Newspaper Page Text
Pl HMMIKI' WKKKliV ISV I
UK.VKV M. Will TNEY.
HONOLULU, JI AAV All AX ISLANDS, JUNE- 1, 1SIU.
IF.U A XX CM.
vhol.l:x. 4 1
V 11 1.. No. 41).
From vur Kilra of Monday, 3iy 30t.
.A.i?rival of tlae
II.1MIUI1C DARK "lATIiilLU!"
18 Days from San Francisco.
Four Days Later Telegraphic News.
CJcn. Lec Falling: linck Toward
Butler Cuts oiT Communication Be
tween fieauregard and Lcc.
Sctlwick ami Wads
Gen. Sherman Advancing into
Gold JF'o.llinpr X5 X-2.
We are unIer obligations to Caj'tuina Babcock
and Waterman for papers, from which we cull
The San Francisco public give evidence of their
loyalty by shouts and cheers for the Union suc-
The Bulletin fays : The joyous excitement
caused by the news of (.rant's and Butler's On
to Richmond' movement, did not subside yester
day, but rather increased after our paper had
been well circulated throughout the city. Dur
ing the early part of the night it was a common
thing to hear cli-ers for IJrunt, lJutler and the
Army of the Potomac, at various public places,
atone passed along.
Nrtr. or Mnjf Slli.
Wasiiinc.ton, May $. The &ar fays that the
only clhcial information from the Army of the
Poiouiae w derived from a dispatch of the Medi
cal Director and Quartermaster to the respective
bureaux. The wounded, numbering from 0,000
to 8,000, were s nt from the battle-field to Ilap
pahannuek Station, and thence will be forwarded
to Washington. A fortiori of them have arrived
at Rappahannock Station. Few casualties are
rcriorttMl among tlu-m. t .eneral aays was Kinea. j
fitntrala Hancock, iregg, (jetty, and Owens j
were wounded. Two ot lurnide's aids were J
killed whilo carrying orders.
At the last dates Danks was at Alexandria.
Intimation having 1hcii given that he designed
leaving that iHition, positive orders from (Jen.
Jrant rerjuires him to hold it. With the pro
tection that the gunboats uG'ord, his force is
strong enough, under a comj-ctent commander,
to bid tie fiance to any force the rebels can bring
against him. Arrangements for supplies will Ikj
Tuadvi wi.h i-nirgy and celerity by (en. Can by,
wbo lias gone forward with special instructions.
New York, May S. The 7V.' correspondent
from James river 'the 5th, speaking of Jen. liut
h r8 movement, pays that tle project in which
the Lieutenant General, after a careful examina
tion, fully acquitsced in, was an advance upon
Richmond by the James river, to get a foothold
a near the city as possible on the South bank of
the stream, and intercept the communication
with the rebel Capital 8)utlnard, and eventually
comjel th evacuation by Lee and his army of
their strongly fortilied oMtion on theKapid Ann,
thus forcing the rebels to give Grant battle or
i-Jove rearward towards the Capital. The first
steps towards organization was made some weeks
frinee by concentration at Yorktown from various
J'-oats in North Carolina, thus bringing together
the great bulk of the Eighteenth Corps ; and
with trios nearly all the Tenth Army Corps,
under (Jilmore, were sent tolhitler to participate
in the movement. That Yorktown and Glouces
ter Point (both at the mouth of the York river)
should have been selected for the rendezvous of
these? troops, naturally led to the supposition that
an advance was to bo made up the Peninsula.
That thv deception might be doubly sure, a
brigad-i of Union troops was dispatched by Gen.
liutler as late as yesterday to White House Land
ing, where at &unet they were sedulously en
gaged felling trees and constructing a military
wharf, as if preparing to faeilitate the landing
of a large army. All light draft-steamers were,
until the last moment, kept at Fortress Monroe,
whence, early yesterday morning, they were dis
patched to York river, and the work of embark
ing troops, for which arrangements had been pre
viously made, began. Gen. Butler's orders to
subordinates required them to repair to Hampton
Koads as quickly as possible, where they were to
anchor for the night. At daybreak the advance
of the troops moved up the James, convoyed by
army gunboats under Graham, and five Monitors
and eleven gunboats under Hear Admiral Lee.
