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SIX DUI.LAKK I'KK ANNUM.
VOL, VII. -No. 1 I. W HOLE No. 321)
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 11. 1S6-2.
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Memi'IIH, June 17. The shipment to the North
to li7 c..mpri-.-.l ",0o0 li'es of cotton, 5,000 birrels,
an ! 3,00-) half birre'j of inclines, anl 0,000 barrel
of ijgir. There a Urge auj.plj coining ia jes
ter lay. Ou the first d iy the po-t-fiioe was optuel
in Memphis, the citizens mailel one thousiu J letters,
iuo?t!y on busine? to the Northern cities, anl bought
$3,000 worth of postage stamps.
A Memphis pnper has extracts from the Houston
Ttltrajih, which says that Com. Eigle, of the U. S.
frigate SanUe, hal demaiided the surrender of Gal
Teat on, in order to save the loss of life that would fol
low a bombardment. The demand was not complied
with. Gen. Herbert, the rebel chief, saying when the
Union land and natal forcs ppeared, a reply would
l made. On the II 2d a war tcsm:I arrived, and un
der apprehension of an attack, the foreign Consuls
had taken steps for the protection of their subjects.
J"omc Yankee genius exLibited in Washington last
week, a target, consisting of six iron platef, each nn
inch and a half in thickness, making nine inches of
wrought iron, against which he has been experiment
ing with a email ball at long distances mid with his
tn get set obliquely. In almost every instance he
8'iceet'Jed in throwing a ball entirely through the
target, as it shows for itself. lie claims that he can
eiuk the .Monitor in thirty minute with hid new gun.
The War ami the Ulligious Sociltiljj. The fol
lowing table had been compiled by the Independent,
and is instructive as showing the effect of a year of
war upon the leading religious and benevolent socie
Rrc'ti) fur Rec'tn for Dee.
Am. Bible PocMy $IS0.551 $.171,131 $11,420
Am. Tru:t!vpiy 3ot,7Ud l'J4,7Jl 151,014
Am. Home Mis. P-niety...... 1.'.,761 I'il.hoJ 20.0OJ
An. Kor. C. I'nion, m,Wa S5.O0O b,J
Siiin' J'rit-n-l JxrciKy 7i.U77 &4,5ji
Friuale Mawlian Society,.... 4iJy5 '2.1. Ml ,2;2il
Am. Con jr. L'oion,. ......... 14.04S 7.6-I5 6.51.
Am.TViiiprram--e Union, 6.W)W 1.37-1 4,5J7
S. X. S. rf. I'nloD, IS.WjO 1S.0O0
Am. Tract Society of lJ.rton,.
N. Y. Stale Col. society . . . .
To!;l1 dtrrae,. .... $p22'),lC
A filiinj? off of only one sixth iu a time of great
military excitement, with business prostrated anJ a
thous'tn l new avenues opened for the wealth of the
charitable, shows how deep a hold these beneficent
institutions have upon the American people.
Tobacco. Just now the civilized nations f the
world derive their chief revenue from tobacco. With
out it. the Pope would be bankrupt in a month. Last
year the Knglwh Government derived SL'8,0oO,U00
revenue, and the French SCG.000,000, from the wee J
m( nubnes iu smoke. Tlie greatesi pi vt ibe iv
bacco, which yields to foreign powers thvir chief
revenue, is grown in America.
A dispatch of yesterd.iy from the beaJiiuarters cf
the Army of the Potomac says : Dr. Williams, who
lias been a prisoner at Salibury, N. C , for several
months, arrived on Siturday. lie states th it for
ten days after the battles in front of Uichmon 1, 1)X)
rebel trnps p:-e 1 through that town daily, oa their
way to IUchtnond. The troops came James Island
and eastern Georgit. Among other thing, the
Lctor learned that 11,000 troops were at Ch irlottes
ville. waiting transportation to Kichmoul, and that
CU.tiOO conscripts have leen raised in each of the
States of Tennessee and Georgia since the 0th cf
July, and a proportionate number iu other extreme
Southern States. He also say that Adjutant-General
Ha'I, at Kichmon 1, reports aOO.QOO troops cvcragel
in the battle of the 6even days.
