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T D1K s TO PaoMISSOKT Notis. It is always in
1kii-piS Lt to lay before iu readers, from
" ' ..f iiu-li in?! decisions as. enunciating
"" 'V tf law, bearing on commercial or financial
'""'"li J to be of practical value. We have now-
t!"". Vaav ripf copy of a recent judgment in a case of
.rt trl .lfrum i? Comity Court of Frootenac, Len-
. I..'. ' V" , . tl, nn!Ur.fd
jj-.ton, lanau. ..... -rt-,
' "jock t ol tlie respondent. The question raisedjor
' f JVin point of fact, what constitutes the character of
.'note? The plaiutid declare, as endorsers of a
vi7-d -Vpteruber 14, lsi7, made by defendant, Ellery W.
- l.here.v he promised to pay defendant, John C. Crook
f - i...' .t n. bunk of British North America, at Kinrs-
. -orue, . . . . .
ITi, wit eniumge on Jnc tori:, six
ni.r date. This uote crooas.iau ennorscu iu me ue-
" "v.Me I'almer, wlio in turn endorsed the same to plain
t iil.'drfcndauts demur generally, aDd take Ue ground that
if irji im ext"c " .......... - ...
'2 i bf tiie note uncertain, and that, unless certain in point
l , " it is, as a promissory note, void ; aiso, tliat the note
tunc tingle promise to pay a tixea sum, ana an inieer
f "n is addition, for no one, by simply looking at the note,
i .? shut principal sum he is entitled to demand, as it con
s' 'tiling by ""I"0'1 lhe riUe ot exchange " oaed ; also, that
i'.jucr sill ut fulhll his engagement, if at maturity he paid
I",'-. i-Kuse his promise is to pay something more, and
J ,.'' much a part of the promise to pay " exchange on
? vrk. as i' is to pay 7i Us. Tiie plaintitf 's counsel u the
i.- hai-d. uisistea mai me "rus "liwiicuu
I m .. (T.f it, t,rirjiiil tlmn tlM
nrirm -- , - i
v r . , .. ... . . ; . . . i .
UIU IlSVe liau llimi me jr-fc-r vuiisiiim uuu mi uic lu-
ords with in-
rJ.a to treat it as if a promise to pay 11 17. in New
t ""a jn h ru!d not be paid without obtaitiing funds there.
JVacl. lunds ere only obtainable by paying the exchange on
j c)!", tti.it. at all eveuts, as the plauitiQs were endorsers,
? akcf might be treated a tlie acceptor, and the payee a
I lrai T and indorser of a bill of exchange on New York to
I'l'Mi-r, ttint he had endorsed to the plaintiffs, and on a
,f r, ,iige, rerxctiauge, exfienses of protest. Sec-, were by
...'f ral'ii- that this amounted to no more than an under
I ,f in Die body of tlie bill to pay what tlie law would oblige
j s lants to pay, without any such undertaking, on the
dishonored. The Court lu prefacing its judgment, re
r. J UiaL aiil.in a few years past, a practice had grownup
ni.ji'noies iii the same forui as had been adopted in this
J ; j ...urently, it had arisen from the dealings of Canadian
"r .th njerchants in New York, the former buying goods
-iit. hi''h ouht to be paid for in that city, and giving to
i vri.'!(rs notes payable generally, or payable in Canada, for
n-.vt' of tiie goods. In order to make it a jxiyinatt in AVin
aitlK'Ut Uie uece-sity o: actual presentment there, some
k i.inu of words as with current exchange on New Y'ork,"
) w,:h exchange on ew iork are added. I he Court had
I r . .1. tl ,1 in uri(lr'riil.il M.-f iiinw lliw ani.kiint w.mlil lu. 1
fS- 'i'-' " ' - i . --
"41, l w. by the jury, including the current rate
4 i-.-IiiiiiL'c on 3e i orfc, 1111 pi incipai, luterest, costs 01 pro
t tc Ii ill doubtful whether the Courts ever had this ques
a j-j" d before. In the case under consideration, each party
4.:u- d the words " with exchange on New York " to be a well
4 i:d phrase; and it was not contended that they could
X je t. J as surplusjage. After a recapitulation of the facts
, .r ca, as outlined above, with a reference to precedents,
ui t ie Courts of Cauada and the Uuiled Slates, the Judge
i !-.-! that the appeal must be alios ol, and that judgment lor
I-:, .1 lant should be given iu the Court below. On the fuil
i ,.ti. deration, it could not be showu that the amount to be
v A. .s made certaiu, eitlier by the terms or the instrument, or
y I !jc .implication of any riie of law as in the case of a uote
f ,itu oibii iiiiiriesi, sou as ii is bu essential cnaraiieriMic 01
J- ,mvry note, tliit it should tie made for a sum certain, the
.rt as tiound to frame its judgment accordingly llu( tliis
sun does not fetter the discretion of the Court to grant leave
Ljiiri.d, or to add a new count, if the plaintiff can so shape
:au of action against the defendants, or either of them, as
art-sued iu distinct rights as to enable himself to recover.
