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ISic n ninl Krporl
OF THE PBE5IDENT OF
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
(Concluded from lu! week.)
.-ELECT SCHOOLS VT r t'TR THE CAKE OF GOVERN
MENT. Oahc College.
Ktv. E. Corwix, Acting Prtsilent.
Vf. D. AuLXASDtE, I'rofctHor of Orek, &c.
R. C IIaskeix. " Latin, kc.
Tb namUr of stu.lenU in this institution h
anoI from Zft to 73 for the Laet two je-rs; the cutr.
Ler ia the regu '. r college coarse from four to seven,
a mceorlAoc with the recomiDtrD-latkia of the King
in Council, as st.itfl in mj la--t report, anl the
Honorable House cf lM-.-rt2.entatie, on the CI 'laj
of Maj, Io-jO. the IVriJ cf Ldueatk-n has ir::'I-j a
?r&nt of tLe rhixl lan-ls. HrckTHp ko, on M iui.
Ahom&na, 1 aii JIoIta., cu Kauai, v.ucl at
-10,OtJO. toaar-1 the eri.lowu.etit of this College.
It Charter hi tcn m mrsJitu-'l s to rrr..ilc fir
the JwMitiori r.f two tiienJr to its Iiorl of Tni-ie-?,
whom the Kir.jj lu a right to apfint, eur.ject for
abo-it tLirten jear to come to the ar.r.roTal of the
American BoarJ of Misaicnj in list. n, lb a Lis right
to te aheolare.
The institution it) ps-n to Dilives-, half ca.-te, or
anv cUm cf youth who are qi&!.S?J to etter atj cf
it cla. The IarJ of Trustee, during 11 jt-sr,
eeot aa agnt to the Unite! State to er-'Icav.-r to
ecmplete tteeo'lowmnt of theCcIIege, anJ his efforts
hate been art. tvll with partial suc:t-
HR. LYMAN'S eo.lKMN'1 SCID L AT HILO-
The number of nchol.srs rrp rte-1 ha. arie-l from
CO to 70 Joring the past tw je-ir, all native IVts
selected from the common freeechoo'iof Hawaii, who
are taught the usual elementary tranches an-1 the
nglia Uogaage, aa stater I in former reports. There
are two nUe aaLtabU, one cf wh m, J.suah Ku,
teaches English exclusive!. ar.J with g'J success.
Another native teaches air-gin;; fuur evenings in the
week, an'l in the dij time &ist.4 Mr. Hitchcock in
tearbiejj aa Eog.'Uh acbooL Like the Mu lent of
Lahainalana, the b are eniplove-l more or less
every Jy in agriculture anl other useful work,
which not only supplies their personal want in a
threat measure. Lot gits thetn BounI Ixrliea and
hmwI moral, keeping them cat cf DiLschief during
the hoars cf relaxation from ta.!r.
I riaitej this school in October Li.-t and was more
than ever imprest! with ita importance to that
THE MANUAL LA BoP. SCHOOL
Or A. Wiuox, at VTaioli. Kai-ai.
The whole number receiteJ in tin) school daring
the )axt year wa 71; and on the last day of the year
there were ail boys. Like those cf Ililo above
n.entioned, they cultivate the soil daring a portion cf
each day, with the aame bentficial re-nlts as always
Sut froto a proper combination cf stuly with labor,
e9peol!y in the open fieM. More attention than
furmerly Las ba devotnl to the En!ih lantronge.
The Kouan Catholic Col!egeat Ahuimana, KooUu,
Oithu, in charge cf Rev. K. S. Walsb, is reported as
having 'JO scholars; 10 pure natives. 8 whites and 'J
Uiixed. All board in tbe establishment. English is
the language of tbe institution, and there is a class
in French taagbt daily.
The &mi!y school cf Mr. Bond, in Kohala. has
teen continued, but no report has teen receive! from
In Uonolulo and its vicinity there are several
private schools well reported cf, cf which the follow
ing may be net el :
The Sisters of the Sacred Hearts" have a school
cf V eIs on Fort Street, who pursue their studies
in The English language, and 15 are learning French;
6 cf them beard in tbe establishment. The terms are
$20 a tec tub fur bearding and tuition.
Mr. Culick's family school." cn Printer's lane
number of scholar 13, all beys; 10 are boarders
and two are day scholars; terms, $G per week for
boarding, tuition Ind lodging.
The select day school of Capt- Smith, cn Kutui
street number of scholars 40; 'Jf) boys and 20 girls;
2o are half castes, of whom six are partly Tabitian.
The select day school cf Mrs. A. X. Smith in Xan
ana number of scholars 11 ; 5 boys and C girls, all
The select day school cf J. A. Brewster, in the base
ment of Fort Street Church namber of scholars 21 ;
18 boys snd 3 girls.
Tie select school of Mrs. Von F&fater cn Hotel
street namber of scholar 15; 5 boys and 10 girl.
The select school cf Mrs. Ccrney number of
scholars 9; it boys and 4 girls.
Miss Ogden's " family school." at M'kiki num
ber of scholars 10; all small native girls boarding in
the family; terms 150 a year. Tbe school is under
the care of a Board of Trustees holding a charter from
the Government Over has been subscribed
in the community for the support of this school and
accommodations arc provided fur about SO native
girls, w ho are taught the English language in connec
tion with domestic duties.
Of the same character is the finiily school of Mrs.
Iv. S. E. Bifchr p of LahaiDa number of scholars 11;
all small girls; 5 cf them pure natives, 6 part native;
terms lUO a year for boar ling and tuition only.
A select boarding school for native gtrls, designed
to be for them what the seminary at Laba.naluna is
for native boys, has been commenced in Makawao,
Maai, by Rev. C. II. Andrews, to be under tbe special
charge of his lady. On his application to-the Board
cf Education in January Ut fur aid in erecting the
necessary building, the sum of S1500 was loaned to
him until January 1st, 1SC2, secured by mortgage
cn real estate, without interest, in case tbe school
hal! go into operation within six months from the
date of the loan.
Mr. Andrews has since applied for an additional
grant of $5"0 a year for two years, to enable him to
defray the expenses of the girls in the school, whom
he represent to fie generally very poor.
His petition w herewith enclosed, marked II., for
the consideration cf your honorable bodies.
It will be important to adopt some general princi
ple by which Government aid may be extended to
sch-ols of this claw; fur it is hoped they will increase
and soon be (band all over the group.
The namber of scholars, in these select schools not
nnler the care of Government, may be estimated at
3-VJ. A Id to these bOl estimated to be in the select
schools of tbe Government and learning the English
language, and we have a total of 1,154 in ail the
select schools on the Islands, so far as known.
The namber ia tbe free schools, as befure stated, is
8,628, which, added to the above, gives an aggregate
cf say 0,782 scholars in aU tbe schools.
