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into the moe, iiiu.i report the ituni
, .1 p.y ! the -rnirfii.-nr tw.l.r rin.1
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wIihH lie yanl llirni uniformly , he ahull
-I lHf mihI one half cent per head,
I .r the support ,f the tleriiite!ee.,t j
. ,, .hall he iMiirriiUimU, Hr head, anon'
.j for rrHiif-nti- bin auunala, and other
..I J i apenae Comp-cltd with the general
.I thr palure.
. ti y .'I he annual lav shore roetiiioor.t,
i w x-fni aimuallv. in i aitce; i ciiU
I., j l. -mi putting th animal int., the p,,.
. . cent at the end of llic firt kii
1 . imi lo pay bi4 Nini-anniiul Ux
a thi i iikmiiIi f.r wliih it i tine, tu -lve
,m ti i:T rriiU innr rliull lie mi. on ra h
I (4 Mi ll WlTrwHB KH HHIlll( till f
rain IJ.. I. Ilui k hu, that rnnn luti
)r may lie faitrrlliil .y ih Surrin-
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-Unne.1 ,t kaat on.: fiMH.th U furc it
l rr, uuniij w iim ii limn me ilcWor may
i Ctuii-a t.i pay hi dcU, if inclimd, uib-
a.ii mi ma annual.
' V;i. N one shall turn in, or allow to
I he p fMre. any .II,.M1, j,rkaa., or ImiII,
i yi-m, of ae. uiilms be nhi.
k . - ' -
ie Mrnt ot Hie alurr, a rrrtinrate sirn
Li m ami at leat one of the Dir ctor, ig.
mux urn an animal M ! a superior
hi ii.-.r cMiinaiion, uHn vthicb lio rball
el -ill, . ,Mi the Id I flank, and hall
ni lor the Mi.iiortiif lb ixaiur. In
..Jadiir this rule hall ! fined five
1. 1 .irievn.H, aiij five rfoJlar annually for
wnai, ioii; aa left thus to run in th
i X f I. Wa itgrec that iheac rules shall
:-n oil the statnK-d paper of the kinoiri.
r .lull .my one of them lie altered, ex
. ! by a majority of two-thirds of idl
, at an annual meeting be. by the Dirsr-
hib ail iiitereaie.! aro imited to at-t-l
lh rules drsiied to , altered shall he
t in lite previous w artiing for the mcetinc.
;'e t. reuet that theH rules may be
I m be I'oly neaian, and alo in the Klele.
e are t 'o into effect on the firat d ly
.-iiiber of the fri sent year,
lr.-rt.irarhoaeti f..r the coming fourye&r
M I'. J. (iiil., k, loka kuokoa, and J.
14 ib.ii Su rinUiKlrnt of the pasture
I be Au. tioii Hoomi ,f K. W. Th'inM)n
red ..unit,; the i.ihtof Wednesday lat,
mmiI go.Is to the value of aU.ut t--Hi
I'M fiutii. TLis Mas a ImI.1 robli. ry , n.
'he -rcetratnrs may br appn hen :cl
fit m.ibed. Tbcy fut mtei.jtiJ lo
:h the ad..lM wall, but after g tut g
ii'.uph.tlry abindooetl tl.e uodf riukiiig,
'd ut ki of the iron bars frmn a win-
t tin Chl Ti-d the budduijf, aixl ruritM-
ni7-d lith the ir plunder,
i. . i ... ,. i.
r 9 hi .i iu.i ' hiui mw,iui n mm .oativ
rbotnHoi, the day Im fore the rob-
a I.iat'ai, itn a aiieain fciule. loraime
v rauH-, orisiiiaiMis m a iuiauiMicrtaiHj-
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itungi't from vihirh Mr. T. hapMly
i ijun d. The l.axsr lias hct-n cont-
, i at tut tune oi tne asaauii mm un-
'. Watctto at a WmiL-A Inter
'iua aavs: We bad quite aaitiftular
'i eaihnf the rrlerie, Cpf. Spiuola,
iioa, ii Ntcararua, the other Hay.
H f Mareb, he sailed from Reslcio
i he had made four djys' sail, 4simIiii
from off this point, a whale
rrrm-ndona force azaint the keel,
y it anl several planka; and, of
water ttegan to fill the cmh:I imitiedi-
a-:L a;iai.i, to save tier, began lo throw
T. iHit all lo no puriiow; aivl alter a
. i -mpt sf some 24 hours, he was oblig-
hlin ber. Caieo ami veael a total
h.d a caro of near $ W,n0, 1 flung
II v lu l lie iiibabilanta of San Mizuel.
a led with indiffo arx I biden, and bound
Vbere he was owned; aiul I am under
-..., ti, at ooioii r was iniureo, uwihi
'hat M e have no vay of insuring on
lITIO! m ll.ivn "r
fal.ahiiio. May H S I. M.
... ... c. i ... -
mm i ha 1 am i ll . I
I av I rr, uun im' ' ..w.-,
rmined lolipalcli iwo iianonai
urtM of teekiiiff out ami su' cormg
I...O ..I ir Junil irtiiM'ii, ui, umii;
. ... t ; - - c.i:..
o. bf-cituiu their fjle. Mea.trcs will
Y taken for the accoinplnbiianl oflhis
irte.1 lb it CnH. Chaa. VV tlkea, of ibe
. . : ... ...
rifi r. "illl H7t, w 111
r ofooe tf the vrnrnfU to be dn.MiiehfI
f lr J"hu Kraiikluu
t Pciic Vhw.-'I he Nv
miry Maiea that th5 fiit American
that ev-r visited the Pacific Ma I lie
. a, of Hi tn, (hcn conaidcred a
lsh.ii.) She saih-d Irom rscM -iMuoru
I-...1 ' , - .....I ..( CiililaKI
I, ani'rr tne -.mw.- -.
