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THE POLYNESIAN, SATUI ,IAV; JUNE 28; 1851.
Bw Cutljoriti). I
The funeral of the late Kekacoitohi will take
ill take place punctually at 10 o'clock, on Mon
day morning. The procession willlnove from
jjer residence Richard Street, to the large na
tive church, and from thence to the Royal Cem
etery. Tbe Court will tt into mourning from the
SOib June to the 30th J uly.
A W. Pahsou, Enquire, ha been appointed
District Attorney, far the second judicial district
f the H"''an ilnil, comprising the islands
of Maui, Molokni, and Lanni.
nv Hi" Excellency the Governor of Hawaii.
Geobce M- RoBtaTSON, Squire, M i a icni -
Circuit Judge, on tlie ilaii ! nawaii; 10 resiue
in Suih Kohala, (Waimea.)
Rv the Marshal. Thomas H. Mashall,
r'uip., t I Sheriff f the island of Kauai,
vice F. Funk, Enquire, resigned.
Honolulu, July 2Sth 1351.
T tT OF LETTERS Renniidns Jn ihe Hono'ala Port
L Office. June 28. 18 X. rht uames of vesseia an quoted.
lieu, rapt Albert
Alien. Sml B
a J worth un
Brighton' Allyn wm.
frocks, H C
Monti!' Hurjress, f i S 'Pocahontas'
Bond, Kichard , -trie'
' Cocgshall, GRZ'j RoberUon
Cole, John H
ter. i baa
tatlicirt. Ju J
Colon - Gardener
Catbeart l bos J
A ntonie' i ockerdorff, Bobert
n.ll - an. T
Harv van' I'mda.
i- whanMI Thompson' Ceunis A W-8
' Andrew do .ryer.eo
Iiiiiingham, r J
Eldredge, Cspt II 2
Field. ?sml P
Ford. Ci arles
City" Eldred, K B
c,r P Champion' liifford, J-2 HI Washington
W, Joseph . Cordon, John t George'
Gallagher, toward Oalliot, v m
n Unii C Gordon Hammona, James t-x
Henderson. Ed T '..iJ't
Henipsrted. John P
arris. C C
liolt. a a
ArmaU Henry Francis
loti. wm a
Holm Jos tf
Hunter, T 8
l.anoC W I
Jones, Saml W
Kins. Cbss, E-8
cl-y. iiuutr. 1 S
N Star' Uillman, Jas -brig Tucker'
Jefferson' KI.-p. James B
Vineyard' Ke.i.p -olin J
Lntk. Bkh E
Miller. Capt A
Mecham, 6 SUnley
Lawrence. Wm X Alexander'
l.ipeonib,Jas L 'Ocmul ee
Low. JYralk u. Jr-2
'India' Macfariane, Mr
Mallory, Martin '
Nickleson, Ctas H
Perrival Capt O
Palmer, Ur J W
I'eicU, capt S Mary i .
os' Protois. Victor-2 'Antonie'
PoU son, Capt J 8 'Florida- Reymond, Ed J& Eliza th'
Eandolph Geo VV kobertMn, Miss Liunia J
Kid.iev, Capt Artemiia' Keyuard, KoUrt
Sevnard, lloU P -China'
Sesbary, Jason 'Monongabela'Stetn, Capt John-2 -Ann
Sbermn. Jonn .,..-.,'
c. BetMiblic' ew. ua. Joha
eilvter. C U-2 t ossack sabias, lioward-2
fmith. K H Mluntsville- iwn Joseph
spear. Cbs B .Noble Soule, api C
.-.Z... ii m 'RiiflltOll' r-OUlr, G .
faiHh. Jere, 'J Etiabeth' fctevens Ed C
StiLman, A W Jeauetie'
Tew. Uenry "Clobe' Thomas. George Capt
1 ay tor. Ajessrs i Co Tanner, rreux
Veting, Louis Capt
W'illia'iis, F Acushnet' Watrous, Psnl
W,n, W E Vk hittaker, K
W idJefield. J W Wood, Mrs I rancis E
Woodbridge, E H 'Midas'
PAPERS NI PARCELS.
Seabnry, J 'Monongahela Edwards, Jae W
Miip Gov Troop
crapo. Kobt W
. eteton, c r
Swastwout d I)
Ciapo, Kobt 15
Emerson, It W
HENRY M. WHITNEY. P
. . HARRIED.
On Taesdsv eening, the 24th inrt . by the Rev. T. E.
lor, Mr. I. C Si-di .0. of -alem. Mas . U. a. A., u
Eai sera Iswia. of Woolwich, England.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jose 21 Am w-hr Spartacu, Harris, 13 d fm Sn Franciaco
2t Fr bk Cinrier. Hain. 2 1 I n 31iil ao.
Br hii Mary Cathanne, Fox, 42 da fm Auckland
and 6? d frm Sd'-ev.
Km h Stinl A-:leim D nne, 1?) da fm San Fran.
2 Br t. MU-W. BNck. 22 fn da
A n bk I-kMii. tltne. 1 d- fn Ho
24 Brack.- Eisle Blntit-il, 16 from da
Aji wn h ilelea A'lu.m, Falea, 7 tnoS oor;
Isne 21 Br Brother, D-eon, fir Sdnev.
! A II bk J?ld mirla. J. rll, Manilla.
21-Aw b A fnmdark. Gillip e. S Franciaco.
2l-ttrhf Wariurk, L-ru, K."tH
S Aa k M-raiilan. Cun. Cicna.
21 A n lr J F.aukliu, ;kr, Ltbtiua.
25 - Fr bk C'XMier. aimn. Butvm.
2 Br bk Walter Atnrrlce, Jdorrio. Singmpore.
Shipping ia Pott.
imWkWinH Sbaiter, Gorham.
Am brig Gen Wirt.
Am aekr Uatt. Wxodberry
Ur bg nrir. Neal.
fjr bx Faudiwa, Mott
II aw fck U.n Q'lmitr, West.
cA iletthetia, Marfarlano.
Er bk Lima, Y'Je.
Aw wk bk Janet, Cmwrlt.
Br achr Ad-toir, Bker.
A P 4a. P.-rkiis Williama.
Br bg Swtera, Ciark.
