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Thb following is a translation of the Order to
tbe Custom House of Valparaiso,, exempt
lag Hawaiian Vessels from Differential Du
" CCSTOM HOCSE.
Tbe Intendente, under date of yesterday,
fays to me, as follows : '
foil are to ad rise tbe Collector of that Cus-
4 t0iu House, that tbe Differenliftl Duties, estab-
jighed by the Device of the 1 2th of Novemlier
agt are not to be levied on the Vessels of the
Sandwich Islands, nor upon tbe Merchandize
t which may be imported in them, in our.Ports;
anI if nJ should have arrived since tbe
lt of January last, the said Duties are to be
returned, or til Bonds, (Pa-ares) granted for
tbftn, cancelled. ' , -
Gol preserve you, (Vuestra Senoria) ;
(Signed) "GERONIMO URMANETA."
1 e0jy it for your fulfilment." -j 1
God preserve you. i
(Signed) " JUAN RAMON PRIETO.
Valparaiso, a3tb March, 1851."
" ' j? AN ORDINANCE, " '
tt',2ing certain privileges to William A.
fHovard end others in relation to inter-island
At. I. The exrujive"privilee is prni.ted to
Mr. William A. Howard, or his leral represen
tatives, for the establishment of Steam naviga
tion between die several twirls and Islands of the
Hawaiian Kingdom, for the term of five year,
" with the exemptions and privilege granted, or
thai hence-forward may be granted, to national
merchant vessels. "
AT. 2. In order to secure this privilege, the
;nndertakig must !e commenced, by the running
of t least one steamer within the term of nine
ty days.wh'ch shall begin and be computed from
first ilayof September one thousand eight hun
dred and fifiy one,
AaT..S." The paid Howard or his represen
tatives shall establish a second steamer on or
Itefore the first day of September one thousand i
iht hundred and fifiy-three, unless he or they i
m the satisfaction of the Kin and Privy j
Council, that the requirements of tbe trade, arej
not such as to warrant it.
Abt. 4. If within tha term of ninety days
named in the second Article, tbe loss of the first
steamer tie satisfactorily proved to the Kin? ami
Privy Council, then a further term shall be
p-auted for commencing the undertaking, not
exceeding, however six months. - -.
- Art. 5. If at any time lifter the commence
ment of the running of the first steamer, the un-
oertaking is abandoned, by the withdrawal of
the steamer, or otherwise, this privilege shall be
forfeited and cease.
: Ast. 6. The privelege shall commence from
the day of the arrival of the first 6teamer at any
: of the ports of this Kingdom. ' - -
Ast. 7. The vessels f this enterprise shall
" be under the Hawaiian flag, and when duly re
gistered as Hawaiian vessels, shall enjoy all the
, privileges belonging to, and lie subject to all the
Jaws affecting, coasting vessels of this kingdom.
Akt. 8. All coal or other material for the
. production of steam, and nil machinery, ne
cessary for the use of any cf !he Steamers,
shall lie imported free of duty: and tnc vessels J
ia which st.;I coal or other material, or tnarlii
Verj, is imported, shall be free from tonnage
lues, provided, they do not land or take on
board any other article of traffic or commerce,
or any passengers. '
' Art. 9. The vessels of this enterprise shall
hare tbe privilege of lauding passengers and
.freight at any of the Government w harves, free
of charge, subject bowevec, to the regulations of
the wharfinger; and provided also, that such
wharves are nt at the time engaged or occupied
by other vessels.
' Art. 10. The vessels of this enterprise shall
carry the public mails between all the ports or
jdacea they may visit, free of charge.
Passed in Privy Council on this the 25th, day
of July, 1851.
(Sign.) Keoxi Ah.
J agree to the preceding Articles; and in testi
mony of my conformity -thereto, I sign this in
Honolulu, this 25th July, 1851.
WILLIAM .A. HOWAKU.
iFFOISIED XT THE M1RSR1L.
Francis Funk, Esquire, to be Sheriff of Ha
waii, in place of John Pelham.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jul j 2 v Fr bk Conrirr. Uirun, Batavia. -S3
Br tk Lima. Yule, 8ydnc.
1 St. Am wh bk Janiri, Crowell, Went port, Mau,
. . Shipping in Port.
Br. icH William and James, Gray.- '
Haw bi Wilhelinine, Mnlieuo.
" . H. B. M' be Hwift. AMbare.
' An i-bpCwra. lVeniina.
, Ata n-b ( l. J'tintn( Cathcart. .
Hr l( DrburdB, Chi. Ik.
' Br achr AdVt-ainre, Baker. "
Abk Mary Wilder, CteavelamL
Kr bk TbeiM, Ca. - -
Ana ahp Mary Aileliiie.-M'LelUa.
Brea cb ilarwana "Louis. Ilaeoloop.
Hrfek Mahnmnied Shah. McMeiken.
ilaw sea N'ahienaena, BrickwooJ, 6 (ana. ;
liaai abip Malriaa, Both, .
Am ship Cntcliiit. Skillincs,
" Am acta Mnuoeriln- Rogera.
Am bark Wm H Sliailer. Gorham.
, Am brig Gea Worth. -"
Br bg -rair, Neal.
Haw bk Dcm Q'jiiote, Writ. "
LICENSES lor the Island of Maui may be ob
tained through A. W. Parsons, Esq., of Lahai
na, and for the Island. of Kauai, through T. H.
M are hall, Ee. cf Nawi'iw ili.
- Ua Okiia e ke Kiaaina o Oahu. Kalau laua
Aluaikhiki. Nawai laua me Kanapaanui. nu
wae laua me Weiaea. Kauhola laua ine Moi. Ka
,hkaiul laua me Kapaole. Aug. 212
T is the intention of the nndersigned to leave the
Kingdom - , E M. ray.
Jas. L. Alexander. Wm. alley. " .
Edr. Carrigan. Thos. Murray.
J.W. Stole. 'I
CHARTS FOR SALE. A sett Charts, comprising:
East and West Coast of South America .
Sonth Atlantic Ocean
North and Sooth Pacific Ocean
Coast of California and Sandm-ich Islands ;
' , - " - ' Together with ' .- -L.
A superior Quadrant and spy-glass for sale by
- r ' ALDRICH RUSS.
