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. EXTRACTS ,
Frat a jMnal Kept tke Skores
Of tke Ockottk Sea.
A Sofxcm Stokx is ni Ocnotsx. Aca. Sd.
Tkia day a nia and th under storm, with driving fog.
The thunder rolled beavilj in the East, bat I did not
observe any lightning. The BaseUn merchants with
whom I in to travel to TaTeek, bare got within
twelve nDe of this city from Ochotsk city, but find
the riven so svoUea from the nine that they cannot
pea them with their heavy laden hones. Weexpeet
them by ta-morrow. J - ""
Moubo Amt Thx Srouc. I got op earlier than
nsoal this morning and sallied oat to take a look at
the weather. -The fog had settled down on the low.
Issda-which gave everything a. doll, sombre look,
bat the morning ran rose bright end clear, end
panted the Cast wM his beeatifal rij?, dissipating
the vapors.' The swallows and chip-birds were skip
ping about oe the grass and singing as cheerfully m
though it was the opening of spring.: In the rear of
the town rose the lofty highlands, which, range all
along this const, their ravines still filled with snow,
which, glistening in the rys of the sun, presented n
beautiful appearance. This, too, in August; but I
am in latitude 60 North. I ma told they never lose
sight of enow here, r-.3 year round. During any
wssTV I tmlr a Irmk at the rjotaia fiell. and found tbev
were growing rapidly, as were the turnips. The po- I
tntoes, si I mentioned before, are planted and tended ;
by the women. - One potato is put into a little hole
made with the hands, then another six inches from
the first and so on, till the row is completed. A
trench in then dug on each aide of the row, in order
that the water may drain off. In this climate the
ground remains froten till late in the season, and
the thawing produced by the summer sun, would kill
the potatoes without the expedient of draining the
ground. This is no doubt the reason that so few
vegetables are raised here. By careful observation, I
conclude there is about ten acres of land under culti
vation, and one would think there would be more,
when we remember bow mech they must stand in
need of vegetables during the long winters, to vary
the fish and milk diet which is so universal.
A Coon ILact- The men returned to-day with
large quantities of fish, having been very successful.
The women I have frequently noticed going down to
the boats oo their return and carrying the fish up to
the cleaning table by hand. It looked rather hard to
see the women tru-lging through mud and water with
a large salmon in each hand, while the men stood
idling about. But it is their custom. To-day, one
of the young men, moved perhaps, by a touch of gal
lantry, harnessed fire dogs to a half of an old canoe
npon which he piled the fish, which the dogs drew up
the beach with all ease, and apparently were greatly
pleased with their employment, jumping and frisking
about in high glee.
A Lmscss Dat To-day for some reason, was a
leisure day among the people. It was also a beauti
ful day the sun shone clear and warm and the air
was mUL M-iny of the people passed aad repassed
the bouse in order to get a look at the " Americans-y "
as they call me. Numbers of the more respectable,
or perhaps the more wealthy, (synonamous terms in
this world) came in and sat down to bare a chat with
me as well as they were able. As near as I could
make out they have a very exalted opinion of the
general good qualities of the Americans, though they
seemed slightly put back when I made them under- '.
stand, in answer to inquiries, that our national rett- I
- r .lt: n. I r .v.i:.. k- '
glOQ WW DM lUHMKt i nuiv vwwuv i; j-
ply te their church, which is the Greek.
Two FiXLOW-CocxTRTifXX. I wag informed this
morning that two American sailors were at Caraxofka, '
about seven miles from here. I bad made up my .
mind to go and see them; when I was prevented by j
their arrival. Their names were J. W. A. Cowan, of
Bangor, aad Charles Grant, ef Portland. Me,, de- j
serten from the ship Waiter Scott. They stated
that tbev deserted on account of ill-treatment. Be !
that as it may, they seemed to be active, intelligent,
and agreeable young men. I advised them to remain
here, and accompany me te the westward when the
earavas arrives. They left the boat in what is called
Hone-shoe RJ somo forty miles from here, but
owing to the rugged nature of the country and the
numerous rivers, they had traveled upwards of two
hundred miles in coming here. The last four days
they had been without food, and were pretty well used
np. The people generously received them, and, to
the best of their abilities, ministered to their wants.
Arrival or rax Cabatas. To-day, August 6.
beinc the second fine day. the Russian caravan of
traders arrived from Oebofck city, en route for Tar
visk. ". I was introduced to the leading merchant, a
young man by the .name of Bragin. . lie is the son
of a rich merchant ef the city of Esihegar, the
most southern 'settlement in this sea. He makes
this journey twice and sometimes three times a
year," carrying ' supplies of foreign luxuries, such
as tea, coffee and 'flour, which they cannot ob
tain from any other part of the coast. The inhab
itants of Esihegar are made up more of the mixed
races than the other settlements ; the real Russian
preilomi nates, next comes the Coesacks, and last and
least, the Tongude, or Tartars, the original inhab
itants. rTe are to start to-morrow for Tarvesk, a dis
tance of 105 miles, H 8. by compass, but the route
which the caravans are obliged to pursue makes it 400
miles. Were it winter time, the direct route would
!e taken with dog teams over the snow, but it would
be impossible for horse to ascend and descend these
rugged mountain. Dos can make a track in the
enow and pas safely over places when a horse would
sink out of sight.
Tax Fa in CooTXAXn. I saw to-day a beautiful
young girl of about sixteen busily engaged in sewing
a pair of raw-hile boots. The tops and legs wen of
nn tanned cowhide, and the role of seal skin, also un
taaned. I was surprised to find that she had no awl,
and that the needle was about the ordinary siae of a
tailor's needle, and with this she worked away with
all the eaae of a Lynn shoemaker, with kit awl and
waxed end. These bouts are universally worn, in all
weathers, and an said to be water-proof. The thread
was etwe kinds deer sinews and horse hair.
Ox TBS Roctx. We left Eaeer to-day at noon,
after bidding a kind farewell to alL Though aax
kms to get oo shipboard again, still I find it hard
leaving these people. I never in any of my travels,
by sea or land, waa better treated than I have been
here. My best wishes are for the welfare of the aim
4kearted dwellers en the shores of t9c Ochotsk Sra.
