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faIi and (jrcdit Contracted.
HIE (ll.EMT frV'TLw.
1. The cre.Jit pjst'lm r uts a fictitious j rice i:joii
all irufcrty it tilr-s from the wa- of tlnj
l.J'jn.r ami alL- t-i the trice of whut he buj.
I.j infill of I!" i?wua it Lad driven uj ric d
t-n timt-9 ln'fi'T thai they ouht to !. there
neither labor, value, :nr mn' to r rcnt thta;
.2. The rrwJit "j't-jm ij.rstroys the healthy divi-h-i
of latwjr. !
'. The credit ."j?t!iu is a great Larrier to use
ful indu-stry men who will i.-t l.tfr, in the
it-ire to em-ajie the tF'.-cts of the s-nteiiee lo earn
th.ir bread by the wcat of thtir bruWd, eDter
bu."ineM by this tlo r;
A. The credit system orns a wide dor f-r
rogues and ewindlersH a fertile field for schemers
and all who lay fad and with the interests
of their fell jw men. j
j. The credit system is gur jrted entirely by
the laborer, for there; is n value without labor.
I!y means of usury, it robs the laborer and gives
n jthinir in return by means of iarer money, it
tiin4 rs with his wags, putting into his hands a
worthless currency, liable at any moment to be
C. The credit pjstern cannot establish, in a
pintle instance, the fa of wctsxily fr a course
of borrowing it is A system injolitic to the
community, cruel tj the jor, antagonistic to the
ijuit and f-eace of its' own followers.
7- The credit pystni is one of unmitigated
p-verity to the Iabrer, bringing t Mm not one
meliorating influence! to soften his lot. Every
dollar lent on interest is just an additional weight
on the back of labor, j
8. The credit eysteni is one of commercial feu
dalism, exceeding in intensity of bondage, the
serfdom and slavery of the dark aires, for there
are not even now the r rovisions which self-inter
est on the jiart of the barons and lords threw
around the condition of their serfs and retainers.
It has, in the middle of the 10r.lt century, loaded
the An,;lo-.Saxon race ep.-cially, with a bondage
as hard, and a slavery' as cruel as that of Egypt.
9. The credit pystoin is a vagrant system it
stooT'S l'jwer than the ragged lyirjraron the street.
Is it not a pitiable sight to see a man, whether
j'o.sijcafced of one thousand, ten thousand, or
twenty thousand rounds, bowing lefore a fellow
mortal for the loan (ethnically called dixcount
inj a ill!) of a little : more money just that he
iaav g'iin a little mriioliI?
10. The credit system is the grand enemy of
L-iboR it is a complicated, a disingenuous, a
II. The crtditsysteju gives rise toall"r.anics."
III. The credit sye'em introduces a delusive
medium of exctange. : A promise to pay, how
ever g'od, can no more discharge a debt or recom
pense a Kile, than a jood resolution can do so.
True, gools are exchanged by this medium, but
all the while it acts just as a counterfeit would
do, and the moment! credit is gone (or rather
money wanted,) the arer money is found to 1j
aa bad as iwwter or lead or something worse, and
those vaults which imagination filled with un
numbered wealth are! discovered to be as empty
aa the skull of Yorick;
THE CASH SYSTEM.
I. The cash system! keeps all property at its
real Talue it gives thq laborer the full value of
h'u work, and be buys his commodities at their
true worth. IJy preventing paper issues, it se
cures at one a favorable rate of exchange and
keeps our gold amongst us.
II. The caelt system secures the healthy division
of labor by withdrawing all fictitious and artiG
cial support, by closing the field, in large meas
ure, against ticcuIatorf , by compelling all able
bodied men to labor jwith and for their own
means, and by preserving trado-from the influ
ence of undue Competition.
3. TLe cash system is the friend of industry
by driving all idlers it the field, it greatly in
crease production pl.jnty abounds, low prices
prevail, the resources of the poor are augmented
and their condition greatly improved.
4. The cash system i an honest system, under
which rogues and swindlers would" speedily re
quire to decamp to parti unknown.
