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fr. .swart fr-aa Ju. 14 la 14th t UawkiUo.
p.. rffiw. i v . .
Imporu f u bM-Jikle Ihe euio par (.rroaa bark
lrtnf Mrmrr, (font Yosz-kamk say 4.6$; bag dark re
kry wh.h aow aa sal. Ta. maaxl r rawm, ha grant
txlmntf. la wvartlve at T lov prirea, ! rvAawra tkeos
n. m aarr .!- fim, aod ar rarrvir foUsav.
ft, ak cutMilrfkUt auuuiiw en rnalw fr.ea Lalavta.
Ntaaala, t. Ilanuiaa mtpMrm 4 gr-rary graaas ar .
111 j nasi. -11 I Iter teuuud qqiM MUM at (ml a-ca. o
Snack aa tkal th Irfete h wilk diinVulty aapt4a"d. aa Unas
Ik karai a-wlv af YaUuva 1 M rroaa Um rurrU M
ta (hair aajly ddiwrna, aad ibt I tkrrjo ao .vrwk ar--mMmioI
wiflMnf. MM tkat af r-ae A I'riasbna). We
hava a fwa wpfWy a 1 tuna rwa! W tt ami Yettmar, which
ki brU at 1040 Ua- lk aVav4 W Reaoa-1 csiaaa free,
tw aev.ral rll Mm Ik SMarsel aleali!y at 13a aw i'r
el A Cracked. I V r I'uw.Tcd. I2e tr (.rsnalaird ; loii n
C, IK t En -Mt C, Hie. TV? ptUr t ('ahCmi Cut
ie Je (itra) ikoff rS sary Orahl. roc hf thim, ic eitrm.
aod baxca, 4c T a.M:tVakl la raargd- lMrk refining
frail nila -f"ae at wrrilnc to a,:Ality I lltwiluii
fmtxtf araaW, MZIlc. The 'r bring XWi bu tbiu
mga fxwa llOwgaiaig, trades aO ktxla and SO kegs eJyrup.
Trrrtt Imports from Jao. 1aC UJ Auf- : HawaUao,
t Tahtuaa. fr.a 1.0T4.
Tk avuti t ail dcacri4Mn Crr areotiocty ui
rtilrj, irwra nor hX Iraa bcxuiaai.
Moli iiinr Imr-ri troa Ju. lit la Au.
Jihi Bte 2.11. c k'ff
Ik awkrtaiUrk t llawaiiaa. Wa qu frwajoo. 20
aw efciara. 'iiJCiTr rttra UlanJ Mfrup. 3uailr. OJ
lU U Vl anffly ffn la Cal.6na at4 MW r
laarWv ka Uxral, ariiiac H Jw aaj" aic la iffs T1
to taa, CUT a I abia.
rtaia Tk atik haek IT. f kaa aa.ld t ISew Bd-
. . . : . .-..-.A ii i a I
ax II m prwaDie iaa mum 7
hey kwwwuJ vo,e. Wt Bota aale U UV-i tall """P;
baa aa kie. Mkerwia there ia very kttl keja.neM to reaaak. .
.Put. lavporta fra Jan. lat haAag lath t Baiea 1141. i
' Th rtrrml prWew, alua, aa JlWlife, viin aauira mum- ;
' aetMioa i auck muknu. 1 b-a m Urm aiuuiiuu Lrre oi
ftiee Imtria fmro Jn la to Aaf- l&tb s Hiwatian, ft,a
Mtuck 'm barf and BVir.r latpnrvrrt are aaswaa aellera, bat
there; are on bayerm. aad rVea jC mnd enfarely rxiimal.
rwttm are ao hiffh and aearea aa to pr-ehle eipria to Chili
at nfbec naria. i
It 1 aaa Rbw are r-jfd of .M IVy. tr lb week, at
174ttle City Wet Aiiterl, lor t-mry o.s Wr..
T ALLOW la aiereiy at MCii Creaae, with
aar Tiii km fc A, 4r m an lk all mt
Mrckaaea. Mala entirety nnauruit ay I ?t rtr
I pruaw) sartaara tjajuuenia, ujuijjc j
pvnu- MiUAUOK fc Mi
good, SMt-Ma i
hurry and Inferior,
pout or nouoLULU, n. i.
.1 1 .
A(. 91 Mekr Moi KeikL, Pater, traaa Kakohil, MaaL
. 3114 bri aUucUAWhA V, L. Wood, 34 daa from
IataAAatk J labjaiOlj
XI aV-hr kUmua. Jaakahi. fr aa Mal:k. Maui.
.11 A at bk Comet. A r nUer, 14 daya fia Mas Franciara.
ZlUtU bk Locanaw. traahai t, Ci Jays froan Manila,
- ao rote fr Vaiaaiau. . ,
Hepc. !( KUoa. Veclrew. Wa HawaB ami MauL
eVhr Walola. Kaaaabh. ffnaa kaUaaata, kaolr.kal.
k to Harwack. Jaho atuU.faa Kaanakakai. Muttai.
, 3 rhr Mary 4n. Jioa, froaa Knauav. Kauai.
a-Atkf Kaoad Aaa, KaJkelanki, froaa Laia.
, A SVtu K. UM, LavuH rroak tUhutet. Mauv
, . yj iUcMM Heulat Merrill. I raoe. aoai Lahalaa. JUsi
ajui Uva Yankee. Clark, froan liana. Maui.
ilawbk K C Wjtte. II alter maim, VIS daa from
n He kr raoobt, aterrkUda'. from gaanakakai, MobikaL
0 Rear AcUrw, ll'po, from Jtakena. Maui.
' I k eVrir Pafry Uoeea. Kaalna. froaa llaaaw-i, KaaaL
Vhr llnkaleke, Ahoihaka, froaa Maaoaa. Kaaai.
Mear I'Uawia, HaiAehl, from Kona ak Kaa, llawau.
i V Vhr Aoata. Kaokl. tmaa 11. lo, Hawaii.
? ltmr Kiiaaea, MeCrepr.frooi flswaii nd Maoi.'
a .. et svk. r- ti T1 aTabuIuL SfauL
31 Aaj at mr Mympia, C N Thorn, fcr fUn Franc co.
epU i Rimr K.ianea, ilVCiregnr. for Maui and UawaJL
X Mcbr Jowy.iaBbwr,for KoaoaAt Watnaea, KaoaJ.
? Hehr Fairy Qaeen, Kaaina. Utt U ana lei, KaaaL
- . a eVhr rnoee, Wef. hr J m and Kaa, JUwata.
i Brit krtah loo, Williama, k Apaa, Navigator lat-
anda, via Btarboek lalaud.
eVbr Panahi. ReyanatM, for Kaunakakai. MobAai.
, 3 airke Mol Kaikl. Fauy, lor Kahalui, Maui.
' 3 Mebr hmaw, Maaahl. tor MalAa, Maui. '
4 etchr Warwick, John Ball. ne Pakoa, MokikaJ. .
