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l'he strikers and stopping work. At tb
gVZ ippjw to the uoTernmeni lor its sup.
IK r vers merit, however, says that it cannot
' tbat tb solatioa of the question mast
tfu , JeferruineJ l-y the demand and eupplj.
(... "V eonrilerins all the circumstance of
rTrtaM in their claim, trfy will, after a
Jf . r .nnVrin an I loss, mate it zrxxl s
-Mini" . -,1 . !.-! ..
u.t 0f the traie wm mr mem oui in
r 7 mot finally rire way. The Oo-
'.rtfi .re. will interfere except to pre
lif.tlt' j ..'to iw that all persons hare the
Ae a free eontracv.
L"fVfertninatinn shown by the men to al
(? ,-n!3. and of the employers to resist
,t'5 Strike has assumed a moet threatening
rj.ty jet lead bloodshed. 't York
RcsTO OX TJ1B HaWAIIA IsLASDS.
f brt will remember that the Rev. Mr. Ben.
vnentJ, toached at this port last spring
a'P Stt StrPent' Io California,
'.' .t. r..i?ninz allusion to his visit here
thirteen Jay to the Hawaiian Islands.
''. , W a distant look at all the larger
I t the Kf n-ii. I was gl-wl to get a sight
W- i,v, use J to fill a Urge space in the
Irf the readers of the Missionary Herald
:3 n The churches of America came to
'tJ't'.t the bl inds and their inhabitants.
l"l(Stad actors of a moat degraded condition
A generation of missionaries is pa.
VL' .Hem. As the result of their labors.
-r mains see a civilized nation in beinz.
vJ i reo gnii&l by the great powers of
rr.n l whose ciTiHxatiou is at least no to the
Tw;n r the last ten or fifteen years it has
.;.na thai misL m uuwrr innnsiinni
v too coaimoa a habit, with sxuue sorts of
Bfjim the opposition to them has gone to
Vmtk all extremes there mast be reao-
w:y come to take fairer views of things.
.t c.r the badness of the matprinl
-ijt npon, and lor their own human in-
Jj it will still appear that the missionaries
' jjinj a great and ood work or God.
1 is of God will endurss and will hare its
And with this assurance any laborer
Ztrypl of the Lord may rest bis soul in pa-
it feliiw-passengers and myself were on
'glhnslala, less than two hours; but during
I tns C-rtanate enough to see nearljr all
Vu moet Jejrous of meeting, though it were
f t moment. Oar fonrer fellow-Uborer in
Zn. . Corwin. er joys fine health in his
acoa, an J I was happy to learn that the peo
jiis'ia hi ?h esteem at the islands, because
tur ana jfa' J fe r
1 huw a communitr is wont to support.
L il i'J clergyman, or to be wanting in
, Jij t,r measuring not merely tje Chiietian
faca uf th.it community, but also the ciriliia-
i n UiC SIN lI Ttuucuicui mat uij w iu
1 . - r - IT 1
i4f U. iue situaitun oi iiuwiuiu is ic-
iad the shore of Oaha, in the vicinity of
- . i : - V t
siiip. eoasung along near io it. iue gene
.tnnce of the island, however, to cne thus
x.zg ir. is a rough, sharp and eragged one.
lis Liely to g:ve one a wrong impression,
sot a Terr fertile island, as a whole. The
i,l coffee olantations. cf which we read, are
-iii,cr Kaui, Hawaii, and others; here the
aJ t u are not extensiTe, and are strewn.
i tltere. in the valleys or on the coast. Cer-
x mooctiias bck;or the chief town must oe
i jraa 1, though so bare of vegetation."
llL AND mSTRUMENTAL
CRED AND SECULAR,) -
May Ercninj, December 29th,
Fori Street Clinrcli,
KE. IIasIoelier and A. Waldau,
I LISTED BT THE MEMBERS OF THE
faim MUSICAL SOCIETY OF
rtHoT twiifal npoa the Moan tii n," from the Or-
kjna Omnipotence," ...............-"- nan.
kitvr brittLt and lair' Soto &f-faaoy- Hiendel.
ItraT txLo t the Vi.Jin F. Schubert.
Lain F-auniQ BOtow" SoW Vato Irxxa toe Vrtnno
1 -rtinu-". Maud..
V- Choral -Tbe BeaTeas are Tcilinjf" tra the
(alurio CnaUiun," Mayan.
-.Doe Norma," t Piano and VWm,
STichtel If Cramer.
ij 5Jo Sopnno, with Vlolia Oblipnto,
Hattlocker if JTaldau. ,
V t of ETio f r the Tfcjtin, B error.
Le fc Cociecrt for tbe Piano, v . . . Thalberg.
-r. Lacu " Wn," tor FUoo and A iolin.
jinrsjci t tuw.
T-A B. T EiHtno Keller.
I Dtctfc H iJHam TriJ," It Kan and Violin,
tod Cboni (Fina!) from the Opera Norma,
pS I ; to I ha-1 t Dr. IIoffnann' Office, Mr. Whit-P-i
3tt-, ami t the lxr.
J open at i o cfrjca ; toocrr
FOR HORSES MAY BE OBTAINED
Ivln, " AlFunaboa.
&3RICE FfuOUR ITV 5 L.B. BAGS,
"a ie..-t potatoes, jwrbaf or retail,
a. kit. thin rice, ehfcketi wheat, corn,
Wley, t'alifonn oat hay. c .
rort itreel, near m"
ST KECJ51VED EX"
"SEA IV I MP II"
ttr sri'ERIOK ASSORTMENT Of
H PIPE. ratejr
r Siaaou SC. t door maqka U Ux Bxjal UuU1- .
Nthe first iat or janiarv,
P H. Inavm t wiil t.ai a partvT in my basineM,
f ; QjTipl -rj anW tie WM of II. Iinit
PftTlTAt'C I DATimrc I
PICCTLS Olr IRISH POTATOES
uv In lnrm Looaes.
, ALSO,' . - '
KSTBA Jc. CO
VRrtnrf'iitfr Cortnnl of I llmina-
'jilILT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR
nd Iiaaiuo ir:r1 wiil be commenced by Mas.
"r at UUina, on the 2! of January aext, oo tbe
Oat of NU OvU-n near Punahoo. , .