Honolulu, Aognst 12. 1851. - - 12-tf
A CARD. To the Officers and Crews of H.B.M.
ships Portland and Swift. I beg leave to tender
tbe thanks of the community of Honolulu , for most
efficient aid rendered at the fire, last evening; and
take leave to add, that their disciplined and well di
rected efforts prevented tbe communicating of the
flames to the adjoining premises of Mr. Flimer and
others. ; , ALEX. J. CARTW RIGHT, Jr.
Honolulu, July 31, 1851. . , t -u - Cbf, Kngineer.
T0TICE TO . THE PCBLIC The . following
r"tlemen, wit the approval of his Excel
tncj M Kekuaaaoa. have been appointed by roe
to the offiee of Fite Wardens for the City of Hono
lulu : ..-..- --
CapL Beni. F.Snow. : Capt. John Meek
3A. P. Esviett, E;. ;-.R. A. 8, Wood, Esq.
And ail oeraoM mm facrabw called npon to pay do
speet to their aiders while in the performance of
ie of their 5ft.
. , -v i .pt . j f. 7ria:iT. Jr." !k j r.:.tatioa olaessrs.
THE POL YNESIATjj
NOTICE to whom it may concern is hereby given,
' that S. HofTmever. Esa.. Collect
at Lahaina, Island of Maui, has. ia his possession one
demi-john of brandy, which was seized on the nieht
w mc muu luouiulf ,ur violation ot tne tfevenue
Laws. Any person having claims upon the above
demi-john of brandy, ia herebv reanested to mV th
same known to the said Collector, or to tbe under
signed, within thirty-one days from the publication
hereof; otherwise, it will be sold at public auction,
w4 luc ucucui oi wnom it may concern".
CRdS. r! BXSHOP
Honolulu, July 28, 1850. .
NOTICE The annual address before the Jioyal
muimmi owicij win oc delivered
on MVISIJA x EVENING, August 11th, br Hon.
Lather beverance. in the ChaneL n.
respectfully invited to attend. Exercises commence
at 7 o'clock.
lOOPEJIS'TOOL S.-A few complete sets of
a qois jost received, and for sale hr
ALDHICII & BUS'S.
nOTERNMENT HORSES. There will h .
VJ sale of horses of vanous kinds pn tbe Island of
uai, snout the middle or Auust. Terms cash.
Aotices of the time and place of sale will be circu
lated throughout the islandt 12
IFTY bbls of Blake'
Paint, 50 bbls Pitch. 50 do Rosin T.,.t ,
and for sale cheap by tf-ll F. R. VIDA.
DEPARTMENT of the Interior. Bureau of In
ternal Commerce. Licenses exuirinr ;n A....t
I a - "c
Mitchell & Hutchins, wholesale goods etc.
I.- . Anthon, "
Mitchell & Hutchins, retail goods, etc."
Keoni Ko $ Co, '
L. L. Torbert.
" 18.' C. Titcomb,
" 22. Apana.
14 23. H. N. Greenwell, .
" 28. Kautnni,
" 30. t Auslin j- Bade,
13. S. Gorman, victualling house.
" 23. W. Piper,
26. Jones & Dutcher,
14. E. Brownrllotel.
" 14. Mahu, peddle. -"15.
" 28. Kauhiwi, '
' 30. Pikao, " ;
" 15. E. H. Rogers, publisher's.
W. GOODALE, Clerk.
Home Office, July 30, 1851. .
CARD. The thanks of the undersigned are
gratefully tendered to the Honolulu Fire De
partment, the officers and men of II. B. M vessels
Portland and Swift, the Chinese Engine Company,
and to all other kind friends for their successful ef
forts in arresting the progress of the fire on Wed
nesday night. D. N. FLITNER.
. . T. C. B.ROOKE.
VICTOR CHANCEREL & MEDAILLE.
, July. 3 1, 1851.
LIST of Jurors for the September ' term of the
Circuit Court, A. D-, 1851, to be holden at Hi
lo, Island of Hawaii. .
E Kalawahine ' Puniawa
Ua ' . Hairama.
Keawe . Maiau
Kainea . Namahoa
Laanui Kumu. Kea
A polo Keopohaku
' Kaea C?Unui
Puamana B Pitman
Paulo - Kanaina
Peleula . Ciho
Puni Kane Ehu.
Clerk Sup. Court,
Honolulu, July 28. 1851.11-12
GLA RET in 30 pallon casks, a first rate article.
- Apply to tf-12 WIRT, FRANCONI & CO.
URIGI1T & SMITH,
' Lock and Gunsmith.
UNION STREET, HONOLULU H. I.
Locks for iron safes made and repaired. 3m-l 2
'rff?r T I O N. HavinjT com
.rasgg pjeted a material redue
lion on freight and insurance to the Atlantic cities,
(the benefit of which is now offered to our numer
ous and indulgent patrons ) and in view of a con
tinuance, of the unparalleled yet steady growth
which has marked the history jof this enterprise
from its commencement, and in ' furtherance of
which we hare leased the property corner to our
present office, known as the former banking house
of Messrs. Bolton & Barron, which has the tho
roughly tested fire-proof Treasure Vault and base
ment for storage, in addition to its being entirely
surrounded by other fire-proof buildings, giving, if
possible, additional and increased security. Onlv
by means of the very, liberal and steady support
extended, the undersigned has foundeJ and estab
lished, in two years, an Kxpress enterprise which,
for speed and safe'y perhaps, - (and certainly for
extent) has no equal.
Treasure, packages ant: letters forwarded to all
parts of the United States, Europe, South America
JOS. "W. GREGORY, Proprietor,.
San Francisco. '
R. G. Willhms, Monterey.
Ran Runnels & Co., Panama.
E. B. Higgins, New Orleans.
Thompson &. Hitchcock, New York.
Kinsley & Co., Boston.
Jas". M. Hart, Liverpool, Eng.
Lyall & Co., Hong Kong.
Mitchell &. Co., Honolulu, U. I.
