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JsfcSlknow how to read and write,
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Lx rf "I" . ttained the full age of twenty years.
- B "- .hail have itshich to -" ""f,-
.Llss the time of election, thai) be
t!k S may tare reriH4 three nfloth ""rt
tr rZZ. .nv time hare been convicted of
rtthin thi Kingdom, unless he shall hare
T. rli... r a subject, shall be allowed to
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ia . . . h krtt srperate from
Followed by Mr.
,t ia all respects.
ttrJTm, the n, aad made quite a speech
, :.,ino Kt
rBf the rablwt to the next LffTlsU-
.V0 ZLZrm enonsA before the Hooae at this ses
j yf vL djousiioo of a aerious niauer like the
ilofwt in sn enertetie speech In faror of the
Wjfooot cumin to a asciua ine -"uuhiut roe
i nVERTISERS wUUnf any of
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US riw not- of it at our counter m writing.
NEWLY CAUGHT !
FOR SALE AT
THE LARK EST AND BEST
XK OF SADDLERY
frr Off red in Flonolulu !
Ttxi tf? aalmijnfJ i-Tpect fully invites the at
L sua nit icixis aoa pacr;unns, -
rt-tanifel r.tn Sas raav
(Mra.ibcre the tioods were W irl
VjxCTED Bl" HIM I PERSON,
CdoilBg of the following;, riz :
Ll:-s' and misses saddles,
Cagliah and 1m. saddles.
Hanger and vaqoero saddles, .
Race aod boys' saddles,
Girths and saddle bags.
Lsai vl Spanned
French and Am. calf skins,
French and American kip,
Deer, sheep and chamois skins,
Riftrina; and sUe leather,
. Harness and skirting leather."
alter lai hog ihins,
ba ica. Kmileatbers.
Horse brushes and mane combs,
Spurs and bits.
Kailer buckles, aD sues.
Fine kersey A linen horse covers
KickCio(bs, Curled Hair aad Spanish Moss.
13 114-3m S. H. BOBINOX.
Irrsh Garden Seeds !
UCEIVEO FROM A. P. SMITH'S
raacunento, CaL, aad warranted food.
&al,Tbw and white onion,
Cbfaagv, tarnip, .
Blood beet, parsnip,
Vang yellow carrot,
' Epinagc, squash.
Red tomato, erg plant,
Lettoce, otra and leek,
Coramber, white ceiery,
Tuiraod musk nvHoo,
k ad nraip radish,
bedre plant seeds.
pa !pafcth eler teed.
poif cane or sorrhoro.
is two and bur rial papers, and also in larger
H. M. WHITNEY.
;tt foods ! New Goods !
PTED EX RECENT ARRIVALS Z
S H f ALl ST TBS rSU4ICXKI :
UuSL? CEI.KP.ftTtri PATENT fnOL'IJER-
M UQ THKt-rLY COLLAR SI1IKTS.
tapeoders, neck ties, (of Tarioas styles,)
tarwdclaths, black doe-skin cassimere, French
fe7 OHimem, tweeds and shepherd plaids in
p tptrior Mineiik-t Testings, lance diamond Mar-
.U bora ducks and drills, (plain and fancy,)
pBaeaad White Flasiaiel M"fc-
r Order si astprriwr article
XcOjLGAX A CAMPBELL, Tailors.
Corner Fort and King stretta.
Received pek 3IEI.itai
'JPrzn aaoked bacon
f rpl. .
TEDEXCLISff PIP. FRi: ITS.
anl la tins,
auin. For sale by
Mr S Dt: ..-r- on TIIR
j j. T - - - c a-, -
Uilnria 1 . . I . . n....r :ii M
J. II. COLE.
iiJf2FRu'"EELED Bl'CCr, IN
mt. jT' " accustomed 10 go in har-
O. M. ROBERTSON.-
5, s sssa av.
Ii. M. WHITNEY.
wOX MAKE FOR SAL.E BT
II. M. MTHiTXEY.
L BLACK TEAS.
C. A. A II. F. ruuft.
wkir to Visit or Return to
&a22!T.E a free
ijr!r? ,ho UI undertake the charge of a sick
Wsart- , . i
For particulars apply to
W. 1 ORK.ES.
Tt)ni--- WILL I A a t.H K Wl
'JX QL'ARI BOTTL8, deUr-
V. W TALtAflTT-
Jt rceired and for sale by
C. A. A H. F. POOR.
'OAT airivd .
. .rt priifii , ,
aiea the highest prices will be paid.
r, v"iiwng erery article aeoaliy
mieircai and lor sale by
r SALE BT
n. x. wnrrxxT.
"It iALE -
? bteirjOM-MADE, siitrctvts
-Jo lr -iTo4 per Sachem," tor sale by
THX ThIHTT Mit.ua. T 55!f??F"
Timet oCen, the fonrX:101:- New York
scheme: 6 Pnation of Mr. SlidellV
-"An impulse stroneer and .
the remote an ,..: .n?. .more immediate than
per, to accoa n t for , L Con am,bidon no P-
v puiincs. The funl , j rv-l"ll'n, not
of the chief m Jifltwe whf,aCef 4t,the d'l9Cin
York organ ooufiS Tlf T 8ta?d,8- M U New
Wm in-Sart'Wng .boat
the parch of CuU?buriinnlwT1, ,0Warda
grand scheme for buy n J un L on foot
at their present rSaiSSSiS
market value by foreinl!?-V,Ml their
W them in full or ,ut7 TRX? .'wt to
to oraer to reconcile tbe public W rf 1 ent
this notable tranaactlr.r. r..iJ A?. of America to
and topical applications of nitrate 5 tntly Used
a Presidential Ls.B 7. Ime of aiNer made with
opinion." " lao TOCal ofgns of publio
lln -av. .
wVMj KILRS Allw-..
The Member, of the ab r' " '" J
that. alWth;. -.T"'. " """"F ootiBed
. nouces lor drills wffl not b.
' -"-. n. rer order:
F. C. KRITGER.
Dead Quarters, Honolulu Rifles,
AprU 9, ls59.
HONOLULU R. a. CHiPTPiir.1n!
mtiou from the General Grand Chanter of th. i ... '
America, wiU hold lU Regular Meeting, on the Third Th ... ,
trn V mnnlh s tT.ll -sr.. J
'rr" ixwge H Paocats dk L'Ocs
er uruer It. p.
prreswe. tw aaderataad all
assumes to impose an absurdity upon
same principle, any medicine which pro
diseases, to unworthy the slightest conn-
once be denounced as a ouack nostrum.
TV. r 1 n .. .....