"KEhe foond (or a few .Uitkoal popna. Iw
FOR SALC CHEAP 2
VOESECOXD IIANDTOP WGO'
aari ezin.i a i th rornrT Of
wac;on for sale t
A TWO-HORSE WAUUfl.
w,tK ..1. ..... rw atMl ninri, will
ketoideheap Ioauir. of
toNOLlLU SOAP WORKS,
Ration of Conartnership.
CL'AbiM. " n inn V
. tad ko-,-. , . w J Rawlins It Co
U9. i tl.i day diMolveJ by mutual cvteuU
L ?Mtwi.,i i a.;t.i ut make pay-
t", 1 all demand ari" h
Trrad will continue the btwineaa tn hi own
1 - -WJ",
K Kilni,nn cla I
ri?E SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
VLr?rt " e bi Honolulu, on the 15th day of Jona
Ii:-uyl of Hawaii. A portion f the land
S tml?!"1 to 'he rrowth of wheat, and aU of l
w2?T'e,Peei,!y f-irtho raialo? of oata. The
k-V" airi la .. In railn - For fmrtnef Mr
t "tterdof UacaUoo.
Pr eaideat Board Rdaeatioa
PROTECTIOV iinnir . .:L :
Co. Jin. 1 iAtt,.io , -rVT A LADDER
aiL Meeting of tM. Com-
uary tl, ISoO? ' r, Jan-
c " -miai)y. Per order s
. . Sccrtja nr .
ifv ,LUL47 " 1 KS ATTENTION :-
f? . . -" - -Py are Ix-rebjr notiflrj
R3 '.nihil, will 1. ..ltf,tSlr A.n. of theC.,,
a ri urucr;
F.C.KRUOEK, JOHN II. BROWN,
Or-Ierly ScnreanL r.rv
Head Quarter Honolulu llidea, 1tiun-
r ... December 3, 18ja. J 187.tf
, . , m a-uiiw v Ln-FVla.
and IodUe of Potaa. U prepared from the finest Red Jamaica
""-fvuamu Bnriia& Iodide of Pw.. .
MnratiTe ami purifier of the blorrf. It rl-.n. ,. .,.... .
wa2.1 ..t . J
' '" 'u'i"re maiier remcinS pimp!., boiU and erup
nwi uc win, com tManutum ir.l ,f .11
AU who can aShrd tbouM ne it, a it tend to r ve itrenirth and
t-wdoai TSf.. O a a a . w .
ooia oy l'ruggiU eencrany at tl oer bottle.
I K.lIAl.L-rn p..j...
Wholesale DruggUts, 1U and 145 CUy street, San Iran-
POLYNESIAN ENCAMPMENT, N. 1,
. v. v. . c nuer tne jururiiotiuu of the R. W. G. Lodge of the
United States. The regular r-?tinrs of this Encampment are
rauon uie in ana aa FRIDAY EVENINGS of each month
nesiaent ana vuutuig members are reapect folly invited to attend,
. , . Ter Order. C. P.
Honolulu, Nor. 10,1358. 12i-tf
A, P. Si A. M. LiPiiMiniii T.'rw.OT t . ,. ?.
124, under the jurisdiction oT the Supreme CouncU of the
Grand Central Lodge of France, working in the ancient Scotch
jviie, nouis its regular meetinea on the Wednesday nearest
the full moon cf each month, at the old Lodge Room, in King
street. Visiting brethren respectfully Invited to attend.
August 13. " 60-tf DUDLEY C. BATES, Secretary
W. H. DlMOXO.
II. DIJIOXD & SON,
Importers and draiers fn hardware, paints, oils ami general
' FOUND !
4 GOLD SHIRT STUD, MARKED J. J.
The owner can liarethe same by applying at this office.
TO LET I x
THE DWELLING NOW OCCUPIED
by tbe undersigned. Possession giren Jan. 2d, lMSO.
For terms, fcc apply to
l4-lt n. M. WniTNTSY.
NATIVE IIY3IN BOOK I
rrruiE new edition op the native
M. HOIN lfK Is now ready for lata. Orders from the
other islands should be sent in early. For Sale by
lS3-lm II. M. WHITNEY.
PERSONS WISHING TO PLANT THE
Cumuat Orange f-r hedze fencea, can he supplied with
plants by tearing application at box No. GI, Puafc-Otfice.
The unpenetrable hedge fi-nne-l by this plant, and its great
rapidity of growth in these Ulaadd, render it the best fence
plant erer Introduced here. lS3-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed administrator of the estate of Nicolas Anna, de
ceased, of Waimata. IslanJ of Oaliu, notice is hereby given,
that ail persons having claims against, and all persons ind-rtel
io said estate, present the same for acttlement on or before
Feb.1, ISoO. J. K. WILLIAMS.
. Waimalu, Oahu.
VLL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE UTB
Louis A. Pavie of Hilo, deceased, are herby notified to
pay tbe amounts of their accounts before the lat of March, lHtf),
to tbe undersigned, h' executor, who bas obtained probate of
his will, or to I. H. Hitchcock, hts attorney and all persons
having claims a gainxt his estate are requested to present them
to the same nrties lor settlement.
lH-2t CnARUS POUZOT.
CflAS. AVALfOTT BROOKS,
123 Sansome Street, San Francisco, Cal.
I ARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase, Shipment and sale of Merchandise ; to For
wrding and Transhipment of Goods in transit ; the Chartering
and Sale of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whale?hips and the
Negotiation of Exchange.
Exchange ms IIiil ulai io Sums to auir.
B. P. Sxow, Esq., Honolulu.
C. Bacwea (Cu,
J. S. Wii kkr, Esq.,
Wilcox, Richaus k Co.,
J 18. HCSXEWCLL, E.,
nr.T A. Pikrck, Esq.,
BiaxrM W. Field, Esq -
Itevi. llrTMl.t. Emo.. Hilo,
ISS-tf C. S. Babtow, i-'i-, Lahidna.
"WINES ANT) SPIRITS !
T1HE ATTENTION OP PURCHASERS IS
requested to ths? following complete assortment of above
articles, for sale at wholesale, at prices to suit the times, by the
undersigned, vis :
Tcr " Sea Nymph" from London.
fmam 1 JvT.n irh Rvass ale.
. . i
" mspberry brandy,
" cherry cordial,
w J;uraica rum,
" sherry wine,
Erllffrs. Worthington k Sons, anil
Lemon nail t Son' bottleu port,
Quarter csks brst J. fc J- Martcll dark brandy,
' Iogshads Jamaica rum, warrantol pure,
Cases Old Toui giu.
