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VT ia another column a eotmsunicatioa on
tha vabjsjt which constitutes the beading of this arti-
m writer uDOoabtedJy correct a to the no
wr of Mill anplojed ia this trade. Bj reference
to the WhmUwun'a Skipping Li of Honolulu, we
saa um IM fleet of last rear did not much exceed in
amber two hundred easels. We were under the
impresaiua that h was much larger. This does not.
aowever. alter the ease. Two hundred ships ia a re
spectable fleet, aad we want to see them renderoos
rrery year In the Est of San Francisco. This is the
natural depot ef the trade, and here it will be
ssred whea sasasares are matured for extending ade
quate proteetlua to the masters of vessels. This can
be done by the esubrishment of a marine court, as
a5BSBad by Got. Weller in his annual message to
the legislators. " From a recent decision of the Su
preme Court it Is competent for the Legislature to
. create a tribunal of this character, and as soon as it
' is in operation we expect that the whaling fleet -will
abandon the Islands forever. It is no anramentthst
San Trancisoo at present does enjoy a fare share of
tais trade, ia the shape or exports to the islands.
Ia soch minus coanderatioos like those nave no
weight whatsoever. ; We do not want a stare of the
- whatinfj-trade We are entitled to the whole, aad are
bound to have it, if by legislation the obstacles which
have hitherto stood in the way ean be removed, i We
apprehend that it would avail but very little for Great
Britain or France, in any of the branches of trade in
which wo ooarpete with them, to urge that we already
enjoyed a fair share, and ought to put forth no extra
,, exertions, to monopolise more of it than they thought
we were entitled, to have. ; Such ideas are foreign as
well to commerce as the enterprise of the age. In de
airing to secure the whale trade for ourselves, we are
actuated by no feelings of animosity szainst the Sand
wich Islands or any other group in the Pacific . We
hope that Ksmehsmehs and his descendants may en
joy the throne of Hawaii tOl the advent of the Millen
ium, and that the Islands may continue to grow in
prosperity. - But we want the whaling trade not a
fair share" of it It ought to be oars by all the
lavs of commerce, and if it can be secured by legisla
tion legislation by which the ship-master will enjoy
as much protection here as ia a foreign port we are
' bound to have it California. ,v ... ,.i .
It is amusing to notice the enthusiasm of some of
oar California cotemporaries. excited as it is annually
by the f Governor's Message,; which document has
vainly sought to dissipate the obstacles that lie in the
way of making San Francisco or indeed any Califor
nia port a recruiting depot for whalers. From the
same paper we copy below the sensible communica
tion alluded to, which points out some of the errone
ous impressions given by the Governor's Message and
by most of the articles on the subject published in the
8aa Francisoo papers. The number of whalers (of
all nations) which have recruited here this fall is
218, and not 200 as stated below.
The WssssUstg- Flees mC the Xorth Pacific.
Xbrroms Air, s In a recent number of the Alta
California, an article on the whaling trade of the
Pacific contains some statements that would be as well
to correct, more particularly at this time, when the
Governor, in his annnal message, has called attention
to the same subject
It is stated that the whaling feet of the North Pa
cific numbers some five or six hundred vessels, and
is by some eight or ten thousand sailors. We
have only to turn to the Whalemen'. Shipping; List,
published by H. XL Whitney, of Honolulu, and there
tt is stated that the Fall fleet of 1858, touching at all
the ports of the various islands, will not exceed 290
vessels, including the Hawaiian fleet, which numbers
about 20 vessels. It is not safe to count on much in
crease in this trade, as it is a well known fact that it
has not proved very lucrative for several years past
Now as it is a fret that the siseof this fleet has been
very much over-estimated, we will take another view
of the subject, and see if San Francisco does not en
joy about as fair a proportion of the whaling trade as
aae m entitled to, and as much as she would get in
esse the fleet should all be diverted hither. The Ha
waiian Custom House statistics show that of all the
imports from the United States about one-half come
from the Pacific side, that is, from San Francisco, for
the Oregon trade is so small it is not worth mention
ing. It is not, perhaps, generally known here, ani
mo re's the pity, that the bulk of imports into the isl
ands from the Eastern States is composed of stores
for the whale ship, sent out by the owners. They are
entered in bond, leading but a meager 1 per cent
transit doty to the Hawaiian Government by way of
revenue. If the ships were Acre the owners would
still send out their supplies from home, and the mer
chants of San Francisoo would lose their island cus
tomers: bwm if you take our fleet away we cannot
afford to buy of you. The importance and magnitude
of this trade is much over-estimated. It is not near
as large as it was six years ago, and it will not in
crease at present, as the eatchings are very slim, and
oO keeps down at a low figure.
With the correct tacts before one, it is therefore evi
dent that San Francisco doe enjoy a fair share of
this trade, in the shape of exports to the Islands, and
that is all the advantage that can be derived from it,
as shipmasters invariably prefer a foreign port, and
it will be very hard to induce them to come here.
Tna Pa Cine Railsoad. On Monday last Senator
Gwis delivered an able and interesting speech in
regard to this road. " As the subject is one to which
he has devoted much, time and attention, his views
are justly entitled to the earnest consideration of our
people. He meets the objections which have been
by those denying that Congress has the consti
tcxtonal power to enact a law authorizing the con
struction ef the road, by stating his bill does not pro
pose that Government shall buUd a road, but merely
contract for transportation by railroad of its mails,
troops, seamen, aad munitions of war. He shows
that so long ago as 1802, Congress authorized the
Postmaster-General to contract with any private
companies or adventurers," not only to carry the
mail in coaches, ia a part of the country where it bad
been carried on horseback, but to provide for
passengers; and to effect this a bonus of one-third
more than was paid for horseback transportation was
allowed. By his bill, he says, inducements are
offered for private capital to undertake the construc
tion of the road.
As the opponents of this bill have attacked it on
account of the immense expense it will entail upon
the Government, Senator Gwix shows that their op
position is groundless. The policy of granting lands
' for railroad purposes is too well established to need
any argument in its favor. That it is a good policy
in some cases few will deny, and the fact that it has
beeo abused is no valid excuse for abandoning it
The lands through which the Pacific road would pass
are at present comparatively worthless, and as it will
necessarily be long ere these could be brought into
market, certainly the pecuniary interests of the Gov
ern meat would be promoted by granting such por
tions of it as would ensure the construction of the
road. But, says Senator Gwrx, I most unequivocally
deny that the Government will in any manner risk
the loss of one dollar if it passes. His proposed
method of constructing the road is as follows : To
those who contract to make it, alternate sections are
to be granted for 20 miles on each side of the road.
