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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FEBRUARY i, IStJu.
-IX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
VOL. IV. No, 21. HOLE No. 4.
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Thr Minita Ship.
Tl rrave to see a gallant ship,
With snowy pinions, fiy
Across the ?e-.r, lre a bir-1
Benrath a ,esant sky.
Tin brave to think wh.it pceiou, thing
Are h.eape.1 op in her hold
WMl gimdty roerr,am!is-he brings,
AI i-welry, ami gold.
How lofty is her earriaife, wheo
She itteth no the deep ;
ll't itiamrr, l.e, b-r raova itreal,
T:.e rxliioi to wrp :
The Ioul hurrah the a.te" cheer
The tumult an.1 the acrife
The Uuifh. U;e r.uewell, auU the tear ;
the m a lMu i-f life :
Yet beaver irfht jf far it i.
Arid ffonitUr, vkrn a .l.ip
With !eri-y' heraHn, d-th her win
In yn-l water lip ;
A bunten arifur, rirhT far
Tho r Ll nr etly r-m ;
An ml'l-m f th M-irmtfj St-tr
Th a hone a'sr bethliietn.
Situe heart. like primrue. cja meet beautiful!
ia tbc th.low cf life.
fonji l'r with j..urx:!f whether the wise nj pl
would Iue juu uure or Ies. if thejr ktew jour whole
What IrLoh titt!e eip! tins the secret of
eir' li,5ht-jf-hnii ? SlrttfrimmtiO.
Vihj i n oTerloitilel gun liLe an ofTice-hoIJer I
Cecaiie it kicks nughtdj when it ditehnrr,i.
"I lxti't think. hasLaiid, that jou are very
mart," " iuJtl. wife, but everybody know
thai I am awfulljr thitwtJ."
Nuaia L thought to L.te hal on LoarJ a supply of
"Exterminator." trout the fact that for iiearljr six
wetiu he Ii 1 but ve arjrat.
Faah!uable circles were netter so numerous as they
are bow. Alaiont every LtJy that appears in the
street U the ceoter cf one.
Two gl tnces ru ke ote M two bows how d'ye do
nix how d'ye dts one coaversutiua four conversa
tions one acquaintance.
It's very pleas mt to take a lady to a theater, and
to find on reaching the door that 3-011 hate left your
purse ia your other pocket
These are not only the times of "spirits." but of
Spirit of the Times." There is the "Old Spirit,"
"Sorter's Spirit," and "WiikeV Spirit."
rt'hy is it imp-ible for a watch that indicates the
m!ler divisions of time ever to be new ? Because it
But always be a secund hand one.
It's very pleisant to ride in an omnibus opposite a
baby who is sucking BUgnr candy, :tnd playfully wipes
his dear little hand on your beat bUck kerseymeres.
A gentleman ju-t married, telling Foote he had
thtt tnorning I-id out three thousand pounds in
jewels for his de-tr wife; "She is truly your dear
wife." replied the wit.
The meet influential man, fa a free country at least,
ia tra man who ha the ability, as well as the cour
age, to t-peuk what be think when occasion may re
A generou-4. virtuous man. lives not to the world,
bat to his owu conscience; he, a the planets abote,
ttrrs a course contrary to that of the world. Bacon.
Mr. John Ad.trus. a Postm:utter in Texas has been
detected in embezzlement. Three of his clerks proved
to have been involved with him.
In A Uru't fall
They nune l all."
Sanbo. what's yer op t- now-a-days ?" " O, I'ee
a erpenter and jiner." !! ! I guess yer i. Whit
dep'trtnent diesyer perform, S:tmbw?" What de
partment? 1 d.e de circular w.-rk. What's
that ? " Wty, I turn de grindstone."
A chip and btuly remeIy for diarrhoea s
imply to take a tumbler of cuid water, thicken it
with wheat floor to the-consistency of cream, and
drink it. This is to be repeated several times during
the day, or as often as you are thirsty; and it is not
very Lkely you will need it on the second day.
Who e sot a Gejtlema. No man is a gvntle
man who, without provocation, would treat with in
civility the huiubleM of his species. It is a vultf trity
(Sir which no accomplishment or drcs can ever atone.
Show as the nim who desire to make every one hap
py around him. and whoee greatest MjIicituJe is never
to give just caoie of otf'-nce to any one. and we will
show you a gentleman by nature and practice, al
though he oi ty never hue worn a suit of broadcloth
aor ever heard of a lexicon.
I.vrurKE or Mrsic. Napoleon Bonaparte, con
gtanrdly tne aumt c n.umnite romroander that ever
lifted the sword, who by bis tactics outgeneraled all
Eun pe. had a strict reg tnl t piec? which were
pUyjd by the soldiers on particular occasions. Cer
tain tunes were prohibited, other u.ed only undtr
peculiar circumjt'tnce!. and others ued only for the
anal charire. retaineJ. porhaj. only It let looee with
a re-erved Corps; and. it is stated, on making the
famous puMige of the Alps, ui der cirvumst-tuces the
mo-t apptiiing anil dre-idful. if the solders at any
time bes'tali d in their march, be ordered the buglers
to sound their liveliest notes; and if the obstacle was
0 great as to bring the army t a dead halt, th
wh.ile band were ordered to peal forth the charges to
battle, whith never f.n'.ed to bear theut over the moat
Tack IIomcxtt. At a party one evening, several
Contested the honor of having done the most extra
ordinary thing ; a reverend gentleman was appointed
ole ji le of their repective pretentions.
One party produced bis tailor's bill with a receipt
attached to it- A Luzx went round the rootu that
this could not be outdone, when
A secinJ proved that he had arrested his tailor for
money he had lent hint.
"Tie ptltj it hi," was the general cry, when a
third put in bis claim.
" tientletnen." said he. I cannot boast of the feats
of my predecessors, but I bae returned two umbrel
las tnat they left at our lioute.
111 hear no more," cried the astonished arbitra
tor. " This is the very acme of honesty it is an act
of virtue of which 1 never knew any one capable.
The pr.ze is"
" Hold." cried another, " I've done still mere than
"Impossible," cried the whole company, "let t
" I've been taking my prer for twenty years, and
pai 1 for it every ynr in advance."
He t' k the prize.