We did not get Ur the first day after leaving En ear,
owing te some lefiactoij pak horses that had bxn
purchased at Ochotsk city." Two of these apparently
had some old grudge between them, and every time
they use near each other a fight ensued. Our route
lay along the sea shore, aad onee, ia one of their bat
tles, they rushed into the water.. Then was quite a
sort 0B, and the eonsequenee was that pretty much
I1 their loading ef dry goods, Ac, was spoiled before
gettiag thera out.- ' I never saw such savage beasts
before they had bitten great pieces of akin and flesh
the stxe of my hand from each others, sides. Coming
to a stream we unloaded the hones and swam them
to the opposite side, while the goods wen ferried over
ia a boat. ; Here we found the little town of Caras
efka, where we remained two days, waiting for the
rest of our company. On the 12th August we wen
fairjy underway, with fifty-seven horses and sixteen
mull' thewjh owe of my eompaniona, if possessed of
aswul, i b eetB to be a wan of the fact, as I never
kenrd Lisa nor than grunt during the twenty days
I waa isa aToiI Our jounwy wee all up mountains
and down ravine, over rocks aad sroee rivers. The
distance acoompGahed per diem was about twenty
mi, though one day we made forty miles, the trav
eling being good and the provisions getting short.
At nishC comlnj to a small stream, we speared three
dozen fine to salmon ia a eery short time, and thus
replied oar elect. The horse, also liixuriatedon
the wild eats) which grew ia abundance in this valley.
6 Board ma fiair Acanr-Without meeting
aar iaelt wVfertSowJarixiaj
Pat Tewa eat the Uh of September, and on the 1 6t h
(to-day) I rejoined my old ship which I left four
months ago. Twenty-fin yean age to-day I joined
the shin Edward Qmtnell, of Fall River, for a
whaling voyage to the Pacific In my short life of
thirty-nine years I have passed through many strange
The Presidency of Oaho College.
The Trustees of this institution were no
tified, at a lecent meeting, by President
Beet with, that in consequence of the pro
tracted indisposition of his wife, and the de-
cuiea opinion oi ner pnysicuui um ncaiui
would not be permanently improved while
residing in a tropical climate, he must re
sign his situation as President. This an
nouncement has filled the minds of the trus
tees, stadents and friends of the institution
with much sadness and perplexity. They
had been fondly and confidently looking to
him as just the roan whose abilities and qual
ifications most eminently . fitted him to pre
side over the infant Seminary, and secure
for it that public sympathy and pecuniary en
dowment so much needed at the present cri
sis. As he has, however, intimated that he
will not retire for a full twelve month, allow
ing sufficient time for a successor to be chos
en, we cannot but earnestly hope and fervent
ly pray, that the cause of his resignation be
ins: happily" removed by a kind Providence,
he may long remain to perfect that system of
education which he has so happily inaugur
ated. It affords us sincere gratification to an
nounce that this important step has not been
taken, in consequence of any fears in the
President's mind that the institution was pre
maturely undertaken or would not succeed.
He has not intimated a thought in that direc
tion. The Trustees entertain no such views.
They are constantly becoming more deeply
impressed with the necessity and importance
of building up an institution where the founda
tions have been so auspiciously laid. Its en
dowment vmit be secured. The rising gen
eration must be educated here, although oc
casionally individuals may go abroad. Most
sadly should we deprecate a retrograde ten
dency in this enterprise. There must not be
one backward step. If, in the Providence of
God, our respected President feels that ne
cessity compels him to retire, there must an
other be sought out, chosen and sent hither,
unless he can be found upon the islands.
Punahou (new spring) must continue to send
forth its pure mountain stream ! The noble
and generous spring that gushes from its soil,
sending forth its perennial current to freshen,
gladden and fertilize the broad plain, happily
typifies that intellectual, moral and spiritual
stream which, we trust, may never cease
flowing from that collegiate institution so long
as our islands remain the cherished and hap
py abode of human beings. Nature and
Providence indicate that at that favored spot
there shall continue to exi?t a never-failing
fountain of learning and science.
We are elad to know that the noble men
who conduct the world-wide operations of
the American Board of Foreign Missions at
Boston, take enlarged and correct views up
on this subject. They see and realize that
should the Sandwich Islands be left without
a college, university, or such an institution
as this seems designed to be, the crowning
work of the great Protestant Missionary en
terprise in the North Pacific would be incom
plete. Every civilized, educated and Chris
tian nation must have an elevated institution
of learning, well officered and well endowed.
We are hopeful for the future, and sincerely
trust that the Rev. W. P- Alexander, who
has recently embarked for the eastern States,
may succeed in securing funds for an ample
endowment, and, if it finally appears neces
sary, also of selecting a new President.
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BT JAMES J. JARVES ESQ.
THE UNDERSIGNED ba received by the ahip r
sa ar , from Boston, the following late publication,
by Mr. Jarvea. formerly of Honolulu j .,
KIANA, a Talk or ILiwah.
This work is founded oo ooe at the ancient tradition of the
navaiiaos. and illa?tratee their ancient coAncna and habit. It
to dedicated by tbe Author to Ilia Majesty Kacehameha IT.
ART HINTS, os Arcihtixttre, Sctuttk and
Painting By J. J. Jarve.
ineric ha at lat ftuord writer wboaoay belp to edu
cate her in art, ruide brr infant step to point out the pit
falia that Mrround the pilgrim of art." London Jtkeneum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES Bj J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d eei.,
- iritboat question, one of the raciest books erer wiitteo on
Parisian Ute and aumutn. B ftan Pom I.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations Bj J.
"Tbe sketches of which this volnie is composed, are not only
spirited but tafermtaa;. They furnish aai mpresshre Me of the
eraadewr and tbe icVu-y aad the degradation and shame of mod
ern Italy." Hvm Jnml.
H-tf For sale by II- M. WHTTSir.
JUST RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIVALS
from Boston and Ban Francisco, and ft sale by tbe nnder
sixned, Patent rrttta percha propelEncpeodU,
Boxes Fiber's poiyfrade penriia. a superior article,
Saperur white aad bu7 letter aad not envelopes, fmnsaed,
De do and fancy note aad letter paper,
Rhoades A Dons' macuae fur the desk.
Pine ivory pocket tablets, .
. Bcsjeam Ak for the packet.
iJaucTs extra fine carmine ink,
lo da - da Mae do, (cones.)
'If o do steel pen (once,)
Pencil slmrpenera, penholders, letter limps, and a
A flue assortment of inkstands.
127- h. m. wnrrsET.
' OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BT
113-tf - H- M. WHIT SET.
JUST RECEIVED BT "CAXDACE."
WESTPHALIA HAMS, RAISINS IN QJU
aad half bote. Currants m rwtsii ars. At
llS-f - SAM. SiVrix?ETJ .
L AH A IN A, S. I.
GILM AN Ac CO. ARE
bvw receirbir their
2?IIarriet A Jessie,
WHICH THAT OFFER FOR SALE W AS FATORABXB
TERMS AS AXT ESTABLISHMENT OX THE ISLANDS.
A mrre assortment of Skip Cballerr
. Fresh Groceries, Prortooas, Oothinr, .
