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From tie J'ew York Ledger.
TOE MOUNT VERNON PAPERS.
BT EDWARD EVERETT.
Eirrrs Acta PuonxTZWadungton's Motto.
AN INCURSION INTO THE EMPIRE STATE.
, ,' FAaT L
Kxtrm clothing prrpmrtd for the Joumrf and the retmlt
Smmdwiehem mm compared with a maMtf dinner at mm inn
Sixty tenia moved and proposed investment for it -Si
Momre comfortahlv spent at A loan jr Sleeping cart and le
excellence of their arranaemnts Unexpected ohstacte to
the enjawment of their full henrjit Arrival at Canan-
t me area tana pure mate oj uormom ar raeips.
Being under engagement to repeat mj Address
ob the Character of Washington, at two or three
; places ia the western part of the State of New
York, circumstanced had prevented my keeping
. the appointment till the middle of December. I
must coniem that I looked forward to the expedi
tion with some anxietr. A joorney of a thou
sand miles into the Lake region, at this season of
the year, to be made in six days, on three of
which a discourse of two hours length was to be
pronounced, is, to a person who has reached the
age ol out no matter about that, a pretty
serious aflair. On taking counsel with a judi
cious friend upon the subject, he advised me,
above all things, to take on me and with me, an
extra supply of warm clothing, and, if I had
occasion, as I certainly should, to travel in the
MtrK frrh tuft Kim wVt. im a rvww K in rra rvf f IiA
sleeping cars. I promised to follow his advice
en both points.
- With respect to the first, I was already well
provided with an ample supply of the accustomed
articles of clothing, external and internal, of the
warmest materials and closest ttesues. But fol
lowing my friend's advice, and looking forward
to the exposure of the jouney, I laid in an extra
supply, better adapted to a voyage of Arctic ex-
? .oration, than to a trip into the State of New
ork. It consisted of a supplementary pair of
overalls made of pilot cloth and well lined with
thick cotton, a dreadnought cloak also lined and
: friend, which Dr. Hayes might have envied, a
pair of very warm gauntlets, lined with vicuiia,
and a most voltdinous Bay State shawl. These
preparations for the wintry journey had not been
made without fitting domestic advisement.
At length the appointed day arrived, and clad
in all these habiliments, which had the effect of
duplicating my apparent diameter" to the
naked eye, I took my seat in the car for Albany.
A few moments only elapsed, before' I perceived
.1 . .1 . . e r i . p A.i
i oat me atmospoere was lar iroui oeing 01 mat
boreal severity, which I had taken for granted,
when in the chill of the early morning, I bad
hurried on my ample stock of garments, ordi
nary and extraordinary. On the contrary it
was, for the middle of December, a moderate
day out-doors; the weather, mingled snow and
rain, settling down into the Litter. Within the
car, to take off the chill, we had an iron stove
kept for the greater part of the time near a red
beat. I Boon felt more as if I was already in
the tropics, than upon a journey, in the direc
tion of Canada. Before long I was obliged to
commence the operation of laying aside one
article after another ; first the India-rubber over
shoes which were parboiling my feet, then the
warm vicuna gloves, then the splendid sea-otter
tippet, then the ample folds of the Bay State
hawl, then the lined and wadded cloak, very
xnech as the grave-digger in Hamlet divests him
self of the traditionary score of jackets. I would
gladly have got rid of the pilot-cloth overalls,
ut as I had only half a seat in a crowded car
for a dressing room, I did not attempt that criti
cal operation. When I had thrown off the last
article of extra clothing, which could conve
niently be laid aside, I was a little disconcerted
at the indifferent success of my experfetent in
dressing for the season.
In other rejects. I made the journey to Al
bany most comfortably, especially after the
youth, who sells what he calls " meggyzines,"
nad passed through the car with the New York
Ledger, without which the traveler might as
well star at home; and with which, he that
stays at home has about as fair a' chance to im-
rove his mind, as those that travel. This coin
ortable condition was further owing, in no
small degree, to a liberal supply of Bandwiches,
Ere pared by neat and thoughtful hands before I
(ft home, and carefully st wed in my traveling
bag. I am surprised to see how few travelers
avail themselves of this resource, on a journey,
on which, if there is nominally a place for din
ing, you are nearly sure to arrive at an unusual
anl inconvenient time, whereas you take your
sandwiches at your accustomed hour, or just as
you want them. For instance if, in pacing East
or West, you leave your seat in the car to dine
at Springfield, in Massachusetts, you find indeed
a very good dinner prepared at theMa&Kisoit. for
whin vnn urn allaaVMi (wntr minntpfl Tho
operations of placing your shawl and lwg care- j
fully in your seat by way of retainer, of finding !
your way into the bouse, of washing and bruKh
ing, occupy the first five minutes of the time.
The fear of being left Iehind makes you hurry
from the table five minutes before the time is up.
In the remaining ten minutes you bolt your din
ner, pay your seventy-five cents, and returning
to the car. find that your shawl and traveling tnig
have been piled into another seat bv a lady and
gentleman (?) who have in your absence helped
themselves to yours. The sandwiches, on the
contrary, as I nave said, can be taken when you
please and eaten leisurely, which your doctor will
tell you is the best sauce to your dinner. Be
sides this, they will not cost you, at the outside,
over fifteen cents, so that you have made a com
fortable meal and saved sixty cents.
Having helped you to save this handsome sum,
I ought to tell you how to invest it to advantage.
Ten cents of it you will want, to pay the boy
who takes your valise to the hotel in Albany.
With the remaining half dollar, I should advise
you to pay the first three months of your sub
scription to some valuable weekly paper! There
are several such published in different cities of
the Lnion, and delicacy forbids a more particular
indication of that, to which I think your prefer
ence will no doubt be given. - If you tell me, as
you probably will, that you are already a sub
scriber to the New i ork Ledger," the next
most desirable investment for your half a dollar
which occurs to me is, to contribute it to the
fund for the purchase of Mount Vernon. If, as
is quite likely, you have already done this, then
zire it to that half clad, wretched looking crea
ture in the corner of the car. holding wrapped up
in her threadbare shawl, a famished, blue-lipped
child, that does not look as if it bad had a com
fortable meal for a week ; and it would not lie
amiss if you handed them, at the same time, the
remainder of the sandwiches. I hey have already
been devouring them with their hollow,1 vacant,
hungry eyes. There, my friend, does not that
unearthly smile repay you ; have you not laid out
your fifty cent piece a hundred fold better, than
if you bad paid it for a half masticated ideal and
a dyspeptic afternoon?
