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NORTH PACIFIC WHALEMEN'S LIST.
Fall Season, 1861.
Yesa-h X i mm.
k T -
AlilokJ ; Fail AWMl'f
Ysyaye. j hrt-
?p Kb rp ' Wh bob
iLtt, tk BfH
. Lk Xordsrea
arastwhW Brow moo
Jhrlkr, but Brow a
Mmu tuii rth
Catherine ' Hempstead
C. VT. Morgaa flaaaittoa
Cmo, bk .41nmwii
Cosset (OUm.) WiKVbn
Carals k iinom -
Cr 2J atnuibarf
Heetrar ' trrra
Assily Sturgaa Wtuteatde
' 'ii ' - '
Yahiaa Smith "
Fanary, bark - Barea
On. feat ' ' J naming
Ura. Fikw Fasher
liraeral reste Lopes
Ufut btm Fb
6ratitadw - Daris
Hea. atneeiand j Kk tly
1V ! B Arctic
!SJ C 8 OcU'k ;
li-T V U ArcUc
I I ! :
l ? B Antic ....
1947 a II 5 Z'fcl 14u0
1 Hooo Och'k ....
IS X 1 'Arctic
2i Sji 4XiO, Arruff Honolulu Nor 11 ; si'd li'.h f Line k Arctic
.... Mi Art at Honolulu Oct 24 -, si'd Nv 1 tor X 'L k botse
100 Sou ououi Arr at Honolulu Na-lo
... Sui Sa. Arr at Hoaolula Nor J
112 CM 10w Arr at Honolulu Oct 27
M N B Or-t'k
li N B OchTt
UVt N B
ISO! N L ArtUc
l59 .1 B Och'k
IK N B Oca'k
IMt Ji B Arctic
19.9 lSrt-o Och'k
19M JI V Arctic
ISM N B Ucb'k
CuO Jjo Arr Ii.loO-t 1 ; .I'd fm II n. Not 8 for S Z A hr-tne
3UO lArrat Honolulu -t 14 ; l'd Nor 19 to cruise A tiAr
UC Ivai 17jiju Arr at II -4ula Nr
,...-1ujo loutM; Arr at 11 juulula Oct CO
10U 10 .... 400 140m Arr 11. lo Oct 20 ; ml fm Hon. Nor 12 t cr'e V lnne
100 2100 .... 3uO Umu Arr at lluuolulii Oct !, ; U J N. 11 f. N Z X Lucue
7u0 luo ' ua Ociiutk 0 t IS, Ui ItMu brU
Arr at llooolala Nor 1
' Lut S-M i. Arctic, 25 S.W. IVuit FrauWIia
...2TUO.... 0 liwM. Arr at lluuolula Xo II
............ ..... ; On toe Arctic &fl J. cU-n
Si iSO 85 3 Arr at LaLaiua Oct ;-j ; ..ff llur..luia NVr H
...2JA ... . SMlJtA) Arrat II.xmuIu Jct
.. COO baw Arr at HumJula Xuv 7
tibokrn t-i 4. 7i0 brl will wiuter in l"l'.--r Bar
V0O il .... . buo 1AAAJ, Arr at II.xulu -t 25 ; 1'J Not 5 f .r L linr k Luie
3UOU .... 6oO woo, ArrJi.lu.NoT 2i (mli-olTU. t ttucl k Uotuc
1S5 ! I.
HM N B
1S57 X B
1&54 N B
gOlOuOlSOOO'Arr Uonnlula Oct 24; nl'J 13tli r Culcua't & h aie
... I JuOliMM'Arrat Il w.lulu N.r7
j od the Ocl.uk fiet 20, with S00 brla
J02700 .... 1000 IVxiO Arr at II.lo Oct
i w uO .... 600 auoo. Arr at Honolulu ct 18 ; !'il Not 1, (c Line 4- li"ne
3oJiiJ .... 7S twool Arr at isia Franc-tw o ct 27
4O2J00 .... 14uwAjuo Arr llilo Oct 14 s 'l fat lioa N.r 13 W.l & Arc.
leVk f IMIMw
J. r. Wrai (bk)
Vartka lt 0fc)
' t '.
i54 r n
1M N B Kod k, 250
1S59 HTre tch k
It'St Bma Arctic
W N B Arctic
1H5 N B Ucb'k
154 llarre Arctic
j Oa Och'k SflA. W, with MM lrl luat b'r Trtulrr
2X1 W 200
) SO , v a
.TOO 2500' Arr Lab. Oct 16 ; il'J fm ll xi. 29th fr Cl.iW- iMJtue
70O 6ouo Arr at lluoo'la Aug 12 ; si'd uiae day f.-r cuurt Chile
2ou 15oo! Arr at lluu Ar420 ; llou. Oct 6 ; I'U 7lh tut X Zeal'd
X 14JJO, Arr at ll.olu.u Sot 7
750 Moo. Arr at HorxJuiu Nor 1
653100 160ll'A13ooo Arr at lloo-Julo Nor 3
.. 15ov clcau ' Arr at liuuulula Oct 24
1958 S B
. . . . I1'HV
1S50 N B
H5S .H B
157. J B
Och'k f I'M 1000 SO 400 5000; Arr at Ilotrtu Oct 2i ac4-I into the mercLaol terries
iajlrd OLt2l. fur C'alifuruia C4aut
' Arr at Il.twlu!u he,t 27 ilM Not 5 tut Cal. count
V50 lOiJO Arr at San t ranciaco Oct 20
80 U50 l0uv, Arr at lluoululu Nuf 7
Och'k ; U01A0O
(Arctic ijuu ,
TQ la&fl JObOO! krr mt I li-o. .Infti N.v T
... 115wU000j Arrat Laltaiua Oct 25 off llooolulu NuT 15
150 700 ....
1850 Mono Arctic ....1500
On the Uchotak A or 1. with 3 riuajck
V50 16000! Arr at fan Fnutciaeu Oct 24
. 1300 I Arr at llilu Nov
, boo 120u0. Arr at Sao raucico Oct 29
. j OntLcOchoeak Oct 10, with 750 Ula
1958 X B
1958 X B
1958 N B
1459 N B
1957 X B
' Artic .
