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rKnhaBeh, of the
tTVP ttm iMIIMMTininffl f i r t h
. arms rocni - - . , .
' J-1T!rhrinK been ffH.ed to
I4 a n was read rf liotLrw
LmcT u4rtiresentatives "P""
P Ho" " r?: sections 111 113. 114.
jCa . .-.. th Civil Code. The action of
.' , in retard
L. " ' III II MM Uh .- . "
ioMsting upon tbeir previous Tote.
-bt gprsker, Mr. Sbeklon it appointed to
itttl . rnflfawiMi. reported milfw
tf 4., ifce cxd" '
TTH in br tbem.
B!S that they bad eooDorred In
r W oumiru on the amendment to
Css-. iKrrttJ h J arrunjentt agaih tbe amend-
t ........ now emfnt toe the first time In ser-
Vwi01 . nunnxatire speech in fever of (ho
I1' . . i . ... kii.
. iMr anil a nau civucu, wui ue
lta'rfnd mix comiof to ft dcdaioo.
TanatOAT, April 14.
the ajnendmenta to the
. tnt article raa anpended nntfl the
... .t- Aructe www w iiaeo, tmer
A "ZZi Mr. Knpakee, the but dUM, prorklim
I n kfrnxlnd tor an extra atraaian.
U euBmttee roae and the
T1DT. April 15.
aa read a flrat and
- in itmimun eo the ConatitatioDal
T r in th ctiAir- Alter a winajr luacsaatoa
wjdfai Sarranar, April !.
Lrfi'-I- .. - tht eomoA tte a poo aerrral amend-
tewWfromlheu amendanent in regard
it 5 jLmikl. the eonunitlM m.-
M In,.x1- u Uiaitrr o finance, with the coo.
. i.mmiL to rarulate the rnmm a
iVorrracU. Iikrred tor the praenc, in
"Liiial imenJa"00 then taken up and
"ZenoM trU rrUUn to SUniatera
- 1 ; '
rm rooluoon to par to the heir
'17 fc" flu,u wtich bare been re
r p.rcawot iwu and Mice of lands belonging to
JTtoatrj fci read a third time and
rait i committee on the claim of heir of
llcr fcxt iticajio UlC wholemaxurr waa again
'oHM vti ieid fmn Mr. O. H. Oolick, clerk
.ifcrmiac Cm be intenUa to sail for tbe Marqoe-
l-Uj next, and ahoolj reaifft. A ae
.jx .i U to 4ii a auccraaur. Aujuorned.
Tcbxdat, April 19.
ItailT. Sa the Committee of Conference, reported at
Factum retail licenses for Ihslna ; and
ftggi m u triO; in pints to be engagvd in by na-
.pjk iliovxf aauves to drink the tame,
a, Jn Ue committee, was in favor of tbe
I irpnrt ; imt differed, on constitntional rroonds.
ge poOuO, w gv aa ute aranung OI uceoses was
tbr suae committee, reported in fmror of
ail sohjecta ; bat of restricting the sale of
rpuru wcjt ordered for committee of the whole
jSfB tie CMnmhtee to proenre another clerk in
1 1. buuck, maanmemied the name of Mr. A. K.
mptttJBi to UxlM for clerk, with the following re-
bsntreceirnl from the Nobles Informing that they
Er a Ac tkll proraliDg for a cemetery association
La ita 4U into committee of the whole on the dif-
trfifcCuoXereoce Committee on the liquor qoes
sieiepurcs ma aai ilut the committee had made so many dif
k &t he Bored that tbe subject be recommitted in
irdnOrtt be reported on by the committee as a
! ne fortner diaensaion tbe motion was earried.f
acitea &k op the sabjecc of currency the section
tames by the Committer' of CooJeTence, to be passed
AuLsKrican dimes and half dimes to be current
ttiarlua at the rates now establiahed by the Cnam
kamvaad that all other foreign coins shall be re
U IrOrj at such rates as shall be established by
tai fiance, with a due regard to the public good :
t&a. m mkm of Mr. Rubertsuo, was iisaaerf. after
Hu ADVERTISERS wishing any of
ygf their favors altered or discontinued, will
pieaaeaarays give notice of it at our coun
Lkf. jLlaanrtanii Bira, whew hamled in, should be
ihuasaaiwr of times or months that they are to be
150RC ORGANS, AND MUSIC I
klCES URE-TLY REDUCED !
U 33 J Broadway, New York,
L AC EXT FOR THE SALE Of
- 1 tae knt ifcstoo and New York Pianos and l-l-l
leoca The larst assortment of Music Mcr
ctaadjsain the United States. Pianos f.-om ne
caBficawn, rrerr variety of sfy from those
'Baura,bjr JUM. to thoso of the most elegant
So kowe m the Unkm can come in cumprti-
f acwr. rarkty and celebrity of its Instruments, nor
"l prices at wbich they are sold.
K Water Msdrra lawwrwvrd Ptaaes,
-m no !rasrs.aare in tbeir new scale an unproved
""rait omttvm at lone equaling the rranil, with
F ad diuaMiitv of the square Piano. Tbe Press and
eutmUaie justly prMiounced than equal, if not
"J vr uk& They are guaranteed to stana the
V Waters f rllrwaia (tone tbe eqnal tem-
. apr a each d"sirable quality. Can also furnish
f-Mr.'t il south' Mekaleutis. Prices from fii to
rmts. 1 150; two banks of keys, $J0O ;
ra mulwics. llM. 175 and tZ'M. less a liberal
I h sxrumm warranted to give perfect satis fjo
F3 ry refaniieu.
P Organ, five shp,$I60j eight sU,ps,Jlw;
Jtoumuo, - twelve stops, ; twelve an,
lt.tmate do with percussion, $4UW i fifteen stops,
oi-arj Ptanw,. at great bargains, constantly In
'-' 4 lb, urjrH best catalogues of 31usic
alkancaiul Musical Works puMisbed in tbe
f sue Or ibis Il'Kue. A bra, Martin s celebrated
Chbh4 Muatcai IostrumeuU and Musical mer-
prxes. Music sent wherever ordered,
luan tent by mail. TV A liberal discount
p" ehers, seotinaries and clergymen.
TuTTMuMALS OF THE
? iters Piano and Melodeons.
"a eta to Land, and in first-rate order. It is a
ant sad no mistake." (Lee a Walker, Phim.
15 1 '. who has bad one of tbe
raikA- r.i m t.ii . a riwul nf mine
F MlPhjH . L . f 1 1 . t . WAM
wm iur nex. one uac mi j
"!S!T. ISii. , llbiu.li hrmmhlir DoouUr in
r 'lcanuitroduee one or two more 5 they
f"-r ttaa y other make."
rv'" -ters' Pianos in use in our Seminary, one
"tcIj tested for three years, and we can
s taatt, darabuity." IWood ft Greg-
'-VDrar Sir: Having used one of your
jrn jart, I bare found it a very superior
--fcrar. ti.i t.i.i iiiirkta iVminarv.
