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Mr. Ell la mmm m SAlpwrrekr. IIAwaiiaa.
The following extract, from a recent work
Rer. Mr. Ellis, is descriptive of a singular
1 delightful incident which occurred on
: homeward voyage after his last visit to
idagascar. Our friend embarked ia the
'.gland steamer from Mauritius on the 13th
1 wary, 1857. On the 21st of the same
" nth, after the subsidence of a severe gale,
vessel fell in with a floating raft, and was
providential instrument in saving from a
tery grave two individuals, one of them
American Captain and the other a Sand
h Islander ; but the sequel shall be told
Mr. Ellis :
In a few moments I heard the cry A
?ck! a wreck!' and hastening to the poop,
t on the larboard bow a small flag or sig-
of blue cloth, distinct among the tops of
waves, and about two miles otf. In a
' minutes more I discerned a sort of raft,
' h two figures, a white man and man of
5r, sitting upon it, up to the waist in the
The flag of the England had been hoisted
ymbol of help and deliverence to signal
he castaways that they were seen, and the
ps course was altered. Meanwhile one of
boats was lowered, and manned by five
it, willing hands, was pushed off towards
raft. While the oars rattled with each
ke, and the light boat seemed to spring
r the waves, with our tall, stout, second
:er, Mr. Peters, standing with the steer
in the stem, every eye on board was
tched towards the same point ; the sailors
ling over forecastle and forerigging ; the
rers and passengers straining over the bul
ks of the poop ; ladies with their children
gazing with the most intense interest as
boat approached the raft. No one moved :
a word was uttered : even breathing
ned difficult ; but when the first man, and
l the second stif benumbed, and swollen
' i the water had been safely lifted into
boat, the pent-up feeling found utterance
the almost simultaneous exclamation,
ley are sated P which was heard from stem
tern along the side of our ship. Some
sons near me wept, others seemed ready
faint under emotions of sympathy and
Our boat was soon alongside, and, .voI
bruised and bleeding, the men were helped
T the ship's side into the cabin. Xot wish
to add to the pressing crowd, I remained
leek. A few moments afterwards I heard
captain call, Mr. Ellis ! here is a Sand
l Islander. Come and speak to him.' I
t into the cabin, where the two men were
ag on the deck. The white man was the
ain of a ship which had been upset in the
;nt gale two days before, when every one
toard, twenty-two in number, except the
just rescued, had perished. The islander,
ung man, was one oi the crew ; and,
jig made no answer to the questions ad
sed to him by our humane captain, I had
i called down.
The man was sitting on the deck, his
1 bent down, and his long, black, and
ping hair hanging over his eyes and
n his face. Looking at him, I said,
oha earohaino, aroha' salutation, dear
id, affection. The man lifted up his
1, swept with his hand his long, black
; to one side of his forehead, and looking
estly at me, like one to whom conscious
was but just returning, and startled by
sound of his native language, returned
salutation. In answer to a few inquiries,
old me he was a native of Oahu, the
id on which I had at one time resided,
aid he was up aloft furling sail, when
ship suddenly went over, and all in an
tnt were plunged into the deep; that
3 were other inlanders on board, but they
sank. The doctor of our ship then gave
men a little suitable refreshment, and
were wrapped in flannels and put to
Captain Dundas took the raft, a very
tie affair, and brought it to England,
vling to deposit it in the Crystal Palace.
The next day I went down to the berth
re the Sandwich Islander was lying, and
d him very much revived. After con
iwr with him about the wreck, and the
of all his shipmates, I said, Jod has
mercifully preserved you. You must
jmber His goodness and pray to Him.
said, 1 did pray to Him in the night,
n I was in the sea. I did pray to Cod
.ie morning, when I saw the captain; 1
ed that we might be saved. And Cod
away death, and sent your ship, and we
iere I said, I am glad you prayed to
. You must be thankful to God, and
s him, and love Him. You mu.t try to
God in your future life.
I then repeated the first two lines of a
n, among the first ever composed in the
Uage of the Sandwich Island, when I
a Missionary in that country. The lines
lie Akaa hemoMe.
Ke Ako no kakoa.
God of perfection or goodness is oar C1.
man's countenance brightened as I re
ai these lines, and as soon as I had
xi he took np the strain where I had left
repeating the two concluding lines and
-emaining verses with evident satisfac-
I said, Where did you learn that
n V He replied, In the school of the
ionaries at Oahu. That was the island
vhich I had resided. 1 then said, I
e that hymn many years ago, when I
. in the Sandwich Islands He looked
ie with still greater astonishment, and
Who are you V I said, I am " Mika
i (the native pronunciation of my
and I was a Missionary at Oahu,
Mr. Bingham, Mr. Thurston, and
3. He seemed surprised and pleased;
he knew the Missionaries who were
at the islands, that his brother was a
ve Teacher in the Sandwich Islands,
his sister a Christian."
GrnoT ox ths Ecsopkax Crisis. The Jour
ts DebaU of Paris recently had a very able ar
n the present position of France with regard to
tdin war, which has bem very generally at
d t M. Gaiaot. the veteran minister of Loais
tpeJrit admits that the government of France
ifkVoat says that certain parties are interested
rryinjc the country into war. It then reviews
-obable consequences of entering upon this pol
Austria by itself, continues the writer, is by no
i a contemptible adversary'. Bat the neutrality
many cannot be counted on, for those States
lose Prussia for a guide, and her interests, alli
aod patriotic prejudices, incline her to the side
itria. England, also, now in close alliance with
a, and agreeing with Austria upon many con
ted points of the treaty of Paris, would (ail to
aloof. The tone of the British pabtto towards
Napoleon affords additional eridenoe on this
Russia, whose co-operation with France is so
r calculated upon, is more likely to remain
f neutral than any other European power.
then, would be more than half of Europe
id into war, with nothing to be gained by any
excepting possibly Sardinia, The writer there
iks if there is any sensible motive for Fraaee to
9 a champicn&hip so hazardous and futile. At
ne time, he acknowledges to a share ia the
x sympathy for Italy', and if his pacific hopes
Sointed, will follow without an after thought,
e end, the banner of France, while making
m ail rood Frenchmen then .should do. for vie-
OFFER FOR SALE
THE CARGO OF THE AMERICAN BRIO
JUST ARRIVED FROM BOSTON.
1RRELS TAR, PITCH ASiD ROSIX,
Bales nary oakum,
Manila and hemp cordage, ratlin, martin, punyam, ke.
Pure white lead, in 25-tb kegs, black paint.
Pitch mops, birch brooms, hoopd pails, wash tub,
Corn bruums, mast hoops, jib hanks.
Assortment of single and 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 "
Cut nails and spikes of all sizes.
Assorted iron, square and round, from inch to 3 inch,
Crushed sugar, in half bbls,
lried apples, rice, saleratus, soap,
1, 2. 'H, 3, 3i inch oak plank,
inch clear white pine boards, planed,
1 W W 14 U 44 44
JJ 44 44 44 44 44 44
2 it w 44 44 pUnk,
White pine shelving, pUoed two sides and eJged.
Spruce scantling, 2x2,2x4,3x4, shared cedar shingles,
1 inch white pine toanls, rough,
Itoors and windows, assorted sixes,
Cumberland and Lackawana coal.
