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Tbe bark Comet sailed about 12 o'clock on
McJ.iJ. taking ajrge list of pu'ngers. The
crowd on the wharf to witness their departure was
larger thn urI, anl reri.inl-d us of steamer day
in Su Fmncio. She carried also a heavy cirgo,
consisting wholly f domiic pro-luce, which appears
to arrie here more freely than it finds export. The
quantity of sugar store J here now is baid to fee larger
than at any time for ten years past, and probably
two or three ves.els could be filled with this article
and other produce, if any t'einand existed for ship
ment abroad. Our communication from San Fran
cisco appears new to be reduced to that afforded by
the packet line, and fr this reason we truat the
agents at Iwth end of the route will keep their Tea
sels moving constantly as possible, and with as
short stoppigos in port as may be consistent with the
Uitte.v dt a cu.iks. j iw uay? ago, as Borne
natives were fishing in a canoe off Palama, a shark
came smelling around, having been attracted thither
by the blood of a S-th thrown into the sea. One of
the fishermen coolly took a rope, made a noose, and
put it over the shark's head, and took him in tow.v
The L.oce working lofcse, the native drew the fi-ib op
to fa-ten the rope on tighter, when, not relishing ?o
much familiarity, the shark snapped off his hand at
tbe wrist and swallowed it, escaping from his captors
in the confusion which followed. It is strange with
wh it coolness the natives handle these savage fish,
thinking nothing of jumping on their backs, and
taking a ride through the water at a locomotive
speed, or of catching hold of their tails with the hands
or with a rope, and having a hand to tail combat
with the. It's rare sport, to be sure, but rather
A Emptt Iick-T For a wonder, there was not
a ease before the police ourt on Monday last, form
ing a striking contrast in the appearance of that
room on the day after holidays in former years.
There wn a kanaka arrested on the fourth, for
furious horse-riding, but the arrest was evidently
uncalled f r, and he was released. We neither saw
nor heard of a single case of drunkenness on that
day, which indicates either that there is less liquor
drank, or the publicans more religiously conform to
the tenor of the law and their bonds than formerly.
Whatever may have been the cause, the improved
condition of public morals generally, and of tbe
police court in particular, is a subject of general
St-PBEMC Ocbt. The July term of this Court
opened on Monday, bnt adjourned till luesday,
when Kaaikaula, charged with having killed a na
tive in Waialua, as published by us some weeks
since, was put on trial. The case went to the jury
last evening, which, about half past 7. brought in a
verdict of manslaughter in tbe second degree.
U all. The subscription ball on Friday evening
last was a pleasant affair. The assemblage was not
lare, some forty or more being present. The hall
Cole's auction room was elegantly decorated with
fl igs and festoon", and really looked brilliant.
In North Carolina tenpenny nails are passing cur
rent at five cents each.
Gen Siegel has been recalled to Washington, and
has been assigned a very important command.
The Richmond Enquirer admits that the rebel
confederacy has arrived at the verge of a precipice.
Wetf fur ward -march ! says Prentice.
The hotels in New York are filled to overflowing,
and it is necessary to telegraph or write a day or
two in advance, to obtain accommodations.
Ten thousand cows are required to supply Boston
with milk. The quantity of milk annually consumed
is 5.8I0.00, gallons at a cost to the consumers of
SI. 03 1, 200.
An English naval officer frieudly to the North,
reports that Commodore Maury has organized a
scheme fi.-r capturing the United States squadron iu
the Mediterranean, with some new rebel iron clads
now nearly ready for use.
The amount of money expended for the schools in
Ch.irletowu, Mass.. during the past year has been
S37.217.7l. On the 1st of January there were 37
schools with 'J'J teachers and 4 ,714 scholars. Tbe
sal.tries of the teachers have ranged fiom S 1,400 to
Down in Mississippi pins command two dollars a
piper. At this rite it is no trilling matter to keep
the Southern ladies in pin-money.
A tall chimney at the iron works in Worcester,
ww removed lately a distance of 150 feet, without
dislocating a brick.
The Richmond W'hi sajs the rebel soldiers every
where exceed the Yankees in plundering. This is
probably one of the excelling qualities of the
Quite a number of ltdies in New York and a few
in liostnn. have ventured to appear without crino
line. We bpe the ladies will i ot take iu sail at nee;
let them grow small by degrees aud beautifully
Four bas-reliefs of colossal dimensions have been
brought to liht in the course of the excavations in
the ruins of IS tbyhm, carried on under the au-ices
if the French consul at Utgdii. They contain
allrgoriatt (inures, and long well preserved cuneiform
inscriptions. Several biualler sculptures represent
scenes of Assyrian life.
