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UT-AT (A" Urdooj pe, line....!" cu.
L-r!f!utHi io " " ----50cu-
JtoglOUne. spacej fir urUoutl 00
fr Visiting tne Eautt The
T' ' J, .-j-.HiaraLnaa Her. '
togaaac ; .
-Bila almost univeraj among people
fwn East since immigrating to CaUfor
llfo.'war for tnem to pay a visit
11 .T., .neb. a trip will be to them a
2lt and nnsHoyed pleasure. ; This feeling
rMB,. -n,la of oor cituens annually, and
5 X. Cwt calculation, a loss to the State of
r:A,iiars every year, tnat is now expend-
i&x3 " , hid much, better for .all coo-
iifw Trnt home in improving the eoantry
JIld.0f;.!larc This species of ab-
jevdsp s . t in:Qry to California;
F! n k dad to hai the day when it shall be
" L .w!. . It is a fact that those who
d'-gasteJ with their travel and
' wt stsii, mm "t- . .
lw?T..n mothers from committing the same
. a a . -? - den ed her dauirhter's
1P.1 a blU ryinff that in former years
: Jfhich the daazhter airey replied, that
, fee inc wuj w.
Ku.ru r Keh tntn and wo-
"Thm wni he eontent with nothing else
the fllT ef efltern P'lgnmage for
inS .ta" V 'r .K- hnrrv. toil and anxietr
r .' , i. mnntrr neonle lose sitrht
tiDZS of r eUmaw an-l the thousand and
th an epidemic home-
. ' Mnint disonter. near asm to
2 Wyptare to themselves the, r old
..ww left it. Without being guilty of
w they naturally imagine that their
m. rjy Ion? to go back and fill it np
" tW think wiU be a perrjctiy easy matter.
1 .-.1 fter rears of absence, they finl all
1 lu1 - .
..l' The jounj are grown np and named,
! ve beenrae staid men of business, and the
j! are bewme old many are ded all is
iaJ the cbanje that is more keenly ap
"f thii ail others, is in the feeling of olJ friends
jl . a, a a . a t.
V- rt:We. mey are noi wrreoi iuej
Im lured them. Bat they cannot hide from
r tfajt they are no longer a part of the old
t: 6er are, m one sense, strangers; mey Deiong
iitrnt time, and place anl are of secondary
jeriri to those who once looked to them as
frieaJi Their former position has been
.. . . 1
t, by other, ine pp wmcn ineir aosence
d clel np ana iney aiscover ma peopie
Bkotl ta Eve without them with the same
at a 1 eomfurt as they formerly did with them.
. !,! "kome" that ther have been in the
wbOe in CaHfornia of talking about, as pre-
dr thur borne" is no longer a name ior
fie scales drop from tneir eyes. 1 ne uinswn
toil quickly the melancholy conviction
Lsiathem, that their only real home, is by
Firv T erwtel fire-sides on the far Pacific
t rt Cut the links or affection must oe Kepi
rbytstaal attention. During a long absence,
iiti breome rusted and weak. The potent hand
x iu heall up the wounds that were caused
atJjjos vears ago. and thoueh it undoubtedly
jb oanz to realize the f ict that onr first home
Vi o no more as one of its own still, few are
fm tf reopening the scarred seams.
rat of the returned Califbrnian, thererore, to
ti base, does not turn out as full of pleasure as
ac-DoMd. He tries to convince himself, in some
f . thathe is enjoying himself hugely, but it the
ia toll, moat of them hardly place their feet
Eufra soU, before tney begin longing this
a norn. This feeling increases as time passes,
soneaee, by comparing the salubriousness of
Vj.nia climate with the sultry summer
T thev nSer. to anoreciate the elonous coun-
t hare nt anitted. The storms and rains 01
ba eonfirm them in their conclusion, that there
Lmd Eke the golden Sute. Then the contracted
if the neuole around them their picayunish
La their copper coin all disgust Calilbrnians.
thxk of slugs and double-eagles, ana goia
V a, fresh from the hills. The seasons revolve.
Itm is Lllowed by awful winUr. Sleet, rain
Attvncceed each other. Vhe fences ana me
n!i erack with frost. The frozen and Bliiver
wr aeareely dares put out his nose for cold.
f ieU a elcee prisoner by Jack Frost but re-
fc Mara to the land of his adoption as quicmy
jsrle. Thn comes the heavy expense, tne
sift and danger of the homeward passage and
ie eaters on again the Oolden uaie, win
-a :raaed of a thousand or two hard-earnea
x W riews his visit with reeret. and is entirely
a &c Silly of having nursed a lingering aesire
fst art woe eases where a return to the old
V Pud, to see and; gladden aged parents, is a
rui'y. T such eases, no moneyea argumeniB
Bit vi ask, in the absence of kindred mo
1 iaties. if it would not be wiser tor husbands
is to a the money they wish to spend in
3eEut. by infeatinz it in some permanent
bere. that thev con en ior for years, and
f to their children hereafter? A thousand or
hw&lred dollars, well placed now, will be a
FJ lrtane in ten years. It is mnch better to lay
F "iuo r future independence, than to waste
ot tfuinz so in eaddinz aoroaa over me
Sutes t,r si 1 or eight months. Many young
V few, m snon as they accumulate a little money.
r 9? naiUar th EAt. This is exceeoineij
lav k 1.1 htr fir nnrehase a DlCCe 01 I
rr with thr n.Tiit nd im Drove it year by
1 i . . . r. c . . .1 .
yxj tnbute to the bloated fortunes 01 iu
s n Keaih o lines. Ilavin? the finest coun-
tnh,oar people should strive to make
auDT and Matfntfii at nome o. -
w . .
CantAL Picmc Railroad Bill. The fol-
? 'locrlption of this bill is transmitted from
kin which was introduced br Mr. Cart is of
K tl Hrose of ReoreaentAtives. to secure the
r "Wios of a Central Pacific Railroad, provides
f-wtMa from two mints on the navizable waters
f MisvMiri riTer: on. Annmiit to Iowa, and the
rriie to Moari, the two branches to eon
anite within two hntMlred miles of the Mi3-
r ntr, and thence run to the navigable waters of
usual aporonriation of the alternate sections
miles are ta h nnmnristsi. and eovern-
f tepprnoriatto the contractors 312,000 a!
r reimhnrwri mmmmt in transDor-
L - na miliUrr stores. . Tne eonstruemm
rren by tl President to the best bidder, as
TT BT Senator Owin's bHL
' pian ttart. it,. r m. ttresent
f! sections, and terminates on the navigable
.a U center nf r.lifn;a nnnnUtion. It is
hLs rt Wool1 qaalry convenient to slave
L ccnwenimt tn ths Martn aau oouw
r1 5"TiiTi r. .r su T1 nn. Patina
V, . . mn JUUnjlKJU9 WUU vm' - .
