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im stf puoucau.. papers ior a merican
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nodding lines.; per annum $5 00t
,&cddit!onal line.) - 50 ett.
rr Payable always ln adranae, jr
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-.raMe t the end of each quarter :
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r,Th rf scutamil, per qmtrter ..$12 0u
eolumn. per eomrnn $20 00
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From Dickens An the Tear Round.
M fn-!anJ, he has great warriors,
princes, and poets great
ajt the Kk-'h is not to be quite forgot,
u tKorj of the Btate.
g rich in the best of all metals,
let lacks and roW
wjrth bis doe, and his heart is true,
ti.t b btoweth both hot and cold.
Tyt bui- is he of inctxlUrie
jj,, rrer the wi.le world saw.
Xvl a brrw fak e'er robbed the Back,
fc aerer doth break the law.
g. fcata hoes thai are worn by strangers, . .
1C at hagheth and maketh more ;
j t itare (eooeraled) In the poor man's Bell,
Ttt s to the poor mac's store.
jya hurrah t the Iron Blacksmith ! '
jjitarr!. t his Iron crew
jji sbirorrer we p where bis forges glow,
TtHticg vhat a ax can do.
iri on ornithology inquires what kind of
(! highest. We don't know; but nn-
foruMr pJn eagles generally flj fastt.
jprry ot our posteruj tnat we may be bet--libitid'w
destroy or corrupt our cotempora-
Barbesaid in illustration of the sweetness
t!D ot ine '-nS1" language, that ita
pilphabet begins with A B.
Ljn"voa finialieI HCjuing that fish yet,
Lr Xl waster, 'tis a Tery large one."
i roll, j"u have ha-l time to scale a moun-
ITi vt d tou propose to take for your cold ?"
i n 3 Tery cheap ; I won't higgle about
La Aow the nature of a man, as fruit does
rfitrve; while motives, like the eap, are
ai tnm our view.
Pt-t ennvrse wiin a taay wun a cigar in
W mouth, or smoke in anybody's company,
tr-r remind people of their personal deform-
g of the relatives who nave disgraced them
U-x rule in a fine carriage and employ a
of savants, while your widowed sister
on foot and obliged to work for her daily
6e fwil of time were to be the ignt of
.there is no absurdity, oppression, or fitlse-
V. tiiat niizb t not be received as Gospel ; wh ile
pel itelf would want the more ancient
tut A ragan ism .
as once said of the young ladies of Paris,
4-r l.ved with their heails, and thought
thir heart3. There are man v youtig gen-
mi f our day, who doeither with either.
Lay fjld their hands in petiiions when they
to be using them in toil. 1 hey never learn
useful, toiling lifeyiay be a perpetual
u it is a perpetual nymn.
va a malignant man strikes at the great
ivtors of his rare, ne deserves, lire tne in
mr ma' II j fired his arrow at the sun, to
iCen with the curse of blindness.
Connecticut schoolmaster asked a Ltd from
but, "How many Gods are there?" The
ifvr scratching nis neau some time, repueu :
i.t know how many you have in Connec- ,
.bat we have none in Rhode Island."
i Pixtilece or Povxrtt. It is the great
of poverty to be happy unenvied to be
;t without physic secure without a guard
iso obciin from the bounty of nature what
fcit ani wealthy are compelled to procure
bap of art. Johnson.
libralter there was a great scarcity of
: An officer said he was very easy awut
faatter, r r he had. nothing to uo wnu waw-r;
anly jrot his tm in the morning and puncn
it! it was all he wanted.
pr-HtxDED Complmes-t. Vben Mr. "White- j
hlbe.l his fire houra' oration on Kars,
Pi!rarton replied that the honorable gen- j
i3i ewech was highly crroiiauie to ma
im 1st his dog on Washington street, ios
Ae other day, and when he whistled it made
umtblT dressed young lady jump about as
hx the St. Vitus dance. Finally she gave
In jump f rward. and the unfortunate dog
mtlrnan, observing a servant girl, who
'-Wiimled, placing the knives and forks on
iiiapr-tiMe in the same awkward position.
Vil t her that she was laying them left-
'l "Oh, indade !" said sh-, " so I hnve !
sir, to help me turn the table round !"
PT.UTVT Howwowr Bhead. Break two esgs
t b wl an.1 beat them from five to ten min
A LI hr eontinuallT stirriftz. lt Poon
r :t. f nr or five table-srwonfuls of hot
. .nr rlaced nearly to the consistency" of
rt-H wit!i hot milk, one large ipoomui .
t. mI a r.int Af meal scaMed dry. Make
mixture inti small loaves or round cakes lj
thi..k, and bake ia a brisk oven.
smr PiE.Line the pie dish with paste
" it even full with eranherrr sauce, as pre-
MrurraU: grate nutmeg upon the cran-
: oat srrip nf the paste arounu tne eugc
and namerons stripes across the sur
s the pie, with leaves and fanciful figures
the paste; liake twenty minutes.
'.'TtTATioi or GBvrct. We finI the fol-
trmihthn of an article in a German pa
AjricuUot. which contains an account
pTvation of grapes in Russia :
ier who live1 at St. FetersrHirg uuruiS
inter se-An. aL-ites that he ate there the
Mn l most beautiful -grapes he had ever
h To rrerve them they should be cut be-
1111 v rine. Do not handle the berries,
f H Itraaged ones, then lay the grapes in a
1 jar, noiumg aooai. umy h..vr.
wtb should be narrow, so that the grapes
t touch eaeh nther. Fill the spaces be-
thera with millet- Cover closely with a
frr well fitted and concealed. Over this
thick MTiPr arwl lt it be hermetically.
Node the air. In this air-tight jar the
SnTn fally, and acquire a flavor seldom
l bv My other method, and are preserved
jars in the best condition.
:tJS H.1RSBS3. 1 have lately met with a
which was recommended by A. Baker,
petoT of the most extensive livery establish
r " Rochester, which I forward for inser-
fe neat's foot oil and ivory or patent black,
r well pulverised, or to be made so be-o-hlw
addin? the black
nr nnite black. In
w"ber the oil ahnnld be somewhat wanned
' 0uin. With jtsnnnire anrdv a light coat
mixtnni v. v lfV,T- will readi-
1,1 , ""IT WHMtUW o..v. --
rJt unless the harness is very dry, in
waa a heavier cotit may be necessary.