5. The cash system if the effectual safeguard
of the rights f.t lalnr4 IJy its means, every
laborer icho adds to the. Arralth of the community
would receive as good Ks two dollars where he
now only receives one. ! Labor is now worse off
than it was oOO years ago. (bee HalLuu s His
tory of the Middle Ages.)
G. The cash system adds greatly to the peace,
prosperity and Social happiness of the community.
7- The cash system is the friend of lmk, and
is the only one which can ever yield to it a true
position, or accord to it a just reward.
y. The cash system secures the true freedom of
all it destroys the dangerous and despotic powers
of inonied corporations its tendency is to pro
mote a true equality it raises our poor from tho
condition of retainers and tenants to that of free
men and freeholders.
0. The cash system is one truly independent
pays its own way, aud spurns the dolings out of
commercial charity. j
10. The cash systen is a simple, open, and
ingenuous system. j
11. The cash systei is an effectual barrier
against all panics."
12. The cash system Introduces a metallic me
dium of exchange, the worth of which resides in
its own essence, and wltich Tirars in its nature the
source and stamp of its' genuineness and authen
tieity. SOIETJ I I XG ZNTliTVr
I O I .1IAC1IIXES !
flMIK r.M)KKM(;KI IS PREPARED lo
m. m.ike mwhm' ftT manufacturing 1VI for botue Con
sumption or i-k.r f.r h!p ur. The I'oi is made by the
DKichino in uc it clr-ir.ly Bunwr, that tLe tu-.'st delicate pvrson
can tin. I no bull.
The p;T of the'- machine will be vrry rrunctM'. On
dre.Jy mode ci be --eu Ly c.:ioc at my tux'. J'trs-u-
w ml, log U Lave them made to urr wiil .-a- rail on
1 PETER RICHMOND.
In Alikea Sc. opposite th fesidence vt Mr. Win. Btc'.hy.
1'IKS! I'liftS! PIES!
fllUE IMIKKSlCNfil) RKSI'KCTf'ri.LV
A. inb.rm the pub'wc of i:ttlu!u in proem, thai he will
Lave from this day, every Bori.jng, at lo o'clock,
EXTRA GOOD HOME MADE
Miisrcii pies i
AnJ a' a'.J ntZitr
I KHIT CRIST 11 KS!
li'itfln. Re-Uurants. ConV-e Sallows. Boarding and Private
ll'uwi. Orders jnrnlualty attended.
; FRED. IIOKN,
Corner Kin and Maunakra rs.
Horolnhi . 2. i .i2 lta
flMIE UNIERIGNEI vn.r4 im rch ask
A at the Bct Maskft Ikh k
(oat Skins, ':
Old Copper and Composition
For Shipment !
I The SiM'Wicn Island. During the last few
days a stall has been fitted up near the d-part-ru-nt
cf the Ionian Islands which represents the
lit -t and irvt distant eeho in r'-sj-onse to the
invitation given t all r.ati'-ns and xj 1 s to ex
hibit their natural and artificial products under
the dome of S.iuth Kensington. The Hawaiian,
.r, as they are better known, the Sandwich
Island, were un represented in l"ol, owing to
the collection made there not reaching England
till the Exhibition had finally closed, the voyage
by a sailing vessel occupying five or six months.
'Jin's ye:tr a similar fate threatened this remote
group" in the I'aciGe, and it seemed likely that tlie
name of Hawaii would only le known in connex
ion with the International Exhibition of 1C2 by
a pair f silk banners in the nave, and a foreign
conimr.-sioncr with nothing to do. Fortunately,
Lady Franklin, who has been making a visit to
the islands, arrived lately in England bringing
with her a small collection of objects of interest
from Honolulu, leaving some other and more im
portant specimens to follow ; but these have not
reached London. As this collection was made
without any reference to the Congress of National
Industries, it by no means represents the progress
which the islands have made during the last few
years in a commercial point of view. The
llawaiians grow sugar, coffee, and riee of very
fine quality, and they also ship hides and tallow,
but, finding profitable markets on the continent
of America, this produce never reaches England.