100 cases Jockey Club gin, . ,
Quarter casks and octaves nennessy's brandy.
Quarter casks Harmony sherry,
Barrels rye whisky.
Cases champagne cide-,
Balescorks, ' ...
Burreta old Bourbon whisky,
Quarter casks Bivlerre brandy.
On Hand in Bonded Stores.
Quarter caski and eighth cn. Pin.t Castillon brwdy,
- lHllon kres and barrels MonongahcU whisky,
Quarter casks and octaves Kivierre brandy,
10-calion k Arierican brandy.
Cases Old Tom gin, rreU Bass' pal'' e -
any ae and porter, cs chamvRne cder
Case wormwood cordial, cs spice and wormwood b.tters,
t asks Teunant's ale and porter in pints.
Cases cherry cordial, cs currant wine, ginger wine. ,
Shortly expected per " Heather Bell"
from London Direct.'
Cs-ikl 4 dor.en each B-idge' host itout porter,
" , u. 44 pale ale, 1
nueaa " - Robert Tooth's porter,
i - B. B. Byass' ple ale,
T m brown stoat porter,
u i u u J. Jeffreys k Co.'i Ple India ale.
J. C. SPALDING.
frLtoa!" two day. of the New lear.
ATJ ON HAND,
rt-e- FANCr CANDIES.
JOHN CATTANACH, Baker,
A Lre As
137-- r -
inct Rftccived by Express!
V m .
TmrjVDELPHIA AND BOSTON,
op benkerts pkess
" i & t cox--'
do 1m ktd heeled slipper,
OeaU calf ttlove top LSSnclng pump.. '
ESTABLISHED 18 50.
.v... i-VDFRSIGNED MANUFACTURE
SCBIPTION. , . A'-n-fc n the best manner.
Having every foci! In ealUng the
and at very resble res we Me quiring any work
tToU W01 b. eaecu with
"Seawi: T. L. Hank. Co. wffl recelre orders, and act a
M W a 1
THE UNDERSIGNED ABE
A CHOICE .AasORTMENT OF PARISIAN AND BERLIN
FAIVCY ARTICLES !
CAREFULLY SELECTED, AND PARTICULARLY ADAPTED
Christmas and New Year's Presents !
A ELEGANT MUSICAL. CLOCKS, WITH
'-Mr moving figures,
1 laree clock in frame, (riurteeo daya)
1 nfliffft rXrvlr
1 large complete set cf picnic utensils for six persons, containing
any variety of dishes plates, decanters, knives, forks, spoons,
decanters, knives, forks, Simons, and containers for batter,
Milt. Vwt,.uw ... . . '
T I" ft" t. ;4, .
8 assorted do. do., complete as above, for one and two persons,
A One assortment of traveling necesaaires, being the very thing
for island excursions and Waikiki settlers.
Ladies' work baskets, obtaining all the implements for toilette,
ewing, crochet, and needle work,
Ladies' work boxes and necessaires,
A choice assortment of portemonuaies,
Ivory and paier fans,
Segar cases and boxes,
Perfumery, etc, etc.
2 Superior Stereeacepm. with 12 pictures each,
Snperior SpyglaMtea, Trleacopou, Maathratl
Latest style silk dresses, .
White, black and blue satin.
Capes and sleeves, gold pens,
A fine assortment of dolls,
' A few silver cork heads,
And various other articles, at reasonable
VON nOLT & IIECCK.
B. F. SNOW,
ing and Commission Merchant,
HONOLULU. OAHU, II. I.
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST j
market rates, the following assortment of merchandise : I
Whitd linen handkerchiefs, women's white hose, blue drills !
blue bunting, ticking, linen towelling, suspenders, white
and grey undershirts, linen bosom shirts, table spoon,
. tumblers, sets crockery, lanterns, assorted patterns, '
looking glasses, gobleta, rice, maccaronl, vermi
celli, bags shot, needles, silvr'd bits. Oolong
tea, 10 catty boxes, solar and side
Limps, lamp wicks, cotton bfcgs,
boat's compasses, house paper,
carpet uvcks,dcck scrapers,
copper pumps, writing
paper. Iron lcd
Ravens durk, lead
pipe, composition nails,
padlocks, copper ladles, Uuke
chains, chain head straps, chain
can hooks, row kicks, sail needles, sheet
lead, cut nail, spittoons, muttard, pevper etc.
Oils AND 1$KLSKLS CMRPET1AG,
An assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Dried apple, '
Crushed and loaf .uxar,
Cases prunes in glass jar5.
Jumbles, etc, etc.
Patent Force Pump !
Bridle leather, .
S&ddles and bridles,
! Asst. worsted trimmings.
WHALING GUNS AND LANCES.
1 cutting fall, 1 Stt cutting blocks, with chains and pendants
Ilemp and Manila Cordage !
Whale line, ratline, spunyarn, seizing, tovline.
Extra Hani, Navy Bread, AVafcr Bread !
FairbauL's platform scales, assorted a xes and styles, oil shook.
. . and casks, staves for Jgar kegs.
BEEF AND PORK!
Whale boats, new and second hand,
1 superior long boat. Cement,
Home tn-aeure stoves, asstd sizes,
. . Adamantine candies,
Ciia renal irons,
Cane seat Baltimore cnairs.
ALE AND PORTER!
Composition and felt for fire-proof rooK
DAILY EXPECTED !
EX AMERICAN BARK
Capl. GEO. I- WOODS,
AND FOB. SALE BY THE rNDEUSIONEDs
icri ASH OARS, ASSORTED SIZKS,
lt)U Rolls Urred sheathing paper,
Cases of yellow metal,
Nrsts painted buckets,
Barrels Turks Island wit,
Boxes salt water soap.
Keg. water crackers,
Tins wafer bread,
Tins water crackers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Tin. butter crackers,
Tins ginger snaps,
Tins milk bread, . .
Casks medium bread, ;
Casks pilot bread.
Oak timber, assorted sizes,
Sugar kegs and staves,
Kegs cannon powder, ..,--...
Cases rifle powder, " " -
60 M Manila cheroots,
10 M Havana shnpeil,
New Bedford whale boats.
18Wf ' .. - - C. BREWER A- CO.
