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SOSOZHLO. JULY S3. IStfS.
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Panama dates are to the ISth nit. TheSjr
raif JSrail famishes the foHowfcg item:
A Fsxscz Irsx os thx Pacttic Coash
There appears to be very Eitle doubt tha the
French Hoe of steamers from Panama to Val
paraiso, talked of tor some time, will soon
come into operation. It is to run ia connec
tion with that, already established between
AspinwaS M Son Xaaire, and to be carried
on by steamers of 430 horse power. A con
Tcatkm between the French Minister of Fi
nanec and the Comparaie Tranaatiantiine. to
this effect has been entered into and become
a project of law. This eon ventiott proposes
that the Govern meet should advance the
company four mgon of francs to ftcffifstn
tnecocstrcction of three new steamers, and
pay an annual subsidy of 730,000 francs a a
.postal subvention; and farther, guarantee
from the 1st of July, ISGS, an interest of five
4percenS on the capital of the eotnpany already
'invested is the present aenfegaa wen as on
that to be employed is carrying oat the new
Cue. The entire capital wiB be nearly sixty
millions of francs, and the Government ap-.pr-pTitM
ftrt fWTrgi- rf th'-rrT-irr.-,tee
the sunt cf two milSocs.
Fm SanzrsGS tterllar Is the price cf a
notice cf a birth, marriage or death, in the
rtuei ci tie Stooa for the csath cl Jolr.
nxnu it catt. isi Hm.
4k. T.U Hoca. 10 Ta. M.
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Tux JLsins of ilr. S. SariJgo mjurst
that clilm-i axisst the ratate be presto to!
Tar futir Chlcamro, under Koteocv of
doth for the murder ct Jitproa, on 3Uai,
aad who wrrti. to be derated next week,
hare been reprieTed br the King, to Fridijr,
the 5th of f chrnxrr next.
IVt notice that Mr. Wm. L. Green hi es
tablished himseU u a General Commission
Jksest and Broker, hsrinj opened hU office
on Qares Street. His loe? residence inooj
ua raerchast, and thoroch knowledge
I of basiness, eminently iittalHy him to caxry
. oo, inccesifaHr, the-new line In which he
offers his serTices.
Coracr xr Kaual The Cue ait Court for
the Fourth Judicial Circuit will commence
its sessions at the Court-hoase at XawCiwili
next TuesdiT. There are ulte a number of
eases on the calendar. Including one formnr
der, br polsonlnj. Chief J astlee Alien, who
will preside, left for Kanal last Fridi, In
tending to Tislt Hxnalei prerious to the
opening of the Court. The Attorney Gen
eral, and members of the Bar, are expecting
to sag for XmiHwiH next Satsrdar.
j FntsT WniTrt From Sheriff Coney, we
I learn that the Eimx, Capt Macomber, ar
' rived at HBo on the 13th inst-, from a cruise
on the line, with COO barrels of sperm oiL
! The ship saHed last (com San FrancUco, and
has met with great success. CapOIacomber
is reported as being sick. It is not time yet
to expect Tessels from the northern fleet, ore
to get news of what kind of a catch they are
baring this season.
Xat.ii. The JkVfonfo sailed on Monday
momisg for Hito. She steamed out of the
I harbor about 9 o'clock. The ship will be
j away some two or three weeks. -j
The VS. S. S. (Mpee, Capt. Emmons, U ex-
peeled shortly to touch at Honolulu, on hex
j war from Panama to San Francisco. A mail
j is already here, awaiting the arrival of the
r ship. Capt. Emmons has been at these
j Islands in a former crniee, many years ago,
and, we understand, has a great desire to
rerisit them before the expiration of his
present cruise In the Ompte.
Tex weather, the past two days, has been
cloudy and showery. On Monday, heaTT
showers pre railed on the mountains, and
quite a heary one in the morning reached
the sea, girisg the town and plains a good
dreaching. The summer, so far. has been
coot, the nights and mornings being delight
ful and pleasant, although the sun, during
the day, is hot and oppressive. The heat,
hewerer, is tempered by the trades, which
seem of lower temperature than usual at this
season of the year.