The debt of the Confederate Government is 800.
000.000, and the Charleston Mtrcury estimates the
yearly current expenses of the Government in the
future at 81.000,000. r about S7 a year to each
man. woman and child, while and black, in the
12,000,000 of population, eight cr nine times as
much as any tax ever levied in Lscuth Carolina.
The exact complexion of the next House ofRep-prerei-tatives
is not yet definitely settled. There are
ulreiJy elected 85 Republicans and 74 Democrats.
The f 'Mowing are to be elected : Vermont, 3 ;
West Virginia, 3 ; Maryland, 5 ; California, 3 ; Mis
souri (vacancy), 1 ; Kentucky 9. Total 21.
The new organ which has just been imported for
Music Mall, Boston, is described as a splendid affair.
Its cost when finished will be upwards of SG0.O0O.
The directors of tbe hallexpot that it will of itself
be a considerable source of iucome, and claim it to
be incomparably superior to any instrument of its
kind in the country, and not surpassed in the world.
Steamboat regulations in California are quite dif
ferent from those in the Eastern States. There are
no berths free all must be paid for. Each article
of baggage given into the porter's hands and checked,
is charged twentyfive cents, otherwise they are not
responsible, according to their own regulations.
Artificial Siamese Twins. An experiment was
lately made at Strasbourg to effect a flesh union be
tween two animals. Two white rats were chosen,
and a wound being made in the side of each, they
were bound together. Union by the first intention
was found to have taken place on the sixth day.
jVfter being released from the bandages, the animals
wa'kel side by side. An injection thrown into tbe
j jgular vein of one was found to have entered the
superficial femoral veins of the other.
Mr. Francis p. Knight his been appointed Consul
at N-Chaung. China. He is a Boston boy,"
the son of Manas?. Kuight, a well-known merchant
of Boston, and has been engaged as a comm.ssion
rnl shipping merchant for eeveral years in China
TTnd Japan. New-Chaung U one of the Northern
ports lately opened under tbe French treaty, and
Mr. knight was the first American who established
Tnc Adams' Express Robbery. Tbe efforts to re
cover the S 97,000 in Government securities which
were stolen from the safe of Adams Express Compa
ny near Baltimore in April have been most successful.
All the parties (nine in number) concerned in the
robbery have been arrested, and are now confined in
Fort Mcllsnry. All but S5.000 of tbe securities
were recovered, either from the persons of the thieves
tr from places where they had concealed them.
How the blessings of civilization do ramify them
selves, to be f ure. In London for instance, you can
have a private electric telegraph wire put up between
your own house and that of a friend or relative, at
any distance apart. By the aid of this wire commu
nication, laJies can gossip without spinning street
Shanghai, the name of one of the principal ports
in China, is compounded of two Chinese characters,
translated shan and kai, and correspond in mean
ing with the English words above and u-aUr. The
native population is one and a, half millions, and
there are about ten thousand foreigners.
Harper's Magazine ha3 been a good institution
for authors and engravers. The proprietors have up
to this time issued over eight thousand illustrations
in its pages, produced at a ccet of two hundred and
fifty thousand dollars, anJ the entire sum disbursed
to authors, nrtisis, mechanics and manufacturers
has been fully two millions of dollars.
A London paper says, at present 110 mails pass
through the pneumatic dispatch tube from the sta
tion to the district post office during tbe day, and
not only letters, but trucks of iron of the weight of
five tons have passed, and adventurous visitors now
and then perform the journey to their great delight.
The three squadrons of British war vessels now in
North American waters, South America and on the
coast of California amount to a total of fifty-four
ships, with a tonnage of C'J,130 tons, aud carrying
J51 guns and ll,fj7 men. This was the force near
the close of last year, and it has been considerably
augmented since tlott time. These vessels are all
well found and supplied.
