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Better g Slaw.
la all the varied acmes of life-
Jta Diir, confusion, turmoil, strife
Tfcaaa Bttle words, if born la mind, ...
' Woald sail right well all bamaa kind
- Go slow !"
Tba bat young man, who cola a daah
Tpon hie "Governor" hard earned cash,
WiU think, when an hia money ' tied.
This motto should bar filled bia bead
" Go slow r"
Tte tDrt with bwcra at ber fcet,
Har cbeaka aa fair, ber heart deceit.
When jean shall steal bar charms away,
.. WU1 weep she did act in youth's May
The aiaa of money be who spend
Hia tbooaandaoo bia hstr.es, friends.
May ait dowai in after yeara
To eon this leeaon through bis tears
"Go akiw !"
The husband who, to arc aaore af life,
Deserts bia csdUrea, home and wife,
Wbra snnk beneath the band of fate
WD Bsoura ha did not, era too late,
Ge alow !"
, The wife who alwaya aborpiaf guea, .
LraTinf bar ehiUrra oat at toca,
&00U keep this matter in ber heart,
And feara to act a aautaer'a part
Tba banker ciontina; cent per eent
The landlord iaar fcr bia rent
The cterk behind bia uater'a till
Twill aait yon aa, thia fcaaan will
The widow, wiA, the auiden, aaiaa.
The hnaband, tbcr, think of dtia
In whataoever path yoa f
, Ha atwayi best to trarel alow
Go tow r
? .notr a Qaxx or Chew belpcd Cotrxsrs to Dis
corn Avebmca. According to the old Spanish tra
dition, Columbus's discovery of America is mainly
dac to ft hard (bagbt gsm of chess. . Ferdinand of
Spain parsed the latter boars of the day oxer the
chequered board, his principal antagonist being an
old grandee, whose skill pat the monarch's powers to
s severe test. Columbus had long been dancing at
tendance at the Court in pursuance of the one aim of
his life the grand expedition in search of a new
world and although be had hitherto tailed in his
aitm, yet he had enlisted the sympathies of the good
Isabella. Ferdinand was one of those matter-of-bct
men, who object to furthering the schemes of enthu
aiavra, and withheld his consent to a New World x-
Cditioo being formed. Poor Columbos would long
lore haTe sought assistance elsewhere, bat Isabella
prevented mm, ana reaoauea iter snorts witn ner
husband. The day arrived when the great navigator
was to receive his final answer; he wended his way
towards the palace at nightfall more with the inten
tion of bidding adieu to his royal patroness, than
from any hope of success with Ferdinand. Isabella
had net, however, resigned herself and Cblambus to
deibat, and, on the latter's arriving, she immediately
ought the King, who, being absorbed in a hard
JLught game with the aforementioned old coble, was
ajo in a likely mood to be bothered by the application
vf the importunate sailor. The Queen's interruption
Lad the effect of merely distracting the monarch's at
tention, causing him to lose his principal piece, which
was followed by a volley of imprecations on suitors in
general and Columbus in particular. The game
grew worse and worse, and defeat seemed imminent.
Isabella, without ever playing, had picked up
considerable knowledge of the game by watching her
koaband and the nobles, and when Ferdinand told
her that her protege should be suoressfol or other
wise, according as the game resulted, she immedi
ately bent all her energies upon the board. The con
test had been unusually long, and the courtiers clus
tered around the table, amused at the excitement of
the King, and the quiet satisfaction of his antagonist.
And s Um game went on, whieh was to decide the
dtsosvery of a new world, until Isabella leaned to
wards her husband's ear and whispered, " you can
checkmate h!m in f ur moves. In the utmost as
tonishment the King re-examined his game, found
that his wife's aivertioa was correct, and , announced
a lew minutes subsequently that Columbus should de
part aa the vtayageof discovery, with the title of "Ad
miral of the Fleet." V- 1. 7Vsae.
Toumbu Exrumox at Hatasa. From Havana,
hy way of Xevr Orleans, we have news that the naval
masine, containing an ionnene quantity of pow
der. abeUa and rockets, exploited on the 29th alt-,
aha Hug the whole city, killing twentv-eijfht persons,
and wounding one hundred and five. Many other
persons wen supposed to be beneath the ruins.
Ximeteen new sugar hses were totally ' destroyed,
Th gas vorki rewdered useless, involving the city in
total darkne, and many other building were shat
. GoTaaxmurr Camel. Forty-nine of the camels
belonging to the United States art now at Camp
Verde, sixty miles from San Antonio. Only one of
.ill lis in port ad has died, while ten have been added
by birth. These ywung American camels - thrive
well, anl promise to grow up equal in all respects to
JKf MAl.eV WfVOlCK OF. THE ABOVE
KtSara, Jaat iwsefred per - Fanny a," and
a sale by
M4f c. i atcHAara a co.
'iTTCLESU CiROUN t RICE,
Knsii Pto Fran,
JaaeamaJ and TnaUwlK,
Fraah rraaws aa Ulaas Jara,
v araady P acnes and Cnerrfca,
Per Tsake, lor sale by
c u KiCRsKr9 a on.
KSn COVE OTSTRRS, OLIVE OIL,
Un hand and ft sale fry
, , , . PCAB CITJatR VlJf EO AR.
'rkifh BBIJB.TO ARRIVE PB -STRB3P,
ALCOnOUwOPER CEXT.OVER PROOF.
jnASM AfOUOI-COJAIXIXOf FIVE-
ainrrff 1D TAR.
rrtn. or is a en, to arrive per
ft ftw saat ay .
. . - - FLOORING.
VI Tarsjwrf aa4 tawrrf naorlns;, per Hl
-" RED WOOD. -
A cVFCrtiotl 1VOT OfBOABDSftfti CIV-VP-
c, n. WWTRS.
Oilman Jt (&a.f
LAHAINA, S. I.
CIUIANk CO. ARE
now receiving their
r it Ai Ij aauvn
Harriet A Jessie,
Mnnntain Waive). .
V-ftTyi Yo-ng Creek,
W&SfJ Fanny Major,
'Y and Syren,
WHICH THEY OFFER FOR BALK ON AS FAV0RABLK
. TERMS AS ANY ESTABLISHMENT Kf THE ISLANDS. .
A larre aaaortmeot of Ship Cfcnarflery,
Freoh amceriea, Proviaiioaa, Cinching,
Painta, Oils. BooU and Shora,
" Crockery, Cordagr.
American, Califnian and Ilawaiian Thar,
Sew Bedford Bread, in short cask;
Rice, assorted Crackerst
American Meaa Beef, Hawaiian packed BeeC waaaurrao;
AaMVican Mess and Prima Pork, a superior kit of Hams.
No. I brown soxar, Crovhed snav.
No. 3 hrown sugar, Loaf soarar,
fjTTJiv, Boxes salt.
Chests tea, Bona raiatna.
Fine oolonir tea, Cboouiate
Assoriad spioea,' Ac
Boiled Unseed oil.
Extra white lead.
Pure white k-ad,
An aasortaient of
W. K. Lewis dc Bros fresh Preserved Meats.
Rnaatnd and boiled beef, mutton,
Aaaorted soaps, tripe, chicken,
Clama, oom, beeta. aasHI pickka.
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, Ireah herba.
Baata awi Sbtateaj.