VOTICE. A meeting of the Managers of the Roy-
-i tr Arrionltnral Society will be held on
MONDAY Evening next, June30th. Afnllatten-denceisrequestet-
s matters of imprtnce will be
transacted? H EN UY M WHITNEY, Cor, Sec y.
Honolulu, June 26, 1851. lt-7.
-I:jri2 unf -iaui-ai aqi jo loatnaJHb
-i ou, oi patdp Xjtiaads9 put 'papaias Anjjo
zmusqajatu pauos.a jo oca 'litu in3ny
U m k pnI q" put qDJW qi9I l
uo oediaaf! fassaa qaiqw ..uouq,. diqS Jdj
mu iaqi tqt Liwi wpti put spuau
jtaqt asiipt i aa "nnaao vaamod
"T"Vin SALEw-A few bbls Missouri Mills Flour, al
few boxes No. 1, extra, soap, a few kegs as'd nails,
a few ex yetes nd ploughs, by
June 28 -3t7 CASTLE &. COOKE.
IRISH POTATOES Families, hotels and ship-
BLACK HATS, A few superior Black Hats re
ceived oa hand, also. Black Crapes
lt7. ' JOHN WATKINS &CO.
NOTICE. All persons to whom J. W. S Dawson
ef Honolulu, atood indebted are requested to
fornish their demand to P. A. Wirt or Kaikowaha.
th -aidow, who are executor or executrix named in
his will, or to the solicitor, J. MONTGOMERY ,
ffoooluiu 21 June 1851-21-6 . -
BEDSTEADS. A full 'supply just revived and
for sale low by ALDRICH RUSS,
FeV. 40-tf - - Queen si.""'
HX) Captain Henry T. Fox, commmander of tbe
X ship "Mary Catharine : "Dear Sir: We,
the passengers of the ship " Mary Catharine,"
bound for California, and some amongst us for this
port, feel it but a bare act of justice warmly to ac
knowledge, as we now ao, now materially our com
fort and happiness has been enhanced by your uni
form kindness, good temper and attention, to all on
board ; as also oy vigilant Attention day and night,
to your difficult and responsible duties, and further,
having arrived at this port sooner than we could
anticipate. We heartily congratulate you on your
safe arrival, wishing you and your amiable lady
and daughter, a safe arrival at London , and with
our best wishes for your future welfare and happi
ness. We remain yours truly.
John Taylor, Robert Nann, Peter Ledger, Geo.
Burnett, Jas. Macg regor and w ife, Thomas Jones
and wife. John McCormack, John Smith and wife,
James Gammal, Jesse Hack, Patrick Doyle and
wife, Thom-ia J. Jones, Thomas Hancock and fam
ily, George Clark and wife, Wm. Boswell, Michael
O'Connor, Felix Gun and wife, Michael Carney,
Robert Trobridge and wife. Sohn Macdermott, W.
Wellar, Edward Morgan, Eben. Jamison and wife,
George McAlphin, John Thompson. Wm. Rose. J.
Quin and wife, Patrick McGarvie, Wm. Irvitiund
wife. Thos. Mcgrory and wife, James F HGrecn
field, Francis Larkin and wile, John Macroberts, C.
Bouchei and wife, Hugh McLaughlin, Geo. Piiew,
Stephen Brooks and family, Win Gardiner, Chas.
Tigh, Wm. Matthews and wife;-John Hater, P.
Flanagan, G. Butts, Rev.W. Benson, Rev. F.
Kolths. Mrs. McAlphin? Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. Cam
eron, Mrs. WiutC Miss C. O'Brien, Miss A. M. Gar
vil, MisM7 Fowler, Margaret Connolly.
Dated Honolulu, 24th June, 1851.117.
Honolulu, June 24, 1851.
ADIES AND GENTLEMEN .The very flat
tering address which you have this day present
ed me with, has caused me much pleasure, for al
though I feel that you speak in higher terms of my
conduct than I deserve, yet I cannot but feel grati
fied that my efforts have met with so strong a mark
of your approbation. To you who leave the ship
here, I bid a hasty farewell ; to you who are des
tined to proceed in her to California, I will onlv ex
press the fervant hope that when we pnrt, the same
mutual good feeling may exit between us as does at
this moment, and to each and all I wish prosperity
in vour future avocations. On the part of Mrs. Fux
and child, I be? also to return our warm acknowl
edgements for the kind feeling you express toward
them. I remain yours, most obediently,
HENRY F. FOX.
To Mr. J. Taylor and -.he other passengers of the
" Mary Catbariiie."lt7
Rales. Regulations and Charges for Storage, adopt
ed for Spirituous Liquors, (including Wines, &c., lia
ble to more than 5 per cent., ad valorem duty,) and
for such goods as pay 5 per cent, ad valorem duty,
bonded in the I'ustom House Stores, from and after
the first day of July, 1851.
RecclatioVs for Spirituous Liqcors.
Before landing any Spirituous Liquors, the import
er is required to make an entry at the Cutom House-
in the usual form, giving marks, numbers ana con
tents of each package, separately, and to give a bond,
with surety, for the full duties thereon
The importer is permitted to take out as a sample
of each kind and quality, one bottle, free of charge;
but for every succeeding sample there will he a charge
for opening the stores, of one dollar for each bottle.
Before taking a package out of the stores', the im
norter will present an order to the Collector, giving
the marks, numbers and contents thereof, and stating
whether it is intended for exportation or consumption.
If it is intended for consumption the duties must then
be paid, or if it is intended for exportation, an out
ward entrv must be made in the usual form, stating by
whom it is to he exported, date of inward entry, ves
sel's and master's name by which imported, and by
which to be exported, and day the transit duties there
on, vir ; 1 per cent, ad valorem, if the value shall ex
ceed 51,000, and 5 per cent ad valorem, if the value
be less than SI, 000.
When any part of a lot of spirits is taken out of
stores, the corresponding duties will be written off the
All liquors in casks will be gauged as they are tak
en out of the stores for consumption, and duties charg
ed only upon, the quantity delivered.
Liquors taken out of the stores for exportation,
must not be in less quantities than one package, if in
casks, or thirteen gallons if in bottles original pack
ft"es not to be broken and if for consumption not
les than a single package, or at least five gallons.
The expense of putting in, stowing and taking out
of stores, will be borne by the . importer or owner.
