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j GENERAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
THE POLYNESIAN. DECEMBER 5, 185T.
THE ilGEETT OP THE
HDSON'S BAY COMPANY
OFFERS FOB. SALE
s I OLIO WING ASSORTMENT of GOODS:
ffEK'S striped Guernsey Frocks;
jl Long Cloth Shirts; Black Silk Vests;
Vel Trowsers; Glace Silk and Satin Cravats ;
t:erproof Coats; Cloth Caps;
;.ite Kid Gloves; black Glace Mantles;
j k Lace Mantles; black Cachemere Mits;
t.lic Lace Sleeves; white Lace Mantles;
jja's Woolen Stockings; men's wh. Cotton Socks ;
j lies' -white Coton Stockings;
pi; -.t Cloth Trowsers; sup. fine Cloth Trowsers;
-j ,e Cloth Jackets; fancy Check Coats;
Jmbrics, Tape Checks, Ilair Cord,
.Vconet, Printed Lawns;
j.-):ed Printed Muslins and Bishop's Lawn;
j e and Muslin Sleeves.
Jirkey red and yellow Prints; 30 inch Ginghams;
t-i striped and brown Holland; Canary Prints;
ported Table Covers; white India Jean;
yfi ite Marseilles; sup'r white Corduroy;
Wi;;;c Drills; fcatm ana Brown Drills;
tinted border Iland'kfs; Pink glazed Lining;
Cloth and Maddapollams.
Si red and Check Silks; China Corahs;
:ad:a Bandanas; Brocade Ilandk's;
&: and Brussels Silk "
St:' Silk Handkerchiefs; black Silk Serge;
?l ilins of assorted kinds; Parasols;
tk Silk: Mantles; black Glace Mantles.
Ai orted Blankets, large size; Blue Serge;
Jf ored Valentias; fine white Flannel;
Fluey Vesting; Merino, 40 inch, assd;
Vpenters' Adzej Smoothing Irons;
ies of all kinds; flat Bar Iron;
imii Iron; Tea Kettles, 4 and 6 qts;
dives and Forks; Locks, ass'd; Needles;
ir.d Saws; Pit Saws; Scissors;
Optics; Shovels; B. M. Spoons;
4s Butt Hinges; Plane Irons;
Truck Wheels and Axles; Cut Nails;
Slucepans; Cross Cut Saws;
Tir.c.n Saw; Brass Screws;
Lm Screws; plated Spurs;
;i.w German Silver Spurs; Iron Cringles;
Lin Hooks; Jewtdiarps;
iit.hers' Steels; cast iron Pots, ass'd;
rirry Combs; Claw 1 1 ammers;
"j-.il Brace Buttons; B. M. Soup Ladles;
ifsscrews; Coopers Hi vets;
Hurdles, ft. long, with 4 upright and 4 hori
I zontal bars,
fee: Iron; Coopers' Anvils;
:h ing Pans; Tinman's Wire,
ij assortment of Saddles and Bridles, Girths and
:irrups, Cavalry Saddles with nalters, Bridies,
vr.g Saddle Bags,
"swerved Meat and Vegetables;
;a.ees; Pickles; Pie Fruits; Mustard;
ifflines; Pickled Oysters,
j NAVAL STORES,
iltir.p and Cotton Canvas;
T&ow Metal; Sheathing Copper;
'l-ier Boat Nails; Sewing Palmn;
path's patent Pumps, with fly-wheel;
-i: Rope; Ratline; Spunyarn;
ff:ffd Rope, ass'd sizes; Manila Cordage;
-irk Varnish; Ilambro Lines;
-imposition Nails; Copper Tacks;
Ii; Seaming Twine;
Attiicial Horizon; Boiled Oil;
;pV Scrapers; Spirits Turpentine;
Ladles; ass'd Paints; Caulking Irons;
't.pjsition Spikes; Flemish Tacks.
paying Cards; Mane Combs;
?4 er Knives; Ivory Card Cases;
?te Brushes; Tooth Brushes; Shoe Brushes;
irry Combs; "Whips; Decanters;
lie Glasses; setts Chessmen;
liaise Shell Dressing Combs; Ivory Fans;
Jive: Wine Corks; Percussion Caps;
' f '.e Blacking; Wrapping Paper;
- atjwax; Sandpaper; Shot Pouches;
f ached Huckaback; UsnaDurgs, &c. sc.