" dry, wash thoroughly with soapsuds.
the ania nu -nA otiloAMTI and COld
water. Warm waLr should newer be used
leather. Apply the suds with a sponge,
,a with Kn.v.v; tv-. i.t!i tW eoor har-
i . . . ...
aim .1 r J .lw WW will
a svtii i rk1i.rilA for
- If it T-.-;ii with mid or sweat,
PTli"a.tirt .e I mm above di-
l win be saEciel (without oCing) to give
PPraiw. Two ar-piicauoM oi
Qnaths,) wiU ze rz t to t"? bap-
J. F. COLBURX,
Kaahumann street, Honolulu, Oaho, "
A. P. EVERETT,
Ilonolulu, Oabu, II. I.
Merchant and Importer. Office.
Von IIOLTi II KIT r: if .
TR. C. BECCK
Oeoeral Commission Mercbanta. Uooolulu, Oaho, 8. I
ALEX. J. CARTWRICllT.
CmSlIMnChnl,nd hiWS Uonolulo,
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and
Spirits, Ale and
tne rost Uffice. liouotulu.
Z i2r Jr l Cnri'er of Qn and Nuuanu streeu on
C. II. LEWERS,
Lomber and building materials, Fort St. Honolulu.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
i commission Aseuts, and SlUp ChamUers, Honolulu
lJ anii saner uoru. Hotel street between Nuuanu
,K Jiuiuica nrerts. Jlonolulu, S. I. 11 tf
- . r nosaiiix, jr
JiUS.q.- & SOX,
Bakers. Orncers and Dealers in Dry Ooo-ls, Nuuanu strwt, non
W. X. LADD,
importer anl Dealer in Hardwark. Cctlfrt. Mimxirs'
- Tools ami Agrk-cltvral InLEHt.vrs. lurt street. Ilono.
JANIOX, GREEN dc CO.,
Commission Merchants Firc-l'icof Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1359. 105-tf
A. S. & 31. S. GRIXRAIJ3I,
Importers and Dealers in Fa-hiunahle CKhinx. Hats. Caps
Hoots and Shoes, a id every rarirty if Gtnitk-mcn's Superior
rurnismns; uomu. More, criier of Fort and Jlercliant sts,
Honolulu, Oaliu. - lllMf
r B. 8WAIX, HAWAII
Dealers in all kind of Hawaiuin Produce. lIonolnlii.Oahu. II. I
Draw Bills of Exchange on Mcaars. McKuer ii Merrill, gan
francisco; L . S. A. 126-tf
RITSON & HART,
Buccemors to Sir. IKjry B'rf'ins.tn, Whokale Wine and Spirit
MerchantA, Huoolulu. II. I , under the Konm of A. J. Cart
wright, and at the foot of Kaahumanu street. 32-tf
J. C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oaho, S. I.
Wanted, Bills of Exchange on the V. 8. and Europe. Con
sifrnment from abroad promptly attended to. Island pro
duce of all k:nU taken in exchange for goods. 105-tf
R. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
Regular Line of Boston and Ilonolulu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titcomb I'lanlatinn.
Sale of Crocker Brothers x Co s Yellow Metal.
Vow Fntrland RooSns' 4:
chas. a. anor. a. aldricr
RISIIOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office In the east corner of u Makee's Block," on
Kaahutnaiiu street, Hon l ulu.
WiU receive deos.ts. discount flrst-cUss business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. 113-tf
W. A. ALDRICII,
Importer and Deakr in General Merchandise ; Commission
Aevnt for the Sale of Suzar. Molasses and Coffee, aud other
Island Produce. Aeiit t . the I.IHIB PlaxtatioX. Con
siirnments of all kinds of I.-dand l"roduce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 105-tf
THOMAS SPENCER, "
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Ilonolulu, Oahu. S. I., kerps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleships and other.
Shipping furnished with all kinds t.f groceries, nrovisious, Ac,
at the shortest notk-e. at the very lowest market prices.
a-r Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
CC8T. C HRLCHRRSJ.
3IELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship ChatoWs, Honolulu, Oahu,
I. gtone store comer of Kaahumanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Wludcrs bills on the
U. S. and Europe. loi 'tf
: C. BREWER 2d,
General CouimBsdon SlerclianU Honoluln, Oah.t, 8. I. Money
advanced on tivorahle terms for bUls of Exchange on the
l JavEngUnd and France. ft4f
" AMOS. S. COOK S.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers In General Mer
X!, at the .44 .Ud, cr of the Ktog and Schoo
troeta. near the laiye Chnrch. Also at the store
fyptl by C II Nolsor, in Kin.r r oiM
ite the Seamans ChapeU Agents for Dr. JayuesMerli
on hand, for sale, at their eb
ments on KioR street, Honolulu, and at Lnhaina, Maul,
2?"" Svrui. Tea. Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of eeneral merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1S57.
A. T. EVERETT.
J anion's new block. Queen street, Honolulu, H. I.
Messrs. Fam o TArrax, -
K. D. BRir,HA-t li
u Bctlkr. Ksjth Hill,
nonola'u. July 1. 1857. i
C. A. X. II. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, OAUU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. .
Obobc. F. Poot, Esq., -
KLtSHA Uass-kll, Vv.t -Messrs.
Ro. Carp RC-
Waldo, Babrt A Co., -AasasrraT,
Clab Co., -Badgeb
jobs r. rorx.
f. rr. WATERMAN
-sr-cia, attention XSTjl
"y SSZ procuring of Freight.
Mes-s. I.aac HowLAxr, Ja-, Co. w Bedford.
W. G. E. Pora, Er
MOKAX, STOSE w., ----
McKcer A MaaaiLL,
" H. W. SEVERANCE,
f Lata of C L Richards A Co..) Ship Chandler and Commission
(Late Merchant, Honolulu, S. I.
Captain B. P. Ssow, - - "
Wiluaxs A Have,
Morgas, Stoe Co., -McRrsa
Swirr A Alles,
T. A A. R- NT.
Hes-t A. Pwacr, - -
UalsxiUL. J . .w-aod
U. W. SKVERANCK win iP"
2 byThippiag, be
r . a , tn m I .r low rases.
kept on dww
, Co k Co..) Shipping and Commissi
CSc,OC .nIaLu; Sandwich Islands.
fl.r A. PBc. Boston.
gwi A ALLH, NewBedford.