T Yorsa Me 1 Biisem. In no way, per
haps, can a man destroy bis business chaaacter more
effectually than by obtaining the reputation of one
who breaks his proroi.-es. The mercantile world, in
placing under its ban the individual vrho allows his
note to be protested, is less unjust tnsn is popularly
uppi.eed. Instances of hardships, we are w.lling to
concede, do occasionally arise under the operation of
this rule; but they are les frequent than is generally
believed, an J nt more cruel than in similar excep
tional cases. Nine men out of ten who fail, owe their
insolvency either to having traveled beyond their
means, to a careless management of their means, or
to criminal speculations. That is. they understood
mere than tliey could perform, and this, whiie know
ing at the time of the promise that there were great
doubts whether they could perform their engage
ments. Perhaps, indeed, they bad no deliberate in
tention of violating the.r promise. But they were
either more ignorant than they should have been of
their ability to perform, or tbey trusted too confident
ly to the chancis of the future, or tbey took heavier
risks subsequently than was consistent with treir lia
bilities. The innocent thereof suffer, but rarely by
this species i.f proscription. On the other hand, the
rule is absolutely necessary to the commercial world,
lit without it. payments would scarcely ever be de
pended upon, and financial distress would frequently
be alarmingly increased. Citizen.
CASE CI5CF.R SXAFS,
Caaea water crackers,
Caaea Metrnpoluaa crackers,
Cases lemon cakes,
Bbia, cement, rsalaby w
iri-tf b. r. sJtow.
A. I. EVKKETT,
llorjf.l-ila. 1;U, II. I.
J. I'. COI.MI ICN.
Ka'tiiiti.i ju .trt--t. Hfn.ialij. Khu.
HAWAIIAN f'UH K COMPANY.
10i-tr A. V. KVl.i:Krr,Tr.ur.raiil Aciit.
. 11. i.iiwi: its,
Lamher an! bnil linif tn it- ri.i'.H.F -rt St. Honolulu.
w. ii. UiauiD.
II. I)IM(IM) A- SON,
ImfKirt.-rs an! lv'.rr in har Iwi, aliit, oils
Wine. Spirit an 1 Cpar S'.'jrf, V.t'.vu Wharf. Honolulu,
tb. c. nrxc
Yon HOLT A- IIRI'CK,
General Commission V.-r;h.nta. II n luli. Onlm. S. I. 105-tf
ALEX. J. CAUTU KICIIT,
Comrotssi'in Vr;haiit awl General :i,i ir. Arei.t, Honolulu,
OiliU, II. I. loi-t?
Wholesal- I"al-r in Wins anil
th- rv.st u;fti-e. II nol'ihi.
int!i, Al- anl
ci:(iki;i: now i:,
LumN-r Mervhant, yarl pnr of (jn-im ami NuuatiU tn:t on
the Puix.-hanl premier. . loi-lf
II. Il ( KFI'I.I)
General CouimiA.in AffrntJ,
aha, . I.
uJ Ship Chafiillcrs, Honolulu,
K. O. IIALI
Importer ami I-Vr in IIr Iwarv. !ry (;..!. I'aintd, Oi!. and
iceneral Merchandise, comer of Fort ami Kins streets, loa t
Dealer in ry an.l faiH'jr ii.U. H.tel dtivet N-tween Suu.mil
t nl Maunakea trert. II uiolula, 5. I. 11 tf
JOHN THOMAS ATEKHOI SE,
Importer, Wholesale and K-t:iil Iler In (lnrnj Merchandise,
11 nolulu. and L-iliuma. Muui. 4 1-tf
T. MoSsVAS. T Mossxax, JR
MOSSM AN A SON,
Bakers, Grocers an.l iK-alers iu Dry Goo-Is, Nuuanu street,
olulu. iH.hu, . I. 1J
XV. N. L A IM,
Importer ami Dealer in Hik!iki:, Ci'tlkkt, MerHisii'
Tools and Aouki ltlkal iMPLtMt.-. rs, Frt street, Hoti'
JANION, (iUEEV A CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Fio-f Buililinns, tueen street.
Honolulu. April 1. lso'J. 105-tf
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite the
Government House. 41 tf
J. IRW IS. K. L. IXliOLS
I nxv IN A CO.,
Accountants. Collectors ami Custom House Brokers. Honolulu, i
ry N. U. Complicated, a-voUiits adjusu-d, and Commercial
book, rienel and cli-s.l. 16-Vtf
A. S. A M. S. CItlNIt AI'.M,
Importer, and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing. Hats,
Caps. ami tho , and evrry variety of Gentlemen's
cniishiiiir.U.ls. More, corner ol fort ami
Merchant streets, Honolulu, i fcthtl.
a. HAHRis. oa tic. r b. s aix, nr
A II E L HAIIKIS A CO.,
Deiler, in all kinds of Hawaiian Tr'.lui-e. Hotiolulu,ahu. II. I.
Draw Bills f Excliaiige 0:1 Messrs. McRuer X Merrill. San
F raocisco. C S. A. lJii-tf
IlITSON V II A FIT.
8aceessr, to Mr. II--iry Kobins.ni. Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants. Honolulu. II. I . under the K mm of A. J. Mrt
wriuht. ami at the foot cf Kaahumanu street. 3J-lf
II. F. SNOW,
General Cotnmissi'jn Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Island,,
Retnilar Line of H-stoi ami II inoliilu Packet,.
Sale "f Coffee fnm IheTitci mb llnntation.
Saietif fncki- HnKhers Co's Yellow MetaL
Ncir FnUml R.-fifii Company. Ii3-tf
CBA.S. a. !sH"r. w- A. ALDRICB
HISIIOP A CO.,
Bankers. O.Tice In the east corner of " Makee's Block," on
Ka.ihuni.inu street, H hi .lain.
Will recrive ieis t. discsunt lir-t-class busines, paper, and
attend to cuiU-ctin.. ec. 11 J If
XV. A. A LIlltlCH,
Importer an.1 leah r in General Merchandise ; Commission
Aeent f.T the SaV of Su.-ar. 1 -lass-, ami Ci.rT-e. and othtr
Island Prluce. A..-nt f -r the LiHrit Plaxtatiov. Con
iirnm-nts nf all kinds of Island Produce solicited. rd.rs
for Men-handie pr-.miKly attended to. lUi-tf
A U X.
AMoS. S. COOKZ.
CASTLE sV COOKE,
Importers ami WhnWik ami R.-1ail dealers In General Mer
chandise, as ihe .4 1 si.io.l. os-iier f the Km and Schil
.rrew.. near the I r-e :.me Church. Aisi at the Stire
formerlv -cuptcl by C. II. NiiS.ls..n. in Kin? street, oppo- 1
-?e the'Sejunans Cha-1. Amenta f.T Dr. Jaynes' Me.. '
J. II. WOOD,
Manufactnn-r, Imp-rtT ami Iva!.-r in and Shoes of every j
de-ripci"fi. Shoe Fim'.in.-s. Pump, S .e, Kiinrinr. Harness, ;
ami Pstent l-tleTs. Calf, ti.wt. H.er. and Buck Skin, I
Trunks. Valises, on:.c Gloves, Foils, ami Masks. BUck
Inr. Brure-s. II H-ry. Ac. Briek Shoe Mure, o nier of
f.st ami .Merr'iant ts., II .T...lnlu. II. I. 1-tf j
GEORGE (-.SI HERS.