July 1910 tf -
T'T ARDWARE forsale.by the undersigned i Pit
jX saws, cross cut saws, hand do, brassback saws,
b'ued saws, Acy hole do, planter's hoes, grass scythes,
sevthe snaths, mnnure forks,- hay do, garden rakes,
ninifrtrm and counter scales." cane knives, saa irons
oor.p mills, smooth Planes, jac do, fore do, bead do,
sash'do, match do, plow do, rabbet do, Hollows ana
rounds, canes, fillister stops, Grecian ovolos, dudos,
nlnt hammers, c s hammers, pump hammers, screw
drivers, corkscrews, hooks and staple, wood screws,
hrac tt-rew. caulker's mallets.' tinman's solder, mat.
lin SDii-cs, rawhides, pincers, sail twine, bed cords,
Wn m line, hand line, clothes do, sheaths and belts,
oakumtarred sheathing paper, firmer chisels, framing
chisels, sickles, tirass tmtis, n nmges, taper uiw.
bastard files, half round do, pit saw tiles, tnree square
do. flat rasps, half round do, saw pads, augers, painted
mntur nnmn tupkt. iron dudid tacks: ronnd
point shovels, square do do, long handled do do,
wrought nails, cut do, wrought spikes, blind fasts and
hihges, handled axes, broad hatchets, axe - do, shing
ling hatchets, claw do. globe lanterns, barrel do, arm
ring do, steel crowbars, welded thimbles, window glass
8x1010x12, 10x14, 11x14,12x18, iron and brass wire,
rim locks with mineral knobs, do with brass knobs,
do with brass case, closet locks, cupboard do, chest do,
bras chest do. iron pad do,1brasspad do, padlock
clasps and staples, sail needles, .marline do, headrope
do, ioltrope do. window springs, hitts and braces, ta-
We spoons, tea ao, steei squares, u
kettles as d iron, pots and covers, girablets, mmcinj
knives, boxwood roles, scissors, butcher ; knives,
pocket do, table knives, forks andcarvert. sUrrnps,
stirrup leather, girths, suspender buttons, s-rt ao,
bake pans, toilet glasses, cook stoves, e -
coarse and fine combs, iron rivets, etc, etc, ;'.'
July 26, 1851.1 1-tf : 8 WAN & CLIFFORD, ;
SUPERIOR HAMS, on'ht- - i for sale by ", -
' , ALt-lCII&RUSS-;
tf-41 v ' t QbhsU.;
QUGAR f Suffer U So;ar I! I - folo- ur 4r
BILLS CFADINO for tele ft the
!l ! Sugar 1 TwOO lbs. 8. L eugar from- the
A P. EveRETT;
. iLsAiiVitiTlSliBS war .e tts by handing
m inetr tarors Oeora 12 o'clx": ' i Friday. , -r.
A UU11UI4 18, will be sold at public
i a auciion. r jess aisposea oi Previous bv nrivatn
sale, the fast i-iling, teak buiU . schooner PRIVA-
'4TEf:R'fn tias'burthen, at present in the coasting
MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of an execution
issued by the Superior Court of the Hawaiian
Islands, upon a judgment against Geor?e Gihnore
and F. R. Vida.delendants in eiecution, in favor of
JJenrj Macfarlane, plaintiff in execution, for one
thousand and sixty two dollars and thirty cVnts, I
have'levied opon.and shall expose for sale to the
highest bidder, on Saturday, the 2d day of Aueust
at 19 o'clock A. M., in llonolulu,' the following
property, viz : the good schooner " Snake,", as she
now lies in the harbor of Honolulu, together with
all her tackle, unless the said 'judgment, interest,
costs of suit, and my fees and commissions be pre
viously satisfied W. C. PARKE,
July 2, lS51.8-4t Marshal of the Haw'n Is.
For Columbia River.
The fast sailing American schooner JOflN
ALLYNE, will leave Lahaina on the 9th of August
next, and Honolulu on the 11th. For passaze onlv
having superior accommodations, please apply to
cuaux, cahuuin fii CO.. Honolulu,
or BUSH & CO , Lahaina.
-I, a,a, AaUlVU .kU4lVJ. lyillCiVA. llie A 1
FOR Tinxrn irnvn nrornT ti. a
British bark "Thetis." John Cass. Com..
4b0 tons reeisicri will sail in a few davs. and has
good poop accommodations. This desirable ves
sel affords an opportunity to Planters and others.
who may be in want of Coolies, for the conveyance
of w hom to these islands, liberal en"a?emenii uill
be entered into by the undersigned.
STARKEY, JANION & CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The clipper
schooner "Empire," will leave for the
above port on or about the 1st August. For freight,
cabin and steerage passage, having excellent ac-
commoutuion?, apply to
July 19 10 3t PORTER & OGf EN.
FOR SALE The Hawaiian schooner
Post Bay 44 tons burthen is onlv two vears
old and has been recently coppered. For particu
lars apply to June 21 tl-6 F. R. VIDA
j?f$V FOR SALE. The fast sailing Hawaiian
schooner Kauikeaouli (late the Amelia) 87
tons burthen coppered and copper fastened built at
ngapore, and is well found in every respect 2000
hat ing been lately laid out on her in repairs. For
particulars apply to " F. R. VIDA
Honolulu June 12 1351 tf-5
ifjjt - For Freight or Charter.
"The A, 1, American brig " Gen. Worth,"
Captain Graves, 200 tons, 4 years old, in order for
any voyage. Apply to 3-tf A. P. EVERETT.
For Sale, Freight or Chatter.
The A, I, American clipper bark W. .
nailer," 5 years old, 243 tons, well found and can
be sent to sea immediately. Applv to
May31.tf-3 ' " A.P.EVERETT.
ANTED. Bills of Exchange on England and
Europe, for which the highest Drue will he
paid by the undersigned 5t-ll U. ALTING.
7 ANTED A Journeyman Boot and Shoe ma
W kcr. Apply at the Brick Store of
11-tf J. II. WOOD.
IVANTED. The undersigned will give
the highest maiket price fir British com or
Gold Dust. STARKEY, JANION & CO.
Aug. 30-lCtf . .
7 ANTED. A wheelwright, to whom the best
of wages and constant employment will be
given. Enquire of 41-tf Av P. EVEHETT.
ANTED by the undersigned. - a young man of
stead v haliits as groom. He must thoroughly
understand his business, and he capable of ialingsolc
charge of my stables. To such a person liberal wages
and cvciy encouragement will hpgiven, on implication
at Rowc's Olvmpic Circus. JOSEPH A. ROWE.
Vflff SAt P V.i rn f
tract, a most powerful Grey ffyA
v-iJari uvKB anu rjainess, wiiii
. j . TT I IT
- .1 it .:.i. ' '
Dray, etc, all complete. The saiJ horse is about
eight years old, a good plow horse, and warranted
sound and quiet, tbe strongest and best dray horse
ever imported in this kingdom. The dray has been
in work since February last, and is one of the best
and srongesttin this town. The only reason the
undersigned is desirous of disposing of, this valua
ble and ready money property ia on account of his
health, and desirous of leaving this kingdom in a
short time. Suffice it to say that the above prop
erty is a -real fortune to-any industrious person and
warranted to realize its value in a very short time.
