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Dimond Head, Sept. 0, C:30 a.rn
Light E Wind,
Stmr C It Bishop 5 miles off.
A bnrk-rigged steamer 12 miles to
Sohr Knnla from Koolau
Sclir Uilama from Unnalci
Sclir Cutcrina from Ilanalci
Stmr Kilnucn Hon from Kahului
Stme G R Bishop from Kauai
Schr Kokauluolii for Ilanalci
Schr Luka for Kohnla
Schr Mei Foo for Koolau
Schr Gen Sicgcl for Koolau
Bark Josef a for G nay mas
Vessels Leaving this day.
Schr Leahi for Kohalalelo
Baik Emerald for Fort Townscnd
Oceanic Steamship Ootiip'y;
THE A 1
Iron Steamer Suez,
UODD, .... COMMANDER
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
on Sept. 22nd,
For freight or poksage, having superior
accomodations, apply to
12-1 , Wm. 0. IuwiN L Co,, Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The clipper Baric
Miller, - master,
Will havo quick dispatch for the above
port. For f i eight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiakfur & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
FLAGS I FLAGS I
Just Received, cz bark Obcrou, a new
Hawaiian and American
3, C, and 7 yard lengths.
For sale by
J. "W", Robertson & Co.
3 & I
iff HvJrr F
iff H wr g.
A NUMBER OF
jwmi Ml iwnwj
Vessels in Port.
H.B.M.S. Sappho. Clark
U. S. S. Alaska. G. 13. Belknap
Gr bk Adolpli, Koppclmann
Haw biig Nlnlto, Cameron
Am. bark Kalakaua.
Am tern Mary Dodge,
Br bark II W Almy, Freeman
Br. bark Oberon.
Br bark Lady Lainpson, Marston.
aj- Tno cupper UKtno
W. H. Almy,
Freeman, - - master,
Will have quick dispatch fortho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castle &. Cooke, Agents.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalna, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, K-
awalhac, liaupalioelioo auu ttlio.
ltoturnitiK, vin ioucu
alove ports, arriving
each Sunday a.m.
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY
MRS. A m-. mELLlU
LADIES OP HONOLULU,
i TVTfiW m3T7.TfffnvTTJRP7T.nTT AC
HATS S v " v -"x XVA " M -v-.v
Mrs. A. H. Mollis' Millinery and Dress-making
.'84 Establishment, 104 Fort strcotALoncluliU
By every Steamer,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
at all tha
Illg . Hume From l)no
Bt stmr Hansa. fm St Michaels. Sept 8
Bk Emma, fiom Puget Sound, Auk 18
Haw DK Kale, lm urcmen sept
Brit stm Sue, Dodd, from S.F. Sept 10
Am bk Martha l)als, from Boston Sp
Stmr City of New York, fm Syd. Sep 25
Stmr Australia, from S.F, Oct 1
Haw bk Iol.iul, fiom Bicmcn. Oct
Nor bk Imacos, fm New York, Oct 17
Br bkUllock fiom Lhcrpool, Dec
Bark Forest Queen fm Puget Sound
M. E. Smith fm Puget Sd, for Mahukona
Bktnc Kllkttat, from Puget Sound
Bk Cimdciii from Puget Sound
Br bk Glcngaber, fm Liverpool,
Biit ship British Ambassador, NC,NSW"
' Ger bk reiho, fm Hongkong -Brig
W G Irwin, fm SF, for Kahului
Schr Anna, fm S F
BRIG FOR SALE.
.PACIFIC MAIL Steam
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Splendid Steamship
City of New York,
Cobb, - commander,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about Sept. 25.
FINE LINE OF
103 Fort street.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
On or about Oct. 1,
For freight or passage apply to
H. Hackkelu & Co., Agents.
The Brig Ninito,
Having undergone extensive repairs;
with a good Inventory, and well found
in sails, rigging, &c, is now ofleied for
sab. For paiticulais inquire of
117 A. J. Caiitwihoht.
At $2.25 per Barrel,
By GEO. LUCAS.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
Line of Steamers
Bates, ----- Commander
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau,
as per following Time Table:
Lravek Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
New Millinery !
New Millinery !
New Millinery !
KTO THE LADBESa
JUST TO HAND, AN
ELEGANT LINE OE LADIES' H0SU
Direct from London.
Ladies' Silk Hoqe
In Ruby, Navy, Pearl, Drab, Cardinal, Bky Pink, &c.
Also Ladled LUlc-Thrcad Hose Laca In
Bky Pink, Ecru, Pearl, Cardinal, &c
Also, the same line of goods Embroidered.
Ladies1, Misses' and Children's "Balbriggan" Hose.,v
Ladles', Misses' and Children's Cardinal lloso,
Ladle1', Misses' and Children's Plain and Fancy Hose in grc&t variety.
EJT Every pair warranted A 1 GoodB 3
Honolulu, Sept. 9th. M. McINEilTfY.
CHAS; J. FISHEL'S
172 Popular Store.
Watchmalcer and Manufacturing Jeweler,,
Nos. 113 and 115 Fort Street,
Ex Bark Almy,
FOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
13-1 Br Castle & Cooke.