But we shall never get to our journey's end,
if we loiter so by the way. Let us then strain
up the Becket bills as fast as we can, dash down
to Pittsfield and so on to States Line and the
Hudson,' till we get to Albany, somewhat weary
and a little bit dreary, just before dark. This
traveling alone in the winter, of a rainy day, is
not the most genial thing in the world. At the
Delavant however, we shall get a -nice comforta
ble tea. a room, a fire, a chance to write a letter
borne, to let 'them know we are safe thus far,
TJOSBiblT a nap. and all for a dollar and three
auarters : and at half past eleven o'clock at nigh t.
not a littla refreshed, in pursuance of our friend's
advice abovementioneu, we take the sleeping car
for Syracuse. : 1 - -' r
--This aUtfing car is a great step forward in the
march of civilization. It enables you to travel
and on to bed at the same time. You lie down
quietly to repose in your berth, and all the time
C.dash along at the rate of twenty-five miles an
r. J '6oiasfroui Albany to Syracuse I paid for
tkia novel luxury one dollar,- in addition to the
fare; returning from Syracuse to Albany four
days later, I pud fifty cents. I suppose the first
time, that I forgot to tall the conductor that I
was goic only half the way to BuZdo, and that
lie torrot so atz me now tax i wae going, aui
Low. I raid tav dollar M nrcz:'.z- miL?
Tta next time, however, 1 -U fe3 hua r r
l act going. -
The berths, at least the lower berths, ca t a
wiich I took, are mada up with no 11
'ine scs-aa tzxa on wrnca you a j- - rf
at fdl Uzi, trt no too hard, aid you hare
two good rubber pillows, and two very substan
tial shawls by way of bed-clothing ; altogether as
comfortable a night's arrangement, as can be
expected by a man, who is shooting all the while
through the valley of the Mohawk, at the rate of
twenty or thirty miles an hour. I really fancied
I had 'reached the perfection of midnight travel
ing; if perfection can be predicated of that,
which at best is but a mitigated discomfort :
" oot so sound, dot hmlf so derp!y tweet,
Aa he whose brow, with homely biggin bound.
Snores out tb watch of night."
But the philosophical Latin poet tells us, that
something bitter bubbles up from the very foun
tain of pleasure. I had scarcely composed my
self not to sleep but to the delightful dreamy
doze which precedes it, in which, escaped from
thought, you have just consciousness enough left
to know that you are conscious of nothing was
just sinking into a state, in which I ani sure I
could not have said the first line of the multipli
cation table, nor returned thanks for a compli
mentary toast at a public dinner, when the door
of the car opened, and two gentlemen bounded
cheerily in, took their seats at the stove, (my
berth was next to the tstove,) apd engaged in
loud, animated, earnest conversation ! The first
hearty burst of question and reply went off like
a pistol, and summoned me back from the misty
precincts of dream land ; thought resumed her
importunate sway; and a perplexed impression
succeeded, that either on their part or on mine,
the rfght man was not in the right place. For a
moment I was lost in doubt, whether somebody
or other was not unseasonably loquacious, or I
: myself unseasonably drowsy. In fact I was not
quite sure of my personal identity. I felt some
what as llodge did, wheu be awoke and found
himself in his wagon, from which some rogue
had stolen his cattle while he felept. " If I am
not Hodge," quoth he, " I have found a capital
wagon ; if 1 am Hodge, I have lost a first rate
yoke of oxen.'
Iretty soon, however, I fuund out that I was
Hodge ; that the sleep on which I had calculated
bo confidently was in a fair way to be stolen ;
moreover that 1 had a long journey before me ;
that I was to speak at Canandaigua in the even
ing, and was likely to be a good deal the worse
for wear. Accordingly, alter waiting a while
for the river to run dry, I raised myself, with the
most wo-begone look 1 could assume, (and it re
quired no effort to assume it,) looked over the
end of my berth, and told my convcrsible neigh
bors that I was very weary, and wanted sadly to
go to sleep, but that I could not possibly do so,
if they continued to talk with each other. The
gentleman nearest me answered with the utmost
politeness, that they were not aware there was a
person in the next berth who wished to sleep,
and that they would cease to disturb me. For .
what other object than going to Bleep, the worthy
gentleman supposed I shoud be picked away at
midnight, in the lower berth of a sleeping car,
between Albany and Syracuse, in the middle of
the nineteenth century, he did not intimate, nor
have I been able to conceive. Satisfied, however,
with his courteous and encouraging assurance, I
sank back ; the gentleman drew up the screen
that separated us six inches higher, and, appar
ently ender the impression that sound like water
would not rise above its source, resumed with hid
companion their conversation as before !
This was a state of things to put one's philo
sophy, even if he had leen wide awake, to the
proof. The conductor presently passed along,
and I made my appeal to him. I expostulated,
I argued, I s-iught to move. I really think on
this occasion I w:is eloquent. I pleaded for the
imprescriptible right of every human being to a
night's sleep, once in the twenty-four hours. I
put it on the ground of contract ; I had paid my
dollar for a lerth in a sleeping car. Had I
known that I had paid double price, I could
have put that point more forcibly. I threw my
self on his sense of duty as a conductor ; on his
feelings as a man. I had traveled since eight
o'clock,' A. M.; and expected to travel till half
past ten the next day, before I reached my des
tination. I was tired ; in a word, I was sleepy ;
and I stood, or rather, at the moment I lay, upon
mv right to go to sleep. I had half a mind to
tell him, that, as he had caused the words
sleeping car" to-be printed on the outfide, and
had taken my mowr for a berth, I could bring
assumpsit against him. if he did not adopt all
reasonable measures to let me go to sleep.
The conductor was evidently not only con
vinced but moved. He admitted the soundness
of my argument; it was plain that he felt the
force of my appeal ; but, when I begged him to
interpose and oblige the talkative gentlemen to
cease their conversation, his countenance fell,
and leaning towards me he said, in a low voice,
by way of excuse for not interfering, that " he
knew they ought not to talk, but one was a high
officer of the New-York Central Railroad, (and
he named the office, but I shall not,) and the
other was a great President of a Railroad out
West. He uttered the words with solemnity,
adding for my consolation, that " the Officer of
the New York Central would get out at Schenec
tady." This was all the satisfaction I got by my
first appeal ; of a c-cond and a third he took no
notice as he pawwd by. He probably supposed I
was beside myself, to think of stopping the con
versation of a high functionary of the Central
with the " great President" of some other road.
