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iritl on 'he Baltic not to employ
V-f " ,'"''r 0r'' dorutnenu any oth-
than the Kaian. To effect thin, a
II p uahI to e try consistory, at
of the gnvrmuent, with, salary of.
.a-r annum, mc government lias'
o'irc for the Lest statistical descrip-
1, pro mm r, aiKi nrn oi racn ronsid
.if the empire. Tbee prizes w ill
..4.l nn di.U, of the value of 300 and
, The ftumWul works will le pub-ib-
government, and 30 copies will be
t.i the author, with the right rescrv
' ,4" ptj!lihn; hiinmlf all subsequent
f hi work.
ut w caljiiM t of the .VoJcralc$ had
r Je-e of t!wir go-ahead (jirogrttitla)
: !v lint revolution in the cabinet,
4 ;, J th tt ihr rival inrluciK-e which op
j ,.!lnT in Spain had been rotnplf iely
The British influence represented by
..iirin'ir.i and his ministers had given
i . .
h influence over the new cabinet of
T!n was coinMMd as follows
Uai i Maria de Narvez, Minister ofj
..j o-il,iit of the Council; iivn. Don
:, K r:ia:i b" de Cordova, Minister of
p.iii Antoum llos de Olano, Miuis
, ,. inn r-; Don Luis Jose Sartorius,
.1,:"ln!n; lon r cane i sen de Tauh
tcr f Grace ; ami Don Lorcuzoi and
. M ii:iT f Justice. The Minitf-r of I
-,t k of the miih! party but remains to
Tin- jx'pul itin of Malta amounts to
h in 4l,i;'2 are without any osten
.,f .ulwifteiwe. These individuals,
ill V.il rnfftiMial lieovant. muLin
'..,., it i . , ",i
thiol of the wliole tvpuiation, dene.l!
y-r t thirds for maintenance.
,u. or Fir "iroTtsTiiRits or the
if fir SCTii AMtatc. The firstrnect-
l itre in Lima on the 1 1th of Decemler
i, J.. nllivian attpnIed for Iiolivia ;
,Zn J,v Benavcnte fr Chile ; Don Ta-
n:Hi fr th Fpiator, and Don Manuel
Am- I'cru. On the same day they ex-
1! tiiir ret,ective iowers, appointed
i-MT r-j.ina as Secretary Cenrral de-
rj that the order of precedence should be
r,rti, ail that of tiignaturc dtrtennined
Onthveik afterward they were to
f thi-ir ronfirrn es ujon the treaties to
I ufu2r the instructions of (he several
t- :U represented.
ut. The insurgent forces under Agreda
a were defratfl by General Dallivian
j.i a the Tih of November in Vrtichi.
thus romplc-tflr n'store!.
' !iii t the news from Lima, by the
r h !e, Tresi lent Cnstilla had not yet
:h- trra'y lietween Teru and Bolivia, but
'tjcti! he would s'gn it.
. I'eae had been reesuUished there,
vrrwnieut were pursuing measures of
lrr Wednesday the 1st int., the mate and
a !w longing to lh? Chilean ship Maria
. irrived here 21 djys from Christmas
ti the ship's lig-loat. The M. II. sail
Ure the 20th of last Dec. Iiound to the
St.nt's via Valparaiso. Oa the' 5th of
..u! 3 o'rlM'k in the morning, she ran
m the north eat point of Christmas Isl-Tb-
loat wore Kwerrtl, and the passen
tt lb vrs-l, but were obliged to remain
tSererf for more thaa three hours be-
V eoxdd eff.-et a landing. The surf w as
SH heavy, but fortunate
llavin succeeded in
. ... t i . .
ly no accilent oc-
curing mot of
M r-ml lggage, water aiwl provisions
i to I -t them several month, they -set
li iin? tiH-nns f pncuring assistance.
"tie a-engers while on the look-out for
."disroverej the wreck of the whale ship
ainl a lettrr Vtatiutf the date of her go
! re, and tliat the ofliea-ra and crew were
itr after remaining onthe island one week,
. Hussry in the J. F Donn ll. They
:! tents li ft ly the Mozart's crew, a large
rovisions ail 20 caks of water. Hav-
iLL-henl th niM-lve in comfortable quar
ry rigred the long boat and despatched
!hn p.trt. Her departure wis delayed ly
nb-nt which oect rrrsl in attempting to tow
t through the surf; abat was capsized,
of the crew,, a native of Chile, was
. She fmal'y sailed on the Cih of Fel
te month after the vessel went ahore.
'!..winj U the li-t f passengers: Mr.
II. Sti ven, lady and ehild, Miss Johnson,
I. Ten Fyrk, W. II. Christie, and Mr.
i. sutw-reargo. They were all in gootl
nl -:.irits when the lxat left, and had an
r e if provisious for sit numths, having
b'cii-, n'M rv"d neat, w ines, &.c The
'.u--U with fh and turih", besides sea
wlsh arc vcrjrjdentifol. Blackfisb,
x jiiiJ b irks ar altumlant. The w inds
twin K. N. F to K. S. F, except in the
-tMi. which sets In aU?ut the middle of j
Tlrf- ivndis eomposwl eiltirtdy of sandj WM
iotia lushes aiel small irees, irioc!
llrC r.re a large jiutnW of coca-nut
n the brarh.-
- h(ittirr Hanlilio was despatt lied on
evetiinglo Iwlng off the crew and ar
e.. nod the French corvette "Sam lie,''
Hvrgne rail-i this .morning to effect
ei.f the passengers. ,
" We lenrn fi-om our eorrestoiidei;t at Hilo
iy r-UmV. if an earthquake was felt at
onthe 2It of February, a boat half
s'rl'K-k ra the afternoin. It startled the
int.-. ihook lle eroekery ware and other
-but did no damage. It w as supps-
'Taierof KiUuea was more aetive than
A party of gentlemen were to start on
'"vUltit. . ,
baling bnrk Armrvta, IUHes, of New
ii ni.iuths out, had arrived at Hilo.
un Tuesday last the King received
A 'he Rev. Samuel C. Damon, a copy,
of Ibe rrjHrt of The World's
"'anr C,Uvention held in Lomlon, f pe
JJ !r--.r.,j t0 Ji, Majesty, in golden let-
ntl rr the. Vstituial Temi-ranee S-
M.ji.tv Kaon hamba III., Kinofj
lnan Inlands, 1947, U'm. Ca.h, Ksq,
"'' f tin same, less fplendiJlv bound,
UH'fTardd tu the lVemier, addreasesl in
Ul- W e copy die following extract from Lit
tcll's Liviug Age fortho month of August. It
m taken from the New York Journal of Cm.
