-tf ' . r R-1. SHOW.
. . H AX ALL FLOUR.
QflA URLS. BEST IIAXALL FLOUR
jS O " .. dafly expected per dipper ship "Syreisr f
- . "" For sale by - .
H9-tr L CHAS. BBawsSB,
. SUGAR-CURED HAMS. ;'' '
ON HAND, AND TO ARRIVE K3 i V'
ntST" m- 7 " ,
-i ; v j- MEXICAN SADDLES. , ?j '
A FEW GOOD MEXICAN bADCLT3 STZZX
V!-;M BARK GLIMPSS. -.. r -
rrvwT UHD CiKtSL " '
iw . and suPEaioa for Ai;n TIT
22-tf ' " . C. a. it.;, 'yvf-
we aame on or before tbe 31s Instant.