Newspaper Page Text
. . , i
' Ccbas Paisoirats. There w little doubt bnr that all the Cuban prisoners will be set free on theit rival in Spain. When they left Havana this an ticipation was generally entertained by them. The Washington Republic, in giving the sub gtance of a recent conversation with Gen. Concha, the Capt. General of Cuba, says that he expressed bis determination to recommend the Queen of Spain immediately to pardon the American priso ners on their reaching Lisbon; also, that he was only prevented trom doinjr so himself by the New Orleans outrages, which had since been explained to his satisfaction. He believed that the President hid done all in his power to prevent the invasion. Aiu""g wc pajagmjjus going uie newspaper roonds, is one mentioning the fact that Mrs. Jas. Cordon Bennett (of the N. V. Herald) is about to spend the winter at Isabella's Court, to exert her laauence m ueuou m we iterators. . PiTEJfT Mile. A very valuable discovery has recently been patented by" a French gentleman- The uscovery relates to the preservation of milk for an indefinite period , of time. This discovery found a place in the Crystal Palace during the Ex hibition ; but appears to have escaped the observa tion of the jury. The milk tablets can be grated into a fine powder, and when put into tea they will immediately dissolve, without leaving any sediment whatever behind, while the milk itself not only re tuns its f ''avor, but also its nutritious qualities. For 1c aoyages its utility is obvious. 'jThe Prince of Wales completed his tenth year tauumij, .u. . iic cvcui was ccieuraieu at. a.m.1.. v,.- o ri ii j W ndsor by the usual rejoicings. EI STB, 0 the 80th January, of a arm. the ladv ju. rw;. Enquire, of Bellvae, Uaaalm, Kauai, formerly the Conaal of -C tNW) W V V I 1 1 1 1 U . MARINE JOURNAL. -PORT OF HONOLULU. Arrived. a Fck 9 Br Mk Rapid, Creswfll, 19 dayi from Saa Francisco. 9 Am bark, Debdemona, Richardson, 35 dayi trom Aa toria, 9 Am tbip Carolua, Laca, 145 dayi from Boston. - 9 Haw brig Baltimore, Tlop, 21 daya from Saa Fran- ciaco, 10 Am a. brtg Wyandot, Lyon, 19 daya fm San Francisco. 10 Br bark t axpooncer, Moriee, 36 day from Caliao. IS Am ch Excel, Corwin, 25 oayo from Raiatea. 11 Am bark Julia PoUer, Camden, 25 daya from Saa Francisco. 13 Am Kb Laura Beran, Fierce, 12 daya from San Fran V; .ciaco. - , Cleared. Feb. 7 Br bark Pelham, Aidtrma, for Sj-daey. II Am. bark John PitTrr, aailrd without clearance. IS Br bark Tberu, Casa. Uoag KoBf. A Card. Mr. Moricc. owner and commander of the British bark Harpooner most gladly avails himself of the first public opportunity ot expressing lus grateful acknowledgements of the very important rrirM rendered bv the United States sloon-of-war Yandalia, to his vessel whilst aground on the reef off this port on the night of 1 nday, 6tu inst. . To Capt. "Gardner, I beg to return my mo3t grate Tul thanks lor the promptitude and dispatch, with which fce ordered his launch and first cutter with a good f irp to our assistance. . . , The cool and able seamanship displayed on this occasion by Mr. Johnson, first Lieutenant of the Tandalia can only be properly estimated by a sea man; and the agreeable and gentlemanly manner .whieh characterised his whole operations, can never cease to be warmly cherished in my heart. To Mr. Luce, passed midshipman, as also to the efficient boats crews under his command, is due my warmest thanks for their hearty co-operation. Had it not been for the valuable assistance thus cheerfully and generously afforded. I have no doubt but my ship would have become a total wreck before she could have been got afloat. Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1S52. lt-40 JMcCORMACK COFFEE ROASTER IIO- TEL street offers for 6ale fresh ground Coffee every day, at 15 cents per pound, engaged equal to any offered at 25 cents. J. M"s warranted pure ground Coffee of superior strength and flavor, packed in air tight tins of 6 and 12 lbs. each stanicd with his name 33 1-2 cents per lb. A general supply of Groceries suitable for fam . ilies at unprecedented low prices. FP" J- M. solicits inspection of hU Roasting and Grinding machines, as also samples of Green, Roast ed and irrouud coffee laving on his counter for com petition. JT lt-40 PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. A splendid Piano Forte made by one of the best makers in London, apply to 13, lS52-tf-40 A. P. EVERETT. mj-EW GOODS PER COUNTESS OF DUR JLH HAM." for sale by the undersigned. Super Slack, Blue, Green, Olive and Brown Broad Cloth, Black Prussian and Paletot cloth, clas tic Trowserings. PORTER & OGDEN. Jan. 31, 1852-4t-38 A CARD. THE UNDERSIGNED avails himself of this method publicly to tender his thanks to the officers of the American Sloop of war andalia, for the efficient help rendered him in a moment of dan .ger ; by which they prevented his vessel from dnft ine ashore in the gale of the 1st instant.' - 8 - IL 1HLDER, master of Honolulu, Feb. 3, 1832-lt Brcm. Ship Gellert NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS in bis possession, one red horse, both hind feet white, shoes on the forefeet, white face, two small white spots on the right close to the back Done and small white spot on the left side close to the back, branded on the hind quarter with two brands, upper brand, S. K,-lower brand, S. Wailua, Feb. 10,-4t-40 ALEX- McDUFFEE. P. S. The lower brand is scabbed over so that I cannot make it out, I suppose it to be the same as the upper one. - The owner can take him away by paying charges, or in thirty days from this date he will be sold at auction to pay expenses. WE THE undersigned intend to leave the king dom" JOSEPH S. KIDDER. lt-40 RICHARD GILLILAND. . - i TeCOTICE. The undersignea intenas ''"V" JLM kingdom. It-10 L. 1L ANTHON. BISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSUIP.-Tfce co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Bush & Co, butchers, has been dissol ved by mutual consent ; all persons indebted to the firm pit requested to make immediate payment, and all persons having claim i against the said firm will pre sent them for settlement to E. J. Griffin & Co., by whom the business will be hereafter conducted. G. H. BUSH, M04. E. J. GRIFFIN. JMXORMACK, TEA DEALER, COFFEE Roaster, and general Family Grocer, next door to Mr. Thos. Jones Hotel St. Honolulu. J. M. respectfully informs hotel keepers, Captains f vessel and the inhabitants in general of Honolulu and the adjacent islands that he has commenced the roastm" and grinding of coffee on a new principle hitherto unknown on these islands, and solicit a tri al of his superior flavored coffee warranted free from adulteration. - , . Having erected roasting and grinding machine on an extensive scale, he undertakes the roasting, or the roasting and grinding of green coffee sent to his care, at very moderate charges, by which a saymg can be obtained ; and engages coffee roasted by nun to be of superior strength and flavor. Ground coffee at ail times ready packed in air tight tins of 5 and 10 lbs. each, which retains its quality fix any time on land or sea. The best Green and Black Teas imported, and at all times on sale. Coffee roasted and ground every day. . . 4t37 JTnAKERT AND CONFECTIONERY J.' R. iJL) Bond begs to inform his friends and the pub lic generally, that he has re-opened the shop and premises next door to Mr. Harris' fancy store, Nuu anu street, where he is ready to supply wedding cakes, breakfast and evening parties with every fashionable delicacy on the most reasonable terms. N. B. Ships' bread constantly on hand. . 3m-40 fTniUS WILL CERTIFY that I will pay no debts U contracted by the crew of the oar k-1 avonte. Feb. i JbcXkH rX4xvUB, Jr., matter, I'hIb VESSELS ADVERTISED. Re-nlar Paclet Line for Saa Francisco. The brig WYANDOT, Cant. Lvox. and sch. LAUR.V BEYAN, Capt. E. Peirce, will sail between this port and San Franciaco, regu lar packets, from -and after this date. Honolulu, Feb. 13, 1852-tf-40 R. COADY. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. The A. 1. American cli T1TWF Vkfirs 'VMTT T? --mjmnnv vm. m. '. - r v -. nut ubto UUlllCUAaWC patch for the above port, having part of her freight engaged. For freight or passage having superior ac commodations, apply to B. F. SNOW. Honolulu, Feb. 9, 1852-2t-40 ' FIRST VESSEL FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT ! The regular packet brig "WYANDOT." L von. Master, will sail on nr nhmit tVim lfttV ;nc . wwm. .lit AVMA .AJ U C JA San Francisco, having part of her cargo engaged. For freight dafaons, apply to R. COADY. Jlonolulu, teb 10, 18o2-lt-40 FOR NEW BEDFORD. Tbfe hark F.T.T7 TIinUVTHV " T T.t Master, nill leave this cort on or about' the 2.h instant. Frcicht will be taken on reasonable terms on aiy plication to the subscriber at Cant. Thos. Sn- cer's, Kaahumanu street. F. POST. Feb. 14,-2t-40 POSITrvELY THE FIRST ESSEL for San Francisco, bavins all her cargo alongside, tne A. 1. Untisa bng " MAIL) Or JLLr PHA," R. N. Beauvois Master, will complete her cargo on Tuesday, and will positively sail on Wed nesday, the 1st Feb. For passage only, having su perior accommodations, apply to A. P. EVERETT, or to Feb. 13, 1352-2t-40 the Capt. on board. FOR VALPARAISO via TAHITI. ' ThoA. 1. British built bark "COUNT ESS OF DURHAM," John Buchsaa commander having the greater part of her cWgo engaged, will sail for the above ports on or before the 23rd inst. For further particulars apply to R. C. JANION; or John Buchanan Honolu'u, Feb. 13, 1852-3t-40 on board. FOR SALE, FREIGHT OR CHARTER. The Hawaiian schooner CAROLINE, 105 tons register, new coppered and in good order lor anv voyage, apply to MAKER, ANTHON & Co. tf,38 SALES AT AUCTION. F. W. TIIOMPSOX, Auctioneer. EREMPTORY SALE. AUCTION! ! This day (Saturdav.) at 10 o'clock A. M., will be positively sold to close accounts, at the sales room of F. W. Thompson, a great vanetv ol Merchandize, in part as follows: Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Sundries, ALSO, Boxes bcpEitioa chewing iobac co. lt-40 II. Sea Auctioneer. ON TUESDAY 17th Feb. at 10 o'clock A. M-, at the sales room of H. SEA, will be sold a vari ety of goods consisting of a few cases new Prints just arrived ; 2 Blues, Parasols, x towers, musun dresses. Hosiery, 4 Hhds Whiting, 10 cases ground Ginger, Gunpowder in cannisters. Blasting do, &c. AI.SO. for the benefit of whom it may concern. 