PHASES OF THE MOON IS MAT.
d h in s I d h m s
Vin.... 4 H 30 21 P.M.'Vew Moon.. .2(1 08 14 M A.M.
.(,'r 12 06 44 57 A.M.iFirst yr 27 09 32 45 A M
..rHilo add II min., 16 see.
.t kw aibae add t mill. .4 sec.
f t I.ahaina add 4 min., 44 ec.
f.r U iiinea, Kauai, subsi ract 7 min., 12 sec.
Sl-VS RISING AXD SETTING.
'..-a'aied for mean or watch time; corrected for refraction, etc)
h m h m
-ixi 29, Sun rises & 3D Sun sets 6 25
U do 30, do 5 29 do 6 -Jo
;(.r I, do 5 28 do 6 25
9 io 2, do 5 28 do 6 2ii
'o 3, do 5 zl do 6 26
I 4, do 5 27 do 6 27
d 5. do 26 do 6 27
.j Uie same throughout the group.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
4-il ? Am wh Gen Pike. Fisher. X B, S13 tons, 7 V roos
t nt, 320 wh 20fN b the vnrspe : off and on.
Am wh sh Ohio, Barrett, X B, 383 tons ; off and on.
'.'1 Hawschs Henry, McGregor, fni Kawaihae; Manuki-
n a, fm Koolau.
22 Haw sch Kamoi, Wilbur, fm Lahaina ; sloop Louise,
Rye, fm Kona.
2J Haw schs Kamnikeiki, Wetherby, fm Kahului; Ka
nioiwahine, Kuheana, fm Kauai ; Margaret, Maikai
fm Ilanalei ; Keoni Ana, Harry, fm Kohala.
2V Am wh hk Isabella, Tucker. N B, 315 tns, &X m out,
fm N Zealand, nothing ; off and on.
25 Am wh sh Abr Barker riorum, N B,400tnni, 32 mos
out, fm N' Z. .SO up KI wh the season : off and on.
I Ambk Washington Allston, Wood?, Hiil fm Bostr.n.
A Haw schs Jcannette, Clark, fm Koloa; Maria, Molte-
no, fm Lahaina.
SI Am sh Henry Brigham, Potter, fr Baker's Island.
Am wh sh Gen Pike, Fisher, fr Kodiak.
m wh sh Ohio, Barrett, fr Ochotsk.
Hswschrs I.sholiho. Kapuahi, fr Kohala and Hilo ;
M aria. Molteno. fr l.ahaina and Kalepolepo ; Mary
' Fllen, K, fr Koloa,
23 Haw sch Warwick. Keoni. fr Molnkai.
Haw wh hm bgOahu. Bolfs, fr Arctic.
24 Haw schs Kamoi, Wilbur, fr I.ali.iina ; Kamoikeiki,
Wetherby. fr Kahului; sloop Live Y'ankee, Morse,
for windward ports.
Am sh Syren. Green, for N Bedford, with oil k bone.
Am h Olivia, Redfield. fr Arctic on a trading cruise.
25 Am wh sh Henry Kneeland, Kelly, for OchoUk.
Am wh bk Itaheila, Tucker, fr Kod At Arc
Kw wh bk Harmony. Kelly, do
Haw sch Henry. Moiiregor. fr Lah and Kawaihae.
