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A good deal of curious informAtion ia oommunica..
ted in the letters from Japan &t the present tim re
J&tiTe to the peculiarities of the Japoneso aoAioo.
The opening of Japan to the commercial nations of
the world has famished to obaerrant traTelers an
opportunitj to stadj human nature under new cir
cumstances, and to investigate the Influence which
seclusion from the rest of the world lor a long period
has upon a nation. At present we have nothing but
glimpses at the outward life of the Japanese, yet these
are very interesting. A eorrespondeat of the New
York Herald gives the following account of the man
ner of doing business with foreigners at Nagasaki.
The manner of doing business in this place is odd
and verr troublesome. Ia the first place, no one but
government officers are allowed to take any gold or
silver money from a foreigner, under penalty of being
disemboweled. All the specie that comes into the
place is taken possession of by the government and
custom house officers, and by them it ia transferred to
the imperial government officers at the seat of govern
ment. -. To Durehaae any articles on shore you must
first proceed to the proper officer and give him your
specie, in return, ne gea jv currcm; i
country, which consists of pieces or thick psper aoout
on ini-h wide and four inches lour, and they are
marked taels, haltiaels, one-hundred tbs of a tael, &c
They have the Dutch and Japanese characters upon
then. A tael is twenty-three oents. With your
pockets filled with this trash you can proceed to make
muh little nurcnasesas vou may wpjb. vui
one of the splendid bazaars, filled with the rich works
of these people; you commence pricing the articles
before you; you turn a little to the left or right, and
close to your heels you perceive a Japanese Manda
rin, or high official, with book, iak and pencil in
hand. On inquiry, you find this individual to be a
government officer, who is standing by to take down
all aaleav the articles sold, the price paid; the object
of which is that a correct account of all goods leaving
the place may be accounted for at the Uustom House,
if it is not more than a tael's worth; also that the
government shall not be deprived of its export duties.
For the first time since Nagasaki has been a seaport.
bumboats have been permitted by the Japan govern
ment to comes off alongside of this ship, pretty well
supplied with fowls, fish, eggs, fruits, Ac all of
which have been sold at low prices rood fat fowls
S'2 60 per dozen; eggs six and eight cents per dozen ;
fine fresh fish twe cents per pound; nice good Japan
coffee, which is of a very fine quality, only three oents
per pound. In each boat came a government officer,
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who kept a strict account oi an rates, &c"
The Japanese received our people on their recent
visit in a very cordial manner, and man ires tea s
liberality in extending to them courteous attentions,
allowing officers and men perfect liberty to go on
shore and ramble about, &c, that is certainly re
markable for a people whose national policy has
hitherto been marked by an excessive jealousy of
foreigners. i ?'-.
The Japanese dwellings are mostly of one or two
stories,' oddly formed and unattractive in appearance.
Tbey have ueither doors nor windows upon the street
side, but open in the rear upon handsome gardens or
courtyards. Consequently the streets, which are
wide and neat, have quite a lonely appearance. The
population keep boused up until towards night, and
to a stranger it looks like a deserted city. The
Japanese men are generally stout and well built;
nearly all of them have fine black hair; they shave
the upper front part of the head, the rest of their hair
being nicely combed to the Up of the bead, where it
is tied up into a sort of wig, which looks very odd,
but neat. Many of them wear nothing but a sack or
cloth, which is secured just above the hips, leaving
the rest of their person, above their hips and below
their knees, exposed. The wealthy portion of them
dress very neat in silks, crapes, &c-, in their native
costume, which sometime consists of the large trow
sers. bat, gown and scarf."
Professional wrestlers are numerous. Some of the
Japanese women are very handsome, and it is said
would create a ' sensation" even in New York.. The
Japanese pay great respect to their dead, and their
burial places are beautiful enclosures. Elegant and
expressive monuments and grave-stones abound in
them. The correspondent above quoted says tbey are
the handsomest he ever beheld in any part of the
world. Some of them have human figures sculptured
in bas relief on their front ; others had inscriptions
and images of rare beauty elegantly carved upon
them. .. The graves are not more than four feet long,
for the reason that they bury all their dead in a sit
ting position. - Around the monuments and graves
are to be seen beautiful trees, shrubbery and other
choice plants, growing up, hiding almost from view
the little mound of earth beneath which some loved
one is sleeping. In this connection we eopy a de
scription of the feast of lanterns" a tribute to the
departed from a letter in the Newark Advertiser:
" I must not forget to tell you something about the
Ftatt of Lanterns,' which we were fortunate enough
to witness. It is a feast in honor of the dead. Yor
three days all business is suspended. In the evenings
all the graveyards on the hillsides are illuminated by
candles in different colored lanterns, hung by thou
sands on the shrubs and trees. The graveyards are
the most beautiful parts of the city, and very exten
sive, reaching from the termination of the city on the
hill sides nearly to their summits. On the evening
of the feast, just as the moon was rising above the
bills to the northward, the sides of the hills tc the
southward were bathed in a soft glow of fire, and now
and then a rocket would shoot up from the midst,
producing a beautiful effect.
The second day seemed to be the principal one of
the feast. On the evening of that day, small fanci
fully decorated boats were puahed'off from the shore,
each containing one or more lanterns, a small quan
tity of choice food, a bottle of sakee, and a slip of
paper with the sailing directions of the little vessel.