Journal of Com.
mcrce, and was written by an intellieent United
States naval officer, who ..sited these islands
several months since: "
"Our officers are much pleased with the mis
sionaries .They are plain in their habits, easy
in their demeanor, and intelligent In their con
relation. They have none of that sternness
which a sectarian puts on, who would throw bis
religion into his look-, and yet they are free from
njl that lightness winch is incompatible with a
nsb an.l earnest purpose. They have cheerful
"s without levity, and sobriety without auster
ity. I hey are far from lieing men of one idea:
t.H ir mental horizon is broad. They have im
pressed their genius upon all the social habits
and civil institutions of the islanders. Indeed,
all that exists here upon w hich the eve of the
Christian or philanthropist can rest with patis
f net ion, has emerged, through their influence,
from a tide of barbarism, as the islands them
selves have risen from the ocean by the action of
the voir a no.
"They have many difficulties w ith which to
contend, growing out of the ignorance and un
lowardness of the natives; anil it is a burnino
shame that these should lie enhanced by the av
arice and profligacy of foreign residents. Their
Wrtr.sl yPIM,"'" ore those who come here from
Christian lands to indulge in vice and make nio
ney. These are the men who decry the mission
aries, obstruct their influence, and embroil them
selves with the government. It would be a nW-
ey to the living, werethev sunk in an enrthauake.
the wild sea knelling their death-dirge."
SO" The Uuited States Commissioner pro
ceeds in the French corvette "La Sarcelle" for
Mr. Ten Kyck has appointed Dr. Roltert W.
Vod, Secretary of Legation to perfrm the du
ties of actinz Commissioner of the United States
during his absence,
nblisl)cii b t; Slutljoritn.
CO The undersigned hereby gives notice to
importers generally, that by authority of His
Majrsty the King, he has issued instructions to
the Collector General of Customs to admit from
and after this date, at a duty of 5 per cent, ad
valorem, Claret, Bordeaux, Champagne, and
similar wines of not over 13 percent, alcohol:
Provided the be accompanied by a consular or
custom house certificate of what country they are
the grow th or produce.
G. P. Jcno, Minister of Finance.
Treasury Office, Feb. 29, 1943.
CO" The Governor of Oahu has caused a
Pound for estrays to be constructed at Waialua,
Oahu, and all persons are hereby notified that
Robert S. Barker has been appointed Pound
mister for Waialua.
Fort Honolulu. Feb. 2S, 18 IS.
Prr fan oet from HiwIod
2'lCC pri.ie men-ttm-iliito. II h ai. 301 onn, ldfi,0C0 frl
lumber, Si.'nnt hinlt-. 4.,wn lnili, 4 000 clujiboaHs, 9,000
irkciii. 41.IMSJ brtrl., Cr" p- h"llw ware, mi a lot of wood
mnn; to V. lircwrr. 521 ckiifff iin:rcliBirftle lo L. Clmm
hrrlsm. 8 IS do. d j. lo J. . .sWii.J. 43 ia. do. lo E. A: It.
I.rnii. al. di. tnC. Ilrrwrr&i. 32i o't). do lo S. Rcy
.M 41 do. lo. to Fvcrrit 'o. 35 do. do. TO TliomM
( ninmhil. S3 An. do. In ti Itarilrlt, jr. 12 do. do to ilskfe
A Xi tti.-n Si du do tofi. 11. Alkiunon. 2 dodo to J. II.
W tmd 1 a;M.-ie iaS. N. C'atlle. 1 -0 pi? U-nd to ordtr.
Trt YtiKMM-t, from Pctin. Rr OH AlVinnn aiid My
tin rm. lluitir Mmmi; Itrr II Kimirv and ladv. and Rev
Sih 'm H; I'muIii. Hmlwi h lsl;nnl Mi-1; C tiM l". Kkii:p.
l ri !nrv llril.-lt. Jr.. Btokhc Miks E W Mott, and MisC
E Molt, - Vrk: Mi K G Prait, of Boston; GrO Wood,
of Hri!rwatrr; ( Im Itrrwer, nf IliInn.
- In iiu- Jjm t f.r Lotu.nlua ttirt-r Mn and Mix Prir.p, and
Mr J (i 1 aiii l-l!.
In ttir t'arli.ta for Msxatlan Mr 3 Linrleay, and Mr Robiu-
.io, -ufH-rf rx-.
POUT OF. HONOLULU.
Ft-h 2S Amrricaa mercbaiit bark nmnset, Ilollia. 125 darn
r.oin llovliui, 'th nirrclianiii-e 10 C li finer aud nlhrra.
IVb. Jk inrnraa ba!e hip Emily Morsan, I. wit, N-w
llfitor.l. IT niouili ut,l'iU rnii, I i"0 whnlf. Sinke (no
die jl--f). iiwTK-n whale liip ('barl Drrw, in lat 1 soutu
i.m m i.'Li mi buuiia 10 tbe inland.
SJ-t b 4 Ameiican wlinlc ship ronr.o-a, Giif-s, New Bed
ford. 9V montbt out, U.9 ipcnn 1WJ0 Htle.
r.b. 2S Ei.jlu-h merr.t-t burk Janet, Dring, Columbia
Brrn-ra hntr sbip Pntrinl, Mfnsinf. to crnie.
A:nrn. n whnl! .hip -ortn. Swill, New Bedford, torriiise.
Snu nrau hale ship M1I0, 1'latketl, New Bedford, to croie.
W irrh lllawaiiaiiacbotMer l arl.ua, Jurantch, forMaut
lan. Kari U 2 Hawaiian arhuoner Ilanlilio, JaniiitoD, for Christ-
Mr h 4 rrench eor-ette, Harcel, Capt De Borgnc, for
Ill MTt TUe Chilean .hip Maria Helena, CurphT, of
Valparauw, beoce 14 da, m ashore on Christmas Island
Jan. 4tb htp and mga a total loss. She bad on hoard 465
barrels sprrra nil, I7W) barrels while oil, 119,704 pounds bnnc,
some part of which belonged to the owners, but most of which
was .hi; j-d by whalers ; beside about $11,000 worth tf mer
rhaarfie partly Insured.
The following Is a lit cif the Tesstls wicU shipped ty Ihe
Maria Helena with the amonut of oil or bone shipped ?
tlliTe Branch, 1 bam I whale oil, 17,000 Ilia bone; Sam
B.4rt.n, 1.10 barrels apt rm on, 16,000 lbs IbonejCeres, 50
barrels sperm oil, 17, lbs bone; Inez, SOObarrrls whale oil,
lv IU bone; John Jay, 17,000 lbs bone; Harrison, 40 barrels
-po-aa oil, 3,700 lbs bone, aud the J-wpbinc, 16,000 lbs bone.
We are unable lo slate what proportion of this was suippen
bv ibe esels; some poriioti we believe was purchased by the
wners of the MaHa Helena. It is doubtful whether there was
anr'-nauraHce the oU shipped. Total loss estimated at
9K3.TKIU. The ahip was Insared for 1 10.0C0. ' - ' .