.... - 20
.... 50u 1'jOuO, Ait al HurvJuJu Oct 27
100 600 14i00l Arr at Il'molalu Oct 21
.... 70O, 7uOu;ArrlliloOct24i I'J fm Hoc Not 13 tr WJ k Jain
4o0 (CX0 Arr at Lalwina Nor 14
25 700 8500 Arr at lionolulo Nor 1
... 5uv 7ouu: Arr at Ijiliaiua Not 8
700 boOOi Arr at Lahaina Nor 7 lluoolula the 10th
I On tbeOch-4k K-jh 20, with 700 LtU
...2WX 20O00 Arrat llilu Oct 30
... 400 CWOO, Arr at UuDolula Nor 7
Vf 40001 Arr llitn Oct 25 S !M tm IIoa X.w 19 f- W'J A Arc.
1 JOU Ifiooo. Arr at JIvw lulu Oct 21 ; al'd Nor 20 f -r Mclbouriic
1858. X B
i 1 l 1 1 i
- Ffjta the Fr-iid of Nor. 19.J
Annual Meeting of lloitululu Sailor's
The Seventh Anniversary of this Society,
was held at the Keading lioom, on Ihurs-
dav evening, the 14th inst., at 74 o'clock.
S. N. Castle, Esq., occupied the chair, and
prayer was offered by Kev. S. C. Damon.
The Keports of the Treasurer and Ex. Com.
were then read, and a vote passed for their
publication in the newspapers. An election
of six new Trustees took place, who will
hold office dunn? the next three years. The
Board of Trustees stands, as follows:
1S59 go out 15C2.
Kev. S. C Damon,
J. P. Judd, M. D.
A. JUrtlt tt,
Ilnry IlackC U,
Jas. V. Austin,
Kev. Eli Corwin.
I5G0 go out 1SC3.
11. F. Snow,
"m. L. (ireen.
E. U. Hall.
h- friends of the IIoiu?, who hive ontributl
lifjerallj fur its euj purt, that the instituUon id
still ruana"d in a manner to inert tlieir appro
bation and the jatronage of the public. Cart,
and Mrs. Oat are doing all in their power to
carry forward the Home in accordance with ita
origuutl design. The Trustees esteem themselves
Ta.'culiarly fortunate in securing their feme."!.
Notwithstanding the falling off in the large num
ber of Beamen who formerly visited Honolulu,
still the present nuniler is very considerable, and
it is hoped will always l sueli us shall call for
the maintenance oi the Home.
from the report of the Treasurer,' it npjars
that two hills are ouu-tanJicg against the iuati
tution. One of these is for repairs, and the
other for intrlucing water. The necttity of
protecting the building against accident by tire,
and for drinking purposes, will be aj jiarent to
all. It is hoppd an amount sufficient to liquidate
their bills will be raised at this annual meeting.
S. Damon. I
H. J. 11. lIOLbSWORTU, J Kt
'J. W. Avstin. - )
Win. A. Aldrich,
II. A. P. Carter,
P. V. Jones.
1959 H B
1958 X 1.
1840 .X B
1957 X B
1957 X B
1959 r n
6600. Arr at Il jooluhi 0t 24 : ilM Nor 20 V Cnl. coait
4u 60U0 Arr al lluoululu Oct 27 ; IM Nor 16 r X Z if home
t70lIOuOArratLaJuiiaOct2a; Honolulu the 25tU
16u0 20uO0 ArratH.Aotala No2 .- -
1000 15u0o, Arr at Honolulu Oct 1
. . . . cleao
Arctic I 125 1 too
Arr at IIooolu Oct 25 ; ilM Nor 8 for Chile k bne
Arr at Hon To Oct 13 ankl Into the Incrcbaiit arrricc
Arr at lloadulu Nor 7
Wrecked ou the East Shore, May 22. Ut. 68 !? X
100 1400.20000, Arr at lloiv.tuhj Oct 7
640- bOOO' Arr at Honolulu Oct 24
1358 X B
160 X B
1850 X B
1858 IIooo ...
I I ! I
.i tow fruoo
Arr Lah. Oct 25 4 il'd bu lion. Kot 12 to cr"c t borne
Arr at Honolulu Nut It)
Arr at Iiik Oct 20
Arr at Hooolula Oct 25 ; il'J Nov 6 (or N Z A bmoe
Arr at 11: to Oct 26
J. Mott .Smith,
G. M. IloU.Tt"on,
II. J. 11. Hohlswoi th.
Interesting remarks were offered by Messrs.
iioidsworth, Bartlett, and a boarder in the
Home, by the named V. G. Havens, who
testified to the pood accommodations of the
establishment, and the satisfaction he found
in enjoying the blessings of the Sailor's
Home, afterspending nineteen years of a se-
far-ing life, as rather a "wild boy." His
remarlcs were to the point, and most encour
aging to those-laboring and contributing to
sustain the institution.
The Treasurer's report showed that there
were outstanding claims atrainst the Home.
imounting to 94 42 over the balance of
unds in his hand. A contribution was taken
up, sulticient to meet all demands, and the
Home starts upon another year of usefulness!
f i .
ree ana unembarrassed with any debt.
Should any Trustees or friends of the Home,
who were not present, feel inclined to renew
their annual subscriptions or make donations,
we hope they will do so, in order to meet any
necessary expenses attending the mainte
nance of the establishment.
The following officers were elected for the
ensuing year. ,
S. N. Castle, President.
W. A. Allkicii, Vice President.
C. K. Bishop, Treasurer.
J. M. Smith, Secretary.
Js. j. Damon,
H. J. H. Holdsworth,
J. W. Austin,
To the liuorilulu Sailor" H'iuc fcocirtjr s
The urvlrriod , your Treasurer, begs to offer On A.l'owir.g
rep-rt of receipts auj dL-barseUiena from Not. 2oih, 160, tJ
Bui. cash t.a hau J at this Jate &S
Am'tcoutribuled at annual meeUng,. . 22 37
" - - Fort St. Church, Dec. 2.1. . S3 15
bethel Church, 50 S5
.-' . " 3Ielh.lUt Church ,..1150
received from Caj.t. I'. C. tawar-U, 5 00
" ' 'riJ, 1 00
" " tranter'd trrieiid Svicty,... 50 00
" " AliK'9 S. Covke, 10 OO
u " J. O. Carter. ir.eeds of
txxiks cotilributeil and (oid, 0 00
u .i 4i The Trustees of thi 3iciety, 90 00
' " Lilies' Ik-nevoleut Siety, 50 00
' -A Krietid, 1 5S
" u Net sales Cabooce at Auction, 17 S3
I ron office rs and crew of 11. M. S.
