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BUSINESS CARDS.
A. P. ETEKKTT,
COMMISSION Xrl CXI CHART,
HO.VOLL Ll. S. I. -H-tf
( ,.iiiiiH, c. a-aimor.
ALDRICiI At BISHOP.
Importers and Dealers in General Mer
chandise. Haaolala. Oahn, S. I.
lUJ Produce bought and sold. Agrnta for tbe tile of the
(,r JjcUoHlio Ijtiue ? lanlalion.-35-tt
ci'i:us iv. jo.vt co.,
Dealef in Wines and Liquors, .
cwa Si Cliif.rd-. BaiUiag, fot Kukamtii
S Street. 4-ly
FREDERIC OGDEX,
Importer and general Commission Merchant,
lij.sjLCLC. Oiui'. Hawaiian Islands. -Waaieil
Bill, of xci.-ii;( en Ealad, t ra.ee,
aai gtte coiled Slate,
li. ..Maaej- adraacrd an wiU bound train
tai. part t Svdaey, mr atber part.af the Aa
irxlua Calamies.
IRA RICHARDSON',
Dealer in Ship Chandlerr, Hawaiian Pro
duce, and General Merchandise,
C.raer of Aueea aad N'aaaaa .treet, Honolulu,
Uha, H. 1. "
B. F. SNOW,
Importer -V. Dealer in General Merchandise,
ilaavlala, OdUa, Uavr.xii.iB 1ImbJ.
fj- Bills of Exchange on foreign countriei wnnted. -3't-tf
KOIlKItTC.J V.Mli, -Merchant
and Corauiisson Agent,
lloajlala, Oaliu, 11. 1. 35 if
11. ilAt'KFtiLI) Jfc t O.,
General Commission Agents and Ship
Chandlers,
Honolulu. il.ika, 11. I. 35 lf
J; C. SPALDING,
Commission Merchant and Importer,
llaa.Iata, Oaha, H. 1.
Wia'rJ, bill of Exchange 0.1 th. L. S. and Europe. Con-.i'-i
aeaw Iroin abroad promptly art nded to I-UuJ
jce ol all fciad taken to Kixnangr lor goods.-Jj -tt
ahfo.io,
"" ' c. P. SAMSIXG & CO.,
Dealers in China Goods,
Honolulu. Oahu, II. 1.
)B b,oi an i f'r 'e, sag", il.iases, l ea and Coffee 3tf
M. I1CII
4i:siTI i Il.YCLE.
Dealers in General .Merchandise.
Hoaolnla. Oa'ia. S. I. 3-tf
VINCENT (iRENIER,
Importer At Commission Merchant.
Xanana Si reel, Honolulu.
J. J. Cass,
Asent, loiiol ilu
fro, ielor, Bur-Jean.
CxiARLES RREWER,
Commissi o 11 Uercliauti
J.l.sIOH, I". S.
f 7-:"er U Mini, Asihos & O. aud ft. U Wooo.-35-tr
C. BIJEWCK 2il,
General .oamisiou Merchant.
Hauolulu, Oalin. S. 1.
,,.v x H anc-d oa txvarai.'e terms lor Bills of Exchange on
'u Caitd -Stares, EnUad, t.r Frante.-.n5 tt
j . r;i os. spen:i:r,
SUip Chandler and Commission .Merchant.
Honolulu. Oahn. S. 1.
f i -vs 'ip'.V-e.l with rerresl.me .ts provision, 4c at tUe
s u. le-t i ti.:e, ou reanible tcrul- V milers bili.-
. .V . CHILI ,
lllil S. cocic.
c:astli: V COOKE,
I.a;urteis aud Wholesale aud Retail Dealers
in CJeneral Merchandise,
A: tae -Id st.tn J, corner ol King a-l Sch-K.l strt-ets. Bear the
1 ,e...3 st,me Church. Au ., at U5 --'"re formerly oe-u
,,:-J br C. .1. .Nich .U.u. in Kiuj Jt., opposite !lo? .-e-iChapel.
' Jj 1
i:obi.so &. isiicii.
I ap jrieis, and Wholesale Dealers in Wines,
Liquors. Cigars, .Sice.
a. t R.inte..d ke-pini Ur.e ad well assorted stock of t he
be; aii!itr at ihe lowest b e prices, am! U llu
nirpt r Rh .des will remi.n in San Francisco for a
.,aijfri:e period lo , lect. w.:h ins well kni v.. good
t s e J iJ j .4 -mem, the be- that inaric t aff .rds. previ
ous to i.n vi-itiug Enaiand to make permanent ai rang-m-n
hr f nare suppe-a5-U
nrT.C. StLCHEII,
UELCHERS vV CO.,
Cattmis.ion Merchant and Ship Chandlers,
Honolulu, Oabu, S. i.
.c-..acs-i-e corner of Kiahtimmi and Merchant t. Money
a3,nce4 ... lav-..r,le tw.ns lor Whaler's B.lU am the
L'ait-d tatei aad Europe.
C. Til. HC1 CI.
V in HOLT Ar HETCK,
General Commission .Merchants.
Honolulu. Oahn. S. I. 35 tf
W. X LAUD.
1MPOHTER-AXD DEALER IV HARDWARE,
r on sirrri, '
P. MICHEL,
Dealer in rieaeral Merchandise.
Hoaolala. Oahn, I.
At th Freacs ft coraer of Nauanu and Marine t,-55 tf
" a a.cLaaa.
GULICIC A CLARK,
laiportersand Commission Merchants,
KinTl.. Hoaolaln.Oahn.S. l?tlL
J. WORTH,
Healer in General Merchandise,
Hilo, Hawaii.
.Mn.ed wit Recruit, at the hortet Botice.on reason
able terms. Bills of Eicrha..gewa.te tlo
EENST KRCLL. IDVARD NOLI.
KRULL & MOLL,
Imparter and Commission Merchants.