The receipts frcm the scbcoUtax last year amount
el to $31,t'Jl 4 'J; add to this tbe interest on tbe
school fund, say 2,H, and we have SlJl 4'J as
the whole amount cf the annual school revenue, aside
from any direct appropriation by tbe Legislature,
with which to educate say 8,500 children, or $4 03
to expend annually on each one.
The Board of Education is authorized to expend, at
its discretion, the receipts from the xchooUtax on
English schools to tbe same amount as shall be paid
by private parties. Now, in case the law shall be so
mod 51, as I trust it will be, that the avails of tbe
BchooUtax may be applied to the support of English
schools, whether boarding or day schools, without re
gard to what parents may contribute, it becomes an
important and practical question what proportion of
it shall be thus applied, and in what way; by setting
apart a certain percentage cf tbe whole, throughout
all the districts, or only of those districts where there
may be such schools, and also by what rule scholars
shall be selected, since all cannot be so, that equal
justice be done to the tax-payers.
The attention cf the Legislature is particularly
directed to these questions, and its mind should be
clearly indicated in regard to them, so that tbe school
o&cers may have a clear and certain guide in dis
posing of the people's money. To see that every child
in the Kingdom is taught to "read write and cipher,"
at least, has hitherto been a settled principle cf our
Government, and as this could not be done in another
and better language, it has been done in the native,
and must continue to be for the present, bat the ex-
perierce of every year indicates the inadequacy of the
native language to the wants cf oar people, and the
iicport&nce of hastening cn tbe introduction of tbe
English where practicable as rapidly as our means
will admit of, to do which less reliance must be
placed on individual and voluntary efforts, and more
upon tbe Government, as before stated.
What proportion then of the school revenue should
be devoted to this part of our educational work, and
in what way? What reduction shall be made in tbe
free schools where the native language only is used,
in order to increase tbe namber and efficiency of the
Of the want of proper dot.tettie education among
oar people, especially tbe native girls, 1 have spoken
fully in fcrmer reports, particularly those cf ISoo and
1858, to which I beg leave to rtfer ycur honorable
bodies, without repeating here. The subject has taken
deep hold cf tbe friends of the native race of late.
The press Las dwelt largely and worthily upon it.
Private charities have teen awakened to an unusual
degree in behalf of oar native girls, and hence the
establishment cf the several Jamily tchoolt fcr them
above referred ta
Iuring my last official tour, I observed, with much
satisfaction, that several foreign ladies had from one
to four small native girls in their families, learning
to do housework in connection with moral and intel
Proper family training is confessedly the great
want of oar native children, both male an I female,
particularly the latter; bat unless it is effected by
private charity the expense of it mus-t be necessarily
great If native girls are to be taken into family
school, it xau.t be at a ttn Jer age, and they mutt be
kept there for a number tf years, until their charac
ters are finned an J they are atle to support thtui-a-'.tc.
or ti settle in life. The annua! expense i f
each pupil in Mirs Og.Jen cbool is !. at. I the
buildiczs an 1 accommodations areprovi ld Ly p rivate
In the -cho.I cf Mrs. Bishop, of Lahaina. the c-l
of each g.rl is Sl'J a year, for Uard:i:g aid tuilii n
t n'y. and this allows r.o cocjjr.-t.un f.r the Princi
pal In Mr. Oulick's cho-,l the charge is tO per week
f r bcar-il&g, v.ashii.g, 1'j-lgicg and tuition, or 212
In tle BchvA of tL; i.-ttrs of the 5cr.-I Ik-arts the
I trn;s are J a ti.- rth for boardiz. ar.d tuili.ti, aul
? a year i.r the u?e or a t el. tr sy I a year.
From this data a fair estimate a. ay Le t-aJc of the
exj-etise cf iriipjrt:Lg to native girls the domestic
training which is thtir great teed, and the tjuestiou
is, what part shorn i iiie Goveriinietit bear in the
metier ? In what way and to what extent should its
ail U; exten led u tuete institutions, which are con
fessed'y of the greatest importance i
The Legislature wi.l no duutt give the subject tbe
consideration its irup,rtance deserves, and act up n
it in a w y that will encourage and ni t check the
c itrtiii 1 1 priaie cnarnj mat now c-jm s in mis Uirec-
j It is telieved that the oject enn be let attained
I b ar t-rot mtir.z a euitahle sum of irionev to ft.
landed in ai ling p.rivate individuals tr associations
eng-tZed in the good work, rather th.n attempting, as
a government, to .wcomp.!ish it s- lely ry its own
means, thus dividing the UN.r an I exp n-c, and at
the frarr.e time en list ins the feelinzs and sriiiDathii-s
of the philanthropic in tthaif of the nntive girls,
which of it.-e'.f is a thing of great imp rticce.
It u.u-t apparent to ycur he norable boJie. that
to u.cet the eJucational wants of the nation, a much
greater amount of means is required than is now pro
vided, and that the strictest economy should be exer
cised in the use of them.
I cbere a g-I many orphan children, particu
larly in Honolulu, who are ob.iged to obtain a sup
port as best they cn, and who are of course tally
neglected, and I n-ypectfully suggest tht some lgal
provision le ma le for them. If nothing better cau
te devioi, the B-arl of Eluoaticn might be consti
tuted the legil guardians cf all such as are unprovi
ded for, with the jower to bind them out for a term
tf years to suitable person!", who may be able to sup-t-ort
and educate them for their services until of aire.
This, however, is only a suggestion.
N aintrr cf o!o"U inlsS...... 0 1
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clioi4 :n wfucti liat.ve Wrlrl tl,flU III
iTia r 1-Us 14
NiT jai:1i in mih', (iuiaonl "4
N ui:. L r o d.i- tlU'.ra in kIhmI. I jO
m:rl e?t:matel, 1J
ToCt ia a!l tLe m .-.I, 'J,'i
In ax:ordne? with Section 75' of the Civil Code,
it will be the duty cf the PtetMent of tbe Board of
lilucation to ninke a complete census as px-'f.-ible of
the entire ppui:ticn of the Kingdom, during the
prenent year, and it will be necessary to make pro
vision in the bill cf appropriations fur meeting the
expense cf tLe same.
MAKBIAUEs. BII'.TIlS AND I'KATIJs".