ManutM-turer ami dealer in Tm. Shc-t Iron, and Copper ware.
Kaahumana tre. t. opile J. C. Spaldnnt's II ..m-lulu, II.
Summer Bakers. T.n and C..p-T Pum. Bathine Tuls,
!". and Shower :.vhs. Tin and 7ine ll-..r'nw. an I a iren
eral assortment of Tir ware. Ph.p Work executed with
neatm-ss and disMt. Iu 1-tf
FT A I A
Agent, f.-r the SUitar Plantations of Aiko. at Papakea. and Iwo,
at Pulo. Hilot I-nTter and W l...e sale and Retail IVal
ers in China G-.s : have on hand, for sale, at their estab
menu on Kmc street. Honolulu, end at Lahaina. .Vaui
Surar. MoUrs. Syrup. T.-a. C-.fr.-e. and a larpe an 1
varied assortment of eeneral merchandise ,
nomduln. August li. 157. 69-1 y
Ship Chamller. IWit in General M r.-handie, and dmmissinn
Merchant. Iloii. luln. .ihu, S. I.. kee constantly on hand
an extensive ass-irtment of every description of good re
qniml by whalehips and others.
Phippni fumishe.1 wuh ail kinds of proceri.-s. f.rovlsion,. Ac,
at the shortest notice, at the orr l.-t market prices.
rr Aloner advanced for wtialers ai me iow-si raws.
winri. johs r. rurs.
I. C. WATERMAN &. -.
COM MISSIO.V ME RCHA tTS.
Especial attention paid to the int.-rests of the Whahne Fleet, by
the famishitiK t fund, purchase and sale of Exchange. lil.
Bone, General Merchandise, and the pr-snrin of Freight.
Messrs- Isiac II wLst.. Jt., k C., New Bedford
W. G. E Pops. Esq., d".
Miri.ax. Stoxr A t'i., San Francisco.
McKrca A Mkrrill, 105-tf
I). N. FLITNER.
Continue, hi, old business at the new st.tc in Makee's nw fire
proof buildinir, at the stand r-ventiy occupied bv Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of y lcen and K lahiima'-u streets.
Chronometer rae.I by olservati..:-. of the sun and Mar,
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention piv-n to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant plassc, filtered
and adjusted. Charts and nautical instruments consta inly
on hand ami f T sale.
CHARLES XV. VIM EXT,
CONTRACTOR AND Bt'ILDER. The undersicned would in
form hi, friends and the public, tnai ne nas wkh "
fitted no the premises on F -rt street, opposite t. Urt wer
4fs Sn.re. as a CARPENTER SHMI. and would elicit th
patrorutpe heret.d' r? so iinenuy -su ..i.m. ..
the Tan-nis branches of Kuikiinp. Plans. Svei!ications and
Cocitracu.atleoded to with promiitnes, and dispatch
CHARLES W. VINCENT.
Jf. B- DOORS. WINDOW SASH, and all other article, per
nine to house bnildinp. constantly on hand and tor sale. 93-
S. N. I'.MERSON.
Waialua. Oabn, Dealer in O-neral Merchandise. Country Pro
duce such as Corn, Beans. Bananas, Butter, Epps, Ac.
Dealer in General M.-rchandise. Udo. Hawaii. Shi supplied
with recruit at the horlet notice, oo reasonable isnus
BUI of exchange wanted. 1-tf
IIOLLES A CO.,
Jo Chandler, and Cfnnmiloa Merchant and Dealer In
OeneraJ Merchandise. Lahaina, Maui. Whaler fa. abed
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange for ood
til L.MAN A CO.,
Snip Chandler, and Dealer ia General Merchandise,
LAHAINA, MACI, II. I.
BKina sunnriml with recruit. Good facilities for atorafre. Cash
furaisAvad for bilA of exchanpe.
FOR SALE Br
W. A. ALDRICn.
1K. A. N. CLARKE,
Surgical and Mechanical Dentist.
Offi'-r n-t J..r t W IV,' t ari'I
urfice h'lurs from 9 A. M., to 4t I'
lilt. J. .MOTT SMITH,
OSce C'jrai r of r' rt tn l II j
itl :re-i. 17s-ly
I LL1 A M II CM 111 II 1: YS,
Notary TaMic, J2ice at tlie Court II. use, up t.i-rw.
J. . AI STIN,
ATTOKXKY AND Cut NsKI.UR AT LW.
03icc in H .nolul 1 II-.ue. ovr the I'ct Offiee.
K. II OF F.MANN,
rhy:clian r.l Sanson, MuVe' Hi-r:, c- ruer Qir?eti uud Kaa
harnauu :rst 1-tf
IS L AI It,
Attorney ami Conn-ll-T t l.-iw, ari'I lr"-tor in A.lminltr. Of.
lice ov-r It. 'iuill'.u's lrux store. II niolulu, rf. I. " 140-tf
L. McCI LLY,
nffi., with C. C. Il irrii, Kc.
Attomey at Law.
Ultice ami Iniir 5tore, K.u.hiniauu S'trwt, opiwite Makee's
M-i. Slnia M?liciiie chests rvatte.1, ami rcM'ritioii
JTT Hot, eoM, vapur, howeran.l meilicate.1 Baths. at a'l hours
t;ii.s. r, (jriLi.or, .m. n ,
ur-ef.n I.'nit-il Stiit Navy. C mul ir I'hysician to sick
Auierican aii.',n ar. 1 jrem ril pr.tcuriuner.
OiKce, corner K-ialmniiUiu an 1 Merchant streets, ami reiiilcnce
at I'r. VVoor Mansion, Hotel 4 rt. t.
Mt-Jiral and i.rical aJvice iu Ei.lih, French, palish, and
Office huurj from 11 a. M. to 1 r. at other Lour imjuirc at
his resilience. 1-tf
A. P. EYEItETT.
J anion's new hlock, Queen street, Honolulu. II. I.
Mesr. ?45trsnv Jt Tappax, -"
E. D. Iku.uam At Co.,
" llt ri.KK. Kmu J; J 1 : 1.1.,
Honolu'u, July 1, !!'.
i SHKUMAif rt.C'K.
BREW kR, -l.
C. II It EWE It A
! Commission ami Shipping Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, II. 1,
KEF Kit TO
JAMK.S IIl SXKWFt.L, E
I HA11LK.S IIRKUT1R, r.S.I
M kssiis. M.
I. Urm .x Mkihii L,
LCOTT liUOOKS Ksil., J
1 ts-as. W. lt--Tr : Co.,
MessK-S. IVklk, IUbbkll A; Co.,
f RKOERKK L. BANKS.
Commission and Snipping
KDWARII P. 1D1I
HANKS A. CO.,
Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaii
j Messrs. ! Ki er & Mkrbh.l.