Ir. Stone, taVen a prisoner at Dull I" 'in, corrobor
ates t'te a(nve staten.ent. as fir as relates to the
movement of troops to Richmond. If these state
ments are true, there is every reason to believe that
the rebels are st iking their all in Virginia by con
centrating within its borders an overwhelming force.
Casada Declisino to Defend Itself. The politi
cal erenta which have followed the rejection of the
Milil'.a bill in Canada the declaration tf the new
minister-, the sp eechu made in the colonial j'.arlia
incnf. and the outlines of the measure to be projcsed
in sulstitaticn of that which was lot enable us to
arprtheud with considerable certainty the true sig
Ditio inre of that startling resolution, and to under,
s'aud in what ?fn?e it is correct to siy that the
CanaJiAUS hae declined to undertake their own
defense. Colonel Kinkiit says: There is no
ill-tVeling- against us in the United State?, and wo
shall not be attacked otherwise than in our character
cf lriti.-h subjects. War can only overtake us in
consequence ot some portion cf impartial policy, on
account of which we are liable at any time to have
cur country overrun and devastated, and every town
and viif iee re lu jed to ahes. Hut if as Dritish sul
jects, aud in defense I'ritiah rights, and encroach
ment should be mad; upon our soil by any foreign
foe, from cau-s beyond our provincial control, we
cuht to be, and we certainly are, as much entitled
to protection as any portion of Kngland itself.. If
this is not the condition of our connection with the
mother couutry, then I say (as an independent mem
ber of this house, and g caking for myself alone),
the sooner that connexion ceases the better for all
parties concerned." And this language is not the
expression of an individual opinion : It exhibits the
principle on which the Canadians have been acting
through their legislature. The Cana.liau parliament
assumes in this case, as it has done in many others,
that it- constituents have interests distinct from,
and indeed capable of being opposed to, Dritish in
terests, and that it is bound to look to them as first
and chief. We are not going to blame them for this.
Tlie Canadians are a toation. and they know it.
They also know that if their anomalous and icdescib
able connection with this country exposes them to
some danger, tn the other hand, every British soldier
cn their soil is a hostage given by this country of
assistance to be rendered to the extent of the forces
cf the empire, whatever mr.y be the colonial policy.
We have at present 18, OW cf these hostages in
Canada, pledging as to do a thing which it is admitt
ed is beyond our power. And fur what ? To be told
ly the Canadians that i is much that they hold
themselves continually ready to be sacrificed for our
glory and greatness, without burdening their strait
ened finances and drawing their young men from the
fields to become the a Ivance guard in a conflict which
they have not provoked. Purely this conjuncture
bouM make us pause and look round. There is cut
the least prospect that the imperial view of the duty
cf tbe colony will be adopted in Canada. For finan
cial reason, if for no other, the attempt to burden
Canada with a military establishment, such as has
been thought of in I.nglan 1 as requisite for the colony,
must break down. Air. Gait, the fiuance minister of
the late Canadian cabinet, actually proposed to bor
row the money to pay for the mi lit a clothing. When
the n..at conservative newspapers in the colony
argue ttiat its defensive force must be organized an J
limited conformably with the circumstances, anl
babits. and feelings cf the people, they take up a
position which we cannot assail. iJut what of the
circuuv-t nces of the population of the united king
dom ? Does ,,ur honor or interest require that we
tthould maintain a frontier for the mere privilege of
defending it, at the risk of being told that our pres
ence has caused war between good friends ? This is
a question which w should all lay t heart.
II. W. SKVKRAXCE,
AXD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
VVill contiuue tuMn s at if oM sUn.I on Queen street.
J. If. COLE,
(.--lTTK.-ua TJ A. P. KVfcBKTT.)
At his late rooms iu-en Strict. 315-ly
DR. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
Ofilce corner of Kurt an.l Hotel Streets.
CIIAS. F. GVUAsOU, 31. I ,
Late Suruon United SUitos Navy, law Consular Physician to
American seamen ami general practitioner.