The fallowing is a summary cf the returns :
IarrU?n In 1.V, l.OT-i I Death in 2.104
l.iM c.xrea of dcatt in loS, it
133, 1.61.4 - ltiv, 67J
The returns of births and deaths fur the last cine
years are as fullows :
Vin. Iiirth. I-tfn. Kci of Ixath.
l-il i4ii4 !-.rl 2,:t
1-3 1 I. fil J.sJJ 9TU
Isia 1.51J s.OiW 6.J.13
1-M l.:.-l 1.4 :j ii
l-55 1.&4J 1..5 43
!.' 1.&T9 1
IsiT 1.C15 S.U17 4oJ
! 1 TM 2.104 3-4
liM l.eii -JLisl 679
The only school lands net dispx-sed cf are Kahuku,
now advertised for sale; Nanawale, a small land in
Puna, a small part cf Wahiawa, and four building
lots on Kulaokahu'i, on Ouhu. The purchasers of
tbe Waikapiti common, cn Maui, containing atout
13,170 acres, are unable to j-ay their note, which
have become due, in consequence cf which the laud
is about to revert to the Government, and will be re
sold. This common has been much injured by tbe
sand drifts from the windward side cf the island.
TUB SCHOOL FUND.
The nominal amount of IbeSfchool Fund on the .list
of March last was S 35.040 51, cf which 512,121
consisted cf notes against tbe above named purchasers
of tbe VA'aik ipu common, secured by mcrtgages on
the land, which are of no value, so that the real
amount at that date was 22,919 51 ; ?1 1,975 22 cf
this amount is in the Treasury of the Government,
and tbe balance is held in notes well secured bv mort
gages and all of the fund is drawing interest at the
rate of 12 j,er cent, per annum, e.ci ting tbe S2.CMI
before mentioned, as loaned to Mr. Andrews, without
interest, for a season, to aid him in erecting buildings
for a school for native girls.
Tbe fund w iil no doubt be increased considerably
during tbe present year by the saie of land. The re
ceipts from the sale or school lands since the close of
my last report amount to t3,CS Co. Twoold note?.
one for a balance of 817 80, the other for 291 43,
he! 1 against parties who have long since become in
solvent, have been entered to the account of profit and
Ios. In lieu cf the first, four lots on Kulaokahua
are in tKessioti of the department, being the balance
cf the j'D'perty held as security for '.ts payment. Tbe
other note was given in ISoO, and really never was
cf any value.
INTEREST AND RENT.
The account of interest and rent is herewith annex
ed, marked OP. The gross receipts on this account
during 1S58 (including a balance cf 3,933 78 on
hand on tbe first day of that year) were ,40O 19.
lniring the year l&.Vj the receipts (including a balance
on nana cn the nrst day or that year of s.il lis")
were 6,030 bl. The disburremens on this account
in le, as per account, were S.90o 91, and in IS"
they were 1.51 04, leaving a balance of 1,514 77
cn hand January 1st, 1CQ. The items appear iu the
account. The receipts ounns the ouarter ending
March 31st of this year (including the b-ilance above
named) were $4, ITS S9, and the disbursements were
1,1P4 50, leaving a balance cf 2,998 59 on hand
cn that day.
MEDIC 'ES FOR GRATUITOUS DISTRIBUTION.
The appropriation cf 8o0 for this object has all
beeri drawn and expended excepting 551 CL'-J, in
furnishing medicines for tbe pKr in remote parts of
tbe Islands. None have been sent to places where
there were regular physicians. I beg to suggest to
tbe Legislature that an arrangement might be made
with the Physician of the Queen's II -spital to furnish
and distribute these medicines. It would certainly
be done by him with much more intelligence than it
can be ly a non-professional man.
THE II A E HAWAII. J. FrltR, Esq., Editor.
The report of the editor, herewith enclosed marked
AK, shows that 2.UW copies of this Weekly have been
issued during the year ending March 31st last. The
F'r a.lvrrt:ui,. ............. ..
lhie fp-m vari.sis s-iurces,. .......
DUburs. menls f.r Vol. IV
Pa.J account of Vol. HI......
Paid for priutnur Vol. IV........
aalary of editor,
44 n-wstpers. ..........
44 ioculriiralfi, ............
. Oo J OO
. 476 Gl -
t iT02 25
Balance in favor of pa r,.. ........
A more economical arrangement was made with the
Director of the Government Press at the commence
ment of the fourth volume, by wb;ch the expense of
printing was reduced some 1,2U0 below what it was
in former years, and hence the improved financial
condition of the paper, as above stated, which has
enabled the Board f Education to pay the editor a
small salary of 5u0 a year for his constant labor,
and still have a small surplus. This will be expend
ed in procuring cuts for the greater improvement of
the paper, which the editor will purchase during his
tcmpsjrary absence. The paper is temporarily in
charge of i. C Armstrong, acting Clerk of tbe De
partment, until Mr. Fuller returns. The prospect
now is that the number of subscribers for Vol. IV wiil
increase to 2CIAJ at least, which is a good indication
of the popularity of this small weekly, and of the
thirst cf the people for knowledge. The entire Civil
Code l.as been published in its columns, and is thus
placet in the hands cf its subscribers at a very tri
The receipts ar.d disbursements on account of the
school-tax for ls$ and lJvCiy are embraced in the an
nexed tables marked 1 P, 21, as before stated. The
returns in the office are not sufficiently complete to
enable me to present you an account of them for the
first quart r of the present civil year.
A summary of the receipts and disbursements un
der the appropriations lor ISoS and 1S5 is herewith
annexed marked NK.
In conclusion. I t ike the liberty respectfully to call
the attention of the Legislature to the fact that no
provision whatever is mode by the (lovernment for
the itistru' ti- n, tiiht r secular or religious, of our pri
soners. The number i: the State Prison at Honolulu
is not far from one hundred on an average the year
round, and although charitable persons occasionally
visit them with a view to their spiritual welfare, it
appear to m4 something more than this is iietiespary.
Cbapliins tr teachers' are p rovided by ether Christian
Governments for their pri- ns; it used to be done
here, and it appears to me the firmer practice ought
to be resumed. "A worl to the wi-e is sufijeient."
God savx the Kino
PreiiJent of the Board of Elucation.
Book and Job Print ini:.
rpHK (OMMERdth . I VKRTISKR EH-
' - TAISLIslIMENT r-cviiily a ! lr.l Uj iu jupply of ujl
; chln'ry, on f Rt";iL' IMI'im'KD OiMBlXATIO.N
j 1'KIVTIX'j I'KKvij, caj.-tMe r.f printing one tVuanJ h-n ts
1 -r hour. i!e.nl tr sia.iil of ar.y kliiJ, but more tx
i T-.SsIy 1-jt
1 which can nt w U- executeil ia a tyle of u.-.jurji'J
, gucv ari.l auty, on U.e f.nt-jt i f paj-er, aii-I at lwrr price
I than the arne ran be pr-icurM at san Franeiscu or anywhere eUe
in ttii uxu.