Tbe Bremen whale ship Moxart, gohf llii, of Bremen, was
l . a 1 ,.. I-l.n. ihr Tib fT last December. Bhe
k.d a fctard at tbe tims S2i barreU whale oil. Tie wreck
dwewered by theerew of the 'Maria Helena, and a paper
Cmfi .latim at lu oCleora ana crew nrr j --t-ll.ry
of ihe J. E. Ilonnell. The eel was a toiaj wreck;
whether any Ihe oil was saved or oot is oukni.wn.
NoTitc to MsBis-aa-C-ristnias I.land fat linle ele than
a sand bank, booudrd by a coral reef, whk h makes oiT about
half a cables' Weeth front the shore and snrrotiada the Wand
-lib the exreLiioa cthc aoulh wel point, , where the suif
.. ..". .t 1 1 1 r-
makes to thr bearh. It lies in lat. 3 He, nona. aou ..:.. i-.
dej 30 nun. west. Il i abrut 80 mil. in circurufrrenc. The
ea-tera paint Ilea in IonC. m 145 "onh Tbc
.lead rs low, and cannot be seen at a distance of more I ban
16 rui!.-s ia a ilear day. The N. C side vT the island forms a
deep bav. with a simnf enrrent selling in shore and it necea
ry to at'oiJ jrllinr eatbayed here. , There U safe anchorage for
.hips on lh- west side opposite the entrance to the lajoon,
w , - muliuss say from 10 to 30 falhoma. The En.lif h whale
.hip I riton was wreckod on thb. Wand Oct. 10th, 136, and
airly the Chilean -hip Maris Helena and Bremen whale ship
Mourt. ; ' ' - -
"POUT OF LAHAINA.
T.b .l-Amertraa whale ship Waerly, Crowcll, New
Be.lf d. I months oat. fM sperm, 1756 whale. .
jV-Kreuth whale ship M, riaUa,Nantea,12 months
r'eb'T-merica. whale al.ip Cioci.n.U. Williams Slcsv
Anrtcaa whale .hip CaiaTaB, Manchester, Fall B.er, b
ship Be. Tucker, Sands, New
oat, au nprns, 1- . -
PORT OF HILO. -
rw VAmerica,. ' whale ship Tncaa, Gcllett, New Bed
ford. 16 h. -1.
Maperm. l.na wnaie, .
whale ship v" Thompson, Ellis Aew
Jaa -5 mertraa
1 saMihs --J!?:,": North America, Bones,
. 1 ' . ''r'T" .. 3", aern. 75 whale.
POLYNESIAN, 'SATURDAY. , M A RfiTT 4.
. HEW GOODS. -'
TjAILT expected, a cargo" of assorted
nrtvS ' French and American MERCIIAN-
Calllomia and Ore.onn roark-f. .nr r. '
, . . -.. . Bv.p w n - VMS VT IDS
subscribers, as follows, .;,, r ... -
,Prr Goods. . v ' : :
Cases 40 pes each, blue mrlled baire ShirtsJ
Gold end Long Clot ha, 30 and 35 inch,
9-8 moslm regatta and striped cotton Shirts, -Blue
serge Shirts, men8. BM)tted wool Frocks,
White yarn Pantaloona, plaia Navy blue Frocks,
Grey lambs' wool half Hofe, cloth Jackets.
Stnpcd woolen Mittens, blue Flushing Trowsers,
Blue Flushing pes and mookey Jackets, .
White woolen Drawers, fig'd dice check Muslin,
Cx4 bishops Lawn, 4x4 twilled cotton Ties,
5x4 cmbroiJercd book muslin Dresses,Pantaloons,
6x4 blue, uht, and orange cotton Bandanna Hdk,
Red, white and yellow do do, printed Furnitures,
Orange, black and while Bandanna Hdkfs,
9x8 picture Bandanna do, 4x4 Irish Linen, tests,
Gent's Longcloth Shirts,(lin. collars, bosoms.&c.)
Figured Vestings.blk ground.dark col. Moleskins,
3x4 mixed cotton Gambroons, ass'i linen Thread,
Black, mazarine, mulberry dark olive Meriiu,
Fancy mixed Doeskins, Suspenders,
6x4, 7x4 and 8x4 cashmere Shawls, assorted,
"Brooks's" white-and colored spool Cotton,
Tape, ass'd, mcna' and boys cloth Caps, ass'd,
An assortment of Hosiery and Gloves, Combs,
Broadcloth, Frock and Overcoats, check Muslin,
Tweed sack Overcoats, imitation Madras Hdkfs,
White Kersey trowsers and monkey Jackets,'
White and spotted wool Frocks, toilett Glasses.
Brown and bleached linn Drills, straw Bonnets,
Cotton and worsted table Covers. Flannel, ass'd.
Damask table Cloths and Napkins, Velvet Caps,
Linen Sheeting and Dowlas, French pink Prints,
Bishops and Rainsook Lawn, cambric Hdkfs,
Marshall" and "Thorp V Thread, assorted,
Parasols and Umbrellas, assorted Sun Shades.
Black silk taffeta Cravats, 34 in. Ribbons, ass'd,
Turkey red Indianncs, French Prints, ass'd, &c.
Coral Axes, ass'd. Axe Hatches, house Adzes,
Broad, shingling and lathing do.'coflee Mills, "
"Hunt's" Axas and hatches, house Adzes, Brads,
Ships Axes and Adzes, portable Grindstones,
Villa Locks, glue Kettles, iron Latches, ' .
Wardrobe hooks. Plumbs and Levels, Locks,
Closet Locks, window Springs, window Pullies,
Iron and brass Buttons, Blind Latches, shot Belts,
Window Pullies, with cords and weights,
Window curtain Fixtures. Percussion Caps;
Blind hinges and Fasts, molasses Gates,
- Plastering and brick Trowels, Awls and handles.
Shoe Knives and Pincers, shoe hammers,
Screw stocks and Dies complete, drawing Knives,
Measuring Tapes, 50 and 75 feet. Screw Drivers,
Chisel handles, ass'd. sand Paper, Gridirons,
Riggin? Screws, Iron Tacks, chopping Knives,
Brass Padlocks, halter Chains, spoke Shaves, -Solder,
Spelter, school and log Slates, sad Irons,
Handled hoes, brass and iron wire Sieves,
Mexican Bitts and Spurs, common Sickles,
Sheath, book and fish Knives, iron table Spoons,
Britannia tea and table Spools, Bristol brick Dust,
Native Spades, porcelain lined sauce pans,
Square and round bake Pans, assorted shot.