Whenever spirits are taken out for exportation, the
importer, exjiort r, or owner, will, if required by the
Collector, deliver to him within twenty four hours
from the time of its leaving the store, a certificate
signed bv the captain of the vessel in which it is in
tended to be exported, declaring that it is received on
board his vessel, and is not intended to be rc-landed
at these islands
Rates of Storage for Spirituous Liquors One
cent per gallon per month, if in casks; and two cents
per gallon per month, if in bottles.
Regulations for five per cent. Goods.
Th imDorter or owner shall, (after due entry and
cptrlpment of duties) deliver to the Collector an in
voice of the goods to be placed in the stores, giving
marks, numbers, contents, quantity and value, as per
original invoice, of each package, separately; (except
where the entire entire amount entered is to be placed
in the stores.) .
The expense of putting in, stowing and taking out
f thA stores, will be lorne bv the importer or owner
Goods taken from the stores must 1 c in original
packages ; nothing less than a whole package will be
delivered except as samples, and then in the least
nnantirv that will make a fair sample.
Rt-fore takinir a package out of the stores the im
porter or owner will present to the Collector an order
invin" the marks, numbers, and contents, stating the
na nf the vessel .n which it was l n ported, ana trie
date, and also whether it is for exportation or con
sumrtion. If intended for exportation, the importer
or owner will make an outward entry of the same in
the usual form.
In order to entitle the importer or owner to draw
back, the amount exported must he two hundred and
fifty dollars or over, and have all been imported in
n.. tcc,. and be exDorted in one vessel.
An, ln hv Ic-iikasre. breakage or fire. shall beat the
responsibility of the party or parties who place their
goods in store.
RATES OF STORAGE FOR FIVR PFR CEST GOODS.
r. "on ik. i ents each per month.
IUVI lira-1 "
Bids of flour and meal. (200 lbs.) 7 cts ea per montn.
-bottled ale, beer, and porter, containing more
than 4 doi bottles, 10 cents each per month.
Bbls. I.ecf. pork. fish, pitch, tar; and turpentine, 9
cents each per month.
Boxes containing 1 dox. common chairs, 15 cents
each per month.
Lumber, coals, etc., stored outside the custom stores
25 cents per ton. per month.
Goods ( except the above) valued at less than 100
per ton, 1 per cent per month upon the invoice v-1-ne
but rot less than 50 cents per ton per month.
Goodss (except the above) valued at more than
100 per ton, and less than S300 per ton, i per cent
Goods (except the above) valued at more than 300
per ton, 1-4 per month.
QCASTITT OF GOODS TO COMPOSE A T05.
1600 lbs coffee in casks. 1800 lbs coffee in bags
1 100 lbs cocoa - 1300 lbs cocoa
1000 lbs pimento in casks. 1 100 lbs pimento
j-2240 lbs pig and bar iron, 1800 lbs dried fisn in duix.
sugar, nee, nans, ana law ms
similar articles. 200 galls. ( wine measure )
it.. ..,:'. hronri in rsk. reckoninff toe mil con
800 lbs 44 - " bSs
40 dry hides.
1000 lbs tea, (net )
40 ft (cubic measure.) box
tents of the caks, of oil,
vinegar and lime juice,
also ale, beer and porter,
not bottled. ;
and bale goods ana itirs. , .
All property to be stored in the custom house stores
for the benefit of drawback, must be taken i
the vessel in which it is imported, to the stores or pla
ces designated by the collector. -.. ' . IJ'V " a
Not less than one month storage to he charged, ana
for fractions of a month, (after the first months) a
less than eight days, nothing; over eight days and un
der twenty , three days, one half month . and over
twenty three days a full month. . . - ,
Storage is due upon all spirituous liquors and goods
at the time of delivery, and once in every three months
if remaining in stores. - CH AS- R. BISHOP,
Collector General of Customs. -
Approved this 23d day of June, 1851. , . ;
- , - A8I5.E B BaT8' l Com'rs of Custom. ".
Honolulu, Island of Oaba, June 21, 1851-2t-7 -
A MERICAN FLOUR- A mH lot in half bbls.
A Baltimore brand, well P,-55,or
sale by- June?S3t7 r A- JOHNSTONE.
rr- ADVERTISEPS mill nblim n k Than
in their favors before 12 o'clock on Friday.
SALE3 AT AUCTION.
II. Sea, Auctioneer.
fY8 Tuesday next, July 1, will be sold
tion Room, a large assortment of Jherchandise
just arrived per ship Mary Catharine, rom Sydney,
sleeted expressly for this market. XSTparticuUrs see
hiTIa 1 T - T
EW GOODS ex H lIaX Catharine " will be sold
i at Auction, on T,utsday nuxt, July 1, 1851. The
above goods were expressly selected for this market
and will be foaad'very desirable. Terms Cash.
. June 28851.
g B III! mi 1 i,
-ifv SALE The Hawaiian schooner
SzuilL Post Bov 44 tons burthen is onlv two vears
IJ II t-" 1 1 r5 -.
nu uuj nas ocen teceniiy coppereu. ror particu
lars apply to June 21 tl-6 F. R. VI DA
FOR SALE. The fast sailing Hawaiian
schooner Kauikeaouli (late the Amelia V87
tons burthen coppered and copper fastened built at
Singapore, and is uell found in every respect 2(H!0
navmg been lately laid out on her in repairs. Fo
particulars apply to F. R. VIDA
Honolulu June 12 1S51 tf-5
- For Sale, Freight or Charter.
The A, 1, clipper schooner Dart,' coppered
anu copper lastened, and now lying in tins port
ready lor sea. J? or further pariicul.irs. apply to
4-4t G. F. HUBERTSOX.
3fc For Freight or Charter.
The A, 1, American brig Gen. Worth,"
Captain Graves, 200 tons, 4 yeatf old, in order fo
any voyage. Apply to 3-tf A. P. EVERETT.
ijjt For Sale, Freight or Chatter.'
The A, 1, American clipper bark W. .
.Suailer," 5 years old, 243 tons, uell found and can
be sent to sea immediate! v. Applv to
May31.tf-3 A. P. EVERETT.
FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER
I he A. I, clipper. brig "Corsair." newlv
i-oppereu ana wen louna Willi sails, spars and ng
ging, can be sent to fea, without expense. Foi
i , . - . .. . .
particulars apply to GEO. F. HUfcERTSOX, or
Capt. Neat, on board. 51-lf
niLu. i n eive arpenters, to u Hour
K-Ti-r t-.-i rf--
highest wages and constant employment will
be given. Jan. 25.tf-37 J. M. STONE.