The only two products of mercantile value shown
in Lady Franklin's cases are pulu, a silky fibre
surrounding the base of the rachis of a large
fern, and which is extensively used both in the
islands and in America as a eulstitute tor wool
and feathers in stuffing mattresses and pillows,
and the root of the awa plant (ipcr meyhysti
ciui.) from which an intoxicating drink, having
also medicinal irorertie3, is rreTared. The chief
interest consists in the collection of things passed,
or passing away, and things which belong to the
new era of the North l'aeille. Thus we have a
beautiful feather tipiet, and a kahili, or feather
ed wand, denoting rank and office: necklaces of
Colden iluuiaze: a weighty collar formed of
braided human hair, suspending an ornament
carved from a whale's tooth ; a sleeping mat of
fine grass, and samples ot kapa, or native cloth,
made from the liber of the morns jmpyrifi ra,
together with the instruments by which it is
manipulated and colored. In contrast with these,
we see modern grass hats much in the fashion of
Paris and lndon, which are worn by the native
ladies ; and highly colored cotton prints from
Manchester, showing the existing taste in dress
of the country population, which has not yet
advanced to the silks and crinolines worn in
Honolulu, and in other seaport towns. More
interesting arc the literary specimens exhibited ;
the New Testament, translated by the American
missionaries in the islands, aud printed in Ha
waiian and English in parallel columns ; the
entire Bible, books of mental arithmetic for
children, and an advanced book for adults, a
child's primer, and an atlas, all in the Hawaiian
language. Beyond these we see a volume of the
statute laws of the Hawaiian kingdom in English,
two or three newspapers, both native and English,
published at Honolulu, and copies of the King's
speech at the opening of the legislature in the
present year, and of the constitution by which
he rules. There are j-ortraits also of the .Sove
reign and of his Queen, which are, however, y
no means flattering, since King Kamehameha 1 .
and Queen Emma are said to be a really hand
some couple. We see, too, boxes made" of koa
and hail woods, susceptible of and showing a
high iolish and of first-rate workmanship ; speci
mens of vitreous, cellular, and other kinds of
lava ; sulphur from the crater of the great volcano
of Kilauea, and a piece of lava rock taken from
the spot where Captain Cook tank under the
blows of the natives and died in 177S. A color
ed map of the most celebrated eruptions hangs
on the wall. Among the minor, though not least
interesting objects of modern Hawaii, we observe
the official seal of the new diocess of Honolulu
(erected at the King's urgent solicitation that a
branch of the English church should be establish
ed in bis dominions.) whose first bishop, the Hev.
Dr. Staley, was consecrated last December by the
Archbishop of Canterbury, who has just embark
ed with his family and assistant clergy for the
interesting field of his future labors.
ftew Woods New Woods
And other Late Arrivals.
Messrs. Grinbaum & Co.
nAVK NOW ON SALB AT T II KIR Ob!)
TAN1, in Make" IWuck, the uiu-t siierir an. I vuriol
READY MADE CLOTHING !
Iroivrtml expressly fur the FALL TRADE, consisting of every
Cloth, Cassimere and thin Coats,
Doeskin, Cass. 6c Summer Pants,
White, Fig'd Satin & other Vests,
Hats 6t Caps, in great variety,
Boots and Shoes.
And the best assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods!
Ever importe.l ic this market, which they will sH
At Prieos sis Xiosisiiallo
A similar UikmU can he procured at any other hiu.e in
Tlutock has all ben s leote.1 ly our Mr. HEVMAX, who
ha just returned from the East, and wfixse well known ilicrim
inatiorj jn selecting for thia market. Is a ur- cu.irantee that all
can find aiij and every article th-y may ilt-sire.
TT Mater and flivr of Shiis will do will to give n. a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
THE ISLAND TRADE
Supplied on the moat Reasonable Terms!
iX CEL. LENT CALIFORNIA POTATOES
-A at A. 1. C A KT W K I o" 1 1 X'?,
19RIMK CALA. fl
A. I. CAKTWRIOIir?,
of Havton's Ol.brab'd mak at
A. I. CARTWRIGHTV.
SUPERIOR NEW CHEESE.