The cavalry branch of the expedition was com
manded bv Brig. Gen. Kautz, who, with several
thousand'white troops, left Suffolk at daylight
yesterday morning. The point at which he aims
primarily is Ilicksford, on the Petersburg, Rich
mond and Weldon road. Gen. Kautz received a
roving commission, and may penetrate as far as
Weldon, starting up the Peninsula. Another
pmaller cavalry force set out at the same time.
Their object was to create a diversion in our favor
by keeping the rebels excited and attacking out
posts. This expedition will try t, cross the :
Chickahominy at Bottom's Bridge, and make j
their way to the main body on James river. Gen. !
Butler has taken jossession of Wilson's wharf 1
and Fort Powhatan. The distance between the '
points is seven miles. Both of them are etrong !
positions. City Point became ours without a 1
struggle. The LTnion forces are securely planted j
in a splendidly advantageous position within lif- j
teen miles of the rebel capital. Before nightfall i
the greater part of the immense army will be i
disembarked. Our liue will stretch across the !
narrow strip of land, the left resting on James i
River : then passing over the Appomattox, the j
prolonged line will reach to the James again,
holding that almost insular position called Ber
muda. We are entrenched here, with lxth flanks
protected by gunboats, and can bid defiance to
the rebels. The position is also considered admir
able for seriously threatening Richmond. lice's
army is now between two fires, and should our
cavalry raid seriously impair his communications
south, starvation will bo added to his other
Ilarprr''s comments at' length upon the situa
tion, but owing to the meagre accounts of oper- j
ntiQns received thus far, are cautious in their
The Tribune says that it cannot undertake to
say from any information yet reeeivd that Grant
won a decisive victory on the Rapidan. Never
theless, it believea that, regarded ns a part of the
campaign, the movement and battles of the last
week are an assurance of dial success.
The lit raid says that from all thus far known
of the operations of our armies, we have full
encouragement, and it seems safe to believe that
we are successful.
The whole of Butler's operations south of
Richmond go on admirably.
The Times says : From all we can learn or
judge, we think a highly favorable view of the
battle and the results may be taken.
The World says : We await the result not
without hdpe, but still with much apprehension.
The llrrald has the following from Washing
ton the 5th : On Friday the attack was made by
Longstreet on our right, while the rebel troops
under Hill were hurled against our left wing,
composed of Hancock's corps. Warren's corps,
holding the centre was also en;azed in tho
assaults. The fighting continued with hardly j
any intermission for two days, but yesterday '
morning Ice having failed completely in his
object, withdrew from the engagements, leaving
tho Army of the Potomac in possession of the
ground, and large numbers of rebel killed and
wounded in their hands.
The lk raid's correspondence from James River
theTth, says: It is most positive now that the
city of Petersburg has been evacuated. A tre
mendous fire was raging in that vicinity. The
only solution we can give is that the rebels set j
fire to the extensive mills and factories located j
Xewn oT Muy f. J
New York, May 9. The news by specials is
meagre. The Tribune has the following, dated
A ashington, VI o clock : 1 rains of wounded are
on the way from Grant's army. The hospitals i
are reaoy ior tiieir reception.
A report from rebel sources says that Lee was
Cincinxati, May 9th. A special despatch
from West Yirginia announces the arrival of
General Crooks' command at Princeton. This is
a portion ofAverill's command, which was sent
out to cut the Yirginia and East Tennessee rail
road. The enemy, 12500 strongs, retreated, leav
ing their camp in our joeshion.
The Tribune says the situation may bo thus
epitomized ; On Thursday the Federals sustained
successfully the fierce attack of the bulk of Lee's
army. On Friday we attackinl and drove them
some distance, took all their severely wounded
prisoners and won a decisive victory. On Sat
urday there was no fighting, and Lee is believed
to be retiring.