Of the number of these boats thus sent out alone
upon the waters, I cannot attempt to make an esti
mate, though I know there must have been thou
sands. These boats are expected to meet the departed
friend in some unknown place, and supply them with
food fcr their long journey to some land of bliss. One
of these little messengers came floating so near our
ship that we picked it up to satisfy our curiosity. It
was made of closely bound straw, and in it were
pretty little porcelain dishes, filled with presents, &c
and a bottle of 'sakee. On a strip of paper was writ
ten the name of the deceased, and 'Steer to the South
ward. After reading the sailing directions, we im
mediately launched the little craft again, for fear the
poor fellow might be pining for her arrival. But I
fear many a lost one fainted on his long journey, if
he depended alone on his vessel's cargo, for the next
morning the harbor was covered with wrecked boats."
All accounts azree in representing the Japanese as
a very acute and intelligent race, showing themselves
very apt scholars. At the Dutch machine shop at
Nagasaki, the natives are said to. be the best work
men, manifesting remarkable quickness and skilL
While the Mississippi lay at Nagasaki, Japanese
draftsmen went on board and took a sketch of her
engines and spars, and of the vessel herself. Three
days after this visit, there was to be seen, in what is
called the Russian factory, a beautiful miniature of
the M'usiuippL The hull was of lacquered wood;
the rigging was of twisted glass; ber wheel-houses,
smoke stack, and boats hanging to their davits were
as complete as if it was the ship herself. It was ad
mitted by all to be a masterpiece. The annexed de
scription is gien of their workshops :
M We visited sevei-al of the workshops of all trades,
and we found that all work was carried on in an en
tirely different way from that in our own country.
The carpenters and cabinetmakers all sit down to saw
or plane their stock, we enterea a Diacitamitn
shop. Here we found the forge in blast, while two
men were sitting down, one on each side of the anvil,
hammering out a large piece of iron. The one with
the sledge hammer seemed to sling it as easy in the
sitting posture as our own smiths do standing. While
they heat their iron, they hang to a hook in the roof
of the establishment, over the fire, a pot, in which
they are at the same time cooking their rice. In this
shop we saw a hole (or artificial forge) dog in the
ground, in which was a coal fire, which was kept up
by a small bellows running under the ground. In
front of this novel forge sat a small boy, ' who was
bard at work with both hands making nails, while
the bellows he kept in motion with the toes of his left
foot. It was a novel sight to see with what rapidity
he kept up the blast, his toes working like a lady's
fingers on a piano."- Jlau Exchange.
Corrsk It is somewhat singular to trace the man
ner in which arose the use of the common beverage
coffee without which some persons, in any half or
wholly civilized country in the world, would seem
hardly able to exist, At the time Columbus dis
covered America, it had never been known or used.
It only grew in Arabia and Upper Ethiopia. The
discovery of its use as a beverage is ascribed to the
Superior of Monastery ia Arabia, who was desirous
of preventing the monks from sleeping at their noctur
nal services, so made them drink the infusion of coffee,
upon the report of some shepherds, who observed that
their- Books were more lively after browsing on the
fruit of that plant. Its reputation spread through
the adcent countries and in about two hundred years
it reached Paris. A single plant, brought there in
1714, became the parent stock of all the French coffee
plantations in the West Indies. The extent of the
eoCee consumption can hardly be realized. The
United States, alone, aniNjaily consume it at the cost,
on its landinc. of from fifteen to sixteen million.
Ton may know the Arabia or Mocha,' the test of
ooCee, by it small bean or a dark yeuow cover, xne
Java and East Indian, the next in quality, are larger
and of a naler vellow. The West Indian Bio has a
Mneish or a greenish-grey tint ; '
, , Nxwstatkb Extbas-' The Postmaster General
has ordered that all "supplements," or extras,'
folded. within regular issues of daily or weekly jour
nals not actually and bona fid editions of such pub
lications, conveying intelligence of passing events and
rerjeral intelligence subiect the whole rjeckare to
latter Dostsc. - I
LAHAINA, S. I. " V ":
GILUAN & Co.
abs sow aacsrrnta mat
1 ' cobsistibo or ..
WHICH THXT OFF FOB SAXB ON AS FAVOBABLB
Tuwa a$ MTAPIJaTnnarr on TUB I8LASP8. .
Three hnndreel aaid fifty c8t Ash Oars,
Selected fcr whale boats; 14, 18, 17 and 18 fcet.
. Yellow metal, - -
fSjaatblnc aietal, " : ?
Sheet lead,BiarUn spikes, -
Copper and iron tackle. Copper and tron screws,
CaoIMBs; Irons, Aasortad hanuoera,
Assorted hatchet, Assorted SJes, ,
Brass and Iron cheat locks, . Anger Mts,
Door locks, gimlets, eompasees, Screw drtrCTS,
Knives and forks, esternbotaknlves,
Pocket knives, 4 - Butcher knives,
Uipstrapsrs Rising leather.
A tame assnrtaaesA of Sltlja CkmaaUery,
Fresh Groceries, Proriuona, Cinthtng, . .
Paints, Oils, Boot and Shoes,
Crockery, Cordage. .