Chicago, May 15. The Springfield, 111., Journal
states that R -ss, Steel & Co., had contracted to build
three hundred and fifty miles of the railroad to the
Pacific. Tbe division lies between the boundary of
Kansas, beyond which the Union Pacific Railroad
will properly commence. It is imended to have
f,rty miles opened tbe present year. In addition to
the land grants by Congress, it is said the company
have secured by purchase from Indians over half a
million acres of valuable lands on the route. The
whole line through Kansas is to be completed within
four years from date. The contracts for rails, spikes
&c., are already made, and the work will be pushed
on vigorously, without cessation.
Hard Up. JefTDivi, incited thereto by the re
cent bread riots, has issued a proclamation calling
upon the southern people to plant corn and other
f'd for man and beast, instead of cotton and tobacco.
He confesses that the rebel army is on half rations,
and that the supplies for animals arc in a worse con
dition th in those for the men. He actually boasts
that several important (oints have only been saved
from capture by the concealment tf the fact that
there was no ammunition with which to defend them.
The rebels have played a game of brag all through
the war, but it is a game that is about played out now.
Skili.fi'L SfRGERT. The surgeons at Washington
lately performed un operation on Gen. Tower, by
which a flattened fragment of a bullet was extracted
from bis leg. The main portion of the ball was ex
tracted from his leg. The main portion of the ball
was extracted after the second Bull Run battle, but
bis wound refusing to heal, his physician concluded
that some portion of it was left. Surgeon Clymer
applied the probe invented by the French surgeon,
Nelaton, to meet Garibaldi's ca-e, and found a piece
of lead an inch long, and half an inch wide, the
ragged and irregular edges flattened against the bone.
The end of the probe is armed with a kuob of bisque
or glazed porcelain, which is constantly marked
when brought in contact with lead. By the aid of
this instrument burgeon Clymer ascertained the lo--
cation of the fragment and extracted it successfully
The head gunner on the pirate Alabama is one of j
the most accomplished artillerists that was ever iu i
the British Navy. He was paid of? and got his dis- i
charge a few weeks before tbe Alabama sailed, and, j
instead of enlisting in Her Majesty's Navy took a !
commission on the pirate at the very round sum of j
two hundred pounds sterling a month, in gold, which j
at the present price of Confederate paper is the mod- j
erate salary ol torty-two thousand dollars a year. !
We see the following quoted from the Southern
Literary Messenger for January 18G3. This is j
plain talk : !
" That benign institution of Slavery, which it is
t.ow the pride and glory of the South to ascribe to
divinity, and which has proven to be next to the
devoted patriotism and undaunted resolution of her
sous, the great element of power in the Confederacy,
will prove in preventing too heavy influx from
foreign shores, of that class of population devoted to
meuial pursuits, another bulwark against those ten
dencies to Demociacy, which have been the Pandora's
box of disintegration aud ruin to all republics."
Tun Cmm0 ItrncLMON. The Taiping movement
still evinces signs of vitality the progress of affairs
tending in favor of the insurgents. There is certain
ly a large Imperial army in the field intended ex
pressly for t perating ngaiust Nanking. This force
would have acted in concert with the disciplined
Chinese known ns Ward's men, had not the circum
stances which resulted in the suspension of Burge
vine. Ward's successor, occurred. The Taipings are
known to be in great force' at Nanking, and being
well armed and provided, can only be dislodged by
artillery. It was for this purpose that the eo-opera-tion
ot the force of disciplined Chinese under Burge
vine was required and hence it was that the undue
urging of Burgevine to start upon the expedition,
caused the misunderstanding between him and the
Manrains, which resulted in tbe catastrophe that led
to his suspension.
The Casithor Tree It is something more than
a wonder that a tree, in itself so valuable, in its
productions a neces ity so alsolute. and so entirely
Misoeptible of successful cultivation in the U. States,
bhould to long be totally neglected by our agricultur
ists. As the camphor tree is quite as hardy ns any
of our apple trees, "there is, perhaps, no good reason
why it should not succeed well where ever the apple
tree will Rtt w. It is indigenous to all parts of China,
Japan, Formosa, Burm ih, Chinese Tartary, and
flourishes even as far north as the Amoor country ;
but it is found in the greatest abundance aloug the
eastern const of China, between Amoy and Shanghae.
In the districts of Kwang-tung ami Fu-cheiu it grows
in dense forests, tbe trunks attaining a size equall
ing that of any of lur North American forest trees.
The principal matket for camphor lumber is Amoy,
vliere some hoard are thirty i:ches iu width. The
camphor gum of commerce does not in any case
exude from the tree, as has been so generally sup
posed, but is obtained fiom the leaves, twigs and
smaller roots, by distillation.