The Government is to advance 12,500 per mile in
bonds to the contractors, as soon as a section of
twentyrJve miles is completed; that is to say, when
twenty-miles of the road are made and put into suc
cessful operation, then the Government shall loan to
the contractor at five per cent interest, 9302,500 in
bonds, payable in nineteen years. The Government
is thus called upon to advance nothing until the work
has been performed. It then pledges its credit, and
acquires a lien or mortgage upon the road, and should
the contractors fail, it would then take possession of
it This proposition certainly appears to be a good
one for both the Government and the contractors.
A Pacific Railroad is now considered absolutely nec
essary. It is evident that Government itself, grant.
Ins; it had the power, should not construct it It
must be baflt by individual enterprise, aided by the
Government Of the propositions which have been
thus far made, that of Senator Gwci seems the most
feasible. For whatever sums of, money the Govern
ment may advance it receives ample security, and
the only gifts it is asked to make are the alternate
ttfttflft- The railroad constructed by the land thus
givsat woukt so materially increase the value of that
nvraed by the Government, that the gifU would cost
it nothing, while the revenue, says Senator Gwor.
maid be iiiii isnt it by this read, from the increased
nm of pnUie land, from augmented revenue from
imports, from the diminished expenses of the War
TWjejtmcni, aad from the increased revenue and
diminished expenses of the Port Office DepartaenL
That a Facile road would encourage emigration to
p,i;gw, Oregon, and Washington Territory caa
easily t conceived, and that tia ultimate results of
each emigration would be vastly to increase the gsne
peossarity af the country ao one will deny; but
wbenThowever. Senator Qwjm draws a most attrae
tivTpicWrs ofti creat tr tfcit i to be earned
r-rlSi. twad. was. he at&a bow JEarof eculdcom
r J with as r the Bsarkets ef Chin and Japan,
' when be ststf tiat we could supply these mar
tr" t'Vtrr than any European power, many will
that ho a rather too imaginative. We have
never understood that those who favored the road
aaroosed that it would he enabled to carry freight
ti iTrari would oeosesarily be to great for it to
Mylriweassent to sand freight over it, unless it
SonlJ be we erf precious "ft"" 7 "J
able saaauiicturci of small : bulk. .The passengers
a .w- :.. mbU be the source of profit, if there
any; but the treat object, however, in buHdiog
tne road would be to furnish a sate and speeay
method of communication with our Pacific possessions.
The road must be made, and the route must be one
which will benefit the wkolt country. Courier and
inquirer. Dee. 20.
Valxxtta JIassob avd Tediitt Bat. As these
two points on the earth's surface have suddenly come
into special notice, it is well enough to know where
they are. Valentin is a town or parish, containing
something over 2,000 people, situated on the Island
of Valentin or Ken more, off the west coast of Ireland,
county of Kerry. The island is asperated from the
main land by a straight one-and-a-fourth mile in
breadth, and forms the most western harbor in the
British Islands. The harbor is deep, capacious, aad
being completely land-locked, and the most western
part of Europe, in addition to the fact of it being the
point where the eastern end of the great Telegraph
Cable connects the land, it has lately excited atten
tion by the proposal to make it the eastern terminus
of railway communication, and a principal station
for Atlantic steamers. ...
Trinity Bay, the western terminus of the Atlantic
Telegraph Cable, is on the eastern coast of the island
of New Foondland, about latitude 47 north, and
longitude 62 west It is distant about sixteen hun
dred miles from Boston, as traversed by the line of
Telegraph. All who have visited Trinity Bay with
one consent allow it to be one of the most beautiful
sheets of water they ever set their eyes upon. Its
color is very peculiar an inexpressible mingling of
the pure blue ocean with the deep evergreen wood
lands, and the serene blue sky. , Its extreme length
is about eighty miles; its breadth about thirty miles,
opening boldly into the Atlantic on the northern side
of the island. At its southwestern shore it branches
into the Bay cf Bull's Arm, which is a quiet, safe
and beautiful harbor, about two miles in breadth,
and nine or ten in length, running in direction North
wist The depth of water is sufficient for largest
vessels. The tide rises seven or eight feet, and the
bay terminates in a beautiful sand beach. The shore
is clothed with dark green fir-trees, which mixed
with the birch and mountain ash, present a pleasing
Rahczo Bctrl The Kcko du Monde Savant says
A farmer in the vicinity of Brussels, having suc
ceeded in removing the bad smell end taste of some
butter by mixing it with chloride of lime, he was en
couraged by this experiment, and he has restored to
butter, the taste and odor of which were insupporta
ble, all the sweetness of fresh butter. The operation
is extremely simple, and practicable by alL It con
sists simply in working the butter in a sufficient quan
tity of water, in which from twenty-five to thirty
drops of chloride of lime have been added to every
two pounds of butter. After having mixed it till all
its parts are in contact with the water it may be left
in it for an hour or two, afterwards withdrawn and
worked again in clear water. The chloride of lime,
having nothing injurious in it, can with safety be
augmented ; but after having varied the experiment,
it was found that twenty-five to thirty drops to every
two pounds of butter were sufficient
Another method of restoring sweetness and flavor
to rancid butter, said to be very effectual by those
who have tried it, is to put it into a churn with new
milk and work it till the old salt and rancidity is re
moved, after which it is to be taken out from the
churn, worked and ealted afresh. .V. E. Cultiva
tor. IV EW GOODS!
To Arrire per Bark " Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
ASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
Wbit Dock, caws Black aad White Checked QailUng.
Bales Vnion bra. drill.
iCasea mr Jersey tie.
Bales Temple "
Bales Uanadoock bra. sbeet-mes.10-4.
Oxford peered ties,
roan lippera, (aewed,)
women' ociTd morocco,
men's open Uppers,
calf sewed brogans,
elf sewed and pird bmnna
calf sewed ssilor'4 pomps,
Bales UTingstoo bleached sheet-
Cases OUs denims.
Bales Tborndike Ticks,
Cues UrioFStcn blea, drills,
Cases Hooey comb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sbeetnn.
Cases Naomkeag bra. sheetings !ces 14b tins green peas.
Case Cloiaiaa, ew,at'g;HirbMs split peas,
Denim OTersils and fncks, jCases refined lard.
Bine, mixed and red flan, shirts Half bbl crushed sugar,
Black merino sacks,
Btas and red flannel shirts.
Black bearer doth Raglans,
(libit extra mess beef,
iBxs, hf and or do, layer raisins,
jUatf bbls butter,
,'Cases box salt,
;hooks fine bag do,
Pilot reef jackets, Mae and blk, Bags pepper.