I GKlXXeLL, Mixti RX & Co,
New r.edf .rd.
Chas. Sci kher At Co.,
C A. & II. F. POOK.
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLCLC, OA 111. SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Ge.iR;i? F. Pkabodt, Esq.,
FiLi.siiA Haskell. Fs.-p, -Messrs.
Klad. Uakdxkr .X C .,
W ali'd, Barkt A o.,
ABKKNtmv. Clark k Co.,
Bsni.EH A: LiskbsbcrgilR,
J. C. SPA LI) I NO,
Imjsirter and Comniission Men-hant, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I.
A cent Mr W in. Thwimj & Co.'s B-jstoii auJ Sandwich l.iauo,
NtPTCXB Ixsj RANCH Co., - - Boston.
.-ITARLE SAFklV IXsCRAXCi:, Co., "
AVasbixctos ' " - "
Alliaxik " " -
N. K. Mi Trtt. " " - "
Salim Marixb " " - - Salem.
T-rStiire iu Robinson k Co.', fire-prmif block. 175-tf
i II. XV. SEVERANCE,
I Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, Honolulu, S. I.
1 Captain B. T. Sxow, -
i Mesars. D. C. Witik1 k Co., -
! Williams & Haves,
Mi'Ri'ka At Mkrrill,
! Swift Allfx,
Hfxrt A. I'tiii. r. -
II. W. SEVERANCE will continue the Ship Chandlery and
Commission Business at the Uld Maud. Every description of
Ship Chandlery a:d Mt rchaml e reijuirol by Miippinp. wiil !c
kept on hand and for sale at low rates. 14'Ml
WILCOX, RICHARDS A CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Dealers in General Merchandise, and Commis
sion Merchants, Honolulu, II. I.
Keep constantly on hand a full supply of every description of
merchandise required by whale ships and others.
Money advanced at the lowest rates.
Slessrs. Swift At Allkx.
Giukox. allkx Ai SoX,
AA'K. GlFFoRK, -
Messrs. Thomas Kxowlfs A: Co.,
WesToX HoWLAXP, Fisq.,
Frepkrk k Pahkkr. Em.,
Messrs. Wig. Phillips X Soxs.,
IlKXRV A. PlFRI-X. Esq.,
Messrs. I'.itlkr. S.sr A: Co., -
Chas. W". Brooks.
Messrs. Mori. ax. ST"XK At Co.,
Wii.liaws A Havkxs,
175-tf C. A. A It MAHS A Co.,
AMEUOTYPF. &. DAHUEHKEAN (GALLERY!
Hilt APIIS taken
lushes: ierreetion of
F. BIN 1'T.
ah is i: or v i' i : u i. r , i: uv.
rvlIE I'MIERSIG NEI would call the attexti.. of
1 of his Friends and the Public to his Rooms, over the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser," Printini: Oflice, (next to the
P.Hit Orhcc) where he is takinp Pictures which, f..r elepance of
style and fines, of tone, cann -t be excelled.
Beinp in constant receipt of New Slis-k. Chemicals &c., he is
prepared to take Pictun-s with all the lat.-st impnivements.
Piitures taken on tilass. Paer, Patent leather, India
Rubber, Ac., and warranto! to irive entire satisf;icti. n.
N -B The Public are invite,! to call and examine specimens.
HU-tf AV. F. HOWLAND Artist.
Views of Honolulu !
. ak o:
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
llururM' Views of Honolulu to their fri -mls abroad,
as ibey will convey by far a lietter idea of the Scenery, Habits,
Customs, etc.. if this place, than any works or prints ever pub
li-hed. To be Lad of F. HI' KG ESS.
HS-tf F'ort street.
KEEP COOIa !
Ice Creams ! Ice Creams ! Ice Creams !
m.A.ri. H. Ill Dill IS PREPARED FROM
ami after septeinuer 7th to supply his fnends and the
public at his New Ice Cream S-il'n, on Kin street, nearly o
li site the B-the. with any order they may pice, and hojs by
ktnet attention to receive hi, share of the patronape heretof. r.
a literally isrstoweii. Any onier over two quarts reipjir.-s
i LjU'S' f'tice. Soniavs excepted. lnri-tf
Liquors ex "Yankee!"
. m"f tO GALLON KEGS MAGNOLIA
V i m whisky.
JO 6 pallon kep Magnolia whisky.
barrel, Mononcahela whisky,
6 5 ca.lon .ens (.'id Tom,
3 5 ga'.ivn '-.eps c-itnac brandy, (extra.)
For sale bv
WILCOX, RICHARDS k CO.
170-tf Ween Street.
ST RECEIVED BARRELS
RIVER CEMaNf For tale by
B. F. SNOW.
Surar and .Molasses.
' F r sate by
illtW ER i LO.
HISTORY OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
;B of these Islands, (the last edition,) for sale bv
l9-2m II. M. WHITNEY.
PINE BOASDS AND SHINGLES.
T M FEET CLEAR EASTERN PINE
fJW J aswted, from i an inch to 2 inches thick.
4u,(M0 Eastern bved cedar Shingles.
1 44-tf Foetalelowby 0E0. Q. HOWE.
cott.vci: to li:t.
TIIK Kl.lu' I ItLK COTTAIi K ADJOIN-
iriii th-il i.inir l.i:rly x'up:e-l ly tht; utM.t ii?ijcl.
1 :jt.ii:; 1 iuxxi, ij:a r j. ni, ic , Ac.
ernl'. Ai-p!v t'j
l'.i-3: ' II. M. WIUTXtV
I,r.ASKII()Ll FtU SALE!
T 11 K VAM'AliLK LEASEHOLD PRO-
j-er:y, on the ctii.t oi M'.-nnaii; ii.d N uiur.a Mri-i-:-,
f..r on reasonanl- t rns. at i-p-s-m nocnp'e.I t.y J.
H. STRAI NS, to whiu iippli.-utinn : t- he made it; t!ie j.re.
niics. IV.sesai'-u can he iveu iinineii:ttely. l-utn
" TO LET!
AT HIIAIVA THE HAWAIIAN
HiTKL ItLILl'lNti, Litely ocuoUil I t T. I.. Merrill.
l'ue:..tuu eiveu iiiimeilintelr . lvcnl reitKiiiate.
XII. C. 1IEI CK.
130-tf Ajier.t f r L. II. Anthon.
" Knhiiku" for Salt' !
ILL KK SLI AT PCKLiC ACCTION,
at the Court 11 iu- in lloiiuiulu, on the loth Jay of June
next, that lar; html c illi-d
in the district rf K iu. Island of Hawaii. A pjrti. u of the l.in.l
is ji.ii.l t" e well a.lapt-1 to the irrowth of wheat, and all of it
fur :nizins purposes, especially f -r tlie ra'.sinf of Boats. The
tnouniaiii in.riioii is aul to aU.uii.l iu u'u Fit further par
lieilliiri iiioilire al the otli. e ! the uiijetv-licd.