The Tiiits has the following special despatch
from Washington, the 8th : The latest news from i
the army, reccivi-d here, is up to o'clock yester
day evening, at which time (.rant had fully
maintained his position. The fighting on Thurs
day and Friday was very severe, with skirmishing
only on Saturday. Lee's first onset was made
upon our left, but he then fell ujon our centre
and finally upon our right, where the hardest
contest tKk place. Here the rebels charged
upon our lines twice, but were repulsed each
time with severe loss. Hancock's corps charged
back twice, and at one time entered that position
of the enemy's intrenchments commanded by A.
P. Hill, but at l.-ngth was comi-.Ilcd to fall back.
Seymour's division of Hancock's corps was badly
cut up. Gens. Wadswortli and Bartlett were
badly wounded. The rehels were reported re
treating yesterday morning.
Cairo, May 9. From Alexandria, La., we
learn that the enemy attacked Greenville, a small
town opposite, but were driven back by the gun
boats. They had driven in the pickets in both
places several times. The Federal forces now at
Alexandria are reported at 35,000 strong. The
rebel force is quite heavy, under Kirby Smith,
Magruder, Taylor and o'thers. A flag of truce
with a demand for the surrender of Alexandria,
was sent to Banks the day befire the boat left,
with what result is not known,
Rumors from Nashville say tiiat Johnston had
retreated from Dalton to Atlanta. Sherman's
forces passed Tunnell Hill without opposition,
and are outflanking the reikis at Buzzard's
Sr. Iritis, May 9. The lUmncrat publishes
the following special dispatch i
Old Wilderness Tavern, M;(f C 9 r. M. The
most terrific battle yet fou-fnt closed to-day.
Lcc's entire army made repca d furious as.-ault3
upon our right and left wii&s. commanded by
Hancock and Sedgwick, wi, l temporary suc
cesses, but have Wen drivc back with great
slaughter. A simultaneous attack was made
aliout 4 o'clock in the afternoon, which was gal
lantly repulsed. Towards datjj; they concentrated
upon our extreme right, and .".ell suddenly upon
Sedgwick, crushing in his li, Sedgwick how
ever' succeeded in reforming line and securing
it against further disaster, :C 1 the enemy with
drew from the front undef cover of darkness.
Our losses have been heavcj Our army of to
day certainly baffled all ot-Visive efforts of the j
enemy. The almost impeiVrable woods, with j
which the battle was covta alone saea me
rebels from crushing defeat, '-is it enabled them
to conceal their movement almost perfectly
until the very moment of t!i. r execution.
General lugalls telegraph from Old Wilder
ness Tavern, half-past eleven clock on Saturday
night, that the enemy was said to be retiring.
General Butler telegraphs that he made a
demonstration against the railroad between
Petersburg and Richmond, and succeeded, after
severe fighting, in breaking the communica
tion. Beauregard commands the rebel forces at
Petersburg and Richmond. This authentic
account disposes of the statement that the rebels
evacuated and burned Petersburg.
The Democrat publishes the following : The
expedition under Gen. Steele, towards Shreveport,
has ended. A gentleman conversant with the
facts, who has arrived here, communicates the
following in regard to the expedition : Steele
found no stores to subsist his troops, and had to
reduce the allowance to quarter rations. As the
movement was to have been a co-operation with
the main one of General Banks', which had
failed, there remained no course but to return to
Little Rock. Price undertook to retain Stee!e in
Camden, while Marmaduke, with a strong force,
set off for Little Rock. Steele, for the protection
of Arkansas and its Capital, with its Union pop
ulation and millions of dollars worth of Federal
stores, and for the rescue of his army, broke
through Price, and set out to get to Little Rock
in time to save it from Marmaduke, who was
making every exertion to rout and bag the pro
posed game. At Sabine Fork it became necessary
to give Price battle, which was handsomely done.