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Bob Boy Jackets,
Mixed caaaimere pants.
Black " "
CoUonade and Jean pants.
Baatte amsl Ssjae.
'Cases saddles, complete,
Bxs family and salt water soap,
HalfbbU hide poison.
Cases spts turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage,
Kegs of nails.
Kegs of finishing nails.
is fine calf feragans,
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
M kip brogana, Jlous rigging and pump leather,
" waxed do. Kegs pure and extra white lead,
" Oxford ties. Csses boiled Unseed oil,
- " patent leather. Coils Russia boH rope, .
" d tops Caws charcoal irons,
gout pumpbrogans Cases prison padlnrkt,
fan. Oxford ties, Coils span jam,
Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder, '
sewed lasting brcgans. Cases sporting do.
Wisiea, Spirits, ate.
Cases Alcohol, krirn and half W4s Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Uennessy's, MarteD and
BJTierre Braady, cases Catawba do;
Qnarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander Co'i Kocbeue
Brandy, casks Brass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, eases London Cordis Gin.
130-tf . J. C. 8PALDIXQ
The Undersigned Offers for Sale !
Low XlAtOS I
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
recetred by late arrivals from England and San Fran
cisco, principally consisting of DRV GOODS, besides which
be has oo hand and for sate:
Assorted HOOP isox.
Patent woren nose,
Screw wool or pula presses,
- Iron bedstead,
' Children's iron cots,
. Anchors and chains
B. k B. Farrier's champagne
Bridles and bits,
Sheet lead. Copying presses, Liverpool fait,
PACKING SALT, STEAM COAL-
Blacksmith's coal, Brassells carpets,
Vetrct carpets Tongues.
Ilawaiiaa Beef, te
ROBERT C. JAlflOX.
13-The Clipper ship " PIZARRO," of 460 tons regis
ter, was to sail from Isrerpoul in October, with a full and com
plete cargo of
sdfc? Stuadrles s
Kxpressly selected for this market. Samples shortly expected,
when sales will be made by the undersigned 44 to arriTe."
ALSO Shortly expected, ria San Francisco, Clataa and
Carats tlaaslkrrehlers, and a general assortment of
San Francisco goods.
28-rf B, C. ikiriOX.
New Goods Cheap for Cash.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JCST RECEIV
ED the largest and most select assortment of Goods that
he has erer offered to the public, which be will sell
CHEAP FOR CASn I
The attention of the people of WAIALU A, KOOLAU and ricin-
Hy, Is most respectfully invited.
XT Country Produce, Hides, Goat Skins, Cattle, Fowls and
Kgrs, taken In trade. S. N. EM ERSON.
. Waialua, Oahu, Dec IS 1858. 130-tf
FOR SALE BV
OCKS, SACTERNES AND CLARETS,
of rarious brand sand qualities)
Cluunpagne, Cherry Cordials;
Very superior Sherries
Fine old port;
Oi l Jamaica Bum, a superior article;
IMlauds Gin, ia oo dosen and large cases;
Old Tom, Mouoogaheta Whisky;
Brandies, Bitters, te. etc
JUST RECEIVED PER. FAN XT MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer ia New York, a small inrotoe
of Daries A Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply eoOar shirts. They are wtVxMA so that we can fit almost
any site, and afford to sen them to per sent less than farmer
prices. It wants but a trial to cooTince any one of their snperi
oritv ia every respect orer any others In the market at present.
j00-tf TaHors, tor. King Fort St.
R 8TRBX CA8ES ft Bl.lUtUKU
Bbeetings extra fins quality.
For salr by
a. a L F. POOR.
MONET TO LET, .
OlA ri IS 8UM TO SUIT, OX 1P
O I V.VJ KJ KJm prored real or personal security.
12S-tf C C HARRIS.
3 f-afa BOXES, 85 LBS. BACH, ENQLISH
vr w wte soap, per ihur, - "r uy
C L. RICHARDS k CO
SPRUCE AND PINE LATHS,
Whitewood Boards, For sale by
US-tT CI! AS. ERF.WER, 2.
GILIIAN & Co.
ass sow aacsTTcio Tana
i & T O RE Q
FRESH FROM THE
UNITED STATES AND EUROPE,
WHICH THAT OFFER FOR SALR OS AS FAVORABLE
TERMS AS AST ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
Three anadretl aad fiftr nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale boats, 14, 1, 17 and 18 fcet.
Yellow metal, ,
. Sheathing metal.
Sheet lead, marlin spikes.
Corner and iron tackle, Copper and Iron screws,
.jlrtn (rons. Assorted hammers,
Assorted hatchets, Assorted files,
Brass and iron cheat locks. Auger bits,
Door locks, gimlets, com pa sees, Screw drirers,
Knires aad forks, Westemholm knives,
Pocket knirss. Butcher knires.
Ship scrapers, Rigging leather.
A large assortment of Ship Camaallery,
Fresh Groceries, Proriskns, Clothing,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes,
American, Califanuan and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, in short cask;
Rice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beef, wabkisted;
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams.
No. 1 brown sugar. Crushed s ugar.
No. 2 brown sugar, Loaf sugar,
Syrup, Boxes salt.
Molasses,'' Bbls vinegar.
Chests tea, Boxes raisins.
Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
Split peas, Coffee,
Assorted spices, Ac
BoOed Unseed oil, - Spirits turpentine,
Extra white lead. Black paint.
Pure white lead. Putty, chalk,
PruMianbme, Bbls coal tar,
Chrome yellow. Paint brushes.
Chrome green. Pencil bruslies,
An assortment of .
W. K. Lewis & TJro'i fresh Preserved Meats
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton,
Assisted soups, tripe, chicken,
Clams, com, beets, assM pickles.
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Boats Mad Shoes.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip bmgans, buff brogana,
Ueary brogans, boys brogana,
An assortment of ladles' and
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 Ruff, Row Locks,
and Harpoons, from Dartre Jr. Co. and Dean
A Driggs, of Kew Bcdfbr .
New Bedford made Tow line, Manila Cordage,
Hemp Cordage, Rattling stuff,
1194 Spunyarn, Oakum.
Tt the Owsrrn. aae! Perssas iaterewted la
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Omci or TBS Pas. Rail-Road Comtast, I
Nsw York. July 20.1857. I
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of informing those interested ia the Whaling busi
ness, of the adrantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, bud for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its rapacity for the transportation of
erery description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, fcc,
has been fully tested. The 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
plishmeot of this Important object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same akoneskle of vessels at As pin
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding In the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be.