17 ANTED By the undersigned, British coin or
Gold Dust, for which the highest market
price will be given.
1UANTED. The iindersijzned will give
' the highest matket price fr British coin or
Gold Dust. STARK EY, JANION & CO.
Aug. 30-1 6tf
ANTED. A wheelwright, to whom the best
of wages and constant employment will be
given. Enquire of 44-tf A. P. EVEHETT.
i given, that the undersigned has in his possession
Seventeen pairs Shoes, which were seicd on the night
of the 25th inst, for a breach of the Revenue Laws
Anv person having claims upon the said propertv
is requested to make the same known to the under
signed within thirty one days from the date of the
publication hereof; otherwise it will be sold at public
auction for the benefit of whom it mav concern.
CIIAS. R. BISHOP,
Col'r Gen of Customs.
Custom House, Honolulu, June 26. 1251. lt-7
NOTICE. Proposals will be received by the un
dersigned at his office in Honolulu Hale, until the
15th of August next, for getting out Ohia timber, and
delivering at a good landing and safe ancl.ornge. from
whence Government will receive it. tonalities to be
OhiakuumnJua and Ohialchua, free from, rot and
hakes, and in everv respect good sound timber Si
zes of not les thnn six by eight inches, and if square,
of not less than eight by eight inches, and in lengths
of not less than twenty feet : Larger si.cs and greater
lengths are urefend'Ie. Contractor is to state in his
tender, the price per linear foot of each size and qunl
itv, also the time when a given quantity ran he deliy
efed. T .METCAF,F,
June 28, 1851-7-ot Sup't Bureau Public Imp's.
EPARTMENT of the Interior.
Bureau of In-
ernal Com.-.ierce. Licenses
expiring in July,
July 1. Retail Spirituous liquors : Joseph Booth.
If Macfariane." E Brown. V. Chanccrel. J. S.
Townsend, J. Dawson, Rohert Lawrence, Edward
C Ellis, II Zupplien. J. McDiili. J. Dasn, W.
Gill. J. Booth, E. Brown, W. Pearson, J. Robinson.
July 1, Retail Goods, Wares &c- Nicholson &
Henderson, L. L. Torbert, Oana, A. W. Parsons,
Bowlin &. Cartw right. G D. Oilman. R. W. Wood.
Jul)' 1, Hawk and Peddle : G. D. Gilman, Knaputi.
July 2, Retail Goods, Wares, &c. : D. N. Flitner,
W. H". Taylor & Co, R. G. D ivis, Aying, Tyhoun,
H. M. Whitney, Samsing & Co., Starkey, Janion
& Co., Agents H. B. Co.
July 2. Wholesale Goods. Wales. &c, Samsing &
Co, Starkey, Janion Co, Agents II. B. Co.
July 2. Wholesale Spirits: Agents H- B. Co.
July 2, otel and Bowling Alley, J. Booth.
2, Bow ling Alley, J. Dawson.
July 3, Hotel, V. Chancetel.
July 3, Retail Gods, Wares, &c : J. T. Cower.
July 5, Retail Goods, Wares &c : A. W. Parsons,
J. T Gower, Ayong, Aying, Lerang.
July 5, Victualling House : M J. Nowlien, II.
July 5, Hawk and Peddle, J Richardson, Kaleo
July 8, Retail Goods. Wares fcc : G. Wr. Hunter.
July II, Itetail Good. Wares &c : J. T. Gulick,
B. F. Bolles & Co, W Tyler.
July 11. Hawk and Peddle ; Kektiapaino, Kaehu.
July 2, Victualling House Kealoha.
July 13. Victualling House, W. Conies.
July 15, Hawk and Peddle : Kahunoku ; 16, Ka-
iheoui ; "20 ; Kekino, Kawatmakanui ; lb, J. lop-
liiT; 30, Kauhi."
July 17, Wholesale Spirits, Starkev, Janion & Co.
July 17, Hotel and Billiard Table': J. B irtlett.
July 16, Retail Goods, Wares &c : J. Cavanah,
18, Yetsing Alo ; 20, Monk d- 0en ; 22, Aleon &
Co ; 2. G. W. Napaepac ; 24, Macy $ Louzada,
Hopsing & Co ; 27, Porter & Ogden.
. W. GOODALE, Clerk.
Home Office, June 26, 1851-
JIXDOW GLASS an assortment of sizes for
sale by June2I,tf-6 ALDRICH & RUSS
"HRESH BUTTER of a superior quality constant
r y ou hand and for sale at the store of
; ' C. S BARTOW,
May 17.1-lf .- corner of Fort and Hotel st. '
TUST ARRIVED pr
Mary Catherine " and for
J sale by the undersigned:
Cases fancy rouslnis.
do jaconett muslins, artificial flowers, cart and
plough harness, " superior : pelhara bridles, riding
hips, spurs, etc, etc. HEAP GREEN W ELL CO.
June 27. 1851.-117 . .
. JAMES ALHOff,
At the office of Starkey, Janion 4r Co.tf-7.
rISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. The co-
I J Dartnershio heretofore existing under the firm of
Alttng & tieeren. nas by mutual consent ocen aissoiveu
this day. - U, Airing has been authorized to settle the
. . . - - m " . . a . i 1 1
business of the late firm. All -persons having de
mands against the firm, will present the same without
delay, and those indebted to the same will settle their
accounts as ouu ms poasioie. . . ' u--m- i u.
Honolulu, June 28, 1851 5t7 , - ED; HEEBEN.
tr3". The business existing before under the firm of
Attinr tieeren. wiu oe conunueo. atuie om nam
by7 ;. i v -v U- ALTING.
NOTICE. All persons having demands aeainst,
and all persons indebted to the late J. R. Jas
per, deceased, are requested to present the same
for settlement on or before the 23d day of Jury
next. W. C. PARKE, Public Administrator.
JUST: RECEIVED ex ship America and for sale
by James Wood at the, atone store behind the
French store. Chambasne in small bottles, claret.
Lafitte and St. Jnlien, syrups, brandied apricots and
cherries, prunes in jars and boxes, bonbons, olives,
capers and pickles, cigars, silver plated tea and cof-
tee services, arnnciai flowers, satin vest patterns,
roantelleltes 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, gill do do for 6
do, I four h heeled carriage, spirits turpentine.