Asrt-1 Cr.rkcr, at
A. D. C A KT WRIGHT'S,
Fort St ret t.
f 1IIOICE TEAS. A LARGE VARIETV
felifiit Ground Coffee
V. d,ar l..rk,
oiok-.l Salmon, at
RES II CO It N MEAL.
Fresh Graham Flour,
Fresh Cracke.1 WLeat,
Fresh Buckwheat Fl mr, I-land mak-'. at
A. D. CAKTWKIOHrS.
0J4-lm Fort Street.
ITIOR SALE AKOCT IOOO KAUAI MADE
good siil-"inti.-l Vzi B , for Su
;u:ar or Salt . at
vns 1 1 I .T K HUTR',')
The Proclamation. Commenting on the
President's Emancipation proclamation a Cali
fornia paper savs : " If the people of the rebel
States do not see Ct to accept of mercy and make
their r-e;-; within the next three months, the
musf determined conservative in the land mmt
etultify himself auJ go bodily over to the cause
of treason, or admit the justice and propriety of
the policv forshadowed by the President. W hat
would have been laughed at as an idle threat
when the war broke out, and what would at
that time have been an act of doubtful propriety,
is now a matter susceptible of prompt accom
plishment, and a policy dictated by humanity
and justified by every consideration for the wel
fare of the nation. V"e shall be much disappoint
ed if the warning does not produce a wholesome
effect on the misguided people of the tjouth, who
have all along believed that we dare not proclaim
such a policy ; but if it does not, then we stand
acquitted before the eyes tf the world, when we
eay, let slavery and false Confederacy, foundation
and superstructure, perish in a common ruin.
We have lavished patriot blood, and wasted the
wealth of the land long enough, in the endeavor
to protect the civil rights and property of rebels
in arms, and we hail with satisfaction the an
nouncement that the time for temporizing with
treason is nearly over."
S. II. DOWSETT,
IS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH BCILD
nig Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, anil other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
EX LATE ARRIVALS
450 Ionrs, all sizes and kinds.
J00 Window Sash, all kinds,
1U0 pair Iilinds, all sizes,
12 lilacs Ioors and lSlinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
S33-3m C. II. LEWER3.
S. H. DOWSETT,
FFER FOR SALE A THE LUMBER
YARD, corner of
The following assortment of Lumber, at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
102,112 feet 1 irch Boards,
10,109 " Battens.
1S.41S 2 inch Plank?,
12.SSS " Tonq-ued and Grooved,
20,0G0 1 inch White Pine,
0,017 " "
6,027 " 1 "
5,011 " 2"
5,212 " 3 "
10,920 " Pickets,
14.1S5 2 by 2 Joists,
12,977 " 2 by 4
25.0-10 " 3 by 4
10,012 4 by 6
G.090 6 by 12 "
The hiteution of country dealers is respectfully solicited to
this flue assortment. 333-3m
OFFERS FOR SALE
THli FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
IVX 33 XX CD XX -A- NDISB s
nEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE,
W hale Line, Kutlin add Seizing StufT,
Ilone Yarn, Cu'njr In Ilncks,
1'aU tit and Pushed I'.l'icks, assorted.
Mincing Machines Try Work Gear,
Try I'ot. Coolers,
. Gig Irons, Lance.
Copper Pump, thieve,
Prand's Whaling Guns and Lances,
Ship and I'.'Mt Compasses,
Si;o;il and 1'oat La;iterns,
Ships head and Tank I'mnps,
l-irge and small Force Pumps.
Topsails, T. O. Sails. Knyals, Sjiankrr, Staysail,
Two gangs Lower and Topmast Kigging, nearly new,
Chain Cable, Fluke and Kin Chains,
Head Straps, IIoop Iron,
Coopers Hivets, Hammers and Drivers,
Cixrs & Carpenters' Tools, One new Whale Boat,
Anvils. Cabin TaMe,
Hooks and Tliimbles, Can and ISoat Hooks.
Jib Hanks, Composition Nails,
New Books Just Kecrire d !
TEW LETTER WRITERS.
