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.,.i'f the " Frances Palmer."
fcTor;te picket arrived last evening at dusk,
ae of ',0,n Faanciaco, bring.
lP Uter. dates from that city, and a few
Hm Sew York by telegraph and overland
r . f oar correspondent Nuuanu." which
fuuf gives about all that there is of in-
.j .w ti Sickles trial at Washinztoo
ij by an acqu'
I i 00 tnre charges, and recom-
Ll tr the Jnrj the E,ercT r the nrt-
I , town of any vessel that was likely to
,Kij port soon afier the Palmer, but as a
' iaa about Jpne 1, it is not improbable that
mT be induced to bring our mail down.
L PtosPSXT- We learn with pleasure that
(W. j-any, returned from San Francisco in
Vif r bringing ail ine apparatus ana pipes
I Jif the immediate wmwuemra vi gas into
Europe, dates are to the 16th of ApriL The
emt,rc 11 thftt haJ transpired :
V -ninJd Sr the consideration of the con-
very "'"" &
r . ' The London JVJrtcs says it is just as
L ht Congress may prepare and embitter
I , -. br telegmph from London to Liv-
I i mm fc-Hu1" : Tlie Paris correspondent of the
'frRiice, u. ,nat England. France, Russia,
a..j Ciplini shall recognize the double elec-
tl'onm Austria and Turkey to Btand aUtof.
f r.it Piris correspondent describes the as.
V iJiirs s sombre as to justify the renunci-
L'U bop o p-
L tiho3in(l more troops had arrived at Mar-
.V correspondent says that Lord
ld 'Count Walewski, after a long discussion,
f, ,-.! with the conviction that very serious
yt Of opinion exist net ween r rauw ami i-ng-rM
min boats for the Adriatic are ordered
t"id ready at Cherbourg without delay.
i;ct4t Eastern Steamship. Active measures
L a en zres for the completion of this noble
f r - - i
car banareil wornmen, in various oranenre,
bten eniged. It is expected that the vessel
r!v Cr a trial trip -during the month of
t Her firt trip will be to the middle of the
jt tad bjck.
V.nJcn Times announces the creation of three
WnJ s its it is a very legitimate act on the
f Lwi Derby, before resigning oCSce, to recom-
tbeQ'in errtam gentlemen or nis own
i fcNtion to the peerage. The new peers are
.ts. M.rsin, of Tredegar; .Mr. Egerton, of
I C'awliire ; and Col. George Wyndham. of
Jl There was alao to be a promotion or Lora
i Mowers to the ranks of the Baronetcy.
krcat census ofb, it appears that in that
-v there are nJ thousand six hundred
.rtecn men who have, altogether, no less than
a&oiinJ nine hundred and seven ty-three wives,
me onlv oDe wife each; some have a dozen
kai Erigbam Young has over, forty.
Sas Fiiirrjisco, May 24, 1859.
V5 : The political campaign is Curly open
B "billing," "wire Dulling." and every
J chicanery is duly inaugurated. The can
fcr the Governorship are Weller, Denver,
b tad Xazeat. Gov.' Denver resiguei his
t u frjv. of Kansas, and came out here under
Lpiws of Senator Gwin and other leading
a. with the promise of the democratic nomin-
tr Governor, at the coming election. But his
i Lrsaken him, and turned round in favor
Weller. who has received the regular deroc-
pxtnlnatkn, and will probably be re-elected.
It the v'issicitudes of political life ! Mont
itreet is crowded with politicians from morn
ai,;liL The political Aire in the democratic
f the Xational" olBce has ttcarmul lately;
pe activity and bustle.
V:jraph frgm Genoa, we have exciting news
l Lke City. The Mormons are represented
X ia t-pen rebellion again, having taken up
btinrt the C. S. Authorities, and seized the
s fiirt. The Governor had called out the
quell the distaswaoce. Further advices
it interesting locality may be expectel in a
teamer Sinta Cruz, from Mazatlan a few
V brought up thirty-six Mexicans of rank.
f resaaiera for Dolitical offences. The Santa
li4 Surprise brought up, together, about half
Ji-xican dollars, for export to China.
astVlrices from British Columbia are not
snny'ng, and emigration thither from 'this
ihoot eeae-L Gold is foan 1 in moderate
f ir up the Fraser and Thompson rivers;
'irons are so high there that it takes more
miner can earn to live.
?oM:.her of the Evening Bulletin. Messrs.
i:aganl Simonton were arreste'l week ago,
lUhin; tbe confession of Mrs Sickles, at
pan. The arrest was made under the recent
apprewin obacene publications. While it
"toi by all that the matter alia led to ought
:ebe?a published, yet this prosecution is
1 a political move; and it was evidently
'! fcr political our noses. Messrs. G. and S.
fM4 iVfi e.wh. They have appealed to a
7-one mature rizzcl Tes3els, many of them
hfroa Extern ports, entered our harbor on
1 13th inst. Our wharves present a very
.rwaace. beinz.mostlr crowdeL Freights
tlkw anl charters scarce. Several clippers
en lyinz ia nort sometime, waiting for
ping to turn up.' while the majority return
feOlMt. Late advices from China state tu
? Irge fleet tf ships were awaiting cargoes,
a poor orosoect of success.
Pia sognr is steadily increasing in faTOT In
tfset, and it is now held in much higher es-
!a the China No. 1. Hawaiian coffee has
Pounced Dj excellent judges, to be quite
hva coffee, fhe arrival of a cargo of Rio.
m,uw ij.) during the present weez, o
that irt'i.ia r.n r 191 eta. Oats
I --wt v sAa a a viu zm
rJ are brinz boazht nk rg quantities
rn to Australia.
is some talk nf ntimv nn m. brilliant recep-
r be Japanese Ambassadors, who are shortly
P aa city on their way to Washington.
t eiinnev if r ; wl wm1c
Tork, bringing two large elephants, which .
iu iu iu im Kiij linn
fcniia to e the elenhant." will have an
N'J to do to.
I F"k, Ute of Honolulu, ia about atarting a
b paper in this city, to be called Le
- The Doctor has been writing a series of
Anecdotes" for the-Ito lately, which do
k'Kt Hawaiian life and manners in as favor
I!Cht as they might.
is eonai.JerabU opposition nt steam-boaUng
1 crameiito River now-a-days. One night
the stearaer Prince was ran into by the
" tTMtt, in a atoagh of the river, and the
1 f the foraaer was shot at and wounded by
from the deck of the latter. The Pri
A Urge freight, and over foar hundred ps
ad as the boats are 'owned by diCsrent eom
' are strong aaspleioas of fowl play. The
1 are of the opinion that the collision was
'ly by the captain of the Martin VTl'li.
rUod saail has arriveX at 8an Josa. ' Tj
,P U b reported tiat tha Bcklea trial H
& is eoBcladed rsaaluag in the aoqsittzl
SckUa. .,:-. f Nwtxasw.