Office conwr Kaahumanu ami Merchant streets, and residence
at lr. W.khI's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical and Surgical advice iu Knc'liii, French, J?ianish, and
Offle hour from 11 A. . to 2 p. m.; at other hours inimrs at
hi residence. UJO-ly
C. IJIIFWFU 2d,
General Merchant and Agent for the sale of the products of the
lirewer Piantation. 34-ly
CT. II. LEWKRS,
Lumber and building materials, Fort St. Honolulu. 3i0-ly
II. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Oiihu, II. I. 220-ly
B. VOX IIOLT. TH. C. HKCCK-
Von HOLT& II FUC'K,
TJeT.eral Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 320-ly
ALEX. J. CAItTWUKJIlT,
Commission Merchant and General Shilling Ageut, Honolulu,
Lumber Merchant Yard on Colkt Hoisk Scare, New Es
J ANION'. C:UKFN & CO.,
Commission Merchants File-Proof Uuil. lings. Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, l'iiO. 320-ly
ii. stax(;i:nvali), m. h.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late Xer Yrk City IMsfx-insiry Physician, memlH-r of the
Medico Chirurgical College and of the Pathological Society
i of Ner York.
i 0:Hcj at Ir. Ju.ld's Drui; Store, on Fort Street. Residence in
Nuuanu alley, opHisite that of K. O. Hall, Es . 77-ly
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Ikmts and Shoes of every
lMri-iition. iihoe bindings, Pump. Sole. Rurginjr. lrn,
and l'.it-oi Leatie t. ...!. 'oat, ii v', au f i-ui k .-'kins,
Trunks, Valisen, fuTitie (i!-ves, FMls. and Masks, IMack
inft, llrushes. Hosiery, Ke. iic. Itrick shoe store, corner of
Fort and Merchant aU.. Honolulu, II. I. 320-ly
ITT A I cV AH F.K,
Agents for the Sunr Plantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, anil Iwo,
at l'jlo, ll;lo; Importers and V holvsale and Retail Deal
rrs in China Oo.n1- ; hav- on ha:i 1, f-r sal, at their csfih
ment on Kins.' street, Honolulu, mid at Lahaina, 3aui,
Suirar, Molao-s, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and large and
varied as-sortment of in-ncral merchandise.
Honolulu, August 7, 1557. 321-ly
A. S. CRINBAUP.I & CO.,
Impnrt-rs nnd Whol--s.de Ieal.T in K:i .hiotial.lt Cl' thinir
Hats, Caps. Bw and .-hoes, and every variety of Oentle-no-n's
sio rior Furnishing Go-ls. Store, fortiK-rly occu
pieil ly W. A. Allrich, Ks., in Makee's Block, ljueen
Street. Honolulu, hu. "275-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry fl-od. Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King street 320-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government Ilou.te. ii.!0-ly
W. A. ALDKICH,
J. $. WALK Kit,
S. C ALI.RS.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, an I Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents for the Lihue, Mctcalf, and Princeville Plantation.".
IV. N. I. II,
Importer and Poster in IIarpwarf, Ccti.frt, Mkciiamcs'
TixiLH aiui Ai.kk CLTi hal Ii: VLKMkSTS, Fort stro't, Hono
II. HACKFEbl) At CO.
Uenrral Connuiy-ion Ajjentu, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. SCO ly
CRAS. a. BIsHOP. WM. A. ALPRICU-
HISHOF At CO.,
Bankers. OiTh-e in the Mt corner of "Makee's Rlock," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw ISilli of F.xchanj; on
Messrs. Ohixski.l. Minti-rm A; Co., New York.
Henry A. Pikkck, r.-a-, - l!oton.
Messrs. Mow. an. Stosb jt Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive dtposds.dlscouut firt-:lai business paper, and
attend t collecting, etc. M'JO-ly
SU'L. S. CASTLE. AMOS. S. COKE.