Good Words. At the great meeting held in Man
chester to protest agaiust the laxity of the British
government in tbe case of the Alabama, Professor
Newman and Goldwiu Smith, R?g us Professor of
History at Oxford, both men cf high academic and
literary repute, took the ground that the government
was responsible to American citizens for every iota
of damage done by Confederate war vessels escaping
the ports through its own want of vigilance. "u
man," said Professor. Newman, "should be elected
to Parliament who is not iu favor of paying an in
demnity to the Americans for the losses indicted by
tbe Alabama." No nation," said Goidwin Smith,
arguing the same point, " ever inflicted upon another
a more flagrant or a more maddening wrong. No
nation with English blood in its veins had ever borne
such a wrong without resentment. The case of the
Alabama bore no analogy to the case of sale of muni
tions of war. She was uoc like munitions of war
exported to the territory of the purchaser. She did
not go she was never meant to go into a Confed
erate port ; up to this moment she had never entered
a port in the Confederate territory. Built and
equipped in a British port, manned by British sea
men, with the English flig flying, she went forth to
cruise from an English port against the commerce of
our allies. That was the substantial grievance of the
American government, aud no technicalities of the
Solicitor General would make it otherwise than a
ITiOUTIIKIIAXA PLANTATION-. A Coop
" er who h-n not tmplovt-il at his trade, can be useful iu
dot n c rougn carpenter work.
C. BREWER & Co.. Agents.
Kinir Stt. near Castle k Co jke's Store.
rjAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND AND FOR
K.JI sale Calimrnia anil Hawaiian Lime, Cement, I'iaster
fans. Rricks, anil several other articles in the building line.
Roof covered with Slates or Composition and warranted water
Orders from the other islands thankfully received. 27 l-3m
The cabinets and people of England, France, Aus
tria and Prussia were very much Agitate! and alarmed
by tbe situation of affairs in Poland.
The sympathy with the Polish cause is more and
more spreading throughout Europe, and threatens,
if the war lasts much longer, a general explosion.
Mr. Carlyle has completed the fourth and half of
the fifth an 1 concluding volumes of the " History cf
Frederick the Great." He dwells with less amplitude
upon the latter part of his hero's caieer than he did
upon tbe commencement.
The eldest son cf the celebrated Wilberforce has
renounced Protestantism and united with the Catho
lic Church. Of the f ur sons of the gret abolition
ist, one only still adheres to Protestantism Dr.
Samuel Wilberforce, bishop of Oxford, who is accused
The Duke of Wellington was once refused admis
sion into the commander in-chief s office by a soldier
new to London; while King William the Fourth was
keot waiting outside a certain part of Windsor Cas
tle', through an official's ignorance of the royal
identity. "You can't pass, old un," said he;
' nobody's allowed to pass here after dark, except
the King and the lamplighter."
In England, the number of murders committed
annually for every million of inhabitants is 4; in
Belgium. 17; in France, 31; in Austria, SG; in Lom
birdy, 45; in Bavaria, 68; in Sicily, 'JO; in Rune,
100; and in Naples, 200. The portion of Europe iu
which murders are fewest is the dis:rict inhabited by
An accidental discovery made while examining the
iron prize steamers Amelia and Scotia, will help to
settle the l. ng mooted question, " how to preserve
shins bottoms ?" These are old steamers built on
j the Clyde fourteen years ago, but the plates were
; found to be of tbe original thickness and free from
oxidation. It is all owing to the fact that beneath
i the outside coaiinc the iron was covered with white
; zinC pict, and the zinc forming a
paict, ana the zinc rorming a ueposu na'i gsi-
vanized trie surface of the metal, that giving a per-
The Polish Qcestiox. A Washington letter savs
i Couut Gurowj-ki suggests and foreshadows the follow-
j ing solution of the Polish question :
' The pressure of public opinion may obtain from
' Alexander II. the restoration of the Constitution of
j 115 for the Poles. Alexander's character rather
J bends in such equitable direction. But as it would
be to-day absolutely impossible to give a Constitu-
' tion to Poland without also giving a Constitution to
: Russia, Alexander may be inspired to give a general
j Constitution to the whole Empire Poland included
a Constitution similar t-j that which unites Ireland
! and Scotland with England, or such as unites the
: various Prussian provinces, or the various parts of
I Italy. Thus the Poles would lose all reason for com-
i Rkcovery from Apparent Death. Cases of this
kind are by no means rare. The circumstances of
one, which I will name, were related to me about
twenty j'ears ago by a member of the Society of
j Friends in Nottinghamshire; and they were well
known to all his fa:u ly, in whose presence the rela-
tion wns made. It is illustrative of a strauge fallacy
! in medical treatment. A young woman had an
attack of virulent small-pox, and was tieated in a
j method once adopted by the faculty, even within the
I recollection of men living. The patient was shut up
! from fie&h air, for the doors and winJows were kept
closud as much as possible; and id addition to this.
