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' fCortvMMlemc aC tbe Pacific Ccewaercial Advertiser.) "
, Editor I notice ia jour paper of Dec 30,
ft communication from F., in which suggestions are
made which the writer ' hopes tnsj be of benefit to
his country. Such philanthropic spirits are rare,
- and F. undoubtedly would be entitled to the high re
gard of his compatriots, if he had but studied a little
more the true legislative spirit of this enlightened
age; but P. being a good and sensible citizen, he is
truly glad to see our legislative fathers walking on
so smartly. in their oath." and that an assertion of
content ia sufficient to cover the error in which he
bile under the. common supposition, that what is
sauce far the goose is also sauce for the gander, or in
other words, that if the manufacture of wine requires
a femes of 860 and a bond of $500, the manufac
ture of sugar, flour, etc., ought to be equally taxed.
F. goes to work and reasons like a just and honest
citizen; but, Sir, allow me to tell you that, although
yoi may be the best and most upright citizen, you
would but nuke a sorry legislator in this enlightened
age with year absurd notions, ooaceWing justice a
necessary part in a law, or perhaps imagining, " like
some old-fashioned people, that the encouragement of
any improvement of raw prodeee would directly ben
efit the treasury. I should like to see you take
your seas at the hatching of this wonderful egg,
called a code. ' Perhaps you will be astonished when
it is done being hatched. Perhaps the egg turns out
a crocodile's ecz, after all, and young crocodile will
show its thousand pretty, hungry, little teeth. Let
me give you a few explanations in regard to the true
spirit of kgUation in this enlightened age in as few
words as possible. . . , j
Law mak'ng consists of two systems. In the first
a spirit of common justice predominates. " This sys
tem is practiced in some few countries; but the idea
of common justice being stale, it is tertmd the old
fogy system. The other, the system of this enlight
ened age, a by some called the Machiavellian system.
after a noted statesman, I believe, and may be termed
the rUy or focus system. This system is ratherdifii-
eult to understand, because the objects at which it
aims are only arrived at by the moat crooked and
tortuous roads. This modern or, as it is often styled,
moral legislation, is a kind of branch faith of the un
fortunately extinguished Thegs, with the only differ
ence, that while the Thugs only murdered the body,
this distills a poison, as insidious as aqua toff ana,
through the veins of a nation, murdering honor, hon
esty and every virtue ; it is in fact the revived hydra
head of the inquisition of old.
The secret and hidden objects of this spirit of mod
ern legislation are :
1. To bring the people to focus, that is, to dimin
ish as much as possible the number of the people Ieg-J
2. To bring the currency to a focus, or in other
words, consider the people as a lemon, from which as
much juice as is possible is to be squeezed.
3. To completely hide from the public eye or the
world in general the above objects by a thick veil, or
in other words, cram as much dust as possible in the
Now, Sir, any law which successfully accomplishes
the above three objects is called a masterpiece.
Duplicity was the veil used in the strictly Machiavel
lian system; but modern science and a more enlight
ened age have invented a new veil, as thick as the
thickest alpacca. Some old fogy, perhaps, calls it
hypocrisy, but it is in fact the tublimest morality, a
morality which rests on the strongest foundation of
charity. P. says that the Savior drank wine and made
it- It is well that this was not in our age, or He
would have been too poor to pay his license pre
vious to performing the miracle. Two or ten stout
kikoea would have kicked and cuffed him before
Judge Griewold. to undergo a process of 'squeezing
or make himself useful on the reef. With equal pro
priety you might say, that when the woman found in
adultery .was brought before him, the Savior did "not
throw a stone at her head. For shame ! That
woman should have been torn from his feet, dragged
by a dozen kikoea through the streets, her clothes
rent in threads, and brought before the Judge, to
either be " squeezed or sent to learn true morality
amongst a multitude of outcasts
Let us take a glimpse at a few masterpieces of law.
For example, this beautiful wine law. Suppose it
did not exist, what would be the consequence ?
People would perhaps become more industrious and
plant vineyards, people would make wine and drink
it, people would use but little poisonous Equor, peo
ple would be . healthy, aa ia other wine growing
countries, and not die off like rats, people would be
very little drunk, and few fines or little " squeezing
would be the consequence, or but few be sent to that
moral school, yclept cbain-gaag, to go through a long
course of study. Now look at the advantages of this
model law. PeoDle cannot drink wine, because it is
too expensive; people will drink, and therefore drink
poisonous liquors or rot gut, because the high duty
allows scarcely any other importation but rotgut
Poisonous liquor kills people pretty fast, either by de
gree or on a sudden. Mark, object So. 1 tends to
bring the people to a focus. Now, the duty on liquor
fa, say $5 per gallon, a single license 1000 ; a sin
gle bar uses, say 1000 gallons per year 5 and 1 is 6;
very, say two gallons, produces one ease of drunk
eaness, which, at (6 per squeeze, adds $3
6 and 1 and 3 is $9 ; but if the subject cannot be
squeezed, his body is taken possestfion of for the
benefit of the country, and for a sufficient length of
time to mould his souL If be be a mechanic, whose
labor per diem is worth $3 or $4, the payment of a
real per diem is a good speculation, but not more
than right, because it is the height of justice ia a Uw
to " squeeze sweat where no money can be squeezed.
It is the juet desert of poverty. W bisky costs, say 50
cents per gallon; this retailed at $0 leaves 8 50
profit. Seventeen hundred per cent profit, clear of
freight, cartage, bar-keepers, boose rent, etc A
splendid speculation. The true spirit of legislation
makes, in fact, government the greatest groggery;
but, hist, that veil of immaculate morality hides it.
3 lark object No. 2 it tends to bring the currency
to a focus, and at the same time by sending numer
ous subjects to the moral school for ever so long. It
wisely provides for a constant supply of cheap labor
ers, because the scholar will be apt to learn to pick a
pocket, break a trunk open, or perhaps even cut a
throat, and makinguse of his accomplishments, when
discharged, returns for a term of perhaps five, ten or
twenty yean. . .
Mark the masterhand. One glass of ardent spirits
drank at the festive board, or in company of friends,
become In the hands of the true legislator the
means to blast a man's honor, fame, name, self-esteem,
harden every, virtuous feeling, and makes him for
five, ten or twenty years a slave to the government,
body and soul, dirt cheap; and if the slave happens
to be a father and husband, it brings ruin, poverty,
disjrAc; aad perhaps crime to the family hearth.
Do you see the beauty of the wine Uw I
. Soppoee wertake a glimpse at another masterpiece
of modern legislation, chapter 13 of the Penal Code.