The fight was protracted and bloody, 'lasting
three or four hours, and resulted in the complete
repulse of the enemy, leaving Steele to pursue
the exciting race with Marmaduke. The latter
approached Little Rock, throwing shells into our
army on the 1st. Shortly afterwards our caval
ry came up, and joining the troops at the post,
compelled Marmaduke to relinquish the under
taking. He made little resistance, as the main
body of Steele's army was rapidly arriving.
During the entire march from Camdin the troops
were constantly skirmishing with the enemy, who
hung upon their rear and flanks, strenuously en
deavoring to impede their progress. There were
no ambulances lor the wounded, and they had to
be left at the houses of the residents on the road.
Our informant represents Steele's cavalry as
deplorably deficient in horses. Price's forces are
still lingering in the vicinity, and stripping the
often desolated country anew.
St e Fourth Page.
II. W. SEVERANCE.
iLXJCTIO 3XT33T3I-t .
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Fire-proof Store, Itobinson's. Iluildin?,
QUEEN STREET, 1IOXOLULL.
Will continue business at the new stan.I. 371-1 v
J. II. COLU,
(SCCCK3.-50R TO A. P. EVERETT. J
At lua lute rooms. Queen Street. C9-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer nn! ne.ilerin Hardware, I ry Urxxl, TainU, Oils, anil
Ifuiwrnl 1 crthnnii lac, wt ttt. t " I i'ui . a .... n ..
H. VOS BOLT. TH. C. H KCC K
Von IlOI.TcV IIEITCrf,
lleneral Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oa.hu, S. I. 3"3-ly
II. IIACKFEI.I At CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oiihu, s. i. iil:5ily
J1NIOX, CJ RE EN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiiv-Proof Iuillir.gs, Queen s:reet.
Honolulu, Airil 1, H5'.. .573-ly
f i E O R J E C T, A R K ,
BOOT anil MHOEMAK ER. Hotel street, hetween Nuuanu
ami Maunakeii Htreets. 373-ly
c. II. lew Kits. - pickon.
L. EWERS & DICKSUX,
Dealers in Lumber ami ltuililinr Materials. Vojt St. Honolulu.
Dealer in Genera lMerchanilise, Ilii., Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Hills of exchange wanteil. 373-ly
Agent for the Itromen ami Irelen r.oanlof Underwriters. All
average rlaimn airainst the saiil L'lulerwriu-r?, oeeurrintr in
or almut this Kingdom, will have to he certified before him.
3 i 2-1 y
CHUNG HOON & CO.,
Commission Merchants ami kw:iI agents ApM.U for the
I'aukaa and Amaimlu Susar Plantations Importers of teas
and other Chinese ami foreign jrnods and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian produce at the new Stone Store, Jiuuanu Street,
lielow King. 412-ly
aT s. cleghorn,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof stor-? corner of Ka
ahumanu and Queen streets, opposite Makces W'k.
Also. Hetail establishment on Nuuanu street, above Kirie.
Xy Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 3sS-ly
E. P. ADAMS,
SHIP CMXIUER AXD HEALER IX GENERAL 'MERCHANDISE,
Irish and Sweet Potatoes, with other iccruits, constantly on
hand and for sale at low rates. 411-tini
o 1 1 rv
11 i rx
ALE and POUTER,
I. N. FEITNER.
Continues his old business in the Qreproof buiMins Kaahutna
Chronometers ratel by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention piven to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Charts ami nautical instruments constantly
on hand and f"r sale. 373-ly
CnAS. R. BISHOP. WM. ALDR!CH
ItISIIOI Sr CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of'Makee's Clork," on
Ka.'ihumanu street, ll.n jlu'.u.
Draw Kills of Exehan on
Messrs. Ubisnki.l, Mivti'hn t Co., New York.
Hknut A. PiKRf e, Esq., - Itoston.
Messrs. Morgan, Stone Co., - S in Francisco.