SewalTs trdeal or Free I jtor in West Indies,
Cook's Cavalry Tactics, 2 vols.,
Williams' on Executors, 'a vols.,
Tennent's Natural History of Ceylon,
LongMK.w's ami Wads wort It's l'o-njs,
Tennyson's and J. G. Saxe's Poems,
John Doe anil Richard Iloe,
Magician's Own IWk and Reason Why,
lool SonL'3 and other Sing Itooks,
Webster's Counting House Dictionary,
spiers French Dictionary,
Prison Life In Richmond,
llowring's Matins ami Vespers.
Whittier's I'oems, vols.,
Moiirt 's Poems.
Mrs. Drowninu's Iist Poems,
Autobiography of Dr. Carlyle,
Harper's Hand Book of Kutv-an Travel,
Teinwrnce Ta1-s and Hearth 5tne Reveries,
How to Write, How to Talk and How to Behave,
Together with a great variety .f other new and late publica
tions, too numerous to mcntien.
Just Received by fferdtn it and for sale bv
It II. M. WHITNEY.
loO X31)1sj. Ooiiient,
Warranted the best in the market.
For sale by
HACKFF.LD fc Co.
Coiisitnutl.v on IIiiikI-
RECEIVED FROM MAUI AND KAUAI,
on the premises of the nndersigned, and for sale bT
vos HOLT a: HEL'CK.
WHOM IT M A V
leave thi Kingdom for a while to visit the I'nited States of Am
erica, and ail, and every erson htving any claims against the
underii;ne,, are reiueste, to make them known for adjustment
Immediately. LI THKK R. M AC M BKU.
S pt. -Jvh, 16J ZXi-lm WaU.hino, Kau.
I71RKSH CRANRERRIES lO-snl. Krs.
llamhlen 4- Baker's Oysters,
Half bbls. Clear Pork,
Vineirar, ic., &c A-c.
Foi sale bv
WILCOX, RICHARDS Co.
1 E IT KNOWN AND MADE MAVIPEST
to all whom it may concern, that after tins .iati-
L -V NISH i 1 ' I
will be the only legal currency in money transactions w:th the
Government of this place.
F. LA CORTE.
Ouira. April 13. lr.;. :V2 Cm Cnvrnnr.
B I M HP U
f. mmi i
OFFER FOR SALE
TO AEEIYE !
FROM HAMBURG !
Tlie Cargo I
OF THE HAMBURG BARK
"LAURA & LOUISE!"
Dry Goods A:c.,
TIIITK GROl'M) PRINTS, NEW STYLES,
T Dlack and white prints, new styles,
Fancy prints, new styles,
Pink and yellow prints, new styles.
Two blue prints, new styles,
Turkey red cottons, brown cottons,
White cottons and shirtings, union cheeks,
White cotton and linen drills, fine linens,
Fancy and mourning muslins,
Tape check muslins, black coburgs,
Victoria lawns, various qualities,
Union and cotton sheetings 11-4, 12-4,
Linen and union tabl damask, white,
Brown, bleached and drab moleskin
Dlack, plain and figured alpaca,
Blue figured alpaca, fancy cotton velvets,
Superior Hack silk finish alpaca,
Worsted lasting, black, blue and green,
Jtlue twilled flannels 20-inch,
Superior white flannels,
Huckabuck Ji.id linen towels,
Linen cambric handkerchiefs,
Fancy printed cotton handkerchiefs,
Printed Turkey red handkerchiefs,
Muslin hdkfs., fancy printed borders,
Thi!eU, blue, red, white and blue,
Black aud blue broad cloth,
A small invoice of black broad cloth, of very sup. quality
manufactured from Hawaiian wool.
Shirts, Hosiery, &c,
Red flannel shirts, hickory shirts,
White cotton shirts, white linen bosom shirts,
A large assortment of fancy cotton shirts,
Silk and lamb's wool undershirts,
A large assortment of silk, Lisle thread, Cotton stockings
Children's cotton socks,
Men's grey and white merino socks, -Checked
Pilot cloth pants,
Black alpaca coats, Water proof coats,
White marseilles vests,
White linen drill pants,
Plain black silk, figured camlets, asst'd colors.
Black silk neckties and handkerchiefs.
White cambric silk handkerchiefs, printed border,
Alexander's kid gloves,
Black silk umbrellas,
Black silk hat ribbons,
Black silk lace falls.