Thick sea boo, cab sewed boots,
Kip brairans, but braaana, -Heavy
hroirana, boys hrojeans,
, An assortment of ladiea and
Aa assortsneat of New Bedford mnde'Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemea's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Tofntle Irons, Boat's Raffs Row Locks,
and Harpoooa, (rum iHufre A Co. and Dean
a Driers, of New Bedford.
New Bedford made Towline, Manila Vrdare,
Hemp Cordage, Rankna stuff,
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected fcr whale boats, 14, 16, 17 and 18 leet.
Sheet lead, martin spikea.
Copper and iron tackle, Copper and b-on screwa.
Caulk inc irona. Assisted hammers,
Assurted baU-hets, " Assarted files.
Brass and iron chest kicks, Aueer ' ita,
IVwr kvks, rimlota, eocnpaseea. Screw drirera,
Knives and fcirts, ' Westernholm knirea,
Pocket knives, Butcher knives,
Ship scrapers, Kigin leather. 119tf
D. C. WITERJIAX fc Co.
Offer for Sale:
BBIX EXTRA MESS BEEF.
300 bote prime park.
lOO iiWx flour, superfine.
1.10 HsxaU do do.
li half bbls superfine fiour, fcr families,
CS,Ouo lbs bread, pUob nary and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar,
SO kee butter,
ISO coils New Bedford towBnea,
60 bandlea nary ouknm,
SS bbls pitch, -,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 ralkaia spiriu of turpentine,
3 tone iroa boops.
500 mils Manila enrdaee. i inch, 4). 41, 4,
ZUH, 3i. 3. 21, 2. 2. 3, H and 1 inch,
. SO coils 6 thread. 9 thread and li thread,
60 cutis Russia cordaee. I inch shrouding,
4. 4, SJ, S, 2. and H loch.
25 coils 9, 12 and li thread, srising, hamber-
' line, rofanding and hooseline.
Chain cables and anchiTS,
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 5 inch,
Ftaip't camboners, coeapirte, No. 2 and 5.
Whale irons, toggle iruns.
Cot mo duck. Noa. X, 4, 6, and T,
- 10.000 Iret white pine boards.
Hard pine beadnar.
Spruce flour boards.
Hard ptne fluring boards.
CAST. ROBERT BROW2V"S
Wn AL.IXG Ol PATENT BOMB LACES
AXD CIX HARPOONS.
AFTER SEVERAL. TEARS LABOR AXD
exrvriineotine upna whaiea, on the wbalins; gnind, with
his appaiiams, ctanbined with the ad vantages of bring a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instra
snent in form of a Banb Lance, which fcr BtUity and effective
aesa cannot be excelled.
The attratiiat ef Agents and OfScers of whale-shi is called
to the fuflwix:g testinvwiala. -
Sax Faasrwo, January 10, 1S5S.
Carr. R- HmowsSir . 1 take this opportunity to tufcrm
yna that we umsI thna Bnmb Usnces we bought of you, and
found them to be of gieat neaefit in capturing whales amongst
The first whaH tat we it d the Bnmb Lance on was killed
In the 41awing manrer The boat went afcavside of the whale
and the bnat-steerer fired a Branb into him aid then fastened to
him wiih a rig iron : the Boaab sraa beard to explode, and the
whale dad at blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-men-tkaied
whale waa ia the lee, and it is our opinion that wc ahoutd
not bare got that whale and many others that we did get, if it
bad net been fcr your BVanb Lanora, and we fully recommend
tbim to the attention of those fining out whale ahipa.
Tauna Wall. Master bark Gewrov.
Honoinr, March 17, ISM.
Carr. Roasar Baows Jfr rfear Sirt I need yonr Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the pa seaarav, which made
MbbU.ofofl. We never couU bar taken hia wfebont said
Lanrea, aa our boats could nut get near enough to asa the com
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ahlpAfaowata,
Hosoltlt, March 14, 1666.
Carr. Roacav Baowa 0mt Sir .- I take tiua opportunity
to infcrm yoa that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
tferad. and found tbetn effective in taking whaiea, and would
reeneamend them to al whalemen, and especially around the ice.
I alas used the harpoon and got most of the whales by your
Gmna and apparatus.
Isaac Alls, Master ship ffrrmJd.
Other trstiinoniale can be seen by calling on the undersigned,
A rents, who bare the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoona fcr
R. COADT A CO HonohUa.
XCIIORS CHAINS. CORDAGE, Ae
. 7i Cutis Mauiils, li t4t inch,
SO Russia tarred RTe, to 7
Anchors, weighing from 1TOO to S0OU Ibs
S Chain Cabsea, U inch, TO fathoms each.
of best pattern Ships'
patent of liii,
J. C &FALPTX0
IS CaNn Stores, fcr dml or w
For sale k by (14-tf)
YELLOW I ETA Tu. COMPOSITION XAILS.
CASES YELLOW METAL, aasorted stses;
SO boxes ctunpnsation nails
SSkegs do do.
US- For sale by CHAS. BREWER, So.
1XII REE & 1-4 CUTTING FALLS to arrive
per dipper ship " Syren."1 far sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 3D.
" LANCE POLES.
LANCE POLES, ta arrive per -Syren,- for sale by
ll-tf CHAS. BREWER, Zn.
UITSO. & UART,
WINES AXD SPIRITS,
VT THE OLD AVINE STORE, under A. J.
Cartwright's, offer fcr sal i
Brandy in kegs and barrel 5
Brandy, Tailed Vineyard Proprietors ;
Rum la kegs;
Jamaica Rom in cases;
Oenwt&e 4d SorCrk whatky, in I cka eases;
Monanrabeaa whisky, in barrels and kegs.
Fine old Maonagabeia whisky, in one doa cases,
HxRaoda gin la eaaeat
Scbehlam gin ia castsj
WoSe's Scbeldam aeknappa;
II setter's bitters;
4nh tan's Wtters;
ttreu of diflerect brands;
ChsmpngM, pirts and quarta, different brands;
Sherries, pair and brown;
Flaw aid pwt;
Byasa' and other brands of ale;
- Sals Sssrew slaty frew. 17
1HB UNDERSIGNED HAVING TA
1 na OAs attached to the - Saunrs' limr." win
Ofioeis and Men fcr whaling and other veasels, at abort notice.
and will endeavor as fire afarttoa as all who mav mvar him
wtU thear businrss. GEO. WILLIAMS,
Lletud SMppiaf Agent.
Honolum, Sept. 1, 1SS. IlS-tf
flJIE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
Jl M Alexandra Aarrigaa," amawsttng of.
I ss Saltpetre.
Apply to L. H. ASTHOJf.
M-tf Orbs J. C PPACLDlNa.
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES.
AJJPICED PICKLED PEACHES, IN IO lb.
Currant, ajiJe, prosa. rrsr and amino Vfliesjn 1
Alan, piaaiMsd nrarar-r and cherries.
AaaaaObwakwoftltsabvTrrper aVkiurv'" Sr saV by
U7-tf C, U RICHARDS a CO.
. . . . BLANK EXCHANGE! '.
fERCTIANTS AND WHALER'S Exchara
X " A xHsnsis wm pea, tor aaiet.
a ".v i
Whaleships ia tbf Pucific Ocean,
Orrtcs or run PaaaaA Rail-Roab Compast, I
-Nrw Tons. July SO. 1867. I
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of Informing those Interested In the Whaling boat
neaa, of tho advantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of ganama. tor the shipment of
OH from the Pacific to the United States, and fcr sending out
flu and supplies from tba United States to Panama.
