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- "Tbere no ocli word as fad."
Tbe Bailor on tbe stormy sea.
May aifb for eUnt land
Ao4 fre mad &l.ks tboaga he be,
Woold be vers near the strand !
, But wbea tbe storm on angry wing
Bears, lightning, sleet and ban,
. He climbs lbs slippery madt and tings
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The weary student beading o'er
Tbe tones of atber days,
-: And dweiUng on tbeh magic lore.
Tor inspiration prays ;
- And tboogh with toil bis brain is weak,
,.. , . TA brow is deadly pale,
CWiii- J linage of bis heart will speak
THfll.H. Jntrfrim's no socb word as faiL"
ikili of Gc
V " ' By faas witbtmt within
. . These ptecioas words will ne'er forget,
' ' Amid thf-ir dreadrul din ;
Bat apward looks with eyes of fiuth,
n Arased witb the Christian mail
And in tbe bottrst conflict aaith
Terre's no tuck word om fail."
Tbe B ! Bay. Dreams.
A CHARMING EKETCH.
m . A. DKXISO.
A little fair haired child laid its pale cheek
against a pillow of straw.
It bad toiled up three pair of narrow dark
tain to gain ita miserable garret, for it was a
little "bound child," that had neither father nor
mother, and no soft bed awaited his tired limbs,
but a miserable pallet and one thin coverlet.
It bad neither lamp or candle to lighten the
room, if such it might be called ; still that was
not so bad, for tbe beautiful moon sailed in upon
the coor bound-boy, and almost kissed his fore-
bead, ms his Bad eyes closed dreamily.
Bat after a while, as he laid there, what a
wond.rous change came orer the place. A great
light shone down, the huge black rafters turned
to solid gold, and these suemed all studded with
tiny, precious sparkling stones. The broken
flour, too, was all encrusted with shining crys
tald, and the child raised himself upon his elbow,
and gazed with a half-fearing, half-delighted
look upon the glorious sight.
One spot on tbe wall seemed too bright for his
vision to endure, but presently as if emerging
from it, came a soft white figure, that stood by
the poor bound-boy's bedside.
The child shut his eyes, he was a little, only a
little frightened, and Ais Leart beat quickly ; but
be iound breath to murmur
Tell me who you are?"
Look up, be not afraid," said a sweet voice
that sounded like the harp of heaven, "look up,
darling, I ant your brother Willey, sent down
from the angels to speak with you and tell you to
bear all your sorrow patiently, for you will soon
be with a."
What, you my brother Willev ! oh ! no, no,
thai cannot be ; my brother W illey was very
pale, and his clothes were patched and torn, and
there was a hump on his back, and he used to go
Into the muddy streets and pick up bits of wood
and chips ; but your face is quite too handsome,
and roar clothes prettier than I ever saw before.
and there is no ugly hump on your back besides
BT brother W illey is dead lonjr ajro.
I am your brother Willey, your immortal
brother ; mv body, with the ugly hump, is dead
and turned to adtes ; but just as soon as that
died, 1 went up to the great heavens, and saw
sights that I cannot tell you about now, they
were so very beautiful. But God. who is your
father, and tbe holy name of Eternity, gave me
these bright garments, that never get soiled, and
I was so happy that I expect my face was changed
very much, and I grew tall and straight ; so no
wonder you do not know me."
And now the little bound child's tears began
. Oh he exclaimed earnestly, nif I, too,
. could so to heaven !
You can go,' replied tbe angel, with a smile
of inedible sweetness. You have learned how to
read well, to-morrow get your bible, and find
very reverently lor it is God's most holy book
these words of tbe Lord Jesus. IJut 1 say unto
you, love your enemies, bless thent that curse
you. do good to them that bate you, and pray
for them whieh despitefully use you and persecute
too. Do all tnese, ana you snail be tbe child
of Tour latner. which is above.
' Fven if they beat me ?" murmured the little
T ' -Tsryt with a quivering lip,
- A Cash of light passed over the angel's face, as
. Mtosmore you forgive, the nearer you will be
to neaveo." .
TB another moment the vision had eone, but
till the room was all blazing with unearthly
As the little boy fell back upon his pillow, bis
mi fay reflected the angel's smile, and he
thought " I will forgive them, even if they beat
Suddenly a more musical voice than the former
fell uprra bis ear. This time he was not afraid,
bat stttinff upright on his miserable couch, he
smw a f-ure that seemed to lift itself from the
wall : itraj of intense brightness out-lined aUlts
fora : it J btaxed, yet then .was a mild beau
ty fa them every time they looked into his own
I 'tis CX3.I an your fther," said the form
fa t'Zns aceeats.
I thrak you can be my
r-rsJ th boy, tiaidlj. "MJ iawer usea to
frCV-TT cli feed, rJh3got hurt and wore
J. ' I ."V re wriiUas on his face and alt
father used to
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vj mam ; j ij
over his forehead ; his hair was short and white,
not long like yours. And my father uetd to
stoop. over, and wear a little black apron, and
put patches on shoes in a little dark room."
" And what else?"
lie used to pray and sing very sweetly but 1
never hear any singing and praying now, sobbed
the child bursting into tears.
Don't cry, my dear little boy, but listen to
me. I am your father, Tour immortal father ;
that poor lame body is all gone dow, mingled
with the dust of the grave-yard. As Boon as the
breath left that deformed body of mine, I was
with the shining angels, and hosts of them bore
me up to heaven ; and the King of that glorious
place clothed me with these white stainless robes,
and gave me this tall beautiful lody, which shall
never feel corruption, And this was the reason
dear little orphan because I love llim, and my
chief delight was in praying to Him, and talking
about llim, and, although I was very poor, I
tried to be honest, and many times went hungry
rather than do wrong. And you, if you never
forget to say your little prayers, that I taught
you ; if you will keep Gods holy commaadments,
and trust in llim always, shall soon be with me
in my heavenly home."
Once more the child was left alone, and still
the rafters were golden, the walls pearly, the old
floor studded vi!-brilliants, and the same soft
mysterious light over alL.,
A strain of holy music fell faintly uptmlus
enraptured senses, it grew louder, and came
nearer to the head of hia little bed. And a voice
oh ! far sweeter than either of the others
" My child, my little earth-child, look upon
me I am thy mother." p
In a moment what emotions swelled the bosom
of the lonely boy. lie thought of her cherished
tenderness to him long years ago, of her soft
arms around his neck, her gentle lij pressing his
forehead ; then came up the cruelty of strangers,
who, after she had been put away into the deep
ground, treated him with harshness and severity.
