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T II K V 0 L V N KM AN. 4b ADVERTISEMENTS. ALLAN linve NEW GOODS. GEORGE PELLY & OEORCJE T MJJ Agents tor the Hudson's Bay Company, have just received, per uirque Brothers, Irom London, and ofler for sale, tho i'j.lo.ving article?, viz : Shell Augers Brad Aw U -blue and white Earthen Ware Basins with soap downers to match Earthen Ware, Slop, Sugar, and Milk IJa.-ins lnt-s Bed steads, with Moschcto Curtains und Hair Mattresses complete Day & .1artin's best liquid und paste Blacking Wino Bottles Wellington and Hessian Light Boots India Rubber arid Cotton Braces Bolts for doors cloth, hair,tooth, shoe, whitewash and horse Brushes .1othcr of pearl, shirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt button imitation wax Candles plated and brass Candlesticks and Shades cloth foraging Caps, plain and with gold late bands, of all sizes handsome dressing cases cut glass salt collars pairing and mortico chisels oil cloths for rooms ladies' superfine cloths damask table cloths and napkins frock coata brass cocks (ass'd sizes) tombs dressing, &c. &c best velvet w ine corks cottons, prints, regattas and bleached long cloths fine book and printed muslins India rubber capes sets of block tin dish covers sets of dinner and tea crockery, &c sets of China plated and lacoucrcd liquor and cruet stand decanters, plain and cut, quart and pint bleached diaper, for table linen linen drill, white and brown pieces blue and white llannel, superfine and second quality black silk fer rets hand, cross-cut, and pit-saw files sailor's Guernsey and ducc frocis copper, brass, and silA: gauze, for moscheto curtains and safes wine glasses of all sorts and latest patterns toilet plasses of fi nest plate glass spiAe and assorted gimblets win dow glass gridirons, large and small hK cotton, and Aid gloves Socfrct gouges twilled cotton dres sing gowns, shawl patterns percussion caps gu:i flints legs gunpowder, of 28 lbs each linrnl.er chiefs, Wi and cotton, for neck and pocAet Hasps and staples blacA- and white beaver hats, latest lasnion ninges, iron aim uruss runt: mm fjcimf . men's silt hose-bleached IIueMwcfr, for towels- j a)0 ,s , , 40 , '"mess, J prim, blue cloth pea and superfine cloth jacAets-fla t bo It J.:lj 8;in , a(1 ime k . ,0'1)Ms J I. A n m.m m.iiAt lint ivrtiu i. inn iVfiitu iliiililit i U.IIU UUil nun aiiivwiiiiii iiyii'' jMiiii uumih new goods. 3 & II. GRIMES, have received, by late arri Ji vals from United States, England, Sydney und YalparaUo, the following articles, viz: Dry Good. Blue, brown and white Cotton; do do do Drill, French Print, Calicoes. bro Linen; lig'd Menched Russia Sheet ings; satin strip'd Cambrics; cotton Hdkfs ( do Shawls; Turkey red nnd Stitch plaid Hdkfs ; de Laines j wht and col'd Cambrics; Eng. long Cloth; Tu)lor's spool Cotton ; I .isle Eihriiiifs ; Alpine; 'iaiubroon : white linen Drill ; Turkey red Prints ; fancy and striped Shirts ; printed red and wfiitc Flannel ; Eadies' and (ient's cotton Uloves und Hosiery; cotton Lacings; coarse and fine linen Thread; bro und white grass Cloth; Nankeen ; linen and cotton Jackets, Pants and Vests ; white cotton Thread ; Drilling; -I'M China Fans; line white grass, Cloth; 4 pes aupcrlinc blue Broadcloth. Silk Goods. Black, blue and pink silv'r col'd sewing Silk ; do do do Satin, ladies' 1 tiki's, silk Lace, Bandanas, Stockings, Socks, lllovcs, Shawls, 3 camel's hair Shawls. Crockery. Soup Tureens, soup nnd shallow Plates, Cups und Saucers, yellow stone Bowls, pudding Dishes, Pitchers, Tea-Pots, Mugs, large and small Dishes, Batter Boats, sugar bowls, creamers, covered dishes. Glass Ware. Cut and plain wine and champagne glasses, di.ihcs, tumblers, decanters. Hard