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IXFOBTAHT DcCISIOH OP?HK ScPKEafE CotTftT
Lr xhe (J State. By reference to an article
Vo our first P under the head of "Mr. Hunt
's Bill." Wi" observed tbat, by toe deci-
r -1 C..nMm. f"!vii,rt fifth TTnirot
ine of the evils which we nave formerly
inted out, in connection with our commercial
lalions with California, are likely to be reiue-
It will not have escaped the recollection of
i . t . .1.. hIiaaiiav rirnlina loir this
ur reauers, mm iuc - -
ort. last fall, for San Francisco, having a cargo
syrup, potatoes, Stc, owned and produced ly
lr. L. L. Torbert, of Honuaula, Maui, l ne
rup was invoiced at 15cts. per gallon, this
ing as he thought, the cost or manufacture.
On arriving at San Francisco, the Custom
ouse Officers appraised the syrup at 37 lets
r gallon ; and the Collector fined bim 20 per
Cent, on the ehtibe cargo, for making, as he
ihe Collector,) supposed, a false invoice.
The invoice of Mr. Torbert had been sworn
to before the American Consul, at Lahaina, Mr.
unker : and thus his oath, and the Consular
ertificate, were rendered of no effect. Happily
e decision of the Supreme Court is directly in
hoint ; the act of the Collector, in assessing ad
litional duties, was illegal, and the excess can
le recovered. " The instructions of the Secre
tary of the Treasury do not justify the Collector
to making illegal exactions, nor protect him from
Juit by the importer.- "The invoice and oath of
fit fair importer, are the best test of the value
f the goods,"
The Bill of Mr. Hunter, which would deprive
.ae importer of the benefit of these decisions,
Vad passed the Senate, but we have yet to learn
jbat it has passed the House of Representatives,
ind become a law. We trust it has not ; for
he very good reason that it would have a most
njurious effect upon the shipping of our domes
ic productions to California, by the growers and
irodoeers, who need every legal facility the laws
ifford, in order to compete with other produ
:ing countries, where labor is so much cheaper.
Paisoir poa Hokolclc. The necessity for a
:ommodious Prison at this, the metropolis of the
lingdom, is becoming more and more pressing
every day. Not only is the present miserable
tpology fur one entirely inadequate the num.
er of prisoners upon the Marshall's hands, but
as insecurity is a matter of public notoriety and
if complaint by the Marshall and Sheriff.
The building of a good, secure, substantial
Prison, should, in our estimation, take the pre
cedence of a Court House, which now seems to
ic first on the list of public buildings about to lie
pectrd by the government. We acknowledge
be necessity for fhe Court House, and the pro
priety of building one that shall serve the pur-
tea of the Legislative Assembly, as well as for
lling the Courts ; but the necessity for a prison
-u : i .k...i i t.
mill u iiiuic uiiciuiC ami Db'uiu ui uc
liilt, for the security of the community, as well
J fur the convenience of the Marshall, whose
ities and responsibilities are greatly increased
the present defective state of the Honolulu
Icwk up. He has now in custody two foreign
males, for whom he has no other place of ?e-
Vrity than his own private quarters within the
!rt, which he ha been obliged to give up for
i purioe. A hint, we presume, will be suffi-
Vtit, to lhoe acquainted with the facts of the
ASKOaL MeETIHO r THE HAWAIIAN BlBLE
kciETT. May 23, 1851. This Stcieiy met in
V Seamen's Chapel ; the Pres't, L. Andrews,
bk the chair ; after the reading of the Scrip-
res', prayer, and ringing, the Treasurer's Re-
rt was read, from which it appeared that there
, ja-n lieen received, during the year, the sum of
22 Life Alemlier, at $10 ... $220,50
Attributed during the year - - 14.00
f attribution in the Chapel, May 25th - 97,50
inn the sale of Bibles &. Testaments - 63,50
' - $400,50
le following resolutions were offered, and
er an interesting discussion were adopted.
1. Resolved That the Bible ought to be cir-
lated and read at these I elands on account f
I good moral tendency.
2. Resolved That the Bible ought to be cir
lated at these Islands for the excellent laws it
J. Resolved, That it is the right of every man
have the Bible in his own tongue. -The
funds of this society are devoted to the
Dcuring of Bibles and Testaments for dislri-
ion among the foreign residents upon ihe Is-
s, and tbe seamen touching nere.
V T. E. TAYLOR, Sec'y.
Member roa Koolacpoeo. At the new elec
ta ordered by. the House of Representatives
I this district, J: iCfclili, was elected by a large
Tempebabce. The following will ahow what
) friends of temperance are aiming to accom
h in tbe United States.. i
V A repeal of all tbe present excise lawa by
State Legislature, and tbe enactment of a
jeral statute, entirely prohibiting the traffic in
. The enactment of a law prohibiting their
taufacture in our own state.
The imposition by Congress of such a ta-
wran intoxicating drinks as shall entirely
hibit their importation to this country.