He turned towards her oh ! what a glorious
being! ller eyes were like stars, ber hair like
the most precious gold ; but there was that in her
face that none other might so truly know. He
had doubted if the first risen was his brother if
the second wa his father but not once did he
doubt that this beautiful being was his own dear
A little while he kept down his 6trong feelings
but the thought of the past and the present over
" Oh ! mother, mother," he cried stretching
forth his hand, let me como to you let me come ;
there is nobody in this world like you ; no one
kisses me now, no one loves me. Oh ! mother,
mother, let me come," and the hot tears rained
down his cheeks.
" My dear orphan child" she said in low tones,
that thrilled him to the heart, "you cannot como
to me now, but listen to me. I am very near
you when you know it not. Every day I am by
your side and when you come to this lonely room
to weep, my wings encircle you. I behold you
suffer, but I know that God will not give you
more sorrow than you can bear. When you re
sist evil, I whisper calm and tender thoughts unto
your soul, but when you give way to anger
when you cherish a spirit of revenge you drive
your mother from you. Remember-that, my lit
tle one your sins drive your mother from you,
and displease the great and holy God."
Be good be happy, even amidst all your
trials, and if it is a consolation, you know that
thy immortal mother often communes with thy
soul. And further, thou shalt soon be with me.
"Oh! mother, mother, mother," murmured
the boy, springing from the bed, and striving to
leap towards her. The keen air chilled him he
looked eagerly around : there was no light a
solemn stillness reigned. The radiance, the
rafters of gold, the silvery beams, the music, the
angt ls all were gone. And then he knew that
he had been dreaming; but oh, what a dream ;
how strengthening how cheering ; never, never
would he forget it.
The next morning when he went down to his
scanty breakfast, there was such a beautiful
serenity upon his face, sweet gladness in his eyes,
that all who looked upon him forebore to taunt
or chide him.
He told the dream,' and the hard hearts that
listened were softened ; and the mother, who held
the babe, was so choked with her tears, that she
could not eat, and the father said inwardly that
he would henceforth be kinder to the poor and
so he was. The child found his way into her
affections, he was so meek, so prayerful, so good;
and at the end of a twelve month; when the
angels did in very deed take him far above to
heaven, the whole family wept around the little
coffin, as if he were their own. But they all felt
that he was in the bright heavens with his
brother, and his father, and his dear mother.
JV. L. Chronicle.
Teixiso thk TarTH a Scaxual. Many persons
justify themselves in injuring another's character,
by pleading that they have told only what is
true. They forgot that the truth is not at all
times to be spoken. - Perhaps the one of whom
you tell an odious truth, has repented in dost and
ashes of his fault, and if you keep repeating it, how
can you longer pray that God would east your sins
behind his back, and remember them no more ?
Perhaps God has forgiven the sinning one and re
stored his soul to virtue and peace, and will you act
the- part of a fiend in taunting and tormenting him ?
Or, perhaps the erring one, if not fully pardoned
and restored, is longing, sighing, and striving after
his lost innooence, and will you crush and kill his
good desire,, by robbing biin of tbe motive which
arises from aelf-respect and the good opinion of
others i Will you break the bruised reed and quench -the
smoking flax? Will you lacerate the bleeding
sensibilities of those who are mourning over their
faults: That you have spoken to the injury of
another only what w true is no justification. Ton
may be a slandererstill of the most malignant char-,
aeter, and you are so, unless a special reason exists
for yor.r makingknown another's faults. , , - f.
1I0RE m GOODS ! !
Ex 'PIZARRG7 'SACHEM'
AND PER m
OTHER I, ATE AUUIVAJLS !
AND FOR SALE,
Wholesale and Retail
UPWARDS OF 100,000 YARDS SUPE
RIOR ESQ LIS II PRINTS A.VD Ml'SLIXS, consisting
of pink and yellow, lilac and red, canary and red riding dress
prints, purple, black, chocolate and red, orange and green, two
blue. Also, small pattern prints, and a splendid assortment of
BRILLIANTS, many of the patterns of which are entirely new.
, Bales scarlet blankets,
Bales blue blankets.
Bales white blankets,
Kales heavy denims.
Bales EnjclUh denims.
Cases heavy Am. blue sheeting,
Cases Knplish blue sheeting.
Cs brogans cl.' i: kip, swd & pgd.
Cases stipprrs and shoes,
Casvs Eng. sadlles and bridles,
Cases Am. saddles aud bridles,
Cases whips, stirrups, leathers
Cases charcoal Irans,
Nests trunks, four each.
Cases figured black merino.
Cases figured blue merino,
Cases plain merino, black,
Cases plain merino, blue,
Rales brown sheelius.
Bales bleached sheeting,
Bxs Winchester's 8. W. soap,
Caies blue drills,
Cases heavy Am. bed ticking.
Bales blue, scarlet and very iu-
pen.r prey flannel shirts,
Cases (lot ants,
Cases pilot coats,
Cases drawers and shirts,
Bales pea jackets.
Cases silk handkerchiefs.
Cases linen and cotton hdkfs.
Onticase heavy csmb. quilts, a
60 kegs nails, 4, 6, 8 and 10J,
Cases palm leaf hats.
Cases Hunt's ha mlieU axes,
Cases felt hats,
100 sujKTior native spades, (oos)
Nests camphor trunks,
Nests leather do.
Nests rattan clothes baskets,
Cases preserved giuger.
Rattan chairs, baskets, etc
uas s nenim pau.s.
Cases denim jumpers,
Cases white shirts.
Cases colored ehirts.
Cases drab moleskin pants,
Cases white moleskin pants.
Cases white sheeting and .shirt
ing, most sujierior.
Best Sample Manila Cigars in Market.
. , TWIST EN DS Nr. 1, 2 and 3.
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. WATERHOUSE'S
March 31, 1959. 144-3ra
CUE A P C HEAP!
SJH-LIIST Gr OFF !
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
ISfcT O 757" G-OOflS!
ALL. OF THE STOCK NOW IN STORE,
consisting of splendid
.Morning Gowns, and Superior Articles of
Cents' Furnishing Goods X
STJPER'R READY MADE CLOTHING!
Is now offered for sale at extremely low rates,
To Make Room for New Goods!
i'nrchased expressly for this market.
A. S. & M. S. GRINBAUM1
New Goods ex " Polynesia T
RUSHED SUGAR IN HALF BARRELS,
(. rushed sujrar In aO H). boxes.
A sorted pie fruits, (very superior J "
r resh peaches,
Very choice Oolong tea,
Vinegar in barrels,
Water coolers, "
Clams In tins,
A Jew dozen fine sherry and port wine for family use
For sale by
ClRJCHARDS & CO..
Kaahumanu street, to stone store formerly
150-tf occapfaa by Messrs. Krull A Moll.
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY !
and 1'lJt.UOUKAf JIS. Til. V. t KOr.UK.
105-tf Successor of II. Stangenwald,
FOR SALE OR HIRE r
VERT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
witn Mt or wooiten Ifcwls, ami PI1EI,N'S C ELK
BUATEO COMBINATION CUSHIONS, tP compete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth, Balls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, &c. Apply to
1UVJ-U K. BCRUKSS.