This law is perfect ia its workings. It tends in the
luofct speedy manner to bring the people to a focus
it tends to bring the currency to a focus, and at the
same time hides both purports under the veil of the
sublimeat morality. Have it fulfills every requisite of
the focus-system would be too lengthy to enter into
and it too apparrnt to need explanation. This law
works most admirably. It avoids the pleasant cot
tage, thwstatefy dwelling, the broadcloth, and, like
the slimy adder, crawls only into the huts of the poor
and the ignorant;' it exemplifiw beautifully the true
requisite of a good .law, id esf, favoring the wealthy
and en3t$snd and forcing the poor and ignorant
down, down to the very steps of helL As an instance
of the crooked style of legislation, I refer you to the
Act on aeiitaf vigetables. Very, wise, that. To the
true spirited tsgWator, idleness being considered the
fountain-head of all viceis a real Golconda. Away
with your aouoas, to tax the- business of every day
but a contemptible flow of
grid lift ft tY trrstnry in comparison with the golden
ttrmni W,kri, innleii !gitTttef like- ihft .rod of
Moses calling forth the abundant waters from the
barren rock calls from the barren pockets of a bar
ren people. Every vice, every infamy, every crime
sends a golden stream into the treasury (I omit par
ticulars, not having the Price Current at hand) at
the bidding of the powerful wand of a modern legis
lator. If a statue were intended to immortalize such
a legislator, a pretty design would be the figure of a
strong man -his left grasps the law-breaker by the
neck, his right uplifted, points to Heaven, and a
powerful kick ad posteriora sends the culprit down
ward. The lemon is squeezed. Such, sir, is the true
legislation of this enlightened era a blessing to the
country the Devil to whom? 1839.
' . . IIokoluic, Jan. 8, 1859.
Mb. Editob. : I read with much interest the dis
cussion upon the subject of education, copied from an
American naner. in your last issue. The remarks of
- e -
the several speakers in that discussion express the
eonviotion at which my own mind had arrived in ref
erence to the expediency of the eo-education of the
sexes, after as careful and impartial observation as I
have been able to give the subject for twenty years
past. The separate system may be the best. I only
speak of my own conviction, arrived at, as above
mentioned, from earlier antipodal views on the sub
ject. Connected with this interesting and important sub
ject I send you, for publication, an article from an
evidently experienced educator of Michigan, U. S. A.,
not doubting but the interested readers of your last
will feel a kindred interest in this. Tours, &c
CEJaemtia im the Uaiveraity."
. We have received the proofs" of an able article
with the above title, apparently designed for the
Michigan Journal of Education. Of its origin or
authorship we have no intimation aside from the in
Tbe writer seems to have regarded with interest the
experiment" in progress here and elsewhere dur
ing the " past twenty-five years, and gives freely
his conclusions upon the subject. The following ex
tracts present the question, and the writer's observa
tion and experience.
Ma. Eorronr I have lately been informed that a
number of young ladies in this vicinity have made ap
plication for admission into the regular c hisses of our
St Ate University; and that ethers stand ready to
make a similar application, if the former should prove
Shall they be received, if found properly qualified ?
It is to be hoped that those whose official duty it is to
give the practical answer to this important question
may be at Ie and willing to answer it right. And
what is the right answer ?
Two inquiries here arise? 1. Whether the co-edu
Cation of the sexes is desirslle in the abstract. 2 If
so, whether it is feasible in the present case L e., in
tbe University of Michigan.
The first inquiry was ably and fully discussed three
years since in our State Teachers Association,"
held at Ann Arbor. That meeting was well attended,
not only .by leading professional teachers of our
State from abroad, but also by those on the ground,
and especially by most of the faculty of our beloved
and honored State Institution. The result of that
lengthy discussion cannot Lave been forgotten, at
least by any in attendance an almost unanimous
vote in the affirmative. Indeed but one or two of the
speakers are recollected to have taken the opposite
side. Some, if not all, of the University Faculty who
were tbeo present advocated decidedly and warmly
the doctrine of co-education.
It is believed the organic law of the University is
" silent" on this subject; of course, "gives consent."
Indeed, it was said in the discussion alluded to, by
some of tbe University Professors, and assented to by
them all (who were present) and has been reiterated
since by high educational authority of the State,
nem. con., that the doors of the University are open
to both sexes alike. Tbe lawfulness, therefore, of.
granting the petition of the fair applicants needs no
I have lately had the pleasure of reading an able
article on the affirmative of this question copied from
a Detroit paper, whose writer yet seems in slight er
ror on one point, viz ': That this would be an en-'
tirely new experiment. It has been tried repeatedly
and for years in similar circumstances I may add,
too, with complete success. To say nothing of the
New England academies, " time out of mind;" and
of the various Not mal and other high schools, both
at the east and the west; we can call attention to at
least three institutions that now occur to the writer's
mind of a still higher grade (some of them per
haps on a par with ours) Albion, Antioch, and
Oberlin. I have yet to learn that the last is now "a
whit" behind the cbiefest of our western institutions
at least, except in name. It is not called " Oberlin
University," though it embraces, in point of fact, as
many departments, or colleges in actual operation, as
the University of Michigan, only substituting tbe col
lege of Theology in the former for thst of Medicine
in the latter. Its annual catalogue, at least, exhib
its a larger number of students, in all the depart
ments, it is believed, than that of any other institu
tion in our land. Tbis is not said for the sake of
making invidious comparisons of sister institutions,
but of removing an unjust prejudice against that one
of which tbe writer was once ignorautly as guilty
as any other man. And when it was stigmatized as
an institution consecrated to Venus and Uymen,
rather than literature and religion; and those pre
paring to join it were gravely advised to carry a cra
dle as part of their students apparatus, be was wont
to join the jeer right heartily. But he was heartily
cured of his error by attending one of their long and
critical examinations, as would be the case with any
candid educator. Never, before or since, has be wit
nessed more perfect order and propriety of conduct
not to say as much in any institution of America.
There an honorable at tachmetitia occasionally formed,
resulting in a happy union for life. And so it is
everywhere nuns, monks, and Shakers always ex
cepted and so it should be everywhere by divine ap
pointment. Nor does it at all follow that an attach
ment formed between a student and another student
is wrong and unsuitable; any more than an attach
ment formed between a student and tbe daughter of a
farmer, of a merchant, or between a clerk and a
farmer's or merchant's daughter, which are every
where taking place, unnoticed or rebuked. The main
difference is, that the former are as yet more rare,
and, of course, more notable.