with the v;ew of keeping the patient warm, the bed
j was covered with clothes and hangings. Under this
j treatment, the young woman I speak of, to all ap
; nearance. died. There was no sign of life. The
attendants proceeded to prepare the corpse for what
is termed laying out." As a first step they threw
opt n the doors and windows, and removed the hang
ing from the bed. They then washed the body; and
in this process, were startled by the signs of return
ing life. In a short time, the supposed corpse waa
able to converse. The introduction of the fresh air
j had revived tbe dying functions; and at the time the
reta'.ion was maue 10 iue, me wumau wua iivug.
This case was well known to many persons in the
In a recent address by the Provisional revolution
ary Government of Poland to the people, they use
these memorable words:
Our enemy could not crush ns by superior
force, and for two years has been trying to deceive
us by pretended concessions and reforms which some
persons were disposed to consider as serious, and
acted accordingly. They, however, soon discovered
the cheat, and became conviuced that no improve
ment was intended. At the present moment, not
a soul believes in the honesty of Russia, or supposes
that cooperating with her can benefit our country.
The people of the rural districts have ever been the
terror of tbe enemy, and all the efforts made to gain
their support by offering a partition of land through
the organ ot Wielopolski, proved worse than fruit
less, for it raised tbe question of emancipating the
peasantry without proposing any definitive ffettle
ment. The National Government has therefore de
termined to enfranchise the eons of our sacred soil,
and to give them land, at the same time that it com
pensates the present owners from the treasury of the
State. The National Government takes the responsi
bility of executing this measure, which will forever
put an end to the animosities existing between the
owners uixl cultivators of the soil. This is why all
the attempts to rouse passions against the insurrec
tion have proved abortive. The price of five roubles
per head offered by Russia for the blood of cur
brethren has produced no fratricides. The peasantry
all j tin the defenders of their country, and the blood
shed in the streets of Warsaw proves that our Jewish
brethren also Mde with us ! Therefore, be of gxid
cheer ! God is with us ! and we have the sympathy
ot good men of every land !"
This is to be one of the greatest revolution?, in its
vast consequeuces, that has been known. It goe; to
the root of the evil to the foundation of all society
to the land itself.
Sugar Plantation !
y.TIIK t'XDKKSlGNEO H AS COO ACRES
of l.in l situated at Hnm. K:isl Maui, 4 mik-s (rm the
llan.i Harlor, to which there is a kooJ har.l road. On
the lKve Und th?re are over "J00 acres which can be plowed.
There ii jdetity of wo d on the land for boiling, &c; 60 acres
are clearl and ren ly hT the jiU-, and could be planted with
cane at a small exjiense. There is on the hind a frame house,
st'ck yard 6 rods by o, a hop pen about J acre in six", ant a
garden a'ut an acre fenced in with stone. And owned by tl.c
undersigned there are 4 yoke ef oxen, ox-cart, plow. Ace., &c.
There are adjoining the land two or three hundred acres of
Government land, (tnauka.) nearly the whole of which could be
plowed. Cane in this district tasels, and tmist be ground otT
every year, which makes loO acres her, etjual to 100 a.-res iu
Makawao and other places.
This is a gol opportunity lor any person wishing to engage
in t.'ie cane business. The undersigned will sell out entirely or
will go into partnership.
1'. J. ETKEL,
G71-3:q liana. East Maui.
10UR ! !
4lTouiigr Hector' and ' Comet,'
CASTLE a COOKE.
Just Received per bark ' Comet.'
For sale by
3C9-21 B0I.LE3 ft Co.
ruMlK IXDEUSIGXED BEING A BO FT TO
m. leave the country t-r n indefinite time, has appointed
Young rheonp and Achu, by letters of attorney, to act jointly
for him during his absence.