I Tbe oicc U al u.plir.l wilb of the clet n.u-J
I capable of j.riutix.g cirl W!ih a b-rauty U rlrru.ir on jrfi-ction,
! which txc.tr-l lb uiMjualifieil aJniiration and amazement of
, txth their Iuijwrri.il ll:!ilirsr the Japanese Arat-a.iji.1
j darib? th-ir visit hen? in .M.vrch In.-t, who cn.l. c-o Jt-1 to niin
j uily examine iu oj-mtwn, an t cnn.artd'-d their artists to
; take lrb-s of this an-i nir ocl.er (mxxrs for the infumatioD
of the Koij-iTr of Jan.
r'.r U-.jk-work. PaciphleU, Tricti, Xewapapen, etc., etc., we
j are also furnished with one of
Adams Imperial Cook Presses,
i on whicb lL world-n.nuwmil hirptr'n Illuminated Pictorial
j Biblt was printed, and whieh is caoable of doing the finest
printing known. In this branch -f "ur lusines we are prepanxl
i to execute a '.I w.,rk whirh uiy be offt-reil, iu Hawaiian, Eng-
lish, or any other lanvu.iir, on the lowrst tr-nna.
j For all otiVr kin.!s of work, ordinary and extraordinary,
; from the smalle-t .lruiit' Lit- ls to the most lengthy Stat ap
; rf-nln.-es that may k iuut from the portf .iio of the Foreiin
J!lice,we hnvethe fulie-t and most coui.U-t assirtxneiitif Fnnu
: inf .Materia! ever cu'iected in this kinirdom, and the best work
men to be funl anywhere in the PaciCc Ocean.
To be bri- f, bale r--eently at considerable expanse,
over City varieties of new typ- to our already exu nsive coiit-c.
tion, an X a Ltre assortm'Ut of plain and f.incy weddin bu.-i-nes,
ball an t oth-r cards and n.Ae papers, with choice cap ,
bill-head, . :t-r and other paters, of all sixm and colors, Urc
and small, and ant thus pn-panM, at Uie shortest notice and on
the lowe-t terms, to print any thins and everything that may t
lllLLKTs OF ALL KIXI3,
ClRCl'LAKs OF r.VEUY IESCRIPTION,
SHIP AND SCHOONER POSTERS,
PAMPHLETS AND HOOKS,
BY-LAWS AND CONSTITUTIONS,
ENVELOPE LETTER ADDRESSES,
205-tf LEGAL AND OTHER BLANKS.
Ex ki FRAMES IML3IER."
AND OTIIKU LATE AltltlVALS,
CORNER MERCHANT & FORT STREETS,
T1IK IIKST SKLKCTKI) STOCK OF
HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SI'OES.
j CcntIciiieii?M l'liriiiliiia fooN
J EVER IMPORTED l.VTO TIMS MARKET,
I Which will be n.'pl-nis!ied by every arrival from San Francisco,
I as the warns -f the tnule n'juire.
T! iiiESEc;ofns auk allsklectei) uv
fne of the linn, now in San Frutictseo. with a perfect knowl
J lpe of the wanes of the Ilonoliiln puMie ami the wbaliin; tleet,
and harm-,' Iwi. .iin ii.i--il at LOW H'H RKS, will lie rold at
' much LOWER RATKS than have ruli.l in this market in pa-t
years. itiieus an.l Siraoers are lesjMi'tfullv invited to call
and Tor themelves. A. S. A: M. S. (iltlNIIAt'M.
i lS'im Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
Just received per Syren and
OTHER LATE ARRIVALS !
Crackers and Iticnits.
)OSTOV WATER CRAC KERS,
Boston butter crackers.
Doston oyter crickt rs,
Doston milk cracker.
Doston wider bread,
Bosbm pincer sn.ips,
S. F. w t-r cmckers,
Ai-.ru-d English biscuit.
44 pie fruita.
American pie fruits,
44 pickles, pints and quarts
44 Durham mustard,
" Lea & Petri !is sauces
Fr-sh apples, in grass and tins,
i'ral birry jnci,
Peacb-ti in syrup,
Qain.-ts 44 44
Pears " 44
Fn tli peaches.
True eiaon syrup.
Oysters, in 1 and 2 fti tins,
Lobntcis. in 1 and 2 lb 44
CUuui. in 2 t bus,
Sardints, in I and 1 tb tins
Salmon, in 2 th tins,
Curry p- wder,
t'Lirke's ei.ra starch,
t'sweifo 44 44
Orouti I !pi-s,
M bite spic-s,
1 round fuller.
Itotion f uirarun-d hams.
Kit toi tuts and sounds,
Fr-h trirl. in tins.
Half an ! quarter barrels mess pork
California cream cheese,
Oregon smoked bacon.
Currants, in jars.
Rai:r.s, in i boxes.
Citri.n. rar.-e and lemon peel.
Sift ih-11 almonds.
I.iirht brown sujrar,
Fresh Hawaiian fiucr,
44 wheat meal,
44 corn meal,
Sj lit peas.
VV'h.te l-e per.
Ci ler viiH-cir,
Pandwicli Island syrnp. F'-r tale cheap by
197-3rn . SAVIDGE.
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, F rt street
f. THE C .MEIISI XED. DESIRING TO
retire trom business, offr to sell nut his entire estab
i-J li-linie.it on very f;tvortbe terms. The central an.I
convenient situation of the paci us preuiis s are well kiwvn.
and als-J the rrsp.-jcni'de paironaire the h-.tel hasenjoytfl durine
i the iast twev years. The inwntory is complete and will re-
' quire but l':tle renovation. T!:e !- i- of the preni-is also re.
J tnewable und-. r rav. ra' b terms. F"r f.irrher particular'', apply
to (212 In.') ll T"R e HANCEREL.
JET o Sale
LY THE UNDERSIGNED.
The Cargoes of the Britiu Harks
And " KATHLEEN,"
Blue cottoti. wh.te c-tbitis. su;r.ne white cottoos,
assorted prinia. two blue pn:it. Turkey re-1 and
yellow prcu, pia:n Turkey red c Hu cir.g
hams. French lawns, moleskins, bniliaiitcs.
plain and fancy .l:s, ict'na iawns,
furniture prints, o-uoa sheeting.
Cotton hai.dkerrL.ivfs. pnr.tvj
C A M B K I C
deCICiS. nllH2 h.
cioji umbrellas, si.k
urnbrr-llas. sewing cxtou. blue
and scarn-t s-rje -hirts. f.'. -i jackets,
alpaca cits. m-s uibv netunr, linen tloue.
Bel ticks, while blue and rid biankets, railway wrappers.
men:i'-s. alpacas, plain and t.gureti, suj-ertme and common
clhs. la li-j' traw Uu-, brwrrf n half h -s. s. wi::r siik,
men's felt hats. sUk handkerchiefs, sup-rfirie twce.1 tr usenngs,
s hepl.t rl's pUi l. blue t oci flannel, plain Mue flannel, whr.e
fiaiinel, rev w-,len wrpl-rs. uivii's w len hose, cotton under
shirta, c.tuu trjucr.:i.'s, pni.u-i niualins, ic, Kc , Jtc, ic.