.mea, writes as foUows : - Prestoo Hollow, N-
- Jtr lu. r, t: . v K MIa
. a rM order: am -roll ija.d arirh the external
tone also. Hope I shall have occasion to
LTr- . " Horace Waters. Esq Siri The
F r-JZ " dQlT reorirtd In gi-jd order. Iam
i7Ttoythattbe instrument U highly sati
L t joo wui accept my thanks for the very
. J iisisaea u, anu war um uww.
J' have fulhlled, and more than ful
Very respectfully, Ac, J. L. Smith.
s. -"ol from you continues to give satislao-
KewCL" 'h heat instronvuts in the place.
kZ arrived. I fet obliged to you for
"4110811 I can for you in Utese parts."
Imesvnie. &. C.
Jr reeeivel. It came in excellent eondi-
. - "ireu oy my numerous lamuy. s
44winrss." (Robert Cooper, War-
'm fk?rs veil. It is the best one in our coun
JlUtllu. tampbelton. Georria.
f" fcT5?Wied to TO" having sent as soch a
rus nT.a0 sd we shall take pains to recommend
L,ow, lToo are known as among' the very
Peak of these instruments with con-
iT uo of their exeeuent tone ana
takJ 7; 'ngelisC
7 be raeriu uf the Horace Waters Pianos,
lIiaIge De4n of the very best quality."
d Splayed greater excellence in
nieaee WaterV Pisuxia.'' (Churchman.
f fcrr' Pbumo are built of the best and most
k'ij better, at this than at any other boose
We have no doubt that buyers
."V ana Journal.
' 111 KTVaW SVinntrw r I Unsu JitfirnaL.
"V'j, nSs are of full, rich and even tone,
Wi 2 nsicI Keview.
" at Mr. Waters' store, the very best
tatlZ00 f ftanos to be found in the United
u WmL? ""thera and western friends to give
-vtbey gto Xtw Yoca." Uraham's kUc-
I 333 Broadway, Y.
'c!tTWE CREDITORS OF WAE
Mn CO A0 OF ATAL
. Tulp-Vw0 PER CENT. WILL
next. Aprd Wttwat 10 o'clock.
Vr- ahava Chinaaoeu, at the Store of
.STL.,1 MEETIKC 07 THE
7ViB iITrf " Toar CoBpany tor the esse- .
. ll. llr " Co,rt House In laxtoUlu ea
fraia'i. K ARMSTRONG,
Lad Havelook 7
. - "The first intensity 0f t?8- Lo
t which God saw fit t'y!!.that ffU bereaTt-
meaaure modified and sancJfiK.,1" in a
or me aevotion of i, - f wnaer merer
daughter,, .od . and
mMrv T... - . --juitoi mv On,. .
or ""A FTy I hare beea bl !
tention paid to Ihel" TlC1 m f -
great nation acroM th i, ...s"7 "i9?? by that
proudly offer theoi the IZer.Tt. w?uia Kdly and
lonely heart.a.l i Z ?!n .t.ha?k d and
rwiA that not one word too Vnli. u? vWith AtM"'
prai-of himwhoh.i1 ii in
wii ncTcr peris la. v v,v wo icq
. . vt inxivwi fhA ana- .
Riri rc . :
The Member. r KXTIOJT I
BcnnrDrfllawm iw.v.u ..
f- C. KRC6ER. JOHN H. BROWN,
Order., Bergen,. CapUIn
Head Quarter, Honolulu Rifles, I
prtH.l859. $ w&4f
HONOLULU R. A. CHlPTrn.
America, will bold its Rerular Meetinrioo the Thin, xk ,
e UMgt L Paocacs Ds L'Oca-
Per Order- II. p.
' prsirs.es Btadrrala mJ
trades and sciences, assumes to impose an absnnlit. -
"'" vu toe same pnnapie, any medicine which fro
srswestocureau diseases, is unworthy tbe slirhteat ennfl.
dence,and should at once be denounced as a onvk
ine urserenbers; Family Medicines do not assume to cure all
diseases with one remedy. They hare eleven different medicines
each adapted to its peculiar disease : and time has proved, be-
z a question, the emcacy and certainty of these preparations.
new ust comprises the following medicines:
Grfkxbero Vecetablr Pills;
Marshall's Uterine Catiiolicon ;
. GRwETEXBEsa Sarsaparilla ;
GaErxxBERa Pile Remedy ;
Graj-enberu Dtsextert Sytiup;
Green Mountain Ointment;
G R.CFEXBERQ Children's Panacea ;
Gbaxnberg Consumftite Balm ;
Grtenberg Eye Lotion;
GRiErENBERG FtVER AND AGUE KeIIEDT
Grfenbero IIealtu Bitters ;
Gblefexberg Manual of Health;
For sale by s. PORTER FORD.
General Agents, REDINGTON &- CO.
122-6m Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
braerenkere Mnul mf Ileal tia-A hand-
somcly printed volume of 300 pages, containing concise and
extremely plain descriptions of all manner of diseases, their
symptoms and treatment. Every family should have one
Price only TwasTT-riva cexts. It will be sent, post-paid.
to any post-office in tbe Sandwich Inlands on the the receint
oi emu Dy mail or express.
rarieai aera .irticlaica are
for sale by I
rER FORD, I
X k CO, J
General Agents, RED1XGTOX
122-6m Wbofesale DrurirUts. San
POLTN'ESIAX EXCAMI'MEXT, Ns. 1,
I. 0. O. F. Under tbe jurisdiction of the R. W. 0. Lodge of the
United States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are
held on the 1st and 3d FRIDAY EVENINGS of each mouth.
Resident and visiting members are respectfully invited to attend.
Per order. c. V.
Honolulu, Nor. 10, 1958. lll-ll
A. F. it A. M. La Pbockes di L'Ocsa.iia Loooa, No
124, under the jurisdiction of tbe Supreme Council of the
Grand Central Lodge of France, working in the ancient Scotch
Rite, holds its regular meetings on the Wednesday nearest
the full moon of each month, at tlte old Lodge Room, in King
street- Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 19. 00-tf J. O. CARTER, Secretary.
FRIENDSHIP, LOVE AND TRUTH.
Independent Order of Odd-Fellows !
XT 1ST IT 33X3 WTA.TE8 I
TL'KSDAY. THE 2Ctli DAY OF APRIL,
1S.W. wiU be observed by tbe Order in Honolulu in the fol
lowing manner :
Tbe Brothers wilt meet at the nail nf Excelsior Lodge at 9
o'clock. A. M. At loi o'clock a Procession will he formed, wben
the Members of Excelsior Lodge No. 1 ami Polynesia Encamp
ment No. 1 will march directly to the Fort Screet Church the
Masonic bodies of th city occupying the post of honor in tbe
Tbe religious exercises will commence at tbe church at 11
o'clock A. M-, tbe Rev. Mr. Corwiu officiating.
