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pce-Admiral Thomo?W -&. t noon, on
0Uday. A 7J , ""Ml wlnrh. and on all
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from aJl the F- FIa is to be hoisted
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01 sunrise a Kin? and Queen mil receive at
Their Majesalf-past 7 o'clock, precisely, on the
the PaJacenat day, all Ladies and Gentlemen who
fSea presented at Court, are expected to at
QS, without further notice.
Ladies and Gentlemen, not before presented, can
attend with those who hare been presented ; with
that view they are respectfully requested to brin
with them cards countersigned by their respective
Consuls, with their names and the names of their
countries "plainly written m full that the same may
be announced correctly to their Majesties.
The Presentation, to their Majesties, of strangers.
will take place, at 8 o'clock, precisely
The large gate of the Palace will be open to visit
ers at 25 minutes past 7 o'clock, on the same evening,
Chamberlain's Office, 21st July, 1852.
APPOINTMENT BY THE MARSHAL.
John II. Coney, to be Sheriff of the Island of
Hawaii, vice Francis Funk, resigned.
TO THE APPROPRIATION BILL.
Be it resolved by theXobles and Representa
tive of the Hawaiian Islands in Legislative
Council assembled :
That pending the discussion on the Bill of Ap
propriations, in order to meet the present exigencies
of the King and Government, the Minister of Fi
nance is hereby authorized to pay all drafts July pre
sented by the proper persons, on the items of said
Bill which have already been agreed upon by both
Houses of the Legislature : but said Minister shall
advance nothing on the remaining items of the Bil 1
until finally agreed upon.
Approved this 6th day of July A. D. 1652.
TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT
TO ORGANIZE THE EXECUTIVE MIN
Be it enacted, by the Nobles and Represen
tatives oj the Hawaiian Islands in Legislative
Section 1. That Section 26 of the act to organ
ize the Executive Ministry be and the same is
hereby amended by striking out the words "Su
perior Court, and inserting in their place "Cir
cuit Court of their respective Islands" and further
by striking out the words "His Majesty as the su
preme executive" and inserting in their place "the
Section 2. This act shall take effect from the
day of its passage.
Approved this 10th day of Julv, A. D. 1852.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OF PRI
SONS FOR FEMALES DISTINCT AND
SEPARATE FROM THE MALES.
Be it exacted by the Xobles and Representa
tives of the Hawaiian Islands in Legislative
Council assembled :
Saction 1. The Minister of the Interior shall
have power to erect jails for female prisoners on
the several islands, separate, distinct and indiffer
ent districts from those hich may be erected for
mile prisoners, wherever in his opinion such separ
ation ehill be conducive to the morality, industry
and reform of said prisoners.
Section 2. 1 This act shall take, effect on the day
of its passage.
Approved this 10th day of Julv, A. D. 1852.
Keo.m Asa. ?
RELATING TO DOWER.
Be it enacted by the Xobles and Represenla
titet of the Hawaiian Islands in Legislalitt
Section 1. Every woman shall be endowed of
the one third part of all the lands owned by her
husband at any time during marriage, in fee. sim
ple, in free hold, or for the term of fifty years or
more, so long as twenty-five years of the term re
main unexpired, but in no less estate, unless she
is lawfully barred thereof.
Section 2. If a husband, seized of lands in fee
simple, free hold, or for a term of fifty years as
specified in the preceding section, shall exchange
them fr other lands, his widow shall not have
dower in both, but shill make her election to be
endowed of the lands iriven, or f those taken, in
exehanse, within six months after the denth of her
husband, and if such election be not made she
shall take her dower of the lands received in ex
change. Section 3. Where any person seized of lands
as aforesaid shill have executed a mortgage of
such lands, before mirriage the widow 6hall nev
ertheless be entitled to dower out of the lands
mortgaged, as against every person except the
mortgagee and those chiming undr him.
Section 4. Where a husband shall . purchase
linds during coverture, and shall at the same
time mortjragre his estate in such lands to secure
the piyment of the purchase money, his widow
sb ill not be entitled to dower out of such lands, as
against the mortgagee or those claiming under him,
although she shall not have united in such mort
gage, but she shall be entitled to her dower as
against all other persons.
Section 5. V here in such case the mortgagee,
or those claiming under him, 6hall after the death
of her husband cause the land m'ortiaged. to be
sold, and any surplus shall remain, after the pay
ment of the monies due on such mortgage, and the
costs and charges of the sale, the widow shall be
entitled to the interest or income of the one third
T- ili ar wr it a 4V Vtaw lifA o a liar nvsr
Section 6. A widow shall not be endowed ol
lands conveyed to her husband by way of mort
gage, unless he acquired an absolute estate there
in during marriage.
section ..When a widow is entitled to ajwer
in lands of which her husband died seized, she
may continue to occupy the same, with the chil
dren or other heirs ot the deceased, or to receive
(one third part ot the rents, issues and pronts
thereof so long as the heirs do not object thereto, I
without havin her dower assigned.
Section 8. A widow may remain in the house of
ler husband sixty days after his death, without
peiDg chargable with rent therefor, and in the
Voffan time 6he shall have her reasonable suste-
runce out of his estate.
Section 9. In case of divorce, dissolving the
narriare contract, for the misconduct of the wife,
f he shall not be endowed.
Section 10. A woman may bar her risht of
power, in any estate conveyed by her husband,
py joining with bun in the deed conveying the
pame, and therein releasing her claim to dower,
pr by a separate ceed releasing the same, made
Vt the time of the conveyance by her husband or
Section 11. A woman may also be barred of
per dower, in the lands of her husband, by a joint-
re settled on her with ner aswjnt Deiore her mar-
iagre, provided snch jointure consists of an estate
h lands, for the life of the wife at least, to take ef
fect immediately on the death of her husband ; her
fssent to such jointure being expressed, if she
e of full age, by her becoming a party to the con-
cyance oy which it is settled, and it she be under
ge, by her joining with her father or guardian in
'ich conveyance. -
Section 12. Any pecuniary provision that shall j
.-de for the benefit of an intended wife, and in
a of dower shall, if assented to as provided in
the preceding section, bar her right of dower in
all the lands of her husband.