Ky order of the Hoard of Education
I'rt-si'leiit llo.inl Kilucation.
FOll SALE OK Tt LET,
THE FOUETOP I'ltEMISES N KI.u
Term lil-ral. Apply to
C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
THE KHR1HXU IIOISE IN THE
r -ar of the " hue ilorw Hotel, witn serrate ih.m
rooms, all furnishe.l. Inquire ou the premises. 111-tf
THE FOLLOWING KOO.vIS AM OF.
ti.es in the FIRE I'Rtl'.'F IIRll W Bl U.U1.U, Corn, r ot
Kaahmnanu and Queen strists, vix :
The office vn the second lloor, directly over the Savincs llanK.
The Cellar of the above huildinir, capable of storage of IdOO
p,,ss,-Ssiou civru immediately. Terms moder te. Apply to
IKMf CHAS. 11REWER.2D.
Collce IManlalioii lor JS.ale !
fTITCOMII COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT IIAXALEI, KAL'AI,
Is olTercl for sale. The Ijtnd of the Plantation comprises up
wards of I O.'iO Arris, and has upon it ."iO.OOO Collre
Trrrn. The land is well adapted to the cultivat
u of sntir
cane. The estate
unencumbered, and will
be sold bv Fee
For full particulars and terms of sale, inquire of
II L' V . ill
I. C . IJ .
..... . a 1
tii in in n uairr lois
riVIIE I'VPERSICNEI) HAVING
Jl apiointed apent for the sale and lease of the
I lieps to call th" attention of Merchants. Mnp Owners. SxTulators
! and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of-
: fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
I'lans may I seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at KolxTt C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings, j
N. B. Earlv application should be made lor choice l.ts.
W. I.. GREEN,
A cent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu. Oct. 21. l"jS. Ul-tf
THE .MOST DESIIf AIILE
Rcsidciicr in Honaliilu for Sale
THE CNOERSIGNEO OFFERS
for sale his dxellinp and premises on Fort street.
The .rcn.i-s are iinionp tie" mo-t desiraMe and
central iu Honolulu. The main huildinp contains a ,
Dining room, !
Bed room, )
2 child''1" .i-enina rxni.
And bath room, j
There arc also two cnttape., on the promisee, one containing!
j two sl.i pinp rooms and dressimr apartment i and the other one I
meepinir riMiin ,ini a nr. ---iim ui.ii nn-:u. ni'.r b. r j
cook hous-, two s. rvaius' r.Hjins. wash houe, wooil house, stt- :
1.1". crriae, f.-wl hour, etc., etc. j
The pr-inis-i are supplied with valley water, and also a brick j
cistern, capaheof containitip 150 barr Is of water, with force :
pump, which adds to the security of the buildinirs. j
Tin :. Kovnl patent from liis Majesty Kamehameha III. j
lvj-i'm " Apply to H.M.WHITNEY. j
ai;i:nt for llovips
The nndersipneil heps to notify to Merchants. Ship owners and
Shipmasters, that he has received the apiointuient
AGENT at these Islands for LLOYD'S LNixN.
lo5-if U C. JANION,
I' LOR ENS STAPENHORST.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of I'nderwriters All
averape claims' apainst the said l ud-rwriters, occurring in
or alnjut this Kinpdoni, will have to be certified before him.
NORTHERN A SSI" R A NCE CO.V.A-
1 ty (f!tatlishei
d l.itf.) r"..r F'ire and Life Assurance at
home aul an;il.
(- tnl 1 .2 511.7 GO. Sterling.
The undersicned has been apjuinb-d Aitent for the Smdwich
Islands. It. C. JANION.
7-tf. at Honolulu.
AGENT FOR THW
Nrvw York Itoitrtl of Finlervvri Irr.
The iindersipneil takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
Ac, that he has lieen duly appointed as A pent for the
New York Board of Cnd-rwriters.
13-tf ALEX. J. CARTW RIGHT.
ACENT FOR TH E
Liverpool Fiidrrwrilei-'j .oriation.
The undei-siciifl lps leave to notify Merchants, Ship owners,
and Ship masters, that he has n-ceive. the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands f..r the LIVERPOOL L N DER
W R ITER'S ASSOCIATION.
105-tt R. C JANION.
n AS R EC EI V V.
apeut at the San l i.
D APPOINTMENT OK
h Inlands for the lfostou an.l Salem
.V.ptunc Insurance ., Boston.
Itoylston Fire and Marine Insurance
New England Mutual
Salem Marine Insurance Co.. Salem.
Fire Insurance Notice.
THE NORTHERN ASSTRANCE CO.
FfVIIE I'NDEKSIGNEI) bees to notify to those par
ties who have insured in this otlice wK-slon buildinps or
their contents within the pre.-inc'.s of Honolulu, that in conse
sequence of the continuisi erection of lar-.'e and high wooden
buildinps close together in narrow streets, no more risks on tim
Ix r constructions in th. t-.wn will be tak-u, and those already
taken will not be renewed on the expiration of their terms.
R. C. JANION,
6J-tf Apent for the Northern Assurance Co.
II A MIJFHCII-HRE'UEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
V.HE FN I) ERSIG NED. Acen-snf the aWe Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks apainst tire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCIIER3 k CO.
Hnno ulu, Oct. 11, ISoT. 63-tf
E. 1IOFFSC H LA EG ER Si. STAPENHORST
Agents lor Ihe
PARIS AND BOHl'K.VUX B)ARDS OF UN'DER
WKITERS. AVIS A I" PCIILIC.
Lea Simpsipnes, nyant ete noinmes Agents p?ur lea
Ass-ureurs niritimes Je-Paxis et de Bordeaux,
previeiniont le pulilic en c-nt'rl et le3 Chpi
tn.nes Je nr4vire ni.irch.in.ls frinc;ais, qui visitent
les p.rt.s ile oe royaume, en p-trticulier, que dans j
t'jus les cas .1 avaries, qui nuraient lieu dans ces
pararres1, ils tlevrtdit, t'aire const.iter et verifier
les f tit ilevant eux pour lgaliser leurs recla
mations contre les iliis iLssureurs.
81-tf ED. HoFFSCHLAEGER STAPENHORST.
ARRIVED PER HARK
f.-ei long, 7 ft-
ENTRE-BOARD SURF BOAT. 27
et twin, f r sa:e by
C. BREWER CO.
II ST RECEIVED.
CASES ENAMELED CLOTH.