After leaving tlie church the Procession will march up Brre
tania street to Richard street, down Richard street to King street,
down King street to Fort street, and thence to the site of tbe new
Odd Fellow's Hal I.
The exercises there win be in the following order:
SINGING BV THE CHOIR IN FORT ST.
Bt thc Noble Geasd or Excklkicb Lodcc
LAYING OF THE CORNER STONE.
ACCUBMJO TO THE RtTl AL OV TBE OaOKK.
SM . wsv TT tnU ainbrwYii1Tv IntTltaWil tl aVitanl t)l
XQe rUUtW VI iimmtuiu at ibfvm-mj-
exercise jU the church, and mlo at the laving of the Corner
. i i : i a I .1 :
Stone, wnere seats win ue ijnniotu -
The Brothers of the Ord-r will rnnemlier that in pursuance of
tbe action of the G. L. U. this dsy is to be set spart as a day
of THANKSGIVING, and it is especially desired that each
Brother observe it as such, by refraining from business occua
tions and attending the religious and other ceremonies above set
flYUiting Brethren in good standing, wishing to join in the Pro
cession, are request to report themselves to either of tbe un
deigned at BAM, N. G
D. N. FLITNER, P. O
J NO. H. BROWN, P. G-,
Committee of Arrangements.
Honolulu, April 19. 1859. 147-11
NEW COOPERAGE !
ASTIION'S BUILDING, MEIiCIIANT ST. '
Hoaolsila, Oahu, II. I.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
1 the above premises for tbe purpose of carrjmg on tbe
in all its various branches, and solicit a share of the public
PSa practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
csdo work as well and on as .eaaonable term, as any oUier es
ab?Uhnt f. Ilonmulu or on the Sandwich W-dj ft
FIREPROOF STORES TO LET.
Z TIIE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
gfo Z nego h pities desirous of leasing the -ore. in
in process of erection by
ExceUi.r Lswl.e N- 1 I. O. O. F
nif debie that application, be made before May 10. Plan,
shown and information P, HEWERS,
Chairman oi wubwct.
New Coods Nf"
1KK1I A S-'
TraECEIVil kUJa. v.
and toU hats, eu,c M f-
(arsl r'. N ITcAMPBELL. Talkw-..
- Vnrt and King streets.
To Per.on. igJ;U " tnTU t0
it is rnowioaJJ
1 sage, per ship i'ndertake the charge of a ck
145-St . ' "
a a T.V..
X NEW, CCSTOM-MADR .-"S
'seat BUGGY, received per Saca'Jm0sD.
rWlH E Or M XASnJMI ;w,ran Theater
1 to? reception of Subscribers, at the cu AS
EVV STATIONER! T.
j ment of office stationery, eompr " b .
, -.1 - "
I T" r- I
SJ ' 1 ABDTTTTUM
U .Jill " f- I 1.1 . H III
- -J-l i V U ;
NEWLY OATJCrHT !
J. T. waterhSuse's
BYRON'S BAY, HILO, HAWAII.
OTofrcnanfi011 SALE TUE FOLLOWING
Dry Goods of every Description,
Brown, white and blue cottons,") White and black lace.
Ticking and .hirting stripest 'Men's flalhTrtlr
MnsTl.. ,n,Uth Men ,ineD nd 'o" "Bits,
Moslina, prints, delainea. Linen eoaU and panto,
r'."r .I! toW."ln "P clothing of all descriptions,
Cotton aiKl hnen thread. ; Colored saiuis and sUks,
Black and mloml rir.K. :.. ii . .
In . . . -i jaiwu nicus ana grass cloth.
Gentlemen's and ladies gloves, Silk and cotton handkerchiefs,
o . . . . bi twin nums.
Bed fringes, Uhle covers, ; Fancy colored belts, suspenders.
Black crape, colored braids, lamp wicking. peouera,
Guardl lanterns. j
Cut nails all sizes, rivets.
Wrought nails all sizes, razors,
Copper nails and lacks, saucepans.
Hatchets, hammers ami axes, coffee mills.
Iron and brass screws, assorted iron pots, fry pans,
Bntt. u-m ami r. ilT.m ntm r . . .
m. . . , . ' ' aiiu cranks, rules.
Paint brushes. rlrK k.ir . i.t. t . . .
vaan urunes, noes
anil rakes, spades, gimlets, sheathing copper and nails.
i - Z : 7 - j pin:r, ioy ana couoD Hues,
Buttons of all kinds and dewaiptions, sheet irou and xinc!
Pnvif In L-um . 1 : -. . '
r u:ra, auger mcia ana augers.
Brass and Bntt. bib ami stop cocks, shot all sites,
TU1, enphoard, chest and door locks, spoons.
Brass and iron hooks and belts, glue,
Carpenters planes of all kinds,
Uingtiam boxes, thimbles.
F and C comlis,
Brefaad Pork, Hawaiian beer.
Bbls of flour and bread, rice, butter, mrar. mnluuu
Syrup and honey, preserved fruits of all kinds.
Preserved meats and 8sh of all kinds, curry powder.
Cassia and spices of all descriptions, pepper,
Fine and coarse salt, saleratus, soda, raisins, currants,
Dried apples, beans, peas, cuff., tea, chocolate, cocoa.
Herbs, crackers of all descriptions, candles, lard, hams.
Beeves tongues, salt salmon, cod fish, vinegar, sardinus,
Mustard, sauces, bops, soap, prunes, candies, salad oil,
Olives, ast'd English and American pickles,
Mackerel, Herrings, Ac, Ate.
Boots and Shoes.
Cases men's thick boots, esses kip brogans, calf boots,
Cases calf brogans, cases goat brogans, Oxford ties.
Men's India rubber boots, men's India rubber shoes.
Women's India rubber shoes, gaiters.
Whalemen's pumps, whalemen's stout shoes,
Days' shoes and brogans, women's shoes.
Sail twine, handcuffs, prickers, ! Prickers, belt, and sheaths.
Cotton and linen canvas, palms,,Sail needles, oars, row-locks.
Light, heavy and nary duck, ;liooks and thimbles, saw-sets,
Ast'd size, iron, cant hooks. Hooks and staples.
Blocks of ast'd sizes, jib hanks. Brass and iron wire.
Sheaves, marline spikes, .Powder horns and flasks.
Envelope boxes, Toilet boxes,
Cigar boxes. Work boxes.
Shaving boxes. Silk Aprons,
Crape shawls. Colored silks.
Silk vest patterns, Colored satins.
Camlet and pongee silks.
Glass, Crockery and Tinware.
Also, a full assortment of Manila cordage, from I inch to &
inch, coils whale line, hemp rope, spun yarn, marline, houseline,
seizing stuff, anchors, chains and whale irons.