,fBSL Brooks. Baa rraadaeo.
F. . WllOXwUthe
aloa Stoainess fotmeriy c"''"1t" ' ship Cfcaadlery Une,
tat ooaatantly on JZZ Whaleahipa, b a prepar
exLeriene in every mate" J"ow'rl entrnsttag
perior fae. Ttentton will ba paM
Sew wosiaeasto his charge. i
to "-J?-l i- at class ships- ki -------H
HAWAIIAN- FLOUR. COMPANY,
-1W-tf A. P. EYERKTT, Treasurer and Agent.
iCIIAS. BREWER, 2d,
Agent for the BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu.
E. O. HIM-
laiLT?,!",ln "--"Jf-. ry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
uu- .curneroi ran and King streets. 105-t
AGENT FOR THE
New Tork Bward T Cader ritera.
uuucrBigneu es leave to not if v IM.m. st.:
k.. 1 j . ' - . ""'K -oirif
New York "MctvJZZrSgT" " f'
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGOT.
e orciuca ana vn saen Hoard of Underwriter. All
against uae said L nderwriters, occurring in
- iitfuoui, wiu nave to tie ce rutted before him
I 3,0kRTI,ERX ASSURANCE COMPA
A ny, (establihed 1S38.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
. unaersignett aas been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
"rt1"- J ANION, GREEN. 4 Co.
AGENT FOR THE
L. iveroool End
Th. : i i . ... ... .
....r,s.KI,ra oey leave to notiry Merchants, Ship owners.
Vn JZ'Or ne nas recelvel the appointment
""uuninn. islands ror
the LIVERPOOL UNDER
JANION GREEN, & Co.
AGENT FOR LLOYD'S
xne unoersi ert Degs to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
-.-.ifiniuu ., mm ne nas received the appointment ot
i a inese is, amis lor LLUYU'S LONDON.
105 JANION, UBEEN k Co.
i. n. flitxerT
Continues his old business at the new store in MuVm'i n fl
prooi nuuuing, at the stand recently ocmpied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Oneen and Kiuihnmmn
vunmomewn rated iy olservatior.s of the inn and star.
witn a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
" aujusiea. ennru and nautical instruments constantly
vi. umii. itr Kile. f tf
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rHlK Li N DERSIGXED, Apentsof the above Com-
m. pany, are prepanti to insure risks araiiut fire In anil
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCIIER3 & CO.
Ilono ulu, Oct. 11, 1557. 68-tf
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN' ASSURANCE CO.
THE UN DERSIGN ED be to notify to those par
ties who have insured in this oltice wooden Imililings or
their contenU within the precincts of Honolulu, that in con.e-
sequence of the continued erection of l;irfe and hij:h aoolen
biiildintrs close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
ber constructions in the town will be taken, and those alreadv
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
JAMOX, GKEEX, & Co.
83-tf Agent for the Northern Assurance Co.
E. HOFFSCHLAEGER Si STAPEN'HORST.
A cent to for the
PARIS AND BORDEAUX BOARDS OF UNDER
AVIS AU PUBLIC. '
Lf.s Soussignes, nyant ete nommes Agents pour les
Assureurs niantimes de runs et de Bordeaux,
previennent le public en general et les Capi
tainesde uavires marchands francais, qui vi. silent
les ports de ce royaume, en partieulier, que dans
tous les caS d'araries, qui auraient lieu dans ees
ymi njco, aus ucuvuij jftss, vw wv.
les f.iits devant euz pour legaliser leurs recla
mations contre les dits assureurs.
61-tf ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENIIORST.
CHAS. F. GUILLOU, 31. D ,
Late Surgeon United States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office, corner Kaahumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel sire -t.
Medical and dnrgical advice in English, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. M. to 2 v. . at other hours inquire at
his residence. 1-tf
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
hysictan and Surgeon, office in the new drug store, adjoining
the store or 11. llacKieiu K co., vuera-eireei. i-u
J. D. BLAIR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Proctor in Admiralty. Of
fice over Dr. Uualou's urug store, tionoiuiu, a. i. io-u
Attorney at Law. Office, over the r-ost-omce. xransacts
business and executes documents in me uaiive language.
Office and Drug Store. Kaahumanu Street, opposite .Makee s
block. Ship's Medicine cnt-sis rentieu, aim i tripum..
carefully prepared. ....
XT HotjCold, vapor, shower and medicated baths, at an nours
HONOLULU MEDICAL HALL.
DOCTOR McKIBBIN, Surgeon, Ac,
nas removed to the Store lately occupied by Dr. Lathrop, in
Queen S'reet, where he will oe reguiany suppucu
Medicines, Perfumery, etc., of the best quality.
T Family Medicines and Prescriptions careiuny prepare...
y r iedicine Chesu examined and refitted on reasonable terms.
.. . a . u :.. A d u nn .IX-t
Attendance at me oiuce .n.u a
from 8 to 11 A. . on punuays. At wit i....ea
at his residence.
Union street. lit-ii
IIOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission .Mercnanw ana ism .
... i i Mn.,; tl Tiulfv fnrnishea
with recruits at the shortest notice. In exchange for goods
JOIIX TIIO.MAS WATE4KHOUSE,
iporter, Whoknale and Retail Dealer In General Merchandise.
Honolulu, and Lahalna, Maui
rwl.T In General Merchandise, nun, nawau.
with recruits at the shortest notice, on
Bills of exchange wanted.
e -V. KMERSOX.
Waia.ua, Oahu, Dealer 10"
A anpli I OFT IX-IU liniuni""! . , - c-r '
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite the
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes "ery
Foit an.1 Merchant sou. Honolulu H; tjL
RK.ORG E C. SIDERS,
a . R.ku Tin and Copper Pumps, Batnmg
neatness and dispatch.