Bundles r.un.1 irn, a-td, fiat ' ar irrn. asstd,
Spaiies, hov U. ti.es. cp-sscut u. hand do,
Ten-r saws. asyrtel lcks. knives and for&s.
K. M. sp..ns, sc:s-.rs, corkscrews, puted spurs.
Butchers steels, carpel. ters" adie.
Cast inju pots, asstd sizes, coopers' anvils.
Iron hardies. ft loiiir. in 4 upright and 4 hociiontal bars,
l-'oi'l-rs' rivet:, braa butt hinges, plane irons.
Cut ua Us, asstd siz-s, metal brace buttons.
Tarred rope, asstd !z-s, Manila n j-e. bolt rope,
Whalelme. ratline, spunyarn. assorted paints,
Haninro lines. r.ile.l linseed oil, spirit of turpentine,
Pad cauvas. asstd, barr-ls snsrkholm tar.
Barrels pitch, ship scrapers, e ing palms.
Bees w.,x. sand pajer, chain h ks.
Iron and brass s'rews. caulkini; inns.
Kedpaths patent pomps, with Cy wheel,
Caws sheatniaj oper. 14 tft GO or..
Casks composition n t.ls, aiS"r.etl sues.
Cases Ent'li-h bac.n, do d- h:cns, cs Cheshire cheese,
Cases pie fruit, jellies and jams, asstd.
Candied oran.'e and citron peel, cases pickles.
Sauces, white wine viie-gar, mustard, caiiers.
Preserved meats arid vegetables, cases maccaroni,
Veruiicelli, tapioca, Sai;o, cloves, cayenne jh pper.
Ground black pepper, cases patent Croats.
5'atent barley, .-oU h tineal, almonds, saleratus,
(' sardines, in half and quarter tins, salad oil,
Mulagalawr.y pste, stearine candies.
Yellow Soap, moltle-J s-ap.
Castes Ge'ieva. oi l T .m Gin, Sctch Whisky, Brown Cognac
Pale Cognac, Pale Sherry, Fine Old Port, Claret,
BOTTLED ALE AND PuRTER,
Hhds Salts Ale, hhds. Yuuncer's Ale.
Whit'? saltwater tap, ierfuuiery, fa.ac jewelrv,
Engli-h s tddl. s,
Crates assorted earthenware.
Hams and bacon.
Iron pots, tin plates,
Cro'v bars, fencing wire.
Small chain, LiverjHjol salt,
English boiled oil.
FUG AR PANS AND COOLERS,
Hoop iron, 1 case superior assorted English cutlery,
FIFTY TONS RICE, in 100-Ib bats.
Received ir bark SEA N V M P II. from London,
MARZETTI'S ALE AND PORTER,
And per bark GOMELZA. from London, an assortment
of ENGLISH GROCERIES.
And by the first conveyance from England after the HUM
PHREY NELSON, for which, vessel they were too late, a beau
tiful assortment of ENGLISH PRINTS, including pink and
yellows, and other choice styles.
XT The designs of th-se prints, as well as of those received
per "Humphrey Xelson," are entirely sew, and not copied or
borrowed from the old desiims of imjiorlations by other houses.
100-tf " J ANION. GREEN & CO.
JUST A. R 1UVED!
PER CLIPPER T.ARK
JtSL jL7 !KC T "n 3EE5 INT ,
a splexdid assortment of new
selected expressly for this market, and for
sale bv the undersigned,
Consisting in part of
Beautiful New Styles of Prii.U,
Victoria Lawns, -
Marine White Sa,
42 inch Baggins,
Beer and Porter,
Fencing Vir, -And
a (rnrat v;
XT Samples of Prints, :
Store of the undersiiieil.
riety of Enplish Goods.
i.d other GiKxls, cau be seen at the
JANIOX, GREEN if CO.
JUST R ! C K 1 V E D !
BY EXPRESS FROM
TNT 3EJ W iT O n 151 .
Clipper Bark "Yankee !"
A NO TIIER I.ATE ARRIVALS Sl'I'E-
M. ri'T while tarltin emhroulervd collars, ruches.
Chenille nets and bend dreses, opera h'x!s,
Clouds, eb jiitit ribbons, li nnet-', new tye ;
Bonnet fratn- s, up-rior EnL'b-h crap-, white do,
French flowers, mourning do, lace veils, M'wn;ers,
Black mantillt luce. stted lace, ridiM; hats,
Black elv- ts, It?- drescs, .plni il...
Tins. 1 and black railroad ennuis, tirel w 1,
Pattero f r same, worso-d neelles, children's hatfc
rirandie muslins. daniHsk table linen, toweling,
Sujeri"r bird's eye iliaj r, piano cov. rs.
Table covers, ladies' radians, silk bindings,
iaila crrnl variety f Cloth Tor Grnllruira
nutl ItoyM C lothing.
For tale by (J0T-3m) H. PIMOND 4 SON.
OK WHALES II IPS A NO OTHER VES
SEI.S. WikI of sii rior iiuality can Is? had at Koloa at
6 ier cord ; frenh beef at 4 cents tier lb ; sheep, at $3 -erhead,
aud p'ats at $1 J head. Also, fruits and vegetables of various
kinds can lie procured at lh above nau.ed -'rt.
XT Wonl always on hantl at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. o4-tfJ G EoRG E CHARM AN.
At A. V. Cart vvriht's Fceil -Store.
FK ESI I HIC'KWIIEAT FLOIR. IN 23
lb. sacks j jst receive! er 44 Vanki-e," aixi for sale at th
20S-2ro Furt street, near Hotel street.
irvRESH CALIFORNIA HOMONY
K. put up for family use iu IU lb. sacks
For sale at the
near Hot-1 street.
R VE FLOI'R A NO
M. MEAL, put up f.jr family use in 10 lb. sacks. F'.r s ile at
F'rt street, neiir Hotel street.
THRESH CALIFORNIA FA R I NA. PIT CP
. fjr f uuilv use in 10 lb. sacks. For sale at the
-in Fort street, near H"tel street.
CIRESH CALIFORNIA RICE FLOCR-
ut up for family ue ia 10 H. sacks. For sale at the
20s-2m F rt street, near Hotel street.
FRESH CORN ANI
'Jo lb. sacks. Fur sale at th
WHEAT MEAL. IN
the FEED sTt'KE.
Fort street, near H otel stre.-t.
M I L L ET A N D G A R I E V S E V DS
V-'F.r sale at the
1 EED STORE.
Fort street, near Hotel street.
FRESH CALIFORNIA BODEGA" POTA
t.jes aud Tomtiei seed sweet piLato-8 for sale at the
20-2m F'rt stiet, near Hotel str )et
HRKSII CALIFORNIA WHITE BEANS
L ar.d Bay os, received pir
Comet f r sal" at the
Fort street, near Hotel stree
AND GALLON EMPTV
gs, suiUible :'or sugar. F r sale hy
C. BREWER & CO.
LARGE ASSORTMENT PER LATE
arrivals. Cnutitrv orders respectfully solicited. For sale
(ill-l'l") C. BREWER k CO.