""oirauerg ramiiy Jieuiclnes do not assume to cure aU
uueases witn one remedy. They have eleven different medicines
each adapted to its peculiar disease ; an time has proved, be-
yonu a question, the efficacy and certainty of these preparations.
Their list comprises the following medicines :
Grfenberg Vegetable Pills;
Marshall's Uterine Catholicox;
Gbaifenberg Sarsaparilla ;
(i R.EFEN BERG PlLE REMEDY ;
G R.EFEX BERG DYSENTERY SyRCP ;
Green Mocntain Ointment ;
Gr.fenberg Children's Panacea;
GR.tr EN BERG CONSUMPTIVE B.VLM ;
Grfenberg Eye Itiov;
gr.efenbero fever and acie remedy ;
Grjefenbebg Health Bitters ;
gr.etenberc manual of health;
For sale by S. PORTER FORD.
General Agents, REDINGTON A CO.
122-Om Wholesale Druggist, San Francisco.
urcieBserg ferer and Agac PiIIm. A
peeoy ana positire cure Tor this distressing complaint,
lese pilU are composed principally of Quinine, with other
etable tonics, anti-3pasrajdic, and febrifuge articles.
Thousands hare been permanently cured by their use.
GRJEFEXBERQ CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM.
Sovereign in all liroochial and Pulmonary Diseases. It is be
yond all question, true that Consumption is a curable dises.se,
and the Consumptive' Balm is tbe best curative ever used.
GRfFEXBEKQ HEALTH BITTERS.
-These Bitters are skillfully and elegantly prepared from
number of invigorating healthy roots, barks, herbs aud wines.
An invaluable tonic and health restorer.
TbeGrsrreaberz Medicines) are for sale by
S. PORTER FORD,
General Agents, REDINGTON A CO,
122-6m Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
-. .'MB .'1 f. A , .fS. Iff
L O. O. F. Coder the jurisdiction of the R. W. G. Lodge of the
United States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are
1 n-aaes and sciences,
I tne public. On the
f lesses to cure all
I dence, and should at
held on the 1st and 3d FRIDAY EVENINGS of each month.
Resident and visiting members are respectfully invited to attend.
Per order. C. p.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1853. 124-tf
A. F. Ai A. M. Lk Pbogres pie L'Oceamk Loim;e, No
124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council of the
Grand Central Lodge of France, working in the ancient Scotch
Rite, holds its regnlar meetings on the Wednesday nearest
the full moon of each month, at the old Lodge Room, in King
street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 13. 60-tf J. O. CARTER, Secretary.
HO aad 112
45 and 4T Merchant Street.
SAX FRANCISCO, Cal.
mportor and Dealer
rnnnnv ivn nnircnr riDPrrs
Floor and Table Oil Cloth,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRl'fiGETS, BAIZES, and TOAMASKS,
WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS,
Upholstery & o o d e
PAPER HANGINGS aad BORDERS.
FOR SALE IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
H7At the Lowest Kates.
Building Hard Ware,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
! v ..u. . tan numernu4 to OMrticuiarize.
Tk. ..khor U in rnnt'int rxreint of ailditions to his stock
f uiKDWARK. etc- which is offere-I at -the lowest market
rates." U5-3t W. W. LAPP.
I HOLOKAI BUTTER!
MYERS' DAIRY !
Rexalarly received and constantly fsr aale by
ED. KK.ilf, Motel sirrev,
Opposite Natiomu iioiei.
THE UNDERSIGNED. H--
ing taken the shop recently occupied by
Henry Smith, (the subscriber' old stand,)
i- to execute work of all kmils
. - . . .i . nriiv. to suit the times
d to all ki.ls of ship work -, an.!,
1 ... - ....earirmmthriT Tlltnl
orders bemg execuu. u. ROBERT BROWN.
FCEIVED PER FRAStw
- , .,! nrruitnl fmh :
- n i T f 1?D
fmm Smith S iaruens. aK""" ...
rroro . . . imutiKi. radish.
cabbage, cucurooer, -e: i
Isuucn, carrot, turnip, onion, bush beans, c
tin. DUB.a iauei
25 lbs. alfalfa clover seed. For sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
C If! ARS I CIGARS t
. miciiivR nnnn CIGARS.
PE5TIM.tW ft-ot of
Jg can procure wrtmf nt of r A T
.hr ther vi I fi
ilUuilDH"inH . . - n
BaaxDS, just received ,'"L'
Havana and Manila Cigars. , v
i'rUatic an.1 PorU, Rico Smoking rf
Tp rvnFRSIGXED WOULD INFORM
II E L N D- rpnhlic that he has taken the -tand form-
rsrtffE UNDERSIGNED H
TwMf-i inof K j KJ-th -t
Market in t'0"'"' mr(1 on undrr the name of v. n.
business will kSlVl qual.ty of butchers'
Yida A Co who engage to 'B" ' icit u,e patronage of
of D. K.
.V-T Z nrfnee. and solicit
meat wnicn mm '
the public p. R.
TIDA A CO.
" . 5J?VC CLAIMS AGAINST
ALL FJSlts"-1 ' -,C'T.me fr settlement, ana
- "iined ""pty the aamejorthwith.
.1, I InHMMBU
O. of O. 1" -
-..V. , .rsT RECEIVED PER
rWIA KE.' r.Uwtment of Hci it alu-
a ? Palmer, m -
Kbte for the coming eelebrauoo.
C A. -
wifiTf! LEAP I
" " OBTV-
JLlV. eeired and tor sale by
C. A. U- fw'
li14" " I
. v . . . r snip.
Eb.W Z vi II'ST
j I K O C 31, A.jVCA.T.1 0 1ST
A Day of Thanksghing and Rej
Of the Introduction of the Order into the
FRIENDSHIP, LOVE AND TRUTH.
TO if f oi " T. . . "".v
V.Trj. " 0: f '"depeaseaf Ordrr of Odd
Grand ..u:t,on V Hight Worth
WffiiJ'E RIGHT WORTHV
tk. rf- i, , , """ "uwi i its session held at
nL, J BUinore, Bute of Maryland; on the Twentylthird
Pay of September. On. Th... .!...' J5.mra
eight, did adopt the nnViS''
Wbsseas. On the 2Bth nf ln liu r. ."