Alrrt , (per. S. C. 1.) 2S 62
" Lady J. r tuiiklm 10 oo
TO SHIPPERS or OIL AND AVIIAI.i:-
-"-r.TIIK PACiriC MA1I.STEAM-
I-fv i 1 a!.ip Co.' teaioer will, until further iivtice,
1 i.X it ""receive Oil an. I WhalvUe at Acfcpuloo, f.ir
j-T tnuisaortAtion rta Piiam hr Panxma Rail
rna.l tA At):hw11. a A thence uilicg vnrl to New York,
ut the ftMl.tiif mien through, :
til. ten cenut (lov) Jer g :ilk.o.
WlialeKoue, two and oue-qjrter cvn! (2iO pr pfuiid.
270-6m FoklSlji 4- BAltCVCK.
! I'BiS. l I.COTT BRL..KS, . IkAS lll-P. tI.P J-l, J
(HAS. W. BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansotne Street, San Francisco, Cal.
M the fun-1
A TT EXT I O X C1VKX TO
. Shipmeut and sUc of Merchand-.M ; to rVr
ihiTimnl of J.l!i : Ihe Ct.arterine aud Sale
VISITING NEW ZEALAND!
wsrdinr and Transhii
V easels ; the Isipplyiug of Whalehi-s ; aud the Nepotyition
Exchange on Houolutu iu sutas to suit.
APVAXCKS MADE ON CONSKiNMEXTS.
a. r. everi.tt.
lcc. 2i. Paid to Kec'd S. C. P .nKin. hale, due on the
Society's acceptance, dated Sn pt. 3il, 1953,
principal $154 12, and interest frxn Nor.
22d, 159.47 6s $408 SO
81. m. II. Cox's tiil to dale, for taking care
of readiiiK rooto Ac. Ac............ 19 CS
May 4. FainuH Jolinon'3 bill, carpentry, kc 14 15
II. M Whitury's Triiitinp 5 00
" 1. W. M'ooda, " Wsterworku, S OO
' IUt. S. C. l-utcon, " Kepairs Ac..... 19 22
' " Am't caab on band, 24 4S
There are tsro bills outstanding, and due. arooumiiis to
1120 00 (to wit, for imiT.'ViDP the waterworks, $55 90, and for
putlinr gutters on the "llonie," $oo 00) froiu which ain't de
duct the balance of caidi in the Ireafurr. atwl there remains
y 42 to he rroided, in order ta put the "Home " entirely
out of debt at;aiii.
At the end of tle year 1"60. the Hume ma., for the first time.
out of flebt ; aud it is very desirable that it should be in an
equally gud position at the cloe of tlie present year.
The hxcculire Conmiitu-c has furnished annually a full and
inu-retiiir report of the uianairenielil, condition and influence
of the Home, and will doubtle reort arain at the present
time. Kespectfully submitted by
C1IAS K. blSHOP.
Treasurer 11. S. 11. S.
Arr at Honolulu Oct 24
j Arr at Lahaiim Oct 2d Si'd Nov 7 to cruise k hone
At Elnrsmin Group Ant; 1, with 120 brla
aTTt A at VT VaT1 aTaV a . Arlaa nn Tar aam y, y-. an a
U tLfcaVaaaafS aUOliU ItJvNLIJS
I?" J ."' I" " ry
, VOmiIa HtnaBKia&iairALtTT djk.?
a. hast at K.ULUA, ac i per cord ; r-ah hvcfai 4r.
L.SBV; AWpsl3 aarsaf,ad Aoataaxil 0 Ahead.
lao, Fruiuand VrretaMea of rartoaa kinds can be procured at
1L aaora aaoii, p.rt. ,
1 TT Woo alwayaaai Vioa at thcWaeh rn'oiaatWeS to sait
taataarra. , , . (2C7-ly . , ,.a tiKualUX CHAKMAI.
,PARL RIVER SALT.
WE HAVE CO8TAXTLT OS IIAXD
rWlt froaa the pearl Ktrcr sait Works, both Mart and
.!.. 4frlaiiaa 4.aA Malawi t aaaraetrat AJao, Ka
, a rasa Put a I oca, la awaatitiet) to sait, aod drliTered at shortest
ar'oae. t WrLCOI, RICUAivDS CO.. .
-J7riua i . : . . Wura atreeC
IT anted at
i xjTalltwi ' v-
:i, Old Copper, :
- u.n. , if Mow Metal, and
L.W.aAr.ratrV.fcy7 ' ' '
J. C SPALDINO. '
ZU-rtcA per torL 4 " Comet !"
Vic ws of Honolulu !
A LI. PERSON'S V1SITIXC Olt RKSIDIVG
oa these I.luuda, altoukl uot fail to send a at of U. II.
fttairaraa Views af Ilaaiolailai to their friends alroad,
aa wiJ Mnr by- tmr a better ktea of toe scenery, llabita,
Coatnam, etc., of Otis place than may works or prints erer pub
ha bed. To be had of K. BL KOKV,
113-C293 tort street
Kaat Ma ail.
On hand aod tor sale by
C. BRKWETl A CO.
SUGAR & MOLASSES !
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
31" MATTI !
CROP OF 1861.
For sale by
V (2824o) .' C. ItREWUR it CO.
nKsioMi KaitRsiriAaia esal PasraVra,
Cj4farmia in iiDs,ii' ' t - ;tarj 1
Leo- ft PrTtm Wareewter Sm.noe rt. , JL :
Do. - do. . do. ' I ir..
Fresh Canary Seed, .
CUrk'i Coxa Starch, "-'
Pearl Barley, " '
French Mustard. .