The horse and dray can beeen at any time at
work on the wharf, and any information An be as
certained by applying to the undersigned.
3t-ll C. MOUNCEY.
HEAP, GREENWELL CO, beg to offer for sale
the following goods just received per Edgar,"
consisting of .
Dkt Goods, viz : A choice assortment of fancy
col'd and plain white muslins, balzorine dresses.
Swiss checks, silk scarfs, fig'd thrcJd net, gauze rib
bons, musKn mils, saxony jackets, silk and cambric
hdkfs, brussels net, white veils, cotton hose, scarlet
and blue, serge shirts, gurnsey do, fine cashmarctt,
funcy. doe, striped jean, and plaid trowsers, waistcoats,
horse cloths, &c j
Crockries &c, viz: Sugar, sperm candles, bot
tled fruits, Allen's crown soap, etc.
An assortment of stationery. . I
Saddlert, viz : Cart and plow harness, saddles, j
bridles, martingales, girths, stirrup leathers, whips, j
spurs, etc. "
Shortly expected per "Orjon," a large assortment
of prints and fancy col'd and plain white muslins,
fine Whitney blankets, baizes, shirtings, a great vane-'
ty of col'd cambrics, bine dcni&s, flannels, turkey red,!
fancy millinery, etc ' - ' ' J uly 26.tf-l 1 . .
SODA WATER The undersigned have this day;
entered into co-partnership for the manufacture of
soda, setters and mineral waters, under the firm of
Ed. Hceren & Co., and hereby , respectfully solicit the
patronage of their friends and the feuUic in general.
. ( , . . . : . ED. HEEREN,.
7Tuly 26, 185l.tf-ll " v WM. ANDERSON.
1 1 . 1
CHARLES BURGESS gives not to the resi
dents of Honolulu that he ' ale to supply
them with all kinds of jewelry, vb, wedding rings,
Keeper's stone set; plain and chased scale rings,
ear hoops, shirt studs, wrist buttons, gold vest but
tons, etc, etc'etc.v Jewelry repaired. 0d. .fold,
silver; and California oin bought. ; : V,,'-.'!.
. A few tery handsome cornelian' stone, on
hand. ' ' CHAS. BtfRGESS.' Jeweler . -ll-6m
Kljet., oppoeile the I Iain e Hotel .
. . , " - ' ' t ' "
C MAUFACTUR1 KCe
I H O ITSIt Tt- Host or '-'
lately from Li& Ir r it
j Pi t n-
t a advantee by c .
j UtTt9iTi4Itri4 tarrel.'Eo-
tr.il CALL & CIHOND.
ffK) Lto.--e CJMUmj beuee'oa Fort t, oppo-
I site l .4 Catholic Church, later occupied by
July tJ H-tf V HENRY A. PATTERSON.
TRISH POTATOES Families, hotels and ship-
iTx supplied with potatoes at the lowest market
rates t) . - tf-7. . AXtXr.i,a ot ntoo-
I - ' , ..
TURDAYi AUGUST 2e i851;
GFFEfS POT. SALE CARGO ex ship Colchis
J. Sill lings, master,' from Boston, consisting
in part as follows, viz. s , , ; . r - "
JJar Goods. Cases fancy prints, lawns, sheetings-,
shirting, cottons, bales denims, brown drills,
Nantncf et stripes, cases bleached shirtinss. bales
striped jeans, cases blue drills, na-leen gambroons,
bales German broad cloth, cases Mexican mixture
caspians," Verona twills, Kremlins, Rob Roys cot
ton tweeds, bales tweed Osnaburjrs, cases 'long
cloths,'' calendered " sheetings, Hamilton ticl-s,
checked cambrics, plain Turkey red cambrics, Saga
more spool cotton, blaci and colored ribbons, white
stay tape, white linen pants, fancy drills ditto,
London gambroon di lo, American Union ditto,
bos ditto, white linen jacZets, gambroon" sacls.
dressing gowns, croton saci-s, light cloth sac,
linen sacis, enninet ditto, light vests, gla7ed sili
Caps, blue cloth ditto, blaci ditto ditto, Mexican
wool hats, drab, blaciy brown and green ditto, fine
blaci molesiin hats, drab beaver ditto, led twill
flannel shirts, blue and black striped ditto, whale
striped shirts, red flannel drawers, kersey ditto,
Hamilton shirts, denim frocks, ditto trousers,
Guernsey frocks, merino drawers and shirts, fancy
cotton pants, monkey jackets, Scotch caps, India
rubber braces, black silk umbrellas, green ditto
ditto, satin parasols, white shirts linen bosoms,
black cotton umbrellas, blue ditto ditto,-Flushing
pants, bolts cotton duck, aest numbers.
Cordage. Coils shroud from lirich to 6 inches,
ditto yarn from 9 to 15, ditto spun yarn, ditto lan
yard, ditto towline, ditto Manilla rope, seizing rope,
Sheathing Copper, &c Cases sheathing
copper, 16 and 20 ounces, yellow sheathing metal'.
16 and 26 ounces, comp'n nails and spikes.
Paints. Paint Srcrrs, tc. of aH descrip
tions. Boots, Shoes, and Leather. Sewed calf
strap shoes, men's bufT boots, , women's walking
shoes, men's brogans. ditto kip ditto, ditto Oxford
tips, ladies gaiter boots, ditto black and red bus
kins, ditto ditto ditto excelsiors, ditto Morocco
Jenny Lind ties, ditto enamelled d:tto ditto boots.
