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vt eu'S their money to trade upon are not apt to go away
r-h the niost pleasant recollections of transactions in whaler's
The Sew Bedford Standard says the sum of 1200has
paid to the heirs of CapL Lucas, of South Dartmouth, being
ft jrst instalment Of a debt due from a company In New York.
,vf arreed to pay t'23,000 for the privilege of working a guano
tsd discovered by the late Captain, in the Pacific, some twen
?. jean ago.
Xr.at uf course is the "American Guano Company," the J arris
vnd proprietors, who bare been operating not quite a year.
list is encouraging. Whit about the other Guano Com
,. :e The Kalama or Johnson Island affair is in a political
..sr,rery, with no prospect of a speedy notation. The '-French
f:-iu Beef," to the northwest of us, has just been found to con
a r. !r?e deposits of guano From the Clipperton Island, whither
French ship Amiral went some two months ago to take pos-
we have not heard a word. From the schooners San
gv and E. L. Front, and the sloop Splendid, Jr., all said to
sve carted from Honolulu in different directions, seeking for
rlT0 islands, no reports have yet arrived. And it is only a
tw days F tliat we were Informed that the schr. Kamthameka
;f. of Honolulu, had been sold aud was said to be fitting for
i:.c!lier secret expedition.
The San Franciseo journals are lavish in encomiums upon
2.f vine culture of their State, and with very good reason. Here
3 :ut one of them, the Price Current, says :
Tt: 1-kpf. CrLTVEK. The successful cultivation of the Grape,
f-i manufacture into wines and brandy, is no new thing in
,.sr u. Jt. The uumtier of vines in cultivation throughout the
. ;-r i:i ls'Mi, was l,..4d,134; in lT, 2.i03,(i0-2, and in BiS,
:v4..v;!i. Of this number, l.tuU.l'KiO are in Los Angeles county,
; r vineyard of the State. The vintage of lso7 amounted to
iiiy fuur hundred thousand gallons, wine and brandy includ
ei. The value of the entire crop was estimated at seven hun-
-fi and fifty thousand dollars. The averape yield of each vine
, '. jrtcen pounds, the amount necessary to produce a gallon of
.;.e. At this rate the present number of vines, when matured,
r : I produce nearly eight millions of dollars per annum.
Ca:s.)LiNK. Fancy an old bank director. East India mer
,:.nt, or holder of Mississippi beads shoving his spectacles
:.o inclies and a half above his nose, uncertain whether to re
tot this "quotation" as an impertinence or laugh at it as a
transfer of stock" into a wrong column. We are in earnest,
;wtwr. Crinoline and Commerce may be vety friendly to
f.:vr, but Crinoline and Economy are not likely to be on the
t-st of terms for the following reasons: First, the fashion is im-.-a'.ive,
and a poor man's wife or daughter must procure these
t:v-S-.'pe as well as their betters, or they Xre nobodies and can
i-o themselves nowhere amongst decent people. Second, their
z-e involves the expense of two or three extra breadths in the
H.r. of a garment not always an inconsiderable item when the
Z..-J1H uf the purchaser are taken into account. Third, they ne
.ate the building or leasing of bigger houses, wider doors,
j.rf'rr furniture and pier-glasses, a box at the theatre and a pew
i :!.e church, where entailer furniture and a single seat were
si:ient before. Fourth, they have destroyed the poetic seuti
r. . :it of youth : "love in a cottage" being out of the question.
.:xi., inflation is the bane of commerce, and a merchant who lias
c .Ltecded manfully and honestly against the temptations and
.h-?:aes that follow in its wake, at his office and in the street, is
j-,t to surrender when the tempter meets him on his own thres
.;., and affectionately covers the murmured "rf tu brute" with
t s.ss or a slap over the mouth.
We Lave tius taken ." purely commercial view of the subject,
braving that no traffic which has no reference, to some ultimate
n :,o!uy, can ever long remain profitable tu the purchaser.
T!,e ImUptnJenee Btlge states that a lady in Hanover had
bit:) sentenced by a Court in that town to j ay a flue of two
fr.:ics "for having worn a dress which, occupying the whole
breadth of the pavement, Is an obstruction to the public way."
Ti.st town has a sensible Judge.
The San Francesco quotations by this mail are very mea
ger so far as it affects us. Java coffee was sold at 19c Q, 19c,
and Bio at 10c. Xew Orleans sugar at 9Jc, China No. 1 a'
$- 90. Mackarel, lialf-bhls, f 6 30 (a)
A 11 1 IS E JOURNAL.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Jb. IS Fr wh sh Epadon, Homont, r.ff and on.
20 Haw sch Kalama, .Vika, fin Hiio.
Kinoole, kalama, fin Kona, Hawaii.
21 Alexander, returned from sea.
Am wh sh M on tetania, lloman, N. L. fni
hailed same day.
Am wh ah Caravan. Bragg, X. B. 830 tons, 30 mos. out,
29 men, fm Huahine, 4K sp, bOO wh. 25o0 bone on
board ; ! sp since leaving the northern ground.
28 Daw sch Moikeikei, Hall, fm Kahului.
24 Excel, Antouia, from Kauai.
Alex, bk Adelaida. Nye, 240 tons, 22 days fm San Fran
cisco, with a general cargo, consigned to D. C. Water
man A Co.
Brit br Scotsman, Turnbull, 230 tons, 163 days fm
London, with an assorted cargo, consigned to the
Agent of the H. B. Company Will sail fchortly for
Victoria, V. I.
t I cared.
Ieb. 19 Haw sch Liholiho, Candage, for ports on Hawaii.
Alexander, for twa.
Warwick, for Molokai and Lahaina.
22 Russ. bk Greferberg, F-nberg, to cruise.
gjj Am herm br Josephine, tone, for Jarvis Island.
Haw sch Kalama, Nika, for Lahaina and porta on Ha
waii. Haw sch Kinoole, Kalama, for Hawaii.
25 Moikeiki, Hall, for Kahului.
Am wh sh Cincinnati, Williams, to cruise.
PORT OF LAHAIXA.
Tab. 19 Am wh sh William Rotch, Ellison, X B, 290 tons, 23
mos out, 15 bbls. sperm, since leaving port.
21 Am wh sh Abram Barker, irlocum, 400 tons, 13 months
out, 150 sp, 200 wh. 8H) lbs. bone voyage. Nothing
the season, last from New Zealand.
The Cararan cruised on New Zealand. Had good weather
tnd light breezes. About New Year saw the ouly whale
Enrly in Feb., in lat. 4 S., saw sperm whales for Ihe first
nd onlv time : lowered and secured a calf. Near tlie Islands
Lad bilfling winds and squalls. Reports January, bark
Ceorje, silva, N. B , 6 whales ; Kensington, Stetson, N. B., 4
The AMaida had calms and light head winds for twelve
days after leaving Fan Francisco. Near the Islands had
vsry lad, squally weather. Reports the clipper ship Sea
Fer;eut to sail lor Honolulu about the 15th inst.