"" ft Ata bk Comet, A Kolktr, fr Haa Franeiaeo. ' .
a rVhr Mary Ellen, Jim, f Maalaea and Waibee. '
.flcbr Krai Ana. KahekHkt, fcr ak W alipea.
I 0 KVrp Ue Yankee. Clark, kw liana. MaoL
I 4 Ad arfcr C M Ward, Kick man. Guano lalarula.
a ackr Ka HttDavta, t-9 KabalttH Maul. . , ' .-
Hwwjeeawat Dewearaairrw. 1
' FaaLakaiaa JWh XeAlk. Baevrlff. aaito HU r w. : .r -Fob
W isawak foaTa ejimr Kilaaea, aaila on Moavlay.
VaVtSCLB IX PORT.
, . .. ttlKHOTVII. , f
Nor C tx ahip Ceoegea, Barrn. loading.
Brit afcip Oeia-ge Tlxaanaou, rlhepherd. di-bargtng.
II n I bk Lorhnaw. Crquhart. repairuu.
Haw brig Kamhameba V, C Wood. . .
Haw kk ft C W jae, f laltrrwtann, dlachargiog-
T - --r rl
A re tie Wttallsis; Fleet Fall f 1812. -Wa
ara Iratebted to. A. J. Cartvrrlght, Eaq shipping and
eamraiaaioa merchant, tur the k lowing liat of veaarla eom
vimruf the Northern Whaling Fleet. There are beaidee tbeae
the bark 'ora and tw oc- tbra achanrwra. w raekirig kaxl
Inading. It win be observed that twenty-one of tbeae veaaen
go ia Baa Frkaeiacn, sad eight ar for BvtHtaura. ' .V
Abwkk. CkM W Flaher. Recruits in the Fan At S. I rjui'co.
A eora Barnes, L'kartea Allen "
CamUhv kdwln C Pulvvr
Kamva, Jaa II Meklao ,
liten Mar. Wm H Koou M
M i I
anrn t I org -
lai.ur Oweov- "
Wm 11 K'Hry
Abu wbradeo - i ,j -
karWw Hamol .
Wat li Bamra - -
Mm tarn. .
Nnrth l-ht, (.tokwrt Wmith -
XauUlwa, . (aAimiUk - r '
Prageawa.- -J ainea Uuwuea - -
rt Breaae, Watka - -
TrkbmC ' I Bernard Cawaav. .. . -rritnn,
A4iy ' . ' Thod O Caraaketl :
A rctie, All'red N Tripp
A rwabia, ' tlawrgw F Baaalry "
B CoamidJ. Jamee M WUlla "
Him mmw. w kl MarnoW'
rTtTward L Lewis
H W WouJ,
'r.Wartbw Katawehisisaielasi V.wwal Dlararerr
' ... . - , :
law Wreck af ika Fiarlk Carmaa '
- Brlkj Waaarrtr. . k
. By tka slifsnsaa U UK.E. WauJ. we. are caabW ta giv
Ink mowing account of the recent two mom hs cruise of thai
tCmmik mntha V, to tbs westward, InctuJTag the Bading af the
wreiik af Um German brig HTmnUrrer, luat oo Liaianaky tJhuala
f t moaih of May laat :
r . . .. i t a.w i ... - - w .
"Pauai iron aiawuiw iuaar ma. my nu a rrrsca
Frigate Bboata. Saw there two Urge bogs on a sand spit, a
ajaartar of a mikr lo circumference. They have been there
aiace April. JS07. There la no fresh water there and very
lillis) vegetataoo. As anno aa tha beat landeal, the bra tk lo
i J ta water kad suraas oa aa anas iwu juat awaaa, ami ktiku
I nerfeexlv at bowM m law water.
reef not laid down in any
r . - - i
. uiT iii , - - j i
ckart ia my paaa.ioi. aad 1 bava th ksieac from the aurveya .
of Cap. Brooka. of tha arhoonaT 'aijaior. cpr. Toe j
mt u.. aoaih of lara'B Rae. and at prohablr that aaiu that I
" JQ1T II to. at a a aa. m
tka Taa BratAers waa loat en, aver fifty years ago. 1 akall i
taka lha liberty of aaminc H Dowraett'a Reef, after the owner
V or CkM hrttj Ita puaetanw ceotr a ta kl2e IT .N, loog
ITV 3&V V it esteuda W aad Mi aksm .aigbl milea, from
lat IS 09 uli IS. Tha weather an, is a steep wall. It
runa to a point to tha N W aad spreads out to the south about
tarn, kaik-a Wade, with a narrow atrip of racks creo with the
water. A very daageroaa place, and oaly one of many In a
Wjv dvraeatoa fraa Frenctk Frigwiw Hboala, to the coast of
jaDaa. waa steering W by N at tha time, mncying myself.
m up juc aa aaaexgancy. la t want J. nates aha taoched. Pat
tha helm dowa aod kt go aU halrarda aad anchured. Cave
ber lb mthoaaa chain a aaa aha swung to her anchor aod
aairhcil kp ao UM rocka. Daurk as pitch. Far lad all aail and
got a apmrw aachoc and hawser ready. At daylight took it
sixty bathoma ahead aad hove her afloat. From tha maat
hi ait raothmy ia acgbA bat awakes, racks In all durctauoa.
Thar waa seven feet of water thirty feet from her stern, rocks
cloaa anrfer tke bow. and tha question waa, now la tue world
navauhui i aat a Durcbaac oo the spring and kov It tauabt.
did awa gat Ihara, koat bow waa aae io get oat agaia r Aa the r the sky. DOW glowing DrigQtiy as toe Ore was SDOt
auo roaa, it aooawiraced to btow Mroog fiuaathc aamard. and npward Bjrftjn fading as heavy clouds rose from
J'T'TL JL'Z?': ?h.bincpll. It was evident that a great erup-
Looaea the jine ana con , w , advent V-uve miles tue sigtik was magniacrii.
deeo water to the south' with a fed of roc as all round cut J . . . , ,
all ckM aavt caaaa oat af that scrape. Now to get out of the The party arrived at Kau on W edne?day evening,
peav Want tw th maathaad and aaw a koie in Ike rreC, about . a.nd would proceed to make the ascent of Mokua
JO fathoma wide, tha looked dee. Went through alt right, on ThurxJaT.
iih is .oina ten fathoau no bottom :
"July talk, mad Uva reers at usuansay iwn, ana aav
wrack oo lk reef to the BE of the Uland. Caste to aa anchor.