Mine Meat, ...-
Satamge Meat, ......
i BUlin' Soru Cured Ham.
m 'l : r ; l i
? " J-wojstiwwaraawra, g r , .
ntrtobt)IdriUj"PotaIoc " ' 1
W-2a A. D. C A RTW RIGHT.
KAUAI BEEF ! KAUAI BEEF !
r , . PACKED BT
I?lr. Ernest Km II,
rflllE FIRST SIIIPMETTI OF Til IS SIPE
M. rior aod already well-known article, pat upineren packages
of zov Ids. eacn, has Just been rccelrea and is offered loraaic by
I lie uixvruneu. . . -.vox ilOLT A Utlta,
2Sl-2oi Corner of fort and Merchant streets.
Seventh Annual Report of the Honolulu
Sailor's Home- Society.
' J list seven years ago, an association was formed
in Honolulu, under the name of " The Hon.
olulu Sailor's llome Society." The 2d Ar
ticle of their constitution, made known the
grand object of thin association.
" Art '21. The object of this Society shall be
to iiuj.rove the aocial, moral una religious con
dition ot seamen resorting to tins port, by ro
motinz the establishment and maintenance of a
Home, of good character, from which all intoxt
.. - , . , . .
catinz liquors suau oe exciuuea ; ana iu eucii
other ways as shall be deemed ircr'r."
To advance and accomplish thw object, an rip- j
peal was made for fund. This appeal was sue-
ccaoful, and the following amount have from
year to year, been rai-d and expended ;
From the Seat of War
1st year, 1854-5, -
THE 'YAXKEE.'t JfST ARRIVED
from !:in rVaocisco, the urulersijiucl have receiveti,
direct frotn llxie. the followiur very choice and tavorilc
brands of Tobacco, vis :
Heiress of Virginia,
llanjilu.ii Ool.l Leaf,
Medal Natund Leaf.
Ferguson k Booth's Leaf,
John Anderson's ts.Uice,
Twiit in Tin Foil,
Maccaboy and French Rappee Snuff.
A small lot of genuine Harana Cigars ami Citrarror de Garcia,
.Mcerscliaum Pik-s ainl t ijrar Iloldrra,
An asvorted lot French 1'ipes,
For tale at the HARBOR C0FFKE SALOON on the tLe wharf
corner of W.ueen and K uuanu streets. -
27-3m NOLTK A K HUG III, Proprietors.
Atim, Xi ZKLa-n.
( ViJJ.'r IIraJ 41 4S' ri-' S., long. 17.1 - ia- 47'- E. J
rMIIS KXCELLKNT HARBOR I? SITl'ATKD
M- at tlie a. K. en.1 of tbuiks' feninsula. Latitude (.WJa.'e
H,d) - 4sf 4'' S.. long. 172 s ii' 4;- K. Hifh mur .
aod c. 3 hears 24 minutes.
Tl.e hea-ls are reuiorkably b.4.1 and hich. The S. head is
aiuch the higher, with a reef" running off a short distance ; off
tne N. head is a Urire Cat ruvk. ciied the lonatiaX. The
bread ;li of the eutriuiee is about tLree-nuarUrrs f a mile ; the
course in is N W. at first, and theu the harbor turns nearly .lue
N. Great caution must he obserred in eiiterniit with a S.W.
wind, as it rushes in tutfliiiic aiMl heavy sUjJ1s over the Land
above the S. hea.1, which rises to a height between loud and 2oov
feet. leylh of w.tUr, 14 fathoms inside the heads. T.e usual
anchorage is on the K. shore, about 5 miles up, in the first lny,
with a row of houses pn the lieach, in i to S fathoms. Give a
rood ber.h to Green's Point before entering this buy. as a reef
extends about one-eighth of a uiile oJ it. The shores are bold
lo thtvuhout. If a hot wind is Mi.ivicg from VW.donot
atleuipt to enter, as it is dead out and very puffy off the land.
Kunimii in with a strong ? H. wind (by which the not wiui is
always followed,) keep under low canvas, lower lifts well taut,
and fre topmart sta sail up. WiKie-waws an- soutetiuies to I
extierienced when K-twecn the highest lan.ls, about 1 mile
Uj 1 miles insi le. Wheii you have ali the tiu ojeu you are
abreast of Oreen's Point. The heat and most convenient berth
is Green's I'oint on. with the next oint 4 a little bay S. of it,
and the southernmost house on the hcarh, with three domier
windows on the nif, (Brucv's Hotel.) on with the low huil.lin
to the westward of it, 4 tniU off shore, in 3 fathoms. Holding
ground stiff, retentive clay, covered with lluf mud. If any
ships are iu the road, the only consideration Is to give them a
clear licrth, to we:j:h with the wind from the westward. The
Harbor Master will always board you.
Collector of Customs aud Harbor Master.
Custom Ilouse, Akaroa, June 27, 1SC0. 243-3ii3in
COMMISSION AND PURCHASING
ORDERS FOR lU'RCHASE OF MEU.
chandise and articles of every description, are solicited
by the uudersined.
A residence in this ciiy often year, and an e.eriencc In the
business, of nearly the same lenj.h of time, are considered
a sufficient to warrant the confidence of persons in the country
who occasionally require to make purchases here, through the
agency of a reliable party; or who may lie looking for a perma
nent Agent in au Francisco. To either the advertiser rfler his
services, assuring all who intrust orders to him, that no effort
shall be spared to execute their cotnmitsiftns satisfactorily.
All Oniers must be acctnaniel with the Cash or City
Th'Ke desirinj information concerning the unilersigncd, are
Wm. T. Colimas k Co., San Frincisco.
J. 11. CM!ii.L A; Co.,
. C. LajiGLET, druggist,
Flint, Hksbody & Co., "
Ika P. KiNkix, "
KOSW, DKXITtK A Co.," '
J. Asrnosv & tlo., I'nif n Office. Sacramento City.
And to the 1'niprietor of the Yc. CoMKkaeiaL Abvr.RTisa.il,
N. 11. Orders for Machinery, Pianofortes, MelodeonB, Sewins;
Mjcliines, Waiches, Jewelry, Ac, will he attended to hy com-peU'l-t
T.. P. FISIIF.R.