. . N.w Oa lea its. Mr. Barnum
ouMic lecture on temperance in the C res
it city to an immense audience. Ihe papers
tak in glowing terms of the effect produced,
i related many facts and personal anecdotes
h telling effect. Among other things he sta
that a few daya'ago a friend came to him,
1, in a very indignant manner, informed him
.t an old woman had told him tbat .she knew
rnum when he was in that city ten years ago,
I he bad pawned bis watch to her for a week's
and. - Barnum told bis friend there was no oc-
ion for hint to be indignant, as tne oia woman
tbe truth but be added, tbat was ueiore He
ante a teetotaler. He declared, too, that he
r.. kmA m mrt nenchant for curiosities, and
been nrett zealous in huntinr them op, and
ire were very few wonderful things which he
Jl not have in his museum in New York, but
kre was one curiosity be never could find, and
itch ha would rive a ereat deal to see, and tbat
s a drunken man who ever succeeded in his
f. . ) jf . v t fnw tm. mi. .Ii .ndm rw
Vrch 34. There was received daring the week,
trm oil 3320 bbU ; whale, 37,470 : whalebone 735,-
Sraam There is but a small quantity offering, bat
foela an taken as ther arrive, at full prices. We
fee tab unce oar last of 700 bbls. in lots at 1M
i eta; and la Nantucket a parcal ot .200 bbls at J 2
The Hawaiian Tbact Societt. This Soci
ety held its Sixth Anniversary Meeting, in tbe
Seamen's Chapel, on Thursday evening, May
29th. After bearing tbe Reports of the Secre
tary and Treasurer, Rev. J. F. Pogue offered
the following resolution :
l: Resolved, That tbe American Tract So
ciety, to which' the Hawaiian Tract Society is
Auxiliary, is, in its plans and operations, worthy
tbe approbation and hearty cooperation of this
Mr. P. set forth the principles of this resolu
tion in an animated and truly interesting address,
showing the great object, the highly evangeli
cal character, the freedom from sectarianism,
and the extensive usefulness of the American
Tract Society and its publications.
2. Resolved, That in tbe influx of a foreign
population to these Islands, and in the great
number of seamen who annually stop here, we
find a new demand for enlarging tbe operations
of the Hawaiian Tract Society.
This resolution was read by thecbairinmi, and
advocated by several gentlemen, bearing testimo
ny to the usefulness of tract distribution, especi
ally when connected with the personal labors, ol
a devoted colporteur, and the hope was express
ed tbat ere long this branch of the Society's work
would be prosecuted with efficiency and useful
ness in the most populous towns on these Is
lands. ' . ;-,
A contribution to the fund of this Society was
taken in the Seamen's Chapel, on Sabbath
morning, amounting to $47 ; which, with the
Annual Subscriptions, make tbe sum now in tbe
The funds of this Society are employed in the
purchase of the publications of the Pai ent So
ciety for distribution.
A Marriage Scene. There occurred a
case at a marriage scene, while I was at
Kohala, so provoking J y droll and amusing,
that I never narrate or call it to mind with
out laughter. At the. Wednesday afternoon
meeting, six or seven couples presented them
selves together for marriage. Somewhat
curious to witness the ceremony, I sat by the
minister within the desk. They stood toge
ther, opposite, in a line; and when their
names were called, and hands were to be
locked for responding to the marriage vow,
one was found without his mate; and on the
pastor's naturally enough asking for her, oh !
said the sans culottes bridegroom, with a grave
drollery, all the more ludicrous for being un
meant, E hookomo ana i kona kapa komo ma
ka ptdfcs She is at the door putting on ' her
frock ! This to tell of his bride before a
whole congregation, was more than the
officiating minister or his friend could hear
and keep their countenances. A few mo
ments elapsed, and Mr. Bond and myself ex
changed knowing glances as the just now
gownless bride came in from her toilet by the
meeting-house door. Cheever's " Island
World of the Pacific."
DlXGER OF RE-VACCINATI05S. We
perceive that "the late Dr. Fisher, of Boston,
who is said to have paid much attention to
the subject of vaccination, alleges that every
person should be not only once vaccinated
but should have the operation repeated, one
or more times, or until the system ceases to
be affected by the virus.
This might indeed succeed in extirpating
the small pox, but how much harm it would
cause by communicating various leprous
affections from man to man, is past calcula
tion. Many experienced physicians are far
from considering vaccination an unmixed
pood and mothers who know how liable in
fants are to be attacked with ulcers, and oth
er scrofulous affections after vaccinations,
will not willingly hear of a second or third
vaccination, except in cases of great liability
to the disease against which it is intended to
guard. It is the opinion of some physicians
that a taint is often communicated to the
blood from unhealthy virus, which affects the
system through life. Physicians should be
very careful never to use the vaccine matter
after it has passed through the system of a
scrofulous or otherwise unhealthy child.
. Flax ako Cottoh. Further experiments have
been made in Manchester, England, with the
recent discovery of adapting flax fibre to cotton
machinery. Tbe yarn has been woven upon- a
new circularloom, and the texture is staled to be
even and regular. The Chevalier Claussen now
intends to spin finer yarns, with two-third flax
fibre and one-third cotton, up to 603. .It is dis
covered, however, that one great difficulty in the
way of an extensive application of M. Clausen's
invention, is the totally inadequate supply of
the raw material. Manchester alone consumes
seven hundred and. seventy millions of pounds
of cotton annually; and in order to supply the
manufacturers to one-half this extent, ns a sub
stitute for cotton, the produce of two thousand
acres of flax would lie required daily, or nlout
seven hundred and thirty thousand acres annually.
The present quantity of flax grown in Great
Britain amounts, it is saw to iesa man nc
seveuth of that number. Exchange paper.
- . . - . .v. : r il. J fn.tant
KeavoORi, frand-Jambier of Kamehameha aged 46
v.k..nnnk m nf fha wiTr of Ltholiho. Iwfor
Ihe Introdocthm of Christianity. ADtr bia death, h was
. . r wr imt m f IT. M.I Kltj.
named o aajitanonnt, a m Mumnnn
' i miA mmmmI tnOalin 1S44.
(oversea naui ir rcrj -', ' '
as one of (he rrsixtraibie advwera of Ihe King to all matter of
n. i . t . ; - ni . t.m ulml r.
Qlaie- ne aiea wniwi rmm-- w. - p- -
i.t. hirh we nnderxtand. ahe devkW hy executed aoioe
tanie prenooalo her death.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Arrived. . L
Mar SI Bremen wh ah Hanra, Heerinj, tin Bremea.
June S Am ech Hcwnlola, 8winoa, from 5a rrancteco Tia
Hilo. HawaH. . ' . ' '
1-Hr b Charlotte, MidJIeloo, 16 da fm San Fraociaco.
S Hawch Helen Mar, 17 afui Fannm('a la.,
a Br brie Pandora. Moil, 161 d Im London.