I spoke of experience," which, in the sentiment
of Patrick Henry, " is tbe only lamp to guide us,"
Revelation excepted ; for all conclusions in practical
reasoning, not founded ou experience, are liable to
the epithet of mere sopbims. And it is this alone that
has driven the writer to his present position com
paring the results of a long series of educational ex
periments. The first, about twelve years in the trial
of co-education, then a few years spent in tbe educa
tion of the female sex, separately and apart," then
a number more, in tbatot our own sex exclusively;
lastly, a recurrence to his original plan of educating
both together which plan he is compelled to admit,
on the whole, works the best.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR 8 A LB
per ELIZA st ELLA," from Boatoo, tbe following splen
did auorttnentof Stationery, Blank Botka, and Drvk Furniture,
8, 4, 6 atxl 6 quire Journals, various bindings;
8, 4, i and quire Ledgers, -do dot
S. 4, f and 6 quire Kecord Books
S, 4, ft and S quire bay Books;
3, 4, ft and 0 quire Log Books;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tuck mem. books;
do tuck disries and almanacs, tor 1858;
do writing books, with and without copies;
do cap ledger indices; snorted letter books;
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper;
100.000 buff and white envelopes, of alt shies;
2,000 parchment and doth envelopes, of all aiaen;
A great variety of blank notes, drafts and bills of lading;
Bowd itch's Navigator; Kxneditioos Calculator;
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do pen holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter clips;
do paper weights; asmrted inkstands; thermometers;
do mottled and plain linen twine,
do slatrs, small toy and school;
do bankrr.-' wallets, for notes aod bills;
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Italian office dsk hones; camel hair pencils, etc, etc.
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JUST RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIVALS
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ratter's polrgrade pencils, superior article,
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Do do and fancy note and letter paper,
Khoades A Sons' mncf lage for the desk,
Fins Ivory pocket tablets.
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Sand's extra fine earn ins mk,
'Do do do bra do, (cones.)
Do do do steel pea (cooes.) '
PeacU sharpeners, penholders, letter stamps, and a
A One assortment of inkstands.
127-tf H. M. WHITNEY.
DIARIES FOR 1839.
TUST RECEIVED A fine assortment of DtstrLrs
t of various stocs -plain, marbled sad gilt edge.
II. M. WHITNEY.
AMERICAN A XD ENGLISH BANK BILLS
rb4 Irr nift-f? H. . VWTTN1T,
Oilman & (ft,
LAHAINA, S. I.
OILMAN CO. ARE
now receiving their
rvail CTAT IT
r ilU li Uivvsa
4k " PER SHIPS
'It Harriet A Jessie,
-7 f Mountain Ware,
-."M. Younc Greek,
:iZf" Fanny Major,
f and Syrea,
WHICH THEY OfFER FOR SALS OH AS TAYORABLB
TERMS AS ANT ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
A large assortment of Shim Chandlery,
Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Paints, Ob, Boots and Shoes,
American, Californian and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, hi short cask;
Bios, assorted Crackers;
American Uses Beef, Hawaiian packed Beef, wabbabtbs;
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Bams.
No. 1 brown sugar. Crashed sugar.
o. 3 brown sugar, . Loar sugar,
Svrap, Boxes salt,
Molasses, Bbls vinegar,
Chests tea, Boxes raisins,
Fine oolons tea. Chocolate
Split peas. Coffee,
Assorted spices. Ac
Boiled Unseed oft, Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead, Black paint,
Pure white lead. Putty, chalk,
Prussian bine, Bbbi coal tar.
Chrome yellow, Paint brushes.
Chroma green, ' Pencil brushes.
An assortment of
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Roasted and boiled beef, mutton,
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken.
Clams, corn, beets, aas'd pickles, .
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups,
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Hssi mmm 9Mra.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip brogans, buff brogans,
Heavy brogans, boys brogans.
An assortment ox ladies- ana
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celebrated Toggle Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Locks,
and UarpooDB. from Durlee s Co. and Dean '
st Priggs, of New Bedfor .
New Bedford made Towline, Manila Cordage, '
Hemp cordage, Kattung stun,
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boat, 14, 16, 17 and 18 feet.
Sheet iead.marlin spikes.
Copper and iron tackle. Copper and Iron screws,
Caulking irons. Assorted hammers.
Assorted hatchets. Assorted nlrs,
Brass and iron chest locks, Aupvr I its.
Door locks, gimlets, cotnpssees, fcrew drivers,
Knives and forks, tfesternholm knives,
Pocket knives. Butcher knives,
Ship srrapers, Kipging leather, llv-t
To the Owners, aasl Perasma interested lit
WhalcNhips iii the Pacific Ocean.
Officb or thk Paxama Rail-Road Com past, )
Nsw Yokk. July 20, 1857. )
The Panama Rail-Road Company take this method
of informing those interested in the Whaling husi
ness. of the advantages oOi! by the Railruad
a-Trodi the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacitlc to the t nited States, u.wt for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Tanama.
The Railroad has been in reirular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its rapacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise. Including till, rronsions, ate,
has been fully tested. Tbe attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this imMrtant object. A Pier, 450 feet Vmg, has
bern built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin-
11. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can be at the Fier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, tie
longing to tbe Rail-Road Company, ami the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it lu new lork.
under Ihrsszh Bills f Lndins at tbe 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 lor
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, In case
the oil is sect through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Koad Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper. '
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the averaee passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-Sve days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishtnns is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across tne isinmua, wiu ne
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered car, 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 for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Koad Company, or to William
XelaM, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, aud Is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers.
JUS. F. JOY, Secretary
Fsediric L. Haxks,
Agent Panama R. K. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 84 12m
NOTICE TO WHALEMEN!
raiHE GOVERNOR OF GUAM, (Ladrone Islands)
M. on the date 2d March, 1S58, has appointed
1st. The Whaleships visiting that Island must pay the port
charges in the first place where they may anchor, but nothing in
the other ports, for one season, and also nothing if they do not
2d. Shipment will be permitted to every uative 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 United States shall be accepted
In payment for its full value, without discount, in the same man
ner as the Spanish, and South and Central American coins.
4th. The said Governor hss sent to Thomas Spencer, In Hono
lulu, all Bills of Exchange that Captains had deposited in the
Governor's hands for security of natives shipped in I860 and '57,
for tbe purpose of distributing to every Captain, aod to cancel
5th. The Governor alsc Intends, for the benefit of Captains, to
change his resilience, during tbe present year, to tbe Agat Bay,
on the south port 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. Boats can laud and take water,
and every supply necessary to the vessels.