aod at 3 r at aent all two Duals luc th sand sptt, about two
asikM off. On th weat side fowod a atoddtngaail bnosk, rigged
A k nxg-poie, wilh signal halyards rove. On the KE aide j
foond tb a xig -boat on the hearh, having drifted aahore. Hhe
kad beearicged for aea, and been caused or store on the j
rocka. r)b bad a canvas deck, a kwwspnt. ringed tbe maat j
wiah th rigging had been cat clear of the uuat. tbe waa j
daadiy etowa. Us th soma ena o. tee miaou muna toe puvoe
sskere tbe crew had landed. There waa found, ber quarter
boat, avith a maat and raaasfna of k aail, saoored to two water
caaka,kalf full af treah waur.and a grapoell off ahore. rJhe
waa a wwk, being baJTy atove. Oo the aand beach were the
remaiaii of ctothin:. some caxpenlrr. Ionia, a box of bread,
bos of Jeany Lind cakea, and tbre of soda erackrra, aU
wat wtt ram watar i a tin chart caae, empty aucne tin of
pin applea, pat np ia cw York i tbe pulea that had been
used fir a tent 5 a topmast stutldirtgaail. made up. The wreck
was aoont four mile off", and It was too late t Ihe boat to
get to her that day. ami aa th weal her looked threatening, we
were compelled to go on hoard. There waa the appearance of
n gag at half mask an one af the mata that were standing,
nod a bcat'a crew volunteered to make the attempt to board
pc that aigt't. which however waa not done. The next morn
ing at 7 o'clock, started tot Ihe wreck, Mr Andrew J Cahill
in charg af th bn.it, tbe wind blowing hard In aqoaJU, with
heavy r-'T 1 ke koat waa flv hours in reaching the wreck,
And Lb re In getting back. Found the wreck to be a brig, Uy
aWdk Iter krad to th N W, full of water tke larboard rail
out of waier ; th main topesaat gooe at the cap; main yard
a-roaa, with rean-in of mainaaiT; the foremaal, lopmaat aod
toDCAiUat maat exaoia. with all th yarda acjroaa ; fore-ip-aairirt
-, remain ot lofaltuit sad flying, which was what had
aooearea hke a lag at kahf maar the day before. Tw cask
oftreah water war Uah-U a-turely an th larboard quarter
. , . I nM lh. 1 t. V Al IHRn.,DPNriKUUJ
.Ma ar twelve miles to BE. N brcakera in sight from the
Mr t'abill rat a hole m the houae on deck, ami
into k I uer."io. n.l ihe vel' l -k. whi. h be hrou
away. By lUr it aw that th wtnk u thai o( the
"tk iH-ruMii Hmm4rrir,t4 HamtMirr. frn han I ran
oara IhiuimI ! foft May on Ik r.t of Tartary. far Ual
ry awdtinj May Via. Tk k U..k kcuubt lo II
xaila al 4aral ia II- haii t4 lli" Acl.n OruuJi t'iuJ
trt INr mttrf ltr t U, uuiMlf tilnrl 8 V
"Ihtruaa; Ih r-roi o tb JTaattaoMr' ' w u ii
k mr, iM iiui ir, aulir,( tlwul 4o Lain . trut a
J jj lort'tar attrll, buk ul awl flu, ru-."
' Cala A . Oika f the Tacbt !
l.cll nW'hika Aa( lith Uli, faaainj Diamor.4 llevl afxl
loaisg (kl of Ilotkoiula at 11.30 vary 1 rU ar frof C
PaaaeU Cor a lira) at S r m. wbm the wirjd kauVr4 roual
tra.li! j axt.l it rajik tr-a tb NE. At I irlm k u kr
rrvm, ta the rlwuj to kr air aour' klnne Ik tan.
PVjrd WaouMM at 7 ocajck. ftaikaM at 9, aixl Kahana at
10. CxpartRacnl li I(kt tratle wioUa. aiul a dark that mr
raUi kartjlf af tla kuxl. rlttrtly 6er Diiiluilit waa off
Kahuka, hti ih vmJ auil-letily UiAnl ail cn frotu f:.
bHi ( a)ually witk a littk- rain. ilaarl off the aialo'h'rt anj
atom! by lh kalyariia f aUMit an knar I dul oot Lark iW-tii.
but tlmr a.K- tijr tall rantiiiif -aea rrry axxti. About
two kvaira afu-r mnimatil. kaJ a cJta wkie i Utnl until 9
o'clnrk a H. Darin th Ual six Ivuj dui not mak mile
TraJe vluj then apmof up, and anrlturl In VN aiJua at
10 4 w Muiwlay, the 21 h 44 kwn fruni ll joulula.
Taranay. A a) rTla. arM SVatalua at kvaa atlik pteaaant traato
ir la. At 11 oYfck wioj lfxii u. frrabrn, akftly after
vrab were atriark by arjuall hirk kbuckl Ibe Ui on
Lrt baa "ail. Had aii ail ae. and tb btl waa x far fvrr
thai abe juU nut bjiimJ her hlrti, while ibe water ai Hjr
!; lo ever Iba reenbtra le wb-4e b-tictk -f baleh. tt fa
the balyanla atxl abc rixbled. Tc-k two rvfa in nuiuaail anl
ah. a il alml oo our course: t wen- then atx-at one ail a
' baif aaikw '(T atvre and or Ibe aril end itt lite ialaftd. Had
alroog trad itk hav ara until we bal ruundeil tbe
i rrou.-! potot, ij it (til aira.i raJm. Worked aix.c ahore
' arxi rii in t Makah at 6-. 14 aiJ m bored iter hoora
i froan Waialaa. - e. -
ww-wim j. nu
V rdnevla?. Aorrb, tnt,k ih anrfcor at S-SO; wlnJ very
in to V aiattae and ancti'jreu there
TkurJay, Au 2fatk. left Wmu H8i. Waa .flT Bar-
AaJ atinr to anrbur .rT ibe r t.uoy at 1 a M
KrMay. Aa ZXHh. Ti of aailn.f aeoaud Ike Utaiel-?
imii Ju aaual'm. Ju II4I.KIM, taatain i
llsa. fOTTta, lat Oiurrr.
RcrosTov Oiitibh Baaa lx.ua a w, I'ki iiakT.XaaTCB.
Left Manila, Juite 2Un, tor Valiraiao, with rarro of ye
finrry aorara. Ilad the wind liht fr.. in HW through tbe
Ruat taaaee, wkkrh we paaaerl July ith. I-lt the coaat of
Japan 164b July. 1 1. I lirht nnrtherly witxl from July IClh
to 1'Jth. t tle wui haaavt to the amitbward. veerkng eaat
erly ap to the SIt. Tben the wind rarne from the eitwar!,
with s lieavy aa.frorn K. Acf lat. wind increaainx, veerinf
KrtiatM, rE aea iarreaaing. On the '31. MoaHn( a fn-ah
(ale fruia the eaalvard. with neavy xualia. tin the 3il, gale
7! - "'- "
of a rerotving auna, i
p under Vrr tnpaaila.
which vre khva away ahnrtly aAerwanla. A at 4th, blowing
; with t-arful vauaene nan the abip lo th. anatbwesiward tu
la the f wraail tuc 1 J hutwa la eacape tke ceatra of the burri
cane when the wind te-gaa to nwderate muuded to again ; on
the &th tbe wind ba.1 mouerated cooaiderahly atxt rhe an hail
goaw towa a ou deal, but tbe weather loukad dark aal
! threatening, and Ibe ap kee4ig bt-lb puniai guing. we -iii-
aoned aotue cargo ; and aJf-r a long p iaaae, againeA light K
! and SB winria. f(nall arrived at Houolulu Aug 211. Tbe
lxrhoaw will be diachargd aJid bove out for repuira
i ' Rtrniror Ca CoaCT, A. I ri-tra, MaTT.a. 1-eft an
; Franctacwai lew Aaguat 16ch. . FtraC two day out wind
' freah from N W with heavy aa running. Then the wind ml
1 erud and baule.1 into ike Ira Ira. whrre it remained ike Lal
janceof the paaage. Arrived lo llottolulu Auguat 31l,
' daya paaeage.