The Railroad baa been in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and ita capacity fcr the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, to.,
haa been fully tested. The attention of aeveral Captains of
whaleships has reoanUy been turned to tba subjoct of abippiag
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afibnl every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment af thla important object. A Pier, 460 feet long, baa
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongaide, and deliver the aame alongside of vessels at Asptn
walh - Vessels of from 300 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
taft-ty, grounding in the mud at tow water.
The veasels to and from AspinwaU are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company Is pr
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver It In Mew York,
antler tbroash Hills mf Lndlnc attthe rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received In the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. Foe
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense 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 tho 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 AspinwaU are about twenty to
twenty-five day. Tb time occupied in crossing the Ishmus if
four hoars. 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 goods consigned ft transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to Willinnn
NetasMi. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Fret! eric L, Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers. .
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Faancaic L. Haxk, .
Agent Panama R. R. Co Honolulu 8.1. 64 12m
NOTICE TO WHALEMEN !
THE GOVERNOR OF GUAM, (Ladrone Islands)
on the date 2d March, 1SS8, has appointed
1st. The Whsleships visiting that Island must pay the port
charges in the first place whore they may anchor, but nothing in
the other porta, for one season, and also nothing if they do not
3d. Shipment will be permitted to every native who may like
for the lime and destination that the Captains may contract,
without any security or restrictions. -
3d. Gold and silver coin of the United States shall be accepted
In payment fcr its full value, without discount, in the same man
ner as the Spanish, and South and Central American cuius.
4th. The said Governor haa sent to Thomas Spencer, in Hono
lulu, all Kills of Exchange that Captains had deposited in the
Governor's hands fur security of natives shipped in 1856 and &7,
for the purpoae of distributing to every Captain, and to cancel
their contracta. . -
tb. The Governor also intends, for the benefit of Captaina, to
chanse his residence, during the present year, to the Agat Bay,
on the south part of the Apra Port, and 00 more distant from it
than one mile. The said Bay is a very good place for anchorage
without a pilot's assistance. Boats can land and take water,
and every supply necessary to the vessels.
(Signed) D. D. L. CORTE.
Guam, Sth March, 1858. 124-2m
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can he had at Koloa at
$5pe. Jrd ; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head;
and goal at $1 SO bead. Also at the port of Hanatei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalci is on
the Noe.h West side or the island, and has safe and good an
chorace In from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawili wili at the same rate as above. Also froi-s
and vegetalites of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always on hand at the beach In quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CUARMAN.
II A AV A I LAN BEEF!
THE UNDERSIGNED. AGENT
for the sale of Laisata, Speatcer tc
CWsaud R. C. Janinn'a Hawaii
Par Urd Brwf. has constantly on hand and
for sale BEEP of the above well known and approved brands,
which be offers for sale at I be market rates.
P. S. This LVef is pa-led st Waimea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand ieet shove the k-vel of the sea, where
the climate is cool and well adapted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TI ERS ISLAND SALT, by ex
perienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 months in
anv climate. ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Honolulu, August 25, 15S. 114-Uanl
TOWN BEEF MARKET.
. in-, THE UNDERSIGNED . L
1 ' fthaving opened the above Stand faff f r
,r-,J"- purpoae of carrying on the 1
aT Si Bwtcfceriia; Buainrae, intend 11 '
keeping their market supplied with the best Bur, Poaa. Mcr
to si, cVsrsaen, and everything pertaining to the Butchering
Business. Tnankful f past favors, they solicit a continuation
of the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed 00 them, and res
pectfully invite the pul4ie tacall and examine the quality of the
stock they otter fcr sale daily at the TOWN MARKET, Kiss
sTaurr, opiKMite J. T. Waterhouse's tnanuahi store.
GEOr.GE R 15 ELY,
Late of Washinetoa Market.
113 tf S. U. BKATTY.
Stora;e at Kawaihac !
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
to receive ships' provisions ou storage at the lowest mar
ket rates. Lighters fuixusbed for landing and deliv
ering ail gnmls stored.
V. B. Constantly on hand Irish Potatoes ami Hawaiian
Beef. O. W. MACY.
Kawaihac, November 13, 1S5S. 1J6-3.
.-. THE UNDERSIGNED. AT KEALA--t
kektu Bav, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish Ships with
Sole and Fresh Beef. Sheep, Goata. Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, ete-, ee equal to any 00 the Sandwich Islands.
Kealakekua, Oct. 1658. 1-1 -6o
To Whalemen !
GW. MACV would rcspectfuny solicit the same pa
s trooage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Mary A
Law. at the established Pepnt fcr Whalemen's Supplics,at Ka
waihac, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef. M at low. Park. Pataltry, and also the eels
brated KAWAIHAB POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, and in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep In any climate.
rr No charge made on inter-island exchange,
fitf G. W. MACY.
f ASTERS OF SHIPS VISITING THE
iTA port of Honolulu, in want of SEAMEN, will find it to their
advantage to caU at the office of GRAHAM a MARK.HAM,
where can be found whole crews at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security given fcr the amount advanced to seamen
anta outside of the reef. From past experience and strict atten
tion to our business, we hope to be alle to give satia&ction.
llMn WILLIAM A. MAEKHAM-
ennn cask bungs.
fcr sale by
. HAa. r . rux.
Cabinet Maker and Tamer,
Hotel street, near Fort.
UNDLES NEW BEDFORD HOOP IRON.
Kegs Rivets, daily expected per clipper ship "Syren,
ror sate ny
ll-f CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
anchors and chains,
venv english anchors, from iooo
11 " to S200 pounds;
New English Sttid and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-16 to 1) inch,
M-tf For aaie by A. J. CART WRIGHT.
7 . SHOOKS.
BARRELS OIL SnOOKS. to arrive
per dipper ship " Syren,"' for sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Wool, Goat Skins, Hides,
DrRCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING-
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by (U9-4f CHAS. BREWER,.
Old Yellow Metal.
nCRCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
CHAS. BREWER, 2a.
TJOrCHT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH
EST CASH MARKET PRICE, by
FWUTE ODERSICXED vronld caff tke arraxnos ef
JL f bis Friends aad the PnbDc to bis Koreas, ewer the
Paoftc Cm itisl Advertiser " Printing Of&ce, (next to the
roat Ofncc) where he Is taking IVtnrea which, ftw J-gance of
stjV and softi of tone, cannot beeaceAed.
Being in etstaat receipt ef New Stock, Cbeaueals. Ac, be is
is-qatred to take Pictures arwA all the latest imrarrvieaaeasa.
JCT PVtures taken on Glass. Paper. Patent Leather, India
Kabhrr, Ac, and warranted to gtre ennre aatawarrinw
N. R. The Pabnc are arrited to eaS and examine tpeoaaena,
Ilftf W. F. HOWLAND, ArttsL
' '. ' 1ROX, .. - . . ,
BOILER AXD SHEET 1ROX fcr sate, to arrlTe
shanry per --rreat," r.y
To the Owners, mm Pe
tTT- Riirht Whaleships cruising m
addressed to the Publisher,
A brain Barker
A. Frasler, bk.
Siocum .11857 N B
Imwiin .11866 N B
Withington.;1857 F H
1857 N L
1855 N B
1857 N II
300 15O0 ..
40O 60 ..
150 -JOOO ..