(Signed) D. D. L. CORTE.
Guam, 8th March, 1858. 124-2m
OF WHALESHIPS AXD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be bad at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cents per tb ; sheep, at $3 per head
and goats at $1 60 head. Also a, the port of Ilanalei, wood and
beef can be had at tbs same rate. The Harbor of Ilanalei ia on
the North West side of the Island, and has salt and good an
eborage In from S to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwill at the same rate as above. Also frul.s
aod vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XTT Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to salt
purchasers. (M-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AT KEAL.A-
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish shis with
Salt and Fresh Beef, Sheep, Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc, etc equal to any rm tbe Sandwich Islands.
Kealakekna, Oct. 1869. 121-m .
GW. MACT would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy A
Law, at Uh established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae. Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef, Mwltwn. prk. Poaltry, and also the eels
brated KAWA1HAK POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep In any climate.
XT No charge made on inter-island exchange.
74-tf U. W. MACY.
Storage at Kawaihae !
Til E UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
to receive ships' provisions on storage at the lowest mar
ket rates. Lighters furnished for landing and deliv
ering all goods stored.
JV. B. Constantly on hand Irish Potatoes and ' Hawaiian
Beef. O. W. MACY.
Kawaihae, November IS, 1858. 12s-3m.
WHALE LINE, fcc
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLANK, fee
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
V Hard Pine RaUs.
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
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ment of MERCHANDISE, consisting In part of the following
' named articles :
White and grey merino drawers. Red flannel drawers,
Women's whits cotton hose. Silk Velvet,
. Embroidered nndersleetes, Corah handkerchiefs. ;
Navy Caps, with oU iUk covers.
Check linen shirts.
Colored India satin.
White L. B. shirta, .
While linen handkerchiefs
Goat buskins. Enameled leather brogans. ,
, Lemon syrup,
Boxes fir crackers.
Boston Beauty stoves,
Side lamps, "
lAinpwicKS, woa, i ana . . '
1 Set TlMMa's Tsslb
Manila and Hemp Rope, assorted sises,
Whale line, spanyam. Ravens duck.
Cotton duck, Nos. 8 and 4.
TELLO W MET A L 18 to 28 os.
Tarred paper, - Venetian blinds, Hand carts,
Lead pipe. Brass hose pipes, I. R. boee.
Brass bibb locks, Kedge anchors. Chain Cables.
Isroy Champagne, Corrant Wink,
Cases Bourbon Whisky, qtsand pts,
10-gall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
A Large BBMrtsnesit mi Crackry Ware t
Bowls, vegetable dishes, pistes, ewers and basins, mugs. Jugs.
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
Tower bolts, -Thumb
Hooks and staples, firmer chisels.
Tower bolts, brass butts, Hingham buckets.
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, corn brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc., etc
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofs.
Genuine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Sail needles, Cut nails. Lanterns, Paint oil,
Boat nails. Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, Rasps,
Corkicrews, Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives,
Black paint. Padlocks.
Red and Blue Bunting,
Oil Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil,
i2. tf Richmond Flour, etc.. etc.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED!
QQ CQg.IL.? NEW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale line;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets;
Whalemen's slop clothing, viz :
Monkey and reefing jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
Gray do do;
Stried flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stock inps, socks and mittens;
Rest yellow June butter, in double packages;
lrime pork ;
llest English boiled linseed oil;
Rest do white lead;
Best ' do black paint;
Best do green iaiiit;
84-tf A. J CART WRIGHT.
Ice ! Ice ! Ice !
. . Jnst Received
PER 'MOUNTAIN WAVE'"
A ifm TONS FRESH POND ItOSTON ICE,
4Jr vF " 18 patent Britannia Ice Pitchers.
3 Silver Plated loe Pitchers,
18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sizes,
12 1'pright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels,)
i dozen Patent Ice Cream Freezers, ass'd sizes, '
18 Water Coolers,
24 loe Cream Moulds.
The above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, have just l-en received by the above ship, and are
fered for sale by the UOXOLU LV ICE CO.
313-tf C. H. LKWERS, Proprietor.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PUVIsOA SALT WORKS!
THE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR
niih to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities,
a very superior article, iqcal. to thb brst imported salt, and
at a price to DEFY COMPETITION t For terms, apply to
. DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
1156in Puuloa Salt Works.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the JlTtkxtios of
of his Friemls and the Public to his Rooms, over the
"Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printing Office, (next to the
Post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for elegance of
style and softness of tone, cannot be excelled.
Being in constant receipt of New Stock, Chemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements.
XT Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rultber, fee, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
N. B The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
119-tf W. F. HOW LAND, Artist.
THE GOLDEN FLEECE!
Fine Wool Merino Rams for Sale !
A VERY FINE SELEO
Uon can now be made at Louzada, Spen
cer Co.', Li hue, Hawaii, forty of
which arc cot by the matchless ram
Yio.csao,' whnee sire, 44 Lyibruinska," stands unrivaled In the
great wool growing Australias, his fleece weiKhing in the grass,
but moderately clean, sixteen pounds of the finest quality.
u Lyibruinska" was purchased by James Aitkin, Esq., for 230.
"Vaqcseo" was shorn in Honolulu unler two years cid, his
fleece weighing thirteen pounds. His present fleece challenges
Laatazacln. Spenrrr Ai Co. having Just received per
order from Germany, some purs Saxons, can now dispose of part
of their imported pure blood stud Meriuoa, bred by the greatest
Australian breeder, James Aitkin, Esq- and having made ar
rangement to imiurt tin purest auiiuals regaiilless of expense,
parlies will do well to give their orders and grow the Golden
rQ2 FEET, 8 INCH, ST TO 30FEET
2174 feet, 1 inch, 25 to 28 feet king,
666 feet, 1 inch. 12 feet and upwards.
Of New Hampshire pasture oak, selected by a shipbuilder, and
expected by u. Mountain Wave," September 20, is offered for
sale by (112-tf C. U. L EWERS, Fort street.
PIANOS I PIANOS I PIANOS I
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can fumisb superior toned instruments of
the above makers, through Mrnara, Badger Si Liadeti
bergrr, Sols Agk.xts for the Pacific coast.
Plans and styles can be seen at our office. " Orders solicited.
ca-tf c. a. a- u. r. poor.
PER LATE ARRIVALS A SPLENDID
assortment of Light Clothing, vis :
White linen duck and drill pants,
do do do do coats.