.wk..7i-rL ana wnereas that beloved Order,
rJjL "" bet wl'lch have been
Ii" -,a.l"r tne nielicttUon of the condition of hi
r,..T .. ,inaI manifestations of the protect-
bv?th!xI?"d,,UM,h,p of fn frovideoce, testifled
-KT " I,':n"y. taCC? which Mmpaaied iu mission
f r V TT, wnere. " U the just duty of hearts
grateful for the Divine approbstion of fhe rrelt caused human
ity tn which we areeninuml tn arbnni
.toTe 'lh "hic" beloveder hXi" soifull.
vimcu. x nereinre. ite it
Retolved. That the 26th dar of Anril Vw ri vvi.-
f1 Part 5?3T the Grand Lodge ot the Uoitetl Sulci to be obserred
nri . mtnnuerauiP ttnlMr Its Juriwliction, as a day of
" rrv V luvnifncjc ior ia aDexamiifed prosper-
It V Which hftsl B.rfTlo.l tKo 4 ti : i. ... r -
American Continent, - ,
n.a vrs ucr smi u-s3 iiw arvmnira r mn nn tKA
hich preamble aud resolution was uuaninously adopted.
Now. Thkreforr. l n. e w .
Deputy Grand Sire, of the Risht Worthv i.i ' ,
depMKlent Order of Od.l Fellows of the United States of Amer-
w.iu. ismniis, in pursuance of the unanimous
wishes of the Brethren of the Order
tue of the power and authority in me resa-d, do hereby set
Taeaday, 2Gth day of April. A. D.. 1859.
As a day of Public Thanksiri
the Fortieth Allirrraarr of th immliu-ii, r i.
loved Order into the United States, REQUESTING ALL BROTH
ERS, OU that dav. to abstain from their ninl mni!ii.. rt
- . ivuc-, aim
devote the day to commemoration of the Benefits bestowed upon
our common race by the establishment of the benevolent and
humane principles of Odd Fellowship, and more especially are
you. Brethren of the Hawaiian Islands, called upon to be grate
ful for the many blessings which have been bestowed upon the
Order in this Kinmlom.
Bkotiikrs, let us not forget on this the Fortieth Anniversary
of Odd Fellowship in f merica, to n turn thanks to the Supreme
Grand Master of the Universe for the many bless! nps bestowed
upon our common race, by the diffusion of the principles or Odd
Fellowship over these islands or the sea. Let us not forget that
many poor sufferers have, in the hour of sickness and adversity,
been comforted and relieved by its ministrations. Let the bless
ings and prosperity which have been bestowed unon our l.lnvn.l
Order in these islands for the past twelve years, by an All-wise
Providence, and Supreme Oran.l Master, "without whose ap
probation the works of man availeth naujjht," incite us to re
newed efforts and devotion f r the advancement and spread of
tbe True principles of Odd Fellowship.
Now, Thkrkforr. In pursuance of the above Pmelnmntion. T
do hereb - authorize and empower ALL BRETHREN, subor
dinate to the jurisdiction of the Rhrht Worthy Grand Lodge of
the United States, residing in the Havaiija Islands, to celebrate
the Fortieth Anniversary of the Independent Order of Old Fel
lows, as recommended by the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the
United States, by appearing on that lay, at any and all gather
ings, or the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, in the city of
Honolulu, in FULL REGALIA, or otherwise, as they may elect.
in testimony whereor i have hereunto set my band,
this the Thirty-first day of March, A. D, One
Thousand and Eight Hundred and F'fty-nine.
R. A. 9. WOOD,
D. D. Grand Sire I. 0. of O. F.
For the Hawaiian Kingdom.
-"VTOTICE IS HEREKV GIVEN THAT, IN
11 a-cordanc with the above Proclamation, Tuesday, the 26th
inst., will be observed by the Order in Honolulu, as a day of
Thanksgiving and Jubilee. s 1
The Brethren will assemble at the Hall of Excelsior Lodge at
10$ o'clock, A. M., and march in procession to Fort Strett Church,
where a sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Corwin. After
the religious exercises at the church, the Brethren will proceed
to the lot in Fort Street, adjoining the residence of John II.
Brown, Esq., where will be delivered an address by a member of
the Order, to be followed by the ceremony of laying tht Corner
Stone of a new Hall for the use of the Order in Honolulu.
Visiting Brothers in good standing srishing to join in (he cele
bration are requested to report themselves at their earliest con
Tlie public generally are invited to attend at the church at the
alKive-naaied hour, aud also at the laying of the corner stone.
Tbe celebration of the day will he concluded hy an evening en
tertainment at the Bungalow, under the direction of Plynesia
Encampment No. 1.
B. . DURHAM,
Noble Grand of Excelsior Lodge No. I.
D. N. FLITNER,
Chief Patriarch of Polynesia Encampment No. 1.
Honolulu, April 2d, 1859. 14&-3t
FRE SU BUTTER!
CHESHIRE CHEESE !
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE AR
. rangements to receive per each trip of the Mary, from Ka
waihae, a full supply of the celebrated Waimea butter, from the
XJX.E IVEXTJ3VE jOlX jFLTZ" S
of Mr. E. Sparks of that place.
A small lot of very superior Cbeabire Cheeae.
143-tf Hotel Street.
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP,
bark SACHEM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, the
following assortment of Merchandise :
Cases blue denims.
Cases blea. flannel,
Bales bro. cotton.
Bales awning stripes, a new article.
Bales bro. drilling,
Cases print lawns.
Cases satteen blea. twill,
Bales printed carpets.
Cases ladies' gaiter lined boots
Cases men's rubber boots,
Cases boys' do do.
Cases women's do do.
Cases charcoal iron,
Bbls prime pork.
Barrels mess pork.
Half bbls mess pork,
Qr bbls mess pork,
Bbls mess beef,
libls navy mess beef,
naif bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins.
Cases refined lanl,
Cnsks pilot bread.
New Bedford iron hoops, 1x16, 1x17, Hxl7, Hxl".
U3tf Apply to CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Jnst Received per. "Sachem."
IERCES BOSTON SUGAR CURED HAMS,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
Quarter bbls family pork.
Cases refined lard, lOtb tins,
English dairy cheese, in tias,
Cases Pembroke salt.
Half bbls crushed sugar,--. ;
Half bbls dried apples.
Half bills Carolina rice.
Fresh peahces, in '21b tins,
Fresh lobsters, in -ID tins.
For sale cheap, by
TREAT & LINS LEY'S .TIKLOU1ASS,
.New Haven, coxn. -UNSURPASSED
"fi ness, richness and promptness of tone. All
V their varieties furnished at the American retail
lirices : m
No. 1 5 oct ive. scroll legs
3 0 octave, scroll leirs
35 octave, piano style
4 5 octave, piano, serpentine
55 octave, piano, fancy serpentine
A ncLare. iano style...........
7 Organ, melodian, piano style
duties to be added.