It r own Soap; Mottled Soap.
Sandwich Island Salt.
Tancouvct' Island Coal, at 15 per ton.
Honolulu, 25th March, 1857. 47-tf
j Portraits of His Majesty.
tFEW COPIES of the finely executed litho
graphic portrait of His Majesty the King, are
Se by the subscriber. The picture is 22 by 25
in size, and can be procured unframed or in
i suilt frames, neatly made,
frice in gilt frame?, 10,00 each, in the sheet un
fed, $3,00 each.
f toons ordering from the other Islands, can have
? prtrait packed and sentbv the first vessel.
Is-tf H. M. WHITNEY.
iE UNDBR81GNED NOTIFIES ALL PERSONS
I tiring clalHit against him to present them for ettleroani
f'totae 15th of NoTembtrnext; and ailj fj j
4 to kim requested to py their mils by tbs m
without Tanker notice, or their accounts wU be pucaa
hwd f im attorney for f oUectioa.
t F. MICHEL, ff nb Store, A juum it.
r?ilfirnIa" ,5randy Mintage 185G.
T rlf UN'!,EISIED off Sale
-k. uaniornia Brandy in assorted packages and
m quantity to suit purchasers. This Brafdv is
guaranteed to be a pure distillation of the juiSe of
the Native Grape, and possessing in an eminent de-
fhfrl vl ma an? delicacy 01 flavor which
the California Grape is so highly renowned. Com
petent judges have pronounced the quality to be
lully equal to the best French Brandv; and the pub
lic are assured that not only the Wine from which
this Lrandy is made, but also the construction of
the stills, and the whole modus operandi, are pre
cisely the same as used in France : in fact, the prin
cipal difctiller himself has been for many years fore
man of a firm celebrated for their brandies, in Co,
nac. We trust that a discerning public will appre
ciate the importance of the introduction of
PURE NATIVE LIQUORS,
as a substitute for the vile poisonous trash, known
as Mixed Brandy, with which our market has been
The bloated, bleared, and disgusting specimens of
humanity that we meet at every step, sufiiciently
attest the effects of the deleterious Oil of Cognac,
and the no less poisonous Fusil Grain Oil, contained
in the (so called) pure spirits used in the adultera
tion of genuine liquors.
The subscribers are enabled to offer this FINE
BRANDY at less than half the cost of French Bran
dy of the same grade, and they confidently invite a
trial of its quality, by sample or otherwise ; believ
ing that the people will sustain them in ther endea
vors to introduce our
and also to check the torrent of poison which has,
up to this period, deluged our State. To Physi
cians and others, wishing a pure article for medici
nal purposes, we can confidently recommend our
Caliiornia Brandy (oven in preference to French), on
account of its undoubted purity. To the Public at
large we will simply ?ay, TRY IT !
JAMES T. McDOUGALL & CO.
175 Sansome street, San Francisco.
Just Received per "Yankee!"
A ND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
A llczs 20 Hall, cnrli.
of Messrs. James T. McDougall & Co.'s Superior
Samples at the store of
21-tf VonllOLT & IIEUCK.