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
. . mtt vtw BUILDER. The undersigned wouiu iu-
CONRACTOR ANUaCLii h(J , taken Bnd
form nis ineuu. -" lr. opposite C. Brewer
fitted nP th. "'7ETrelH wolicit that
3d'. Store, "tPN,,tr.ny Stowed. All orders-in
patronage BuTlding, Plans, Specifications and
nnBg WINDOW SASH, and all other articles ir
Ship Chandlers and Dealers in Oeneral Merchandise,
v a T T A :1AU A
. , niii with recruits.
Good toctutie tor koi?f
Bn,urn'ued lor bill, of exchange.
B. PIT3I Ali ,
BYRON'S BAT, HILO, HAWAII,
. mnA Dealer in Oeneral Mercnanuis, j-
Chsodler and fJ aorent of every description
stuyonnw-- , p,,,,,! others.
-JSr-i FlTBe?f and Vegetable andal.
Rhinoing tarntohed win xr . t the
' kind, of G I 1; most reasonable terma.
fiaa, March, 160-
X. nmnuia -tnwm wad itn work,
r.. -X vPT Ac on
and tde to
cart ao a,
' .' -
e ..!' eoal for
Stores, 3rotlIing. ani Ileal (Estate.
THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KA A-
numanu streut, recently occupied Dy Messrs. Kitaon A
Hart, In the sine and spirit trade. Possession riven on
the 1st of October next. For terms, apply personally to
lof-tf At his rooms over Pr. McKiblins.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
THE VALUABLE PREMISES OX THE
corner of Richard and Queen streets, formerly known as
the "Uanchett Premises," are offered ftr sale. For
particulars, apply on the premises, or to A. MILLER,
Title fee-simple. (159-lm) King street.
DWELLING-HOUSE TO LET.
THE HOUSE BELONGING TO H. F.
Poor, situ, i on Lilihi street, wiU be leased to
at a low figure.
Please apply to
C. A. H. r. POOR.
TO LET, J '
(vTHE DWELLING-HOUSE IN' N'UU-
r'li nu 'alley, lately occupied by Mr. Thomas Brown.
i-i-L. llease apply to
las-tf FRED. TL HANKS
HOUSE TO LET. .
AtTIIE CO.M3IODIOUS .VXD ' PLEAS
Bljij! antly situated dwelling-house In Nuuanu Valley, now
Li-JL occupied by Mr. M. B. Beckwith. It Is just beyond the
first bridge has government water lui I on, and is a very desir
able tainily residence. Apply to ED. KEMP,
laS-tf Hotel street, opposite the .National Hotel.
A SU3I3IER RESIDEXCE
TO BE HAD, BT THE WEEK
month. Inquire of
O. P. JTJDD.
Waikalialula Water Lots!
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agent for the sale and letse of the ,
waiKniiaiuiu Xjois i .
Ix?g3 to call the attention of MeVchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered In lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
B. .ariy application should be made ror choice Lots.
' W. L. GREEN,
Airent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Ilonolulu, Oct. 21, 185i. 121-tf
CoJIcc Plantation Tor Sale !
TITCOMB COFFEE PLAXTATIOX,
AT II AN A LEI, KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprises up
wards of 1050 Aerrs, and has upon it dO.OOO Colfre
Trees, The land is well adapted to the cultivation of sugar
cane. The estate is unencumbered, and will be Sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
TO LET, LEASE, OR FOR
THE WELL KNOWN' AND
tablished BOARDING HOUSE, known as the "UNION,"
is offered for sale.
This house has done a most excellent business for a lonz time.
and the Proprietor is forced to part with it from being too much
occupied in other business. Apply to
143-tf Hotel Street.
A SU3I.UER RETREAT!
family desiring to avoid the heats of summer. Good ac
commodations may be had two miles from the Post Office
n the valley, at the cottage in the rear of my residence, terms
moderate. (150-tf) A. BIMIOP.
fSw anu street, opposite Merchant street, consisting of TWO
i..7J STORES, with fixtures., etc. Apply to
120-tl a. l . 1.1 r.ni.11.
. TP-T" :.? AND OF.
fices in the FIRE PROOF BRICK BUILDING, corner of
Kaahumanu and Queen streets, vis :
The office on the second floor, directly over the Savings Bank.
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
Possession given Immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
lio.tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
: . O LET,
uTIlE IOVRDING IIUISE IX 1 1 1 It.
r ...r of the " White Horse Hotel," with 12 separate bed
J. rooms, all furnished. Iuquire on the premises. lll-tf
TO LET STORAGE.
THE CELLAR UNDER THE
. ii Itiln House Jnc ol tne mraicmivcucuiiu hjwii eapa-
',; 1. ble of storing about 400 tons, inqure ot
II. M. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE OR TO fjET,
THE FOffETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fortstrect, Ilonolulu.
SI PSR WEEK.
FOR SALE OR LEkSE.
THE PREMISES BELOSH.XIi TO U. T.
Am-rlienr. Eso.. corner of King anu uaunaKea streets.
Immpd" ite nossession can lie given if required. For
terms apply to l6-tf F LOR en a a Ai-b.MiuKaf.
THE TWO STORES RECEXTLF
erected In Fort street, between Kiniand Merchant sts.
Parties wishing to lease can have thai titled to suit by
early application. For terms, please apply 0 .
ei.tr f B. F. SNOW.
NEW COOPER AGS !
ANTHON'S BUILDING, MEICIIANT ST.
Honolulu, Onhu, ILL
rm -ifiE UNDERSIGNED IIA1E TAKEX
M the abore premises for the purpose of cajying on the
in all its various branches, and solicit a sire of the public
patronage. I ....
iking all practical coopers, they flatter theeelves that they
can do work as well and on as reasonable ters as any other es
ahlihment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich lands.
147-3m LAMB, ARDEN A CO.
II. F. LONG, j
Undertaker and Cabinc Maker,
"3BEGS LEAVE TO NriFr THE
iin-public that lie is now prepared biirnish all kinds
of COFFINS, and superintend Furals, at the short
r3 est notice. From the long experiee be has had in
the business, he trusts that he may gi ve satisftiou to those who
will favor him with a call. Ready made pinet. funs always on
hand, from $4 to $10 ; cherry and koa do., Wikhed, $10 and
$ib ; koa do, polished, $25 and $40. Koa Luer on hand and
t sale at his shop, King street, nearly oppo the Seamen s
Bethel. , . j ... ...