-y. Il waa eooM.lere.1 an niter pro
ni ' be rr1rme.l the voys-e, hmv
l. t) , and relune. home, wfier al
ren t.M.Mlh-. wilh m full cargo of ml,
tae roa.1 of (Midi and Peru. I apt.
aey.nuw living in Ncm --llr.lf.ird at
.1 nj-, w as boat siccri r on that -
Waaa Facr I-rirra iro.n
ma lh.it Rolarrt VVaWi, Km., IT. .
a a . ..i" k a. m .
Cm., ami f.nrmeriy miior . n ---
He, iiddetJiia, an SMl-niraiiie an-
i.Sacl in nreparm .nr jHi.Hn.- j
France ami the French, Mbieh will
at.jry of ibe late rrvobition, of Mbich
tiiea. ami k tCbCS Ol me ..m.
' it'. ,k - .... as
r a. tern rhcrcin. iir. "
r of aif.
i Mscovtaan in tm a-p.
U tn discovarcl im ibe Al -TJ-the
Oanaiel General des Mines ol
authorized researches into that part
m the frontier of the department Ol
l iom i he nature of the soil, it
'posits of the precious metal w ill o
t . . .
Hon ,il llio ..r . i i a. .1 ""
s..-, r..- , . " "V "'r 1 ' " r: ,r va to leave
'-.7 i ,M,U, I,,e tJ'1 r "oler, the
in uLrr.i M,,M,,,y hinfi. bin. a passage
ill our of their atcaiiM-ra. "h. ..I,... : .
wil from A.l. n in M.....1... "".V" "! v "1
- - - - n i in; casi coast ol
. aooui w ol SHiiilh lat t,l .l
hrre or .., i vicinity, rtwke .rranwrncnu for
travH.iig i.,to the ii.i..r,or M I...1 '
rnVTZTL "n,!"ed tb5 journey of
.1 . VUI It VUII
l,.11w,n ;.i ..i ue coasi, m a direction
iwiwr-rn W . ami N. V. will .
.ill.. .l r.L : .. . . '""'S " rarr,er
at the naur-pnrtiiig U inn ibe l.asin of the
IV V ii' "li"' ',t wf ,be ri,rer Lu&Jpi. Ozi
HMI Nllwkl. flowing i.;iur.l .i...ril.-
- a oiiu tuv iiiuian
f z :
....,7.-1; i" . '"T Aw"uu.-A iw Sci
'iitifir KimiiM.... . l . . ...
TV . mm nnnii-wiru Australia la
,yj,, ,,,r ..y ncxtto under the direction
i. .kn',,w,y- Th called the
l rk I mn.ula, visiteil by Iicbhardt, on bis
... mr ,.uu ot CarKniana. Mr. K.inedy
itfiiril. r-. .... i . . . n
, , m nnckincnam l-iv in
J. ' ,ui?' travel thence, by laml, to
: . .. . . J
III!? lift. ...., uo.. .a... . I
......w. -iimne iroiii the COIlst
"": Uown to the Kast coast of in r;..ir ...
v -,, ,llnria id n,e atcr I'laet. to ascertain I
miirincr mat is the ertuary of Iiclihnr.It'i Riv
" fneii, ami, if ao, to follow it un to the
junrtioii of the I.vikI. The exnedition ihPn
r- VV. S. VV. to the River FliiKlers, for Ae
purpose oi acertaiiiing its aourre, and from it
win attempt to connect the journey with Sir T,
.HKt I! ArfTl tLIA. The I,i.l,n Albo.
- uin remarks that the silver-lead mines of Glen
INmoml ar brin iKoronslv and successfullv
u I ..I I a
" I . . ' . i. ! ccwuiiy
t.guou. ,,rorrty ol Wheal Watkins ia also to
v ai laiuL I riiriu fltl rnaa fnn
. - " "" I M.
,fr 'j-.n?. The export, of lead an,
copper orea from Smth Australia for the vea
IH7, have been declared in a semiofficial Re
ort to be more than 190,000 pound?.
Avczz4K4 MiHisTra or Wu. By a private
Utter dated Rome, 27th April, we learn that
Avezxana, the defender of Genoa, has been
named Minister of War, and had already or-
an army oi 4u,imu men. Iii every ci
through which He jkh! he was received wi
the rreatest honors: his noble and nmtri-.
duct in (jenoa having attracted to him the sym-
pannes ami aumiration ot the hole Italian Fen
initula. Affairs in Italy are far from leing set-
LltTT Or OFFICER OF THE f. 8. SHIP TREBLE.
Lici TikxT Edward C. Ward, Jr., Albert G. Clary.
Acriaa Liai Ttiinrs ) Penl. Edward Uriulcr.
Pi aaa llrnrjr WiUoa.
AMtartBT m aeaoxa Juha L. Bnrti, William Lowber.
iMnino- Wit-tm MrUunnrfle, William f. ghunk,
4rT.i' C'Ltaa Fmltxic I- llanka.