S:oae store, French's Yard. - 18-tL
a-caaLr, . . .cujo.
Tt. COAOV & CO.,
Skip Chaadlers Ar Commission Merchanis.
Houolalo, Oaba, S. I.
e-irt wppliei wiiH refreshment, provisio -e, tc
e,t ...rtiee, o. ras..ble term. S. B.W d. J1'
en' bill on the V. S, or Europe, for which money will
be advanced 0. favorable leriu. 3-tf
RICE t CO.,
Aactioa and Commission Merchants.
Hoaolala, Oaha. S. I.
KtJobsj F Coiaca. Auctioneer.-3&-tf
FELD IIEIM & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
Queea at.. Hoaolula. Oaha. S. 1.
J. W. R1XMAXX V CO.,
Merchants, IIoaolBln,tahu, S. I..
Xaaaaa St. . deer abere Kia ; Su g'-'f
I. PITNAHT. w
Ship Chandler and Dealer in General Mer
chandise. Byroa'a Bay, Hilo, Hawaii.
Sbiptiappii.a wit feneral Recruit., Wood,fce.,attb. bort
t ..tice. a..d anet raaoWo t.rm ia exchange lor
ilia or roods adapted to tbe market. Wanted, VVIialer'a
bills 01. the United Six let or Europe, tax which money
will ba ad-aDcel oa farorable term. N. B. -Storaje
f 3 or 4 00 .arralt taJien at castow.ry rtee3&l
r.natut., e.HormiJia.
B. F. BOLLES &. GO.
Commts,0n Merchants, ship Chandlersand
General Atents,
lahaiaa, Maal, II. I.
Sb:ps fumixheJ with recroiuv. Wtialer'n Bill wtnted, on th
L. 3. and Europe, 6Toao--SSf
G1LMA& CO.,
Ship Chandlers and General Ajenta.
laiaa Maui. S. I. -
!i'5 sullied wrtb MccKtiiT, i-Toai, '
BUSINESS CARDS.
PAGE, BACON .& CO.,
11 o iv o lu l r .
Drafts bought on the principal cities of the Uni
ted States and England, also sight Exchange for
sale in sums to suit. 23-tf
B. JAY ANTRIM,
Datjuerrean Artist,
Located on Rose Lane, east side of King aireet, opposite tlie
Bethel, Honolulu.
Pictures taken in every variety of the art, by the latest improv
ed methods. .f2-6.n
II. STA.NGENWAI.D,
IIO.VOLULC DAGl'ERREAX GALLERV,
Kin- street, opposite tl-e Globe Hotel.
47 Picture, taken in aar weather. tf
W I L L I A M M A X V E L L,
Butcher,
At Stall XC 1, 2 and 4, in the w Market,
Will supply Ships and Faiuilirs with the l est i.f Fresh Beef,
Mutton. I'ork, Ate., at the must rosscnia'.le rates.
JQr ?toc and Vegetable. -m plied to Vsel at abort notice.
Corn beef and Tongues put up to order. 43-3m
B. F. HARDER.
Botcher and Sausage Maker,
Honolulu, Oaliu, S. 1.
Would repeci fully inform the Re idents and Ship Masters
that they can bo supplied with the be-t BVef, Pork and
Mutton at bis establishment, tbe Rose Cottage Market,
nearly opposite the Metbel, at the very limvst price
Families, iioiels and Hoarding Houses can be supplied
at any time of day with the test t-aiisiges, Pork .c.
Ve-sels supplied" with Corned Beef and Live Stock on
the ehortrst noiice.
flrrnobilu, Jan. !, I.V 35-tf
EDWARD KOPKA,
Working Jeweller,
Forl-Si., 4 door, below Hotel.
All kinds of Jew elry m ide and repaired, at tbe shortest notice
anj on reasonable term-.. 43-6m
. . FLITN'ER,
Continues to repair Ciiroi omelers, at the old stand:
sun and -tars with a transit instru 1 ent mail, f- A
by Koki-ll, LivriMHl Partirular attention eiv-SLl-i'
eu to tine watch repxirins. Sextant and U ladrant glas
ses silvered and ailjusted.-3.VU'
tr oDl'VIil.'Hnel' , - 11.
-"f?rwAiiAX teah Navigation Company.
Office 011 Merchant sr. , over liu-R.es
tI-23
& Co.
C EI. M IIOL-0.,
-Merchant Tailor.
f Estabii.lui.cjit opposite .seamen's .:J:apel,
Honolulu. Oaliu, II. I.
A large assortment 01 H.oadcloths, l.'assiuieres ai.d I. men
Itrihings. constantly for rale. Garments nade at niiuil
notice, in latest f.tshion. 3o-tf n
J. R. OPITZ A CO.
Coffee Saloon and Cigar More.
Neil door to Sea me u. Reading Room.
tfj- Luncheons at alt hours. M;m
J. FOX'S
Bakerf aud Grocery Store
Honolulu. Oalin. S. I.
Nuuanu street, bet eeu Chaplain and Hotel -.ireets.-Si-tf
! llt, I. XOllH.A Jl.
M OSS 31 AX & SO.N,
Bakers, Grocers and Dealers iu Dry Goods.
Xiiiinnu St.. Honolulu, Ualiu. S. I. 3.' ti
C. A. TAN ER,
Snil Maker, Honolulu, Oaliu, S. I.
ilascoiistautl-, on band and tor ale, l.eiup and cotton I'mi-
- - ... .... L - . I . .1 I . 1 .
va-s. Duck, Kii I i. iii rio s. ., euie-, i cm1
and ever, tunic a;.ieriaim. g
to the trade. Orders i
nr. 1,1. anil executed u itii uuick desoatcll. 1
DAM El. JAN NEB'S
Restaurant Republic,
ileal at all loir-, and i irh tin lx-t tie m;:ile ttrd
Ma.,na Kea .-t eel, 1 door beb.w l.ibe ty Hail. -3-Vtl
P. EM. ME liT
Lithographer.