Tus Tawn seems almcat deserted of late
by faaBks, so many are out is the country,
or hare gese touring to the other Islands.
1 The seTerKy of the prerafiicg hooping-cough
tas induced many to try a change of air for
I their children, and the duH and warm sum-
raer weather leads others to seek the cooler
regions of the country. In a few weeks,
however, the current wBI again set towards
the town, and the deserted homes will again
show the cheerful faces of their accustomed
Cocnr at Hawaii. The Act of the last
session of the Legislature left it to the de
termination of the Chief Justice whether the
AriUEm Term, required to be holden at
Waimea, Hawaii, should, this year, be holden
in September or Korember. It has been de
cided to hold it in September, and we are
Informed that His Honor, the Chief Justice,
wia preside. All persons interested wiH,
accordinglr, take notice, and gate their at
tendance at fTaimea on Tuesday, the first
day of September. By the new law, the
Terms for Hawaii are to be holden, qfler thit
year, as foEows : in May, at H3o, and in 2o
Tember, at Wakaea.
BcsawaT. On Monday, an accident hap
pened to the carriage of Mr. Wond, through
the incxpertses of a white man on horse
back, who ran into the Tehide and frightened
the carriage horse. Mr. Isaac Hart, and wife
and ehfld, who were in the carriage, wisely
refrained from any attempt to Jump out, and
thus escaped injury. The horse cleared him- ,
self from the carriage sear WiTffams Cabi- '
net Shop, aad the only damage sustained j
was the breaking of the shafts aad the bar- j
ne&s. Many of our carriage accidents happen
through horsemen who, from their inability
to manage a horse, subject their neighbors
to danger whenever they go out into the
streets. Such riders have a perverse way of
colliding with carriages on the slightest pro
Tocatlon if not straight on, by backlatr into
thenr,as happened in this instance. They
cczht to cay for the damage, sow aad then,
if cniv to spur them into a tetter kro wledge
of how to ride.
StncxDS. At Waiatua, last Thursday,
Mann attempted saieide by eutting his throat.
He inflicted two severe gashes-, whica nearly '
severed his windpipe, and a third 'cut into I
the larynx. Thocgt Hving jesterday, there i
is very little chance of recovery. Anger, j
arising from a dispute with his father, was
the cause of his sadden attempt on his own
E&. The old man had his tet nearly
cateff by Mann, and as near as we can arrive
at the truth, the son attacked his father with
the k-rffr, before cattinjc MmsrtE The con
stable, and friends of Mans reported the
ease the PoEce authorities, and requested
Tn.f-T ndp to be sent down, bat suicide
it hardly be deemed a criminal offense, re
quiring' the interference cf the authorities.
Dr. McGrew went down on Monday, to at
tend the eases.
Some weeks since, a Chinaman, who had
twice or thrice attempted his life without
saccess, was arraigned before the Supreme
Coart, for the porpese of determining if the '
State could iTm any interest in a life which
its owner deemed worthies. The Court de
cided, that, under our Penal Code, any one
has the right to kill himself; if so disposed,
the crime being one that is not reecgnfcaHe
as a penal offense, "ffe notice, tys late Syd
ney paper, that a wonid-be Kdc&ie there has
been sentenced by the Court to two jean'
Visit or Urs MAirsTT to tbk Mcmosca
On Thursday of last week. Ills Majesty,
attended by His Acting Minister of Foreign
Affairs, and the Minister of the Interior, the
Governor of Oahu, and Ills personal Staff,'
Coh Kalakaaa and Majors Allen and Pratt,
visited the United States SteamshlpWiAwico,
Commander Edward Simpson. The party
left Charlton's "Wharf In two boats, about 11
o'clock, A. St., and were received by the
Commander at the gangway, the Hawaiian
Sag being displayed at the mast-head, and
the officers drawn up in line. General Mc
Cook, C. S. Minlster-EcsWent, was present,
la full uniform, to welcome His Majesty. A
royal salute was Immediately fired, with
great precision. After the salute, His Ma
jesty was escorted by the Commander over
the whole vessel, and was much pleased by
the indications of discipline and exact regu
lations which were observable throughout.