H4iL4aaa T. J. Cnfflu.
Arnaa B..tw, H, ajamia Wkfttld.
ln CarOTil-Tkom.a Colenaa.
lo i; ata ttenry Ward.
Publisljcii bn -3utljoritn.
CO"AH officers of the King's Government are
ordered to wear crae on the left arm, for the
space of one month from this date, as iiiouming
tne ueceaseU chiclcss, J. K. K. Alapai.
HI 17 1 I
l .l.U.re. . . Urn.. 1 I
iiw tl- ia.L. Knu aftav Aa. danchter nf
l. P. anrf M.av F. Pehi.i.w. ur4 18 monita
b.Mr.l hmrk Ri. amoiHl. Man-h 12. iiTiIimik of the hrart.
Willi a t t.t, BtmiatuTcr.
PORT OK HONOLULU.
A(. 21 m alm.p4a ar Preble, lilMin, 16 gun, 72 day
I m waaliM bark Riramnad. tlwin. Prfwidrare, 25 an
n. sum h, lim b, 2.Mm Im aoar.
A ia M-br bmptiUoi!, William, ?U day (at Ram Biaa.
Kmc 23 Aavahip Jaam Manrne, Ilnuley, fur SaB Fran
Iauta at Eaimy, Neal, (ur Tahiti.
II Vara R caaanad, Jaae f Wiip Mnrtraama, Tower, New
HUtTi, t,7 whale; rttaiidw-r Price, Taber. do., I,00
vhahPi Caadace, Allea. NR, IJH9 i llnulma, rihermaa, NR,
l.0 wbah RoMaa, Rlarkaiirr, Ml, 2.U0S whalr; Bragania,
Heull, Ml, wanttnc 2 whakr lo All ; MiliTtra, tiral.ury. Ml.
I whale la fill , Ji-ha HHriiall, Lore, NH, TOO wh, 4 p,
Man ia. t'.lhat.Mi. NB, I.hi ha'.r ; Erie, Norton, Fairhavm,
lnunaaW ; Mar. aa, iMmtm, Falniavea, H wh., SOO an;
Warrra. Faa. Warren, I , IX HI hale ; i.amuiarjr, Nortou,
Warrra. Tim whale; On, a no 3d. Pa tne, ftH. l.'WO whalr
Wm.Trll, Taner. HII. .i wh. M ap 5 tyrant, Ltiwrn, Ml,
avralr ; tirorfe A. Mar), Midd'elna), NL, 2.HU0 whale.
PORT OF LAHAINA.
ax. 17 Ana ihh hip Ifiuerva, SeabMry, New Bedfcard,
mm nut, I'M p, I'tUU avhakr.
21 W-lir RiaUna, Cole, Unm Mounlula.
e charge ot the 1'remises ot me un-
1 derai;ned, in Nuuanu Valley, during his ab
sence. A comfortable House ill be provided, to
gether with the privilege of cultivating for the
ctcluaive benefit of the party employed one or
two acrea of good enclosed land ; and a small
compensation in cash, payable monthly.
None need apply but a person of strictly tem
perate and steady habi's.
aug25tfl5. WILLIAM PATY.
is Hie intention oi me unuersigucu to
. . - i i
ve these l-ilandn. Any persons having J-
.. . . M1ii to present tne same ,
without delay, for payment.
Dunne lha'ahsenca of the undersigned, MESSRS.
S. II. WILLIAMS Si CO. will be their duly author-
. a. :
ACeniS ana mioinrcs.
aug 25 2i 15
it CALIFORNIA WANTED.
t'ASH will br paid for firt rate BILLS on
California, in amiis of not less than 500, and
al abort sihl.
A line addressed to W.. and left st the Custom
House, will meet with prompt attention.
'IM IK undersigned being about lo leave these
1 Islands, has appointed MESSRS. SWAN Si
CI IFFORD art as bis sgenls during hisabsence.
..1,85 tflS. JOSEPH JORDAN.
roa sale ar thi vnDiancxiOi
SECOND HAND Woolen Carpels viz..
21 ft. 4 in. by 16 A. 8 in., and 21 ft. 4 ia. by 12
; and various articles of F urniture
aug I tf 1.
ANKOR TWO JOURNEYMEN COM-
1 - r It C -1 ,hia Africa.
Nne but men ol stricui u' '
Good wagea "
AF THE POLYNESIAN from volame l
(J to . inclusive, for ssl. at thm office . Pr.ce,
per vol. ' .
POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. AUGUST 25,
BY THE SUBSCRIBERS.
I RICH MANDARIN FIGURED SILKS:
Jtl R,ch fig'd colored Camblets;
7., SZ . nd ncMy embroidered Crape Shawls;
Black and colored Saiins;
Scarlet and Crimson Baodas;
Black Gros d'Naplcs;
Souchong Tea in 10 lb. packages;
Hyson do. 7 do.
Superfine blue Broadcloth;
Second quality blue Broadcloth;
Stout and fine Linen Drill forTro. aers;
Eng. Navy Duck;
Canvas, Nos. 1, 2 &3;
Manila Rope from 2 to 3 inches;
do. Cigars No. 2:
Casks bottled Ale and Porter, (Bvass& Dunbar.)
aoz. cases, in bond.
uS18.I4if HENRY SKINNER & CO.
rriIE SUBSCRIBER will receive by the
J- next arrival from California an Invoice of aupe-
From ih VnUA Si.i. ...:..t.i. r .k:
cons,BU"f -r nerior Cashmere
mnA PaokmarAl 4 m,
Sacks and. Frock Coats, Menu, t h ..J fno, p.(s
sup. thin Coats and Vests.