Section 13. If any such jointure or pecuniary
provision, in lien of dower, be made before the
marriage, and without the assent of the intended
wife, or if it be made after marriage, it shall bar
her dower, unless she shall within six months af
ter receiving notice of the death of her husband
and of such jointure or pecuniary provision, make
her' election, waive such jointure or provision,
and to be endowed of the lands of her husband. -r
Section 14. If any provision be made for a wid
ow in the will of her husband, she 'shall, within
six months after probate of the will, make her
election or be endowed of his lands ; butshe shall
not be entitled to both, unless it plainly appears
by the will, to have been the intention of the tes
tator, that she should have such provision, in ad
dition to her dower.
Section 15. This act shall take effect from its
passage, apd repeal all acts, or parts of acts in con
travention thereof, provided, however, that it shall
not affect the widow's right of dower in the perso
nal property of her husband.
Approved this 10th day of July, A. D. 1852.
' AN ACT
PRESCRIBING THE NUMBER OF POLICE
MEN TO BE APPOINTED IN THE SEV
Whereas, it is thought proper to fix by law the
nnmber of policemen for each of the island.
Be it ected by the Xobles and Representa
tives of the Hawaiian Islands in Legislative
Council assembled :
i ti., .v. - i e t.i: r
uci-uuii j. uui mt-jiui. uer in i oucenien ior t
the island ot Uahu be fixed at 200; for the island
of Maui and its dependencies 180: for the island
of Hawaii 200 ; and for the islands of Kauai and
Section 2. This act shall become a law of the
kingdom sixty days after the time of its publica
tion in the Polynesian and Elele Hawaii.
Approved this 10th day of July, A, D. 1852.
Be it resolved by the Xobles and Representa
tives of the Hawaiian Islands in Legislative
That 2000 copies of the new constitution in the
Hawaiian language and 500 copies in the English
language, shall be printed in octavo form immedi
ately after the passage of this Resolution, and that
each member of the legislature be furnished with
two copies, one in each language, and that the
cost be charged to the appropriation for printing
laws and public documents of this session.
Approved this 10th day of Julv, A. D. 1852.
The cost of the standing
OTICE. The August term of the Circuit Court
for the first Judicial District of the Hawaiian
Islands, will be holden at Honolulu, in the Wand of
Oahu, on Monday, the 2d day of August next, at 9
o'clock A. M., and Ym. L. Lee, Esqr., Chief Justice
of the Superior Court, will attend to preside at ssud
Circuit. Heniiy Rhodes,
Honolulu, July 22, 1832 Clerk Sup. Court.
LIST of J urors for
Circuit Court :
P. H. Kekio.
W. T. Martin.
A. A. Napunako.
W. E. PiL
J. P. Waiaha.
G. Napahi. '
J. W. Opunui.
tue August term 1352, of the
G. II. Kane.
K a in a.
Kaiwi a huelo.
W. W. Pinehaja.
d. N. Pikao.
J. P. Kailiuli.
Clerk Sup. Court.
THIS is to give notice that I will pay ro debts
contracted in mv name without mv written or
der. 3t-ll " JAS. DAWSON.
AND FOR SALE. The subscriber offers for
sale a fine huihling lot on the Nuuanu Vallev
road, a few rods mnkai ot the residence of Mr. Di
mond. The above lot is about 50 x 150 fett in size,
and has two small buildings thereon, is well watered
and a fine location for a residence. Title fee rimTde.
Sra-11 A. BOLSTER.
SCHOOL BOOKS for sale at the Polvuesian V
Brown's grammar, Parker's composition exercises,
Leavitt's 2d, 3d and 4th School Readers.
Webster's Spellers, Elementary Arithmetic.
Robinson's Arithmetic, Morse's school geography.
Well's elementary and school Grammars.
ALSO, Every variety of Stationary for sale cheap.
Tissue, envelope, blotting and drawing paper.
Account books. Log books, Memorandum books,
Almanacs, &c, &c.
Honolulu, July 24, 6m-11
JEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED EX 44 Count
ess of Durham," from Liverpool, and for sale
By the undersigned : consisting of
9-8 Crimson & Chintz Fancies, do India stripe do.
do Chome 6tripes, do j added red plates,
do Orange ground Chintzes, do Chambravs.
Orange and yellow ground Fancies, Pink Madden ;
plates. White Tamboured Cotton (in skeins.) '
Assorted cotton Hosiery, Fancy Blouses.
Superior nite Drills, plain and fancy, bro Soap.
Iron Fencing Wire, Fire bricks. Blasting, Cannon,
and Sporting Powder, in k egs, Cables and Anchors.
CARR'S fancy buscuits, Nos. 4 and 5 canvass. -.
Assorted Tobacco Pipes, Euro ean Cordage, (all
sizes.) R. C. JANION.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1852-tf-39
NEW SURVEYOR'S COMPASS, 44 manufac-
turel bv C. G. King, Boston," with four pole
v,, . .V;.rX
July 6, 1852 tf-9
CASTLE & COOKE.
SAIL LOFT. Charles A. Taner, corner of Ma
rine and Nuuanu Sts. Honolulu, Sails of all
kinds made and repaired, New and Old Sails, Hemp
and Cotton Duck, Sail Twine, Rope, Hooks, Thim
bles Flags, &c, constantly on hand. -
The subscriber has also on hand and foi sale,
Masts, Spars, New and Old Rigging, Junk, Anchors
Chains, Blocks, 3 Patent Windlasses, 1 superior
Wench, Pumps and sundry other articles of Ship
Vessels will be taken along-side the Hulk Don
Quixote to heave down and repair, Ballast and cargo
may be discharged into the Hulk, and all necessary
gear such as Falls, Blocks, Windlass &c, will be
supplied on the most reasonable rates. Goods receiv
ed on storage on board the Hulk.