The crew were then beat to quarters, and
exercised in handling the great guns. Xcxt,
they were practiced in the use of small anas,
and repelling boarders. In this, the crew
appeared to great advantage, and attracted
much attention by their healthy and vigorous
appearance. Several of the heavy guns w ere
then fired, and two of the shells, which ex
ploded at a considerable distance from the
vessel, mast have excited some natives in a
canoe, who were near enough to see and hear
pretty plainly, bat not to be hurt.
His Majesty was then invited to lunch, in
the cabin, and was agreeably entertained by
the Commander, while the battery was se
cured and the decks cleared up. Cpon com
ing on deck, the ship's boats, which had
been all manned, were to be seen a little
way off, and were engaged for some time In
evolutions which were directed by signals
from the shipl This practice was very inter
esting, and afforded much gratification to
numerous parties on shore.
Shortly afterwards, His Majesty left the
ship, and another salute was fired. The
Boyal party reached the wharf about 1
o'clock, and we believe the visit gave great
pleasure and satisfaction to all concerned.
Tee Gxkv n. This dance, so popular at
home, with its great variety oi figures, and
adaptation to the time and attendance,
has been introduced to Honolulu society
since the arrival of the MaAo-go. It has met
with a cordial reception, and already has be
come domesticated through the zeal which
has been displayed in practicing Its mazy
changes, and hereafter, not to know the Ger
man wCr be considered to be quite out of
the fashions. Last week, at a private resi
dence in Nunanu Valley, the German culmi
nated ia a faacy dress party, where about
thirty costumes made their appearance, and
gave character and variety to the excitement
of the dance. The costumes Were tastefully
and beautifully gotten up, and showed not
a little skill in the wearers in adapting our
scanty resources forsach dresses, to the char
acters chosen to be represented. Grecian,
German, Italian, SpaaUh, and Tyrolean
dresses appeared ia the room, while other
ladies assumed special characters. The Boyal
Kamamaln, whose personification was com
plete, and who seemed fora brief moment to
have revisited our island kingdom, the Vivan
dkre, Diana, the Sonbrette, lone, Pocahon
tas, and Water Nymphs. Among the gentle
men appeared Brother Jonathan, Icgomar,
Shakespear, English Earls, Spanish Matadors,
Brigands, Corsairs, and Zouaves. The scene,
as these handsomely dressed personages min
gled in the dances of the evening was pic
turesque and beautiful, and possibly the Ger
man, though now so much in favor, unless
ia costume, hereafter will be voted as slow.
As this is the time for filling the Assessor's
blanks, we are requested to say that he
wishes the returns made promptly, only, the
Jtntday of Stpttmter may be substituted lor
the 1st of August, in the blank ; and be de
sires, further, tosay that all goods in bond
should be returned by the parties having pat
them In bond; and aH moneys belonging to
parties residing out of the Kingdom, placed
here for investment, or other property held
by agents In the Kingdom, for parties resid
ing oat of the Kingdom, should be returned
for taxation, by the agents having charge of
A notoa from Hawaii that severe shocks
of earthquake have again occurred in Kan,
Strang enough to tumble down stone walls,
we think is incorrect. Letters from that
district, up to the 21st, do not confirm the
THE COSTEDtBATE BOXDHOLDEBS IX ESG-
t i-m The present holders of the Confed
erate Loan ding to the desperate hope that
they will yet receive their money back, not
withstanding the lone; delay and sore dis
couragements which they have encountered.