Ware. 12.1 kegs cut nails ass'd, 10 do., shingling hatchets, 4 dozen axes, 10 dozen screw-augers, 15 doen liles nssd, j a dozen carpenter's adzes, fry puns, sauce pans, 1-a dozen carpenter's axes, iron pots, gridirons, sad irons, stynip irons, corkscrews, curry-combs, inane combs, screws ass'd, post augers, harness buckles, door latches, pad locks, 80 door locks, dog chains, chizcls, carpenter's com passes, dividers, rules, percussion cups, bridle hilK spurs, v!0i heavy hoes, lono lbs cast steel, rr0D lbs hoop iron, 50II0 " German"' hooks and eyes, flu M needles 1st und d quality, pins, scissors, tin puts, pans and tea pots, 1 JO slits of iron, patent balances. Paints, Oil, etc. gnls linseed oil, 100 gals spirits of lurpentine, 200 qr kegs white lead (English and American, lampblack, verdigris, black paint. YE W GOODS. beef; and single, of all sizes earthen water jugs iron, wrought tea-Aettlcs and cast iron pots double and single blado pocAet Anivcs also, table Anivcs and forAs of first quality handsome table-lamps, lace for ladies' dresses Irish linen loc.As, pad, brass case door, desk, cupboard, &c. nails of all sizes, wro't and cut needles oval and round tin pans, in nests of 4 each frying-pans, large and small silAr para sols and umbrellas, of a new pattern clay pipes mixed and diamond pins : light ploughs, with nume rous spare irons to each: sailor's boo A- tin pots: earthen ware: tea and Britannia metal tea and cof-fuo-pots, of very handsome patterns: earthen ware chambers, blue and white: fancy quitting, for vests or bed covers: black hair ribbon: saws, cross-cut, hano, pit and tenon: ladies' scissors: cor A- and wood screws: silt serge, of all colors, for coat linings: shovels and spades: ducA- sheeting, for light sails and trowsors: shirts, men and boys' white cotton, striped, regatta, blue and red llannel: shoes, ladies and gen tlemen's light summer, boys', youth's, girls', in fants and men's strong bound: gentlemen's com mon and .Morocco slippers: brass portable sofas: ttoap yellow, mottled, curd and best shaving: steel yards, to weigh from 40 to 200 lbs: thread silt and cotton, of all colors and qualities: Tin, dill'erent sizes: Negro Head tobacco: Trousers summer, sailors' duet and cloth: plain and cut-glass tumblers: earthen ware soup tureens: iron wheels for trucA-s: summer vosts: brass wiro: corlec: mustard: Caro lina rice. Stationery. Superfine foolscap: booAs, 1, 2, 3 and 4 quires: 8vo memorandum booAs: blacA and red inA-powder: glass cone intstands: pcnAnivcs, of very superior quality: Blato-pcncils: Perry's superior steel pens: broad, middling und narrow otrico tape: boxes wafers. Naval Stores. Anchors for vessels of 60 to 73, 100 to 130, and 350 tons: double and single blocAs of all sizes: paint brushes: patent chain cables, complete: bolts patent canvass, No. 1 to No. S: sheathing copper, 32, 28, 21 and 1G oz: nails for do: copper rods and spi'.o nails: sail-needles: boat-nails and purnp-tacAs: paints, pitch, and best Stockholm tar: iron pumps, complete: whale-lino and rope and rigging of all dimensions: ratline: deep-sea und hand-leadlines: spirits turpen tine: blact varnish: seaming and roping twine: lin Keed oil: rosin. Columbia country PRODUCE. PIXE SPARS, of all sizes. LUMBER comprising PlanA, Boards, and Rafter. A variety of other articles not enumerated. June l. tf Hoots and Shoes. Thick Clothing. Blue and red woolen shirts, white llannel drawers, blue cloth jackets; monkey, pea, reef, and blue cloth dress jackets; woolen trousers, woolen socks, Guernsey frocks, mittens. Navnl Stores. 10 bbls pitch, 9 do tar, 4 do rosin. L tun her. 5 ) M. American pine, an M. California shingles. 