Haw sch Kamoiwahine, fr Xawiliwili and Koloa.
26 Haw sch Keoni Ana, fr Koloa and Waimea.
Haw sch Margaret, fr Ilanalei.
Haw sch Nettie Merrill, Barren, fr Lah, Kohala, rtilo.
Haw wh bg Aloha, Stoever, fr Och.
Haw wh brt Victoria, Oanelbrg, fr Arctic.
01illg wh tik German, Lubbers, to cruise
27 Am wh sh Ocean, dark, fr Kod.
jf7e wh bk ,4mrVvri, rapt Pease, cruised off the Gallipsgos
m I it the Line. Weather good but whales scarce. Jan 2 -,
4 nt P M. when 120 miles from the Gallipagoa, two seamen,
:ive of Rotumah, attempted to desert by jumpinz overboard,
4 rnr lfu deceived at sundown by a bank of clouds which they
k for land. As soon as they were mised. a light was set
afc 1 j.e Tfl hove to for the night. Next morning they were
ri I nt a short distance off. a boat was sent after them and took
ut the other threw up his hands, then brought them to his
ind sank just as the boat was about to reach him. His
tnrani,in thought he was not exhausted, but had put an end to
4 own life. Capt Peae reports off Gallipaeos, Feb 1, bk Ma-
Ann, Mary. Matiajmisett. 13V mos out, i'xt p; Feb 22. bark
f-leti ?now, Nye. N K, 2 mos out. 19(1 spm since leaving here;
a.1 w.n a large number of sperm whales abont 30 miles from
k oaun.(o, going to the westward very fast.
t I The wh sh Om. Capt Clarke, cruised on the coast of Cali-
F -nia. with fine weather most of the time. Whales plenty but
, Th h bk Gfmuin. Capt Lubbers, leit Bremen Sot 10; cross
r: tht Line Dee 29, in long 29 17 W; was off Cane Horn Feb 3,
.d crossed the Line again Mar 20 in long 1 10 57 W. Had mod
tri:t weather the whole passage. Was south to 5S deg. From
f riru to Line 49 days; Line to Cape Horn, 36 days; Cape Horn
r- Line 4fi days Line' to Honoluln 22 days; in all 158 days.
I The ih Chu PM;m. Capt Brown, sailed from New London
J'-v 15 ; crossed the line lec 30, in long 29 2 W ; pased
fajie Horn Feb 7; and crossed the line acain Mar 27, in kn
! IS W. Eiieiienred good weather the whole passare ;
s -'lit winds and calms, no gales, off Cape Horn wery fine.
xnitb to 57 47. Was 13 davs from Sften Mand'tn Ion
y' Tourhed at Massaruem for "a few h.nr Feb 29. and was
?tl,e Si Felii Islands a short time Mar 4. Firm New Lnn
J to Lioe, 45 days ; Line to Cape Horn, 39 days ; Cane Horn
J' Lire, 9 davs ;'l.ine to Honolulu, 18 davs ; in all, 151 days.
i is lat I I 5 S. lone 32 47 W, snnVe Am sh BiieaaVisia,
? dt from Boston, bound to S.m Francisco.
Tl sh llfitry Hrigham , Capt Porter, and the brig 7er,
Von Hold!, sailed from iSan Francisco Mar 24, in torn-
B 1ST U if tl th Frinr.. D u I . . .kil. mrrivA nl ill
K :lh, 5 days before ths former and 6 days ahead of the latter.
"to vessels experienced very light weather, with frequent
Tss srh OM . -, Capt Candage, sailed from San Fran
"' Mar 22. two davs before the above. I .ike them, reports
''4 inds and calm. The Odd Fellow is a sch of tons,
f5 some resemblance to the Kalams and is apparently a
'! good vessel. We understand she is intended for the ia--'Und
Ti'e.wh bk EmmW, Capt Pierce, cuised on tb Coast of
"ioinia. principally off St. Quintan. Was in company
' i:o other vessel. Had moderate weather till tha latter
4n n the season, w hen there were frequent, heavy blows
'theNW. Wbales were quite numerous, but shy. Left
o-ast Mar 25 ; had light winds on the pa-sare dswn.