: American, Cnlifcrnian and Hawaiian Floor, ' ' 1
New Bedford Bread, in short caaki
Bice, assorted Crackers
American Men lieet, Hawaiian packed Beef, wabbabtbd;
- imrtM Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of llama. , .
If o. 1 brown sorar. Crushed sugar,
, Ke. 8 brown sugar, , . , loaXsuirar, , .
871110, Boxes salt.
Molasses, " Bbls vinegar.
Chests tea, ' " Boxes raisins.
Fine oolong tea, . Chocolate
. . , . Split peas, . Coffee,
Assorted spices, Jte.
, " Boiled unseed oil. Spirits turpentine,
' Kxtra white lead, Black paint, . ;
Pure white lead. Putty, chalk,
Prussian blue, BbU coal tar,
Chrome yellow. . Piot brushes,
Chrome green, - Pencil brushes,
., An assortment of '
W. K. Lewis &. Tjro's fresh Preserved Meats
Bosstrd and boiled beef, mutton,
Assorted soaps, tripe, chicken.
Clams, com, beets, sas'd pickles,
Lemon syrap, assorted syrnps,
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
- Bssli mbmI Sheea.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip bropans, buff brogaos.
Heavy brogana, boys' brogans.
An assortment of ladies' and
Am assortment of New Bedford rnnde Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.-
A lot of the celebrated Toggle Irons, Boat's Ruff's Row Irftcks,
and Harpoons, from Durtee lb Co. and Dean
' - ' As Drtggs, of New Bedfor . ; . .
New Bedford made TowUne, Manila Cordage,
Hemp Cordage, Rattling stuff, ;
118-tr Spunyarn, ' Oakum.
T (he Ovraera. stud Persona ItttereaAesI 1st
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Orrics or ras Pasama Rail-Road CoMrASV, 1
Nsw Yobk, July 20, 1857. i
. Tho Panama Rail-Road Com nan T takes this method
iQCs of informing those interested ia the Whaling busi
V n. ..n-,ntnrf4 nOfri bv the Railroad
. across the Isthmus of Panama, tor the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, kid for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation for
mors than two years, and its capacity fcr the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, kc,
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 arrangementa
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment 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 aame aloceside of vessels at Aspio
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 Kail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
under through Bills of Ladim 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 ease
the eil Is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, Insurance excepted. The
frcighta 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 passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the I shin us is
four hours. Oil, during it 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 Compaiiy.or to Wlllianw
NelstMS Commercial Ageut of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, aud is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Fbbtdbbic lb Hases,
Agent Panama R R. Co Honolulu 8.1. 64 12m
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
riHE Undersigned to prepared to receive moneys, or vataat
JL ble articles of small bulk, on deposit in bis vault in the Post
OtSce Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Oovernmen.
as the Treasury.) These vaults are considered fireproof, and are
safer than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visitiDgthe Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other articles, during their absence, will find
this deposit an accommodation to them. YTben sums of money
are left for a term of twelve months, or longer, they can be in
vested or not, at the optkm of the depositor, B'd iuterest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums or valua
bles deposited. H. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Oct. 1857. 70-tf
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be bad at Koloa at
$i per cord j fresh beef at 4 eeuta per fb sheen, at $3 per head
and goats at $1 80 head. Also at the port of Hanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the bland, and has safe and good an
chora ge hi from 8 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be hs at NawiUwfU at the same rate as above. Alsofmiis)
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
nr- 1 porta.
XT W'ood always on band at the beach In quantities to suit
purchasers. (54-U) GKOROK CUARMAN.
To Whalemen !
G"V. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy At
Law, at the established Depot sir Whalemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef, M Ml ton. Pork. Pwaltry, and also the cele
brated KAWA1HAB POTATOES. ...
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, ard in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any slim ate. -TT
No charge made on intcT-island exchange.
&tf O. W. MACY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AT KKALA-
kekoa Bay, Hawaii, is prepared to rurnisn chips wttn
a.u vh suf ati..i Anata- Pmltrv. Irish and
Bweet Potatoes, etc., etc- equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
' are-wsr w w a w s"v srv av a S M
TV XaULslA JO. af VX1XDC e
KatUkeko, Oct. 185. 1214m
WHALE LINE, Vc
For sale by -CHAS.
OAK PLANK, fee
' Hard Pine Plank, ' - "i
' Spruce Deck Plank,
Hani Pine Rails,
For sale by
ll4f : . ; - ' . CHAS, BREWER, 2d.
U8SIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN, .
Martin, Sewing- Staff, Flag Lines, Hooks and Thimbles,
Doable and single blocks, White Lead. Chrome Green,
- Chrome Yellow, Prussiaa Blue,
English boiled Unseed OB, Odd Leaf.
''"--. For sale by -
82-U 1 - H. HACKFELD At OO.
. SALMON I SALMON I
JUST RECEIVED PER ME LIT A, FROM
8aa Francisco, a fresh lot of Harramrnto Salmon, fa Barrels
of 148 lbs, put wp for family use, and wAsutajrran. Also, a few
bbls of Ed River Salmon. For sale by
134-tf C. A. Jt H. W. POOR.
Composition Naila, from the) mssstfactsry of Crocker. Bros.