The b-otttiutn cronsed the equator Oct. 21. in long. 29 14
W., cleared the Horn Jan. 1, and crossed the equator again
feb. 9, in long. I-T7 - 40 W. Was five weeks off Cape horn,
Living strone westerlv gales; with this exception, had pleas-
ir,t weather the whole passage. Arrived off the harbor about
hiit paM o P. M., on the 23d, and hoisted a signal for a pilot
but it being too late to bring ber into the harbor, she remained
ouL-ide, and during the night was in some caDger of going
T .e whaleship Merrimac, Hawea, reported to have been rpo
Ur, ir (i. u-.'ti;. p.t, most Vw tl.e Mermaid, nawes, of
Wcsport, sperm whaler.
r. lkr,m p..rt., .t Thxinn. reiwrts the following ships on
V Zealand Kri, F H, 3 whales ; Thos. Nye. N B, no report ;
.f, Ho;and. s wh ; Jas. Maury, 200 bbls. and squared away
r.r.. ... .j,., vr i&h'I bhls. SDerm. farah
a...... i : i u.r.mmi I do : America, J
vi. ; J rrh .wift, 1 do. mainmast rotten ; Caroline, clean, rotten
.... . i ii -.....-, rh mirht-r bal on Aew
-.i.A-t. ic .'tljrjilll IlAIftCI , ij'vi ...
At M.inliieri.. ..;r.4 p.oht Rdwards. 3 wh : Architect, 1 can ,
'iii Jeii, awh; Neva, clean
i en, z wii ; .-pva. clean.
wh:.Ieship Adrlif, Taber, arrived at Hilo February i
i a cruise. Ha.1 tten oothinB since leaving the island:
is to sail in a few days for a cruise on Japan, airs.
'. a.piiuics hiui P. C. Adt.
.T.-OiTand on Iec 19. Am wh bk Emily, 400 sperm, dis
Wci Mr Beaslev ; no date, do do sh Mary Wilder, sp; do
A.-tive, 1 wh; do do Mary Frances, 1 wh; do do sh Golcouda,
! 'J sp since leaving Paita; do do Hector, 1 10 sp; do do bk Lae
t.:.i. Pa) since leaving Paita.
rm.VMj Gen ScoU, 1200 sp; bk Lagrange, 3d0 do.
Fscisf:o. The steamship Jf L. Sfphen in pass
'' Mardalena Bay .B the 25th Jan., saw eight whaleships
fte, tiinr boats in pursuit of whalea-a large number of
hich were in sight.
K, Dec.4.-His Excellency Baron Gros, the French
nd suite left Mianghae on the 27th ult in "
'Mui-corveite la PLic for Hong Kong,
Yesterday news was
ve.l thai th hn. run ashore in a fog on tliesMtn. at 1 P.M ,
" Tae-ban, one of the Cbiisan group of islands she lM"t ner
f ii'r,to anchors and boa.s, bad three sea i.en drowneo,
! erra tears were entertained for her ultimate """"y
Uru!1 Gro, was still on board when intelligence of the "'
' as di.pitcbed from Uie la Place. Captain Sliadweil, Ji.
i-i.,.., .aval Ollicer sent gun boat Opossiini, ysteida) "'"
11!e. to render assistance, and the I nliexible, II. 1. M. s steam-
int to-day with the same intention,
letters from Ningpo of 1st inst., just received, say
W P Nimrod w as then proceeding to her assistance.
VESSELS IN PORT-FEBRCARr 5.
ICoaJster nnl included.)
t S sch Fennimore Cooper, Brooke.
Aio clipper ship Fyren, Green, up for New uert.ora.
clipper ship Modern Times. Overton up for New Bedf. rd.
ship (iladiator, Luce, up for New Bedrord
schr Marilda. . .
Missionary brig Morning Star. Brown, repairing.
Wex. hark Adelaida, Nye. s. v T
Br brig Scouman, Turnbull, en route for Victoria, . x.
h Caravan Brair Am bk Florence
b Hernia 2d Edward. ah South Seaman, Norton
, h Ororimbo, Pease bk Vernon, Fish
"8 bk Urefer Berg. F.nberg Haw bk Gambia, -
h CincinnatL Williams Am sh Sharon, swl'!
hh Viae de Rennes, Lejuedoit Haw bk Harmony, Kelly.
1 man-of-war, I merchantmen, 12 whalers total, A.
EXPORTS FROM HONOLULU
Per tcA. hi. Greferberg, Feb. 22.
Ten bbli beer, 10,602 lbs bread. 74 galls csks. 35 bbls pork,
tores, 8 csk whisky. For prod $19 7tf; transhipped $30.
Fob Jaavis Ishsd.
Per kerm. br. Josephine, Feb. 23.
Anchors and chains, 2,096 lbs barley, 15 bbls beef, 1 boat and
potatoes, t sacks Irish potatoes, 8 cs preserved meats, 950 lbs
rice, stores, 199 lbs sugar, 318 galls syrup. For prod l,6ul 67 :
Horn prod $Gil .',9. '
Per trh. th. Cincinnati, Feb. 5.
Stores For. prod. $li.
IMPORTS AT HONOLULU.
From Sax Fbaxcisoo.
Per Mexican bark Adelaida, Feb. 24.
Ale, esks 9; bitters, cs 10; 29 bbls bread, 2 carriages, 2 cases
carriages, Ac; 16 M cigars. 2 pekgs coin, I horse, 1 fax jewelrv.
49 pekgs liquors, 4 mats nutmegs, 16 kegs olives, 1 cs sample's,
1-".S M shingles, 1 cs silks, 10 stoves, Su bxs tea, I pekg tobacco,
2 demijohns whisky, 24 cs wine.
Per Britiedt brig Scotsman, Feb. 24.
Three qr csks brandy, 20 dot brandy, 10 dux Old Tom gin, 4S6
pekgs uuspec mdse, 120 cs port, 45 dor port, I cs samples, 112 cs
sherry. 64 dot sherry, 600 dux stout, -itl dox whisky.
Foreign Oil .Markets.
New Bedford, Dec. 27. Sperm. There has been an active
demand for sperm, and an advance in prices. The sales for
the week have readied 03-20 bbls. principally for export to Eu
rope. We quote : 570 bbis. at 1-J0 cents, 150 do. at 12C' cents,
AI do at ll'9 cents, 4o0U do. at 130 cents per gallon, and 4o0 do.
at a price not transpired, but at an advance ou 11 cents. The
market closes wilh an upward tendency. H'We Remains
quiet. The only transactions in this market since our last are
sales of 100 bbls. at 50 cents, and S25 do. inferior at 41 cents per
Jan. 3. Sx-rm has again advanced, and the sa!?s since our
last amount to 15m) bbls. We quote : V'J bbls. at 135 cents,
500 do. at about l3j cents per gallon and 250 bbls. at a price
not transpired. Also l-0 bbls. lle:idmatter at 140 cents per
Itn.oiu. i ne nmraei closes nnniy. mock in tlie country ahout
li.itoo bbls. Whale Kemains unchanged. A sale of lihls.
at 55 cents per gallon comprises the doiues in this market the
past week. tStock about Bo.noO bbls.
malfhoxe. Sales for the week, 8,300 lbs. South Sea upon
liKKMKX, Dec. 14. nhiiir oil quiet, prices at last Quotation.
Coeuanut oil, Tanning's Island, II) Rixth. per HKJ lbs. Bvne,
Polar and Ochorsk, 170 Rixth. per 100 lbs. N.W. 150 Rixth.
auow, 10 Kixth. per Jf KJ lbs.