The origninal subscribers, with certain ex
ceptions, and those persons whose names
are said to have been privately put down for
stock, must long ago have given up all such
pleasing dreams, and disposed of their interest-
outright. In the early period of the
war, comfortable inns were made by judi
cious sale and trasfer. The boadholdeis of
to-day are not supported by powerful "city
articles, and their prospects are. conse
quently, somewhat gloomy. W. Morgan,
however, writes front London on their be
half to an imrrifin journal, with the view
of establishing the theory that the demands
of the holders are not prejudiced by the
failure of the South to establish its inde
pendence. The bonds stipulate that pay
ment shall be -made "six mouths after the
ratification of the treaty of peace," bnt our
Jfew Tort en temporary points oat that this
phrase is not exactly equivalent to the "ter
mination of the war, and that, as a matter
of fact, no treaty has yet been ratified, or
ever win be ratified. On this- ground, there
fore, the claim far payment is not made out.
There are some, we believe, who maintain
fttit it is the duty of the United States Gov
ernment to pay off the bonds. Bat that im
pression does not generally prevail tt Wash
ington. There have been instances known
of the conqueror compelling the conquered
to pay the expenses of the war, but we can
not recall any precedent for requiring the
wincing side to undertake the liabilities of
the losinu one. Confederate bondholders,
exaept those who sold out quietly at first,
were alwavs s aczaine mortals, bnt that after
the Southern debt haa teen formally repudi
ated, they should still suppose it will ever be
paid, snows a cegree or counnence wnica
many foreign Powers would te very giad to
observe ta" their English creditors. In this
irsttrrr, the cscfidesce is- not appreciated,
aad it is, therefore, not likely to meet with
the expected reward. JhH Mall GtzxtU.
Isthedarkest days of the Atlantic Tele
graph enterprise, a friend of Cyraa W. Field
bought ten thousand collars worth of stock
for a ten dollar fcH. The investor came to
Cyrus W- Field to ask hint whether his pur
chase was worth anything. Mr. Field offer
ed to take the stock at a considerable ad
visee. Well, what do you advise me to do
Mr. Field f -"Take your stock home,'" was
the reply; "loct it op, and never look at it
nor think of it tHI yon corne to me toryoar
dividend oa it.7 That man is now receiv
ing, on his investment of ten dollars, eight
hundred cellars per amcm In geld.
AcOTicjxynocs witness down East re
fased to swear '"- he saw oae asa kick
another, bnt h readily took bis oth that
he saw defendant take bis loot away from
Cvkx ron Corns. The safest, tbe most
am-ssib!e. and the miwt cfTkient rure of a
com on tbe toe. Is to double a thick Jrcc of
soft bnckskln, rut a bole in it largo enoagu
to receive the com, and bind It around tbe
foot. If, In addition to this, tbe Tout Is
soaked in warm water for five or more min
utes, ery night and inomlnc, and a few
drops of sweet oil or other oily substance
are tabbed In on the end after tbe soaking,
the corn will almost hifalllbly become loose
rnomrh lc a few da vs to be picked off with
the fingernail This saves the necessity of
paring tne corn, waicn operation oas some
time been followred with dangerous symp
toms. If tbe corn becomes inconvenient
asaln, repeat the process at once, ILiB'
JouthbI of ITra!t..
Tux Established Church of Scotland Is
reneraitv. br Its Synods, remarks the Jioct.
petitioning against the disestablishment of
thelnsn unnrcn. ine petition irom tne
provincial Synod of Galloway states:
"That lathe judgment of your petitioners,
it is tbe sacred duty of tbe rulers of a Chris
tian State, In their official rapacity, to coun
tenance and uphold the Christian religion:
and thai it is Incumbent, to assist and
maintain the Protestant doctrine and wor
ship as set forth in the standards of the Es
tablished Churches of England and Scotland.
That therefore, the withdrawal of national
countenance from tbe Irish Branch of the
United Church would be at once a grievous
departure from the duty which this Chris
tian State owes to the Christian Church,
and a gross violation of the constitution of
this kingdom, which has secured to the
national Churches their tights and privileges
by tbe most solemn guarantee that can be
given the Sovereign's Oath."