At Co, For sale by (U-tf B. F. SNOW.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS. "
yTEW ENGLISH ANCHORS, FRO At lOOO
ISi - to 2200poandsi
New English Stud snd Shackle Chain Cables, 1 MB to li Inch,
4tf t For sale by A. J. CARTWRlwHT.
FOR SALE, TO ARRIVE PER DARK
. . VSACHEM.'
aTkNE CENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT ST
W awt bw V sac In am for ansa trr " .
PITCH AND TAR. .
O fit BARRELS of each, Just arrived par cUppe ship
OU "Syren," Far sate by
' 131-tf ' CHAS. BREW EH So.
YELLOW METAL COMPOSITION NAILS.
CASES YELLOW METAL assorted atses
30 bossw asssposttson naua,.
bO ka do do.
U9-tf For sale by CHAS. BBBWER. So.
To Arrl?e per Dark " Saehea,"
FROM BOSTON, TJ .
CASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CAST.3
White Duck, cases Black and White Checked Quit4i.
Bales Union bra. drills,
Cases) calf Jersey ties.
Bates Temple " -Bates
Manadaock bra., sheet
Oxford pegged ties,
fins Monterey " , -roan
slippers, (sewed,) '
women's col'd moroceo
men's opera slippers,
cslf sewed brogans,
elf sewed snd pjrd brogans
calf sewed sailor? pumps,
Bales Livingston bleached sheet-1
Cases Otis denims,' .
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston Wea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Qoilte,
Cases L. Brown shsstinga.
Cases Nanmkeag bro. sheetings
ICases Hb tins green peas.
Cataea Cla-thlag, east'aj
Half bob split peas, '
Denim overalls and frocks.
jOsBBS refined lard.
Bine, mixed and rad flaa. shirts Half bbls crushed sugar,
Russia frocks. .,. (Kits mackerel,
Sporting Jackets, - iBbla extra mess beef, .
Dutch pants, ;Bsa, hf and qr do, layer raisins,
Black merino sacks, . - (Hah bbls butter, . ;
Reefer's 44 " - Caaes box salt,
Blue reefers, . Shocks fine bsg do.
Black pants, ,BWs HaxaU flour, .
Btriped shirts, . (Csses cheese,
Blue add red flannel shirts, . i Bbls rice,
Black beaver cloth Raglans, Bales doves.
Pilot reef Jackets, bins and Mk, Bags pepper.
Pilot monkey "
Best bread, ia whaler's casks.
Rob Roy Jackets,
Mixed csssimrrti pants,
Black..." , ..
Satinet pants, -Cottonade
and Jean pants. ' -BsMtta
I Samstrioaw '
'Cases saddles, complete,
;Bxs fiunily and salt water soap,
HalT bbls hide poison, ,
Oases spto turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage,
Ken of finishing aails.
Cases men's fine calf brogans, :
" w imitation goat
. " enameled
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
klo brogans. Rolls rigging and pomp leather.
- u waxed do, . Kegs pure and extra white lead,
u u Oxford ties, Csses boiled unseed ou,
" " patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,
u m m ei tops Cases ebarcoal irons,
M " goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
w w im. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn, -Cases
Congress boots, . Kegs powder,
u sewed lasting brogans. Cases sporting da. . .
Wisies, Spirits, lie.
Cases Alcohol, kegs and hah bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Hennessy's, M arte 11 and
. i - BJrlerre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander Jt Co's Rochelle
Brandy, casks Byass Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
130-tf J. C. SPALDINQ '
J.t Xow Xlatei
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
received by late arrivals from Bngland and San Fran
cisco, principally consisting of DR GOODS, besides which
he has ou hand and for sale: (
Suar coolers, t '.
Fencing wire, . . i . '. ;
Assorted Hoop isos, I ' . . r
Patent woven hose,
Screw wool or pulu presses,
Children's iron cots.
Anchors and chains
Port Wine, .
B. & E. Perrier's champagne
' Yellow uappics,
Best varnish. - . J .
Roekell's watches, -
' ADAMAirrrSB CASDLitS,'
1 Sheep 8bears,
Bridles and bits, -Tin
plates. . -
Sheet lead, Copying presses, Liverpool salt,
PACKING SALT, STEAM COAL.
Blacksmith's coal, BrusselU carpeto,
Velvet carpets . - Tongues. :
Hawailasi Beef, Ac.
ROBERT C. JAJVIOJT.
XT The Clipper ship " PIZARRO," of 460 tons regis
ter, was to sail from Liverpool in October, with a full and com
plete cargo of . , , . ..... :
jJry O-oods cS J3xxxxc3.xroaBs S
Expressly seiected for this market. Samples shortly expected,
when sales will be made by the undersigned "to arrive.". , i
ALSO Shortly expected, via San Francisco, Clottta and
Cwrnls Ila-ndkercsilels, and a general assortment of
San Francisco goods. .-., '
: 1384T; . t.:ri. W c -AflOlff. J
I J I I 1 - W a -w Bl SI - m aa
LI1R81 VbIsb.1 I ff-sa aJBW aTvsK SBW aJ I
A SMALL INVOICE OF THE A BUVE
celebrated Bitters, Just received per FORTUAA, and
for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS Jt CO.