Cotton duck, sheetings, ic, Jtc, ttc.
Per SACHEM," from Boston,
Bbls Haxall flour.
Casts Hunter's tdstero.
Pried apples, in bUs. '
Hunt's bandied axe..
teddies, complete, with stirrups and belts,
Cotton sail twine.
Men's kip bropan,
" goa -Blue
and white cotton threaJ.
Cases shirting, denims,
blue drilling anj Mae cotton, Jtc, Ac, Ac,
Per "ALOHA," from Bremen,
Bates hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts,
blue union serge shirts.
Souwesters. ladies Lisle thread bose.
Cases V ictnria lawns,
M plain tape-check muslin, black.
Bales fancy prints.
Black and bine figured alpacca,
Bales blue flannel,
Silk I'mbreUaa, cotton socks and stockings,
Mothcr-o-pearl tuttnns, irory combs.
Assortment of ready-made clothing,
Superior Holland gin. In cases, French prunes, in glass,
Jtt, At, Ac, Ac 143-tX
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
COR. MERCHAST ASD FORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Hoods!
IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKETV
Which will be replenished by erery arrival from San Francisco,
as the wauls of the trade require.
GOODS ARE ALL SELECTED
br one of the firm, now in San Francisco, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and haringbeen purchaoed at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than bare ruled in this market
in past years. Citizens and 8trangrs are respectfully invited to
call and see for themselres. A. S. Ie M. 8. GUINBAL'M.
Honolulu, March 17, 18j9. 142-tf
OX SALE. BIT RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
f4lowing choice assortUM-nt of Groceries, at the store of the
Fre h apple.
Strawberry jam, etc., etc.,
M inre meats.
Ground black pepper,
Whole do tt.
8. C. soda.
Kresh currants, in tins
etc. Kngtiah pie
, pie fraii.
Tins of water, butter, sugar, oys
ter, soda and wine cra--ker.
Best Oolong tea,
I'ruMied and loaf sugar,
4kc Ac, Ac.
.V. B. Fresh
dand Butter and Ground Coffee alwavs on
(133-ly) H. SlcI.NTVRE.
largo of Lumber lor Sale !
JUST RECEIVED HER .KOLl'S, A. Camman,
Master, direct from Mendocino Mill, comprised of the fol
lowing assortment :
39,4M teet rough Redwood Boards,
Z22Z 44 44 44 Scantling, x 8,
4,705 44 44 44 44 0 x 6,
10.000 44 5-fcet PickeU.
34,00U 44 1-inch Itmgued and grooved Redwood Flooiing,
23.6i1 44 H " 44
2-i7.i 44 aurfacej 1-inrh Redwood Boards,
1012 44 li 44 44 PUnk.
32.0 44 planed J-imh 44 Siding,
IM.M1! 44 44 4. 44 44 Q fc Ug,
1.ST4 44 tongnnJ and groovrd Pine Flooring, li inch,
tVJ.UuU Redwood Shingles.
American 1 Inch white pine Boards, planed on two sides,
bo 1 inch do do do do on one side,
anil 12, 12 and 13 feet length.
Do 1 inch white pine Board, 10 inch wide and 12 It long,
Io white ine Sheathing Boards, planed one side.
Do cedar Shinglrs, shared.
Do pine and spruce laths.
13i-tf CHA3. BREWER 2.
ex Sachem !
COMPLETE AND EXTEX-
ire assnrtment uf printing, rap, letter, note, wrapping.
and tissue phprr, ever imported into Honolulu.
100 reams news, bonk and Job printing paper,
30 44 broad and long-fold bill paper, asst'd qualities,
S.r 44 ruled and plain cap paper, 44 44
Hi ruled and plain letter paper. 44 ' "
20 44 ladies lain, ruU-d and gilt letter paper,
it 44 plain and fancy note pier,
i 44 Lawyer's brief paper.
Reams drawing paper, tissue, hardware, wnpping, red and
White Uniting pair, Ac, Jte.
ALSO ON HAND
And for sale cheap lieiween one anil two hundred reams of
second quality plain and ruled Mter, cap and note pnrM-rs.
143 3in H- M. WHITNEY.
New Goods from Bolon
Por Saolaom !
CASES CALF JERSEY
TIES, U TO lO.
lit rases Lip brogans. 7 to 11.
4 rases India rubber lionts,
1 case, 300 feet, i inch India rnlto hxe,
7 cases awmrvM kisenges, camly gum-dros, etc.,
I case assorted India ru!.T gomla and toys, etc
Sl cases, 1 dnc each, extra fine whiskey,
O rases, 1 di. jugs each, extra line whiskey, ete.
1431 Vox HOLT A HKCCK.
ex " Hero ! M
AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
Waterhoa4's Wholesale and Retail r ire Proof Kropxrium
10,000 No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
2O0.000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do.
They are selling 6isf Terms quick.
142-tf Ajplyto JOHN THOMAS WATERnOCSB,
ANILA ROPE 1 1-2 INCH JUST RE-
eeired and for sal: by
143-tf C. A. A n. F. POOR.
JCST RECEIVED PER "SI REN."
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and Russet Leather,
Children's Carriages, various patterns, for sale br
131-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
KEEP COOL I
A XD ECONOMIZE TOUR I
J. chasing one of those new style WATER COOLERS, just
reeeired per 44 AdelaiUa," from San rrancisco, lor sale ny
14g-tr v. u. Kivii a rivo a
tdg LBS. ZINC PAINT.
Jf HJf J ceived per 44 Vanke1
for sale by
JUST RECEIVED !
-XJ'X KOIIOLA WESTPHALIA
Mid 140-tf .For sale by
ASSORTED PIE FRUITS. IN 1 DOZEN
eases, per Yankee, for sale by
132-tf C. L. RICnARDS A CQ.
FENCE POSTS X -T. .
FENCE POSTS FOR SALW3Y
CRUSHED SUGAR. IN SO LB. BOXES
and Codec Crashed Sugar, from tlie 8. F. Sugar Refinery.
132-tf For sal by C, L. RICHARDS A CO
Cmffm CASKS, assorted sixes, arrived per "Syren,''
y3 For sale by '
131-tf C11A8. BREWER, 2d.
POLLS ASST'D CHINA MATTINC,
Just rceiveil tier 44 HF-KG." I sate by - 4
. ipadiiifiid d
NEW GOODS! .
Just received per Bark "Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
ATIASKS STRIPED CRASS CMTH, CASES
1 Whiut Dnck. cases xSlack ana " mw ""
Bales Union bro. drills,
Cases calf Jersey ties.
Bales Temple "
Bales Manadnock bro. sbeet
Oxford pegged ties,
fine Monterey u
roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's col'd morocco,
men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans,
elf sewed and pgd brogans
calf sewed sailor pumps,
Bales Livingston bHached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Lirlngston blea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilt,
Cases L. Brown sheetings.
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases 1-lb tins green peas,
TUhIm ammIIi .nil frock.
Half bbls split peas, -
Cases refined lard.
Blue, mixed and red flan. iiiirU Half bbU crushed sugar,
Hnortint iackets. ;Bblg extra mess beef.