""es. It -n .. - nn
viuu foiiow xne eroigrau wf
rTv ,ro1?h Utah, and be abont sixteen or
-oarw miles lonir.
ac B13 Bra. r 1 .... 0.1 l ta nn
of the Pacific Railroad, which was revive.!
frrjat of iu consideration." I
i -y mi Deuei uias a
oat f his own eye. if he knew
v!i!?,eBt!y it stated that a scheme Is on foot.
r i a sehmv. .j i i t Mniri na
i . w wiTaoccu isswr u
iiiiea aar M .1.. . .v. Mfv nf 1
wo way so ajcenaiD m -
W -. u. numimn k IUH1B . ' '
'ii.m i MnL.v: m. . l . . . . . ifnn r, . h m
LVerit latel appeared, headed " iron
r sad ieaVi.. w. ZZZ the linen mast
"flirru. . ' ". r .
Urk'!r Md if a sea-fish nrims by me it becomes
IT' wbe it is Daet and can't ba sera - ...
lVJaa. en V . . . . wamv
. -- wae. . asa your nouer w mumm
. wata. v. -r u.in. tn tna
T f w yisiiuia ruw wi w '
(yV9f beiaw aHm tt, MffiMiv wu reanested
sra . . its wwBBi aasj a? - a - i
rIT imP?r hmr-vtJ what would be
PUBLISHED WEEKLY Ttf
A. P. EVERETT,
' IIoqoIuIu, Oahn, II. I.
J. F. COLBUIIN,
Kaahamaaa street, Honolulu, Oaba.
' P. S. WILCOX,
(Soeeeasar to R. Coady A Co.,) Shipping and ConanUsion Mer-
chant, llonololu, Sandwich Lilanda.
Kktbhscks ! . .
Hwfv A. Pnaoa, Boston. Bwirr Allbs, Kew Bedford.
BTLBa&UK, VTm. VTlUX)X,
: . . Chabxes Wolcott Brooks, San Francisco.
P S. WlliCOX will continue the Shipping and Commia
aion BoiDCi fomerly carried oo by R. Co.ly k Co. A lupply
of the leading article In the Provision and Ship Chandlery line,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at low rates. From long
experience in every matter concerning M'haleships, he is prepar
ed to offer snperior facilities to masters and owners entrusting
their business to his charge. Particular attentlou wilt be paid
to the shipment of Oil and Bone to the United States, at the
lowest current rates. In first class ships. Whalemen's Drafts
drawn at 30 and 60 days' sight upon their Agents, will be at all
times negotiated. . 132-tf
B. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
v AGHT FOR
Regular Line of Boston and Honntula Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titentnb Plantation.
Hale of Crocker Brothers U Co s Yellow MetaL
New Fagland Roofing Company. 123-tf
- A. P. EVERETT,
Jaakm's new block, Queen street, Honolulu, H.I. .
. nrso A- Tappas, -
K. D. Brigham A Co, -1
" Bmn, KrrrH it Hill,
Honolulu, July L, 1S57.
csias. a. bishop. ' vx. a. alihuch
BISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of Makees Block," on
Kaahumana street, lloo lulu
Wal receive deposits, discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc 113-tf
TT. C. A. Ai II. F. POOR,
IMP0RTEE3 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
- UONOLCLT, OAHC, SANDWICH ISLANDS-
' Gcorcc T. PsxsoDT, Esq.,
EuMaa Ruull, '4- -Messrs.
Rsad, Cbadwick A Dsstbr, '
Waldo, Barry A Co., - - -Abkrsstbt,
Clark A Co-, , -
BaSOKR A laSDRSBRRGKB,
. New York.
L. RICHARDS. . a. W. SBVKRASCS.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Snip Chandlers, Commiarion Merchants, ami dealers ia General
alercnaoaise, uoooiuiu, iwau, wuuiui i.
Messrs. C. A. Williams A Co.. - - Honolulu.
D. C. WatkrmaX A C'a, . - - . 44
I. F.Ssow, - - . - -
Williams A nAvas, - New London. -
Thomas tfrrcB. - -
Williams A Barxrs, - .
Morgas, Stabs A Co., - San Francisco.
McKcbb A Mkbrill. . - " -Asa
T. Lawtos, - -
T. A A. R. Nva, - - New Bedlord.
Edward C. Joses, - -
8. GairTiTH Mobcab, - "
johs p. popb.
D. C. WATERMAN k CO.,
special attention paid Jl
tne mnMsnins; mu, - .
Bone, Oeoeral Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
REFERENCES. . :
Messrs. Ihaao Howlasd. J r-, A Co N ew Bedford,
sr ft. It. Pnn. Eso do.
MOBeaa, gross Cu, San Francisco.
MCRCKR A A1RBRILL,
W. A. ALDRICII,
orter and Dealer in General Merchsndise ; Coinmission
Agent for the Sale of Sugar, Molasses and Coffee, and other
Island Produce. Agent 1 the Uhcb ATk-L
signroentaof all kinds of Island Produce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to. ao""
Ship.Chandler, Dealer In General Mercand Cmisrton
Merchant, uonoiuiu, wura, - .
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by wnaiesnips sun "uw- .
Snipping furnished with all kind, of groceries, provisks Ac,
Kl . 7 . . . .i rKs. a-orr kivMt market price.
XT Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rate tf
OUST B KIM BBS.
31 ELCIIERS & CO.,
n i-! M,ants and Ship Chacdlers, Uoooiuiu,
SanceTocefor Whaiers biUsonthe
July 1, 1856tf
U. S. and Europe.
Commit Merchant, and IvT, S Con
Wanted, Bill. .zarJ
signments rrom aorwi iif "7--. . jl.tf
dace of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. J J
ROBERT C JANION,
Merest and Coinmission Agent, Honolulu, u, -
TH. c. HBT7CK
vosholt. - .-Twrr-iT-
Von llUbi at UUUV..I
General Commission Merchant. Honolulu, Oahn,
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT, .
C.mmion Merchant and General Shlpplng-.
BWtMCU- KRULL Sc MOLL,
Importer. Commi-- Merchants, Kaahumana
Bee s w
Wholesale Dealer in Wine, and Spirits, Ale
the Pest umce, naiwu.-
GEORGE G. HOWE,
taaaber Merchant, yard comer
of Queen and noana au
the Puncnaro 1
C. II LEWERS,
, -Knlldina materlIa,Fort St. nonnlula.
it a rHPELD St. CO.
. . OKi- Chandler. Honolulu,
Oeoeral Commission Agema, . - yul- 1 185-a
Oahu, 8. I.
GEORGE CLARK, - '' -
sfui hbhiim.t . -
A. ARRIS, OAHP.
m a. swais,
- sUo.HawaU.n SStC
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
Traneisco, U. 8. A.
AMOS. 8. cooaa.
saax. . cAsri-a. oT . . rO0KE,
. , i noH dealers
Laporters ana "J ,-.-,, the King
aJvaiMllfSffZ. HI ujn ww W
street, T tf?Jc sboa, in Kin 5
tamarir ocompted C. U. r. Jaynes' Medl-
TmVaeamans ChapeL Agent ft ijr aAS-tf
D. N. FLliS
.... .1, Irk MAKflri aassw
- m In Makee'S new
Continues hi oyi - . recently occupied
proof lwU2neenaod Kaahninann street.