Pfr Bar Adelaida from San Francisco Feb 24. J. D.
Blair, Blymlein, J.is Jones. Robt Jones, Kaymski, JL.McCulch-
am ana wue, i j u i Jlonsuner, 11 atsam.
Commission Merchant and Importer,
Office, Kaahumaau Street.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
1-HE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER
the firm of Krull A Moll is this duv dissolved by mutual con-
s-nt. The pending affairs of the lute firm will be liquidated by
E Krull. KKL LL A .MULL, in liquidation.
Honolulu, 25th Feb. 1S59. 4 i-3t
For Wtncouver'fi Island,
THE A 1, BRIG " SCOTSMAN,"
EDWARD TURNBULL, Matrr,
From London, will have immediate dispatch for the above port.
The " M'O I I'M AN" is now dischaiging a portion of her cargo
at this port, and will have capacity for a lew tons of Freight,
which will le tat.en at very low rates.
For Freight or Passage, app!y to JAMES BISSETT,
Agent of the Hudson's Hay Co.,
It Or to the Captain on board.
ROBERT C. JANION
HAS JCST RECEIVED PEP. BARK ADELAIDA," FROM
San Francisco, a consignment ol Goods, which he offers for
sale at low rates, consisting of
Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Riding Hats, Groceries,
Brandv Peaches, Green Corn, boiled Linseed Oil, Pocket Knives.
Pilot Bread in barrels;
Tennant's Ale in casks;
43-tf Golden Sherry, In casks.
VOW LANDING, AND FOR SALE by the undersigned
A few cases very superior Pale Brandy;
hi casks Dark aud Pale Brandy.
Old Tom. 4J-41
EITS0N H VET.
J s And Kob and Allan came to prie;
Three blither hearts, that lee-!ang night,
Ye wad na find in Chris'n-die."
ISXAV WHISK V, ex "Scotsman, for sale by
RITSON A HART.
HONOLILU K1FLLS ATTENTION !
Anniversary Parade !
THE MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE COMPANY ARE
herebv notified that the regular A N V L' A 1 FA RADE
of the corps will take place on Monday, Feb. 2tith, at o clock
A. M-, at which time tl.ey will hold themselves in readiness at the
Armory, in full uniform and equipments, for enrnp duty, etc.
N B. Members are requested to bring their Fatigue Frocks.
Per order, JNO. II. BROWN, Captain.
F. L. JON ES, Orderly fergeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Rifles, Feb. 19, 109. 42-2t
, IIOXOU Li: KIFI..ES. ATTENTION! The
fl Members of the above Company are hereby notified that
after tnis dale, nonces ior unm m uui w imu(u
If Regular Prills will De neia ai me Armory oi iocuijj.
II EVERY WEDNESDAY, at a o'clock P. M. Per order.
V. L. JONES, Orderly Sergeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Rifles, I
February 15, 1659. ( 42-ti
MODERN ABSTINENCE NOT SCRIPTCRE TEMPERANCE,
in its Spirit, Teachings, or Results : by a Resident,
fold at Mr. WHITNEY'S BOOK STOKE 50 cents. 42-5t
Notice in Bankruptcy.
mHECNDERSIfiNED. COMMISSIONERS IX THE MATTER
L of Henry Smith, a voluntary Bankrupt, hereby give notice
f an adjourned meeting of the creditors of said Henry Smith, to
e held at the Court House, on Saturday, the Mill of February,
at 1-i o'clock M
R. G. DAVIS
J. F. COLIiCRN,
Notice in Rankrnptcy.
I II Creditor r Henry s.swibiuh. '
.1 a. i. ...t srliA IS a v irn red their debts, are neretiy nounea
that a MEETING OF THE CREDITORS, to choose assignees of
ti e bankrupt's property, will be held at the office of the Registrar
of Convey.ncesP, at t. Jcourt Howe, In Honoiu - Jhnrsday,
the 17th of March, A. D. 9.
Com. in Bank.
Notice in Bankruptcy.
rnkr Creditor of Aleng.n Bankrnpl. arr herrm
1 bv notffied that a mee-g will be held at theoB.ee of the
reistrarof Convevances, at the Court Houe in Honolulu, on
M0nuav the 7th of" March next, at il o'clock at noon, for the
proving of debt, against the estate of irMBMLAIX.
Com. in nans.
Honolulu, January 2fi, 1S59.
s"" . .. miiI the same.
for payment, and an persou. .uu.u.- - - DOETTi
Honolulu. Jan. 29,18:9. 4fl'5t .
OP THE AMERICAN BRlrt KOLOA," fn.tn Boston.
F,n.t the firs, of February, for sale to arrive by the nn-
Rh tar ,D.tch and r-sin, bale, navy oakum.
line " -
ff tfaSSTi.! '-pushed sugar, i. i tbl.
M,V: J'J!.. .: . boards. Planed,
n Clear ....... r- - - 41
White pine 'M''-f 3 x 4, shaved cedir shingle.,
Spruce scaniin s. - - . .
rKKrs and windows, assorted sues,
CumberUna coal, Ac, c, c HACKf EU) CO.
"' ,-o ius oreaa, ou ids ouiter, Cora age, 1 bbl flour, 31 fowls,
1 1-8 tons hay, 2 hogs, 1 mule, 1 cs oysters, 23.S90 lbs pal ai,
pamta, oakum, etc; 2 cs pepper sauce. 2 bbis Dork. 2 hhl tr
VLLi P .RTIE liarins claim, agnisi.t Ihe es
taTe o. the laie T. C. B. Rw.k., re requested -o present
the same to the underlined on or before the 2M . day of Feb
ruary ..e.t, and all parties indebted to the said Estate are re
quested to pay to the n'' Sector.
riMiE rDERIGXED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED BY
T the Hon. G M. Robertson. Associate Justice ol tl MPW
rvmrt a.Tdministrator mth the Will annexed of the estate
i Tuit Teh ". -f Honolulu, deceased, hereby request. , a n
W.h tubscorn brains, ...sst hoops, j.b hank..
. rfmVnt ainere and double blocks, chains,
"Tied coVn me,., in barrels, mess pork and beef,
..i, hn.t. from 10 to 16 iee '""gt
Department of Finance, )
Honolulu, Feb. 18, IS59. j
In ordrr to secure a prompt collection of
the Special Tax imposed by the Act of Feb
ruary 14, 1859, for the purpose of repairing
Bridges and Roads in the District of Kona,
Island of Oahu, the following rules and reo
illations are hereby prescribed in pursuance
of the authority conferred by the second sec
tion of said Act :
I. The said District of Kona, for the pur
poses of said Act, is separated into three
1. The first subdivision is bounded on the
makai side by the sea, on the Ewa side by
the Nuuanu Valley stream, running up said
stream to the Bridge at the Reservoir (Wai
piula), thence makai along the Nuuanu Val
ley road to School street, thence along School
street to the base of Punch Bowl Hill, thence
along Punch Bowl street to the sea.
2. The second subdivision includes all
that part of the District South and East of
the above described line from the Bridge in
Nuuanu to the sea.
3. The third subdivision includes all that
part of the District on the Ewa side of the
Nuuanu Valley stream, together with the
whole of Nuuanu Valley.