PORTRAIT:8. L-nd-t..pes.. i rivate ile-id.-nces M r.ps, Dans,
i;ih-liead, Circul rs. Lahe's. liu-ine-s, iii.vv,aiid Vi.it-
iii2t anN. iie.-.tiv L;Ui..-.-i apbtd anil ' !sr..veu.
Portrait, and Lan.t-ce p:ti teu in Oil or V..ter-Color. AM
...H..r. i...i!. mi i.rmiitiv, ernteil. Carai-ir. ' Bui id-
in::, ovel Vince. t Gn-n'ier, Xi aim r-t.. lii': o n'u. vy-ti
Boot aud Shoe Manufacturer, Shoe andlLea-
ii 11 ui ii
ther Dealer. i
Hnnulnlu. Oahn. S. I. j
At the Prick ?hoe Store, to. tier ol Fort and Merchant sis. 35-t j
S. JOI1XOX, j
llnn.p f'nrnenter. &r.. 1
Snrrrmor tn l". II, Uwrr
Work ?!mp o : th pr.uiise f.ij iuing the Fr. r.ch Hotel All
orders pn rM:iy atteiiue.l to and j .bhi. p .loi.e on rea-
aon .ble terms. I'lins and sp citjcaiions ilraw n to order,
tt'-v!3
FISCHER "V JMSGI-.XS.
Cabinet .M.ikers and French Foliohets,
Hotel St. oppo-ile Goverumenl llotix-. 4:-t n.
STIT A RT A- R A II I ,
Cabinet .I.ker- and Turner,
Honolulu. (Jah ii. S. I.
5- Si:cres--.,r to It. A. S. V....d, on II -t. I stree.. 35-tf
E. in: Ei: EX,
Manufacturer ofSi.da Water nud Syrups,
4.1 Commercial Hon I. XuuauuSl.
tf 1-2
W.H. W ERST Ell,
Land A?ent to His Majesty.
Office ia ttte Kims' Garden, Beritania Street.
II 4
ATTOniJEYS.
JOSEPH P. GRISWOL.D,
AllorneT at Law.
Office Kaahamaau Street, II taolnlu, Oaarn.- 6 tf
J. I. . C 1 1 A M R E R L A I X,
Attorney nt Law.
fHtlr fnri 1 1 oe.
4vtf
AUCT1C1.LLHS.
M. C.
u c t i o n
MOX:
AR RAT,
II o n o I u 1
e e r ,
Oabu. S. I.
i5-tf
I1EXRY SEA,
Auctioneer,
Over the Store of R. Coadr A-Co.
25-tf
G. D. Gl L.MAX ,
Auctioneer, Lahaina,
Maui. S. I.
4-tf
COOPERAGE.
CI1AS. H. BUTLER,
Cooper, Honolulu, Oahn, S. I.
Tbe urtler-iroed will coi.tinue to carry on rt. buaiBeea of
Cooperinj!, ia .11 it branebe., at ilie . Id Mand, for
merly occopie.1 by Swain Butler. Particular atten
tion riven to Gaufiny. by Ounte.
&r-Cha. H. Bntl-r thiIi inurm ni ine.u- r..m,
v-s. . : . 1 -. i,n ,n nmmnl ana Imu.eaill
inai II. will i .... -...-k --- r -r- .
attention to -II tb.ir order. would alo invite ihem
tncallandei-minehi. larte . ofCaka. Bsmls,
Tuhs, ate. Batbinil ub. x., made to order. , au
J. A. BURDICK,
Cooper, Honolulu, Oahn, S. . I..
HaviBf taken tbe premiie formerly occupied by W . V Iean
ftoiel su, near M. an. Kea .t. will eontinne tocarry on
th. cooper", buainenaln all iu brancne. at the .bor.
mentioned plac where be bon.1 - ih- of bia fnendn
who bT. hitherto afforded hitn a liberal patmnat. will
B. f il to five bi ...call. N. B. 100 bhU water caak.
on band and for gale on liberal term..
C. II. MARSHA I.I,,
Coorer, Ilonolnln, Oahn, S. I.,
Y s. -h. V i tba rard m raar of Ue toreformer'y
HMWS?ai by ri- harVi o" a4 would r-epectmlly
ork of every desenptio. made to order.-3-tf
HENRY C GRAHAM,
r- n..lnln. Onhn. S. I
ZVCZZZh "rry on the ae
in all .t. branche., on the premise. f
Died bT C. A. Taner. an. a aail lots whew bn hope., by
Sottention bone... to mentaah.r. of pubhc
pitrnsc.
Si
BUSINESS CARDS.
PHYSICIANS.
D R. L. C. BR O Y
French Physician and Surgeon,
LATE OF OREGOX,
ill sire gratuitous Connultation. at hiiofflce
iu Nuuaau Si., every m.rning from nine
to eleven o'clock, A. M. i-ly
( HAS. F. :UILLOU,
LATE SlRfiEOX UNITED STATES XAVY,
Con.ular Physician to Sick American Seu
uen. Office corner of Kaahumartu and Queen Street, up
stairs ;) Residence, Alalea St., above Hotel, near
the Hawaiian Theater.
Respertfullr offers bis professional services to resident fam
ilirs. to the .hipping, and to strangers generally. Medical and
surgical advice in bnglljli, French, Spani-b, and liaiian.
Office hours for tbe present, from 9 to 10 A M., and from one
to 2 P.M. 41 tf
S. PO TER FORI)
Surgeon and Physician,
Kaahntnnnu t.. Honolulu, Onhn. S.
N. B. Particular nttention given to the treatment ot diseases
otihe e.e and ear.-3i-ll
GEO. A. LATIIROP,
Physician and Surgeon,
, Houolulu, Oabu, S. 1.