FINE BLACK Sr BLUE BROJ1DCLOTH
DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
Which will be offered for sale on the Beach, at the
Store formerly occupied by Mr. Ladd.
a ug i s. 1 4. 2t c. S. BA RTOW.
-pjie CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore ex
istin between the subscribers under the name
and style of BUSH, MAKEE & CO., expired bv
limitation on the 30th June last.
ALFRED W. BUSH.
J. R. ANTIION.
Lahaina, Aug. 16, 1349. IS.14.9t
THE SUBSCRIBERS have this day form-
ed a Co-partnership under the name and style
of ANTHON, BOLLES & CO., for the purpose of
Ship Chandlery Sr General Commission Business
t the lore formerly occupied by Mossra. Buah,
Makee & Co.
L. H. ANTIION,
B. F. BOLLES,
Lahaina, Maui, July 1, 1849 aI8.149t
A FEW YOUNG GIRLS may find good
boarding and instruction, either in the English
or native language, in the School of Miss Ogden,
Wailuku, on the island or Maui, the climate is
cool and healthy, and the cost of bsjarding and tui
tion for a few little girls, will not exceed SI, 50 per
FOR SAN FRANCISCO !
THE A. 1 Clipper Schooner
F. A. NEWELL, Master, will sail for
t,,e above Port on or about the 10th of September.
For. freight or passage, having superior accommo
aanon8' aPP' lo
EVERETT & CO.
m. V mm. im m-m w w -m. wmmmm.
THE FAST SAILING Cop-
percd and copper fastened Am. Ship
PATILKsUN, Master, to arrive here by the lain
of September, will have immediate despatch lor the
above Port, t or treicht or passage apply to
au218.14tf MAKEE, ANTIION & CO
THE SUBSCRIBERS have this day en
1 tered into a co-partnership for the transaction
of a (General Mercantile V Commission Itn-
siness, at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands,
San Francisco, Cahfornia, and Boston, U. States,
under the name and style of
EVERETT &. CO.
A. P. EVERETT,
JAMES J. JARVES.
Honolulu, May 1, 1849. jyI4.2m9
THE undersigned would re
spectfully notify the public that they
'have this day formed a co-partner
ship in the
Bool f Shoemttking
Business, in Honolulu, .under the name and firm of
HAYMAN & OAKLEY, at the "Checkered Build
nig, t floors pouin o: me residence ot . i". ;m
Esq., where they arc prepared to execute all orders
i i ' -1 . r t aa ......
in their line, with neatness and uespaicn.
N. B. Particular attention given to Repairing.
ICJ Two good JOURNEYMEN wanted.
ti. HAT MAIM,
jy21.10tf H. OAKLEY.
MAKEE. ANTIION & CO.,
AFFER for sale, on reasonable terms, the
J balance of Cargo ex. schr. " DUN
balance of Cargo ex. schr. " DUNLAP," con-
sisiing in part ol tne lonowing arucies
Blue Cottons, do. Drills,' blue and Orange Prints,
Brown Sheetings, Needles, Thimbles,
Hooks and Eves, Lead Pencils, Wafers,
Steel Pens, Ivory Corobs, Tar, Pitch, Capers,
Currants, Hemp Rope, Blacking, Nails.
my 5. ' ' '
rPIIE undersigned have this day formed an
A. association in business under the firm of
McLANE, GOWER & ADAMS,
and will continue ine manufacture oi sujii
Molasses at Makaw ao. Maui. H i
ni, a. inrLnnc.
JOHN T. GOWER.
HENRY Q. ADAMS. '
Makawao, Maui, March 1st, 1849. m!7 if
A LARGE CALICO COL'D
HORSE, in good condition, marked
with a triangle and B on right shoul
der. Information leading to his reco
very, and the detection of the thief, will be satisfac
al,l8 E.O. HALL.
HEREBY NOTIFY that I intend leaving
the islands for a short time, and have appointed
Salem P. Hahchett to act forme during my ab
EVERETT & CO. offer for sale a large
assortment of Brittania Ware, Clocks, Lamps,
Cologne, Water Filterers, &e. ex Seraropore.
Honolulu, March 31, 1849.
COILS Hemp Cordage, from 6 thread
to 6 inch, for sale by
ro3l EVtKti i & cu.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP I
BARRELS MOLASSES; 30
Syrup, from the Plantation of L. L.
bert, for sale by
EVERETT & CO.
TZOLOA SUGAR, at the store
rv neeunied bv Mr. Win. Ladd
TUST PUBLISHED, and for sale at this
O Office, the following Official Pamphlets of the
Hawaiian Government :
Audience granted bv the Kin? to Wm. Miller.
Esq., hi- B. M.'s Consul General, Anthony Ten
tyck, fcsq.. United States Coinini-ioner. and Wm
Patrick Dillon, Esq., Consul of Fiance, on tl.e 13Mi
vecemDcr, 1848. with their ioint and scleral ad
dresses, and the replies of His Majesty through His
minister oi foreign Relations, K. C. Wyllie, Esq
16 pp : Price 25 cents.