Queen Victoria has to ut Tm ' I" '
There is no franking privilegringSnd.1
The name of the Washington Union has been
cnanged to the Constitution. been
AaManJt0? Nebraska forJul'y.
S 00O . , Ptemb?r emb". in the formw
5o0,000 acres, and in the latter 4.333.OQ0 acres..
Gazzsniea cave the nr nf U..... cinnn
nchof Havana gave her a great deal more.
NanS?-90 8?aran J5w in United States
"gh"ighl mannea".. Thetotal.nttmb- of vessels
A.Gla8?0W Paper says one thousand cab and
Sf, "Jm a annual,y ven to death in the
cuy or Glasgow.
thl1 V7p0!!?.th-at m0Temen on foot whereby
the whole of Mexico is to be incorporated into the
republic of the United States.
rjL?7 entfm of South Carolina,, who
recently died, cut offhis family with a mere piitance
12?J- hdn? thousand dollars to a religous
y, v . he,rB he determined to "break the
will, iT there is law enough in the State to do it."
A young lady in Troy, N: Y.i had her ears pierced
ana placed in them colored worsted, from the effects
of which she died. The " anthortities " Bay that no
danger can arise from piercing the ears, provided
silk, or silver wire, be placed in the orifices.
During a late thunder-storm near Columbia, Ohio,
as a farmer's family were eating dinner, a stroke of
lightning broke every crockery dish on the table and
melted some of the metal ones, without in the least
injuring any of the household.
There were sixty-three thousand eight hundred
and eighty-eight deaths in London durine the last
year enough to sweep off the entire population of a
good-sized city. The births, for the same nerinrt
were eighty-eight thousand six hundred and twenty;
being an excess overhe deaths of nearlv twontv.fi.
McCormick's Reaper Works C. TT Tp
has a colossal Reaper Manufactory in Chicago, and
he has made a colossal fortune out of an invention
which has proved of vast importance to the agricul
tural interests of the crain erowine States. Mrr
mick commenced the manufacture of Reapers and
Mowers in Chicago in 1845, and he now constantly
employs 200 hands. The average sales of Machines
from 1848 to 1854 were near 1.600: in 18
reached 2.500. in 1856 about 4,000, and in 1858
they were 4.500. The material used for the stock of
Reapers now in readiness for the season of 1859. ia
estimated at 8137,957. The Reaper Works conmripe
five brick buildings of from two to fiyje stories each.
FHOTOORArHIC CCEIOSITIES. Mr. Amadio. fif
Throgmorton street, London, has produced by photo
graphy a view of Westminster bridze. with the Houses
of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, within a space
Tint vr. . tk. n U t . 1 ,t A 1 . 1 t
. .... . iimu mcrjcui i wuntitu uwuie. .lUDOUg!l
the elements of the landscape cannot be distinguished
by the naked eye, under a microscope of ordinary
power the photograph represents a broad view in
which every feature is plainly brcuzbt out. The
same gentleman has published the portrait of a youth.
wmcu is on ly just larger than a neeuie s point, but
when magnified is as perfect as any conceivable like
The deepest coal pit in Great Britain, and probably
in the world, has, after twelve years' labor, been
completed and opened at Dunkinfield. Cheshire.
The shaft of this pit is six hundred and eighty-six
ana a hair yards ieep. ana the sinking or it cost
nearly one hundred thousand pounds.
An Ohio paper sjits there is an Austrian exile in
Cleveland, in that State, who, though in "destitute '
circumstances." has a diamond brooch worth five !
thou and dollars, which he will not part with because !
it has neen in his family over a hundred years. If,
he does not keep it close, some lizht-fineered gentle- j
man may get hold of it, who will not entertain any !
such reverential family scruples in regard to making ;
immediate practical use of the jewel. j
Park Benjamin, speaking of the hospitality of the j
three principal cities of the United States, says : "In
New VoTk it is dinners and drinks. In Philadelphia !
they treat you well, with a good letter of introduce !
tion. In Boston they pay you zreat attention, and j
then shove a business card into your hand." j
A man living near Nashville, who h:id been absent !
in California some three years, on coming home re-
cently, found a babe only a few months oi l lying in j
the cradle. With a cruelty utterly diabolical, he at
once cut off the infant's ears, to avenge his wounded j
honor." The screams of the little sufferer called in j
the family, when the infuriated man learned that the j
child belonged to a neighbor who was visiting his '
wife; and he had to flee -to escape lynching. j
Kossuth ix the Field Aoaix. GallitfnanCs J
.Messenger of a late date, gives the following as the j
extract of a letter dated Genoa. January 27th : ' I
I can positively assure you thatKossuth, whom I j
know personally, arrived here yesterday, with three !
other Hungarian refuzees. from Nice. He has come I
under the name of Clarke, with a passport from
Paris, where he had stopped for some time. While j
at Paris and at Nice, he had, it is said, interviews
with several Hungarians, who are anxious to take j
advantage of the Italian complications to excite fresh ;
agitation. Kossuth, it is also stated, has with him
a gre-it number of proclamations, intended to induce
the desertion of the Hungarian troops in the Lom-hardo-Venetian
kingdom. He has since left for
Koath has no dubt been watching for months
past the uncertain condition of European affairs. If
Louis Napoleon should strike for Italian liberty, he
would mnke another effort ror the restoration of the
king lorn of Hungary. But whatever the disposition
of the Emperor or France, the Fren:h pvople them
selves do not seem disposed to venture upon all the
risks of another terrible conflict They have suffered
so much in times gone by, that they are far more
disposed to bear the eviU of the existing system, than
to venture upon all the hazards of a struggle with
The aemi-omsfal journals of Paris continue their
nsulting re.orks on the s nailer German States.
The Military Fobce or Ecropeax Nations.
The following statement is published in the Commer
cial Union t ,n twerp, of the naval and military
forces of the principal governments of Europe.