New Goods Cheap for Cash.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST RECEIV
ED the largest and most select assortment of Goods that
he has ever offered to the public, which he will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH I
The attention of the people of WAIALC A, KOOLAU and vicin
ity, ia most respectfully invited.
ry Country Produce, Hides, Goat Skins, Cattle, Fowls and
Eggs, taken In trade. 8. N. EMERSON.
Walalua, Oahu, Dec 18 1858. 130-tf
FOR SALE BY
OCRS, SAUTERNES AND CLARETS,
of various brands ami qualities;
Chamfmgnr, Cherry Cordials;
Very superior Sherries;
Fine old port;
Old Jamaica Rum, a superior article; ' . '
Hollands Gin, in one dusen and large cases; '
Old Tom, Monongahela Whisky;
Brandies. Bitters, etc etc 112-tf
JUST RECEIVED PER FANNT MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Davies tt Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almost
any sisc, and afford to sell them 80 per cent less than former,
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
McCOLOAN A CAMPBELL.
100-tf Tailors, cor. King Jt Fort St.
DIARIES FOR 1831).
JUST RECEIVED A fine assortment of Dlatrles
of various sises - plain, marbled and gilt edges.
137-2m . H. M. WHITNEY. .
- JUST RECEIVED.
nER SYREN CASES 4-4 BLEACHED
L Sheetings extra fine quality.
For sale by
C. A. ft H. F. POOR.
MONEY TO LET,
irf IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON AP-
'8''VV7v proved real or personal security.
. nil -. it . ta
C. C HARRIS.
QaflsTB BOXES, 26 LBS. EACH, ENGLISH
White SoBD. per M Yankee " for sale by
U. U. KIUHAttUS at uu
SPRUCE AND PINE LATHS,
Whitewood Boards, . For sale by
114-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
POUNDS NAVY BREAD
A. P. EVERETT.
RAVEN'S DUCK, Axe.
LIGHT AND HEAVY RAVEN'S DUCK,
Roekport Cotton Duck,
IT. 6. Pilot Duck, - - -For sale by t -119-tf
,' CHAS. BREWER, 2b.
: SAFES! SAFES!
SUPERIOR FIRE AND THIEF PROOF,
safes, made by Messrs. Denio At Roberta, Boston. For sale
by : - X8-tf) , 8.. P EVERETT.
.r. - ' : CANDY. -.
CASES ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops, Just reecived per u Radoga," and for sale by
. lM-tf O. A. H. F. POOR.
I ROLLS SUPERIOR SHEATHING FELT,
a new article, for sale ny
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
. . ,HOOP IRON.fce,.
HOOP IRON, SMALL SIZES
Rrrets. small sises. ' ; ' .
..118-tf For tale by CHAS. BREWER, 2o.
CLOTHING AND HATS.
RED FLANNEL OVER-SHIRTS. JrlEN
Canton straw hats, men's easalmere bats.
For sale by - .
WAX 0. A. . IL F. POOR..
v .PER GLIMPSE. . .
NESTS PAINTED TUBS. COUNTER"
scales, boose paper, hammers and hatcheta, baaketa, porta
monnaha Ac, Ac- Ac For sale by
127f , vTr ; - - - c - , C. A. A H. F. POOR.
Iilstlara. BARRELS OIL SHOOKS, to arrive
UWU per clipper ship -Syren," tor sale by
CHAS. BRKWKR, 2D.
PEA JACKETS t
FOR SALE, ONE BALE OF PILOT CLOTH
Pea Jackets, containing 7&, by
. 128-tf " . 4 . C. A. H. F. POOR.
SPRING DRAY. ' ' '
ONH SUPERIOR N. Y. SPRING DRAY,
with Harness complete, fur sale by - - f
CHAS. BRKWKR, 2D
. i ' FENCE POSTS 1 -.
AMAN1 FENCE POSTS FOR 8A LB BY
ia-tf - CHAS. BREWER 8D.
ratH aa rVTia, M ssf I f TT
. - tt
ConnissioD U erchant ,
" HONOLULU, fOAHU:, b. a.;
BUFFERS FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO SUIT
DstflErdd aaVrtwCrCst X " J"' '.
White and grey merino drawers. Red flannel drawers,
V "X52 fcsal&erchlef. .
' . Navy CAPS wtth oOsOk covers. :
Check Uaen shirts,
W Joloi41ndtotto,M T ' , , .-X
- WWto Ia. B. shirts,
White linen handkerchiefs
float buskins. Enameled learner Dnjgan-.
. , . . Lemon i
Boxes fire crackers, ,
Rrtuons. - -
Boston Beauty stores, '
Btoaquiw aauiin ,
Solar lamps, . . ;
Lamp wicks, Nos.1 and 2.
s cl. Tla
Manlms Hemp Bxpc assorted sisea,
Whale lhw spunyarn, -
PLATFORM SCALES, ,
. : UtiU COUNTER SCALES.
1 YELLOW METAL, 18 to 28 os, .
Tarred paper, : Venethllnds . -J ,
Lead pipe. Brass hose pipes, lZcZi
Brass bibo locks, Hedge anchors, Chain Cables.