Vi'l receive d-ws'.ts. discount first-class business paper, and
nTIfllll lit ITOIMM'HII . c-n. . ' ...
(YSELCHERS & CO.,
Emioi-ir and ouistiiioii
AGENTS FOH THE
IlAMnrRon-r.REMKS Fire Ixsnusce Company,
Kaiwiki Sru a r "Plantation,
Tobky Si";ar Plantation.
Gi'stav C. Melciiehs. J. D. VTicke, F A. Sttmefkr,
IJreiueu. Honolulu. Honolulu.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Ckthinjr,
Hats, Caps, Koots and Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishinir Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied by V. A. Aldrich, Esp, in Makee's Jilock. Queen
Street. Honolulu, Oaliu. 3S4-ly
S. BE. DOWSBTT,
IS NOW l'KEPARKDTO FURXISII Pl ILD
iug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, and other islanJs solicited.
Lumber Yard on comer of Queen and Fort Streets. 403-6in
DR. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
I'.uorniAX.v, 31. i.,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's Plock, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 373-ly
II. STAXCUXWALI), 31.1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Late New York City lis)nsary Physician, member of the
Medico-chirurgical College, and of the Pathological Society
of New York.
OlUce. at the corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. Kesidence in
Nuuanu Valley, opposite that of E. O. Hall, Ksit. 3S3-ly
Of the Middle Temple, London,
23 arristor . -t Xj n, vv ,
Having taken out an Hawaiian License, and been duly admitted
to practice, will transact Legal llusiness in th? Courts of
this Kingdom. Xf Urnce over the "Polynesian."
Honolulu, April 23, lMji. 413-3m
V. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Harpwarf, Cctlert, Mechanics
Tools and Agricultural Implemknts, For street, Hono
ALEX. J. CARTWRKiHT,
Coir mission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu
Oahu, H. I fiPj1?
II. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN G EN Ell A L MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Oalm. II. I. 373-ly
h7 Y.LU D I N cton7
(srCCESSOIt TO F. S. PRATT & CO.)
Importer rnd Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, and
Malt Liquors, Charlton Wharf, Honolulu. II. I. 417-ly
" B. F. EHLERS,
Doalw In Dry (ioods .-iillcss,
415-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
CHEW LAXI) UROTIIERS,
IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS,
XUUjyif STREET, next door below A. S. Ci.emiorx.
Purchasers and dealers in Fungus, Beche-le-mer, Shark fin3
p.nd other Island produce. 411-ly
IIOXOIiULU ST E A 31 FLOUR 3IILL Co.
Proprietor. S. SAVIDGE.
W. A. ALPRICH, J. S. WALKER, S. C. ALLEN.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
A Rents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Princevillc Plantations.
b ' 3'J'J-ly
I C. WATERMAN V CO.,
Esiiecial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furiiishinjr of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howland, Jr., & Co., New Bedford
W. G. K. Pope, Esq., do.
Mc Kuer ii. Mkrrill, do OIO-JJT
H. A. P. CARTER
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu, Onliu II. I.
Jons. M. Hood, Esq New York.
.1 AMES II UN NEW ELL, Esq.,)
C'Iaki.es llarwEii. Esii.. ,- Boston.
Peiiick, Esi., 5
Messrs. McRi er .S: Merrill,
Chas. Woi.cott Brooks, Esq., J
Mkssrs. Wm. Pustac ic Co ,
Mksshs. Pkei.k, Hubbell & Co....
SAU L. N. CASTLE. J. B. ATlIEUToN. AMOS. S. COOKS
CASTLE fc COOKE,
Importers and Whol-sale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fireproof Store in King street, opposite th.