But the longest hour has an end ; we reached
Schenectady ; the officer of the New York Cen
tral got out ; and the 44 great President," like
other great Presidents, leaving his seat, retreat
ed to obscurity, in the rear of the car. As he
passed me toward his berth. I murmured to mj
self retpuescat in pace, meaning only (I am of a
very forgiving make) may he get a good nap."
With this benediction, I dismissed the great
President (who, like the great Macbeth, had
44 murdered sleep,") to that rest of which he had
deprived me. For the rest of the way silence re
Bnmed her solitary reign, and I slept till we
Here an awkward space of two hours, and a
very coriaceous licef-steak, (partaken with the
brakemen who were to go out at seven,) inter
vened before we started for Canandaigua. On
the way to Auburn, the car in which I was,
broke down ; but without causing any disaster or
more than a few moments' delay. I arrived in
safety at my destination in Canandaigua, and
found myself at home under the hospitable roof
of my friend Mr. Granger.
With this region, especially with Canandaigua,
I have some domestic an n-iations by means of a
connection with the family of Hon. Nathaniel
Gorham of Charlestown, Massachusetts, who was
associated with Oliver Phelps in the vast land
purchase which bears their joint names. Judge
Gorham was a man of eminence ; he presided one
year in the Congress of the old confederation ;
and in the Convention for forming the Constitu
tion of the United States, he was called to the
Chair by (Jen. Washington every day for three
months. In connection with Mr. Phelps, shortly
after the revolutionary war, he purchased of the
State of Massachusetts, which claimed, in virtue
of a compromise with New York, a pre-emptive
right in the property of the soil, a tract of six
millions of acres, in the Genessee Country, as it
was called, for a few cents the acre ; a magnifi
cent speculation on paper ; but, like many other
magnificent paper speculations, ending in vexa
tion and disappointment ; and yielding, I believe,
nothing but very moderate results to the bold and
sagacious adventurers. But the country at that
time was unsettled, tho Indian title not extin
guished, the property in the soil in one State,
the jurisdiction over the territory in another,
the Federal Constitution not framed, and no
efficient common tribunal existing to settle con
troversies. Under these circumstances Messrs.
Gorham and Phel were obliged eventually to
abandon the greater part of their princely pur
chase. But though I have hardly got to the beginning
of my 14 Incursion,' I have reached tho end of
my paper, and I must tell the rest of the story
A Newspaper Editor. A newspaper editor must,
like the poet, be born to bis calling, as, in the ma-'
joritj of instances, no amount of training will fit a
person for such a post, unless be hare a natural taste
and aptitude for that description of literary labor;
tur, although many persons are able to write " lead
ers," or literary articles, for a newspaper,1 few
can be entrusted with its editorial control, few can
scent out the libel which lurks in almost every com
munication, few can distinguish the report intended
to please the speaker instead of informing the nation,
and the letters written to serve private interests in
stead of public ends; still fewer who can tell . at a
glance the kind of literary or political material which
will promote the circulation of the journal in fact,
a good editor's great difficulty is not as to what he
should pqt in, but what he should keep out of bis
etlamna. ' Buocessful editoni have not been great aw-
ti,or, but men of good common sense, aud their good
c: 3 n pease has taught them write but little
tic-:- t-t to read, select', alter, and
of otherav. ; aider a Jour
f 0 HbalfEint.
Oilman tf fc
LAHAINA, S. I.
GILHI AN & Co.
i in tow jtacsmso thi
STO XX. JEZ JS
- t r a '
WHICH THE! OFFER FOR SALE CN AS FAVORABLE
TERMS AS ANT ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars,
Selected for whale bcmU, 14, 18, 17 and 18 fcet.
"' Yellow metal.
Sheet lead.marlin spikes.
Copper and Iron tackle, Copper and Iron crew,
Brass and iron chest locks,
Door lucks, frimleta, cotnpasees,
Knives ami forks.
A large assortment of Ship ChaasUerr
Fresh Groceries, Provisions, lloUtfng,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes,
American, Californian and Hawaiian Flour,
New Bedford Bread, in short cask;
Kice, assorted Crackers;
American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beef, waksiXted;
American Meat and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Hams.
No. 1 brown sugar. Crushed sugar.
No. '1 brown sugar, Loaf suiptr.
Syrup, Boxes salt,
Mobuses, Bbls vinegar.
Chests tea, Boxe raisins.
Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
gpUt peas, CotToe,
Assorted spices, &c
Boiled Unseed oil. Spirits turpentine,
Extra white leatl. Black iint.
Pure white lead, Pntty, chalk,
Prussian Wue, BbU coal tar.
Chrome yellow, Paint brushes,
' Chrome green, Pencil brushes,
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis St Bros fresh Preserved Meats
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton.
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken,
Clams, com, beets, ass'd pickles,
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups,
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Boot nasi Shoea.
Thick sea boots, calf sewed boots,
Kip brofraus, buff brojrans,
Heavy bropans, boys brogans,
An assortment of ladies' and
m chilil r en' shoes.
An assortment of New Bedford made Slop
Clothing; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing.
A lot of the celelwtited Topple Irons, Boat's Ruff, Row Locks,
and Uan"ons. from Durtee ft Co. and Dean
& lrifc'gs, of New BeUfor .
New Bedford made Towline, Manila Cordage,
Hemp Cordage, Battling stufT,
119-tf Spunyarn, Oakum.
To (be Owner, asil Persona iatereated in
Byrons Bay, Hilo, Hawaii.
r1IIE SUBSCRIBE! WOULD HEREBY
M. pive notice to his friends, the seafaring community in pen
era!, and particularly to the .Master and Owners of Whaleships,
that he has for the present relinquished the Idea of closing out
Lis business interest at this port, as advertised, and that he will
vtrfUinue the same at his old stand.
It is the present intention or the subscriber to import his goods
direct from the Kuslern States and California, when be will be
prepared to sell all kinds of ship chandlery, naval stores, provi
sions, groceries, slop clothing, boots, shoes, and all and every
article required by ships, at as cheap rates as can be procured at
any of the ports on these islands.
Money will be advanced as cheap and upon as liberal terms
as it can be procured elsewhere, ami the su'ttcriher trusts that
nothing will be wanting on his part to reuder Hilo as desirable
a port for general recruiting purposes, as all parties could reas
onably expect. B. PITMAN.
P. 3. It is the subscriber's present intention to have one or
more shis, for the freighting of Od and Bone for the l-'nitcd
States, for the Fall of 1859, which freights will be fcikeu at as
cheap rates as shall rule at other ports on these islands.
lia-in B. P.