Hoffmann, aarner ot of the sun and
with a transit
r. accorately adjusted to
instruroeol .mc"i..,"1 la fin
Honolulu. V'?? glasses TsUvered
Sextant and quadrant ",.u
radial Chart. a-tAl tor-m- Hf
band and far sale. ...
"fjTAI & AHEE,
. r aii, .t PaDakoa. and Iwo,
ipott fc th- r Wbotesaie and Retail J
TTpulo, Hilo ; Importert and " . t estab-
Chli-Goct". rt Lahaina.iau.,
oa King "Sffee. and a Urge and
Hooolula, Aagast W, 1&S7.
J. II.' WOOD,
. I AM
- MBnutacrnrer, toPJ.Vump. Sole, Ki
amrtmna pn-" -- - . t-. and hock
nnd Patent LeatlwraCatt -'..SMask Black
TVnnks, Valise,, Hp-rrlng eorner of
nniahes. Hosiery, c. "
Fort and Merchant sts Honomiu.
t BREWER 2a,
iiMhinL Honolaln. Oahu, B. a-
n umbI Couuiifll"n
. 1 nn fal
terms tor bills of Exchange " "
,.um- . ; . A.-U
rr and Dealer in "Vok street. Hooo-
"'inu and AaaiCCi-vcBAt. ar --, - j
lulu. . ' ' - - -"
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, EEBRUUIY 24, 185?: ;
CIIA8. BREWER, 2d,
Agent for the BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu.
HAWAII AX FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf a. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent.
AGENT FOR THE 1
New York Beard ( Unil-wrltrm.
The andersigned tekes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
w ne nas neen uuiy appointed as Agent for the
New York Board of Underwriters.
f3-1 ; ALEX. J. CARTWRIGnT. '
AGENT FOR THE
LiverDOOl irnd(rurHtra A
nder'med begs leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
"i niweis, inai ne nas received the appointment ot
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL UNDER
WRITER'S ASSOCIATION. . - .
July 1-tf - ROBERT C. JANION. .
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
The undersigned begs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
oiiipiuwET, uini- ne nas received the appointment of
AGENT at these Ltlands for LLOYD'S LONDON.
- July 1-tf ROBERT C. J AN ION.
. FLORENS STAPENIIORST,
Agent for the Bremen hoard of Cnderwrtters.' All average claims
, sgainst the said Underwriters, occurring in or about this
Kingdom, will have to be certified before htm. July 1-tf
KRULL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and
Oahu, U. I.
Lubeck Underwriters, Honolulu,
July 1, 1850-tf
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King treeta.
' - RITSON & HART,
8oocesa-s to Mr. Henry Bobinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, H. I., uuder the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House
32-tf : -.
A. S. & 31. S. GRINIIAUM;
Importers and Dealers in Fashionable Clothing, nats. Cans
Boots and Slioes, and every variety of Ueutleuien's Superior
Furniithing Gorala. Store, comer of Fort and Merchant sts.,
Honolulu, Oahu. ' ' llft-tf
T. MOSSMAS. ' T. MOSSMAX, JR
3IOSSDIAN & SON,
Bakers, Grocers and Dealers in Dry Goo'ls,Nuuaua street, Hon
olulu, Oahu, 9. I. 127-t
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN 'ASSURANCE CO.
THE CXDKUSIO EI) begs to notify to those par
ties who have innured in this onice wooden buildings or
their contents within the precinct of Honolulu, that in cunse
sequenee of the continued erection of large., and high wooden
buildings close together In narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in tne town win be taken,, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms. .
ROBERT C. J ANION,'
62-tf . . Agent for the Northern Assurance Co.
TIIE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
J. ny, (established 1&16.) For Fire and Lite Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital 1,250.7 GO, Sterlla.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. ROBERT CHESHIRE J ANION.
7-lf. . at Honolulu.
E. HOFFSCHL.AEGER it STAPENIIORST,
Ageata far the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
Lea Soassignes, ayant eta- nomines Agents pour les
Assureurs maritimes de Paris et de Bordeaux,
previennent lo pnblio en general et les Capi
tainesde navires marchands franais, qui visitent
les ports de co royaame, en particnlier, one dans
tons les eas d'avaries, qui aunuent lieu dans ces
ila devront. faire coostater et verifier
les fails devant eux pour legaliser leurs recla
mations contre les dits assarenrs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLARGER tt STAPENHORST.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
milE UNDERSIGNED, AgenUof the above Com-
nnr. an nrenared to insure risks against nre in anu
I J , M
For particular, apply at the office. jfjjjxHERS A CO.
Hono.ulu, Oct 11, 1857. 68-11
CIIAS. F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
A nrran aesmen and ceneral Dractitioncr.
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Motel street. . . .
Medical and Surgical advice ia English, French Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 a. m. to r.u-i at ouct nours uiquim .
' HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL,
DOCTOR McKIBBLN, Surgeon, Ac
Has removed to the Store Utely occupied by Dr. Lathrop, in
Queen Street, where ne win oe reguuvij
Medicines, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
trr Family Medicines and Prescriptions carcraiiy prepares.
L nwi examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
Attendance at the office from 8 A. M. till o p. m., on week
a. .h rmm 8 to 11 a. m. on Sundays. At ouier times
at his resideuoe. Union street. . . - 111-tf
Office and Ie...-J Fll
- . a. X f aban'a
block. Ship's Medicine cnesi iuu, 1
rrr Htt vahowerand medicated Baths. at all hour.
PWteian and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store of H. Hackfeld A Co., Queen-street. jy a-m
J. E. CHAMBERLAIN,
Atlornev at Law. Office corner of Kaahumanu and Merchant
' streets upstairs. iw"i
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu nonse, over the Post Office. 65m
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. The umlersigned would in
form hi. friend, and the public, that he has tak en and
floed up the preroUeson Fort street, opposite C. Brewer
arts tore, as a CARPENTER SHOP, and would sototthat
patoonage heretofore so liberally L," .r1"
Jhrarious branches of Building, Plans, Specifications and
v n DOORS. WINDOW SASH, and all other articles per
aingVhSuiing, constantly on hand and tor sale. 93-tf
GEORGE C. SIDERS,
Manufacturer and dealer in Tin, Sheet I. C"T ,"'
fSmrnanu street, opposite J. C. Spalding's Honolnlu,H.
Bommrr Bakers, Tin and Copper Pumps, naming au-.
FocHnd Shower Bath,, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
. eraf a-aoVtment of Tic' wave. Ship work executed with
neatness and dispatch. - Jaiyj,i-u
vr. fisciier, ;
w.k-and 7rench Polisher, Hotel Street, opposiu u
Government House. '
GILMAN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers anil Dealers In General Merchandise,
LAHAINA, M ATT I, H. I.
Ship, supplied with recrulto. Good faculties tor atcrage.