Cargo per Kameliamelia IV.
rTIIE Undersigned invites the attcn-
1 tion of Dealers, Jobbers, Retail and Country
Traders, to the large and valuable assortment of
merchandise just received by the above named ves
sel. Among the more important articles will be
Brown cottons, brown drills, white madapolams,
white shirtings, various qualities; blue shirting, blue
drill, bedticks, fancy drills and trowserings in great
variety, white and drab cord, white muslin goods of
various descriptions, printed muslins, figured do,
fine cloth, doeskin, gambroons, plain alpacas, figured
alyaca, figured lustre, white, red and blue blankets,
ass'd qualities and sizes; mosquito curtains, Brus
sels carpeting, velvet carpeting, clothing in great
variety, hosiery and undershirts all qualities, shirts
of various descriptions, blue woolen shirts, fancy
prints, true blue prints, mourning prints, white
ground prints, Turkey red and yellow do, silk co
rahs, English silks, lawns, hats, &c. &c. &c.
Assorted English Groceries and Liverpool Soap.
English White Lead, paints and Boiled Oil.
Rope and Canvas,
Bagging and Wool Packs,
Saddlery, Bridle3 and Bits, new styles,
Sheet lead, hollow-ware, sledge hammers, anvils
(large); crowbars, garden chairs, hat-stands, wheel
barrows (iron), tool chests, cutlery, chest locks, tin
plate, 2 screws for pressing wool or pulu, ass'd iron.
Brandy, Tort, Sherry, Claret, Gin and Whisky.
AUsop's Draught Ale in hhds.
Younger' do do do.
Salt's do do do.
Byas' Ale in quarts and pints.
Alison's Ale, Pirn's do, Meakim's do.
Anchors and chains, fire bricks, blue bricks,
slates, small money safes, gates, garden rollers, as
sorsed earthenware, nappies, pipes, Liverpool salt,
patent woven hose for fire engines. &c. &c. &c.
Au-. 27, 1857.-l7-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
DEALER IN WINES AND SPIRITS,
H HAS OS nAND AND OFFERS FOR SALE,
iOL a well selected stock, consisting in part as
MONONGAIIELA and BOURBON WHISKIES;
FINE BRANDY in cases and casks;
riTmnnv tt? vuv n minpTior article:
Stoughton's and Dunbar's BnTbUS;
FINE SHERRY and MADEIRA;
SAUTERNES of superior quality,
CLARET in pint?;
CHAMPAGNE; r atwpor
And. all the favorite brds.of ALSaLfOK
TEH, wjiich he offer for sale low. h Stew near
the Post-Office. . 4.
Honolnju, May. 30th, -
Importer and dealer in Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
L A II A I S A, MAUI,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY to inform his friends
and the resident public generally, also Masters
and Officers of vessels visiting Lahaina, that he has
made arrangements to receive regularly from the
United States and England, choice assortments of
very best qualities of the above articles. His stock
at present comprises
Pure London Dock Martell Brandy;
Otard. Dupuy & Co.'s Brandy;
American do., for shipping, in 5 and 10 gal. pkgs;
Old Monongahela Whisky,
Holland Gin, in cases, kegs and demijohns;
Sherry and Port Wines, Claret do., Champagne;
Porter and Ale, in casks and cases.
ALSO Manila Cigar? and Cheroots; Havanna
do., and a complete assortment of the articles usu
ally found in similar establishments in Europe and
the U. States.
N. B. Particular attention paid to putting up
Stores for shipping.
Lahaina, February 27th, 1857. 43-9m
CIGAftS AND SNUFFS!
TT STEWARD RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
til his friends and the public generally, that he
has now on hand an extensive assortment of the
above articles, all of the choicest brands. He will
always have on sale as complete a stock as is pro
curable in the market. He offers the following ar
ticles, all of the first quality, on reasonable terms :
J. Patrick & Co.'s Diamond P.
Let her Rip,
Manila Cigars No. 2, twist ends,
Haranna Cigars in fancy boxes,
Fancy Snulls, etc.
ALSO A General Assortment of GROCERIES
GsT" Hotel street, near the French Hotel. 8-3m
rrniiE undersigned, agent for r.