463 bags, say 40 tons of Liverpool salt, now on board the Countess of Durham. lt-40 rjp. HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING REMOVED to the premises lately occupied by Mr. Henry Sea, offer for sale the following goods, by late arri vals, on the most reasonable terms. Madapollams, stout Long Cloths, urass uiotns, Irish Linens and Lawns, 7-S and 9-3 assfd Prints. Grey Domestics 35 to 72 inch, Regatta and Yacht prints. Furniture prints in new styles. White, Enib'd and col'd flounced Muslin Robes, Balzorine and muslin dresses, Tarlatan and lace do. White and colored lace Shawls, Balzorine and summer do, Persian Bonnets, Artificial Flowers, Lace and Fancy Dress Cmps, Ribbons, Gimps, laces, real and imitation, Col'd and fancy silk fringes,' Embroidered Habit -shirts, and Chcmizettss S'jotch lawn, French cambric and linen lldks. Fig'd satin dresses. Crape, & satin scarfs & shawls, Rich Paris Bandanna Handkerchiefs, Satin and Fancy do, Albert and Beaufort neckties Cambric Cravats, Bandanna and corah hdk'f-s, Summer cloths. Black and col'd Orleans Lustres, Silk Alpacas, Fancy Merinos, Super blfc, blue, green, claret and bro broad-cloth, Paletot cloths, Bayetas, French ehwtic trowser cloth, and fancy cassimeres, White and col'd blankets, 6-4 printed Carpeting, Fashionable black cloth Pantaloons, Cord and Moleskin Trowscrs, wht and fancy vests, Plain white and emb'd Shirts, Fancy Regatta do. Summer and Sporting Coats, Ladies Riding Hats, Hosiery in every variety, Cotton, Merino, and silk Undershirts, Do half Hose and Stockings Silk and lisle thread Gloves, Black and col'd lace Mitts, linen and fancy Ducks and Drills, White, Brown and Slate Holland, Diaper3 and Huckabacks, Towels and Napkins, Damask Table Cloths, Black Beaver Hats, Colored Felt do, Cloth Caps, Glazed Silk do, Ladies' and Gents Boots, Shoes and Slippers in every variety, Buttons, Coat links, Saddlery, compri sing "Ladies' "aide saddles. Gents' London made hog skin do, double and single bridles with Melton hooks and curbs. Round Reined do. Headstalls, Bodv Rollers, Stirrup Leathers and Irons, Girths, Saddle Cloths, Hunting and Switch 3Vhip-S White Reins, Silver plated Spurs, mane "Combs, Curry combs and brushes, Papier mache goods, as Tea Trays, Ornamental Table?, Writing Desks and Folios, Cutlerv. Tumbler, Tickles and Sauces, Liverpool salt in jars. Mustard, Spices, Pepper, Currie Powder, Jams and Jellies, Office Ink, Soan American and Sydney, Toilet do, Teas, Green and Black, Coffee, Loaf Sugar, S. I. and Pingfa do. Split Peas, Crackers, Manila and N. Zealand rope, spun yarn and marline Blocks, plain and patent, Sail Twine, Paint and scrubbing brushes, Ensigns, British and Hawaiian, Vinegar, molasses, Lime Juice, White Lead, Paints, Green, Yellow and Black, Boiled Linseed OiL and other articles embraced under the head ol Ship Chandlery, also, claret, port andMadeira wir.es of extra quality. India fifi" Honolulu, JanSO, 1852-tf-33 NA IA KAPU A NA KONOHIKI MAMULI O NA KAAAHAi. . KonohiU. Aina. la KonMli Aina. LHaalelea. VtPaK- Kalawahine. Oahu. Pua Haena, Kauai, la. Hee Makao, Hee, Makaha, Oahu, Anae Heeia, " " 1-2 Waialae, Anae Puunau, Maui, Opelu Waimalu Kom. Honouliuli, L Koxia. Keei, Hawaii, Maile pai, Maui, 2 Alaeloa, Ohua . Nehu Hee Akahi. Kealia, Hawaii, Opeln Keeiiki, " . Kala Nakalcwena, ' Hee 2 Napili, T.nmahaL Kauai, " Puuwepa. Mahukon. Uhu Kalauao, Ko, Oahu, Anae V.Tnr iT.nI.K- LACA. O KaPAAKEA, Pau, Hawaii, Paauhau," Honohica, ruua." ., Keaiwa, Kawela, . ' . Kaapuna, . Kealakekua, Kaawaloa, r Onouli, -: : ; ', Keahulo, Hamooa, Maui, , Oin J. PlIKOI. ; Uhu Kawailoa, ili o Kai Opihi - lua Oahu, Hee u Halekou, Kaneohc, Anae Waikalua, V ' Hee Keaahala, . Uhu Opelu Ahup. o Kahaluu, Hee Uhu MaluakaDioWaih.Anae Ahi Waiohole, Ahup. . Hee Onelu Hauula, 44 I - Waialee, - ' Kala Paumalu, Alalauwa fnalea. m Pnnnkea. Uhu Hamohamo, Oahu, Hee KATV A U KCHISI KALAlApfA. tr . i rr 1 OoVin m nikl 1 . Ke Akule ku o ka la 19 o Iune, ix-nnana. jiooiu, -- -vixrn. L 1852. A. U. liitftotu, Keena, Kalaiaina, Ianuari 31, !So2. lt-40. BISSOLUTION OF rARTNERSinrThe co-partnership heretofore existing between John Smith & Co. is this day dissolved. lt-is J. SMI lit, J- 3t 38 J. T. HALSTXAD. POLYlVJa HOUSES, VL AND, &c; H0UC3.T0 LET OR FOR SjVLE. Suitable for a store, situated nearly opposite the National Hotel and mauka of Mossman's bakery, apply C. TANER'S sail loft Terms reasonable. tf-36 FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. The large and pleasantly situated premises on the corner of King and Fort Sts. For particulars applv to 3m-35 . M. BROWN. EDEN HOUSE. For sale, or to be let with or without the adjacent premises, apply to MR. IRWIN, tf-3o Foreign Office. TO LET. The house on the corner of King and Richard" Sts., formerly occupied bv Messrs. Aldrich & Russ. Said house is situated in a pleasant part of the city, has a yard, well, and out buildings, also, has superior accommodations, for a family, furnished or unfurnished. apply to R. COADY. Jan. 10, 13jl-tf-33 CR1CHTON COTTAGE. Tho above named desirable country residence in Nuuanu Valley, is offered for sale on the most reasonable terms. Apply to F. W. THOMPSON. Dec. 20, 18jl-2m-32 T 10 LEASE. FOR A TERM OF YEARS. The valuable premises of the undersisned. situated on aifcicl plains, near the residence of m. Jarrett, Esq. There are seven acres of land, end a fine" two story house recently fitted up and furnished with every convenience. J. BOOTH. tf-33 TO LET. A comfortable Cottage with cook house &c, adjoining, pleasantly situated about one mile from town. For particulars applv to AUSTIN &BACLE. Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1352-6t-35 TORE ROOM TO LET. A store in the rear of the premises lately occupied by Messrs. Porter & Ogden, on Kaahumanu st. Applv to J. MONTGOMERY, Honolulu, Jan. 4, 1852-tf-39 Merchant st. TO LET. Roomv cellar and store, apply to J. J. CARANAVE, at the S9-tf Store corner of Marine and Nuuanu st. 1" OT FOR SALE. Situated on Mauna Kea St. M-A an excellent site for a store or dwelling house. Said lot is 33 feet front by 58 feet 6 inches deep, for terms ot sale, apply to 11. CUAU 1 . Honolulu, Jan. 8, 18-52-2m-35 "t 7" ALLEY FARM. This valuble Farm in Nuu- T anu valley, (about 3 miles from this city) is offered for sale on the most reasonable terms. Apply to Dec. 20, lS51-2m-32 i. W. THOMPSON TaTALUABLE STORE PREMISES FOR SALE, T or to let. The well known stand of the late firm of Bush & Co., in Lahaina, applv to tf-38 MAKEE, ANTHON & Co. fWO LET. The lower part of the store occupied JL by the undersigned, tf-33 ' A. 11. HOWE. FLOUR, BEEF, PORK and COFFEE On hand and for sale by the undersigned 150 bags Chile flour, 50 bbls. mess Beef, 50 bbls. mess Pork, 3 tons Sandwich Island Coffee. - R. COADY. Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1852-2m-3G TT9 EMO VAL The undersigned has removed to ll the old stand recently occupied by Messrs Makee, Anthon & Co. Gt-35 A. B. HOWE. ONCIIOS! PONCHOS! '. Just received per Countess of Durham an invoice of lancy col d and fringed Ponchos, also saddle cloth, for sale by Jan. 31st lS52-4t-38 PORTER & OGDEN. T'OJ'OTICE. The subscriber having been appoint 11 eci Acunmostrator, witn the wiu annexed, on the estate of Eliab Grimes, late deceased ; hereby notifies all persons having demands on said estate to present the same, end those indebted, to call on the subscriber, before the 20th of March next. STEPHEN REYNOLDS. Administrator on the will. Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1852-Ct-37 , N JOTICE. E, S. Ruzgles retire3 from the firm of C. F. Husaev & Co., this dav. C. F. HUSSEY & CO. Kaliului, Jan. 16, 1852-3t-39 P' ORTER & OGDEN offer for sale a fashionable assortment of Summer Clothing also ladies' and gents' Boots and Shoes just arrived per Countes3 of Durham. Jan. 31, 1S52. 4t-37 fanHE UNDERSIGNED beinz about to leave the JL Islands, respectfully solicits anv person having letters or packages addressed to him will be pleased to deliver the same during his absence to his Attor ney, "R. C. Willie, Esq., or to Dugald Mactavish, Esq.. Aeent for the Hon. Hudson's Bay Company. The remainder of the Tyrian's cargo will be on sale bv Mr. ilactavish at the Companv s stores. Honolulu, Jan, 31, 1851. 12t-38 JNO ROBSON. JL no debts contracted bv the crew of the Tenedos. NATH'L MIDDLETON, Jr. Jan. 30, 18-32-5t-33 DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. On hand and for sale by the undersigned, casks Allsop's Burton ale and porter. li. IU.UI1. Honolulu, Jan. 27, 18.32-lm-33 7B"W7" ANTED. Mexican or Spanish dollars for V which the hiehest premium will be given .Applv to R. C. JANION. Honolulu, Jan. 23, tf-37lS52 s1 TO RAGE. The subscriber having leased the sheds and yard of the premises latelv occupied by Makee,- Anthon & Co, is prepared to rpceive storage on the most reasonable terms. R. COADY. Jan. 8, 1852-6m-3o JOHN MONTGOMERY, ATTORNEY, has removed his place ofbusinessto the new office, on Merchant-st., adjoining Mr. Janion's Warehoues. Honolulu, Jan 22, 1852. t-f-38 mTKW GOODS JUST RECEIVED EX- " Count il ess of Durham," from Liverpool, and for sale bv the undersigned : consisting of " 9-8 Crimson & Chintz Fancies, do India stripe do. do Chome stripes, do padded red plates. An Oran-re ETound Chintzes, do Chambrays. " Oranre and vellow cround Fancies, Pink Madden plates, White Tamboured Cotton (in skeins.) Anrted cotton Hosierv. Fancy Blouses. , fcnrior White Drills, plain and fancy, bro Soap. Iron Fencing Wire, Fire bricks. Blasting, Cannon, firrHnv Howder. m kC!rs. uaoics ana .incuura. . ftnil'S iancv buscuits. Nos. 4 and o canvass. - Assorted Tobacco Pipes, European Cordage, (all Sizes.) . " R. C. JAN1U.N. Honolulu, Feb. 4, l832-tf-39 : rrnTtrv. From and after this date, the sub- 1SI smber will not hold himself responsible far any bills, unless contracted by himself personally, or by his written order. H. amua, , Honolulu, Jan, 1, 1852,12t-35 Comercial HoteL Boctob Geo." A. Lathkof having resumed prac tice, has opened an office on Kaahumanu street, next door oeiow Voaay s nwre. Honolulu. Nov. 20-tf-2S ' ' - - ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. j "A LL Df LL PERSONS having claims against the estate r .v i.t. Wm Trench. Esar. are requested to lodrre their accounts wiia we miumu- Solicitor, John Montgomery. Honolulu, and aU per . , i,o Mtitt will nlease-pay the . -.1- .V - J : nA rhp'r aXnt tf the several debts to Mr. Montgomerv or to G. S. KENW Ai, ROBT. NICHOLS, Administrators Feb. 4, lS52-tf-39 THOR SALE AT McGUIER'S BOOT AND jFshoe store. King street, Pump iher, 1,000 pounds of Kip. 1 1-2 tons sole leather. HonoluKFeb. 6, l52-5t-33 Is at SHORTLY EXPECTED, AND FOR SALE, W TO ARRIVE, THE ENTffiE CARGO OF the American ship "Caeolus," Lucas, master, from Boston direct, consisting of the following Assortment of Merchandize viz. 100 Bbls Gallego Flour, 13 m Bricks, 200 Boxes No 1 Soap, 50 casks best quality, Dutch Ixiaf Sugar, 75 Cases cane seat Chairs, " . 100 Wood seat do., 200 Bundles Gunny Bags, 51 Casks Pilot Bread, 32 Navy do. 1000 Gals, best boiled Oil, 600 Kegs white Lead, 2 cases Chrome Yellow, 1 Case Ex. Paint Brushes, 2 kegs Puttv, 1 Keg Red Lead, 7 cannisters green Paint, 60 Cannisters Prussian Blue, 1 box French Yellow, 4 do blk Paint, 2 Cases, 20 doz Shingling Hatchets, 26 Doz. best Axe Handles, 26 do. Patent Axes, 6 cases English Saddles, 200 Kegs cut Nails, 50 doz. C. S. Shovels. 