AN ARTICLE EVERYBODY SHOULD
II A V K.
T ADDERS AND HOUSE STEPS LIGHT
mU and stroug 122 ladders, from 10 to 82 feet long,
37 house steps, from 6 to 7 do.
138-tf For sale cheap by C. H. LEW ERS, Fort St.
JUST RECEIVED PER SYRENV
ASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and K unset leather,
i. niHiren'S ias.
Children's Carriages, various patterns, for sale by
131-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
PINE BOARDS AND SHINGLES.
M FEET CLEAR EASTERN PINE
t nw assorted, Irom an inch to 2 inches thick.
40,000 Eastern shsved cedar Shingles.
144-tf For sale low by GEO. G. HOWE.
FOR 3ALE, ARRIVED PER
ONE CENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT,
feet long, 7 feet beam, for sale by
l3-tt , CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
'. GOAT SKINS I
WTAXTED TO PURCHASE, BY B. F. SNOW,
v v goai s&ins tor wmco UM mgnest prices will be paid
PRUCE AND PINE LATHS,
Whitewood Boards. For sale bv
ll-tf . , CHAS. BREWER. 2d
nOILER AND SHEET IRON for sale, just arrived
sl per -syrenv oy -. -:
131-tf ' - - ; CHA9..BREWER, 2d.
OIL CLOTH. . .
IX CASES SUP. OIL CLOTH, asssorted widths,
j jubc receivea per cupper smp rvren, ror saie ny
131-tf . v CHAS.. BREWER, 2d ,
11 HO 41 GALLONS, IN 5 GAL. TIIT3,
nw nr aw lor saie oy v
D. C. WATKRMAIf A CO.
-RAPE SEED OIL.
REFINED LA? IP OIL, ETTjaOTIiO
wttboat any saaoke r scueti wh'wc For tt' aa
quantities to suit, by - . llSS-tf) . . ' MbLCHKiLS l-t9
Hill! Illl IMS
BYRON'S BAY, HILO, HAWAII."
OFFERS FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
Dry Goods of every Description,
INCLUDING - '
Brown, white and blue cottons,
do do do drills,
Ticking and shirting stripes.
Blue, red and white flannel.
Muslins, prints, delaines,
Denims, ginitbams, toweling,
Cotton and linen thread.
Black and colored ribbons.
Gentlemen's and ladies gloves.
Bed fringes, table covers. '
Black crape, colored braids,
White and black lace, W . ;
Silk and cotton velvet,
lien's flannel shirts.
Men's linen and cotton shirts, ' .
Linen coats and pants.
Slop clothing of all description,
Colored satint. and silks,
Irish linens and grass cloth.
Silk and cotton handkerchiefs,
Linen and grass cloth hdkft.
Fancy colored belts, suspenders,
Lamp wicking. -
Guard td lanterns.
Cut nails all sixes, rivets,
Wroutit nails all sizes, razors, '
Copper nails and tacks, saucepans, -Hatchets,
hammers and axes, coit'ee mills,
" Iron and brass screws, assorted iron pots, fry pans,
Britt. tea and coffee pots, grind stones and cranks, rules.
Paint brushes, clothes, hair aud white wash brushes, hoes
and rakes, spades, gimlets, sheathing copir and nails,
Knives and forks, sand and emery paper, log aud cotton lines.
Buckets and tubs, pen and jack knives, scissors, spectacles.
Buttons of all kinds and descriptions, sheet iron and sine,
Powder In kegs and canisters, auger bitts and augers, ,.
Brass and Britt. bib and stop cocks, shot all sizes,
Till, cupboard, chest and door locks, spoons.
Brass and iron hooks and b Its, glue, . -
Carpenters planes of all kinds,
Uinghaaa boxes, thiinbles.
F and C combs,
Beef and Pork Hawaiian beef. .
Bbts of flour and bread, rice, butter, sugar, molasses,
Syrup and honey, preserved fru-ta of all kinds.
Preserved meats and fish of all kinds, curry powder, .
Cassia and spioes of all descriptions, pepper,
Fine and coarse salt, saleratns, soda, raisins, currants, '
Dried apples, beaus, peas, coflee, tea, chocolate, cocoa.
Herbs, crackers of all descriptions, candles, larn, hams,
Beeves tongues, salt salmon, cod fish, vinegar, sardines,
Mustard, sauces, hops, soap, prunes, candies, salad oil,
Olives, ast'd English and American pickles,
Mackerel, Herrings, Ac, Ac.
. Boots and Shoes.
Cases men's thick boots, cases kip brogans, calf boots,
Cases calf brogans, cases goat bropans, 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.
Boys' shoes and brogans, women's shoes.
Sail twine, handcuffs, prickers, Prickers, belts and sheaths,
Cottoaand linen canvas, palms. Sail needles, oars, row-locks.
Light, heavy ami navy duck, Hooks anil thimbles, saw-sets,
Ast'd sizes iron, cant hooks. Hooks and staples.
Blocks of ast'd sizes, jib hanks, Braes and iron wire.
Sheaves, marliue spikes, ipowder horns and flasks.
Envelope boxes, Toilet boxes.
Cigar Itoxes, Work boxes.
Shaving poxes. Silk Aprons,
Crape shawls, a Colored silks.
Silk vest patterns. Colored satins,
Camlet and pongee silks, .
Glass, Crockery and Tinware.
Also, a full assortment of Manila cordage, from Inch to 6
inch, coils whale line, hemp roe, spun yarn, marliue, house line,
seizing stuff, anchors, chains and whale irons.
AN ASSORTMENT CONSISTING OF
- 2 and 3 inch plank, 2x3, 2x4, 2x6, 2x8 joists.
Hardwood square timlier for boat diivits, anchor stocks and
windlasses furnished to order,
1 inch boards, doors, sashes, blinds, clapboards, kc.
Hilo, Byron's Bay, Hawaii-, March, 1S5). 143-2m
OFFER FOR SALE
THE CARGO OF THE AMERICAN BRIO
" K 0 L 0 A r
JUST ARRIVED FROM BOSTON.
ARRELS TAR, PITCH AND KOSIN,
Bales navy oakum,
Manila and hemp conlage, ratlin, raarlin, spunyarn, Ac.
lure white lead, hi 25-lb kegs, black paint,
Pitch mojM, birch brooms, hooped pails, wash labs.
Corn brooms, mast hoops, jib hnnks.