AN ASSORTMENT CONSISTING OF
2 and 3 inch plank, 2x3, 2x4, 2x6, 2x9 Joists,
Hardwood square timber for boat davits, anchor stock, and
windlasses furnished to ordsr,
1 inch boards, donrs, sashes, blinds, clapboards, kc
Hilo, Byron's Bay, Hawaii, March, 1469. 143-2m
THE LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF SADDLERY
Ever Offered in Honolulu !
To which the undersigned respectfully Invites the at
tention of his friends and pa(y;trons,
having just returned front San r ran-
eiacw. where the Goods were
SELECTED BV HIM IN PERSON,
Consisting of tbe following, vis :
Ladies' and misses' saddles,
English and Am. saddles.
Ranger and vaquero saddles.
Race and boys' saddles,
Girths and saddle bags.
Silver-mounted and japanned
Cart and plough harness.
Collars and haines, trace chains.
Halter and dog chains.
French anu Am. can sains,
French and American kip,
leer, sheep ami chamois skins.
Ringing ami sole leather.
Harness and skirting leather.
Enameled leather and hog shins.
Ladies' fine whips.
Carriage, drovers and cart whips,
Fancy and plain oriel k-s.
Halters, extra reins, stirrupleather.
itorse urusnes ami wane wtuu)
Spurs and bits.
Roller buckles, all sixes.
Fine kersey k linen horse covers
Saddle Cloths, Curled Hair and Spanish Moss.
April 14,1859. 146-3m B. II. ROBINSON.
A TEACHER, LOMPEiMi st i'"
am Punils for a Collegiate Course, to whom will be ten
dered the use of a Urge and commodious School Room In the
center of Honolulu, at the reduced rent ol four dollars per month.
There Is a large class of pupils requiring instruction, that can
be gathered In by a person comietent to conduct a school, and
the liberal charges usually paid lor tuition, would secure to a
teacher a good salary.
Any person desirous oi uuuenamng w iwun ..uwi s
rr run annlv to HfcJ. r. r?-v,
er, can appiy w .. w j niRTWRinnT.
ASHEK B. BATES.
Honolulu, March 22. 1859. 143-tf
JUST RECEIVED PER MELITA!
TIERCES EXTRA liuuw haws.
Oregon smoked bacon,
. Assorted jams.
Citron peel, "
Tapioca. For tale by ,
J4fl jf MS. MllVUb
SSORTED ENGLISH PIE FRUITS, .
L' Assorted fancy biscuits.
Assorted crackers, .
Pcotch oatmeal in tins,
Fresh raisins. For sale by
Sugar and Molasses,
FROM THE BRKVs . . u ukwv. R 2r
For sale by tH AS. BREWER, 2,
119-tt . :
Sandwich nunds, JOHN F. COLBCRN -iU act as my
Agen under a rower o. " j u C0LE.
good order, am nuuaa, stm a
nessAppIy to q ROBERTSON.
OXES BLAKEMAN'S BEST
W ater ioior., WHITNET.
" . . w IVCTDITMRVTS.
,A LONDON MAKFOR SALBV
BLACK TEAS. '
r-II FSTS BLACK TEAS. l-3a lb Paperw,
'M-iSTiast receivwJ and 6 saleby
rer . C. A. U. F. FOOIl.
" . nak3 IVIl SHINGLES.
rr JrT ,h,red cedar Shingles.
Butter ! Bntter !
mwvwsbs at VAW wl
ni'TTrR PACKED IN SlUAIJIiI.
AOOD BCTTER r perlb.-at
jr containers tv r-
"TTlE7ARBirED PER BARK
m sa rr mm me t - r
CENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT, T
O'S S---. CHAS. 811KWER,..
a-CJfST TiANP 33
Ex 'PIZARRO,' 'SACHEM'
AND PER '
OTHER LATE ARRIVALS !
AND FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and Retail
UPWARDS OF 100,000 YARDS SUPE
RIOR ENGLISH PRINTS AJVD MCSLIN3, consisting
of pink and ysllow, lihtc and red, canary and red riding dress
prints, purple, black, chocolate and red, orange and green, two
blue. Also, small pattern prints, and a splendid assortment of
BRILLIANTS, many of the pattern, of which are entirely new.
Bales scarlet blankets,
Bales blue blankets,
Bales white blankets,
Bales heavy denims.
Bale English denims.
Cases heavy Am. blue sheeting,
' Cases English blue sheeting,
Cs brogans elf k kip, wd Ac pgd.
Cases slippers and .hoes.
Cases Eng. saddles and bridles,
Case. Am. saddles and bridles,
Cases whips, stirrups, leathers
Cases charcoal irons.
Nests trunks, four each,
Cases figured black merino.
Cases figured blue merino,
Cases plain merino, black,
. Cases plain merino, blue,
' Bales brown sheeting.
Bales bleached sheeting,
Bxs Winchester's S. W. soap,
Ca es blue drill-s
Cases heavy Am. bed ticking.
Bales blue, scarlet anil very su
perior grey flannel shirts,
Cases pilot pants, .
Cases pilot coats,
Cases drawers and shirts,
Bales pea jackets,
Cases silk handkerchiefs.
Cases linen and cotton hdkft.
One case heavy camb. quilts, a
80 kegs nails, 4, 6, 8 and lOd,
Cases palm leaf hats.
Cases Hunt's handled axes,
Cases felt hats,
100 superior native spades, (oo's)
Nests camphor trunks,
Nests leather do.
Nests rattan clothes baskets,
Cases preserved ginger.
Rattan chair., baskets, etc.
Case, denim pants.
Cases denim jumpers,
Cases white shirts.
Cases colored shirts.
Cases drab moleskin pants.
Cases white moleskin pants.
Cases white sheeting and shirt.
Ing, most superior.
Best Sample Manila Cigars in Market.
TWIST ENDS Nos. 1, 2 and S. " "
With a splendid assortment of other Goods, and decidedly
The Largest and Most Inviting Stock in
Honolulu, for Native Trade.
J. T. W. respectfully invites orders, from Country Store Keep
ers. Apply at
JOHN TIIOS. AVATERIIO USE'S
March 31, 1859. 144-3m
Fresh Garden Seeds !
l'ST RECEIVED FROM A. P. SMITH
Gardens, Sacramento, Cal and warranted good.
Red, yellow and white onion.
Blood beet, parsnip.
Long yellow carrot.
Red tonisto, egg plant,
Lettuce, ntra and leek,
Cucumber, white celery,
Water and musk melon,
Long and turnip radish.
Osage orange hedge plant seeds,
Alfalfa Spanish clover seed,
Chinese sugar cane or sorghum.
Put up mostly in two and four rial papers, and also In larger
quantities. For sale by
146-2m n. M. WniTNEY.
Building Hard Ware,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
-arAILS. GRINDSTONES. NAIL RODS, AND
other articles too numerous to particularize.