CASTI.F Ar COOKE,
Importer an 1 Wholesale and Retail dealer in General Mer
chandise, in tiie Fireproof store ia King street, oppoiite the
Agents for DR. JAYXETS ME1HCIXES. C)-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, llilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with nvruits at the h'rtet notice, on reasonable terms
Bill of exchange iriintol. uJU-ly
I. N. I blTXEK,
Continues his old business In the fireproof building, Eaahuma
ChronomeUrs rated by fberv,uions f f the sun and Mars
with a transit instrument aecurately adjusted to the j
meridian ol iinoanu. ran imtar attention civen to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and paadrant glasses silvered
an.l adjusted Charts and n mtical insirucients constantly
on hand an 1 for sale. is.-ly
I. f. WATERMAN &. CO.,
COM MISSIOX MERCHJX TS.
Especial attention j.aid to the interests of the WT.ahnff Fleet, by
the furnishing ,.f funds, purchase and sale of Ktrhance, Oil,
Bone, General iicrch.iij.lise, and the procuring of Freight
M -ssr. Isaac II jlai. Ja., & Co., New Berlford
W. G. K. Vorr.. Ksg., do.
M.R.AN, Sto?k A; Co., Fan Francisco.
J!( Him Mkbsili, lo CJO-ly
O II N li J T ji
WINE.-, ? PI it ITS.
ale Atn porter,
a l. i-: X & ES i; It It ILL,
George V.r. Iacy,
Will continue the General Merchandise and shipping busines I
at the above p rt, wh-re th y are prepared to furnish the
justly celtbr.tte.1 Kawaihae I'Mstoes, nnd such other n J
cruit asare rcpiired by whale hips at th" !.hortestni4ice, '
and n th tiio-l reasonable term C-ly
i:. HOFFMANN, M. 1).,
Physician and Surron, MaVee's l'.locV, corner Queen and Kaa
hum aim utrt-eti. :VJ0-ly
J. W. AITSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Offlce in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 3:20-1 y
B. F. EHLERS,
Dealer In Dry ools,
HOS-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu. II. I.
HOOT ant SlOEM.IKER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. IJJU-ly
WHOLESALE JXU RETAIL MERCTIA.XT,
IuiKrter of Cliina and other g'ods, dealer in sugars, molasses,
colTecrice, fuiiffu?, &c, on King street, next door tc Mes.-rs.
Castie & Cooke. iloti-ly
MERCH ANT TAILOR, on Fort Str-et. opposite Rurgess Saloon,
between Kii:; and Merchant Streets.
Cloths', Cassimeres and istinss always on hand, and cloth
ing made up in the best style. 'Jo-ly
JOHN II. PATV,
Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
HONOLULU ST I? A. II FLOUK MILL Co.
Proprietors. Q. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDOK, and C. II. LEWERS
(1. P. Jrnr, Purchasing Agent.
S. Savidck. Sel'ing Airent.
C. H. Lkwbks, Treasurer.
MFLCIIF.KS & CO.,
Importers asul Coiiimisioii
STONE STORE, KAAHUMANU ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
AOENTS FOR TUB
IlAMrrKOIt-BHKMKN FlRR ISsrRAXCE C(.
I'Ionkkr Flitk Mills, San .Francisco.,
Sale of AsH(ii T A: ItKiXHAKDr's Salt I'.kkf,
Sale of Sccak, M-)LAS.sh.s and Otiikr Hawaiian Phomte.
Consignments respectfully solicited, and all orders from the
other islands and abroad, promptly executed.
OrSTAV C. MfcLCIIEKS, J. T. WlCKK, F. A. SrHAEFER,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
A. P. CARTKR,
cnA.s. ii. lcst,
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Ouhu, 11". 1.
John. M. Hood, Esq., New York.
J AMKS llCNJSKWM.L, Esip, f
ClIARLl:s IiHEW KR, Esi., ........... Boston.
H. A. Prim k. Es i.,
Messrs. McRtkr a: Mkhrii l,
MK!';1- I San Francisco.
I'KAS. H'ol.CuTT I!llc
Messrs. Vm. PisrAU .V Co., Tlotiekong
Mkssks. Pkklk, IHbbkll A: Co Manila.