Assortment of single and double blocks, chains,
Kiln-dried com meal, in barrels,
Mess pork and beef,
Oak boats from 10 to 16 feet long,
Cedar " 18 to 20 " u
Cut nails and spikes of all sizes,
Assorted iron, square and round, from inch to 3 inch,
Crushed suirar, lu half Mils,
Dried apples, rice, salt-rat us, zoap,
1, 2, 24, 3, 3j inch oak plank,
1 inch clear white pine boards, planed,
J M i. C 4 44 44
44 44 44 44 H tt
2 " " " " plank, "
White pine shelving, planed two sides and elged.
Spruce scantling, 2x3, 2x4,3x4, shaved cedar shingles,
1 inch white pine roarJs, routrh,
Dixirs and windows, assorteil sizes,
Cumberland and Lackawana coal.
Cotton duck, sheetings, &.C., Ac, tc,
Per "SACHEM, from Boston,
Bbls Haxali flour.
Cases Hunter's tobacco,
lried ajiples, in bbls.
Hunt's handled axes.
Saddles, complete, with stirrups and belts.
Cotton sail twine.
Men's kip lirogans,
" goat "
Bin-; an l whit" cotton threail.
Cases shirting, denims,
" blue drilling and blue cotton, Ac, Ac, Ac,
Per "ALOHA, from Bremen,
Bales hickory shirts, printed regatta shirts,
" biue union serge shirts,
Souwesters, ladies' Lisle thread hose,
Cases Victoria lawns,
44 plain tape-check muslin, black.
Bales fancy X'rints, -
Black and blue figured alpacca,
Bak-s blue flannel,
Umbri llas, cotton socks and stockings,
Mother-o'-pearl I uttons. ivory combs,
AsM-rtment of ready-made clothinc,
Superior Holland gin, in cases, French prunes, in glass,
Ac, Ac. Ac, Ac. 143-tf
JUST ARRIVED PER AMERICAN CLIP,
hark SACHKM, J. B. Atkins, master, from Boston, th
following assortment of Merchandise :
Cases blue denims.
Cases liiea. flannel,
Bales bra. cotton.
Bales awning stripes, a new article.
Bales bro. drilling,
Casi-s 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,
Jr bbls mess pork,
Bbls mess beef,
Bbls navy mess beef,
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half boxes raisins,
Cases refined lard,
Casks pilot bread.
New Bedford iron hoops, 1x16, 1x17, 11x17, 11x17.
143-tf Apply to CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
.Just Received per ".Sachem."
TIERCES BOSTON SUGAR CURED HAMS,
Kits No. I mackerel,
yuarter bbls family pork.
Cases refined lard, lOtb tins,
English dairy cheese, in tins,
Cases Pembroke salt.
Half bbls crushed sugar,
Half bbls dried apples,
Half bbls Carolina rice,
Fresh peahces, in 21b tins,
Fresh lolwters, in 2ib tins.
143-tf For sale cheap, by SAM. SAVIDGE.
Just Receivedfcex Late Arrivals !
AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
First and Second Class Brandies, in wood,
First and Second Class do iu bottle,
Best Geneva, in wood and bottle.
Old Tom Gin, in bottle,
Monongahela 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.
)alerbouse's Wholesale and Retail F're Proof 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 WATERHOUSE,
CRADLE, CHAIR,' TABLE, BEDSTEAD,
and coffin stuff, assorted sizes, from 2 to H inches square,
and from to 46 inches wide. For sale by .
14-tf - C. BREWER 2d.
Selling Fast !
THE VERY BEST BOURBON WHISKEY
ever brought out 1 in stone jugs of, 3 gallons each, and
eases of 1 doaea each. For sale at , !
:i4a-tr -, . - fc . ,w vo noLir a- cEutrra.
.rrciE OYf-iuxz-.'zi is tv opr pcv
' XL joaoi aabscnbers, at ..
Jest received per Bark " Sachem,"
FROM BOSTON, U. S.
GASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
White DuckVcasea Black and White Checked Quilting
Bales Union bro. drills,
Cases calf Jersey ties.
Bales Temple "
Oxford pegged net, , .
fine Monterey 44
. roan slippers, (sewed,)
women's col'd morocco,
" men's opera slippers,
calf sewed brogans,
u 4 .. 44. boots, r '
elf sewed and pgd brogans
' calf sewed sailor' pumps,
Bale Manadnock bro. sheet-
Bales Livingston bleached sheet-
Cases Otis denims, - '
Bates Tborndike Ticks, ' -Cases
Livingston blea. drills,
Cases Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sheetings;
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
Cases Clothing, eonl'llalf bbls split peas,
Denim overalls and frocks, Cases refined lard.
Blue, mixed and red flan, shirts Half bbls crushed sugar,
Bbls extra mess beef,
Bxs, bland qr do, layer raisins,
;Ualf bbU butter,
Cases box salt, . .
'Shook s line bag do, ' - -Bbls
Black merino sacks,
Reefer's " " . 1;
Ulue and red flannel shins,
Black beaver cloth Raglanv
Pilot reef jackets, blue and blk, Bags pepper,
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed cassimere pants, "
Black u -Satinet
Cottonade and jean pants.
Cases saddles, complete,
iBxs family and salt water soap,
illalf bbls hide poison',
iCases spts turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage,
Kegs of nails.
Kegs of finishing nails,
.Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
Bootw Bad SKaea.
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
u lmit'n goat Luck s tobacco,
kip brogans, :Rolls rigging and pump leather,
waxed do, iKegs pure and extra white lead,
i Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed oil,
patent leather. Coils Russia bolt rope, ,
u " cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
goat pump brogans Cases prison padlockSQ
im. Oxford ties, Coils spunyarn, -
Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder, ,
44 sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting ao.
Winea, Spirita, &.C.
Cases Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Hennessy's, Martell and
Rivierre Brandy, cases Catawba do;
Quarter pipes and eighths of Zealeander A Co's Rochelle -
Brandy, casks Byass' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
143-tf J. C. SPALDING
J. C. SPAliDIXG
Offers for Sale, Just received
PER' BARK " SACHEM," FROM BOSTON.
tr B ALES BRO. DRILLS, 100 doz denim frocks and panto.
12 bales bro. sheetings,
7 cases cheese,'
1 bale-bleached do,
10 cases denims,
3 cases ticks,
2 cases bleached jeans,
1 case houcy-coxub quilts,
1 case striped gras clothfW
1 case white duck,
1 case Id. and white quilting.
25 cases refilled larJ,
100 half bbls crushed sugar,
200 saddles, complete,
25 kits No. 1 mackerel,
200 boxes S. W. soap,
10 half bbls lade poison,
20 cases alcohol,
20 cases spirits turpentine,
43 coils Manila cordage,
60 bbls extra mess beef,
30 half bbls prime butter.
4 bales pump and rig'g leather,
Z$0 kegs white lend,
20 bbls rice,
151 cases boiled oil,
2 bales cloves,
4 bairs pepper,
10 coils Russia lioltmpe
18 casks pilot bread,
200 boxes family soap,
18 cou spunyarn,
8 cases men's clothing,
6 cases charcoal Irons,
55 cases boots and shoes,
25 cases green eas.