Correspondence between A. Ten Eyck , Esq., and
Kobert C. Wyllie, Esq.. H. H. M.'s Minister of
Foreign Relations, showing the causes of the cessa
tion of official intercourse with Anthony Ten Eyck,
esq., as u. . commissioner. 31 pp : Price 50 cts.
Correspondence between Anthony Ten Eyck,
Esq., Commissioner of the United States, and Rob
ert Crichton Wyllie, Esq., II. II. M.'s Minister of
r oreign Relations, upon t he subject of alleged abuses
mi iue registration oi Hawaiian vessels, zi pp
Price 25 cents.
Correspondence between Anthony Ten Evck Esq..
commissioner ot the United States, and Kobert
rl - - . .......
inchton Wyllw, Esq., H. H. M.'s Minister of For-
eign Relations, upon th: subject of the mission to
meuovernor ol Calilornia of Theodore Shillaber,
fcsq. bpp: Price 13) cents. iuii23. tf.
ENTLEWEN who have applied for copies
va oi tne volume ot Correspondence between Le
Chevalier Dillon, Consul of the first class. Coin
missionor clmrged with a special commission to the
King of the Hawaiian Island-., nd afr. Robert
Crichton Wyllie, the King's Minister of Foreign
Relations, as advertised in the Polynesian, No. 9.
of 14th July, are hereby notified that the volume is
now completed in 407 pages, with Lrrata and a
copious Index for reference, and may be had at
the office, at the price of two dollars.
Owing- to the smallness of the edition and the
number of applications already received, the price
will be Five Dollars to all applicants, after the
first of September. aug 11 tf 13.
OWAN 8t CLIFFORD take this oppor-
J tunily of informing the residents of Honolulu,
and the public generally, that they have removed
their Bakery from its old stand to the premises at
present occupied, in part, by F. W. Thompson, as
an Auction Room, where they will be happy to
serve all those who may favor them with their
Private families supplied with fresh Bread every
morning, and shipping supplied with Biscuit, at the
N. B. Constantly on hand, and for sale, superior
Flour. my 19. tf.
. HOTEL DE P2U.1T0E.
VICTOR CHANCEREL would
respectfully inform his friends and the
public, that he has taken the above
well known stand, where he will be
haTPy, at all times, to wait upon those who may
fivor him with their patronage.
His Bar will always be supplied with the best of
Liquors and cigars.
ins t a nLii win De lurnisneu Irom the vert
best the Market affords.
Board by the day or week. Meals and Lunch at
all hours ol the day. Fic ISic and private parties
supplied at short notice.
Good Sleeping Rooms attached to the premises,
BROWN &. FRIEL, would respectfully
notify their friends and the public generally,
that thev have taken the above named establish
ment, where they will be happjgto receive the calls
oi those who may favor them with their patronage
The rooms are airy , and fitted up in elcirant style
The bar will always be supplied with the choicest
of wines, liquors and cigars. Two good bowling
alleys are connected with the holla's.
Strangers visiting this port, and gentlemen resi
dent in Honolulu are respectfully invited to call
and examine for t lienif-elves.
HonoluIu.Wug. 4, 1849. 12-1y.
LIST OF JURORS for the September term,
A. D. 1849, of the Circuit Court, to be bolden
at Ililo, on the Island of Hawaii.
K .-ib ne,
G. W. Halemanu,
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, Augiibt 9, 1849. 4t
WILLIAM NEILL and FRANCIS A.
V V BUQUET beg to inform the public that thev
have opened a BOARDING and EATING HOUSE
on the premises formerly occupied by Henry Parsloe,
where MEALS can be had at all hours. Their
Table will be supplied with the best the. market af
fords. Pies, Cakes and Beer constantly on hand.
Boarders taken by the day or week.
augll 6m 13.
It. S. IIAKKEK,
Retail Dry Goods and Grocery Dealer,
On the corner directly opposite the residence of J. G. Mun n ,
HAS constantly on "hand and for sale on
reasonable terms, a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, such as Prints, Cottons, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, &c., &c.
Gboceries. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Sperm and
right whale Oil ; CORN MEAL constantly on
6 Jars Goshen Butter, Fine Table Salt, 1 barrel
Pea ot Ground Nuts. . - , -
r. ti. a large assortment of Children s toys,
for sale cheap. jy28. 6nill.
FOR SAHT FRANCISCO !
THE well known Clipper Brig
-CORREO DE C03IJA"
will have quirk despatch. For Freight
or passage, having superior accommodations, apply
to SMKKtl, JABIUiJI IU,
or CAPT. SOLHAUNE 6n board,
aug II, tf 13.-
70V on hand a supply of fresh VACCINE
i VIRUS, which will be good only a few days.
Persons who wish to be protected from the Small
Pox had better apply immediately, at the office
formerly occupied by Dr. Wood.
aug 11, tf 13. GEO. A. LATHROP. M. D.
I hereby caution all persons against trusting
my wife, PAPAKI, as I will not be responsible
for any debts of her contracting after this date,
aug 11, St 13. JOHN BEATTY.
i A nrir. LBS. Sandwich Island baked, a
1 JjJAJ superior article. For sale by
aug 11, tf 13.
EVERETT & CO.
ANY person having demands against WM.
GILL, or bis House, are requested to present
them for immediate payment,
aug 11. St 18. WM. GILL.