N. B . FURNITURE made, repaired andrarni.hed. with
neatness and dispatch. ' lliU
THE UNDERSIGNED, UVIXG A
iniiin of the above teiness, begs to
rl ',.!. ..! K nnMie trprillV Of HonolU-
2S13 lu, he is prepared to make to ofcr.on short no
tice, and in the most thorough workmanlikeoanner, Spring
I -ounces. Spring Beds, Hair, Pulu and Grass Mresses. Old So.
eti re-covered and repaired witheatness and dis
Capets .11 kinds Uud in the most t-
""rm6'' Kevt door to Geo. CUrk. Es Hotel street.
HONOLULU SOAP WRS,
W. J. RAWLINS & .,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAS FAVORS,
and are prepared, with their present aprovementa, to
suppl merchants and families with hard an soft soap i also,
neafootoil. tra4ie f, alow, slush, and
J ". " ' .
all kinds of kitchen grease. I
THE UXDERSIOXED.IlAV- A
7Ua ng taken the shop recently ocspied by T
VV Henry Smith, (the subscriber's o standi
I t 7 A ; . , .-m,ij. wnrV nf ill kinds w
' .tTle.nd at prices to suit the tnes. Particular
m first . Jf" " . tJ , .hIn ,v , and. having
attention wiu oe p.u - ., ' r , j i-nited
nrocured an experienced Farrier. reoenUy arrhd from the L mted
Shose requiring service, in that line mf rely upon their
ld ROB.RT BROWN.
THOMPSON & 1EX?LLE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOMjQOtTSE,
THE ABOVE .HAVIXO PjfCHASED
m - fnmsrl V rwwnii liw ia ,
i- A,-x.Ak-- ""rr v r r Crt
Dow prepared u exec n cm is v.e ' r.
ww i tk. 1 wwoaf raT.af inn WHIla j
n IRTRv. vu au .
Knne bv strict attention to tmsinea to merit a saa
of the public patronage heretofore so uberallybcete 1 ao.
- TlIIllNETT'8 COCOAINE
rTIOR PROMOTING THE GRwWTH AVD
"pRCSINGtAb KAACTY OP THtHUAN HAIR-lll-3oi
Parana by- g. tl"
Q B Par adebr- - 14A-bi) . ' U. H.-N i
AUGUST 11. 1859.
EXPECTS TO RECEIVE Br THE
nri HE FOLLOWING M B II f! II a vnicr
M. which, with the stuck on hand, and by other ships soon So i
-... 'wj tun umirmieoi of Bessonaole uouds. to
Axe and broad Hatchets
Shingling hatchets, assorted
Grindstone cranks and rollers
Grindstones, 125 lbs
Iron pots and teakettles -Cast
Iron cart boxes, 5 and 6 in
Cast steel rakes
Scythes and snaiths
Planter's and corn hoes
Ladies' and bog hoes
Axe and rake handles
Chisel, awl and auger handles
Whips and cowhides
Sash cord and win.' ow tine
Hatchet handles, hand btls
Log and cod lines.
Signal halyards, fish lines
Handled match planes, asstd
Bead and sash u lanes
Bench planes, asstd
Ox balls, rat traps
Wood saws, hand saws
Hand screws, lanterns
Shoe, scrub, paint, whKewasa.
oust, rjoor, horseles;, horse,
naiL tooth ami rmmli hra.K
.Trace, dog. halter, loir and
Brass and iron wire
Cast steel spades
j Baker's & Mason's sieves
jliair. wire and herb sieves
iBolts, asstd; locks, asstd
'Spring balances, screws
Patent combination rules, a new
300 coils Manila rope, astd small
nmcie tor carpenters
Braces and bits, ball braces
Braces without bits '
Socket chisels, gouges
Corner chisels, slicks
Bed keys, lied screws
C. S. Augers, ship suiters
Pricker sds, gauges
Oiutnecht's pencils, 1, 2, 3
Hair brushes, needles
Gillot's pens, 303404
,'Plna, chalk-line, reels
Ripping and cross-cut saws
.Auger bits, gimlet bits
Coat and clonk hooks
Racking and stop cocks
Clamp screws, mattocks
Grub picks, crow bait
Screw eyes, brass nails,
Bread and shoe knives
Walker's & Ely's percus'n caps Shoe pincers and punches
Steel shoe tacks, shoe nuils
Aikins' brad awls, 20 tools
Measuring tapes. 40. 60. 60 feet
lullet moulds, n'ppers
Bag locks, horse rasps
( Brick and plastering trowels
Turn screws and counter sinks
Square, flat and hf round files
j Padlock clasps, straight and
i Ivory handled table knives only
Knives and forks
; Plated table and dessert forks
j Tennessee saddles
ilron stirrups, bridles
link, black arid red
jNaite, cut, wrought, boat, clinch
I etc., etc.
jWhaling spades with handle
Saud and emery paper
Stove polish, sheet iron
rtrass and iron wire cloth
Fairbanks' scales. 000 lbs
Aests trunks, 4 each
Britannia tea and coffee pots
Plated cake baskets
do colTee urns
do forkf. and knives
Military, and musk shav'g soap Palm leaf and pocket fans
Enameled duck Mmk perfumery
Black bowed scissors, asstd 'Worsted needles
Diaper pins, bodkins tShaker mats. Dernier boxes
Silver thlnihles 'Ladies' baskets, asstd
Siectacles, bone buttons Boxes glass, asstd
Lead phie, . i, 1, 11, 2 inch . ,'Ship adies and handle
India ruhtier hose, , 11, li and Stock and dies, horse fleams
& men 1 Dust pans, graters
Day & Martin's blacking jSets shoe lasts
Gilt mouliling for picture frames Shaving boxes and brushes
irxna ruooer hair pins & combs. rapping paer
Foolscap and letter paper
Deck scrapers and brushes
Harness awls, brad awls
Shot, asstd; buckshot
Sledjies and stone hammer
Bar load anil solder .
Copper tacks and rivets '
jGrain aud coffee mills
Glue, steel m-ire
jCooper's compasses, hammers
drivers, punches and rivets
Bridle and harness leather
I Panel doors and sashes
- Dry Goods, &c.
Trusses wicking 'Coats' spool cotton
Extra heavy denims
Brown shirting, ticking
4-4. 5-4, 6-4, 8-4, 10-4, and ll-4:Crash, linen tapes.