VILGOK, RICHARDS & GO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, deulers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchaiidise, for the supply of Whalers ami Merchant
AC3KNTS FOR Till
i Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
linrk "Comet." Cnpl. Jnx. Sniitli.
S-mItt1I. Cttpt. John I'nty.
Vaultee." Cit ti. V CIhxiom.
One of the aNve vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the !ove vessels have superior accommodations for
Passengers, for whom every comfort will be afforded.
Through Pills Iiilinir, will be piven at Honolulu, for inerclian
dise to New York or loiton, the freiirht beini; reshipped nt t'au
Francisco, on hoard tirtt class clippers without extra expense
Shippers can also procure nt Boston or New York, Ihrousrh
Pills La-.liii;;. far freight shippcti via iau Francisco, of Messrs.
tili.l l.-n c Willi-tms, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman V Co.,
New Yirk. Messrs. Mcltuer r Merrill, Apents for iteular
lispatcl Line, at Sin Francisco. U'.lT-ly
Dealer in General .Merchandise, Island Produce,
$c., and Commission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of coxls required y ships and others. The
highest price piven for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Bills of. Kxch iiige ut reasonable rates
Hilo, February 3. 1561 2.3-ly
Sugar and Molasses !
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
For sale by
C. BREWER & CO.
.'F.gs ii k: II i. v (;h;zK powder.
Cases Indian Kitle Powder,
For sale by (UU-Cm) C. BREWER & CO.
-g PAIR NO. 7 FAIRHANK'S PLATFORM
JL SCALES, on wh'-ls lar;:e size lately received.
Fr sale by (319-Om)
C. BREWER & CO.
IRON FLOWS, HAY (TITERS,
Ox Yokes. Seed Planters.
Uj Bows, Cane Cutters,
C.rin Cradles. Garden Rollers,
Planters Hoes, WhielS.irrowa,
Cultivators Teeth, lirindstoiies,
iS.irden Kakes. For sale fry
SlC-Cm C. BREWER ii CO
Suar and Svruj) livgs.
V AND ( A Is. EMPTY KECS.-
9 For lie by (HWm) C. BREWER .V CO.
Co-partnership Notice !
R. II. A. P. CARTER II AS KEEN THIS
a,.m. uay a jniiiteu as a partner in our .
C. tilt .ii r. iv & Co.
Honobihi. Julr 1, Is.VJ ".m
F LO RUNS ST A P E N II O R ST,
gent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of ln derwriters. All
averase claims aptinst the said Underwriters, occurrini: in
or about this Kinir.loui, will have to be certified In-fore him.
3Iiitu.il 3Iarine Insurance Company,
riMIE I'XDERSIGXEl) HAVING BEEN
ML apjiointed Airents lr the above company, l-p leave to
infonn the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A R I N E I N S U R A N C E POLICIES
on Carpo, Freight and Treasure.
II. Il.VCKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, March, 1SG2.
1 1 A M 15 U It C. 1 1 - II R U HI U N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rjJMIE CXDF.RSIGXKB, Airents of the aove Com
jL pany, are prepared to insure risks airahist fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS & CO.
Hono.ulu Oct. 11.1S57. 30-ly
OFFII-E : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and llattery streets.
rgMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
& to issue " Marine Insurance policies," each beinp respon
sible for tlie sum written on the Policies apainst his own name
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
Jons Pabkott, iJamks PoSAHrK,
Gkouos C. Johnson, William E. Bakp.on,
N. LrsiNO, -James Otis,
J A ( K.S PlIKI.AV, ! J AMES B. IlAGfilN,
Lakaykttk MlVSAl'.D, J. Moka Moss.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO. Apenls.
Honolulu. 11. I.
ilTIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
Vt the aliove well known and popular Hotel, has opened it
ia, on the
- Iix"S4t of Timo I
As a FIRST CLASS HOUSE.
The house has been put in thorough repair. The rooms and
beds will be kept always clean and niry, and made as comforta
ble as careful attention can make them.