COVMISPIOS ASt Ht-HCUASISU ACIST,
C20 W ASHINGTON" STIIKKT, up stitira,
Oposite Maguire's Oiera House,
2C2-tf . , SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW aOODS !
r- ML ra l 99
SUPERIOR Sl'CiA R-CCRED HAMS,
Freeh Lard, 10-lb tins,
Superior Dried Apples,
English Dairy Cheese,
Half mid quarter taxes Raiisins,
Fine Table S.ilt,
. ilince-pie Meat,
" ' assorted Meats,
Reams laper, .
Odd Fellow's Hall. Fort Street.
Honolulu Jas. Hi'NSk'wM 1., Biton.
IUmt A. him,
Cbas. Uaswaa. '
TutTIt, ItaloBAM A FlIP.
Pitman, Hilo. i ttoston
SiTTvix A Co . Sew York.
T k Alls, New Bedford.
F. Sxow Esq.,
brll A Co.,
3. taifflTTS MOKGAS.
C. S. BATH AW AT.
a. r. stoms
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
an.1 Forwnlinr Merchant. San Francisco, Cal.
K ferences. T. S. HatbawaT Ks.1. Messr". T. 4t A. K. Nye,
Sift I'errr. New Be.if.!. Messrs. Grium-11 Miuturn A
-., V, York' J.J.n M. K.jties Km., lioatou. Mesars. Per
kins A Smith, New Loudon, Damvl C. WtkU-nuan Ksu. llou
CHARLES F. ROBBIIMS,
Importer and Iealer in
Type, Presses, Printing Material,
IXKS, O A II I STOCK, & e , ,
No. 411 to 417 CLAY STREET,
(orrosiTg FKANK Bisra's,)
2il-ly SAX FRAXCISCO.
PAINTER & CO.,
Practical Frinttri, and Dealers in
fKIMIXC MATERIALS, hK, PAPER, CAEDS, le
51U Clay St., abste Sauaonar,
j. a. paixte) SAX FRAXCISCO.
J. M. PAINTkH
T. r. PAisTta)
XT Offices fiUed out with dispatch.
J. J. MiL'TIIC-ATJS Sc Vo.
Importers & Commission Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
, UNION 1V1IARF, VICTORIA, V. I.,
REFER BY PERMISSION. TO
MtssRd. B. Davip.hos k Co., Bankers, San Francisco,
" llAMKL GlBB k Co,
' C. A. Low A Co., San Francisco.
" Caoss A- Co., y
K. Uortsa'tJLAKct'B A STAPtxuokST, Honolulu.
23 3- 290
GROVER & BAKER'S
IV U I
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
For sale l.y
OVER 20 PER CENT.
OVER L0 PER CENT.
OVER 20 PER CENT.
WCST RECE1VEP AXl FOR SALE BV
mM the unuerairoed
75 Dbls, Ilawaiian Beef,
rrarraaterl, Packed and Cored In Turk's Island gait.
S30-l CII AS. BKEWKR, 2d
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Prom the BREWER PLAKTATI0N,
Nov cominj ip, and lor sale by
C. BREW LB 2o.
noootnta. July 1. 1961. STOtn
HONOLULU,. OA HIT, H. I.,
irms roR for sale, at the low
, ATT LATMs. the lallaaia a assortsasatgaf mcr
IM i- V, lf iilil'-' I
ta AAtaO U I i ) i sTafcaafcia-n;
Bay Etttc Laateras, boar Glass.
3 V 1323
OF THE, UNITED liTATES.
svSs,a T iva4-niuTr
t waaa Bratassfaaala. Oas CaVIa Table
af-C .as 1 1, Copprr rasaaa, Boat Coaapaaais, D.r Mats
rJ TkB KATrOBX BCAU3,
1 -.- -OaajCBB-B V.
i j.'-k ,. -. COCSTE -
"" -. - ' Sj; . nk B.u '
" -. ' n-. .if : . '
- . r - e
.tv rA - AslCHOBft AS CHAIN'S.
BRUSSELS CARPETING.. -? .
awav tl4aaArowc etoiB, Aaaortrd Suebt Hardware,
v - . - - J Brand's Vaalinc Oona.
f V Owa Brsnt Whacraa; Qaa aad lasna, one art (a- atrap
WtsUiac sMucaa, wua cnaia aeacanta, Jtiueans: Nartuaear
Anchors, Iraa Aowtocks. saperkw Mew Bedford Wbaletoats.
A lX".CA8KND8np01ISJ rl
?r i sT; iJ - :T-s 5 - j
MaaJIa a a at Iletaa Catrajice.
CosBDoai'toa Shealbiof Nails.
.-vT 'ft rrfi-ii .1 Cosapnsicloa Cooperiar Nails.
2S0-&S Ac A;e
Krrs Out Nails.
IROX l'IXVS. iiav ciTTrns,
Us Yokes, Scaal PlanUsra.
Ox Hnws, Cane Cutters,
Grain Cradlra. Garden Hollers.
planters Uora, U heellarrow,
Caltiat.r., Teeth, UrindstoncS,
'.. Garden Bakes. For sale by
C. BKEWAK A CO
A' F E TV, OXLT1 m,"V 1 1X1 A M dVa V I e
a. thread, new iwtent eVwine Machines, simple In cnnatrucJ
ra saw ei trattcvet liable so jesjt oat of order.
.- rw aoe ry
C. BKEH F.KACO.
trery faearly slsaukl be supplied with
Mri nnrnuc .
TWO LEFT.-M.IDK BV S. f A. II.
fsnith tkae tiatrmaeats ore Terr nch and hear, in
too and admlrmbry adapted for ch xrches. For sale by
... C. BREWEK A CO.
ECS IIICIIL.T GLAZED POWDER,
Cases Indian Hide Fowder.
For sale "by
C. BREWER k CO.
To Beef Packers.
BBLS. TURK'S' IMI.AXD SALT
i half bbis. haltDetrr. For sale by
' C. BREYTKR It CO.