EOR -SALEJ.,,:.- -
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR PALE
IN THE . . . ,
PUULOA ESTATE AND SALT WORKS,
AND ALL THE
KUII.DINGS, IMPROVEMENTS AND
1VOKKING STOCK OF THE
THE SALT WORKS II AVE BEEN GREATLY
extended and lmpro", and are now eapabfc, of producing
first article o?t in Urge quantities. Tne area can be
rtill fUrTrDcrcsl, and the present business more thau
dT!ro,lso.can be inspected, and full particulars learned
by applying to the ASUX MONTGOMERY,
Puuloa Salt Work.
Vocal & Instrumental Music School.
H. trKC UPTURNED FROM SAN FRAN"
tilSktheHbynound my frieods and
ttagtoe'ralVatan. wUllng to estabiish a Music
.c-For Instruction on the piano forte, guitar, violin,
eiSXSZZZZt, two leon. a week, t per
Tor'the Instruction of single peruons, three hour, a week, $8
per roontli. .,.
Tr tuning a pianoforte, f 3- a
'Sar. and friends of mnsic, I have 12 good vioiins
on hand. . , wrrT.T.vn Prof, of JIusic,
Som " k oo the premise, cf Rev. L. Smith.
1M-Im' rmiui -
THEHUDSbW'S BAY Co.,
rV TO AV IT HD R A W TII EI R
BE,Ne r?h. land itah Jteda, U wbscrlber is pre
Agencyrn JSSfSuSlJlrebaP-of the entire .W
TVuXsalc and Retail Business.
! Itca, which counts of the moat dcirahi. and valuabte
fooda,taclode. , v . . v,. :;
Drr C.ood; A Wine.,
IIardware,gto M i-or., Ac
Sed, be'iot -ituuted on the cort; er ofu UoMjJo,a
Term, iwer"' jAaww"' '
. r TOX-tf
1 - a. a a.
EXl7 lS aUAWTI-FRO
. . , . iiio-n j
stale or v
DRY GOODS !
NEW STYLES !
TO BE FOUND AT
(AT THE LATE STAND OF MESSRS. C. BREWER & CO.,)
AND ALSO AT THE
ON HOTEL. STREET,' (EST ABLISUED IN 1S00.)
THE UNDERSIGNED, FULLY COIN
ciding with the injunction of one of old, that w they tuao
would be free themtelves mutt tUike the blow,' makes
bold to offer to the public of Honolulu, aud residents upon the
islands in general, the whole of his a
of coods. at urices defying competition t and he also feels as.
sured that his long experience in the business warrant, him In
saying that his goods have been . , . iM
WELL SELECTED I
And, grateful for past favors, he wiU erer continue through
merit to bojie for more.
N. B. Ladies about embarking upon a ea voyage wIU Hod
here goods adapted for every change of climate.
WINE, SPIRIT AND SEGAR STORE !
HENRT ROBINSON DESIRES TO CALL
the attcntiou of his old friends, and the public geirally, to
lii. newly established place of business, where he has ufa hand -Martell's
dark brandy, '
Otard, Dupery Co.'s pale brandy,
l'inet, Castillon dark brandy,
Puff Oordon and Amontillado sherry,
Loudea battled Fori AVine, eapeciallr rrcom
mrndril, Ale and Porter,
In pints and quarts, of every brand in the market, .
Double diamond ale, a choice article, , .
Gin in 1 dosen cases, - '
Brandy iu 1 doaen cases, . , ,.- -
' Rum in 1 dozen cases, -'
Irish whisky in 1 dosen cases,
Scotch whisky in 1 dosen cases, . . ! V ; -
Orange bitters, Sachem bitters,
Claret, champagne, pine apple rum, .
Ginger wine and ginger brandy,
100 M HAVANA SHAPED MANILA
N. B Ships' stores put on board duty free.
Notice to Whom it may Concern.
riUIE UNDERSIGNED is not aware of the exist
M. euce of any such Ollioe as Uiat mentioned in the docu
ment, presented perhaps in good faith, as a valid permit, to the
Collector of the District In which Waimea is situated, by the
Master of one of the ships mentioned in it, and which reads as
follow. . nosoLrxr, Oct. 11, 1859.
AVe the undeiaigned, Port Wardens of Honolulu, do grant un
to Capt. Smith, or ship Falius.and Car-Sylvia, of bark George,
of New Bedford, the priverleilj-'e of anchoring their resiective
ships at Waiinea the Island of Atooi to give liberty to their re
spective crews, lie. &c
TnOMAS SPENCEK. '
Lest there may be other permits of a similar kind In the pos
session or. or to be issued to, masters of whaleships, which are
well calculated to mislead,
The undewign'M would give notice that Honolulu, Lahaina,
Hilo, Kawaihne, Kealakckua, Koloa nnii Ilanalei, are open to
vessels engaged io the whale fishery, nnd all the ports above
named, except the last, are open to merchant vessels.
Collectors of Cus'.oms and their Deputies, and no other per
sons or officer can grant permits to merchant vessels, to pro
ceed to other places not being Porta of Entry, for purpose.
iVMfte.l In the laws. ' W. GOODALB.
CoUector-Generars Office Oct. 23, 1S59.
D AILY EXPECTED !
AND FOB SALE BV
ar- 'o- Sr.Tj3DINr,
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE PEIt
CASES ROBROV CANTON FLANNEL,
A ua mlrnn hnndlcerehieis.
6 tins water, ")
2 tins butter,
30 cases assorted crackers, 1 tin wine,
I tin soda,
1 tin sugar, ,
3 cases prints,
20 barrels pilot bread, "
3 carriapMi, (fancy buggies,) . . ' j :
10 cases Mer. two blue pri ntu,
1 ca?e togle irons,
3 cases denim frocks,
81 packages Manila cortlage, 1 in. t9) 5 in.
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
20 DOZEN VERY SUPERIOR
WARRANTED TO HAVE BEEN
3NT ine TS'ears
18J 2ro ' ItlTSON & II ART.
NOTICE TO ALL. !
STRAWBERRIES AND CREAMS
SERVED UP IN ALL STYLES
Every clay and Evening !