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
under throat; Bills of LusHajg at .the rate of seven
cents per gallon. If received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of Uie Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average imsssgi s to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time oocupied in crossing the lshmus is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other goods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail -Road Company, or to YV i II ia nt
Nelaoa Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest desjntch.
rr Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Mono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Fbkokbjo L. Basks,
Agent Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu S. I. 64 12m .
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
T'H E Undersigned is prepared to receive moneys, or vahiat
ble articles of small bulk, on deposit in his vault in the Post
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
as the Treasury.) These vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visiting the Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other articles, during their absent, will find
this deposit an accommodation to them. When sun s 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
OP WHALESHIPS AD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; fresh beef at cents per tt ; sheep, at (3 per head;
and gnats at tl 50 head. Abo at the port of Uanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Uanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an '
cborage in from S to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef msy
also be had at N a will will at the same rate as above. Also fruits
and vegetaMes of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always on band at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (U-tf) GEORGE CHARM AN.
To Whalemen !
GV. MACT would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Mary k
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beer, Msjttosi. Pork. Poallry, and also the cele
brated KAWAIUAR POTATOES.
The above articles ean be furnished at the lowest rates, ar.d in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. Ail beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
TT No charge made on inter-island exchange.
72-tf - G. W. MACY.
Storage at Kawaihae!
1.. THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
vff j to receive ships' provisions on storage at the lowest mar
ket rates. Lighter furnished for landing and deliv
ering an roods stored. .
If. B. Constantly on hand Irish Potatoes and Hawaiian
Beef. Q- W. MACY.
Kawaihae, November 13, 1858. 128-3nj.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AT KEAL.A-
kekua Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to furnish Ships with
Salt and Fresh Beef. Sheep, Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, ete etc equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
Kealakekua, Oct. 1858. 1214m
WHALE LINE, fcc
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d
OAK PLANK, Ate.
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2s.
USSIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN.
Martin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimbles,
Double and single blocks. White Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Brae, -
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
- H. HACKFBLD k CO.
. SALMON I SALMON I -
JUST RECEIVED PER ME LIT A, PROM
Ban Francisoo, a fresh lot of Sacramento Salmon, io barrels
of 140 Jbs, put op for family use, and wabbastkd, Abo, a few
bbls of Eel River Salmon. For sale by .
134-tf C. A. k H. F. I-OOR.
JL Composition Nails, from the manufactory of Crocker, Bros.
At Co. For sale by - llis-vi . H. r. bkus.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
TaSW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FROM
tiM 0-200 tuwnH :
New English Stud and Shackle Chain CsMes, 1 l-io to i incn,
64-tf For sale by . j. tsni naiuni.
PITCH AND TAR.
BA RRELS of each. Just arrived per clipper ship
" Srren. - - For sale by
' . . CHAS. BREWER 2d.
D. F. 9fSOX7. :
HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I.,
OFFERS FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO! BUTT
O Whasers, at the Lowasr masxct rs4Cs ,m !Z
nt UUKRCBXS D ISK, consisting In part of the tollowinf
named articles i .
White and grey merino drawers. Red fiannei drawers,
Women's white cotton hose, Bdk "khifm.
Embroidered undersleeves. Corah handkerchiefs.
Navy Caps, with oil silk covers.
Check linen shirts.
Colored India satin,
White L. B. shirts,
White linen handkerchielB
Goat buskins. Enameled leather brogana.
Boxes fire crackers.
Lamn wicks. Nos. 1 and 2.
Boston Beauty stoves,
1 Set Tisjs's Tools.
Manila and Hemp Rope, assorted sixes,
Whale line, spunyarn. Ravens duck,
Cotton duck, Nos. S and 4.
GROCER'S SCALES, .TM
YELLOW MET A L, 18 to 28 o.
Tarred paper, Venetian blinds, ??,a'
Irrot Champagne, Cdrbant Wine,
Cases Bourbon Whiskt, qts and pts,
10-gall. kegs Bocrbon Whiskt,
A Large stssortsmeat of Crockery Wstre t
Bowls, vegetable dishes, plates, ewers and basins, mugs, jugs
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
: ; Thumb latches, gimlets.
Hooks anil staples, firmer chisels.
Tower bona, brass butts, Hingham bucket s,
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton hats, corn brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc., etc
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofe.
Genuine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Ban needles. Cut nails. Lanterns, Paint oil,
Boat nails, Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, Rasps,
Corkscrews, Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives,
Black paint. Padlocks.
Red and Blue Bunting,
011 Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil,
joef Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
Wool, Goat Skins. Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (61-rf) J- C. SPALDINQ.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by llft-tfj CHAS. BREWER, 2p.
Old Yellow Metal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR
ket rates, by 1-9-U, CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Ice ! Ice ! Ice !
PER MOUNTAIN WAVE "
A TONS FRESH POND BOSTON ICE,
HF f IU patent Britannia Ice Pitchers.
, 3 Silver Plated Ice Pitchers,
18 chest Refrigerators, assorted sixes,
12 Upright do do do,
10 Tank do (for Hotels,)
2 dosen Patent Ice Cream Freexers, ass'd sixes,.
18 Water Coolers.
24 Ice Cream Moulds.
The above Ice and assortment of sundries calculated for the
use of Ice, have Just been received by the above ship, and are
fered for sale by the HONOLULU ICE CO.
H2tf C. H. LEWERS, Proprietor.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE
THE UNDERSIGNED IS REA DT TO FPR
niah to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities,
a very superior article, cqtl to the best imfosted salt, and
at a price to DEFY COMPETITION T tor terms, apply to
115-6m Puuloa Salt Works.
New Goods just Received
FROM SAN FRANCISCO A SUPERIOR
assortment of Goods, consisting in part of -Cases
Cases scarlet flannel shirts,
Men's cassi mere hats,
Boys do do fancy,
Rolls of oil cloth,
ladies' embroidered work baskets,
. Ladies' large sise do,
IufanU' hoods, fancy trimmed.
Cases blue laid ruled letter paper,
Csses buff wrapping paper, , .
Nests S-hoop painted pails, '
Fine linen bosom shirts.
Heavy grey merino undershirts,
" Nests of trunks, 4 in a nest,
8olar lamp chimneys. A". 2,
Labia's Extracts, assorted. For sale by
13J.tr C. A. k n. F. POOR.
CHAIRS! CHAIRS 1 1
JUST RECEIVED per Young Greek," from Boston
' an assortment of Chairs, consisting of
Bay State office. Ladies' Pining, Wood Seat office, '
Baltimore Cane, Lafayette do.