Short and long handle fry Pans, rivets andpikes,
Fall handle Tea Kettles, Nails, Files, assorted,
Iron Wire, for tinner's use, pen and Jack-knives,
Brass and iron wood Screws, brass Lock Cocks,
Ship Scrapers, fancy powder hoins, Jewsharps,
Handcuff, copper Tacks, Japanned tea Trays,
Strap and pump hammers, band and ripping saws.
ColTee, Butter, Cheese, in tins, Pine Apple do,
Mixed Pickles, Balti moro Oysters. Virginia hams.
Sardines, olive Oil, whole and half boxes Raisins,
Zante Currants.Loaf and crushed Sugar.split Peas,
Dried Apples, dried Beef, white Beans, Cassia,
Fine lemon Syrup, tomato Ketchup, rose Water,
Ass'd Essences, stoughton's Elixir,
Ground Spices. Nutmegs, Mace, Confectionary,
Ground and Kernel Pepper, Capers and Olives,
Fine table salt in boxes, Prunes, Cider Vinegar,
Short six Cigars, MaCeaTCni. Sago, Vermacelli,
Manufactured cavendish and common Tobacco,
AIsop's E. I. pale Ale-(quarts and pints.)
Barclay's Porter, (quarts and pints,
Family brown Soap, No. 1, &c.
Cordage and Canvas.
D'Brusgm'sCanvas,heavy and light ravens' Duck,
Russia Cordage, (Hoth's No. 1,) bolt Rope,
Oakum. &c S. 11. WILLIAMS & CO.
Honolulu, March 4, 1848. tf
THE subscriber offers for sale the cargo
now landing from the American bark Samosct,
L. II. Hollis, master, from Boston, comprising a
complete assortment for the California, Oregon and
Sandwich Islands market, consisting in part of
fc Dry Goods. . "
4-4 blue Cottons, do Drills, do Jeans, bleached do,
Blsached Drills, long Cloths, pink Prints, fancy do,
Blue Prints, Ho?e, Tape, plaid silk Cravats.
Tabby Velvet, white Linens, blue Cloths,Checks,
Brown Drills, brown Sheetings and Shirtings',
Mexican Mixtures, heavy Twills, cojton Flannel,
Shetucket Stripes, linen Drills, Denims, Bocking,
Ravens' Duck, printed Drills, Sail Cloth, . -
Red twilled Flannel.
Loaf Sugar, crushed do, white Beans, Sardines,
Bristol Brick, Hams, super Flour, sweet Oil,
Dried Apples, C W Crackers, split Peas, Soap,
Champagne Cider.Tongues and Sounds, Tobacco,
. Beef Tongues, Prunes, Maccaroni, Mackerel, ".
ColTee, P A Cheese, Codfish, Raisens, Mustard,
Lemon Syrup, barrels Beef and Pork.
Naral Stores, &c.
Turpentine, Verdigris, chrome Green, Oakum,
Rosin, linseed Oil, green Paint, copal Varnish,
Black Varnieh, Navy and pilot Bread, Saltpetre,
Bright Varnish, white Lead, Whiting,
Cordage from 1 inch to j, composition Nails
Copper from 16 oz to 28 02.
Nails, Buckles, Shears, Iron Sieves, Saw Blades,
Handled Axes, steel point Crowbars, Bow Saws,
Circular Saws, Keyhole Saws, Chisels, Gimblcts,
Files of all descriptions, Plyers, hand Vices,
Plane Irons, ass'd sizes. Braces and Bitts, Knives,
Watchmakers Vices, Tweezers, butcher Knives,
Forceps, Scissors, Needles, Escutcheons.
Tailors' Shears, Padlocks, Coffee Mills, Hatchets,
Hammers, brass Butts, chest Locks.
Saddles, Girths, Bridles, Whips, Brooms, Baskets,
Tin Ware of different descriptions. Nut Boxes,
Axe Handles, barrels Corn, hair Seives, Dippers,
Bait Boxes, spit Boxes, house Paper, calfskins.
Silver and gold Pencils, ladies' muslin Collars,
Navy Jackets, hand Grindstones. Letter Press.
; CHAS. BREWER, 2xp.
Honolulu, March 4, 1848. . tf
HHE undersigned has this day withdrawn
JL from tlie firm of Waldo & Co., circumstances
w hich he could not control rendering it injudicious
in his opinion to continue longer in business under
said firm. ,
For all debts contracted anterior to the date here
of, in the name of Waldo & Co., the ondersigncTl
acknowledges his individual liability and is pleased
to believe that the assets of the firm will far exceed
its liabilities, and that their creditors have no cause
to fear for the ultimate payment of their claims in
Any debts contracted subsequent to the date here
of, in the name of the firm will be without the con
currence of the undersigned, and consequently not
binding upon him. A. l-AiM-i-UiS,
' of the firm of Waldo & Co.
Honolulu, 26th Feb. 1843. - tf mh 4
for sale at the Polrne-
.1 rhn f.irraah. an invoice of Station
ery, consisting in part of Blank Books, Writing do..
Memorandum dr. Foolscap paper, ruled and plain,
superior Letter paper, Letter Envelopes, Slates and
Pencils, Inkstands, Card Racks, . Pen do., Lead
Pencils, Sealing Wax, &c. &e. '
Honolulu, March 4, IS -3. .
WANTED immediately, 20 APPREN
TICES, to the House Carpenter's business,
a. for "habits," a certificate from some M. D. will
be required. Those from the country agV
.NEW GOODS7 ------
JUST received per barE 'Vancouver" from
London. and for sain hv the Aircnta of the
HUDSON'S BAT COMPANY. - ' -
: . .JS Goods. " - ; '. . ;
White and grey shirting Cottons, printed Cottons,"
Plain, and twilled blue Cottons, Dimity, Ticking,
Bleached and grsy duck Sheeting, Osnaburgs,
Estopellas, superfine sod common w has Flannel,
Blankets, green Baize, bl'k and col'd silk Hdkfe,
Superfine blue, black and brown Cloths, t ,
Black silk for Ladies' Dresses, Scotch Cambric,
Ladies' and gent's silk and cotton Hose.
Gent's Lid, cotton aud silk Gloves, serge Drawers,
Black and drab Hats, black summer Cloths,
India rubber and cotton Braces. waterproof Capes,
Assorted Tapes, do Thread, Guernsey Frockr;
Superior Frock and Dress Coats, -. - t
Dark, checked and striped Trowsers, -Superfine
cloth Trowsers.blue sad red fiaa. Shirts,
Blue cloth and Fearnought Jackets,
Fine white and striped cotton Shirts, &e.
Crockery nnd Hardware.