For further particulars,
D. D. BALDWIN.
National Dining Saloon, Honolulu, S.I,
nsn a VI. Df rifilVT If.Caa
'"V: t.nu tvT is NOW OPEN for the reception of
w S7 tw M a k W mw m lskj.'b
... .'. Transient Boarders. It is situated in the most
business center of the city, and is conducted or. the European
PlaTt-antim! location, combined with the romantic see
rian. -" , ., .ttrii n honaes offered to tbe
nery, renders it e u. - - -
public lor larouies . o va-r l-n vr
In connection with tbe house is a spacious RtSTAL RANT,
-hJ Veils cn be obtained at all hours. Charges ""xierate.
where Mcn assured that MRS.
DA YLS w,l spare no Sr. VW Proorietnr.
fort. 1144-am-j ' - .
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c.
OOTS.SIIOES, Rl BBtKMUt ..
HUU . a In. I1LM Foils and
Valises. Traveiinn wm, --e
I. :ZT inr PnservaUve Blacking and Brushes.
. . t: J-. ner "fAltl r..u.
virtthmus,;. the Brick Shoe Store.
"pine boards and shingles.
at E nSTTHV PIVF
s O issorlrom k an Inch to 2 inches thick.
T "rTfVrL .k..Ll dsr ShinaleS.
143"" FoTsale low by GEO. O. HOIVB.
OOD BUTTER PACKE,PJ!.1
SURF BOAT. ST
nSsS;wl-, for sale by
.ID,",EXD" Ordsb or Odd Fellows, j
Of tbe Worth, niithn a j o t
the Kinedom of the Ihnin. ti. . t
CHAS. BRF.WFR, 2d
Bill -m MS!!
Ex 'PIZARRO; 'SACHELI'
OTIIEU LATE ARRIVALS !
AND FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and Retail
UPWARDS OF 100,000 YARDS SUPE
RIOR ENGLISH PRINTS AJVD MUSLINS, consisting
of pink and yellow, lilac and red, canary and red riding dress
prints, purple, black, chocolate and red, orange and green, two
blue. Also, small pattern prints, and a splendid assortment of
BRILLIANTS, many of the patterns of which fire entirely new.
Bales scarlet blankets,
Bales blue blankets.
Bales white blankets,
. Hales heavy denims.
Bales English denims,
Cases heavy Am. blue sheeting,
t Cases English blue sheeting,
Cs brogaus elf A kip, swd & pgd.
Cases slippers and shoes.
Cases Eng. saddles and bridles,
Cases Am. soildles and bridles.
Cases whips, stirrups, leathers
Cases charcoal irons,
Nests trunks, four each,
Cases figured black merino. .
Coses figured blue merino,
Cases plain merino, black.
Cases plain merino, blue,
Bules brown sheeting,
Bales bleached sheeting,
Bxs Winchester's S. W. soap,
Cat es blue drills.
Cases henry Am. bed ticking.
Bales blue, scarlet ami very su-
penrr grey flannel shirts,
Cases )-ilot pants,
Cases pilot coots,
Cases drawers and shirts,
Bales pea jackets.
Cases silk handkerchiefs.
Cases linen and cotton hdkfs.
One case heavy camb. quilts, a
80 kegs nails, 4, 0, 8 and lOd,
Cases powder, (
Cases palm leaf hats,
Cases limit's handled axes,
Cases felt hats.
100 superior native spades, (oo's)
Nests camphor trunks,
Nests leather do.
Nests rattan clothes baskets,
Cases preserved ginger.
Rattan chairs, baskets, etc.
Caws denim pants.
Cases denim jumpers,
Cases white shirts.
Cases colored shirts.
Cases drab moleskin pants,
Cases white moleskin pants.
Cases white sheeting and shirt.
inir. most superior.
Best Sample Manila Cigars in Market.
TWIST EN DS Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
O . fit o mt XX osiery !
With a splendid assortment of other Goods, and decidedly
The Largest and Most Inviting Stock ia
Honolulu, for' Native Trade.
J. T. W. respectfully invites orders, from Country Store Keep
ers. Apply at
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE'S
t "EMPORIUM," HONOLULU.
March 31, 1859. 144-3m
21. HACKFELl) fc CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE CARGO OF THE AMERICAN BRIO
" K 0 L 0 A !"
JUST ARRIVED FROM BOSTON.
ARRELS TAR, PITCH AND ROSIN,
Bales navy oakum,
Manila and hemp cordage, ratlin, martin, spunyarn, tc.
Pure white lead, in 25-tb kegs, blhck paint.
Pitch mops, birch brooms, hooped pails, wash tubs.
Corn brooms, mast hoops, jib hanks.
Assortment ol single ami double blocks, chains,
Kiln-dried corn meal, in barrels,
Mess pork and beef,
Oak boats from 10 to 16 feet long,
Cedar " " 18 to 20 " u
Cut nails and spikes of all sizes.
Assorted iron, square and round, from J inch to 3 Inch,
Crushed sugar, in half bbls,
1 ried apples, rice, saleratus, soap,
H, 2, 2t, 3, 3j inch oak plank,
1 inch clear white pine boards, planed,
J U U M .4 .4 44
44 44 44 44 U 44
2 " " " " plank, u
White pine shelving, planed two sides and edged.
Spruce scantling, 2 x 3, 2 x 4, 3 x 4, shaved cedar shingles,
1 inch white pine I oards, rough,
boors and windows, assorted sizes,
Cumberland and Lackawana coal.
Cotton duck, sheetings, ic, 4c, &c.
Per SACHEM," from Boston,
Bids Haxall flour,
('asm Hunter's tobacco.
Dried apples, in j Mils.
Hunt's handled axes,
Raddles, complete, with stirrups and belts.
Cotton sail twine.
Men's kip brogans,
" goat u
Blue and white cotton thread.
Cases shirting, denims,
" blue drilling and blue cotton, kc-, Ac, Ac,
Per "ALOHA," from Bremen,
Bales hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts, '
u blue union serge shirts.
Souwesters, ladies' Lisle thread hose,
Cases Victoria lawns,
" plain tape -check muslin, black,
Bales fancy prints.
Black and blue figured alpaoca,
Bales blue flannel.
Silk Umbrellas, cotton sockt and stockings,
Mother-o'-pearl tuttnns, ivory combs,
AssxTtment of ready-made clothing,
Superior Holland gin, in cases', French prunes, tn glass,
Szc, &c. fcc, Ac 143-tf
A TEACHER, COMPETENT TO PRE
pare Pupils for a Colli-giate Course, to whom will be ten
dered the use of a large and commodious School Room in the
center of Honolulu, at the reduced rent ol four dollars per month.