OX YOKES. IRON
trees an 1 Chains. For
i.e t y
Half bbls do, half bbls mackerel, k:
F r sale by (-ll-l i)
:s tonu and sounds.
C. BREWER r CO.
BARRELS FOR SALE BY
C. BREVt ER A: CO.
EXPECTING TO RETURN TO THIS
kimrdnm by the Is: of nctikr ncit, I r ave apoir.ted
.Mr. A. Unua to act fur me ui-UlT IVwvr of Attorney durinir my
thence. CHARLES LAKE,
ah.iu.a. Aptrl iil. vs. -o3 5ni
Shipping: and Commission .Merchant,
IIONOLl'Lr. OAIIU, II. I.,
OFFERS FOR FOR SALE. AT THE LOW
EST MARKET KATES, the fwlowi-. asorLa.eni of mer
White Linen Handkerchief?,
Blue Flannel Smus,
Ladies' Riding Gaat.tleu,
Fntaarita Cast, rs.
Whiu Water lVtKs.
Sets Crsrkery Ware,
Crntos Croclioi-y XV.xo,
Bay Suite Lanterns, ti xcs Glass,
l'sols in Xovrw.
Drle.1 Apples, Chit.a Ka-e. Can4:na Rice,
COFFEE FROM TITCOMB'S PLANTATION.
E x I r I'riiue PurU.
LOAF SUGAR. CRUSHED SUGAR, NAVY BREAD, HAMS
.MAPS OF T1IK I'NITF. I STATES.
Pocket Knives. Jack Knives, bars Shot, boxes Noejies, Silver'd
Bitts, Measuring Tap.-s,
SOLAR LAMP CHIMNEYS, Do. LAMP WICKS, No. 1 k 2.
Rolls House I'aper.
Irsu Ilrdatrad,, One C it bin Table.
Large Comi;isses, Copper Pumps, Boat Compasses, Door Mats.
FAIRBANK'S PLATFORM SCALES,
44 COUNTER 44
Lewis & Brother's pure White Lead,
Pacific Co. Extra White Lead.
Keg's Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint,
Cuds Lewis & Brother's Phil, pure Zinc Paint.
T p Siils.
ANCHORS aSD CHAINS.
One sup. Patent Force Pump, I
Baltimore Cane-seat Chairs,
Assorted Shelf Hardware.
Brand's Whaling Guns,
One Brown's Whaling Gun and Irons, one set iron strap
Cutting Blocks, with chain pendant. Mim-ing Machines, Boat
Anchors, Iron RowUickA, superior New Bedford Whaleboats.
OIL CASKS AND SIIOOKS.
t "coper's Rivets,
Oak Plunk, H, and 1 j inch.
Larue nasorlni't Maaila and Hemp Cordage.
Cut tin it Falls,
Composition Sheathing Nails,
Composition Coppering Nails,
Kegs Cut Nails.
SALTS BURTON ALE,
(uarts and pints,
BALES CURLED HAIR,
quarts and pints,
FETLEY'S ALE, pints.
Indian Vegetable Bitters,
White Straw Hats,
Brown Straw Hats.
Drab Straw Hats.
A SMALL INVOICK OF
SUPERIOR STEEL EXG RAVINGS.
207 -tf &c, &c, fcc.
OX SALE. BV RECENT ARRIVALS, THE
following choice assortment of Groceries, at the store of the
Rasplerry j m.
Ground black l!'Per,
v hole ilo
&e., tc, Afcc, Ground gineer.
S. C soda
Fresh currants, in tins.
M ince meats,
Tins water crackers.
Tins suirar crackers.
Tins soda crackers,
Tins butter crackers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins wine crackers.
English pie fruits.
English sauces, English mustarl.
French mustard. Smoked bams
Smoked herrings. Green com,
Best Oolong tea. Hops,
Crushed and loaf suirar. Soap, Ac.
N. B Fresh Island butter and ground coffee alwavs or. hand.
197-ly H. McINTYRE.
SEN BOILED OIL.
ases spirits turpentine,
Kegs white lead,
Cases black paint.
Cases imi-erial green,
Cases chp'me yellow,
Cases Celestial blue.
Case copal varnish.
Cases briirht varnish.
Keg, French zinc.
Kegs French yellow,
Kegs ret lead.
Kegs Venetian red.
Syren" for sale by C. BREW ER & CO.,
SCO A RS.
HALF RRLS. E. BOSTON So. 1 CRCSII
Half bbls. Eitst Boston Granulatitl Sugar.
Boxes Loaf Sugar. F'or sale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
I'j7-tf Market Wharf.
-g LIGHT WAGOX IN
M. dor. ib,
1 Ox Cart, strongly ironed throughout. Just received per
' Svren" for sale by C. BREW ER A: CO.,
t tii RARRELS OIL SIIOOKS for sale by
1 f fW C. BREW ER .v. Co.,
196-tf Market Wharf.
YELLOW METAL.COMPOSITION NAILS.
ASES V E L LO W M ET A L, assoru-d sues -
30 boxes coiuicsition nails;
50 keg do
Fur sale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
E EXTRA LIGHT FANCY SI LKIES
JL for sale by
C. BREWER CO.,
OAK PLANK, Jkc.
Hard Pine Plank,
Spruce Deck Plank.
lard Pine Rails.
For sale by C. BREWER CO.,
Suyar and 3IoIases,
THE BREWER PLANTATION
by C. BREW ER a: Co.
Stones, for sale by
SPRUCE POLES. FLAG
C. BREWER & Co.,
flASES ENAMELED CLOTH,
Harness and K
t hildren s t abs.
Children's Carriasres, various patterns.
For ale by C. BREWER CO.,
Ii7-tf Market Wharf.
f1Kl).R AND OA K BOATS OF VARIOUS
siz-s, expressly selected for the Ojasting trade. Just rt-
ceived per "Syren" for sal by
C. BREWER CO.,
Ka 'lin. 10 br!s of each,
(131-tf) C. BREWER A CO.
F'-r s-ile by
PIANOFORTE FOR SALE !
1 FANCY CASE, 7 OCTAVES
PIANO, manufactured hy Hallet A Cumston.
For sale by
211-11 C. BREWER & CO.
AND SINGLE REED. MA XI".
MW facture.1 by S. D. is II. W". smith
F' -r sale bv
C. BREWER & CO.
1 fi R A RRELSTU RKS I SI.
? D SALT.
M. U For sale by (211-loj
BREW ER 6r CO.
KECS EXTRA i'OWDER
sale by (211-lo C
BREWER A; Co.