Black merino sacks, i Half bbls butter,
Reefer's u 44 Cases box salt,
Blue reefers, Shoo ks fin e bag do,
Black pants, Bbl Hxll flour,
Striped shirts, Cases cheese,
Blue and red flannel shirts, ; Bbls rice,
MWL- hearer cloth Raclan. Bales clores,
Pilot reef Jackets, blue and bit, Bags pepper.
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Cases saddles, complete,
Bxs family and salt water soap,
Half bbls hide poison.
Cases spts turpentine.
Coils of Manila cordage,
Kegs of nails,
Kegs of finishing nails.
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
Rob Roy Jackets,
Mixed cassimere pants,
Black - 44
Cottunade and Jean pants.
Bssla and Shac-a.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
44 44 imitation goat
44 44 enameled 44
44 44 44 imlt'n gvt
44 44 kip brogans,
.Rolls rigging and pump leather,
waxed do. Kegs pure and extra white lead,
44 44 Oxford ties. ;Cases boiled linseed oil,
44 " 44 patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope,
44 m " 4 d tops Cases charcoal irons,
44 44 goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
44 44 ita. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn,
Cases Congress boots, : Kegs powder,
sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do.
AVI ara, Spirits fcc
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octares of Hennessy's, Marten and
Rirlerre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes -nd eighths of Zealeander A Co's RocbeKe
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
- Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
J43.tf J. C. SPALDING
J. C. SPALDING
Offers for Sale, just received
PER BARK SACHEM," FROM BOSTON.
aay B A 17ES BRO. DRI LLS, 100 dox denim frocks and panta,
4 12 bales bro. sheetings,
1 bale bleached do.
4 bales pump and rig'g leather,
2S0 kegi white lead,.
20 bbls rice,
151 eases boiled oil,
2 bales cloves,
4 bags pepper.
10 coils Russia bolt mie,
18 casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
13 coils spunyarn,
8 cases men's clothing,
5 cases charcoal irons, .
55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green peas.
WIim sad Spirit.
11 qr and 28 eighth casks best
' dark brandy,
2 qr pipes Hennessey's do,
3 qr So Martell's do,
6 qr and 8 i casks Ririerre do,
140 boxes Catawba brandy,
60 half bbls best whiskey,
100 kegs do do.
10 cases denims,
3 cases ticks,
2 cases bleached jenns,
1 case honey-comb quilts, .
1 case striped grass cloth,
1 case white duck,
1 case bL and white quilting.
25 cases refined lnrd,
100 hair bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, compb.-te,
25 kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 boxes S. W. soap,
10 half bbls hide poison,
'JO cases alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine,
43 coils Manila cordage,
60 bbls extra mess beef,
SO half bbls prime butter.
t-Ar. 4.v. 4.1 m.t An mi. 111.
s cX2. boxku,
A 117 kegs nails.
W . . I
105 dox qts R. Byass porter,
10 dot London cordial gin,
15 rases brandy peaches.
Honolulu. March 24, 1859.
Wool, Goat Skins, Hides.
nURCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALD1SG.
1 PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf C HAS. BREWER, 2n.
Old Yellow Metal.
Dl'RCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
kit rates, by i:-U,
CI1AS. BREWER. 2n.
IMPORTER AD DEALER I WINES,
LlVtLUKSand CIGARS, L.AIIAINA. MAUI, begs
most respectfully to inform his friends and the resident public
generally, alo masters and officers of vessels visiting Lahaina,
that he has made arrangements to receive regularly from the
I'nited States and England, choice assortments of very best qua
lities of the abuv articles. Ilia stock at present (Terra prises
Pure London Dock Marten Brandy,
Gtard, Dupuy A Co's do,
American Brandy, for shipping, in S and 10 gal. pkga.
Old Monongahela Whiskey, in do do do.
Holland Gin, in cases, kegs and demijohns,
Slierry and Port Wine. Claret Wine, Champagne,
Purtrr anil Ale. in casks and cases.
Manila Cigars and Cheroots, Havana Cigars, and a complete as
sortment of the articles usually found In similar establish
ments In Europe and the United States.
N. B. Particular attention paid to putting up Stores for Ship
Just Received per " Sjreu !"
OSTON SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Kits No. 1 mackerel, kits tongues and sounds,
Cases lard in tins, tierces Carolina rice.
Cast's cod IWlt, cases corn starch,
Casrs fine tobacco, cases wnter cracker?.
Cases water biscuits, rases wine biscuits.
Cases oyater crackers, cases butter crackers,
Cases ginm-r snaps, cases jumbles.
Cases soda biscuits, cases sai dines, qr bxs,
I'ases surdities, half bxs, currants and raiiim,
Citron, lemon and orange peel,
Flavoring extracts. . For sale at
1-tf 8. SAVIDGE'9.
Tor Sale by B. F. Snow,
90 barrels tar,
' 'JO barrels pitch,
20 barrels rosin.
"tTE I.LO W M ET A L. SH EATIII NG, asst'd sisess,
Comosition Nails, from the manuCictory of Crocker, Bros.
A Co, tor sale t.
B. F. SNOW.
F Til E UNITED STATES, ON ROLLERS.
For sale by
11. M. WHITNEY.
CAROLINA RICE. FRESH HONEY,
English assorted sauces,.
weet spiced pickled peaches,
Fresh prunes, in glass,
Brandy clierries. Vur sale Lv
iZi-tt C. U RICHARDS A CO.
ESTATE OF J. W. MARSH. ESi., DEC'D.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED WILL PLEASE
pay Immediately; and all persons baring claims, will please
present Uie same before the lath of March next.
C. C. HARRIS,
Honolulu, Feb. 23. 1S59. 139-tf Executor.
ALIFORNI A YEAST POWDERS Per Yan
kee, for sale by
C. 1 RICHARDS A CO.
RAPE SEED OIL.
EST REFINED LAMP OIL, BURNING
quantities to suit, by
MELCHERS A CO.
ORCE PUMPS, assorted sizes, latest patterns, with
bose and fixtures complete, just arrived per clipper
ship "Svren," For sale br
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
-i C CASES OLD MUSCAT WINE-
I'er Yankee, for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
Kf. TINS JENNY LIND CAKES,
JJ 25 tins Ginger Snaps,
Per Fort una, and for sale by
132-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
MM rnnel and Hickory Shirts,
arrived per clipper ship
For sale bv
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Iltflfl BARRELS OIL SHOOKS, to arrive
" w J per clipper ship 44 Syren," for sale hy ,
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
pork : :
O BARRELS PRIME PORK, Just arrived
per 44 Syren,"
For sale by
a?UA3. BREWER, 2d.
COOPERS PUNCHING MACHINES.
COOPERS PUNCHING MACHINES.
Coopers' Truss Hoops, just arrived by the clipper ship
"Svren," For sale by
131-tf CIIAS. BREWER, 2d.
moo Syrup, per Fortnna, for sate by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
LACKSMITIIS BELLOWS, large sise, Just ra
ceired per 41 Syren,"
For sale by
CHAS BREWER, 2d.
