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HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. A U(J LIST (i, iSCl
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lire: if Aaval Iliiaenit'iit .
Tbf Alabuiiiu,' or 20O, It--lro rd.
The following are the ttlejjrauis rfjioriinn: the lurl
belTfeeu tle .ILibam and Kr-sj.r-izt, which wai
brought tii by a ch iUenge from tViiunos to ("apt.
Vin-!ow of the 1 titer ship :
-uimjthn. July 6 The NaJf lvpartuu-tit has
receievl the filowirg:
U. S Tfc-kNKR KKtRSAttuK, June 19.
I hTe the h'nur to inform the department that
the iav sulwpcut to thw arrial of the k'eurnare
vfl rui-rt'ourjr. thw llth, I receieJ a uoiefrmii I'apt.
Sennut. ltrginj that the h'tartare woulj not
depart, as he inteu.lol to fight her, and wuuKI nut
deliy her but a day vr two. According to thii no
tice, the .llafxuna Irft the port of Cherbourg at
bIf put J this morning, rearing a question ot
juri liction miglit arise, we MeatneJ to sea uir il the
U;-tnce of tix or seven miles was obtained from tho
OietU'Urg breakwater, when we rvUuJcd to and
couituencei steering or the Alabama. As we
appr.MChed within yards she opened fire, we
rreeii.)C t or three broaJides before a shot was
returned. The action continue I. the respective
reamers Diik i: a circle arouod. at a distance vf)
about 4' yarJ trom eich other. At the expiration
of about ao hour the .Habum struck, going down
:? tu:nutrs nfterward'i. earrying many pers.ns with
er. I'arr. Juix A. Vinuw.
Ntve York. July The Times' Paris corre.-jou- ,
Ientays: Nviithtauding the reports, some time
since, that the .Uahtm was so worn out that she
wou'.d he to be abm lone.1 and Dcer go ou the
eein aitu. che uiale trip fruai the Last to Cher
1 ur ia such sii. rt time that she was thought to be
the fieri..!, as; 1 was so telegraphed on her arrival.
Cdpta.u H ins!ow, with the h'ntrs trs;e, who was then
in Ho'.I in !. w is itnmediitelj sent for, and by the pro
testor Mr. lUrtoii the Vreuch authorities were obiijeel
to crder the .Hub.ima tt ot" pott. Sc mines put the
U-st f ice I.e coul 1 on the matter, though eidcutly he
did tjl like to ficeawar ship. The fi,ht was so
short an 1 decisive that one would have thought the .
Alabama had chaugel pliCfS with or.e 01 Dtr uo
artnel mercUantaieu. When the Alabama was disi
bleJ in her machinery, the h'earsarz' was run up
close o her and cured a destructive iro:i Iside which
tore away a whole tecriou of the Alabama's side at
the Witer line, and let the water through iu cascades.
The Alabama then turned tail and ma le for shore.
Commander Winslow hoisted the flig of victory aud
pursued, but finding the Alalai.ta sinking, he low
ered t;s boats to pick up her crew. .Mr. lUyton in
formed CotutnauJer Window that the prbouers could
not be paroled, but that they might be transferred to
the St Louis, when she arrived, and conveyed to the
United States. Cvroaiander WinsloW cl liuia Captain
.nttnes, an4 others takeu to Souiliampton, as bis
pticrr. He h id ample mea'.s to pick them up, but
the Kng'.ish yacht actually stole them, as if by a pre
. nr ran ' ed plan, thus constitoting a clear case of in
tervention. Haitrax. July 6 The following was received
per.iiiij.- A letter in the Paris Tutrie states that
Cipt. emmes has announced that on the 16th of
Auu; he will iia embark tn anew Alabama,
which will be compieJed at that date. Ruoior points
ta the tteanier Riypahannock. the ex-Dritish war
esel. which etoleaway from Sheerness to Calais.
A ccu.inittre. headed by Admiral Austu, has been
formel in London to raise u-rats thcretor.