On the table will always be found the best the market affords.
The Proprietor is determined to extend such accommodations
to those who will patronize him, as will give the utmost salisfac-
tlOQ' A. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
N. B Ladies may depend upon Mrs. THOMPSON sparing
no pains to make them comfortable 313-6m
ON II4.ND AXH 'OR SALE, Frli TJnlic.l
Pilot and Navy Bread ; Soda, Suzar, Butter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties providing their own Hour, will have it baked up on
the lowest terms.
ST Ship bread n-baked. MI LEEK'S BAKERY,
ai9-3m Corner Queen and Richard Streets.
XTS 1 X
OF ALL THE
Y TIIE LAND COMMISSION IN OAHU,
MALI. HAWAII. M'H.OKAl ASI KAl A I,
In one Volume price $i 50. To 1' had at the Office of the
3!6-3m INTERIOR 1'El'AilTM ENT.
Tamarinds Wanted !
tf. lorl)S TAM
I 1 I 1 1 J? V will be purchased by the undersipned.
For those in the shell, they will pay 3 cents per pound 5 without
the shell. 5 cents per pound.
310-om FREDERICK HORN A- CO.
JURE VINEGAR INQ.UART DOTTLES,
made from Uananas, py .irs, .uorns, naum.
TOMATO KUTCHirP, in qt. HOTTLKS,
Made by Mrs. Morris, Kaiihi, for sale by VIDGE
N. B. The Ketchup and Vinegar, made by Mrs. Morris, are
much better than any imported.
Groves & Bakers Improved Patent.
I HAVE FOR SALE ON E OF
.... . ti 1... :...(.:... m -w.i.;
, . . V - - -cf - t
I with all the new improvements, including the
It is a strong well-made anl superior machine and perfectly
new. This is a rare opportunity for a family to obtain a Ppd
one at cost. PRICE 1 OO.
Mr. OEO. W. VOLU
S ITE OF SAN FRANCISCO, II AS T A K EN
charge of the Bindery, and is prepared to execute alj
orders for binding-,
Pnm phi !,
1 Hunt rated Xrwpnpfr,
Old Book, if.
Particular attention paid to refunding? old and choice books.
Mr. V. bavin? hid manv years experience in book-binding in
all its branches, hopes to receive a share of the business required
in Honolulu. ... . , . ,
Orders from the other islands, should lw nccompaniisl with
particular directions, as to the style, ami, if the work is to match
volumes previously bound, a sample volume should be seat
with tJic j' b.
Orders mav be left at the liook store of II. M. Whitney, or at
the Bindery, in the rear of Rev. Mr. Clark's resiince. nejonu
the Stone Church.
tJ The Chil l's Picture Bxik of Birds.
" Picture Book of Animals.
" Bible Picture Book.
" Picture Fable Book.
Price I 2 5 cach.-For Sale by
RED, WHITE AND IJEUE
MOV NOTE AND LETTER PAPER
mid envelops just received and for sale by
11. JJ.. II 1 1 .1 C I .
Next Door to H. Dimond & Son.
rIIF. I'NDF.RSIGNED HAVING RKCEIV-
U e.l his NEW I'llOT-MiUAI'Uie APPARATL'S. has en
tirely refitted and renovated the Rooms f.-rtn. rly Tnp:ed by
H. Stanfrenw.ild. M. 1., (oiore recently by Mr. E. D. I'urand,)
and hoj's, by strict attention to the tastes and fancies of hiscu
unners, to receive a share of the public patronage.
Tlie Cartr Ip I'Lttt iu either plain or fancy styles, put up
neatly aud with dispatch.
J. W. KINO,
"Jl-ii.i KlfiT street. nt dvir to II Diuiond & Son.
pufllimts anij Jiral estate.
Cottage To I-et !
T II E PLE AS NT T W O - R OO M E D
Cottage, centrally located on Fort Sreet, lately occupied
bv the undersigned. Possession piven immediately.
Terms low ; apply to H. M. W H1TN t .
TO KE liET !
Iwelliiisr I-Ioiisos I
SUITABLE FOR LARGE FAMILIES.'