R SALE BY
D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
St. F. SHOW , ;
HONOLULU, OAHU, S. I.,
OFFERS FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO SUIT
purchasers, at the lowkst majuuct fucks, a Urge assort,
ment of MERCHANDISE, consisting to part of the following
named articles : '
White and grey merino drawers. Red flannel drawer,
- Women's white cotton hose, Silk Velvet,
Embroidered undersleeres, Corah nandkerchlels.
Navy Cape, with oil silk covers.
Check linen shirts,
Colored India satin, ,
White L. B. shirts, ,
W hite linen handkerchiefs
Goat buskins. Enameled leather brogaus.
Boxes fire crackers, Spittoons. .
Mosquito netting, Boston Beauty stoves.
Looking glasses, Britannia tureens,
Solar lamps. Side lamps,
Lamp globes, Lamp chimneys,
Lamp wicks, Nos. 1 and 2.
1 Set Tlraaaam' Tla.
Manila and Hemp Rope, assorted sizes,
t Whale line, spunyarn, Ravens duck,
Cotton duck, Nos. 3 and 4.
YELLOW METAL, 18 to 26 ox.
Tarred paper, Venetian blinds, Hand carts,
Lead pipe, Brass hose pipes, I- R bose,
Brass bibb locks, Kedge anchors, Chain Cables. .
Irrot Champagne, Currant Wine,
Cases Bourbon Whisky, qts and pts,
10-gall. kegs Bourbon Whisky,
A Large sMrlmeol Creckcry Ware t
Bowls, vegetable dishes, plates, ewers and basins, mugs, jugs
Boxes glass, cream-laid paper, nappies, etc.
- Thumb latches, gimlets,
Hooks and staples, firmer chisels.
Tower bolts, braas.butts, Hingham buckets.
Dyer's healing embrocation, cotton bags, corn brooms,
Bridle leather, wagon harnesses, granulating mills, etc.. etc.
COMPOSITION and FELT, for Fire Proof Roofs.
Genuine MARIA FARINA COLOGNE.
Sail needles. Cut nails, Lanterns, Paint oil,
, Boat nails. Iron bedsteads, Turpentine, ' Rasps,
Corkscrews, Verdigris, Hammers, Sheath knives,
Black paint, Padlocks. -
Red and Blue Bunting,
Oil Casks, Sqooks, Hoop Iron,
Sperm and Polar Oil,
126-tf Richmond Flour, etc., etc.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
FflHE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE, VIZ:
W Ex Ysss( Greek.
10, 17, and 18 feet oars,
Cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Prussian blue paint,
Chrome yellow paint,
Chrome green paint,
4 Bales fresh hops,
Boxes, halves and qrs raisins,
Bbls and 6-gall kegs whisky
Bales brown drills.
Ex Mountain Wave.
Cases boiled English linseed oil,
Kighths casks Roctwlle brandy,
Half boxes loaf and crushed sugar, .
Nos. 3 and 4 Roger Williams stoves.
Cans extra line preserved oysters
Cans preserved meats,
Cans preserved clams,
Cans preserved strawberries,
Cases Verdale olives,
Cases assortad soups.
Cases soup ami boulUie,
Cases assorted soup and broths, cans soda, wine, oyster, sugar
and butter crackers.
Kegs whisky, Cases axes,
Kegs brandy, Bbls pitch,
Kegs rum, Linen drill froc'-s,
Baskets champagne. Linen drill pant ,
Cases ale and porter. Bales brown sheeting,
Cases blue drill.
Bales cloves, kegs nutmegs, half bbls split peas, do currants,
Cases refined saleratus, cases 8t- Clair, Dixon's, Emmet's Upton
and Syeet Orange brand tobacco, etc., etc.
133-tf J. C. SPALDING.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNEDS
-QQ COILS NEW BEDFORD WHALE
40 coils New York whale tine;
Whalemen's Oars, in sets;
Whalemen's slop clothing, viz :
Monkey and reefing jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
tlray do do;
Striped flannel drawers;
Red flannel do do;
Russia caps and tarpaulin hats;
Woolen stockings, socks and mittens;
Best yellow June butter, in double packages;
Best English boiled linseed oil;
Best do white lead;
Best do black paint;
Best do green paint;
84-tf A. J CARTWRI0HT.
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
rpiIE Undersigned is prepared to receive moneys, or valuat
J ble articles of smiill bulk, on deposit in his vault in the Pott
Office Building, (formerly occupied by the Hawaiian Uovernmen.
as the Treasury.) These vaults are considered 6 reproof, and are
safer than any ether In Honolulu. Strangers visiting the Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin,
valuable papers, or other articles, during their atoence, will find
this deposit r accommodation to them. When sums of money
are left for r term of twelve months, or longer, they can be in
vested or ot, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sums or valua
bles deposited. II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu. Oct. 1857. "0-tf
Ex "Modern Times!"
PAPER HANGINGS, BORDER, &c.
4Fnf ROLLS ASSORTED PAPER,
tJJl 100 rolls assorted border.
The above invoice was selected expressly for this market by
J. P. B. Marshall. Esq., and is the largest and best assortment
ever imported, and will be sold at low rates by
C. 11. LF.WERS,
138-tf Poit Street.
Warren's Water and Fireproof Itoofs.
AGENT FOR THE NEW ENGLAND ROOF
INU COMPANY Has received an invoice of
Roofing Materials per "Young :reek,
JET And is now prepared to supply those desiring to purchase.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS.
EX MODERN TIMES, fee.
I 450 Doors, all sizes and kinds.
JOO Wind..w Sash, all kinds,
100 pair Blinds, all sices,
12 Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at tlie lowest market prices, by
138-tr C. II. LKWERS.
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
I7IROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
EAST MA UI PLAJVTA TJOJ
For sale by (3d-tf) II. HACKFELD A Co.
WHALE LINE, Sic.
For side by
U9-tf CnAS. BREWER, 2n
OAK PLAN K, Ac.
Hard Pine Plank, -
Spruce Deck Plank,
Hard Pine Rails,
For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CSSIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN,
Marlin, Sewing Stuff, Flag Lines, Hooks and llnmDics,
Double and single blocks, White Lead, Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf.
For sale by
II. HACKFELD A CO.
OAK BOATS. Ac
ESTS OF OAK BOATS just received per Syren,
For sale by
131 tf CHAS. BREWER, 2D
MONEY TO LET,
rt-v r( in sums to suit, on ap
O 1 V vy W vJ proved real or personal security.
. 128-tX ' C. C. HARRIS.
O g g BOXES, 2
OUU White Soap, p
5 LBS. 'EACH. ENGLISH
Soap, per 44 Yankee," for sale by
PRUCE AND PINE LATHS.
Whitewood Boards, For sale by
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2o
OILER AND SHEET IRON for sale, just arrived
per 44 Syren," by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
IX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, asssorted widths,
just received per clipper ship Syren, for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d
C0ZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported for sale by -Hi-tf
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
.EX BARK GLIMPSE.
CASES SUPERIOR CLARET Tor sale by
127-tf . C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
' ANCE POLES, jurt arrived per "Syren," for sale by
at -131-tf - . - CHAS. BREWER. 2n.