100: 100 ..
.... 1300 ..
1186 N P
1855 N B
1856 F II
1857 F II
1857 N L
saw' 1100 a
1856 N B
1856 F H
1857 Edgitr ,Oeu'k
1857 8 U i
1855 N B .Och'k
1855. " 'Arctic
1855 N B Arctic
1856 War'n tch'lt
1856 N L jKodTt
1857 Hono I
1856 War'n Och'k
1856 War'n Och'k
1S56N L Kod'k
1854 N B Arctic
a MW ....
, . . ;2 00 .. ..
. 30 1500....
40 1700 30
60 3700 ....
8 i 2S00
1856 N B Och'k
1847 Grnpt Kod'k
1856 N B .!
1856 N B Och'k
1856 N B Och'k
20 1580 .
SO 10O0 -
iflo i"rio .
C. W. Morgan
.1856 Havre Arctic
11853I L Och'lc
'1856 Edgar Arctic
;i857N B i
H856N B Och'k
Manchester 1856 ! W
Williams 1856 Stngtn Och'k
Courtney 1856 N B jOch'k
Ludlow 1856 N B !
Newman ;1856 Warn Och'k
Dean 1S55 N B Och'k
Fiiher .'1856 - Och'k
Fish 11855 N L Och'k
Foleer ,!1855 Nankt Och'k
Sherman .11857 Hono Kod'k
Edwards 1856N L ?
, viholeWon-. . , .... - :.. 7 LName. Captain. S I j IZSj ' 8. 1
v,. Canuln. Bill 5 ZSSl , - - ifi ' -3 -
J! J " BpiWtt Bpiv-n nono. . - !lfi7'nono iOchlc (.'..I 1
1 i 1 i
125 2100 .
IOO 050 .
80 2700 .
....! 350 .
Morrison !l856 N
Kenworthy 1857 N
!1S57 War'n Och'k
1856 M L Arctic,
E. L. Frost
K F Masou
R G Spencer 1858 Hono Och'k
1857 N B
80 000 .
190 2200 .
;1857 N B
;iS57 N L
11856 N B
I1S57 N B
. 1857" H
i!S57 Havre och'k
.r n A ...
ilol f " tjen a
.1857 Mgax Arctic
1857 N B Arctic
2J0 130 ISO:
F. Hetirie tta bk
,1857 N B Arctic
ISM Hono Och'k
il85 N B Och'k
.1857 E H Arctic
1S56N B Kod'k
!lS58 War'n tchTt
!lS5d N B Arctic
1S55N B Kod'k
,1857 N L Och'k
1" ranees Palmer
George a Scsan
Graefer Berg '
George a Mary
1856 N B
1856 N B
130 2100 .
, 1854 Havre Arctic
Darmandrit. 1S56 Havre Arctic
157 N B
1857 N B
1857 M rhtn Kod'k
1857 N B Och'k
1857 N B
.1856 N B Och'k
1356 Brem Och'k
:iS57 N L Arctic
300 2300 ....
.... 1000 ....
40 800 40
ll'-W-n Snow, bk
Austin .1858 Hono
Charry 1857 T H
Schintelfc'ig 1858 Haw
. 1857 N
242 112 .... i
.1855 F U
1S56 N L
J as. Maury
Java 3J, bark
Jireh Swift, bk
J no. Cocireshall
J A Robb,hark
Curry .'1856 N B
Diman 1855 F II
210 220O'.. ,.i
600 700 ....:
120 1550 . . . .
160 700-... .1
Lawrence 1355 N B
Raynor 1S57 N B
Hunting .1S57S II
Cannon . 156 N B
Earl 1S57N B
Lambert ,1855 F II
Woodbridge 1857 N B
8aker 1857 F II
Allen ;iS56N B
Letter 1856 N I.
95 3 M0'
. . .
K7- .Masters of Sperm Whalers are requested
' V nn bnarrl.f
Active, Wood, iN B '561000
Alpha, Crowefl, Nan '55 850
A.Houghton, Robinson, F R '57 140
250 July, on off shore ground
.... On New Zealand
60 Sailed from Paita June 16, 1S5S
....On New Zealand
Sailed from Valparaiso July 8, to cruise
. . . . South Pacific
....m New Zealand
....iApru, 1858, ofT-shore ground
....At Paita May 16,1858
At Paita June 13. 1853
....Sailed fn-ut Tahiti July 17, Tor home
. . . . Sailed from Tahiti June 16
...Jjt.rrived'at Hilo Nov 3
.... March. 1858. at Batavia
comn, 'an so iwj
Lawrence N B 57 S10
Antelope ! Potter,
Belle, I, Brown
Beu bk. Smith,
Ben. Cnmm'F Jenkins,
N P 55 S30 ,
N B '51 1000 ,
N B56 380.
Nan '55 600.
N B '56 850 ,
W P 56 30 ,
F H '57 SOC
War '56 875,
Dart '54 1200
I - 1
N B '67 60 ,
N B '57 100
Brit '56 20
N B '56 300
F H '55 650
N B'57 120
... July, 1858, off Paita
,...tu Paita Aprfl, 1858 , (
.... La4 report on New Zealanl
Sailed from Paita June 28
'Sailed March, 1858. fm Talea. to cruise
200 Sailed April, 1858, fin Talea. to cruise
Off Paita April, 1858
16 At Paita April, 1858
140 OtT-shore ground
-At Takahuano March 28
. ... .At Talcahuano April, 1853
Sailed fm Talea. Apra 10, to cruiss
Canton Packet Alien,
N B '56
N B '56 180
N B '56, 300
N B'55, 950
00 At Paita July, ISMi
Emily, bk, Loce,
Km. Morgan, Chase
Edwwl, bk, Scantivi,
K. L. B. Jenny' Marsh,
K. A. Locc, ' I Ripley,
K. C. OowdinBaitey,
K. Corning, Rotch,
N B'55 650
report at New
N B '54
...Jury 26, off and on at Paita
Arr at Il.wotolu, Oct 26; al'd Nov IS,
50 April, 1858, off Paita
...JoJt 25, 6 whales; last from Manila
165 At Paita July, 1858
...On New Zealand '
... Sailed fman Tahiti July 13
... At Tahiti July 20
... M.rch, at Paita
H B'S 300
F H '66 650
N B'55 1015
Dart '65 600
W S '55 650
N B'55 900
N B '57 40,
Just Re ceired.
GL.IT E. BRISTOL BRICK. ASSD XAILS,
Hunt's handled axes, charcoal irona. wrought spikes.
Axe handles, row locks, whalers' spades.
Firmer chisels, rouges, flVrs, planters' hoes, bog hoea,
Bsarfc abet, chaw! handles, knife cteanera,
Safety fuse, bend and monMing planes.
Carpet hammers, bond hinges, wrought nails.
Setae twine, I. fiord's stody kunpa, ftsb and chalk lines,
Own nipples, superior aeedles, shot belts.
Plated castors, plated l-ks and spoons.
Plated dessert k aires, wire rat traps, horse rasps.
Pencil sharpeners, shingling hatchets, copper tacks.
Spirit leren, tra trays, borse brasbea, and cards, .
Ox bows aad ox yokes, corn sheiiers, grain cradles,
House paper, asserted, pod ajd center bits,
KnamekM dock fur carriage taps, new raddles, ,
Finished giind mooes, rrindstone flxtnrea,
Lead pipe , 1. 1, 11, and 2 Inches,
Douglas puvapa, Noa. 1. 2, A. 4, 6, 6, gtiarded lanterns, .''