Dr. Jaynos Medicines,
Wheeh-r 4- Wilson's Sewinj; Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
Uaynolds, Devoe A; Pratt Importers and Manuracturers of
Paints. Oil anil Varnish, and Crystal Coal Oil,
C. Van Home & Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu, II. I.
His Ex. It. C. Wyllie,..Hon. B. t. Snow, Esq., Honolulu
Diinomd .V Son, 4i Thos. Spencer, Esq Hilo
H. Dickinson, Esq...Lahaina McRuer 4-Merrill. San Francisco
C W. Brooks 4- Co... San F. j G. T. Lawton, Esq., "
Tobia, Bros. & Co., " Field h Rice, New York
Wilcox, Richards & Co., Honolulu.
A. Ij 1j E IV & C O TV W A Y ,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
cruits as are required by whale ships at the shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. 373-ly
FARE WOOD ON HAND.
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase anil sale of Hawaiian
Pr mI uce.
1 efers by permission to
B. F. Snow Messrs. Aldrich, Walker k Co.,
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co. Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Messrs. Castle & Cooke., Messrs. II. Ilackfeld & Co.,
Messrs. D. C. Waterman.... Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co.
Dealer in General .Merchandise, Island Produce,
Sec, and Com mission. .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of evry
description of jroixls required by ships and others. The
h'jrhest price piven for Island Prxluce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo. February 3. W1 405-ly
WILCOX, EIOHAEDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers anil Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AGENTS I'OIl THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
I!nr! 'Comet. Cnpl. .In. M. fJreeii,
V ji ii Uec. Cnpl. .lolin I'hIt.
4 "Vonii4; Hector," C. S. Chadtvirk.
One of the above vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
AH of the above vessels have superior accommodations for
Passengers, for whom every comfort will be afforded.
Through Bills Lading, will be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight being reshipped at San
Francisco, on board first class clippers without extra expense
ShipiM-rs can a'.so procure at Boston or New "i ork, through
Bills Ladinc. fir freight shipied via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden & Williams, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman & Co.,
New York. Messrs. M. Ruer V- Merrill, Agent3 for Regular
Dispatch Line, at Sail Francisco. 405-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 373-ly
TAILOR Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of fine
Broadcloth, Cassimeres aud Buckskin, Nuuanu St., lelow
King St. 407-ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Wareroom ou Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lewers & I'ickson's office ; Workshop at the old
Stand, Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 369-ly
BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKERY,
Corner Queen nnil Rirluird St.
OX IIAXI AM) FOR SALE, Freli Unite
Pilot and Navy Bread ; Soda, Sugar, Butter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest r ites.
Parties providing their own Hour, will have it baked up on
the lowest terms. Ship Bread rebaked. 40'2-ly
Honolulu Iron Works
HA.VE OX IIAX1) AXI) OFFER FOR
SALE, a complete assortment of Round Iron, Flat
Iron, ALSO : Square Steel, , J, J, 1 inch,
Blistered Steel. 2xJ inch.
Boiler Iron, I, i, J, i inch.
Cart Boxes, Babbit Metal and Stove Linings,
Ii'on mid I5ias.-5 Oastmt
made on the shortest notice.
Ship's work done at the lowest rates. Sugar Mills, Coolers
Kettles, Grate Bars, made on the most reasorable terms.
i, , i WATER or STEAM PIPE. on hand.
Blacksmith Coal always on hand !
Old Iron and Brass &c, purchased
at highest rates.
Stcai!i Biscuit Bakery.
ra-MIE UXDERSFCXGD WOULD RES-
Jt pectfully inform his friends and the public generally that
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being new in full operation, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread, Water Crackers,
And other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy competition.
Parties furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
ROBKRT LOVE, Nuuanu Street.
XT' Orders in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Richards & Co. 402-6ra "
J. L. LKWIS.
G. W. NORTON.
WIS & NORTON
OIL CASKS AXI) SIIOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
lOOO 1MXB MOLASSES "H All It ELS, on hand
and for sale.'
Cooperate on Kins: St., Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu.
AVm. II. HUDDY :
ff .VVIXO RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
ll stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the Itvmt Yellow, lirowu and
White SOAP. ALSO
!-;I"rr ANI OIL OVl,
In large or small fpiantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always wanted. 337-ly
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
NEW &ND SECONO-HANO
Call and Examine my Stock, before
390-6m At my shop, in Fort Street.