Sew goods s mew goods i
BECETVJCU f rat. ,
Bark "Sachem, "
j AND FOR SALE BY
Hardware, &c. v i
(Gilt cornice and curtain bands,
Guarded S. B. lanterns, .
Tea trays, all !',
Cut tacks, clout nails,
Hard frame slates,
Adze-eye hammers, '
Steel-point crow bars.
Iron and brass screws, asst d,
Shoe nails, raw hides, -Horse-leg
Hay forks, 2 and 3 tine,
Britannia tea and coffee pots,
Old Dominion coffee pots,
India rubber hair pins,
Black and white pins,
Spectacles, In case,
Fancy vest buttons,
Rubber pencils, with leads,
Prnpt tacks, leathered.
Cast-steel shovels, . r.,
. 44 w long-nui, iv. jr
Grind stones and cranks.
Pick axes, sledges,
Tsck and riveting hammers,
Stair rods, II hinges,
Door locks, sasn toois,
Nests tin pails, .
Bat and parlor balls,
India robber cakes,
Lift and force pumps,
Fans, assorted, ,
Eyelets, assorted darners,
C. II. butcher knives, 6, 6, 8
- and 10 inch.
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,
Brass, bib and stop cocks,
n&ndled deck brushes,
Rake and pick handles.
Hoe and sledge handles,
Shovel and spade handles,
Center bead planes,
Scythes and rifles,
Moulding ana saa pimirr.,
Gimlet hitts, Center do.
Cast butts, loose and fast.
Brass lifting handles.
Bastard files, flat and round,
Hat and cloak hooks,
Shoe punches and peg cutters,
Brass and iron hooks and eyes,
Steelyards, couuter scales,
Butcher's meat hooks,
Ucared wheel braces,
Iron braces and anger bitta,
Hunt's bandied axes,
Turned pail ears.
English and Russia sheet Iron,
Eagle plows, Nos. 1, 2 and 20,
Steel plows, two sizes.
Manure forks, planters hoes,
Iron pots, covered,
Fry pans, coffee mills.
Milk pails with strainer spout,
Shot, buck and all sizes,
Hingham boxes and tubs,
Door locks, asst'd kinds,
lOil and scythe stones,
Cask, roofing zinc,
8 weed's iron, 2 x i,
Corn shellera. harrows,
Ox Yokes and chains.
fTrace chains, sickles.
Hand and bench screws,
Bush scythes and snaiths,
Mahogany drawer snoos.
Powder. In 1 lb A i lb canisters,
Lime squeezers, egg beaters,
Fine single harness,
Bats, round and fiat.
Boys' garden spades,
W. W. brushes, wooden faucets,
Bake kettles, chalk lines,
Bed cords, fish lines,
nan I wrenches, 0 to IS inch,
Molasses gates, graters,
Lob lute, cotton lines.
Chopping knives, bread do.
Match and rabbit planes,
Solar and study lamps.
Looking glasses, Ac, Ac.
Dry Goods, dec.
While and blue cotton thread, lAmerican diaper, Scotch do,
Dark prints, asst'd, English and Cot ton twine,
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, !t-4 and 6 4 sheetings,
Small check Scotch ginpham,
Irish linen, linen huckaback,
Green and blue barege.
Gents' linen cambric hand'kts,
8-4 bl'd and bro. linen damask,
Ladies lisle and buck gauntlets,
Men's 44 44
White and pink crane.
Gents' do do, fancy bordered,
Asst'd brown taffeta ribbons,
Colored worsted braids.
Ladies' emb'd cottons, new style: Black velvet ribbons, asst'd,
Fine bleached cotton, undressed.
Brown cottons and 2 bush, bags,
Oiled silk, nelllng cord,
Bales lamp wicking.
Plain and magpie ruches,
Fancy colored belts.
White and black spot lace,
Superior door rugs,
Black elastic belts,.
Wide bed fringe,
raintfl, Oils, &c,
French zinc, in tin,
French yellow and blue.
Chrome green, lump black,
Philadelphia lead, pure.
Verdigris and Paris green,
Red lead, dry.
Boiled linseed oil,
Gold and silver leaf,
Boys' brown empire, bl'k wool,' Ladies' Leghorn flats,
brown Leghorn, silver greyisrown oioomers aim pe.ti oauf,
colored German, black U. S
Silver grey and Leghorn jockies,
and planters' hats.
Misses Leghorn flats.
Men's paim-leat hats,
Drab and grey London caps,
lirown and silver grey bloomers,
Mats Cassia currie powder, ,'Cayennc pepjer,
Haxall flour, new crop, in bbls, Crushed and granulated sugar,
44 44 44 in tins, Table salt, layer raisins,
Manila cordage, 6, 0 and 12 thread ; do do 1 In., paper hangings,
hames, leather, buff envelopes, letter paper,
single bedsteads, calf skins,
A full Aatterfuient of Lndiea', Men', Missrs
and Childreu'f Beofa and Shoe.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDING
on these Inlands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
Burgm' Views mC Hontslnlu to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of E. BCRGESS,
118-tf PaintShop, on King street, near Fort.
HALF BOXES E. BOSTON No. 1 CRUSII
Half boxes East Boston Granulated Sugar.
44 44 Loaf Supar, just received per clipper ship "Sy
ren, 'for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER 2d
RAVEN'S DUCK, Aic.
LIGHT AND IIEAVr RAVEN'S DUCK,
Rnckport Cotton Duck,
l. S. Pilot Duck, For sale by
H9.tr CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
ASES GINGER WINE, PER ADE-
LA I DA," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
ASES SUMMER SAVORY. IN GLASS,
for sale by (140-tf J V. 1- JllUHAKIJS m
DAM ANTINE CANDLES FOR SALE BY
L 140-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
CHESTS EXTRA QUALITY BLACK
Tea; per 44 Adelaida," for sale by
v. u. it n u -in. u s lv.
CHARTS OF HAWAII.
OR SALE, PRICE SO CENTS.
li. M. WniTXEY.
flMVE EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SULKIES,
? for sale by (119-tf) CHAS. BREWER, 2u.
WROUGHT NAILS, BY MACHINERY,
from maWnMe iron; horseshoe and brad nails, from the
Eagle Factory. Providence, R. I.; for sale by
VJ3-tf " D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
-g gmgg GALLONS, IN 5 GAL. TINS.
for sale by
D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
INCH TO 7 1-2 INCH SHROUDING
For sale by D. C. WATERMAN & Co.
FLg BOXES SUPERIOR TOBACCO, lOa
For sale by
D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
SAN FRANCISCO GOLDEN SYRUP.
O Pi FIVE GALLON KEGS SAN FRAN
jM 3 Cisco golden syrup, for family use, just received per
Yankee, for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
Tf TINS WATER CRACKERS,
II 2o tins ginger snaps, per Yankee, for sale by
132-tf C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
FIRE PROOF PAINT.
Kaolin, 10 brls of each,
Just arrived per clipper ship " Syren," for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
'N LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS Best qua
ity, 10 by 20 inches. For sale by
Vos HOLT A nECCK.