Ban Top Grecian GjH Strijie, do do do Curl Maple,
Cane Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye, .
Cane Back Nurse, Wood Seat, Children's Rocking,
- Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, &c, &&, &c, - '
For sale by
119-tf A. P. EVERETT.
ER LATE ARRIVALS A
- assortment of Light Ciuthinir, vis :
White linen duck and drill pants,
do do do
Brown do do
do do do
Fancy plaid coats.
Fancy check coats.
Black alpaoca costs.
At wholesale by C. A k H. F POOR.
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Scales.
AH sixes of the above for sale by
B. F. SNOW.
YVIIIFFLETREES, CHAINS. sVc
ETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES Ai CHAINS.
Extra sued Harrows,
. Ox Yokes,
. Iron Plows,
For sale by
119 tf ' ' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Dana's Coral Reefs and Islands.
A FEW COPIES OF THE LAST EDITION
of this valuable work just received and for sale $1 24
(12-lm 11. M. nuiinsi.
N HAND, and to arrive, per "Syren,"
Bars refined Iron,
Bundles Nan Hods,
Bundles Norway Shapes,
For sate by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
EAST MAUI PLANTATION",
For sale by ' (30-tf) H. HACKFELD It Co.
BUNGS I BUNGS I
znrn cask bungs, assorted sizes,
kjyjVJyJ for sale by
CHAS. W. FOX.
Cabinet Maker and Turner,
Hotel street, near Fort.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, &c.
RENCH ZINC IN TIN. PIKK WHITAC
lead, dry red lead, yellow oenre in ou, otacc paint, veru
gris. chrome and Paris green, Yandyke brown. Unseed and ku-
kul oil. turpentine; coach, white and copal varmsn, goiu ana su
rer leaf, amber, Venetian red in oil, paint and sash brushes,
pnttr, tm hand and tn arrive, far by o
FAMILY COOKING STOVES!
ALTOGETHER SUPERIOR TO EVERY
other kind imported i BAY STATE and GREEN MOUM
TAIN STATE STOYES, Nos. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and A, by the ellppe
ships " Syren" and " Mountain Wave, for sale by
113-tf . E. O. HALL'
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
lU-tf , H. M. WHITNEY.
ASUPERIOH LOT OF BOARDS rnsisl CLAP
BOARDS, for sale by
87 tf - C. H. LEWERS.
. CLAPBOARDS AND LATHS.
PINE (6-FT.) DRESSED CLAPBOARDS;
Pine Laths, per " Mountain Wave." -
. .112-U , C. H. LEWERS, Fort street.
Assorted sises for sale by
, . W. A. ALDKICH.-
i 11 rwCS
OR SALB. A a -JTreceiT
marset rates fTw.rk Among the
ed from Sam Frai
- prv"p ' t .
- miite cotton drilUmdaP1m8 . "
Vnrnitnre prints, brown aniiinj; p . , . -nuts.
Fancy shirts, -ripU uersiTrU
White, colored and .Jft" white and red flannel,
Merino undershirts, dAto, French merino,
White blankets, large "Vtatoth? medium do do.
Duck and trowserings, 'bEnV Vuk, pooebo etoth,
L -ErevtcuuSrd eoats,
lien's shoes, ladies' shoes, craps shawls,
Unrean,!.. ndtfa, silk neckties,
Felt (saertd), cord,
Priding uJZZEZa. linen ri pan-,,
IS, II1UC fjss.a-.- '
M V as-s.
Ginger, cinnamon n.acck,ves oatmes brmI0lpi
Capers, oneu nerus, -
gheet lead, assorted English Cies,
Assorted hoUow ware, sheathing nans,
"Oarfen chairs, bronre hat Viw
Handsaws, saw set a.Mortedekscrews,
Tableknives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Chest locks, barrel bolts, try pans, anvils
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates,
Uoop iron, assorted Iron, screw wool PS
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gates,
Burnished bits, sail needles, . . nm
Pmnp tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoons.
Anchors and Cbainsw
Bottled alef a first rate article), brandy, gin,
OldTcra, nock, crabapple cider, sherry wine champagne, etc
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white? saddles, bridles, belu, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickling salt, St. Ubes pack.ng P'Pf' . '
Black yellow and green paint, hemp rope, Manila rope,
5epcvas,uW,Vtrong wide bagfrlnwoot bag.-,
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other varnishes.
Yellow nappies, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd-
Dinner pZP pla inch plates, flat dishes, mug.
Metal covered jug. aad pitchers, etc., c JANI0X.
D. C. WATERM & Co.
Offer for Sale:
nHIA EXTRA MESS BEEF.
'um Kl.l. nrintf nnrk-
100 u Gallego flour, superfine,
100 iiaxau uo uu,
25 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar,
50 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford tow lines,
50 bundles nary oakum,
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons Iron hoops, .in.
300 coils Manila cordage, 6J inch, t- , -.
31, Si, 3k, 3. 2. 2. 2i, 2, 1 and 14 inch,
60 coils 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 thread,
60 eoil9 Russia cordage, 7i inch shrouding,
25 coils 9, 12 and 15 thread, seizing, hamber-
line, rounding and houseline,
Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 5 Inch,
Ship's cam booses, complete, Nos. 2 and 3,
Whale irons, toggle irons,
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, , 6, 6 and 7,
10,000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine heading, .
Spruce flour boards,
Hard pine flooring boards. ltt-xl
COR. MERCHANT JlfD FORT STREETS,
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
EVER IMPORTED INTO TUTS MARKET.
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RAT lid than have ruled In this market
in past years. Citisens and Strangers are respecauuy invueu to
calland see for themselves. A. S. A M. & GRINBALM.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1858. 115-tf ;
FOR SALE TIY TIIK UNDERSIGNED:
COILS SEW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale line;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets;
Whalemen's slop clothing, vixt
Monkey and reefing jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
Gray do do;
Striped flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
Hickory . hirts;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stockings, socks and mittens;
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
Best English boiled linseed oil;
Best do white lead; '
Best do black paint;
Best do green paint;
Spirits Turpentine. . -S4-tf
A. J CARTWRIGHT.
THE UNDERSIGNED would call the attkxtioh of
of his Friends 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, fcc, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest improvements.
XT Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, kc, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
N. B The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
119-tf W. F. HOW LAND, Artist.