France. Army (effective force on June 1, 18o9.j
672 400 men, 1C8 field batteries. Navy, 417 vessels
of war; S00 sailing, 117 steam, 27,000 marines. -
(rmr. R70.477 men: of which 520,400
infantry. 70.300 cavalry. 50,202 artillery, 11,116,
engineers and staff, U.217 pontoniers. ravy, 1UJ
TC!i-r?aW-Arn.y. 523.000 men, of which 410 000
are of the active army and Landweher or first ban ,
115,000 Landweher cf the second ban. Navy, 00
vessels-of war, 3.500 marines.
Britain. Army, 223.000 men. including those
di Wed in the colonies- Navy, COO vessels of war;
S09 sailing. 251 steam. 40 ships of the line, carrying
17.201 guns and 00,500 sailors.
Jtvuia. Army. 1.067.G00 men. including the
reserve and 226.000 irregulars. Navy, 17 vessels.
62.000 mariners and gunners. t
rrAy.-Army, 178.000 men; reserve 1.680,
irregulars 61.000. different contingents 11 J.UW
Navy. 70 vessels, S8.000 mariners.
A . rum none establishment;
Una in. Armjr, 4o,---' , '
0,600, war establishment. Navy 410 vessels.
1 S OOO marines.
Sardinia. Army, 50,000 men.
Navy, 40 vessels,
2-aiSM.-Army. 100,000 men. of which
10.000 are Swiss, Navy 60 vessels; 12 sailing. 28
.m.r. lOOcannonier (gun boats?) 5, 62 sailors.
C055ECT-DE Coot." A considerable number oj
.so. happening to be in Pans on the 4th of
July with many other Americans, we agreea to ceie
hrafe" the day" by a dinner at the Hotel Maurice.
There wl seventy-two of us in all. We had but one
TlTifwasM-De Tocqueville. who had then
Sred himself famous by bis great, wo pon
Democracy in America. During the of
eVenmg. after the cloth had been removed and
soehffV.ng had commenced, some gentleman alluded
.fjilZlfto the fact that he was born in Connec-
CConnect -de-coot!" exclaimed Monsieur de Toc
ouevSTas he suddenly rose with , th.
. Frenchman. " Vy, messieurs, I vill tell you, via
ttemof de president, of this 'estiv-jon
tJLTlestorr. and ven I will give you von grand
Tnt to thVt leetle State you call Connect de
SS Von 6 Vn I vas in dellery of de Houseof
J.t;f I held von map of de Confederation m
Repre5ientat. lnel.i von . P t dat dey
my banO. -r- 'VV ,dby de Constitution, he
malted to S?SSSI rnW
. 1 j
lature. But vonce more ven 1 makede a""
!iW of de Senator. X find dat nine of de Senator
aTboni in Connect-deeoot. ,80 den. gentlemen. I
leetle speech; now I will give 7u my
"eutV?Jn; Wtle yellow spot dat makes
. meddles, de scbooUnaster, an de senator.
De ft Sf yon time; de second tell yon yat you do
Sd h?m.?nd7de sird. make your Uw and jnrji
Ltion"and 'then as he h
amidst roars ef Uugbter b IB?I Frcb-
cUimed. .e lb. top of hi. 'JSSooTt' mt
Con""-" -."- " J S.n.lor
the- F reach
- " ; . J Treaty. ' f ,' .,
' .. t ' ' "tbakslatioh.J 1 t ' "
' v ' Howolclc, 16th Hay, 1859, 1
Mission of France to the Hawaiian la. '
10. 6. Monsieur Mixistes: I had the honor to
utrant to the Government of the Emperor the addi-
rwie aaxea 4th September last, which I bad
-wpiwi aa referendum. and which your Uovern
I'UnJLh,i desired to see added to the Treaty signed on
the 20th of October. 1Rfi7. --
This Treaty, freely consented to by the respective
Plenipotentiaries, clothed with the pure and simple
ratification of the Emperor on the 20th March,
looo, eoma not any longer be modified. It is with
painful surnriae that m (u.
Jnsieur Minister, request successively in 1857 and
1858, either the substitution of their Convention with
England for the Treaty of the 29th of October, or to
subject iU ratification to the adoption of an additional
article destined to nullify several of the most essen-
provisions or our last diplomatic act.
The interests of France and of England in the Hi
waiian Archipelago are of a different nature; there
is the fact the forget fulness of which cau alone ex
plain the act of 4th Sentemher. 1858.
Thus it is that the 10th Article of the Treaty of
-ijin uciooer, which consecrates a principle estab
lished in 1839 and maintained in 1846, which ren
ders inapplicable to a Frenchman, the law of the
20th June, 1851, renders also inadmissible the first
paragraph of the proposed additional act
So it is also that the second paragraph of the same
act which tends to subject France, in regard to the
usage of her language in the HawaiianIslands, to a
treatment different from that of England, is equally
The Government of the Emneror does not under
stand the utility of the provision claimed in the third
paragraph of the additional article, since the 17th
Article of the Treaty 13 restrictive, and that it is im
possible to deduct from it, by induction, other pro
vi8iss than those which are there especially deter
mined. Nor can it more admit the radical modifica
tions which the final provision of the 4th paragraph
of the same act would consecrate. The intervention
of the local authorities in the administration of
French inheritances ought to be strictly confined
within the limits prescribed by the 20th Article of
ine same Treaty.
The essential object of the 14th Article is to pre
vent simulations of flag, whilst that of the 5th para
graph of the additional act, is on the contrary, to
favor them; that difference in the intention of the
two contracting parties renders this last paragraph
To resume, the requests contained in the additional
article of the 4th September, 1858, are in complete
opposition' to the letter and spirit of the Treaty itself.
They migUt injwre in a notable manner the interests
in view of which the negotiation was commenced; it
is in consideration of these motives that the Govern
ment of the Emperor has charged me to notify yours,
Monsieur Minister, that it Tcbnsiders it as impossible
to welcome such modifications.
uesirous, notwithstanding, sl giving a new evw
dence of the conciliatory spirit which animates it,
my Government has authorized me to declare, here,
1st. That the 10th Article of the Treaty which
maintains the privilege (tuaranteed to Frenchmen,
by the Conventions of 1839 and 1846, has not, in
any way, for its obiect, to interfere in the detail of
the internal regulations of the trade in wines and
liquors in the Hawaiian Islands.
2nd. That the exemption granted to the Consuls
of France by the 17th Article eha!l not be extended
bevond their appearance before the Courts of Justice
as witnesses; and will not excuse them from appear
ing as parties.
3rd. That Article 20th ought to be understood in
the sense that it does not grant to Consuls, who are
engaged in busine:s, the right of administering to
successions of intestate persons.