1 Fancy case Piaft' Forte,- 64 bet.,
1 l!alf-roua4 I !' -6i
Irorn the Bsanutactory of Messrs. Ilallrtt k Cumston. wla In.
usaeaia haw aianeaaaUrd rrnaiatina fcw rWertoe.. at
etrgaace aad pcrkctasa of BCchaiwcaJ cnosiructinQ.
- , i j , . A rents. '
Sugar and Sjrnp Kegs.
AX'O 8 G tL. KMPTV KF.r.N
For sale ty (lUO-,) C. UKL WKR A CO.
; rf ' r
Lx Cutter! Butter!
THE -I'VDKRSICXKI) HERO
vita iaiossB Laets roafanera, and taw raahlic la
geoeral, that, hartna; anrreaded hi maktaear.
raacecDccila for the rrruLar snnnir r vu sir
K.KALIA BUTTER frora E. Krull's dairy, acknowledged as tl.e
arat batter so the art sods, we are noir prepared to furnish, con.
ttantly this article. (iCA m) T. MSiVAN A "N.
Total, - - - - , $17,040 26
The erection of tlio Home was a very expen
sive enterprise, and the association was com
pelled to incur Iieavjr liabilities and debt, but
during the yaat year that wan fully paid ofT, and
the institution, on the 24tli of Dccuinber, 1800,
declared out of di.lt. It la a most cneonracino:
fact, that the trustees of the Home, have never
made an appeal for funds which has ' not been
nioet cordially responded to. The trustees theiu
selvea huve always been willing to make liberal
contributions' before they sent fortli an appeal
to the community. In the year 13o9, the trus
tees made up a contribution anion? themselves
to nearly if COO (&78) for the purpose of liqui
dating a debt which Mr. and Mrs. Thrum hud
incurred for the bencfat of the institution. ' The
foregoing facta.-show most conclusively, that
those gentlemen wlo Lave Deen entrusted with
the supervision ol this in.stitntion, have not
shrunk from their full share of responsibility.
The Hawaiian Government has also manifested a
most friendly feeling towards this establishment
a-srsa t if f ....
ine vaiuaoie piece oi iana was a gut, ana in
other ways, it has appeared that it was diepoeed
to Deiriena tne institution. .
The question Las been often asked, why. may
not the Home be made a self-supporting Institu
tion. Is it neeeeflary to make additional ap
peals fortfiuids J, Tliese questions may be satis
factorily answered by asserting that so far as a
mere boarding house,the llome has not incurred
any. debts, neither Jias any appeal - fir funds
ever been made to make up losses in the board-
iog department. Thoso who have Juid the Home,
huvA never be!n charo-ed anv rint nnrl lmv.
ncvet called upon the Trustees to make' vp their
t aea -w ... . . .
losses, we are aoie to state esactly what these
losses have been.-: Daring the live seasons that
M&.aud.Mjrs. Tltrujii carried 00 the Home, r. e.,
from Sept.; l?oG, to January, 1&G1, they lost by
bud de1fc, and moWey advanced to boarders, the
large sum -of thirteen hundred' and otnly-ftAtT
dollart and steentyfire cents $1,324,75) or
nearly ,10 per cent, upon all their bills. Had
tfhey received all tbisr amount and met other
losses, they would not havtf made any thing more
than a fair living in. the Uome.rs It shttuld be
borne in mind, that it is only part of the year
that the Home can be made -really a raying es
tablishment, even if all the boarders should pay
their bills in full and punctually. It was never
designed to make' the efctabliehment a money
making concern, but its. prosperity aud ,uoes
demand that those keeping the ooaniitiir de
partment shall be able to secure a good support
or honest livings u
Une r ttie idrgrsl and 'most constant con
tributors recently remarked, that ' if the Home
should now be burnt down, it bad moro than
paid for itself." In a moral and Jcnevolent
point of view. It has always been a vatiina insti
tution. We know not how the same amount of
benevolent contributions could Lave been ci
pended in a manner to have diffused a niOrC salu
tary, healthful and beneficent influence anions
the varied and roaming class of men whom it was
designed to benefit. Anions candid and nerht
minded persons, there can be no question but that
it should be carried forward. Money contributed
tor iu support is well invested.
ine records or the institution will show that
every dollar which has been contributed has been
pi pen (led ia strict accordance with the designs of
the institution, viz; in erecting the buudinz.
procuring furniture, sustaining the reading-room,
keeping the buildinjr in repair, Ac.
ihe most noticeable event ooeurrine durine the
pat vear, in connection with the llome. Las been
Uiq resignation of Mrs. Thrum as inanaeer. and
the trau5fcr of the IXmiq to Catf. and Mrs. Oat
as managers. .Mrs. lnruni tendered her reeiena
tion on-the 12tli'of ebruarT. ..The .Trustees.
learning that she could not be persuaded to con
tinue any longer in the stut&a, which she had so
onz occupied with credit to nersclf-and useful
ness to seamen, paised the following rctrolutioav:
Ktftxfd. That the thank of the Trustees are hereof ten
dered to Mrs. Thrum for her faiUifal and efficient manes ins nt
of the Home during the time it has been under her charge, and
they take this eppportunity to express their regret at the neces
sity which withdraws her from the Home as the manager.
On retiring, Mrs. Thrum famished, at the
request of the Trustees, a complete list of board
ers, the amount ol each one s indebtedness, &c.
his report is highly valuable for reference, and
shows most conclusively that it has only been by
strict economy and eood roanazement that the
fome lias liecn carried forward.
I'll Trustees would congratulate seamen, and
NEW GROCERIES. &c!
BY THE BABK COMET."
" Boston Crackers,
A ater Cmcknrs,
For sale by
OREUUX SMOKED II A.MS.
Ore-ron Siuoked lwicoii.
Fresh California Lard in tins, . .
For sale hy S. SAYIDGK.
LEA AXO PERRIX
For sale by
New Kaihins in half boxes,
New Kaisins in quarter boxes.
for sale ny
FRESH WALXt'TS. '
Fresh Soft Shell Almonds.
For sale by
. S. SAVIDCK.
RES 1 1 CAL1FORXIA CREAM CHEESE
a? Fresh California Swiss Cheese.
. i'or sale hy
y S. 8AVIDGK.