KtroiT or 84K R. C. Wuic, IIaltcswamx, Maarc
I Loft the Kiver Weat-r o th blh of May. etroag W wiuda
1 eumuelling the attip lo aail round the north of tfarolland. in
f . 1 j . -4. .a.' 1. -v-n.i u-.i 1.1 it,, o, 1 f
Iraq 0 1111 lJ ,A I iMr I'llllW X ll.Ut. 1. Ftuiw M V -
latanda on ibe lltU of Way. in Ul 60 N and V 6C W,
the equator lo long 301 W oo ibe Clh of Jaoe.
PaaaA fctt S0 avl Wjg 54 W I he ftth of July, an.! ambled
Pt-ifn l!.vi! on the ih- From lat 40 s B In tba A f Untie to
lat AO H and long 88 9 W In the raclflc, li tok u 12 clay.
Experienced a very heavy anowatorm from lb eaat, which
Uated fnr two daya. Had nearly one aninterraptrd alm
ten daya m lat ti 8 aad long fti 3 W. 'roaoed lh line in
the Pacific in Jot 13a W oa the 26th of Aajrwat H3 tlaja
from Bremen. (A the NE tradea in lat 13s N, and aighta.1
Hawaii on ibe &b of tfepteDiber, arriving in llooolulu Ibe Al
lowing mfrroing. atrr a paaaag of XiA daya. -
. Faow 8sa rer Kameruvneb V Aag. Slat : 7 c.ks rUutrk
Oil. 6 caka deal O.T, 2 caka aad 1 bale chark Fiua. 1 rak and 1
tu Turtle fuel la, IS caka Vperm OU Blutber, 1 ck Faah. .
Fa-ow MiitlLi-Per lcbnaw, Hrj. lattlS.ftaA mats
Hogar. SI eoila Bone. 1 tix Kam pie 8ugar. IS M Manila Cigara,
1) M Hap Im Cigar, to Order ? 5 bik-a Tarpaulirg. to lieetb,
Ucru.nl dt Co.
Foa 6k FAJiri.co I'er tMytnpla, Aug. 31at :
Betet Ibarra, b. 3 Taro, Inuket - 1
Lime, bxa 4. bx 1
Varoe Uomeatic $7 OO.
I trmntitu frwm Avrktand .-61 pkga Mdae. .
Fob STaast'CK Av NaviaaTOB la. Per loo, Sept. 3d t
11& Matches, cae 1
II. nana., batch.........
Camphor Trunke. neais
Corrugated Iron Slieeta
2 Preeerved I'olalora, tins . IV
I Pot. bbla 25
12 Roiea, roil............ 2
1 Sugar, kegs 9o
' 12 Tobacco, bxa.......... 4
' 100 Tutiguea. rak 1
taio, na. ........
2 Te. cheats -
Value Uomeaiie..Sl,009 t'i i Foreign iM 77.
Foa Baa Faaacisco rer Comet, 8ept. 6lh t
Baeirlpxs, balea 10 Palo, bale. --
Call Hkioa, pea 64 Rioe, bags 47a
C'urioaitiea, bs... ...... - I Sugar, kega.. .......... 1,712
1 1 idea, pea 409 bag. (A
Malrbes, Una 1 Tallow, bola 7
Pkdify, beca 164
Value Domestic.. $,iiv&J0 34i Foreign $S29 10.
Foa GCAM0 fatasDa rr C. M. Ward,ept. 6ih:
Bread, raka 3 Duck a, bales 3
raae. . AS MoUsaes. gil' 400
Beef, rak... ........... 2 Pork, bhla 4
Jfca 6,000 Palal, Iba .25,000
nags, bales. .i 20 Potatoes, bags 'JO
Caaka. galla 1,06lj
Value Domtatic. ..$187 Foreign.... ..$l,81d 32.
Fso Baa Fa
L Williama. Mr
Adama, A W ft
baxcikco Per Comet, Auir. Slst Mr and Mrs
aod Mrs Wm 31 Uavia. Mt 7 ChiuhaJl, li It
laflin, J A Qui oar. Dan Croft", Win O Bloke,
Dan UcCorriatoo. Wm Oedge, and li Chinese in steerage.
Fob Sal Faawnaco Per Oijoipia, Aag.Slst E 8-hwam-bom,
A Duranl, Miss E O'Neil, L F.ngelliardl, A Berkrrt. Dr
f goylod. alias AsprnwaJI, liaa Kneetand, Prof C. B Plum- '
mer. John Btapplebeeo. Mr Alee. W 8 clone. Master Harry
Black, fi B Jones, wife and t chiUren, Ale. McClnre, Jo J
Kippe. Julio, ravta, A rimweii, j fioroon, J Williams, J
, aod 44 in Iranaita from Auckland.
FaowMaaiL Per Lochnaw, Aug. Slst CaptCA French.
I I Faow Wlllii PoBTa rer Kilauea, Bpl. lat Mia
Lidgata, Viaa LJiaUwia. MUa U Jtuad. Alias A Jioud. Mra W
U Rckard. Miaa Cibaon, 2 Miaaea l.indaey, Mra W J Maxwell,
Jl .Mra Joneaand 2rLutren,Jas Dawtoo. H R Hitchcock, E C
I' Mitchcork. J RHnhardt. F Aitatlil,' B Bond. A Peleraon, A
r Hapaa. Jno K Akina, Mr RoherUon, W Pogua, J K Wikler. 1
7i Makee, U Cordon, A C Hmilh, Capt Kaai, and 74 deck.
. k Fob Wispwabb Poa-ra Per Kuauea.Hept.2d J II Black
w I and wife, II M Wbitney, Ferd L Clarke, A C Binilh, J K Hil
. I 'der. II Cordon, Col rpakling and wife, Miaa Makee. W II
t. - Bailey. J Bailey, Dr MeCrew, J T Chavler. Jaa Ka all. P N
m Makee and wile, II MacbrUne, C II t'hiUingarorlb, Bishop
to J Willi, A y t'lapfin, C II Adam. John Mmith, Rob'l Rycrofl,
' M Dickson, Cap! D Xtnith. John Kobtnaon. John Meek, A
'P. J rtaey. luratetiau, earn I wary.