Whalesliips in (he Pacific Ocean.
Orncs; or thk Pajcama Rail-Rcad Comfast,
Nkw York. July 20, 1867. I
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of informing those interested in the Whaling bust
ness, of tins advauUn-s oflerid by the Railroad
acmes the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacitic to the United Slates, a.ud fur sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful oration for
more than two years, and its rapacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, &c,
has been fully tested. The attention of tevend CataiiiS of
whaleshi has recently- been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during Uie present season,
aud the Panama Rail-Road Company has made suTangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Parr, 450 feet long, has
been Luilt in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes Imm lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alontrsbUi of vessels at Ain
walL Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons cau lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Apinwall are fist-sailing brigs, 1
longing to the Rail-Koad Cmiany, and the Company is pro.
ared t receive oil at Panama and deliver it in New York,
under tbroagh BI!U of Lotriinjc at .the rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, aod eight cent per gal
loo if received in the harbor fnan ship's tackles, charving for
the capacity of tlie casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, on and one-half cents per ound. This charge
covers every exense from Panama to New York, In case
the oil is seut through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
The vessels of tlie Couiany sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to aud from Aspinwall are anoui twenty io
twenty -five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest Uaa.
Oil or other coods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to V illinui
Xelaoa. Commercial Agent of the Coniauy at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has baen appointed Agent at Hono
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is iirepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers. .
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
) FrkPRKIC L. Haxes,
Agent Panama R. R. Co.. Honolulu S. I. o4 l ira
Sails Standing Ri'in-, Chain Ca
bles, Whalini; Gear, Sit,
FOR SALE LOW, BV THE UNDER
signed : Topsails, courses, topgallant yards, royals,
Spanker, gaff topsail, spencer, new aud nearly new.
Two gang, nearly new, standing rigping.
Topmast, back and head stays, toail runners ami lifts. -Jib
stay, etc The above suitable for a ship of 260 to 450 tons.
Two 11 inch chain cables, two 11 Inch chain cables.
Iron strapped cutting-in blocks, with chain pendants.
j Capper cooler, try pot, ladles aud skimmer, lances, gaffs.
n hale line, cutting falls, assortment of blocks, patent and bushed,
Charts of different parts of the world, compasses, boot lanterns,
Signal lanterns, chain tupdad sheets, fluke ard fin chains,
latt-tf . B. F. SNOW.
OF WHALESIIirS AD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior uuality can be had at Koloa at
I (5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cent per lb ; sheep, at $3 per head;
and goats at f 1 60 head. Also at the portof llanalei, wood and
beef can be had at the same rate. The Harbor of llatutlel is on
the North West side of Uie island, and has safe and good an
chorage in from 0 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may
also be Had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruivS
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
named ;rU. .
XJ" Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tO GEORGE CHARMAN.
To Whalemen !
GW. MACV would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy at
Law, at Uie established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies,at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will he found at all times good supply
of Beef Mattaa. Prk. Pwallry, and also the cele
b rated KAWAIHAE POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, and in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
old by me will be warranted to keep In any climate.
iCT No charge made on iiiter-islaml exchange.
UA1 U. W. MACY.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AT KEAL.A-
kekua Bay, Hawaii, ia prepared to furnish Ships with
Salt and Fresh Beef, - Sheep, Goats, Poultry. Irish and
Sweet Potatoes, etc, etc, equal to any on the Sandwich Islands.
: wiuij am jnaaaua.
Eealakekua, Oct. 1858. 121-6ra
BRAND'S WHALING GUNS.
-f7OR. SALE BT THE UNUERSIGNEI'
f Three Brand's Whaling Guns, with Bomb Lances.'
136-tf. B. F. SNOW.
WHALING GUNS AND' BOMBS.
BRAND'S CELEBRATED WHALING
Guns and Bomb tncea, large and small sixes, universally
acknowledged to be the most superior articles of the kind in use.
ia4-tf For sale by P. 8. WILCOX.
OA BBLS. CHINOOK SALMON. FROM
OU the Colombia River, Just received ex bark "Adelaida."
. ' This is the fin lot of real Chinook Baboon that has been for
sale in Uoneluia lor over two years. Weight and quality guar
anteed. (140-tf C A. a IL. V. POOR.
NEW OIL SIIOOKS, WHALE BOATS,
THOR SALE BT THE UNDERSBBNED
f new Whale Boats,
1900 bbls New Bedford Oil Casks, In shook.
136-tt B. r. SNOW.
PITCH AND TAR.
B A RRELS of each, just arrived per clipper ship
"Syren," For sale by
CHAS. BREWER 2d.
' MANILA CORDAGE
assorted sixes, made to order. Just re-
per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by -
Cni& BluWR, ZD.
IIEUP SHROUDING. ' . . i
INCH TO T 1-3 INCH SnROCDIKG
O For sate by . ' D. C. WATEjLMAN at CO.
Whaled cufsin in Nohh
addressed to the Publisher, will
Voyage, r ,
A moor, bk
1866 N B
1867 F 11
1867 N L
1K.-.7 N R
1868 Rusan ;Uome
1866 N U
1856 F II
1857 F H
1867 N L
1866 N B
1850 F II
lH57 E.lt.-ar A Z
1857,8 U--UV Z
1A8 N B
U85d War'n Califo
1101 700 ,
130) UOO .
sou! 700 ,
1856 N L .Califo
1857 Hono I
1856 War'n Och'k
1856 War'n Och'k
i ASM N I. Kod'k
Carol i tie
C. W. Morgan
1858 N B .Home.
1858 N H I
1858 N B Home
1858 N B ;lIome
1SMN B I
250 850 .
ao 600 .
20 1580 .
300'' 676 .
1857 Grnpt JV Z
1856 N B N Z
1456 N B jOch'k
1856 Havre Arctic
1856 Edgar j
1857 N B i
1H56N o Och'k
1856 Slngtn Och'k
1856 1 u ,ucu-k
1858 N B
1858 N B
,1858 N B
j!85S N B
230 1730 ...
1S5M N B
1858 N B
1856 N B 'Och'k
1001 50 ,
1857 N L Och'k
1356 N L :Uch'k
1857 War'n Och'k
'1S56N L (Califo
K. L. Frost, sch
K. F. Mason
1S58 NanVt Home
11859 Hono i
1857 N B
1857 N B I
. t I
1850 N B
1857 N B
1857 F 11
1857 N B .Marls
1857 N B
300 430 80
1856 N B
1S57 F II
1856 N It
11858 F II
1856 N It
11856 N B
60 14501 25
F. Henrietta bk
taut v n i iv 7
!1858 F II Home
1856 Havre Tahiti
I1858N L i
'1857 N II i
185S Wstpt Home
11857 N L Line
1857 N B '.If Z
'1857 N B I ,
100 I 100
1857 N B
11857 N B
1858 N B Home
11856 N B
1853 N B
J1857 F II
'1857 N B.