II. William Webster, Esq., is charged
with the assessment of the taxes imposed by
said Act in the entire District cf Kona. In
making the same he is authorised to consult
the returns of the Collector of said District
for l5d, and to obtain in a summary man
ner, all other information necessary for a
just and speedy assessment. He will return
his assessment books to this Department in
the order of their completion, so that the col
lection may proceed without unnecessary de
lay. Such collection, in each subdivision, will
be commenced immediately after the return
of the assessment book therefor.
III. The following persons are appointed
Collectors of such special tax, to wit:
Joseph O. Carter for the first subdivision,
William Webster for the second subdivision,
and Henry A. Kahanu for the third subdi
vision. They are respectively required to
give bond, in conformity with the general
law in relation to Collectors of taxes, before
entering upon their duties.
IV. All tax payers in the aforesaid Dis
trict of Kona, when called on, or notified by
the proper Collector, as hereinafter provid
ed, are required to make payment of their
taxes on or before the I31st day of March
I V . i y w at
next, aner wnicn aate ine uoliector is au
thorized to sue for and recover such taxes as
may be in arrear, in pursuance of the 11th
section of the Act of June 4, 185.
V. The said Collectors are severally au
thorized to demand payment of the aforesaid
special tax by notice, as provided in section
10th of the Act of June 4, lS5o, or by gen
eral advertisement, requiring the tax payers
to meet them at convenient points of their
respective subdivisions; and a failure to
comply with such notice, or the requirements
of such advertisement, will be deemed a suf
ficient cause to subject any tax payer to the
penalties imposed by existing laws for non
payment of taxes.
V 1 The said Collectors will, in case they
find in their respective subdivisions, any tax-
.Ll. t.l 'i . 1 1 l- .i
uoie iniiauuunis, noi included in tne assess
ment list, ascertain the liability of such per
sou uuuer uie aioresaia aci, ana require o
them the payment of their proper taxes, ren-
.1- r . r ,t .
uciiiim iu mis ivt;paruiieni a mil account, in
oeiaii, oi me same.
VII. In view of the object of the aforesaid
special tax, the said Collectors are respec
tively required to pay into the treasury, from
time to time, the proceeds of their collections,
in accordance with the special directions of
VIII. It shall be the duty of said Collec
tors, respectively.to make to this Department
a final return of taxes collected by them,
and a full settlement of their accounts, on or
before the first day of May next. They will
be allowed a compensation no exceeding ten
per cent on the amount of their several col
IX. The said Collectors will be governed
by the general laws in regard tothe collec
tion of taxes, so far as their duties are not
specially prescribed by the foregoing rules
D. L. GREGG,
Min. of Finance.
THE WHARF LOTS, which were otTer-
ed at Public Auction on the I3th instant, not
having been disposed of on the day of sale,
His Majesty's Government now offer the said
lots to the public for Sale or Lease, on private
Applications will be received at this De
partment for either a Fee Simple Title, or a
50 years Lease, of any of the lots as laid
out in the plan submitted to the public on the
' No buildings of combustible materials can
be erected on any of these lots.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, )
May 14, 1S53. ,
NOTICE is given that the Minister of the
TntPrior has appointed XV. L. Green, Esq..,
of Honolulu, as Agent of the Department for
v. d-i or Lease ot the Wharf Lots above
11 I TMBW
Oct. 6, 1S53.
I LL PERSONS IN ANT WAY INTERESTED IN THE ES-
i tate of James Robinson of Honolulu, deceased, such as next
of kin, creditors, or otherwise, are hereby notified to be and ap
pear before the Hon. G. M. Robertson, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court, at his chambers in the Court House, Honolulu,
on Wednesday, the 9:h d.iy of March next, at t o'clock in the
forenoon, to attend the examination of the accounts of W.Wond,
Executor in the above estate, and to show cause, 11 any they
hare, why the accounts should not be passed and the said Execu
tor be discharged from any further responsiouity in the matter.
J.(J. .. B akaaku, Clem ol supreme louri.
Honolulu, Feb. IS, 1S59. 4J-2t
I LL PERSONS IN ANY WAY INTERESTED IN THE ES
l tate of Thos. Wilkinson, of Honolulu, deceased, such as next
of kin, creditors, or otherwise, are hereby notified to be and ap
pear before the Hon. G. M. Robertson, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court, at his chambers in the Court House, Honolulu,
ou Wednesday, the loth day of March next, at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon, to attend the examination or the accounts or A. f . fcv
erett. Administrator upon the above estate, and to show cause, if
any they have, why the accounts should not be passed and the
said Administrator be discharged from any further responsibility
in the matter. JNO. E. BARNARD,
Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1559. l43-2t Clerk Sup. Court.
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING BEEN MADE TO ME.
one or the Circuit Judges for the 3rd Judicial District, by
Louis A. Pavie, Administrator of the Estate of the late lieury
Brown, to appoint a day on which to hear his final accounts and
discharge lain from further service and responsibility as such
Administrator: otiee is hereny given to ail persons wtiom
may coucern, that Tuesday, the iUih day of March next, at 9
o clock in tlie lorenoon, is a any ana nour appoimea ior ine
hearing of said final accounts, and all objections that may be of
fered thereto, at tiie Court House in the town of Hilo, Hawaii.
B. L.Atail., circuit juupe.
Hilo, February 16, 1S59. 4j-tit
Notice in Bankruptcy.
I)E IT KNOWN UNTO ALL MEN, TH AT ON TIIS fith day
) of February, A. D. lS5y, petition aud bond were filed by VV.
1. Green. Attorney for R. C. Janiou, and John Montgomery, be
fore the Honorable Elisha H. Allen, Chief Justice ol the supreme
Court, according to the provisions of an act entitled "An Act
relating to Bankruptcy, passed by the House or .Nolilts ana
Representatives of the Hawaiian Islands on the lhtli uay oi
June, A. D. I4 the prayer of which petition is, to the enect.
that Along, of Honolulu, Island or Uahu, may be declared bank
rupt agreeably with the aforesaid act; and be it further known
that J. Erarts Chamberlain aud Thomas Brown have been duly
appointed by the said Chief Justice, Commissioners to take charge
of all the books, papers and other property of the said A long,
and to do all the things in the premises appertaining to the office
of Commissioners in Bankruptcy.
J NO. E. HA UN A 111), Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Feb. , I 4l-4t
Notice in Bankruptcy.
VI,L PERSONS INDEBTED TO AI.O.Mi, OK HONOLULU,
Island of Oahu, or holding any of his effects, are hereby
required, in pursuance of an order of the Honorable Elisha 11.
Allen, Chief Justice cf the Supreme Court, give notice of the
same to J. tvarts Cliaiiiuerlaiu and 1 nomas itrowu, l oinniis
siuners in Bankruptcy, ,!uly appointed to try the question of
bankruptcy of said Along; and are hereby further notified not to
pay or deliver the same to any other person than the .Marshal of
the Hawaiian Islands, or the Commissioners aforesaid.
JNO. K. BARNARD, Clerk of .Supreme Court.