DOLLE8 4r- CO., :
l TWlAaa Is
aip ChaixlleTSamic Whalers furnUhed
Tecriu alu rbor noiice, In exchange fc good.
. orbttls. - -' ' - '- ' ' '
8. IIOFFMEYER, '
rv,mlaBioa Merchant, dealer ia Ship Chandlery, and General
Commission r , H . ghins furnished with
AJai iiaii - - H
wanted on the L. . ana Aurnpe-
vec --. . .. , July 1, lSo-a
rniil THOMAS WATERHOTJSE,-
. . j P-.-H i-wi-. in Oeiieral Mewhsnnlae
toporter, b.- ""TV " 44Hf
Bhln Chandler and dealer to General MerhaodU,WafatkeaIU7,
aa n B n al A BT A II.
w eonstanUy on hand an extenstve sssortment or every
Keeps oonswiuy . otherg
deacripow iLTT d f v rrthles- and an kind, bf
Bhioping furnunea '. 4 --d the
mUW sa ) ,
iawt mtapkefc DiTCe0
. f.iiTl fortorage of from S to 6000 barrels, being
Be fac.ntiesforswae bondings.
Wanted WhSer. TniB. on th. U. S. or Europe, tor which money
Wantea, wnw , . imbu. i.
, r in the Hawaiian group. ere you
.VLTinitv wkhoat danger of losiag them by oa
r J. WORTH,
. Merchandise. Hilo, Hawaii. Ships a
Delia, In Oeoeral Mefi noQce, on reasonable
BDls of exchange
. o.hn. Dealer In General Merchandise, Cooatry Pro-Wneca-a?Co,
B-u-. Bananas, Batter, Egga, A
'gtnl statt for iaif.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY ; ;
; FOR A PERMANENT INTESTMENT IN .
A Lucrative Ship Chandlery Basiness
AND NATIVE TRADE,
A.t Silo, BCawaii. '
THE SUBSCRIBER, FOR T WEN-
tv vears a res dent of Huo, tiawan, aesinng a
rhanire of residence and a retirement from bust
offers fur sale his entire business interest at this pli
sale to include a portion of REAL ESTATE necessary for carry,
ing on the business as previously conducted, (all the buildings
being in good repair and condition.) and the ENTIRE STOCK of
MERCHANDISE that may be on hand-, all of which consists of
denirable and saleable goods. ' ;
Terms liberal. Possession given at once.
For further particulars, plesse apply to Messrs. HACKFELD
A CO Honolulu, or by letter to the ,ubcrierprrjj - v -
November 30, 1858. 129-3m - Hito, HawaH.
Waikahalulu Water Lots ! ; ,
rat he undersigned having been
JL appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
Waikahalulu Lots I '
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others t this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
I erms. ' " ' .
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert 0. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings. -
n Earlv application should be made for choice Lots.
- . ' W. L. GREEN, " -Agent
for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1358. VZl-tt 1
Valuable Real Estate for Sale! - ,
THE RESIDENCE OF R- V. SPEI-sc
DEN, situated on the w aisiai noati, wo mnea ouijg
r,f Honolulu. The iiremlses contain about FOUR 1
ACRES of well fenced Land, Dwelling Houe, and all other ne
cessary out-houses. There is also a great variety 01 iruit trees
Peaches, Apples, Cherry, Apricot, Nectarine, Mulberry, Mango,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Cocoauuts, etc There are
five fish ponds on the premises, containing about 20,000 fish, of
which one fourth are fit for use. The ponds aw supplied by a
nerer failing stream of mountain water. The land is all In good
cultivation, and bounded with Shade Trees of every description
adapted to this climate. Persons desirous of purchasing, would
do well to call and examine these premises.
- Terms easy. Title fee simple. ' '
For particulars, Inquire of R. V. SPEIDEN,
. ' - On the premises ;
Or A. J. CARTWRIGHT, .
lHtf ' Honolulu.
Coflce 'Plantation Tor Sale !.,.
THE CELEBRATED . , ,
JtITCOMH COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT IIANALET, KAUAT, .
Is oflereil for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1 050 Acrrs. and has upon it 50,000 CaflVe
free. The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
cane. The estate is unencumbered, anil will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, Inquire of
109 if ' B. F. SNOW.
: LAND FOR SALE I
AT NORTH KO NA, -HAWAII ABOUT 100
ACRKH, 'containing ooou t-nuee Arees Mia so Uranus
Trees; also, peach, fig, Am. apple, cherimoya and other
fruit trees. ..:;.' ........
The above Land is for sale. . Apply to
; 136n J. M. W HITTIER. on the Place.
THE DWELLING HOUSE ON KUKUI
street, occupied ny Mr. uaniei rosier, oppusiu; u
donee of F. L. Hanks, Esq. Apply to
jjflf . . -. . , A. v. Eiaami.
THE HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED ON
CC Waikikl Plains, at present occupied by the undersigned.
mmCL Terms liberal. Apply at this Office, or ta - '
. 9o-tf -..'?: JOHN liOBD.
UEWIS efts STOTlTt
; Corner King and Bethel Streets,
THE SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their friends,
Shipmasters, and the public generally, that they will be
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on cor
ner of Bethel and King streets. All orders with which they may
be favored,will be thankfully received and promptlya ttemled to.
XT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAUINU. .CD
N. B. Terms moderate. '
JAMES L. LEWIS.
QEORQE W. MORTON.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
a rt THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present improvements, to
suppl merchants and families with hard and soft soap j also,
nerr' And 'always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. 63-lJ
II. C. GRAHA3I,
COOPER AND G AUGER.
n,ms.nviii(!ir.VRn harlns recently purchased the
1 floonenure formerly occupied by C. H. BuUer, corner of
Queen and Fort streets, is now prepared to execute with dispatch
all orders Oiat he may be favored wun aiineaoorc uao.cu p.v.
. . i m.I nmuniW IliA BoTIU lintel."
a.. MiM. .re resDectfully invited to call and
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N.B. 1000 barrels casks on band and for sale on the most
reasonable terms. - -
- . .. in'rm k t TIT riTTCAf I TTT
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
WW . - n.tmn.n received while at his old shop, oppo-
... rt...... u.. .ml t the same time notify Shipmasters
a-n' the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining
.... r. T i. vuu.il .hiuwriirhts. formerly occupied by
. J" T- . 7 J . . .11 klnH. nt
r intain Brown, where ne is prepare,!
c-rk in his line on the most reasonable vciuj, .
like manner, and with dispatch.