TuxKrw Loxd Bkoi-goax. By a fresh
creation in 1SC0 the barony of Brougham and
Vaax was to descend, in default of male
issue, to William Brougham, Esq., the
youngest aad now only surviving brother of
tbe late Lord Brougham, who has accord
ingly succeeded to the title. Tbe present
Lord brouzham was born oo the 20th Sep
tember, 1W5, and Is therefore in his seventy
first year. He was educated at Jesus College,
Cambridge, where be graduated B. A. in
1S19, and M. A. in 1S32; be was called to the
bar at Lincoln' s-inn In 1SU, and sat as M. P.
for South wark from lSSJto 1SSS, when he
was an unsuccessful candidate for Leeds.
He was for many years one of the masters of
the Court of Chancery. He married, in
August, 1KS4 Emily Frances, only daughter
of the late Sir Charles W. Taylor, Bart, by
whom he has three sons and three daughters.
His eldest son, now the Hon. Henry Broug
ham, Is a clerk In tbe House of Lords.
Ia Booalata, Jalj SO to tb wife alG. Silken,
Ia Honolulu, Jaly Stb, ta tb wift cf Jam
AtcGaire, a sea.
IV. U GKIiC-Y,
General Commission Agent and Broker,
ornca la rtai-rtoor scxl&bgs,
25) Qawu Street, Honolulu, fly
BILLS OF EXCHANGE llought
and Sold. Apply ta
w. l. green;
EVERAXi VALUAULE Properties
tor tale and .Lease. Apply to
S-3m W. L. GREEN.
ORDERS RECEIVED J'OIl TUB
HOXOLDLC IKON" WORKS Co., and
Estimates for Machinery girea. Apply ta
SS-Jm W. L GREEN.
A GREAT VARIETY OF SEV
and Second-hand Sugar and other Ma
chinery far sale. Apply to
IS-3m W. L. GREEN.
CHARTERS Negotiated and Ves
sels bought aad sold. Apply ta
W. L. GREEN,
2S-3m . Broker.
0ffgf ABOUT ONE HUNDRED frTpl
$yL HEAD OP CATTLE. nowSffL
running in Paaoa Valley, consisting of Much
Cows aad Calves. Enquire of
iS-at J. L. tUCHAKDSON.
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
In iVHaaaii Valley.
TUT? rVnPRSTfiVTTT. "
t2T ""L fr i-lm Mat rmr.rtr .'n Vnw
rnrip-W Va-lTe-tv SfhUK i sin. nf
"the moet de$trab locations
for a Jr imilr Keaulccee in the Co an try.
Hu a good Dwelling- Ho rue with fix tocos,
and the ntrceisary oata3lin5, with a fine
bxg&rrlca lot well fenced in. xnd & Ixr-re
nojaber of Fruit Trees cuch aj lUango, Peach
and pie. all cf which are bearing.
ALo, a Pasture Lot of fiteen acres adjoin
ing, which is well clo;ed ia b j a pood i tone
walL For particulars apply to II. E. Meln
tjre and Bro., corner Fort Kinjr Sts
3S-U . II. McDTTYRE-
Per Steamer Montana!
JASES AND BALES or Grey and
Bine Flannel Shirts,
Me rino-Finiihed Undershirts,
Fancy Cettan Pants,
Drab Moleskin Pants,
' Wool Shawls,
White aad Celar-d Ceburgs,
Fine Black Baratheas,
Aa Aisortoeat f White aad
- - ? 'Napolitanei,
Men's Calf-Skin Boets, ,
Felt Hati,- ?
A:c, &c, Ate.
F02 SALE AT BEASuSiBIE PZICZS BY
TIIEOIJ. C. IIELCK,
S7-3t Car. Fort at Merchant St.
FRESH MILKMrRESH MILK!
CSWIE USD EEHIG i"ED, HAV-gfcr-g"jnig
boajnt sat th gin- "" jJq
Basines of Mrs. Johnstone, will eanu&ae ta
an p ply daily. Fresh MUk, to both old aad saw
esstamers, promptly and regaiarly.
Oar new cstahTiahment feeing coaeected with
one cf the most extensive cattle aad dairy
farms cn this ialaad, extra rap piles tf milk
can be famished in aar qaaatitr, at short
ijiotiee. Custom BeaptetfcTry Soiiritad.