-f prr M RED WOOD SHINGLES, JUST
M. t Vy receiveu per fonnos." rur saie.uy
C. BREWER, 2d.
N SMALL BALES, best quality, just arrived per
clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
II REE 5 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, Jnst arrived
per cupper ship "Syren, for sale ty
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
OR SALE LOW, TO CLOSE CONSIGN-
ment. 1 133-tf J V. U. W Al tKJlAJi & Co.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
rUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
I 112-tf H. M. WHITNEY.
NE SUPERIOR N. Y. SPRING DRAY,
with Harness complete, lor saie oy
119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d-
OREGON SMOKED BACON
OR SALE BY
136-tf 8. SAVIDGB.
1 M REDWOOD SHINGLES. EX
M. VP V. trances fanner, tor sale iy
. GEORGE O. HOWE.
, CIDER VINEGAR I
IA BARRELS CIDR VINEGAR, PER
J bark 44 YANKEE," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS A CO.
. ENGLISH SOAP.
BOXES WHITE ENGLISH SOAP-JUST
received and fw sale hy
-tf . C. A. A II. F. POOR.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
HAVING IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Power Press,
' . - - AND A
RITGGLES' CARD PRESS,.
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
The Best Assortment of Plain and Fane
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
mm Job &
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE
'' WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
Will be executed promptly, in a superior manner, and at reason
D-Orde s, by mall or otherwise, will receive Immediate atten
tion. tO- Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu, Oahu. 97-tf
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPERS
miir UNDERSIGNED Is Agent to receive subscrip
Tthrghouhls kingdom for any '
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually on ' tha
arrival of earh mail from the United States, when paid forln
advance. The following prices cover the Hawaiian, American
and British postages jf AG AziNES
Harper's Monthly Slagazinc (the neplut ultra
of Magazines) - "
Atlantic Monthly Magazine,. -Godey's
Lady's " -
Graham's Illustrated 44 - - - -leslie's
Magazine of Fashion, -Hunt's
Knickerbocker 44 "
Eclectic 44 ... -
Littel's Livinir Age, (weekly) -Blackwood's
.Magazine, (English) -Blackwood
and the 4 English Quarterlies, -Either
of the 4 English 44 .
I'nited States Illustrated Magazine, -North
American Review, (quarterly) -De
Bow's Review, (monthly) -Dickens'
Household Words, - -
Hutchuig's California Magazine, -
London Illustrated News, (weekly) - - -44
Evening Mail (tri-weekly of the London
Times) - - - - -
" Punch, (weekly) -"
Despatch, 44 -
Bell's Life in London, - - -
Ixmtlnn Weekly Times, -
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, -
1'reuch Courier des Etats Unis,
New York Herald, (weekly)
44 44 Tribune, 44
4t 4 Times, 44 - "
Leslie's Illustrated Newsiwper, (weekly)
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, - - - -
San Francisco Herald, -"
44 44 Alta California, - -
44 44 Town Talk, - - -
Boston Journal, (weekly) ....
Willis' Home Journal, -
New York Independent, (weekly) - .
Philadelphia Evening Font, 44 ...
Harper's Weekly Journal, -
Life Illustrated, (a weekly family journal) -
The Country Gentleman, do 44 44
New Bedford JWercury, -
44 44 Ship List, - - - . -
Cultivator Magazine, (monthly, on farming)
The above list comprises the cream of British and American
periodical literature, and will be supplied to subscribers here at
the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking several
periodicals wUl be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
are regularly received by each mail from the United States, and
cau be supplied on application. The undersigned will also order
bv mail any papers not in the above list tbrthosewhornay desire
them. (5S-ti) II- M. WHITNEY.
BY JAMES J. JARVES, ESQ,.
rH E UN DERSIGNED has received by the ship -
1. za if Ella, from Boston, the following late publications,
by Mr. Jarves. formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii.
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
U dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehameha IV.
ART HINTS, ox Architecture, Sculptcre and
Painting By J. J. Jarves.
44 America lias at last produced a writer who may help to edu
cate her in art, guide her infant steps, and to point out the pit
falls that surrouud the pilgrim of art." London Atkeneum.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. let and 2d series.
44 Without question, one of the raciest books ever wtittenon
Parisian life and manners." Boston 1'ont. -
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J:
44 The sketches of which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but Informing. They furnish anl mpressive Idea of the
grandeur and the glory and the degradation and shame or mod-
T...I.. tf I..... . . 1 1. rn '
ern Italy." Home Journal.
87-tf For sale by
H. M. WHITNEY.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
per 44 ELIZA A ELLA," from Boston, the following splen
did assortment of Stationery, Blank Bocks, and Desk" Furniture
9, 4, b and tl quire Journals, various bindings;
3, 4, 5 and 6 quire Ledgers, d dot
3, 4, 6 and G quire Record Books;
3, 4, 5 and 5 quire Day Books;
3, 4, 6 and 6 quire Log Itookh;
Assorted cargo books; Assorted tuck mem. books;
do tuck diaries and almanacs, for 1858;
do writing bonks, with and without copies;
do cap ledger indices; assorted letter books;
M0 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper;
100,000 butr and white envelopes, of all sizes;
2,000 parchment and cloth envelopes, of all sizes;
A great variety of blank notes, drafts and bills of lading?
Howd itch's Navigator; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almanac, for 185U; 100 gross steel pens;
Uutta pcrcha pens a new article; copying brushes;.
Assorted red tape; red, fancy and black sealing wax;
Boxes assorted gummed seals; patent Ink erasers;
Patent pencil Bharpeuers; patent traveling ink stands;
Flat, round Cud octagon rulers; tin cash trays;
lAibin's, Faber's and Ropes' lead pencils; tin wafer cups;
25 gross red, blue and black inks; assorted copying inks;
Assorted pogfolios, choice article; assorted ivory paper folders;
do peu holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter.clips;
do jmper weights; assorted Inkstands; thermometers;
do mottled and plain linen twine,
do slates, small toy and school;
do banker:' wallets, for notes and bills;
A few gross of real Albata pens; ladies' small sized etter paper;
Italian otUce desk hones; camel hair pencils, etc., etc.
89-tf H. M. WHITNEY.
Lumber, Shingles and Clapboards.
Afrnfrn 000 EEET N. V. LUMBER,
TtUUtVrUU consisting of rough and planed
Boards, and Scantling of all sizes,
100.000 Shingles, sawed, shaved cedar and Eastern,
Pine Clapboards, 4, 6 and 12 feet long,
spruce do, 4 and 6 feet long.
Red wood Clapboards, 6, 12, 14 and 16 feet long,
White oak, 1, 1J and 2 inches,
Sheathing. , and if inch.
Flooring Northwest, spruce, yellow pine, white pine, Ac.
134-tf For sale at lowest rates by C. H. LKWERS.
And all kiwis of building Materials wanted In Uiis market.
Envelopes ex Sachem!
AVERY CHOICE AND EXTENSIVE As
sortment, manufactured to order and expressly for this
market, including :
40,000 buff, canary, white and laid adhesive letterenrelopes,
15,000 44 and white official adhesive envelopes,
2,000 assorted fancy wedding and note 44
3,000 44 sizes, cloth lined envelopes,
Together with a great variety old stock on hand, which will be
old low, to close out. 143-3m H.M.WHITNEY.