Brass screw rings, nest tranks. nail rods, .
. laaed sashsxlO. 10x12. 10x14.
Dears aad blinds, 1, 1 tor aad 1 inch nose,
Hair data, carted hair. SaihfrpsUowa,
looking giaasea, bash and grass scythes.
Heavy log rtinni. cast steel picks.
Sliding door locks, mortice ehiacta, brass cocks, assM,
Iron braces, bags shot, scoria and brad f lints.
Pick bandlea, jack aad smoothing prim.
Try and atoH soaaree band seres e assorted.
Scythe stones aad riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
Britannia sea aad coffee pots, bake kettles,
Drawing knives, Gi Dot's pens, SOS, 404,
Cartaia rings, powder tasks, ivory bandied knives.
Egg beaters, lay's percussion caps, sdrer thanbks, '
Black bowed scissors, axe batcheta, boys' axes,
Porcelain pirtare knobs, raaor strops and razors,
Zinc washboarda, wheelbarrows, hay cotters, .
Tinned spurs, hirnisa leather.
Harness, Japan, brass aad silver mounted.
Baggy lamps, solar kaaspa. assorted, solar wicks,
Britannia tampa, shovels and tongs,
Extra handles Ac Eagle ptow No. 2,
Flat SwaaVs iron, assurwd.
inch and S-16. 4 sqnara. Swede's boa,
- I. I. j inch round arem, ai.ns bwtrfs aa
Stag-e aad aonbse bedstasls.
Dry Goo4s Ac.
Extra skata, rattans, Scotch diapers and napkins,
I Yin ted JacoaK maaLns, fast eotors,
: Turkey red prints, small figure, , , - -
Fine twiata, white grwaad.
Oartaia till, paper, cambric.
Ladies' and gents' U C nandAercnsrts, .
Child's and ausses' white hose .
4-4, 6-4, a- nnd im sheeting, '
Bins a ill M sat, la sag uutlinis.llLUua.tli,
Aalainal vartexy of Goods, in store nad toarriva.sor sale by
iM-tf B. O. HAM.
L .l- i: esnH nor
or South I-acuic, not in uu.
-Wrs be acceptable. Merchant or vynaiesiu. . . . ..
Arr at Honolulu Oct 16 , . Oct 18W w. a.
Arr at Honolulu Oct l J 1 a'Vr -Arrived
at Honolulu Oct 3, .ndOct 19 ton cruise
Arr at Honolulu Oct 19 j sl'd Dec 6, to cruise
Arrived at Hllo Dec 4
Arr Lahaina Sept 7; sw ' , L
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 6 , al d ov
Arr at Honolulu Oct 18 5 aid same day for N Z
Arr ?f "J An. IS to cruise on N- Z.
Arr.t Honolulu Set 151 sailed Oct 5 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 ! A Alloy 30fo
a a i ii.. iW fti siitf ftn Hon Dec w oraui-i
Arr Uh Nov 9; Hon -Nov 20 sia im t -"
Arr at HUo, Oct 25 5 sl'u Nov JU tor vatuor..-
Arctic July 20, 1 whale; probably gone south
W 0Uirr a , y - - , , . i V w!
....I a a a-T 1..T.. f kr r -
800 laoOOfArrat Lahatoa, v.Tf,r home
400i 2000Arr at Lahaina Oct 15 5 si'd fin Hon. Nov 3 for home
230 S500 Arr at Lahama ov a
400 2000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 17 . . -
Arctic, Aug 20. 250 vrh 5 cruising In Margarita Bay
800 ioooo Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 sailed Dec
1700 20000 Arr at Honolulu Oct X4j bm i, 10 , . .
350 40001 Arr at Honolulu frepl sia oept as tor ow
600 6000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 16 al'd Nov 3 for home
300 3000 Arr at Honolulu, Nov W .
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 sld Oct 23 to cruise
Arrived Honolulu Aug 22 saOcd Sept 2 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 22, 4 whales at Tahiti Nov 10, repairing
Arr at Honolulu Aov 30 t :
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3; sld fin Honolulu for NZ Sept 14
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 21 sl'd Dec 3 for home
Arr at Lahaina Sept 6, clean; al'd Sept 15 for N Z j
Ochotsk, Sept, 6OO5 gone to Japan
Arr at Honolulu Nov 23
Arr at Lahaina Oct 18 ; sl'd from Honolulu Nov 1
Arr at Honolulu Dec 4 -
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 12 1 sl'd Dec 6 to cruise 1
DOken August 1. entering Bhering's Sta. 450 bbls
...j 650 7000
...I UOOj 2000
... 1500 16000
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 9 5 sl'd Nov 30 to cruise it home'
Arr at Honolulu Nov 28
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 sl'd Nov 20 to cruise
Arr at Lahaina Nov 22 Arr at Honolulu Dec 4
Arr at Lahaina. Nov 8 t sl'd Nov 26 for home
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4 ; sld Oct 14 for Cal'nia Coast
Lost in the Ochotsk in August
Arr at HUo Vov 26
Arr at Honolulu Aov 27
Arr at llilo, Oct SI ; sl'd Nov 25 from Honolulu
Arr at Honolulu Seit 6: sld Sept 25 for N B
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 30; aid Nov 24, to cruise westward
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 18 ; sl'd Nov 4 for CaliTa Coast
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 19.