.cllgan, Uco Mary, and about 70 deck.
f , . , ,
Fob Kot o i Per Jenny, Pept 2.1 D McBryde, Ja Cay,
f Biudt, wist and child, aid about IS dock.
fos eT..vra l.kaao ivy I no, gepu 3.1 Mr Barnard
1 yd wife, Mr Trawnpaoa, E Halt. -
? Faow Kahi hi rer Ka Moi, Sept. &ib II M Alexander,
n It H il.l.!n atul dek
Faow LaHaivt Per Nettie Merritl, dept. 5th 8 II liaise,
I 4ir cilia, I.IM pawvui, i intbauuirH, Mm iu i, vrv .
wf oi Dais r smriaco rar aontea, eepi. oin iao i.roii,
Vincent Monater, Theodora Herbert, W M Davia aod wife, A
W Williams and wile. J A Quinao, Wm JotiUMn.
Fob Gviso lata xo. Per C. M. Ward, rpf. 6th 18 na
FaOM Wiwb Tobts Per Kilauea. rVpt. 7th J D
Pari, and wife. F K Brown. Mra Von IMt, C F Hart, ttiahup
W illi.. John Paris, Miaa Ella Paris, t'haa Lake, P Melton, and
, . acck
Diaol BiltatM-lo thia city, at Fort Street Church,
September bth. by Rev. W. Frear, aaaiaied by Rev. H. C,
D anion, Mr. Hutu Mill Dawoa to Mm Harris M.
BaLBMI-, yooiig i-st daughter of the Rev. Dr. Baldwin. (No
By the steamer this morning we have advices from
our special correspondent en rout fur the scene of
the new eruption of Manna Loa. ' The party reached
Kawkihae on Wednesday morning at 1 :30. when
f "All hands turned out to take a look at tbe Sre
plainly to be seen on the B'immit of Manna Loa.
The air was corrpararJrelT clear, and the pillar of
! smoke illuminated by the fire beneath rose high in
tion was taking place, for at tbe distance of
The Uliavvj. Captain Hatfield, also arrived this
morning from Kona ana Kau, reports no now yet
from tbe cratrr.
Mb- EriTfR: In the 1'olice Court one day tbe
prest nt week there ccnrrod a case of assault and
battery, ia which a China boy. cook or steward on
board an English ship in port, bad been badly
beaten and abused by tbe mate of tbe ship. Tbe .'
direct provecation for the mate's violence was not :
apparent, but for all that the Magistrate only fined ,
him one dollar and costs. I beard tbe testimony, f
and failed to find In it mitigating circumstances to:
- , , : . i n .. 1
.its m.irh loa airtrravktinir c renmstances. I have
, le-.s aggravating circumstances, I.have
r Magi-trate to clap on a rousing' fine,
when the offending party has been a
n old saw bks it. that it makes all tho
'eorJ the ox ir thisr
gorea me ox ir. mis-
difference as to whose bull
case it was a Jofin Bull.
i Focn-poNEn. In tbe Police Court, on Tuctday.
the two Watsans, (father and son) and a Portuguese
in their employ, were arraigned on a charge of as
anlt and battery with dangerous weapons on
Joseph Sylvia on the night of the 1st insL The
f physician (Dr. u. MeKibbin. jr.) tesunea tnattyivia
fwas unable to appear on account of bis wounds.
and the ease was postponed nntil
The areiuiil wr- admitted io bai
De 1 recunrreii.
I in 10ihi nch.
SATMDAY SEPTEMBER 7-
Tho Now Ministry.
Ahliouh not o&nollj AUDoanoeJ, we are in a
joriti.o to tiAle dcfiniuyelj, that the following
g-ntieuven Itave aoceptot cCoe in tbe new Cabinet :
F. Y. IIiTcnirON, a Minirter of tbe Interior;
JIouekt Stisllvc, o MiDiDter of Finaitce;
Sru-utv II. I'hiujps, as Attorrjej (Jecerul.
Mr. Harris, the late Premier, has declined
office in the Dew Ministry, and the offi of Min
ister of Foreign Aff.iirn m jet Tacatnt. -
We defer any comment ujuu the coiiforrrratioH
of the Minidtr, until tLe vacant office in the Cab
inet shall have been CI led.
i Tho Second Associate Justice.
It ar rears that at the late termofttie Fourth
Judicial Circuit, Iteld at Nawiliwili, Kauai,
Judge Wideman.v y reeidiDg, a certain civil rase
waa entered upon the calendar and in due time
arrived at a hearing, which occupied the greater
part of a dajr. Witnesses collected from a di-
tant part of the island, were laboriously exam
iued; the entbusiarticoppor)jng counaol aired t lie ir
eiLfeTiiinirek anil eTKiliitel f f i 1 aatiitnpiu li f, t-
! V? ...
nil luuomu, p.rpiexca aiiu euiieriiig jury. toe
I Court, afcer patiently and faithfully hearing the
j cae through, summoned its resources and delib-
: cratcly and forcibly charged tbe a torehs id already
Tlte latter were tlieo com pel led
to deliver a verdict ia the matter, by leing locked
np in the jury-room with nothing to eat or drink
until they submitted, which, it maybe imagined,
did Dot take very long. As to the verdict, it mat
ters as little to us on which fcide it was given, aa
it did to tho parties in the case, liut uow comes
the interesting part of the transaction. After the
aforesaid verdict was solemnly read in open Court,
and the twelve exhausted jury-men had re pen
sively and solemnly bobbed their neads in assent
tliereto, it was asoertnined, through the advice
of aa ouUide counselor, that the. Court had no
jurisdiction to entertain the case, it being one of
j onl3 Curta f are
The unfortunate parties in the affair, from no
fault of their own, liad thus been allowed, first
through the ignorance of their counsel and then by
the ignorance of the.tribunal to which they applied
for redrcas, to incur, for them, a huge bill of ex
penses, with nothing to show for it. ,
It is a mortifying reflection that n blunder of!
this kind is postsiblo in any Court of this King
dom presided over by a Judge of tbe Supreme
Court. That Court ia tbe final tribunal of the
nation; it should express the supremacy of tbe
law.. It is nccetwary that its Judges should not j
only be wise, candid and thoughtful men, but I
learned scholars io the science of law; otherwi j
our Supreme Court will become a reproach, arid :
its high position as thejimpartial dispenser of Jae- j
tice and the bulwark of human rights will be lost. '
It ia scarcely possible that Judge Widemann
has not by this time had sufficient experience on
the liench to he convinced of his own unfitness'
for the position. IT, however he is not so con-j
vinced, it is only a trifle more astonishing than ;
the calm confidence with which he accepted the ;
office three years ngo. The best way in which to !
a... r.-L ' i : r i a
rvtrioe iiiut uuiotiuimm mioutae ior iuiu to re-
fin. before more di0trOU8 blunders compel the
interference of outside agencies. There is no
disgrace in one's failing to possess the requisite
qualifications for a Judge of the Supreme Court;
but it cannot be regarded as judicious, to any the
least, to insist upon bolding a position to one's
Own discredit and the. public detriment.