LADIES' Gent's, Misses and . Children's
I Boots and Shoes, received per Sera m pore, and
,, Mle by EVERETT & CO.
Honolulu, March 31 , If 49.
EVERETT tfc CO.
OFFER for sale the balance of the Cargo
ea. Hermes," from Hong Kong, cnnsistiii" of
30 Wests Camphor Wood Trunks, (4 each)
3 do do Chests, (4 each)
3 C im-s blue cloth Caps, 1 do 100 silk Umbrellas,
1 t-.ise, 75 blue cotton Unibiellas,
5 uses preapTtfcd longer, 20 silver Card Cases,
2 cases rose and uut-wood writing Desks, double,
2 do do do do, single,
20 carved ivory Card Cases,
1 case feather Fans, white and black,
I case palm-leaf Fans,
Bamboo Easy Chairs and Couches,
Round and square rattan Chairs,
20 rolls floor Matting. 50 yds ea., 1 1-2 yd wide,
10 rolls rattan sleeping Mala.
Pieces crimson and white Pongee IldLfs.,
neces plum orange do,
fie.es black Levantine Hdklj
White craM9 Shawls, ass'd qualities and sizes,
I Case, 200 Bandas, avs'd colors.
2 Cases Crass Cloth, 8 cases Nankeens,
Cases containing blue pattern Dishes,
Howls, Cups and S.iucers,
6 Setts lacquered Tea Poys,
1 Case lacquered Tea Caddies,
I do Cigar Boxes,
1 do lathes lacquered Work Boxes,
1 do B.ickgaininon Boards, men and dice, com.
3 Setts Paper Boxes,
3 Pairs Gold Scales. I Ornan, 100.000 Cigars,
4 Bales Canvfjs, Nos. 5, 6 and 7, 2 bales Twine,
15 Bags black Pepper, 1 bale Blankets, (sup.)
2 Caes Bengal lldkfs., 300 pes., 7 each.
10 Doz. Woolen Shirts, 15 do do Stockings,
1 Sale Blankets, (nup.) 2 cases Hats,
2 Cases superior cloihinir, consisting of
Super. Dress and Frock Coats, Pants,
100 Baskets, 5 cases Indian Balsam,
30 Doz. packs Playing Curds,
2 Caf.cs, 200 doz. red handled Knives,
Hrnady, Gin Ar.
IPS Ca'cs Brandy, 1 doz. each,
30 Cases Schiedam Gin, I doz. each,
100 Casks Ale. 3 doz. each,
30Caes Lonthm Porter, 4 doz. each.
Honolulu, June 2, 1849. jun2 tf
CRARR & SPALDING,
OFFER lor sale on reasonable
tm terms, the following assortment of
St wholesale or retail, viz:
lib" coils assorted sizes Manilla Cordage,
50 do do do Hemp do
100 bunches Cod Line. 500 pounds sew ing Twine,
20 bbls. Tar, 10 do Pitch, 5 do bright Varnish.
4000 feet of Oars. Lam es and Harpoons,
Boat llatchcis and other whaling gear,
10 cases Orange Stripes, 10 do Turkey red cot'ns,
2 do York Tickings, I do Merrimack Prints,
A general assortment of Calicoes. Muslins. Laces.
and other Dry Goods.
Silks and Satins, crape Shawls, sewing Silk,
A Iwre assortment of lldkfs..
Crushed and Loaf Sugar, Island and Manilla do..
Confectionary, preserved Fruits, Mustard,
Pickles, Pine Apple Cheese, Hams, Soy. Capers,
Assorted Sauces, Stoughton's Elixir,
Herrings in Tins, black cyanc Pepper, Jellies,
Jams, Preserves, and a large assortment of Gro
Scrin and whale Oils, Linseed do, Olive do,
Tobacco, Manilla No. 3, and Principe Cigars, Yara
Sixes, Hats, Caps, Funs, Camphor wood Trunks
and Chests, Satin Aprons, Eau de Cologne, Laven
der Wate a ass'd Perfumes, Boots Si Shoes, and a
large assortment of
too numerous to mention.
Honolulu Aug. 4, 1849. 12-tf.
FOR SALE BT
J. J. CARANAVE.
ITOR SALE, nt very reasonable rates, the
following assortment of MERCHANDISE,
selected expressly lor this Market.
Gentlemen's and officers fine linen Shirts;
Straw hats and Bonnets, bl'k Tatft-ta;
Bl'k Satin for dresses, silk hdk'fs, under socks;
Ladies' white nlk Stockings, head dresses, mitts:
Ladies' and neullen.cn's kid Gloves, Feathers;
French bi'k Brn.idcb.lh, B:Hi;ird Clot h. Cravats;
Boys' Caps, Ofhi-ers' SworJs, &c, &c.
TsiquQi'Si Earlftenirare, $Y.
Half iuirl.ead.s Clare 2S gais each;
" white Clare' 28 gals each
Cases Claret, Absvn'be. Cnjiniif, Gntgnold's
Cordial, Koki.Iio, Fruits m Biai.dv, wh'l Cla
r.-t,si. 'liai.ip.iguc I2bctth-s each, Cogni-
ac, 24 call hoi'lc;
Dinner Sr's. for 6 and 12 persons, cork screws;
Ten Ktitlt., Matches. lJell", Corks;
As'd Porcelain ware. Glass for Pi.-tures, &c.
rinry trt tries, Are.