3 Am brij C J. Dow, Dodge, from KauaK
Nav Si-Am ach A Emery. Gallaeber, Col. Birer.
June S Am ahip John Memch, 5teen, micotia.
. , 4 Am bark Josepl w:er. oaruiw, rii-
4 Br brig Charlotte, Middletoo, Ja ... -
4-AmachC.J. Dow, Dodge, Baa Franeiaco, ; ,
( , Skipping in Port.' v
Am ach J. K. F. Maasfleld. Towne, ': !
Am bark Wa B Shailer, Corham.
Brbrig Brothera, 6taera. , ,
Am brig Gea Worth. - ,' -
Amachr Datl, Woodberry f " - ,
Br ach llio Mama. Wing, ..
Br bf Coraair. Neal. ' . , . t
Fr bga Jeane Locie. Lpaire. j
HecBmucs' awaraiwa ua, f -
. u.is, .1 : r. n tla ahoe
ME.UtlACIll'B ar wiiwt (wnan wui
Boose with their support wiU find every attan-
c .i 1 ' "
w m . -rt Atv H-.iaM.twriart i Bieiit wiiiaiass.
I X ships wheels, 1 long boat 60 tons screwed hay,
Z naiaa ,cra iibob, . "
20 casks botUed ala and porter, bags oauu : :
Jane 7lh-4t-4 ; COADY CAHOON jr Co.
TOTICE.The iderwgned blends bi"
l T. ..-a irrmF.li PLOMLEY
THE POLYNESIAN, . SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1851.
J&t For Sale, Freight or Ckarter.
The A, 1, clipper schooner Dart, coppered
and copper fastened, and now lying in this port
ready for sea. For further particular", apply to
4-4t G. F. HUBERTSON.
For Freigkt or Charter.
S2 The A, 1. American brig Gen. Worth,"
Captain Graves, 200 tons, 4 years old, in order for
any voyage. Apply to S-tf A. P. EVERETT.
For Sale, Freigkt or Ckaiter.
The A. 1. A nMrlnn linnr Hark W T1
bailer 5 veara old. 243 tons, well found and can
be sent to sea immediately. Apply to
May31.tf-3 ..." A.P.EVERETT.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
The A. 1, clipper brie iCorsair." newlv
coppcrca ana wen louna wun sails, spars and rig
ging, can be sent to sea, without expense. For
particulars apply to GEO. F. HUBERTSON, or
Capt. Neal, on board. 51-tf
. For Sydney Direct.
The Clipper Briir Brothers" to sail on
nesday June 11th. For Freight or naasape
apply to the Capt. on board or to,
June 6th.4-lt at A . B. Howe & Co.
WANTED. Twelve Carpenters, to whom the
highest wages and constant employment will
be given. Jan. 25.tf-37 J.M.STONE.
WANTED By the undersigned, British coin or
Gold Dust, for which the highest market
price will be given. H. SEA. 51-tf
Ilf ANTED . The" undersigned will give
tbe highest market price for British coin or
Gold Dust. STARKEY, JANION & CO.
Aug. 30-161 f
TT7.ANTED. a wheelwright, to whom the best
W of wages and constant employment w ill be
given. Enquire of 44-tf A. P. EVERETT.
SALE 3 AT AUCTION.
II. Sea, Auctioneer.
ON MONDAY NEXT June 9th, at 10 o'clock
A. M. will be sold at the Auction Room, a gen
eral assortment of merchandise, China silks, furni
ture. Clocks, and a great variety of other articles.
TARE NOTICE. Ml vessels engaged in the il
licit importation of spirits or wines, ale and
other spirituous liquors, are liable to siezure, and
on duo proof, to confiscation and sale. The masters
and supercargoes of vessels so engaged, shall,
moreover, and all their aids, co-operators and abet
tors, whether on board such vessels or on shore, be
subject to a fine of one thousand dollars each, and
imprisonment until paid. G. P. JUDD,
3-tf " . Minister of Finance.
SUPERIOR Black and Green Tea for sale at the
store on the' corner of Foit and Hotel street.
3-3t - C. S. BARTOW.
PLANES. Just received an assortment of planes
and plane irons, c s shingling and claw hatchets,
handled axes, coopers' adzes, c s shovels and spades,
door locks and latches, mineral knobs. For sale by
April 26.50-tf - ALDRICH & RUSS.
PARLOR MIRRORS. The subscribers have this
day received an invoice of elegant plate glass
parlor mirrors 20 inches by 38, in lich pill carved
frames. For sale by 50-tf MITCHELL & CO.
N OTICE. R. E. Wakeiuan, Carpenter and Build
er, in Fort street, premises adjoining the French
Hotel, would most respectfully announce to the
public of Honolulu and its vicinity that he is now
prepared to do any kind of work in his line which
may be submitted to his caro, with neatness and
despatch. Mr. Wakemnn returns his thanks for for
mer support and hopes by his steady and honest
principles, to merit a share of public patronage.
On hand and for sale, 9000 ft good American pine
boanfc, planed on both sides, 000 cxtia pine clap
boards ready dressed, 12 M shingles, phnk, &c.
N. B- Particular attention given to repairng
and putting down pumps.
May 23 3m-3 ROBERT E. WAKEMAN
ALL persons indebted to the firm of Bu.I: 5 Co ,
are requested to make immediate payment,
and all persons having chi;ns against said firm are
requested to present the same for pavment immeJi-ately.3-tf
BUSH & CO.
MR. EDITOR. I beg leave through your paper
to state, that there is a person in this town
who is in the habit ot interfering witn my Dimness,
and raising false reports about me, and as I have
sent to Sydney for the calendar, I will how him and
the public that I am no runawav, nor have changed
my name. xours.
MT 31, 1331 lt-3" Air.jv. mcviuiivc.