II. F. LONG,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
urns f.PlVE TO .Ul ir I A II r
m,ki;m iiiot k. ita now nreDared to furnish all kinds
or COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, attheshort-
. tf-un h kunr exnerience he has had in
the business, he trusts that he may y
will favor him wun a can. neauj """i"1"- Ti, ."7
r . . . .tia, .h-rwinl koa do.. Tarnished. S10 and
r2kordoVpoUshed and $40. Koa tumbe handed
Ihr sale at his shop, King street, nearly opposite the Seamen s
B. FURNITrRE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and dispatch.
THOHPSOIV & lEVIIilE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOTJSE, ;
THE ABOVE IIAVIXG PURUiii
the premises tonneny oocupioi -y . '----
are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
u7 u n ik. .hnrtest notice and most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
ofpubVptttonage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
mnp irnrnRRqifiNED HAVING EXGAG-
I ed the services of an experienced Upholsterer, is now pre
' . .... . i tj i.. ftwi. n.lr Pnln and Hav Mat-
parea to mane va oruer cpnu , - . -
Iresses, Spring Lounges, Ac OH Sofas,
ChairTrepaired and re-covered on reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds made to order. ; . '
Koa. black walnut, pine and lead Coffins constantly on hand
andmadeto order. CHAS. W. FOX, Cabinet-maker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand Hotel t-, near comer of F ort.
: THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED Is now prepared to repair or
manufacture aU kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship torgings and smith work. i. .' . ? --'
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvil. Ac. on hand and made to
"iron and and beat quality of smith's coal for sale. ;
' Also one exeeDent sroaU slxed sugar miTl with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
D. M. WESTON.
3-" ' . '
Tin and Copper Smith, ,
: ' " ' T.ATIAINA. MAUI.' ' 1
93. An work in his Bne wttl he executed with prenptaand
: In . tmrkianllKB BinKT. - . - -
m. II. Ilanrey, : K
HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
, EINQ STREET. NEAR FORT, BONOLU1M.
KINDS OF WORK IN HIS- LINE ;
A will be executed with dispatch, and 1a a Kyle second to
: . 8. JOHNSON,
, , r HOUSE CARPENTER,
.: '.; ;.--. '. .FORT tFTREKT. ' , "
smnrwrr.f .T IVTIM 1TFS THAT
ri k jbar r m. - - , ,
, he to prepared to execute any work in the above line, and ;
ton. in mnrit m. akare or nnnue naironaKe. - .vp-w
NE BOSTON FANNING MILMoraateoy
W. A. ALDRICH.
nee I h
" .A STORE TO LET, '
IN KINO STREET NE A RLT OPPO.
site the Bethel, sise 25 by 30 feet. The front may be al
tered as required for the occupant. ' Rent moderate.
Apply to , . .. , . .. , , , .S. JOHNSON,
13o-ti noose iarpenter, rort si.
, : ,.; TO LET I,
At a Moderate Rent ! , u
THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES ON
:;! Kukui street, balancing to the heirs of W. U.Stuart, and
dJL latelv eeeupiedbv Cbs. A. Poor, Esq., will be leased on
favorable terms. The house contains a parlor, two bed rooms,
dining room, bath room, servant's room, pantry ana kitcnea,
and water laid on from the government -pipes. -i ' :i -
The house will be painted and pot in complete repair before
occupation. Apply to jlKHf J U.A.HH. r. iwb. .
TO. LET AT LAHAINA. V
THE STORE BELONG ING TO MR. I
UL Anthon. on Hawaiian Hotel Premises, at labaina.
now occuoied by Messrs. I tai A Co. Possession given
I the 20th Inst. For terms, etcn apply to " - -
132-tf -r ... ,. . ..: . ... w-. . Til, U. Ai.vn.
' : TO LET. j - '
TIT1C HOUSE AND PREMISES AX
I nreaent oceuiiied bv Captain T. Moasman, opiiosite the
Pna ..r 7 . . . ' .
LL- noarnUL IMasession given uie in oi yinj.
J3J-tf. .Inquire of R. UlLUliAND.
TO LET. -
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES
pied by th J undersigned, inquired
R. G ILL! LAND.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THAT LARGE AND COMMODI-,
ous DWEJAJ.NU IIUUSE on nultui street, now
occunied by the undersigned.
The House is nearly new, and one of the most convenient
houses in Honolulu, and contains
Parlor, 22 feet by 22 feet.
Dining Room, 14 by 23 feet' - '
Five Sleeping Rooms, ?
' Dressing Room, Pantry, Store Room, '
Bath Room, Strvant's Room, ,
And sunnlled with water from the Government Pipes..
The l.ot is 79 leet ironi&ge, wiui a aepin oi nwat owj icei, wi
contains a variety of Shade and Ornamental Trees. -
- For particulars, etc, apply to A. V. isvtttnil, ,
Honolulu, ov. aa, , . xo-h
M i Ltatl.3 JT 1311.. AH
anu jftreet. opposite Merchant atreet, consisting of TWO
- r w -n nn -W7 a- CvbTC art "bvT "aT W v
I . . "U ',. . . . .
J STOKEs, with fixtures., etc apply 10
A. P. EVERETT.
.i - .TO .LET.. - ..: ,;.
TIIK FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
flees in the FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILD IN (i, corner of
Kaahumanu and Queen streets, vie t -, . ?
The office on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
barrels. - - - .... . . t ... . ...
' Possession given immediately. Terms moderate. ' Apply to -
119-tf . CIIAS, BREWER, 2P.
: TO LET.- ' 'i - -
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRE-
mises heretof'ire occupied by ti. W. Macy as a private
resilience, adjoining Mr. Montgomery's garden, on Smith
Bridge, and elpht minutes' walk of the wharf.- The houses con
sist of a large parlor, with a splendid view of Nuuana Valley, a
dining room, four good bed rooms, pantry, cook house and well.
The garden U well stocked with fruit trees, ami the situation is
eooL picturesque and salubrious. - A family will find it a most
desirable residence. . Inquire of .. JOHN, MONTGOMERY.
n7tf Mercruuu street.
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.
Till' f.lHfiF. AND COMMOIHOliS rlKls
Proof Store on Kahumanu street, lately occupie.i oy
Messrs Krull A Moll. Terms moderate. . i-ossessiou
given immediately Apply to
ll- .. '--( '
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
TO LET. s !
rw. . t ... nniuilivi: 1 1 1 1 1 ; l .n inn
rear of the " vinite norse iiutci, wim
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on tne premises.
.THE FIRE-PROOF STORE AT PRE
. . ...... AMnh Mi nv 3ieasrs. ivi uii a. jauii. . x vnuu
1 it next month. Apply to
108-tf . - -
CHA3. BREWER 2d..
TO LET STORAGE.
jmthe CELLAR UNDER THK HOAU-
rJi'.iT lulu House one of the most convenient in town caps-
R'alllL hie of Btorine about 400 tons, xnquire oi
H. M. WHITNEY.
106-tf - '
FOR SALE OR TO LET, ,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON JalXNU
street. Terms iinerai. appiy w
; 100-tf C W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
LET. 1 PER
8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
. Fort Street.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
..one nwxw n-vnwvrn TO r. T.
MXI1K rKK.1II3ri3 nr.uw " , - -Averberg,
Esq., corner of King and Maunakea Jtreets.
t wi;.,.o Minn can be eiven if required. For
terms apply to 90-tf riAMtcaa aiaraanwi.
xiif TWll STORES RECENTLV
..i i .treot. between King and Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can nave tnem nueu w "'" "J
early application. For terms, please appiy to
B. F. SNOW.
64-tr . - - - .