Pictures and Engravings, writing Paper, Cigars;
Looking Glasses with gilded frames. Lamps;
Clocks, with rr.arhle and gilded frames;
Wardrobe with looking glass, Lavender water;
Large as't line Perfumery, as'd Cologne.
Pianos, Organs, Seraphinaa, &c, &c.
Gigs, Carriages, caparisons for horses
Bridles, Spurs, Halters, &c, &c.
Best quality Chile Flour, sp'ts Turpentine.
ISr iL LU
baa 4Qa.a-E3 3
f 1LARET, MADEIRA, Vinegar, Paints;
J Earthenware, Ale in draught, Nart ell's Brandy,
Flour, Mackintosh Coals, Blankets, Tobacco, .
Boots and Shoes, Soap, Am. Clocks, bair brushes,
Vests, Trowsers, Coats, dres Shirts, Sherry,
Flannel under Shirts, woolen Socks, cotton do.,
Clasp Knives, Boots, patent leather tops,
Shot, grass cloth Shirts, blue Cloth, Hatchets,
Adzes, Gouges, Chisels, Planes, &c, &C
Electro-plated Butts, Screws , Fire Irons, Locks,
Razor strops, R tzors. Scissors, Hoee, Napkins,
Toweling, bread Baskets, measuring Tapes,
Gunpowder, Gimhlets, oval Boilers, round do.,
Saucepans, cross rut Saws, iron Tacks,
Powder Horns, Nail,
And nmnv other articles too numerous to
jyl4.9tf STARKEY, JANION & CO.
T,)R SALE LOW, FOR CASH, at the
X store formerly occupied by Mr. Ladd, on the
Reach, a great variety of
Consisting of Fancy Prints, Mouslin de Iaines;
A splendid assortment of Muslins, Irish Linens;
Ladies' muslin Dresses, Ladies' silk Hose;
Sup. Silk Handkerchiefs, Cashmere Mufflers;
Bl'k silk Velvet, Denims, Gambroons,
Bleached, brown and blue Cottons, &c.
Thin Clothing viz., P aiits. Coats, Jackets, &c
A general assortment of GROCERIES, Koloa
Sugar, Coffee, Pepper, &c.
jy 14.619 C S. BAK1UW.
REEF ! REEF ! !
rrHE following is a list of the prices charg-
-L ed for Beet in the Honolulu siaugnter nowes.
Loin, . - - -
Round, - - - -2d
Standing Kib, - -
Other pieces, - - -
Shins, - -
Shipping, . - - -
Honolubi. Augiist 4. 1849. 12-tf.
TUST RECEIVED, per MARTHA
J & ELIZABETH.
Six Half Doors ; I Sash do ; Z Hall Saab do ;
38 Panel do ; one Horse Cart, complete.
For sale by
jy7 tf. 8 S. H. WILLIAMS b. CO.
OA BARRELS Mesa Beef. 2UO bags Cniie
rM I Flour. 3000 lbs Chile Brsad. For sale by
aug 5 tf. - F.KOUAlbU V1LA
PROPER APPLICATION having been
X made to William L. Lee, Esquirs, Chief Juai.ca
ol the Superior Court by Puh.Ul.ua for Isitera af
administrate upon the estate of B. Matiune, lai.U
dying intesiiie; Notice is hereby given to all
sons whom it may concern that Monday Ike I7ta
day of September neat, at 10 o'clock ia the for,
noon, is a day and hour appointed for hearing said
application, and all objections that maybe oners)
thereto, at the court house in the town of I loaolub.
... Cler of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, August 16. 1S49. B.4t
rPHE SUBSCRIBER having been duly ap-1-
pointed administrator of the eststt ef Hew aha.
wa. late ot Kula. island of Maui, deceased herehv
gives notice to all persons having demands sgaiasl
Ibe said estate, to present them for settlement to
him, kt bis office in Lahaina, on or before I he first
day of November next; and to all perseas indebted
to the said wire to make immediate payatenu
ALFRED W. PARSONS, Adm'r.
Lahaina, Aug. IS, 1849. I8,4tU
DROPER application having been made to
I William L. Lee, Esquire. Chief Justice of the
Superior Court, by Keoahu. for letter of adtnina.
traiion upon the Estate of Kapa.of Honolalu. late
ly deceased : Notice is hereby given lo all persona
whom it may concern, that Monday, the l?tb day
of September A. D. 1849. at 9 o'clock in the fore
noon, is a day and hour appointed for bearing said
application, and all ohjectiona that may b offered
thereto, at the Court House in the town of Hone,
Clerk ot the Superior Court.
Honolulu, August 7. II, 3t IS.
PROPER application having been made to
William L. Lee. Esquire. Chief Justice of the
Superior Court, by His Excellency M. Kekuanaoa.
Governor of Oahu, for the appointment of adminis
trators upon the Estate of William Pitt Leleiohoku.
lately dying intestate : Notice is hereby givea to
all persons whom it may concern, that Monday, the
inn aay oi September next, at 10 o'clock iu the
forenoon, is a day and hour appointed for hearint?
sasd application, snd all objections that may be
offered thereto, at the Court House ia the Town of
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, August 9. 1849. II tit IS.