Moroeco shoes, native pattern, men's, rubber reef
ing jackets, ditto ditto foot balls, sides ricin"
Groceries, Provisions, &c Bbls Ilaxall
flour, bbls rice, half-boxesloaf sugar, bbls crushed
sugar, bbls prime port, half-bbls mess port, quart,
bbls clar port, bbls mess beef, ditto navy mess
beef, ditto hams, haif-lbts tongues, ditto snioAed
beef, .egs lard, cases refined lard, kegs butter, half
bbls dried apples, boxes Shelton cheese, half bbls
and tierces English dairy cheese, half-bbls beans,
ditto split peas. Aits and half-Ails macA-erel, half
bbls tongues and sounds, boxes codfish, ditto her
rings, half-bbls cranberries, cases chocolate, ditto
cocoa paste, water and butler craciers. Graham
and wine tracers, picnic erasers, cases piciles,
ditto red'eabbage, assorted preserves, cases .pre
served meat, bags pepper, boxes ground rice, ditto
farina, ditto sago, ditto maccaroni, bags Mocba
coffee, half-thesis Pouchong tea, bbls yeast powder,
casks Scotch, ale, pints and quarts, boxes olive oil,
cass currants, bas'.ets champngne, tobacco, Span
ish cigars, boxes short sixes, bbls long nines, casks
London porter, ditto matches, bbls vinegar, ditto
cordials, cider, salt, mustard, navy bread.
General Assortment or CaocxERY.lND
Hardware. Carpenters tool chests contain
ing a complete assortment of carpenters' tools,'
iron stocked anchors, bars and bundles round re
fined iron, ditto flat ditto, ditto square ditto, bun
dles sheet iron, ditto boiler ditto, ditto hoop ditto,
bundles Norway nail rods, copper tacks, cast steel
hoes, sets tinman's tools, ditto machines, planes
of all kind, casks wrought nails, sets blind hinges
and fasts, platform counter scales, globe lant horns,
coffee mills, grass scythes, scythe snaths, -manure
forks, garden rakes, hay forks.-shingling hatchets,
claw hatchets, cast steel cane knives, pit saws and
irons, round point shovels, long handled ditto,!
square point ditto, steel ciow bars, wrought spikes, I
cut riails, window glass, welded thimbles, iron
wire, brass wire, rim locks -and latches, covered
locks, chest locks, padlocks, corkscrews, hooks
and staples, hammers, sail necdb.s, caulkers'
mallets, tinman's' sofder,'" brass "screws, marlin
spikes, raw hides, window springs, screw drivers,
table spoous, compasses, pincers, broad hatchets,
axe ditto, hand axes, barrel lanthorns, sail twine,
brass kettles, sheaths and belts, gimblets chisels,
buteher knives, brass butts, pocket knives, files of
all kinds, buttons, saws of all kinds, tabic knives
and forks, Manila bed cords, stirrup le ither, girths
and stirrups, bake pans, toilet glasses, sad irons,
pit saws, cook stoves and fixtures, pick axei,
clothes lines, tarred paper, pots, iron rivets.
Tinware. Oil Cannittcrs, camp kettles, sailors'
pots and pans,' coffee pots, bakers pans, cake
boxes, was.li bowls, tureens, nurse lamps, forecastle
lamps, measures, lamp feeders, grateis, dut pans,
Britannia lamps, cupsidors, dippers, skimmers,
pepper boxes, spice bq.xcs, flour boxes, covered
pails, Biitannia tea pots, miU- quarts, tunnels,
straining pails, candle moulds, old maids, 'scoops,
shaving cups, toast pans, co lenders. f
Stationery. Drawing paper, letter ditto, bill
ditto, copying bools, scaling wax.'w afers, enve
lopes, steel pens, while India rubber, blaci and red
ini, memoranda boots, balls of twino, blanJt notes,
receipt hoofs, Diary 1851, miniature ledger and
journal, writing boofo, self-sealing.rnvelopes, play
ing cards, ledger, full Russia, journal ditto, map
boos, half Russia, Manila wrapping paper, &c,
&.c, &c. '
Scni ries. Oars, ox carls, hard Lricii.fire ditto,
palm leaf hats, band boxes, covered budbcls,
painted pails, painted tubs, axe handles.
Lu mb er. Laths, clapboards, pickets, scantling,
white oai- plan, &., &c, &c. - - 10-tf
"If ALE AND FEMALE SCHOOL.-Mr. Daly
111. begs to acquaint his friends and tke public of
Honolulu, that he has removed to larger premises
in Hotel street, opposite Mr. Stone's, workshop.
He will be assisted by Mrs. Daly, who will aLo
carefully instruct, the girls in needlework in all its
branches. .Mr. I). 'akes this opportunity to return
thanks to his friends for their support up to the
present time, and begs to assure them that nothing
shall be wanting on his parr to give full satisfac
tion for the future, m hich result he confidently
anticipates from the assistance of Mrs. D. Hours
of attendance and terms as heretofore.
July 19 10 3m "V
" 'I JYIZ 9"nf - jaiJcui atp jo siuamairib
ai oqi o) pajdepo iCD9dsa pus 'papspa AjnjajeD
aztpueqojaui . paiJosss jo o3jd )xau jsnSny
its ut ioj panooi oq Aiiur put 'qoictu uigr eui
uo ood i!T 1J3 3ss3A qoil w ..uoijq,, diqs od
aAlaoaj i; w Aaqi icqi AaJ3U9u 8J3ps.ii pu spuati
jiaqi asiApe oi Sag .'KliaOO VliaiUOd'
A SSORTED BRITISH GOODS The bark 'Ty-
rian sailed from London about the middle oT
January with a choice assortment of British Goods,
carefully selected for thia market by John Robson,
t-squire, who is expected soon to arrive by way ot
fanama. . , -,. May 17. tl-1
D. N. FLITNER.
Continues to repair Chronometers,
at the old stand ; accurate rates
.-.determined by obseryations of the
sun and stars, with a transit instrument made by
Roskell, Liverpool.1 Particular attention given to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and Quadrant-Glasses
silvered and adjusted". '.
SALT 1 SALT 11 SALT ! f I The subscriber is pre
pared to deliver caU ib -bulk, .mat bas, or other
wise, from Tuloe Salt 'JOrs,inqnant!-j to sntt pnr
1 or other
ta sntt nor-
chasers.or co--".rt. f:r r 'r.e.-aaroe, -!:03 bbs now
IL"NER Am SSAT3a - K;t: -
bes te a-". ee tf tke L"et ,f IIoso-.
Into'i. t'YtielhitTJ -t VrS tae eomnienc I" the
kmiMLi Af t 'itlin.r ar 1 -Cremakai' in ta 6Iim'
lately occrX5tt i bv tit; Daly i i 4 ecbool. ia : Eashh
. i.w ,tl V-..t. '
street t where -e ho fes by str;
erate cr.arci, t Ci-Urx, t
VT OTICE. A:cond diyii-' jjJi title
kN creditor of Cao estate of Co, end
Ayoung, on Monday, July SCth, U tie o-ce of tie
dersigned. "'' - B F."Bi -
I l-tf Assignee estate of Washing Co, end Ayac. .