Am. Russ. and 3cotch diapers
Heavy brown and blue drills
Super extension skirts
Suier misses' do
Emb. cotton and silk
Stay laces and binding
White and black elastic rib
Skirt bones, picture cord
j Yellow, red and white flannel
1ace quilts, braces
Silk velvet, prints""
Long shawls, all wool
Moire antique belts
Oiled silk, crinoline
Thread and muslin edgings
Men's and boy's half hose
Ladies' and misses' hose
White, brown and drab linen
Talma cords and tassels
Silk do do
Ribbon trimmed collars
Saddler's purse and floss silk
Gent's ladies' and misses' Lisle
Ladies' and misses' mohair
Square plaid shawls, wool
White and blue cotton thread
Alpacca umbrellas, etc., etc.
White silk aud cotton fringe
Fine bleached cotton, soft, etc.
Roots, Shoes, &c. -
Men's calf Oxford ties i Men's snd boy's calf boots
do do - do do sun sewed Metalie overshoes
Ladies' and misses' Congress lLadies' ami misses' kid slippers
gaiters, kid and silk do do do silk lined
Child's gaiters and bootees Child's shoes, assorted
Men's enameled slippers ,French calf skius
Yeast powders, tapioca
Sago, epsom salts
Pure sperm candles
Winchester's No. 1 soap '
Curry powder, ginger
Cayenne and black pepper
Eagle plows, Nos. 1, 3 and 20
Horse do, three sizes
Side hill flows
Rice huller and fanning mill
Edging knives, bog hoes
Hay nkes, harrows
Ok yokes and bows - -.Heavy
j Wheelbarrows, 1 and 2 wheels
.Grass hooks and scythes
Bush scythes and snaiths
Utake and hoe handles, etc., etc
Hats, Caps, &r.
Men's Senator hats I Brown Leghorn hats
do ShanKhae hats i Boy's lists, asstd
2 super ladies' mourning bon-. Misses' fiats, trimmed
nets, latest style London caps, asstd
Plates, tea and coffee cups, pit-Rockingham spittoons and bok-
chers, custards, molasses jugs,' Ing dishes
all granite ware Solar chimneys, 1 and 9
Solar lamps and shades Glass-salts and cruets.
Hanging lamps, hand lamps jOlasi dishes, paper shades
. . 'Water jugs, lanterns, etc
Painted tubs, pails
Chopping trays and bowls
Nests cedar tubs
Painted covered buckets.
Egg beaters, lime squeezers
Corn brushes, etc.
Clothes pins, sieves
Willow market baskets
Oral do do
Birch brooms, mops
Adze handles, etc.
Hair seating, etc, etc.
Towel stands, chairs
Pure lead In oil
Snow white zinc, in tins
Pummice stone, glue
i Verdigris, Paris green
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
n . - - - - -.
" ' " ' f.'S&lT.t'OB.-M
. .nn .,1.1 mil the ATTESTIOSOf
.matrStT hemwds. Ac, he is
tocturls'wrfh an Tthelatest improvement.
P Pirtu tTken Glass. Paper, Patent JLeather, India
XT ricrar uie . entire satisfaction.
B' Ktovrto call and examine specimen.
. D V nOnLAA IJ .ATUS.
HOUSE CARPENTER, 4c,
-w ixTifiTF.S THAT
UX PVexec'ute 'any Vork" in the above iined
M.mv t ...hiii- natronase. iw-rHi
opes to merit a r r : .
Harvey fc McClymont,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDERS AND
im irrvn STREETS. 15-tr
shops iy CJVO.V
C. E. WILLI AJWS,
ffihinet Maker "and Turner.
Tf nT PT. STREET. NEAR
"-- J, d.
.'liof'Giinlding- and Urge M 1GW.
. tinovinv. THnintr. tnnce ana
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order.
r m V rjWDERSICXED WOULD IXFOT
Tto Brie.l-f P-Mttath takonthef
. .. ird i n liianai (CarwMteT,) on King street, o
eondnct JZ77Z.ZLm and dis'X
R AU o I i viVl
f SIX DOLLARS PER AXXfM.
I VOL. IV, N. 6. WHOLE Nw, S.
J. C. SPALDING
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF TUB
Public to the following memoranda of Goods for sale, at
low rates, to arriTe," comprising Ute cargo of the Shin JO-
SI AH BRADLEY, due in September next; also invoices due
about same time, pr If A SHIM G Toy .ALfSTOX auQ RA-
.Bales scarlet blankets
Cases Otis denims -.
' B i les brown drills
Cases blue drills
: Bales royal blue flannel
1 Bales dark do
Bales blue sheeting
'Cases d do ' ' 1
Bales pink and buff prints
Bales Panama ticks
Bales Panama striiws
Cases Uxbridge sheetings
Bales brown sheetings
Bales Shetucket denims
Bales Androscoggin sheetings
Bales Gorrica blankets
Bales Rockdale do .
Groceries, Liquors, Provisions, Ac.
150 bbls prime' pork
25 8th casks U. V. P. brandy,
60 bbls m"ss beef
30 bbls Bourbon whisky
25 cases cherry cordial
25 cases claret
3 casks Jamaica rum
10 cases salt
100 cases Albany ale and porter 350 demijohns
do cases alcohol (ale 6 cases cheese
S casks Tennanfs India pale: 25 half bbls dried apples
4a casks do porter
61 casks 157 bbls bread
20 tierce hams
10 cases currant wine
10 cases sherry
1 bale corks
50 bbls rice
9 1 atilS i csks Pinet brandy
! 75 cases champagne elder
Cases of oysters, lib tins
Cases assorted meats
.Cases green corn
ICases table salt
Cases water crackers
100 cases gin
60 cases wine bitters
Cases salt, la 201b bags
100 tons Scotch coals
3307 feet plank
1 case oil clothing
19 cases clothing
20 boxes starch
Native's Pride I
230 kegs lead
3 rolls lead pipe
Cases palm hats
Ox bows, yokes and plows
Boiled linseed oil -:
Boots and shoes
j Whale boats
i Whale spades
347 sash doors
I 25 bndls windows
j 10 bndls blinds
: Cases hickory shirt
ICases check pants
Cases denim frocks and pants
(Cases palm leaf hats
Cases Otis denims
Cases charcoal irons
79 casks Cumberland coals
10 bbls coal tar
25 bbls pitch
50 bbls Wilmington tar
10 bbls bright varnish
30 bales gunny bags
239 kegs nails
Boxes family soap
Boxes salt-water soap
vases olue & white cot. thread
Per ""Washington Allston."