EF A large Scow to let by the day. Fr fur
ther particulars apply to the subscriber at the Sail
Loft. 6m-39 C. A. TANER.
TAKE NOTICE. All vessels engaged in the il
licit importation of spirits or wines, ale and
other spirituous liquors, are liable to seizure, and on
due proof, to confiscation and sale. The masters and
supercargoes of vessels so engaged, shall, moreover,
and all their aids, co-operators and abettors, whethtt
on board 6uch vessels or on shore, be subject to a fin
of OXE THOUSAXD DOLLARS each, and im-
prisonmeiiti until paid. G. P. JLDD,
3tl jmmsxer w x ir.anc:
THE Undersigned is shortly expecting an assort
ment of goods per 44 VATERTLLE" from
IiverpooL selected expressly to meet the demands of
This rssel was confidently expected to sail before
the end A ApriL HENRY J. H EAP.
Honolulu, July 2, 152. tf-8
POL, YNJjiSlAN, SATURDAY, JULY 24,
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, The:
British baraue RELIANCE. 242 tons : m.
piy m uapt. narrower, on board, or to the agents of ,
tne Hudson s Bay Company,
June 18, 1852-tf-6
FOR LAHALNA ! !
The ' fast-sailing clipper
schooner M KULUMANU,. Peterson master, will
run as a regular packet between Honolulu and La
haina, leaving Honolulu every Friday at 5 r. it. and
Lahaina every Tuesday r. m. For freight or passage
apply to the Captain on board, or to '
3m-52 : ALDRICH & RUSS, Kaahumanu.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO DIRECT ! !
The A. 1. clipper briz M. A. JONES.'
Newell, Master, will sail for the above nort MON
DAY, July 26th. at 4 o'clock P. M.
For freight or passage, having superior accommo-
uauons, apply to K. COADY.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Via Kauai ! !
fcVV . 7-i ...W4MJ .V.S, -UCK3,G,
Will leave this TiArt nn licr nnt romilor f-rin
i t-t-cy . or
For Freight cr Passage, applv to
R. G. DAVIS.
Honolulu, July 20, 1852-2M1
$ L F0R SYDNEY VIA TAHITI ! !
t32L The clipper schooner ROYALIST." H
arris, commander, will leave for the above ports,
on Monday next, the 26th Julv. lias sucerior ac
commodations for passengers. For particulars apply
lu x orter & Ogden.
Honolulu, July 23, 1852-lt-ll
GREGORY & CO'S
TO ALL PARTS OF THE ATLANTIC STATES,
r. rtjjtTi Letters, Treasure, valuable parcels
-'TiLf, f1 analreignt covered bv our open roll
issstf3-. cies of insurance, received, lorwarded
and delivered to and from all parts of California, by
Messrs. Mitchell &, Co. Honolulu, Oahu.
J. . Hart, . Liverpool
M. Williamson No 2 Rue Bleue, Paris, France
Thompson i Hitchcock 205 Broadway, New York.
Messrs. Kinsley ii Co, 1 1 and 13 State St., Boston.
Mr J. M. liurns 12 Exchange Place, New Orleans
Messrs. Rawle, Drinker jh Co. Hongkong, China,
and forwarded by them to destination in every di
Having the only Express by the NICARAGUA
ituuiJ, and tne best possible facilities bv TANA
itii, weiorvvuru ireasurc, g-c., oy eiuer route ao
desired, to any City or State iu the Union ; and also
to England, Ireland, Scotland and France, bv the
eit India Mail Steamers via Panama and Chagres,
or oy toilms orCuaaras steamers via New lork.
The saving effected in time required lor transmis
sion, and the lowest possible rate of charges, renders
tnis at once tne
MOST ECONOMICAL EXPEESS LINE EXTANT.
Parties making remittances to their friends and
correspondent, in the Atlantic States, Ireland, Scot
land and France, are notified that
DRAFTS AT isIGHT,
in sums u-s desired, are furnished by the authorised
Agents of this Express throughout California.
Our daily Express to and ironi the interior leaves
San Francisco, at 4 P. M., on the splendid steamers
"Confidence" and " Wilson G. Hunt," having on
each a careful Express Messenger, with a Sale and
tetate-rooin for the utmost secui it v.
JOSEPH W. GREGORY,
Principal express and remittance otlice,
corner Merchant and .Montgomery fits,
6iii-9 San Fraucisco.
AUGUSTUS DOENC1I. FLOllLNS STAPENUOHsT.
Dolmen & STAPEMIORST,
General Agency and Commission Cusines.
.Messrs. D. H. U'aticu Co., Ureuicn.
l - . M - J-,... I.. ..
Jniiii A. F'arsr, H-q.f
Uetr;e Uussoy, E q.,
Till) A GARDNER to whom liberal
ages will be given.
One of Stimpson's patent Ranges imported from
Iioston, complete, large enough lor a IloteL arplv to
AS'HER B. BATE'S."
Honolulu, May 6, 2S-32-tf- 52
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The tin-
2m. tlers'.sned Administrator to the estate of DR.
G. W. HUNTER of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
give notice to all persons having claims against said
estate to present the same to the undersigned, on or
before the 31st dayof August 1S.52; and all persons
indebted to said estate are hereby notiiied to make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
Honolulu, June 26-2ra-52 ,
Oil SALE BY CILVS. BREWER 2nd,
30,000 It planed, tongueel, and groved Boards.