Nkw Yovk. Ja?y 7. A Committee, healed by
Aduir i! Arisen, has been formed in London to raise
by a gurnet sutsoriptin a land for puichasing a
bar.tl. tie wor.l to rt place thit wl:cn emmes lost j
with tTie sitiktug of his ship. It was reported that a i
cvnVd-rable sum had beeu r'-eJ at Liverfool for j
the pa-iie bject
The London Hiij .Wus puhl-s'ied an account of
the K-aTSTg ai:d Alabama atlir. In regard to
trie course psi'sueil by the former, it charged that the
jacSt Drtr lliun l acted as a sort f tender to the
Alutn ta ; that dpt. Win-low would have secured
the whole f the Scers and crew of the Alabama,
bad he n-.t .laced t.o much confidence in the honor
tf the or.er of tW yacht that he considered that
Capt. ciuoics acd others who escaped as bound ia
bviitr to give themselves up, and hat he did net
j ursu and 6re upon the Derr Hound, because he
d-d n t leiiese that any one carrying the fli of the
lLiyal fc'acht Suairoo would act so dishonorably.
Nr.w Vorx. July. S Semrues's t5 i il report of
thefihtuf the Alabama with the A'earsarse s iys:
Vi:t.iti 10 to 13 n.it.utes from the cotiiruet ceajent
ot :he fi,hr, the Cria? becime very hot. find the
enemy? fh..t and -hell S'.on began to tell uron our
huil,"knck':n d ju, killing au I disibliu; a num
ber ot en in ditlircnt parts cf the ship. Perciiug
th:t mr shell, ttit ugh hitting, did but little ex-eo-tion.
re--rt w ha 1 to solid thtt, alternating w.-n
shell. After an hoar and forty minutes our sli p wss
scerwir.ed t t in a lking condition, the ene!n)'s
hrll nlrs txylc-lel ia ti les between drtk,
pr.ir c a I ire ayertnre. through wh.ch the wuter
rn-he l with great rapidity. I hal hopes of being
able t.- reach the coast, for which purpos-e I gave the
fhiw fed steam and set such fore and aft sail as were
ai'i!.e- The ship tiled so rapidly, however, that
tf-re e nude much progress the nres were extin
gai'lir l. and we were evidently sinking. I now
hiale I d jwu the co'.jrs to prevent further destruc
tion of life, and sent a dispatch to inform the enemy
cf our condition."
:e(ims say that the Krartarge fired upon him
fire tunes a?rr .he colors were struck.
ck'ng of the comparative strength cf the ves
sels, teajs that the k'eartarge is heavier than the
Alabama in her batteries, etc, the former being ar
more i with doable rws of chains eleng along the
ile, ac i conld have withstood the firing cf the Ala
it ,na ail diy.
Nr Ycbk, July 8. L-t Fraiee says that the
Ktartar on returning to Cberbtnrg on Sunday
frern, landed 6- of th crew cf the Alabama, 15
cf thrm wounded.
Th Paris correspondent of the Commercial ays
that Capt Wirslow ill claims emines as a pri-ner,
an I will invite him to deliver himself op. making it
a jer- nal qaerion between cfScer and officer. The
men hae t-en re'eed on parole never to fight
again t the Un:tel tf'afes. Capt. Winslow did fire
after the white flg was hoisted, tut it was owing to
ttt not being seen. '
Ti. KeaRSAROE." It is customary to pronounce
the r.imeof Capt. Wins!owa vsel, the K'eartarge,
as if it ens-sled of only two syllables, and to sound
the soft- The word is of Indian origin, and the
came of a well-known mountain in New Hampshire
whic'i the Indiana themselves, and many cf the
whirei, f roooance in lhre syllables, giving the g its
hard sound and accenting tbesecond syllable, thus
r- . t Ti.: - - . .t .
ife r-sar-ge. This prt nuDciasicn is roach the rao't
moij!. will b Jvon l cn trial, anl it is worth
whit-f to pre?ere the origin! euphonj cf oar Indian
Ialr in lltntral .Wtrchandin. Innd Prcriuct,
If e., and Com mi ft ion Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.t
T.U k tyTiv.antly on h tn I an xtimiTe vrtrnnt f.f evry
i.riH.r r-' iir-'l by r l Mhrj. Tf.e
t 4hst prk fi-t. r.T Pr'xl-jce.
M-wf m.y'iCK u Bill of Eebor t raoaMe rei
j. ii. (Obi:,
A.T7C TIO 1VT 3D TJ IT. .
l l l ki.HuH TO A
At M ltr rN.nn, y trrii Strt-et.
ii. w. siivr.KA.Nci:.
AXD COMMISSIOX MKHCIIAXT,
Cire-proof stoic, ICobin.oii,. Iluildiug,
ql'kkn sruKtr, iio.Nut.ri.i-.
Will t-oiitlnue biinneH ill tin- ii-w utaii.l. 4.'l-ly
N. oS Hoi T.
IU. C. Hllt l
Von noi.r a u i:ucK.