02 FEJfT'2 INCH, 27 TO 30FEET
2174 feet, 1 inch, 25 to 23 feet long,
588 feet, 1 inch. 12 feet and upwards,
Of New Hampshire pasture oak, selected by a shipbuilder, and
expected by " Mountain Wave," September 20, is offered for
sale by 112-tf C. H. LKWERS, Fort street.
PIANOS t PIANOS! PIANOS I
F THE CELEBRATED MANUFAC
CHICKERING & CO.,
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
Tlte undersigned can furnish superior toned instruments of
the above makers, through Mrssrs. Badger Lisissen
Btrrgr r, Sols Agkxts for the Pacific coast.
Plans and styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. k II. F. POOfr
FOR SALE OR HIRE !
VERT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate or Wooden Beds and PUELAN'S CKLK
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, kc Apply to
103-tf K. BURGESS.
1WE CARGO OF THE CHILIAX BARK
. 44 Alexandrn Garrigos,' consisting of
350 tons Siesta Cm la,
1 lost Saltpetre.
Apply to L. H. ANTHON.
86-tf .. Or to J. C. SPAULDING.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
" . - Meats,
u - Brandy Fruits, daily Just received per clipper ship
"Syren," For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, J.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
(wafTIHARLES HEIDSIECK tc CO. The best
Wine ever drank on these Islands. For sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
OLD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
ky, ia le-gallou packages, in bond or duty paid, far sale by
115-tf C. L. RICHARDS At CO.
THRESH COVE OYSTERS. OLIVE OIL,
7 Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, saleratns.
Corned beef in kegs for family use, cheese, sacks flour,
On band and tor sale by
W-tf . . A. P. EVERETT.
... , , MARBLE SLABS.
"UST RECEIVED, per Young Greek," from Boston,
9 and for sale by the undersigned, an assortment of MAR
BLE SLABS, with Brackets.
ll-tf A. P. EVERETT.
LLOW PINE 1 1-4. AND SPRUCE T-S
Tongue! and grooved Flooring, per " Klixa A Ella."
U. II. LEWER8.
COZZENS' PALE SUERRY.
COZZENS PALE SIIERRT The finest wine ever
IB ported for sale by
115-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
UARTER BOXES RAISINS For sale by O-
XZ-tI V. U, KtLHAKDSS C
THESE GOODS HAVE ALL BEEN SEL
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
r the wants of the Honolulu nuonc ami uie w nanus;
THE PROPRIETOR OP THIS ESTABLISHMENT
- v , HA VINO INUSE AN . V
Adams' Imperial Power Pres.,
- AND A -;
RVGGLES' CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
p rixitixxe ZwX aterlftl
The Rett Assortment of Plain and Fancr
- Cards ever imported, .
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
T3 T 3ST T X N Or m
x IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
AUCTION BILLS, ; , . , ;
SHOW BILLS, ,
- WAY BILLS. l
' BOOKS, Ate,
V7U1 be executed promptly, in a superior manner, and at reason
able prices. . ' .-' .
ITOrde s, by mail or otherwise, will receive Immediate ttn
tion. (CT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oaho. -tf
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPERS
THE UNDERSIGNED is Agent to receive hcjip
tkms throughout this kingdom for any of the following
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually n th.
Harper's Monthly Magazine (the ne plus ultra ,
of Magazines) - "
Atlantic Monthly Magazine, - " I - J
Godey's Lady's " -
Graham's Illustrated ----Leslie's
Magazine of Fashion, -Hunt's
Littel's Living Age, (weekly) - - -Blackwood't
.Magazine, (English) - . - -
Blackwood and the A English Quarterlies, -Either
of the 4 English "
United States Illustrated Magazine, - - -North
American Review, (quarterly) -De
Bow's Review, (monthly) - -Dickens'
Household Words, - - - . -Hatching's
London Illustrated News, (weekly) - - -
Evening Mail (tri-weekly cf the London
Times) - - - . - -"
Punch, (weekly) - - -
" Despatch, -
Bell's Life In London, - - - -
London Weekly Times, -
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, -
French Courier des Etats Unis, -
New York Herald, (weekly) - - -
" Tribune, " - -
- " Times, " - -LesHe's
Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly)
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, - -
Ban Francisco Herald, - - -
- Alta California, - -
" Ti'Wn Talk, - - -Boston
Journal, (weekly) -Willis'
Home Journal, - - -New
York Independent, (weekly) -Philadelphia
Evening Post, "
Harper's Weekly Journal, - - - -Life
Illustrated, (a weekly family journal) -The
Country Gentleman, do 44 ' -
New Bedford Mercury, - -
Ship List, - - - -Cultivator
Magazine, (monthly, on C tning)
' The above list comprises the cream of British and American
periodical literature, and will be supplied to subscribers here at
the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking several
periodicals will be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
are regularly received by each mail from the United Slates, and
can be supplied on application. The undersigned will also order
bv mail any papers not in the above list for those who may desire
them. (SS-tf) H. M. WHITXKY.
BY JAMES J. JARVES, ESQ.
THE UNDERSIGNED has received by the ship Eli
za tf EUa, from Boston, the following late publications,
by Mr. Jarves. formerly of Honolulu :
KI ANA, a Talk of Hawaii. -
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
Is dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehameha IT.
ART HINTS, ox Architecture, Sculpture and
" Painting By J. J. Jarves.
- America has at last produced a writer who msy help to edu
cate her in art, guide her infant steps, and to point out the pit
falls that surround the pilgrim of art." London. Atheneum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d series.
Without question, one of the raciest books ever wikten on
Parisian life and manners." Botton Port.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J.
"The sketches of which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but Informing. They furnish ani mpressive idea of the
grandeur and the glory and the degradation and shame of mod
em Italy." Home Journa.
87-tf For sale by II. M. WniTNEY.
2. celebrated Hitters, just ruceived.per "t'OKTUAA," and
for sale by (108-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
DIARIES FOR 1859.
JUST RECEIVED A fine assortment of Diaries)
of various sizes plain, marbled and gilt edges.
127-2m II. M. WHITNEY.
12,000 for sale by
DS NAVY BREAD
V A. P. EVERETT.
LIGHT AND HEAVY RAVEN'S DUCK,
Rock port Cotton Duck,
U. 8. Pilot Duck, For sale by
119-tf ' . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
. SAFES! SAFES!
SUPERIOR FIRE AND THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Denio k Roberts, Boston. For sale
by , 95-tfl A. P. EVERETT.
ASES ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops, lust received per M Raduga,n and for sale by
117-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
1 F.f ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FELT,
1UV J a new article, for sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
HOOP IRON, fee. - : . '
HOOP IRON, SMALL SIZES
Rivets, small rises.