ON band and for sale by the undersigned :
60 whole boxes superior raisins, 150 half bis
do, 240 quarter bxs do, 300 drums figs, 10 cases
Confectionery, 40 cs prunes, 20 cs sardines, 20 kits
No 1 Mackerel, 20 kits tongues and sounds, 20 kits
halibut fins, 40 kegs lard, 4 casks MarteH's brandy,
100 bbls Byass' Ale, 300 do Tenant's ale, 800 bags
Manila suear, 100 bxs China white sugar, 10 cases
loal susar, o DDW crusnea sugar, o ug i, jvu
. hit lead. 100 cans boiled linseed oil. 0 do
green paint, 60 do bit paint, 10 do copal varn sh,
6 bbls bright varnish, 800 papers lamp black, SO
bbls prime porK, luvnu oagsnonr.
June 3.4-31 on Art tLuf Un L7.
EATHER PILLOWS for sale by
tf-3 ALDRICH RUSS.
OIL PAIIVTIKGS, Jewelry, &c.
rpiIE undersigned begs to inform tne innapitants
I r Uniuiliilii that he has arrived in this citv and
brought with him a -collection' of many fine Oil
ratmings consisting 01 iusiiiv.i, ""n-"rc
i;.ht aa '.. and other subjects part his own
composition and part copies from tie best old mas
ters, painted trom tne onginais in curope; wnicn
he olTcrs to the lovers of the fine Arts on very rea
nn.iiU inimi. Pomona if laste wishing to furnish
their houses with elegant paintings, are respectfully
.. - tt r l;
invited to call ana examine inem. noun ui mih
bition, from 9 to 12 in the morning, and from 5 to 6
in the afternoon. (Admission free.)
Also, an assortment of the latest style of fash-
gold chains, watch guards, lockets, rings, gold
and silver watches, silver snuff boxes, etc for sale
br CARL TU. AVOKBB.HU,
King street opposite me juum nmci.
OELLING OFF. John Watkins &Co. being in
inn nf twr-tii vintr a larce assortment of
New Goods in all this month, have determined to
dispose of their present stock at very - -
riFr REDUCED PRICES.!- -
Haiinii iilii, nine trouble to bubdIv themselves
with those articles of which thev were deficient,
.. . . . f 1 .
they feel assuied that tbe assortment 01 gooas at
Iba Hawaiian Hooit is as varied and as cheap
if not cheaper than any. other Establishment in
Honolulu. - .
VTOTICE. Pursuant to an order of William L.
1 Lee, Chief Justice of the Superior uouru no
tice ta hereby given requiring alt persona having
claims against Samuel Kuluwailehua, late of Ho
nolulu deceased to present the same with the vou
chers thereof to W. H. Rica Administrator or tbe
goods ehattels and credit of tha said deceased at
bis dwelling house at Puaahoa in the district of
Waikiki; on or before the 7th' day of July next. -
, .' i W . U. HlUb, Aummisirwior.
Dated June 8d. 181 . 4t-4 ' ' '
THE subscriber takes this opportunity of present
iar his grateful acknowledgementa for many
favoraalready conferred on hhn. and begs leave .to
a II .am J IkA rint Mm
state, that be etui cwuu .
of a Broker or Faetor res pactally solicits ; a fur-
CHINA GOODS for sale by B F.Snow :
Nankin pongees, checked sarshets.'eilk gauze.
" Emb'd grass cloth bdkfs. fig'd camlet.
Strip'd satiiT, check'd lutestring, sewing silk.
Emb'd crape shawls, neck ties emb'd ends. '
Blk ribbon, silk damask shawl., Manila juse.
Crimson fig'd pongee hdkfr, crape damask scarfs.
Emb'd pini hdks, feather fans, emb'd silk
Leather trunks, paintings, Chests board.
Ivory chess men, peart buttons, whist counters.' '
Ivory backgammon men, do card cases.
Sandal wood card cases, emb'd ribbon, vermillion
Tortoise shell combs, ivory do, pres'd ginger. .
Pres'd chow chow, do Kumquat, do citron.
Dried ginger, as't jellies, waiters, cotton shirts.
Check'd silk sack coats, grass cloth jackets.
Drill pants, neck hdkfs, woolen pants, silk vests.
Satin vests, landscape paintings, born combs.
Grass cloth hdkfs, mock pearls, dressing cases.
Pear Silk windows, ivory bair combs, tea poys.
French silk hats, camphor trunks, tea caddies. .
Mahogany and nut wood writing desks, cigar bxs.
Velvet slippers, patent leather pumps, do boots.
Ladiea work boxes, passion do, cabinets.
Glass bungles, books rice paintings, lo'k'g glasses
Paper folders, billiard balls, joss sticks, blue lights
Fire crackers, pump shoes, double silk shawls.
Camlet silk shawls, satin fig'd do.2-tf
JUST RECEIVED ex ship America, and for sale
by James Wood at the stone store behind the
French store. Champagne io small bottles, claret,
Lafitte and St. Julien, syrups, brandied apricots and
cherries, prunes in jars and boxes, bonbons, olives,
capers and pickles, rigors, silver plated tea and col
fee services, artificial flowers, satin vest patterns,
mantetlettes for ladies with trimmings, silk dresses
for ladies with trimmings, gent's flannel vests supe
rior quality, suspenders superior quality, scented
soap, toilet cases for perfumery, linen shirts first
quality, white cotton shirts, col'd do do, white por
celain dinner service for 12 people, gilt do do for 6
do, 1 four a heeled carriage, spirits turpentine.
Also in bond : Cognac, rum, liqueurs as'd.
N B Entrance by the large gateway in Marine
street. May 17.1-tf ,
BOOT AND SHOE DEPOT. To the public, par
ticularly those troubled with tender feet. The
undersigned having received invoices of Kangaroo
skins and other leather in variety, ex 'John Calvin
and Emerald Isle,' is prepared to make to order
any sort of boot or shue that may be required by
persons with tender feet.