U'-nrral Oouuiiistloa Meretinuts. Honolulu. Onhti, S. I. 4 J5 lj
II. HAt Kl'i:i.l A CO.
0iieral CouiiuU.ioit Aiji-um, Honolulu,
Oahu.S. I. 4.'5-ly
j vmon. :ui:i:. v .,
CoiuiDi-ioii MereliAiiU Kin.-1'ioof liuilillu((, uoen trt-rt.
Honolulu. Aoril 1, ISi'J. 4Ji-ly
CIKUtdi: CI-A UK,
BOOT and VHOJ.'.VJA HH, Hotel tre,l, l.t-tmreen Nuuauu
ml Mituit-iki-a irrrtM. 4&-ly
C. U. LKWrit.H. j. u. OU'KHON.
IdnVHKS V- DICKSO.V,
Dealers in Luiuter iul Uuil-tin Material, Kojt St. Honolulu.
IVaU-r in tli-iirrn IMen-hsmliM, Hilo, Hawaii
with m-ruit nt Our !i'rt l uotit-o, on
of te i-haiij;- wtnt- l.
IIONiH.C I.C STKVM I'l.Oirit MII.I. Co.
froprlnir . SAVIIxlK. 4C6-ly
i' bo it i: x s st a r i: n i 1 o it s r.
Art:t for lh rremeii unl Ir-.li-n Ho-tr.lt f I'tKlcrwriti-r. All
vrre rliiiui nK.iiiist i!u :il,l t mlcrw ritrra, oeourrinit in
vr aKMtl ll.U Kiupiom, will hate to be c-rtiUfI Iteforr loin
W. N. LADD,
Imiortt-r n.l t-alrr in IUkkwidf, i'CTi.KKr, Mkchash-s
Tikils n.l Aviuii'l LTl hal larLKMk.NTs, for street. Hono
H. Y. LUDINCTON, i
(icv.soh iu . s. rArr ro ) i
Inirrter fcnil ol. ile Pi-itU-r in Wines and Spirit, ami j
Malt Liquor.-, Charlton Wharf. Honolulu. II. I. 4l?-ly I
i. n. ri4iTi:u.
Continue tos ol.l bu-inei in t!if lireproof buil-ltai Kual.uma
I'hr -n-'nielcr rited by observalior.n of the sun an.l stars
witU a transit instrument areuraU-ly a.ljUftcl to the
Bierhllan of Honolulu. 1'artioilar attention given to line
w:tuii rt-ii.:riu. Svxtnat !iJ tua.lrant (dnse ailvtrreU
anJ a tjuslrd i.'hur(s aiol nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 4'2a-ly
chas. n. sisHor. wm. a aldbich
niSUOl Ar CO.,
Bankers. OSce in the east corner of " Makct'i Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bill of Kxcha.i; on
Mcsr. Uais.fki.L, Mintcks ti Co., New York.
Hkskt A. 1'iEKce, Ksv-, - lloaton.
Messrs. Mohcan', Stoxk A: Co., - San Francisco.
Will receire dis.t, discount Crsl-clas l'iisiiieg puin-r, and
attend to colWUn::. etc. 42i-ly
D C. WATERMAN' X. CO.,
Ksj-rei.il attention paid to the interrst of the Whaling Fleet, by
the fur:uhinr or (unds, piircha- aiul sale or t.xcliane, mi,
Done, Cicr.eral Merchandise, and the pi-ocuring of t'reight
MesiTs. Isaac Howlano. J., Ai Co., New Kedforl
W. . E. I'Oi-K. Kso.. do.
.Mom. an, Sross Ac Co. San Francisco.
McKi'kr & Mukhii.l, do 4-:5-ly
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Partimlar .I'ten'.ion paid to the purchase and sale ol Hawaiian
. efi-rs by permission to
B. F. Snow ML-ssrs. Aldrich, Walker & Co.,
Messrs. t A. Willi.'uns Ji: Co Messrs. C. Krewer fc Co.,
Mcrnt. Oasile Coke Messrs. II. Hackfeld Co.,
Messrs. If. C Watennan.... Messrs. Wilcox, Hichards ii Co.
JOHN THOS. WATER HO USE,
Importer and Dealer in Oneral M-rciandise. Honolulu, 31. I.