1856 Falm ..
1856 N L Kod'k
Java 2d, bark
Jireh Swift, bk
1858 S B
1855 N II
1857 N U
1858 N B
1856 N It
1857 N B
1858 X 11
1857 N B
1858 II olio
1858 N B
1858 N B
1858 N B
J. P. West
iET" -Misters of Sparm Whalers are requested to forward full reports of their vessels to the Publisher of this List. Letters addressed to him and left at Monganui, IN. Z.; TaH
Chile; Tahiti, Soc. Islands; Hongkong ; Hakodadi, Japan, and other rrts, will rje fonvarded by first conveyance. J
, . Amount
j B ou board.
N B '56 1000 250 On ofT shore ground
Nan '65 1000 . . . . ' Dec 14, sltl from Mngonui to cruise
F R '57 610 50 Sailed from laita June 16, 1858
Nan "55 1000 On New Zealand Jan 10
N B '57 310 ... . Sld from Valwrauio
N B '5d 600 ,
Nan '55 COO ,
N B '56 1150 ,
, CruUing on off-shore
..'At I'aita Nov, 1858
.. At Talcaliuauo Jan 21
. . bailed from I'aita, Sept, 1S53
I Marshall, !
W F '56 6O0 .
Belle, bk, ; Brown
Ben. Cumm'gn Jenkins,
F H '57 30C
.. Arrived at Hilo Nov
.. July, 1858, off Faita
Dart '5 1200 .
N B '57 CO 40 At Pnita Oct, 1S5S
N B '571 50i .... Last report on New Zealand Jan IJ
Brit, '56! 280 .... Sailed fnmi I'aita J une 28
N B '56' 500 Sept, 1858, at Tombes
Nan '55 1600, 200 Sailed Oct, 1858, fin
F H '55
750 .... Off I'aita , ov, loi
120 16 At Paita, Oct, 1358
4o0 140 Off-shore ground
120 .... Cruising ou off-shore
280 .... Cruising tm off-shore
300 .... Sailed fin Talca. April
It row n,
N B '57'
N B '50
N B '56
N B , 55i 800 .... Last report at New
30 Dec, 185S, off and on
. . . .'Arr at Honolulu, Oct
60 Oct. 1858. off I'aita
N B '56
F H '56
K. L.B. Jenny
. . . . jj uly 25, 5 whales;
250 At Talcahuano, Dec
....! At Mongonui, Dec
. . . . Sailed from Tahiti
...,At Tahiti July 20
K. A. Luce,
N B '65 1300
Dart '55 500
N B '55 COO
E. C. Cowdin,
...June 10, at Paita
20 Cmising on off-sliore
NEW GOODS TO ARRIVE ! !
AND DAILY EXPECTED AT
John T. Waterliouse's
WHOLESALE AND RFrAIL FIREPROOF
UPWARDS OP 100.000 YARDS SUPE
rior English Prints and Muslin, consisting of
Pink and yellow, lilac and red, canary and red.
Riding dress prints, purple, black, chocolate and red, . .
Orange and green, two blues,
Also, small pattern prints, and a splendid assortment of BRTL
LIANTS, many of the patterns of which are entirely new. .
. , Bales scarlet blankets,
Dales blue - do.
Bales white heavy blankets,
Bales heavy denims,
. - Cases blue sheeting,
Cases brogana, -English
saddles and bridles,
American saddles and bridle.
Cases charcoal irons,
Cases figured bine and black alpacca.
Cases plain blue aod black merino,
Bales brown sheetng,
Bales bleached sheeting, .
100 half barrels crushed sugar,
200 boxes Winchester's 8. W. soap.
With a splendid assortment of other goods, which will be adver
. -cued npon arrival.
J. T. ft, respect ft Jy invites' orders from Country Storekeepers.
Apply u JOHN THOMAS WATERHOU8B.
f Imporium,' ilooolulu, March 16, 1859. 142-tf
HOOP I ROW.
BUNDLESaew BEDFORD HOOP IRON,
Kegt RivetSiujt nodved per clipper ship " Syren,"
For sale by -m-UV
. y CHAS. BREWER Id.
TTAVr, PIWT AND MEDItTM BREAD.
IN la cask! and bbkfor aateby -.'
133 tf , D. C. WATERMAN L CO.
o. Sou Pacific, no. "f
always be acceptable. Merchant or whaleships arrmng on
Arr at Lahaina Feb 22? U March 7, northward
. . . ' . . . .
Arr at Lahaiiia April t
ArrTiarchlO, ski March 18, to cruise
. mm.. aJB. -.
Arr at .u u v - o-.v
0 Arr at iionotum aiarn t och'k
. Arr at Uoo March 14,lean; ld March S for ocn it
Spoken Jan 2, on N , wuatea .
Sid Feb 19, to cruise . 1
Arr at muo reo 3, T,T, north
Arr Lab March 1, 1 wn, sea., , r y":
Arr at Lah Feb 23, uthng, seaaoui sld eb 26, Ochottk
hrr t iiormiuiu Marcn 56U
Sld from Hon Dee , to cruise
Arr at Hilo March 18; Shi April a, tio.lu
i" at Honolulu March 1; sld March 26 for Kodiack
Arr at Hon March 20; ski March 26, northward
u... inwi . .1,1 Anrfl a for Ocbotsk '
Wrecked Dee 20 in St Barthokanew's Bay
Ski Dec 2 for Guam and Ocbotsk
Sld Dee 18 tat Japan and Ochotsk
. ... .
Sld Sent 24 for It Z
Ski Jan 10, to cruite .
Arr at HUa March 20
Arr at HDo March 16, sld March 26 for Ochotck
Arr at Honolulu aiarcn vo; i aiatvu -
At Mangonui Jan 12, for new masts
Arr Hon March 7? sld If or 18 for Kodiack
4.t M.n On 91. mithinir season: sld March o voa
DM J.n 4 tnmiia- west and Ochotsk
Sld from Honolulu for If Z Sept 1 .
. H a A.1 ..AW
Arr at uui Marcn us sia .'larcn i. uottu
Ochotsk, reported in Sept, 600; gone to Japan . j
Spoken in Dec, 1 humpback .