Paints, 0s, Boot and Shoes,
American, CaTtflirnian and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, in abort cask;
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beef, Hswaiian packed Beef, waaaajrrKD;
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Bams.
Ko. 1 brown sugar. Crushed sugar,
- No. 2 brown sugar, Loaf sugar,
Svrnp, Boxes salt,
Molaxaes, BNs vinejrar,
Chests tea. Boxes raisins.
Fine oolong tea, ttwcoUte
Split peas, CoOee,
Assorted siiccs, Ac
Buitod Enseed oil. Spirits turpentine,
Kxtra white lead. Black paint,
Pure white lead, Potty, chalk,
Prussian blue, BNs coal tar.
Chrome yellow, Paint brushes.
Chrome preen, Pencil brushes,
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis & Bros fresh Presenredl Meats
Roasted anil boiled beef, mutton, .
Aasurted soups, tripe, chicken,
Clams, corn, beets, ass'd pictlra, .
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip bropans, buff bropans.
Heavy brorans, boys' bnvana.
An assortment of ladies' and
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of tbe celebrated Toreie Irons, Boat's Buffs Bow Locks,
and llorpoons. from Durlee A Co. aad lean
A IriR, of New Bedfnr .
New Bedford made Tow line, Manila Cordare,
Hemp Cordage, RaUUnjr stuff,
Spunjarn, . Oakum.
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boats, 14, 16, 17 and 15 feet.
Sheet kad,marlin spikes.
Copper and iron tackle, Copper and iron screws,
Caulkinr irons. Assorted hammers,
Assorted hatchets. Assorted files,
Rrass and iron chest locks, Aurer I its.
Door locks, riroiets, compssees, Screw drirers,
Knives and drks, Vestemholm knives.
Pocket knires. But Jier aurres.
Snip scrapers. Raging leather.
To tbe Owsrrs. aad Prrscas Interested ia
Whaleskips in llie Pacific Ocean.
Orrica or tbs Paxsma Rah-Rc Compaxt, 1
X s w Y osa. July 20. 1 8S7.
The Panama Rail-Koad Company take this method
vt informing U-ose interested 1 1 the Whaling busi
ness, ft the advantages oft r.-d by the Railroad
across tbe IsUimus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the Vnited States, .jd f"T sending- out
fits and supplies from the L'nited States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful (operation tr
more ' two years, and its rapacity for tfce transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has been fully tested. Tbe attention of several Catains of
whaieshins has recently hern tamed to the lubjrt of shipping
their oQ from Panama to New York during the present seaon,
and the Panama Rail-Rnad Cotnany has mwlr arransements
to affurd every fscility which may be reuutred tr the accom.
pUshment of this Important c-ct- A Pier, 150 feet kmg, has
bren built in the ty of Panama, to tire end of vuk-ti Freit-'ht
Cars are run to receive canriea (ran lrrhters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same akxirvkte of vessels at A spin
wall. Vessels ( fnn 2u0 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mod at low vatrr.
Tbe vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, he
looking to the P.ail-Rod Cnmpany, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
under shraagb Bills af Lading at the rate of seven
cent per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cento per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, chaiyiug for
the capacity of tbe casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whakrbuoe, one and ar-ttmil ceiita per found. This charge
covers every expense nun Panama to New York, in case
tbe oil is sect Ujvuh tbe Superintendent ur Cotumcrcial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Comiuuiy, insurance xcejaed. The
freights may be made payable oo the Isthmus or in New York
at tlx option of tbe shipper.
The vrssels of the Cuuiany sail regularly semi-monthly, and
tbe average passages to and from Apinwall are alwut twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. OU, 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 bare already been conveyed to New York with
out tbe slightest loss.
Oil or other guuds consigned for transportation t tbe Super
intendent of the Panama Kail-Road Company, or to W i 1 1 la as
Iasn. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with tbe greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is ireared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. P. JOY, Secretary
FSKDEBIC L. HAXK.4,
Agent Panama R. R. Co Honolulu S. I. 64 13m
NOTICE TO WHALEMEN !
THE GOVERNOR OF Cl'A M, (Ladrone Islands)
oa the date id March, has appointed -
lt The Whaleships visiting that Island must pay the port
charge in the first place where they may anchor, but nothing in
the other ports, for ooe seas-jo, and also uotaiug if they do not
2d. Shipment will be permitted to every native who may like
for the time and destination that the Captains may contract,
without any security or restrictions.
3d. Gold and silver coin of tbe I'nited States shall be accepted
in payment for its full value, without discount, in the same man
ner as the SpsnUh, and South and Central American coins.
4th. Tbe said Governor has sent to Thomas Spencer, in Hono
lulu, all Bills of Exchange that Captains had deposited in tbe
Governor's hands for security of natives shipped in 1&54 and '57,
for the purpose of distributing to every Captain, and to cancel
Mi. The Governor also intends, for the benefit of Captains, to
change his resilience, during the present year, to the Agat Bay,
on the south part of the Apra Port, and no more distant from it
than one mile. The said Bay is a very good place for anchorage
without a pilot's assistance. Boat can land ad take water,
aad every supply necessary to tbe vessels.
(Signal) D. V. L. CORTE.
Guam, 8th March, 1858. lli im
OF WHALESHIPS AXD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Kotom at
$ i per cord ; fresh beef at 4 ceuts per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head ;
and gnats at $1 30 bead. Also at the port of Ilanalei, wood and
beef can be had at tbe same rate. The Harbor of Ilanalei is on
the North VTrst side of the island, and has safV and good an
chorage in from to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also Le had at Nawiliwili at tbe same rate as above. Also frui.s
and vegetable! of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT' Wood alwavs on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CIIARMAN.
.- THE UXOERSICXED. AT KEALA--77
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish Ships with
Salt and Fresh Beef, Sheep, Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc., etc-, equal to any on tbe Sandwich Islands.
Kealakekua, 3c. 1648. 121 -am
To Whalemen !
G- IV. M ACT would respectfully solicit tbe same pa .
trooage heretofore enjoyed by tbe old firm of Macy A
Law, at the established Iepnt for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef. Mat taw,. Park. Paallry, and also the eels
bratod KAWA1HAE POTATOES.
Tbe above articles can be furnished at tbe lowest rate, and in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
old by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
Tr N charge made oa iocerisland eachange.
-,1-tf , O. W. MACY.
Storage at Kavraihae !
THE UNDERSIGN ED IS PREP A RED
-lVj3 to receive ships' provisions on storage at the lowest mar
V ' V ket rates. Lighter furnished for landing, and deliv
ering all goods stored.
Y. b. Constantly oo hand Irish Potatoes and Hawaiian
Berf. G- W. MACY.
Kawaihae, November IS, ISM. 12-3m.