119-tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER, to.
CLOTHING AND HATS.
ED FLANNEL OVER-SHIRTS. MEN'S
Canton straw hats, men's cassimere hats.
For sale by
121-tf C. A. k, H. F. POOR.
PER GLIMPSE. O
NE8T8 PAINTED TUBS. COUNTER
scales, boose paper, haatmers and hatchets, baskets, porta -ntonnaies
sxc, Ac- Ac For sale by ,
- li3-tf , v. - . ; C. A, k H. . POOR.
SHOOKS. , ..
1000 BARRELS OIL SHOOKS. to arriva
VF Vr VF per clipper ship jrren." for sale by
, 119-tf Y . - , v v CHAS. BREWER, to. ,
PEA JACKETS! '
IOR SALE, ONEBALEOF PILOT CLOTH
Pea Jackets, containing T&. bv
126-tf,' : ..... Cv A. fc IL F- POOR. '
0NE SUPERIOR . X. Y. SPRING DRAY.
Vr . with Harness complete, tor sale by -119-tf
, . . CHAS. BREWER, SB '
FENCE POSTS X '
AM ANI FENCE POSTS FOR SALE BT
120-tf CUAS. BREWER iil. i
VESSELS, HARBORS AHD I
P0KTS OF THE HAWAnAX J
-WTESSELS ARRIVING np I
Hniry to make the usual V
at the Fore,) If they want a pilot. "'I?
The pilot will approach vessels on th. it ,
sent the health oerli Scale to be ,ir C ."""W . I
set is free from contagion, the ean,i l-'Hu
otherwise ne will hoist the yellow , tkj
of the pilot and health officer.
i eommauaing omoer of any mereh.
attur her arrival at eith. .J v.l u
make known to the collector of cusl J
said vessel has come to this pott, foroukT
pessengers. and deUvcr bim, under ".th . 1
manifest or the carjowith which said . J
manifest shall eoouin an account of the4''
marks, number, content and quanUUei fk,0
importers or consignees. When aoTT 4f !
perform any or all of the sets abov. bZJW
eight hours afW his arrival, be shall besn?,
ceedlng one thousand dollars. Be shtlT i?tU
above mentioned, deliver, under oath .
board at the time of her arrival, ttixJer nni,,
a nne or one nunureu uotiars. '
.x.vi w iwiiug wvwim .aau enter Uwf
lector's office within forty-eight W, ;
either of the ports of entry, and previous bwT H
n..a, innun nr taking -r OSfW
penalty of not less than ten or more tu. TZ k
They shall also, within the time fchoreit!
all wines sou spvua oa ooara si tm- '?
cargo and freight, except the prod ace of S.
outfit, provisions and furniture of their remM 1
forfeit! nc all such stores, earn aiut .'-. I
of stores or manifest, and a fine of one han-iT
Before landing baggage, a permit for ti. V
talned from the collector, and no permit easw
requisite passenger list has been furnished bT,?''
Mssters of vessels aDowins; baggag to u V-";
pUanee with the laws, are subject to a fine of 1
The collector, at his discretion, and at thf JT
sel, may provide an officer to be pres-otonT
discharge, to superintend the disemharUiil
othT or greater amount of merchandta. u u ! '
forth in the permit. J((
Vessels having spirits, wines, or an,
boarl, subject to a doty exceeding five peflN
m-..u-e .ic uaoitto L.I
board, who siiall receive the sum of
per diem, and also food and lodging at thcenZM
The following are the only ports of entry fcVM
for vessels of all descriptions, Honolulu, (iJuhnTT'l
Hilo, Kealakeakuaand Kawailise. (Iiavaii CL
and for whalers and vessels of war only Uatafe VI
. The port charges are as follows :
At Honolulu Pilotage one dollar mk.
pilotage if no pilot is employed ; health
buovs. two dollars harbor master. threiL.nZ 1
dollar pilot for anchoring a vessel outside. rtJn
trr the harbor, ten dollars. ni
At Lahaina. Boarding officer, five dolWt
1-.. aan.l if HUI ilnllan . '
H t v.. - i.. 1 . . . , vKun,
At Hilo. Pilotage, health certificate and cfc'i
. XJ w"aj
At Kealakeakua. Boarding officer, ti : ru..
At Kawaihae, (Hawaii,) and Koka, (rw T
A U charge for buoys and boarding offie()Bai
collector's office before lading, unhulinr tn
go or passengers, shipping or dincharciar tnj em"1
Hawaiian vessels, whether licensed a ou..
engaged in foreign trade, are liable to the iaatsJ
Stncuons aa loreigu tcmtis.
Wliale ships are allowed to land good totbtiu
dred dollars free of duty.
Products of the whale fishery may be trtti
Cnargv ewef. mu mm inuiu u KjM ,
landed In bond for export, they are liable u, fc,
cen . on value by estimate.
The permits granted to whalers do not inebfe
positioa of spirituons liquors.
Any master of a whaleship who shall U2 ujntl
mit when called for, shall be liable to s fiueoruJ
or more than fifty dollars, to be imposed rj thtoM
Before obtaining a clearance for s venel.ifcJ
tended to be exported, a manifest of all stoni tut
or transhipped from other vessels, a list of th tm-
of all passengers who are to leave the kinrd'a it b
pay all legal charges at the harbor iuuteiJit&, J
Every captain of a vessel who shall cooTer an
dom as a passenger, any person to whom the i
plies, who shall not be provided with s pasnnr.fr.
ter of foreign relations or collector of caatue,s.
such person, be liable to a nne of n!ly d-iSsn, u
debts and obligatans which such pawenym rji -
paid In this kingdom, and the vessel shall be U
ment and sale to pay tne same.
An 7 vessel having cargo on board intended feu
or spirits in cargo or stores, may not touch tM ptJ
of entry, without a permit from a collector. I
Masters nf vessels are requested to leave their i
board with the o nicer In command, tit the rank
OU. whalebone, or any other article of nwcht.
transhipped without a permit, is UsbletoseixuRni
Vessels landing goods upon which the data
paid, are liable to seizure aud confiscation.
If any person commit au offense on shot, u
board a vessel, it shall be the duty of the eouiud
such vessel to surrender the suspected or culprit H
officer of the police who demands bis sarrendets
tton of a legal warrant.