Honolulu, FtD. 8, 1&59. 41-4t
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;7 t Cheese
4 ba'es ptirnp & rie'e Leather
;80 kegs White Lead
iO bbl Rice
151 cs boiled Oil
ja biles Cloves
4 b igs Pepper
lU roils Russia Bolt Rope
I " uu
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I 10 cases Denims
3 do Ticks
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1 cs M lute Duck
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1 cs black and white Quilting -Ji 0 bxs Family Soap
:18 coils Ppusyarn
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100 hit bbls crushed Sugar
Sou Sad lies (complete)
,o cs I'.oois and Mines
25 kits No 1 Mackeiel
j5 cs Green Feas
2i! bxs S W Soan
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Winra aid Spirit.
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43 roils Manila Cordage
50 bbls extra Mess Beef
30 hlf hhls prime Butter
2 qr pipes Hennessey's do
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117 keys Nails ,105 UtJ! qts 11. Hyass- roner
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100 bbls llaiall Flour
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j assortment of CKUCERIKS. at the store of the un
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Strawberry do, 4c c sc.
Summer do e
Tins of Water. Butter, Sugar.
Ovster, Soda A Wine Crack
Best Onion Tea
Frew rved Salmon
tc At. Ac
do Black Pepper
vi hole do do
do Currants, in tins
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If Pants, of all qualities. fe very tuprrtor.
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XPRIXG SEAS OX, 1S59.
fReported for the Polynesian.
Attr Barker, Slocum, 400 tons, N B, Aug 'ST.
A itt Lahaina ttb
21 fm Zealand, nothing the season.
Adeline, Tabor, &9 tons, N B Oct 'So. Sailed. Nor 30.
Feb 14, nothing the season.
Additon, Lawrence, 426 tons. N B, Not '56. Sailed Nor Sj to
Adeline Gibbt, Wlthington, 821 tons, F H, Oct 'ST. Salld Oct 19
Agate, br, Lawtou, 157 tons, N L, April '56. Geared Dec 6, to
America, Bryant, 413 tons, N B, Oct '57. Sailed Sept IT for New
Zealand. Kept Jan off Marquesas, 3 whs the season.
AnuAda, Sarveut, 3m tons, N B, Nov "i. Sailed Oct Id for New
Zealand. Kept Dec 4 on N Z I rwh the season.
Architect, bk. Fish, 4.sj tons, N L, Aug 'ST. Cleared Oct 4 for N
Zealand Kept at Magdalena Jan, one calf
Antilia, br, Slolde, ?M tons, Hon. Cleared Dec S, cruise.
Amatun, bk, Eldridge, 81s tous, F H, Oct '5o. Cleared Dec S, to
cruise. Kept Dec 30 at Jarvis Is.
American, bs. Pease, tons, Edgart, Aug '5T. Sailed Nor 19
coast of California.
Arab, bk, Gruiuell, 336 tons, F H, Nor "57. Sailed Aug 24 to
cruise on New Zealand.
Arctic, Phillips, 431 tons, F H, July '56. Arr Honolulu Nor 16
fm Arctic, 10 whs 4oo wh ooOO b the season.
Ben) Rimh, Wyatt, &5 tons, Warr, Oct 56. Arr Lahaina Nor
2o fm Och. 530 wh on board, 30 wh S5oo b the season.
Bin Morgan, Sisson, 4o7 tons, N L, Oct '56. Sailed Dec 18 to
Black Warrior, Brown, 230 tons, Hon. Ciuising on coast of
Bowddch, Martin, 899 tons, Warr, Nov 56. Sid Nov 30 to cruise.
Brutut, lieury, 47 u tons, Warr, Sept '56. Sailed Dec 18 to cruise,
touching at Guam and Japan.
Brighton, Tucker, 354 tons, Dart, June '55. Sid Jan. 10, cruise.
Belie, bk, Brown, SM tons, t U, Oct '57. Sailed Jan, to cruise.
Caroline, Gifford, 304 tons, N B, Aug '56. Sailed Oct 23 to cruise.
Coulaincvurt, Lebaste, 651 tons, Havre, Oct '56. Sailed Sept 14,
Carotin, Poutiss,252 tons,Gr Pt,July '57. Sailed Sept 2, cruise.
Touched at Jarvis Is'd ept -24.
Cararan, braK, 3JO tons, N B, Aug '56. Left Tahiti Nor 20 to
cruise. Kept Jan 4 uu N Z nothing the season.
Contlor, Whiteside, 34S tous, N B, Aug '56. Sailed January, to
Carolina, Harding, 895 tons, N B, Oct '56. Sailed Jan 4, cruise.
Cicero, Courtney, 2.V2 tous, N H Aug '56. Cld Dec 2, cruise west.
t ulinjilon, Cottiu, 400 tons, Edgarl, Oct '56. Sailed Sept lu for
New Zealand Kept Jan off Marquesas, 1 wh the season.
Chandler Price, Fisher, 441 tons, N B, Sept '57. KeportedSept
20, Ochotsk, 500 bbis.
Chrie Mitchell, Manchester, 8s7 tons, N B, Aug '56. Sailed Oct
30 for N Ze'iilauJ.
Caralier, bk. Bourne, 95 tons, N B, Sept '55.
Cincinnati, Williams, 45i tons, Ston, Oct '56. Arr Lahaina Nor
29 fm Och, I loo wh on board, Soo wh 12ooo b the season.
Content, Ludlow, 441 tons, N B, Oct '56. Kept Dec 4 uu X Z, 3
rwh the season.
Corington, bk, Newman, 351 tons, War'n, Aug '56. Cleared Nor
J9 cruise on ihe hue.
C'yttMi',bk, Sherman, i51 tons, Hon. Cleared Oct 14 for coast
Daniel Wood, Morrison, 845 tons, N B, Oct 56. Sailed January
15, to cruise.
Voter, Jcllriy, 4:Hj tons, N L, July .b. Kid Nov 25 fr Honolulu.
Itrajjrr Siuilurd, 291 tons, N B, Aug '55. Cleared Sept 25 lor
Itroino, May ,:Ju6 tons, N L, Sept 56. Sailed Nov 2 for Margarita
iJrono, Cole, 267 tous, Warr, Nov '57. Sailed November 23 to
Ltclauzare, bk, Keutworihy, 299 tous, X L, Juue o.. Sailed Jan
uary 1 1, tu cruise.
EFMuiu, Smith, 52 tons, N B, Oct 'j7. Cleared Nov 5, for
New Zealand. Kept Jan X i, nothing the season.
Eliza Adam, Thomas, 403 tons, X B, Sept '57. Sailed Dec 31 to
'merald, Ilalleck, 513 tons, S II, Oct '55. Sailed Nov 14, cruise.
Emily Morgan, Chase, 86cS tons, X B Nov 'j4. tailed .Nov 10,
cruise anil himie. Reported ul Tahiti Dec 21.
EuphruUn, Heath, 3o5 tous, N B, Oct '57. Sailed December 6,
Emerald, bk, Pierce, 350 tous, X B, July i. tailed November
14. roust of California.
Endeacor, bk, Wilson, 251 tons, N B, Oct '57. Cleared Decem
ber 10. cruise. Kept Dec at off Jarvis is.
Earopa, Muuter, 400 tons, Ldgart, Sept 57. Sailed for N Zeal
and October 8.