XCnORS. CHAIXS. CORDAGE, le
T5 Coils Manilla, 11 to 44 inch,
M Russia tarred Ropr, H to 7 do.,
6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 Iba '
3 Chain Cables, ) i hjch, 70 fathoms emch,
5 of beat pattern Ships' Cabooses patent of 1854, .
15 Cabin Stove, for coal or wood.
For sale low by (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING
" OAK PLAXK, 4;e. -
Hard Pine Plank,
Sprace Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
llt-tf CHAS. BRRWER, 2d.
CSSIA CORDAGE. SPUN YARN,
Martin, sewing; Stuff, Flag Line, Hooks and Thimbles,
Doable and single Mock, White Lead. Chroma Green.
Chmme Tellow, Prussian Brae,
Rngiish boiled Unseed OO, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
- - ' IL IIACKFXLD A CO.FJ
ANCHORS AND CHAINS
TfJEW ENGLISH AKCnORS, FROM
1 to WOO pounds;
New English Stud and Shackle Chain Cable, 1 1-1 to 1 inch,
84-tf For smle by A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
. DUNGS ! BUNGS !
CASK BUXCS, ASSORTED SIZES,
for sal by CHAS. W. FOX,
' . Cabinet Maker and Turner, '
. Hotel street, near Fori.
Assarted sise for sal by
TT. A. ALPR1CV.
E17 GOODS ! WEW GOODS !
, JUST RECEIVED
Prom Boston TJiroot
: AND NOW FOB SALE.
-m Tk BARRELS CAROLINA RICE: :1
JL J 1 bale dove; .
ft bags peppn ,
1 keg nutmegs: - ,
10 boxes corn starch;
W kegs split peas?
10 half bbki currants;
100 half bo ices raisin; '
100 quarter boxes raisins; ...
100 boxes Winchester S. W. soap; -10
boxes saleratus, (1 tb paper;)
Oo quarter boxe sardines; "
2S e-r "St. Cair and " fptco's" tobacco S, 100 m each;
S case Sweet Orange eaveBdish tobacco 100 h each;
ft eases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 201b ea;
half boxes double refined loaf sugar; ' -50
half bbls do do crushed sugar
a No. 4 whalemen's casabooses, with extra copper fiitttres;
10 No. S faroroe pattern "Roger WUUams" stoves, eomplete,
with pipe and fixture th bast pattern ever imported InU
Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves has beea sold
by toe subscriber, and ia no ease has any complaiut been
made. . .
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
52 dosen 2 ft tins oysters oest, put up expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten days of tailing of 44 Syren
20 do 1 ft tin oysters;
JO doa 1 ft tins green corn; - N
20 do 1 ft tins fresh clams;
40 doa 2 ft tin do do; .
20 do I ft tin lobsters;
80 do 2 tb tins preserved meaty;
43 tins smoked herring;
10 do cans (1 ft) raspberry jam;
10 doc cans do trawberrie, preserved;
4 do preserved peaches, t2 ft cans);
8 doa apple pulp, do;
SO do Yerda! olives;
60 doc 1 ft cans assorted soaps;
20 doc 1 ft cans soup and boullie;
10 doa 2ft cans chicken;
10 doa 2 ft cans turkey
20 doa 2 ft cans assorted broths;
a bbls cider vinegar;
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 do denim pants;
12 do red flannel shirts;
10 doc blue do . do;
3 doc grey do du;
25 doc each linen drill frocks and pants
28 dis angola gents' half hose;
22 doc do ribbed do;
5 cases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheetings;
5 bales Western State 4-4 brown do;
5 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
5 case Shetucket blue drills;
3 bales Pepperel Bra do;
5 cases Merrimac two blue prints;
2 bales Thomdyke ticks;
2 bales Imperial royal bio flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 ft blankets all wool;
2 cases extra nne saun jeans;
6 bbls cotton twine, I
4 cases do do. i
6 and 7 th'd;
100 riding saddles, (complete);
10 doc charcoal irons;
25 dnc heavy handled axes u rnderhill s";
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
50 nests ICngham boxes;
50 nets covered Dockets
10 dux 3-hoped painted pails;
15 nests (8 in nest) do pails;
20 hags shot;
b cases stout brogans;
400 16. 17 and 18 feet oars;
50 hnks cotton dock, No 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.
Winra sad Spirit.
50 10-gallnn kegs Mononthrla whisky; '
50 10-gatlin kegs N. E rum;
60 10-gallon kegs American brandy;
10 cases Boker's bitters;
50 cases champagne cider;
50 il pints Albany ale;
50 do do do porter.
Ex "Mountain Wave."
800 gallons het boiled oil;
75 Teiiisee riding saddles complete;
2000 fts navy bread;
50 half bbls crushed suear;
25 hair boxes lf do:
2i Uxuth casks American brandy.
Ei " Young Greek."
16, 17 and 18 feet ;
oils ea. Manila rope, 11. 1, H, 2, 2i, 2, 21,3 ta
half cotton duck, Xus 2, 3, 4, 5 6, 7, a, .
kegs assnrte.l nails;
fts Ptusmsu blue paint;
lbs chrome yeliaw do;
tbs chrome green do;
fts French blue;
X ". 4 slows - RogrT Williams;"
eases hfs. 1 ft papers;
blits extra prime pork;
bbls Gallrgo flour ;
fts pilt bread;
fts uavy bread;
tius a.'Sfrted crackers;
half MU new Uusben butter;
half bill ttew sixties;
small cheese, in tins;
wbnle boxes raisins;
nan an lo;
boxf-s S. W. soap;
casks JCuite curnuiU;
kits o 1 mackerel;
cases (20 ftw) bags table salt;
cases lrtxun's half ft tolarco;
boxes cliamagne cider;
boxes porter piuts 100 dozj
bob) ohl Biurbon whisky;
lOaHoo kegs prime Bourbon whisky;
ft-gallon keg do do do;
2-tallcm kegs suprrior and extra whisky;
octaves "Rivierre" brwdy:
do IHnet Ca.tinon A Co." brandy:
quarter eauks Duff Gordoo" pale shrrrj-;
bales gunny bags;
dos grey fl:tnnel sbirt;
d scarlet do do;
doc blue do do;
dnx deuim pauts,
d denim frocks:
bales Am-s'exg sheetings 1-4 brown;
bales do drills do;
bales Otis denims;
hales Cordis drills 1-4 brown;
ease Lancaster stripe;
case Anchor dn;
hnlf btil bide poUon.
J. C. SPALDlStL
TMiE SIKSCRIBER IS COXSTAXTLT
receiving, from the manufacturers direct, the best qualities j
offresh - I
Pcire," - i
" Xs. 1"
White lead, ground in the best boiled LnsIiKb oil, and is au
tlMrised to contract at lower prices than the present market
J. C. SPALDING.
Tlaaolulu. June 9, 1857. 50-f
pQtJ FEET, 2 IXCII, 87 TO 30FEET
217 Ive 1 J inch, 25 to 28 fet long.
586 feet, 1 inch. 12 feet and upwards.