Ilis Ex. K. C. Wyllie,..H..n. I It. F. Snow, Esq Honolulu
IHm.fol Ai Son. 4i Ths. S pencer. Esq Hilo
H. It.-insn. Eq... L-h:iina McKut-r Ar Merrill. Saa Francisco
C. W. r.riJ Co...Sn F. ! 5. T. Lawton, Esq., "
Tobin, Fros. ic Co., Field & Uice New York
Wi;o .t, Richards & Co., Honolulu.
MELCHERS fit CO.,
Iniporlccs mstl Conimisioii
AOESTS F0:t THE
IlAMsraiH-PaKUKS Fibk Is.-crasce Cojitast,
Kaiwiki Si-iar Plastatiox,
TnBhT iiGAR Plan ratios.
CrwiTAe C. Milcheks.
. I. Wirse,
A. SCH AETKR,
AM'l S- CA:TLK-
J. B. ATBERToS.
AMOS. S. OHItl
CASTIaK Ar COOKK,
Itnr'-rter an t Wholesale and U tail dealers In General Mer
chan.lis, in the Fireproof Store in King street, oppite thj
Dr. Jayne M-Ilclne.
Wher-r 4- Wilson. Swinz Machines,
The England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
Raynol l. .t Pratt Importers and Manu'actureri of
Taints. Oil and Varnish, and Crystal Coal Oil,
C. Van Home Ai Co.'s Carnages and Carriage Materials.
a. p. CARTza
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Houoliilu, Onliu. II. I.
Jobv. M. H.md. E.. . .......... .
Crablks Biii. E.J'.,
H. A. Pwar . Ei.. )
.. . Boston.
Mr.s-.a-. M' Rrra K Merbm L. I
Csn. aVftLCorr Raoocj, Em.,
Mikkv. PrsTAr Jb Co. HnnrkooK.
lr.s.sas. I'ou, HraaKl.l. A: Co Manila.
AIslsWX Ac COIVWAY,
Will con'.in ie the Genera Merchandise and ShippiDC hiistncf.
at the aboTe prt, wh'-re they are prepared to furnish the
jn:ly celebrated Kawaihae t'otai-a, and such other re
cmiu as re re'juireo by whale ships at the ihortest notice,
and nn th! most rusoniMe terms. 425-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
Clir.W I.ANO HItOTIIKHS,
IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS,
XUUAXU STREr'-T, n-xt door t-lm A. S. Vi.rr.mtmi.
Pur-haers: an I dilM in Fundus, Heh"-l-mer, Shark fin
and ohjr Island proflure. 411-ly
W. A. ALP!'"!?, J. S. WilllR, 8. C. ALLKW.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Im;or:er 'i-l C'm'niM:i n Merhants Ienl- rs in General
Mrrrhandise, and Agents for Hie Sail of Island produce.
A(nt for the Lihue, Mrtcalf, and Princerille Plantatiooa.
IIt. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
ID li2 INT I.' X 5r 'X.
ttli-e eorurr of Kort un.l tli.tcl tre-t!.
i:. IIOPFMAKX, -II. !.,
I'hyait-Un n.l urijeou, Mnkri 'it ltlo'k, t-orner Qurrn mut Kn-
liuiiiitnu tiv-t. Uii-ly
II. ST.V.(ii:V.I,l), M. .,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
folio NV York fit y l'iiMMiiary I'liysU-Un, hm-iiiIh r of tli
Mr.iu o-i lnrur,. n-ul I'ollj,', un.l of the l'utlul..(j irit I hm lrty
of N-r Yii k.
Oftieu nl tlie eorin-rof Kort un.l Mrrvliitnt Stn-i-t. Iti-Hi.li-nre in
Nuuituu all. y, oopoiUt- tlntt or K. ). IIH, Ka.. 3H:i-y
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor at I.nw.
COKXKU Olirn.t MKUC'II ANT fr , HoNol.fl.r, OAIIU.
E. O. HALL,
tuM.rt.-r hihI i-ul r In llnnU nre, hry 1.mI, lnlnt OiU, ai
Ki'iicral li-rc'iiaiiln.i-,coriu-rof Kort un.l Kiii( atret-U 4M-ly
1 UI'NU 1IOOM At'lir.
Commission Merchant and penerHl iienti Agenta for the
I'uukua and Aumuulu Stinr I'liinttiiloni lniorlers of trut
and other Chinese and loreln tf.xxU hi wholesale dealer
in lluwiiiluii produee at ihe new Mono Store, Nuunnu Street
IhIuW King. 412-ly '
A. S. CLECHORN,
lealer ill Oeneral .Mereliamli-ie. nre-or.x.f Htore e.irner of
ahumanu and lueen alreeia, iHsite Maker's ttloek.