43 lt-tiUxa rerirter. eoioer aad eoseer-fas-
-tesed. saw raasinz between this Pert and H3a,
having jut tees jut ra a taoroazn state at
repair and farauhed with a complete stttcf
An- cans. bear, tarsnsn aaetie, etc tsaow
offered for sale. For partteaiarr. apply ta
I." lb TOEBEET,
17-tf J. H. Coney, Huo.
H. S. FLAG (,
CIVIL ENGINEER & SURVEYOR,
3S Ijthulnft. ,'Hinil. 3m
Supremo Court In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate cf Jonathan
Roger, of Honolulu. Island of Oahu,
ProrER application having brea
mad to the Honorable J. W. Austin,
Jostiee of the- Supreme Court, by W. C.
Parke, Administrator spon said Estate for a
final settlement of the accounts of the Estate
ef Jonathan Rogers, of Honolaln, Oahn, de
ceased. N'otfco Is hereby given to all per
sons whoa it may concern, that Wednesday,
the 13th day of Augait next, at 10 o'clock A.
x is a day sad hour appointed, for hearing
the aforesaid application and all objections
that may be offered thereto, at tho Court House,
ia ths town of Honolulu.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu. July 23, 1S6V5. iS-3t
AIM, PERSONS HAVING Claims
. against tho Estate of the 1st Clinton
Jackion, of Honolaln, are hereby notified to
present them to ths undersigned, and all those
indebted to tba said Estate are requested to
make prompt payment to the same.
JAMES A. BURDICK,
rrUIE BOARD OF MANAGERS of
X the Royal Hawaiian Acticoltaral Society
having purchased a tract of land on Emma
and School Streets, ia Honolulu, which Is
rapidly being pat into cultivation, and tho An
nual Meeting of the Society for election of
orScers being close at hand, (in August stxt)
tb subscribers to this Society an hereby re
minded that their annual subscription of Fivo
Dollars should bo paid to tho undersigned on
or before the 10th of August, to entitle them
to a rote at the election, and the public gener
ally are reminded that a payment of Fifty
Dollars constitutes a life member, and of Fivo
Dollars an annual member, and that in view
of the largo expenditures of the Society, con
tributions and payments are mueh desired and
will be thankfully received.
A. F. JUDD,
IS-St Treasurer R. H. A. Soe.
RECEIVED PER STEAMER,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies Hoop Skirts,
AND A VABESnr OF
AT MRS. BLACK'S,
CURE FORJHE BLIGHT!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
ing discovered a curs for this
Scourge on our Fruit Trees and
Plants, offers the tame to parties
whose plants are affected with the Blight.
For farther Particulars, enquire of
Neville's P. 0.,
N'ortb Eona, July Sth, 1S6S. I6-lm
Not by Boz, but by Fos.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFT
his friends and the public generally, that
he has now on hand a good assortment of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, Tobacco and
Cigars, and the most heterogeneous collection
of articles ever gathered together in one store,
and which, from being purchased low will be
sold accordingly. Fasullc will b supplied
cheap. Orders from the other Islands will be
carefully, attended to and filled at prices cover
ing a bare commission.
A complete assortment of Garden Seeds,
both Vegetable and Flower, always on hand.
Sage, Mint, Thyme. Summer Savory, Parsley,
and Horseradish Roots constantly on hand.
BooE-Ernrisa on moderate terms, and
taught for a small remuneration.
Do not forget to give the Old Curiosity
Shop a call, as bargains rarely met with else
where are to be found. H. FOSBROOK,
The Old Cariosity Shop. Fort Street,
25-lm ' Opposite Gov't OfSces.
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands!
IAJI RECEIVING REGULAR I.Y
From SAN FRANCISCO, alTthe Newest
Styles io Millinery Goods, such as
BXBBQNS, WREATHS, AO, '
'Ladies Ac Children' Hosiery,
Gaiterx, Slipper, Shoes.
Ilalruoral .V Croquet SUIrtx,
Hoop Skirt, etc, etc., etc.
3 ILK GIBDLE3 & TASSELS of ALL COLORS,
Together with a Large Variety of Fancy
aad other Goods.