BEDSTEADS. A full supply lost received e.J
foi sale low by ' ALDRICH k RUES,
Feb. 15.40-tf . Q
ro.itr far deUv r.. All fV1l i f 1 1 t rence Ot
.t tr l r., ,t4 r.-.f:i' eni6 ilvl. Steel Peni.- ?eor"r
J tsiltt Ag?,cra ete;s. Tor sale at te P0'. -
SHORTLY' expected to arrive per clinoer khio.
"Andes." the following invoice. gooKlect
ed expressly fit this market, which will be sold by
tbe undersigned at the lowest pricea for cash or ap
proved credit. . -' t - . . y
-100 bla Galiego flour, 200 half bbls do, SO half
bbls extra iiln dried maize meal. '50 kegs lard, 10
bbls dried apples, U half bbls do, 10 cases roasted
and ground coffee.' ' " - .-- - - , - - -15
boxes East Boston crushed su?ar. 12 cases rai
sins 5 cases cotton duck. 20 keg, dried apples. Xfa ffor hearing 0?"
cask, extra table butter, 20 half Ibis No I mack- 'ha? m be offered .L,
erel, 1 case axehatcbets. broad hatchets, strap Hjnobfu
iiaiuuicrs, iuTciiJCk5, ouicber knives.iron spoons,
sail needles, caulking irons, chisels, knives and
forks sets, civetis marline spikes, pen knives,
pbeket. combs, etc., 1 case Carolina lice, 72 doien
tin pots and pans, 6 cases prime cheese, 1 ctfse cot
ton twine. 2 do boots, I do grape brand tabacco. 1
casi currants, 35 jars honey, 2300 lbs pure white
lead, 2300 lbs extra white lead. 240 lbs sheet lead,
15 catcs boiled English linseed oil, 2 kegs litharge,
1 case BrunswTtk green, 1 do ground vermillion, 1
do chrome yellow, 1 do verdigris, 75 do chrome
giecn. 20 do Prussian blue, 3 dox paint brushes, 240
lbs blk paint, 200 lbs puns ground pepper.
3 cases regatta cashmeres, 1 do Caspian plaids. 1
do Luconia plaids, 1 do KremlinVaids, 20 do Wa
chusetts denims, 20 do blue shef l:ng. 22 do prints,
comprising; new 2 blues, pink, orange, turkey redj
and fancy printsr. 9 cases clothing, computing
striped shirts, calico shirts, denim pants, white
shirts, 'black sit in vests, cashiner jaciets. satin
stocX-s, linen collars, etc., 36 cases shoes comprising
500 pairs men's sewed gaiter brogans, 150 pairs do
pumps, 200 do do calf brogans, 300 pairs men's
peg'd gaiter pumps, 60 pairs sewed narrow strap
ped pumps, 120 do do calf pumps, 2S0 pairs goat
180 pairs women's calf low quartered shoes.
10 cases fine boots and shoes, 2 cases. 200 dozen
sheath knives, 66 boxes white soap, 10 tierces
hams,-19 do dried apples, 118 cases sundries, con
sisting of watei crackeis, soda do, pickled lobsters,
scaled herrings, fre.h clams, lobsters and ovster.
snrsaparilla and lemon syrups, tomata letchup,
Stoughton's elixir, walnut ketchup, pickles. '
3 cases best blue cloth caps, 9 boxes rose soap.
Cases containing suspender buttons, japanned dq,
metal do, viclin strings, coral beads, agate shirt
buttonshooXs and eyes, lead pencils, cotton lines,
ivory combs, horu do, dressing do, suspenders, solar
lamp chitnnies, etc.
9,000 feet planed pine boards. 9.133 do No. 3 do
do, 2,000 do spruce boards, 3,906 do 3 inch pine
plank, .3,514 do 3'inch deck plank, 1,044 do spruce
timber, 505 do spruce joist, 1,408 do 3x5 joist, 20,
000 laths, 3,000 No. 1 clapboards, 2,500 pickets.
2,000 Spruce pickets, 3,039 ft No. 4 boards, 49,600
bricks, 100 boxes candle's, 34 packages pilot bread,
9 pipes navy breud, 250 boxes soap, 50 bbls mess
pork, 12 boxes cane seat chairs, 25 do wood seat
do, 180 bbls Galiego flour, 120 boxes No. I soap.
7 cases miiblins and piiuts. Also. 22 tona naval
stores, comprising tar, pitch, cordage, turpentine,
etc. July 5.8-tf J. C. SPALDING.
VOTICE Tbe undersigned beg to inform the pub
ll lie of Honolulu, that they have this d u- entered
in'o a co-partnership under the firm of von Holt &
Heuck, for the sale of general merchandise. The
new establishment, adjoining the Seamens Bethel,
will be open on Saturday, tba 12th instant, with a
large assortment oi goods, just received from Ham,
burg, ex brig Lma," Capt. G. Deuker, which will
be offered on reasonable terms. Tbe following i
the list of the chief articles, viz . -
Fcrmture A splendid piano fortes, sofas, side
board?, buffers, book cases, tables, &c.
Different Merchandise A large assort
ment'of ready made clothing, blankets, buntings,
broadcloth, Orleans cotton and silk handkerchiefs,
black silk alia w Is, satin, velvet, hats, blue cloth
caps, braces, parasols, gloves, red and blue flannel
shirts, stockings, socks, carpet bags, looking glasses,
oil paintings, w a iters, taUe and house clocks, guns.
swords, cutlasses, gunpowder, pocket and sailoi
knives, scissors, st-gar and tobacco boxes, saddles,
bridles, spurs, riding and cart w hips, walking canes,
music boxes, a large quantity of glassware, accor
ileons, steel pens, pins, sewing needles, all kinds of
buttons, combs, brushes, jewsharps, Canary bird.
ajid cages, stationary, lamps, candlesticks, stearin
candles, Eau de Cologne, Macassar oil, carpenter's
'and joiner's tools, rasps, files, caulking hammers,
caulking irons, cork sciews, match boxes and match
es, razors, spoons, butter, cheese, Westphalian
ham?, oats, barley, peas, pearl barley, loaf sugar,
stvjar candy, bbls. Beef and Pork , currants, raisins,
cherries, plums, sardines a'Chuilc, pickles, &c.