Harm ss and liu.-s l Ia.liei',
Childr-.n's at s.
fChildren's Carriages, viri .us patterns,
131-t Fit sale by C. BREWER CO
INCH TO 1-2 INCH SHROI'DING-
Forsalebv D. C. WATERMAN S ia
SALE ARRIVED PER HARK
SAC HE 31."
IRE BRICK, SPRUCE POLES. FLAG
Stones, for, ale by (143 tf C. BKFWF.R & CO.
JOHN H. HANKS,
LocIl nii:l Gtiiismitlx,
l.splana.le, on Ortit. llrcoen Premise. lT-4:n
I10.N0LLLL SOAP WORKS.
It A WLINS.
rarpentors. Jointrs aV; ruderlakt'rs.
Fori Slrrel. urnr Ctrnrr of Hotel Street.
3 EM'ECTKl LLV INFORM THE I'l l!
Ik he t! ;tt th. v are nr. pare I tj execute any work in the
ai"ive line, anil hoi to merit a hare of puV-lu: palrviniMte.
Koa, Pine and Trinimeu Collins alway on hand ami made to
T r Johhint; done on reasonable tern's. Tlans and sji-cifii-a
tions dra n to order. ISi-lf
BLACKSMITH SHOP. ON THE NEW F.Sl'LAN APE,
i IS Pit EPA KED TO I0 WORK
of ail kimls iu fcrst rate style, at prices to
suit the tunes.
SHI I. CAUT. CARRIAGE, and all
rk in this line, will Is; done with a neatuess
Patch not to he excelled.
1 j- Horse shoeinir. and all other business, in the F.irrier's de
partment, promplly atletidnl to. 19J-tf
JAMES A. BIRDICK
IN HKMOVINK IIISHCSIXESS
to his new Cldil'EKAliE on the Esplanade,
Fort street, lakes this opportunity of return
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in peticral, for the supiort and patron
ace which thev have been pleased to print
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention lo busi
ness and promptness i:i the execution of all orders intrusted to
bin., he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has on hand for sale upwards of J0O0 I arrels of all sorts
and sizes. 175-ly
iNEW COOl'EKACIE !
AXTHOX'S BUILD1X(J, MERCHANT ST
Honolulu. Onliu, II. I.
rjl HE FN DERSIGN El HAS TAKEN THE
Jl abov s premises for the purjiose of carrying on the
in all its various branches, aud solicits a share of the public
Bcins a practical cooper, he flatters h mself that he can do
work as well and on as reasonable terms as any other esablish-
inent in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3m C FARDEN.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SHOP.
V II E FNDERSIGNF.D VVOFLI) INFORM
j m. his friends and the public that on the 6th inst. he will re
' BUttii1 his former business as a
j BUILDEPv AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
At the stand hitherto occnpieil by Messrs. Watson & Leonard,
on the Swinton Premises, KiiiK street. With every facility for
doing all branches of
j Wood Worli.
I tc the best advantage, he respectfully solicits a share of punliq
Haciin: secunil the services of a first rate workman, he will
also aid 'nliiurl Mnkiu". Tnrniutf nml Car
: rinye Work to his other business.
Lj- Stuff sawed ami planed by machinery for carienters and
C. II. 1F.WEKS.
N. B. General lumtier businxs will be conducte.1 as hereto-
I f.,re oil tlie tort Mreel I'mnises, wnerc me UTS. .l-i,.., alrx-L-
, will be sold on the most reasonable terms.
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the pr.-inises formerly occupied by Af. Al. Matthew,
vO re now prepareil to 'execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
Work, on the shortest notice aud most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
M A SON,
OI LD CALL THE ATTENTION (IF
the public t.' his stis-k of material, consisting of Ha
waiian Lime, California Lime. Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of Paris. German Tile and Fire Brick, at his yard, opposite the
City Market, on Kinp Street. ltKMy
Harvey Az JlcClyinoiit,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS. (J1LDERS AND PA
SlOl' iy KlXii STREET. 155-ly
THE IIONOLFLF IRON WORKS.
''HE I N I ERSIG N EI) is now prepared to repair or
l manufacture ail kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forpintrs and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils &c. on hand and made t,
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
V. 11. Wlf.I.IA.TIS,,
Cabinet Maker and Curlier.
fMI E OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
Ji the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, BEADY MADE FURNITCRE, Koa
Boards, Joist ami plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahopany Veneering.
A large assortment of Gill Mouldinp, and lar.'e sized Glass.
A variety of Ids-king, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Collins on hand and made to order. 15S-ly
V. II E FN I) ERSJG NED, HAVING RE-
ceive.l by the latest arrivals from the L nited Mates and
Fa'roiie. a new an.l large assortment of Drusn. Mcdicinea
nml Toilet Articles, now offers them for sale. Being
supplied from the lest sources, first rale articles will be sold at
less prices than heretofore.
Physicians and others will have their orders promptly nlled
at satisfactory prieos.
Prescriptions made up accurately and from the best materials,
particularly from Thayer's celebrated fluid extracts, a great im
provement on Tinctures.
MEDICINE CHESTS refilled at thecheapest 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.
Am poison, bay rum, borax,
Castile s.np, cream of tartar,
Camphor, cherry ctoml.
Cod liver oil, diamond cement.
Extracts of sarsapanlla arid gin
ger. Extract of valerian,
Emery powder, erasive salts.
F"lui I magnesia, pum erabic.
Gelatine, Henry's magnesia,
II .11-. way's ointment, hair dyes.
Indelible marking ink,
Kidder's diarrhrea and dysen-
Liquorice, liniments, asst'd,
Mucilage, lip salve,
Oils of hergauiot and lemon.
Powder boxes, pills, asst'd.
Sands' and Towsend's sarsapa
Syringes, asst'd, salts.
Toilet powder, toilet mirrors,
Tlnrn's extract trusses.
Teething rings, tooth powders,
White and yellow wax.
LFBIN'S CELEBRATED EXTRACTS,
Comprising 24 different kinds.
Best quality JEAN MARIE FARINA COLOGNE,
Sandal wood extract, candies, jujube paste,
Burnett's cocoa ine and oriental tooth wash,
orange tree and tortoise shell tooth-picivS.
Toilette soaps and brushes, infant hair brushes.
Combs, scurf brashes, (patent.) tricopherous,
Hyperion fluid, hair oils, asst'd.
SA RS A PA R I LI. A M E A D. (an agreeable and healthy
beverages (prepared by E. Hoffman.)
COSTAR'S RAT POISON.
DR. JAYNE'S MEDICINES. Sir.. 1c.
lf,T-tf EDWARD HOFFMAN M. P.
CO A L. ' -
CI ASKS CUMBERLAND COAL. lOO TONS
' L.sckawana do. F or sale . y
loo tt C. BREWER r Q.
YELLOW M ETA L.C'OM POSITION' NA'LS.