30,000 It No. 2 planed .boards
25,000 ft 2 aud 3 inch Plank
5,000 ft Spruce Boards, planed
5.000 ft 3 and 6 Dc,-k Plank
20,000 ft Joist, 2 x 3, 2 x 4, 3 x 5, 3 x 6, 4 x 6,
5,000 4 and 5 ft Pickets
Case3 Blue Cotton, 1-2 cases Tir.k and Oraage
Superior Iron Ploughs with spare points, &c,
10,0o) sup. Spanish Cig-irs
Brown Linen Table Cloths, asstd. sizes
CHAS. BREWER, 2nd.
Honolulu, Oahu, June 15, 1852. 3m-8
REG ON LUMBER, consistim of inch Boards.
Fiauk and Rafters, for sale iu lots to suit pur
chasers bv the agents of the Hudson's Bay Company.
June 25, 1852-U-7
rWMlE UNDERSIGEED are prepared t make
JL contracts for the conveyance to this kingdom,
of passengers from London or Liverpool in ships
making a uirtci voyage. ir most comlortable ac
commodations will be provided, and the far-s, both
cabin and intermediate, fixed at the lowest possible
The first vessel laid on from London will be tie
first class ship 44 Maiit Catherine," 600 tons bur
ttn. PORTER & OGDEN.
Honolulu, July 9, lS52-8t-9
OTICE. The undersigned having disposed of
1 his stock and interest in the raiatinz establish
ment to Richard xilliland, would recommend him
to his old patrons and the public generally.
M. R. HARVEY.
"jV OTICE. The undersigned would respectfully
1 inform his friends and the public generally that
he has taken that old stand known as M. R. Har
vey's painting establishment and is now prepared to
execute all orders entrusted to his care with neatness
and despatch, and by sobriety and strict attention to
his business, respectiully solicits a share of the pub
lic patronage. RICHARD GILLILAND.
N. B. Work done on reasonable terms. ' 3t-9
TORE AND HOUSE FOR SALE. The val
uable Premises in King-street, occupied by
Hopsing & Co. Apply to
C. P. SAMSING & CO.
R. P. MICHEL begs to inform his friends
and customers that, being the sole proprietor
of the French Store, he does not allow any person to
purchase, settle accounts, or collect his bills in any
way whatever, without a written authorization from
himself. . St-10.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
The Premises on the comer of Pichari and
King streets, recently occupied by Mr. Wise; has
superior accommodations for a family- Apply to
ILOT AND NAVY BREAD, JUST RECEIV
ED per 44 Snow SqualL" and for sale in quan
tities to suit purchasers at the lowest market prices,
by tf-6 : J. C. SPALDING.
F. SNOW, OFFERS FOR SALE THE CAR-
M-B GO OF SHIP "ELIZA WARWICK. with
balance of Invoices on hand received by "Gentoo,"
" Loo Choo," 44 Bheruie," "Catalpa." 44 Chilo.'
debaran," &c. Dbt Goods.
Cases fancy print3, blue prints, orange prints
and bales denims, blue drills.
" Turkey cambrics, blue drilling.
blue sheetintr, Hanultoa prints, chambrav3 i
" striped shirting, camlets, heavy tweeds. ,
" ' caspians, gambroons, linen, tickings. "V
' " , Verona twUls, kremlins, umbrellas. "
. : 44 parasols, flannel draws, indigo blue cottons.
l" "' shirts (white), Hickory shirts, cord'y paats.
f cotton thread, half hose, cotton table covers.
: worsted table covers, Sagamon spool cotton.
: black and polored ribbons, white union pants,
fancy drill pants, London gambroon pants,
dressing gowns, Croton sacks, Ermineh sacks.
44 navy caps glazed covers, army caps.
44 black moleskin hats, drab beaver hats.
44 Guernsey frocks, India rubber braces.
4 rolls cotton duck, Scotch caps, bunting
Russia and Manila Cordage, assorted sizes.
Groceries, Provisions, &c.
Ebls. flour, do. rice. do. hams, tins flour."
Half bbls. dried apples.
Half bbls. and boxes crushed sugar.
Bbls. powdered sugar, boxes loaf sugar.
Tierces cheese, hhd. butter, frails almonds.
-Cases water, butter and soda crackers.
Kits mackerel, boxes codfish, cans salmon.
Cans oysters, cans green peas, cases Tomato catsup
Cases assorted meats, do gerkins, do mustard.
Boxes Winchester soap, do Castile soap.
Boxes rose soap, do cocoa soap.
Half bbls. tongues and sounds, do smoked beef.
Half bbls. beans, boxe3 herrings. -Half
bbls. cranberries, cases chocolate.
Cases cocoa paste, blackberry cordial.
Boxe3 ground rice, do farina, do sago.
44 maccaroni, bags Mocha coffee, casks currants.
Baskets champagne, bbls vinegar, do. cider.
Bbls. navy bread, bbls and half bbls mess pork.
Boxes olives, boxes vermicelli, baskets tapioca.
44 ground pimento, do. ground pepper.
44 44 spices assorted, do gelatine.
Bales hops, buckets mace, boxes congress lemon
Bags filberts, boxes gerkins, boxes salt.
Chests Pouchong tea.boxes capers.
Boxes blacking, boxe9 Bristol brick.
Townsend's sarsaparllla, lemon syrup.
Bundles calf skins, do red sheep skins.
44 pink sheep skins, do w hite sheep skins.
Rolls green colored sheepskins.
Sides rigging leather, do. harness leather.
44 oak tanned leather, do hemlock leather.
44 sides sole leather.
Boots, Suoes &c. "
Men's thick boots, do. fine boots, women's busk ins.
Misses' boots, misses' buskin., men's Oxford ties.
CT.ildrens' shoes and boots, misses' gaiters
Misses' ties, Jenny Lind ties, mens' rubber reefers
India rubber foot balls, mens' brogans.