Olfice at the .Market Drug Store. Residence corne of Fort
and f?e retain a sts., next above tbe Catholic Church,
G. P. JL'DD, 31. D.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Honolulu. Oahn, S. 1.
Office corner of Fori and Merchant street-. Office oiien fr.-ni
9 A. M. to 4 P. M.-35-tl
E. HOF F.MANX.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office in the Xevr Dru4 Siore, Corner of Knnlm
mann ami U"""" St.. Make &- Anthou'.
Block. Uweu day aud uikl. tt 11
JAMES O'BRIEN,
Surgeon anil Physician
OlHce in Fort St. 3 loorbi-low tit' corner of Ho
tel St. aud oppo.ite tbe Store ol' K. Uavi.
gj- 'articular attenti n paid to Chronic diseases. 12-tf
C. II. WET310RF,
Physician and Surgeon,
Hilo. Hawaii S. I.
N. B Mcdccine Chests repieuisi.ed on reasonable ter ns.-35-
D. C. STOCKING,
Dentist.
Ladies ird G--. t!cm. n who de-ire Dental np-ratioi.s, will
pb-ass leave onlers at Rt:gg e- ic Co. liug More, CiT
1 er ka Oiumaiiii and Merchint streets.
Operations -ptrfurmtd af Prtratt RtMiltntts 33-f m
DR. Ch. Fr. BE RG,
Physician aud Surgeon.
Honolulu. Oaliu. S. I.
Office, Alakea M , ear Lie CiTiier o Hotel and Alukea sts
:i-u
l . ir.r.Li.
a. a iHimu.1.
RI'GGI. I'.s & 0.,
Drug store and Dispensary,
Corner of Kaah imami aud Merchai.l streets. O, en m all
hours of ihe d.iy and night. Prescr'ytions rarelui:
roinioiinded. 1 1 44
UIJDERWRITSnS.
FI-ORE.NS ST A PEXIliRT,
Acnt for the Bremen Board of Underwriter.
TH.-; CNDEii.-IG EI bavins l-i ii appointed .grni f.-i' il.e
Bremeii Hoard of I'nderw filer-, begs to inform the coiii
nterrial p'ib ic in gnier.il. that al. aver gctUiiii - against
the suio l."ndcr niers, iccii:ri g iu r b in this Ki. g
d..ui. w ill ! ve lev. i.'ied ly liim. -M..-ters .f Hr. -men
ve-el- mt. rin: this r any of.tr pott . f the Ha
waiian Island-, in ui-tres or average. r- r.q ic-ted to
ai'iov to the srfine t Hi ir t-arlie-t c. .nvemenre.
' FLOUEN: STAPE IIORST.
ILnilii!, lt Jul; , IS 4. "J Iv iifo.-e Nijiuitreet
KRULL & MOLL,
Agents of the Hamburg and Ltiheck Un
derwriters, Honolulu. Oaliu. S. I. lS-tf
t
i LOB
! S10EE. T-. F I. AN CON I & A. ME
LLE, Xin- Stic. t. II nolu'.u. Oahu.
sortmtnt ol Urv Goods, Clothing, Tro-
; a -mr i;
rt 1 '
1 1 lliCfa! a
! visioti?, etc.
! rr AnsoHiMcnt Uenerai tic JT-jrw.a;:, ttawiemews.
j Souveaute, etc.
1-tt
Ilawaiiusi Sl-am I' osirin Company.
A. G. TllERSTOX, 3Iannger.
Office in Houolulu House, oppo.ite I'ose. Rrieon
Keh. 1, H 5. -V . o.
39 tf i
iEORGE G. HOWE,
j tJTTT'lT? TVTT".TT ATT.
Id U LiAJti. ATAiiiW JClXAo. X
f yPJ Corner f Qnern aai.N uuanu Si.,
on the Paachard I'rini.e..
43 tf
snip a.i avi, stoiii:,
HASODADI, JAPAN.
WWT C. REED, and T. T. DOUGHERTY, late oi
I V V . the U. S. Consulate at Honolulu, beg leave
! most respectfuijy to inform M i.-ters ot Whale Ships and
others, that they h.ve forme.1 a Co-F irtnerhip fr the
! purpi.se of carrying on the Ship Ch indlery. Naval Store
and General Commission business at the above named
i place, where they will constantly keep on h m l a gener
i al assortment of Ships' Stores and Recruits.
I AV. C. REED,
j T. T. DOUGHERTY.
P. S. A larjre assortment d Anchors ana nains
nd Whaling Craft, constantly on hand. sy"i7
"ITnrHoxoLiii ikon wours.
The undersigned is now prepared to manufacture
allk nds of
MACHINERY AND MILL WORK,
and also all kinds of Iro.v and Brass Castings
ma le to ir ler. Also, Sawi.no of LcMBtn prompt
ly attended to
' i.tf . D. M. WESTON.
HONOLULU BREWERY MALT EEEU.
The undersigned having established a liriw
erv in Honolulu, Fort St., opposite the French
Hotel, are now prepared to supply tamines, no.e.s,
boarding houses and bar room, in kegs or in bottles.
Ail orders will be punctually attended to. Cap
tains and passengers will be accommodated at the
shortest notice.
25-tf J. J.RISCIIOFF & Co.
PACIFIC EXPRESS COMPANY,
R. G. XOYES, Prcident.
J-OR THE TRANSPORTATION' of Freight.
? Small Parcels and Letters to and from the At
lantic States; also throughout California. Oregon
and the Pacific Coast generally. Collections of ad
kinds will be promptly attended to at ary of the
points mentioned. KICE it CO., Agents.
Honolulu. April 16th, 18o5. 50-tf
" WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
EXPRESS ! Mi
FOR UNITED STATES AND EUROPE.
a m
Merchandise and Specie transported to all
parts ol iae norm.