Thompson & Neville,
A II AVE CONSTANTLY OX" HAND AND
,- for sale, a good assortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal !
At the Lowest Market Prices, 36S-iy
j. v. btjedick:,
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
Fort street, takes this onnortunitv of retnrn-
feJJJ ine his sincere thanks to his friends and the
ii in irnprl. for the suiioort and oatron-
acre which thev have been pleased to prant
him for the past ten years, and hos that ly attention to busi
ness and promptness in he execution of all orders intruted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 357-ly
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform the puplic that he is prej.ared to cat
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
disnatch and at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose couplings ot the following
i, 1, 1. 2 and 2i. Also, oil cups and cauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPKK,
1y King street.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND OF
fers for sale a complete assortment of FLRXITLKE,
and is prepared to fill all orders in his line with promptness and
manufacture.! of Koa and Kou woods, consisting in part of Side
Boards, Centre Tables, Ana Chairs, Lounges, SoUa, Ladies'
Work Tables and boxes, at reasonable prices.
411-ly Cabinet Mnker, Hotel street, near the Theater.
ii i r i
BENNETT & M'lCENNY
Boot and Shoe Makers,
Have removed to the North side of Nuuant
above Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with nentnefs
nd dispatch. .TJl-ly
J. II. W1CKE,
. ALAKg.i STKKKT, Dl;I.OW 1 Hit THKATSB.
Furnitrue made and repaired at reasonable prices. 409-ly
Tinsmiths and llumbers.
Nuuanu Street, near the Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always on hand. Jobbing of all kinds attended to. 3iJ-Iy
J. I. HUGHES,
TL'REK of all kind of Saddlery, Car
riage Xrimuiinp, Mattrets msking
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
XjT All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort aud Hotel street, Houoiulu 379-1 J
Ship, House, Carriage and Orna
mental Sign Painter.
REGS LEAVE TO INFORM
the residents of Honolulu and others,
that he has opened his shop In the com.
modious room on Kaahumanu street, oc
cupied by the late John F. Colburn, aa
an auction room, where he will receive all
orders, and execute them in the highest style of the art, with
An experienced carriage painter i.nd trimmer, has been en
gaged who will warrant his work to 1 equal with the best ever
done here. 417-3m
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, ApenUof the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure riska against fire In an
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCnERS k CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11. 1S57. 873-ljr
OrriCK : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and Battery streets.
THIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to issue " Marine Insurance policies," each belnjr r capon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against his own name
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
Orokrr C. Joiin'sos,
Wll.l.UM K. ltARHOX,
Jamrs B. IIaooiv,
I Mob Mini
ALBRICH, WALKER & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL apiointed Agents for the above company, Iwr leave to
inform the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
II. I1ACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, A ril 2, 1862. 411-ly
TIIK IIRITISII AND FORKICN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
JATJION", G-IIEEIM cs Co.
N. B. This Company takes risks on goods only and not on
vessels. 400 Boa
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
take Ambrotyites and Photographs. Also Carte de
Visite In a style second to none in Honolulu.
Specimens can Ik: seen at the Gallery, next door to the Post
Office, over the P. C. Advertiser Office.
41.ll3m II. L. CHASE.
SUGAR & MOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
412.3m ALPRICII, WALKER & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAIIAINA !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IX
quantities to suit purchasers ry
410-3m ALumtii, nAL.n-T.ii. a. uo.
SUGAK AND MOLASSES
From Lihue Plantation !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SAL.E IS
quantities to suit purchasers by
410.ym ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
Sugar and Molasses
FRO 31 METCALF PLANTATION !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IX
quantities to suit purchasers by ..... ., .
410-3m ALDRICH, WALKER CO-
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CROP OF 1864a
For sale by (404-Cm) C. BREWER & CO