Winea nud Spirita.
11 qr and 28 eighth casks best
2 qr pipes Hennessey's do,
3 or do Martell's do.
450 bxs, hlf and qrdo raisins,
6 qr and 8 t casks Rivierre do.
a cases box salt,
140 boxes Catawba brandy,
3 snooks grnd salt, 201b bags, 60 half bbls liest whiskey.
117 kegs nails,
100 kecs do do.
25 C:ises tobacco.
100 bbls Haxali flour,
Honolulu. March 24, 1359.
ldo doz qts R. Byass' porter,
10 dos London cordial gin,
15 coses brandy peaches.
Fresh Groceries, Fresh Groceries
1NE OOLONG TEA. Jumbles,
Fine Congou tea.
Fine green tea,
Granulated sugar, ,
Light brown sugar,
Bost-m sujiar cured hams,
Fresh lard in tins.
Fresh lard in kegs
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Fresh dried apples,
Fresh Carolina rice
Fresh com meal,
Fresh Hawaiian flour,
Fresh split peas.
Fresh corn starch,
Assorted candled peel,
Brown's extract of ginger,
Soda do, .
Assorted English biscuits.
Red currant jelly,
English green peas,
French lo do,
Frtsh oysters. 1 and 21b tins.
Fresh lobsters, do do.
Fresh sausage, do do,
Fre?h green corn, 1 and 21b tins
Fresh cream tartar,
Fresh carh. soda,
Half boxes sardines,
Quarter boxes sardines,
Durham mustard, .
Crosse A Black well's pickles,
Salt water soap.
For sale hv S.
N. B. Fresh ground Kona Coffee. 134-tf
Wool, Goat Skins, Hides,
URCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
J. C. SPALDING.
URCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by 119-tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
Old Yellow Metal.
K PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by CHAS. BREWER. 2d.
Fresh Garden Seeds !
11ST RECEIVED FROM A. P. SMITH?
9 Gardens, Sacramento, Cal., and warranted good,
Red, yellow and white onion.
Blood beet, parsnip, -Long
German greens, -Spinage,
Red tomato, egg plant,
Lettuce, okra and leek,
Cucumber, white celery.
Water and musk melon,
Long and turnip radish,
Osage orange hedge plant seeds,
A Ifulta Spanish clover seed,
Chinese sugar cane or sorghum. 4
Put up mostly in two and four rial papers, and also in larger
quantities. For sale by
146-2in II. M. WHITNEY.
Lumber, Shingles and Clapboards.
aLaTbari ffnf FEET N. V. LUMBER.
ar"LF OtxOO consisting of rough aud phnl
Boanls, and Scantling of all sizes,
100.000 Shingles, sawed, shaved cedar and Eastern,
Pine Clapboards, 4, 6 and 12 feet long,
Spruce do, 4 and 6 feet long, '
Rod wood Clapboards, 6, 12, 14 and 16 feet long,
White oak, 1, 1) and 2 inches,
Sheathing, f , J and inch.
Flooring Northwest, spruce, yellow pine, wh"te pine, kc.
And all kind, of building Materials wanted in this mirket.
138-tf For sale at lowest rates by C. II. LEWERS.
Just Received per "oSyren.!"
BOSTON SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
Kits No. 1 mackerel, kits tongues and sounds,
- Cases 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 jumbles, .
Cases soda biscuits, cases sardines, qr bxs, .
. . . Cases sardines, half bxs, currants and raisiog,.
Citron, lemon and orange peel, ,- '
Flavoring extracts. For sale at
131-tf 8. 8AVTDGITS.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
EX " MODERN TIMES."
ft OO DOORS ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
- J mouldings and raised panel.
50 Sash Doors, assorted sizes.
' . 300 pair Window Sash, assorted sizes.
250 pair Blinds, with and without awivels. ass-d sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and for sale low by
13"-tr , GEORGE Q. HOWE.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
14 u - Meats,
u Brand Fruiu da" Jt received per clipper ship
"Syren," . , . . For sale br
U9-tf CliAS. BREWER, 2d.
RUSSIA CORDAGE, SPUNYARN.
U,Llin' SewinK Fta "ne. Hooks and Thimble.
; ole and single blocks, White Lead. Ciirome GreenT
' ' Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
( English boiled Linseed Oil, Gold Leaf. - - i '
II. HACKFELD ft CO.
, ' ' ; '" PORK I I ' :- ' .
2 5 O vlJEH PR,ME PORK. Just arrived
" Pr "Symt," For aaln hv
.' - , ;t:,.. v CHAS. BREWER, Jn.
Tr' TnWDEDFORD II005 ICC
I i - . Kri Uvata.J.ts4, woaivod per clipper sb- -Syrei
I . - ; . . , For sale by - " -
Pianos, nclcdccrs, -
ALEXANDRE ORGANS, AND MUSIC I
; . PRICES C5REATLY REDUCED !
" v nOKAC eIva.tc rs,
- . .-.m- PAD TIT ST". SALE OF
the best Boston and New York Pianos and Melo
deona. The largest assortment of MW Mer
. ,k.i:n;fcpH Rtaies. Pianosfrom Ave
S Utoe tZibe;, variety and celebrity of iti .instruments, nor
tbe extremely low prices at which they are sold. . '
H.n Walers' Modern Improved IMaaas.
wiSoruhoutonsave in their nsw Mate
acUon, in power and compass of tone equah. the gran with
the beauty and du.-abllity of the square P The I'res' ami
first Music-masters have justly pronounced them equal, U noc
superior, to any other make. They are gu vauteed to stand the
Tar MeUMleo-aCtune the em
perament), superior in each desirable quality. Can also fnrnish
KSce'a. Sarhart'sand BmUh's Melodeons. J'1"
ilia t for two seU of reecs, $150 1 two banks of keys. .
pedal bass Melodeoe', $250, $275 and 3 less a 1. eral
disWunTliach instrument warranted to give perfect satisfac
tion, orpnrtbase money refunded. . . - ,1S0.
Alexandre Orfsaa five stops, $160; tight stopsv $1W,
eight "w"i percussion, $225; twelve
size larger, $250 j twelve do with percussion, $300 j fifteen stops,
ld-hMtd' PIa-, at great bargains, constantly in
Store. Price from $30 to $140. . , . . Mnllr
MuiC4-0neof the largest and best catalogues oT Music
now published t all Music and Musical Works published in the
United States for sale by this House. Also, Martin . celebrated
Guitars t ail kinds of Musical InstrumenU and Musical mer
chandise, at the lowest prices. Music sent wherevr oyderea,
post paii - Catalogues sent by maU. UT "era' dlaoouiit
made to dealers, teachers, seminaries and clergymen.