44.tf K. COADY V CO., AfentS.
ilDAItlS & CO.'S EXPRESS
FOB CALIFORNIA. OREGOH,
United States and Europe,
rfl, m tTfinTrtjtinn cif ererT dcscnDtion of
a ' af
Merchandise and valuables.
Agents fir Adams & Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 3,18-54. tf-13 .
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MELCIIERS & CO. have on hand and for sale
the following assortment of new and desirable
goods, recently imported per LEAXDER :
Dry Goods and Silks.
Furniture print9, two blue do, do do embossed do,
Llue and oranrje do, gteen and orange do.
Two pink and white prints, plain turkey red cloth.
hite shirting, blue cotton, brown do, blue drills,
Brown do, white twills, regatta stripes, Bengal do,
Blue striped bed tick, cream col'd sheeting, "
Bleached do, white osnaburqhs, ravens duck.
Ginghams, blu flannels, white do,
Woolen Blankets, assorted colors, velveteens,
Fancv cotton drills, do half linen do, elastics,
Halt wool buckskin. bearskin, superfine broadcloth,
Paletot cloth, printed cotton weits.
Elastic suspenders, turkey red hdkfs., fancy cott do.
hite cotton tape silk corah hdkfs..
Black and fancy silk cravats, blk silk hat ribbon,
Col'd satin ribbons, French silk shawls,
Io do dresses, do silks and satins, jaconet dresses.
Checked muslins, Swiss do, rich muslin dresses,
Ass'd Orleans, zephyr wool, silk umbrellas.
Do parasols, cotton umbrellas, ladies' silk bonnets,
Wide awake hats. Italian straw hats.
Military cloth caps, Scotch caps, artificial flowers,
Gold and silver fringes, do do lace, brocade ponchos
1- " .L1. . 1 - .
Fancy do, Mexican serapers, table cloths, towels,
Irish linen, bunting, red, white and blue.
Hi'StEKV, Clothing, Shoes, eic.
Ladies' white stockings, men's cotton do,
Socks of every description, tine woolen do,
Sailors' heavy stockings and socks,
Cotton undershirts and drawers, woolen do, ass'd,
Flannel drawers and undershirts.
Blue and scarlet flannel sailor's shirts.
Blue serge do, hickory do, printed cotton regatta do
French i-alico do, white linen do.
A gieat variety of superior made clothing,
Jackets, coats and pants of every description,
Heavy pea jackets, do trowsers, cloth cloaks,
Orleans do, pique, atlas aud damask vests,
iJLen's slippers, sail irs' shoes,
Lasting gaiters, calfskin boots.
rruxirrur.. Glassware axd Cuockeht.
Mahogany bureaus, do loiiet stands.
Do washstands with crockery complete,
Do chests of drawers, do bureaus, with sideboards.
j Cane scat chairs, lacquered wardrobes,
Do washstands with crockery complete.
Complete dinner sits, tea and coil'ee do.
Cups and saucers, butter stands, rlat and srup plat63,
Ass'd bowls, inus and jugs, do toilet set,
Do soroiis, water monkeys, tinker cups, wineglasses,
Tumblers, common glasses, cruet stands, sa t cellar-s,
Ass'd Belgian window glas, from 10x8 to 16x0.
II AKii-vVAKi:. FturuMtuY axi Scxiiuiks.
Looking glasses in wood I'ramus, drawer do,
Jews' harps, harmonias, accordeons.
Fine jilaying cards, traveling boxes, cigar cases,
i'ockct book.-, blank d, toolscup paper.
Ruled post do, steel pens aud holders, leal pencils,
Choice French pcnuinery of all kinds,
Lau cle cologne, i-rcui-h jewelry, nne wax vistas,
Clay piles, blacking, yellow soap, wliite do,
Superior saddles anil bridles, horse brushes.
Curry combs, cloth brushes, shoe do, h;iir do,
Tooth do, paint do, walking canes, dart do,
White horn combs, black do, ivory do, bone buttons,
White metal thimbles, brit. metal tea and Cuifee sets,
Do table spoons, do tea do, do soup ladles.
j Brass candlesticks and snulfers, sailors' palms,
j Caulking irons, ships' scrapers, lamps, needles,
Cork screw-, curtain rings, ballast shovels,
I scissois, pen and pocket knives, sailors' do,
1 Butcher do, taliie do and lor'-.s, carvers, sad irons,
C.jli'c-e mil Is. carpenters' tool chests, hammers,
I Lhiels, gouges, .uw files, half round files, li.tt do,
! -i s juare do,, wood rusjis, tine braces with 30 bits,
j liiii.l iCts, ut steel hand saw, back do.
I Saw blades, ass'd augurs, composition cocks.
i Carpenters' brass compasses, sacdlers' buckles,
I oaijie plane irons, hollows and rounds,
! Bead pianes, and a variety of other hardware,
I l'crcussiou caps, Coopers' revolving pistols, in cases,
J with implements.
Tinned iron water kettles, frying pans, stew do.
Cooking stoves with pots and kettles complete.
Iron money safes with patent locks, iron bedsteads.
Bran, do. lio mortars and pestals, tin plates, J. C.,
German Moor stones, ass'd teals, red and other kinds
I Honolulu. March 1!0. 1S54. tf-lG
rrj BOOTS AND SHOES. At the
VJ liiiKK Shoe Store. Just received
anayl -a-Hanother lot ot those Ccstom Made,
comprising the most extensive varietv
of LAUU. GETy, MISSES', BOYS', ASD
CHILDRESS' BOOTS, SHOES AD GAITERS,
ever offered in Honolulu, all of which, quality con
sidered, will be soli cheap.
Also. Gents', Hoys', Misses' and Children's plain
and lancv HOSIERY, of superior quality.
Slioe Findings, Pump Sole. Rigging, Harness, Bri
dle, Rand and Wash Leather. i
Blacking. Shoe brushes. Leather Preservative, (a
suj eiior article for sea boots, harnesses, ami carriage
tops.) Neat's foot oil, Sparring Gloves, &c.