Monday, July .'I
Tluusday, July 13
Monday, July 21
Thursday, Aug. 3
Monday, Aug. II
Aur.ivKR at Honolulu:
Thursday, Aug. 24
Monday, Sept. 4
Thursday, Sept. 14
Monday, Sept. 23
BAiLEY & CO.'S
G-reat 10 Cent Store
"Will open today, September Cth,
1 0,000 Art' co s
At 10 Cents each,
109 Fort btrcct,
(Formerly occupied by 8. Magnin)
Splendid New Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry, ;
Elegant Gold and Silver Watches,
Sllvcr.Plated TVaie, &c., &c.
A SPLENDID CHANCE TO BUY
(Title Pec Simple,)
,JKt& THE undersigned offer fo
iBSiVwJT? Sale 'PIE ('OAI)Y Pw.Misns
tiSaa2w4 in Xuuanu Valley (lately ocou
pied byr. Uiirmicn iw(.
Thu'ahove pienilscs arc pleasantly lo
cated on the bank of Nuuaim stream,
with it frontage of about 337 feet on
Nuunnu Avenue. There aio many fruit
and ornamental trees on the ground,
which is of sulllrient size, to keep a cou.
pic of horses In grass nil the year round.
The buildings ronMntof largo Dwell,
lug, with, attic, roomy cellar, bathioom,
and kitchen attached, Cunlagchouso
The dwelling has just been repaired,
newly painted and papered at an expense
of $tfri0, and is ready for immediate oc
cupancy. A portion of the purchase moncv may
remain on moitg.ige at a reasonable rate
Tlio nbove premises will be sold at
Public Auction on Saturday, Septimbcr
30th, at 12 o'clock nnnn, if not previously
dlMKHcd of at prhate wale.
1B8 A. J AEG Kit.
The C. K. BiBhop,
Berry, ----- Commander
Lkavus Honolulu eveky
Monday, at 5 i-.m., for Nawiliwili,
KolouElcclc, and Waimea, Kauni.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
roil SALE Oil LEASH-A
SKwSi-wTi'oiore iiuiiutnc iinu uuinouccs.
tax&AjnThat desirable Htore fonnerlv
oi copied by I,. Turner, at Wuiohinu,
Hawaii. For particulars, apjily to L
Turner. Walohlnii ; or to A. b. Clcchorn
& Co,, Honolulu. Jtiti lm
THE FABT S ML1NO
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVr.KY MONDAY,
llcturning on Tltuisday, weather
Tor freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
Idl A. F. Cooke, Agent.
To Planters and Others.
FE R T I L I Z E II S . SUFEKPHOS.
PHATES and EONEMEAL,
For hale in quantities to suit purchasers
Uy 31. B. G1HNBAUM & Co.,
181 lm Queen street,
vc Honolulu EVERY TUES-
DAY at 4 p. m.,
FOR WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or parage, having superior
cabin nccommodfttions, apply to the
Captain on boird. 101
A. FHANK COOKE,
Office, corner Nuuanuand Queen streets,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Agent for the following Packets:
Wailelc, A6 Waloli,
Waiehu, &1aW Walmalu.
Malolo, t&mxQ Knluna,
Maim, 2tiiiJ6 Julia,
Ka Mol, Gen. Siogel, and Ehukai.
rTvmv Fr.i'.n company, a. w
U IJU9H, Manager. See advetUste-iTJoil T'lnff. -with White Boll.
mKt - - n4
M. W. McChesnov & Son,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions etc.
71 Salt,' etc., etc.,
THANKFUL for that liberal patron
aire which has been extended to
the uniicisigncd, rendering it necessary
to enlarge Ins Printing Department and
inou to more cpaclous quarters, h,e
would respectfully inform the public of
itrt change to
No. 6 Kaaliumanu Street,
(Flitncr's old stand, and more icccntly
occupied by Mr. Max Eckart), adjoining
Theo. II. D"aics' ofllcc, where all work
In the several branches of
News, Book & Job Printing
AVill ho attended to faithfully, and
in a t-tylu of art inforior
Tho Bindery Dopartmont
At the Old Stand ou Merchant fctrcet, hap
rLrentlv received additions of New Ma
chinery, for expedition and pcrfertlon of
worK, ana is wimuj rnrnwi on iiy oi
pcnencul Foreign Workmen,
Perforating, Ruling, Paging,
Marbling, Gilding and Finishing,
Executed in a maimer rquil ouny OlBcc.
on tho roaet
170 lm. TllOfi. G. THRUM,
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(8UCCESSQIIS TO IX. M. WlIITTinT.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 10 and 21 Merchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment in tho Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Blank Books, of all descriptions;
FooKcap, Legal and Bill Cap,
. Journal and Trial Balance Papers,
Linen Paper and Envelopes, all sirest
Writing and Copying InkB, in quarts, pints and cerm
Mucilage in all Mzcs, especially adapted to this climato;
Drawing Paper and Pencils,
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Tranult Book. Field and Lucl Books, adapted for the use
of Surveyors and Engineer
Memorandum and Pass Books,
Silver and Perforated Card Board,
Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Books and Pads,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Bookn,
And numerous other articles in our line to be found in a well kept stocH
Wo have made Kueh arrangements with our Music Agents, as will rnablaus
hereafter to kcop on hand a full assortment, and also to receive the latCBt pieces a
tliov oro published. Any special order will receive our best and prompt attcn.
Nos 2S and 30 Fort 6trcet,
Now Carriages of all kind'
on hand and built to order.
Ttflfiairlnir. PnlntlnE and Trimming
mfnt ou other page.