AMERICA HOUSE ON RERETANIA
Street, lately occupied by Captain Green and his fam
iiy, with or without, the two cottages in front.
The spacious House on Waikiki Flains, lately occupied by
Mr. J arret t, with its out-houses and large enclosures.
Eutrv immediately. Apply to C. C. HARRIS,
SJl-om Attorney at Law.
Just Received ex "Comet!"
Ami for sale at (lie Lumber Yard
S. H. DOW SETT,
rjptO N Cl'F.U GROOVED BOARDS,
ROUGH RED WOOD BOARDS.
SURFACE BOARDS, AND
322 2m SHINGLES.
S. Iff. OWSJETT,
IS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH BUILD
ing Material of every description at the lowent Market
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard ou corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 323-Gm
FfMIE UNDERSIG NED WOULD HEREBY
i pive notice to his customers, and the public generally, that
he is prepared to sell every description of North West lumber in
quantity, or by small lots, as cheap or cheaper than any other
lerson in the market. In other words, he wants to sell, and
won't be beaten. (320-3m) C. U. LEWEUS.
i M SHAVED WHITE EASTERN
OL'vJr shingles, warranted to cover 100 square feet to
A new lot of the favorite cottage siding boards.
Pine clapboards, 12 feet long aud 1 inches wide extra thick
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, J inch, a new and very
JVith an assortment cf White and Cofd Paints.
3H-oiii For sale by C. II. LEWERS.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
m k3m a, an oiwa am 1 niiiu.-i,
00 Window Sash, all kin. Is,
100 pair Blinds, all sizes,
12 Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
19-r.ui C. II. LEWERS.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
75 Dbls, Hawaiian Deef,
M'arranteil, Tacked and Cured in Turk's Island Salt.
31S-Cm . CUAS. BREWER, 2d
Teas ! Teas ! Teas !
A SUPERIOR SELECTION OF TEAS, via
" Comet" Ooloi p,
" Comet" Choicest Breakfast Souchong.
Choice Basket Tea, 1-Ib baskets.
A variety of good Cheap Teas,
At the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
321-3m A. V. CART WRIGHT.
Cheese ! Cheese ! Cheese !
CHOICE CALIFORNIA CHEESE. PER
" Comet' at the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
321-Sm A. D. C A RT WRIGHT.
Crackers ! Crackers I Crackers !
Jenny Liud Cakes,
At tlie Family Grocery and Feed Store,
C21-0m A. D. CART WRIGHT.
Bacon ! Bacon ! Bacon !
-1IIOICE CALIFORNIA BACON, AT THE
Family Grocery and Feed Store.
321 3m A. D. CARTWRIGHT
Cider Vinegar ! Cider Vinegar !
& SUPERIOR ARTICLE ON DRAUGHT,
at the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
321-3m A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
Oysters ! Oysters !
AMIJLEN 5c BAKER'S OYSTERS,
sa.ijo, xc, sc., per " Comet,"
At the Family Grocery a-jd Feed Store.
C21-3m A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
Coiijstiint on Hand.
RECEIVED FROM MAUI AND KAUAI,
on the premises of the undersigned, and for sale by
30-3ni vos HOLT it JJELCK.
BOOT & SIffOE
T II E U N D E R -
signed would respectfully
inform his friends and
the public generally, that
he is prepared to
MANUFACTURE BOOTS & SHOES
..II ta-l. f-.i.ir t-oir. .rttti . erlll
" GEORGE CLARK,
223-3tn Hotel Street, North West of Nuuanu.
Sauerkraut For Sale !
IN ANY HI AXTITY TO SUIT PURCIIAS
ers, and l superior qual.ty, by
r.22 3in Corner Hoe nnd Maunakea Streets.
Of every description to order, in a thorough workmanlike man
ner. Having just received, ind made arrangements for a con
stant supply of the best French calf skins, and every other
ili-cription of material necss iry for manufacturing the best
art iele. t.e feels confident that he can trive jrood satisfaction to
THOMAS C. THRUM,
STENCIL CUTTER, COPYIST,
. . . a s y . .