ALL KINDS OP REFRESHMENTS OX
the shortest notice at the Fonntnira Hrinl Ice
I'rrmn and Supprr Room, next door io the Odd
Fellows Hall, between King and Hotel Streets.
iiy on arrival of bark Frances Palmer, a large assortment
of Oregon apples, pears, etc., Havana cigars, confectionery of
every description, and pickled tongues from Barry & Patten,
willreceive-l. . . . 8MIxn PICKERING, i
; AND FOR SALE BV ,
Grjn o xi Grin: g-. sowju.
rn nnnFEET ONE INCH BOARDS.
0l) Jy )J 5.000 feet 1 inch boards,
7 5.000 feet 1 inch planed boards,
1 5.000 feet T. and G. boards,
1 0.OOO feet 3 inch battens,
1 0,000 fet 2x3 inch scantling,
, ; 10,000 6 feet pickets. .. ,
' ' ON HAND,
2 OO.OOO fret assorted scantling,
" - 1 5 O.OOO red wood shingles,
1 inch piue boards, red wood siding,
Doors, window sasn ana diuius.
N. B. Quick sales and small profits. ,
FOR SALE I ;
riMIB REST ASSORTMENT OF GARDEN
J. seeds ever offered in Honolulu. Ail seeds warranted good
and of the best quality. Asparagus, cauliflower, leek, parsley,
spinach, sage, thyme, marjoram, cabbage, turn-P, and all ober
kinds of vegetable seels, at California retail prices. For sale at
the Royal Uawaiian Agricultural Society' Garden, and at Mr.
Kemp's, notel Street, Honolulu.
Theuwhrsigned flatters himst.lf th from years of experi
ence, he Is able to judge what kinds of seeds are best adapted to
this country, and he respectfully solicits the rublic patronage.
All orders from other islands caremlly attended 0LgTIN
A. D. Cartvrriglitfs Feed Store. ;
CALIFORNIA OATS.OAT IIAT.BARLEr,
Corn, chicken feed, shorts, China rice,
Hawaiian flour, Haxall flour in i barrels,
Calirornla poUtoes aud onions,
Kawaihae potatoes by retail or barrel, etc etc.
N. B. A constant supply of the best quality of theaWe
articles on hand. Foi t street near Hote'. laa-Jto
LEATHER! 'LEATHER I
THE SUBSCRI BER II AS ON HAND AND
f .ale a supply of Hawaiian tanned leathcraned at
Kawaihae, Hawaii, by a first rate tanner, recently from Califor
nia: &le and pump leather, saddle leather. aM skins, bog
rttas, Hi, at low prices, at tbe - keed Store," '
HoteL (184-lm) A. D. CARTWRIQI1T.
ER YANKEE, AND FOR SAL E BY II
W. Severance : ,
Cases dried beef, cases smoked beef,
Cases asstd crackers, water, butter, Jenay Lind, etc.,
Kegs einc paint, itf
Barrels fresh Oregon salmon. vsa-w
' IRON, fcc
Bare refined Iron, ..--DurUes
Bundles Norway Shapes, - ,
For sale by
- C. BREWER it CO.
"H nnnr aairi EI. MESS REEF'
IN BOND. WARlUa l au ia ' -
JL order. .For sale Dy r SPALDING.
onlcr. .For sale by
. v ir v i.' rTvn r .
rf0 ARRIVE PER SHIP WASHINGTON
3 SERIOR PIANAF0RTE3, frten the Manufactory of
;V. ofHailrtArCumston. Forieb c)
JUST RECEIVED PER YANKEE I
IhiT.i. nerior hoi (1859). For sale n;
1. 0. SPALDIHG.
. ni.npD usrarrki.v.
J cinnamon. or saw - ?r . j, ,
DISPATCH LINE OF PACKETS
; FOR SAN FRANCISCO." .
THE FAST-SAILING CLIPPER BARK
Captain JOHN PATT, will sail on Saturday next
or the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
J. C. WATERMAN & CO.
IE W Ei I PV 1'j
. v . . of
HONOLULU & BOSTON PACKETS!
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
WILL BE DISPATCHED
FROM BOSTON TO IIOJCOLCLIT IN MAY
. and September:.
Or oftcner, if inducement offers. Fkeioht takkx at lowcst
bates, and particular attention I aid to the filling of or
, ders, shipment of machinery and other mdse.
Acrsts l!t Boftos.. Messrs. Wa. Thwino & Co.
. Agk.it in Uosoldld ; J. 0. Spaldixo.
ANDWICH I S Is A NT
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE TJ. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarter! from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in . the months of March, Mny or Jane,
cpteui rxr and i'rcruiber
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers or the aoove months.' -
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office, ;
). : . - 67 Commercial Wharf, Boston.
B. F." Snow, - - Honolulu.
Sutton & Co. - - - - New York.
Cook Ic Snow, .. - i - " New Bedford.
. ; 1 Freeman & Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
: 2ZS S' piOSSf
On the 5th and 20th of each Month.
. TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United States South America,
Canada aud Europe,
OOSftKOTLNU IU HEW YORK WITH THE AttERICAN-ECROPBAa IX
PBKS3 COXPAHT TO KtTBOrS.
GOLD DUST, COIN AND RULLION FOR
warded and insured on Oien Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London. -
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and N icaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A ?iecial Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao, Lima,
Valparaiso, and au the principal ports 01 tne west coast 01 Boum
America, which is promptly forwarded b the English Steamers
lea vine Panama on the 14th and 29th or each month.
(CT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
Forwarding and Express business, auenaea to wtin aispatcn.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WGLLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REOCLAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Lct-
. ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents nt Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to suit
on Wells, Fargo & Co., San Francisco or New York. Also
Wells, Farpo it Co.'s franked L. S. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. lSSO-tf. F. L.. HANKS. Agent.
To Shipmasters Visiting' Guam, La
nn . r.nriRRP. Kr.R to u fit f T n "V
fffS his thanks to the masters of the whaling fleet for
past favors, and would inform them Uiat he still
Tiiiii keeps the old stand of Drug, &hiichandlery ' and
Dry Goods store, ami that he exiects in the coining season to
have on hand a Inrge quantity of goods required by the feet,
which he hopes will give general satisfaction. He also begs to
inform musters or ships that tney win nave no aimcuity in pro
curing the recruits to be hail on the island, as he will always
have on hand a large supply, which can bo had ou the shortest
notice, and he will muke it his business t3 attend on captains in
cases of sickness. 'All orders received will be executed with
the greatest promptitude. Onods and recruits can be paid for
either in cash or bills of exchange on the Sandwich Inlands.