Ail Orders from the Other Islands
Promptly Attended to.
3IKS. J. II. m.ACK,
TO BE SOLD.
A POXT, CARRIAGE AS'D
HARNESS, complete. The Horse has
been driven by a lady, and is free from vice.
ALSO A SADDLE HORSE, perfectly quiet,
and a good pacer. Inquire at the
;t-tf REGISTRY OFFICE.
PER HOB'T COtVAIT, FINE HED
SALMON, from Fraier River.
160 Fonnds White Clover Seed !
17 THEO. H. DAVIES.
THE UNDERSIGNED, intending
to leave this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons indebted to bim to make immedi
at payment, and those having claims against
I? will please present ths tarn for settle
ment, fcl-tf C FRED. PFLCGEB-
T BANEFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, EES
peetfaTIy informs his Costomers and the
Pahtis gecerally, that be has removed his Ba
kery from the earner of Hate! aad Maonalrea
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the American
ARE PREPARED TO FtTH-
saa Fire-Wood of the Best Ooallty
Ohia, Eos. aad Neneteaa at eerr Landing',
scar H Bay, in quantities to rait.
HIICHCOCK A BROTHER,
- BIo, Hawan.
For fm as er parties Ian, esquire of
Cxretl Cooxsv Agent. 17-tf
By C. S. BARTOW.
REAL ESTATEJN HONOLULU!
sSjB-klir ORDER OF THE
aaaHlHeat a V .
-J bo sold at Public Auc
tion, on SATDRDAT, tho lit day f Auguit.
1SSS, on tho Premise, at 13 o'clock noon, tho
premisas on Fort Street, Honolaln, directly
makal of the Fort Street Church, and at pres
ent occupied by Samuel Savtdge. There It a
flue dwelling house on tho premises, contain
ing six rooms, and a good cottage containing
two rooms, and tho necessary outbuildings,
tho whole forming a very desirable residence.
Tho lot contains one-third of aa aero ; Title
fee simple- For further particulars, apply to
C. S. BARTOW,
SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
ON WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
At the Residence orrrlrs. Hatlt.
vay, oa Hotel Street,
Will be sold at Public Auction,
Parlor and Bed-Room Furniture!
Hair Cloth Sofas and Chain,
Hair Cloth Rocker, Centra Tablo,
Dining Table, Can Seat Chairs, -Lounge,
Bureau, Small Tables,
Cook Stove and Fixtures.
Oae Superior-Toned Koxctvood
Case Piano Forte.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11th,
Regular Room Sale.
MR. SAMUEL G. WILDER WILL
be associated with ma in business from
this date, under tho firm and name of Adams
E. P. ADAMS.
' Honolulu. July 12, 1SS. 17-1 1
rrUIE TAX ASSESSOR'S OFFICE
JL is npon the Lower Floor of the Court
House. A box will bo placed at the. door for
the reception of Blanks.
S. N. CASTLE,
DURING OIY TEMPORARY AB
sence from tho Kingdom, Messrs. F. A.
Sebaefer and Em. Fenanl, will attend to my
private affairs under power of attorney.
C. DE VARIGNT."
Honolulu, July 18, 1S63. 27-31
MANILA CORDAGE !
JUST RECEIVED, an Invoice of
Manila Cordage, assorted sites.
For sale by
26-t CHAS. N. SPENCER A CO.
A Stove that is a Stove!
A FEW MORE LEFT, OF
those Celebrated Premium Stores,
"TROPIC," "PEERLESS." and
ELDORADO," with or without ex
tension. Please call and examine, at
25- Corner of Fort A Merchant Sts.
g-, THE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
K3on Richards' Street, Honolulu, latelyjj
occapied by R. Sterling, Esq. Apply ta
25- A. F. JUDD.
milE UNDERSIGNED FORMED
JL a Partnership on July Ith.lSGS, and will
carry on the business of MERCHANT TAIL
ORS, under the name of FISCHER A ROTH,
at the old stand on Fort Street.
N. B. All business dating previous to July
-1, will be settled by Mr.Fischer.