Sld Feb io, to cruise
Md Dec o, to cruise
Arr at Lah March 19, 6 mos out
Arr at Hon March 17, to repair; sld Apr 9 for Ochotsk
t n;ii forph 2. aid from Hon March 9. Ochotsk
Arr at Hon March 2; sld April 8 for Kodiack
Sld TV or 20. to cruise
Arr at nm March 13
Sld Jan 1 for Hakodadi and Ocbotsk
Sld Jan II to cruise westward
All Wnv'HA rrntn llnnoluln
Sld A'ov 24 to cruise westward
Arr at Hon March 21; ld April 8 for ucnotsa
At Hilo March 19
Sld April 2 for Ochotsk
Spoken Dec 15, nothing
Touched at Fanniug's Island Jan 17, clean
Sld Jan 3 to cruise west and Ochotsk
Sld from Honolulu Dec 14, to cruise
Arr at Lshataa March 16; sul zoin ior ivouiacn
Sld Feb 1'i to cruise
krrat I ..I. Mon'h 11
Arr at Honolulu March 27; sld March 30 for Kod
Jan 22, on Califoruta coast, 250 bout
Sld from Honolulu March 23 for Ochotsk
Arr at Hon March 16
Arr at Lah Mar 13; sld Mar 22, Ochotsk
Arr at UilojMarch 12; sld March 20, north
Spoken Dec 25 on If Z, 6 whales
At Mangonui Jan 14
LI a r.;l Q niiitatr
Arr at Honolulu March 31; sld same day for Ochotsk
SlU ec &t io cruise wesiwaru
340 3000 Arr at Honolulu Feb 27; sld March 26 for Ochotsk .
Arr at Honolulu April 1; sld for Kodiack April 2
.jcleanj Arr at Lahaiua March 14; sld March 26 for Kodiixk
. ISM Ort SI for If Z
450! 4000 Arr at Lahaina March 2G: sld April 9 for Kodiack
Arr at Hon March 12, notluug; sld same day lor rvou K
S)oken Dec 4, nothing; bound to Uuaheine
rjv Arr nt Honolulu March IS: sld Anril 6 for Kodiack
400 ld from Honolulu April 1 for Kodiack i
Reported at Auuliiva, no date, 3 whales
Sld Aov 20 to cruise westward j
At Talcahuano Feb 9, 450 wh season
. clean Arr at Lali Mrch 19, 6 mos out; sld March 29, north
Sld A'ov 11. to cruise
Sld A'ov 30, to cruise
Sld March 11 northward ; nothing season
Arr at Honolulu Oct 31; sld March 29 for Ochotsk
Arr at Honolulu March 30; sld same day for north
On Cal coast Sept 7, 2 whales
SHken March 5 on on-shore ground
Sld Aov 4 for coast of Peru
Arr at Lnh March 14; sld 20th, north
Arr at Lahaina March 16; Sld March 22, north
Arr at Hon Feb 10; sld April 9 forOchotsh
Lahaina, March 7; sld March 20 northward
Sld Dec 20, to cruise
Spoken, A Z, Dec 1, clean
Arr at Hilo March 10; sld March 21 for Ochotsk
Arr at Hon April 7; sld same day for Kod and Arctic,
' . . . . clean
Arr at Lab March 19; sltl March 23. nortn
Arr at Hon March 8; sld March 9 for Kodiack
Honolulu, March 18; sld same day northward
Sld Oct 5 for N Z
did Nov 20. to cruise; at Rorotohga, bnd home
At Mangonui; sld Dec 29, cruise west and Ochotsk
Arr at Hon April 7; sld 9th for Kodiack and Arctic
Arr at Lah March 15; sld from Hon April 9, Ochotsk
Arr at Honolulu March 18
Arr at Lah March 15; sld from Hon Mar 19, for Kod'k
Arr at Hilo March 13; sld March 28 for Ochotsk
... 600 ,
PACIFIC S PER 171 WHALERS5 LIST 185 9.
Captain. , j
! ' & j sp.
Gazelle, Baker, N B '57 i 60,. ...
lien. Scott, Daggett, F II '55 1200 ....
Ureyliouud.bk Cathcart. W V '57 350!
Uolcomla, liowlaud , N B 56 2500!
Sept, 1S58, to cruise
Henry Taber, Kwer,
Nan '56 700 ..
N B '67 i 360;..
N B '56 3o0l 70
N H '56 1000
N B'56, 600
N B '57 1450i
3; sld Dec 21
N B'56 1050!
Russell, N B'58
Starbuck, Nau '56,
J. A. P:rker,
Ranisdell, Nan '55
Callao to cruise
Sui li van,
! I I
N B '56
N B '57
N B ,'56
i ! I
10, to cruise
j , Jos. ISragdou, liales.
Matilda Sears, M ing,
Mary Wilder, Barker,
Mermaid, bk, Howe,
Morning Star, Norton,
Minerva 2d, Swain,
at P.iita !
20; sl'd Nov 18, cruise'
55 1250 .
66 850 .
last on Japan
Nautilus, Swain, !N B
j Nantucket, iib', Nan
I Narragansett, 'Gardner, Nan
j Niger, Jernegan, N B
1 Norman, Ray, Nan
ground, Dec, 1 858
Fresh Groceries, Fresh Groceries
INK OOLONG TEA. Jumbles
Fiue Congou tea.
Fine green tea.
Light lrown sugar,
Boston sugar cured hams,
Fresh lard in tins,
Fresh htrd in kegs
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Fresh dried apples,
Fresh Carolina rice
Fresh corn meal,
Fresh Hawaiian flour,
Fresh split peas.
Fresh corn starch,
Assorted candied peel,
Brown's extract of ginger,
Assorted Knglish biscuits.
Fresh peaches, '
Fresh quinces, '
Red currant jelly,
English green peas,
French do do.
Fresh oysters. 1 and 2B Una,
Fresh lobsters, do do.
Fresh sausage, do do,
Fresh green corn, 1 and 2Ht tins
Fresh cream tartar,
Fresh earn, soda.
Half boxes sardinea,
Quarter boxes sardines,
Crosse Jr. Blackwell's pickles,
Salt water soan.
For sale bv R. SA VITXiR.
N. B. Fresh ground Kona Coffee. 134tf
Bread. Bread. Bread!
FOUR LOAVES MORE FOR THE DOLLAR
ROBERT LOVE, BAKER, CONFECTION.