Captaics would do well to call and see Guam, as it U not as it
used to be. 180-3in '
$800 REWARD !
LOST, AT SEA. FROM BAKER'S OR
New Nantucket Island, on the 30th September, an iron
fJSS boat and an Ir.m can buoy. Whan they went adrift were
in good order, marked iu white paint, American Guano Co.,"
and in black paint the name of this makers, " So cor & Co., No? -elty
Iron Works, New York." They probably floated toward
the westward, and may be fallen in with by whalers. Who
ever will deliver the above in a usable condition shall be re
warded is Tollows : For the boat, $600, if delivered at Bftk jr's
Island, or $500 at Honolulu; for the buoy $200, at Baker's, or
$100 at Honolulu. G. P. JUDD,
180-om Superintending Agent Am. Guano Co.
JIUSIC INSTRUCTION !
r,..T 1V.. mm. i-aw A. m. mm. T
and Waldau having permanently lo- &i
cateuin jionoiuiu, irBimuuuj w JHZ
as teacheia of Yocal (Siicred and Oiratic) and Instrumental
JPiano and Violin) Music.
Pianos Carefully Tuned.
Any letters directed box 13, Post-Office, will be punctually at
tended to. . . 13in
FAIAj TIIADE, 1859,
ENTIRE NEW AND FRESH GOODS, SELECTED
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET.
A. S. &, M. S. GRINBAUM
OFFER FOR SALE READY MADE CLOTHING
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE ASSORTMENT COMPRISES ALL
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, etc.,
Adapted to the wants of the whaling fleet and island trade
which we offer at very low prices.
- O" I'resh supplies by every vessel.
' N B Orders from the other islands promptly attended to
A. S. & M. S. GRINBAUM.
75-3ra Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
WINES AND SPIRITS !
DAILY EXPECTED PER BARK
' xVvslxiixston jllston. V9
AND FOR SALE TO ARRIVE BY
J. O. SPALDING.
5 QUARTER CASKS AND IO OCTAVES OF
Hennessey's dark brandy,
10 quarter casks u Harmony" sherry,
10 barrels rye whisky,
100 cases champagne cider, ,
60 gross wine corks,
25 baskets champagne, ' '
- 300 one-hair boxes sardines,
100 cases u London Jockey Club" Scheidam gin,
21 bids old Bourbon whisky,
3 half pipes Rivierre', brandy. ' 180 tf
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH ENSIGNS.
JUST RECEIVED BIT EXPRESS AND FOR
sale by J. C. Spalding,
American ensigns, five yard,
English ensigns, five yard,
American Jacks, four and five yard. ,
182-tf Ladies an genu' fine white kid gloves.
Building Lot for Sale !
OV THE CORNER OP Q.UEEN AND
Alakea Streets. A most desirable lot, containing 25 1 -1000
Title fee simple. Inquh. cS .. . p EVKRTr
SPEEDY CURE FOR CONSUMPTION.
DR. CH URCII ILLS CELKBRATE CO M
pound of the hypopliosphites of ,01-K)U,lL
Vorsalflbr J. M. BMIIHK to,
178-3m Corner r-rt and Hotel Streets.
I afVsTk CASES JUST RECEIVED AND
OO f sate low by (ITtUQ J. 0. SPALDING.
Raat rtnrl Khnpinnkprs AYantcd.
TWO JOURNEYMEN BOOT AND SHOE
MAKERS wanted on Men's Work. To good workmen,
ycmptoyment will be given. Nonghers
w!50 BBLS SPRING SALMON,
iCVwS rooelved ex late arrivals, and warranted No L
V, ... 1 hv
c. a. t n. y. rooa.
J. C. SPALDING
HAS RECEIVED APPOINTMENT OF
agent at the Sandwich Islands for the Boston and Salem
feptune Insurance Co., Boston. '
Boylston Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Boston.
Washington ; -
New England Mutual - do. do.
Boston , v x i - do. do.
Alliance - , : do. do. .
. Equitable Safety do. do.
-'. . Balem Marioa Insurance Co., galero- ' 174-tf
FOR SALE OR HIRE .
VERT SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES,
with Slate Wooden Beds, and l'IIELAN-8 CELE
BRATED COMBINATION CUSHIONS, affl complete. Als-r
Ongaod, extra Cloth, C"
COLE LEATHER FOR
BY A P. EVERETT. :
THURSDAY, Die 29, at IO O'CIock, A.
At the Residence or A. Pratt, Esq .'TVS. Consul, and
. LaWxon, Esq., ou Bervtania street, will be sold the
ENTIRE FURNITURE OF TIIK HOUSI
Consisting or .
Parlor and Chamber Furniture, .
Glues and t'rocUry Ware,
. 1 - Beds and Bedding, .
&X, - Ac, . ke., '
Prepare for New Year
EVENING SAME! I
On FRIDAY EVENING, December 30,
At 7 o'clock, at Sales Room, will be sold.
A Large and Varied Assortment of Articles ' suitable for
NEW YEAR PRESENTS, Ate, &c, &e.
Oh SATURDAY, DEC. 3 1 ,ai 1 0 o'clock A. M.
At the residence of H. 51. Whitney, on Fort street, the furni
ture and cookiug utensils in said house.
Large Sale of English Goods ex Sea
Nymph from London.
Om TUESDAY, JAN. 10,at 1 0 O'Cleck A. M,
At Sales Room will be sold, just received ex "Sea Nymph1
from London, and selected expressly for this market i
' Bales pilot jackets, do -4 prints, asstd patterns,
Bales 9-8 jacconets, asstd patterns, pieces brilliants,
Pieces Cambrics, pieces figured and plain alpacas,
Saddle cloths, flannel trowsers, red striped do, .
- Printed shirts, handkerchiefs, book muslins,
Victoria towns, bishop lawns, Swiss cheese,
Satin stripes, 1 cs asstd neck-ties, bridles and bitts,
Razors, bxs sperm candles, 10 cs Martell's brandy,
Six hhds brandy, pule and brown, and SUNDRIES.
TERMS QUICK !
GREAT BARGAINS !
J. T. !
Some of which have been purchased at .
LESS THAN CHINA COST.