N B Leather and shoemaker's findings in all its
variety.3m50 THOMAS McGEE, Nuuanu st; ;
JUST RECEIVED per schooner "Cheerful,"
and for sale by the undersigned. Regatta shirts,
Turkey reds, striped cotton shirts, . merino shirts,
red flannel, bayet as, indigo sheeting, ponchos, or
gandies, sheets, damask table cloths, book muslins,
Scotch cambrics, diaper, towels, cotton blankets,
blue cloth caps, muslin dresses, 11 qr casks and 7
hhds brandy, (Marten's.) kip leather, sole leather,
oakum, and a great variety of other articles.
April 13.tf-49 STARKEY. JANION & CO.
COOPERAGE. J. A. Burdick having taken the
stand formerly oc upied by C. H Marshall,
first door above B. F. Suow( will continue to carry
on the cooper's business in all its branches at the
above mentioned place, where he hopes that those
of his friends who have hitherto a Horded him a lib
eral patronage will not fail to give him a call.
N. B. 1 ,500 bbls water casks on band and lor sate
on liberal terms. 2-1 y
VfOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by
li the undersigned, at his office in Honolulu Hale,
until the lOih day of June proximo, at 12 o'clock,
f fnr fnntrmfiinrr tr, An thai mrnfntfr and ioiner
work for the court house about to be built in this
place. Plans and specifications together witb the
taoilititta irmilfH. and the conditions exacted bv
government of the contractor, will be open on
, . r . 1 c 11 1 . :.
monuay nexi, tor tue inspection 01 aw wuuui 11 may
concern T. METCALF,
May 31, 1851.2t-3 Sup't Bureau Public Works.
TIT RrrriVP.D and for aalf..
fj 38 bales 5-4 sheetings, 15 cases heavy boots, 10
tierces hams, 100 bags white crushed sugar, itw Dgs
first qualitv'rice, 200 coils Manila rope, 6000 lbs.
cofl'ee, 150 bags oats, cases cheese, 2000 lbs dried
apples, 50 kegs currants, 25 cases claret wine, 50
cases water crackers, lot of Am. brooms.
2 10 boxes soap.
3-5t COADY, CAHOON & CO.
C1R0CKERV WARE. Just received, a desirable
J assortment of crockery consisting of fine blue
tea setts, coflee cups, sugar bowls, cream pitchers
mugs, nappies, &c, for sale by
May 31 tf-3 ALDRICH j- RUSS.
I ""OR SALE. Just received by B. F. Snow, an in
; vo ce of silver ware consisting of
Large size forks, small do, table spoons.
Sc-iip ladles, salt spoons, suspender bucklss.
Macheros, loe stand, and 1 China touchstone,
complete. Jan. I3.tf-S5
TJAINT BRUSHES. Just received, an invoicqyif
X Paint Brushes, consist isg ot extra paint brushes
assorted, varnish brushes, sash tools, as'd sixes,
extra and common while wash brushes, dust brush
es, putty knives. For sale by
April 4.t(-47 ALDRICH & RUSS, Queen st. !
'PO Captains of vessels and others. The under-
X. signed is prepared to supply any quantity of
leather for ship pump purposes.
April 26, 60-Sm THOMAS McGEE,
Boot and Shoe Store, Nauanu st.
1"0 THE LADIES. Crabb & Spalding have just
received a sup lot of Ladies shoes consisting
of kid- r r ties, ladies' buskins, side tiped r r gaiters,
blue tiped do," green tiped do, col'd lasting do, all
of which they offer for sale at very low prices.
UGAR ! Suear ! 1 Sugar ! ! Koloa Sugar for
sale by 39-tf H. HACKFELD,
SUPERIOR HAMS, on hand and for sale bv
ALDRICH Sc. RUSS,
tf-41 ... Queen st.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by B. F. Snow,
Case's sUaw hats, pantaloons, oX carts, hoise do
RICE. 60,000 lbs of Manilla Rice in quantitiei
to suit purchasers, for sals low by
Dec. 5.U-30 t'KAB K SKALUlitu.
BEDSTEADS. A full supply just received and
foi sale low by ALDRICH & RUSS,
Feb. 15.40-tf viueen si.
1-iRESH BUTTER of a superior qnality constant'
It on hand and for sale at the store of
. . , - U3 DAKlUn, ,
May 17. l-l f ' -"corner of Fort and Hotel st.
X CARTS. Six Ox Carts for sale by
CANTON Straw Malt in just received and fo
. . a whn W aa n 1T a"t n a . . .A
sale by 45tf ALUKiun s nuoa, vuen
T?OR SALE. Iron hurdles with screws complete.
Jj Iron fencing wire. By
49-tt ' SIAKIVE.I, Ol s.
MRS. E. KIDDER'S Cholera morbus, dysentery
and diarrhoea cordial, for sale by
tf-41 . A1.UK1UH . yoeen at.
COAL of superior quality for sle In lots to suit
purchasers, by the Agents of the Hudson's Bay
. , Jan. za.u- -
FIR SALE to arrive.- cattle sugar mills, hor
izontal with rolls 22x15. By
49 tf 8TARKEY. JANION & CO.
BUREAUS superior mahogany bureaus with
marble tops and mirrors, for sale by - -Ma
1 51-tf ' ALDRIC H & RUSS. '
mm rtiTCT V1KTF.D for which 'the hicbest
m ivw aww .... -
alay iv. 41-1. . -
TfLANKETS. The undersigned b :ve for sale a
rs. :. of whit and scarlet
mm rery nwwi " : 7 , ,
blankeu which they will sell cheap Also bales
- a . J : u.aaw Jlllat
blue serge aairi. an- y
Jane Wn-ii--,. v"
OR SALE Rice, biack and green tea of super,
q8TARKETy JANIOW C,
VTOTICE ?t Fe-oval-ilr H.