Also. Ketuil entaliliKlitiirnt on Ntinami ftre. t, ulmve Kinif
J r lalund I'ruduer l.ous-l,t ail hold. Island orders eurefully
attendeil to USS-ly
A I. F.X. J. CA HTWKKillT,
roinmissii.il Metvhant and l.-m-ral ShijpiiiK AK' i.t, Honolulu
Oahu, 11.1 4i-ly
II. I SNOW,
IMI'OKTKIt AND DKALEH IN OKNEUAI. M EllCHANMSE,
Honolulu. OiiImi, II. I. 4Jo-Iy
B. F. EHLERS,
lulr lit 1iv .mIn, SIIUn, Sro.
4iyy !irt J;tr-t' Honolulu, Ouhu, H. I.
E. P. ADAMS,
SIIII1 CflWDLER AM) DEALER l. GENERAL HERCDAXPISB,
LA II A IN A, KIA1TI.
Irish and Sweet l'otntos, with other lecrulu. -oiiHtntl y on
hand and for sale nt low rates. 411-oni
II T It I 1" - IV
ALK axu POUTER,
A. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale Healers in Fashionable Clrthinp,
Hats. Caps, I!ojts and Shoes, and every vurity of Gentle
men's SiiH-rior Furnishing tioods. Store, formerly ocru
p;ed by W. A. A 1.1 rich, Esq., in Makee's Ulock. Queen
Street. Honolulu. Ouhu. 3S4-ly
S. H. DOWSETT,
IS NOW I'UKPAREI) TO FCItMSIl Itl lLD
iug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 403-Om
WILCOX, EIOHAEDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers and Com mission Merchants, dealers in Oencrnl
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, Tor the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AC. R NTS V OH TIIK
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Unrlt ''('oinrl," Ciil. .In. M. C5 recti,
Vma tirr.' Capt. John Pnlv.
. Voting II-rti-," C. S. Chiidwich.
One of the alove vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftencr. " -
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the above vessels have suierior accommodations; for
Passengers, for whom every comfort will be afforded. "
Through Kills I.a.lin.L', will be given at Honolulu, tor merchan
dise to New Y'ork or Eoston, the freight being reshipped at San
Francisco, on board liist class clippers without extra expense
Shiwers can .also procure at Boston or New Y'orV, through
r.ills Lading. f.r freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden & Williams, li'iilon and Messrs. W. T. Colenisn A: Co.,
New Y'ork. Messrs. McRuer if Merrill, Agents for Regular
Dispatch Line, at San Francisco. 40-ly
THE BRITISH AM) I'ORKIfiN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
in 1 tort.
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester lluildines, Liverpool.
Aitents at Honolulu,
N. H This Company takes rifks on goods on'y and not on
vessels. 4 JO 6m
II A M It IT Itc; II -II II E .11 E N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
rvlIE UXDF.RSIGXEI), Agents of the above Com
For particulars apply at the oflicc.
Hono.ulu Oct. 11.
Mutual Marine Insurance Company.
rMIE I XDEKSJCXEI) AGENTS OF THE
M alxive Company, have In-en nutl.orizeil to insure risks on
CAIWJO, 1'ItEICiIIT and 7.'It E ASI' It I'.
by COASTERS frorn Hontlulu to all p.ris of .hc Hawaiian
Group, and vice itrsa.
41-ly II 1IACKFKI.I) V CO.
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
r1IIE UXDEKSIGXED HAVING HE EN
M appointed Agents f r the ab..ve cnipmy, Ih-i; leave to
nform the the public, thit they aie nn prepared to issue
M A II I N E 1 N S C K A N C E PULIC1 I S
on Cargo, Freight an.i Treasure.
H. HACKFELI) & CO.
Honolulu. A r:U,lS2. 411-ly
orriCIl : Southwest corner oT Vashinp
ton and Ilattrry streets.
HUE CNPEKNIf'N K.I A It E I'KE1AKEI
to issue Marine Irisurnnee policies." each o.-init n ;imii-
iMe f"r the snm written on Hi '.iiri. airninot h s own name
only, and for himself and not fir other or any of them.
JliH1 I'AKRoTr. JotrS I'OSAITK.
Df'ih.,1 C. JohssoS, . Wii.i.iav IIahhon,
N. IXNISfl. JAMFS Tia,
.I.IV4 Piiklan, .lms It. II A'.'. IN,
Ls fat i.ttk Matnai:p, J. Mora Moss.
lull). II. I
H. It. MoHi.AK.
j. u. iii:,
, il.lkki niHKKT, hKl.oW 1 H e TIIKUhK.