Women's walking shoes, whalemen's pumps.
Men's pegged pumps, &c. &c. La.
Havana cigars, Manila cigars, short sixes.
Buitannia, Crocsery, Glass Ware, &c.
Glass lamps, tumblers, goblets, urns, stone basins
Platters, nappies, pitchers, hanging lamps, solar do
Side lamps, chimnies, shades.
Cases confectionary containing candies of all kind.
Furniture, &c. . . .
Mahogany bedsteads, hard wood bedsteads.
Black walnut couch bedsteads.
Imitation blat k walnut bedsteads.
Hair mattresses, palm leaf mattresses.
Feather bolsters, feather pillows, hair pillows.
Arm chairs, o!Hcc chairs, bar-room cfiaira.
Black paint, cans verdigris, do. chrome yellow.
Lamp black, umber, wliite lead, black varnish.
Pitch, glue, spirits turpentine, boiled linseed oil.
Kegs mineral red, Paris green, madder.
Prussian blue, chalk, yellow ochre, raw Sienna.
Venial green, vcrmiliion, furniture varnish.
Putty, tar, red ophre.
Patent fold.'ng ladders, tinman's machines.
Iron bedsteads, cart harnesses, plough harnesses, i
Anchors assorted sizes.
Chains 44 44
Tinned sauce pens, carpenters' tool chests.
Bars round refined iron, bars fiat iron.
Bundles boiler iron, do. hoop iron.
44 sheet iron, carpenters' planes and saws.
Platform scales, all size.?.
Wrought nails, cut nails, sheathing copper.
Composition nail", grass scythes, scythe sheaths.
Manure forks, garden rakes, hay forks.
Hatchets, shovels, and cases of hardware, contain
ing locks, knives, table cutlery, corkscrews, slates,
scissors, &c, &c.
Grindstones, boxes tin plate, ploughs, &c, &c.
Spruce plank, pine plank, spruce joist, deck plank.
Plainer boards, laths, pickets, clapboards, &c. &c.
Hand carts, ox carts, palm leaf hats.
Covered buckets, painted pails, painted tubs.
Axe handles, paint brushes, sand paper.
Whalers' oil casks, molasses bbls, whip lashes.
Grave stones, marble slabs.
One superior Phscton,
Also, one sloop boat in frame.
Honolulu, Nov! 22, tf 23
CMIY J. Ill-: A I HAVING REMOVED
to the store above that now occupied by
Messrs. ChaJ!?iian & Bowdcn, offers for sale the bal
ance of consignments per 44 Emilie," 41 Orion," 44 Av
oudale" &e, cousistiug of
Cases fancy rrinis, cases madder plate do.
doNavy blue do, do 9-8 Shirtings.
doD-8 Maddapollams, do blue Denims.
do Cambrics (each case containing asst'd colors.)
do Turkey Reds, do Domestics.
do Fancy Muslins plain and colored.
Superior white Flannels, Blankets, Waistcoatings,
Gentlemens white Cambric Shirts. Bayctta de cien
hilos, Barege Shawls, Hair Cord Checks aud Stripes,
colored Mousfecluies de laine, artificial flowers.
Paints and Varnishes from the old established
house of Nobles & Hoare, London. Cases of Perfu
mery from Price & Co. London, containing also, hair
oils, Shaving Soap, Bear's Grease, Kalydor, Macas
sar oil, Windsor soap, almond do, &c. &c, cases Port,
Sherry, Champagne and Madeira Wines from Shaw
Maxwell & Co., London. Allen's Sydney soap, Bat
ty's bottled Fruit (assorted.) Boxes of Candles. .
10 Tierces sun. Loaf Sugar in bond.
Honolulu, June 10,' 1352-tf5
W. VIXCKXT WOULD INFORM HIS
friends aud the public, that he has re-estab
lished himself at his old stand on King St., near Ma
una Kea st, where he is prepared to receive orders
or proposals, and to contract for building either in
SIO.VE, BIUCK, ADOBE, WOOD OT THATCH. ALSO,
BHIOOIXG, WHASPINO, SHIP-JOINING, &C.
Having had many years experience in the above
business in this place, persons can have their plans
dsawx and building furnished throughout without j
irouoie ro memseives, u acsirea, ana on me most
reasonable terms. -. ...
Orders from either of the Islands punctually at
tended to. x
In connection with the above business will be kept
constantly on hand and for sale a large assortment of
llJiJJLlt of all sues joist, plank, clap boards, pick
ets, laths, shingles, &c.
ALSO, a cood supply of Hardware for all kinds of
building purposes. Together with paints, oils, tur
pentine, &c. tf-46
R B. FORBES, AND FOR SALE BY
20 Cases blue cotton,
5 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-6hirts, '
1 do Horn and Ivory combs,
2 do Lasting gaiters, .
2 do Goat brogans. . '
6 do heavy do, ' - ".; ;
1 do Childrens shoes, - : ' .
8 do Womens fehoes, native pattern," 5 - -1
do do Kid R. R. Buskins, -
" I Bale twite, " - " " t : ' v ,
10 Bbls. Pice, ' '
4cas6 Preserved Meats, - '
Boxes, Pie Fruits, Pickles,
Preserves, Lemon, Syruu, SarsaparCla,
" Lozenge3, pain killer, capers,
Mustard, clams, Raisins. . -tf-3o
, MAKEE, ANTIION & Co.
OR SALE BY J. C. SPALDING, AT THE
lowest market prices for cash or amroved cred
it, the following assortment of Merchandise, being
balance of cargoes of 44 Loo Choo," "Andes," "Car
olus," "Esther Mav," and "Ooean," and invoices ex
44 Aldebaran " and" 44 R. B. Forbes."
j ' Dry Goods, & C.
uaiei ass.irieA rnnt.