Also in bond : -Cognac, rum, liqueurs as'd.
N B Entrance by the Urge gateway in Marine
street. May 17.1-tf
HOOT AND SHOE DEPOT. To the public, par
ticularly those troubled uith 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 ol boot or shoe that may be required by
persons with tender feet.
N B Leather and shoemaker's findings in all its
varicty.8ni50 THOMAS McGEE, Nuuanu st.
VTOT.'CE. R. E. Wukenian, Carpenter and Build-
er,. in Fort street, premises adjoining the French
Hotel, would most respectfully announce to the
public of Honolulu and ils vicinity that he is now
prepared to do any kind of woik in his line which
may be submitted to his care, with neatness and
despatch. Mr. Wakeman returns his thanks for for
mer support and hojes by his steady and honest
principles, to merit a share of public patronage.
On hand and for sale, i000 ft jood American pine
boards, planed on both side, 6000 cxlia pine clap
boards ready drosed, 12 M shingles, plank, &c.
N. B. Particular attention given to repairmg
and putting down pumps
Mav2S.3m-3 ROBERT E. WaKEMAN.
N hand and for sale by the undersigned :
80 w hole boxes superior raisins, 150 half bxs
do, 240 quarter bxs dou 300 drums figs, 10 cases
Confectionery, 40 cs prunes, 20 cs sardines, 20 kits
No I Mackerel, 20 kits tongu'-s and sounds, 20 kits
halibut fins, 40 kegs lard, 4 casks Martell's brandy,
100 bbls By ass Ale, 300 do Ten mi's ale, 800 bags
Manila sugar, 100 bxs China white sugar, 10 cases
loaf sugar, 5 bbls crushed sugar, 50 bags rice, 100
kegs white lead, 1 r 0 cans boiled linseed oil. 50 do
green paint, 50 do bl-; paint, 10 do copal varnish.
5 bbls bright varnish, HU0 papers lamp black, 50
bbls prime pork, 100 h!f bags flour.
June3.4-3t - SWAN & CLIFFORD.
ori7ilS.Vri.S. Jcwclrv. &c.
' I " II E undersigned begs to inform the inhabitants
X of Honolulu that he nas arrived in this city and
brought w ith him a collection of many fine Oi'
Paintings consisting of historical, landscape, moon
light, s a view?, and oilier subjects part his own
, -i. .. ..
composition ana part copies iroin it.c best old mas
ters painted from the originals in Europe; which
lie otters lu the lovers ot the tine Arts on very rea
sonable terms. Persons of taste wishing to ftirni-h
heir houses with elegant paintings, are respectfully
invited to call and examine them. Hours of Exhi
bition, from 9 to 12 in the morning, and fioui 6 to 6
in the afternoon. (Admission free.)
Also, nn assortment of the latest style of fash
ionable Jewelry, consisting of necklaces, earings,
gold chains, watch guards, lockets, rings, gold
and siher watches, silver enufl" boxes, etc. for sale
by . CaRL th. AVOKBERG,
King street opposite the Maine Hotel.
N. FLITNEK, Watch and Chronometer Ma
ker, keeps on hand and for sale gold and sil
ver watches, of" lever, lepine, anchor and horizon
tal escapements, from the most celebrated makers,
gold pens, from the best makers in gold and silver
cases, gold pens without holders, gold pins, con
sisting of diamonds, mosaic, cameo, lava, enam
clledand scarf; a'so gold and hair bracelets, gold
chains, ear rings, knobs and drops, silver thimbles,
silver fors. suspender buckles, napkin rings, &c.
spectacles, convex und colored classes, a variety of
fini-y ivory caid cases, a splendid sett of chessmen,
small and la roe size Chinese Puzzles, billiard balls,
backgammon boards, complete with dice,g-c. Two
first rate chronometers for sale. June 14.5-tf
JUST RECEIVED, and for sale bythe undersigned
the following assortment of merchandise, viz :
Dry Goods Fancy prints, two blue do, white
shirtings, brown cottons, chdinbrav!-, horse cloths,
fancv bonnet ribbon, as'd fringe, led padding, silk
hose, col'd drills, nelts, as'd lace, canvass No 1,3.
Earthenware. Soup and dinner plates, jugs
and basins, bow Is. dinner setts, chambers, etc.
Hardware. Mill saws, lath nails, composition
sheathing do, anchors and cables, tin plates,
fencing wire, iron hurdles, weeding ploughs, iron
safes, llron cart, h ind c irts
OaocETlirs, tTC, ETC. Loaf, Bengal crushed
sugar, pickles, sauces, pepper, cloves, chocolate,
liquorice, pearl barley, prepared barley in tins, nut
megs, herrings in tins, prep'd orange peel, jars tripe
kegs tongues, candles, blk and green tea, garden
seeds, coals, printing and wrap'g paper, heavy
boots, patent waier filters.
Liquors. Cases col'd brandy, hhds rum, cases
w hiskey, casks gin, cases champagne, do claret, do
port, do sherry, do madeira.. Octave's sherry. By
ass and Rarel"iy.& Perkins' bottled porter, Byass'
and Bryant tf Daxis' bottled ale.
5-tf STARKEY, JANION & CO.
IiIANO FORTES. Two superior ptano
I made bv one of the best makers in Europe, are
for sale by the undersigned. Also, a superior as't
of light clothing, 200 cases each 1 doz claret, tOO
cases each 1 doz brandy, 200 cases each 1 doz Ma
deira. 30 cases each I doz cordials, 40 doz Holland
gin, 300 Edam cheese. 100 Westphalia hams, 100
kegs superior butter, 10 cases cavendish tobacco,
100 doz eau de Cologne, 100 doz ass.d perfumery
50 boxes steanau candles, a large quantity of S. I.
syrup and molasses, &c., ice.
" Honolulu, June 14. tf-5 II. HACKFIELD
VIS CONSULAIRE. Messieurs, les Frangais,
rcsidants a Honolulu, qui pourront desirer se
f.iire Iminatricnlcr. voudront bien se presenter a Ia
Chancellerie du Consulat de France, siluee a Bcri
tani i Stieet, residence de Mons. Wirt, charge de la
gcstion des Affaires Consulates, ou ils pourront se
renilre chaque jours depuis 1-2 jusqu'a 2 1-2 heurcs
de l'ap:e midi.