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS !
JVST.EEJVED PER FANNY MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Da vies A Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to seU them 20 per cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their tonert
ority In every respect over any others in tlie market at nreaent.
McCOLGAN A CAMPBELL.
10-tf Tailors, cor. King A Fort St.
2ftO BR.I'S"I 2EST HAXALL FLOUR,
J just received per clipper ship 44 8yren,"
in . For sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d. .
EX I,ErT WHITE CHINA MAT.
. TJJVa 1st quality. .
-t white China matting 1st quality.
4-4 checked do do do. '
t 143-tf " 'Foraaleby " C. A. tt H. F. POOR.
CARTER BOXES RAISINS-For ala by
JLsA. W JUJ AV AAACiW U JLjA.X IOIS
VESSELS, IIAUBORS AND CUSTOMi
PORTS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
VESSELS ARRIVING OFF JL PORT
Entry to make the usual marine signal, (Ennlmi if
at the ForeJ if they want a pilot. -i
The pilot will approach vessels on the windward side arwi
sent tlie health certificate to le signed by the captain. If tSe. '
sel is free from contagion, the captain will hoist the whit s.
otherwise he trill hoist the yeUow flag, and obey the dinaJ' '
of the pilot and health offlcer. w4'
The commanding officer of any merchant vessel, immediii.d.
after her arrival at either of the legalized ports of entryriTi!
make known to the collector of customs the business upon VmS
aaid vessel has come to this port, furnish him with lirt n( T?
pessengert. and deliver him, under oath, a full, true and rJ
manifest of the cargo with which said vessel Is laW"
manifest shall contain an account of the packages, wiu, tr2
marks, number, contents and quantities, also the n&mtt tZ
Importers or consignees. When any such officer shall tiw!
perform any or aU of the acta above mentioned within w -eight
hours after his arrival, be shall be subject to a fine dm
ceedlng one thousand dollars. He shall also, within tht tin
above mentioned, deliver, under oath, a list of all storo ia. '
board at the time of her arrival, under penalty of forfeiture, 3
a fine of one hundred dollars. f '
Masters of whaling vessels shall enter their vessels tht m
lector's office within forty-eight hours after their rrtrj '
either of the ports of entry, and previous to discharging or ahin. !
ping any seamen, or taking off any supplies or stores, hiku
penalty of not less than ten or more than one hundred .
They shall also, within the time above stated, furnith i
all wines and spirits on board as stores, and a manifest of -u
cargo and freight, except the produce of their fishery sad tt
outfit, provisions and furniture of their vessel, under pewit,
forfeiting all such stores, cargo and freight as are not on th,
of stores or manifest, and a line of one hundred dollars.
Before landing baggage, a permit for the same mart be ok.
Uined from the collector, and no permit can be granted until th,
requisite passenger list has been furnished by the captain.
Masters of vessels allowing baggage to be landed befuri cog
pliance with the laws, are subject to a fine or five hundred doUm.
The coll ector, at his discretion, and at the expense of tht
sel, may provide an officer to be present on board durinj fe.
discharge, to superintend the disembarkation, and see tlut
other or trreater amount of merchandise be landed than is m
-forth In the permit. '
Vessels having spirits, wines, or any other merchandite
board, subject to a duty exceeding five per cent, ad valorem,,,
receiving such articles on board, are liable to lave an officer co
board, who shall receive the sum of two dollars and fifty emu
per diem, and also food and lodging at the expense of tl Teit.
The following are the only porta of entry in this kingdom, tu
tor vessels or all descriptions, Honolulu, (Oahu,) Lhaia,(H4aIJ
Hilo, Kealakeakuaand Kawaihae, (Hawaii.) and Koloa, fKami)
and for whalers and vessels of war only, Hanalel, (Kauai.)
The port charges are as follows :
At Honolulu Pilotage one dollar per foot each way, or half
pilotage if no pilot is employed ; health certificate one dollar;
buoys, two dollars harbor master, three dollars ; clearance, on,
doll&r 5 pilot for anchoring a vessel outside, which does not en
ter the harbor, ten dollars.
At Lahaina. Boarding officer, five dollars; lights, one dol
lar ; canal, (if used,) two dollars clearance, one dollar.
At Hilo. Pilotage, health certificate and clearance, the uu
as at Honolulu. .. .
At Kealakeakua. Boarding officer, $5 clearance, tl.
At Kawaihae, (Hawaii,) and Koloa, (Kauai,) the same as
All charges for buoys and boarding officer, must be paid at the
collector's office before lading, unlading or transhipping any ear
go or passengers, shipping or discharging any crew.
Hawaiian vessels, whether licensed as coasters or otljenriie,U
engaged In foreign trade, are liable to the same charges and re
strictions as foreign vessels.
Whale ships are allowed to land goods to the value of two hua
dred dollars free of duty.
Products of the whale fishery may be transhipped free of any
charge except for entry and permit. If sold or entered tod
landed In bond for export, they are liable to duty of on per
cent, on value by estimate.
The permits granted to whalers do not include the sale or dis
position of spirituous liquors.
Any master of a whaleship who shall fail to produce his p
mit when called for, shall be liable to a fine of not less than tea,
or more than fifty dollars, to be Imposed by the collector.
Before obtaining a clearance for a vesseL the master it re
quired to furnish tlie collector with a manifest of all cargo in.
tended to be exported, a manifest of all stores taken from bond,
or transhipped from other vessels, a list of the namei and sexes
of all passengers who are to leave the kingdom in his vessel, and
pay all legal charges at the harbor master's office and the col.
Every captain of a vessel who almll convey out of this king. .
dom as a passenger, any person to whom the passport act ap
plies, who shall not be provided with a passport from the minis
ter of foreign relations or collector of customs, shall, for every
such person, be liable to a fine of fifty dollars, and Air all the
debts and obligatfans which such passengers may have left as
paid in this kingdom, and the vessel shall be liable to attach
ment and sale to pay the same.
Any vessel having cargo on board Intended for a foreign port,
or spirits in cargo or stores, may not touch at a place not a pget
of entry, without a permit from a collector.
Masters of vessels are requested to l-nve their clearances oa
board with the officer in command, for the guidance of the pilot
Oil. whalebone, or any other article of merchandise, landed or
transhipped without a permit, ia liable to seizure and confiscation.
Vessels landing goods upon which the duties have not been
paid, are liable to seizure and confiscation.
If any person commit an offense on shore, and escape on
board a vessel, it shall be the duty of the commanding officer of
such vessel to surrender the suspected or culprit person to any
officer of the police who demands his surrender on the produc
tion of a legal warrant.
All sailors found ashore at Lahaina after the beating of the
drum, or at Honolulu after the ringing of the ten o'clock bell, art
subject to apprehension and a fine of two dollars.
Shipmasters must give notice to the harbor master of the de
sertion of any of their sailors within forty-eight hours, under a
penalty of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are not auowea to oe aiscnargea si any oi uio
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu, Lahaina and Hilo,
and at these ports only with tlie written consent of the harhoi
Honolulu, Lahaina and Hilo, are the only ports at which na
tive seamen are allowed to be shipped and discharged, and at
those places only before the agent for shipping native seamen.