Coffee and Tea Setts. Tureens, covered Dishes,
Sugar Bowls, w hite and blue Earthenware,Plates,
Milk and Tea Pots, Jui;s, bakin? Dishes, '
Ewers and Basins, Coffee MillsDutch Ovens,
Japanned ctuet and cigar Stands, iron Pots,
Britannia metal coffee Pots, pkt and pen Knives,
Table and dessert Knives and Forks, Sad Irons,
Sauce and Frying Pang, Shovels and Spades, "
Cast Iron Truck Wheels, bottling Corks, Rivets,
Brass and iron Butts, cross gaunt Hinges, Locks,
Bar Lead, fiat, bolt and hoop Iron, Corkscrews,
Hand, pit and crosscut Saws, Carpenters Adzes,
Assorted socket Gouges and Files, Nails.Planes,
Plated Spurs, T. P. F. and canister Gunpowder,
Percussion Caps, Needles, clay Pipes, &c.
Bolt and sheathing Copper, Rivets, whale Line,
Sheathing copper Nails, wrought copper Nails,
Large and small Anchors, patent chain Cables,
Double and single Blocks, assorted Paints, Tar,
Patent Canvas Nos 1 to 8, pump Leather, Pitch,
Hand and deep Sea Lead Lines.Turnentine.Puttr,
Ropeing and seizing Twine.Copal Varnish.Roain,
Linseed Oil, black Varnish, fiic., etc
Superior Durham Mustard, Essence of Coffee,
Port and Sherry Wine, &c. feb 26 tf
TUST received per "Don Quixote" from
J Valparaiso, and for sale by JOHN J. C A RA
. Dry Goods.
Red eotton Stuff, Wool Muslin, Cotton Muslin,
Calico, black Cloth, Poncho StutT, Mattrass Stuffs,
Gauze, silk Handkerchiefs, cotton Serge, Cloth,
Table Cloths, white Drill, Flannel, Vest Stuff,
Fringes, Bunting, (assorted colors,) brown Drill,
Pantaloon Stuff, Silk Hat Bands, satin Ribands,
White linen Drill, Blankets, cotton Blankets,
Boy's Caps, silk Umbrellas, woolen Coverlids,
Gentlemen's straw Hats, with double brims,
Panama Hats, colored Feathers, silk Bonnets,
Straw Bonnets, (best quality;) common Pants,
Fine fashionable straw Bonnets, art ilicial Flowers,
'nte cotton Shirts, common silk Umbrellas,
Superior do., French silk Scarfs,
Silk Bonnets, with trimmings complete,
Cassimere Pants, ladies' caps with trimmings.
Boys' Italian straw Hats,
Gros de Naples for ladies' Dresses,
Gent's and ladies' kid Gloves, Flow, head wreaths.
Groceries, Provisions. Lc.
Prunes, Pickles, fruit Jam, Beans, cologne Water,
Cigars, capsules, white Fapcr, Looking Glasses,
Paints, Twine, Bedstead, (bronzed,) Coffee,
Barley, Account Books, (assorted,) Marline, -Preserved
Meats, Conception Flour, Spun Yarn,
Vermicelli, Macaroni, Friction Matches,
Paint Brushes, Demijohns, (empty,)Earlhenware,
Cooking Utensils, fire Arms, Kciined Sugar,
Window Glass, fine Hanging Paper, Iron Spoons,
barsapilla M ine, Armenia Balls, Macassir Oil,
French Porcelain Tea and Coffee Pots.
Sperm Candles, Clay Pipes,
Rosewood Liquor cases, with bottles and glasses
pj-jserved Peas, preserved Eels, Beef Steak.
MushrooC. in oil, preserved Tripe, truffes Purses,
Pates de CarcaSe Trulle, candied Fruit, Spice,
Almond Confectionary, Sardines in oil,
French Vinegar, (white.) ' m'
Liqnors, Billiard Tables, Ac.
Boxes of Cogniac, Orchata, pipes of Cogniac,
Rum in barrels, Madeira Wine in barrels.
Sherry Wine, Liquers in bottles, '
Rhenish Wine in bottles, Gin in bottles, Ale,;
Porter, Port Wine, Absinthe. Claret Wine,
(Chateau Manraux.) ' Billiard Tables, do. Cues,
Musical Fruit Toys, ladies'-straw riding Saddles,
, Gent s do., gilt Kings, Jtc.
Honolnlu, Feb. 12 tf.
PER bark "Samoset" and for sale by the
subscribers, an assortmeut of Dry Goods, Crock,
ry, Tin Ware, &c. consisting of
5 cases Gambroons, 3 bales striped Shirtings,
5 bales Methuen Dentins, 1 case mix'd Satiuetts,
1 case cotton Hdkfs, 12 pes cotton Carpeting,
3 pes plain Cassimercs, 6 pes Weltch Twills.
Dinner and Tea Setts, different patterns.
Ewers and Basins, Sotp and Brush Trays,
Covered Chambers, Cups and Saucers, Bowls,
Covered Jugs, Porter Mugs, Sugar's, Plates,
Dishes, 10 12 14 and 16 inch, Soup Plates, ,;
Nappies 9 and 10 inch.
12 doz 6 quart Tin Pans, 12 doz 4 quart do do.,
25 do- sailors' Pots, 20 doz pint Cups,
5 doz Coffee Pots, 4 doz Tea.Pots.
Double and single Blocks, cogged, of all sizes,
Sheives, single Pins, Hanks, Mast Hoops,
Belaying Pins, Hand Pumps, Hickory Fids,
Clothes Pins, Wooden Bowls, &e. &c.
m, 4 tf EVERETT & CO.
THANKFUL for past favors, the under
signed takes this method of informing the public
of Honolulu and ship masters visiting this port, that
he still continues in the above business next to Mr.
Vincent's lumber yard, nearly opposite the Thea
tre, where he is ready to supply all who wish to fa
vor him with their patrjnage, with bread matle from
the best Hour in market, (not like the Manna of tbe
Israelites) but is warranted to keep good over a day.
Also, superfine American Flour for sale in any quan
tity to suit- purchasers. . . Terms cash. No patron
ace asked of those w ho want credit,
mb 4 is3in J- BOWDEN.
. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
IHE Nuiianu Bowling Alley premises with
House and Alley in complete order, having up
wards of 17 years of unexpired lease to run, at an
annualrent of 30, is ottered for ale on the most
reasonable terms as to price and time.
March 4, 1843-31 WILLIAM PATY.
THE fast sailing schooner
"MALOLO," will leave this port for
the above port, on or about tVednes
da the 15th inst. For freight or pas
sage apply on board to Mr. A. Burn, or
mh 4 2t MAl.i-1-X, ja-siu.- o
FOR HONG KONG.
1 HE superior bark SAMOSET,
Hollis. master. 734 tons, will sail for
the above port in a few days. For
freight or passage apply to
- . CHARLES BREWER, 2o.
mh 4 It
THE subscriber hereby gives notice that he
aril! rav nr. debts contracted by the crew of the
bark SOMOSET during her stay at this port.
Ltnis i. nuLLU, Master.