Tk sea XttlU Merrill, Capt Brown, reports the Mlowit
: Jan 17, in lat 35 N, long 31 40 W, spoke bk Meai
"a, of Baltimore, 65 davs wt, hound to Montevideo; had
s -ii days from 4 N and 31 W ; becalmed the whole time,
off Massafuero, spoke wb bk Aurora, Marshall, W
inn. out, nothing since last reported.
PORT OF LAHAINA.
flT Am wh sh Gen Pike, Fisher, N B, 818 tons. 7 mos not,
30 men, fm Baa Carlos, 320 wh, 2000 b on brd and the
0-Aro wh bk Massasoit, Percival. Matt, 235 tons, 2.1 mot
out, 29 men, fm Margarita Bay, 800 wh on brd, 500
rH Am wh sh Spartan, Banker. Nant, 333 tons, 18 ma out,
28 men, fm Line, 35 sp, 170 wh on brd, 35 sp, 20 wh
"I 19-Aro wh sh Ohio. Barrett, fr Och.
Am wb sh Gen Pike. Fisher, fr Kodiak
"Am wh sh Ppartan, Bunker, to cruise south and Line.
Ani sh Massatoit, Percival, fr Kodiak.
January 10 W u. Wuitk, a teaman, belonging to the wh brig
Aloha, was drowned by the capsizing or a boat. He was a Ger
man, aged about S years. The body was found and buried
about a month afterwards.
February 3 Msrtis N'ETwaKK, teaman on board whale brig
Kauai, was ttrnck by a whale and killed instantly. He was a
German,-about 23 yean of age.
January 28 Kci, seaman on board ship Chat Phelps, of con
sumption.. He was a native of this place, about 25 years of age.
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
M I O M A !
Cart. VM. STOTT, will sail for the above port on or about
May 5lh. For freight, apply to
5-2t fked'k L. hanks a co.
i?AY Tl" A 1 fast tailing American bark
WM. B. COBB, Master,
Will be dispatchetl on the 1st of May for the above ports.
For fre pht or passage, having excelleut accommodations in
first and second cabins, apply to
33 2t J. C. SPALDIXG.
TJX AMERICAS BARK lVASIIIc;TOV ALL-
Xi TO.," Capt. Geo. L. WiHids, and lor sale by the under
signed 150 ash oars, assorted sizes.
Rolls tarred i-lieatnin; paper,
Cases of yellow metal,
Nests painted buckets,
Barrels Turks' Island salt,
Boxes salt water soap,
Keg water rrarkers,
Tins water bread.
Tins u af. crackers.
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins bulter crackers,
Tins gineer snap., a
Tins milk bread,
Casks medium bread,
Casks pilot bread,
Oak timbrr, assld sizes.
Sugar kegs and staves,
Kegs cannon powder,
Caes rifle powder.
fiO M Manila chrroots,
190 M Havana shaped,
New Bedl.i.d whaleboatt
52 tf C. BREWER A. CO., Market Whirf,
JUST RECEIVED !
' WASHINGTON ALLSTON !'
And for sale by
J. C. SPALDING!
' ql ARTER Cawks and IU o tavet of Hnuieae '
O dark Brandy.
10 quarter casks "Harmony" sherry,
10 bbls rye whisky,
100 rases champagne rider,
50 gross wine corks,
25 baskets champagne,
3uo one-half boxes sardines,
100 cases " Loudon Jockey Club" Schiedam gin,
21 bbls old Bourbon wlnky,
3 half pipes Kivierre"' brandy. 52:tf
aTvust Hcccivod per
AND FUR SALE BY
J. C. Spalding-
ClASES Rob Itoy Canton Flannels;
Cases cotton handkerchiefs.
Do crackers, via, water, butter, soda, wine and tagar,
Do Merrimac two blue prints,
Do fancy prints.
Do denim frocks and pants,
Coils of Manila rope, 1 to 5 inches,
I case toggle irons, 3 do whalers' cutting spades. 52 tf
WINES AND SPIRITS!
THE FOLLOWINC CHOICE assortment
just received by J. C. SPALDIXG, per "Washington All
15 qr casks and octaves "Hennesty's" Brandy,
10 qr casks Harmony' Sherry,
10 M.ls Rye Whisky,
l(Mi cases champagne cider,
1 bale corks,
25 baskets champagne,
(Jr casks Ileveirre Brandy,
Bbls Old Bourliou Whisky. 62 tf
London Jockey Club in !