Gent's florentine straw hats,
Gent's I'aris felt hats,
A large assortment of ladies' bonnets,
Ladies' and children's straw hats, new styles.
Superior Engl'h hogskin saddles, complete,
Imitation hogskin saddles, complete,
Bits, worsted saddle girths,
Spirits Wines Ac.,
CMiuiiM Holland gin. in baskets and cases,
Claret in hogsheads and cases, fi Co,,,
Suierior London porter, in qts. and pts., (Barkley Perkins
Bottled ale in quarts and pints,
Superior English draught ale in hogsheads, viz: Bass If Co.
mild ale, Burton Brewery Company, Jeffrej-s,
Rum in casks.
Ifardiraic, Cutlery, Are.
Best English refined bar iron, round and flat,
Best Euglisli hoop iron, J, I and 1 inch,
Iron tinned Saucepans,
Tin Plates, IC, IX, IXXX, charcoal,
Razors, Sail Needles, Needles,
Pen and pocket knives,
Coco handle butcher knives,
Knives and forks.
Pins, Crochet Needles,
Fencing Wire, No. 4. 5, and C.
Crushed sugar, in hlf. barrels,
Vinegar in Demijohns,
Best Russia tarred bolt rope and cordage,
English Sail Twine,
Seizing stuff, fiaglines,
Spunyarn, 2 and 3 thread,
Swedish Tar, Coal Tar, Pitch.
Boiled LinsctM Oil,
Supr. English white lead and zinc paint,
Black paint, Vermillion,
Green, blue and yellow Paints,
Be?t English hemp canvas, No's 1 to 4.
Russia heavy and light ravens Duck,
Blocks, horks and thimbles,
Yellow metal sheathing and nails,
Copper pump tacks.
Crockery & Glassware.
White granite plates,
' bowU anl chambers.
Cut bar tumblers,
" Goblets and decanters,
" Champagne, anil Claret and Sherry glasses.
Blue, grey and white woolen blankets,
Russia crash, Bed Quilts,
100 j cs. heavy Burlaps, 40 inches,
Lubin's Extracts, Macassar Oil,
Buffalo I'ressing combs,
Ivory tiMith combs,
Mens' white Berlin Gloves,
White linen tape,
White, brown and black linen thread,
Blue cotton thread,
A large assortment of Children's toys,
Gilt fiamed mirrors,
Paris Fans, Ladies reticules and work-baket.
Caf hmere tables and Piano covers,
Ladies embd, skirts.
Mother of Pearl buttons,
Black and white bone buttons,
" " " metal " frames.
A small invoice of oil Paintings and Engravings in gilded
Hide Poison, (60 gallons water to 1 g-illon poison)
Printing paper, Letter and note pa-r.
Steel pens, l-.-a I pencils,
French blacked calf-skins,
EM.LISII PORTLAND CEMENT,
Liverpool Salt in Oak Barrels !
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
Honolulu, Au?. 14. 1S52,
Kills of Kxcliaiiure
11 REM EN riiiI
In sums to suit, for sale by
S3Mia II. HACKFKLD tr CO.
Maps of Virginia.
FEW LARGE MAPS OF THE STATE
of Virginia, and the seat of war for sale, price Jl oo.
Also Expected 'J 'be Cviiei , a few or Lloyd s Map of th
Southern States, price $ 1 .r0
32 II. M. WHITNEY.
Slioolts ! Slioolcs ! !
Sugar kes: Shocks, Syrup keg Shooks,
MANUFACTURED FROM THE CALI
FORNIA White Fir Wood. These Shooks are of su
perior quality, and can be sold by the undersigned at lower rates
than any other shoots unporteu into inis market.
Orders filled m quantities to suit purchasers.
3G0-3ui WI LCOX, RICH ARDS & Co.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
leased the Patent Slip and heaving down
wharves for a term of five years from the Gov.
ernmeut, is now prepared to execute every kiuil of s.p work
and general repairs of vessels at lower rates than in any other
Dort of the Pacihc.