In the view of the Government of the Emperor,
this last proof of their moderation authorizes them to
hope that no new difficulty will arise on the subject
of an act now become definifive by the exchange-of
ratifications, and which is soon to be promulgated in
France, that it may regularly become executory.
This notification closes, so far as I am concerned,
the negotiation of the Treaty of20th October, 1857;
it renders useless the opening of any new conference,
the draughting of any new document ; Ionly await
for the official adhesion which I pray you to transmit
to me in the name of your Government, Monsieur
Minister, to announce to that of the Emperor, that
the international engagements reciprocally contracted
are going to be faithfully executed.
Accept the new assurance of the high consideration
with which I have the honor to be, Monsieur Minis
ter, Your very humble
and obedient servant.
The Consul, Commissioner and Plenipotentiary A
H. I. L, .
(Signed) Em. Pebsin.
j Monsieur R. C. Wtilie, Minister of Foreign Af
faire, &c, &c, &c, Honolulu.
Department or Foreigx Relations,
Honolulu, May 26, 1859. J
No. 5. Sir: ' Having submitted to the King in
His Cabinet, and" also to His M ijesty iu His Privj
Council of State, your Despatch No. 6 of the 16th
instant, I am authorized to reply that the King's
Government gives its adhesion to the Treaty of Octo
ber 20th, 1857, and hereby declares its unconditional
ratification thereof, without the proposed additional
Article, from the 8th day of September, A. D. 1858.
The King's Government understand, that in con
formity with the wishes of the Imperial Government,
expressed through you as their Plenipotentiary, in
your said despatch, the official notification of adhe
sion now made, closes all negotiations and conferences,
at the Kinga Court, in regard to the said Treaty,
which they hope may wVk- practically to the equal
honor and advantage of both nations.
I have only to add that I shall ever be willing to
co-operate with you to secure that result, so desirable
for both countries; and that I pray you to accept the
renewed assurance of the high respect and considera
tion with which I have the honor to be,
Your most obedient humble servant,
R. C. Wyllir.
MoNstEra Lns Exile Pet.ris,
Consul, Commissioner and Plenipotentiary of H. I.
M. Napoleon III., Emperor of the French.
New Cats !
K. aw SACKS OATS Pr FRANCES PALMER.
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' PER DARK FELIX."
OYSTERS. A SUPPLY OP THOSE VERY
unrrior Baltimore Oy steri, tn 2 lb tins. J ust rwivwl and
for.a!eby (154-31 C. A. fc II. F. KWK.
A Ilallt LOCKET BREASTPIN, and
. huh mtirm.K'P.
Wiich can be procured by application at our countiDg-room, ami
m- isxs OK GOLD AND SILVER COINS, AS
WLA dcprei-tated by the lnte action of the Chamber of Commerce
poncardlijcenueach. For g by
PASTURAGE AT WAIMAXALO !
THE IT D ERSIC X ED WILIi KB-
ceive Hore at aimanaio, uu guruvc u
of rare, at 1 per mouth.
JKMm JOnX A. CUMMINGS.
T HAVE APPOINTED JAMES V. AUSTIN
M. OT Agent, under Power of Attorney, to act for me during
bTUST RECEIVED BARRELS IIUDSOX
J CKMENT-For saie b, g y
SI-CAR AXD MOLASSES. FROM THE
VoU 1859. from the Brewer Plantation, now coming in.
15a3m CUAS. BRKWtK, 2d.
FREXCH GREEN PEAS-For by
RESII GREEN CORN-Forsateby
aENCH PRUNES-IN 6 AND IO-LB
Una, for u 07 j .
SUPERIOR FAMILY TEA.
HALF CHESTS BLACK TEA.
Imrial do do, lOlbboxea,
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iTHNETTS COCOAIXE V
vmr. PROMOTIXC THE CROWT11 AND
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ti-f . - , -
. NOTICE. At the' Annual Election of Xngtarera of the
Honolulu Fire Department, held tn accordance with tha Law
regulating the H. F. on the first Monday in June, the follow
ing; were elected lor the earning year : . .. r
B. GILLILAND.. Cau Kscuaia. -
, O. CLARK In Ant. Erania.
R.NKTILLK. 2d Asst. Cscnma.
R. K. Wakeman, I J. Bmithiea,
, . lM-lt A. J. McCaodka,
Judge of Kkicttnna.
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THE
ROYAL SCHOOL wiU take place on FRIDAY, the' 10th Instant,
at 9 o'clock. A. M. The ANNUAL EXHIBITION will take
place on TUESDAY, the 14th instant, at H o'clock, P. M-, at
the School-bouse. The public are invited to attend. ' 154-It
HONOLULU RIFLES, ATTENTION!
The Member of the above Company are hereby notified
that, after this date, notices for drills will not be Issued
Regular Drills will be held at the Armory of the Corps
aSM EVERT SATURDAY, at 7, o'clock, P. SI. Per order:
JOHN H. BROWN,
F. C. KRUGER. ; Captain.
Head Quarters, Honolulu Rifles,
April , 1459. i
HONOLULU R. A. CHAPTER Vnder Dispen
sation from the General Grand Chapter of the United States of
America, will hold its Regular Meetings on the Third Thursday of
every month, at the Hall of the Lodge "La Process ds L'Ock
asic." l&J-tf 1 V Per Order II. P.
A. F. St A. M. La Process bk L'Ociakik Lodge, No.
124, under the Jurisdiction of the 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 the old Lodge Room, in King
street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
August 18. 60-tf J. O. CARTER, Secretary.
POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT. No. 1,
L O. O. F. Under the jurisdiction of the R- W. G. Lodge of the
United States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are
held on the 1st and 3d FRIDAY EVENINGS of each month
Resident and visiting members are respectfully Invited to attend.
Per Order. C. P.
Uonvolulu, Nov. 10, 1858. . 124-tf
a 11 1 1
Any Mast who profeaaca to understand all
trades aud sciences, assumes to Impose an absurdity upon
the public On the same principle, any medicine which pro
fesses to cure all diseases, is unworthy the slightest confi
f dunce, and should at once be denounced as a qunck nostrum.
The Gnefenberg Family Medicines do not assume to cure all
diseases with one remedy. They haveelveen different medicines,
each adapted to Its peculiar disease 5 and time has proved, be
yond a question, the efficacy and certainty of these preparations.