CASES, Jat Kfelv-l per s aihliigtN All
twit,' and for sale at Agents' rates, by
52 tf J. C. SPALDING.
CARRIAGES FOR SALE.
TUST RKCKIVKI) per "Wnshinston AII
O ston, 3 fancy trimmed Top Buggies.
For sale bv
J. C. SPALDIXG.
.otice to the Public.
IT HEIVti yie Intention of the Diidenilcnerl to
leave the Kingdom in a few weeks, all persons iudi-bted to
him are requested to call and settle before the 15th of May, or
their accounts will lie placed in the hands of an attorney for col
lection. Persons having claims against him will please present
the same for immediate payment.
A. BLRGKMF.ISTER, Tinsmith,
Nuuanu St., above Queen st,
Honolulu, April 26. 1860. 52 3t
1) KOPEK Application havinir been made to the
llonorahle Kiisha II. Allen. Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, by J. W. Austin, guardian of the person and property of
Peter V. Kaeo, for permission to sell the ili of tipuoao, Kohala,
island of Hawaii, part of the property of the said Peter V. Kaeo:
Notice is hereby given to all persons whom it may concern, that
Saturday, the 5th day of May next, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon,
is a dy and hour appointed for hearing said application, and
all objections that may be offered thereto, at the Court House iu
the town of Honolulu.
JNO. F- BARN ARD, Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, April 1, ItioO. M
t lili PERSONS im nay way latere-slrd in the
A Estate of Joseph Mauphan, of Honolulu, late deceased, such
as next of kin, creditors or otherwise, are hereby notified to be
and appear before the Hon. Elisha II. Allen, Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court, at his Chambers in the Court House, Honolulu,
on Saturdav tlie 12th day of May, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
to attend tlie examination of the accounts of G. P. Judd. admin
istrator upon the Estate, and show cause, if any they have, why
the accounts should not be passed and the said administrator be
discharged from anv further responsibility in the matter.
J.NO. E. BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, April 27, i860. 52 It
mvvo Tvnrnsir.iPll IIFBF.RA' HIVES
notice, that from afld after this date the Brand I P. of J.
Piikoi, becomes his property : inereiore.au person, iroiu ..
waii to Kauai, who may find any horses, cattle, jackasses or
mules of this brand, are hereby called upon to return the same
to the undersigned immediately. And if any of the above ani
mals have been given to any one. such person is requested to
show the bill of transfer given by J. Piikoi and myself ; or if any
person has purchased any of said animals, he is desired to pro
duce the bill of sale agreed to by both parties.
.!) K. PllivOaU
Honolulu, April 2Sth, 1H60. 52 St
THE fTNDE RSKJNE I) harinff been ap
pointed Administratrix on the estate of John W. Pitt Kinau,
late deceased, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims
against, or being indebted to, sid estate, to han 1 In their ac
counts or make payment to LL'KA KKF.LlK0I.AXI,
April 7, I860 52 tf Governess of Hawaii.
MESSRS. IXGOLS fc STAMEYsirray dnlyai
thorixed Agents during my absence from this Kingdom.
& 5t 8. PORTER FORD, M. D.
TT I DIRECTED y II. R. II. the MiaUierof
X the interior, mat, in ornsr nfimurr m ji'eeu
of the Land Commission Books from this Office to the Courts of
Uw for evidence, the section 44 of Article 1. page 15, of the
Civil Code, shall be enforced in all its provisions, relating to
certified copies under h: official seal, and to charges.
1 J. H. SMITH, Sec. Cl'k.
jHonoluln, April 16. 1860. 51-
Bound Volumes !
OUXD VOLUMES OF THE "POLYNESIAN" FO
various j ears, for sale at this omee, rnce f o. oiu
VW To Uie Editor of the Polynesian. .Mr. Edi
tor : The statement of "Tindex" in the Advertiter of this week,
is entirely one-Mreu, and calculated to mislead and injure par
ties interested, for Mr. Keegan was positively directed, to contin
ue his search atjttr cluirt, provided he should not find the isl
ands from the position assigned by CapL Aloody of the ship Air
He was asked if he was thoroughly prepared to carry out the
object of his engagement, and was told to apply for further in
formation as to the locality of Johnston's Islands, from any
source he chose, and lie replied that he knew where he was go
ing and intended to go there.