A large and well selected assortment of Munts metal, spars,
canvass, cordage and every other necessary ror repairs on snip-
Dimr. constantly on baud and for sale on moderate terms.
The Patent Slip can take up a vessel of about 600 tons unload'
ed. or one of from 00 to 250 tons loaded. Tlie cradle is about
110 feet long, taking easily a vessel of about 160 feet in length.
The heavimr down wharves are resiiectively 204 and 207 feet
long, and have been built so as to heave down two large ships
at a time. (Signed) tlUAU WKlAUt.il.
Tahiti, June 30, 1862. 333-3m
NEW GOODS !
G. BREWER & GO.
ARE SHORTLY EXPECTING
OF THE AMERICAN SHIP
IJURDITT, MAST Kit.
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
Bales Amoskeag Denims,
Bales Manchester Denims,
Bales Brown Drilling,
Bales Brown Shirting,
Bales Shirting Stripe,
Cases Blue Cottons.
Bales of Bags,
Cotton Duck, assorted sizes.
CAS l-i 8ADDLEUY,
Plows, assorted sizes.
Steel Plows, assorted sizes.
800 Bdles. Hoop Iron, assorted sizes.
Assortment of liar aud round Flat Iron,
Iron wire, galvanised,
Cut Nails, assorted.
Clinch Nails, assorted,
Yellow Metal Sheathing and Nails,
Bbls. Pork, Boxes Sxxla,
Hlf. Rbis Pork, Boxes Saleratus,
Qr. Bbls. Pork, Sage,
ybls. Vinegar, Curry Powder,
Bxs. Yeast L'owders, Ketchups,
Tobacco. Sour Syrup,
Cassia, Corn Starch,
Cheese, Hams. Lard, Soap, Sago,
Tapioca, Mackerel, Codfish, Nutmegs.
Au excellent assortment to be sold at Reduced rates.
Oak Pla ik.
Treenails, &c, &c, &c.
Per "li ABUGA"
IRTLV EXPECTED FROM RONTON
irect, a gool assortment !()IAlt LAMrS selected ex
pressly for this market,
Palm Leaf Hats,
1 case superior TOYS J.X1J FAXCY ARTICLES
For sale, by C. BREWER & CO.
(i II II II V
IJnjr ! fx ii u ii v ISasrs !
FEW RALES TO ARRIVE PER " R A -
DUG A." For sale, by
333-Sm C. BREWER tr CO.
Doors ! Sash ! lilimis !
A SELECT CONSIGNMENT DIRECT
J:. from a favoi ite manufactory, and consequently for sale
reasonably. (Itta-Jlni) C. BREWER if CO
PARREL SIIOOKS AND KEG SHOOKS.
MM At low rates if delivered from the wharf, to arrive per
'jRADl"GA." For sale by
3-"i3-3in C. BREWER is CO
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CKOI OF 1SC.
For sale by (324-Cra) C. BREWER & CO
Notice to the Public!
Tlie City Marltct
!?U,HAVIXC UEEN R EOPENED fH53r?
'TfP under the charge of Ma. Kdwird Wies- L4Zjf
MvwuLLib sex bach, and will be supplied with the -iXTZflL-very
Beef, JIutton, Veal, &c., &c,
From tlie celebrated herds of R. MoTit, Esq.. and of the Waimea
Grazing and Agricultural Company, and at the lowest market
Honolulu. Sept. 11, 1362. 329-3m
AN EXCELLENT SE
2m. and strong. For sale hy
:al press, NEW
H. M. WHITNEY.
FIELD & RICE,
No. CI PEARL STREET,
BARXVJI W. FIELD. WILLIAM B. RICK.
A. 1 12YUK12TT,
Messrs. McRfFB Mkrrili.,
" C. W. Brocks Co.,
His Er. R. C. W v i.i.i k
Messrs. Alprich, Walker 4- Co.,
B. F. Ssow. F-sy.
J. C. SPAI.MSU,
S GR1FF1TTS MORGAN.
C. 8. HATHA WAT.
r. r. stoie.
MORGAN, ST0XE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Pan Francisco, CaL
T. S. Hathaway Esq New Bedftnj
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye, u
Swift At I'errv, " "
Urinnell Mint urn & Co., New York
Forbes Esq., Boston,
Perkins & Smith.