Of New Hampshire pasture oak, selected by a shipbuilder, and
expected by Mountain Wave," Septemlier 20. is oflered ft
ale by 112-tfJ C. II. LEWKRS, Fort street.
PIANOS I PIAXOSI PIANOS!
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned instrument of
the above makers, through IriHr. Badger ti Listsleav
kerjrr, Soli Agkxts for the Pacific erajL .
Plans and style can be seen at our off ce. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. A 11 r. PUOR.
LATE ARRIVALS A
assortment of Light Ciothinc, vis :
White linen duck and drill pants.
do - do do
Brown do do
do do do
Fancy plaid coats.
Fancy check coats.
Black alpaoea coats.
At wholesale by C. A A II. F POOR.
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scale;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scale.
All stse of tbe above for sale by
B. V. SNOW.
WHIFFLETREES. CHAIN'S &.c
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES Si. CHAINS,
Kxtra sised narrows.
For sale bv
119 tf CHA8. BREWER, 2d.
Dana's Coral Reefs and Islands.
A FEW COPIES OF THE LAST EDITION
of this valuable work just received and tor sale $1 25
by . 126-lm) H. M. WUITNKY.
SUGAR, SYRTJPS AND MOLASSES,
T1ROM THE NEW CROP. FROM THE
r EAST MAUI PLA.XTATIOJT.
For sale by (36-tf) H. II ACKFKLD A Co.
A SMALL QUANTITY OF PURE FINE
BRAN UT, warranted superior to any in the market.
Also Case genuine llostetter' bitter. For sale by
f5-tf J. C. SPALDING.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
6 4 flHARLKS HEIDSIECK At CO." Tb best
j Wine ever drank on these Islands. For sale bv
115-tf C L. RICHARDS A CO.
BOURBOX AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
OLD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
ky, in 10-rallon paekages, in bond or duty paid, for aale by
llft-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
1TBRT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
T with Slat or Wooden Bed, and PHELAST4 CKLK
B RATED COMBINATION CC8HI0NS, sU complete. Also
On hacd, extra Cloth, Bails, Cues, TT ax, Pockets, Ate- Apply Us
105-a K. 0CRGAS&
C0ZZENS' PALE SHERRY. j
COZZENS PALE SO ERR Y The fines wiaeever
issported for sale by
llS-ef . C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
IEW GOODS I HEW CJOODS !
Just Re celled. ,
Buck rtic4,chiriaaidle, knife cteiners, - . -SsfKy
fuse, bead and awuklmg Pff; - -Carpet
hammer, bliod hinge, wrought n
Seioetwine, IffurJ-s stuJy U fih sod chalk I..". .
Gun nipples, uperior needles, shot helU,
Plated castor, plated fcrk sl 'lnf.
Plated deasert knives, wire rat tr.p.
Penca harpeoers. .hingiins batchy fPPJf"'
Spirit levelaTtea traya, Uorse hc, d.
- Oxbows and ox yokea, corn hellers, grain cradle.
House paper, sasorted, pod and ceDterbiu,
Enaneied dox for carriare tps, new saddK,
. rmished grlndstrHses, grindstone flrturev
l&ttl ,ttTnIed lanterns.
Bras screw rings, nest trunks, wul rods,
.Glased ah, 8x10, 10x12,
Door, and bUivs, f. 1 inch and If Inch hose.
Hair doth, curled hair, feather pillow.
Looking giasaev, luh and grs scytoes, .
Heavy log chains, cast steel P'. v. ,M
Sliding door tocki mortice chia-K br cocks, as d,
Iron braces, bag shot, cotUt and tieadpUDe,
Pick b smiles, jnck a&d smoothing plane, .
Trr sod steel squares, hand scres, aasortea,
8c vthe stone and riffles, sash fasts, clout nails,
liritannia Sea aad coffee pots, bake kettles,
Drawing knives, GUlot's pen, 303, fW. . -
Citamring, powder fiasks. ivory handled Inj
Rjtersly'. percussion caps, sdver thimble,
i&kowed acLciWix hatchets, ?.
Porcelain picture knobs, rasor strops and rators.
Zinc washboards, wheelbarrows, hay cutters.
Tinned spurs, harueas leather,
Harne, Japsai. bras and Uver mounted,
BuggytopaTiolar lamp, assorted, olr wicks,
Britannia lamps, shovels and tongs,
Rxtra handles for Eagle plow No. 2,
Flat Swede's iron, assorted, - .
i Inch and 0-16, i square, Swede' iron,
i, , i Inch round iron, nesU buckeU and boxes,
tingje and double bedsteads.
Dry Goods, Sic.
Extra .kirts, rattans, Scotch diaper and napkins.
Printed jaconet muslins, fast colors, , .
Turkey red prints, small figure,
Fine prints, white ground,
Curtain cord, paper, cambric.
Ladies' and gents' L. C. handkerchiefs.
Child's and misses' white hose,
4-4, 5-4, 6-4 and 11-4 sheeting,
Brown drilling, brown cottons, ticking, uVf.
And a great variety of Goods, in store and to arnve.f.- sale ty
na-tf . .. " '
COR. MERCHANT AD FORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEN SEL
ected by the Seuwr Partner of the firm, with a perfect
1 nowleige of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, aad having been purchased at LuM" FIGURED, will be
sold at ML CH 1W ER RATLd than have ruled in this market
in past years. Citiaens and etrangers are respectfully invited to
ea!l and see fr Otetnaelves. A. S. A M. S. GRINBAL'M.
Houolulu, Sept. 9, V58. 115-tf
Wool, Goat Skins, Hides,
Dl'RCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
Dl'RCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
JL ket rates, by
C U AS. BRWR.2o.
Old Copper. -
Old Yellow .Metal.
PURCHASED AT TKE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rate, by 110-tl CHAS. BRKffEk.il).
norGIIT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH-
L EST CASH MARKET PRICK, by
KRCLL A JtfOLL.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED:
COILS XEW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale fine;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets
WhaUrocu's skip cKhinsr, viz :
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flanuei shirts;
Gray do do;
Striped flannel drawers;
lied flannel do do;
Russia caps aud tarpautiu hats;
VTooien stockings, sucks and mittens;
Rest yellow June buttt-r, in double packages;
lriine pork ;
Carolina rice; '
Rest Rikplish boiled linseed oil;
IVst do white lead; -Rest
do black iint;
Rest do sreen paint;
4-tf A. J CARTWRIGHT.