42 M. Koado, 150 Koa bedposts, 10 M. Koa boards nnd joice, 6 31. California pine, 3 M. California pitch pine. Sundry .Merchandise. , R0 bbls Sandwich Islands syrup, 60 bbls l eans, 20 cords lire wood, Manila and llussia rope. ass'd, 40 chests ten, lacquered ware, 1 bale bottling corks, corn, camphor trunks and chests, ink, quills and paper, 100 hand-spikes, l case sardines ; 20 dozen jams, jellies, and bottled fruits I ass'd; 1 3000 lbs Rio collee, 1000 lbs St. Domingo do, r.00 lbs Sandwich Island do, 5000 lbs Manila do, MOO lbs double and treble refined loaf sugar, 70 New-York city cured hams 1 10 lbs eaeh.1 5 boxes class. KiOO brooms, blnel-s- lass'd, 72 calf skins, gib hanks, nfio powder, 40 sides NOTICE. Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Inlands, ) September 1, 1813. ) npiIK firm of PIERCE & BREWER was dis JL solved on the 31st ultimo, having expired by limitation; the affairs of the late concern will bo settled by Mr. Charles Brewer, at these Islands, or Mr. Henry A. Pierce, in Boston, Mass., United States of America. Tho business will be continued bv Messrs. Charles Brewer, J. F. B. Marshall, and Francis Johnson, under the firm of C. Brewer & Co., commencing on thisdato. HENRY A. PIERCE, May 22. tf CHARLES BREWER. FOR HALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER, THE American low-decked brigantino LAFAYETTE, two years old, strong ly built ; coppered, put in thorough order within six months has a full inventory, two suits of Bails, heavy chains and an chors, nowly sparred, and is in lino order for anv voyage. Her burthen is one hundred and fifty tons, has a poop cabin and a small after one below. She can carry below deck two hundred tons weight and measurement, besides a deck-load of lumber! cattle, iiiuiasscs, eic, ana is admirably adapted for tho Co lumbia River or Coast trade. For further narticu lars inquire of C. BREWER & CO., or May 22. tf . J. J. JARVES sole leather, 50 bags shot ass'd I, 150 pine apple cheeses, 3 bbls dried apples, 6 Goshen cheeses Jin tin cases, ulO demijohns, io bales wicking, i2 dozen chairs, 50 ox bows, 5 dozen cane sent chairs, 200 lbs sewing twine, i bale sarsaparilla, 10 dozen lemon syrup, 1000 kapas, io bags line Liverpool salt, 2 casks black pepper, .! bbls Epsom salts, 4 dozen cayenne pepper, ginger, enssia, allspice, 4 dozen sarsapnrilla'syrup, io dozen old sherry, 3 dozen mead syrup, i2 dozen ofd port, i wagon harness, 50 rolls mosquito netting, 300 cotton umbrellas, 50 rolls China matting, 2 cases Id English saddles and 3(5 bridles, i50 boxes No. i soup, seidlitz powders, 50 lbs old Castile soap, io iioxes salt water soao, 0 boxes tobacco, 200 bbls salt, 3000 goat skins. 4 bathing tubs. 200 bbl pm lit v casks, i.-) bbls slush, 46 pieces raven's duck, 10 bbls sperm .rt.l O 1.1.1.. ..-!. 11 . II ' uii, o urns mi ur on, Kijeriu cauuies, inu waiKing canes, 40 31. corks, 8 piics Manilla nee, 6 pipes American rice, China preserves, magnesia, soda and acid, 400 bags sugar. 1 ho nbovc will be sold lor cash, or barter. Wanted, Bills on the United States, England, and France. May 22. tf Wanted, Hfcfl&0VOUNUS Sterling, in British Govern ejPUrqjrUr ment Bills, for which cash will be Paid, at tho rate of 4s. 6'd. per dollar, if applied for oor). ly C. BREWER & CO. May 2. For Sale, rMlHE fast-sailing, coppered nnd copper-fasten-JL ed Swedish Brig BULL, 170 tons burthen, N. Wrengen matter. Fur terms, apply to the master oi. board, or to LAUD & Co July 13. .v t: w a o on s. RECEIVED, and for sale by E. & II. GRIMES, the following goods, viz : 4 cases lino calf Boots; 5 do. pegged do.; 1) bbls. Pine Apple; 32 cases Cordials; 54 jars Preserved Ginger; 11,000 lbs. Bread; liO gro. clay Pipes; 47 doz. Batson's Brown