There is a large class of pupils requiring instruction, that can
be gathered in by a person competent to conduct a school, and
the liberal charges usually paid for tuition, would secure to a
teacher a good salary. , -
Any person desirous of undertaking to gather a School togeth
er, can apply to BENJ. F. SNOW,
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
ASHER B. BATES.
Honolulu, March 22. 1859. 143-tf
FOR SALE I
JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG SCOTSMAN,
from London, the celebrated aod welt-known Geaaiae
Umdm Dwelt Sherry aad Part Wiaea. from
Tuke, Holdsworth A Co., in 1 dos packages. These pure and
unadulterated wines are particularly adapted for the use of per
sons in weak health and all those who wish to preserve their
health- For sale by
1413m E. UOFFSCHLAEGER A 8TAPENH0RST.
TWO GOOD SADDLE-HORSES.
140.tf A. K. CLARK.
SPERM CANDLES I -
A SMALL INVOICE SPERM CANDLES,
per Yankee" for sale by
142-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
WHALEMEVS BILLS, OR BILLS DRAWN
ia sums to suit purchaser, on New Bedford, for sale by
- 143-tf D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
RUMB BRUSHES, PER YANKEE. FOR
ale by - 1144-tf , t;. a. t M. w. rwn. - .
A FEW OF THESE LANTERNS JUST
fA reserved aod far sale small stag, 3 target srse, 1 A
144-lsa II. M. WPITNFY.
j. t. iiiERnuin
REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS
ti FOR SAN FRANCISCO. :
THE FAST-S ATLIN G CLIPPER HARK
Captain JOHN PATY, being under contract, will positively sail
for the above port on
THURSDAY, A ail 14,
For freight or passage apply to
138-1 D. C. "WATERMAN A CO.
. . FOR
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
' Havine a lartre nortion at hv k.i :n i
Quick Dispatch for the above Port.
J Shippers of Oil may rely upon its being carefully stowed J
J and regularly wet during the voyage! i
$ For Freight, apply to .
5 I-" E. P. ADAMS.
1 ' 1
FOR BREMEN DIRECT,
And will take Freight for Liverpool.
THE A 1 BR. CLIPPER SHIP
Fizarro, Captain Sweet,
Will have quick dispatch for the above ports, having a large
portion of her cargo eugaged. For freight or passage apply to
R. C. JANI0.V,
Or II. HACKFELD t CO.
W. B. An. experienced person will be employed In stowing
the Ou, and proper care will be taken of the cargo on the pass
FOR NEW BEDFORD, DIRECT.
The A 1 coppered and.copper fastened clipper ship
Captaih M. W. GREEN,
Will take freight for the above port. She is well provided
with two force pumps, and shippers may feel assured that every
attention shall be paid to the wetting of oil.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodations,
please apply to THOMAS SPENCER,
134-tf Or CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
SAWD WICH ISLAND
jggfrti ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE t
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Eoston, in the months of March. May or Jaae,
September nud December.
For further particulars see special advertisements In daily
papers of the above months.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
07 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
B. F. Snow, .... Honolulu.
Sutton A Co. - - New York.
Cook k Snow, ... New Bedford.
Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United States, South America.
jit Canada, and Europe.
COSfiKCTl.NCi IN NEW TOBIC WITH THK AXKKICAN-KCBOPKAS EX
PRESS COMFANT TO ECR0PE.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Secial Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Cullao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded b the tnglisti Meamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 2Uth of each month.
IE? Collections made, ana all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THK REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO.
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo A Co., San Francisco or New lork. Also
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s franked L . S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, aud over
tbe Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1, lS56-tf. F. L. HANKS. AgenU
CH GOODS !
Just received per Bark "Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
ASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
White Buck, cases Black ana hlte Checked minting
Bales Union bro
Cases calf Jersey ties.
Bales Temple "
Oxford pegged ties,
fine Monterey 44
roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's col'd morocco,
men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans,
" " boots.
Bales Manadnock bro. sheet-
Bales Livingston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston blea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sheetings,
elf sewed and pgd brogans
calf sewed sailor's pumps,
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Caaes Clothing, coat's
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
'Half bbls split peas.
Denim overalls aud frocks,
lUases renned lard.
Blue, mixed and red flan, shirts Half bbls crushed sugar,
!Bbls extra mess beef.
iKxs. hf and qr do, layer raisios,
Black merino sacks,
lllair bbls butter,
j Cases box salt,
,Shooks fine bag do,
Hols Haxall flour.
Blue and red flannel shirts.
Black beaver cloth Raglans,
Pilot reef jackets, blue and blk, Bags pepper,
Pilot monkey "
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Rob Roy jackets.
Mixed cassimere pants,
Black w "
Cottonade and jean pants.
Boot and Shoe.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
" " Imitation goat
Cases saddles, complete,
,llxs family and salt water soap,
Half bbls hide poison,
Cases apt, turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage,
Kegs of nails,
Kegs of finishing nails,
" enameled "
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
, imit'n goat
Luck s tobacco.
kip brogans, Rolls rigging and pump leather,
waxed do, Kegs pure and extra white lead,
Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed ou,
patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,.
" cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
im. Oxford ties,
Cases Congress boots,
" sewed lasting brogans.
Cases sporting do.
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves or Hennessy's, M arte II and
Rivlerre Brandy, eases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander A C,o'i Rochelle
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
143-tf J. C. SPALDING
New Goods from Boston Received
CASES CALF JERSEY TIES, 6 TO IO,
. . . 10 eases kip brogans, 7 to 11.
4 cases India rubber boots.
1 case, 300 feet, I Inch India rubber hose,
7 eases assorted lozenges, candy gum-drops, etc.,
1 case assorted India rubber goods and toys, etc.,
M cases, 1 dos each, extra fine whiskey,
fia niM. 1 dos iura each, extra fine whisker, etc.
Vos HOLT & HEUCK.
Just Received, ex Late Arrivals !
AND FOR SALE BY THE U.VDERSIGNED
First and Second Class Brandies, in wood,
First and Second Class do in bottle,
Best Geneva, in wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, In bottle, '
Monongahela Whiskey, in wood and bottle,
a l. .mi iiwfjr nf Oil fkvorite brands.
And the usual assortment of Wises and Liquor.
Cigars cx "Hero!"
UST LANDED AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
Waterhouse's Wholesale and Retail Fire Proof Km port am
10,000 No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
200,000 No S do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do.
a Ihey are selling iasu lenranmci.
9 Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSR,
To Visitors to the Volcano.