Brown do do do jants,
do do do do coats,
" ' Fancy plaid coats, - -
. Fancy check coats,
' Black alpacca coats.
4-tf -. At wholesale by C. A A H. F POOR.
AIRBANKS PATENT PLATFORM
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scales.
All sizes of the above fcr sale by
ll-tf B. T. SNOW.
WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, See.
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES 1 CHAINS,
Extra sized Harrows,
For sale by "
119 tf CHAS. BREWER, to.
Dana's Coral Reefs and Islands.
A FEW COPIES OF THE LAST EDITION
of this valuable work just received and for sale $1 25
by 125-lmJ , H. M. WHITNEY.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
TOROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
r EAST MAUI PLAJYTATIOJT, . ,
For sale by (30-tf) . n. HACKFELD A Co.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
((flHARLES HEIDSIECK tc CO. Tbe best
J Wine ever drank on these Islands. For sale by
ll&-t C. L. RICHARDS Ax CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLLA. WHISKY.
LD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS-
ky. In 10-gallon packages, in bond or dnty paid, for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS CO.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VERY SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden Beds, and PHELAK'S CKL
BRATKD COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. .Also
On hand, extra Cloth, BalhuCues, Wax, Pockets, e. Apply to
103-tf R. BUROKSS,
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COXZENS PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported for sale by
HS-tf . . . C Lv RICHARDS a CO.
skPFTRS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
ed from Sam Frteisee ad LIrerpeei. Among
T" DRY GOODS.
- White cottons, shirtings. . '
' White cotton drill, niadapolams,
fancy drill, printed cords, two-blueprints, .
yuraitur7 prints, brown drilling, re'u
s-aiicTUts! white shirts, linen flttit-s, hickory hirts,
wKan? fancy Wiped cotton
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel,
Men's shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen carob. hdtfs, silk necktks,
Felt hats (assrtd), cord,
- Duck troweera.
Ladies' riding bats), blue flannel jackets, linen drill panta, e
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, b ack pepper, Pepper,
Ginger, cinnamon, mace, dores, oatmeal, table
Capers, dried herbs, London malt vinegar, English brown soap,
- . ,t. Ac Ac
Sheet lead, assorted Knglish files.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails,
Garden chairs, bronse hat stands, cook's ladles,
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Chest locks, barrel bolts, try pans, anvils
Iron wheelbarrows, Un p!ates, i
Hoop Iron, assorted Iron, screw wool press.
Garden rollers. Iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles, ,
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forts, spoons.
V' Aaeawrs aad Chains.
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, draught ate, claret,
Old Tom, hock, crabapple elder, sherry wine champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, bridles, belts, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickling salt, St. Hbes packing salt, pipes;
Black, yellow and greea paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnaburg, strong wide bagging, wool bags;
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber seta, tea sets, bowls, asstd
Dinner plates, soup plates, 6 inch plates, flat dishes, mugs;
Metcovered Jug. and pitchers, J a JANI0:f.
. C. WATERMAN & Co.
Offer for Sale:
BBLS. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
3u0 bbla nrime nork.
100 Gallego tlour, superfine,
100 " Uaxall- do an,
26 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, nary and medium,
23 half bbla crushed sugar,
60 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford towlines,
50 bundles navy oakum,
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons Iron hoops,
300 coils Manila cordage, 5 inch, 4, 41, 4,
31, 3.J, 3i, 3. 21, 2. 21, 2, 11 and 1 inch,
50 coils 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 thread,
Ml coils Russia cordage, 7 inch shrouding,
5, 4, 3i, 3, 21, 2 and 1 Inch.
20 coils 9, 12 and 15 thread, seizing, hambcr-
line, rounding and houseliue,
Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and Iron spikes, 4 and 5 inch.
Ship's cambooses, complete, Nos. 2 and 3,
Whale irons, toggle irons,
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
10.000 feet white pine boards. -Hani
Spruce flour boards,
Hard pine flooring boards. 123-tf
COR. MERCHANT AXD 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 BEEX S Ej
ected by tbe Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu puMlc and the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGl'R&S will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than hare ruled hi this market
in past years. Citisens and 8trangers are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. 8. b. M. S. ORIBAL"M.
Honolulu, ScpU 9, 1858. 115-tf '
ICRCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf CUaS. BRKWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT TilE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by i;g-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2p.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AG EXT
for the sale of Lsaaada, Saewefr ii.
.'. and R. C. Jaaion's Hawaiian
Packed B?rf. has constantly on hand and
for sale BEKX of the alrave weil known and approved brands,
which he oners for sale at the market rates.
r. S. This Beef is packed at Waimea, Hawaii, at an eleva
tion of several thousand feet above the level of the sea, where
the climate is cool and well adspted to the purpose. It is
packed in LIVERPOOL and TURKS ISLAND SALT, by ex
jierienced packers, and is warranted to keep for 12 months in
any climate ALEX. i. CART WRIGHT.
Honolulu, August 25, 1853. 114-Uanl
WILLIAM MAXWELL, SALESMAN.
THE UNDERSIGNED II A VIXG BOUGHT
out the interest cf Maxwell & Beatty, in the above es
tablishment, pi mated on King street, opposite J. T. Water
house's New Store, hopes that the liberal patrnnsge heretofore
bestowed may be continued, as no , pains or trouble will be
spared by the manager, Mr. Wm. Maxwell, In suiting the taste
of all customers.
Attention paid to selection of stock, to render the quality of
meat the best obtainable.
Orders punctually attended to, and delivered in any part of
the city within two miles, free of charge.
Honolulu, July 1, 1858. 1105) J. I. DOWSETT.
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS. ,
rtrHi Undersiiroed is prepared to receive moneys, or valuat
JL hie articles of small bulk, on deposit In his vault in the Post
Office Buildiup. (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Governmen
as theTreasury.) These vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visitiug the Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuaHe papers, or other articles, during their absence, will find
tbis deposit an accommodation to them. When sums of money
are left for 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 or valua
bles deposited. H. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Oct. 1857. 70-tf
LADIES SIDE LACE GAITERS
Ladies' foxed Francais goiters,
do velvet slippers,
do fancy buskins,
Blisses fancy gaiters.
Infants' boots, ,
Men's Oxford ties,
do patent leather gaiters,
do glove top do.
U4Mt C. A. A H. T. POOR.
IRON, A.u .
N HAND, and to arrive, per "Syren,"
jHirs rennea .iron.