Irrot Champagne, Currant Wdir
. , Cases Bourbon Whisky, qts andpts,
- lOall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
"a Large a rt--t Crockery Wat re t
Bowls, vegetable diskes, plates, ewers and basins, mugs. Jogs
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
Tower bolts, -
- Thumb latches, gimlets, - - - -.'
' nooks and staples, firmer chisels.
Tower bolts, brass butts, H Ingham b"ek
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, .
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses. gTanulating mills, etc, etc
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofe.
Genaine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Sail needles. Cut nails, tern. 'H' .
Boat nails. Iron bedsteads, TorpenUne, R"P;
Corkscrews, Verdigris, ttunmers, Sheath knives,
Black paint, Padlocks. ,
Red and Blub Bunting, "
Oil Casks, Shooks, Hoop Iron,
Qnnnw anrl PnT lS I JIT. j ' ?
ia6Hf Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments.
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE, VIZ
Ex YemstS Greek.
16, 17, snd 18 feet oars, '
Cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Prussian blue paint,
Chrome yellow paint, , . .
" Chrome green paint.
Bales fresh hops, '
Boxes, halves and qrs raisins,
BbU and 8-gall kegs whisky
Bales brown drills.
Ex Msuatain "Wnve. ' - :
Cases boiled English Hnseed oil, ; ' '
' Eighths casks RocheUe brandy, "
. , Half boxes loaf and crushed sugar,
ATos. a and 4 Roger Williams stoves,
Cans extra fine preserved oysters
Cans preserved meats,
-. , . - - . Cans preserved clams,
. : Cans preserved strawberries,
Cases Yerdaie olives,
. Cases assortad soups,
-'' Cases soup and bouillie,
Cases assorted soup and broths, cans sort a, wine, oyster, sugar
. . i . and batter crackers. .
Kegs whisky, Cases axes,
Kegs brandy, Bbls pitch, -
Kegs rum, - Linen drill frocks, ....
BaskeU champagne, . . Linen drill pants,
Cases ale and porter,' - Bales brown sheeting,
Cases blue drill. -Bales
cloves, kegs nutmegs, half bbls split peaa. do currants,
Cases refined saleratus, cases St. Clair, Dixon's, Emmet's Lpton
Wool, GoatSkins, Bides,
Tallow,. . -Composition, .
nCRCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
nURCDASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
JL ket rates, by
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Jlftal.
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST dAR.
ket rates, by 118-tf," CHAS. BRE ER. 2d.
SALT! SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PIUJLOA SALT WOKKS!
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FFR
J. Dish to Butchers and Packers, ia the largest quantities,
a very superior article, bqual to tbb bbst ivroBTED salt, and
at a price to DEFX COMPETITION t For terms, apply to
llS-6m Puuloa Salt Works.
New Goods just Received
l?er Saris. 7P"a.axls.o 2
FaOM SAN FRANCISCO A SUPERIOR
assortment of Goods, consisting in part of
Cases hickory shirts, ......
. Cases scarlet flannel shirts,
' Men's cassimere hats,
Boys' do do fancy,
. Rolls of oU cloth,
Ladies' embroidered work baskets, "
Ladies' large slxe do, .
Infants hoods, fancy trimmed,
. Cases blue laid ruled letter paper,
Cases buff wrapping paper.
Nests S-hoop painted pails,
Fine linen bosom shirts.
Heavy grey merino undershirts,
Nests of trunks, 4 in a nest,
. Solar lamp chimneys, Jft. 2,
Lubin's Extracts, assorted. For sale by
132-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
CHAIRS t CHAIRS 1 1
JUST RECEIVED per "Tonng Greek," from Boston
an assortment of Chairs, consisting of
Bay State office, Ladies' Dining, Wood Seat office,
Baltimore Cane, Lafayette do.
Ball Top Grecian Gold Stripe, do do do Curl Maple,
. . . Cans Back Rocking, Ball Top Grecian Bird Eye,
Cane Back Nurse, Wood Seat, Children's Rocking,
Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, Ac, Ac, Ac,
- - For sale by
119-tf . A. P. EVERETT.
ER LATE ARRIVALS A
, assortment of Light Clothing, vis :
White Unen duck and drill pants,
do do do do coats.
Brown do oo do
do do do - do
Fancy plaid coats, ,
Fancy check coats,
' ' - - . Black alpacea seats.
4-tf At wholesale by
C. A A H. F
17IAIRB ANKS PATENT
SCALES; ' .
Fairbanks' Patent Counter Scales;
Fairbanks' Patent Grocer's Bcales.
All sises of the above for sale by
B. F. SNOW.
WHIPFLETREES, CHAINS, Ate. :
SETS SUP. WHIFFLETREES tc CHAINS.
Extra siaed Harrows, .
Hand CnJUvators. - .
. .'Vi-:i-f ( ; - Ox Yokes, .
v Iroa Plows, .
- ' For sale by '- "1
118 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 81 26
by jiza-lml H. M. WHITNEY.
: IRON, Jfcc .
N HAND, and to arrive, oer "Bvren." '
Bars refiaed Iron, -
Bundles Nail Rods,
- ' "-: . ' . Bundles Norway Shapes,
- ' - V : Forsaleby -
118-tf - CHA8. BREWER, 2d.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
vsauxra aiisu nicvt UROP, FROM THIS
EAST mm UI PLAJYTA TIOJC.