Ship Chandlery Tar, rigging, blocks, mast
hoops, sail cloth, bl'k paint, sail twine, scil needles,
varniih, lamp oil, 1 quadrant and I sextant.
HERMANN VON HOLT,
July 12 9Sra C.THEODOR HEUCK.
J7ROM Hamburg direct, per schooner Lina."
Jj Just received and for sale by the undersigned,
the following assortment ot merchandise, viz, se
lected expressly for this market :
DRY GOODS. ; '
Cases fanty prints, two blue, white sheeting, bro
cottons, Swiss turkey red, damask black velvet,
white moleskin, blue and black broadcloth, eassi
net, flannel, w kite drills, raven's duck, bales blan
kets, jaconets, check and book muslin, emb'd cur
tains, curlajn fringes, linen table, cloths and nap
kins. READY MADE CLOTHING.
Black frock coats, blk and camlet pants, blk satin
vests, black beaver hats.
Large ns't ladies ware, emb'd dresses and collars,
silks, veils, cap?, artificial flowers, silk ribbon, do
stockings', gloves, parasols, etc.. . , ."
Perfumery. Eau do cologne, hair oil, "soap,
&c, paper, ink, pens, cases boots and shoes.
Liquors. Holland Gin, champagne, poit wine,
sherry, porter and ale. Bl'k, w hite and green paint,
paint bru-hes, boiled paint oil. " ' .
' Fire proof money thesis, iron pots, saw files, cork
scrcwr, scissors, needles, sail needles, Ii hooki
stirrups, knives and forks, sailor's knives, jack-and
pen knives. Table spoons tea spoons, tea pots,
Jew's harps, large looking glasses, English hogskin
saddles, bridles, riding whips -
" Jewelry. Gold watches, gold guards, broaches,
bracelets, rings, ear-rings. 1 large soda water ma
chine complete, wbitc bottles, corks. 1 large store,
55x25 complete. S-tf ' , U. ALTING, ;
V OTICE. Horatio NI Crabb having this-diy
iN made an assignment of all his property to the
undersigned, for the benefit of bia creditors ;. ail
persons having claims, trpon the "said Horatto'Ni
Crabb, are hereby notified to present theui 'within
thirty days from this date, and all persons indebted
tothe said Horatio. N. Crabb aro requested to
make immediate payment to the undersigiwid '' , ; ;
' -- ' ? HENRY". RHODES," y?,
' - :" Assignee of estate of Horatio N. Crabb. "
- July I6-10 4t ; ,. .i..;
PROCEEDINGS of a ''trqeetin-f of ihe:potatoe
growers in Kola, Maui, in the vicinity of the har
bor of Kalepolepo. ' '- " '
-. At' a meeting of the potatoe growers on the 17th
or Jn'ne; at Waiohuli,' the following agreement was
entered into in regard to tbe price of potatoes 5'"
. Resolved, by tbe people, that to will -sell good
potatoes a( tluee dollars a barrel i and if of infe
rior quality, the buyer and seller will agree- upon
the price. . . J. II. NAPE LA, See'yi
vWailuku, Maui, June 26, 1851. 6m-8 -
NEW. STATIONERY A large untSCr "
sortment of Stationery-has jos'tb- .
per , Colchi, comprising "1 HI reacs,' j tw -y
iht varieties 1 of can. - lett- nd :-rte papers,
: - "BIA Books of every style, I. Books and Meev
- ora- 3um - Books, in larr rariety FarliametUary
zeaiing wax, v aiers, v k
Books, reams Blottiar ac veiopo .r-per,; six
at ion . ren
KTT".R001,S - - Ho'l3ri cte Ts?.?Ai-.
-l, -wa"r 32 cases fas.Aa&i a tain- c.x.in-
rcf ll deecnptiens. At,ao-., - , .. X
extra' wttte lead.' 25 f IV5. . k.tX J I '
do. -z: 1 Ibm. ah 'd. lo ci-s
T.-,iv'i .ttf. ' 1 -t
4?d to", t- ' s .f -
iuv eltUi a kinst Bt
11' r -crtjers.-w ly 1 f Z i
Lnt4h-ij:. K-easerted . t.x.
white bine bv-J
Jalylf-lK- r f At.
Il - - -fpuvaitvu Mating sees anaaaj .
l .to William L. Lee, Esqv Chief Justice of the - .
Superior Court, by Malihini. (or crohata of tk ui ' f
a innrp prn.. . ....1: 1 .r . - - .
of Kanakaloa of Honolulu, deceased r . Notjce lie
hereby given to all persons whom it may I concern,' f
u.. o..uruij, me luto aay 01 August next at 9V
'c,ock in the forenoon, is a day and hour appoint-."
aid will, and all objection
re to at the Court House in
HENRY RHODES - '. '
Clerk of Sup. Coer&
uvuviuiu, wuif tSaiJl-iSl T i
jlTAJlSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of write ex
iTl ecution issued by the Superior Coert of the 13
waiian Islands, and to me directed by William C. '
Parke, Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands,-upon 4
judgment against George Gilmore and F. R. -Vidt,fe
defendants in execution, in favor of Henry JIrTar-;
lane, plaintiff in execution, for one thousand and
sixty two dollars, and thirty cents, I have levied upon
and shall expose for sale "to the highest bidder, on
Monday, the 11th day of August at ten o'clock a- m ,
at the store of George Gilmore; in Koloa, on the Is-;
land of Kauai, the follow ing property, via : 564 head
of cattle consisting of working oxen, steers, yearlingn,
cows and calves. Also, all the farming utensils on the
plantation consisting of carts, plows, horsesetc, etc.
Also, one boat in good order, llso, the stock in store
consisting of prints, bleached and brown sheeting,
blue cottons and drills,hdkf, flannels, needles. sliawls'k;
dress good J, il.s, chintx, blankets, white cambric .
due pants, red flannel and sailor shirts, shoes, stock'
ings, tin paas, combs, wicXing. matches., looting glass
es, cologne, mustard, bolts, locks, ioap, iron bolts, to
bacco, oil, vinegar, etc, etc, unless the snid judgment,
interest cost of suit, and my fees and commissions
are previously satisfied. .,(,
Signed, -THOS 27. MARSHALL,
Sheriff of KauaL
Koloa, July 1?,1S51XM1 :
Any persons having tluims saint the ebove prop
erty, are requested to present them to the undersigned.
WM. C FARKE, Marshal.