Stout; 20 prs. Ox Bows; 1 bale Sarsaparilla; 10 cano seat Settees; l doz. do. do. Chairs; 6 China Tea Sets; 2 prs. Green Shades; 3 prs. Glass Candlesticks, with cut shades; 2000 Scotch plaid Hdkfs.; 20 lbs. assorted Sewing Silk; 300 lbs. brown, black, und white Linen Thread; 50 bbl. Oil Casks; 50 bbl. clean do.; 200 ns. black Hat Ribbon; b' ps. black Crape; 4 do. bull' do. July 6. IOR SALE, by C. BREWER & CO., the fol . lowing articles at reduced prices. viz : Heavy Russia Canvass, Twine do, Light Raven's Duck, Sail Twine, Grindstones, Loaf Sugar in boxes, Butter in kegs, pino apple Cheeses, best Codfish in 23 lb. boxes, Hams, Claret Wine, Hock Wine, composition Nail, Rivets, marble top centre Tables, Windlass iiedstcads, Friction Matches, large gilt Looking Glasses, whalemen's Oars, Alcohol, 1 Ox Cart, 2 Handcarts, Stoughton's Bitters, Rose Water, Paint Oil, 1 glazier's 'Diamond, ground Ginger, Druggists' Labels, Tapioca, Spices, Glass Lamps. Also, 1 Boston Chaise and Harness. The ubove artii les wcro received per " Conga rce", from Boston, and mil te sold luw tn cluse a consignment. tf July 20. For Sale, A Boston built four wheeled BUGGY, lined w ith urau-colored cassimere. Also, a harness. In- q" J. J. JARVES. May 22. tf For Sale, or to be Let, A well-built two-story Stono HOUSE, suit able for a store beneath, and dwelling ahovn; with a cellar and convenient out-houses. These premises are most favorably situated for business, being on the beach in Lahaina, Maui. For further particulars, apply to J. J. vo.n PFISTER , July 13. 11 V U N I) E N & O., NO. 8, COl'HT-STREET, BOSTON, V. S. AMERICA. JIM ERIC JIX iy E UR OPE.1X EX PR ESS, GENERAL FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Principal Agents and Okhcks Messrs. llarnden & Co., Liverpool : Maclean. Maris fit Co., 3 Abchurch Lane, London; Emerson & Co., Paris and Havre; Samuel Haight, Esq., American Consul, Antwerp; Messrs. Gisborne &, Co., Bombay, India ; .I. 15. Sazerac & Co.. Havana. Cubn ; J. G. Woodward, New Orleans, La. ; Alexander Black, Charlestown, S. C. ; Johnson & i;allan, ai-lnngton, 1. C. ; lrgn How ard, Montreal, Canada; Bailey &, Jacobs, Butlalo, N, Y.; Thompson &. Co,, Albany, N. V.; llarnden & Co., 3 Wall Street. New-York s J. & J. G. Woodward, St John, N. P.. ; llarnden & Co., $ Court Street, Boston ; Walker &. Co., (''uncord, N. H. ; Winslow & Co., IVrllanrl and Bangor, Me. : Forbes & Godfrey, Portsmouth nnd New buryport ; A. W. Godfrey, Halifax, N. S.; B. W. Whee ler, Providence, 11. I.; Adrian Low, Salem, Mass. Messrs. IIarnukn & Co. 's arrangements are such, that they can forward by Exi-res Cars and Stkam Ships, Specie, Hank ISotes, Packages, Parcels nnd Mer chandise, of all descriptions, to any part of Europe-, United Mates, or Canada. Particular Attention is given to the Pur chase or sale of Merchandise, of any and every descrip tion, either at home or broad ; to the transaction ol L us tom House business in Boston, New York, Liverpool, London, and Havre; und to the general transaction of nny anil all kinds of Forwarding and Commission Business. Drafts, Notks, and Bills Collkctkd as above. Bills op Exciianok, in sums to suit, furnished on St John, N. B. ; Halifax, N. S. ; or on any part of Eu rope. JCTF" Fork i on Post Offick. Letter Baca are keiit at the Olfice in New-York nnd Boston, for all parts of the world, which are despatched regularly by the Koy- ni ;waii Mourners tiom iioston, tne steamer ureat Ycst ern and all the sailing packets from New York, the post age of which can be pre-paid to any part of the world. Merchants and others who have correspondents on the continent of Europe, can, by making a small remittance to our lioston oiuce, nave meir letters