L'Agent Consul. lire, de la Republique Francaise.
4t-6 P. A WIRT.
'HE undersigned having asked a dismission from
the service of the A. B C. F. M., take this
method to inform the public that they have formed
a co-partnership for conducting the mercantile busi
ness, under the style of Castle & Cook, and would
respectfully solicit a share of public patronage.
June 2. 1851.41-4 A.S.COOKE.-
Mechanic's Hoarding House, Nuaann St.
I 1 ECHANICS or other parties favoring the abive
l AJ house with tbeir support will find every atten
tion paid to their comfort by
W3i. jJUMrrtK&i "V
!r7 A dinner is provided at half past one, for
the accommodation of gentlemen engaged in the
mercantile business, to whom the hour gf, twelve
may be unsuitcd. . 5-tf
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues to repair Chronometers,
at the old stand ; accurate rates
determined by observations of the
sun and stars, with a tiansif instrument msde by
Roskell, Liverpool.. Particular attention given, to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and Quadrant Glasses
silvered and adjusted. 6-tf
FEATHER PILLOWS for sale by - 'i
tf3 4 . ALDRICH RUSS.
O sale by
Sugar ! ! Sugar ! i Koloa; Sugar for
' 39-tf ; II. IIACKFELD.
SUPERIOR HAMS, on hand and for sale by
aldr:';h & Rust.
tf-41v , vl- 1 Queea st.
JUST RECEIVED and for sale by B. F. Snow,
Cases straw hats, pantaloons, ox carts, hoise do
RICE. 60,000 lbs of Manilla -Rice in quant itiet
tasuit purchasersfor sale low by -
DecS.ff-30 CRABB fc SPALDING.
(tATTLE FOR SALE From fifty to one hun
;dred head Enquire of AUSTIN A BACLE
June 14 tf. ; - - , :
riTOCKnOLM TAR. Just received sod for sale
O by June 13 tf-$ AlDRICH t RDSS
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 spring end
hinges, books 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
frames. &c, &c, which will be sold on reasonable
terms fdr cash or approved paper by
April 1, 1851 50-tf BRANDON & WOOD.
S70ES. The subscribers ofler for sale at low
rates for cash or approved credit, an invoice of
shoes, consisting in part of 8 cases men's sewed
goat brojjans, 7 cases men's sewed calf do, 2 cases
i.eii'a peg'd calf brogans, 6 Cases womert's sewed
calf allocs for native wear, 3 cases men's enamelled
peg'd brouans, 2 cases men's enamelled peg'd Jer
sey ties. i cases men's enamelled sewed Jersey ties,
6 cases peg'd imitation sewed calf boots, 10 cases
Ladies' shoes of all varieties. April 19.49-tf
CRABB & SPALDING
IARDWARE. Just Received, and Tor sale bv
the Subscribers :
Superior Rim Locks, with mineral Knobs u
Furnit ure , citnplete ,
Cast Lift Butts, assorted sizes, Plane Irons,
Gate Hinges, a.-sorted sizes, Bench Planes,
Chisels, Gouges, Window Springs, Hammers,
Shingling Hatchets" Masons' Trowels,
Chest Locks, P.Iind Hangings and Fastenings. &.c
Feb. I, 1851. if BRANDON&WOOD.
RY GOODS for s:ile by the subscribers. 10 cs
blue drills, 10 do bleached do, 3 do beetled
shirting, 10 do blue sheeting, 15 do brc do, 10 do
bro drills, 5 do bro Osnaburgs, 10 do denims, 7 do
Long Cloth, 5 do fancy prints, 10 do Merrmiac 2
blue prints, 4 do orange stripe, 5 do pink prims, 2
do fancy checks, 3 do shitting stripe.
.l, . .... fj f.n.v T , I",
1'OR SALE by the undersigned: 1 patent windlass,
2 ships w heels, 1 long boat tons screwed hay
25 bales cord lines, 25 casks London draught ale,'
20 casks bottled ale and porter. 100 bags oats.
June 7th-4t-4 APX CAHuON d- Co.
(COOPERAGE J. A. Buidick having taken the
J stand formerly oc upied by C. II. Marshall,
first door above B. F. Snow, will continue to carry
on the cooper's bu.iness in all its branches at the
above mentioned pi. ice, where he hopes that those
of his friends who have hitherto afforded him a lib
eral patronage will not fail to give him a call.
N. B. 1 ,500 bbls water casks on hand and for sale
on liberal terms. 2-ly
'I'O BE SOLD The subscriber being desirous of
1 removing to another island, now o tiers for sale
now otlcrs lor sale I
his right and title to One Half of the house and
premises known'a the " TELEGRAPH", Tavern. !
The above is a well established house of entertain-
merit, and is most eligibly situated for business, in !
Nuuanu street, alongside the store of Messrs. Aus J
tin and Bade, comer of King and Nuuanu street i
To persons disposed to enter into the tavern and
spirit business in Honolulu, a more desirable op
portunity for a safe and highly remunative invest
ment f a small capital cannot present itself. There
is a good Ten Pin Alley, 6tore and cook house, to
gether with a constant supply of water on the pre
mises. I' he lease of the ground on which the aboie
house is situated, has got a.n unexpired term of
nearly eibt years to run, and on w hich there is
only a trifling rent to be paid annually. For terun
of sale and farther particulars, applv on the rre
mises, to JOHNSON FREEBORN,
June 21, 3t 6
UST RECEIVED, and for sale by the undersig- j
f I ned, 809 iron hurdles for fences, large r he 8 feet
long by 5 feet high.
June 21 6-'f STARKEY JANION &CO.
VLL persons indebted to the firm of Bush $-Co.,
are requested to make immediate pav merit,
and all persons having claims against said firm are
requested to present the same for pavment iuniieui-ately.3-tf
BUSH & CO.
COMMISSION1 ' MERCHANTS,
SANS0ME. NEAR CALIFORNIA ST.
v-6 San Francisco.
UST RECEIVED and for sale.
38 bales 5 4 sheetings. 15 cases heavy boots, JO
tierces hams, 100 bags w bite crushed sugar, 267 bgs
first aualitv r ce. 200 coils Manila rope. 6000 lbs.
coffee, 150 b igs oats, case? cheese, 20U0
apples, 50 kegs currants, 25 cases claret
cases water Crai kers, lot ot Am. brooms.