Worsted Damask Table covers. Comforters.
Shirting Stripes, Furniture Prints. ' v '
Bales Maude Shawls, cases linen camblet lustres.
Bales Green and colored Bookings. v
Pieces fine China Grass-doth Muslin.
Do Medical Huckabuck.
Cases linen crumb cloths, do linen twilled Tape.
Do blk do, bales Scarlet Flannels.
Bales super acarlet twilled Shawls.
Bales Pelisse mixed Flannels.
Bales Guernsey Shirts.
Cases col'd Cashmorets, cases blue ribbed Hwe.
Kossuth do, white ribbed Shirts.
Zebra Hose, cases white and blue ribbed Drawers
aud Shirts, cases thick Satinet.
Cadet mixed blue and browa beaver rants.
Cases shaded Ombreys and fine muslins, ALSO,
44 Regatta Cashmeres..
Caspian, Lacouia and Kremlin Plaids.
Massachusetts Denims, blue and bro SLeeiing.
White Shirtings, Sheetings and DrlUs..
Blue Drills, Orange Strifes.
Merrimac 2 blue Prints.
Turkey red oil Print-, case? Lawns,
do Atlantic Denim s. .
40 Trunks containhii a complete assortment of
Gents thin Clothing, fashionably made, also,
Cloth, Dress, Frock and Sack Coats.
Fine white Shirts, Regatta and Striped do.
Hoots and Shoes.
150 Cases comprising almost every variety ever
before offered in this market
Groceries, Provisions and Ship Stores.
Loaf Sugar, bro do. Raisins, Dried Apples.
Ex. Table Butter, prime Goshen Cheese.
Chocolate, Honey, Oallego and Haxall Flour.
Chile Beans, ground pepper, whole do.
Spices of all kinds, in cases and at retaiL
Ground and jrrcen coffee.
Tea of all sorts r.r.d Let varieties.
Asst'd confectionary, Hams, navy and pilot bread.
Crackers in tins, comprising water, butter & Soda.
Mess Pork, do Beef, cases pres. clams.
Oysters and Lobsters, cases Sarsaparilla.
Lemon and Raspberry Syrups.
50 boxes Saleratus, cp-jo? yie Fruit,
Cases pres. Quince, Peaches and Plums.
Bbls. Pea Nuts, cases pickled Lobsters.
Cans scaled Herring, Tomato Ketchup.
Asst'd Sauce3, pickles in c.t and half gab Jars.
Bbls Ro..iu and Pitch,
Boxes bro No. 1 and 2 Salt water Soap.
Oars, Hemp and Manila Cordage.
Rigging Screws, Convass,
Linseed Oil and spirits Turpentine, Paint brushes.
Blind do. Sash Tooh, Varnish Brushes.
Tar do. White-wash do.
Stencil and marking do, Shingling Hatchets.
Axe do, cut and wrought Naus, snegar.
Havanna Cigurs, grae and Oronoco Tobacco.
Cases Chrome Yellow, Kejs Putty.
44 Red Lead, canni-ters pure white Lead.
Green and black Paints, Prussian blue.
Yellow Ochre, Litharge, Saddles and Bridles.
. Fine Eng. do, 600 doz Byass Pale Ale.
20 uoz Golden Sherry Wine. -50
cases Claret, 30 do Olive Oil, blank books.
Hardware asst'd, fine Pen Knives.
Table Cutlery, tine Ivory Combs,
Coarse Dressing do.
Silk and cotton Ildkfs. of all descriptions.
Silks and Satins, Ladies Persia dresses.
Fancy Goods, Sands & Townsend's Sar:i.iparilla,in
cases, Swam s l'anacea, 1 in ware ol all kinds.
Lamps, Lanthorns and Lamp chimnies.
Crot kery and Glass ware, Butcher's Knives.
Iron Spoons, Sail Needles.
Suspender buttons, Agate Shirt do.
Hooks and eves, lead Pencils, Violin strings.
Codlir.e?, Rose Soap, beads.
And a generid assortment of articles adapted to the
Foreign and Native tra .e.
Honolulu, April 23, lS.j2-tf-51
PRIAVTH KO SPITALI!
1 ESIDENTS AND STRANGERS VISITING
H Honolulu, have long felt the want of an estab
lishment of this kind, where suitable accommoda
tions and proper care could be had during sickness.
The undersigned, to meet this want, have provid
ed Suitable Bvildings in Nuuanu Valley, a. short
distance from the city, where they are now ready to
The situation Is cool and airy a great desideratum
for invalids to escape from the heat of the city, to a
place where they may leeruit health and regain
strength. Each patient will be provided with a well
furnished room, proper diet, convenience for Bath
ingand suitable attendants, so as to render them as
coiiifortable as possible and therebv facilitate their
recovery. S. PORTER FORD, M. D..
GEO. A. LATIIROP, M. D ,
Application to be made at the office of Itthrop &
Ford, Kaahumanu street.
Dr. Ford can be consulted at the ofSce evcrv day
ot 9 A. M.ani Dr. Lathrop at 12 M. - tf-lj)
TEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED AND FOR
ale by tho undersigned at his Tailoring esta'o-
ishment on Ring street, a choice selection of clothes
blue, black, green and brown, black and blue doe
skins, fancy linen drill, buff, black and blue cassi
meres, brown holiaud.3, super black sitin for vests,
Veil rings, black white and brown silk serges, black
and assorted colored cambrics, white linen thread,
assorted number 25 and SO, black linen tliread of as
sorted numbers, white v brown linen thread, assort
ed numbers, black and white suspender and strap J
buttons, lilies and straps, metal evcleta, assorted
.... r-,-. n .-. T 1 ! - l?Anlr nwl a&anA f j-.! vftI fn-ic:f t
black Italian sewing silk, Tailors' needles, Nos 3 and
9, drilled eyed, best spool cotton. 12 to liO, canvas
for pant bottoms, heavy canvass for coats, light can
vass, stitching irons, Heiniseli's points Heiniseli's j ai
trimmers, extra silk binding for ccati, velvet and bilk j p
buttons, gut buttons for ccata, m ecus, white vest
and pant buckles blue twilled flannel, fancy silk
vestiuss and a Luve assortment of other Roods.