PARTIES ISTBSUl.WTO isu
m,mrnL natmi Amu eruntiOB of Mauna us, will do well to
make Kailoa tbe starting point from which to ascend the moun
tain. At the store of Mr. John H. Travis, at the boat landing,
will be found all the necessary outfits for the trip such as sad
dles, bones, ruidek, fresh ground Kon coffee, (so necessary on
the mountain,) etc., etc Mr. Travis' facilities tor furnishing
the above are uneqoaled, and his charges reasonable.
Honolulu, March, loi. , . - . m-
Sugar asd Uoliisses,
IT For aaie by
... CHAS. BBKWKB, to
BY A. P. EVERETT.
General Merchandise. -
TUESDAY, APRIL 19, at IO O'ClocU, A.M.,
At Sales Rooms, will be sold, -
New Goods, ex Late Arrivals.
Valuable Real Estate on Beretania st.
Will be sold at public auction, that valuable property situated
on Beretania street, known as the -
Penhallow Premises I
Now occupied by Mrs. Co,ly, being one of the most desirable
localities for a residence In Honolulu.
Title, fee-sim pk;. For terms and particulars apply to
A. P. EVERETT, Auctioneer.
In the flatter of Maxwell & Beatty,
To be sold by auction, at the Auction Boom of the undersigned, on
SATURDAY, A aril 23, at 1 1 O'Cl'k, A.M.,
An the Estate and Interest of L. F. BEATTY In all that Lot of
1-aml, containing 4j acres, more or less, called the MANUEL
PLACE, situate at Puiwa, tn Nuuanu, about 2 miles from Ho
nolulu, and near to the Royal Agricultural Society's Garden,
with the large and substantial Dwelling House (partially finish
ed) and office thereon, on which $2000 have been expended, as
formerly occupied by Mr. Paul Kin inert.
For further particulars, apply to JOHN MONTGOMERY,
By order of the Assignees. A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, April 8, 1859. Auctioneer.
NEW GOODS ! HEW GOODS !
AND FOR SALE BY
US . O. Hall.
Guarded S. B. lanterns,
Tea trays, all sizes.
Cut tacks, clout uails.
Hard frame slates,
Steel-point crow bars,
Iron and brass screws, asst'd.
Shoe nails, raw hides.
Hay forks, 2 and 3 tine,
Britannia tea and coffee pots,
Old Dominion coffee pots, .
India rubber hair pins,
Black and white pins,
Bpectacles, lu cases,
Fancy vest buttons.
Rubber pencils, with leads.
jGilt cornice and curtain bands,
Cast-steel shovels, R. P.,
4. 4 44 jong-hdl, R. P.,
iGrind stones and cranks,
IPick axes, sledges,
Tack and riveting hammers,
IStair rods, H hinges.
Door locks, sash tools,
Nests tin pails.
Bat and parlor balls,
India rublier cakes,
Lift and force pumps,
Eyelets, assorted Garners,
Carpet tacks, leathered.
C. II. butcher knives, 5, 6, 8 Plastering trowels.
and 10 inch.
Handled deck brushes,
Door springs, muffin rings,
Fancy and glass buttons
Yard sticks, board measures,
Sand and emery paper.
Stocks and dies.
Carriage whips, raw hides,
Cleavers, bed springs.
Auger bitts, new style,
Iron and steel squares,
Till and cupboard locks,
Kake and pick handles.
Hoe and sledge handles,
Sltovel and sivade handles.
Center bead planes.
Scythes aud noes,
Moulding and sash planes,
I Bench hooks,
I Enameled saucepans,
Gimlet hitts, Center do.
Cast butts, loose and fist,
jBrass lifting handles,
Bastard files, flat and round,
Hat and cloak hooks,
Sboe punches and peg cutters.
Brass, bib and stop cocks.
Brass and iron hooks and eyes, Steelyards, couuter scales,
Butcher's meat hooks.
Oil and scythe stones,
Geared wheel braces.
Iron braces and auger bitts,
Hunt's bandied axes,
Turned pail earn,
Casks roofing cine,
jSnreed's irons, 2x1,
; Sewing machines.
English aud Kusia sheet iron, Corn shelters, harrows,
TV ests trunks, Ox 1 okes and chains.
Eagle plows, Nos. 1, 2 and 20, Trace chains, sickles.
Steel plows, two siz s, 'Hand and benoh screws.
Manure forks, planters' hoes, ilinsh scythes and snaiths,
Iron pots, covered. Mahogany drawer knobs.
Fry ians, coffee mills, I Powder, in 1 lb A i lb canisters,
Milk pails with strainer spout, jLliue squeezers, egg beaters.
Shot, buck and all sizes, Fine single harness,
II ingham boxes and tubs, ', Bats, round and flat,
Door locks, asst'd kinds. llovs' garden spades,
W. W. brushes, wooden faucets, Hake kettles, chalk lines.
Molasses gates, graters, Bed cord, fi?h lines,
Log lines, cotton lines, llan I wrenches, 6 to IS inch,
Chopping knives, bread do, Solar and study lamps.
Match and rabbit planes, Looking glasses, &C, ic
Dry Goods, Src.
While and blue cotton thread, (American diaper, Scotch do,
Ti-lr nn.ila .aatM I'n.Kuk ,iul Pnllrtn .vino
Pillow case cotton, 9-8,
Heavy blue drills,
Extra heavy denims.
Watch-spring skeleton skirts,
Queen of Diamonds' skirts,
Extra do do do.
4-4, 5-4 and 0 4 sheetings,
Small check Scotch gingham,
Irish linen, linen huckaback,
Greenland blue barege,
Genflnen cambric hand'kfs.
8-4 bl'd and bro. linen damaskj
Ladii-s lisle and buck gauntlets,
iGenoTdo do, fancy bordered,
White and pink crape. Black crape.
Asst'd brown taffeta ribbons, I Colored worsted braids.
Ladies' emb'd cottons, new style .Black velvet ribbons, asst'd.
Fine bleached cotton, undressed. ' Mexican mixtures.
Brown cottons and 2 bush, bags, ' Bales lamp wicking,
Oiled silk, nelling cord,
j Plain and magpie ruches,
Black elastic belts.
Wide bed fringe,
Jrancy colored belts.
White and black spot lace,
Superior door rugs,
Paints, Oils, &c.,
French sine, in tin, Philadelphia lead, pure,
French yellow and blue, jVerdigris and Paris green,
Chrome green, lamp black, Red lead, dry.