Honolulu, July 15. 1863. 26-3t
PER "CHINA PACKET ! "
"rVTr-rn n Oisctivs I
FOR SALE BY
AII.VAA & CO.,
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
AY BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKES
Late Lava Plow at Eahnku !
And the Effects of the Late
Earthcxaake at lVioltlnu, Kan.
Also VIEWS OF KILAUEA and other
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc, all for sale at Low Prices. Also, Oval
Frames of all sires, and a few Sqiare Frames,
which will be sold cheap,
51-tf II. L. CHASE.
Licenses' Expiring in July, 1868.
O ETAI1., Hoocliila Jalr 1st- Urnum k PtB
JK Upr, 11 ia TI, IZth Aa fa, lUh Aa III. 2n4
auz Uoui, ltth T W Wurea, 221, AMsaa, 31 W
Craa. lit Ab Xii k Go, 2ad Ah Mao, 13th D X ftitaer.
nalalaa. thhs 2Uh Ah Wu.' Heria 1 ith Ab Tunc.
Wailiee,Maal-lJtTCWaite. lUca-Otlir J. etael.
ISta 3 Kaaaxaole k Co. CaOoo, Hawaii SJ Cfcoa
Tock, SI D MJnUojaarj. Wahaea il Graxiof Col,
ttilo 2Qth J D MUU. 2ti C U TTetmre. Waioaraa
h Kawaa, Kslaltfa k Co. Koloa, Kauai SI X
G Mia limn.
vmoUSlIXllxtinla, Oaia Irt Ilrmaa aoI
PWIBpa, sOi i Eatidre, 1st Walter ACen,latTH
Daviea, 3S Ah Co. MccaL
VICTUALLING tlaoololOj TUtAh Lean, UOo,
HawaO, 17Ua U
PLAaTATJDT TLtna. Itari-Uth KasM. HUo,
Hawaii 1S1 Tacl.r k Waller.
UOZZ-itxrtsH, Oaio M Kasakna, So 8, Hit
Sm. So 7 (li. tlMt Xakae, Sa S.
BOAT-ncrxJala 17thJ KalU. 1st i Bakar, La
fcaiaa. rriCTTCt Labaiaa, Maoi-SSl Kill aa la.
BrLtIAEri-HMaa!a, Oafca ;ti, alt k Kro-
Por Sale Cheap!
A mSSW BOBTiER
OF 18-UOKSE irOWER WITH
eoaspiste aif, mlialM new ami
with all tholstott iaayaTtwiiaU, to Ve hxl at
a low Savra at
2t-tf y So. H0mCHlVAS6KX A CO.
Br ADAMS & -tVJLLOKR.
WEDNESDAY, JULY ff
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. U
WILL BK SOLD,
AX ASSORTMENT OF QSNWHii '
Card Matches, Boxes Santioes,
MeMarray's Oysters, PKHoeotso Poasde,
Downer's Kcrosefl. Mae MaaksW,
Hickory Shirts, Am'n DesiaM,
Boxes Caadfet, Hoses Tea, I
Tumblers. Pistes, ,
Cups and Saucers,
Pio FroHs, MsaiU Clears,
Fancy Shirts, sad
Extra Oregon Flour,
Bran, Oats, and
40 Barrels of Molasses, aad 1 '3f'
5 Casks of Portor.
AIho, at II o'clock, Iattsieh.
ROBT RICKOFT, "
HAS OPENED HIS SHOP ON KINO
Street, next door to Horn's Confection
ary Shop, and offers his services la all branch
es of Plumbing. All Jobs will hereafter be
executed with promptness and in a thorough
ALL PERSONS are hereby noti
fied not to trust my wife, Mary Paneo
hua, on my account. h having left my bod
and board without just cause or provocation.
Waipa, Kauai, June 21, 1863. !Wt
Three More Left.
Patent Agraffe Style,
it for a Tropical Climate Tho
best toned Instruments ever im-
forted. These Instruments are acknowledged
y tho greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
At once to canvass ths most
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BancToft's Map of Use Pacific
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