Bundles Nail Rods,
Bundles Norway Shapes,
For sale bv
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
I tbe Office attached to the " Sailors' Home," will procure
Officers and Men for whaling and other vessels, at short notice,
and will endeavor to give i faction to all who may favor him
with their business. GEO. WILLIAMS, I
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1858. 115-tf BhiPPiP j
THE CARGO OP THE CHILIAN BARK
. "Alexandre Garrigos," consisting of .
390 tsns Steam Csals,:
Apply to l. H. ANTHONY
M-tf Or to J. C. 8PAULDINO.
ibiiiiun mBi AiitVUAirusiTIOX AILS.
l ASKS s EliUltV METAL, assorted sises;
30 boxes composition nails;
w sega no aa.
For male by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
neLLOW PINK I-1-4. AND SPRUCE 7-8
R" Toogued and. grooved Floating, per " Rlixa A Kila n
.-' - C H.. LRWF.R8.'
.THE PROPRIETOR OF , THIS ESTABLISHMENT
' HAVING IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Power Press,
AND A ;' . .
RUGGLES' CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
The Best AMOrtment of Plain and Fane
Card ever imported,
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
bo'oe, job & mmi
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
Will ba executed promptly, In a superior manner, and at reason
able prices. .
ICr Orders, by mail or otherwise, will receive Immediate atten
tion. . - -
CT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oaho. 07-tf
sjt- JAMES J. JARVES, ESQ,.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED has received by the ship Xtf
I - n .v.- (.iinrfn. lu. nnhlications.
g xa eua iruui owiwui " e -
by Mr. Jarvea, lormeny of uwoiuiu -.
KIANA, a Talk of Hawaii.
t. i. l 1 nn rf the mnrient traditions of the
IflW WUI. w rouuu. w " .
Hawaiians, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
is derticatea Dy tne auisxjt w uv amjcij "
ART HINTS, ox Architecture, Sctlptcre and
Painting liy J.J. J aires.
A A IM Vss lost rtrvwinol a writer whn ITtaaV ItelD to Cdllw
A UllTi naa Usavas awww f - -
cate her in art, euide her Infant steps, and to point out the pit-
Talis mat surrounu uie jiugiuu vi
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarvea. let and 2d series.
Without question, one of the raciest books ever wiittenon
Parisian life and manners." Boston Post.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numeroua illustrations By J.
"The sketches of which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but informinK. They furnish ani mpressive Idea of the
grandeur and the glory and the degradation and shame of mod
ern Italy." Home Journal.
87-tf For sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
A SMALL INVOICE OF THE ABOVE
celebrated Bitters, just received per FOKTl'A'A," and
for sale by (103-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, ice.
FRENCH ZINC IN TIN. PIRE WIIITK
lead, dry red leait, yellow ochre in oil, black paint, verdi
gris, chrome and I'aris preen, Vandyke brown, linseed and ku-
kui ml. turpentine; coach, white and copal varnish, fnikl and sti
ver l'-a. umber, Venetian red in oil, paint and sash brushes,
glass and putty, on band and to arrive, for sale by
113-tf . O. nALL.
FAMILY COOKING STOVES !
ALTOGETHER SUPERIOR TO EVERT
her kind imported : BAY STATE and GREEN MUI N
TAIN STATU STOVES, Nos. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4, by the clippe
ships "Syren" and " Mountain Wave, for sale by
113-tf E. O. HALL
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
JrST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BV
H2-tf II. M. WHITNEY.
12,000 fur sale by
A. P. EVERETT.
ASUPERIOK LOT OFBOARDSssd CLAP
BOARDS, for sale by
87 tf C. H. LBWERS.
CLAPBOARDS AND LATHS.
PINE (6-FT.) DRESSED CLAPBOARDS,
Pine Laths, per " Mountain Wave."
112-tf C. II. LKWERS. Port street.
IVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
for sale by (119-tf), CUAS. BREW JCR, 'D.
PRUCE AND PINE LATIIS,
Whitewood Boards, For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2s.
FRESH COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE OIL,
Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, saleratus.
Corned beef In kegrs for family use, cheese, sacks flour,
On hand and for sale by
62-tf A. P. EVERETT.
HOOP IRON, &;. .
HOOP IRON. SMALL SIZES;
Rivet, small sizes.
119-tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
- CLOTHING AND HATS.-
RED FLANNEL OVER-SHIRTS, MEN'S
Canton straw hats, men's cassimcre bats.
For sale by
127-tf . C. A. t. II. F. POOR.
PER GLIMPSE. '
VESTS PAIXTED TUBS. COUNTER
ll acales, house paper, hammers and hatchets, baskets, ports
nionnnies Ac, Ac, Ac For sate by
127-tf C. A. & H. F. POOR.
Iflflfl BARRELS OIL SHOOKS. to arrive
" VF J per clipper ship 44 Svren." for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BRKWER, 2n.
. PEA JACKETS I
OR SALE. ONE BALE OF PILOT CLOTH
lea Jackets, containing 75, by
U. A. It. r. POOR.
MERCHANT'S AND WHALER'S Exchange
Blanks, in sets, for sale. $1 60 per dozen.
71-tf . H. M. WHITNEY .
ONE SUPERIOR N. Y. SPRING DRAY,
with Harness complete, (or sale bv
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d-
FENCE POSTS !
AM ANI FENCE POSTS FOR SALE BY"
ia-tr CHAS. BREWER 2d. -
. HEMP TWINE!
SMALL LOT OF HEMP TWIXB.FOR
sale by (12-tf) C. A. A H. F. .POOR..
- JUST RECEIVED BY "CANDACE."
WESTPHALIA HAMS, RAISINS IN OR,
and half boxes, Currants in small jars. At
11- SAM. SAVIDOE'S
HIDE POISON. -
OA KEGS, of 21 gallons each, for sale br -JmtKF
, 119-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2p.
. .' : - : NOTICE. ' r7
ASTERS OF SHIPS VISITING THE
lTm port of Honolulu, in want of SEAMEN, will Ami It iniMr
advantage to call at tbe office of GRAHAM A MARKHAM, I
where can be found whole crews at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security riven fur the amount advanced to seam
until outside of the reef. From past experience and stnet atten
Uon to our business, we hope to be aMe to give satisfaction.
JAMES ORAHAM, . i
118-6m . . WILLIAM A. MARKHAU. j
InAEs5,YvC,V,e?' I have .panted Mr. '
during my absence from the Islands.
Honolulu, March 16, 1858. 90-U ". D. M. WESTON
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY OF
.... "-"J his services in the adjustment of accounts, collection of
PJ1'' ftc- Mortgages. Leases, Bills of Sale, Agreements; and
other instruments, drawn wiU accuracy and dispatch, and on
moderate terms. Offlce at the " Sailors' Home."
llS-tf . GEO. WILLIAMS.