C A S Es; V E L LO W M ET A L, assorted sizes'
oO luxes corup-jsition na:is;
50 neps jo Jn.
119-tf For sale by C. BREWER CO.
PENCE POSTS FOR SALE BY
C. BREWER A CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
patterns and tsiruers. For sale by
OA K BOATS. 4.C.
ESTS OF OAK BOATS just received per Syren,
For sale by
131-tf C. BREWER CO.
MONUON! !. NEW Zr.lLANI).
G EXERAL MERCH AN T A CUSTOM 1I0U?E AGENT
HAS MADE AR KA NGEMENTS TO KEEP
coustatitlv on haii-i a large and wii M-ieeted stivk cf
and everything repiire.l for a coinpb-te outfit.
tT Fresh supplies, loUitoes, ami firewood, all furnished at
the shortest notice.
Mongonui lies in the south-east part of Lauristan or Doubtless
Bay. and is iu latitude o5 deg. 6 mill. S., and longitude 173 deg.
3S min. E. lvJ-tf
POTATOES TT'OTATOES !
CCLS OK IRISH POTATOES
w in store houses.
I! rend, Ac.
Tor sale by
ESTRA 4 CO., Hakodadi, Japan.
Charsle Henry Smith,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Huttodnrii. J n pan.
IIfnrt A. Pierck, F'sq., -Charles
AVolott Bhuoks, Esj.,
B. F. Sxow, Esq., - - -ISa-Cm
- Sa i Francisco.
RUSSELL, HAY OF ISLANDS,
III. .YU1 DAVIS sV CO.,
Ciiatotti House-A Kent, and General CoimntI
aion .lr rcha n I a.
E CONSTANTLY ON HANI) A LARGE
ssortmeut of recruits of every description required by
Bills of exchantre on the I nited States and Europe nego
A. JC. Will ri: Jfc CO.,
MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AGENTS k AUCTIONEERS
A Unroll, Nevr Zealand.
SHIPS SUPPLIED WITH
and stores of every description.
Capt. O. H. SorLE, ship Milo.
A. Barbfr, ship Benjamin Tucker.
J. II Acstis. ship Goethe.
" Smith, ship E. F'. Mason.
u Hixdes, ship Metacom.
" Oscar de Oraxusaiune, ship Nil.
" Darmaxdakitz, ship Gen. d'Hautpool.
' LtBASTE, ship CaulaincourU
yi r. JOIIA' A LEX. .11 ATII K U S,
O Q.urr-iia Place. Sytlney.
XjT Reference to W. L. Orekx, Honolulu, S. I. 104-Cm
xv. iti ti,i:k,
CL'STOM HOCSE Jt COMMISSION AGENT
MA NOON LI, NEW ZEALAND.
ET Shipping supplietl or the most reasonable term. Lat
36-0 S-, long. 173-38.E . 41-ly
lion; WALK A AD oak in
CIORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MAN'UFAC
Tl'RED to onler. Constantly on baud, a large a
sortmcnt of MA.VtLA AXU HEMP ROPE, (all sizes), Bala
Koe, Tow Line, Oakum, i:c, for sale by TC BBS At CO.,
8'bly 139, Front Street, San Francisco.
SAJIL.. C. 1VOOUKITVV,
SHIPCII A N'DLER. STOREKEEPER AND
(it'.V EHAL. AkJEMT. Goods bought and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice'
Corner of QCbKN's Road and Pottinukr svkrlt, Hontrkons j
rr Refers to Thomas Spexcer, A. J. Cartwriobt, J. C
Spaldisc, Honolulu, Sandwichlslamls. 104-ly
JUST KECEIVED !
AND FOR SALE BY
J . C. SPALDING,
THE CARGO OF AMERICAN SHIP
A. H. DFN'BAR, Comraandtr
CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE:
40 dot I lb tin pres. meats.
JoO bbls. Haxall flour,
160 bbls. prime pork.
60 bbls. extra mess beef,
50 bbls rice, 10 cases salt.
I 50 doz tins green corn,
I 50 doz boxes table salt,
100 tins water crackers,
i 25 half bbls dried apples,
: 5 cases alcohol,
i 36 do 2 lb tins pre,, meats,
! 50 bbls Bourbon whisky,
' 5 bales tickings, 5 do stripes.
252 doz Tennant's pale ale, '
15 doz Tennant's jiorter,
1157 lbs cheese, in -JO lb tins, !
50 doz 1 lb tins oysters,
10 cases currant wine, !
10 cases cherry wine, j
100 cases London jockey club
50 cases Catawba wine bit
ters, 175 tb It. Byass' London por
25 cases St. Ju'.ien claret, ;
casks Jamaica rum, I
9 eighth pipes Piuet brandy,
2 cases prints, 10 bales sheet
0 hales red and blue blanket.
30 case denims,
. 10 bales brown drills,
10 hale, blue drills,
2 bales royal blue flannel,
I 10 bales blue sheetings,
60 doz blue flannel shirts,
50 doz red flannel shirts,
50 doz striped undershirts,
50 dos Btril drawers.
400 doz denim pants and frock,
1 hale bleached flannel,
20 tierces hams.
3 quarter pipes Pinet brandy,
25 8th piies C A. P. brandy,
GEN ERAL ASSORTMENT OF FINE
44 cases boots and shoes,
ZM bales gunny baps,
33U kegs nails,
00 boxes No. 1 soap,
17 doz Sharp's handled axes,
10 half bbls hide poison,
20 doz charcoal irons,
150 hndls iron, 2 whalehoats,
10 doz whale spades,
100 gross matches, 4 cs powder
100 kegs powder,
347 doors, 250 windows,
511 cases spirits turpentine,
213 cases lioiled linseed oil,
I 1 bale corks, 20 cases starch
'230 kegs white lead,
j 1 case umbrellas,
9 cases saddlery,
j 8 cases oil carpeting,
I 50 pair blinds,
500 lbs blue and white thread,
, 10 bbls coal tar. 25 do pitch,
I 50 bbls tar, 15 cntes crockery,
I 10 bbls bright varuih.
tons Scotch Splint Coals 56 do. Cum
berland Smith's Coals. 163-tf
PER CLIPPER BARK
" Ilumpliroy jVolsou,"
FROM LIVERPOOL I
AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
AN ENTIRE CARGO OF ENGLISH AND
French g-xnis, specially selected for this market, and on
of the most valuable ever brought to this port, including
Rett brands of ale and porter,
Steam blacksmith's coal,
Sugar pans, etc
An invoice of groceries and malt liquor per " Gomelza" from
Liverpool, as well as a very variously assorted invoice per
Yankee" from Saa Francisco.
172-tf JANION, GREEN CO.