2 10 boxes soap.
3 5t COADY, CAIIOON & CO.
THE LADIES. Crabb & Spalding have just
received a sup lot oi L.auies snoes cuii9i9iin!
of kid r r ties, ladies' buskins, side tiped r r gaiters,
blue tiped do, green tiped do, col'd Ia9ing do, all
of which they offer for sale at very low prices.
1 OR SALE. Just received by B. F. Snow, an in-
JJ voice of silver ware consisting of
Large size forks, small do, table tpoon.
Soup ladles, salt spoons, suspender buckUs.
Machcros, toist stand, and 1 China touchstone,
complete. Jan. l:i.tf-35
1)AINT BRUSHES. Just received, an invoice of
Paint Brushes, consisting of extra paint brushes
assorted, varnish brushes, sash tools, as'd sizes,
extra and common white wash brushes, dust brush
es, putty knives. For sale by
April J.tl-47 ALDRICH & RUSS. .Queen st.
C1R0CKERY WARE. Just received, a desirable
assortment of crockery consisting of fine blue
tea setts, coffee cups, sugar bow Is, cream pitchers
mugs, nappies. Sc., for sale by
May31lf-3 ALDRICH j-RUSS.
tOPYING PRESS FOR SALE. p or sale a copy-
I . r .u. i . ;.t. .it tk
V J iri!J press u i me ir;ci. biav hh a i - - c
aVararus. of the latest style and a first rate article, beef of the best quahtv. It his numerou. fnende
Price S40. Apply at the Polynesian office. ff-l "d patrons choose to look bnn up in h.s new qu.r
LI v vv J i : Jters, he will endeavor to please iheir tastes to the .
TOST. The person who borrowed the u Poet and 'utmost of his ability. l-3m WM. MAXWELL." t ,
i l'trm nf Vnrntm " hv I .nnfl!loW. SOITIP months i , . j '" 1 " 8 J-s "
since, from Mrs. F. V- Thompson, will confer a favor
by retnrrung the same. . u
"F7"Al"AI BUTTER. The undersigned are now
receiving, and offer for sale. Fresh Butter
from Kauai, of superior quality.
March 7. 1851. 43, tf. SWAN & CLIFFORD
13LANES. Just received an assortment of planes
and plane irons, c s shingling and claw hatchets,
handled axes, coopers adzes, cs shovels and spades,
door locks and latches, mineral knobs. For sale by
ALDRICH & RUSS.
C1ANT0N Straw Matting just received and to
.sale by 45if ALDRICH RUSS. Queen at.
A IRS. E. KIDDER'S Cholera morbus,. dysentery
lij. ana diarrhoea cordial, for sale by
ALDRICH & RUSS, Queen st.
ClOALof superior quality for ante in lots to suit
purchasers, by the Agents of the Hudson's Bay
Company. " " - - Jan. a.ti-Jf
T70R SALE to arrive 4 cattle' sugar mills, hor-
H : .i f 1- 0-i 1 ; I . ,r, r .
STARKEY,. JANION CO.
X CARTS. Six Ox Carts for sale by:
'CABLES, and Can, and Wood Seat Chairs for
1- sale by 43tf ALDRICH t RUSS, Queen st.
GHINA'White Sugar in quantities tosuitVpur
" chaser, for sale be "--'" "
Marh 22 45.tf ALDRICH & RUSS. Queen st. r.
HORSE CARTS Twenty
plete. for salehy j45tfJ
Horse Carts,' om
A. P. EVERETT.
0 LET. Tbe upper story of the new building
on Kaahutnanu St.., Apply to - . '".
45tf 'r- " " - G W HUNTER .:
HAN D CARTS V Wheelbarrows, :Ox
Carts, Horse Caits and Plows, for sale by the
undersigned. (Sept. 23-iVJ?lil3
j;OR 'AtE RfeS; black and green tea of auper-
O H DOZEN Ale and Port-extra qialrtv, fo
0( JU sale by " ; CRABB & SVAhVltiG. ;
NOTICE. Proper application having been mide'"
to Wm. L. Lee, EsqV're, Chief Justice of the 1
Superior Court, by Keaehunaha!ar of Honolulu, "
for letters of administration to administer upon the . .
estate of Keohoaeae, of Honolulu, lately djing in
testate: Notice 'is hereby given to all persons '
whom it may concern, that Saturday, the 9th day '"
of August next, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, is
day and hour appointed for hearing said application
and all objections that may be offered thereto, at
the Court House in the town of Honolulu.
Clerk Sup. Court. .
Honolulu, 18th June, lS51.7-3t
N OTICE. Proper application having been made'
to Wm. L. Lee, Esquire, Chief Justice of the
Superior Court, by Kamoku. for probate of the will
of K. Pale, of Honolulu, lately t'et-eased : Notice
is hereby given to all persons whom it may concern
that Satuiday, the 9th dav of August" next, at nine
o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and hour appoint-,
ed for bearing proof of said w ill, and all objections
that may be ottered thereto, at the court bouse in
the town of Honolulu. HENRY RHODES. .
Clerk of Sup. Court.
Honolulu, 18th June. 1851 7 -St. -
j'OTICE. Proper application having been made
; to Wm. L. Lee, Esquire, Chief Justice of the Su- .
Iperior Court, bv Kanemakakini, of Honolulu, fi t tne
I appointment of an administrator nnon t?e etate vt
Kealiikuanea, alias Polly. late of Waikiki, 'deer used,
iuc.-tate : Notice is hereby given to all persons wl out
it may concern, that Saturday, the 9th day of Angit-4
i next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and hour
appointed for hearing said application, and all objec
tions that may be offered thereto, at the court house i
the town of llouolulu, aforesaid.
CItrk of the Sup. Court.
H u,,',,ih, June 26, 1851.7-3t
O l lCE. Pursuant to an order of William' L.
Lee, Chief Justice of the Super. or Court. No
tice is hereby given requiring all persons having
cltims against Samuel Kuluwailehua, late of Ho
nolulu de.ccaed to present the same with the vou
chers thereof to W. H. Rice Administrator of the
goods chattels and credits of the said deceased at.
Ins dwelling house at Punahou lit the district of
Waikiki; on or before the 7th day of July next. -W.