MASTERS OF WHALESHIPS WHO DE
sire assistance in the making np of their accounts, will
please call on the undersigned, whe will give his Imsaedlate at
tention to business entrusted to him, Office at the "Sailors'
Ilotne." (115-tf J GEO.- WILLIAMS.
. 3bbt rtistmtnts.
v Sk WSTS31 St rj Tb an
MJtm. w ;iia IL'LXA'rr
. '-' RESPECTING ,i
VESSELS, HARBORS AND rr 1
' IN THE ' V
PORTS OF THE HAWAII i)
VKMKLS AKKIVING OFF 1
Entry to make the usual marine sim., .fty
at the Fore,) if they want a pilot. n,
The pilot will approach vessels on the wim
' sent the health certificate ta be limned by the! "k
set is free from contagion, the caKaiD will h, K
otherwise he will hoist the yellow Ha. inA,? 3 sw
of the pilot and health officer. ' w a7 H 7
The commanding f&oer of any merchant
.ftv Kr arrlvt mt itit cjr t I i "L
make known to the collector of customs the bn?
said vessel has come to this port, furnl.1,
has come to this port, furnish hia:
manifest of the cargo with which aid veM u
manifest shall contain an account of the jZ2
marcs, numoer, contents ana quantities, aba ttT j
importers or consignees. When say inch oL' I
perform any or ail oi the acts above inentiwZi t i
eight hours alter bis arrival, be shall be sobfe-l
evading- one thousand dollars. He shall fl. '
above mentioned, deliver, under oath, a list
board at tbe time of her arrival, under penalty Hi" V
a fine of one hundred dollars. J
Masters of whaling vessels shall enter their r., j
lector's office within forty-eight hours sfuaI2V
either of the ports of entry, and previa to dia-hi le3
ping any seamen, or taking off any supplies r'
penalty of not less than ten or more than on. Z.
They shall also, within the time shore statrfTJV
all wines and spirit on board ss stores, audi
cargo and freight, except the produce of their Zi.
outfit, provisions and furniture of their vessel. niS?;
forfeiting all such stores, cargo and freight mN
of stores or manifest, and a line of one hundwl
Before landing baggage, a permit for the aunT I
tained from the collector, and no permit can btrnu,.'!
requisite passenger list has been furnished b, thTH
Masters of vessels allowing baggage to be Ian?!? I
pliance with the laws, are subject to a fine of Art
The coll ector, at his discretion, and at tbe eiT-J'l
el, may provide an officer to be present on baZlfi
discharge, to superintend the disembarkation, aad
other or greater amount of merchandise be I?H
forth in the permit. 4
Vessels having spirits, wines, or any other a-J
board, subject to a duty exceeding fire per centiJS
receiving such articles on board, are liable to Lan JtV
ousru, wiib .111 raic ixje sum oi two dollars uri wT
per diem, and also food and lodging at the expeorf!.l
TrM wanainwirisr mwm wnm nriiv twaatsi nf i- . . v i
for vesseU of aU descriptions, Honolulu, (OahuO lihTI
" " i uhiim am hrt i
At Honolulu Pilotare one dollar per foot each mi
pilotage if no pilot is employed j health certificate
buoys, two dollars harbor master, three dollars ; iW
doUar ; pilot for anchoring a vessel outside, which fe'
ter the harbor, ten dollars.
At Lahalna. Boarding officer, five dollsrt liirti j
lar j canal, (if used,) two dollars t clearance, one dot, i
At Hilo. Pilotage, health certificate and clearun J
aa at Honolulu. I
At Kealakeakua. Boarding officer, lb ; ckaran, r
At Kawaihae, (Hawaii,) and Koloa, (KauaL) tot ai
AD charges for buoys and boarding officer, tnus w
collector's office before hiding, unlading or tranship
go or passengers, shipiang or dischargiug any ere. '
Hawaiian vessels, whether licensed as coastm wg,
engaged in foreign trade, are liable to the same dans
strictions as foreign vessels. '
Whale ships are allowed to land goods to ther&likf,
area aonara irec oi uuvy.
Products of the whale fishery may be traoshipm! s.
charge except for entry and permit. If told esJ
lanueu iu wuu iur ujc iuvsk hi amj ,
cent, on value by estimate.
The permits granted to whalers do not include tht m
position of spirituous liquors.
Any master of a whaieship who shall fafl to pnds.
mit when called for, shall be liable to a fine of do it, J
or more than fifty dollars, to be imposed by the ojUbu"
Before obtaining a clearance for a vessel, tbt ac
quired to furnish tbe collectur with a manifest of i n
tended to he exported, a maiuiesi oi an stores Uia, ia
or transhipped from other vessels, a list of the nun
of all passengers who are to leave the kmplotn in hi
pay all legal charges at the narnor master s oa w .
Every captain of a vessel who shall convey oot o( ft,
dom as a rassenger, any person to whom tbe paster ,
plies, who shall not be provided with a passport fro s
ter of foreign relations or cxdlector of custom, stall. t
such pt rson, he liable to a fine of fifty d.iIUm, aad i
debts aud ohligatiaiis which such passenper but la'
paid in this kingdom, and the vessel shall be liitUet
ment and sale to pay tbe same.
Any vessel having cargo oo board intended i
or spirits in cargo or stores, may not touch at a pUott
of entry, without a permit from a collecUir.
Masters of vessels an requested to leave their elans
board with tlie officer in command, for the pontine ;
Oil. whalebone, or any other article of merunaniw.E
transhiped without a permit, is liable to seizure an ad
Ves.el;- landing pools upon which the dutiei ht-
baiil. are liable to seizure and confiscation.
If any person commit an offense on sh-irr, and tr.
board a vessel, it shall be I lie duty of the comma.ttox
snch vessel to surrender the suspected or culprit pre
officer of the police who demands his surrender ce ik:
tioo of a legal warrant.
AU sailors fouml ashore at Lahaina after the tnu:
drum, or at Honolulu after the ringing of the tena'dta
subject to apprehension and a fine of two dollars.
Shipmasters must give notice to tbe harbor maMeri'
sertion of any of their sailors within fortyight hourva
penalty of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are not allowed to be dischsreed st
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu, Lahaiat
and at these ports only with tbe written consent of Or
Honolulu. Lahnina and Hlln, are the only ports at
tive seamen are allowed to be shipped and disfbarpt
those Dlaoes only before the agent for shipping satires
No spirit or other merchandise sliall beeiicwili'"
for consumption or re-exportation at any of ti
kins-dom except Honolulu, Lahaina ami iiilu, ani no 1
wines liable to a duty higher than five per cent- w
shall be so entered at Hilo.