SHERIFF'S SALE In Virtue of a writ of exe"
cution issued by Richard H. Bowlin, Esquir Fe
lice Justice of Honolulu, npon a judgment against
Leonard Mitchell, defendant in execution, in faer f
Karaanakea plaintiff in execution, for twenty dollars,
I have levied upon and shall expose for sale to the
highest bidder, on Monday, the 25th day of August,
at ten o cloc a. m, at the auction room of A. P. Ev
erett, the following property, via f 1 silver lapine
watch with silver chain -and gold key attached, unless
the said judgment, interest, costs of suit, and my fees
andcominissions are previously satisfied - .
O. R. WOOD, Sheriff of Oaha.
Honolulu, July 25. 185I.lI-4t -
NOTICE. Proper application having been made
to WILLIAM L. LEE Esqr. Chief Justice of
the Superior Court, by Lewis llaalelea for probate 1
of the will of M. Kekauonohi, late of Honolulu de
ceased; Notice is hereby given to all persons whom
it may concern that Saturday, the 9th day of August
next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, is a day nd
hour appointed for hearing proof ot said will. and.
all objections that may be offered thereto, at ther
Court House in the Citv of Honolulu.
" HENRY RHODES,
Cleri- of Sup. Court,
Honolulu, June 21 1851-lf-5 -.
VT OTICE. All persons in any w ay interested in-
i the Est .te of the late Solomon D. Barrows, of
Lahaina. Island of Maui, deceased, such as credit
ors, next of kin, or otherwise, are hereby cited to .
appear before me, at the Court House in the town'
of Lahaina, on the first Monday of August, next -at
nine o'clock in the the forenoon, to attend to the"
settlement of the accounts of tbe Administrator-
appointed on said Estate, arid to ofler object ions, if -any
they have, to such accounts, and to the final
settlement of the Estate, and discharge of the Ad
ministrator from further duties and responsibilities.
One of the local Circuit Judges of the second
district of the Hawaiian Islands , - -
Waikapu, Maui, July , 1 851 4t-9-.
NOTICE. The August term, A. D 1851, of the"
Circuit Court for the 1st Judicial District of the
Hawaiian Islands, will be holden at Honolulu. Is
land of Oahu, and William L. Lee, Esquire, Chief.
Justice of the Superior "Court, will attend to pre
sident said circuit. HENRY RHODES, ; .
Clerk of the Superior Court.
Honolulu, July 14,1851.
NOTICE. Proper application having been made
to William L. Lee. Esquire, Chief Justice of.
the Superior Court by Paele, for probate of the will
of W. Haikauai, late deceased : Notice is hereby
given to all persons whom it may concern that Sat
urday, the 9th day of August next, at ten o'clock
in the forenoon, is a day and hour appointed-for
hearing proof of said w ill, and all objections that' '
may be offered thereto, at the court boose in the.'
town of Honolulu. - HENRY RHODES," r
Clerk of tbe Superier Court;
Honolulu, July H,lS5I.10-3t V-
T OTICE. Prouer application having been made
1 to WILLIAM L. LEE, Esqr. Chie! Justice of-,
the Superior Court, by Kealalaina for probate of4,
the will of Mahuka late of Honolulu deceased;
Noliee is hereby given to all persona whom it saay.
concern that Saturday, the SOth day of August, next?
at nine o'clock in theJbrenoon. is a day and boor
appointed for beating proof of said will, and all
objections that may be offered thereto, at the Oeert. -House
in the City of Honolulu.
- : .HENRY RHODES, ,
. . ; -i- Clerk of Sup. Coertkv
T ' 1ST of. Divorces granted in. the following ciirv
J j by the Superior. Court. . , -Hakuole
vs Nohokaha. Caino vs Maluiiikoo- -'
Peleuli v Kahanaumaikiiir Kane- vs Puoho.v Ka
huliwaa vs Kaanaana. ' Pao vs Kalua. Kapihenoi
is Kaninai. Kahookane. vs Kawae. HikJ rva Ke -liipaahana.
. iiaaheo . Kawahinekan.v Joseph;
Mayo s Mary Mavo Kahie v Naone. :.Kahute
vs Kaiihue." "Samnelar vs Kekalal , B. Hoomaiaili ,.
vs Ketipi. ' Kavo vs Paele," Kahikona a Lonoka-
bikini .aahco vs KeaniiM. James Maar vs Sarai.
Kafcele va Paiaa. - Keawe vs Kukepoo." 'peal,!
vs Kanehaiole. JMoloeao vs Kaihe. - :
.y ' IIENRY RHODES,
.. Honolulu; July arl 83 LU-1 2" : - r ; f i -..
; 1 i. : ' . ' "...
NOTICE. Proper application having, bean madf r .
vtolohn RTchirdson, one of the Loctl Circuit
Judges of the Second District ef the ilaVJa 1-:
lands, by William MacLane. and.' Kuliaa, for tbe
appointment of the administrators, upon the estate
of Stephen Paine,, of. Makawao, Island of liai.
deceased at CiUornia ; notice neraoy r,T
all persons, whom it may concern, thaV.J " y
kruiramr MatLane. u the F".-
land Of Main".' .. JOHN 1-
One of the LoeaJ Circuit Judges
'' .. Second District-ol ihe'tlawaiw
- T7aikspa. MapJisly Wvl?:iiSt-l2.-.
, , i i , j . 11 up 1 is i "i '" " r- j
x7, Tf!!-T''CB-c;t Csiirt for the T
bo:; . tt r".
i t... tit's taanan iwartw, v -,'
1 the Island of lTwiX".J Ken-
W-rrvr!''irre ' r ' "licefK.. hav
f Coert, by C s-S- f-" "
. . he est at-
- A7iectie& :" Notice k. .
whom M raay eo-cer4,
f v-t, A. L l , "
i teidariv; aid t?i 4..
. If ''
no:-i tm be hae ! ioob tr v
v wse fores r t
tlie 18th oay oi Angusx next, ar wn ti 1 -a,
forenoon; i a: day d hour' appomtedrfcr t trtui
said application and all objeetiopt iUty ..e'of
rt thereto, at the dwelling f of thVsxtd
. - ' ..hi. ; a -. - - if I ,i
J iu. tk:y f.yr
yd, July 11, 1 ,
: . 1
.Ti -'-5 Eli
Honolulu; JCj 15, Z. 'Cbi 1-neer.JbT ' ; j joly It-f r