Chow Chow do, Double Wri
' Ladies' V. ri- ting Desks,
ting Desks, Camphor wood
Ladies' Work chests, painted
Boxes, nests leather-cov'd do,
Tea Poys, Extension
Feather Fans, chairs, round rat -
Sandal tan do, children's
Wood Fans, do, bx fire
Clothhdkrs, Bxs Joss
EilverSua- . , Slicks, flower
pender ' stands,
Plain and Spittoons,
Fancy do, Hats,
Wht mat'ng. China Rice.
A 1 Manila che- . ..
, '-' "' ' roots, cs Manila twist ends.
Crimson slk Bandas, crimson Pon
gee hdkfs, white do. do black Levamine
do, blk sewing silk, colored do do, blk satin.
Embroidered satin aprons, checked Shanfchae gauze, '
Levantine shades, embroidered crape shades, embroidered
shades, very superior shades, nests leather trunks,
boxsa Fouchong iea, boxes fine Oolong fta,
bags Chi na rice, chests camphor draw
ers, flower pots, pith hat b be
sides many other varie
ties of Chinese goods
All IMMENSE ASSORTMENT
JUST THE TUING FOR THIS JIARKET !
ET And calculated to iuit every comptcxioii. XI
N. B. Early application necessary to secure cbcioe lots.
JOHN TH03. WATKttHOCSE,
179-tf Fire-Proof Emporium.
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
SPLENDID CRAPE SHAWLS!
TiHK UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE BEST
assortment of China Shawls, would invite early purchasers
to secure the best choice.
169-tf J. T. WATERH0USK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING RE
ceived by the latest arrivals from the Unit'd States and
Europe, a new and large assortment of Drngf. Medici aea
tand Tatilrt Article, now offers them for sale. Being
supplied from the best sources, first rate articles will be sold at
less prices than heretofore.
Physicians and others will have their orders I romptly filled
at satisfactory prices. '
Prescriptions made up accurately and from tV best materials,
particularly from Thayer's celebrated fluid extra ta, a great im
provement on Tinctures.
MKDICINE CHK3T3 refilled at the cheapest rates, according
as voyages to different countries require. . ,
The following comprise a few of the articles contained in the
Alum, arnica plaster.
Anise-seed, arsenic, alcohol,
Ant poison, bay rum, borax,
Castile soap, cream of tartar,
Camphor, cherry pectoral,
Cod liver oil. diamond cement,
.Kidder's dianhcea and dysen
Liquorice, liniments, asst'd, -.
Mucilage, lip salve,
lOils of bergamot and lemon.
Powder boxes, pills, asst'd,
Sands' and Towsend's sarsapa
Extracts or sarsapariila and gin
Extract of valerian,
Emery powder, erasive salts,
Syringes, auat'd, salts.
Toilet powder, toilet mirrors, . .
Fluid magnesia, gum arabic,
ftflaiinp. Ilenrv's maznesiav
Thorn's extract, trusses.
Teething rings, tootn powders,
lloiiowav's ointment, hair dyes. Vials, asst'd,
Indelible marking ink, (White and yellow wax.
,. Also, Direct from Paris,
lYUBIN'S CELEBRATED EXTRACTS,
. Comprising 24 different kinds. t
Best quality JEAN MARIE FARINA COLOGNE,
Sandal wood extract, candies, jujube paste,
Burnett's cocoaine and oriental tooth wash.
Orange tree and tortoise shell tooth-picks.
Toilette soaps and brushes, infant hair brashes,
Combs, scurf brushes, (patent,) tricoplierous,
Hyperion fluid, hair oils, asst'd,
8ARSAPARILLA MEAD, (an agreeable and healthy
beverage, (prepared by E. Hoffman.) ;
COSTA RS RAT POISON.
DR. JAYNES MEDICINES. Ate., fce.
!67-tf EDWARD HOFFMAN, M. P.
ON SALE, BY RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
following choice assortment of Groceries, at the store of the
f icsn raisiiiB,
Fresh currants, In tins
Fresh pears, u vf
Raspberry jam, ' ' : .
Strawberry jam. etc., etc., etc.
Mince meats, . -
Sweet aavory, .
Summer savory, '
Ground black pepper, .
Whole do do, s .
Ground cloves. , i
Ground ginger, y- '. -
Cream tartar, :
Fresh lobsters, J
French capers, '
English pickles, . -
KnglUh pie fruitsvf -.'
French mustard, "
Bap, " ' ' '
Tins or water, butter, sugar, oys
ter, soda and wine crackers.
Smoked Lama. ...........
Best Oolons; tea,
Crushed and loaf sugar,
: Jt tc, ,; . -
HaxaU fiour, , "-
:. K.B Fresh' 1ucd Batter and UTOUU.J wver -
f -"srtk TtJs,tLO.EIS. DOZ, KAUil,ltUAnis
5 tP. J.C.VAtDIKO.-
BY' JOHN P.'COLBTrRIT.
c General Sale !
Om FR1DAV, Dec SO, sit l5 O'Clock, A.
' . , " ' . " ' AtBalea Room, will be iold i
A' General Assortment of Merckandise.
" Large Sale of New Goods !
OaT TUESDAY, J. 3, at IO o'clock, A. M.,
i- - At Sales Room, will be sold,
. A Lartje Varietf of New Coods.
FRESlf GR0CER1FS & TMyiSl6NS
YORKSHIRE HA MS, WESTPUAUADOm
Boston sugar cured hams,
Kits No. 1 mackerel.
Half kits No. 1 mackerel.
Kits tougues and sounds.
Boxes cod fish, .
Sugar cured tongues,
. Cases fresh lard iu 10 ft Una,
Quarter barrels mess pork, . .
California cream cheese,
American cheese. .'.,.. -t 'i
CRACKERS AND BISCUITS. .
Boston water crackers,
'' wafer bread.
' ginger snaps,
S. W. water crackers,
8. F.Jenny Lind cakea, . '
Picnic biscuits, '
Windsor " ' !' ' '
Arrowroot bisoa'.ti, ' '
Ginger nuts. ' ' ' '
Cases English pie fruits, ., .
American pie fruits, ..' .....
. fresh apple In glass, , ,
Iresh apples in Una,
" English jellies, '
. English pickles, ' . ,
' J American pickles, ;
, raspberry jam, i .
' cranberry jam,
. peaches ia syrup, t
" cherries :
" prunes . , .