Kurnltrue iiiuiln un.l rt uii-! ut rrttiwiiiuMo (rin.
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on hand no assortment of fine
Itro.tdeloth, Casstuirri s and lluck.klii, Nuuauu M., Ik-IoW
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and d. nl. r In Furniture of every drs
, ci i. tit. ii. Fornlluie HnrriiHin on Koi l nlr. i t, opposite
Mesms. l-wers i: l'i ls.n' ofllee ; Woiknhop at the old
Stan. 1, Hotel .treet, iirar Foi t.
N. It. Orders from other Islands promptly attended to. 422 y
Tinsmith aiitl CIiiiiiImts,
Strrrt. near the It hnrf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always nn hand. Jolii.iiig of all kin. Id attended to. 3'J'J-Iy
BRK.1D AND IHSClJir IMIiKlSY,
t'orner iurrn unit 11 it-tut rl Sis.
ON IIAXI) AM Colt SALE, I'rr.h Italic
Pilot and Navy Itread ; Sodn, Sugar, Duller aud Water
Crsekeis, hi any uantity iind at tl.e lowest rates.
I'Arlles proviilinir their own Hour, will have it bake up on
the lowest terms. Ship Ulead rebuked. 4oJ-ly
BENNETT & M'KENNY
Boot and Shoe Makers, srti
Have removed to the North side of NuuanuSt.,' f
above Love's Itakery.
All Orders entrUKted to us will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. I'.Ul-ly
T HE UEMD E R SIC W ED
IAS CDXSTAM Ll" O.V HAM) (M)Ol'.
M 9 fcrs for sale a complete assortment of FI'RNITLKE,
mid is prepared to fill all onlers in his lint; with promptness and
manufacture.; tn Koa and Kou woods, consiHtii.g in part .f Side
Itour.ls, t.entre Janles, Arm Chairs, Ioiinires, Sofas, Ladies'
Work Tables und Uixes, at reasonable prices.
411-ly Cabinet Maker, Hotel street, near the Theater.
TII 12 II O TVO IUJ.TJ
IJEIXO NOW IN FI'I.L OPEIt ATION.
1 the uudersiKiied leg leave to inform the PLANTERS and
the pubiio in general that they are prepared to till any orders
for Sugar Kecs, in shook s or set up, Molasses or Provision
barrels, 5 gallon kegs for butter or other purMses, all which
Ix-ing manufactured of native Ahakea lumber will bear favora
ble comparison with imported containers.
415-am ED. HOF FLSC11 LA EU ER STAPENHORST.
SOAP FACTORY !
Vin. II. IIUDIY !
AVI XG RECEIVED A IA ROE AND FCLL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the bet 1'elloav, liroivn Hlltl
While SOAP. , ALSO
SOFT VIVO OITi
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always wanted.
J. L. l.KWIS.
O. W. NORTON.
SIIOOKS, ConsUntly on hand
and for sale.
lOOO PINE MOLASSES
and for sale.
BARRELS, on hand
Caah iiftEagA. n u -Jii nsrK 1W- C a r n e rof.
Bethel St., Honolulu.
Ship, House, Carriage and Orna
mental Sign Painter.
REGS LEA VETO 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, as
an auction room, where he will receive all
orders, and execute them in the highest style of the art, with
An exp'C"00' carriage painter anil trimmer, has been en
paged who vwarrant his work to be equal with the best ever
1 1 1 1 r . e hpi- V - 4 1 7 -o 111
Carpenter, Kiiifder and Dealer in
NEW A0 SECOND-HAND
Koa liourtU iiutl Son titling of Dillercnt Sizra.
nhrnra on Hnntl nucl ForSnle,
Carpenter Shop on King St., next to Castle A: Cooke's. Fur
niture Store on Fort St. JACK SCREH'S, BLOCKS and
TACKLE to be let ON II I K E.
Steam Biscuit Oaken.
Till F. rXDERSlCN'fil) NVOllil) RES
pevtfully inform his friends and the public generally that
Tho Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being new in full ojMTation, h-; is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Dread, Water Crackers,
And other descriptions of
All of superior quality aud at
Prices to defy competition.
Parties fumis-hing their own flour for ship bread, will have it
ma le up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the olhrr islands promptly attended to.
ROHERT LOVE Nmiami Street.