50 doz do. Spades. LUMBER. 40,355 Feet Spruce Timber and Joist 4x4 and 6, 4 x 6-7-8, 6 x 6, 6 x 6, 3 x 4, 3 x 5, 3 x 6-7-8, 7x7,8x8. 20,721 Feet Spruce, 21nch Plank, - 8,078 do Pine Planed Boards, V 53,490 do. do. do., 7,240 No. 3 do, 23,153 Do. Gang Sawed Planed, 30.380 Matched, 16,333 2 Inch Plank, 19,454 Single sawed do, 6,382 Refuse Pine Boards, 15,925 " Fish and Flint" No. 1 Clapboards, 13.950 " Bodfish" No. 3 do, 9,925 " Hews extra do, 7,250 No. 1 Pine Picketar 4,000 do. do. 2,600 No. 2 do. do. 6,350 No. 1 Spruce do. 46 Ex. Shaved pine Shingles, 51 do. do. do.. do., 60 Cedar Shingles ex Shaved. DRY GOODS. . 20 Cases blue Sheetings, 5 ,, Drills, 20 cases Denims, 5 blue Drills, 3 cases Beetled Shirtings, 10 Bales Brown Drill, 5 Do. Sheetings, 6 Bro. do., 10 Bro. Shirtings. J. C. SPALDING. Honolulu, Dec. 12, lSSl-tf-31 E X R. B. FORBES, AND FOR SALE BY the undersigned. 20 Cases blue cotton, fi Bales denims, 2 do Ticking, 2 do Stripes, 4 cses Palm leaf hats, 2 cases assorted Stationary, , 1 do Cloth caps, 1 do clothing, 3 do Saddles, 9 do Umbrellas, 1 do Parasols, 1 do Silk and Merino under-shirts, 1 do' Horn and Ivory combs, 2 do Lasting gaiters, 2 do Goat brogans. 6 do heavy do, 1 do Cliildrens' shoes, 8 do Womens' shoes, native pattern, 1 da do Kid R. R. Buskins, 1 Bale twine, 10 Ebls. Rice, 4 cases Preserved Meats, Boxes, Pie Fruits, Pickles, Preserves, Lemon Syrup, Sarsaparilla, Lozenges, pain killer, capers. Mustard, clams, Raisins. tf-35 MAKEE, ANTHON & Co. F. SNOW OFFERS FOR SALE CARGO ex dinner shin R. B. FORBES, J. Doane, master, from Boston, consisting in part as follows, viz, DRY GOODS. Cases red prints, do Merrimack fig'd. pink prints, Do merrimack red prints, , Do do orange and deep pink prints, Do do do and white stripe do. Do do do fig'd and stripe do. Do do two blue do. Cases merrimack fig'd green prints. Do do blue and pink prints, Blue do, pink do. Cases Hamilton orange, do. Blue sheeting, printed lawns. Trunks, caps, ca3C3 umbrellas, cott. Cases thread, do clothing. Do silk pongee hd'fs, do ribbons. BOOTS AND SHOES. Case3 mens' kip brogans. Do goat do, lustring gaiters, do Patent leather Monterey's, Morrocoo pumps. Cases womens' do do. Boys' do do. Mens' goat pump downing. Cases" mens' pegged leather. HARDWARE. f Kegs cut nail3, casks sad irons, log chain. Hooks and hinges, cases grid-irons, Bristol brick, oil stone, Platform, grocer and counter scales. Chain pumps and fixtures, hand lead lines. Deep sea do, log do, marline. Wrapping paper. Cases axes and hatchets of all kinds. Locks and latches, tower bolts, wardrobe hooks, Butt hinges and screws, wood saws. Steel squares, cane knives, Carpenters' saws of all kinds, Cutlery of all kinds, scissors, spoons. Thermometers, la&le?, skimmers, tormentors. Hammers, carpenter!.' of Tobacco cutters, slates, Grindstone cranks and rollers, - Cases saddlery, Iron tea kettles, cotton twine, bake pans, Whip lashes, Sailors' pots and pans, Jacket lamps, wash bowls, v Carpenters' planes, of all kinds, Files of all kinds, Bed screws and sad iron stands. Rivets, gate hinges, adzes, time pieces, Pump chain, fence do, cases shoe findings, do Coffee mills, do tin pots, Packs sheet iron, bundles shovels. Do wire, casks fry pans, fence wire. PAINTS AND OILS. Cases English linseed oil, Do spirits turpentine, do furniture varnish, do Imp. green paint, do gro. verdigris. Kegs white lead, do black paint in tins, French yellow, prussian blue, Chrome'green, Paris green, verdigris, Celestial blue, Venetian red, litharge, Japan, Puttv, boxes white lead. FURNITURE. French sofas, do rocking chairs, Do fan arm rocking chairs, do Ottomans, do crickets, GROCERIES. Cases C. W. butter and Wine crackers. Casks navy bread, bbls Haxall flour, Boxes Winchester, Cocoa, and rose soap. Tierces hams, do crushed sugaar, . . : Cases refined, lard. : . SUNDRIES. - : ' Boxes blacking, do brushes of all kinds, do Looking glasses, playing cards, covered pails, - Solar lamps and cliimnies, . Cases memo, book pencils, New Bedford oil casks, axe handles, -, Corn brooms, buckets," nest boxes, " ; Shoe brushes, bungs, nests bbls. and half bbls., ' Iron safes assorted sues, - Trucks and carts. - ' -. - . LUMBER. . . . . ' ;- Spruce plank 2 and 3 inch, clapboards. V ; tf-3o KALEPOLEPO, JAN. 26th 18555. NEITHER QUA - UOH XMPdSiTIOHT ; Jl FRIEND TO THE AFFLICTED, v AND LOVERS Q IRISH POTATOES ! The genuine article is constantly on hand of the best quality and in any quantity to suit purchasers at the lowest market price, for cash. N. B. Friends and strangers before making pur chases or disposing of their goods, would do weU V call on the undersigned, as he is willing to buy oods suitable for this market and can afford to pay as much as any other party, to his old friends and .t,.w ho ; nnder manv obligations for the many thousands of barrels of Irish potatoes they have pur chased from him and the many iavors ne nrecT ei from them in return. 6m-39 J. J. HALSTEAD. 