Their list comprises the following medicines : j,
Grjefenberq Vegetable Pills;
vMarsiiall's Uterine Catholic-ox;
G REEEN BERG SaRSAPARILLA ;
Grjefenberg Pile Remedy :
GrjEfenberg Dysentery Syrcp ;
Green Mountain Ointment;
Grj:fenberc Chjj-dren's Panacea ;
G R.EFENBERG CONSUMPTIVE BaLM ;
Clt rrfvRRitn Fve LoTION :
Gr-efenberg Fever and Ague Remedy;
Gn-FifVRF.Ra Health uitters:
Grfenberg Manual of Health;
For sale by 8- PORTER FORD,
Oeneral Aeents. REDIXGTON CO.
122-Om Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
Grsefcnberx Fever and Ague Pilla. A
speedy and positive cure for this distressing complaint.
These pills are composed principally or Quinine, with other
vegetable tonics, anti-spasmodic, and febrifuge articles.
Thousands have been permanently cured by their use.
GR.SFEXBEUQ CONSUMPTIVE'S BALM.
Sovereigu in all Bronchial and Pulmonary Diseases. It is be
yjud all juestion, true that Consumption Is a curable disease,
and the Consumptive's Balm Is the best curative ever used.
GR-EFENBERG HEALTH BITTERS.
These Bitters are skillfully and elegantly prepared from a
number of invigorating healthy roots, barks, herbs aud wines.
An invaluable tonic and health restorer.
The Grsefetiberg Medicines) are for sale by
S. PORTER FORD,
General Agent, BEDIXGTON 4 CO,
122-6m Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco.
FROM 3-4 TO 1 3-4 INCH.
HEMP CORDAGE 1 1-2 to 7 1-2 inch.
BLOCKS Assorted sizes.
Rosin, Bright Varnish,
Coal Tar, Black armsh.
151 tf For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE.
Just Received per " Yankee."
WHITEWASH BRUSHES, CALIFOR
nia ground ginger, in glass;
California ground sage, in glass,
Hamlin & Baker's oysters,
Fresh peaches, in syrup, -
Fresh strawberries, In glass.
Green corn, fresh honey, fresh apples, citron peel.
151-tf For sale by II. W. SKVEKAXCB.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
the undersigned :
Assoited jellies, fresh apples, preserved peaches.
Green corn, pit-served hooey, mince meat in tins.
llanvlin At Baker' oysters, salmon in tins.
Assorted jams, assorted pie fruits, hams, cheese,
Water cr.ckers, pearl sago, French peas In 1 lb tins.
Sardines, lurd, Carolina rice, split peas, raisins.
Currants, citron peel, Mackie's assorted biscuits,
Tea cakes, candles, lozenges, assorted sauces.
N. B. Kreab Bolter, Ground Pepper, and a general as
sortment of Groceries constantly on hand.
$2.$l T. M0SSMAN k 80S.
PAINTS AND OILS.
PURE SXOW-WHITE ZINC IN OIL,
Pure Enplish white lead.
Pure American white lead,
Turpentine, chrome yellow,
Ultra .Ttarine blue.
151.tf . For sale by II. W. SEVERANCE.
Just Received per ,k Yankee!"
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
CHEAP, wholesale and retail :
Superior blue flannel shirts.
Best quality hickory shirts,
Best blue denims.
Bleached cotton, fr family nse.
White flannel, pure wool, for do.
Irish Linen, in 15-16 yards Pieces.
Superior black broadcloth, wide,
Brown linen table covers.
Gents sup. grey merino half-hose.
Gents' calf sewed shoes.
Boxes, 2u ibs each, Hunter's
Tobacco, etc., etc., etc.
15l$t Vos HOLT fc HECCK.
A ssorted jellies, ci tron,
Uamblin & Baker's oysters,
Bbls Carolina rice,
For sale by C. L. RICHARDS A CO.,
Kaahumanu street, In stone store, formerly
151tf occupied by Messrs. Krull & Moll.
CIGARS X CIGARS I
GENTLEMEN WISHING GOOD CIGARS,
can procure them at the - Harbor Coffee Saloon." foot of
Nuuanu street, wh-re tbey will find a choice assortment of Faacr
Brands, just received ex " Frances Palmer"
Havana and Mani'a Cigars.
Aromatic and Porto liico Smoking Tobacco.
145.tf N0LTE & KECGER.
f tX LB. BOXES CRUSHED SUGAR,
9U Half bbls do do,
S. I. brown sugar,
California coffee sugar. . ..
151-tf For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE.
ASES HALF-GALL.ON PICKLES,
uases quarts, cnsiisn p
151f For sale by II. W. SKYMiAtll.
ROYAL HAW. AGRICUL. SOC. GARDEN.
PEACH-STONES (FRESH) WASTKO-I
will pay ONE DOLLAR per hundred. e left
at the officTof this paper. q62-tf) HOLSTEIS.
ONE AND 2-LB TINS HAMBLIN fc BA
kert oysters; 1 and 2-1 b tins Hatablia it Baker's lohster'
Ulf For sale by S. 8AVIDGE.
CASES 8-LB TINS FRESH APPLES-Jne
151 ,-rnkee,, - t0t "X'bT 8. SAVIDGE
. . PIE FRUITS.
ASES. ON4 DOZEN. PIE FRUITS Just re
ceivel and for sate ry loi-uj . m.i.
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. r-
EA it PERR1NS WORCESTERSHIRE
aLi Saoce, Just received per Tankee," and tr sate by-
x, 141-tf . . . ' .V B. SAVIDUE.
TOtsn PEACHES 2-LB TINS-lW W .by
Ja? lal-tf- - , . t y ( 8ATIDaV .
f . . FE'CK POSTS S ' - '.i
1 ."T "TAMAN1 FENCE POSTS-fOftfALnCT
1 J 1H - CHAS- liLA v
f f : .1.- . , .' t;, ' ''
r iEDias quick; f
NEWLY CAUGHT !
FOR SALE AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
TREAT St LI NS LEY'S MELODIANS,
.. ' : New IIavev, Conn.
.UNSURPASSED FOR SWEET-
ness, richness and promptness of tone. All
ttt i ll their varieties furnished at the American retail
" nriees i
No. 1 5 octave, scroll legs..; ...$75
2 6 octave, scroll leps VO
8 jxctave, piano style 100
"e, piano, serpentine.............. 110
Jte, piano, fancy serpentine......... 125
60 obcare, piano style...... 125
- 7 Organ melodian, double bank.. ISO
1 Freight and duties to be added. For further particulars,
please address D. D. BALDWIN,
14-6m Lahstiam, Mstsii.
CHESHIRE CHEESE !
rjlIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS MADE AR-
W rangements to receive per each trip of the Mary, from Ka
waihae,a full supply of the celebrated Walmea butter, from the
of Mr. E. Sparks of that place.