The popi'Laritt of the Queen's Hospital among
the natives appears to have very sensibly increased
of late. We vreie infonned yesterday that there
of late. We vreie informed yesterday
H was no less than ninety-three patienU tlien at
ihe noijtatrw-rriTiiich larger number than ever
beforehand that tbe accommodations were insuffi
cient, beds having to be made up on the floors.
,'it this rate, it will be a 'serious question "not
enly of accommodation for those applying for
ndmieeion, but of means to supply the wants of
so many nick and needy. ' The sum appropriated
by the Legislatnre at the late session fcr support
of the-Queen's Hospital 'was $16,000 for. two
years, being twice the amount appropriated and
expended . during the previous two years. A
portion however of tbe amount placed to the
credit of the Hospital was for the purpose of
discharging a debt. We understand that a meet
ing of the Trustees will take place shortly, when
we Diay have occasion to again allude to this
i Firf.wen's Kijcctiox. At the annual election for
ohicers of Protection " Hook and Ladder Coin-
fir o. I., on me oa insi., tne loiiowing omcers t
. . a n m tL ar . s . ava I
ete electea : -
Feremaw C. E. Williams. . .
At. t'vrrjnm R. F. Warren.
Sffrrtaty August C la vie.
Trranurrr Wm. E. Herrick.
DtlegateloUa F. KeDjron.
Tub Battle of Sedan. Monday was the anni
versary of the great battle, September 2d, 1870,
when Napoleon III. laid down bis arms and virtually
brought to an end the second Empire of France, in
the presence of the victorious Germans. In com
uemoration of the event, the Consular and some of
our Grnnan residents displayed the national flag,
and tbe North German ship Georges, Capt. Bebrens,
was profusely and tastefully decorated with bunting.
No Fexiodt. It was not until after tbe Olympia
bad sailed that our attention wss drawn to the fact
that sbe brought little or no freight for Honolulu.
In fact ber capacity would not have allowed the t
bringing of wbat oflered. In consequence there has
been no little complaint among merchants who bave
been disappointed in getting supplies of goods that
had been ordered " per steamer.' The inconveni
ence and injury to inter-island trade is represented
as serious. Meantime it is reported that tbe 7faAo
will sail from San Francisco promptly on ber schedule
dsy, September 7th.
Assault and IUttert.- Wednesday morning a
difficulty occurred on board one ot the English ships
lying at tbe Esplanade, wherein a Chinaman belong
ing to the vessel was assaulted and battered by the
mate. Complaint was subsequently made to tbe
police and tbe offender arrested, ana too case will
bt beard this morning. We have beard the remark I
made that it was surprising that a policeman should
have been standing by wben tbe assault was made,
and not offer to interfere. It may not be known to 1
everybody that by tbe stipulations of the French j
Treaty, which apply as well to other nations, the
local authorities bave no right to interfere on board i
of a foreign vessel in case of "crimes, misdemeanors j
and other matters of difference' between tbe officers j
and crew, and the policeman probably bad been .
instructed as to that fact. The restriction, however I
Ia an absurd and mischievous one, and will doubt
less be removed ere long.
Cbcei.tt to Animaij. Our statute ia reg&rd to
cruelty to animals is all too indefinite, besides being
somewhat absurd, inasmuch ta it is made a lesser
rne to be cruel to one's own animal than that
I . k a k a k. aw-.1l .i: AJ I .a
of knottier. U DroTWes toai wuuevrr susu -muici
7 pumsnea oy imprisor
j more than three months or
hundred dollars. If the
loffender, the fine isfivedollai
Bua" i""'- - i
or by fine not exceeding
animal belong to the
dollars. On Monday morn-
male was seen staggering along into town
,, , nnar . r.ri hmnf nnrtrlw
from the valley, under a load of six bags of paddy,
an.1 on reachins the corner of Nuuanu and Bere-
tania streets it fell from sheer exhaustion, and was i
nnable to get np, till the load was removed. A
bystander bad the curiosity to ascertain the weight
of each separate bag. and tho aggregate wss found
to be five hundred and forty-five pounds! Was not
that "inflicting suffering' under the meaning of the
statute? Tbe man who would be guilty of putting
such a load upon a mule ought to be enmpelled to
csrrv it hiinelf.
IX u- We da not remantber, for man j years, of
' a auiaiuer o dull, in all branches of basioen. as
! the prtstDf. TLe streets, dij after daj, have tbe
quiet and. stillness cf the Sabbdth pedestrians are
t few ia tle OiiJJle of tbe day. and tbeir rait unbar-
: ried. In truth, tLere is abeolatelj do business do-
iDg, anrwbere except in Tele a laboratory at Ha
waii, hat we look forward to tbe arms! of tb
whsling fleet after the first of next month, in tbe
hope that tbe report of good catches will dissipate
tbe dullness, somewhat.
j A Shooting Aitair. Word was brought to town
Monday 'morning that a man had been shot on tbe
otbr-r side of Ntiuanu J?a!i, during Sunday night,
j and a policemaa was dipatcbed at once to Bad out
1 ibe trutb. Tbe following are the facta -on one
side at least f tins care, it seems that a Portu-
gueae named Joseph Sylvia bad become eosmneed
j of Arm-lia Watiton. a balf-wbite fr liriog at Koo-
laa. wbo retorned Lis alfeHilion. Tae twain desired
to be 00 me one, but Mr. Watson the fatbet, decUl
.' edfy objected, and torbH Jfcfjb coining to tbe
bou-H.". On Saturday Jo?pb reived a letter from
. Atuelia. requesting an inierriew on Sunday night.
I He weat and the two agreed to elope to Honolulu
' and get married. They mounted tbeir horses 'in
the darkness of nipbt. and put for the pali. Ar
' rtred at the fool about mldnlybt. tbey-were' eon-
: fronW-d by young William W'aUon, brother of
! Amelia, and a Portuguese in the employ of tbe sen
J ior Watfeou. wbo ordered them to stop, lioth were
1 armed with double-barreled sbot-giuiei, and Joseph
j not obeying the order to Mop, bnt '-putting his
; horse to a run, both gnus were discharged, the shot
; (apparently common ducksbot) takiug effect in
Joseph's brkHt. face and arm. Amelia ro.le ou to
: town and reported ber lover to tbe police as killed.
white be slid off his horse and crept under a tree,
j There be laid till moruipg, wheu heing discovered
I by the Wauons, he was taken before the local mag-
I htrat and charged with bavins: stolen awav th
old man's daughter." After a hearing, the case
was dismissed, whereupon Joseph, in all Lis gore,
and bearing in his person about a pound of No 3.
shot, made his way to town, and eulcred , a com
plaint against William Watson and tbe Portuguese,
for an assault with intent to kill, and WaUon sen
ior for bing an accomplice. rk .