For sals by (38-tQ H. BACKFEU) A Co.
, BUNGS S BUNGS I
nryn AS,R1 BUNGS, ASSORTED SIZES,
0JJJ forsaleby CHAS. W. FOX,
now suees, near Tort.
PAINTS. OILS. TURPENTINE m
rntRENCIIZINC IN TIN. PURE WUITK
11? lead. dry red lead, yellow ochre ia oil, black pain verdi-,
gns. chrome and Faris creea, Taadyke brown. Unseed and ku
kol ea,torpztttawt coach, waiu and copal vamlah, gold and sO.
ver leaf, amber, Venetian red la oil, paint and sash brushes,
gkws and patty, oa hand and to arrive, for sale by "
- E. O. HALL.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.
ST RECEIVED AND rnR gif.ntiw
118-tf.- - H. M. WHFSiBV
cdfrom8Bi Frel-e-nd M'WP
' Whiteoottotia, shirting.
White cotton drill, maoApobMna, . .
' Tsacr driU, prtated cords, twodaejwtn
w.ltnn wints, brown nni.iuK, T,;.-.
W -SrejlohiU and red 8annH
"to" L riSndodi
Bmwerea mp-- lackeU, Russell eom
jemom cioiu women's shoes, assoneu, .
M inenl.Mkf silk neckties, r .,,
- ; Felt bats (sssrtd), cord, . . . :.
... Dock trowaers, '
Ladies' rUtag hats, blue flannel JkeU, Unen drill psnts, ,
English pie fruits. fJ2T'
Ginger, cinnjmootnekoa ; "row W
Capers, onea ner -
' " " ..A VMl(ak Atsat.
8heeaa, -"Tf-.Chln, naR.'
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted oorkacrwwa, ' s
Tabte knlTesTforks. carrers, and steels,
Cheat tockS barrel bolts, try pananrlls
boa wbeelharrowaajrfaW ; ' ' ,
UnrotK aTaSndV .
' BOTpTpUa8- wara.mrtMl-.-
- AaicfMrw amel CIIsb-.; ..
Bottled aleia first rate artteie), brandy, gin, draught ale, storet,
rPrir1 . v . i u .herrr win champagne, etc
Old lorn, noca, "
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white, sadoMes, bridles, bdtj, dairy .alt
7 jmnXiWicklinsr saK. Bt. TJbes packing salt, pipe)
Blkenow and reenlpAit, hemp ror, Manila rope.
Blacksmith's coal, carriage and other vantlahes.
Meveredjugsand Pltohers, " 'gBiatT c jInioN.
D. C. WATERMAN & Co.
Offer for Sale :
nnLS. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
'300 bbls prime pork, -
100 " Gallego flour, superfine,
100 HaxaU ao aa,
25 half bbls superfine Boar, for families,
65,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar, -
' 60 kegs butter,
160 coils New Bedford tow lines, . . .
60 bandies navy oakum,
25 bbls pitch, . .
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 palloiis BplriU of turpentine, ,
2 tons iron hoops, .
, 300 coils Manila cordage, 61 inch, t, t, ,
31, 8J, 8i, 3. 21, 2. 2i, 2, H and 1 inch,
60 coils 6 thread, 8 thread and 12 thread, .
60 coils Russia cordage, 1 Inch shrouding, ...
6, 4, 3J, 3, 2i, 2 and li inch.
25 coils 9, 12 and 15 thread, seising, hsmber-
. line, rounding and houseline,
Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 6 inch.
Ship's cambooses, complete, Nob. 2 and 8, r
Whale irons, toggle irons.
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, 4, 5, 8 and 7, r
10,000 feet white pine boards. -
Hard pine heading, ' -
Spruce flour boards,
Hard pine flooring boards. '
JUST RECEIVED !
AT THE . . .5 '"' K.
S2IJ FRAZ7CZSOO ,
COil. MERCHANT AND TORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS, ,5
, BOOTS AND SHOES,
..... .' , . ;
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
THESE GOODS HAVE AL.I BEEJT SEI
ected by the Senior Partner of the firm, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than have ruled in this market
in past years. Citizens and Strangers are respectfully Invited to
call and see for themselves. A. 8. A M. S. GRLNBAUM.
Honolulu, Sept. , 1853. 115-tf
FOR SALE BT THE UNDERSIGNEDS
QO COlIS NEW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale line; -
Whalemen's Oars, in sets; . v ;. n
Whalemen's slop dothing, vtss .
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flannel shins;
- - Gray do do;
Striped flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do; .
. Hickory t hlrts;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hate;
' . Woolen stockings, socks and mttte ns;
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
Prime pork; ; .
; Dried apples;
: Carolina rics; - 1 '
Best English boiled linseed oil;
Best do white lead;
Best do black paint; '
Best do " green paint; ' - t ':
Spirits Turpentine. . . .' '
84-tf A. I CARTWRIGHT.
milE UNDERSIGNED would can the attsxtjo of
JL or r-.is r rienus ana tne uonc to nts Hooms, over tne
Post Office) where he is taking Pictures which, for eleranos of
style aod sortoess or tone, cannot oe exceiwo.