.lOR SALE BY
C. BREWER & CO.
CASKS, a.ss .rte-1 size?, fr.r--.Wv
1'7-if C. BREWER & Co.. Mnr'ket Wharf.
C. BREWER &,
. , kiU OWING
FER OR .ibb 1 "
io,les Manchester denims.
Cases blue drilling.
Hales blue sheeiiuu.
Case hickory shirts.
Bali's -J-bushel bags.
.Hales Jewttt C'ty .feuims,
lliles P. R- denims,
;t'a-es del im pants.
Shoe aud Leather.
Baies t uriaps.
Men's peSed evil bro-rsns.
Men's caif Oxt rd tis.
Men's ennameieil brojrans,
Men's thick bo...
Russet I ridic leather
. i Cafes tomato ketchup,
fins exxra corn meaL. 1 ! ZZ
Tin. 1-In. WIT fl.mr.
Half U ls crushed sugar.
Barrels extra vinegar.
Boxes S. W. soap.
Case salad cream.
Biston Bs-autv. .. T, S ainl 9.
ilocic Treasure, Nos. 7 aud ,
IVrft Treasure. o.
Tbe above favorite brands are compleU-, with hollow ware, Ac
Naval Stores, Paints, Ac.
Barrels cotton twine, M ineral reil,
k,.., Black varnish.
Sheet EST ' Case spirits annUne.
Sail needles, Cases boded oil.
Iron shovels. Bars refined iron,
Wo.xl-haiidled ikers, Norway sbaeH
Charcoal irons, Sheet lead.
Axe handles, Shet iuc,
Handel axes. Brass-wire seive.
Wrought spikes. Casks cut nails.
Iron rivet. Clinch nails.
Cast-steel shovels, C. . ladc,
Cases tobacco. Casks coal. Horse cart.
Solar chimneys. Oil-cask shocks. Bale corks.
Keg shook J and heads.
Coils Am. seiting.
Coils Russia ratline.
Coils Russia bolt rop
One Tilbury Jumper,
Provisions ex " Syren "
C. BREWER 8c CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
je rovisio xj. ,
SELECTED EXPRlSLY FOR THIS MARKET :
BARRELS EXTRA PRIME PORK,
ItAKUELS MUSS POKK,
BAKMF.LS EXTRA MESS BEEF,
CASKS SITERIOR FLOUR,
CASKS NEW BEDFORD BREAD,
CASKS BOSTON NAVV BREAD.
CASKS BOSTON PILOT BREAD,
19G-tf 100 BARRELS HAXALL FLOUR
Old Yellow Metal.
kct rates, by
AT THE IIIGHE.sT MAR-
C. BREWER A: CO.,
Just received per " Syren !"
.Double and singj
. Irge size.
. Ransome's atent.
Painted and varnishel.
t or sale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
166-tf Market Wharf.
Provisions e " Syren !''
RREWER St CO. OFFER FOR SALE
the following provisions, Btircttd rxjireitty tor tkit
Barrels extra prime pork.
Barrels mess irk,
Barrels extra mess beef,
Casks sujierior flour.
Casks New Bedford bread.
Casks Boston navy bread.
Casks Boston pilot bread,
100-tf 100 barrels Haxall flour.
ST RECEIVED PER SVREN, from Boston.
Velvet do, enameled bag,
Doric do, tapestry do.
Wool mats, do rt.gs.
Velvet do, Manila mats.
Table baize, stair covering,
Do. carriages, diQVrent patterns.
For sale by C. BREWER & CO.,
Ia7-tf Market Wharf.
-g AH ROLLS TO ARRIVE PER SVREN
US TO ARRI1
i by C
M .J W tor sale by
BREWER i CO.,
M A XI LA CORDAGE.
6?L CO I LS, assorted siz-"S, male to oiter, for sale
J J by C. BREWER CO..
DAILY KXPKCTEI) r
rflO ARRIVE PER
3 SI PERIoR PIANOFORTES, from the Manufactory of
of Hallet 4r Cumston. F'or sale .y
C BREWER 4- CO.,
l9'-tf Market Wharf,
BUNDLES NEW ItEOFORD IIOOP1ROX,
Keg Rivets, just received and for sale bv
C. BREWER & CO.,
l-"-r Market Wharf.
5 1-4 CUTTING FALLS, fur sale by
C. BREWER Jt Co.,
OAK BOATS. vVc.
VESTS OF OAK BOATS for sale bv
BREWER tc CO.,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CHOI
patterns and borders, lot sale by
C. BREWER fc CO.,
COOPERS' PUNCHING M ACHINES.
CiOOPERS- PUNCHING MACHINES,
Coopers' Truss Ilws. Forsnlebv
C. BREWER A Co.,
BARRELS SUPERIOR PILOT BREAD,
Casks superior pilot breal. lor fair by
C. BREWER fc
1 I l I
f ICillT AM) HEAVY
mA K" ki-ort Cotton D
For saie bv
BREWER & t o., Market Wharf.
w LANCE POLES.
-."-t, lt- tor sale hy
C. BREWER A CO.,
For Family rc !
HALF BARRELS C LEAR PORK, quarterdo.
do. do. just receded per "Syren," and for sale by
C. BREWER CO.,
New Bedford Whale Boats
n0T70I WhaI" ,'t- tol' do, lap
streak do received rr Syren, and for sale by
C. BREWER A CO.,
II ALE LINE
F'or sale by
C. BREWER k CO.,
? uiiciiiiii mi.iis
L'ST RECEIVED rr ship Syren." and for sale by
v.. uwr... r.ik s i ...
BALES GUNNIES FOR SLE
C BREWER & CO
A "'KW CASES OF A GOOD ARTICLE
a., jilit received -r "Syren." F.- sal. bv
C. BREWER 4 CO.,
OILER AND SHEET IRON, f rs ale by
v. a rv r. r. rv s uj.,
, 'f!SK (in 5 nd 10 Pa'lon cans) of best qualitvvar
C A. H. p. POOR.
OFFER FoR SAL; THE FoLLoV. INo y,, .
ARRIVED Pl.u 'J-JlfT
"SYRKX !" PKOM BOSTON,
HE A 1
BROWN MIEN'S UoUlKl
Heay Ami-skeaZ d llimS,
Nesu of truiikt,
Heavy eiwle denims.
Oil cbh carpcti' tr,
ae corn meal,
! I XTlll.ll t . ' '
Grey, blue and scarlet flannel Eetuou svrcD
Cases reflnej lard,
Cru.hed sugar in half bl.s.
Sal:e.l herrings In half w.j,
Lorenin4 snd cwnlj-,
SjIi water ,ep,
Whiting in half barrels, boiled Ii.is.x-d oil
Pure white lead, bale flax frine, '
Ash oars. In, 17 and IS feet lone.
Doors aud window sashes, assorted sIl4.