A small lot of very superior Cheshire Cheew.
143-tf Hotel Street.
MYERS' DAIRY !
Rrstlarlr receired and caaatanlly for aalo by
ED. KEMP, Hotel street,
145-Sm Opposite National Hotel.
Just Received per Brig "Aloha,"
AND OTHER -LATE ARRIVALS, AND
offered for sale by the undersigned, vis:
Twilled hickory and blue and pink striped regatta shirts,
Parisian white and printed bosom shirts,
Figured buckskin, nankinet and satinet pants.
Black Orleans sack coats, cotton and silk umbr-iuas,
Eau de Cologne,
- And MscassarolL
Muller's Celebrated Pale Ale!
Claret, Haul Barsac, Champagne, Turpentine and linseed oil,
Olive Oil, superior German Blacksmith's Coal,
Swedish and Englisfc Bar iron, assorted sizes,
Sbeet-leail and Lead Pipe, Guns, Rides, Gunpowder and Shot,
143-tf ED. H0KF3CHLAEGER STAPENH0R3T.
SALT!. SALT! SALT!
MANUFACTURED AT THE
rVULOA SALT WORKS!
nMHE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR-
W nish to Butchers and Packers, in the lanrest quantities, a
very superior article, EQUAL TO THE BKST IMPORTED
SALT, and at a price to Defy C'emprtitioa I For terms
apply to DANIfcL MONTGOMERY,
J4tj-tr fuuioa can n or..
Per " Polynesia " ind " Yankee "
. . VIA TJlfci LblUMUSI.
Sill nd SHOES, includiiiff an assortment of those justly
fly celebrated BENKERT'S BOOTS. A fplendid aasort-
W ATa sT ' tn flll.1 KI'Uli'UIIIU
IIITJllli VI a.lIilMtrii a PlI'Kn, vuimivu T?
hosiery; OIL B1ACKING, a new article; Miller's leather pre
servative, etc. (151-tf) At the BRICK. SHUB STORK.
FOR SALE ARRIVED PER BARK
ONE GRAND PARLOR PIANO nim t.
1 fancy case do do do, 7 octaves
2 plusn music exoois, -1
mhher cover. -
The above are from the manufactory of Hsllett ft Cnmston, of
Boston. For sale by DUiS. uut tB.aa.
F3R SALE. JUST RECEIVED Ei BAKK
u Sachem," 2 doublj-bank Jlelodeons,
2 do reed no,
2 fiveictave, piano style.
Tlie above from the manufactory of S. D. & H. W. Smith, of
Boston. For sale by ll3o-tfl UHAS. UKtn UK. fti.
RIPPING. PAXXKL AXlt MKAA saws.
twrwh nlanea. shoe brushes, fine carvers, fine scissors.
scrub brushes, brass hinges, top mauls, auger bits, saw files,
spoke shaves, ship adzes, shovels, wrought nails, etc , etc., re
ccived by the " Vankee," and lor sale by
SUGAR, SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
FROM THE NEW CROP, FROM THE
EAST MAUI PLANT A TJOJT,
For sale by (36-tf) H. HACKFELD & Co.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS.
EX MODERN TIMES, kc
450 Doors, all sizes and kinds.
200 Window Sash, all kinds, '
100 pair Blinds, all sizes,
12 Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
i33.tr C. H. LETTERS.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
ONE CARRIAGE HORSE, WHICH
. .. .. . 1 1 1 1 It. I. .flUJ
has been naoituaiiy anven Dy a iauy. c m ";
for sale, the present owner having no further nse for
. hirr. Alsn.nne American SADDLE UORSEa
They may be fully tried before purchase.
Apply to Dr. OCILLOC, at his office or dwelH f 150-6m
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN? THAT
1 THOMAS FOSTER has been admittt as a Partner in
ourflrm from this date. JOHNSON ft FOSTER.
Honolulu, May 11, 18M. JW lm
ITS NO. 1 MACKEREL-For sale by
INS AND KEGS FRESH LARD-For sale tj
RESII -CORN MEAL For sale by
EXTRA FINE CURIOUS OOLONG TEA
i5iSmallboxeFordeby g. SAVIDGE.
pcTRilini HAMS. PER ALOHA
OK.A BRLS. BEST IIAXALL "FLOUR,
WW just received per cupper snip - ojrcu.
Vrp ala hw
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
COOPERS' PUNCHING MACHINES.
COOPERS' PUNCHING MACHINES,
Coopers' Truss Hoops, just arrived by the clipper ship
,8 For sale by
' CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
YELLOW METAL. COM POSITION NAILS.
CASES TELLUtV JlElAli) memxvaM -,
119-tf For sale by CHAS. BREWER. 2.
TONS BEST ENGLISH COALS
For sale by -
H. HACKFELD A CO.
BLACKSMITHS BELLOWS, large size, Just re
eeived ner " Syren.n For sals by
131-SZ CHAS BREWER, 2n.
MILLER'S FOILED TWIST TOBACCO,
PERRY DAVIS PAIN-KILLER A SMALL
U,va received per - ''&A7!CJL .
BBLS. EXTRA PILOT BREAD. FOR
.,!, nu .nri hooner stores, ner "Yankee " for
ri4i-n . ... u. W. 81
T THIS TIME. NO WORK ON EURO RE
" .. t tkta- Ttia bonk ia mofiiaflT
" . . . - - tk- lltta-I uid atrial
lUUscrasea, aim a mm i - vv
oondi"ae(' Italy, than eaa be obtained etoewhera. A few cop-
REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS
FOR SAN "R ANCISCO.
r int as L-e&iia.n u turrss sua
Captain JOHN PATY, daily expected, will meet with
for the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
135-tf - , D. C. WATERMAN A CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH.
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
" Felix," A. Wintzer, Master.
For freight or passage apply to
11. HACKFELD A CO.
TK A 1 CUPPER SHIP
I Chap in,
I Captain McCRELLIS,
J Having a large portion of her cargo on board, will have
i Qnick Dispatch for the above Port.
J Shippers of Oil may rely upon its being carefully stowed
J and regularly wet during the voyage. t
For Freight, apply to . S
145-tf E. P. ADAMS. I
JST 33 X7" TjINB
HONOLULU & BOSTON PACKETS!
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
WILL BE DISPATCHED
FROM BOSTON TO HONOLULU IN MAT
AND SEPTEMBER X
Or oftener, if Inducement offers. Freight take at lowest
Kates, and particular attention paid to the filling of or
ders. Shipment of machinery and other mdse.