THE I'XDF.RSICXED. AG EXT
for the sate f LaazaSa. Sprurrr J.
(Vi and R. C. Jaaisa's Hawaiiaa
Packed Brrf. has conuHly on hand and
f :r sitle DEFT of the alwve well known an-1 approved brands,
which he offers for saie at the market rates.
P. S. This Reef is pa-ked at Waitue. Hawnii. at an ek-va-ti-io
of sewral thoKsaud feet above the K-v 1 of the sea. where
the climate is cor ud well adapted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TI KK3 INLAN D SALT, by ex
jierienced peckers, and is warranted to ket-p fir 13 mnn:hs in
anvchiusuy ALEX. J. -OARrWRIGUT.
Honolulu, August ia. 114-Uaul
CITV .11 A El KET.
WILU-i3I MAXWELL, SALESMAN.
THE I'XDERSIKXED HAVING TIOI GIIT .
out the interest cf Mxxwell Beatty, in tbe above es- i
talCsltnent. situatl on Kinc street, pustt J. T. Vter- '
house's Sew Store, hope that the liberal patronspe heretofore
be;U)wel mav be continued, as no pains or truol-V- will be .
' sp-u-etl ly the inaiiager, Mr. Vim. Maxwell, in suiting the las:e
of all customers. i
Attention paid to seb-ctioo of stock, to render the quality of
meat the best obtainable.
Orders punctually attended trt. and delivered in any part of .
the city within two mil-s, free of ehsriye.
Honolulu, July 1, ISiS. 11061 '., J. L DOWeETT. i
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
riIIE Cnderrigned is prepared to receive moueys, or valSat
A ble article or small buU, oa deposit in his vault in the Post 1
OHee Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Govern men j
as thrTrcuiary.) These vaulu are consfclered fireproof, and are j
safer than any other in Honolulu. &traneers visitinfrtbe Islands, j
and seamen or officers coins to sea. and wWiine to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other articles, during their absence, will find
this deposit an accnmnydation to them. When sums of money
are left (or a term of twelve months, or longer, they can be in
vested or not, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums nr valua
bles deposited. 11. M. WHITNEY.
- Honolulu, Oct-1857. 70-tf
just keceivedT- T
LADIES' SIIE LACE GAITERS
Ladies fuxed Praneais gaiters,
do velvet slippers,
do fancy buskins, ' '
Misses' fancy gaiters,
Infants boot, . X -
Men' Oxford tie,
do patent leather gaiters, .
do glove top do.
11 4-tf C. A. A H. P. POOR.
OX IIAXD. and to arrive, per "Syren."
Bars refined Iron, -
Ruodk Xail Rods,
Bundles Norway Shapes, s
For sale by - '
119-tf CHAR. BREWER, 2b.
T'UE UXDERSIGXED HAVING TAKEX
the Office attached to the "Sailors' Home," win procure
Officers and Men for whaling and other Tenets, at short notice,
and win endeavor to give vftJon to all who mav favor him
with their business. GEO. WILLIAMa,
Licensed Shipping Agent, ..
Honolnm, Sept. 1, 18&9. HV-tf
FOR S ALFf
rfTOE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
M. u Alexandra ttirip" eonsistintc of
3SO las ftteaat CmJ, . '
- . 1 I Saltpetres. - ;
Apply U ,. L. H. ANTTIOX,
S6-tf - Or to J. C. ePACLWNQ.
YELLOW METAL.COMPOSITIOX NAILS.
CASES TELLOW . METAL, Morted sisesr
30 eosec oomposttiou nails',
. Ml keg do rtv
119-tf rorsalby CHAS. BREWER, to.
- . FLOORING.
ITELLOW PIXE I 1.4, A XD SPRUCE T-9
Tongaed and grooved Flooring, per Eliza A EUa. :
-U . . v C. H. LEWER&
XE BOSTON FANNING MILL for sal by
l-u , , - , W. A. AUUCB.
t - -e
n w GrOODS
- , PER - K-
. M w f i .T If At va A V V
. a r-- Tf A If. AT His iTiiouwauo
rl ijfr, RETAIL PIRR-PROOP RMPORfCM, eoroer of
Queen and Kaahamann streets, tbe
Best and Most Extensive Stock for tke
Island Trade Ever Offered Here!
XT And invite Country Storekeepers to inspect and order. 3
TERMS QUICK !
50 CASES OF NEW PRINTS!
OF CXSCBP1SSED PITTEBJTSJ
Consisting of -
Chocolate and Red. 1
Pink and Yellow,
Lilac and Red,'
Canary and Red,
Riding Dress Prints,
Many of the Pattern of which are entirely Xew, and el welL
20 bale Brown Sheetings and Drills; .
20 bale Denims; ,
700 pair Blankets, scarlet, blue and white, vanoua auea, and
tbe MSVIKST I TB MABSCT. ,
1000 doceu SHIRTS various styles, eoosistin of GentletDeu I
fine white, fancy colored aad hickory stripes, and I nder-
Case Plaia Turkey Red. . .
Case Figured Turkey Kd
600 eases HANDKERCHIEFS, consisting of Silk. Unen, and
Musun, various qualities, and Cotton Handkerchiefs.
20 cases Silk aal CUju wiil-top CMBRELLA3.
Cases Furuiture Prints,
Cases Ulue SneeUng-.
Cases Ensiish Saddles,
Case American Saddlf
Cases Blue Cotton,
Cases Pilot Coats. ;
Cases PUVt Pants,
Cases Mcleskin pants,
Cases Figured Orleans,
Cases Plain Ipacca,
Cases White fbeetinp.
Cases White ShirUnp,
. Cases Charotal Iron, "
Case Blue Drills,
fiesta camphor Chests
Nests plain trunks
1 ease superior Brown SACKS,
Cases Victoria Lmwus.
Superfine Clothing !
cosstsnsG or . " -
Frscks, I'alelata. Paala. Veal a, Xeelt Tiea,
Hat. Caps, AcmAc
AVILLOW CARRIAGES AND CHAIRS,
U00TS AND SHOES, vabiocs,
VERY NICE CHILDREN'S SOCKS,
SATINS AND SILKS, various.
BALES BLUE, SCARLET AD GREY tTNDERSHTRTS
SALTWATER AD ENGLISH SOAP,
CASES THREAD, NEEDLES, ETC.,
ENAMELED DCCKFOR CARRIAGE TOPS,
SUNDRY FITTINGS, COACH TRtSLJONGS, ETC.,
CROCKERY WARE, ETC., HOLLOW WARE, ETC.
Assortment too Numerous to Tronble the
APPLY TO THE CNDERSIQSED.
J. T. WATERHOCSE.
TT SplrnUid Jak Lata far the Maraeaa
Society lalaad. Api4y to
JOnX T. WATERHOt SE.