Assort-d jellies, citron,
Hamblin & Baker's oyster,
Bbls Carolina rice,
For sale by WILCOX, RICH ARDS k CO.,
Kaahuroanu street. In stone store, formerly
151 tf occupied by Messrs. Krall : Moll.
ri PAINT. A-c.
I? IRE PROOF PAINT.
Kaolin. 10 brls of each,
C. BREWER CO.
For sale by
WHALING GENS AND BOMBS.
BRAND'S CELEBRATED WHALING
Guns and Bomb Lances, large and small sizes, universally
acknowledged to be the most superior articles of the kind In use.
134-tf Forshy P. S. WILCOX.
D. c. ii una. 3. c. a taut l
.iici?ri:i. v ni:isKir,iM
Al'CTIO A i: E K S ,
AGENTS OF THE
Rrgalar Dispatch Llnrol" Honolulu Patokola.
IT AH freight arriving in tran.itu fr the Sandwich Island.
will l received and ft-rwanie-.l by Ihe "Regular Duj-sU-h Lin'
sn or cvhmismov.
Particular atteut-. n paid to forwarding and transhipment at
merchand.s-. sale of whalemen's bills, aud other trha. In-sursn.-e
of merchsmlise ami specie under oin olicte, tspply
iug whale, hips, chartering shtps. etc.
4 3 n nil 4 5 Cnliforuist alreet.
tirtt Yx -.
Captain B. F. Psow.
Messrs. C. Brkwss 4r Co., J- Hoaolaal.
A. P. EVKKKTT, Es(J , )
B. IItmax, Esq., .... . HUa.
CHAS. WOLCOTT BKOOKS.
123 Sausome Street, Sun Francisco, Ca!.
1 PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN" TO
the Purchase, Shipment and sale of Merchandise I to ITcw
Wording and Transhipment of Goods in transit ; the Chartering
and Sale of Vessels; the Supplying of Whaleshlpa; aud the
Negotiation of Exchange.
Earhnnge on Honolulu In Santa lo anlf.
B. F. 9sow, Esq., Honolulu.
C. Bag eh At Co , "
J. S. Walker, Esq., u
Wilcox, Ukhakp it Co.,
C. Bmsit, Esq., Boston.
J AS. llt'XXKWSLL, F-sq-, "
HkXKT A. PltRCI, Esq.. "
Barxi m W. Field, Esq., M
Bknj. I'ithax, Esq., Ililo,
lss-tf . C. S. Babtow, E., Lahaina.
PACIFIC FOUNDRY .& MACHINE SHOP,
THE UNDERSIGNED MANUFACTURE
STEAM ENGINES AND Boll.F.KS,
SAW, FLOCK AND SCO A K MILL MACHINERY,
GEARING, SHAFTING, GAS AND WATER PIPK,
AND IRON AND BRASd CASTINGS OF EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Having every facility for doing good work In the best manner.
and at very reasonable rates, we have confidence In calllug tbs
attention of parties in the Sandwich Islands requiring any woi t
In our line to our establishment. Order will be execu'.cd wl'h
T Messn. F. L. Hank & Co. will receive order, and act a
our Agents in Honolulu.
GODDARD, 11ANSCUM if RASMJ,
C. 8. HATHAWAT.
a. r. to
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Sau Francisco, fat
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. At A. K. !,
k Swift k 1'erry, New Bedford, Messrs. Orinnell Minium A
Co., w York, John M. F'orbe Esq., Boston, Mrtsr. Per.
kins k Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Xsq. ID (
BARRY k PATTEN,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IM
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, f.
11G Msnlcomi rr ali.Ssn I'marlvs. Cft-1
11. WKnSTEU & Cl.
vo AKD DEALERS IS
x a xi cX i o m
"Vy in o a
Isiquor or every description.
101 FRO.T STREET,
Between Waihlngton and Merchant.
115 tf SAX FRANCISCO
LOOK TO YOUk ROOFS!
PATENT ELASTIC FIRE AND WATER
proof roofing, for buildings of every description.
This material Kisses sen all the virtues with none of Tnl l'K
FECT9 OF ASPHALTl'M, Wng more elastic and durable an I
less brittle, while it is perfectly
Secure Agnintl Fire and Water.
It i a perfi-ct rcsistent of the litmosphere, having been Ui-r-oUL'hly
tried in New England and various parts of the Cn let
States, including California and Oregon, and ha svsrywl ers
been found to be the
Chen pest nml Brat Roof In Fee
It can also be laid over
Leaky Roofs of Tin nml other Metal.
Onlers fille.1 for any part of the country, accompanied with
printed instructions for application of the material, which ity
Sld in barrel of forty gallons, at 1 40 per barreL Ala", ia
A barrel will cover 800 square feet of metal.
&OM.C. forn C?lx3xxlvx.
All orders promptly attended to by
J. II. PCRKITT, Agent,
185-3m . 133 California street, Sjuj Francisco.
m. . Rrnnrs. t. u. o'cooa.
IlLOIICIS aV 0'CO'OK,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Phelan's Model Billiard Tables,
PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS,
IN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON.
Jinn ei factory nml Sales Rooms,
ISO A.D 192 MONTGOMERY STREET, CAL.
XT Purchase of table and apparatus can be made throujh
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
iKW .ULSIC STORE !
CLAY & HER WIG,
176 Clay Street. San Franrlsra, California.
PIANOS AND MELODEON,
.VII KET AND ROOK MUSIC.
S Til FLUTES AND CLVRIONETS,
ACCORDEONS AND FLUTINAS,
VIOLINS AND GUITARS,
BANJOS AND TAMB0RINES,
Discretionary order for music filled by one who andert-aoJ
the want of pupils in all stage of progress.
The suheriber call .articular attention to their fln aawrt
ment of Piano which comprise a full assortment of InstntmeuU
from the following celebrated makers :
BROWN, ALLEN &, CO..
IIALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
WOODWARD & BROWN,
B0ARDMAN & GRAY.
Mklodeoss. from CARII ART k NEEDHAM.
Also, O. A. PRINCE A CO.'S Roman Violin and Guitar Stnugt
Pri je low. No extra charge for packing and hipplng. Or
ders forwanled through II. M. Whitney, of Honolulu, will b.
promptly attended to.
rmv ii E
UNDERSIGNED HAVING PI H.
M. chased the interest of E. J.
Smith In the Town and City
Market in Honolulu, lately carried on by Bradley k Co.. ths
business will henceforth be carried on under the name of D. K.
Vida k Co., who engage to fumUh the beat quality of butt her'
meat which the islands can produce, and solicit the patronsgc of
the public. .
145 tf u. ft. v tua m i u-
ATkN" II AND,
:n refined Iron,
Huulles Nail Rods.
Bun. lies Norway Shape,
For ale by
119-tf C. BREWER At
WHALE LINE, tc.
For tale by
HP-rf C. BREWER h CO
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