11 moveatotasi poww c, i
efT-C.B. Reek, Esq. in traaw M
NEW STORE on the corner of Fort and Hotel
ats, opposite the store of R. G. Davb. The
subscriber would respectful lr inform the public that
ibis establishment will be opened on Monday the
5tb hist., with the - following new and desirable
assortment of merchandize, which will be offered
on reasonable terms, viz.: fancy prints, blue do.
fancy muslins, book fo, victoria lawn, striped and
fig'd muslins, dentins, blue cotton, bleaiheddo,
jjingharus, cambric hdkfs, la sylphia, parasols, bor
dered satin do, ladies wh. and doe kid gloves, blk
satins and silks crape shawls, gent'a opera caps,
fancy satin hdkfs, and a great variety of other ar
ticles. At this store will be constantly kept on
band.a large and varied assortment of fancy goods,
suitable for the climate. Also a general assort
ment of groceries.
May 351-61 C.S.BARTOW.,
TRUGS, PERFUMERY. FANCY ARTICLES.
XJ &c- The undersigned invite the attention of
pnysicians and planters on this and other islands,
masters of vessels and the public generally, to their
stock of American, English and French drugs, med
idines, &e, &e, imported directly for their special
use from Europe and the United States. Particu
lar attention will be paid to the putting up of medi
cines for sea use and for physicians. Liberal de
ductions made from retail prices on such supplies -Having
secured the services of a practical chemist
and apothecary, great pains will be taken in coin
pounding medicines, and tbe public may rely upon
their orders being properly executed. Prescriptions
put tip with tbe utmost correctness and despatch.
A large stock of chemicals, perfumery, faucy arti
cles, &c, &c, constantly on hand.
ED. HOFFMANN. M. D.
B. F. HARDY, M. D.
Office corner of Merchant and Kahuumanu st.
April 12.tf-48 ; .
Gy ROCERIES. For sale in quantities to suit pur
F chasers, tbe following, viz : 20 tierces bams,
25 bbls white wine vinegar, 20 cases water and but
ter crackers, 2 do cuiacoa chocolate, 10 do Pick
les 1-2 gal jars, 25 do pie fruit, 13 do fresh clams
in tins, 20 do tomato ketchup, 12 do Lobsters in
tins, 10 do Lemon rap. 10 do raspberry do, 10 do
aarsapaiilla do, 10 do Eng mustard 1-2 lb bottles.
6 do pres'd quinces and green pages, 25 cases pick
led lobsters, 6 do olive oil, 6 hf bbls halibut fins,
20 qr bbls halibut fins, 20 qr bbls tongues and
sounds, 26 boxes as'd spices, in 1-2 lb cans, 150 dz
extra quality champagne cider, 100 doz Falkirk
ale, 25 doz London Porter, 8 bbls dried apples, 2
hhds Goshen butter. CRABB & SPALDING.
, April 19.49-tf
(CARPENTERS' TOOLS, just received, an in
J voice of carpenters tools and building hard
ware, consisting of super steel squares, best cast
steel hand saws, do do back saws, best cast steel
hammers, best cast steel firmer chisels and gouges,
augers and gimlets, braces with bit ts, box wood and
ivory rules, chisel handles, taper saw files, togeth
er with an assortment of wood screws,' wardrobe
hooks, door latches and bolts, cupboard catches
and window springs, scissors, shears, knives, forks,
Britannia and iron tea and table spoons, iron and
copper tacks, brads and rivets. For sale by
April 4.tf-47 ALDRICH & RUSS, Queen st.
JUST RECEIVED ex Loo Choo. A superior as
sortment of carpenters' tools, patent trowels,
rim, mortice, closet, cottage, chest, trunk and pad
locks, bolts, butts, window springs, frame pulleys,
blind trimmings, door latches, gate springs and
hinges, hooks and hinges, nails of all kinds, copper
pump tacks, iron tacks, brads, sup. pine plank, 2
inch oak plank, deck plank, pine boards and pla
ners, clapboards, shingles shaved and sawed, laths,
pickets, doors, sashes glazed, ' blinds, window
Irames, &c, &c. which will be sold on reasonable
terms for cash or approved paper by -April
1, 1851 60-tf BRANDON & WOOD.
M0ES. The subscribers oner for sale at low
O rates for cash or approved credit, an invoice ol
shoes, consisting in part of 8 cases men's sewed
goat brogans, 7 cases men's sewed calf do, 2 cases
u.en's peg'd calf brogans, 6 cases women's sewed
calf shoes for native wear, 3 cases men's enamelled
peg'd brogans, 2 cases men's enamelled peg'd Jer
sey lies, 2 cases men's enamelled sewed Jersey ties,
6 cases peg'd imitation sewed calf boots 10 esses
Ladies' shoes of all varieties. April 19.49-tf
CRABB & SPALDING
ON hand and for sale by B. Pitman. 25 bbls new
American flour, 20 doz Tnwnsendssarsaparilla,
10 cases Suffolk blue drill, 20 boxes sperm candles,
8000 lbs New Bedford 1st quality bread. 100 bbls
beef and pork, 20 kegs tobacco, 51 bs. 81bs, and 82
lbs, 40,000 short sia cigars, best brands, 20,000 l't
and d'k brown Havannas, 100 boxes No 1 brown
soap, in 20 lb boxes, 25 do white salt water do in
75 Il boxes, 30 doz as'd English pickles
Hilo, April 11, 1851.50-St
TEW GOODS just received and for sale by the
shoes, 2 casks stewpans, a lot of tin ware, 1 cask
sad irons, 200 cases claret, 100 do Madeira. 40 M.
Spanish cigars, 40 kegs butter, 1 bale canvass,
and a variety of other articles.
April 12. 48-tf ' H. HACKFELD.
HARDWARE. Just Received, and for sale bj
the Subscribers :
Superior Rim Locks, with mineral Knobs sa
Cast .Lift Butts, assorted sizes, Plane Irons,
Gate Hinges, assorted sizes. Bench Planes, '
Chisels, Gouges, Window Springs, Hammers,
Shingling Hatchets, Masons' Trowels,
Chest Locks, Blind Hangings and Fastenings, Le
Feb. 1, 1851. tf BRANDON&WOOD.