Spirits turpentine. Boiled linseed oil, ,
Gold and silver leaf, iBlack paint,
Boys' brown empire, bl'k wool,; Ladies' Leghorn flats,
brown i-eehorn, silver grey,1 Brown bloomers and pedal flats,
colored German, black I'
Silver grey and Leghorn jockies,
and planters' bats,
Misses Leghorn flats.
Brown and silver grey bloomers,
Men's palm-lear hats.
Drab and grey London caps.
Mats Cassia currie powder, Cayenne pepper,
Haxall flour, new crop, in bbls. Crushed and granulated sugar,
" " " in tins, Table salt, layer raisins,
Manila cordage, 6, B and 12 thread ; dodo 1 In., paper hangings,
names, leather, buff envelopes, letter paper,
single bedsteads, calf skins,
A fall Asaortmcat of Ladies, Mca's, Misses)
aad Cbildrea's Boots aad Shoes.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES,
LIQUORS and CIGARS, LAHA1NA. MAUI, begs
most respectfully to inform his friends and the reident public
generally, also masters and officers of vessels visiting Lahaina,
that he has made arrangements to receive regulirly from the
United States and England, choice assortments of very best qua
lilies or the above articles. His stock at present comprises
Pure London Dock Martell Brandy,
Otard, Dupuy A Co's do,
American Brandy, for shipping, in 5 and 10 gal. pkgs.
Old Monongahela Whiskey, in do do do.
Holland Gin, in cases, kegs and demijohns,
Sherry and Port Wine, Claret Wine. Champagne,
Porter and Ale. in casks and cases.
Manila Cigars and Cheroots, Havana Cigars, and a complete as
sortment of the articles usually found in simikw establish
ments In Europe and the United Suites.
N. B. Particular attention paid to putting up Stores for Ship
Just Received per " Syren !"
BOSTON SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Kits No. 1 mackerel, kits tongues and sound.
Cases lard In tins, tierces Carolina rice,
Cuses cod fish, cases corn starch.
Cases fiue tobacco, cases water crackers.
Cases water biscuits, cases wine biscuits.
Cases oyster crackers, cases butter crackers,
Cases ginger snaps, cases jumbles.
Cases soda biscuits, cases sardines, qr bxs,
Cases sardines, half bxs, currants aud raisins,
Citron, lemon and orange peel,
Flavoring extracts. For sale at
131-tf 8. SAVIDGES.
Tea! Tea! Tea!
300 BOXES EXTRA FINE
Curious Oolong I"o.
Just received per brig " Hero,"
direct from Chin
sale cheap by
FOR SALE ARRIVED PER BARK
ONE GRAND PARLOR PIANO FORTE,
1 fancy case do do do, 7 octaves
2 plush Music Stools,
1 rubber cover,
The above are from the manufactory of Hallett A Cnmston, of
Boston. For sale by . CHA& BREWER. 2d.
F3R SALE, JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
Sachem," 2 double-bank Melodeons,
2 do reed do,
2 fire-octave, piano style.
The above from the manufactory of 8. D. A H. W. Smith, of
Boston. For sale by 13fr-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
JSEA BOOTS MADE EXPRESSLY FOR
tbe 44 Nor'west" a srrraioa ASTUXS. Also, fresh
made RUBBER BOOTS- For aale low, at the old
stand, Brick Shoe Store
143-4t J. II. WOOD.
LBS. NUTMEGS, PER ADE
LAIDA," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
PLYMOUTH COLLECTION. -
A FEW COPIES. WITH AND WITHOUT
tones, on band and ibr sale. A choice assortment of fancy
bindings, (3d edition.) are expected by Express from New York
about April 25. 143-2t H. M. WHITAEY.
BRLS. BEST HAXALL FLOUR,
Just received per clipper ship "Syren, ""
. For sale by
CHAS. BREWER, 2or
SALE ARRIVED PER BAJXR-
SACHEM." . :
IRE BRICK, SPRUCE POLES. 'FLAO
Stones, for sale by 143 tf CHAS. BHIWt
" CRACKERS X "
TINS WATER CRACrSr"
40 tins Jeany Lind Cakes, ' " " .
10 cases Green Com, ' "
Per " YankeV- '
.Oi 4r5" ".w-A- . ;J-S
BY JOHN F. COLBURN.
: Closing Out Sale.
SATURDAY. Arll 16,af lOO'Cloe-k. A. M
' At Sales Room, wiil be sold, to close the concern, the
Balance of the Stock of Alone,
Consisting in part of Dry Goods Clothing, Tobacco, Soap, Fur
- Alo To CLOP Co!iHj5jnBrr
Prime Beef, Prime Pork, -
Tom line, Kice, Cordage, ete etc
General Sale of Merchandise.
WEDNESDAY April 20, at IO O'CUk, A.M.,
At E-te Room, will bo sold.
Dry Goods, ' Clothing, Boots and Shoes
Hats, Shirts, .
Glassware, Crockery ware.
Groceries, Cider, Caps.
And a great variety of articles too numerous to nientioo.
HOUSE LOT FOR SALE.
..THAT DESIRABLE LOT OF LAND
on Marine street, adjoining the premises of Capt. John
Meek. For further particular, inquire or
140-tf - J. F. COLBUR.Y.
BYRON'S BAY, HiLO, HAWAII.
asa tSBSsas, 3
FFERS FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
merchandise: . - - 5
Dry Goods of every Description,
Rmwn- white and bluo COttOna. 1
White and black lace.
Silk and eottoo velvet.
Men's flannel shirts, .
Men's linen and cotton shirts,
Linen coats and pants,
slop dotldng of all descriptions,
Colored sutina and silks,
Irish linens ad grass cloth," .
Silk and cotton handkerchieta,
i Linen and grass cloth hdkfs.
Fancy colored belts, suspenders,
Lamp wicking. - ; '
do do do drills,
Ticking and shirting stripes, j
Blue, red and white flannel.
Muslins, prints, delaines.
Dentins, ginghams, toweling,
Cottou awl linen thread.
Black awl colored ribbons.
Gentlemen's and ladies gloves,
Bed fringes, table covers.
Black crape, colored braids.
Cut nails all sisea, rivets, '
Wrought uails all sisix. rasors, j
Copper nails and tacks, saucepans,
Hatchets, hammers and axrs, coffee mills.
Iron and brass screws, assorted iron pots, fry pans,
Britt. tea and coffee pots, grind stones aud cranks, rules.
Paint brushes, clothes, hair and white wash brushes, hoes
and rakes, spades, gimlets, sheathing copper and nails.
Knives and forks, sand and emery paper, log and cotton lines.