TESTIMONIALS OF THE ' "
Horace Waters Pianos and Melodeons.
41 The Piano came to hand, and In first-rate order. It Is a
beautiful instrument and no mistake." Lee At Walker, Phila.
John Hewitt, of Carthage, N. who has had one of the
Horace Waters' Pianos, writes as f Hows : 44 A friend of mine
wishes roe to purchase a Piano for cr. She likes the one you
sold me in December. 1856. My Piano is becoming popular in
this place, and I think 1 can introduce one or two more j they
wUl be more popular than any other make."
4. ve bare two of Waters' Pianos in use in our Seminary, one
of which has been severely tested for three years, and we can
testify to their good quality and durability"." IW ood A Greg-
... Mr lrr,ill Illinois.
"11. Waters. Esq., Dear Sir: naving used one of your
Pianofortes for two years past, I nave inuna n a very
Instrument." I A. Gray, Principal Brooklyn Hights Seminary."
Rev. Hyrara Uaynes, writes as follows : " Preston Hollow, N.
y July 28, '58. M r. Waters Dear Sir : I received the Melo
diou safe and in good order; am well pleased with the external
appearance, and the tone also. Hope I shall have occasion to
order one or two more the present season."
Tioga, N. Y., Aug. 6, '53. Horace Waters, Esq. Sir : The
Melodeon you sent me was duly received in good order. I am
now fully prepared to say that the instrument is highly satis
factory; and I beg- you will accept my thanks for the very
liberal terms onrhich you furnished it, and for the very honor
able manner in which you have fulfilled, and more than ful
fiiil ll vour nromises. Very respectfully, Ac. J. L. Smith.
"The Piano I received-from you continues to give satisfac
tion. I regard it as one of the best instruments in the place."
IJ. L. Clark, Charleston, Va.
"The Melodeon has safely arrived. I feel obliged to you for
your literal discount. Will do all I can for you in these parts."
Rev. J. M. McCormick, Parquesville, S. C.
"The Piano was duly received. It came' la excellent condi
tion, and is very much admired by my numerous family. Ac
cept my thanks for your promptness." I Robert Cooper, War
renh.tni, Bradford country. Pa.
" Your Piano pleases us well. It Is the best one in our coun
ty." (Thomas A. Latham, Campbelt-m, Georgia.
" We are very much obliged to yop for having sent ns-such a
fine instrument for $250, and we shall take pains to recommend
it." Drank, Held A Co., Buffalo Democrat.
44 The -Horace Waters' Pianos are knowu as among the very
best. We are euabled to speak of these instruments with con
fidence, from personal knowledge of their excellent tone and
durable quality." N. Y. Evangelist.
44 We can speak of the merits of the Horace Waters' Pianos,
from personal knowledge, as being or the very best quality."
" Nothing at the State Fair displayed greater excellence in
any department than Horace Waters' Pianos." Churchman.
44 The Horace Waters' Pianos are built of the lst and most
thoroughly seasoned material. We have no doubt that buyers
can do as well. iH-rhaps better, at this than at any other hous"
in the Uuion." Advocate and Journal.
44 Waters' Pianos and Mel.ideons challenge comparison with
the finest made anywhere in the country." Home Journal.
' Horace Waters' Pianofortes are of full, rich and even tone,
anl powerful." N. Y. Musical Review.
"Our friends will find at -Mr. Waters' store, the very best
assortment of Music and of Pianos to be found in the United
States, and we urge our southern and western friends to give
him a call whenever they go to New Yoik." Graham's Mag.
. Warerooiu, 333 Broadway, N. Y.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE, TIZs
- Ex Ysaag Greek.
16, 17, and IS feet oars,
Cotton duck, Nos. 1 to 10,
Prussian blue paint,
Chrome yellow paint,
Chrome greet! paiut.
Bales fresh hops,
Box?., halves and qrs raisins,
Bbls aad 6-gall kegs whisky
i Bales brown drills.
Ex Monntaiti AVnve.
Cases boiled English linseed oil.
Eighths casks Itochelle brandy,
Half boxes loaf and crushed sugar.
Ship's cambooses, "
Nos. 3 and 4 Roger Williams stoves,
Cans extra fine preserved oysters
Cans preserved meats, , ' . .
Caus preserved clams.
Cans preserved strawberries,
Cases Verdnle olives,
Cases assortad soups.
Cases soup and bouitlie,
Cases assorted soup and broths, cans soda, wine, oyster, sugar
and butter crackers.
RV-gs whisky, Cases axes,
Kegs brandy, Bbls pitch,
Ke?s rum. Linen drill frocks,
Baskets champagne. Linen drill pant,
Cases ale and porter. Bales brown sheeting,
; - Casps blue drill.
Bales e4oves, kegs nutmejrs, half bids split Tieas. do currants.
Cases refined saleratus, cases St, Clstr, DUon's, Emmet's Upton
and Svoet Orange brind tobacco, etc., etc.
1311-tf " J. C. SPALDIN0.
AXD OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
COR. MER CIIJ y T AXD FORT STREETS.
THE BEST SELECTED 'STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
. JiOOTS AND SHOES,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods !
EVER IMPORTED INTO THIS MARKET.
M'hich will be replenished by every arrival from San Francisco,
as the wants of the trade require.
THESE GOODS ARE ALL SELECTED
by one of the iirm, now in San Francisco, with a perfect
knowledge of the wants of the Honolulu public and the whaling
fleet, and having been purchased at LOW FIGURES, will be
sold at MUCH LOWER RATES than hove ruled in this market
in past years. Citizens and" btrangers are resectfully invited to
call and see for themselves. A. S. it M. S. GRINBAUSI.
Honolulu, March 17, 1S59. 142-tf
To Whalemen !
GW. MACY would respectfully solicit the same pa
a troiiage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy t
Law, at the established Iepot f.nr Whak-meu'a Supplies,at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
or Beef, Mil (on. Pork. Poultry, and also the cele
brated KAWAIHAE POTATOES.
The above articles can lie furnished at the lowest rates.ar.d in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All lieef
Bold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
SZT No charge made on biter-island exchange.
7-J-tf . ' , U. W. MACY.
JUST RECEIVED PER FANNY MAJOR
direct from the Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Da vies k Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 er cent less than former
prices. "It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superi
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present
McCO LOAN A CAMPBELL,
100tf . Tailors, cor. King Fort SL
FIRE "PROOF PAINT.
T . ... Kaolin, 10 brls cf each.
J"'ar"Ted P' clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
13I- CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
PUMPS. -, "
shin" " complete, just arrived per clipper
iaiJr ' " For sale bv
Xilma CnAS. BREWER, 2d. '
ALPeJVXES E BOSTON No. 1 CRUSH-
naif boxes East 'Boston nntnnhill B.,,.-
" V"f S,ur. J"1 received per'clipper ship "Sy
ren," for sale by
131-tf CHAS: BREWER 2d
Bjiun SAuCi Mix
V. C. WATERMAN ft CO.
v a ire :
. - w 4m ak4X7l .