C. H. NICHOLSON.
Profitable Husincss lor snlcl
frTHE UNDERSIGNED in consequence cf III-!
health iscs to dispose of his businen-s that of i
Ginger Br Manufacturer. 1 1'cre are all the ne?essTr.es j
for carrvir. on a'most successful trade, vii : crushed ;
6Ufar, ginger, navonng, an nxuigs tuu wuw uui
cicnt for. an extension of tne trace to t-e oer
lands, if re.iuisite.
Practical instructions wiU be given the purchaser!
until he has acquired a perfect knowledge cf li.e
buBinesR, and satiefurtory infoncation given as to the
business done, on application to me, nearly opp.oritej
the Frcnci Hotel. T. C. BUTTS. (
P. S. AH persons having claims upon me are re
quested to ?end in the tame immediately, and all
persons indebted to me arc requested to settle their
accounts forthwith. 3t-3 J
OR SALE in the town cf Lahair.a, a valuable;
two-story Stone House, and Lot containing!
sixtv odd feet in front, and two hundred rear, this
house being situated in the most pleasant and busi
ness part ot the town, i3 well calculated cither for a
store cr hotel, being well fitted up with bowling al
leys and out-houses. A warranty deed will te
given without any encumbrances of the above prem
ises. For further particulars enquire of th undersigned-
Sm-8. JAMES WIUTTIT.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All persons to
171 whom the late John Stevenson of Xaroanela
near Honolulu, btood indebted are requested to fur
nish the accounts of their demand to our Solicitor,
J. Montgomery or to T. C- B. ROOKE.
. ' NAKOOKOO-
Administrators of John Stevenson. . . :
Honolulu, June 21st, 1S52. -tf-8 - .
t BBLS No " 1 SANDWICH ISLAND
Oil Syrup for sale by ALDRICH k. RUSS.
: Honolulu, April 22, lS52-tf-50
OR SALU BY THS SUiSCEIBER :
;ow2 artIas oe7rg er.irs
i -" rJ Ou
carro ex " iicw oU, z?o ioitoa via :
110 Ash Oars. 115 Barrels, 115 half do, 10,434
Staves, 167 Heads, 23,000 lbs Pilot Bread, 8,500 lbs
Navy do, ia7 bbls. No. 2 Rosin,
. . . , J. C SPALDING. "
Honolulu, June 17, 1852-tf-fi .
DIVORCES granted in the Superior Court to
date in following suits, since August 16th
1851 : :
Kaahanui vs Kanaloa. Luainana vs Kaululaau.
Jas. Lewis vs Kohuki. - N&popo vs Puukapele.
Waiwaiole vs Kaaua. Kani vs Liliiebua. i
Kaumawaho vs Kauwahi Kekuauoai vs Kekebv.
Kapihanui vs KunahihL Paku vs Kaelele.
Kahaleilikoa vs Kanculu-Kaeha vs Kalawaiamoku,
po. or Henry Parker.
Naknokeaka vs Kaholoaa.Kaloko vs John MaQou.
Clerk Superior Court.
Honolulu, July 22. 1852-lt-H
"JVOTICE. Proper application having been made
Xl to Wm. L. Lee, Esqr., Clicf Justice ci the ii
pcrior court,by Kaili uuker for t' c appointment of ad
ministrators upon the estate of Kaili, late of Honolu
lu, deceased : Notice is hereby given to all per.-ons
whom it may concern, that Saturday, the 21st day of
August next, at nine o'clock a. s.. is a day and hour
appointed for hearing said application and all objec
tions that may be offered thereto, at the court house
in the town of Honolulu.
Clerk SuDerior Court.
Honolulu, July 20. 1332-3t-ll
J OTICE. Pni er aurjlication bavin? b,sn mn!o
to Wm, L. Lea. Lso.. Chief Juatlte of the Sim.
Court, by Keaweruahuelani, for proof of will and ap
pointment of administiators upou the estate of Kau
akahilau late deceased : Notice is hereby given to
all persons whom it may concern that Saturdav, the
21st day of August next, at nine o'clock a. x. is a
day and hour appointed for hearing proof of said will
and the application for the appehitmcnt of adminis
trators and all objections that c;ay Le offered thereto
at the Court House in the town o'f Honolulu.
Clerk Superior Court.
Honolulu, July 21, 13.32-3t-ll
: . .
7 OTICE. All persons in any xvay interested in
j, ie estate of Charles Davis, deceased, such as
cretitors, next of kin or otherwise, are hereby notifi
ed to attend the settlement of th? accounts of Freder
ick J. Lew, Jr., as administrator upon said estate, at
the Court House in the town of Honolulu, on Satur
day the 21st day of August next, at 9 o'clock A. It..
to show cause, if any they have, why the accounts of
the said administrator should not bo passed, and 1 e
be relieved from further duties and responsibilities in
this matter. HENRY RHODES,
Clerk Superior Court.
Honolulu, July 20, 1852-4t-11
"VJ'OTICE. Application having been made to Wil
X liain L. Lee, Esq., Chief Justice of the Supe
rior Court, by Stephen Reynolds, Administrator
aud Hannah S. Lyons, Administratrix on the estate
of Joseph O. Carter, deceased, for permission to sell
the real property belonging to the estate of the said
Joseph O. Carter, deceased : Notice is hereby
given that Saturday the l tta day of August next,
at nine o'clock A. M. is a day and hour appointed
for hearing said application, and l!1 objections that
may be offered thereto, at the Court House iu the
town of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Julv ISth, 1S.I2.