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23;
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 13
Tender to bark Italy
sailed Nov 8, to cruise -
Arr at Honolulu Sept 15; sailed Sept 25 rur home
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 31 t sl'd Nov 14 to cruise
I 800 10000
..I 3001 6000
.. 800. 7000
Arr at Lahaina Ifor 22; sld fm Hooolulu Dec 14, tocr
Arr at Lahaina Oct 2 ; s'ld fin Hon'lu Oct 14, for N Z
Arr at Honolulu .ov 27
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 19; sld Dec 9 for Margarita Bay
Arr at Honolulu uci w, ski tot z. o
Arr at Hilo, Oct 26 Honolulu, Nov 14 aPd Nov 20
Honolulu, Sept 11; sld Sept 16 from Waimea for K Z
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 9 ; sTd Nov 17 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu Nov 22
Arr at Honolulu Sept 22; sld Sept 23d for N Zealand
Arr at llilo, Sept 1; sld Sept 17 for New Zealand
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 10 ; Honolulu Aov 25
j Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29; sld Dec 8, to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 -
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1, gone into the merchant service
Arr at Honolulu Sept 2; sld Sept 20 for New Zeaand
Arr at Honolulu. Nov 9
..! 475 7000
.. 500 6000
80 1100 12000
Arr Lahaina July 31 ; sld Aug 21 for N. Z. and home;
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov " far New Zealand
Arr at Lahaina Oct 13 ; sl'd Oct 31 for New Zealand
.. 750 7000
j Honolulu, Oct 3; sailed Oct 10 fcr New Zealand
. t 350 2500(Arr at Honolulu Julv Z7; ski Aug I Kir aev zeaiana
Arctic, July 18, clean - -
110 1000: Lahaina, sept -o; ua uct s Tor aew zeaiana
750 10000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 28 ; sl'd Aov 29, to cruise
Arctic, July 18. dean
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 11 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 11 sl'd JVov 30, to cruise
Ccbotsk, Oct 25, 250 wh
Arr at Hooolulu, Nov 15 ; sl'd Nov 17 to cruise
1250 20000: Arr at Honolulu. Oct 31
clean Arr at Honolulu Sept 3; ski Sept 6 for New Zealand
400 fiOOOlArrat Honolulu, Oct30: sl'd Iec 6 to cruise
450 5000 ; Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 1 1 to cruise
850 12U00 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nor 4. for coast of Pern
1000 14000! Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 8 to cruise
150- 1500 j Arr at Lahaina. Nov 19 ; sl'd Aov 26, for CaL coast
- iUCJMwk, cept 1?, ow ia reporsea, otamn 10 PTojicy
250 3O00j Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25; sl'd ftn Honolulu Nov 9
750 IGOOOjArr at Honolulu, Nov 13
105Ol3O00,Arrat Honolulu, Nov 8 - -
650 0000 ; Lahaina, Sept 18; sld from Honolulu Sept 30 for home
800 10000 ; Arr at Lahaina, Nov 6 ; ai d Aov ZV, tor home
. 1200 16000 : Arr at Honolulu Dec 2
400 4000 Arr at Keala.Oct9; sl'd ftn Hon.Nor8frS. J.deFuca
750 13500 i Arr at Honolulu Oct 12 I s'ld Oct SB for SZt home
lOSOlOOOOlArr at Hon'lu Oct 12;sl'd Nov 8 to cruise and home i
700 IOOOO) Arr at Honolulu, Nov 18
1150 ISOOO! Arr at Honolulu, Nov 11; sld Dec 8, to cruise
700 7000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 15; H October 5 fut N Zeahtod
700 10000; Arr at Hoaoluhi, Oct 24 ; sl'd Nov 20 to cruise -
Arctic Aur 25, 6 whsk-s; sM direct for New Zealand ,
600 9000 Arr at Lahaina, Nov 15 ; sl'd Nov 30 for home
700 10000 ' Arr at Lahaina, Nov 13 5 sl'd Aov 22 for Hilo and ef
1200 13000 j Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 j sl'd Nov 8 for home
1200 14000 ' Arr at Honolulu. Ort 29 ; condemned
to forward full report of their vessels to the
Soc. Islands; liongtong ; riaKoaaai, japan,
i sp. iWh.;
J ! Gazelle
I i Gen. Scott.
Baker, N B'57 : 60 ....
Daggett, FH'55 870
. GrevbountLbk CathcarW W P '5'
Ma.j. ti-i..t nci
350 . . . .
Howland , N B '56 1350 150
M . '
Nan '56 700 . ...
N B '55 1500;. ...
: Hecla, bk,
: Uydaspe, -
B '56 lOOOi
B '56 600-
B '57- 250 2J
B '56 1050 350
Starbuck, Nan '56
i i I
RamsdeJL Nan '55
ISO' . . . .
I j James Loper,
; J. A. Parker,
!' Jas. Arnold,
! Joa. Bragdon,
N B '57
i i '
N B "56
N B '57 ... .1 ... . March, at Paita, clean
N B'56 8001 60June 1858, at Tombes
i Mary, "Brock,
; j Matilda Sears, Wing,
; , Mary Wilder, Barker,
' i MermaS, bk, Howe
: ! Merlin, DeMots,
N B'57 4O0
W P -65 1250
N B'56 850'..
j Mercury, Heyden,
; : Morning Ptar, orton,
i Minerva 2d, -Swain,
i i i
J B '55
j i Nantucket, -Gibi, .
; NaiTagansett, GardDer,
I Niger, Jeraegan, N B'56
jf Norman, .Kay, iNan.'6
COR. MERCHANT JXD FORT STREETS,
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,.
' AND ' ' ' ' ' -
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET,
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEX SEL
ected by toe Senior Paraoer of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge af the wants of toe Hanolnia pwbUe and the whaling
fleet, and baring been purchased at LOW F1GI E.ES, win be
sold at JeXCU LOWER RATES than have ruled in this market
in past years. Ctnsens and Strangers are respectfully invited to
can and see tat themselves. A. 8. A M. S. GRINBAUNL
Honolulu, Sept. t, 185a. 115-tf
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
J COMeS X1CAV BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale Hoe; , . , '
Waaleaaens Oars, ia sets; -
Wluli ' atop rtbiry .
Monkey and reefing jackets;
Striped Cinarl shnta; --.
ray do 4o; e -
' ' Striped flaanej drawers;
- . Red flannel do do;
"" - - Hickory . hires; . "
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
' "'"" loosen sujc. tags, socks and mittens;
Best yellow June bauer, in double packages
Plane pork ; '
Manila cerclage; - . .
Dried apples; -
Carafina rices - ;
Bast ash bnOed Unseed oD; .
Best do white lead;
Best do Mack paint;
- Best.-da green panatf " .''- i
- Spirits Tarpexsliua.
4-tf . ' A. J CARTWRIGHT.
m Uieir renurw v
" v. . i SnTliw:rh Islands 'Ports are
L C Richmond
v. . .
.1857 N B
a . a' .r I
1856: N 11
Mary At Susan
Montreal . .
Lemercief 1867 Chal
Manchester '1857 F H
1856 N B
.'18661 Tf B
'1867' N B
1857 N B
11866! N B
.'l857 N B
1866 N B
-S886 " '
1856 N B
Manchester 18564 w
VU (Fr )
N 8 Perkins
1866, N B
1855 N B
Grandaalne 1856 Havre
Howes !l857 N B I
Kiblen 1857 N B
Austin .,1855. F U
Fehlber 1857 Hon
Baker 1856" N B
Green .1857. Edgar
Barrett 18S7.N B
Kvan 18551 "
Sanborn 1857' Edgar
W baton . 1857 F H
Tobey ,1857 F H
Pease 1857 n
Landers v .1857Matpt
Steen . 1887 N B
Danelsberg 1857 Hono
Lambert .1855 N B
Hamilton 1856 O P
Corey 1855, N B
, . .
Han-iy jl856 Sankt
Weeks . 1857.N B
1857 F H
1856 N B
1857 N L
1857 N B
.1857 N B
1856 Edgar .Kotlk
Sarah Sheaf, bk
Scot la ml
J C Pease
-1S56 N B
1857 N B
1854 C S
L. B. King
,1856 N B
,1856 F U
1855 N B
1857 F H
1856 C 8
1857 N B
. 1856 F H .Kod'k
11857 N L (-.. - ...
1854 Nan kt Och k
1857 N B lOch'k
1855. N B Och'k
.'1856 Stngtei Arctic
1856 S H jOch'k
1856N L !
1857 Russn -Och'k
1857;N B j--...
1857.8 H iKod'k
I Tempest (bk) -!
I Thos. Dickason'
! Thomas Nye
Luce 7 .
1858 Hono lOch'k
1855.N B 'Och'k
1S56 Edgar Och'k
,1856 Havre Arctic
i Tiinlant, bk.
Victoria, brig !
Tille de Rennes
Wm. A Henry
Mtttar " -
'IWS'X 15 lArctic
i Wm. Wirt
( Wm Thompson
; W C Nve
: M m Rotch
;1S5 X a
1S57 N B
1857 N B
!lS57 S H
1855 V II
ShockVv )1857 !V B
- : 1 a . Whole , .eeaabn s I
Publisher of this List. Letters addressed to him and left at Monganui. N. Z.; Talciii
ana oiner pons, wm uc wi""""" "j ""'"J""- .