As be did Hot go there, has he any one to blame but himself?
(Signed) WM. FETTERS,
Owner of sch.'Kamehameha IV."
(Signed) C. A. Jc II. F. POOR, Charterers.
Honolulu, April 28th, 1S60.
1ST FRIENDS' MEET! X. Robert Undacjr
and Wife, Ministers of the Society of Friends, from England, In
tend holding a meeting for Divine worship, after tlie manner of
Friends, iu the Armory at Honolulu, at half-past seven o'clock
on Second day (Monday) evening, the 3uth instant, which the
public are respectfully invited to attend.
Honolulu, 4th month, I-3U
XT THE ASXCAL MEETIU OF TIIE STOCK-
holders of the Hawaiian Flour Company, for the choice of Ofli.
cers, will be held at the Court Horn on MONDAY, May "Ui, a'
10 o'clock A. M. R. ARMSTRONG, President.
Honolulu, April 20, 1SC0. 51 2t
The best Remedy for Rheumatism !
riT" MALL'S Sarauparilla, Vrllow Dock and
Iiodide of Potass, is prepared fro-n the finest Red Jamaica Sar
saparilla and English Iodide of Potass. Admirable as a restorer
and purifier of the blood it cleanses the system of all morbid
and impure matter, removing pimples, boils and eruptions from
the skin, cures rheumatism and pains of all kinds. All who can
afford should use it, as it tends to give strength and prolong life.
Sold by Druggists generally, at $1 per bottle.
R. HALL k Co., Proprietors,
Wholesale Druggists, 143 and 145 Clay street, San Francisco.
HO VOLL'Lr RIFLES. ATTEXTIOX! The
Members of the above Company are hereby notified that
after this date, notices will not lie issued as heretofore.
' Jf Regular Drills will be held at the Armory of tire Corps
aUaon. the 2d and 4th Friday Evenings of each month, at "
o'clock P. M. Per order.
JOHX II. BROWN, Captain.
F. L. J0SKS, Orderly Sergeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Rifles, J
Dec. 3d, 1859. (
A. P. & A. 31.
fkf LE PROGRE3 DE L'OCEAXIE LODGE, JsO
ViJ 124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council
iVirnsrV, "f ,lie Grand Central Lodge of France, working in
the ancient Scotch Kite, holds its Regular Meetings on the
first Wednesday nearest the full moou of every mouth, at the
old Lodge Room in King Street.
Visiting brelhrenrespectfiilly invited to attend.
By order of W. M. 16-lC P. C. JOX ES, jr., Sec'y.
t7idy.ee ctt a TrGrim.
THE Premises In AValklkl, known aa the Sud
den premises. Likewise, all the right, title and interest of
R. V. Speiden ill the property situated on the E. N. E. side of
Xuuanu street, at the maiika corner of Hotel street.
INCLUDING THE PROPERTY KNOWN A3 THE
"ALII AMUR A."
Also, the Estate known as "M AK AO," being an entire ahupuaa
or division of land in Koolauloa, now occupied by Mr. Speiden.
Likewise, the right, title and interest of R. V. Speiden in the
lot corner of Punch-Howl and Queen streets, on the niakai side.
This proerty is offered for sale on liberal terms, and unless
disposed of before April 2Sth, will be sold at public auction on
that day. Apply to 4a tf CIIAS. C. HARRIS.
P. C. JONES, Jr.,
HAS COXSTAXTLV O.V II AXD AXD FOR
gale at the lowest market rates, a full assortment of
Boots k shoes,
Hats and caps,
A VARIETY OF " YANKEE NOTIONS !"
t? rj cj rj rj r? rj t? r? tj cj r? rj t?
corxrnr orders filled a t the lowest mar
ket rates: 45 3m
James A. Bnrdick
COOPER & G AUGER!
fTT- IV REMOVING HIS BUSINESS g
I i to his new cooperage on the esplanade. Fort l-t
Street, takes tl is opportunity of returning Vlafr
his sincere thanks to his friends and the public in general, for
the support and patronage which they have been pleased to
grant to him for the past ten years, and hopes that hy attention
to business and promptness in the execution of all orders in
trusted to him, to merit a continuance of their favors.