200 CASKS wted sizes, arrived per "Syren,'
UUAS. BREWER, 2D.
FIVE EXTRA, LIGHT FANCY SITT.tr TV
tor aal. by (U4f) V lYMEr
V 5 MAHXLA CORDAGE, T 4- .
17?Jalt ti4f07 To cwse coKaiGxr-
-113tf V D. C. WATKRMAH ft Co.
spnt 1 Tl . W r
r:rxion w. y, si hiro D3
awrsawa- aW as.-m a
EtTJil A1T lrrr,.
BESPECTING ' W
yESSELsHARnoiis an,, I
PORTS 0F.TUE ILUVAITas )
rESSELS ARRIVING Or
V' Entry to make the usual marine . T A rW
at the Fore,) If tiny want a hI;A. 'rfc"
The pilot wtll approach vees on th 1
sent the health certificate to be signed bv ik?1'! '
set is free from contagion, the enpuin in, "V,
otherwise he will hoist the yellow g . ,ta.J
of the pilot and health officer. "'""Sv1
Tlie commanding officer of aur mt. '
after her arrival at either of the tenl1
make known to the collect- of enstom, Z
said vessel has come to this port, fiim.hv
tieesengers. and deliver him, under ., . . ti
inauifet of the cargo with which saa' V"8'';
manifest shall contain an account of tb. .
marks, number, contents and quantitfe." f
importers or consignees. When any ii w
perform any or all of the acts above ai '''
eight hoars after his arrival, be ahall beZn
eeeding one thousand dollars. Ue Ull i?,,
above mentioned, deliver, under oath, a S1
board at the time of her arrival, ondei JLi? "
a fine of one hundred dollars. p"9fa'
Masters of whaling vessels shall e&ter tl i
lector's office within forty-eight hour,Tf, "4
either of tbe ports of entry, and previous t '
ping any seamen, or taking off any ,UMI;""W
penalty of not less than ten or more than V
They shall also, within the time a,Te
all wines and spirits on board as store, tlZr
cargo and freight, except the produce of'oJ '
outfit, provisions and furniture of their vfW
forfeiting all such stores, cariro and fna'riit'
of stores or manifest, and a fine of one bu,,
Before landing baggage, a permit f, tu
tained froia the collector, aud no permit rtpj"
requisite iassenger list has been furuishe,) I "i
Masters of vessels allowing baggage to u
pllance with the laws, are subject to a flner s0
The coll ector, at his discretion, and at th.
sel, may provide an ottieer to he piesen. .I'lji
discharge, to superintend the disemlwrkan
other or ureater amount of merchandu. k. ,,
forth in the permit. ""Sta
Vessels having spirits, wines, or any au.
board, subject to a duty exceeding five ptrall!
receiving such articles on board, are liable tT- V
board, who shall receive the sum of twoa ju"
per diem, and also food aud lodgii-.g at tlx h
The following are the only ports of entry a!'
for vessels of all descriptions, Honolulu. (i, lf tit
Hilo, Kealakeakuaand Kawaihae, (1111 !?S'
and for whalers and vessels of war only Iljiai
The jort charges are as follows : ' ""v
At Honolulu Pilotage one dollar prr tvt I
pilotage if no pilot is employed ; health cmjw'
buoys, two dollars ; harbor master, three d JuT!
dollar ; pilot for anchoring a vessel outtiu, Vri'S
ter the harbor, ten dollars. ' tu kl
At Lahaina. Boarding officar, five dclhr,. w I
lar ; canal, (if used,) two dollars ; clearaW
At Hilo. rnotage, health certificate ami
At Kealakeakua Boarding officer. 5-
At Kawaihae, (Hawaii,) and Koloa. (kIT4
All charges Tor buoys and boarding officer mimt.
vllnctr's office before ladim nniHi., .' --Ji-i
go or passengers, shipping or discharging aoj bm?M
entratred in foreitm trade, are liable to ,k. . 1
strictioas as foreign vessels.
Whale shins are allowed to l.imt m-.i. ....
dred dollars-free of duty. VH
Products of the whalefi.hery may be transhiit.)
charge except for entry and permit. If soli Trl
landed in bond for expirt, they are liable u in-, 1
mmiI on value bv f.si iin.t. -Cd
The permits granted to whalers do Dot induit.
. position of spirituous liquors. - I
Any master of a whaWiip who shall foil to raj
mit when called for, shall 1 liable to a fine of
or more tlian fifty doliars, to lie imposed hr tbeeZH
Before obtaining a clearance for a ve?LtlfcJ
quired to furnish the collector with a mantles J
tended to be exported, a manifest of ail 'wi143
or transhipped from other vessels, a list of u mun J
of all passengers who are to leave the kin:.lm ir:! J
pay alt legal charges at the harior master', oJa
lector 3 office. .
Every captain of a vessel who shall conv ar t J
dom as a passenger, any person to whom iht m.
plies, who shall not be provided with a paMponH.J
ter of foreign relations or collector of cmtnaai,
such IH.TS011, be liable to a fine of fifty d.illw, M 1
debts and ohligatians which such passenpen a
paid in this kingdom, and the vessel shall he U,
ment and sale to pay the f .me. 1
Any vessel having cargo on board intended bib;)
or spirita in cargo or stores, may not touch at 1 us
of entry, without a permit from a collector. 1
Masters of vessels are requested to leave tlrtr ash
board with the officer in command, for tlieguitiami
Oil. wbalelKXie, or any other article of meritai. J
transhipped without a permit, is liable to stirurf tut
Vessels landing gowls 11 "yhich the dutwr.
paid, are liable to seizure ai fiscation. I
If any person commit anonVtide on .liorf. ml J
board a vessel, it shall be the duty of tlie e-mrcuofj
such vessel to surrender the suspected or culfnt pn
ollicer of the police who demands his iurrenirroi i.
- tion of a legal warrant.
All sailors found ashore at Lahaina after tlx tea
drum, or nt Honolulu after the ringing of the Innac
subject to apprehension and a fine of two dnllart.
Shipmasters must give jce to the Imrhjf m4
sertiou of any of their saiw within forty-eight Ucy
penalty of one hundred dollars. .