F.muire. Russell. 403 tons, N B, Aug '5b. Sailed Jan 4 to cruise.
Enpadon, liomoul, tous, Havre. '57. Arrr liouoluiu
.Nov -J. tin Och, Soo wu uwo o me season.
Fabimt, Smith, 432 tons, N B, Aug '57. Sailed Sept 13 for New
Zealand. Kept Jan 4 rwh the season.
Faith, bk, Lawton, 317 tons, Hon. J-ailed Nov 1 , , cruise.
Fanny, bk, Boodry, 391 tous, X B.Juiy '56. Sailed Dec Zi cruise.
torence, bk, Cordd, 3Jb tons, n arr .Nov oo. Arr Laliaui
Nov 9, fm OchuUk, 200 sp, 300 ah ou board, 300 wh, 400J bone
Fortune, bk, Anderson, 291 tons, N B, Oct '56. Cleared Dec 8,
rancen Henrietta, bk. Drew, 4o7 tons, N B, Oct '56. Cleared
December 23 lu cruise.
Farorite, bk, Smith, 293 tous, F H, Nov '57. Sailed Sept 23 for
Xew Zealand. Kept J an , 3 rwh tlie season.
Qeorge Jmcland, Tomeroy, 874 tons, N II, Oct '57. Left Aug 1
for New Zealand. Kept Jau , 8 rwh the season.
Gay JJeail, Loweu, ''J tons, X B, Ojt '56. Sailed Sept 18, for N
Zealand. Kipt Jau , d rwh the season.
Gambia, bk, Merritt, 249 tons, lion. Arr Honolulu Nov 9, fm
OchotsK, 550 wh, 9100 b the season.
Gen 7.f. Iferegaux, 360 tons, Havre, Apr, 53. Left Oct 28 for
New Zealand. Reported Xov 24 at Taiiili, heaving out.
George de Hunan, Jones, 356 tons, X B, Sept '57. SaJed Oct 10
fur X Zealand.
George Waihington, Brightman, 874 tons, Warebam, Oct '57.
Cleared Oct 5 Ior .er 4caiana.
Gia on ilouland, Williams, 379 tons, N B, Aug '57. Sailed Nov
ember 0 to cruise.
Goetlie, Austin. 530 tons, Bremen. Sailed November 30 to cruise.
Gorernor Iroup, Milton, 430 tous, N B, Aug '56. Sailed Nov 11,
Grefer Berg, Fnberg, 6o0 tons, Rus.Am Co, Oct '57. Arr Hono
lulu Dec -6 fin Ochotsk. 27o wh 8oo0 b season.
George Mary, Walker, 3o6 tous, XL, Oct '57. Sailed Nor IT,
Uartett, bk, Charry, 814 tons, F H, Aug '57. Reported Oct 21
at Tahiti, 160 bbls hove out. Left Nov 20, cruise.
Harmony, bk, Kelly, 316 tons, Hun. Arr Honolulu Oct 31 from
Arctic. 1200 wn, uoonu o ine season.
Hawaii, bg, Schimmelphennig,230 tons, Hon. Cleared Dec 6, to
HtlUn Mar, bk. Worth, Sua tons, N B, Jao V6. Cleared Nor 4,
coast of Peru.
Helen Sneic, bk, Nye, 299 tons, N B, Oct 'o7. Left Nor 9, coast
IU nry TaOer, bk. Ewer, 855 tons, N B July '55. Left Oc t23 for
IlercuUn. bk. Atheron. 3S5 tons, N B, Sept '57. Left Nor 6, cruise.
Hibernia. booker, 827 tous, X B, Oct '57. Sailed Nor 26 coast of
Hibern ia Id, Edwards. 551 tons, N B, June '5. Arr Honolulu
Feb 1 ', fm X. Zealand, 000 wh bO sp 4ooo b on board.
Ri nt Nov 29 al Jarvis Is.
HU-lmn-, Little, 3fi3 tuns, N B.July '5i. Left Nor S, coast of
Uubomok, Marchant, 414 tons, Falm, Nor '56. Sailed Dec 20 to
Hudson, Marston, 868 tons, F H, Nor '51. Sailed December 10 to
Janon, Hache. 612 tons, Havre, Nor '57.
Sailed Nov 3 for Straits
of Juan de tuca.
Jaca, bk, Lawrence, 205 tons, N B, Dec '55.
Sailed Dec 32 to
Java id. bk, Raynor, 262 tons, N B, Oct 'oi.
firrA Perry, Cannon, 435 tons, N B, Sept '56.
John HVv,W'oodbridge, 360 tons, X B.Oct 'oi
Sailed Nov 17 to
, Left Nor 2 for
jlrrmM. Huntine. 433 Ions. S H, Stpt '57. Ceared Oct 5, cruise.
j'n 4'arr. sch. t'oit. 70 tons, Hon. Tender to BUlck Warrior.
Left Honolulu May , Coast oi caiuoruia.
X'.iuwi t.r. Mai.inien. 2-.0 tons. Hon. Sailed Dec 13 cruise.
Kinatiher, bk, Palmer, 451 tons, X B, Sept '56. Cleared Dec 10,
KutunojF, Wing, 415 tons, N B.Nov '55. Sailed Dec l.forGuam.
Lark, bk, Perkins, 3?S tons, N L, July "57. Cleared Nov 5, for
Margarita Bay. .........
wm.-ird. 341 tons. N B. July 6. Sailed, to cruise.
Leri tfarbuck. Jernfgan 2d, 376 tons, X B, Xov '57. Saded N or
- r.. f..ir Af I ulitornia.
7 ' lei.'J, ,iuud. Hathwav. 341 tons, X B, Oct 'j.. bailed Nov IS
Louimi, bk. Hathwav. 316 tons, XB, Sep '56. Cleared Dec 4, N ZeaL
Lexington, r islier, jiv ions, .am, .-cpi - sriic.
r.twu Vernier. Rounds. 23 tons, X B, Sept '56. Sailed from
Honolulu Jan 24, to cruise.
v.,-, l-nt.. 343 tons. Edsart, Aug "56. Cleared Dec , cruise.
l ,,...,-.. Hillings. SIS tons. .Mi. Aug o.. uci ;i ior .ww
ir., rhter. 297 tons. N B. July '57. Sailed Nov 17,eruise.
Af.if i d- um. Stewart, 4l9 tons, N B, July '37. Sailed Nov 5,
ir Mv. lhr,a. Coon. 830 tons, X B, Oct '57. Sid Jan 20 cruise.
w I , llinils. 3lk tons. . li. JU1V Ul. Mlirowitnine.
i.lr..,uJi t.v. ComLtock.210 tons. Hon. Sailed Xov 2 for coast
nf l a lTornia. .. .. .
T..n..,n. S6 tons. N B. Julr "5.. Sailed , cruise.
m:h.m. ll .lsf t. 3s tons. N B Sept 56. Sid Nov 15, Japan Sea.
f...-,., i-rnsi.ll. 4-w tons.N B.Julr'56. Sid Dec 18, cruise.
,iir:i...v..--.,- -.,.,.- , . . v.. O
r teuma. Tinker. 4oO tons, b,u ui. i' .'u.
u..,r,,n lloman. 424 tons, X L, Sept 57. Sid Jan "4. cruise.