10 M feet W. P. sheathing, 1 in.100 coils cordage
planed two sides and edires 2ri bbls whisk v
32 M feet select W P. sheath- Pix:s brandy
mg, planed one side
30 cases crackers
6 cases flannels
3 cases clothing
50 M cheroots. No. 2
20 bbls bread
10 cases Mer. prints
25 gig harpoons
3 cases prints
15 M feet T. and G. sheathing
11 M feet spruce flooring, 1 in.
planed. T. and G.
14 M feet in. sheathing
10 M feet T. and G. pine boards
planed one side
Cases blue sheetings Tierces sugar cured hams
Cases Hamilton pink prints Cases hrogans
Kales blue and scarlet blankets Kegs cannon powder
2 superiot silver mounted har- Cases ! porting powder
ness Cases Hunt's bandied axes
An invoice of ladies' fancy Caea charcoal irons
goods .Casks cod. signal halyard.
uases incnesters penumed and hemp Hues
S. W. soap I . 157-tf
Just recciyed per -Bark "Sacheia"
FROM BOSTON, U. S. ,.
-TNASES STRIPED GRASS CLOTH, CASES
"-v.-- . - . Bt.h. ku. muvlrmf OniMn
Bales Union bro. drills,
Cases cair Jersey ties,
H Oxford pegged ties,
" fine Monterey
" roan slippers, (sewed,)
" women's col'd morocco,
" men's opera slippers,
" calf sewedJroganst
" elf sewed and pgd brogans
" calf sewed sailor's pumps,
Bales Temple " "
Bales Manadnock bro. sheet
Bales Livingston bleached sheet
Cases Otis denims.
Bales Thorndike Ticks,
Cases Livingston blea. drills.
Cases Honeycomb Quilts,
Cases L. Brown sheetings.
Cases Naumkeag bro. sheetings
Cases Clothing, raat'g
Cases 1-lb tins green peas.
Half bbls split peas,
uemm overalls and frocks,
cases refined lard.
Blue, mixed and red flan, shirts Half bbls crushed sugar.
Russia frocks. Kits mackerel.
Sporting jackets, illhls extra mess beef,
Dutch pants, Bxs, hf and qr do, layer raisins,
Black merino sacks. Half bbls butter.
Reeferl " Cases box salt, -
Blue reefers. Shook s fine bag do.
Black pants, Bbls Uaxall flour.
Striped shirts, 'Cases cheese,
Blue and red flannel shirts, iBbls rice,
Black beaver cloth Raglans. Bales cloves.
Pilot reef jackets, blue and blk, Bags pepper.
Best bread, in whaler's casks.
Rob Roy jackets,
Mixed cassimere pants.
Cases saddles, complete,
Bxs family and salt water soap,
Half bbls hide poison,
iCases spts turpentine,
Coils of Manila cordage, .
Kegs of nails.
Kegs of finishing nails.
Cottonade and jean pants;
Boot and Shoe-
Cases men's fine calf brogans,
Cases of Dixon's, pineapple and
Luck s tobacco,
kip brogans, Rolls rigging and pump leather,
waxed do, Kegs pure and extra white lead,
" Oxford ties. Cases boiled linseed oil,
' patent leather, 'Coils Russia bolt rope,
" cl tops Cases charcoal irons,
" goat pump brogans Cases prison padlocks,
" im. Oxford ties. Coils spunvarn.
Cases Congress boots. Kegs powder.
1 sewed lasting brogans, Cases sporting do.
Wines, Spirits, Ac.
Csses Alcohol, kegs and half bbls Whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves of Hennessy's, MarteU and
Rfvierre Brandy, cases Catawba doj
Quarter p'pes and eighths of Zealeander A Go's Roc hells
Brandy, casks Byasa' Porter;
Cases Brandy Peaches, cases London Cordial Gin.
143-tf J. C. SPALDING
D. C. WATERMAV Sc
Offers for Sale :
OHO DDI'S. EXTRA MESS BEEF.
'CKjyjMd bids prime pfk.
100 Gallego flour, superfine,
100 Haxall do do,
25 half bbls superfine flour, for families,
65,000 His bread, pilot, navy and medium,
25 half bbls crushed sugar,
50 kegs butter,
150 coils New Bedford towlines,
60 bundles navy oakum,
25 bbls, pitch, '
60 boxes tobacco,
1000 gallons spirits of turpentine,
2 tons iron hoops,
300 coils Manila cordage, SI inch, 4, 4, 4,
3, 3i, 31, 3. 21, 2i. at, 2, It and 1J inch.
50 coils 6 thread, 9 thread and 12 thread,
: oV?2 oSS&au,'!'".
line, rounding and bouseline.
Chain cables and anchors.
Copper and iron spikes, 4 and 6 inch.
Ship's cambooses, complete, Nos. 2 and 3.
Whale Irons, toggle irons, .
Whale boats, - . ' -
Cotton duck. Nos. 2, 4, 6, 6 aney7,
10,000 feet white pine boards.
Hard pine heading,
Spruce flour boards,
Hard pine flooring boards.
carf the interest of E. J- Smith Jn the -Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately cam on j "-""J V, d
busioess will henceforth be carried on under the name ofDJ;
Vkla A Co who engage to furnish the best quality of botcners
meat which the Islands can produce, and solicit the patronage of
A CO. -
-IIEiaf re a w a.
Su?:ar and Blolasses,
For sale by
BREWER P L A NT AT IO 3
CHAS. BRBWER, to, .
SALE ARRIVED PER BARK
Stones, for sale by 13 tf J
-v Am M REDWOCD 8niNCU3. ;BX
iKORGB O. BOWS, a
cash C3IHCD uamV ; ; . .
eardinea, in ball boxes, - 'IL . wr
- For sale by H W. tZTTXA-VCK.
-lira nALfeiLLOK piclx.