14, 1852 BRUGS, PERFUMERY. FANCY ARTICLES, &c. &c, ex R. B. FORBES, corner of MerchanI and Kaahumanu-sts. The undersigned invite the at tention of physicians and planters on this and other islands also masters of vesse.s, and the public gen erally to their large stock of American, English, and French druss and medicines iincorted bv tfc. .. vessel fresh, and of the Lest quality, which thev will sell at reduced prices. A liberal discount ri!l 1 made for cash on larce bills, j e i . ... "' The following are a few of the articles just received viz. : Carb. Amnion., Iig. Ammon., (concentrated). Chlorides of Lime and Soda, Corks of every descrip tion. Chloroform, Capsules of Copaiba, do. of Castor OiL do. of Cubebs, Essential Oil in great variety Cod-Liver, Castor, and Olive Oils, Balsam of Fir,' Copaiba and Oil of Cubebs, Turpentine, Extracts in great variety. Roots of Herbs put up by the Shakers fresh and reliable. Arnica Flowers, Chamomile do Elder do., Sarsparilla Root, do. Ext. Bulbs, Towns end and Sands's do., Henrv's Fluid Magnesia, M. Mun's Elixir of Opium, Gum and Powdered Opium, and all the preparations which it forms a part. Davis Pain Killer, Medicated Wines, Tinctures. &.c, and other articles too numerous to mention. Also Hair Gloves and Straps, Trusses, fresh Plasters, strength ening and warming in everv varietv, Mawe's aelf injecting Syringes, Womb "do., Ear do., and Female do.. Breast Pipes, (new inveuuou). Phvsi cians Pocket Cases, Specie and Salt-mouth Bottle of all sizes, Prescription Vials, Pill Boxes, Apothecarv Scales and weights. Scarificators, Funnels, Mortars and Spatulas and all the necessary utensils for office use, red and white Chalk, and Spanish Whiting, Fine Turkey Sponge, ResL Bruges, Eougees and Catheters, &c, ifcc. Having on hand now onlv new and fresh arade3 as received by the speedy arrival of the Forbes we confidently recommended" them to all who may favor us with their orders. 6tn-37 HOFFMAN & HARDY. JC. SPALDING, offers for sale at the lowest market prices the following assortment of Mer chandise, being balance of consignment ex " Loo Choo," Aldcbarau," " Andes" and Ocean," viz.. hut coons. Cases prints, damask table covers, comforters, bales shirting stripes,, cases furniture, prints, bales of maude shawls, cases linen cambric lustres, bales of green and printed bookings, China grass cloth, medi cal huckaback, linen crumb cloths, twilled tape, black tape, scarlet twilled flanneLs, super scarlet shawls, blue mixed pelisse flannels, Jiucrnsy shirts, colored cashmeretts, hose and half do., ribbed draw ers, satinet, beaver, and other pants, stripe print shirts, white shirts, bhaded ombrcys, extra fine mus lins, cases regatta cassimeres, do Caspian plaids, La conia do., kremlin do., Wachuselts denims, blue shirtings, orange stripe, merino prints, Turkey red on prmts, sc., xc, A large assortment of clothing of every uosenp- tiou. Boots and Shoes. 100 cases of all varieties. Groceeies. Casks hams, do dried apples and rice, cases water, butter and soda crackers, scaled herring, spice of all sorts, cases fresh clams, do saleratus, do fresh lob ster, in tins, cases asortcd syrups, ground coffee, ketchups, pickles, in 1 gallon and 1 half gallon jara, bbls peanuts, cases loaf sugar, do honey in jars, 1-2 bbls mackerel, cases prime cheese in tins, casks cur rants, half bbls corn meal, cases ground pepper, csks navy and pilot bread, chani. cider, casks and barrels vinegar. Sundries. Ox carts. Land do., rigging screws, cases linseed oil, white and black lead, and paints of all descrip tions, bbls mess pork, boxes cane seat chairs, white and brown soap, rose do., pins, buttons, combs, vio lin strings, coral bead, solar lamp chimnies, bbls tar, pitch and rosin, and a variety of other articles. Also CO cords firewood, 600 doz. Eyas's ale and porter, 700 bags Chili flour, COO do Chili" beans, silks, satins, and a large and well selected assortment of every article adapted to the trade. tf-31 Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1851. JOTICE. THOS. SPENCER, TAKES THIS onnortunitv of informing his friends and the public in general that he has taken the premises op posite to Coady Cahoon & Co., where he will con stantly keep on hand a large assortment ot Ship Chandlery, Paints, Provisions, Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, &c. &c. Slc. Tarred and Manila Cordage, Sj.un yarn, Marlin, Worm, log and Cod line, cotton and Russia Duck, Sail twine and Needles, Palms, Sheaths, and Belts, Log Slates and Eooks, writing and letter Paper, lead pencils. Oars, Axes and axe handles, Marlin Spikes, Hooks and Thimbles, Globe, cone and Guarded Lan thorns, assorted Squares, patent Chain Pump, Sad dles, flat Irons, Solar Chimnies, coarse and fine combs, Looking Glasses, Iron Hoops, Matches, Hoes, Spurs Spades, deck Scrapers and Scrubbers, pump and rigging leather. Hammers, Hatchets, Files, fore. Jack and Smoothing Planes, Chisels, Chalk lines. Rules, Chest Locks, Sheath Knives, dust. Paint, White wash, tar, and scrubbing Brushes, Knives, Forks, Carvers and Steels, butcher's and cook's Knives, Japanned, Brittania and Glass Lamps, Saucepans and Gridirons, coffee Mills, Shovels and Tongs, Bath brick, Saws, Cutlery, Match and Bead Planes, Braces and Bitts, Blind fast. Coffee Mills and Hinges, wood en Pails, nest Tubs, corks, copper turned Screws, Spirits Turpentine, boiled Linseed Oil, Putty, black Paint, ground Prussian Blue, Brunswick Green, Yellow Ochre ground Verdigris, Vermillion, red and white Lead. Beeswax, Litharge, boltd. Whiting, copal Varnish, and copper Tacks, Beef, Pork, Bread, Flour, Cheese, Hams, Lard, Figs, Currants, Crackers ground Rice, fresh Clams, Sardines, Oy3ters, Salmon, Piclfi. Mustard. Peocer. Pimento, currv. Gineer. C16TC3, Ketchups, bilVfcsh, Beef, nttonSaleratus, j Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Tobacco. ScgaTs, urcL ApWe, , clear Pork, in half bbls., Castile, Chemical, and bro. Soap, Lemonade