The subscriber is in constant receipt of additions to his Stock
of HARDWARE, etc., which is offered at the lowest market
rates. 1145-3tl W. N. LADD.
FRESH ilIOLOKAI BUTTER!
MYERS' DAIRY! MS-
Regularly received and constantly fair axle by
.CD. KEMP, Hotel street,
145-3m Opposite National Hotel.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAV
Ing taken the shop recently occupied by
Henry Smith, (the subscribers old stand.
is pre oared to execute work of all kinds
in first rate style, and at prices to suit the times. Particular
attention will be paid to all kinds of ship work ; and, having
procured an experienced Farrier, recently arrived from the United
States, those requiring services in that line may rely upon their
orders being executed in a workmanlike manner.
145f ROBERT BROWN.
RECEIVED PER FRANCES PALMER,
from Smith's Gardens, Sacramento, and warranted fresh :
Beet, cabbage, cucunber, sweet com, peas, tomatoes, radish,
lettuce, carrot, turnip, onion, bush beans, Ac, Ate.
25 lbs. alfalfa clover seed. For sale by
145-lm H. SI. WHITNEY.
CIGARS I CIGARS t
GENTLEMEN WISHING GOOD CIGARS,
can procure tbem at the " Harbor Coffee Saloon." foot of
Nuuanu street, where tbey will find a choice assortment of Faxct
Bassos, just received ex u Frances Palmer"
Havana and Manila Cigars.
Aromatic and Porto Rico Smoking Tobacco.
145-tf NOLTB A KRUGER.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the Public that be has taken the stand form
erly occupied by 8. Johnson, (Carpenter,) on King street, oppo
site tbe Bethel, where he Intends to open a carpenter shop and
conduct the business hi all its various brar.cbes.
JV. B. All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
145-tf GEO. MILLER.
II K UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR-
chased the mterest of K. J. Smith in the Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley A Co the
business will henceforth be carried on under the name or u. n.
Vida k Cou, who engage to furnish the best quality of butchers'
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
1454f D. ft. VIDA A CO.-
. " Notice!
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
me are requested to present the same for settlement, and
' ail those Indebted are hereby notified to pay the same forthwith.
Honolulu, April 6th, 18W. (145-3t J. PUKOI.
I. O. of O. F.
rruKE NOTICE X JUST RECEIVED PER
J. " Frances Palmer," a small assortment of AaegnUstv suit,
able for tbe coming oeiebraooa. For sale ny - -
. 145-3t - CA.I&I. POOR. ;
rrjlHE ABOVE SUM TO LOAN. APPLVTO
IlORE NEW GOODS ! !
J. T. VWERHOKS
" ' FOR ' . "
M.E W D EDF ORD!
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Captain McCRELTJS, , !
! Having a largo portion of her cargo on board, win have j
I Qatk Dispatch for the above Port.
5 - - ' ' - ,.w . J
Shippers of Oil may rely npon its being carefully stowed
. . . -
g and regularly wet during the voyage
ror freight, apply to
E. P. ADAMS.
AUDWIOH XSL AZTD
; ONLY REGULAR LINK FROM THE V. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May wr Jane,
September and December.
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
pepers or the above month.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
B. F. Snow, - - . Honolulu.
Sutton A Co. - - - New York.
Cook Ac Snow, - - - New Bedford.
Freeman fc Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
23 3C 3 XFt. 33 & AS .
. On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THS
United States, Snth America.
Canada and Eersse,
COMKBCTlIiO IN XIV YORK WITH THS AJIBaiCA-BCROPBA BZ
rBBSS COMPART TO BCBOPB.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of South
America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
TT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bill, of Exchange in sum. to suit
on Wells, Fargo s Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo & Uo.'s franked U. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1, 1856-tf. F. L. HANKS. Agent.
II. nACKFELD & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE CARGO OF THE AMERICAN BRIG
, "KOLOA r
JUST ARRIVED FROM BOSTON.
ARRELS TAR, PITCH AND ROSIN,
Bales navy oakum,
Manila and hemp cordage, ratlin, martin, spunyarn, Ac.
Pure white lead, in 25-lb kegs, black paint.
Pitch mops, birch brooms, hooped pails, wash tubs,
Corn brooms, 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 10 feet long,
Cedar " " 18 to 20 " 44
Cut nails and spikes of all sizes.
Assorted iron, square and round, from Inch to 3 inch.
Crushed sugar, iu half bbls, - . .
Dried apples, rice, saleratus, soap,
1 J, 2, 2J, 3, 34 nh oak plank,
i inch clear white pine boards, planed,
1 u u u u u u
J u u u u u
2 u u w u plank, 44
White pine shelving, planed two sides and edged.
Spruce scantling, 2x3, 2x4,3x4, shaved cedar shingles,
1 inch white pine roards, rough.
Doors and windows, assorted sizes,
Cumberland and Lackawana coal,
Cotton duck, sheetings, Ac, Ac, Ac,
Per "SACHEM," from Boston,
Bbls Haxall flour,
Cases Hunter's tobacco,
Dried apples, in i bbls.
Hunl's handled axes,
Saddles, complete, with stirrups and belts.
Cotton Mil twine.
Men's kip brogans,
" calf 44
44 goat u
Blue and white cotton thread.
Cases shirting, denims,
UIUC Ul aUU lIUV VVVVU s.7 Jw
r "ALOIIA, from Bremen,
blue drilling and blue cotton, C&, sc., sc.,
Bales hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts.
44 blue union serge shirts,
Souwesters, ladies' Lisle thread hose,
Cases Victoria lawns,
44 plain tape-check muslin, black,
Bales fancy prints.
Black and blue figured alpacca,
Bales blue flannel.
Silk Umbrellas, cotton sock, and stockings,
Mother-o'-pearl tuttons, ivory combs,
Assortment of ready-made clothing,
Superior Holland gin. Incases, French prunes, in glass,
Ac, .Ac , . Ac, Ac. 143-tf
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP,
bark SACHEM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, the
following assortment of Mercliandise :
Cases blue denims.
Cases blea. flannel,
Bales bro. cotton.
Bales awning stripes, a new article.
Bales bro. drilling,
Cases print lawns.
Cases satteen blea. twill,
Bales printed carpets.
Cases ladies' gaiter lined boots
Cases men's rubber boots,
Cases boys' do do.
Cases women's do do.
Cases charcoal Irons,
Bbls prime pork.
Barrels mess pork,
Half bbls mess pork,
Qr bbls mess pork,
Bbls mess beef,
Bbls navy mess beef,
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins,
Cases refined lard,
Casks pilot bread.
Km RMlfnrri iron boons. 1x18. 1x17. 11x17. Iixl7.
i, 11 A3. Jinan sat, au.
Just Received per " Sachem.''
TIERCES BOSTOJ SlUAK 1lj.EL.lJ iiass,
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Quarter cola lamuy pora.