Vnn.. bk. Ormsby, 273 tons, Cold Spring, August, '57.
ti Vaw 'MJ trt rruij.
Unreal. Sowle.543 tuns, N B, Nor 57. Sailed Nov 11, coast
v .rT, bJ. Manchester. 29S tons, F II , Nor '57. Sailed Sept 15,
. . .... V.. 7Jl.h,l
w .Li.: Ij. Mereier. 3-7 tons. Havre. Sept '57. Sailed Nor 4,
r il..,.liilii Ia rnis
" '....i,..J-r in t.ia. X B Sent '56. Sid Dec 13 to cruise
Mvmt9 jimiviiv -.v. f -
and to Koroionga. m n. H ., , , .
HtlOrlet.bk, llaiard,.! tons,. o.wi oi. "".
u-.L.h ..I. Ore.n. 326 tons. N B. Njv '56. Cleared Dec 4, N
Sorman, Ray, 838 tons, Nant, Oct '55. Left October 23 for N
i-?!!1" .,Wk ii-.it tons. N B. Nov '56. Sid Nor 19 to cruise.
Air'ryJrt,tranaaii.ivi ions, ci, u6 w.
'hsrn. I.inht. Austin. 513 tous, F II, Oct '55. Sailed Dec 14,
i.. Fi-Jiltwr. 157 tons. Hon. Sailed November S4 to cruise.
M-...J i.i, nAr .ii tnns. N B. Oct '66. Reported on
Ochotsk, Sept l., tXK) w.ts.
Ocmuliee, Oreene, -tie tons, Edgart, Nor o.
Sailed Sept II fd
0u,niia, Kyan, 2? tons, N B, Aug 'SV Sailed Dee 13 to cruise
WnTgitX Jrn, 361 tons, Edgart, Oct '57. Sailed November 20
Omega, Wbalnn, 393 tons, J 11, Sept'5i.
Left Lahaina Sept 17
Oregon, Tobey.-305 tons, F H, Oct '57. SaUed frm Honolulu Dec
n!" sTml. 859 tons. MatUP, Oct "27. SaUed Xor 17, to
Vur , "-t v " -
Orotimbo, Pease, 53 tons, N B, Oct 5..
SaUed Dec 22, cruise.
PhnLr. bk. Handv. 323 tons. Nant, Oct u6. Reported on Och
nP.t20. ,on,.NB.Au1r'5. Sailed Oct 6 for N
Zt- lind 'RiPt Dec -Jl N Z 3 rwh 16U sp the season.
Part ina bk fctwn. 271 tons, N B, Oct '57. Sid Nov S to cruise.
j K:lTj;rr! 93 tons. Hon. Feb '53. SaUed Nor 17, cruise.
AyH'l eaw"-- aiv
Rept at Maedalena Jan, clean the season
Xera. Hand, WW tons, Gr Pt. '57. Left Honoiu u Oct It,
Ml, Grandsaigne, .t tons. lUvre, June 50. Sid Oct ; 21,
.... ! i il... -iiii nn. X K. Kt-nt T.7. S d Jan 10, to
Parachute, Corey, 831 tons, K B, Aug '35. Sailed Nov 29, to
RainUnr, Ualsey. 474 tons, N B, Oct TS6. Cleared Sept 23 fr New
Zealand. Rept Jan , 4 rwh tbe season.
Rambler, Willis, 39 tons, N B, Oct "So. Sailed Nor 9 to cruise.
eiecca Sim mi. Haves, 4d0 tous, F H, Nor '37. Sailed Nor 19
Reindeer, Ashley, 450 tons, N B, Oct Sailed Dec 3, cruise
Ripple, bk, Chadwick, &4 tons, N L, Sept '37. Cleared Oct U
Robert Edward, 'Wood, 869 tons, N B, Nor 5T. Sailed Sect 90
ior . iraland Rept at Magdalena Jan, 8 whs
Robert ilom4on, TUton, 3uT tons, N B, Aug '57. Sailed Novem
ber 83 to cruise.
Roman, id. Debut, S30 tons, S B, Auf "57. Sailed Nor 18.
Routeeau, Green, Sufi tons, N B, Sept '37. Reported July 23 on
Bote Pool,bt, Fisher, 2S5 tons, Edgart, July '55. Sailed Sept 10
for e Zealand.
Saratoga, Slocum 542 tons, N B, Nor -56. Sailed Oct 20 for N
Zealand Rept Jan off Marquesas, 1 wh the season
Scotland, Wwks, 8M tons, N B, Aug '57. Sailed Nor 15, cruise.
t George, Pease. tuns, N B, Sept '37. Sailed Nor 23, cruise.
Sharon, King, 334 tons, K H, Xov '56. Arr Lahaina Oct 29 fro
Ochotsk, 1 l.i sp, 300 wh. 0U0 b on board, 3 sp wh, 73 bbu 8 wh.
3i bibs, M)0 b tlie season.
Silrer tloud, bk, Coggeshall, 401 tout, N B, Nor '56. Sailed
Uec 6, cruise.
Speedwell, Gibbs, 4S6 tons, F H, Sept '57. Cld Oct 14 to cruise.
Rept Doc 25 on N Z I rwh 1 sp the season.
Spteiutid, Piers4;s tons, Cold Spring, Sept '56. Sailed Jan 17
Soua Seaman, Norton, 497 tons, F H, Aug 56 Arrr Honolulu
Nov a fm Och. lutJ wh SOOOo b the season.
Superior, bk Wood, 273 tons, N B June '37. Left Xor . cruise
on the hne.
Stortfursten Contantin, br, Lindhohn, tons, Abo, 57. Sailed
Jan 15 to cruise.
Ihomat IHclason, Plaskett, 434 tons, N B, Nor '56.
vn. i , irruisr
Ihoma Sye, HoUy, 461 tons, N B, Oct '57.
south Rept Jao on N Zealand
Tybee, bk, reeuian, 2V9 tous, Ston, Oct '56.
Left Nor 9, cruise
Sailed Dee 21 for
ror. W hite, 2s.) tons, S H. Aug '56. Sailed Nor 9, cruise.
Tenedos, bk. King, S4o tons, N L, Aug '56. Sid Nor 80, cruise.
T urk m, soderblom, 4o2 tons, Rus Aiu Co, Oct '57. Sailed Jao 1 3.
Cnited SUiten, bk. Wood ward, 2 17 tons, Westport, June M. Left
Nov s. cruise on the Line.
Union, bk. Hedges, oou tons, B H, Sept '57. Sailed Sept 8 to cruise
ou New Zealand.
VncoH, Luce, 41i tous, N B, Sept '57. Reported Aug 3 in Bristol
bay, 1 wh.
temon, ok, risn, .too lous, Hon. Left March 20. Arrived
Honolulu .Nov lu fin Och. Too wh Mshi h lh
Victoria, br. Fish, i-0 tuns, Hon. afniieJ Nov 4, coast of Calf
Vineyard, Caswell, i?l tons, Edgart, Aug '56. Sid Nov IS, cruise.
1 Me de Rennet, Gueduit, aio tuns, Havre, '56. Arr Honolulu
i ou iui wn, -mo wn oooo D tne season.