Complimentary Farewell Benefit,
Mr. CEORCE PAUNCEFORT,
By the Ladie and OenUemen of Honolulu, who will appear in
aa Klegact Claaaical aad.Laughabltf
DRAWING EOOM ENTERTAINMENT !
IMdam. !ISXa.rie Duret,
Mr. It RU1', ! alkrr.
i 0n Monday Evening, Sept. 9th.
When will he offered
a choice Selection from Ehaktpeare'a
tubttia tragedy of
T- T ,
awrawawaw aaaaaa aBBBBBa aawawaaaBBawj ajayawaawawaws aaaWaak a
. WITH AM A0KKKABLK ADAPTATION FROM
the ar33A.Xavox79 1
And in concluaioo a laogbaMe occurrence of
A LADY AIVI GlalwTMSill AW
In a Peculiar Perplexing Condition !
Tickets aod 8eats tecuml at Mr. Thrum's bookftore without
estr charge. -
TO LET !..-:
TUB OtCSIRABL.K PREMISKS, NO. 107
Muuauu A venae, at present occupied by li. West, Ksq.
For particulars enquire of J. &. LK.MON.
Honolulu, Sept. , 1S72. aep7 2t
SOMETHING NEW and USEFUL !
Chemical Washing Compound!
For Sale at Llsytl'. (.rotery Stre, Fort Stmt.
LIstiTb (.roterv Stre, Fort
' In quantities to salt."
Ill IS IS OXK OF TIIEBEST LAUOR-8AV-
1NU CoiniiouiMls ever ioveutedi it id something that will
not wear out ckthes by hand ruhltiiie, or eat tliein up with
strong cheuiicala. TLu ingrediouts ar proortioned so that
they are quite barmleaa.' Who wrll wear tbeuiaelves out in the
labor of washing, hen it can be done with ao tcucb less labor
and with he'n of a liule aoan?
gj, rkCTIONS FOR LSE.-Put the clothes in soak
' OTrr D,Kbt In coid water. If there should be any spots to be
mmnvaul nr V laa l
removel. or the clothes particularly dirty, rub on some common
' soap before puttiiuc to soak, or put a litUe of the compound into
the water. In the morning ut your boiler over the fire, and
I to every five gallon" of vattr put in one pint of the compound.
I Wriug out the cl tbes and place them in the boiler, and gradu
I ally raise the temieratuxe up lo the scalding point, stirring tbe
! clothes well with a sUck every few minutes. Drain well, rinse
I twice in clean cold water, ready for blueing, alter which hang
J out to dry. Very dirty elotlies may be boiled ten minutes, but
I not longer, aa they are apt to turn yellow. Should some parts
! ke very dirty. It would be well to rob a little wbile the water is
j heating. The fiuer clothes should be gone through with first
I separately, otherwise colored or very dirty clothes will be apt
t to impart a dincy hue. The same water that has been used for
! "l'""' "Z1 do f.the eoHneT-, w;hcn rri3LwI;e J
j added to toe boiler, add a proportional quantity of the
' eompouud. sepTlm
B ZkXox'ola.AXXt St.
J JAS OX
HAND AND FOR
peri or assortment of
SALE A SU-
WINES. SPIRITS, ALES, PORTERS;
UUIXART, PERK ET F1LS
... . .. . . -
CHAM I'AGNE. quarts and pints.
Itelnbard h Co.'s Champagne, qta. ft ts.
Different Brands Cala. Champagne,
Quarts and pints.
Le I'rieme Cantenac Claret, quarts and pints;
fH. Julian Medoc Claret, qnara and pints;
Chateau Lafitte Claret, quarts and pints;
Chateau la Knse Claret, quarts and pints;
Claret in casks aad on draught, ,
California White Wine, on draught; -- ...-.
Superior Cala. Hock!
Direct from the Vineyard, and
YVa era meal Pare Juice of the Or ape.
PORT AND SHERRY WINES!
Casks and Ckaes
Port and Sherry Wines, on draught;
Fine Old Madeira, direct from Cadiz;
Cordials, in cut glass decanters,
.1' Par'ait A eiour, Anisette, Kaa Verle,
Creme de Cassis, kau de Vie de Dantxic,
Cur con, Absinthe, Maraschino,
KARTELL'S AND HENNESSEY'S BRANDY
in casks and oases.
SUPERIOR OLD BOURBON WHISKEY.
Alse, a Few Gallons of Superior Bonrbon Whisker,
For Medicinal uae.
PURE WHI rK GIN ia Quarter Caalaa!
Pore White Gin in eases, 4 dose each; In in cases, 2 d sen
each; Oin io cases. 1 rloxen each; Gin in cases, li bottles each;
Gin in baskets, doten each. -
A LARGE ASST. OP BITTERS !
Angostura, Boker's, IluMand's,
I. X. I, Hosteuers', IlumbolJl's, Papifax,
' - - x Hum era Saaseoaain, Feoat, Branca, Orange.
37 All the above will be sold as Cheap aa atiy other house
In the city, either in I ood or doty paid.
se7 NO TRAVELING AGKNT EMPLOYED. 3m
Ifi CHEAT neeOBTMENT.
LADIES' IaIGIIT AIV DARK FAIVCY COLORS, 1st Choice.
LADIES' 1VI1ITE AIVD BLACK,. Assorted;
E.T'S ASSORTED SIZES, WHITE.
I - '
CEXT'S ASSORTED SIZES, BLACK.
'GEIYT'S assorted sizes, colored.
The abore is an Assortment or SO Dozen made to our order
and imported by us direct from the Jlanufiicturer
JOUVIaY, or Paris.
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, IN GREAT VARIETY !-
EIL.T3E1V 13TOS., CRITERION HOUSE,
V. K. WILLIAM'S BriLDIXG. FORT STREKT.
la uli f tbe Ball-lag F4 af the
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,
OCTOBER 2wak 1S12.
W. H. CoraweM
J. W. G IrTlja.. .........
J. II. Black.......
8. T. Alexander
K. P. Wilbur....
Samuel Parker r. 2
H. N. Sandford
Capt. TaUanl. ,
-ItECEPTlON COMMITTEEi -
T. W. Krerett, N. C. Wilttoog,
aad W. F. afoetman.
Who will procure quarter a for slraugers making application
on arrival io Iowa.
No pains wdl be spared by tbe marageanent to make the
occaaioo a pleasant reunion and a grand awecesa.