Last report at New Zealand
April, 1858, off Tombes
Ocean, Gifford, N B '56
I k.... n Itnr " Tli Kan '55
t)r4da. Vincent. N B '57 1
May, ism, on uta
At Paid Sept
( Osprey, bk. Stanton, N B '57j 250,
May 21, sailed from Paita
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; al'd Nov 1
Pern. bk. Easton. Nan
March 30, at Talcahuano
May. 1858, at Tombes
Off Paita June 1858
Lat reprt on New 7aland
Petrel. Fuller, N B
Pn.de U Noye Gardner, F II
President. Alien. N B
At Tahiti in May
June 12, 1858, at Paita
C.rJw. Wilrr X It '&5
SeaBreese, 'Jones, ' !
Sea Raner, Iavis, iNan 56
SeaSheu,bk, Ware, 'War '56
Soconet, Cleveland N B '65
ShnfcMmbk Watrons. Mrs '58
At GoUipagos Islands
May 6. 1858. at Talcahnano
Sopb-Tbona'a Nicbola, .'N B '55
May 2, lM, at faita
La$4 at New Zeahuid
March, 1353, off Paita
Mav 29, at Paita
Sept 6, off and on at Paita
; Saperiur, bk,
i ' '
1 Thos. Pone.
I Triton, bk
'Aprfl 12, at Bay of Islands
Off Paita June 1853
Un. States, bk Woodw'd
Virginia, bk, Peakes,
Wm. Lee Siocum,
Wm. A Kua; Crocker,
At Paita Sept 1
March, 1858, sailed from Talcahuano
Aprfl, sailed trss Talcahnano
Arr at Hnooralu 4ct 3 ; al'd Nov 10
Mav, 1853, at Paita
On New Zealand ground
100 May, 1358, off Paita,
May 21 at Paita
.Last en New Zeafaual
I Aprn, 1SA6, at Talcahnano
. . .'Arr ai Lnhaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nor 1
Toung H ector, Hager ,
THE IXDF.RSIGXED HAVING BOUGHT
nut the Interest cf MaxweJi 4t Beatry, in the above s
taboshinetu. situated on King street, opposite J. T. Watrr
bonse's New Store hopes that the liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed aaay be continued, as no pains or tmnbte will be
spared by the manager, Mr. Was. alaxvretl, in suiting the taste
of all customers.
Attention paid to selection of stock, to reader the quality of
meat the nest obtainable. - ,
Orders punctually attended to, and delivered ia any part of
the eity within two mile, free cf charge.
Honolulu, July 1, 1S5S. flOi J. L TjOWSETZ.
DEPOSIT VAULT. f
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS. ,
'i'lIE Cndersigned is prepared to receive taaoeys, or rahiat
JL bie artVles of small bulk, on deposit ra his vault ia the Post
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Goverocoea -as
the-Treasary.) Tbe-e raults are eoraadered fireproof, and are
saier than any other in Hoootala- Strangers vasting the Islands,
and seamen or ecBm gang to oea. and wishing to deprit eotn.
valuable papers, or other articles, durinftheir absence, will find
this deposit aa aeconmodaonn to theaa. When strms of ssoney
are left fcr a term of twetre attomha. or longer, they can be ana
routed or not, at Lheoption ef the depositor, and interest eat the
deposit secured.. A receipt wCl pe given for all snms or valua
hies deposited. . - , H. 54. WUITNKV,
Hnnnliiln. Oct. 1557. . ' , 10-tf
RAGS ! !
ffTOE UNDERSICKED IS PREPARED TO
M. purchase Rags, in any quantity, ra trttde r fr -casa.
Vweieaa and picked white eottonor linen rags, cents pr
ponnd srffl be paid. Fw rf arral eottoa or Knew rngs, f cents
per pound.' No rags will be purchased unless weU cleaned and
merchantable Woolen rag wanted- Persons raaiding mm
the other I Maoris, caa send rag bales to Honoruhl by srhoon
s-, uwws u vne wafscnnar, ana car wia ae taten r sJm
packages. 5-7J - H. M. TTUTNET.
Dana's Coral . Reefs and Islands.
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" " -a jam i rwonvea and w sale SI X5
by . .'IJS-Ub B. M. WHITN&T.
- NOTICE. " ' . : '
hfpiIE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFCLLT OF
A sm tussexTraM in Uw adsstaMOt af accownte e41eciaB af
yjci mortgagea. Leases, Bills iA aalei, Asvessnenta, aad
other awatrasacaas, drawn with, acrnrary and dispatch, and asi I
avoderate terms. OSceat the -Sailors' Home."
-tf GSXX WTLUAMS. :
Reports from vessels ' in any part of th
requested to display the Ship's signal
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 81
Arr at Honolulu, oct M; ikl Dec 1? , 1
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 j sl'd Deelfc,1?
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 28 1 al'd Nor 1 1 I
Arr at Ilito, Oct 31; ild fm Honoluk. fJH.'
Arr at lAhama, Oct 31 1 al'd ,-T.T 1
Arr at IUIo,.Oct 30 sl'd from H 7'
Arr at Lahaina Nov 30
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 17 j al'd from B-
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ; al'd Nor 4 ft. n I
Arr at HUo Sept 6; sld Sept 15 for tV'
arr a xionoiuiu yov a
Ibatna, Oct 2 ; sld fm Hon. Oct le h , I
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 14; sld Dec 8 ull
Arr at Hooolulu Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov t
Arrived at Lahaina Oct 6 ; sl'd fmoi f
arrived at Honolulu Oct 12; aid Nor ktZ7-f
Arr at lionolula Aov 28; Honolulu. hiV
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 21 1
San Francisco Oct 26. 600 wh, 9000 N.
Ait at Lahaina Aov 23 al'd Dees to iir. I
Arr at Honolulu Aov 27 V
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1; I'M Oct 23 torsj
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12 1 al'd Nor
a - a-r:i xw was M I
Arrat Hilo Aov 17
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 17 tan.
A - Ilnnololo fket 9U l'
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 30; si'd Nov 15 r 1.. f
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 ; al'd Nov It to cnT :'
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16 i al'd Nov 15, tooTK
Arr at Ilnonlnta. Nm 1.1 ' .
Arrived at Hilo Dee 1
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29; Sld Dec 14, loerta.
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 sl'd Aov 30 u ol
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 27; sld Nov 19, to cr.
uom. in me Arctic May. 1858 i
Arr at Hilo Oct 30 ; Lahainn Nov 4: sl'd K,!
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 17 V
Arr Ib-m. Oct 2: iU rem TInMnlih ri-.'
Bristol Bay, Aug 13, clean i
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 ; sld Ort 21 toqv
Arr at Honolulu Aov 29
. . .
San Francisco, Oct 14, 100 wh. 3000 bs, sm.F
Arrai 11110 uct rJ Hon, tlct 31; sM DetH.1
Arr at Hon. Oct 24 t sl'd Nor 24 for coaa C '
Orhotok, Sept 27, 600 i
Arr at Honolulu Sept 12; sld fm KaaaiSrjci
arr at banaina uct xo ; ai d aov is -
Arr at Honolulu Nov 11; sld Dee 13, to
Arr at LsUuUnm, Not Z ; d pfaw 27 to
Arr at Hilo Sept 4 ski Brpt 15 for New Zee, '
Arr at Hilo, Oct 30; aid fm Uoaohala Dee
Arr at Honolulu Nov 20
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29 1 aPd Nor 20 I
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 22
Arrat Honoiula. 4ct 4; sld T lt,tsoiiv
Arrived Honolulu July 30 ; aid Aug lJurj
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ; al'd Nov 10. to era. j
Arr at Uonoluia. Nov 9 t al'd Aov 29 la err.