JL TOWNS, Esq., Sydney, N. S. W., hereby no
tifies the Captains of the following vessels, viz:
Jane, Lady Blackwood, Alpha, Solomon Loftus,
Independence, London Packet, Rhone, Tuscarora,
Arabian, Avon, and brigs Genu and Governor;
Royal Saxon, Statesman, Royal Sovereign, Louisa,
Julia Penning, Will o' the Wisp;
that, on their arrival at any of the ports of the
Sandwich Islands, they are requested to communi
cate with him immediately. H. SEA.
rnlUE undersigned proposes making regu-
JL lar tnps in the clipper barque "Yankee, be
tween this port and San Francisco, and is prepared
to execute any commissions that may be entrusted
to his charge, promptly and at reasonable rates.
C" Enquire at the Auction Room of Mr. A. P.
Refers to Capt. Jas. Smith. Messrs. C. A. Wil
liams & Co., Mr. A. P. Everett, Mr. C. H. Lewers,
Messrs. Richards & Severance.
22 3m M. M. RUSSELL.
iTARTOIVS of "Ruflalo Chips," viz.:
Just received per "John Land," and for sale by
18-tf J. C. SPALDING.
BBLS. OIL CASKS Also, COOP-
er s lools, Hoop Iron, and Rivets.
Apply to J. A. BURDICK.
Oct. 12th, 1855. 23-tf
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. j
A LL PERSONS having claims against the estate
XjL of C. H. Butler, will please to present their ac
counts for approval, and all persons indebted to the
estate are requested to make immediate payment of
the same to C. If. LEWERS, Assignee
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1857. 39-t
TARRED ROPE, Manilla Rope; Canvas, Paint
and Boiled Oil, for sale by
47-tf ! ROBERT C. JANION.
, CARDS OF SIGNALS
Marine Telegraph. For sale at the Post Office
Price $1. 7-tf
TX)R SALE by the Agents of the 1? adson's Bay
4 packet BEST ENGLISH HOPS. 45-tf
Pure California Native Wines !
JUST RECEIVED PER "FANNY MAJOR," a imall lot
of Choice Family Wine, warranted unadulter
Cum California Port Win,
do do Angelica Wine,
do do White do
do do Red do
do do Ctnger do
For tabby J. C 8PALDING.
Botolila, Oct. 23, 1&7. 26-tf
OWING TO THE QUANTITY OF WATER ALLOWED
to run at night, by certain parties, from their boee or
garden taps, to the great injustice and inconvenience i-f
others having an equal right to the water, I hereby give no
tice that a constable is appointed to eee that there is no water
wasted; and if any percn i, found allowing their garden
taps or hose to run after 8 o'clock in the evening, they will
forfeit their right to the water.
Uy order of the Min ister of the Interior.
HENRY J. II. IIOLDSWORTI1,
.e , Harbor Master.
C7 If every house provides a cask, with a ball tap attach
ed to the end of the pipe, they will be able to have it filled
during the night. j7tf
A. F. & A. jU.
UAWAHAN LODGE NO. 21, F. is. A.M. (UNDER THE
jurisdiction ol the M. W. Gr. Lodge of California), holds
its regular meetings on the first Alonday of every month in
the third story of .Makee 6t Anthon's brick building, corne'rof
Kaahuinanu and Queen streets. Entrance from Kaahumanu
street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited.
By order of W. M. A. FORNANDER,
2 tf Secretary.
A. F. & A. M.
L, rliOGRES DE L'OCEANIE LODGE, Ku.
of the 1
... .Uvnu utuiiu jtiie. iioius iia KPffiii.-ir nuotmoj
.... ...TTTTT.t vv'Hn.-,., ,
" " ''uuj iicaic&i uie mil moon ot every month,
at the old Lodge Room in King Street.
Visiting brethren respectfully invited to attend.
ay oruer 01 . n. ir cp
UK L'UtEAiME .LODGE, KU.
inder the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council
Grand Central Lodge of France, working in
icient Scotch Kite, holds its Regular Meetings
Aug. 18 16-tf.