XTRtV nnnns iimt arrived and for sale bribe
l undersigned, bags Sydney flour, do rice, Cises j
, 1 ' t I t ! I ... M.M.MM.J-.,l.t.. I
Cualaro, OO picnia, ;r'm r.,viui ri raisins,
nmrrants. soap, a few cases of superior scented do,
large and small looking glasses, carpeting, a few
cases of superior preserved f ruits, port and sherry
wine, champagne in baskes, hhds Trueman'a ale.
tf-52 . . ' . H. SEA '
VTOTICE. I am. about to visit the, United States
l frw fr months, and durinir' tnr' absence I
have empowered Mr Henry A. Patterson, to dis
charge tbe duties ol mv consulate. . ....
- - ' "ELISHA H. ALLEN,
' ' U. S. Consul.,
U. S. Consulate, Honolulu, April 2. 185l.Sm-47
QUPPLIES FOR CALIFORNIA. The
U nndarainiwit orenared to furnish Irish Pota
toes is quantity at Kalepolepo or Keawakapu, Isl
and of Maui. jww. KiunAni3u,
H. KUIHELANI, 1
marl6-44tf ' P. NAHAOLELUA.
fPABLES, and Cane, and Wood Seat Chairs for
J. sale by 45tf ALDRICH & RUSS, Queen st.
ONIONS. Several cargoes can be obtained with
despatch by vessels potting in at Mahukona or
Honoipu, Kohala, Hawaii. KUKEANUE MA.
5t-2 -' ,: ' '; ' . .
CHINA White Sugar in quantities to suit pur
chasers, for sale by
March 22.45.tf ALDRICH & RUSS, Queen st.
HORSE CARTS. Twenty. Hon Carts, com.
pleie, for sale by M5tf , A. P. EVERETT.
0 LET. The upper story bf the new building
Kn Kashumanu SU : APPry io
HAND CARTS, vvneeioarrows,
Carta, Horse Cart, and Plows, for sale by-j ihe
undersisned. (Sept. 88.11-20) A. tu nuwr-
-mv n . ottttfii Th '-nndaraiir.aed are. bow
Kireceiving, and offer for sale. Fresh Ratter
from Kaua-.o. supenor ,mj. mnn
March 7,1861. 4,".. -
NOTICE-Mastera or agents of coasting vessels
wh. baveot settled their bills at the harbor
master's omea. are requested to do 1 witboutile-
uy. . , .... M-rbar Master.
3-4t . :
nOPYING PRESS FOR SALE. For nalo a copy-
JK" rrriy -kVFolynarianofiee. .M
undersigned: 29 cases assorted prims, o caseo
blue cotton, 5 do blue drill, 5 bales denims, 4 cases
rnitnn mixed socks. 1 do fancy shirts, 12 do as M
OTICK Proper application having been made
to William L. Lee, Esquire, Chief Justice of
the Superior Court j by John Montgomery Esquire.
solicitor lor r. A. Wirt, of Honolulu, executor un
der the will, for probate of the last will and testa
ment of John W. S. Dawson, of Honolulu, afore
said deceased : Notice ia hereby given to all persona
w hom it may concern, tbat Monday, tbe 16th day
of June next at nine o'clock in tbe forenoon, ia a
day and hour appointed for hearing probate of the
said will ; and all objections that may be offered
thereto, at the coort house ia the town bf Honolulu
aforesaid. HENRY RHODES.
Honolulu, May 17, 1861.5t-l Cl'k Sop. Court.
M. RH UOMtfE;
HAIR DRESSER from Paw, has the honor to
inform the residents and visitors of Honolulu.
that be ia about opening an establishment for aar
cutting and shaving. M. Richouime makes wigs,
peruques. fcic, in every variety, for ladies andgeuv
tlemen. Dresses ladies hair, keeps the best as
sortment of peifumery. hair and tooth brushes, &c.
Razors set. Office in Mr. Davis' new block on Fort
street. No 5. March 22.453inlmis
JUST RECEIVED by the Loo Choo, and for aa!a
by the undersigned, cites Merrimack prints,
cases fancy prints, w hile flannel, white checked
muslins, Swiss spot muslins. Umbrellas, fringed par
asols, sceloped do, bordered satin do, gingham do,
ui-n' palm leal hats, hoy do. K R awed pumps,
velvet pumps, women's kid shoes, saddles, bridlev,
headstalls, white jac hdkfs, ladiea' etnb hdkfs, silk
cravats, do gloves, ladies blk elastic hose.
Goons ExpccTan ?rx Colchis. Cases shill
ings, blue drills, blea sheetings, printed lawns,
stout brogans, ladies Jenny Lind boots, ladies' en
ameled do, ldies" polka do, foxed lasting buskins,
rases saddles, bridles, blankets, Gould's cotteh syr
up. &c. tf-43 O.H.GUL1CK.
rro THE PUBLIC OF HONOLULU. William
1 Maxwell, better knon as Tim of the Commer
cial, bees respectfully to inform the citizens and
the sea faring community , thai he has taken a stall
in the public market where he intends to sell fresh
beef of the best quality. If his numerous friends
and patrons choose to loo nun up in nis new quar
ters, he will endeavor to please their tastes to the
utmost of his abil'ty.I-3m WM. MAXWELL.
HERON St MURRAY,
Carpenters and Builders,
1) F.SPECTFULLY inform Ihe inhabitants of Ho--1
nolulu that they have commenced business in
the above line and are now prepared to erect build
ings and undertake any other work submitted to
their care. They pledge thejiwelves to execute all
orders upon the low est possible terms, and from
their long practical experience, added to punctuality
and despatch, they trust to meet with tbat share of
public support w liich it will always be their eudeav
or to merit. Workshop corner of Mauna Kea and
Beretania sts, adjoiuing the premises of Rev. Mr.