and Seidlitz Powder, Shot and Guns. Saddles, side Saddles, Bridles and Martingales, Horse Brushes, and mane Combs, Saddlery &c, Ledgers, Journals, cash and Receipt Books, paper Bills, Laid,Cap,and Lawrence paper. Lead Pencils Lc, pink, blue, crimson and figured Blankets Berege De Laine, Vest backs. Linen, bleached Cotton, blue Drills, Chinese grass Cloth, check Cambric, Italian, French and English Cravats, Lace Collars, wrought Capes, Muslin, Cord and Tassels, Home Denims, bird eve Diaper, cotton and Linen Edging, Flannel, ' T.nrliM Hats. Lancaster. Scotch and-Oranee Gingham. Hooks and Eyes, grey Virginia, and Lambs . wool ' Socks, Ladies white and colored open Socks, Silk i 1 PVtj T airna T.inuAV TMnMa TtrwfllAf ' emb'd and col'd., Swiss India Book Muslin, Jaconet, DK;t Tr!Tita ocstM nnlnm TnffVt Tiilihotia. oiled i Silk, Satinet, Ticking, Ladies Mitts, Kid Gloves ( Tapes, Trunks, Umbrellas. tf-31 FURNTTUREAND SILK GOODS ex THETIS I Just received and for sale by the undersigned Enslish bark Thetis,' Capt Cass from China. 10 Sett camphor trunks, 4 each, - -3 Couches with mattresses 2 sofa tables. 2 Easy chairs 1 writing desk, for office. 6 Card tables, 2 chests drawers -Cases figured camlets, striped satins, Checked lutestrings assfd satins, -Satin damasks, mosquito nettings, blk satins, Long Pongees pongee hdk'fs., crimson and while. Checked satin shawls, . . Fig'd. crape shawls 60 inches Crape shawls, 7 qrs., emb'd satin carfs. Crape shawls 35 inches Satin damask hd'fs., crape bandas, " ' White and crimson lutestring hd'fs, Levantine do, neck ribbon, ' Catties sewing silk, pieces grass cloth, Grass cloth hd'fs, nankeens' " : " ' plaid silk cravats, Black satin Levantines Fiz'd silk camlets plsid silk lustrings. ' , . A. P. EVERETT, - Honolulu, Jan. 5, I352-tf-35 - DMINISraATORS, NOTICE. Valuable real ' Estate for sale. - -' The undersigned Administrator to -the estate of the late Wm. French, by virtue of the powers vest ed in them, will sell , . - -. ' - "- y The dwelling house premises in Honolulu now occupied by Mr. Frick. , The half share of . the wharf known as Charlton k French's wharf. ' ' ' ." . . The store and dwelling house premises on the beach ai Kawaihae, Island of Hawaii. The Ahuii " premises in Waimea, IsL of Hawaii with about 20 acres of land attached, the whole en closed by a stone walL . f"" v V ; Ten acres of land a Pookanaka, Pawpa, Island of HawaiL ' . - - - ' ' V Fee simole titles will be given. Far particulars annlv to the undersigned at Waimea, Hawaii. : , GEO. S. KENWAY, , ' R03T. NICCOLS, or to J. Montgomery, Esq. tf-3ft Honolulu. Administrators to the state ef Wm. French. J 517 -GALADVEKTISEMENTS. SHERIFF'S SALE. In virtns rf a vrit of Execution issued by C. C. Harrw, Esquire, Po-. lice Justice cf Honolulu, upon a judgment against KaiUmahuna, Komaia, Kanauc. andKeil.cna. defen dants in execution, in favor of T. Metel, plaintiff in execution, for fortv four dollars. I hare !rvip.t nn. a . nau expose lor s-ale to the nigncst bidder, en " Tuesday, the 9th day or Marchr at 12 o'clock M.,.' near the native church in Manoa Vallev, the follow- -ing articles, viz : Two Eed-stcads and one cream colored mare, unless the said judgment, interests, ' costs of suit and mv fees and it niuii?if.B le pre viously satisfied. " HENRY S. SW1NTON. -Honolulu, Feb. 9, lS52-4t-40 Sheriff. IM IS SUMS' S.2,E. F. A. Newiil vs. Geoeoe II. Bcsh and Jiles Dcioii. EFOIiE Wm. L Lee, Chi' f Justice of tUSu rericr Court of law and eauitv. By virtue cf a decree issued out of the Superior Court of law and equity cf the Hawaiian Islands, in favor of the above earned complainant, fcr the sum cf f urtec-n huudicd and eleven dollars au,d seventy cents, I ?hall cn Monday the 24th day of February next, at 12 o'clock noon, expose for sale at public auction, on the promises in Honolulu, Island of Oa hu. all the right, title and interest of George H. Bush, in and to all and singular the mortgaged prc mise3 in' this cause filed, er.d therein described as follows to wit: Commencing at makai west coirer of this lot, cn" mauka side of Hotel street and joining the estate re cently occupied by George Pelly, and running south C7 East, " one chain sixtreu and two twelfths feet along" Hotel street to cross street at the South corner of thi lot ; thence North 44" 45 East - om chain thirty and eight twelfth. feet," along cvoss st. to corner of house in this lot at Hght angle ; thence North 43" SO East along cross street, fourteen and a half feet to mauka Eat corner of this lot at "John Neddie's lot ; thence north 47fc 15. west, one chain, seventeen and two twelfths feet along John Neddies lot to George 1'tUy's at north corner, this ; thence south 41, 30, west "two chains "eleven and two twelltlis feet along George Polly's " lot to p!uc of commencement, together with the dw elling house and other buildings situate "thereon, and all the. privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging," unless the said decree, interest, costs of suit and mv fees and commissions he tjreviomdv paid. , C. C. Harris, W. C. PARKE, - Solicitor for complainant. Marsha! cf II. I.' Honolulu, Jan. 24, 1S62-K-2S ARSIIAL'S SALE. WLtreas a lite! was filed in the Supreme Court of Law and Eaiitv or the Hawaiian Islands, on the Cth day of Dec. A. 1551, against the American bri Kate, together D, wita her tackle, apparel and furniture, fcr a breach , of the revenue laws and praying the usual p?oces3 cf scia couri iu tne:r ber.ait to be maue, and all person interested in said brig Kate, together with her tackle, apparel and furniture, that they be and appear at said court at the next Jan. term in the city of Hono lulu, island cf Oahu, and whereas on the 15th day of January at the sitting of said court, A. I). 