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPOSES MAKING REGULAR
trips in the clipper barque " Yankee," between this port
and San Francisco, and is prepared to execute any commis
sions that may be entrusted to his charge, promptly and at
JC?- Enquire at the Auction Room of Mr. A. P. Everett.
Refers to Capt. Jas. Smith, Messrs. C. A. Williams tc Co.,
Mr. A. P. Everett, Mr. C. Jl. Lewers, Messrs. Richards &.
Severance. 22-3m M. M. RUSSELL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN LICENSED BY
the Supreme Court as au
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Tenders to the public his services in the line of his profes
sion, and hopes, from his long practical experience and the
undivided attention that he will pay to all Lusiness committed
to his care, to merit a share of patronage.
Office over Dr. J.P.Judd'a Drug Store, corner oi Merchant
and Fort Streets. O. HINTON
Honolulu, May 28, 1857. 4-ly
NEW INVENTION ! TIN BAKEEsT"
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW MANUFACTURING AND
offers for sale, at his Tin Shop. Kaahumanu Street, oppo
site Makee's brick store, Lock woods Patent Tin Ba
ker, which for the use of a family, w ill be found to excel
anything ol the kind ever seen here. It is light, takes up but
little room, and may be used for either Coal or Wood. Price
$10 each, with bake pans and kettle.
46-tf JAMES LOCKWOOD.
JUST RECEIVED, PER EXPRESS, VIA PANAMA,
from New York, the following invoice of fancy goods,,
Ladies' Muslin Bands, Veils, Collars,
" Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
" Muslin Insertions, Fans,
" Fancy French Kid Slippers,
" While Satin Slippers,
Gentlemen's Kid Gloves, white and colored,
Ladies white and colored Kid Gloves,
Ladies' Dress Hats, tc.
For sale by J. C. SPALDING,
Honolulu, July 10, 13o7, 10-tf
1 MANUFACTURED BY DELCROIX, HUGHES & JONES
lHv For sale by the Agent of the Hudson' Bay Company.
Chanipagne, Claret & Ale.
THE HUDSON'SBAY COMPANY OFFER FOR SALE.
Dze. Marzetti's Ale, in quarts,
Superior Champagne. C-tf
Cordage ! Cordage !
THE AGENT OF THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY
offers the following for sale in lots to suit purchasers,
Manila Cordage, 1J, 2, 21, 2J, 2J, 3, 31, 31, and 4 inches 42
10 coils WHALE LINE.
Honolulu, 15th Oct., 1856. 24-tf
ANY PERSON TAPPING THE GOVERNMENT WATER
Pipes from this date, without a written permission from
the Harbor Master, will be prosecuted.
HENRY J. II. IIOLDSWORTH,
Honolulu, June'16, 1855 6-tf Harbor Master.
J. C. SIM mum;,
HAVING RECEIVED BY THE MAIL PER "JOHN
Land," appointment of AGENT for one of the principal
Pare Extra No. 1 White Lead.
Zinc Paint, KnsliHh Boiled Oil, Spirits of Tnr
pentine- and Vinegar
is prepared to contract for delivery of above articles, at lower
prices than ever before offered to dealers for from one to three
On hand and shortly expected, 3.000 Ieff25 lbi. each,
WHITE LEAD, comprising above qualities. 18-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES PUBLIC NOTICE
that he will not be responsible for any debts contracted
in his name without his written order.
16-tf J. R. BOND.
'LimH I BRICKS!
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
and the public that he ha on hand a quantity of Lime
and Brick, also Kaolin for fire brick, which he offers for sale,
in small or large lots, at his store in the rear of Mr. Emnvert's
Paint shop, opposite the City Market, King street.
23-tf ULUltUC TllUHAS.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS !:
T?OB SALE BY THE AGENT OF THE HUDSON'S BAY
Honolulu, Tin Oct, 1357.
At the Lrcrt market prices.
STORAGE IOR 40O TO 300 TONS, HEAVY OR
lif M foods, o.:fes premises of the undersigned;