No spirits or otner mercnanaise snait ne entered in Dona enner
for consumption or re-exportation at any of the ports of this -kingdom
except Honolulu, Lahaina and Hilo, and no spirits at
wines liable to a duty higher than five per cent, ad valorem,
shall be so entered at Hilo.
The rates of duties on mercnanutse tanaea in this kingdom an
On brandy, gin, arrack, w'nes, ale, porter and all other dis
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of any description, not ex
ceeding 65 per cent, nor less than 27 per cent, of alcohol, five
dollars per gallon. Io. exceeding 55 percent, of alcohol, tei
dollars per gallon. Bo. exceeding IS per cent, and not exceed
ing 27 per cent, oi aiconot, one oonarperpauoa. ua. not exceed
ing 18 per cent, of alcohol, five per cent, ad valorem
On sugars, molasses, syrups of sugars, and coffee, the produce
of any country with which this government has no existing
treaty, as follows :
Two cents per pound on sugars, ten cents per gallon on mo
lasses and syrups of sugars, three cents per pound on coffee.
On all other merchandise nve per cent, aa valorem.
On merchandise transhipped from one vessel to another,
transit duty of one per cent, ad valorem.
Any vessel taking away a prisoner irom me isianus, it its us
to a Hue of fire hundred dollars.
Any captain or other officer of a foreign vessel who shall.
without complying with the requirements of the law, carry sway
cut of the jurisdiction of this government, any native suhjec
thereof, is liable to a fine oi five hundred dollars.
Rapid riding i.i the streets is prohibited unrtera penalty ofja
The hours for landing goods or other articles, are between 7
o'clock, A. M., and 6 o'clock, P. M., on all days except Sundays
and national holydays.
Office hours at the custom house and other public office,
every day (except Sundays and - national holydays) from 9
o'clock, A. M., until 4 o'clock, P. M.
Vessiels arriving from San Francisco, or other foreign porta, i
and having a mail for Honolulu, will hoist the national enaignat
the fore, If a pilot is wanted ; hut If a pilot Is not wanted, a ves
sel having such a mail will hoist the ensign at the main.
Messrs. Morgan, Stone at Co., Ban Francisco, are tlie author
ized mail agents for the Hawaiian Government, and veiseit
leaving that port for Honolulu, are requested to inform them of
the time of their departure.
Ilnrber Rrgalationa of flonelala. 1
Vessels anchoring outside of the reef off Honolulu, shall chang
their anchorage, when requested to do so by the harbor master or
either of the commissioned pilots. Vessels entering the harbor
to be anchored in the place designated by the harbor master or
bis assistant, and moved from one anchorage to another at ne
may direct, and none except Hawaiian coastinir vessels of leM
than fifty tons burthen, and vessels under command of a piK
or officer for the purpose of leaving port, to quit their anchorite
without the written permission of the harbor master.
The harbor master or his assistant, or any pilot, while remor-
iiifr a vessel from one anchorage or mooring to another, iny
make fast to any other vessel or to any warp or wharf ; and any
person resisting the same, cutting away or casting off the warp
or fastening, is liable to the penalty stated below, ami the mas
ter is responsible for the same. All vessels within the harbor
shall, when so requested by the harbor master or liia asiiaunt,
slack down their stream cables and other fastenings.
All vessels entering the harbor shall. If so requested by the
harbor master, or either of the pilots, rig in -their jib, flying
and spanker booms, and top their lower and topsailyards, with,
in twenty-four hours after (anchoring within the harbor, and is
all cases before attempting to come alongside of, or make fa t
either of tlie docks or wharves, and keep them rigged in and '
topped until within twenty-four hours of their taring the har
bor, and until removing from any wharf or dock.
No pitch, tar, resin or oil shall be heated on board of any ves
sel within the harbor ; but all such combustible articles shall be
heated on shore, or in a boat, or on a raft at a reasonable distance
from any vessel.
Any person who shall throw or cause to be thrown Into tne
harbor, or leave or cause to be left upon the shores thereof, any
dead animal, shall be liable to bo apprehended and fined ai
Any vessel taking on board or dischareintt ballast shall bare a
tarpaulin properly stretched and spread to prevent any fret
falling into tlie water.
For each violation of either of the foregoing harbor regulation,
the person violating is liable to a fine, not exceeding $ 100.
If a pilot conduct a vessel to anchorage off the port of Hono
lulu, and he not detained on board from the necessities of the res
sel, longer than twenty-four hours, he is entitled to receire $W
and $1 for health certificate, and if detained on board tooff
than twenty-four hours, (5 per diem for each subsequent day
detention. Should a vessel thus anchored without the harbor
afterwards enter, the anchorage fees Cbove named will bs re
mitted, and the usual pilotage and health fees only exacted.
The pilots shall bring the vessels which they may bavecfaarf
of fully within the harbor, (within the inner buoy, unless other
wise directed by the harbor master,) and anchor them In a suit
able and convenient place. .
The harbor master shall board all foreign vessels, and ttaww
Ian vesaela from foreifrn norta. aa unn a. nnKihleafterthey ha8
entered the harbor, direct them where and how to moor or make
fast, see that the commanding officer has the printed port reg
lations. and receive a list of passengers, to be delivered at tb
collector general's office .
He is entitled to collect for such services, from each ,l J
three dollars in addition to the amount paid him for labor, a41
boats and warps in moving and making fast such vessel ; and u
necessarily detained on board more than two hours at any tinKi
to receive at the rate of one dollar per hour for such extra deten
tion ; and for each time that he may be called upon to board a
vessel after having once moored her Drcnerlr.he is entitled tore
ceive the same pay as in the first instance. - .
Any person who shall throw stones or other rubbish rerD"'"
from a vessel at anchor in the harbor of Honolulu, will be Uaw
to a fine of $100. .
Mjore Boats. Any boat plying for hire in the
Honolulu, whether employed in carrying passengers or f00"'
without being licensed, is liable to forfeiture.
Kvery passenger hiring a licensed 44 shore boat" is entitled
carry with him 100 lbs. of luggage or goods, and no more, fret"
charge : and for all extra luggage or goons, ho shall pay "4
ding to agreement with the owner of the boat. h
Alt the boats of hire for time are entitled to charge for T
passenger for the first hour, one dollar ; and for every aucoseo
lug hour fifty cents.
All boats hired by distance are entitled to charge twenty-o
cents for every passenger to and from any ship or point wr"
the Inner harbor or buoy, off abreast the ship-yard of 3. -son
A Co. ; fifty cent to and from any place within the oo'"
harbor, that is between the buoy off abreast the ship-yard
Boblnson A Co., and abreast of the west point of the channo
through the reef ; and one dollar to and from any point oaa'Tl
of the buoy abreast of the westerly point of the eliannel i
boat to remain In all case Lt the point to which H Is orAe2
not exceeding fifteen ml- without additional charge ; atM
case it should he dete" 1 1 jogstde any vessel or at any P4"
over fifteen aiinutea, ii. owner ts entitled lo charge twoij j
five cents for every " minutes of such detention.
Honolulu, Jan- I '. j, . .. . - -
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I C. I MCHAADB A CO.
V, U RICHARDS A CO.