Honolulu, June 23, 163. oTO-T.ui
rVHK UNDERSIGNED APPOINTED EX-
1 ECTTUK of the last will and testament of Chas. Drewer
21, deceased, which w a? admitted to Probate on the 20th in-tant,
hereby give notice that he h ts assumed the tru-it. and that all
persons owinsr debts to the said Chas. Brewer 2 l's Estate, are
required to psy the same to me ; an 1 all persons having any of
the Estate rf the said Chas. Erewer 2J in their possession, are
requested to deliver the same to me.
F. S. PRATT.
Executor of Chas. Erewer 2d.
Ilonolulu, June 22, 1563. aTO 5i
I'ST RECEIVED BV the bit. "COMET."
cico, a new and splendid a.eor;ment of Hoods suitable for this
market, and consisting in part as follow :
Pickets Tea of very superior quality, grass cloth Hdkf.
White, plain and figured l'nnnee ll.lk.f-). ladies black Veils,
Crimson plain and figured I'onpee Hdkfs, Muslin Ildkfs,
lilack silk KiOtn, China loose silk lrawers, (Pajamas.)
EAdies Woolen Shawls, Wo..le;i Shirt.-, spotted and fancy,
Orass Cloth, Nankeen, Cloth Caps,
19 bills. California Herring,
50 " Superior Salmon.
For sale at CHUNG HOON 'S,
26vMt Next door to Messrs. Castle & Cooke, King St.
3IAUI FLOUR COMPANY.
NEW CROP OF WHEAT.
HAVE NOW IN THE MARKET AND
Fur sale at the store of the undersigned :
Kxtia superfine Flour,
Ground Horse Feed,
Wheat Chicken Feed.
A. D. CARTWRIGI1T,
O Id Fellows' Hall.
B O O K.S
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GATE EXTRA FLOUR.
" Bakers' Flour,
Field's Stewed Oysters,
Harrison's Fresh Oysters,
Fresh Yeast Powder,
For sale by
363-1 m S. SAVIDGE.
OAA BRLS. OF THIS UNSURPASSED
O a W J Cement.
For sale by
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Galvanized Iron Pipe !
FlOR WATER CONDUITS. SUPERIOR
to anv other in use and cheaper. For sale by
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pensables to household comfort and economy, should call
and examine those
cheap noiseless, simple ana eneemf macnines
(S6d-3m) C. BREWER if Co.
For sale by
N ASSORTMENT OF PAINTS,
sale low in lsrge or small quantities by
So-3ai C. BHtn tit & Co.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
ES S "37 JS iLU X !
CROP OF 1S63.
For sale by (211-6m) C. EREWER fc CO
II Y II. W. SKVKUANC i:.
EEAL ESTATE !
a.u iioitsi: 1
AT 12 D'CLOCK. NOON. WILL
be sold, the Sl'OUK and l.ANl, situated a I'a
waa, ilia Wai'.iki. lately occupied by Mr. Israel
Fisher, and contaii'.in al-out one acre, all enelosr,!. The
i.es can be occupied at once as a store or dwelling house.
2 god Saddle Mares,
1 4-year old Colt, broken to the Saddle.
On Wednesday, July 15,
At lO O'C'lork A. M.. nl Sale Room.
Will be sold :
Cases Manila Cignrs, Small Manila Rope,
Bags Barley, Cases Brogans, Hickory Shirts,
Regatta Shirts, Linen ami Grass Cloth Coats,
Penim Pants. Hoop Skirts, Umbrellas,
Candles, Saucepans, Wonien'3 Shoes, Spices,
Glass Tumblers, White Lead, Heavy Boots.
Rice, Groceries, Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar,
And a VARIETY of MERCHANDISE.
AT 12 O'CLOCK. NOON.
ON THE PREMISES. WILL BE
sold, 1 jeiir'n Irnoo of I lie Canton
Hotel mid l'rrui Inch, including the Store
and Howling Alleys, with privilege of an extension of the same
for a longer term, at a price to be uamed at sale.
The entire premises are now undergoing thorough repairs,
and will be leased by public auction, aniens disposed of prior to
the loth inst. 11. W. SEVERENCE, Auctioneer.
Rest English Hoop Iron!
OR KEGS AND BARRELS. FOR SALE
at very low rates by
JI. II ACKFELD & Co.