Ice! Ice! Ice!
PER JI0 UNTAIN WAVE "
4 TONS FRESH POM) BOSTON ICE.
MrW f 18 patent Britannia Ice Pitchers.
3 Silver Plated lee Pitchers,
IS chest Refrigerators, ass'irted slaes,
- l'jrpri?Ut do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels.)
2 dozen Patent Ice Cream Freeaers, assM sizes,
IS Water C'lers. . -
21 Ice Cream Moulds.
The above Ice ami asjrtnient of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, have just hefn received by the above ship, and are
fcred for sale by the H0N0LL LI ICE CO.
113-tf C. II. LETTERS, Proprietor.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PUtliOA SALT WORKS!
THEI XDERSIGXED IS RE A Of TO Fl'R- J
I nish to Butchers and l"ciT, in tite larcest qu.-tntiiies,
a very sopcrx-r article. .riL to thb bpst impobtcd slt, and
at a price to DEFY COM PETITION" ? P. t- rms. pp"v to
DANIEL MONTGOMERY. "
llS-6ra - Puul w Salt Works.
TIIEXDERSIGXED wouJJ call the Arravnos of
of his Friend? and tbe Public tn his Ryds, over the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser,' lYiiMinw Office, (next to the
Post Office) where he is takinfr Pictures which, fur eieauce of
style and s oftness of tue, cannot be excelled.
Being in constant receipt of 5rw Stock, Chcwieahv Ac, he Is
preparrd to take Pictures with nil tbe latest improvements.
XT Pictures taken on OLus. Paper, Patent Lnther, India
Rubber, and 'mrramed to ci-e entire satis&ctiou.
N. B Tlie Public are invited to call and examine specunens.
ll-tf W. P. H0WLAXD, AnisU
RED WOOD. ;
ASrPERlOK LOTOFWOARllSai! CL1P
BOARlKS, f ir sale by .
1 tf -. C. H. LKWERS.
IVE EXTRA LIGHT F1XCT SULKIES,
kw saje oy lliwi) It AS. EK, 2P.
LATHS. Arr. -
PRCCE AXD PIXE LATHS. -
Whitewood Boards. For sale bv
Ilf 1 CHAS." BREWER, 2l.
-gO aflara POCXDS XAVT
A as V V W.P for sate by
ALCOHOL, HO PER CEXT. OVER PROOF.
CASES ALCOHOL.COXTAIXIXG 8 FIVE
rslioo tins each, r saie to arrive per "Svren, bv
"6-tf J. ?. 8PALDIXO.'
PWESII COVE OYSTERS, OLIVE OIL,
M? .Pickle, ham, Goshen butter, saleratus,
. Corned beef ia keifs lor UmUy use, cttoese, sacks floar, '
On hand and for sale bv
. - A." P. ETERKTT.
'' PURE CIDER VINEGAR.
&A RBLS.TO ARRIVE PER "STREX,"
W aouriy expected, for sale by
U6-tf - - - J. C. SPALPrSQ."
. s SHOOKS. . -.- v
AAA BARRELS OIL SHOOKS. to arrive
ju. 's-r w per cupper snip - syren," lor sale nr
CHAS. BREWER, to.
f7OR SALE. OXEBALEOF PILOT CLOTH
Pea Jackets, containing Ti, by
C A. A H. r. POOR.
MERCHAXTS AXD WHALER'S Kxckaaw
Blanks, is sets, for sale. $1 M per dozen.
U. M. WHTTXET.
SPRIXG DRAT. -
fE SUPERIOR N. T. SPRIXG DRAT,
VP with Harness eoaiiietaJ kw-sale br
: - CHAS. RREWRR, So-,
- : , " FEXCE POSTS! .
f AMAXI FEXCE POSTS FOR SALE BT
CHAS. BREWER to.
' HOOP IROX, fcew w
HOOP IROX. SMALL SIZES;
Rivets, awisil siaea. -
ll-tf . . t - - . For sate by CHAS." BREWER, to.
.11. T. BITEIWSE
The . UndcrsuVri!
VFFERS FOR SALE. AT THEl I
; v DRY GOODS.
. . ' Brown cottons,
tHsite cottons, shlrtinn.
"W hite cottoa drill, atadsaok.
- T.iiv 4vtlt. nrintM4 mI. .t
. ' Furniture prints, brown druiiur iJ
rancy smrw, " ". iioea nttinm iT!,'
VTI.lt mlored and fancy trioed mitr . 1
Merino anderanirtt, children's socks, mbi!
White blanket. Urge assm't of Unea driB,?
. liujCK- ana r '5-t nikihut vraaockL
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Ort-,n
-" Embr'd doth ponchos, monkey jaekeu, Rii
Tweed and other trmrarrs, wonwni tlJZ
. - Heat shoes, ladies' shoes, cnpejS
Linen camb. bdkfs, silk utektir I
Ladjea' riding hats, blue Rannel Jackeu, Ua,
CngUsh pie fruit, pickles, saa-es, buck pens-
Oingert cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, Ub'ZH
Capers, arlea aero, uaoaao mui rtnerar, Eina 1
Ehet lead, assorted English files,
Assorted hollow ware, sbeaihing tuuit,
Garden chairs, bronze hat standi. etnPi
tianasawa, saw seia, assorted ear
v.m- k. J v r. -.k. -
Cheat locks, barrel botu,
Iron wbeelharrowa, tin plate, .
Hoop iron, assorted iron, screw wool pm. I
Garden rollers, iron field rti, haoi
Barnlsaed bia, sail Deedles,
Pump tack s, electro-pUled sti
Asscbara mu4 Chain, i
fLraf-ttawl l f AV flratf Pfttaft aVrTafiV taTaVJirlr. rfn A. .
Old Tom, b-ck cratepple cider, thnry vine ttna
SHIP CHANDLER V AND SUX:?
Pire brick, blue and white: sad lies, bridlrs. K.h. . I
Liverpool pickling salt, IH. I'be packiojs.lt, pifc
Rlack, yellow and green paint, berap rope, MctU.J
. . .
Hemp canvas, osnabuir, strung wide barrinr, v,
Black smiths coal, cam Hps and other vanusbrs.
EA RTH EN W A RE.
TeDnw nappies, table es, rhsmlier aets, tea sen. i
lli.M. nLaU. kriin JM A tfih nUtM e ,t (li.W
Metsl covered jugs and pitchers, etc., etc.
1. C. WATE RMS k
Offer for Sale:
BBLS. EXTRA MESS BEEP.
V 'GOO bbl prime pork.