1852. said brig together with her tackle, apparel and furni ture was forfeited for said breach of the revenue law in said court of law and equity, therefore in virtue of ssid order from the Sup. Court" and to me directed, I shall on Mouday the 23rd of February next, expose for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the Custom house wharf in Honolulu, island of Oahu, the said brig KATE together with Ler tackle, appa rel and furniture. W. C. PARKE, Marshal of Hawaiian Islands. . Honolulu, Jan. 3, lS52-4t-37 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.' T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN Ap pointed Administrator upon the estate of James Young Kanchoa late of Lahaina, deceased, by WQ-. liam L. Lee, Esq., Chief Justice of the Superior Court, hereby notifies all person Laving claims against said Estate to present them to him tor settle ment, and all persons indebted to said estate, to make payment to him within three mcntha from this date! JOHN YOUNG, Administrator. . Honolulu, Dec. 10, lS51-3m-22 THE UNDERSIGNED, ADMINISTRATORS to the estate of the late F. R. Vida, in offering the stock on hand to the public, would respectfully invite those who have previously taken their stores from the late deceased, to inspect the stock on hand, and should any of the whaling fleet have touched in the spring at Guam, andjaken supplies from San Ju-. an & Co., they would feel obliged byja continuation of their custom here, and in order to insure a ready sale,' will offer the goods at a very low figure. The arti cles on hand consist in part of the following : F DRY GOODS. Navy Canvass, Denims, Calicoes, Long Cloth. Mouse line de laine Dresses, 7-8 and 9-8 Prints. ' Diapers, Table Cloths, Colored Damasks. Grass Cloths, Silk Hose, Woolen do. Brown Cotton 1-2 Hose, Kid Glove3. Cotton and Silk Gloves, Flushing Coats, do Pants.' Guernsey Frocks, Blue Shirts, "W oolen Comforters. Merino Undershirts, Woolen do, Tweed Coats. Fancy Vests, Cotton Ru?3, Water-proof Coats, etc.' OP.OCTRIES. Bags Chile Flour, cajes Loaf Sugar, Crushed do. Brown Sugar, Prepared Chocolate, Pres'd Meats. Preserved vegetables and Milk. Tins Sardines. Tins Oysters and Clams, Sperm Candles. Mould do.' Manila and Spanish Segars, Tobacco, Coffee, Tea." Pepper, Jams, Mustard, Pickles in pints and qts.. . Cheese, Water Crackers, Manila do, Saleratui. ' Table Salt in boxes and baskets, Ccttoa Wick. Liaip Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, Paint Brushes. . Green, Yellow, Red and Elack Paints. Bottled Ale and Porter, Port, Sherry, etc, ets. . HARDWARE. - Iron Stocked Anchors, Chain Cables, Hoop Iron. Hooks and Thimbles, Sail Hooks and Needles. Bar and Rod Iron, Ctrpenter's Tools, Gridirons. Shingling Hammers, Hunter's Hatchet. Knives and Forks, Butcher's Knives, Brass Bells. Tea Bells Frying Pan?, Nail Screws, Door Lock. lunges, Iron puare, etc Cordage, Russiam Hemp Cordage from 1-2 to 1 in Che?, etc, etc, etc. A. P. EVERETT. Administrator. Oct. ll.tf-22. iTIkFFICE TO LET. The office lately occupied Jr by L n. Anthon, Esq., apply to Jan. 2, lS52-tf-34 A. P. EVERETT. rsnORENT A COTTAGE in' Nuuanu Valle;, JL containing three rooms, cook house to Capt. Luce'. . home, &c, cci t For the kev and terms apply a' Capt. Luce's house. or at this- office. Honolulu, Nov. 21-tf-28 FOR SALE. The premLes at the corner of Marine and Nuuanu Streets. These building are in perfect repair, and at present return 14 1 rent per month, lne payment: tonus applv to Jan. 17,-'tf-33 mav be made on ea.v J. J. CARANAVE. F OR SALE. A lot ol land in Nuuanu taller. abort distance from the premise occupied by VL O. Hal . Esa. Said lot contain 431 ratlioma has frontage of 99 feet on Ihe Nuuanu road, and is enclosed with a substantial pcket fcnc. For lernw, &c, appfj to J. C. SPALDING. July 12. 18519 tf EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The committee beg - to inform tLe public, that arrangements have been made for the regular performance of the Epis copal Church Service as heretofore, at Mauna Kuika at 1 1 o'clock A. M. on every Sabbath. Honolulu, Jan. 3, 1852 mrtynCE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PER- 11 sons having STOCK running In neigborhood of Puuloa that from and after this date, no cattle, moles or horses, will be permitted to graze upon said estate ; and all cattle, mules or horses found running at barge upon said place will be taken up and placed in pound and will not be released until the sum of three dollars per head for stock so taken be paid for damages sustained. The inland boundary of PUULOA estate extend from Lai Kekaa on Pearl river, and extends in a straight line to a stone wall on sea board, beyond the place called Kupaka 2nd, making an area 2244 acres. All persons are forbid riding over or trespassing in any manner upon said estate. . l Jut afrent. Isaac .nonwromerr, is msiruoci i - rest all person and confine stock of every descriptic found trespassing upon Puuloa ; and ail settle for the same must be made witi him. r cnAS.W.VTN Honolulu, Jan. 20, lW2-ta-37 ' mf V ' 3 ? ! ... 3 1 i -- . ; ' - -1 - if ? IP ii t; 5 r t it ! It V '- Feb. 7, l2-3t-33 Bark Favorite.