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
.nvwiimi Miilence In Nuuana Valley, about a mile
i . k.iffWun inwn. Terms moderate. Apply to
,i ii i i-t . .. w. L- u titan.
S3 light goods, on the premises oi me unairwBucu
B. r. SNOW
PPICG TO LET. The front Office over the Post-
office. Knqaire or l-vt-ni " """"
Philadelphia, New York and Boston
J " CTJSTOM-MADK
BOOTS and; SHO ES !
THE UNDERSIGNED. GRATEFUL
tar th nast liberal natronaee m jus iran
public, would announce that having made arrange
ments, during his late tour in the United States, to
have made to his order, from the best materials, in tne ia
urkivra ...a sHi'H of tron descrintion. he is now pre-
pared to furnish his customers with a better article for the mo-
I . a S s..ai m tha K Inaflfm. - - ' !
11GT UAaVn Call DC VWnU Cl-O- Uw aas , .
ney uuu otB u nd Child ren1 Con
An UBOTVUICUS Ul J . . a
r Boots. Shoes and Slipper, per last steamer, is now offfered
at the Brick Shae Stare, by L -, wrnT
irT sr w
' : ' . iDnirii.o
.1 nSd LnFrancUco, foTsale by the under-
uZerr sod ante envelopes, gummed,
' Do - do and fancy note and letter paper,
Rhoades A Sons' mucilage for the desk, . .
Fine ivory pocket tablets,
Reference file, for the pocket. r. , .
n.,uia tm fina carmiM ink, t. . I
' , j)o. do do blue do, (cones.) . .
Do ' do do steel pen (cones,) . - -
Pencd sharpeners, penlmklers, letter stamps, and a
A fine assortment of takstand. . . WHITNEY.
Warren's Water and Fireproof Koofs.
D. F. surow,
GENT FOR THE NEJW ENGLAND ROOF-
A t ia TnhMPAST Has received an invoice of
& Msa BBBan Bar "a it a . arv. ww mls .w
Materials per "nouns;
ST And U now prepared to supply wow
. . a Am auiMKaBa.
1 furnish to thTHonolalu public the Mlowiog, on the most
ii is sr-R ITVIlBi'URAll 1 BBL B m aa MT Maw RCU M v
. ?.- k-iutinr and other purposea, at so mnch
Hinyqj, 1 T" . ..tw.i.lfl.llnn.
each. Ia the rough, or n r-rrzrmZZZ 7Z
.1 an much ner ox car. au. w- . . .7,. .
and Caps, wttnnooan -
Liate. Fire Weed, -
- . 1 - WMt MUlVUiBluin.
-' IVItl I,
JUST RECEIVED I
Th folobrated Adelphi Biscuits !
nnvtinilTG OF THE FOLLOWING AS
rT1. S 1 1 rwnL Kane. Tea. Cabin. Soda
and ian AhMTTiW.a
tTandtobka! Constantly on hand a general aortment of
flr?a,""'" l!l' nLal. na hand.
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
VOL. Ill, Net 3d. WHOLE N 139.
JAXSOX, BOND k Co., a a
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRV
GOODS, Coaxsa Battrkt ans Clav trrBarrs, Sia Frajs-
ctsco, hare now landing and In store :
290 bales ao-lnch Crowe urllls, . . . . ,i
100 u Sd-foch Brown Sheetings, ' . " . ' .
ICO bolts No. 000 Duck.
600 " No. 210 Duck,
29 bales Raven Duck,
10 cases Memmac Prints,
100 cases Prague Prints, VO--" ' tiJ .
600 eases Pacific Prints, : - ' '
i 100 cases Duunell's Prints, - ;i . ; .'
60 cases 7, 4 Bleaciied 8hirtings, . .. ,. w)
. , 10 cases -4, 8-4 and 10-4 Bleached Shirtings , ,.
20 cases Blue Drills, , ; . '
10 cases Blue Denims, ' '
; 10 bales Hickory Strfpes,
2 , land 4-4 Tickings, ' '
10 " Scarlet, Blue and Grey Flannels, '
jO - KUlarctaie White tlannel,
6 cases Coburgs and Merinos,
6 cases Wool and Half-wool Plaids,
S cases Blue and Black Alpaccas,
. iJO cases Pacific new styles De Lainea, , . , ,
' 5 cases All wool new styles do. . . j ,
8 eases French Merinos, . ..
. 10J0 Bay State Plaid Shawls, .. ."
' 1000 Cashmere and Plain Wool Shawls, -. ,.- . .. . .
Black and Colored Silks, - ji -
Plain, Figured and Plaid Silks, '.. r.J.
""And a large assortment of other Dress Goods. "
. Illankets : Tir-l
. 1000 pairs White. Green and Blue Mackinaw,
1008 pairs BB, TBB and SBG Blankets,
1000 pairs cheap Grey English Blankets,
1000 pairs cheap Blue English Blankets,
500 pairs Scarlet English Blankets,
600 pairs -4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 White Bed Blankets.
Clothing and Furnishing Cioods. '
1000 dos grey, blue and scarlet Flannel Shirts,
" 1000 dos grey and white Merino Undershirts and Drawers,
1000 d; Merino and Wool Socks, .
600 dos Satinet and Jean Pants, "
600 dos Duck and Cottonaiie Pants, ,
600 dos Hickory and Check Shirts, ? ; J ( ; '
600 dox Calico and White Dress Shirts,
600 dos Overalls and Jumners.
Black and Fancy Silk Cravats, Neck Ties, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Suspenders, and a variety of other articles too numerous to
mention. For sale by . J ANSON, BOND A CO., ,
130-2m Comer Battery and Clay streets. Ban rranctsoo.'
r ' : :.-: .; T
: FANCY GOODS!, FANCY GOODS L
;, , ; . p. ijuowjv, ; v '
JSTo. OO X-2 Hattory J3 troet
! SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., .i . -
Importer of Fancy Goods of all Kinds.
BEADS AND BEAD WORK! w
GUNS. riSTOLtf. COMBS. BRUSHES. '
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, " '
LOOKING GLASSES, PERFUMERY,1 1 '
SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,1
WAX AND KID DOLLS, Jbd. , &c. J ' : ' '
AU Orders' to receive prompt attention, and the good be for-
t warded as directed. (
Refers to H. M. Wbttsbt, Honolulu, S. X.