Honolulu , March 4, 1843. 3w
TXR sale at the Polynesian Office, a lot of j
J large sized wrapping raper. .tso rtasiB -a
per suitable lor pacsing. -
VF. shin's new Main Topsail, I JMizen
Topsail, I Storm Staysail, rorsaie oy
mhi-tr EVERETT 8. CO..
T ATT.Ye-roected in thellambursi Brig "Ti
lAilax!t., J. A. C. EC REUS, Master, an assorted
Carco. selected for this market and California,
feb 19 tf. MAKEE & ANTHON.
-- -- - ETERirrr
OFFER Tor sale rtae balance of Ihe cargo's
: ex . ship "Medora" and schooner "Honolulu."
from the United Slates, suitable for the California,
Oregon and Saedvich Islands markets, consisting
Of . - -
...'I ... .Dry Goods, dec. , . , ,
10 bares heavy Methuen Ticks, 3 do do do Duck,
Cotton and Ak Umbrellas, 24 11-4 Massls. Quirts,
10 bales brwn Drrtis Globe'
1 case bleached Drills, 60 ps grey Cottoos, 40 is-,
1 case. Turkey red Cottons, 2 cases blue Prints,
2 cases orange Prints, 2 cases pink Prints,
1 bale scarlet Flannel twilled and plain,
1 do white do Welch do do, 1 case Hosiery asad,
- Linen Drilling for pants, cotten Tapes, : ,
Linen Thread, patent Thread, piping Card,
Cotton Thread ass'd. curtain Muslin, Cravats,
Under Hdkfs, ladies' dress Capes, muslin Dresses,
Hair Cloth, cashmere Shawls, sewing Silk, j
Green gauze Veils and Scarfs, Hooks and Eyes, j
Merino Shaw ls, Night Caps, 1 case Cashmere tts,!
4-4 fine Linen, table Linen, &.c.
15 doz striped Shirts, 25 doz white linen Bosoms,
Derain Pants. Overhauls, satinett Pants?
Dark and light drilling Pants, linen Jackets,
Plaid and French cassimere Pants, lavender do, "
Black do, Linen Pants, Croton sack Coats, -Shirt
Bosoms, green Jackets, red flannel Shirts,
Valencia, Marseilles, plaid and black satin Vests,
Guernsey Frocks, dressinc Gowns,
Merino snd silk Under Shirts, &c.. Sic.
Hardware, Glassware, Crockery, 4c. -250
kegs ass'd Nails, handled Axes and Hatchets,
Grindstone Cranks and Rollers, Corn Mills,
Counter Scales 240 lbs, wrought Bulls, Scissors,
Screws ass'd, carpenters' Pincers.thutnb Latches.
Carpenters' and coopers' Adzes, Norfolk Latches,
oraces, patent Hammers, (iiinblets, 1 Pump,
Carpenters' Rules, Curtain Fixtures, iron Shovels,
Hatchet Heads, iron and copper Tacks, Ploughs,
Garden Hoes, Sad Irons, spring Balances
Axe Helves, grind Stones, brass Cocks, Spiders,
Tailors' Shears, tailors' Measures, tailors' Iron..
. Buttons ass'd, round and square BoTts, iron Pots,
Chest Handles, double and sinirle Plane Irons.
Double and single, jointers, Fore's, jacks, and
Setts Hollows and Rounds, smoothing Planes.
Board and plank match Planes.skew rabbit Plan's,
r niesiers, Deaa rianes, Ploughs assorted.
Sheath Knives, 19 Wilkinson's briirbt Vices.
6 Anvils assorted sizes, socket and firmer Goughes,
Setts socket and firmer Chisels, draw-in Knives.
Cross cut Saws, 6 feet, mouse Traps, sewin Awls.
i ape ruecuies. percussion t. aps,siivered I tumbles,
Topsail sheet Chain, caulking and marking Irons,
Martin Spikes, bake Pans.SkiHefs.timber Scribes,
Shoemakers' sand Stones, Waiters and tea Trays,
Trunk Handles, patent Butts.chest Hinges, Files,
riemiMi lacks, Clout and cupper Nails, U'ads,
Compasses, door Buttons, cooks' Skimmers,
Blubber Knives, Trowels, Turkey oil Stones.
Cupboard and Till Loeks.Ships' Scrapers.Needles,
Bung and tap Borers, soup and sance Ladles,
Ink Powder, match Safes, Castors,pocket Knives,
urn. i uniiers, tea liens, study Lamps, Plates,
Hanging solar Lamps, lamp Shades, water Jugs,
. Glass Tumblers, specie Jars, castor Bottles,
1 crate printed Dishes, Bunting, ass'd colors.
Sewing Twine, 6 cases sheathing Copper,
Common Spikes, copper Bolts, sheet Lead, &c.
50 bbls Bellamont and Baltimore Flour, Allspice,
to tins water uracners, corn Brooms, INutmegs,
SO tins bu'.ter Crackers, 8 boxes Havana Susar.
20 bbls East Boston crushed Sugar, Cloves, Figs,
Sultana Rai.'ins in drums, Blackin?. fancv Soan. '
Castile Soap, Nectar leaf and cavendish tobacco,
Honey lJew do, MustarJ,boxes Starch, Salrratus,
Table Salt, jugs split Peas, jugs ground Rice,
Des Moya, short six and regalia Cigars, Prunes,
Boxes Pipes, Olive Oil, smokinsr Tobacco.
Pickles 4 gall and quart bottles, w alnut Ketchup,
iemon syrup, assorted syrups, tomato Ketchup,
Confectionary in boxes, Currants, &c.
Paints, Provisions, Naval Stores, dec.
25 bbls Winchester mess Pork, 75 do prime do,
25 do Winchester do Beef, bright Varnish.
25 do softTurpentine.Pitch and Rosin, coal Tar,
60 casK snooks gallons, 1 lapstrcak Boat,
170 ash Oars, from 12 to 22 feet, 3 dory Boats,
4 doz Handspikes, 40 bales Oakum, Houseline,
100 coils hemp Cordage from 6 thread to 64 inch,
Coils Marline, 25 coils Manila Cordage.
Deep Sea Lines, 6 bales Cop's light ravens Duck,
W ps heavy Karens, b4 pes Kussia sail Cloth,
10 bolts cotton Duck 3 4 8 and 9, black Paint,
2 bales sewing Twine, Chrome Yellow, red Lead,
Yellow Ochre, ground in oil in cans, green Paint,
chrome Green, ground Verdigris, Lamp Blacr,
Venetian Red ground in oil and dry, Pruss. Blue,
' Ground Vermilion, boiled Linseed Oil,
Spirits of Turpentine, bbls Putty in bladders,
150 ;kegs Forest River White Lead in 25 lb kegs.
Window Glass 10x12 11x14 12x15 and 12x18, kc
Roots and Shoes.
Men's calf sewed Boots, Neapolitan do.