The first Ship oT this Line, the A No. 1 Clipper JOSIAII
BRADLEY , 650 tons Register. 1000 tons Capacity, will
have left Boston May 1st, with a LARGE ASSORTED CARGO,
selected expressly for this market. Invoices and samples will
be received next mall.
AncsTS ta Bostox
Agist is Uoxulclo ...
.Messrs. W. Trwihq ft Co.
J. C. SrALDiaa.
N. B. The " JOSIAU BRADLEY " will, Immediately after
her arrival and discharge or cargo, be laid on the berth for a re
turn freight to the United States, having a large part of her
cargo already engaged. - a 163-tf
, ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, In the months of March. Mny Jsiae,
SrpfrmtM-r and Dreriubr.
For further particulars see special advertisements In dally
papers of the above months.
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 ft Co. - - - New York.
Cook ft Snow, - - New Bedford.
Freeman Ac Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th or each Month.
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United Stmtra, Ssmtls America,
Canada aad Earsse, ,
CONliKCTINU I XfcW YORK WITH TH AMERICAS-CCaOFBA SIX
PRESS COXPAST TO BTBOPI. '
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 Sooth
America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
17 Collections isade, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, .... Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WEE.LS, FARGO & CO.'S H
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 Bills of Exchange In sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo ft Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Fargo ft Co.'s franked U. 8. 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.
Te the Ownera. and Perssas Interested In
Whaleships in the Pacific Ocean.
Orncc or thr Paxa a Bail-Road Compast, I
New York. July 20. 1857. i
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of informing those interested in the Whaling bus!
ness, of the advantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, bad for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its capacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including M1, Provisions, c
baa been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whalcships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama lUil-Road Company has made arrangements
to aQord every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are run to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same alongside bf vessels at Aspin
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons eaa lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver It in New York,
under thranjgh Bill Lndinjg at the rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the i'ier, and eight cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half eents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, In case
the oil Is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, Insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus Is
four hours. OU, during IW transit across the bthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered ears, and owner
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
"out the slightest loss.
Oil or other Roods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to Williams
Velon, Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama. wiU
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
TT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hooo
lulu Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers. ?
Frederic L. Hare,
Agent Panama R. R- Co.. Honolulu S. I. 64 107
National Dining Salopn, Honolulu, S.I.
THIS SUPERIOR AND PLEASANT ES
TABLISHMENT IS NOW OPEN r the reception of
Permaneut and Transient Boarders. It is situated in the most
business enter of the city, and Is conducted on the European
Plan. Its beautiful location, combined with the romantic see
nery renders It one of the most attractive booses offered to the
public for families or Individuals seeking heatth or reerratimx.
In connection wi0 the bouse Is a spsrfous RESTAURANT,
where Meal can be obtained at all hours. Charges moderate.
N. B. ladies visiting the Island can rest assured that MRS.
DAYI3 will spare no effort. In ttn? l""
frot- 144-3mJ JOHN DAVIS, Proprietor.
Tea! Tea ! Tea !
30O BOXES EXTRA FINE
urlouai Oolonc 37r-
Just received per brig " Hero," direct from Chin
sale cheap by SAMUEL SAVIDGE.
WHIFFLETREES, CHAINS, fcc
SETS BCP. WHIFFLETREE8 CHAINS,
Kxtra sised Harrows.
, . nana umvatora. -
Seed Planters, ' , .
Ox Yokes, i
JWtf .... - CHAS. BREWER, .
.CUTTING TOOLS. ,
BAUDOIN St COu, BARBCOS, JCOttKEtt
of King and Nasann stretta, are ready to grind kinds
'of IastrumenUat the shortest notice, asch as KasBcksms,
Surgical liamiiam, and other. 14-3r
DY A. P. EVERETT.
Large Suit at Asttfoa.
TUESDAY, Jsiss 14,C 10OCImIi. A. M
The DdrsiriMd srfll aett, at pabtte auction, TO CLOSE COJf
Eaglisk Good I
Being halaaaeaof Invoieea pr HZ KKO and aitmr Ute arri
vals, and consisting tn part of DRY (iOODS, CLOTHING,
etc-, for particulars of which se poetta-a.
S SCGAR MILLS, FIRE-BUCKS, SLATES, etc r .
also ' C ; ,
Bass Pyrasald Brand ef BOTTLED ALB, and a great rr
. , ether artaclea. ) :
, . A. P. KTKRETT, Aosct r
Valuable Ileal Estate at Aaetlili'.
SATURDAT. Jnm 18, at tf O'CLOCK. Mm
Will be sold, on the preaaisea, th
Bardick Cooperate PregaitesI
Utaated on Klnr and Manna Kea streets. The
divided Into soar or five tots, upsa
of which there Is a good
twotor- ecxJen liuase.
Plans mmA particulars at anctioa room, or at the Oca of A
Bates, Esq. Sale positive.
c lltll ff'lllo f
Z NEW SUGAR MILLS WILL BE SOLD
by the anderslgned, at an early day, at publie action.
To dose accounts, and of which due notice wiU be given.
142-tf A. P. KTERTTT, Auctioneer.
THE LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF SADDLERY
Erer Offered in Honolulu !
To which the andenipwd respectfully Invites the at- i
tention of his friends and pay)troBa, M
having Just returned from Saa raa ySVjy-g
iaca, where the Goods were - .r
SELECTED BT HIM IN PERSON,
Consisting of the following, Tis:
Ladles' and salaaes saddles,
English and Asa. saddles.
Ranger and vaquero saddle.
Race and boys' saddles.
Girths and saddle bat.
Silver-mounted and japanned
Cart and plough harness.
Collars and hainea, trace chains,
Ilaltrr and doe chains.
French and Ass. calf skltis,
French and American kip.
Deer, sheep and chamois sklus
Rigging and sole leather,
. . Harness and skirting leather.
Enameled leather and hog shins.
Ladles' fine whips.
Carriage, drovers and cart whips,
Fancy and plain bridles, tt
Baiters, extra reins, etlrrupleather.
Horse brashes and aaane combs, ,
Spurs and bits.
Roller buckles, all slses.
Fin kersey ft linen horse covers
Saddle Cloths, Curled Hair and Spanish Mosa.
April 14,1869. 1404m R- H. ROBINSON.
POP HI, AH. DOOKSI
BT JAMES J. iARVEt, E9i.