H. RICE, Administrator.
Dated June 3d, 1851. 4t-4
TOTICE. Proper application having been made
to vv illiam L.. I.ee t-sqr, iniei j net ice oi ine
Superior Court, by Waiaha of Honolulu for probate
of the will ot Kumulehua, late of Honolulu de
creased ; Xoiice is hereby given to all persons whom
it may concern mat siuruav me inn, cay oi amy
next at 10 o'clock in the fo:enoon, is a day and
hour appointed for hearing proof of said will, and
all objections that may be offered thereto, at the
Court House in the City of Honolulu.
Honolulu June 121851-31-5 Cl'k Su Court
NOTICE. proper application having been made
to William L. Lee. require. Chief Justice of the
Superior Court, by Fredrick G. Low Jr. for letters
of administration upon the Esta'e of Captain
Charles Davis I te of Gloucester Mass ichusettf,
recently deceased at Honolulu: Notice is hereby
given to all persons whom it may concern that
Saturday the 12th day of Julv next ,al nine o'clock
in the forenoon is a day and hour appoioted for
hearing said application and all objections that
may be offered thereto at the Court House in the
City of Honolulu.
Honolulu, J tme 11, 1651.41-5 Cl'k Sup. Court.
"VOTICE. Proper application having been made "
11 to William L Lee. Esquire Chief Justice of
the Superior Court by Kapea and Kalunahula, for '
Probate of the will of, and appointment of admin .
strators upon the estate of Namoroku late of Ewe
Island of Oahu, deceased; Notice is hereby giveo
i to all persons whom it may concern that Saturday
the 12th day of July next at nine o clock in tne
forenoon, is a day and hour appointed for hearing
proof of said will and said application for the ap
pointment of Administrators, & all objections that
may be offerc4 thereto, at the Court House in tbe
City of llouolulu aforesaid
Honolulu, June 7, 185l.3t-5 Cl'k Sup.Court
OTICE. Proper application hsving been made
WILLIAN L. LEE Esqr. Chief Justice ot
I he Superior Court, by Lew is llaalelea for probate
of the will ofM. Kekauonolii, late of Honolulu de
ceased; Notice is hereby given to all personswhom
it may concern that Saturday, the 9th day of August
next, "at nine o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and
hour appointed for hearing proof ol said will, and
all objections that may be offered thereto, at the
I Court House in the Ciiy of Honolulu.
Clert of Sup. Court,
Honolulu, June 21 lS51-tf-5 -
UST RECEIVED by the Loo Choo, and for sale
.1 bv the undersigned, cases Merrimack prints.
coses fancy prints, white flannel, white checked
' muslins. Sw iss spot muslins, umbrellas, fringed par
asols, scoloped do. bordered satin do, gingham do,
men's palm leaf hats, boys do, R R sewed pumps,,
velvet pumps, women's kid shoes, saddles, bridles,
headstalls, white jac hdkfs, ladies' emb hdkfi, ail'
cravats, do gloves, ladies' blk elastic boss. -
Goods Expected peh Colchis. i.ases shut-,
ings, blue drills, blea sheetings, priuled lawps
stout brogans, Indies Jenny JUind boots, ladies en
ameled do. ladies polka do, foxed lasting buskins.'
cases saddles, bridles, blankets, Gould's cough syr
up, &c. tf-4S . IU. H. GULICK.,
ri'O THE PUBLIC OF HONOLULU. William -X
Maxwell, better known ss Tim of the Commer-
cial. begs respectfully' to inform 'the citizens and.
i.t... i.iminiiiilttt ' Ih.l ttm tll, ffjKHIl TalI
" ""' - - -- - - - -
n the Diiblic market where l.e mlenus to sell fresls
Carpenter nnd . Builders,
1ESPECTFULLY inform the inhabitants of Ho: .
i nnlulti that 'they have commenced business in; ..
the above line and are now prepared t erect build--,
ings and undertake say other worle, submitted to
t heir care. They pledge themselves to execute alt .
orders upon the lo vest possible teirus, andfroni
their long practical experience, added to puDttnaliiy .
and despatch, thev trust to meet with that snare of
public support which it will always be their endeav
or to merit.. W orkshop corner" of Mauna Kea and -
Ueretania sts. adjoining the premises of ,Rv. JM.--r
Smith.46-3m V ;-i - - ' . '.' .
DRY GOODS. The. subscribers offer for saV . J
very low to close consignmeatsC th follow in t . -
assortment bf dry goods, all of the very best quaP j
itv : 10 cases Merrimae 2 blue prfnts, smaW figure ' . '
3 "cases fancy calicoes, 10 cases heavy, blue drilU, . &
20 cases heavy bleached shirting 36" inches, 3 eae
butted shirting, 5 cases heavy, shirting stripes..! , .
bales brown drills, 20 do bro sheetings' 3ft inihes.-
10 bales Ospahitrg. 10 esses denin!7 cises iootfr- .
cloths, and a Jarge assortment j-of jashionb. clo
thing of every variety. ' ' .' "" " V- r
May 15 l-tf-is ; CRABB''" SPALDINGu t fc
- - . " ' " - - ;" - r .
. . - - - 1 -".
1)ARLOR MIRRORS. The subscribers havetbiev i ,
"day received an invoice of elegant ptaie g"a .
parlor niirrnrs 20 inches by S8. ift rich fitt carved
frames. For sale by-50:tfnMIT"CHE4.L &CO. :
GOOPERAGE.- C H. Marshfo?uh
stand on the loritercf Frt snd Hotel. SI reCTs
neatlv opposite Lis old stand; would respect tally 10
form the piibnc'lhat he is now prepared to execute
any orders in the cooperage line, - a! the shotlest
notice- and on the" most reasonable ' terms. Tubs,
hower baths, and work of eerj escr'p"H aoe
'VO Cspuina of vessels and olbers. Te under
L ' signed is prepared to .' supply any quantity of
leather "ot ship pump purpose. ,
; April 28, SO-am"" . ihumas wcum,
, . Boot aad Shoo Store, Nuuana st
,f SSORTED BRITISH GOODS The kark 'Ty
A Tiln sailed froiri 'London abu the oaiddle of
l-zjiry with a choice assortment; of British Goid-,
eat "!y selected for this market by JoM'Rebeoit
T who i expected aoottto arrive, by way of
Faaecti. -.' '-, - ' MT W. tM "