Ornamental Foil Letterer,
Fori Street, opposite Hip Odd FrIIw' Hnll
JBoot and Shoe Maker, arti
Nuuanu St., west side, above Hotel St.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
and di?MtU.-u. 16-ly
farpciilcr, ISuiUlrr, Umlerlaker and
dealer i mmmm
Call and Examine my Stock, before
Purchasing l'Isew licro, !
At my tiliop, oppoalle Cn r I tvrijjUt Fred Store,
Fort Sfreel. 312-gm
CH Ta R 1LES CTN E I L L,
Cabiiiet Maker, Undertaker, and
and therefore solicits a share of public patronage.
Furniture of all kinds made, and old furniture repaired
Undertaking attended to with dispatch.
French and Varnlah Pollening done in the best
ALSO On hand
GOLD 6t KOA MOULDING S,
8uitablc for picture and other frames.
3 22 -3m
JTAIIES .1. o'o.rvEi.r.,
PracUcnl House and Ship number.
ft HYDRAULIC RAMS. LIFTING Force
Pumps, It Uli Tubs, Wash Stands, Water Closets, etc.,
jhL';3 CUeil up in the best manner. All work done at the
very lowest rates and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Workshop on King Street, in s;iine building with fleo. C.
F. II. & O. SfiOEIiKEiV,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
. MANUFACTURERS .4X1) DEALERS
fdL:i In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
EST Ship Work promptly executed. JZ&
Cr TT 1ST S JN J- I T II.
THE UNOERSIfSNF.O REGS LEAVE
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly occupied
bv O. Siders, and is ready to execute all order iu
his line withneatness and ilispatcn.
p. sj. l'articularattentiou aid to repairing Sewinjf Machine
JAMKS A. HOl'l'KR,
2S5-ly Kaahumanu street.
WtVI. H. WRIGHT,
WOL'LI) RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
pubiic that be is prepared to Manufacture
Turbine or any other kind of YVnler Wheel,
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders for any kind
solicited and promptly attended to.
Koloa, cU 10, IStSl.
IROlvf WORKS I
fUIE UN DERSIfJXEI) IS PREPARED TO
W furnish IltO.N and lH'.As CASTINGS, and ail kinds of
Machinery and Smith's Work at the Shortest Notice and
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADK TO ORDER.
XT CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply of Anvils, Car
Boxes, Forge Hacks, Chain Stoppers, Siish Wei'hU, Store I'laU-s
and LininL-s, Iurn' Hells, Ace, Ac, kc.
2S2-ly THOMAS IIU0IIE8.
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAWLINS.
rfIIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
M. considerable improvtmenss in the above. Establishment,
be's leave to announce to his Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal, if not superior to the best imported.
N. K.-SOAP GREASE WANTED.
II VIVA 1 1 A Y SOAP FACTORY !
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
sbx-k of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the bet Yellow, Itrotrsi nnd
White SOAP, ALSO
?-!OTr,,r AND OIL, HOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. g. ?oap grease always wanted. 270-ly
C. K. WILLIAMS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
rf Ml E OLU STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
M the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Kn
Boards, Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahopany Veneering.
A larce assortment of Gilt Moulding, and lare suted Qluss.
A variety of Hocking, Dininir, Oflice and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and mao. to order. 3-0-ly
JAMES A. BURDICK
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
t. hi new COOPERAGE on the E-planade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity or return-
ins his sincere thanks to his friends and tin
9 public in ceiier.il, for the suport aud patrou
itmm ge which they have l-en pleased to grant
.:. r.., t. ,.ut iru vpan .-iM.l Im.ik s thrit by attention to i.um-
ness and promptness in the execution of nil orders lntruned to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He lias on hind forsale upwards of IOOO bll.f I
of all sorts and size. u-i-
"SSSk 1IF.GS LEAVE TO INFORM
ffVP?!! "i" friends and tlie public generally, ttzt
C(rj Sl -icjS'J ue has oix'iied the axve line of business.