THE UN DERSIGNED has received by the ship IU
to 4- Ella, from Boston loliowiug law publications,
by Mr. Jarves, formerly of A -Jm. i
KIANA, a TaleW Hawaii $1 25.
This work Is founded on on of the ancient traditions of Uk.
nswaiiana, and illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It
is dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kasaehameha IV.
AHT HINTS, on Architecture, Sculpture anu
Painting By J. J. Jarvee $1 50.
"America has at Ust produced a writer who may help to edu
cate her in art, guide her Infant s, aad to point out the pit .
falls that surround the pilgrim of a" iei Atkentvm.
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d aeries.
Without question, one of the raciest hooks erer written oa
Parisian life and manners.' Swiss Post. -ITALIAN
SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J.
J. Jarves $150. .
M The sketches of which this volume is oom posed, are noLcnly '
spirited but informing. They furnish anl mpraaarre idea or the
grandeur anil the glory and the degradation and shams of mod
ern Italy." Home Journal. uBC w. -
87-tf For sale by U. t
zziilXing Clear. Le.
rv)R SALE LOW. BT THE UNDER
JT signed t Topsails, courses, topgallant yarda, royals.
Spanker, gaff topsail, spencer, new and nearly bww.
Two gangs, nearly new, standing rigging.
Topmast, back and head stays, topsail runners and lift.
Jib stay, etc The above suitable tor a shlpof 2M to 440 torn.
Two 11 Inch chain cables, two It Inch chain cattiea.
Iron strapped cutting-ln blocks, with chain pendanta,
Copper cooler, try pot, ladles and skimmer, lanoea, gaffs.
Whale line, cutting falls, assortment of blocks, patent ami boohed .
Charts of different parts of the world, enrapasaes, boot lantern,.
Signal lanterns, chain topsail sheets, flake and flu chains,
13-tf B. V. 8.N0TV.
OF WHALESHIPS AND OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality can be had at Roloa at
$5 per cord fresh beef at 4 oeuta per lb t sheep, at $3 per head,
and goata at $1 40 bead. Alao at the port of llaiwlel, wood anu
beef can be had at the same rate. - The Harbor of Hanalei is o:i
the North West side of the island, and has safe and good an
chorage in from 6 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood sod beef ma
also be had at Nawlliwili at the same rate as above. Also frul j
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
TT Wood always on hand at the beach In quantities to eui I
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CUARMAN.
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING OR RESIDINO
on these Ialands, should not fail to send a set of ii. II.
BRrgen Views ef Hnnalnln to then- friends ahraet,
aa tbey will convey by far a better idea of tbeSosnery, Hatottr,
Customs, etc., of this place, than any works or prints ever pub
lished. To be had of K. BL'RGty?,
HS-tf Paint Shop, on King street, near Fort.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to die Honolulu public the following, on the saost
rersonabie terms :
In any quantity, for building and other purposes, at so mnrh
each. In the rough, or not squared, br foundation to buildino,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Window oilU
and Caps, with smooth surfaoe, cut oat In any sixe to suit.
Llnse. Fire Wetan,
Ballast far Veoaela.
Illaes, Sbeenaklna, llama. St,
107-tf J. L DOW8KTT.
C. L. RICHARDS
WILL CONTINUE THE SHIP CHAN
DLERY and COMMISSION BCSlNEas In his haw
FiRB-Paoor Stobr, now in oourse of erection, where he will h i
pleased to meet all bis old customer and friends. He will
keep on band a full supply of Ship Chandlery and every descrip
tion cf Merchandise usually required by shipping.
Honolulu, April 2S, 1859. 148-tf C. U RICHARDS.
MR. BECK WITH. OF THE ROYAL
SCHOOL, has kindly consented temporarily to render
his services as Teacher of Foreign Children, while aa effort Is
being made to procure s male teacher from abroad, competent tt
take charge of Boys and Girls, and fit them for pursuing the
higher branches of learning at Punahoa, and wilt devote twn
hours of each afternoon to leaching until the close of the present
term at the Royal School, and after that he will devote all n -cesiary
time to the business until the Brat of Aagust next.
tfuch an arrangement will afford to the anUdren out of school
an opportunity of advancing in the asort Important studies, an-i
after the first of August k Is to be hoped jermaneot teacher
fitted to supply the wantff the eotnaianity, may be tound.
The School will be opemsd on MONDAY, May t, at the base,
merit ol the Fort Street Church, and the hours of teaching fur
ax weeks wiU be from 3 o'clock to o'clock, P. M and afU r
that from 9 o'clock, A. M- nntll 1 o'clock, P. M.
The terms of tuition for thirteen weeks will be $1. -Honolulu,
April 26, 186. , 148-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
bis friends and the Public that he has taken the stand form
erly occupied by B. Johnson, (Carpenter,) on King street, oppo
site the Hetbet, where be Intends to ope earpeoM shop sad
conduct the business in all lu various branches.
ft. B. All orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
Utet GEO. MILLER,
NOTICE t "T
CITY 3IARICT. V
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR.
chased the Interest of K J. Smith hi the Towa sad City
Market ia Hoaorola, lately carried on by Bradley Co., the
business will henceforth be earned on under the asms of V. m.
Vkla A Cow, who engage to furnish la bast quality sf butcher,"
seat which tb Islands can produce, sad aottett tat patrauage of
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAT
entered Into Copartnership, under the style of JANIOX.
GREEN A CO., forth transaction of tn General ss ml a ion
Biases, hitherto carried o by Byihert C J anion .
. . HUBERT C. J AS ION . .
W. L. GREEN. -
Honolulu, April L, 1859. 148-3m.
TBE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
appointed Guardian of the person aad property af GEORGE
HOLMES, hereby gives notice t aa pursias ladsbwa to him U
ank laisssllsti payment i and sB aerssa havrag claim,
sjculnct th sasse are hereby requaate to prose nt the saute to
R. G. Davis sod he, the saWl Gnardian, hereby fcrbids any .
person trusting the said George Boknea, a. from this dat th
sfc-vusli Guardian wiU pay no debteootraoted by Jhaa.
HoDorolo, Dee. , ISM. YX . -. R. . DAVIS. .
29 HEREBT GIVEN, THAT I HAVE Ap
pointed GEO. C. McLBAN to act aa my Agent during my
abaiacr. ander Power of Attorney. "
. Hoaomla, May 17, 18M. lU-3sa Q. T. MATTHEWS-
NOTICE ' - -
BURING MT ABSENCC C D. LCWE3S,
Baa- is my Agent by Power of Attorawy.
May 17, lane. iai-t wutes b. rsl.