Case, quarts, angnsa nc -
, l-tl 9mr
H. V. 8a KRAVCC.
nrnnAVCE FOR SALE,
T 7HALEMEXS BILLS. Oft rLJLSDRAWa
Vv J tJmtr suit Pnrchasers,o ew b ftw sale wy
TO JLOTJULTISERS. AND Ur"C3K3L,
OblUMries, funeral InTitnti-m anil twCteew r coarwiraJcattew.
inUodod anlT to benefit an iswlirldiial's tinslnssa, w aeebarged
M adrertiartaenta. ....-.
AdverUsenMrnu dhplared la btrger tyr " dsmsI, ars Mk
Jee la heaTtereharcea. ' m
XT BabaeriiitloQ for the Cowmcrcial AuvertW wad Adrar
UsemenU are payable iiiieuiLr i ADraaoa.
XT Mo transient advertisemenu wilt be Inserted oaleas m
CT.CoiTespoBdeaea frwa aU part wf tha PMtiU wO alaa
bs werjr acceptable,; t c . ,- - ;.-; ... i ,- .
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE.
- PLAm AND FANCY - " ' "" '
BOOK AND JOB PRINTIKO
BOOKS. BllXSOr KXCRANOC, .
CATAItOrKJs BILIjS OF LAPINO,
BlIXnKAPrs COSSCLAB BUSKS, ' s
. CIKCULABj!, BLANK DKKM, -
- ACCTION BILUR, .UAKDBIUA.
Or VISmNQ. X'&tltfS$ AND ADDRESS CARDS Printed
or a " Yankee Card Press," in the highest styH af the art.
Til AYE R, BRIGHAM FIELD,
Cooinilftion Merchants, Boston. . .
Cms. L. Thatrr, (Ute Thayer, Rice tt Co.)
J. S Bmi.RAm, (late K, D. Bngliam A Co.)
B. W. Field, (late of Honolulu.)
p. c. m'rcrb.
j. e. m an t
TJcRUEIl & ttEliniXL,,
- COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ad - :
AGENTS OF THE
Rf alar Diaaaicl Liaraf Hwaatala Pstekela.
7 All freight arriving la transitu for tha Sandwich Mauds,
will be received and forwarded by the "Regular Daspatoa Uot
rm or (xmsumioi.
Particular attention paid to forwarding and. trajkdtinsaaat mf
merchandise, salo of whalemen's Litis, aud other exchaagw, in
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, sxpply
lug whaleships, chartering ships, etc , . , :
4 3 mm 45 Catlfwraia atrewt. I-tf .
' RKFSa TO I
Captain James Makee, Honolulu; Captain D. C. Wataraaa
Henolulu; Messrs. Oilman A Co., LahaJna. liO-tf
Chas. Wolcott Brooks,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND FORWARDING AGENT, ' V
123 Saaaaaae trtri.Saa Fraaclaea, CaL
PARTICULAR ATTEVTIOV GIVEN TO
. the purchase, shipment and sale of Merchandise, and la
the Forwarding and Transhipment of Goods In transit. .
Refers to t
B. P. Stow, Honolulu. I Jas. Hcnsewrxl. Boston.
O. Brewer, 2n, Honolulu. I Herrt A. Putaca, "
P. S. Wilcox, I Chas. Brewer.
Macoxdrat A Co., San Francisco.
Morgas, Stose A Co., '
Asa T. Lawtos, , 1414 '
s ORirrrrrs MORGAH.
C. S. HATHAWAT.
a. v. rtoaa.
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cat
References, T. S. HaUiaway Esq. Messrs. T. A A. R, N',
A Swift A Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnetl Miatam A
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon-,
olulu. 1-tf .
Mr. JOIIIY ALEX.
6 Qaera'a Place, Syslacy. ,
0 Refercnos to W. L. Greek, Honolulu, 8. I. 104-Cai
EA8TRA & CO.,
COMnSSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
ALL Kinds of Fresh' Provisions furnished also, Blilp'a
Stores and Ship Chandlery, at bomolcltj r SICES.
v naiemen'S Liraits taken, co. . . . . 71-1
GENERAL COMMISSION. MERCHANT, ; "
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac., and advance mooey
ravoraoie terms lor luus on the L mted mates, . .. as-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE Ac COMMISSION AGENT '
MANGONUI, NEW ZEALAND.. .
r Shipping supplied or. the most reasonable laws LatO
36 0 S., long. 173-38,1. 41-ly
sAml. c. woodruff.
CIIIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
Kj Ut.yt.RAL, AGENT Goods bought and sold
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice.
Corner of Q ' Road and Pottisuir street, Haaykaasj.
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SrALDiao, Hooolulu, Bandwichlslsnds. 104-1 :
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IMPORTERS, WHOLES ALK AND AIT AH. DslAIXBJ TH '
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS,
11 Maat-faaaery at., Smm Fraaebtea. at-ly .
II. WEDSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Jrandioa, ue mm
Liquor? of every Descriptlsa.
101 FRONT STREET. ' :
Between Washington and Merchant.
ROPE WALK A1VD OAHIin
riORDACE OF EVERY SIZE MAXUFAC
TURED to order. Constantly on hand, a large as
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (aU ttmm Bala '
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TUBBS A CO., .
80-ly 139. Front Street, Baa Fraaeiaon.
No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
FFER FOR SALE A FULL AXD COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. A CO. respectfully solicit order, front the eoantrr . and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those whefawe .
toem wun their custom.
HO aad 118 Clay Street.
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FnRrjGXJNn DOMESTIC CAIlPiTitla.
MATS AND COCOA JUTTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, BM HAJUlaai
TXDOW SHADES AND , H0LLAKD3," '
PAPER HAXCIXGS mm COaDZS.
FOR SALE IN BOND 0 DCTT PAI
At the Lowest tr:tC3.s
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BCADH AXD BEAD WORKS
" UN8, PISiIOi, COMBS, E3LILi,
TABLE AND POCKET CITTLOY,
- LOOKING GLASSES, PEaFDJIT-T,
SOAPS, NEEDLES. PLATCTT7A-2,
WAX AND KTD DOLLS, tt., U. n
AS Orders to reeetve r'?!? " "
warded as atreraen.
to H. X. WaTTxxr, Hotalo, S. L
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