, miuce pie meat, ' .. ';
' fresh peaches, "
pure honey, .
true lemou eyrup,
lemon syrup, s
' oysters in 1 aad S Ih tins,
lobsters in 1 and 2 tb tins,
. salmon in 3 lb tins, ,
" ctama in 3 Ih tins,
M asstd meats ia 2 tb tins,
" sardines in i and Una,
" French peas,
green corn, . .
" ' French olives, "
44 English sauces,
American sauces, ''t
44 ' carb. soda,
44 cream tartar,
44 yeast powder, ' ' ', . -
41 herbs, assorted,
44 curry powder,
44 cayenne pepper,
44 tomato catsup,
44 ground pepper,
44 Durham mustard.
44 corn starch.
Granulated sugar, -Crushed
Light brow a sugar, :
Zante currants in Ja-i,
Soft shell almonds, : i
Citron, lemon and. orange peel,
Hawaiian flour, -Wheat
. . Corn meal.
Sooth oaUueal, ,
Aeopoli tan maccaronl, :
. . Neopolitan vermicelli, . '
Split peas, Beans, . :
. . Whole pepper.
. French chocolate,
Prestons chocolate, . . ' .....
Yellow soap, ,
Salt water soap, ' " -
BaUi bricks, - - ! .... v
. Polar oil.
Cider vinegar, 1
Sandwich Island syrup.
N. B. Fresh ground Kona coffee, packed la tins for ships
use. Very fine Oolong teas. .
ITT Captains requiring cabin stores will And tbe above fresh
and cheap. For sale by m.
177-3m Odd Fellows' Hail, Fort atrset.
JUST RECEIVED !
.', AND FOR BALE BT
J. C. SPALDING,;
THE CARGO OF AMERICAN SHIP I
'J03IAH 33jFLXjXjU V !
A. II. DUNBAR, Camsaaaieler
CONSISTING OF TnB FOLLOWING MERCHANDIBE ,
M LBS. PILOT IO DOZ. VERDALK
200 bbls. Haxall flour,
40 dos 1 lb tins pres. meats,
60 dm Uns green eoro, 1
60 dos boxes table salt,
100 tins water crackers,
25 half bbls dried apples,
60 cases alcohol,
34 dos 2 lb Uns pres. saeais,
60 bbis Bourbon whisky,
6 bales tickings, 6 do stripes,
3 eases prints, 10 bales abacs
0 bales red and Mew blanket.
30 cases denims,
10 bales brown drills, V.
10 bales bme drills,
3 bales royal Mae flannel,
10 bales blue sheetings, '
60 dos Mae flannel shirts,
60 dos red flannel shirts.
160 bbls. prima pork,
60 bbls. extra mess beef,
50 bbls rice, 10 eases salt,
252 dos Tennant's pale ale,
105 doa Tennant's porter,
1167 lbs cheese, in 20 lb Uns,
60 dos 1 lb Uns oysters,
10 cases currant wine,
' 10 cases cherry wine,
-100 cases London jockey club
60 easeo Catawba wine bit
ters. 175 dos B Byass' London por
25 cases St. Julien claret,
S casks Jamaica rum,
9 eighth pipes Pinet brandy,!
3 quarter pipes Pinet brandy,
25 8th pipes U. V. P. brandy,
I 60 dos striped undershirts,
60 dos striped drawers.
40o los denim pants aad frocks, .
1 Imle Meached flaSDci,
20 tlerors name.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT Or FINE
44 eases boots and sh ies,
230 bait gunny bags,
339 kegs nails,
00 boxes No. 1 nap,
17 dos Sharp's handled axtd,
10 half bbls hide poison,
X) dos charcoal irons,
160 bndls iron, 2 whaleboata,
10 doa whale spades,
100 gross matches, 4 cs powder,
100 kegs powder,
84" doors, 260 windows,
611 cases spirits turpentine,
213 cases boiled linseed oil,
1 bale corks, HO eases starch
2S0 kegs white lead.
1 case umbreuaa,
9 cases saddlery,
8 cases oil carpeting,
60 pair Minds.
600 lbs Mae and white thread,
10 bbls coal tar. 26 do pttsh.
50 bids tar, 16 crates aroekary,
10 bbls bright varnish.
lOO tons Scotch Splint Coals, 50 do. Cham
ber land Smith's Coals. 169-tf
NEW AND DESIHACLE CZZ22 1
JTJST RECEIVED PER
And ,4 Frances Falser, "
. A NEW LOT OF
Dr. JAYNE'S celebrated SIEDICBCS.
Standard crushed sugar, , , "
Eagle No. 2 plows.
Hog skin saddles.
Planters' hoe handles.
High post double bedsteads, . , j
Cane seat rocking chairs, , . J .
Machine cotton and needles, . -y ' , -
..; Warren's telegraph neadlee, . . 1, r .
Wash stands, cte. etc
1T3-U . CA0TLX COOTS
Crockery ! Crockery ! iS Crcl:3 !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS JITC? D.C
eeived per 44 Humphrey Nelson" a well sciectad aasorlsVTif
of crockery, consisting of .
Dinner, breakiaat and tea sots.
Cream jugs, sugars, water pitches.
Molasses pitchers, milk pitdMta,
. Flat disbea, vegetable diahea, .. -'
Butter dishes, soup tureens, et&, ese.
All the above are of the best granite and irouatona wilts wsra
For sale by (174-tf) 1L W. SETEXAXCE.
EAGLE NO. IRON PLOWS. -
EAGLE NO. 2U IRON PLOWS,
EAGLE SIDE HILL PLOWS,
EAGLE ONE HORSE PLOWS.
Just received from Boston per " Mooatos," sjrf aw sato by
- ITSt . W. M. LAPP.
HOSPITAL NOTICE f
TnEDlSPBNSARV ATTACHED TO THE
Queen's Hospital on King Street, wfll U ope avary day
from H until 9, A. M., lur the dispensins; of aardidnee ta slek
and indigent Hawaiian. Per order i ;y
J. XI.' ATJDTIN,
' 161-tf "''."' Secretary.
".. " NOTICE.
I II AVE GIVEN J. W. PFLUCC3. FULL
power of attorney to transact all my bosimaa beicatW.
179-tf ; ' r ' ' EAMAKKK PIIXOI
IIAX iLL FLOUB FOU FAMILY U53
fi MARRELS OP ABOVH TjtrCITB
tosad --just received and for sat? f
ENGLISH WniTii LV.AIA.