N. B. Boots and Slioes made and repaired with
neutness and dispatch, and all work warranted bv
U3-tt J. II. WOOD. '
7".AXILL). T wo Journevman Boot and Saoe
Makers, to whom good waives and steady em
ployment will be given. None but ood workmen
need apply. l'3-tf J. II. WOOD.
NOTICE TO WHALE-SHIPS.
M'
KSsKS, BAIN ec BURTT, General Merchants,
ship and Coininission Agetils, residing at
Auckland, New Zealand, hereby respectfully tender
tiuir best services for supplying ships with stores
and refreshments of every kind, for purchasing or
disposing of oil, bone &c., for cashing bills ot ex
change, and generally for the transaction of allothcr
shipping and mercantile business.
JZ? For sailing directions and eneraliufonnation
ifclative to the port of Auckland, Messrs. Uain &
Burt 1 beg 10 refer commanders of whale-ships and
other vessels to their Circular of June, 1952,
copies of which may be had on application to
Henry J. lds worth. captain of the. port of iono.
lulu, and to the Consuls of the United States. at
Lahaina. and Hilo.
Fiaolulu, Nov. 19th, 185.'- -tf-28
ROBIXSOX At RHODES,
IMPORTERS and WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
. l"ne$, Spirits and Cigars,
UAYE on hand a large and well selected stock,
which tliey are enaided to oJfer to private fam
ilies and the Trade generally, on very favorable
terms.
MarteU's Pale Brandy, in hhds.
Do Dark do do
Otard, Dupuy &. Co., in bbls.
Hollands Gin, in I doi cases.
Duff Gordon Sherry, very fine, do
Topaz, do, straw color, do
Golden do do do
Madeira, do
Champagne, Heidsick and other brands, do.
Lafitte Claret, do.
St. Julien Claret do.
Old Port Wine do
Cherry Brandy, genuine.
Cherry Bounce.
Sauterne,
Scotch Whisky, (CampbeU's.j
Monongahela, ,
Brandy.
Marzetti's Ale and Porter.
Bryant & DAvia Ale.
Barclay's London Stout.
Baird's Ale. AH in cases of 1 doz. each.
Ten-g illon kegs of Brfndy, Rum and Whisky, in
bond, for ships stores.
14-tf.
TEW GROCERY" STORE. J. L. BLAIS
1 DELL begs most respectfully to iafonn tha
public that he has opened a new Grocery Store, in
King street, where he hopes, by moderate charges,
to merit a share of pnlic support. tf-26
B n 3 u t I) 0 r i t n
AX ACT
TO TRANSFER THE BUREAU OF PUBLIC IM -
rKUVLMLXTS FROM THE OFFICE OF THE
. MINISTER OF THE INTERIOR, TO THE OFFICE
OF THE SECRETARY AT WAR.
Whereas it is desirable that surveys of the coasts
of the Islands, and of the various harbors and
inlets thereon should be made; and whereas it is
indispensably necessary that one or more com
petent engineers slnuld be'eneaed for tha mil
itary service and whereas principles of economv j
require that seperate expenses should not be in
curred for the performance of these various du
ties of civil and military engineers:
Therefore. Be it enr-.cted by the King, the No
bles and Representatives of the Hawaiian Is
lands in Legislative council assembled,
Sec. 1 All duties prescribed in chapter 3, part
1, of the act to organize the Executive Depart
ments of the Hawaiian Islands, and all other duties
Mating to Public Improvements, shall cease to be
performed by the Minister of the Interior, and the
bureau of Internal Improvements shall henceforth
-the a bureau under the charge of the Secretary at
I (IT 1 III 1 r .... J
War, who shall perform hereafter all duties assirm
ed by the above mentioned chapter to the Ministcr
of the Interior.
Sec. -J. All monies henceforth appropriated by
the Legislature for Public Improvements, shall be
drawn from the Treasury and expended under the
direction of the Secretary at War, who shall tc
count for thf same in his annual report.
Sec. 3. This Act shall take t fleet from and after
the day of iis passage, and' all laws and parts of
laws i conflict therewith 6ha!l be, and are hereby
repealed.
Approved this 14th dav of June, 1855.
"KAMEIIAMEilA.
Victoria K. Kaaitcmant.
AS ACT
TO AMEND THE LAW RELATING TO APPEALS
FR.JM THE B JAltD OF COMMISSIONERS TO
QLTLT LAND TU'LES.
Whereas, tii functions of the President of the
board ol commissioner-' to qniet land titles ceased
on the '.iln diy of March Id-35, by the dissolu
tion of th s iid boird as required bv la v;
T.iEKEroRE. Be it ea icted by t!ie Uin. th No
bles and Iteprescufiyve" oi the lli.vaiMii 1s
linJs iu L'jg-.shiive council assembled,
Sec. 1. Tint upon any appeal bein taken from
the decision uf t.ie bo ird of commissioner-! to qui n
laud titk-s after the :D3t d iy of .March ihe
Bond reqmr -d by S -ction 7, Article 3. C!npter3,
of tlu Act to oran ze the Judici try Department,
tor sucli appeal shall be approved by the .Minister
of the Interior.
Sec. 2. This Act s!n!l ukc efiect fro:n and after
the djy of its p tss:i'e.
.Approved this 1 4th day of June, 13.j5.
KAMCH AMELIA.
VlCTOBlA K. Ka AHUM AN c .
AN ACT
TO ALTER AN ACT, ENTITLED AN ACT RELA
' TING TO THE WAl'LK LOTS CALLED WAIKA
IlALL'LC, MAKAI OF THE FOR I' OF HONOLULU.