No. 107 Clar streetj San Francisco,
PPRR FOR SALE A FULL AND COM-
I . . .
plete assortment of desiraole
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
w i- no rofiiwtnill solicit orders from the conntry, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those whofaTor
Km with rhmr nauim. "
SINGER'S FIRST PREMIUM
Great : Gold Medal Sewing Machines t '
THESE MACHINES took the Gold Mbdai. at the
mat Paris Exhibition in competition with all the machines
of Ecaors and Ahkbica, including Wheeler A WHson's" and
u G rover k Baker's," and the rrenca uovernment paia ringer
a- fr. uvi nnn rnm for the nae of the natents. In addition to '
this, we have taken the first premium at seven State Fairs, and '
and it hardly needs the verdict of a Honolulu Jury where ,
Sewing Machines are scarcely Known o aevxnuuc in pt-mu- ,
as the best machine for all practical purposes in use. All who
have used the different machines will say so, and none others
are competent judges. , Address - ' . ' ' .at
' -1 T Tll'WVrr T. Aran
122-3m ' ... , . 1S1 Sacramento Street. . '
California PrescrTfd Meats, &e. ,
CALIFORNIA PRES'D MEATS, SOUPS,,
AC put np irom me ocsi amcnoHi i "j
D. R. PROVOST A CO.
San Francisco, California.
D. R. P. A Co. have constantly on hand a general assort
Rngllsh Oilman's Stores. - . .
: ' Fruits, - - "
Nuts, Ae., ; Ae--. - Ac
which they offer for sale In quan titles to suit the paichaser.
n Aswa . ..'.'..'-..""'''. I -
TEI-LAJTIA HOUSE, .
CORNER OF CALIF0RNL. AND SANSOMB STS.,
S a u F r a n c 1 c o , r C a I , . i
- . . ... f
THIS WELL-KNOW ViLi
RstabUshment offers superior Inducements to the Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet nome. a i
convenient proximity to the busiues. center, anu aiw
on the European Plan, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant eonnectea wnn uie nouse, vi
where, theU; veniene. ma, swgt. . . . , ., ,
The rTopnexor, wno una " " V
1852, soUclU a continuance of the patronage of hi many friend,
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to enbT "dT"6""
tion to their wants and comfort. - Till '
M-tm i , - , - - .-i
no NO LULU
AMBR0TYPE & DAGUERREAN UALLiKKx !
AGUERREOTTPES, A MB It OTYI'K .
MJ and PHOTOGRAPHS.
All. i iwbimi
Successor of H. Stangenwald. . ,
: SHIPPING OFFICE.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVlHU
I k OffiM atrached to the - Sailors' ttome,- wiu pmnm
Officers and Men tor whaling and other vessels, at short notice,
and will endeavor to give (faction to all who may favor him
I with their burineaa, ' . , . ZiA.
Honomlo, Sept. 1, 1858. 115-tf
. .. NOTICE.
nriHE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLT OF'
1 fcrs his serrioes n the adJaMraeot of aeooanta, eolteonoa af
bills, etc Mortgages, LeasBih. or waie, AfTeemensa nan
other instrnments, orawn win " JT1
modarate terms. . Office at the Sailors Pf?- ?
1yf ucu. niuaaaoi
MASTERS OF AVIIALESHIPS WHO DO
Jre aasiatanee la the making ap of their aooomot, win
please call on the andersigned, who wiU glvs bto Immediate at
tention to business entrusted to Aba. Office at the Ssltea
nome." lia-tfj ,- . - G0. WILLIAMg. ,
FINE WHITE SHIRTS..
CARTONS FINE WHITE SHIRTS.LINjnf
bosoms, collar, and wristbands, tor sale by j- - --
l-tf - .- : ; C. A. A H. J. BOOR. .
.. LE BRUN8 OTSTERS - ,r Is
rwiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE UKUtlVtJ
m per"Fortuna,'- a supply of the above ceieorauw
ten, warranted to be the best In the aaarfcet, ia mryvtr.
, N . : WAtNTJTS.
"BAGS OF CHILE WALNUTS. EX
fi lito,saaleby.. v , r,
j34tf C. A. A H. F.
AT. UARTER BOXES RAISINS For Jby .
sL2,127 C. L RICHARDS A CO.
.1; .... ' ' .
jJtL - -Tg
Wh-t ftinMl InvttAlInn ftnd nfdUmm' mm Mmnnannlrmtion. .
tntnwSed only to beaalt aa toJtvMaaP ruMlnw , wUt b chawd
UiiiilMMMim rthnliirtl lrt tiirrrr trr " miml inrmff
Jeot to heavier charge. : j-.
IT 8ulorIptioa ! the tmnmcrcuu A Termor aoa Aarcr-,
tUrmenta are i7abt tsvAaiABLT isr Attvaaca.
- 27 N tranaint atlvcrUanneiits wilt ba fcwtet btiW-m prk-
raiav .. ct- ' - h.'- ' -
XT Cormpoorteuce from aii part of iha Faane U1 ;
be rery acceptable. ' (
1 COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. '
J ' . .VhAXS AND FASCr . '. ... . ,
.V;V BooKANi joBFiujnriiro ;
vc as . v ,.,
BOOKS, " ' ' SILLS 0 SXCHANOK,
CATALOOUK8, BILLS OF UtDMW, ' 'l!
, , BILL H ADS, .s C0MC1.AB BL1KK3. ?
. . ,, . C1ECCLARS, ' BLANK DKKD9, . , ,
w i . ... , ArjcTION BILLS, .' HAKD BILL",
i -if" PAMFULKTo, - SHOP BILLS."
Cr VISlTIWg, BU8INE8S AMD ADDBJB8 CABPB printed: '
or a'aakaaCarSPi''iatfebiBi)Mat7aieflBarb .
. C M'RCGR.
' . . '3-:" t.c. HRRRILL
i i.i i
, r AGRNTS OF THS ;.
Rs;ala.r DlaaaOea Liac af Uataalalst Parkrla. -.
"o-'All freight arriving tn transitu for the Sandwich InlaudV'
will be reorired and forwarded by tJi negater Mspatcn une-".
rams or oommsbsom. . n, t' r ,.. '.r t. .u-....-..
Particular atteotioa paid to furwarding and transhipment of t
norehandiae. sale of whalemen1! bills, and other exchange. In
surance of merchandise and specie under open poUciea, supply-"
tag wbalesblpa, ssjarterlag ships, etc.-
4T aaJ 49 Call far a 1st aawMtV 13u-tr m
451,. ' IT . RBVBR TO 2 -1 ' ' ' ' :' '
fsrlsln Tsar Uow.'htluv Captain V. C Wateraiaa
lienoluiat Messrs. unman a yo., uanaiua.
oatrrrrrs moroak. c. s. ATaAWAT. ' s. r. rross
: morgan; stone & cd.v '
Commission and Forwarding MercbanU, Ban Francisco, Cal-
-.. ReJereooes, T. 8, Hathaway Jbtq- Hnmn. T. a a., m-. aye,
' A Swift A Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. GrtnneU Mlntuni A .
Co., New Tork, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterssaa Esq.-Hon-'
Ittr. JOI1IV A IiEX. iJIATHEWS ,
- COMMISSION MERCHANT, '
... 1 d. .v ? e Q.Meva's Place. Sy4aey.
tT Reference to W. I Garbs, Honorora, 8. L. ' lM-nt -
-: - EASTRA & CO., - ' ' -
COMiHSSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,'
' Hakodadi, Japan. ,t
A r,L Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished also, chip s
JM. Stores and Ship Chandlery, at hohouim) Fbicks.