IT Ordrrs in Honolulu for shipping ti be left with Messrs.
Wil "X Richards i: Co. 402 6iu
IN REMOVINO II IS It I' S NESS
to his new COOPKIt AOK on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this ooportunitv of retprn-
il nit- i: .inccre tbmiks to hi. fripn.t. an.l the
iP'iMie in reii'Tal, for the support and palron
wliicti th.'V biii- ben uleiieil to irrant
him f "r l ie pant teu yer. aid hopes that by attention to tuisi
ness and promptness in le execution of all orders intrn.ted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. I'ST-It
LEWIS k iOBTOi,
u . risen a: it,
Cabinet Maker and French Polirhrr, Hotel ttreet, opposils to
Oovt-rnluriit House. 4id-ly
l.MI'OKTKK &l MAXIIFAC.
TI 'It Ell of all kind of Saddlerv. Car- CTV VJLt
riiie 't riuiiiiiiig. Mattress makloif
aud repairing .tone with nrutu. o. and di.palcli
I r All orders promptly aiiemled to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 8tf-ly
P HOTOC RAPHS.
fllllE t.'NIEUMONEO IS I It El A it ED TO
m take Ambroiy pes and Photographs. Also Cartes d
N i.itr in a style second to none hi Honolulu.
."-pr-. in.ens can Im seen at the Oaliery, neat dour to the Post
Other, over the P. C. Advertiser OltK'e.
41.t-lm llLL. CHASE.
Notice to Planters and Others !
fMillE CNDE'tSIONED IIAVINO Eak-aard
the s rvlci s of Mr HOIIKUT Tlltl.l0, an t ip. itei.cel
('n il and Meehanlcal Eiiulneer and I'lauKt.lsiuan, and who has
lind eleven years experience In putting up huysr Machinriy
ami eouductiiig works of Irrlnniioii iu Peru, Is prepared lo
furnish complete plans of all such works, with the Improve
ments up to the latent dale that have leu tete! r that are
of unquestionable advantage. Mr. Stirling will, when required,
visit sites for Plantations, and lay out the works, and aa.ist
generally iu getting up orders for Machlni ry frotu any part of
tin- world that may te desired.
HONOLULU, H. I.
IS THE LARGEST AND MEST A RR A NO EI)
HOTEL on the Islands. It contains all the modern
improvements, and every convenience for the Coui
furl of ilm I'nlroiis).
Persons visiting this Hotel, can be served with meals aud
refreshments of the best the market h fiords.
The Sleeping Rooms are large and well ventilated. The
suites of R' Minis ar5 well arranged aud completely furnished ;
aud the house will continue to be kept as a FIRST CLASS
1 1 OT E L in every renj.-ct.
VERV SUPERIOR HILLING'S HAMS,
Freali California lard, 10 lbs tics,
Fresh Oswego corn 6tarch,
Fresh clear lake cheese,
Fresh Oregon fctnuked bacon,
Fresh preserved meats, 2 lb. tins,
Fresh ground spices.
For Bale by
DOWN ER'S KEROSENE OIL, 5 Gall. Una,
For sale by
VERY FINE SONORA WHITE WHEAT.
Fresh cracked wheat, small bags,
Fresh cracked corn, email bags.
Fresh ground wheat meal, email bags,
Fresh ground corn meal, email bags,
New golden corn.
Chicken feed, New white beans.
For sale by
8 AVI DOE.
I THRESH JENNY LINO CAKES,
. Ginger syrups, in tins,
Water crackers, in tins,
Jiutter crackers, in tins,
Soda crackers, in tins,
Milk biscuits, in tins,
FRESH CAL. ONIONS. Near Crop,
Fresh Kawaihae potatoes, new crop, received
every trip of the Kilacza.
For Sale by
N. B. Goods delivered
City by Express Wagon.
to all parts of the
HAVE YOU BEEN
FAMILY MARKET I
Did You say that You would give
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ?
JJ03? -733.at, Six !
TO K N O W W II ERE
lMtIOJ-2 eets that nice BEEF, iPTK
MUTTON. PORK and VEAL from.
I knew that sometime ago. It comes
from the herds of W A I I A N A LO. K O O L A C. They
are sent in small droves, and are alwsys healthy. If you
want GOOD irive him a call, where you
will find everythi -p in the meat line, from a CLEAN TRIPE
to a BARON of BEEF.
Saddles and Haunchts of Mu lion or Barons of Beef,
served to order. Corned Tongue, Corned Beef,
Spiced Beef, in any quantities to suit.