Cases refined lard, 101b tins,
English dairy cheese, in tins,
Cases Pembroke salt,
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half bbls dried apple, '
Half bbls Carolina rice,
Fresh peahces, In 2th tun, ' . .
Fresh lobsters, in 21b tins. ,
143-tf for sale cheap, by . 8 AM. SAYIDGX.
TREAT fe LINSLEY'S MELODIANS,
UNSURPASSED FOR SWEET.
ness. nenness ana prompim.
Si! I their Tsrietie rurnU"a 144 American retail
t & twt..w .rmll teas ......... .........S 75
2 8 octave, scroll legs
3 5 octave, piano style 10" 4
4 6 octave, piano, serpentine JIO H
6 i octave, piano, fancy serpentine 12
00 octave, piano style 2a
7 Organ melodian, double bank 180
Freirht and duties to be added. For further particulars,
please"address ' ' " at i a I
National Dining Saloon, Honolulu, S.I.
THIS SUPERIOR AND PbKAAr
TABLIsHMKNT IS NOW OPEN for the reception of
Permanent and Transient Boarders. It is sttuatea m ine mow
business cenf-r of the city, and Is conducted on the European
m ... w .t..i inMii. MwthinHiwtth the romantie sce-
nery, renders it one of the most attractive houses offered to the
public for families or tnuiviouais seean '": . r.lT
r. l. ;th the boose is a snacions REST A L RANT.
where Meals can be obtained at all hours. Charges moderate.
m n i mlAsm .i.iiin. tiw Island can rest assured that MRS.
t . ttq :n -ir.iK. in attenilinrm tbeir wantAand
JSJ. 10 I. Ill .1 i- u. wv. r- -
fort. 144-3ml ' .,' mlltUS V1IU Iiuin"
BREAD I X
JUST RECEIVED per Syren,' - - ; :: ;
60 Csitka Bread, in whalemen's casks, .
100 Bris Bread,
' 100 Can Wafer Bread, a new and superior article ;
- ' , . For sale by . .
131-tf : . ""i , 'I ' J""V f. CHAH. BRSVTKR, S
. , BY A. P. EVERETT. 1
;" General Sale of Merchandise
AVEDNESD AT, April 8T,at lOO'CI'k, A.M,
. At Sale. Room, will be 1, "
Dry Goods and Clothing, ' ; ! ' . '
Boots, Shoes and Hats, ' ' 4
Furniture and Wonlea Ware,
'' Pickles, Preserved Meats,
And other goods too numerous to mention.
Assignees Sale. ;;
In the Matter of Maxwell & Beatty,
To be sold by auction, at the Auction Boom of the undersigned, on
SATURDAT, April S3, at 1 1 0Clk, A.M
An the Estate and Interest of L. F. B RATTY lu aU that Lot of
Land, containing i acres, more or less, called the MANUEL
PLACE, situate at Puiwa, in Nuuanu, about 2 miles from Ho
nolulu, and near to the Royal Agricultural Society's Garden,
'with the large and substantial Dwelling House (partially finish
ed) and office thereon, on which $2000 hare beea expended, as
formerly occupied by Mr. Paul Emmert.
For further particulars, apply to JOHN MONTGOMERY,
By order of the Assignees. A. P. EVERETT,
Honolulu, April 6, 185d. . . Auctioneer.
NEW GOODS ! HEW GOODS!
AND FOR SALE BY
Best glue, -Guarded
8. B. lanterns.
Tea trays, all sizes,
Cut tacks, clout nails.
Hard frame states,
hteel-point crow bars,
Iron and brass screws, asst'd,
Shoe nails, raw hides.
Hay forks, 2 and 3 tine,
Britannia tea and coffee pots.
Old Dominion coffee pots,
India rubber hair pins,
Black and white pins,
Spectacles, in cases,
Fancy vest buttons.
Rubber pencils, with leads,
IO lit cornice and curtain bands,
Cast-steel shovels, R- P.,
long-bul, K. IV,
Grind stones and crank.,"
Pick axes, sledges.
Tack and riveting hammers,
Mair rods, 11 hiuges,
Door locks, sash tools, -
Nests tin pails.
IBat and parlor balls,
India rubber cakes,
jLift and force pumps,
lEyelets, assorted darners,
Carpet tacks, leathered.
C. H. butcher knives, 5, 6, 8 Plastering trowels.
and 10 inch.
! Handled deck brushes,
.Rake and pick handles,
'lloe and sledge handles,
IShovel and spade handles,
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,
Center bead planes, .
Scythes and rifles,
Moulding and sash planes,
Gimlet bitts, Ceuter do,
Cast butts, loose and fast.
Brass lifting handles.
Bastard files, flat and round, .
Hat and cloak hooks.
Shoe punches and peg cutters.
p tore-door locks.
Brass and iron hooks and eyes,
'Steelyards, counter scales.
Butcher's meat hooks.
Geared wheel braces.
Iron braces and auger bitts,
Hunt's handled axes,
Turned pail ears.
English and Russia sheet iron,
Eagle plows, Nos. 1, 2 and 20,
Steel plows, two si-s,
Manure forks, planters' hues,
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.
Oil and scythe stones,
Casks roofing zinc.
ISweed's irons, 2 X ,
Corn shelters, harrows.
Ox Yokes and chains.
Trace chains, sickles,
Hand and beuch screws.
Bush scythes and snaiths,
Mahogany drawer knobs,
Powder, la 1 lb A i lb canisters,
Lime squeezers, egg beaters.
Fine single harness.
Bats, round and flat.
IBnys' garden spades.
W. W. brushes, wooden faucets, ltake kettles, chalk lines,
Molasses gates, graters,
Bed cords, fish lines.
Log lines, cotton lines,
Chopping knives, bread do,
Match and rabbit planes,
Hand wrenches, fl to 18 Inch,
Solar and study lamps.
(Looking glasses, Ac, Ac.
Dry Goods, &c.
White and blue cotton thread, 1
Dark prints, asst'd, English and
Heavy blue drills.
Extra heavy denims,
Watch-spring skeleton skirts,
Queen of Diamonds' skirts,
Extra do do do.
American diaper, Scotch do,
Pillow case cotton, 9-8,
4-4, 5-4 and 6 4 sheetings,
Small check Scotch gingham,
Irish linen, linen huckaback.
Green and blue barege.
Gents' linen cambric band'kfs,'
8-4 bl'd and bro. linen damask.
Ladies lisle and buck gauntlets. Gents' do do, fancy bordered,
Men's 44 44 'Skirt whalebones,
White and pink crape.
Asst'd brown taffeta ribbons,
Ladies' emb'd cottons, new style
Fine bleached cotton, undressed.
Brown cottons and 2 bush, bags,
Oiled silk, netting cord,
Black elastic belts,
Wide bed fringe,
Colored worsted braids.
Black velvet ribbons, asst'd,
Bales lamp wicking.