Do goat Boots, do kip Boots, do cloth Gaiters,
Do calt Brogans, do goat do, ladies' kid Ties,
Bronz'd Buskins and cloih Gaiters.
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Note Paper,
Blank Books assorted sizes, foolscap Paper ruled,
Lett.ir, ollitial and note Envelopes, red W aters,
Ruled Letter Paper, red Tape, Sand Boxes,
Sealing Wax, &c, &c.
3 Horse Carts and Harnesses complete, Bridles,
Ladies' and gent's super English Saddles,
Spare Bitts, spare Stirrops, 10 spare Harnesses,
4 Wheelbarrows, &c. feb 26 tf
FOR SALE BY MAKEE &. ANTHON
1 Kf bags beet Chile Flour,
1 UU 5,000 lbs. Bread, 200 bbls. Beef and Pork,
10,000 lbs S. I Cofles, 10,0t)0 S. I. Suffar, .
2,000 lbs. American Rice, 75 bbls. Molasses,
2 bbls. Honey, 20 boxes Tea, SO bbls. Ale,
40 doz. Brandy, 20 doz. Hock, 10 kegs Sherry,
20 doz. Cherry Cordial. Paints & Oils,
Canvas, heavy and light Raven's Duck, Twine, .
150 Coils Manila and hemp Cordage,
10 bales Oakum, & c.
Preserved Meats in tins. Sardines, Soy,
Curry Powder, Olive Oil, Vinegar,
. Ginger, Allspice, loaf and crushed Sugar,
Arrowroot, Cassia, Cloves. Nutmegs. Pickles,
Table Salt, Mustard, Raisins. Maccaroni,
Currants, Tobacco Pipes, Cigars,
Cane and wooden seat Chairs, &c, &c.
An assortment of Prints and Cottons,
Blankets, ready made Clothing, Linen.
Mosketoe Netting, damask Napkins, Toweling,
Irish Linen, silk Cravats and Handkerchiefs,
. Suspenders, Hosiery, Shoes and Boots, 1
Guayaquil and palm leaf Hats, Stationery.
An assortment of Hardware, Tinware,
Glass and Crockery ware, &c, &c.
Honolulu, Feb. 19, 1843. feb 19 tf
C. W. VINCENT .
HAS on hand and offers for sale, on rea
sonable terms, a large assortment of Lumber
and Building Materials, consisting in part of
140,000 feet superior Astoria Pine Timber,
Square timber 6x6, 4x9, 4xS, 3x9 and 3x8;
Joist, 3x6 ,3x5, 3x4, 3x3; Plank, 1-4 to 2 inch;
20,000 feet American Pine Boards, I inch;
3,000 feet Koa Lumber, California Boards,
3,000 superior American Pine Clapboards,
40,000 superior Shingles ; 20,000 Am. Lath, &e.
20 kegs wr't Spikes and Nails, Am. Cut Nails;
2000 lbs. Sash Weights, 120 lbs. do. Line,
Assorted Brass and Iron Butts and Hinges,
Knuckle joint do., Brass door Locks. 6 to 3 inch.
Mortice snd closet Locks, assorted Pad Locks,
Escutcheon and thumb Latches, mortice do..
Round and square Bolts, assorted sizes:
" Sash Pullies, Fastenings, and Springs,
Brass door Finger Plates, Hooks and Staples,
Hasps and Staples, 100,000 ass'd Wood Screws,
200,000 assorted Iron Tacks, 100,000 do. Brads,
Brass Table Castors, 40 boxes Window Glass,
4 setts bright Coffin Furniture, Blinds, Sash,
Blind Hangings and Fastenings, &e. my22tf
'PHE Co-partnership heretofore existing at
JL Honolulu between tbe undersigned, tinder the
style of G. RHODES & CO., is this day dissolved
by mutual consent.
The affairs of the late firm will be settled by G.
Rhodes at Hanalei, Kaoai. or by J. R. VonPiisterat
Houolulu, Oaha. - .
I - G. RHODES.
JNO. R. VONPFISTER.
Hanalei, Lland of Kauai, Jan. 25, 194S. fcbl9tf
-' --T-rrF. R. VIDA,
CHIP CHANDLER, has o hand "4 of
O fers for sale os aioderaie terms, the CsHowsng
wrsltsadaia -fas uiup a4 Cuudy mm i
100 bbls. Beef, 90 do. Perk, 10 4: Codiuih.
3,000 lbs. Kics, le.ffO lbs. Bread, fcOO bags lour,
600 gallons Vinegar. 20A do. Metassts,
6,000 lbs. Sugsr, l.OUt dv Arreasrset
. 10 bbls. Beans. 1.000 lbs. CotTes, 60 bexes Tss,
1 10 do. Soy, 10 do. Currie Powder, 20 lbs. Tspioee,
20 dox. tart Fruits, 7 tins Preserved Mests,
16 tins Green Peat, an aas't of Coof-etionery,
20 dox. Pickles, 2 de. Olite Oil. 20 Cbeesea.
' An assortment of Spices ssd Sane',
20 boas Raisin. fr0 tins Sardines,
1,200 lbs. Tobacco, SO grots Pipes.
10,000 Regalia Ci.ars, 40,000 Havsaa do..
10,000 No. 3 Manila do.. 50 cases Bordeaux V kst,
10 cases Orgeat, 300 gaHoes tyerrn Ort,
20 gallons Whale Oil, 200 gallons Paknv d..
100 gallons Spirits Turpentine, 150 lbs. Put It,
60 kegs Pamt, different color. lan4spe'
6,000 lbs. Cordage all sizes. Cbaia Cables.
Anchors, Blocks. 600 Iron Pales. Pars, Tar,
Rosin, Thermometers 2 Copper Coolers,
Firewood. 60,000 ft. Lumber, Cutting Falls, '
100 bolts Canvas, Nos. I to 6, Marttue,
Caulking Irons, Sigual Hautyards. piM BnoJies,
500 yards Bunting, white, blue and red,
25 reams Sand Paper, 40 boxes Speim Caudles,
20 dozen Blacking, ke.s Nails, wrought sad cut,
10 do, ship Scraper. 400 lUs. Saleratus,
2,000 rakes Calrtrwa Soap, 50 boats brows do..
10 boxes w hite Soap. Bake Pans, Mifk do-.
Tin Pots, 200 Iron Pots, rewter sad bra as 4 etks.
Padlocks, Cork Screws, Is- sad table Spoons,
Soup Ladles, Tin Lamps, Glass do , Ftbsrsrs,
Plates, Buwht, Cups snd Saucers. Tiotlat Bsxes,
Britannia Metal Tea and ColTee Pots,
Sewing and packing Twine, camphor Trunk.
Camphor Cheats, 1 ,000 barrels amply Casks,
100 pair China Slippers, &0 dox. sipped H.nts.