Be it enacted by the Kin, the Nobles and Repre
sentatives of th e Hawaiian Inlands in Legislative
council assembled:
i-- 1 Tl.a sJOm; .,.,.. pi . .t,,, r'a
the .ill. Swln.n in t!i F.wlish er,rir.n f An Arf
...- ' V. U a-. llll Ullllll.l III UIC I 1113 VI
ction in t:ie L.!i2lisn version ot .An. Act
.he Water Lots called Wa.kahalulu
th. Fort of Honolulu, h,!l be, and
rcl itm to
.'U&IIU1 IW- 1 (III III IXOdtJlWlIU s.IM.1 U', UII'J IS
vii-.. r .i.
ui. i-' ati itr'.-ii uui, aim mr nuiu iiiuuiiiiy sua-
.;j r, . j i . r . 11 -
inn version ol the said section of the said Act shall
!.a w l - 4 j 111 - si .tll"ll 1 1,115, O .1 I VJ CIK1II
.be and is hereby erased without the substitution or
lanv otrer worj
Sec.2. The Minister of the Interior is hereby
authorized to sell one or more of the lots of Wui
kahaluld in like manner with all other Real Estate j
belonging ta the Government, alter riving the no-
tice required in section 4, of the s iid Act.
Sec. II. This Act shail take effect on the diy of
its passage.
Approved this 14;li dav of June, 1853.
KAMEIIAMEilA.
Victoria K. IliAnrMAxc.
Royal Hawaii, in Agricultural Society.
Annual Meeting. (Continued.)
Thcrsdat, June 14.
The Reports of the several committee!- to
award premiums were presented, and were as fol
lows :
Rr.POKT OF THE COMMITTEE O.t CaTTLE.
Mr. President, and Gtntlemcn of the R' . Agricul
tural Society:
No imported stock, Class I, or native crossed
between imported and n-itive cattle, Cl.is- II, were
exhibited. (See list of premiums for the years
16.)4 and 1655.)
a-, 1 1 1 .1
ty, we award for the o.ten. No. 1 -L S3 or a hre
medil.
For the fat ox No. 125. $5 or a lare medal.
M. C. MONSARRAT, Chairman.
Mr. President and Gentlemen of the R. II. A. So
cut y.
Your committee on horses report as follows:
Class 1. Imported Horses.
18. Best blood Stallion over 4 years old. Capt.
Meek's '"Oregon as he has carried off the first
prize before, wo award a certificate.
10. Best blood Mare over 7 year3 old, Mr. TV H.
Anthon's "May Fiv" Il'J.)
20. St t'dion, horse of all work, over 4 years old, I
none entered.
21. Best brood Mafe of all work, over 4 years
iold, Capt. J. Meek s 'Lady Eleanor" (113.)
22. Bpst Stallion, draught, over 4 years old, j
none entered
23. Best brood Mare, draojht. over 4 years o'd,
Mr. Bullions' black Mare (No. l5.)
Class 2. Native lloasts.
24- Best Staliion over three years old, Capt- J.
Meek's Young Oregon" 109.
25. Best brood Mare with foal at her foot over
3 years o!-i, MrJ. G. Lewis' bay mare. (J7.)
2G. Best Stallion over 2 yeard eld, Capt. J.
Meek's so rel stallion, (HI.)
27. Best Mare over two yean old, J!r. Asher B.
Bate.' Mare (102.)
Colts.
29 & 23. none entered.
Ge torsos.
30. Best gldiniT, Mr. J. Uominis, 65.
31. 2d. best gelding, Mr. W. S Allen's, 67.
It was hard to d'Kride between those exhibited by
Mr. Moffat, and thiwe to which we have given the
premiums, aad we think Mr. Moffctt entitled to a j
premium too.
We noticed an imported
2ld:r2 belonging to
Mr.' L H. Anthon, which is a noble animal and we j
recommended the same to your aaention.
Mr. Paul Manini emc-eo a gey stallion 3 years
me omy amma.s on tne proiinu were one ; I!nportt.,i froin the United States: but the commit
fine yoke of working oxen, 7 and 8 years old : one leR were unab',e to award a premium for this r.im
fit ox, ae not st ited ; one cow and heifer. All of p;e? as x-ne qantity required for a premium was not
native breed. ! exhibited.
our committee, iu the beuef that Class No II, ! Coffee. The commute award the first premi
was intended to "inbnc! native stock, as well as ; u,n 0c g jq or a gilver cup for the lot marked 5.be
th it mixed with imported, are of opinion, that the jnj a sample of the crop raised at Napoopoo, Dis
anim ils exhibited ;-.re entitled lo con-idf ration, and nctct Kona, Hawaii, during the past year. 'I'his
trusting to the well known liberality of the Socie- ' ,.(,ir. was of fine ouahtv and verv aromatic.
j old, sired by S. Thompson' imported stud, which
i we recommend to your caasideration ; he beiap
j a fine and 9trong horse.
There was a n itive stallion beloaffinc to Mrssr-.
i DroKw",rhich l nice uunti after ihej.i.Ig.
es had'peparated, but which we think about i jjuod
as the best. This stallion is from
"Orejjoti
aii.!
has many excellent qualities.
Some horse were brousht to tbe fair after the
time fixed for the entry, and no we could nut take
notice of tbetn ; we regret it the crore as some of
them were very valuable animals.
Respectfully submitted.
L. L. TORBERT, Chainnaa.
The committee appointed to judge and repoTtcti
Sheep and Swine beg to report as fellows :
We do not conjider any of the sheep exhibited
to be of sufficient merit or quality to enable us to
award a prize.
In pis the competition was very limited, only
three being- exhibited. The Black Berkshire Bear
imported, No. 135, was a very fine specimen, and
we consider him well entitled to the first prize. -
Two Native Sows, No. Ifio, were exhibited, and
we consider them to be of good quality and enti
tled lo th? first prize.
For the Committee.
JNO. MONTGOMERY.