Daniel C. Waterman Esq..
CHA3. WOLCOTT BROOKS, W. FkANK LAPP, EDWARD F. BALL, JR.
CH1S. W. BROOKS & C0M
123 Sausome Street, San Francisco, Cal.
1JART1CULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase, Shipment and t'ale of Merchandise ; to For
warding and TransWpment of Goods ; the Chartering aud
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiatioa
Exchange on Honolulu in suras to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
B. F. Snow, Esq., Honolulu
Jas. HritNFWKLL, Boston.
Hksrt A. I'kircr, 41
Cbas. Brewer, '
Thayer, Br'.cham & Fikld,
C. Brewer & Co., "
J 8. Walker,
II. Hackfklp & Co., "
Bbmj. Pitman, Hilo.
Prrros & Co.,
Swift & Allen. New Bedford.
D. C. M'RCER.
iicsuji:i: .V 1mI:iu:im,.
ss 1 Bk bb mm bi 4 a bl m m mm b. m m m abb wm -w i
;a t' ji. aif ii AiijA.-T)
AGENTS OF THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Packet t.
CT" All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich Islands,
will be received and forwarded by the "Regular Dispatch Due
PRKS OF COMMISSION.
Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other exchaRge, In
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, tuppy
ng whaleships, chartering ships, etc.
117 and 119 California Btrcet,
REFER TO :
Captain B F. Snow,
Messrs. C Brewer if Co., Honolulu,
.1. J. SOUTIIGATE fc Co.
Importers & Commission Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
UNION WHARF, VICTORIA, V. I.,
REFER BV PERMISSION, TO
Davidson k Co., Bankers. Sau Francisco.
" Daniel Gibb & Co,
" C. A. Low ti Co., gan Francisco.
Cross r Co.,
" E. Hoffschlakukr & Stapkxhorst, Honolulu.
31 - fim
Cordage lsiotory !
CORDAGE OP EVERY SIZE MANUFAC
Tl.'RED to oriier. Constantly on hand, a large assort
ment of MANILA AND UklMI' LOJ'K. fall sires.) Bal
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, &c, for sale by
TL BUS 4-Co.,
214-ly 139 Front Street, Iran Francisco.
E 1ST Of 1st A.'V IE TR, ,
WEDDIXC VISITING AM) IIUSINESS
Cards, Si-als and other engraving cut to order.
O" Agent in Honolulu, Dr. SMITH, Dentist, where prices and
Specimen Cards may be seen. 319-om
STEAMERS FOR SALE!
THE N I E R S I G N E I HAS
s-ver:il M:H :iod lKCON D-II A M IKON
and W(OI) PA DDLK and SCREW STEAM
ERS ON SALE.
Price of New Steamers, ull-powered and classed A 1 of
Lloyd's, 22 10s. Sterling per ton register, and complete for .
Orders for Stores promptly shipped.
R. SORTON PARRV,
21 Camomile Street, London, England.
I2X LATIi ARRIVALS
From Europe and the Eastern States,
LAKUK INVOICE3 OF
To,s, ITixnay Goods,
Baskets, Wooden and "Willow Ware,
Children's Carriages, Hobby Home,
&c , ic, &c., &c.
AU of which are offered to the trade very low, by the case or
THfRAUER & ZINN'S
Nos. 30 and 322 Battery Street,
334-3 in Bet veen Comm. and Clay Sis., San Francisco.
A. F. BROWN,
w 11 mr n i
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
Ayn J GF.yF.RAL ASSORTMENT.
Constantly on hand and in receipt by every Packet.
STREET, San Frurinf.
Grover k Baker's Improved Patent.
I II AVE FOR SALE ONE O
' Orovt-r & Baker's " lel S"wing Macbio
with fill the nw iinpn-vemetits, includinj the
It In 9trnnp well-maile ivn.I suoenor inMChine and perfect'
i m : mm
new. This is a rare opportunity lor a family to otiain m
one at cost I'RICF
H. M WUITNK
j'iiv tikmas wTERirorsr.