A I arse acsortment of Roots and Sh
Consisting as follows
Men' thick boots. Men's kin bnrvta
Mcu' glove top Congress gait- Children's and youth's
1 " vtj , aSStsl. (
Men's opera Congress gaiters, 1 raiters
Men's stepped 44 44 Men's kip brooms
Men' black cloth, patent tip Men's calf 44
Congress gaiters. Men's welt calf
Men's calf fts, Men'i Inimpujlrraih
Youth's kip and calf brogans, r oronM
Ladies' glove kid slippers.
Ladies' cloth kid slippers.
Men's metallic" ruMs-r boots,
Men' metallic sandals.
Men's metallic overshoes,
Men's calf welt long boou.
Women's metallic sandii.
n omen's mctallie 1,1.1-
Ladiri Cwii... - I
SUGAR AjND MOLASSES
KOLOA I I j A A TAT I OX !
cnop 1000 :
IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT
FOR SALE BV
n. n ACKFI'I.D 4 CO
TMIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD IIEREB1
gi e nKiee to bis customers, and the public itetierallv. ts
he is prepare.! to sell every description of North West llLLtt;
quantity, or by small lots, as cheap or cheajier than ary a.
person iu the market. In other wurds, he wants to spU. k.
won't be beaten. (191-tf) C. H. LEHKEs
Lumber, sninies and l!apboard,
A. i i 1 O i t F E KT x-w 11 M w
mr WWWmlW.J o.nsisting of rough aud
B.ir.ls. and Scantling of all s:zes,
lOO.tKs) thingles, sawed, shaved cedar and Eastern,
Pine Clapboards, 4, 6 and 12 feet long,
Spruce do, 4 and 8 feet long,
Red wood Clapboards. 6, 12, 14 aud 16 feet long,
White oak, 1, 1 and 2 inches,
Sheathing, f , J and i inch.
Flooring Northwest, spruce, yellow pine, white pine, e.
And all kinds of building Materials wiiuted in this murk,
133-tf F'or sale at lowest rate by C. 11. l.tWtkJ
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds,
O rn DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
tJ mouldings and misel panel.
bO Sash lHjors, anorusl sixes.
3)10 pair Window Mish. assorted sizes.
250 pair Blinds, with and without swivels, ass d tits.
Selected expressly for this market, and fir sale low by
l-l'-tf GEORGE U. IIbWE
riMI E UNDERSIGN ED OFFERS FOR SALI
M- his well aortel sUM'k of
NOKTII A VEST LU311JER,
A A T I I A ii
At tlsrrr cents n fool, by whoK-sale or retiil. Also, t
well assorted stock of other
Building 31aterials at Reduced Rales.
192-tf C. II. LEWEKi
AND FOR SALE BV
fn If rKET ONE INCH BOARDS.
J J J V l 1 o.OOO feet 1 inch boards,
Wt'ftMr ICTV A 1UCI1 liai10
1 5.UOO feet T. aud G. boards,
1 O.OOO feet 3 inch battens.
IO.OOO feet 23 inch scantling,
1 O.OOO & feet picket.
200.000 feet assorted scantling,
1 50.000 red wood shingles,
1 inch pine boards, red wood siding,
Donr. window sash and blinds.
X- F. Quick sale and small profits.
tyg M SHAVED WHITE EASTER
W V.r shingles, warranted to cover loO sonars fcet
A new lot of the favorite Cottage siding h-rds.
Pine claplmards, 12 feet long and 7 iucu.s wide extra tlyd
A small lot of panelled Ceiling hoards, j inch, a newod rcrj
Wilb 11 u nwortmrnl ofwhilrnnd rol'd pai'
Dy-tf For sale by C. II. LEWEB?
DOOIIS, WINDOW SASH, 1ILIMS.
IX LATE ARRIVALS
-i 450 IViors, ai sizes and kinds.
20 Window Sash, all kinds,
lis) pair Blinds, all size..
12 Glass lK.r and Blin.is. etc.. comp!t.
For sale at Uie lowest market prices, by
I'.-tf c. II LEWFR5-
Fresh .Molokai Butler!
m Ells' DAIRY ! 2
Krgulnrlf rrrriveil and raii.lniiilr for ! fc'
liS-6in J. STEWARD, Gr.sT. IIo;el street.
MAN L'FACTl'R EI) AT THE
V 11 U I. O A S
riMIEUNDERSIOXFIi lj he mv
TO FI B
M. nish to Butchers and Packers, in the lr--cst i.usntitii".
very superior article, Eol'AL T' ) THE BEST IMlvKltH
SA LT. and at a price to DrTy ( nnipi-liiian ! K'terB
apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERY.
y,f Puuloa Salt
From Xew York, via San FranfifO.
A XI) FOR SALE II V THE UNDF.KMG.v
ei.orieof the 1 I nICl.T hm.I
ments of Ijulie,' an,i Oentlemen's
iniiorted into the market.
200-ru For s;ile Cheap, at
A. S. CLEGIIORS'S-.
The lit ruliaiH4 .llanual !
C CONTAINING THE TARIFF OF IS39-"1';
J t"usl.im-Ilruis Utrn.-Ln. m..i rv.nu, TivaU'
France, Entrlan.1, I'nited Stales. Ih-nmark and Bremen, tff
with an attract of the Harls.r Herniations f r the Portal 'jD"
lulu and other Ports of these Islands. Price, 25 reels. W"
forwarded by mail on the rvceir.t of the price, for n' K
jJi2-3rn 11. m. wnrrNtv
c children's alphabet toy block
J of vanous sizes, for sals by
SUPKItlOR CLOTH LINED RUGGlEs!
THREE VERY EXTRA FIN
ed, received tr bark 44 Washington All
for telle by (A'l-q) J. C. SPALD-
-Makiki Family School.
NEW BUILDING HAS BEEN EBECTkO
ami furnished from the money and article ctmtribotw '
-si.lents of Honolulu, so that l..m fifte. n out.ils, in "
lion to th.-e alre.-v) v jn the school aU.ve named, can now v
Girls of from five to eight years of age, and those
probably be kept in the school until their education is cmp
win nave the preference.
The moral an.I .,l.e.i..i .v.. nn-.i tnining l"
pupils, will be attend t-i. To make them intelliL'ent h
keepers, and give them habits of industry and usefulness,
be the constant aim ..r their instructors. , g.
Miss Ogden, the principal, has had long exi-ericnce. and "
sual success as a teacher of Hawaiian Girls ; and the T"V7 j
of this school have great pleasure in assuring parents and F 1
dians, Uiat children confided to her
will ie in w" - T
Terms. Three dollars x-r week, for hoard and tuition.
F'or further information .,1.-.. ,.1.1. ,.r muter will
Ogden. By order of the Trustees.
CH AS. R. BISHOP, ficrrtaT
Honolulu, May 25, Wa. (210-lni)