Okhotsk, Sept 1, 250 i.
Arr at Honolulu Sept IS; sH Oct 6 tor N
Lost on Shantar Island Oct 17 - t
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600 ; gone to Japan to w
Arrat Honolulu Sept 1; sld Sept 25 for S Zaf
Arr at lionolula, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 10 tocni
Arr at Hilo, Oct 28 ; sl'd Nov 19 for CalifcnJ
Arrat llilo, Oct 23; sl'd Dec 4 to cruiae
Arr at Honolulu cVi 16; sld Oct 11 to era I
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 1 ; si'd Nov 22 toera f
amvea u itiio eept su s Kl Btpt M kr I
Arr at Honolulu Aov 28
Arr at Hilo, Oct 25 ; sl'd from Honolulu X-.
Arctic July 31. clean i
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3; aid Bept 10 f.v Sr u
Arr at Honolulu. On 28 i alM V-1
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3 ; sld Oct 20t5;l
Arr at Honoiulu uct ll ;
ctll; sld Oct 26 for Mtj
1 ; sl'd Nov 25 to cnuw T
let 26 ; sl'd Nov 16 to en
Arr at Hilo, 4Jct 23 i
Arr at umotuiu, un so ; sra ov io to ers
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 21 ; sl'd Aov 28 fcr k '
Arr at Honclula, Oct 81 t
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 4 ; sTd Dee 6 to cruie
Arr at Uonoluia Nov 22 -
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 10 ; al'd Nov3 ttSli
Arrived at Honolulu Ort 3; sld Oct 15, to est
Arr at Honolulu, Nov 15 j.
Arr at Lahaina, Oct SO; sld from HunotolB 5,-.
Arr at Honolulu Aov 24
Arrived at Lahaina Sept 22 ; 'sld Ort 16 h J:
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600 wh ; rone to Japaa nr
Arrat Lahaina, Oct 23; al'd Nov 15 for KIlj
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28 ; sl'd Dec 7 to crawl,
Lw r.k.!.. n-. .r .t', v. lit
1 0O0 ; 10OO0
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23; si'd Nov 16 to ere-if
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 29 -
Arr at Hoaolula, Oct 30 ; al'd Nov 13 to era i,
Arr at Lahaina, Nov 3
Arr at Honolulu Aov 26
Spoken Aognst C, 1 wbale
Arrived Honolulu Ang 17 sld tVpt 3, cktab
Arr at Homlulu. Nov 10 I
Arr at Latalna, Oct 30 ; sTd Nev 22 toenwif
Arr at Honoluro, Oct 30 ; al'd Nov 13 to em
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 14 ; aTd Nor 4 fcr Cal is
Arr at Hooolulu No 29
Arr at Hoookitn. Nov 22 ; sTd Dee 6 to enna
Arr at Hilo, Oct 27 ; Honolulu. Nov
Arrat Hilo Aov 25; Lan. Dee 1 t sI'dDtrlk
Arr at nononun, uct ZB ; al'd Nov 26 to
Arr at Honolulu, Ort 24
Arrived at Lahaina Oct ; sld Oct IS for S I
Arr Honolulu Aug 1 ; sld Aug 17 IrS.ls
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 17 ; sl'd Nov 9 to cruis
1100 12000 j
750 ; rtJOO
Arr at Hooolulu Oct 13 t sl'd Nov 2 for Mors
arrived at Honolulu Oct 8; sailed Oct 13 to e
Arr at Lahaina Nov 11 ; sl'd Aov r for JV I
Arr at Oct 23 ; sl'd Nov 10 to cruis
...1 950Q;Tsit reywt st New HMland. April 11
1000 .... Last report on New Zealand
lot)'.... Mav 6, saiied fm Taicahuano to trv
, . . On New Zealand, clean
27 At Paita Sept
500 .... ApnL 1858, sailed from Taksluaa ,
150 .... April, 185d, off Paita
724 300 At Paita Sept 11
900 Off-shore ground. 1858
800 630 June 1858, at Tombes
... J..--On Japan. July 20. 1 whale -
5o0.... Last on New Talan.l
700 April, 1858, sailed from Talcfcav
200 On New Zealand
1300 Off Feejees, June 22, '5$
700 800 Off Paita, May 21
Last at Tahiti
200'.... On New Zealand
uice ,3 n
HathawY N B'65
'Wood, ;N B'67
Worth, ,S B'57.
j I ) ' I f
Keyraun, : n miiw
tltornin. N B.'57. 60
.. June 10, off Paita
WP5 600 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25; sTd S.-lt
!N B '56
...'ApriL185l, sailed ftrva Tslcahasa
... April, 1858, sailed frees TalcataMi j
N B '56
150 March. lttS. safled front Tskabtt
100 May, 1858, off Paita
. Jaly 6, sailed from Tamil
X Br57 120'. .. . January, 1853, South Paeac
rill, .SB," 650.... Jane, 1S5S, off Paita -
THE CXDERS1GXED HAVING Bit'
X. "f -aaaJSjCTl ajMaalsimTal MIT ptTPai aVAsaa ' 'J , f
C. H N A LI 1X1, son of Charlea Eaaaina.of
givw notice to all Twrsous tndeteed him to mt
paytaent ; and aO pcraws harfng claim aeain ,
hereby req nested to present the sank? to J.
Ttrrahi. - J. W. ArfTC f
Fen.3S.lS53. ST-tf C. SASAA ,
THE CNDERSIGNED. GCARD!
the person and property of WILLIAM C
son ofCKanaina. af Honatata, hcrebv forbid sef rT
Ing the said W. C LanalQa, as (rota this dat '7,
del.cra.aedbykma. J. W
Feb. 21. 1855. - f7-tf C.R'
a a V . nrncnvs ii4nvn
4 a. arasBsw sae win pssase pmseni s m , ,
diateiy aad taosa indcttod nreutuaed te i
their aeeooats irai be eft with an atuwaey fc,0T
rr Tlie sanscrfher Wrbr rives nottce that be " '(
debts Mtrtraeted wttaoat bis wrttaen csder. r..(ii
Honokuta, Aprfl SO. 1SSS, 95-tf
A V M. W -Ma
THE CNDERSIGNED WILL
cetve WpoeHs in the Oastasa Hoase m3rlpl
rccwlsti.stm.arW thiaaay. AH arucks on oepsss
eaa rrsnala nntil tt is cnaveniest to reaaovt 'ppjU
. Honolulu, July L.1S5S. p5-tf
S 7.SAVIDCK BEGS TO lXT-
friends, aa a awataal pswdw,bvi
tba money, a wtsuen order, r a passage
-sr nvRrnr citkv. that I
1 P. i. HEY DON aa say Arret, with Po
ta - I
altotuaasy-abawneetrssa the frfaads. . f&
. asoaawara, mam 1S isan. wo-sr
IHE CNDERSIGNED III'
Sam. T KmliM B -1.4. t.,
Svea aotare as aD SMrmsVaving desaands arain
to twt the aacae aad all persons Indebted "
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