The rates of duties on merchandise landed In this Id
On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, ale, porter and all
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of any descriiw.
ceeding 6b per cent, nor less than 27 per ceot. of arJ
dolkirs per gallon. IK. exceeding 65 per cent, of itl
dollars per gallon. Do. exceeding 18 per cent, and v
Ing 27 per cent, of sloohol, one dollar per gallon, be. v
Ing 18 per cent, of alcohol, five per cent, ad valorem
On sugars, molasses, sy rnps of sugars, and coffee, &
of any country with which this government tuu
treatv. as follows :
Two cents per pound on suirara, ten cents per ok
lasses and syrups of suirars, three cents per puundas J
On all other merchandise five per cent, ad val-sva. j
On merchandise transhipped from one vessel toci
transit duty of one per oetit. ad valorem.
Any vessel taking away a prisoner from the Islufc
to a fine of five hundred dollars.
Any captsin or other officer of a foreign vessd r.
without complying with the requirements of tbe tav.on
out of tbe jurisdiction or this government, sny bk
thereof, is liable to a fine ol five hundred dollars.
Rapid riding Lt the streets is prohibited under pod
The hours for landing goods or other articles, sit n
o'clock, A. M ., and a o'clock, P. '.., on all daysucv
and national holydara.
Office hours at tbe custom boose and other pi"
every day (except Sundays and national holTiiin
o'clock, A. until 4 o'clock. P. M.
Vessels arriving from San Francisco, or other fry
and having a mail for Honolu'u, will hoist the natkti'J
the fore, if a pilot is wanted ; but if a pilot Is not
sel having such a mail will hoist the ensign at then
Messrs. Morgan, Stone A Co, San Francisco, st1
iced mail agents for the Hawaiian OovernroiCs
leaving that port for Honolulu, are requested is iii"
the time of their departure. ,
Harbsr Rcgalnf iwma of Haisl
- Vessels anchoring outside of the reef off HjooIuIs. J
their anchorage, when requested to do so ly tne nn "l
either of the ctanmissioned pilots. essi-u eoienoi-j
to be anchored hi the tilaoe desurnated by tbe harM
his assistant, and moved from one anchorage Utwj
may direct, and none except Hawaiian coasunr"i
Uian fifty tons burthen, and vessels under cAaioiaj
or officer for the mirnone if liavin? nnrt. to cuit tiyff M
without the written permission of the harbor master
The harbor master or his assistant, or any piW. r-
ing a vessel from one anchorage or nioonni 10
make fast to any other vessel or to any warp (W , ,
person resisting the same, cutting away or citto? ;
or fastening, is liable to the penalty stated helos."'
ter is responsible for the same. All vessels stof1
shall, when so requested by tlte haroor master "
Black down their stream cables and other rauw
All ressels enterine the harbor shall, if somjir
harbor master, or either of the pilots, rig In Uwif
and sinnker booms, and top their lower and tnpv
in twenty-four hours after anchoring within Uk
all cases before attempting to cume along oi,
either of the docks or wharves, and keep lr
topped until within twenty-four hours of tneir- -bor,
and until removing from any wharf or d ick.
So pitch, tar, resin or oil sliall be heated on iV
sol within the haHior j but all such combusti'! tf"
heatext on shore, or In a boat, or on a raft at am"
from any vessel. ,
Any person who shall throw or cause to b ttr"
atrrior, or leave or cause ti ne len upon uk , j
dead animal, shall be liable to bs preneiiu
uiMvcn urmw. iuS'
- Anv vessel takine on bnanl or discharciiig WV ..
tarpaulin properly stretched and spresd V"
falling mui the water. j-4
the person violating is liable to a fine, not eiei',
If a pilot cond uct a vessel to anchorafre vS l F"
lulu, and be not detainel on board from the d"-
sel, lorrgcr than twenty-four hours, he l entltkMJ
. ... .... . --i ... .. j it .lf.inrd
than twenty-fiur hours, fa )xr diem for each w f
deteuUon. Should a vessel thus anchored stw n
afterwanls enter, the a:ichni;re fees fJTL r1
mitted, ami the uual pilotasr and health """iLsH
The pilots shall bring the vewels which 0
of fully within the harlmr, (within tbe inner .j
wise directed by tlte harlnc master,) sod and
able and con venfent place. r '
The harbor master shall board all IHrelcs
Ian resseU from foreign parts, as soon P' v, j
entered the harbor, direct them where twV 1
fast, see that the commanding officer has
latlons. and receive a list of passengers,
He is enUUed to collect f. such services.
snree otaiars in anaiuon m uic uto- r r i
boats and warps In moving and making fast s f a
necessarily detained on board more than ,d
to receive at the rate of on doHar perhrj ,1
Hon i and for each time that he my be erbt tl
vessel alter having once moorea n r y k-- '
oetve tV same pay as in the first insunee.
Any person who sliall throw stones or ner f.
from a vessel at anchor In the harbor of B"""
to a fine of $100. . i, '
Bhorb Boat.--Any boat plylnit !!-enr,,i
n i.. .i.ik. An,nirii in carrying
WlUMUt being licensed, is liable to ftfci.l; h,at"
Urery passenger hi. ing a licensed "shore
oarrv with him 100 lbs. of luggage or l,""iJi A
charge i and for aU extra lugpage or fr
ding to agreement with th owner of ST,
. All the boats of hire for time are roi
oais oi nire ior -
for the first hour, one dollar j aa
ig hour fifty cents.
son st Co. fifty cents to and from an J P! gar
luriinr. Ik.t i. hut.n th- liuoV off SMrea - i jr I
Robiason Co., and abreast of Um "JiaJ
taroucn the reel j and one dollar w . oj r
of Um buoy abreast cf the westerly po"
boat to remala In aU cases at toe point
ala In aU cases at the pu -
ru. f, mlnuloa without Oa7
not exceed ing fifteen minutes without s""", f
imm it .Kr.ni-1 k. ateiDoa alonirside any v. :!
it should he detained alongside sny TtJ,
over fifteen minutes, then the ow ner Is 0"dt-,ti
five cenU for every fifteen minutes of sots
Honolulu, January, lssa-
All boats hired by distance are eoutled rf.
cenU for every passenger to aod from nT. 3