sent io trie care ot ei ther our Liverpool or London Avents, who will pay the postage, and remit to the United States, as directed India Overland Express. Important. llarnden & Co. have made arrangements with Messrs. Waghom & Co. (who run the great overland express,) to forward by them nny and nil kinds of Parcels and Packa ges to anv nart of Eirvnt. Bed Sea. Aden. Hornl:iiv floi-. Ion, Madras, Calcutta, Singapore, and Cliinn, or any part of the continent. May 18. Honolulu, July tf For Sale, TWO neat wooden COTTAGES in the vallev ,ol Nuuanu, about two miles from the tow n of Honolulu, tor terms, annlv to May 22 C. BREWER & CO. JVE W G OO D S. JUST RECEIVED per English Brig Laura Ann, Thomas, master, from Valparaiso, and for sale by C. BREWER & CO., the following articles, viz: 13 cases Prints new styles assorted: 3 do. Indi anas: 1 case Broadcloth: 2 cases blue Drills: 58 boxes Claret Wine: 20 bales 3-4 brown Cottons: 2 hhds. Hams: 31 jars Linseed Oil: 5000 lbs. bar Iron: 93 bags Flour superfine: 1 bahs Bunting assorted colors: 15 doz. Chest Locks: 10 boxes Loaf Sugar: 1250 lbs. White Lead: 1100 feet window Glass: 20 kegs Sherry Wine, first quality: 7 bbls o. Juno 15 Notice. nnilE undersigned having taken out a license for JL twelve months, conmiencirur on tl respectfully tenders his services us AUCTinNKKIi and solicits a portion of tho public patronage and "ITn. (j. KHOUES. July G, 1814. tf JYE W G O OJ) S. SOR SALE, by E. & H. GRIMES, the following goods, viz 132 doz. Mndrna 1InnrlLr .liii.c. . k ..: .. ., , . . ' i'it:ei.-M super- in., blue Broadcloth : 80 pr8. blue cloth Trousers: 10 do no do: io do do Jackets: 20,000 lbs li.rht unnMBHMiiMiur inmns: auo, Leather do.: (3 rat io 2 bbls. Turtle Oil : 12 do Whale do.: 30 doz. Cham pagne : 3 tons Sea-Coal: 100 doz. English Ale: 10 M. .Manila Cigars, No. 3 : 20 M. Havana do: 10 doz. silver- eted Scissors : 2 doz. 4 bladed Pen knives: 2 cases Stationery (nss'd): 4 cases gents Brogans: 1 doz. China Rattan Chairs: 210 feet 10x12 Glass : SO Window Sashes, 8x10 and 10x12" 10 bales Wicking : 10 bags Black Pepper : 50 cords lire-Wood : 6 Panne I Doors : 100 cases Claret (ex cellent quality): 40 do. Cordials; b" Guayaquil I,at3, f Juno 2! NOTICE. feta "VESSELS APPROACHING IlON lp3K OLULU, and desiring a PILOT, will iWtli -n tliair nstinnnl cnsinn and nilot fignal, on which he will go otf immediately." The great number of ships coming in from La haina, and intending to lie olf and on, or to come to anchor without employing a pilot, renders attention to the above requirement of the Harbor Lawa ne cessary. The undersigned will give prompt attendance on all vessels that require hw services, but he wishes it to bo understood that ho will not go oflf without being signalized as required in the above quoted law, u compliance with which will be necessary to justify unv future complaint against him for want of atten tion to duty. JOHN MEEK. Honolulu, June 15, 1844. 3m A'EII' GOODS. JUST RECEIVED, per ship William Ackers, Jl Irom Liverpool, and for sale by tho packare by C. BREWER & CO., a largo and valuable 11 sortnient of goods, viz : English Prints, Fancy do, Blue do, Arabias, Furnitures, Fancy Hdkfs., Regatta Stripes, Printed Muslins, do Velvet, . Cotton Laces, Damasks, . Sutteens, Eastings, White Long Cloths, Super do do, Domestics, Linen Drills, Cotton do, Pant Stuffs, Platillas, Crcas, India Ale, Strong do, Porter, Bricks, 90 crates EarthenWare. comprising dinner and iea warea largo va riety. July 20. .v: ir goods. C BREWER & CO. have just received, per brig " Globe", the following goods.viz : 20 cases assorted Prints, 3 do blue Sheeting, 3 do do. drills. 1 do. Striped Shirts. 