Ail sailors found ashore at Lahaina after tl feJ
drum, or at Honolulu after the ringing of the tnrsd
subject to apprehension and a nne of two mslsiv
Shipmasters must give notice to the harbor EMr
sertion of any of their sailors within forty-eight W
Deaaltv of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are not allowed to be disctorHi
ports of these Islands, except at ttonmum. lsub
and at these ports only with the written comtmi
Honolulu, Lahaina and Hllo, are the only pn i
tire seamen are allowed to be shipped and dtsac
those places only before the agent for shipping
No spirits or other merchandise shall be emend sJ
for consumption or re-exportation, at any of sat
kingdom except Honolulu, Lahaina and Ilikv, tad
wines liable to a duty higher tbau five per em
sh.ll he ao entered at Hilo.
The rates of duties on merchandise landed iuuu.1
On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, ale. porter aodi.
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of any ixrzi
ceeding 6a per cent, nor tnan 1 per cent. .
dollars per gallon. Do. exceeding 6S per cent, i
dollars per gallon. Do. exceeding 18 per ee
in 27 per cent, of alcohoL one dollar per galiik
tig 18 per cent, of alcohol, five per oeut. ad vakrc
On sugars, molasses, syrups ot sugars, am C"G
of any country with which this govern meat Is
treaty, as follows
Two cents per pound on sugars, ten cents per
lasses and STruns of sugars, three cents per pouu
On all other merchandise five per cent, ad rile!
On merchandise transhipped from one rend
transit dntv of one ner cent, ad valorem.
Any vessel taking away a prisoner frotr. Uk UtU
to a fine of five hundred dollars.
Any captain or other officer of a foreirn rati
without complying with the requirements of the u
out of the jurisdiction of this government, anj sJ
thereof, is liable to a fine ol five hundred dollar.
Rapid riding i.i the streets is prohibited undera M
The hours for landing goods or other article. sl
o'clock, A. M., and o'clock, P. M, on all dajnarJ
and national bolydays.
Office hours at the custom house and abrtf
every day (except Sundays and national hty
o'clock, A. M-, until 4 o'clock, P. M.
Vessels arriving from Ban Francnco, or' ether H
and having a mail for Honolulu, will buirt the tun'.
the fore, if a pilot is wanted ; but if a piks is M
sel having such a mail will hoist the ensign at WM
Messrs. Morgan, Stone k Co San Francaw, u i
toed mail ageuU for the Hawaiian Oovernaxsij
leaving that port for Honolulu, are requested to Hi
the time of their de;iarture. .
Harbor RrxsilsttssMsa IIssslsX
Vessels anchoring outside of toe reef off Ilnnuiss-R
. 1 - 1 . L. . 4 ... .1 .. h iLlnH
llieir ancuoraft, wmru ruw w " w v "
eitlier of tlie nmisioned pilots. Vessels enuis
to be anchored in the place designated by the sir
his assistant, and moved from one aia-horsi
may direct, and n'jne except Hawaiian cartinf"
than fifty tons burthen, and vessels under cum
or onicer tor the purpose ot leaving port, w qu -witliout
the written permission of the barb-. mso
The harbor master or his assistant, or any iM 1
ing a vessel from one anchorage or mourinr
make fast to anv other vesst-1 or to any wsrp '
person resisting the same, cutting away or cinf
or fastening, is liable to the penalty suueu
ter is responsible for the same. All vesstli
shall, when so requested by the harbor marfwr ? -
slack down their stream csbles aoa o-ikt iukcu
All vessels entering the harbor sliall,if """i
lutrbor master, or either of the rig in
and spanker booms, and top their 'ower sndt-'F
i.. ... . o.m- b,v..i..ij within UK I.
ail cases'before attempting to come alon-le H
i . . . . . i i t .. ti nirS 1
eiuier oi me uocks w wmoct, ---r
toppel until within twenty-tour hours of tlu '
kiu mnA nntll Mmnvin. fryim .11 V m'harf OT dt.
No pitch, tar, resin or oil shall be heated hM
sel within the harbor ; but aU such couilMUt? il
boated on shore, or in a boat, or on a rft t re4!
Iiuui wis vnosci. ihr I
Any person who shall throw or cause u "l J
narnor, or leave or cause to oe ie u -dead
animal, shall be liable to be rprvb.tiH -
saaiea ociow. k.riid
tarpaulin properly stretched and spread W P"
falling into the water. . , Mt
For each violation of either of the forenns to".
the person violating is liable to a nue,uoewe'
If a pilot conduct a vessel to anchorage ""L
lul u. and be not detained oo board from the o"
seL keger than tweuty-four nours, he u ,
1 kltk .riArut and if detUtKO "
than twenty-four hours, $5 per diem :
afterwards enter, the anchorage fees boT?"eii
mined, and the usual pilotage and health
The pilots snail ortug tne vessels
of fully within the harbor, (within tne m "'
wise directed by the harbor master J and
able and convenient place. , A
The harbor master shaU board all reVtrj
ima vessels irom lunrigu pur .
entered the harbor, direct them where sod do. , J
mat, see that the commanding officer has OiPnt
htUons. and receive a list of passengers, t
He is entitled to coiled r.ir such seirices.
three dollars la addition to the amount p1" V
boau and warps In moving and making TT.,,
aweessarily detained oa board more than ,??L4j
to receive at the raw of one dollar per " " ii
Uon t and for each time that be nj I TZ tA
vessel after saving ones moored her pr. periy
oelve the same pay as ia toe first mstauw-
Any prrsoo who ahaD throw stone, - .
from a vessel at anchor In the harbor ca ii"
to s fine of $100. ,-ln
Saoss Boats Any boat plying for "nff
Honolulu, whether employed ia caro inK P
wuuout ocmg uoensvn, i. uaw , Kizl ' 1
carry with him 100 lbs. of luggage or H" A
k... mA n jtn Xntrvmrt or coin's I
ding to agreement with th owner of t",b' Mf
AU the boats of hire for tlms are """".(.f
lasserjger for the first aoor, ooa dollar ( sod
big hour fifty cents. .:,ii to ci
All boats hired by distanos are entitled w. J
cents for every paMwnger to and from nr. ff
the Inner harbor or buoy. esT ahreist tbf '"ITv
son k Co. ; fifty ceots to and from aJTtt r
harbor, that is between the buoy off brrzlZ
Kobinsoo A Co., and abreast of the votPr.i
through the reef t and one ilollar to nd'rT
of the buoy abreast of the westerly P" ".,,';
boat to remain In all cases at the P'B' .f"rtlcf1
nut exceeding fifteen miantes without LJ
case h saoau net ossainea asangaiuc --j ,n)Mk)
over fifteen mlnstcs, then the owner Is ""ti
fivs cenu for every fifteen minutes of sacs ow
, Baooiuia, January, lsas.
MASTS OF ALL
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