KR, fcc, begs leave to inform his friends and the public
generally, that he intends, on and after Monday. Feb. 7, to give
20 Isjsitc r (be racag Bread far Oae Dal lar t
He likewise manufactures to order, and will keep constantly on
hand, fancy cakes and confectionary cf all kinds, which he wUl
sell at most reasonable prices.
N. B. Ship Bread constant! on hand and made to order, at
the shortest notice. lStWm
CHINA WHITE MATTING.
HW?JU.NP:R.?IGNEI "AVE JCST EG
JA eeived froca Has Francisco, prr Ad laid a," a lew roils or
China White Matting, yard wide, good ouality, price reasonable.
, We lcteo4 to keep a supply of the above article constantly on
hand hereafter. 1401 C..A. H. W. POOR. "
Russell 1868JN B
L C Richmond
Perkins 18571N L
ir.,i.,l llfl.-ifi V H
, ttii.ii. . . - -
Jernegan 2d,1857;N B
1857 N B
1856! N B
1868 !N B
Mary k Susan
1857 IF II
1856 N B
1857 IN B
1857 N B
Midas - '
1856 N B I
M unlock .
1857 N L
1868! N L
1857N B .
11855 F II
1856: N B
1857! EJ gar
0cm ul gee
1858 N B
-1858 N B
(1855 N B
1868 N B
1857 F II
1857, N B
1858 N B
Steen 1S57N B
Long (1858 N L
DaneUberg 11857 Hono
Diinmick 11855 N B
HemDStead il858 N B
Corey 1855 N B
11867, N U If Z
I806 N B
!l856 N B
H857 N L
.1855 N B
il857 N B
1856 N B K Z
J C Pease
,1857 N B
:i857 N B Califo
,1856 N B
1856 F H I
(1858 F H Home
!l857 F II 'A' Z
1856 C S Och'k
.7 N B Och'k
11856 F H
11856 N B
!l857 N B
j 120 2000
Marnu 300) 900
;1856Stngtnj i 351750
1856 Jl li califo I 20100
".857Kussn '....I 600
1857 N B
1857 S II
1857 Hono ....
Ville de Rennes
1900 uavre ....
Wm. k Henry
W C Nye
Wm GifTord, bk
i858 IA Z
Last reort at New Zealand
Cruisinir ou off-shore ground
Sept, 1S0S, off Paita
Osprey, bk, "
150 At I'aita Nov, 1Sj8
Jan, 1853, reported off Paita
An at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov 1
Oct, 1858, at PaiU
,mei Captain. 5 s- " 1 1 - """"Hi,
Is 8piWh SptWhlBooe.
Peru, bk, Easton,
Ph. de la Noye Gardner,
Off Paitti Sept, 1858
20 New Zeiiland, Jan 6
Sea Shell, bk,
. At Talcahuano, Jan 25
, . . . At Chiucha Islands
250 Aug, 1858, at Tnlcahuano
. . . . Cruising on off shore ground
, . . . Last at New Zealand
.....Cruising on the Line
25 May 29, at PaiU
20 Sept 6, off and on at I'aita
. . . . March, at Paita, clean
50 J une, 1853, at Tombes
. . .'April 12, at Bay of Islands
220 Off Paita June, 1858
Cn. States, bk Woodw'd
At I'aita et 7
'March, 1858, sailed from Talcahuano.
April, sailed froni Talcahuano
Arr ut Honolulu Oct 3 ; sl'd Nov 10
'May, 1858, at Paita
Valaraiso, bk Tilton, -Virginia,
un ae Zealand ground
'55 Oj 100 May, 1858, off Paita
55 850,.... 'May 21 at Pail
55 400 .... Last on New Zealand
'56 700 ....lApri 1858, at Talcahuano
55 COO ... .1 Arr at Lthaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov 1
Wm. 4 Eliza, .Crocker,
Young Hector, Hagcr,
. C. WATEIUIAW fc Co.
Offer for Sale :
BBLS. R1TR A 'MBT'.ett nv.pi.
r300 bbls nrime trk. . .
100 u tiallego Hour, superfine.
aw - jiaxaii ao . ao,
26 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
66,000 lbs bread, pilot, navy and medium,
26 half bbls crushed sugar,
60 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford towlines, "
60 bundles navy oakum. v
25 bbls pitch,
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons iron hoops,
300 coils Manila cordage, 6, inch, 4J, 4J, 4,
. ' 3i. 3t, S. 21, 2J. 2i, 2, 1) and If Inch,
150 colls 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 thread,
60 coils Russia cordage, 7J Inch shrouding,
6, 4, 3J, 3, 2, 2 and 1) Inch.
2a coils 9, 12 and 15 thread, seising, ham be r-
line, rounding and hoaseliue,
Chain cables and anchors, ' -Copper
and Iron spikes, 4 and & inch,
8hip's cambooses, complete, Nos. 2 and 3.
Whale Irons, toggle irons, .
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, 4, 6, A and 7,
10,000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine headmg,
Spruce floor boards.
Hard pine flooring boards.
Just Received ex " Modern Tines !
COTTAGE SIDING. &c.
IT OOO EET COTTAGE SIDING
' r!vrf3' &o,0on et roujrh sprooe boards,
4,000 feet rough spruce 2 inch plank. -20,000
f-t wkl pin, boards,
8,000 feet pine 2 inch plank.
8,000 reet pine 1, do do,
12.000 feet spruce flooring,
6,600 feet IJ Inch spruce flooring,
20,000 feet assorted wUtbs pine boards.
1384f For tale by C. H. LEWER8.
Doors, Window Sash, Clicds,
EX MODERN TIMES.' :
1ft HO OORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WRn
WW mouldings and raised paneL ,.
.60 8ash Doors, assorted sine.
. 300 pair W indow Sash, assorted siiea. . ,
260 pair BUnds, with and without swivels, ass d sl
Selected expressly tor this market, and w ..1, low r-
W7f . . ; - ; !.. S C
Beports from vessels in any part of ,
requested to display the Sm'. . I
Mid IW 111 .r.OT.!u
Sld Dec 13, to cruise outh
Atrl Atirll 4 tnm tri: . .
-- wawbat ana l,.:.
Sld Dec 1 fur Guam '
Arr at Lab March 18 "
I Arr at Hon March 26; sm Al)ril . .
Sld from Hon Dec 13 P ""O
uiuin march 30; at Hot, ltfl,
Sld Dee 26, to cruise
Sid trout lion Dec 6
Arr Lah Mar 21, nthg season: tu u.
At Honolulu April 14. repwrinHfc;
Sld Dec 8, to cruise
Honolulu, March 21 ,
Arr at Lah March 29, clean ; au . , I
Arr at Hilo March 24, twthUw- W?'!