FRESH CALIFORNIA Ml'STARD,
Freh Sardines 1-2 Ixjxes,
Fresh Sardines 1-4 boxes,
For sale hy
VEW CALIFORNIA ONIONS,
w New California Potatoes,
New Mountain Potatoes,
New East Maui Potatoes.
For sale bv
8. JSAVIDGK. .
AND FOR SALE BY
J. C. SPALDING.
g Cs.' LOXDOX JOCK EV CLUB O I X.
aaUU ID casks J. & F. JlarteU'a ttraudy,
lOca-sks Hennessey's limn.ly,
IS . Pinet, Ca-stillon 4- Co.'s Barrhly
30 llocbelle Brandy,
iiiMt 50-g;il. kes Mittrnolia Whiskey,
' ttl cases Cuff Gordon Sherry,
. 50ldox. Byaa I'ale Ale.' - ......
160 hoxes Sfrtn. Caudles, '.'...
. j" 200 dos. boxes rViuhroke Table Sidt, ; , - .
luO pair superior Ox ll iws, .
2O0 buudlca Hoop Inai.
('rates assorted While Ware Crockery,
&U0 dos. Iieniin Frocks and 1'auU,
200 Axe Ilelvea,
1UI har California Oats.
100 cs. Oysters, ajat. Sleals, Green Peas, Green Corn, and
jrsst Fie Fruit",
A lit rye variety of fcuuily aud ship Stores and Groceries,
Plows, Stoves, Ships Cambooses,
And small STOVES for Schooners an I Coarters.
K0.VA COFFEE, New Crop of 1801.
And a 'feneral variety cf merchandise, suited to P. I. trade.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1S01. 279-Siu
SPLENDID IMPORTATIDl. !
f r of '
I!cadv-3f ado Clotliiiiff !
FROM OUR FORMER PRICES.
TJ C T IOXE 1?, Tt S
IOj and lOT Cal. Street, Sau Fraacisco.
IARTICULAR ATT E XT I O X CIVEV To
the I'urchase, shii-aient and ffale rf Merrliauliar- f,"
warding and Transhipment of G.ls; the C hart, rit.r and sale sf
Vessels the supplying of Whaieships aud the Uegot)an af
Ad ranees made nn Consignments. 27-ly
SAITIIa. C. 1VODUVFf7
SIIIPCII AX OLER. STOREKEEPER ax-n
tiVyERJL illior.-ttoli bonrhtand -M ob eoai.
mission. Ship and Family BMrvs put up at the shorn at djoIkt."
Conrof yi tKx'f Kan and FomxuKa srstrt, Haagkaagi
jr Jlefem to Thomas f-rrncrs, A. J. Casts sjcmt, j. c
SraLniMS. Honolulu. SandwichlsLinds. 'ili.r
PIONEER M ILLS.
San Fraariara. .
MKLClir.ns.5fc Co., Aleuts at HoDolala
RE REUULARLY RECEIVIX. BViw,!
packet, fresh sui lies of I'l.ar from the above celHirk.
te.1 Mills, and off -r the same (r sale at the lowest market rales
The taker fl.air is articularly recointnended to the tkrrs
an.1 the suerfine Cour to the trade in a-eorral, while the (anu).
Sour for family usie.is now acknowledged to be Um? favorite avj,
ail the house keeiers on the islands. 24s-y
CIORDAGE IF EVERY SIZE MAXt riC.
J Tl'KKD to onler. Constantly on hand, a laiys
sortmeutof MASIL.A AMU HE Mr KOi'f, (all siaes), Hal
Rone, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac for sale by TCBB3 A CO
250-ly 19. Front Strort. Sn Francaco7
Notice to Masters &. Owners of Whale
THE UXIERSI;XED BEG LEAVE
K, to announce to masters ol whale aliips, and the puN
j"Yr In sreneral, that they hare succeed -d io leasing froa Ui
French Government at Tatii'j, tlie railway and heaving d..
premises, including storehouses, etc., etc., and are now prrca.ml
to execute repairs wiOi dispatch aixl at lower rates thaw at an.
other port in the Facttlc. OW AN A GOOUINO.
Hongkong Underwriter's Notice.
FVIIIE I'XDERSICXEI). HAVING REEX
M apimioted Surveyor ft tlie New York Board of 1'uu.r
writers," takes this method of informing s)iii-masters that he ia
always ready at the shortest notice to at lend to any busiutti
require.1 of him iu that capacity.
S. V. WUflDRlTF,
Corner of Queen's Road and Fottinger Strt.
Hongkong, Noremlier, 1(59. S&3-ly
MARK THE HIST
Fiiriiihiiisr Goods, nil LimN.
Retailing for Cash, at Whuk-snle IVites.
rilll E LARGEST AND BEST STOCK OF
Found iu any Retail House in CiililV.aia.
CiooiN Snitnlile for Traveling
lurposcs in any Cliinnti.
FRENCH, WILSON A CO.,
Nexi door to the What Cheer House.
And No. 323 Muutgomery Kreet, near California, in Tackrr'
Uuilding, bau Francisco.
Manuricturtng Establishment, No. lOi Liberty street. New York.
P. 8. Measures taken for Goods from our bouse In New Yorsk
and delivered lo any part of this Slate without extra charge.
Tlie great success attending tlie introduction of our New gtyle
Family ewing Machines in this State, (ss la all other,) has
prompted certain unirincipled and unreliable parties to endeavor
to force upon tlie public certain inferior and to call to
t Wlich either by lecul injunctions or from their own inherent de-
fects have long since died out in the Eiistern States.
!lT IS OUR DETERMINATION
TO S17PPLY, A . , , -. ,
A LOW PRICE,
Tl.at the purchaser may not as past instances experience in the
purchase of one of Die mis-naiuol ' Cheap Sea in j Machiues,". a
dkar bargain and WAta or iioikv. , .
The "World-wide ISeutalioii
CROVER & BAKER
MONCONUI, NEW ZEALAND.
GENERALMERCIIANT& CUSTOM HOUSE AGENT
HAS MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO KSEP
constaiifly on baud a large and well selected stuck of
and everything required for a complete outfit.