TICKETS for the Ball and Supper $5.00,
Admitting wwkmen and Lady ;
7b be had in Itotoluh at WAiey's and : TftrvnT
Arrangements are In treaty for a special vessel to carry ex
curaiouists to Maui and return, ot which notice Will be given
. Wailuku, Maai, rVptamber SJ, Itti. - : l - - m y
A QUARTERLY MEE1 f'6 OF THE
board of Trustees or the Queen's IlospitiJ will be held on
Satarelay.the 14th inst. at 11 A. M. at the Court House.
By Order, F. A. SCHAKFEK,
Hooolula. Sept. 6. 1872. (sep7 3t) Secretary.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE !
122 DAYS FROM BUKMICX.
PRINTS, LAWNS," MUSLINS, -
White and Blue Cottons, and Drills. I
Blue Denims, Burlaps, Mosquito Netting,
Blue and White Flannels, White Moleskin,
Assorted Bed Quilts, Assorted Silks,
Cotton and Linen ITandkirchiefs,
. White Imperial Linen, Assorted Towels,
Socks and Stockings, Assorted Threads,
- 'Assorted Shawls and Ftaids,- ' : .
.... . , ... r ;
Woolen Blankets, red, white, green, blue & gray,
. Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres,
LININGS, &c, for Tailors use.
Fine Silks and Woolen Goods for Ladies
Bunting, assorted colors,' French Merinos, .
. Veil Barege,
Assorted Perfumery, Labia's Extracts', &.e..
Assorted English S.-tddles, v '
French Calfskins. Paints and Oils,
A full Assortment of German, French and English
Rhine "Wines, Champagne, Scotch Ales,'
German and Norwegian Ales, Gin, Sherry,
Butchers' Knives, Peu and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Perforated Brass Centrifugal Linings,
Babbitt's MetsI, Banca Tin. Tin Plates,
Fence Wire, Galvanized Iron Pipes, '
Sheet Zinc, Best Refined Irons,
Assorted Qualities Nerdles,
Silver Plated Forks, Spoons and Ladles,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
Combs and Brushes,
Fancy Goods, Toys and Riding -Whips !
Assorted Cordsge, . .
Portland Cement, best brands, , . ,
Blacksmiths' Coals, Tar and Pitch,
Fire Clay, Fire Sand. Fire Bricks,
Oak Boats for coas'ers,
A Small Lot of Siferior
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Mahogany Sideboard, with Marble Blab & Mirror
Ditto Dining Table,
Rosewcod Centre Table, ditto Sofa.
Cane Seat Folding Chairs,
FINE HAVANA and GEEHAN CIGAES !
in full assortment and at various prices,
Music Boxes, Glass Beads,
And Many Other Goods too Numerous to
txi,ll i li otl
m M-T H OH. AS
V a. - " - . ,.
... ,J.l ,-..icipoiTiiaOa
DRY GOODS OF ALLICIIMDS, CLOTHING,
EARTi WARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY !
----- - af - . . . . ' -
SADDIaIaRYQIaAS IaEATHER goods,
PORTLAND CEMENT, ROPE, OltS, PAINTS," COLORS,
WITH AN ENDLESS .VARIETY OF NOTIONS !
.English, Yanltec; French and German.
Some of the Present Stock will be Sold for Less Prices
m than it is Possible to Import Now Good 3.
Invoices are now to Hand of
, CONSISTING llST PART OF: J i
' ' - . - ....
LACES, ALL KINDS ; BRIDAL AND BABY GOODS I
A well as a iarsrc Variety of icsirable Sundries
wjuch will Advertise' themselves
J a - I a
To prevent a rush these Lively Times, " " it will not do to say too much
. r . . ' ! independent of m-ing the Trade as, wise as ourselves. ' '
Prospect for Yourselves, do not purchase unless you get a bargain.
The central idea of conducting my Business is "a Nimble Kine Fence
; before a
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r,l. T. DOHNELL VOULD
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1'EW AMI) WOI DEKPUL WOVE1V WIRE M ITTU ASSES
A perfect spring mattras. without springs; a MsUrkss without straw or husks. Th Wlr MaUrass consists uf a strotif
rabric wtnd of 0tW feet of floe tinned wire a.tleit lnU -rfct s.rins aod all loUrtockwl hy an Inirriilmis norss ot double
weavinic. H hen this Pliable and Elastic Fabric Is strtMchnl into Its proper frame, th revolt is th moat perfect aleeplng- ar
rangement ever mad. B dtirs lo call tha attaation to th facta i lat That Ikey never loa their abac t 2d That they
never make a noise ; Sd That they never ned a repair. r .
They are positively warranted to be as perfect level kt the and 'f live yr kr, a. when 0 rat made, kbd ft aland the test
of one thousand pounds for ten days.
Further Information can b olxalned, and samples seen at tfc Fl! UN ITU RE ,V A HKROOMS OF M. Ta
DONXKI.I. Ka. 8S KINO STREET, HONOLULU. . .... :, ; i . Jil
3ST E VV G
E. p. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST KKCEIVRD A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
HABDWABi, COOKING -STOVES
SILVER 3?IL,.TEr) "WDRE,
PAINTS, OILS, V A RNfS H I
Crd Mtcfrrt, KeroitM Oil, Feoc; Wire, Not. 4, ft -inj 6, witb Uplti; WbIbarrowg.
Carrisr and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage Eprlngs, Carriage Hardware, liora f boes, no a Walls,
' Cut Nails, 3d to 604 Clinch Nails, Boat Nails, Cat and Wrought Ppilces, 4 to I inches Bboe Last and Flndin ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
Ircnoli Calf a31x.laa.BBi,
Bridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Tree, and Stirrups,, Marble Wash Basins aod Fi stare,
A Full Assortment of Carpenter' niul Agricultural Tools.
"BUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TUBS ASI) PA IKS, AVe.
DRV UOODS, Ac, Ac.
BLEACHED A1D BROWK COTTONS, PRINTS, &c., Ac.
New Goods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
FOB SALE !
THE LEASE OF THAT DESIR-
able Dwelling House and It on Riekard Street. ty
m . i .. : I kw th. MninH . . t.l -
.aw lunncrij vj ."- uv- - r-- -
vale residenee. The leas of the above prewtisea has eleven
years to ran, and will be disposed of oo favorable terms.
For particulars, apply to n. 8. 8W1NT0N,
sea b-w w tr At tbe Office of the Sap't of Water Work..
GEORGE HOWARD REGS TO INFORM
bi. customers and the public generally, that he has en
gaged a an assists at io th above establishment
Mr. W. J. Blake, late of the Buss House,
Custom attended lo Promptly and in (he Best Style
of the art. tvrtt
SELECTIONS ..TOR MO. 10
wliea seen Haadiome Form.
ill CVVa to . x s o .!
CALL THE ATTENTION
O O D B !
Brick Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
PICTURE FRAMES !
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY I
Ol FORT STREET.
A LAB0E ASSORTMENT OF
GILT, B0SEW00D AND WALNUT
; SQUARE AND OVAL.
Cheap for Cash.
Pictures Framed to Order.
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