100 Gall-r Sour, superfine.
100 " HaxaU do do,
2i half bbls suier6oe flour, familiet,
05,01 xj lbs bread, pilot, nary and tuedium,
2i bah lbis crushed sa-ivr,
50 kees iHKter.
150 coils Sew Bedford towlines,
50 bundles nary oakum,
25 bbls pitch,
M boxe tonaeeo,
1000 calliins spirits of turpentine,
3 tm iron boop,
3o0 coils Manila c-4-dage. 5 inch, 41, 41. 1
3J. 3, 3j. 3. 2i. 2j. 21, 2, H :.d lj
50 ohIs tbvad, l Uiread and 12 thrtsa,
50 coils Russia eurdajce. "1 inch tioud.
A A, S, S, t and 1 1 luch.
25 coils ft, 12 aad 1 5 thread, seixirir, lei
line, rounding aud bouscluie,
Chain cables and ancinrs.
Copper and tron spikes. 4 and i inrlu
Ship's camboose. cwnpl, Xas. 2 sar! i
Whale irons, toggle irons.
Whale boots, -
Cotton duck. No. 2, 4, 5, and T,
10,000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine headm?,
proee flour boards.
Hard pine flooring board. .
A SMALL INVOICE OF THE
J celebrated Bitu-rs, just received per fvjET
tr saleby ll0o-tf C. L. RICUAL'
THE GOLDEN FLEECE!
Fine Wool Merino Ranis for
A VERT FIXE SELEC
taon can now be made at Louxada, epes
cer A Cow's, Lihae, Hawaii, fortv a
which are got by the matchless not
ViQresl,"' whoM sire, Lyibruuiska," siiaxU a-r"
ereat wool rmFinr Australias. bis fleece weiidiuif :
but moderabHr dean, sixteen toun.U of the tA
Lyibruinska'' was purchased by James Aitkin, k
" Vaqi Sao" was shorn in Honolulu un !er two ji
fleece weighing thirteen psunds. His preaeut Seer
Usnda, Speacer ti. Cw having just H
order fr.nn Germany, aume pure raxnns. can now iM
of their imported pure blood stud Merino, bred fa? U
Australian breeder. James Aitkin, fcq- and hint
rangements to import tbe purest animals rejrnlw
parties will do well to give their orders an-1 cms
nIIE I'XDERSIGXED OFFERS T
1 ptr" 1U.A ei RLLA," from Boston, thf te
did aseortmeot or itationery, Minnie uot ks, ana w
- S, 4, 5 ant A quire Journal, various bisii:
5, , aud o quire loiters, U
3. 4, 5 and S quire Keord Books;
3, 4, 5 al 6 quire lay Books j
3, 4, 5 ani 4 quire Log Books;
Assorted cargo iwaks; Asawtrd tack men Uxin
do tuck diaries and almanacs, tut lvw;
do - writing book, with and witlxwl cyr;
do cap ielger indices; asiVid letter hon:
200 rearos letter, cap aitd note paper;
10 d bill and aooount current paer;
100,000 ljuffand white eiivekifie. of all sii;
2. (MX) parchment and cloth envelws, 4 sll
A great rrie;y of bUnk notes, drafts and bilU o hi
Bowditch's Navigat.r; Kjcpediii"us t'alcnla!';
Nautical Almanac, for 1S5; 1"0 rr. sted w
Guaa percha pens a new artick ; -ptia bnuk
Assorted red tape; rl. fancy and bUck sealiui f
Boxes aawrted eumtixxl srals; p tumt i:ik erM.
Patent pencil slmrpeners; Wut traveling ink tJZ-Fbit-
roord and octaena rulers: tin ra-4 tnijs
Lubin,s. PahtrH and Rop-' lead p ucil; tiu
25 gr-iM red. blue anil black Ions; a"rtel osrt'i.
Assortel rtt.4i , choice rti-te: ass.ei ivury !
do - pen h-rfiler. various putterrs; jx ti r"
do - er weirl.ts: imwotUnI inkstand; thers
do nvj'tleil and plain HfK-n twin",
do slat'-, small toy and setKwvi;
do botiki-r walbts. Ut nnfr bill;
A f"W jrr vus nf real Alb.ta pens: l-le-" smJll ''
Italian ortic dri hones: caiatl hair jndl, elf . '
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PAINTS. OILS, TUKPENTIM
FRENCII 7.1XC IX TIN. FIRE'
kwd.dry r-d yc!l r xrl:rei:i m'V. hi"
gris, rlpmi-.' aud Pf.ri cr-en. Vandyke bn.ia'.
kui oil, turpentine; Ciwvt-h, wijite nn-l c"ll v!"1'"'
ver kaf, umber, Venetian red in il. i"i" '
gla arid puuv, on baud ami Oarrive, f"r sl J?
115-tf . . tl
FAMILY COOKING STOH
ALTOfiKTIIER SUPERIOR TO
. .her ki-vi impnM : 11 A V ef ATE aid b
TAIX STATE vVK.N"s-. 1. i 3. 4 s 1
ships - Syren" and " Mouutain Wave, f ss 'J
CLOTIIIXG AXD Ukl
ED FLAXXEL OVER'S!!!"
Canton straw hais. men's ciofr
Por sale i J .
irr-tf c Atjj
PER CLIMPsE. .
; ! l pais riiii ii TjI
A scales, house p-per, trammers aai haUrtk ,
iwnm &C-, a. c . xor wc
CLAPBOARDS AND LAjJ
IIXE fG-PT.l DRRSSED CLPB
nne iuns, per " Mountain n-a- . f,i
t;. it. -
AXTEO TO Pl RCni
. . ... . . ii I rkj n ,
nacco, IT wiuca lair price tu j g
RWIJ6- nv v. r;ii.TO ABR' 1
PyTeB,' IVw Sale by
-vc ciri V
port of Hmolulu. in want of . 1 1
-. . . . VI nl
aivanUge to call at th offioe of K lu " A
where can be Ibuad whole crews at e "T i
proved eeunty given fr lte anwuJL i
ntO outside of the reef. From past expfv?"
our businesa, we hope to be g4j
S HERETIT GIVEX, U I.brCU'
a iiv-ruv Scent, wita r""
dnrine mv ahwnee frm the Is'aO'ls. W 'A
. Hooutnln, March 14, la. W-tl
fers his orrice in tbe adjurtroeot oi s
w.Mv- u . . T Hills f f4"-. .A
other inatrameota. drawn wna 'Z.
moderate terms. Oftce at th - 'ort To. f
M ASTERS OF wnibW"VlbHir
A'Ji. sire assistance h the maarnaj r
pleas can on the atrferri. who will r l
afI afar ia IWlafWal FflmiWM w " nfil r
, niDB poisox.
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REUS, or xi gauoos , & :
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CARTER BOXES RAISIgc.tlF
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