Plain and magpie mchea,
Fansy colored belts,
White and black spot lace,
Superior door rugs,
French zinc. In tin,
French yellow and blue.
Chrome green, lamp black,
Philadelphia lead, pure.
Verdigris and Paris green.
Red lead, dry,
Boiled linseed oil, w
Gold and silver leaf.
Boys' brown empire, bl'k wool,; Ladles' Leghorn flats,
brown Leghorn, silver grey, Brown bloomers and pedal Dais,
colored German, black
Silver grey and Leghorn jockiea.
and planters' hats,
Misses Leghorn flats.
Men's palm-leaf bats,
Drab and grey London caps.
Brown and silver grey bloomer.,
Mats Cassia currie powder, 'Cayenne pepper,
Haxall flour, new crop, In bbls, Crushed and granulated sugar,
44 44 44 44 in tins, Table salt, layer raisins,
Mauila cordage, 6, 9 and 12 thread ; do do 1 in., paper hangings,
hames, leather, buff envelopes, letter paper,
single bedsteads, calf skins,
A fall Aaoorlmrnt ( Ia dies'. Men's, Mia
and Children's Bwwts and Shnea.
F RESIT BUTTER !
CHESHIRE CHEESE !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE AR
rangements to receive per each trip of the Mary, from Ka
waihac, a full supply of the celebrated Waimea butter, from the
of Mr. E. Sparks of that place.
A small lot of very superior Cheshire- Cheese.
143-tf Hotel Street-
JUSt Received, ex Late Arrivals !
AND FOR SALE BY THE CADERSIGNED
First and Second Class Brandies, in wood.
First and Second Class do in bottle,
Best Geneva, in wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, in bottle,
Monougahla Whiskey, in wood and bottle,
Ale and Porter, of the favorite brands.
And the usual assortment of Wines and Liquors.
141- tf GODFREY RHODES.
Cigars ex "Hero!"
JUST LANDED AND FOR SALE AT J. T.
Waterhouse's Wholesale and Retail Fre IVoof Emporium
10,000 No. 1 Manila Cigars, twist ends,
200,000 No 2 do do do,
10,000 No. 3 do do do.
They are selling fast. Terms quick.
142- tf Apply to JOHN THOMAS WATERHOCSE,
To Visitors to the Volcano.
PARTIES INTENDING TO VISIT THE
present magnificent eruption of Wanna will do well to
make Kailua the starting point from which to ascend the mono
tain. At the store of Mr. John II. Travis, at the boat landing,
will be found all the necessary outfits for the trip such as sad
dles, horses, guides, fresh ground Kona coffee, (so necessary on
the mountain,) etc., etc. Mr. Travis facilities for furnishing
tbe above are unequaled, and his charges reasonable.
Honolulu, March, 1859. 141-2m
Tsa ! Tea ! Tea !
300 BOXES EXTRA FINE
Ourious Oolong X
Just received per brig 44 Hero,'
direct from Chin
for sale cheap by
ARRIVED PER BARK
ONE GRAND PARLOR PIANO FORTE,
1 fancy case do do do, 7 octaves
2 plush Music Stools,
1 rubber cover.
The above are from the manufactory of llallett k Camston, of
Boston. For sale by CH VS. BREWER. 2d. :
FOR SALE, JUST RECEIVED EX BARK
44 Sachem,'' 2 double-bank Melodeoni,
2 do reed do,
2 five-octave, piano styl-r.
The above from the manufactory of 8. D. k H. W. Smith, of
Boston. For sale by 135-tf CI1 AS. BREWER. 2d.
' 7 NUTMEGS!
O ATI Aft LBS. NUTMEGS, PER , - ADE-
rVf LAI DA,
for sale bv
C L. RICHARDS CO.
BRLS. BEST HAXALL FLOUR.
Just received per dipper ship 'Syren," .
ror sate ny
131-tf CHA8. BREWER, Sd.
' 140.tf - A. K. CLARK-
SPERM CANDLES I
Ag-LL INVOICE SPERM CANDLES,
per "Yankee" for sale by
., 142-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
r EXCHANGE FOR SALE.
TS"TTa YEMEN'S BILLS, OR BILLS DRATT
TV in sums to suit purchasers, on New Bedford, for r 1 7
143-tf . - V. C. WATAAJf t l .
3XAGIC LANTEf '
FEW OF TIIESr: L c r 2
received and for sale w"- ' '
144-lm ' i. .
BT JOHN F. COLBURN. ... .
, General Merchandise. -TO-MORROW
FRIDAT, APRIL Sf, a IO O'Clwck, A. M,
At Sales Room, wilt be sold.
Dry Goods, . Clothing, Boots and 8boes
Hats, " Shirts,
Glassware, Crockery ware,
tiroeeriea. Cider, Cap.
HOUSE LOT FOR SALE.
sTHAT DESIRABLE LOT OF LAND
, J ou Marine street, adjuining the premises of Caps. Joha
- Meek. For farther particulars ioquirs of -140-tf
. ; ... .... J. . COLBURV.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPERS
5 AND MAGAZINES. '
THE UNDERSIGNED U Agent to receive subscrip
tions throughout this kingdom for any of the following
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually on ths
arrival of each mail from tbe United States, when paid for In
advance. The following prices cover the Hawaiian, American
and British postages : l
Harper's Monthly Magazine (the sir phu ntra
i of Magazines) - - , - . $ 00
Atlantic Monthly Magaziue, ... - , . , .4 00
. Godey's Ladv's 44 - - - "00
Graham's Illustrated 44 - - 1. - ' " 6 0O
Leslie's Magaaine of Fashion, -. -i'tOO
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, - -t wOO
Knickerbocker . - - 6 00
Eclectic 44 - - ... A 10 00
Littel's Living Age, (weekly) .- I 00
Blackwood's Afagaxine, (EnglUh) - - . A 00
Blackwood and the 4 English Quarterlies, ' 1 00
Either of the 4 English . 44 . bO
Cnited States IlluotTHied Magaxioe, - - - ,.400
North American Review, (quarterly) - 5 00
De Bow's Review, (monthly) - . - - . wr
Dickens' Household Words. - ... .,- '. 0O
Hutching'. California Magazine,
j ENGLLSU NEWSPAPERS, r l
Loolon Illustrated News, (weekly) - - - $14 00
44 Evening Mall (tri-weekly of the London
Times) - - - - . 2 00
- 44 Punch, (weekly) - ; - - - - 8 00
44 Despatch, 44 - - - . U 00
Bell's Life in London, - - - - 14 00
London Weekly Times, - - - - - 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, . 10 00
French Courier des Etats Cnis, . . 150
New York Herald, (weekly) - 6 00
44 44 Tribune, 44 ' . . 3 .4 00
44 44 Times, " -" - - . ... 00
Leslie'. Hlustrated Newspaper, (weekly) ' 6 00
Ration's Boston Pictorial, .. - 1 ' ' 6 00
San Francisco Herald, . - - - -600
44 Bulletin, - - - 6 00
( . Ana California, - - - - - 00
44 44 Town Talk, - - ..- 00
Boston Journal, (weekly) . - - . 400
Willis Home Journal, - - - - 4 00
New York Independent, (weekly) - 4 00
Pluladelphia Evening Pot, 44 - - - . 4 00
Harper's Weekly Journal, - - 4 00
Life Illustrated, (a weekly family Journal) . . - ' 4 00
The Country Gentleman, do 44 . - . .' 4 00
New Bedford Mercury, - - - 4 00
44 44 81dp Us - - 3 00
Cultivator Magazine, (monthly, on farming) - 1 00
- Tbe above list comprises the cream of British and American
periodical literature, and will be supplied to subscribers bare at
the rates annexed to each periodical. Those taking several
periodicals will be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
are regularly received by each mail from the United Slates, and
can be supplied on application. Tbe undersigned will also order
bv mall any papers not In the above list forthosewhomay desire
them. (58-tf) II. M. WHITNEY.