Foreign seamen are not allowed to he dichirpi L
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu. Uhnui
and at these porta on with the written coumdi t 1
- Honolulu, Lahaina and Hilo, are the only pnv
tive seamen are sllowed to lie shipped andduidum.
those places only before the a'geut for shipping utitrH
No spirits or other merchandise shall be entered
for consumption or re-expMtation at any of tbe fti
kingdom except Honolulu, Lahaina and lido, ail I
winea liable to a duty higher than five per cent a 1
shall be so entered at Hilo. I
The rates of d utiea on merchand ise landed In Ihs ka;
as follows . j
On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, ale, porter audi! i
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of any itvrpn.
eeeding 55 per cent, nor less than 27 per oiiit. tf at
dollars per gallon. Do. exceeding H par orm. m
dollars er gallon. Io. exceeding 18 p-r cent vAk
Ing 27 per cent, of alcohol, one dotlar per pallno. fc a
ing 18 per cent, of alcohol, five per cent, ad vahra
On sugar, molasses, syrups of sugars, and cufe,'
of any country with which this government ha i
treaty, as follows : )
Two cents per pound on sugars, ten cents per nv
lasses and syrups of sugars, three cents per puaatt
On all other merchandise nve per cent, ad nkro.
On merchandise transhipped from oae vend t a
transit duty of one per cent, ad valorem.
Any vessel taking away a prisoner from tbe IUki
to a fine of five hundred dollars.
Any captaiu or other officer of a f.ircljm read H
without eotniilylmr with the requirements of the hi. d
out of the jurisdiction of this governnu-nt. anr tn4
thereof, is liable to a fine ol fire hundred dollar.
Rapid riding i.t tlie streeUM prohibited unJttipi
The hours for landing goods or other articles, w
o'clock, A. M ., and 6 o'clock, P. M., on all darier?:
aud national holvdays. .
Office hours at the ihistom honse anJ other
every day (except Sundavs and national hiji?
o'clock, A. M., until 4 o'clock. P. M.
Vessels arriving from San Francisco, or ether
and having a mail for llonolu'u, will hoirt tbe mim
the fore. If a pilot is wanted ; but if a ptl is
sel having such a mail will hoist the ensign at avfci
Messrs. Morgan, Stone A Co- San Francwii.sKBrt
ized mail ageuts for the Hawaiian Goreruaxflta
leaving that port for Houolulu, are requi-sted tvuail
the time of their departure.
Harbor Rrsnlations of HimIA
Vessels anchoring outside of the reef off Ilonitlala.'M
their anchorage, when requested to do so by thr
either of the commissioned pilots, Vewel tnur.KJ
to lie anchored in the place designated by the Bl1
his assistant, and moved from one anch.jai.-t m
may direct, aud none except Hawaiian c""
than fifty tons burthen, and vessels undt-r caM:
or officer for the purpose of leaving l)rt, to qui a
without th-s written pennission of tlie h irlwc sn1' 1
The harbor master or his a-ssistant, or rnij iA
ing a vessel from one anchorage or ni-xinr
make fast to anv other vessel or to any wrfi or
.iti .... lK. ....... n.ttincr ttVuV i CaS "
or fastening, is liable to the penalty stueJ lr4,:,ui
ter is responsible for the samj. All vesl "
shall, when so reiuesd by the hariir msshr "
lack down Uieir stream cables and itlier rastrcii'4 I
AU vessels entering tke harli. slwll, if WIg-7!,
harbor master, or either of the pilot, ri ia ttar Jt4
and spanker booms, ami top their lower und 'O
in twenty-fl'Or hours after anchoriuit wiihii we s
alt cases lefore atumptiug toconie alougrf4.".
either of the docks or wharves, aud ktvp Oxb. .
tpiied until within twenty-four b mrs of thrir M .
bor, and until removiug from any wharf or a et- j
No pitch, tar, resin or oil shall be hr.Ud m J
el within the harbor : but all sueti eom-uj-- ,
ueaiea on snore, or in a unti, - -
. from any vtsnel. f, .
Anv iiin 44-ho nbjill throw or cause i" "
harbor, or leave or cause 1 1 be left upon thf tWJVj u
dead aninml, shall lie liable to he ai)prtli,ra 1
stated below. . h.ju.s
Any ve 1 taking on board or di sclmrpt f,
tarpaulin properly stretched ami spread P I
falling into the water. . .mvM
For each violation of either of tl f 'rcpara- l
the person violating is liable toa Z.i,'
If a pilot conduct a vessel to anch.wat!' "ZLifi
lulu, and be not detained on board from the i
sel, logger tlian twenty-ftmr hours, he "'"J, a J
and $1 for health certificate, and if fd,'tt!'vwtJ
,thsn twenty-four hours, $5 er diem tr ,'rit!ll- a
detention. Should a vessel thus nchrra ti 1
afterwards enter, the anchorage fees 'l'T?!I;y
milled, and the r ' -dotage ana nr;' - " i,.
. ' " .4. .twmt!
Tlw nilnte.sha ie vessels wiikd
of fully within th A (within the ""V J
wl-e direrte.1 by t.. oor masU-r.) and rix I
able aud eonveuient place. ntn-
The harbor master shall board all fi'M!,,f"
lan vessels from foreign port. oon ' , IT.'
entered the harbor, direct them where aw n- . j
INX I1M 441V 4.o,ui.m.u..'b . 1 flC 1
lations. andt-celre a list of passenger,
Hector gen.'?Hi'a office - fro
three dollars ia addition to the amount ps.a
' boats and warps in movinr and m"'"'"" 9
necessarily detained on board more than 4,
to receive at the rate of one dollar P',";. gpos '
Uon and for each time that he may be
vwsel after having once moored he r I'M"" I
eelve the same pay aa in the first 'nruT
Any person who shaU throw stoi.es or tn j
from a vessel at anchor in the harbor of H"1"0" )
to a fine of 1 100. , ' hitt hi
Shore Boars. Any bct plying fr J"'
Honolulu, wbetlier employed "J ?T,J. J
without elng licensed, is liable ?W- J
- Every passenger hi: in licensed o
carrv with him 100 lbs. of luggage "'b t
charge and for aU extra luggage V j'
ding to agreement with owner Jf $
AU the boats of hire foe time are ent.lle-i s
passenger for tlie first hour, one aciiar ;
lug nour nrty cenia. ..tj 10 cw .
All boat hised by distance art enUtW -,
.-.o. f, Mrw wvva-enirer to and from nJ, r)'
cents tor every lh, ,h p-J"" 4
the inner harlwr or buoy, off ntfJ, ol
son ft Co. I fifty cents to and from '"fJTi. ,
4. 4... .4... i h,m.n the buoy otfabrea . f
harbor, that Is between the buoy "nl,rt" ,n,
Robinson ft Cq and abreast of the r
vl abreast .rf the
tr.f the westerly H'J, ?hlrh '
w 4iic inavj .......... nt t kXt
4. . 1- .11 mim at the point 1,1 . .ieiT
not llng fifteen minutes W'." el !
r- 4 should he detained alongsWe "orf ,
en minutes, then the owner! to eo" j
... m. ...A minutes of su -
.ooolulii, January. 1858.
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