"EW GOODS now landing from American ship
Loo Choo. Samuel Kennedy Master, from
- - - . 1 j . 1. rt
Boston ano lor saie ny mo unuirngimu,
lowing articles of merchandise : "
Cases Merrimac prints, blue and orange.
. - blue and white.
, m black and red.
.1 blue and white, large fig.'
blue, white and orange.
Plain bales denims.
" bleached cottons, bales licking.
.. u beetled, bales bro drills
cotton flannel, cases blea
" bleached Jeans, cases Mexican mixtures.-
gambroons, do ehambraya, do kremlina.
' blue drills, bales Bro sheetings.
Spanish cigars, bales bro shirtings.
Rubles Trail'a almonds, scissors.
Tinned sauce pans, table cutlery, pocket knives .
Locks, handled axes, latches, bolta.
Tinman's solder, iron wire as'd.
Blind fasts and hinges, boiled linseed oil.
Spirits tnrpentiue, boots and shoes as'd.
Bales - tripes, men's rubber boots.
Raifins in boxe, cases sheathiqg copper.
Ke?s comp nails, prea'd milk, seraphines.
Feb. 13.40-tf B.F.SNOW.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. HENRY M
WHITNEY, having made arrangements with a
wholesale bookseller and stationer of New York, ia
prepared to supply to order, medical, theological
law, and miscellaneous books, together with worka
in tne various other departments of literature, blank,
books ruled to any pattern and bound in the best
manner. The arrangements are such as will eaable
him to furnish every article in the line on the very
bc-t terms. London books can also be supplied
from New York or imported to older. Ha "
Mantly in receipt of consignments of law, school,
1 a- .... aa. ak BW 4 lawtfawa? fifl
and miscellaneous dook,
j n .Hn.inir Brasses, blank.
note papers, uiwi p-r"' --tv r- -
books, and stationery in general. 6u-49 , -
LOTTERY, 120 shares, at $30 each. 13 prrzet
The first prize consists of an entirely new and
beautifully situated country villa in Nuuanu Valley r
with a Urge fowl house and enclosed yard; on a
piece of excellent land 2 1-3 acres iu extent, at a
ground rent of S27 a year with a lease for 21 years,
estimated value three thousand dollars; 2d prrxe
$100, 3d do $100, 4th do $75, 6lh do $50, 6th do
$50, 7th do $50, 8tb do $50, 9th do $25, 10th do
$23, 11th do $25. 12th do $25, $!3th do $25.
The house and land to be given up free of all iu
cumbrance to the person who obtains the first praer
one week after the drawing has taken place. The
other prizes to be paid in cash the day after the
j ' -- l niiktu. nntiro will be siven
arawrng wnc r"""" ;
of when and where the drawing will take place.
Fof Shares in the above apply to Mr Macfarlane.
- 1 ni.l .! a nlan with She dimen
sions of the house my be seen and full narticulare;
obtained. Particulars may also be had of Mr Sea,
at his auction room. ' -J
DRY GOODS The subscribers offer for sale
very low lo close consignments, the following
assortment of dry goods, all of the very best qual.
. . . li... ;. .mall riir ijre .
ity : iu cases nerrunac r" " ,7 ? .
3 eases fancy ealieoes. 10 cases heavy blue drills,
20 cases heavy bleached sbuliugs 36 inches, 3 eases
butted shirting, 5 cases heavy shirting atnpes, 10
1 , 1 A.:Hm in An. k. ahMtinira 36 inches.
DIKt erewu mm,, " m .
10 bales Osnaburgs, IU cases oenima. "s -
cloths, and a Urge assortment ef fashionable do
thingof every variety t.,itt
ASSORTED BRITISH GOODS The bark 'Ty
riao sailed from London about the middle of
- i : Ar Rritiak Goods.
January vim ---
carefully selected Tor this marsei oy .
Esouire. who it expected soon te arme by way ol
TRY GOODS for sale by tM surriwera. ivr
1 I 1 jm- ia A kUached do. S do beetleeT.
shirting. 10 do blue sheeting, I do bre do. ! drf:
bro dnlls, do bro Osnaborgs, 10 do denims, 7 do
Lon Cloth, do fancy prints, 10 do Merrimac I
Kliva nrintflj 09 twnKi P r V
do fancy cnec.., - . nrvQ
- a - t- a. M afaaa ask aawt in a aaW I tTaaaV
10 PARTNERSHI P NOTIC The undersigned
i ka ihU H ontnrwd mte a co-partneTsmp an-
der the firm of C. F. Haasey 4V Co., lor too saia or
merchandise generally, and furnwbing cargoe s of,
potatoes and other island vodne, JKhuT-r'
. -w . j . . .
Kahului, Maul, ' J. - '
Jtovil I. 1851ra-47 L. S. RLOiLE3.
O tha Ladies, Gentlemen, and Hotel Keepers of
. . m i :-mA kia a nrauaata
i Honoiuiu. o umw-i - - " ,j
cook, respectfully solicits the patronage of pm-M
giving dinner or supper P"- 'uZZZ7
served up wnn i" " . ' mr V, mvntt - '
Robins, bakers. gmgatJm-44 W.O.WEBB.
VTOTICE. French eitizena are hereby .jnferroed
A that tha functions confided to me, by. Consul
" . i far Freach
Dillon, in oepiemi-ajr, iw, --- -
commerce ao?a.vigtio.. wBI hereafter be perform
ed bv P. A. Wirt, Ewiuire. - 'j
May 23.1851.Sm-a STEPHKW K.i.tw-"'
. ay "
. . m rr.i- - ' aljaa the
near ' The lZZL tC-ZA .4
le Has excellani m . 7j
Wwhing expeditioosly "d wwll dona- T.rmsm.
urate. ' ' - t ... .. ; . VJ
per gallon, cash.
i aingww m-