ON SALE. BY RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
following choice assortment of Groceries, at the store of the
Preserves. Fresh raisins,
Fre'h apples, Fresh currants, In tins
Fresh quinces. Fresh oysters, ,.,
Fresh peaches, Fresh lobsters,
Fresh pears. Sardines.
Raspberry jam, . French capers, , - j
Cranberry jam, English pickles, , r
Strawberry jam, etc, etc, etc. English pie fruits,
Mincemeats, English sauoea,
Sage, English mustard, .
Sweet savory, French mustard.
Summer savory. Hops,
Curry powder, Soap,
Ground cassia, Tins of water, butter, sugar, oys-
Ground black pepper, ter, soda and wins crackers,
Whole do do. Smoked tarns. -
Pimento, Smoked herrings,
Ground cloves. Best Oolong tea,
Around eineer. Green corn.
Cream tartar. Crushed and loaf sugar,
8. C. soda. Ate, Ac,
N. B. Fresh Island Butter and Ground Coffee always 00
hand. (133-ly) H. McINTVRK.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WINES, .
LIQUORS and CIGARS, LAHA1NA, MAUI, begs
most respectfully to inform his friends and the resident public
generally, also masters and officers of vessels visiting Lahaina,
that he has made arrangements to receive regularly from the
U nited States and England, choice assortments of very best qua
lities of the above articles. Hi. stock at present comprises
Pure London Dock MarUsll Brandy,
, Otard, Dupuy A Co's do, ?
American Brandy, for shipping, in 6 and 10 gal. pkgs.
Old Monongahela Whiskey, In do do do.
Holland Gin, in cases, kegs and demijohns, . '.
Sherry and Port Wine, Claret Wine. Champagne,
Porter and Ale. in casks and cases.
Manila Cigar and Cheroots, Havana Cigars, and a complete as
sortment of the articles usually found in similar establlsh-
- ments In Europe and the United States.
N. B. Particular attention paid to putting up Stores for Ship
Jnst Received per "Syren !M:
BOSTON SUGAR-CURED II A MS,
Kits No. 1 mackerel, kits tongues and sounds,
Csses lard In tins, tierces Carolina rice,
Cases cod fish, cases corn starch,
Cases fine tobacco, cases water crackers, .
Cases water biscuits, cases wine biscuits, -'
Cases oyster crackers, cases butter crackers.
Cases ginger snaps, cases jumbtes,
Cases soda biscuits, cases sardines, qr bxs, .
Cases sardines, half bxs, currants and raisins.
Citron, lemon and orange peel,
Flavoring extracts. For sale at
131-tf 8. BAVIDGCS.
New Raisins! New Raisins!
fS- 136 DAYS FROM MALAGA! J5L
K h WHOLE BOXES RAISINS,
J A4F 50 hair no , ao,
Tbe best ever in this market. For sale by
Ice Cream ! Ice Crean !
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE HONOLU
LU ICE CREAM SALOON, wishes to Inform the public
that he has opened the above named Saloon, eo the corner of
Nvuanu and Chaplain streets, wners no wu 00 nappy 10 iur
nish tbem with the Bear Ice Cream that can be made, and with
reasonable notice will furnish Parties and Families with atten
tion and dlspatclu WM. H. HUDDY,
Just Received per Yankee !
HAMBLIN AND BAKER'S LOBSTERS
Uamblin nd Baker'. Fresh Peaches for sale cheap by
14241 SAMUEL 8AVIDGR.
FOR SALE CHEAP BT
NOTICE. , ..:
rmilE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEES
JL sl)lin.UVU UIAW luau VI sen. tt wwn suns n vsm .
HOLMES, hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to him to
make immediate payment and all persons having claims
against the same are hereby requested to present the sane to
R. O. Davis ; and he, the said Guardian, hereby forbids any
person trusting tbe said George Holmes, a. from this date tbe
aforesaid Guardian will pay no debt contracted by hna.
Honolulu, wee o, joao. ism ......
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
I nl llnka sv woml. tn Ml fiiw tnj brush ST STaSS. ST
to shoot or catch bullocks, or any wild animal, In any way. with
out my permlssioa, on any part 01 my una, wn ruuu.ii,
(uka,) and situated to the southward and westward of Puuooho,
Puuio, and aawauuu utucn.
Any person so trespassing, will be prosecuted la accordance
with the law.
JOUR r. rAB&KK. '
Hamakua, Hawaii, Feb. 1, 1859. 13-ia .
. NOTICE :
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I HAVE AP
oointed James W. Austin, of Honolulu, as my Agent, with
rwefswaw.'-; .:-' ':':. zi
Honolulu, March 14, wm. , i;i-oi; v. a. sjwa.
. . FOR 8 A LIS I
JUST RECEIVED PER BRIBfrCOTlMAH.
Irosa Loodoa, the celebrated and well-kaoww GcbbIbs
r.J. n-k Bhtfrrrw sasad Pair Wine, from
Tuke, Holdsworth k Co la 1 dos packages. These purs and
unadulterated wines an particularly adapted for the of p-
sons m weak health and au those who wn te preserve wmr
health. For sale by
141 8m E. H0FF8CHLAEGER 8TAPENII0R8T.
JARVES WORKS. -
SCENES AND SCENERY-! Sf
Kiana, a Romance of Hawaii $1 25 ',
. Italian Sights and Principles Ulustrstad ?
French Bights and Principles, f rota, lUnstrated $2 69
. For sale by
143-ta - r H. M. WHITNEY.
AMEH0TYPE k DAGUERREAN GALLERY?
1LP and PUOTOGaVAPHS. T3. W. taOEBE,
poa SALE ARRIYED PER BARH
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I i.. h, riaittri - CHAR, kc WKR. 2d.
CUAKT8 OF IIAVTAII :
mix, price so CErrs.miin-
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