Being in constant receipt of Mew Stock, Chemicals. Ac, he is
prepared to take Pictures with all the latest Improvements.
O" Pictures taken on Glass. Paper, Patent Leather, India
Rubber, Ac, and warranted to give entire satisfaction.
N. B The Public are invited to call and examine specimens.
119-tf - . , , w. F. HQWLAKD, Artist,
PIANOS I PIANOS t PIANOS I
F THE CELEBRATED. MANUFAC
TURES OF ..
CHICKERING & CO., i
RAVEN, BACON & CO. and
NUNNS & CLARK.
The undersigned can furnish superior toned instruments of
the above makers, through Messrs. Havdger fc Lisia1SK
sergrr, ools agbxts ror tne facme eoast.
- Plans and styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
66-tf C. A. A H. F. POOR.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VEHT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Blate or Wooden Beds, and PUELAN'S CELE
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, Ao. Apply to
103-tf . . E. BURGESS.
FOR SALE !
IvHE CARGO OF THE CHILIAN BARK
. u Alexandra Garrigos,n consisting of .. ;. '
350 Str-RBBi CsMtla, : -
1 Sail i pet re.
Apply to - L. H. ANTHON,
M-f . Or to J. a 8PAULDINQ. .
" PRESERVED VEGETABLES, '
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES, "
44 u ' Meats,
Brandy Fruit, daily Just received per sUpper ship
Syren," - roc sale by - -
11M CHAS. BREWER, Id.
TWENTY BASKETS MORE OF THAT
V CHAMPAGNE " ! - ' '
ipiIARLES HEIDSIECK Si CO. The beat
U Wins ever drank on these Islands. For sale by
ll-tf C. 1 RICHARDS At CO.
BOURBON AND If AGNO&tA WHISKY.
LD BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA vVTJISa
v my, ui Au-gauon pacaagea, u oom or auty pskl, for sale by
W-' C. L. JUCHitEDS At CO.
ICtRESH COVE OTSTERS, OUVE OIL.
AO Pickles, hams, Goshen butter, saleratms, -
Corned beef in keg for family ase, eieeae, sarin low,
r On hand and for sale by
-r - A. P. KTXRXTT.
V -UAnDLB SLABS. ' -i
VUST RECEIVED, per Toung Greek," from Boston,
'" "j miisii ii BSBsmiinani in i i i li.
BLE SI-AIwithBracteni' ......
Floar ex FJonntain WaTe !
fIFTY BBLS. RICHMOND 8UPERF1NP
is? m quarter and aigtith Backs. Fv sal fa qoaotities to stut
by . . fm-tf B.JI.BICDW. ,
FAMILY COOKING STOVES!
ALTOGETHER UPnniOR TO TTVTSRY
other kind Imported i BAY STATE and ORSSu UOCN
XA1M STATE STOVES, Nos. 0, 1, 2, 8, 4 and , by tM eUpp
stilus Brreo" and 44 Mountain Wave, tor sals by
COZZENS PALE Nil ERR Y The ensstwlosevar
imporied fcr sals by ;
UW C. L. RICHARDS A CO..
TT AWCB POLES, lust arrvrsd par vfirsan."
TOE PEOPMBTOR OP THIS ESTAUr-'
HAVLN0 IN USE AS J
Atoms' Imperial Poer f '
; ItUGGLES CARD
ANT1 HAVTNQ AN EXTENSTTT OB.
" ' - aooyjjjj.'
. NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE ASI
Tfce Bet AiiortmeBt of Puj,
Cards eyer lnportei
" ; 13 NO Tf PREPARED TO EjwjJ
IS EVERT. VARIETY OP TAST1 aI
.' WITH NEATNESS AND DlgPi J
, SHOW BILLS,
" ' WAT BILIA
' "' af a ssb. .
r - . . W
WU1 be executed promptly, In a superior hubs, J
able prices. : , ( .
SyOrde s, by snail or otherwise, will reedn kj
XT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honobls, Out
T ATP. POPfTT AD DfW
JUST RECEIVED PER Blln J
TA " and "TASK EE? anC tor nktbJj
, The American navai bkcuo noox z voa.
Peter Oott, the Cape Ann Fisherman.
- Ross' Accountant's Own Book.
- . Bred a Tale of the Dismal Swamp.
- Waverly Novels Illustrated li ran. odj
Uneover's bsbovku tsiaoua.
i - living's Complete Works 0 vois.
Aklerbrook 2 vols.
? -r Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy.
Cook's Voyages Round the World 4 voa
. . lift- of Captaia Cook, the Discoverer J na.
: Gerard, the Lion Killer.
Howitt's Land of Labor and Gold.
O'Meara's Life of Napoleon. ,
' Family and Ship Medicine Cbest Compssia.
Francis' Manlfoid L!tter Writer.
Lempiere's Classical Dictionary,
A great variety of Juveniles.
: gpeetator vols.
Gliddon's Types of Mankind.
Universal Gasetteer of Literature.
Adventures of Don Quixote Ulustntcd.
Widow Bedott Papers.
Philosophy of Mysterious Rappicg sni la;
The Skeptical Era.
The Roving Diplomatist by Wikoff.
The States and Territories of the Omt T
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