Whalemen's Drafts taken, Ac
GENERAL COMlkllSSION MERCHANT,
s- - TAniTi, : :
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money on,
favorable terms Aw bill, on the United States. 43-ly
A COMMISSION A CENT 7
MANGONUI, NEW ZEALAND.
tT Ehpplog supplied on the most reasonable terms.
rl 36-e&,tong.m-88,. ' ' '
SHIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND-
GKXERJL, AOEflT-OooA bought and sold on oom-
mission. fthip and Famuy Stores put np at the snortest nouoev
Corner of Qobbs's Road and, Pottisckr STaaat, Hsrs kaogvj
tt Refers to Thomas Sprscrr, A, J. . Cabtwrioht. j. t,.
Spaldi.io, Honolulu, BandwichUlands. 104-ly -
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTJtEItSHIP.?
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under th name and style of EDWARDS A WAL
TON, is this day dissolved, having expired by linutation- The i
affairs of the late firm will be liquidated by A. 8. EDW ARDS,
who will continue the Whslrsale L.laar asunra,,
at lOG Freat attwet, under the name and style of A. B.
EDWARDS 4r CO. - - A. 8. RDWARDR - t
'w. a '..---:r ..m.n,y. C. WALTON,
The'nndersigned respectfully call your attention to their full'
and varied stock of Wise, and Liaaara, which has lately
been replenished by recent arrivals from Europe sad the Kast
ern States, and which will be afforded at lowest market prioes
:M n: Edwards & co.,';,; "
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ,
--:rJ Wines and liquor,
lOG FRONT STREET, CORNER OT W AS HIN Q TO iff '
: Smm Frm-.ii, CL
NOLULU, is engaged with the above firm, and respect
fully soUcHs orders from old friends, and will be nappy to attend ,
to the purchase of all descriptions of mercnanaise, at mi n.ni
rates of coenmisaion. '
.-.Bu CARRY & PATTEN, x n i
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETATIi DEALERS tlf
WINES, HQUORS, DEMIJOHNS,
'-1 lie Maatcaanery as., Saat Francisco. 65-1 y ,
H. WEDSTED & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
33 r andiosj Vi""Vv'.
Liiquorf of cTery,.Dc8criplipn.
. " I0I TROWT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant.
115 tf . t . 1. jean runvisvu
ROPE WALK AMD OAKllH
;.-;-' ' FACTORY. - -
CIORDAGE OF EVEBl UZEMAaurii
J TURED to order. Constantly oa band, a large as-
Rortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (aU sises). Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TCBB8
gn-iy 139, Front Street, Baa Francisco.
Dr. 1. ' J . Czapliay 's
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
Sacra saeata mU Wlavr Mast ry.
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office,
8AM FRAKCISCOj CAL. " .'
ZstabUslied In IBM, for the permanent ear of aU private and
chronic diseases, and the suppression 01 quacaery.
Attending and IWkteut Physician, L. J. CiarBAV, M. D.,lMt
in the Hungarian Uevoaiuonary ww,van rnfaiw w "
20th Regiment of Hon vol a, Chief Surgeon to the Military
Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late lector.- en diseases of
and ebBdren. uoBsmnmnatmiis aoait
Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address JU J
BAT, M. 11 san rrancisoo, Vauionua-
rWIHE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS run. Mk.
I m KI.17.A A KLLA." from Boston, the following spiea-
did assortoaentof StaUoaery, Blank Botka, sad Beak Furniture
vix ..... . .. if
8, 4, 6 and 6 quire Journal, various wnaingn
- ' 3, 4, Aand qnlre Ledgers, . Aa -r dot . vf
and 0 quire Record Book ' , f ; - ,u
, 8, 4, 6 am' quire Day Itookst , . . , . .. '
J 8. 4. 6 anu quire Log Booksi
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tack mum. beafeS ' .
do - , tack diaries ana aimanara, ior asso) . .. .
do writing book, with and without copies; ; ., ,
do" cap ledger Indices; assorted letter book ,
200 ream, letter, eap and onto papert ' ' 1
. 10 . do bill and acoount current uaper; , . : .
100,000 buff and whtte envelopes, of aU sises
2,000 parchment ana ciotn enveiopea, oi au ani
A great variety of blank notes, draft, and bills of lading
Bowdlteh'. Navigator; Expeditions CaleakUon - " -Naxleal
Almanac lur l&I&i 100 gross steel pane r
. 1 - - 'i
Ontta narJu pens a new article; copyinc brasheai
Assorted red tape; reo, tancy ana
Boxes aasorted goauned seals; patent ink erasers; , -
Fatent psncU .larpawn; patent travenas; mm. aann , , -,!
Flat. round and octagon ralers; tin caah trays;
Tohin'a. Vabrr'a and Rones' lead nencust tin waier Cups;
2 gross red, bioe and black Inksj assorted eopytog Inks; - -
Assortsd poraouos,enoice wiaar, w
do pen holders, various patterns; pea racks; letter clips
do paper weighu; assorted inkstands; thamowjetersj
do mottled and plaiu Hnen twine, .'--'
statea, ssaaJi toy and ecboet;
da' kankir.' TrsllttT, f-r r 1 "-! . , , t
A few gross of real Albata pens; UdWasaaJl sVisd uerpaperi
Itaaan ofioe desk hone! camel hair p-aM, J
rr- i 1 - -lTOTICISa . . M.v ' -.'i-
"A TASTERS OF SHIPS VI 'IT I WO THIS
rtA tut utHailRln, la TTSiit rf r""" V S3 F-d tt to their
adrantage to at the oUto. of C -li A MARK HAM,
where can be Ibond whole crews rt tw baraB BcUen. Apr
proved aseanty gtven ftw she RwHBst a laai aaaaaat
ontU outside af the reef. From past eapartanas ar atnct atta.
Una to oar bastaess, -a beaa to he Mr-e'-ction. , .
J J it .iillSi
' llS-te -: W WLAIAU A. MaaXHAK. '
11 appointed faaa an atto pefoa and
HOLMaA. he t rvcs notlm to aa p
l ie -tod to his. to
saaka Usui 1 1 lyatMit t and a i
aeminat tla aaaa -e aareby req- I
t having elana.
1 .-t the aameto
- . . - & Aal
Davis 1 aal he. the said t - v A, t 's.y wwi any
Irwfttartfes sahi flsorgs !.-, m taa CJ date ths
afiwrailil faaawiiaa wm pay no orauiw..ii . - .
. Boootaht, Dee. S, lS-A 128-tf .. .
R. G. DATTS.
ft Sriil MM
Bsc. andar I -war aitoniryv
' Honoiuto. tea. SVlC3.
VAil sVaa-aa A, M WT JaVA-a
, t.ft i '.Xia J.? .Baaaria-ii tAV H 1 1 mii i . . ' l ' ' itaialaS ,
Ks cr" t civrrn, that i scr" Mr.
R..A. 1 ... I r-y Agent, wtA Foww of Attorney
i.Ijril ,' it'.Lr-u..
. 31. WXSTOH.'
" I am irnorant."