Arr Feb 8, dean; sld March! rTuZ'6
Arr reo -J ski reb 2s, to ennst
Arr at Hilo March 13
Sld Dec 8, to cruise
Arr at Hilo March 21; sld from Bos 1-
Sld Jan 1. to cruise
Arr at Hon March 18; sld next dirt. I
Sld If or 15 for Japan and Ochauk
Sld Aor 12, to cruise south
At Lahaina March 26 , !
Arr at Hon from cruise Feb 2LtldaI I
Sld Deo 18, to cruise ""i
Sld Atot au, to cruise
Sld Nor 19, to cruise
Arr at Lah Mar 10; sld fm Hon SUripJ
Sld from Honolulu March 31 for Oc',
Ski from Mongonui Dec 23 for Uie mT
SU Oct 21, to cruise
Arr at LM Men LnoUuta season: aUv... I
Sld Dec 14, to cruise
Arr at Honolulu April 2
Ocbotsk. Sept 27, 600
Arr at Hon March 14: sld Mar 19,
At Lahaina March 29 '
Arr at Lah March 24; sld from Hii. J
Sld Aov 27, to cruise south
Arr at Hilo Feb 22; sld Mar i lot OrW
Arr at Lab Mar 14, 6 mos out; sMvlJ
Arr at Hilo March 14; ski March 2t
a m mt lliwilnlii M.wh 9. mA tt i
Sld March 6. to cruUo
Arr March 14; sld same day for Ochom
Arr at Lahaina March 9; sld March
Sld Dec 18, to cruise westward
At Talc ah uano lec 30, cajiuia Truant
Sld A'ov 29, to cruise
Ocbotsk, Sept 1, 250
Arr at Hon Feb 28; sld March S brOdat
Ocbotsk, Sept 27, 600 ; gone to JspuB
Arr at Hilo March 24
Arr at Hon March 14
At Hilo March 18; sld from lloooiulti;
Arr at 11 110 aiarcn zi .
Sld Oct 11, to cruise
Sld Nov 22. to cruise
Arr at Lah March 10; sld March 15, Ejfl
Sld Dec 14
Sld from Hon Nov 16
Arr at Lah March 4, clean; sld MuchllV
Sjoken Nov 22, on z, 3 wnaiet
Arr at Hon Mar 8, sld Mar 25, KsmeaitB
Sld Nov 26, to cruise
Arr at Lah March 21; sld from Ilooijr:;
Arr at Honolulu Oct 31; ski April , art
Ski Dec 6, to cruise
Lost on Fr Frigate Shoals March 13
Arr at Hilo March 28 ,
Arr at Hon March 10; sld March llaV
lii.i T la . I
ri Id from Hon Nor 9
Sld Jan 16, to cruise
Arr a't Hon March 16. from N Z; Hd Ani
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600 wh 1 gone to Japusi
Ski Dec 7, to cruise westward
A rr Lahaina Mar 13, 200 sp season; ui Mr!
At Fanninr's Island Jan 12. clean
Arr at Lah March 16; sld March MhrOrV
Sld from Honolulu Jaa 20, for Ucbout
1V..11. .lit Mar 1 tnr Korliaci and W
... '. ... ..el . i" I
arr at uon April ; sui eui iut avuuu
Sld April 4, for Ochotsk
Sld Nov 13, to cruise
Arr at Hon March 27
Sid Feb 20, to cruise
Sld Dec 4, to cruise . . "
Sld Jan 27, to cruise
Sld Dec A, to cruise
Sld Nov 25, to cruise
Sld Dec 31, to cruise
On A Z Dec 27, nothing
At Mongonui Jr) U
Arr Hon March 14; sld March 15, Kadi 1
Arr Lah Feb 19. 15 sp season; sld Mar &
Arr at Honolulu March 29. from X I
"S ' onboard.
efTi ZfTT i AH told .Spring; Beasoa'a
. 21 1 I v Voyage. Report. . .. .
;N Bl'56 1000'
I'M M 'ST I
...Last renort on New Zeabusl
... May 6, sailed fm Talclioai1
. . .On New Zealand, clean
27 At Paita Sept 6 f
!N Bi'67 25ol
Nan '55 500
ApnL 1858, sailed from
N B '57 150!
(April, 1858, off I'aita
F II '55 729! 300 At Puita Sent 11
N B:'55 900 Off-shore grouutl, 1858
A B'55 .
Jan 13, 2200 sp
N B 56 800
630'june, 1858, at Tomba
. ...'On Japan. July 20, 1 vw
'56 600 .
'55 700 ,
'56 260 ,
'57, 200 ,
'56 1160 ,
'57 j 60,
Last on New aealaoa
Anril. 1858. sailed from Tak,
On How Zealand
Off Feejees, June 22, 'M
800 Off Paita, May 21
. Last at Tahiti
On New Zealand
June 10, off Paita
'56 1 400 .,
'66 450 ..
A Kit, 1858, sailed fM W"
Hill, . N B
Slocum, N Pj
56 I 150 March. 1858. saiU-1 frus
'66, 200 100 Mav. 1858. off Paita
65 ... .1 jJuly 6, suiled from TW
57! I20'. . . .'January, 1858, South P
'55! 660 . ....June, 1855, off PaiUt
P Bark .Sc'T,
FROM BOSTON, J
II17 e.v w nrclRlEl 1
1. Dry Gsxxla.
Bales Excelsfair denims,
w lUinois Mills extra stripes,
Cases blue slieetings,
" Uxbridge 4V4 white sheeting.
Mens' kip brogans,
w enameUed brogana,
" call . h
u Oxid ties,
cloth Congreea gaiters,
w calf sewed pomps.
. patent leather sewed pumps- 0f
BY CHAS. II. UIVV
Vfrnfm ASSORTED. DOOBA
Jm4JJ 60 ased sash doors, H
200 assorted window sash, all sises,
70 assorted blind doors, all suxi
Inn km n.ll. -
40 boxes German glass, an hk--700
lbs. ass'd paints Paris a
yellow, blue amber, I noro J
red lead, Ac, imM
10 dos ass'd paint brushes, w
200 door aad window frames,
1 &A. tmiaarla arlue.
1000 lbs sash weight, assorted sises,
a dos sasa Oord.
CASES MHTJ'S BROGANS
Cases mien's Oxford ties,
- Cases men's eioth brtxrans.
Case wowen's fcney boskin.
I a Jackets, scarlet flannel sh ,
' TONS BEST
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