OR SALE BV
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
CRTIEXT ! PIPE CLAY !
nOR SALE BV
II. IIACKFELD if Co.
Liverpool Coarse and Dairy Salt,
OR SALE BV
II. IIACKFELD if Co.
1f P sTIlWl MANILA CIGARS No. 2
J e Vf X " VF Havana shape. For sale to arrive
per " COM ET " from San Francisco.
368-lui II. IIACKFELD & Co.
LATELY RECEIVED ier R A DUG A n lw
more of those favorites, inexpensive, reliable and iudispen
Bible, double thread SEWING MACHINES"
For sale by (361 3ml C- BREWER If CO
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
TOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE BV
MELCHERS if Co.
KUOKOA NEWSPAPER !
HMHE SECOND HALF OF VOLUME 2 OF
A the Hawaiian newspaper, KCOICOA, will commence
Saturday, .InSy 4, 18G3.
Foreigners wishing to furnish an entertaining newspaper to na
tives in their employ, or who may disire for themselves an excel
lent medium for acquiring the vernacular language, can obtain
it by payment iu advance of one dollar, (f 1.00) which secures the
paper for six mouths, to Dec. 31, 1S63.
Payments may be made to either of the agents on any of the
islands, or to the carriers of the paper in Honolulu, or to
Publisher '-Kuokoa" Newspaper.
N. B. The circulation of the Ku tkoa is nearly 3,000 copies
weekly, which renders it the best advertising medium in the
IT ox- Sale !
MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE CONSTANTLY
on hand and for sale at low rales,
In Bags or Ly the Cargo.
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
Agents for Puuloa Salt Works.
FIRE WOOD !
jgEST QUALITY OF
3X 3X TV 3E
OHIA FIRE WOOD!
For sale by
B0LLES & Co.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS FOR Mr.
B. R. W. Meyer, Molokai, woulJ inform the public of Hono
lulu, that the favorably known
"MEYER'S DAIRY BUTTER!"
Can be procured at RETAIL ONLY at the Stores of
3Ir. James Steward, Hotel Street, and
JlrvS. Savidse, Fort Street,
Where this Butter acknowledged to be
The vcrj best made on (he Islands,
Will always be found fresh !
3T0-Cm voxIIOLT k. IIEUCK.
Crop now coming in. For sale by
369-3m ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
UST RECEIVED, AXD FOR SALE.
II. M. WHITNEY.
ME k 1
ii v j. ii. com:.
TO-MORRO A V !
Friday, July 10,
At lO o'clock, A. M., nl Snle Rtn.
Will be sold, n vrtmf nt of
General Merchandise !
Confuting In part cf
Brown Drill, Soft ShellcU Almond, Brown Cotton.
Hamlin k Baker oyster, Cndle. Teas,
Hickory Stripe, Crushed Sugar, ' Peniui,
California Flour, California Chert. Caodlra,
Silki, Corn Starch, Tain Killer, Blarkinr,
Card Matches Boxe Blue, Chamber, Jack Knivrt,
1 Carriage none, 1 Cart Homo,
1 Cart, 1 Top Buggy,
ALSO Barrel Sugar,
he., c, Ac.
Per " N. S. Perkins," from Victoria,
China Mattinp, whit atd chewed,
English Yellow Soap, in 28 and &C lb. loxe.
To Close Consignments,
Figured Orleans, black and colored, Silk Handkerchief,
Blue Serge Shirts, Cotton Umbrella. Silk Neck Tie.
Blue and Black Broad Cloth, Terfumery.
Fncy Bounds, Leghorn Hata,
Wool Bags, Sheathing Felt,
White Lead, Roofing; Felt,
Green Paint, r
BOOK AND JOB
Is acknowledged to possess
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
JOB PRINTING TYPE
Of any other office
IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS,
And is well adapted the
sb SUPERIOR PRISTS!! !
O J? ANY SIZE,
On a " YANKEE CARD PRESS."
Hotel Bills of Fare,
On a New Kuggles' Job Press.
&c, &c. ice.,
On an Adams' Power Press, in the most
unsurpassable style of the art,
BARELY LIVING PRICES !
C Having long enjoyed the conSJence and pat
ronage of the public, in our business transactions, we
take the opportunity to return our heart-felt thanki
for past favors and respectfully ask a continuance of
CT CALL AMD EXAMINE SPECIMENS AXD TERMS.
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
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