Warelet, bk, Swain, J0 tons, N B, Oct "35. Sid Jan 26. cruise.
barren, bk, Huntley, 4ol tons, N B, Oct '55. !sld Xor 25, cruise.
nnu v.i, i.r, itss i-si ions, lion. Sailed Dec M to cruise.
W.n Ifunnton, Childs, 415 tuns, N B, Aug '57. SaUed Xor 8 to
William TV, Ausiin, 370 tons, S H, Sept '57. SaUed Oct 13 tu
cruise Kent at Maitdalena Jan. 2 wh
Wm R,.tch, KUisoB, '.'Do tons, X B, July '56. Arrr Lahaina Feb
M fm the Line, 15 sp the season.
W i ye. Soule, tons, X B, Uot '57. Sailed Xor 1, cruise. N Z.
nasinngion, PurruiKtou, 44 tons, N B, Aug '57. Sailed Dec 6,
Auguita, bk, Talmr, 'Ma tuns, Sag Harbor, July '57
Nor ;ki ou N Z nothing the season.
Carib, bk, Reynolds, 2u5 tons, 8 F, May 1. '53.
i..ir l ...... . i
Reported Sept 1
uuu ui ruusres, uois.
ELB Jenny, Marsh, 30 tns, F H.Nov, '56. Reported Aug 31
on japan, ow sp ine voyage, s!U( sp the season.
EUtbeth, Delaiuure, tous, Havre, '56.
Electro, Brown, N L. Kept cn N Z Dec 2a, '2 rwh.
Erie, Jernegan, X B. Rept on N Zealand Jan, 3 whs the season.
Florida, Fish, N . Rept on N Z Jan . 4 wh the season.
George, Silva. 2S0 tons, N B, Nor '57. Rept on N Zealand Jan.
6 mis this ea.-on
G'Ji'sey, bk, Mautor, 360 tons, N B, July '57. Reported Jau oo
.z.i rwn me season.
Hope, Gilford, Sia5 tons, N B Sept '57. Rept'd Oct 3 at Ascen
sion, 4'JO sp. Left same dv for N Z- alaml.
Hiauatha, Kllis, oil ton, X B, Oct '56. Reported Sept 8. at
Jarvis Is, ov sp, cruising westward.
Janu Maury, Curry, N B Rept on N Zealand Jan, 200 wh the
Jireh Swift, bk. Earl, 454 tons, N B, July '57. Reported Dec 8
1 ra h 1 sp the season Rept Jan off Marquesas with
Kensington , Stetson, N B. Rept on X Zealand Jan, 4 whs.
MaiehHtt, Chatfiehl. 36n tons. Nant. Sent '56. rrr San
Francisco Oct fin Ocn, 135 p 15oo wh itouo b on board. Too
wh the season. Sailed Dec 14 to cruise.
Xem England bk, Hempstead, 366 tons, N L, Sept '57. Report
ed Aug -JJ on Kudiuk, clean.
Ocean Bird, bk, Scaiaman, sid fm S Francisco Nor 10 to cruise.
RapUl, W est, 5U5 ton. X B, Oct '56. Reported Ochotsk, Sept 15,
Sarah Shea, Loper, N B. Rent on N Z Dec 7. 1 rwh the season.
Shepherd?; bk, Watrous, 274 tons. Mystic, Sept '56. Rept on
X Z Jan 4, I u0 on board. 2 rwh the season.
S-a Breeze, bk, Jones, 473 tons. N B Oct '56. Reported Aug 15
on Jaran, Iton sn the vovaire. 60 so the season.
Strah i.'arreii, bk, Poule, S F. Leit San Francisco June 19, to
T mpert, bk, Allen, S30 tons, N L, '57. Sept I, Och, 600 wh.
For New Bedford Direct!!
E" THE FAST SAILINO SHIP
jf?&S 3I0DERX TIMES
"jfm 613 leu
,B. V. Orerioa, Master.
Will have dispatch for the above port. Harinr canscitr for
only about five thousand barrels, and with a part of ber cargo
aireauy enpag -d. the " .Modern rimes" presents superior Induce
ments to shippers of OIL and BOXE.
I or Ireight or passage, apply to
P. S. WILCOX, or
A.J CART WRIGHT.
Honolulu, February, 1859. 41-tf
wS'tSR' 0NLY REGULAR LINK
IKUil b.MlhU &1AXE.S.
FIKnT class ships
Will be dispatched quaterly from Commercial Wharf, Boston.
for Honolulu, in the months of March, May or June, September
Fur further particulars see special advertisement in daily pa
pers for the above months.
tor rreigbl or passage to, or Drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HEX RY A. PIERCE.
Sandwich Islands Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, or to
B. F. SNOW, Honolulu, 9. L
Scttoh A- Co., New Tork,
Cook A fiuw, 27-tf New Bedford.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEX HOXOLULL
ASP SAX FRAXCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin.
Letters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UXITED STATES, CAVA DA AXD EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to
suit on W ells, Fargn Jt Co., . Nan Francisco or New Yorit.
Also Wells, Fargo . Co. 'a franked U. 8. Government envel
opes which pass tree over the Calilornia and coast mutes,
and over Ihe Atlantic route from San r ranrisco to .Xew York.
Commissions and Collections promptly attended to.
9-tf F. L. HANKS, Agent
HE .MP and .Manila Rope, at low rate,
also. Wlnie Lead. Ureen and Yellow Paints, English
Boiled Oil, tor sals by
ROBERT C. JANION.
for sale by (27-tf)
ROBERT C. JANION.
lt.il.ince or Cargo
AF BARQUE PORTEXA,' latelf ai Tired
is offered for sale on advantageous terms.
KOBLHT C. JA.MUN.
ENGLISH SEA ROOTS (a rerr desirable
artirle); English Wellington Boots, Blurhers, Oxonian
Tie", Shpiiers, women's and girl's Boots and Shoes; sid
spring, lace up, and a great variety ol Boots ana snoes ot very
superior qualny, for sale in large or smill quantities by
27 tf nutittti u. ii.iiu.i.
DtJIAVTIVE CANDLES, Ens;Ilils Soap. Eng-
lish t;nceries. Perfumery, Clothes Brushes, Matenws,
efausaire Machines, for sale by
BOTTLED ALE & PORTER, or llass,
Allsop's, Marzttti's and Barclay A Perkins brands, just
received per "Fortefia," from Liverpool, and tor tale Dy
n i , li c li T r I IVIAV
27-tf auotai v.i....
I 'Vr'HOIt and Chains ol
the bet and
V laiet make, (or sale at the lowest market rate., or
ROBERT V. JANION.
LATES, In large and small qasintltlen, bj-
RuBERT C. J.AN'ION.
Yellow Nappies, Stereo
sconjc Views, long and good Suspenders, elegant Fey
Vrt Buttons, ritationery. BraceleU, uota ann enver uuaru
Chains, Revolvers, Bridles and Bitts.
For sale by
ROBERT C. JANION.
A LARGE assortment of San Franciseo
Pran'e.. selected expressly for this market by Mr. J. E.
Chspman, who is well acquainted with the trade.
ROBERT C. JANIO.V.
HO A RE'S best Tarnishe
iN lor Coach Builders and House Painters, kr sale by
ROBERT C. JANION.
gILKS ad SAT1XS. hrs.. & JAM0S