Meat rent to nl part o f Honolulu or U'aikiki,frte of chirge
If you don's brlirrr il, give us a rati nl Ferl
Strrrt Family MarUrt.
J. R. PRICE.
417-3m Acting Manager.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OP THE
OAHU, SS SETH PORTER FORD. Complainant, ts.
MARIA y. FORI), defendant. Action brought b-fire the
Honorable Robert O. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court at ChamWrs. upon petition this day filed in the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian IUnls.
SUMMONS to V.1RIA X. FORD, defendant, creetinfr :
You are hereby summoned by order of the Honorable Robert
Q. Pavis. AssK-iate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before she said j'idge at his chambers in the city of
Honolulu, Island of iahu. within 20 days after the expiration
of & months from the date of this summons, to shw cause why
Seth Porter Ford, comp'ainant, should not recover a ju.ljrmer.t
and decree of this Honorable Court, divorcinp him, the said
complainar.t. from the bonds cf matrimony now existing between
the said complainant and Mii N. Ford, defendant, cn the
ground of desertion ; ali which is fully set forth in the petition
filed in this caue. And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to aprar and file an answer to the said rtit'"". above
required, the said complainant w ill srply to this Court for the
relief therein demanded.
Wrrsiwi!, The Hononi' le Robert G. Pavis. Associate Justice
of the Supreme Court, at itonoiuiu, ttos atn oay or
April. A. P. 104.
JNO. E. BARNAKP.
Clerk Supreme C urt.
ORPER The Nitc summons is hfprby or.lcre.1 M be pub
lished In the Varific Commercial A-ivtrtintr of Horxaolo,
Hawaiian Islands, at lMt once a we k for 5 consecutive months.
R. O. HA VIS, Just'ce Supreme Court.
R. H.STANLEY. Attorney for Petitioner.
Honolulu, April 2.Vh, ImH. 414-"m
pl.AXK FORMS OF AGREEMENT HF.-
tween Mastera and Servants the only authorized form,
l'rice l,(IO per Dostrti.
Fer sale bv
4'V).:, II. M. WniTNFY.
S iti yrniote
KAIUIHI PLANTATION !
1 uuaut'.lies to suit, by
AM) FOR MALE IN
WELCH KU8 4 CO.
From PIONEER HILLS, 1, All UNA !
uoe i iimim; is asi von nxi.r. in
quantities to suit purchawrs by
426-ui ALDKICIf, WALKER 4 CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Ijihuo Plantation !
"IK OF COMING I V AM) FOIL SALE Iff
J quaotitlea to suit purchasers by
u ALPUICIf, WALKER CO.
Sugar and Molasseo
FROM sUETCALF PLANTATION I
IROI COM I NO IN AND FOR HALE IN
J quantities to sua purchasers by
4'iS-3ui ALDRICH, WALKER CO.
LAHAINA STEAM LULL
WE HAVE JCST RECEIVED AND OF
FER FOR HALE THE FIRST bVUAM OF THS
1ST e w Crop,
Of .1 very Superior finality !
Ed. Hoffschlaegee & Stapeniiobst,
422-Om Agentsor the LAHAIXA SUGAR C:
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP of 1864.
far Sale by
C. BREWER 6t Co., Agents.
SUGAR and MOLASSES
COMING IN AND
FOR SALE 121
quantities to suit purchasers.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKE,
CROP OF ISO 1.
Foraaleby f404-ra) C. BREWER A-CO
Ml WILDER & JUBD.
Are now nianafacturing at
400 tons Of Sugar, which they offer to
sell at reasonable prices, as it arrives.
For sale also,
MOLASSES in Barrels.
G. I. Jl'DD. A (eat.
419-3 n Corner of fort and Merchant straets, Hoool it
To Produce Dealers,
Hides Goat Skins
Old Composition, Old Copper,
Tallow, Old Iron,
TOCGIIT AT THE
C. B"iKVrtR 4r Co..
raten t y
K. Ooni,roments from the other ishtxt wiii hav protspt
CASTLE sW COOKE.
'tllE CNDERSIGNED HAS ARRANGED
I. with 5. . lW 1'illT aoJ R. SkWrOS. to " their
Very Superior Molokai Batter !
In Quantity to suit purehaaers, at the lowwt icartet rate
X. B.The ahove BRAND, fs fully cquaa, if tot r'.
to aey nia.te on the ilart.1.
win iii, it nnATiTini