HENRY. RHODES. .
4t-10 CL-rk Sup. Court.
JEW'GOODS Just received and for sale by th
undersigned, a superior ass't of BERLIN
YARN for embroidery, comprising every variety of
color with patterns, canvass r.nd needles for working.
Also, gilt silvered and stud Beads.
ALSO, a large ass't of fine Pocket Cutlery, fancy '
riding Whips, Whalebone, Malacca and sword caaes.-
ALDRICH & RUSSV
Honolulu, May 7, 1352-tf-62
UST RECEIVED a lanre and desirable assort
ment Croekefv, consisting of fine blue dinner
setis, with extra meat dishes, cover Vegetable do,
sauce and gravy do. Soup, Dii.ner aud dessert plates.
Cups end Saucers, Sugar Bowl--. B'ttter Dishes,
Bowls, pitc-hers, &c, for Fate bv ALDRICH & RUSS
Honolulu, March 7, 1852-tf-52
UST RECEIVED PER REPUBLIK, FROM
,3 Bremen and for sale by the undersigned :
2 Piano Fortes, (warranted test quality.)
A large assortment Gents' fine Clothing.
60 M. Havana Cigars.
China ware, asst'd cups and saucers, flaeou, &t,
150 Westphaliau Hams.
25 baskets CLampaTue, &c, f.c Jfcc.,
Honolulu, Mav 12, lS52-Sm-l
rllE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR SALE, the
1 following Liquors and Wines, viz :
100 doz Clierrv Cordial, Anisette. Absinth, Rasp-
I berry Vinegar, Stomach Eiixer of superior quality.
tr onch extract reppernunt. Cogr.a!; in kegs of IS and
10 gallons, 10 1-2 hhds. Port Wine, 10 1-2 hhds
Sherry Wine, hhds Claret, ba-kets Champasme.
Von HOLT & HEVCK.
Honolulu, April 9, 1852-tf-4'J
'I ILL t
SUGAR MILL, (cattle
B- F. SNOW.
power) for sale by
A plan t'f the mill can be seen on application at
ii. r. Snow s ofhee. tl-w
0,000 galls. Mo-
e3 of lurenor quahtv
lroiu East Maui
Plantation, Coi sale bv
Honolulu. Mar?h 10,
PnuSoa Salt "Vork ! !
fZT'.IIESE EXTENSIVE WORKS are situated at
J the mouth of F EARL F.IVEP., Mtmd r.f Oahu
within pine miles of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
end possessing enc of the largest and safest harbors
upon the entire group cf Inlands, the entrance U
half a mile wide, easily distinguished aud has twelve
icet water over the bar at iow tide.
These wo;ki are capable of supplying the entire.
Patirfc Ocean with the aiiicle of SALT. Shipper
atid masters of vessels may tricure at modeiate
rices entile cargoes or sniallcr quantities of the
aoeve article at t.ie wrrks or deuvered on board
their vessels :a the harbor of Honolulu, in bulk, bbls
or mat tags by applying to C. W. VINCENT
Corner cf King and Mauna Kea streets.'
No cheaper ballast &r vesc-cls can be procured in
thia fcarcar, tiat the article of SALT. tf-40
N II A N D , .VND TOR SALE BY TUE
50 Cases Siearine Candie3.
i JO coils Russian Corpajte. as-crted tiii.
24 bales Raven's Duck, 4 tales asst'd canvass.
7 ca?es Lir.cn, 1 1 tales ties, and unblea. Rust-.'
j sheotirg, 4 ca uapklrji and lir.cn dan:iak tab cover
S casc was candles. 9 casts window glM.
4 ca.-e3 Lamj s cni Chimney?.
2 cases heavy boot, 10,000 ft 1 1-2 inch boards.
3o0 doz Eyas's Torter.
338 bars lrcn, flat, round and iuare.
0 bundles Rd Irou, 1-2 and 3-4 in b .'
150 caccs Maderia, 1"0 cas C'jiret.
43 ke;s Gin, 7 casks do, 15 tlla do.
ZiCOO Saonish clgarr. 10 btb cf 3randT-'
25 cas Liqwsra, ICO boxes e Tea-
Honolulu, April 1252-tf 4:V .
lOOPERAGE. C ii. Marshal, Qvmgtaken tfta
j stand oiHfi tornen' Fori and Hotel street.
nearly opposite hi old etand, would respectiully in
form 'the public tbat be is now prepared to execute
any orders in the cooperage line, at -the vboilrst
notice and on the mot reasonable tenna. Tub?,
hower bitifs, and work of ecry deitrtp?ion msde
to order. Feb. 15, ISI ,-40-ly
COOPERAGE. J. A. Bur Jick Laving tal,en the
stand formerly oc upied by C. ii. Marshall,
firkt door above B. F. Snow, will contiooe to carry
on the cooper's bmiiiess in all it? branrbe? at tb
above mentioned place, w here fie hopes that those
of his friend who have hitherto afforded htm a lib
era! patronage will not fail to ye him call.
N. B. 1 ,500 bbls water casks on band and for !
on libera! terms- 2-ly
REWARD. Any person having m hi
pessessien a letter q; letters aidree?d
fc Mors. G. L. F-LJiT. which v?re received fra r.t
: leaving '-hsrz or the izfo.-iicr at th.
HondiitJ, June 25, 12i2-3:7 ,
AWAHAN.tEEV. FOR SALE BX .
rf i: - . i . EYF.RETT.
post-office darir.g the nonth of Jamary last, cr wc-
clz. glvo lzj izfornt-03 whidi ijay l&ti to the r
cvarv cf said li--e."i. will xzsjvc H'.a iicve rewri.