Buckets and tut, pen and Jack knives, scinsors, spectacles,
Buttons of alt kinds and descriptions, sheet iron and tine,
Powder in kegs and canisters, auger bitts and augers, '
l!ras and Britt. bib and stop cocks, shot all aiseo.
Till, cuplioard, chest and door locks, spoons.
Brass and Iron hooks and belts, glue, '
Carpenters planes of all kinds,
Ilingham boxes, thimble.
F and C combs,
Beef aad Pork. Hawaiiaa beef.
Bbls of flour and bread, rice, butter, sugar, molasses.
Syrup and honey, preserved fruits of all kinds, ,r
Preserved meats and fish of all kinds, curry powder.
Cassia and spices of all descriptions, pepper.
Fine and coarse salt, saleratus, soda, raisins, currants.
Dried apples, beans, peas, coffe, tea, chocolate, cocoa.
Herbs, crackers of all descritions, candles, lanl, hams,
Beeves tongues, salt salmon, cod fish, vinegar, sardines,
Mustard, sauces, hops, soap, prunes, candies, salad oil,
Olives, ast'd English and American pickles.
Mackerel, Herrings, Ate, Ac.
Boots and Shoes. i.
Cases men's thick boots, cases kip brogans, calf boots, '
Cases calf brogans, cases goat brogans, Oxford ties.
Men's India rubber boots, men's India rubber shoes.
Women's India rulber shoes, gaiters.
Whalemen's pump, whalemen's stout shoes.
Boys' shoes and brogans, women's shoes.
Sail twtne. handcuffs, prickers, IPrickers, belts and sheaths.
Cotton aod linen canvas, palms, 'Sail needles, oars, row-locks.
Light, heavy and navy duck. Hooks and thimbles, saw-sets,
Ast'd sizes iron, cant hook.. jllooks and staples.
Blocks of ast'd sizes, jib hanks, jBrass and iron wire.
Sheaves, marline spikes, iPowder horns and flaks.
Envelope boxes, Toilet boxes.
Cigar boxes. Work boaea.
Shaving boxes, Sdk Apron.,
Crape shawls, Colored silks.
Bilk vest patterns, uoloreu sauna,
Camlet and pongee silks.
ass, Crockery and Tinware.
Also, a full assortment of Manila cordage, from Inch to 6
inch, coils whaHe line, hemp rope, spun yarn, marline, bowseliue,
seizing stuff, anchors, chains and whale irons.
AN ASSORTMENT CONSISTING OF
2 and 3 inch plank, 2x3, 2x4, 2x8, 2x8 Joists,
Hardwood square timber for boat davits, anchor stocks and
windlasses furnished to order,
1 inch boards, doors, sashes, blinds, clapboards, ate
nUo, Byron's Bay, Hawaii, March, 1869. 143-2m
OX SALE, BY RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
following choice assortment of Groceries, at the store of the
Fre h apples.
Strawberry Jam, etc., etc., etc.
Ground black pepper,
Whole do - do.
8. C. soda.
Fresh currants, tn tins
English pie fruits,
Tins of water, butter, sugar, oys
- ter, soda and wine crackers.
Best Ootoug tea,
Crushed and loaf sugar,
Ac, Ae., Ac.
N. B. Fresh Island Butter and Ground Coffee always on
band. (133-ly) H. McLSTYKE.
New Raisins! New Raisins!
13C DAYS FROM MALAGA I .3
K WHOLE BOXES RAISINS, .
ij J 60 half do do.
The best ever In this market. For sale by
Ice Cream ! Ice Cream !
T-HE PROPRIETOR OF THE IIONOLl
. LU ICE CREAM SALOON, wishes to inform the public
that he has opened the above named Saloon, on ths corner of
Nvnanu and Chaplain streets, where be will be happy to fur
nish them with tbe sear Ice Cream that can be mads, and with
reasonable notice will furnish Parties and Families with atten
tion and dispatch. WM. U. HUDDY,
Just Received per Yankee !
AMBLIN AND BAKER'S LOBSTERS
Hamblin snd Baker's Fresh Peaches tor sale eneap rjy,
mui i'i aivinnr
Rice ! Rice
OR SALE CHEAP BY
THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
annotated Guardian of the person and property of GEORGE
HOLM KS, hereby gives notice to all persone indebted to him to
make immediate payment ; and all persons having claims
against the same are hereby requested to present the same to
K U. Davii j and be, tne sakl unaraian, nereoy ntoku any
uerson trustint- the said Georee Holmes, as from this date the
foresaid Guardian will pay no debt contracted by hire.
Honolulu, Dec 0, 18S". IZtJ-tT a, u. vsiu.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
den to cut timber or wood, to set fire to brush or grass, er
to shoot or catch bullocks, or any wild animal, in any way. with
out my permissioB, on any part of my land, known a PaeAbaa,
(uka,) and situated to the southward and westward or ruunono,
Puiilo, arSawaiUlU Guk h.
Any person so (respsssmp, win uc iraxaini hi wkmxmwkm
with tlie law.
JOHN F. FAKavKK-
Hamakoa, Hawaii, Feb. 1, 1859. 136-Sm
ri'HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN
1 the Office attached to the Sailors' Home," will procure
Officers and Men for whaling and other vessels, at short notice,
and will endeavor to give ifsTtkm to all who may favor bias
with their business. ubo. wuuua,
Licensed Shipping Agent. '
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1858. : 116-tf
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY OF
fers hit services in tne adjustment of accounts, collection of
bills, etc Mortgages, Leases, Bills of Bale, Arressnents. an
other instruments, drawn with accuracy sod dispatch, sa o
moderate terras. Office at the 44 Sailors' Home,"
116-tf GEO. WILAJAMB,
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVKJ Ap
pointed James W. Austin, of Honolulu, as my Agent, vita
Iwer of attorney. ...
liouoiuia, March t, lSfiv. ti-oi
ASTERS OF VVHAL.ESIIIPS WGO DE-
i ,k. nlin. nn ot their amnnnta. srill
please eaUon the sndrcsigned, who will rive his iaasedlate at
tention to bosipesa entrusted to him. Office at the 'bailors'
Home. l-"J "ii""3.
OTYPS DAGUERREAN GALutSY
ilV and PuuiuuAAFHB. asMBWrsId
" bread I X ; '
r ' "T-CEIVCD pe""Tren," ' , .
J I m Lrsad, a) wlMsneo'i casks, ".. .
i-J UasVaJo- Bread, a new and soperkw artlds
i v. .
'tshaHJL19 wow ovms rcn
l , , sod for sal by
as Uss UawsHa T-' T.
C. A. A
ii. r. pwiR.