10 doz. Guernsey Flocks. 8 do. Flannel Drawers,
5 doz. Cloth Caps, 4 do. White Shirts,
10 doa. Wooksj Soi-lts snd Stsekiuzs, S do. Mitt,
20 ps. klk. silk H-ndketrhstC. 20 do. red do.,
20 Mattraayes, 10 lbs. Wkking. 1 doa. Gridirons.
CO doz. Till Locks, 5 doc. Raspberry Syrup,
8,000 mat Bags, 5 doz. Shoe Brushes, Rszors,
Dressing Cases, Writing Denim, Se.
Glengary Caps, gfared do.. Nautical Almanacs.
S doz. Capsules, 100 cotton CmbreRas,
10 doz. wooden Chairs, Iwroiks China Mailing.
N. B. Wanted Bills of Exchange en the Foiled
States, England and France. auttf.
NEW CHINA GOODS I
JUST received, and for sale by tha sub
scribers, the cargo of the English schooner
" STARLING," Thorp, Maater, from Hongkong,
consisting of the follow ing Merchandise, vbt:
Silks, Satins, Arc.
Embroidered Crape Shawls, Grass cl-th bJkf.,
Figured Nankin Satins, black Saranets,
Black Sinchews, do. Satins,
Figured white, and crimson, Pongeo Hdkfs.,
Black Levantine Hdkfs., do. do. red border.
Dark and light blue Naukins.t.rae Cloth, .
Assorted Mandarin Caps, Yeats, Sic.,
100 groce Pearl Shirt buttons,
' 25 dox. rice Painting, velvet and cloth Slippers,
Black snd white leather Shoes,
ssortoicnt of Silk, Feather snd Glue Fans. .
Fancy and Lacquered Ware.
Work Boxes, Card Boxes, Tea Caddies.
Tea Poys, Cigar Boxes, Backgammon Boards,
Card Tables, Writing Dks, Flints snd Steels,
Punk, setts of Ivory Chessmen,
Do. Fish Counters, assorted China Plate,
Do. Cups and Saucers.
Camphor Chests, 5 each. Firs Crackers,
Bamboo Hats, Rattan Chairs,
25 boxes Sweetmeats, 2 do. Soy,
18 do. Crushed Sugar Candy, 34 bags Pepper,
8 coils Hemp Cordage, assorted,
S07 bags fine whits Table tyce,
100 boxes fine Ooloong Souchong Tss,
350,000 No. 3 Manila Cigars,
150 rolls China Mailing, ass'd colors, 4 m 4, 8 m 4
and 6x 4.
S. II. WILLIAMS & CO.
Jan. 27. f.
10 It sale at the etono Stora formerly own
. cd by Messrs. E. & H. Grimes, the folio ug,
being part of the Don Qnixote's" cargo :
100 nests Camphor Trunks, 60 do Chest.
60 pieces figured Camlets, 200 do black Satin,
50 do black Siiwha-. 60 do. do. au.'drolor
. 50 do Satin, ass'd colors, 100 do blk. Ildk'fs.
50 do cross barr'd Sarnets,
50 do blk. Levantines, 50 do stripe dv.
100 do Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs,
.50 do cross barr'd do.
50 do Handkerchiefs, variouscolorK
50 do white figured Handkerchief.
25 splendid Crape Shawls, 60 scarlet do. dax
50 various col'd do., 200 Silk Fans,
5 cases grass Mosquitoe Netting,
1 do green silk de.
50 lbs. Sewing Silk, ass'd, 200 Silk Umbrt1Us
White Grass Cloth, Ivory and Silver Card Cass,
Ivory Card Treas, de. Paper Kaivss,
Ivory Chessmen, lacquered Tea Cadjics,
Lacquered Work Boxes, do. Cabinets.
do Ink Treas, Leather Pillows,
Mahogany Writing Desks, Joss Sti k Boxes,
Cigar Boxes. 50 boxes Gunpowder Tes, .
50 tubs Su?ar Candy, 100 do. powdered do.
150 bags White Sugar, 1 picul 150 bnss do.,
100 boxes best Pinfu Sugar, 1 piculwai li,
25 cases Preserved Ginger, 40 do. Cunviuot.
25 do Soy, 25 do. Curry Powder, Camphwr,
Saltpetre, Sago snd Rire,
TO Shipmasters and othfrs. For sale by
the Agents of the Hudson's Bay Compasy:
2 Cabooses, complete for ships, 2 do. for schoonc r.
An assortment of tbe best patent Anchor and
Chain Cables, Ship's Pumps, !lw Pipes,
' Artificial Horizons, Spy Glas,
Set of Charts of the China Seas sad Paofi.
Occn, 4c, &c &c. d4. tf.
AND for sale by the Agents of tlio Hud
son's Bay Company :
A lar;e assortment of Spars, Salt Reef,
Salted Salmon of this season. Sprats in half bar-
rels, for family use, fresh Flour.
. Lumber, viz.. Oak snd Maple Plank and Boards,
' Pine and Cedar do. do..
1 Shinales and Rafter. d4. tf.
PICKLES, SAUCES, Ac.
ON hand, and for sale at wholesale and re
tail by the subscriber,
, 10 dozen superior Pit kles. assorted,
Reading's, John Bull's, Leu is', and otLer S-scaa
Superior Pimento, Ground Ginger. Sweet Oil,
Rasbcrry Svrup, Currie Powder, Carers, fce.
Aug. 21 If. F. RODRIGUEZ VIDA.
TUST received ocr Lark "TOl'I.O.V
) from Columbia River, sod for sals oa liberal
terms br the subscribers : 1 "
41,000 feet sawed Lumber, sssotied sizes.
350 bbls. fresh Flour. 42 do. Sailed Beef,
16,t00 Shingles. , S. II. WILLIAMS 4. CU
' NOTICE. ,
rPHE Subscriber ia the authorized Altor
JL ney of Thomas II. Steven, Esq , to arraeg
all uuitettlcd business during bs abwnrs.
VAN KENSELLAER MORGAN, .
dec2S. tf. U. S. Naval Storckeetxr.
'THE undersigned being about to lea re for
JL California, hi this day duly aothoriaed MR.
ROBERT M'COY to take charge of his Victualling
H ouse in Honolulu during his abcnre, and to set
tle all accounts for sad a?int this eotabltvhmsnt.
AUSTIN 9. CREHORC.
Honolulu. Feb. 26, 1843.-3i.i-.
POUNDS dried Chile Peachc . in
2 po-ind rolls. Also, 3 casks LT4 ii.
z eases American adlery, Carpet tag, etc. 1
dozen portable Furnaces, nw-Ti,im
novltf. F. nOD31fllT7
TIILTRooma orer tbe Store of the subscrib
er. Apply to
dec25 tf. J. C. SPALDfW