7 do. English super Saddles nnd Bridles &c. 1 do. cotton IIocs.2 do. mi-, per. Mulls and Muslins, 1 do. Silk Hdkfs., 2 do Spun Under-Shirts, 1 do. Persian thread, 4 do. Eng. Cumbricks, (n.s'd). 1 do. rich stripe do. 1 do Barns ley Sheeting, 1 do. Superior perfumery, 2 do. Welsh Flannels, 2 do Cambric Blues, 2 do. preserv ed Soups and meats, 20 do. India Ale. 15 do. Por ter, 130 kegs white Lead. July 20 NEW (JOODS. TTUST RECEIVED, per brig Globe, from Boston, til the following urticles, now landing, and for sale on reasonable terms by E. & H. GRIMES. 42 dozen patent chest Locks (ass'd); (i0 Pit-Saws (7 feet each; 24 cross-cut Saws; 5000 Sail Needles; 83,iOO Sewing do; 50 doz. Sheath Knives; 72 gro, silvered Suspender Buttons; 30 gro. Strap do do do; 124 C. S. pit-saw Files; 10 doz. Hunt's C. Axes; 50 kegs 4d cut Nails; 7500 lbs. Russia bar Iron; 750 lbs. buck shot; CO doz. Plates (large size); 15 doz. Muflins; 3 1-2 doz. Bakers; 10 gro. II. Playing Cards; (i Journals and G Ledgers; 21G lbs. Seine Twine; 1000 lbs. White Lead; 3(5 Gents. Riding Saddles; 20 gro. Fancy Vest Buttons; 73 gro. fancy coat do; 10 doz. Butcher Knives; 3 doz. Handsaws 25 M. copper Tacks; 29 gro. steel Pens; 6 prs. ivory Carvers; 6 sots do Knives and Forks; 6 do do desert do; 24 doz. Scissors und 12 doz. Razors; 4 doz. pad nnd 2 doz. cupboard Locks; 6 spring Balances;2 gro.nail Gimblets;10 doz. German Harps; 12 doz. ship Scrapers; 1 doz. Waiters; 12 doz. Sauce Pans; 20 U. S. Muskets; 3 doz. Coffee Mills; 2 doz. Brass Wire Seines; 30 bundles Pins; 3 doz. Spades and u' doz. Shovels (steel points) 4li5 lbs. Smith's Vices; 4S set brass-socket Caslors; 200 boxes Hooks and Eyes; 6 doz. Axe Hatchets; 1 doz. broad do; 2 doz. shingling do; 5 doz. nail Hammers; 2 sets copper Measurers; 2 M. best Quills; 4 doz. C. S. mill saw Files (12 inch); 80 doz. (ass'd) do do; 4 doz. best Copal Varnish; 185 gals, bright do; 6 doz. brass Latches; 13 gro. Ivory coat Buttons; 67 gro. Matheman's do do; 110 bunches Beads; 618 lbs. Sad Irons; 12 Rilles; 57 cards pocket Knives (ass'd) 3 doz. Bridles; 6 cards Spoons; 3 doz. Mar tingales; 3 doz. plated Snurlles; 300 kip Brogans. July 20. JOHN BAT, LOU, ) C. II. NICHOLSON, ia"or- SHOP OVER THE STORE OF MR. E. C. WEBSTER . Honolulu,. June 15. tf E. IT. HO A RDM AN, WATCH-MAKER $ JEWELLER, HAS for sale, an assortment of Jcwelrv. Clocks, &c. Chronometers cleaned, repaired. iiieunu accurate rates given. Honolulu, May 22. tf E. T. LORINf: & CO., SHIP C1IAJVI) L ER F, HA R J) I VARE, 4c , VALPARAISO. JCZp' N. B. Agency und Commission Business at tended to, unci Money advanced to Whale Ships for Drafts on the United States or England, on the most favorable terms. May 22. MANSION II O V S E , HONOLULU. J. O. Carter, ) F.W. Thomson, Vtn. May 22. tf T A I I A N & I) E N N E T , PUBLISHERS, BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS, No. 114 Washinc.ton-Sthket, BOSTON, U. S. ClIAHLF-S TiPpANl ) Ciiari.es F. I)ENf.RT, JCr Constantly on hand a general assortment of Stajcp ard Works, Miscellaneous, Classical and Schooi Books English and Americas Stationery. May 22. f HOOK & J O II PRINTING NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE POLYNESIAN OFFICE. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. SCP Subscription $6 per annum, payable in advance; half year, $3,50; quarter, $2; single topics, 25 cents; su copies, $1; three, 50 ets. ,!Lm?VERTJ8ING-A B1uare $2 first three nsert.ons, 60 tents for each continuance; more lor first three insertions, and 30 cents for each continuance; half a 8quare or , $l for first three insertions, 25 cent, for each continuance. 5T,iMrr Yearlv Advertising favorable, and made known on application to the Editor. Trtda;a'7, ,?irths' Notice. Cards, &c. in.