1 PROPER application having been made to
- Wm. L. Lck, Esq., Chief Justice of the Superi
or Court, by liana Jvalarie, Stephen Reynolds and
James Austin, ol Honolalu, lor letters et adminis.
tration, to administer upon the Estate of Louis
Gravier, ol Honolulu, lately dying intestate : No
tice is hereby given lo all per sous whom it msy
concern, that Monday, the 17tb day of Sept. A. D.
1919, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and hour
appointed for hearing said application, and all ob
jections that may be offered thereto, at the Court
tloue in the town or Honolulu.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, August 8, 1849. 11 6t 13.
VLL persons in any way interested in the)
Estate of Ahsam, late of Hilo, Island of Ha
waii, deceased such as creditor, next of kin, nr
otherw ise, are hereby cited to appear before William
L. Lec, Esquire, Chief Justice ol the Superior Court,
at his office, in the Town ol Honolulu, on Monday,
the 17tb day of September next, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, to attend the final settlement snd dis
tribution of the Estate, and offer objections, if any
they have, to such settlement and distribution.
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, August 9, IK49. 11 4t IS.
VLL persons in any way interested in th
K-tMe of Alunou, of Ililo, I.-iland of Hawaii,
lately Jcceased such as credilois, next of kin, or
other A isv, are hereby cited lo appear before Wilhau.
L. I.t-e, Ksu.. Cluel Justice ol the npenor couit.
at his ollicc, in the Tow n .f Honolulu, on Monday.
the 17th day of September next, at 10 o'clock in llm
lorenoon, lo attend the final settlement and distri
bution of the Estate, and oliur whiMttiuns, if any
thev have, to' such settlement and ifistributina.
Clerk of the Superior Ceart.
llouoUu, August 9, !-!. 1 1 4t 13.
THE undersigned would respect
fully notify the public generally, that
he has taken the above well known
stand in Honolulu, for the purpose of
keeping a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. The house is
entirely new, having been recently rebuilt, oa an.
enlarged scale, with extensive accommodations for
lodgers, boarders, &c.
His Bar will always be found supplied with t be
best liquors, . snd customers w ill be nerved by a
gentlemanly barkeeper. The Billiard Table con
stantly in readiness for thse w ho admire a pleasawt
and gentlemanly game, while those fond of exercise
can readily find it in the well-fitted Bowling Allcje
connected' with the establishment.
The undersigned hopes, by his long experience in
the business, and his unremitting attention lo the
comfort of those w ho may favor him w ith their cus
tom, to merit a share of the public patronage.
Honolulu, July 29, 1849. 6mll.
EX. 'AUCKLAND, via. CALIFORNIA.
CASES Orange Stripea and Prints,
Turkey Red, Swiss, blue Prints, pink Prints,
Denims, Stripes, Ticking, bleached Jeane,
Blue Cottons, bleached Drills, Satin Jeans,
White Wadding, white and blue cojton Thread,
Spool Cotton, blue snd black Broadcloth,
Blue snd blick Broadcloth Coats, wh. cot. Shirts
Blue and black cotton Umbrellas, ( alf Skins,
Sole and Kip Leather, Shoe Findings,
Shoe Thread, Glass Lanthorns and Lamps,
Saddles, Whips, Wallets, Plumbs and Levels,
- Crates of Plates and Nappies, Broad Axes,
Adzes, blind Hinges snd Fasts, Carolina lloea.
Casks and cases assorted Hardware, cast Steel.
Crowbars, Pit and crosa-cut Saws, Anvils, Vices.
An assortment of Planes, Guages, Squares and
Bevils, Cuba Cigars, Irish Moss, Hops,
Cieam Tartar, Gum Arabic, Pota and Covers,
Furnaces, "Hope Mills" Flour, Ox Bows,
Wrapping Paper, Panama Hats, Ponchos,
Colored cotton Shawls. Revoses. Linen Paats,
Cotton Under-Shirts, Damask Coverlids,
Mens White Kid Shoes.
For sale by
mv!9. tf S. H. WILLIAMS k CO.
FOR SALE by the undersigned, the bal
ance of Cargoex. MOCTEZUMA," selected
in China expressly for this market :
Crimson Pongee Hdkfs, Crape Shawls, as'd col's.
Camblet Coats, Grass Cloth do.. Camblet Pants.
Embroidered Slippers, Rosewood Desks,
Nappies, Lscquered Shoes, Work Boxes,
Garden Chairs, Camphor Chests, Work Tables,
Rice Paintings, Leather Trunks. Cigar Boxes,
Spittoons, Trunk Locks, Portable Desks.
Currie Powder, Chest Hsndles, Manila Mats,
Pinac Handkerchiefs, Chests Tea, Fans,
Do. Shawls, Joss Stick. Blue Lights,
Do. Dresses, Plain Silk Shawls, do. Hdkfs.,
Figured Satins, do. Csmblets, Grass Cloth,
Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs, Billiard Balls,
Chessmen. Backgammon Boards,
Manila Cordage, all sizes. Clothes Baskets.
myS. tf. MAKEE. ANTHON fc CO.
P. quantities to suit purchasers,
8000 bags Kolou SUGAR;
500 bbls. do. MOLASSES.
Enquire at the Dispensary of the enderaigncd.
HonoMu, March 10, 1849 -tf
' : STORAGE.
N THE LARGE COMMODIOUS CEL
LAR under the house of The Bniuaner, wq
Jyl?9tffPl7 10 EVERETT fe CO.