IT Fresh supplies, potatoes, and firewood, all furnished at
the shortest notice.
Mougonui lies In the south-east part of LaurisUnorDnnbtless
Bay, and is in latitude 35 dig. 0 mill. HI., and longitude ITS deg.
o9 uin. K 241-ly
HALF SULS. OA L. CORNED BEEFy
New Cod Fish.
AFTKK 1 AaSBNCK Or hLVASAL JfONTBS,
AND THE FACT THAT
OTer s 0,000
Have been already sold, aud are daily aud hourly merrily click -
I in; In every quartter of the globe, proclaiming iu their uuertit.g
! action, perfect operation and wonderful simplicity,
Their Undeniable Superiority, ,
1 Is tha best evidence we can adduce of their merits.'
For sale Ly
California Chicken Feed.
For sale by
t. SAX IIHJE.
EXTRA SUPERFINE FLOUR,
t ;' j , Number 1 Floar.' , !
' . ' For sale hy
CORX MK.1U FRESH GRUtm
In 50, Jo and 12 1-2 lb. lgs,
For sale br
T EG TO INFORM. THE CITIZEN'S OF
MM OA III' and the adjacent Islawls, th:U they have returned
aud taktn the commodious and convenient Fire proof Putc in
Makee's lllock. "Q Queen street. S nnerly occnii d by W. A.
Aklrich, Esq!, where they are now owning iixl otlYriu;; for sale
the most spleiMlid assortment, and of the
LATEST STYLES OF CENTS'
READY-MADE CLOTHING J
The highest effort of inventive genius, the most rrfect appli
cation of mecluinical skill, and the Lest practical results of an
undivided aim to .
PRE-EMINENCE AUOVE ALL OTHERS
' Are aDmbined la the
HAVE BEEN RE3I0VED TO
- v , ,
47 MONTGOMERY STREET,
NEXT TO CORNER OF BUSH,
S jQl N" PRil CISCO.
WHEAT FLOUR FRESH GROUND.
50, 25 and 12 1-2 lb. baj.
F or sale by
' ' S. SAVIDGK.
i)EARL U.tRLEV. -Buckwheat
Rje Flour.' " '
' ' lor sale by
For sale by
CRL'SU'D SUGAR, ! r
- . Loaf Jugar,
Light lirown Sugar.
For sale by
CASES GOOD TOBACCO,
' i f Tor sale by
' r , ' ' ' , . SAVIDGE.
SUPERIOR MANILA CIGAR),
For sate hy
- ' e. BAVXPGE.
BRAN ! BRANI BRAN!
For sale by
. SAVIDGE. '
RASS, DRIED AND PACK'D,
In bale9 of 150 lbe. each. '
For sale by
. S. SAVIDGE.
Ever Displayed in this Market.
Freeh Pearl Sao.
For sale by
The above goods mYl cheap and deliverer
loi ?ity hy. Pony Exrrer - -
For sale by
!. PAVID'iK. F-n Street.
Tlie assortment consists in art of
Superfine Gents Dress' and Sack Coats cf cverj
' ' ' variety And description.' ' ' - -
Erery style and qoality of Pants and Vests, Plain
and Fancy Shirts, which they warrant
. i to fit in ehipe and iiz.
An assortment cf Undershirts of the finest silk, wool,
buckskin and cotton.
LATEST STYLES HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS.
Of the Latest Sttlm.
ITosiery, Sdspenders, Cravats, etc., etc., in varieties
tod numerous to mention, at fabulously
! A fall assortment of Trunks, Valices and Traveling
liags, whicn the V ubiic are especially
invited to call an 1 examine.
f , e s ' .
AVstalraale- D raters oa at arr Islands will find
it to thtar interest to cx.usuout coods before iurchuine else
XOT These Goods hare been bought at prices that defy com
petition, and win lie sold at correspondingly low figures.
Tlx suvk will he- replcniolied by every vessel ariivinfr from
San Francisco, and customers can always rely upon the clieap-
sr, newest ana oest.
A. S. A M. 8. GRIXBACM,
377-3m " - ' Makee's Dlockt Queen Street, Ilono'.ara.
OF VARIOUS SIZES. BRISTOL BOARD
and Card Board, White, Red Yellow and tireeu.
1 SEWING MACHINE.
That this pre-eminenr has been attained is iucontrorertibly
! evidenced ia their unprecedcnlvdU and -increasing Sale, and the
Attending them at .
All the Fairs of 13 GO,
Where against the most powerful and unrem!tt!njr opposition of
rival Machines they haTe in every instance rccelred the ;
WHEELER & WILSON,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
For alc by
II. M. WHITNEY.
SEfTD FOR A CIRCULAR of our REDUCED PRICES,
Cult, Sample of Sewiny, 4c, 4c.
R. G- BROWN, Agent,
3J1 yioiitffomery Street,
l AM PREPARED TO DEMONSTRATE
Wall who feel. an interost u tLWl.S'U MACHINES, tluit
Family Sewing Machines
, ..Will do Better Work,
On a great ranr of fahrics Uiat is, on as liht fabrics and on
bearler rakwis titan auy other Family Sewing Machines befoiw
the public is cajiable .rf doing ; that the work can lie done
Willi Greater Kn.sc
And with fewer interruption ; and thai in al t the important
requisite ofafecwiug Machine, Singer's Machines, at $100, ars
cheaper than any other kind at f iO. Tarn now selling our
FAMILY SEVYIHG MACHINES
PLAIN, at - - - . -. $50
CABINETS, at - ... - - 75
LirrTrT? I rTranTersShuttl Machines, an
a. I A .1, Kntirely New and Incomparable
Family Sewing Machine and adapt
( ed to Light Manufartunhg JJQ
1V not allow yourself to purchase a thai stttch machine,
cither douhle or sincle Uiread, all or which will rivet. All
chain stitch machines bare a cord oo the under side of the
fabric and the work soon weirs out. Work done oa fjingvr's
Machines will outwear any other, and-is more beautiful. No
tailor or manuntcturcr buys a chain stitch machine.
J. II. DUNNELL,
47 MONTGOMERY" STREET,
219 r SAX FRAXCISCO.