In addition to the above award, youTeommittce
bejf to add that a number of excellent fleeces rf
wool of superior quality were exhibited and w
award premiums to the following: numbers, viz: 72,
73 and 74.
For the Committee,
JNO. MONTGOMERY.
To the President and menxbers of the R. JI. A. So
ciety. Gentlemen, Your committee on grain, flour,
seeds, and field crops, having examined the differ
ent samples of the above products exiiibited, have
awarded premiums to the following, as numbered
at the exhibition.
Sample No. 41, Best simple of Wheat, 10 or sil
ver cup.
" No. 7G, do. do. 20 ear Indian Corn,
$5 or medal.
" No. 77, Best bushel of Indian Corn $5 or
medal.
" No. 100, B?st variety of Beans S3 or rned
al. No certificates or descriptions of the modes
of culture. &c, as required bv the society, have
been forwarded by the owners of tbe fcilowir.
I samides but your cotmnittee would recommend
i rrf miiiiiis to bi? awarded a3 follows:
For sample No. 42, B.stcrop of Wheat nut less
than two acres, 15 or a cup.
This simple your committee are informed was
raised by a unlive named Kekaha, a member of the
auxiliary society on East Maui, at Makawao, and
was from a field of 59 acres producing about 23
bushel per acre although this falls two bushels per
acre short, according to the society's rule, still
vour committee are of opinion tint as a reward of
industry, and a stimulant to farther exertion the
award iil be beneficial.
Simple No. 07, Best sample of Irish Potatoes
S3 or medal.
This is the only sample of Irish Potatoes exhib
ited and is a fair one.
Simple No. 1, Best sample of Tobacco, $10 or
a cup.
This is a sample from the plantation of Messrs.
Archer &. Grubcn of Waimea, Kauai, and is from
field tf 30 acres. There is no account ot the
,. 1
Cultivation Ol l.ie C rop U1UU
with Ihe sample, but
i . ' ' ' .
! :iV:n,J of l;,e P?r ne "T a b, J
;! P""
: , - . - . .1. I
tn ? society, vour committee consiuer uiai me awe
. i , i a
Droiriiuin miiht to be awnrueu.
i W C0",:"1.,.eC W0,I,d ,hU 'L
that a''
) g s m ,. I
i)'"0 $ T a C,;P ,e 7,,
j(if eliLMole) who manufactured the
! P!f3 of, Wheat Flour nd ,ndian '
party
excellent ntn-
Cora Meal ex
hibited.
Two smali samples of Hawaiian cigars were ex
hibited by Mr. Montgomery, pnt up in a neat and
business li'.ce manner, but not in a sufficient quan
tity to entitle them to a premium.
Your commute- regret to state that for many of
the premiums offered by the society Ihere were no
competitors, and that so tar as line Drancii ot me
'exhibition is concerned it will not compare favora
I bly with that of last vear.
Kcspectruiiv euominea.
V. WEBSTtR, thairmaal
To the President rf the Royal Hawaiian Agriraltur
al Socidy.
The committee, appointed to award the premi
ums for the best samples of Sugar, Syrup and
Coffee exhibited, would respectfully report as fol
lows r
Sugar. They award the first premium of $15
or a silver ;obIet, for the best one hu.idred pound
of Muscovado Suar, exhibited in lot No. 50 ; be
a sample of twenty tons mannfactnred at Ma
kawao, Island of Maui, during th present year.
The sample of siijar n.arked 51 was of good
nualitv and refim d bv means of animal charcoal
1 1 J .
The committee were noillf to awatd a preminrn
for the lot marked 13G, beinj
a simple of coffee
raised at Hanalei, Kauat, us the requisite quantity
1 wi,s not exhibited, but they would remark, that this
coffee wasf'f fine quality, well cleaned, and worthy
jof a premium, if ihe requisitions of the society
: had ben comolied with. y
Sracr. There was no syrup exhibited for a pre
mium. Respectfully submitted.
J. V. AUSTIN, Chairman.
To the President of the Agricultural &citfy:
The committee of Judges n Poultry, Dairy an.I
i Cheese res;xrctfti!iv report, that the show k una
department, did tn d:t to the society, as all the ar
ticles exhib.ted were excellent, wi;w:it exception.
It is known thai there are several varieties of Poul
try noon the islands in eood condition and C:riv!E,
and U is to be regretted that sufficient interest has
not been excited to induce tne owners ione we:n
'at ihefiir. Ther was but one lot of her. s and
one lot cf ducks for the committee to exaro'ne.
Horace G. Crlb presented f ir our.corwideraticn
one cock rd io hc-t s vf ihe Shanghai Breed
which the committee regard a.s entitled t a prerci-
urn r tiieir kiiperior rner.L Tbe stock wa pro
cured from ihi American .tcaincr Su-qrjf hanm on
her way borne from Japan, ad the specimens of
them produced came evidently here with jrc-i care.
Mr.Cracb stated to the comaiittee, t:;e youn or. w
are to a feather exac:Iy ahke ar.d a!r Xhi young
cck3. The fow'm on exhibition will be five month3
old on the loth June in--, aai thit the larcprs; f
the pulicts has laid 17 and the ether 25 t-cgr.
Before the exhibition closed another egg was fouru
tn the coop. The eo'ciuittee are or' opinion !:ty
siiould uke ihe prize offered for "Best Lot oi r.-Ki
try owned by exhibitor," $5 or a silrerEVr: -
'A Lcsn hen xh:bi:ed bv MiaS Eaaisa Sci'-T at- .
tracieu tne atuctioa of the encsaitte'e a a
lar ctirioa:tv. bein
covered with feithera p-
peann-r IiS ni:r.
I: ia Jonbrful -wiefier tb u-
troductioa of the stock 1 tiesirabla. -
There was but one !ot cf Duck cn eshird'c
ami th-y belonged to Jaa. I. J) jwett. r Tm-' t-.n-J
VrOK'itrfCK'

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