On Hand and for Sale
Upwards of 4t0 J barrels of all sorts and siies of casks.
Fort Street, next door to Yen Holt & Henck,
WOULD Inform the Public that he has
re-commenced business. Having a good stock of ma
terials on hand, together with thirty years' practical
knowledge of his business, and by doing work at reasonable
prices, he hopes to gain a share of public patronage.
s Cement, California and Hawaiian Lime for sale. 43 tf
Just Received !
Ex "D. Godfrey."
IpOSTON SI'AR CURED HAMS;
) Boxes codf.sh.
Kits No I mackerel.
Kits Tongues and Sounds,
Fresh lard, in tins.
Fine salt in bags, 20 lbs each,
Half bbls dried apples,
Boxes superior tv'iacco.
For sale by 49 tf 8. STIDGE.
MTHE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP TIIE
Board of Trutees of the Queen's Hospital will receive
Sealed Tenders for the erection of a Hospital building
and out buildings, until the 1st day of May, IsoO. Plans and
specifications may be seen at tlie counting room of Messrs. Yon
Holt fc Heuck, on Fort street.
5J 3t J. W. AUSTIN, Secretary.
" BaUxtjtLLeoja.F! "
rrERV aape-lor Wiltshire Cheese, In imsll tins,
V for sale by
49 tf S. SAVIDGE.
TAR! PITCH! ROSIN I
PBT.S. EXTRA WILMINGTON TAR;
1 Do do do Pitch;
Iki do do Tar.
Just received per "Siren," and for sale by
. C. BREWER k CO.,
44 tf Market Wharf.
AND FOR SALE BY TIIE UNDERSIGNED,
Dr. 8. P. Townsend's Compound Fluid Extract of Sarsapa
rilla. 38 tf JAMON, GREEN k CO.
4 FEW CASES OF GOOD ARTICLE, Jast
at received per 'r'yren.
For sale bv
C. BRETEIt r CO,
EXCHANGE FOB SALE.
(ICHT EXCIIAXG on Charles Woleott Brooks
O San Francisco, Cala, for sale in iumi to suit, by
24 f J t. WALKC.K.
HY A. P. EVERETT.
REAL ESTATE, FURNITURE. &c, &c.
ON SATURDAY, APIlIl28tU,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. JT.
On the premises of W Kinney, corner of Punch Bowl and Ber
etania streets, will be sold by order of the assignee, the
llaaae. Lot, a Mel Faraitare of Ike boose.
Wagons, horses, Ac, Ac.
Lase of a tract of Land at Waikiki, nsed as a grass farm.
The above offers a rare chance for investment. Particulars in
Ijif Terms liberal, and made known at sale.
Schooner "Queen" at Auction.
On SATURDAY April 2S,
A T .8 O'CLOCK, Jf".
At Custom House Wharf, will be sold, the sch.
"Ul'KKN," capacity about I.tO bols, well found
iu sans, Sit, new coppered and new decked the past summer.
OX WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 2d,
AT 10 O'CI-Ot'K, A. M.,
At Sales Room, a sale of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, con
sisting in part of
Boots and Shoes,
And a large variety of miscellaneous goods ex recent arrivals,
which will be ready lor inspection early ou the day of sale.
JUST RECEIVED !
AND FOR SALE BV
J. C. SPALDING,
At Prices to Suit the Times !
THE CARGO of the American Bark
W. B. COBB, Master,
PROM BOSTON DIUECT, COMPRISING TIIE
V following assortment, viz:
Bbls prime pork,
23,600 burnt bricks,
llbis coal tar,
Bhls bright varnish,
Hf-bbls .Magnolia whisky
ID-gallon kegs whisky,
6-gillii kegs do,
Cask4 Ioiidon porter,
I'm cans ol bread,
Bales gunny bag?,
Case Victoria tobacco,
Cs Queen's own do
Cs Mewart do
Cs Tasmania do
Cs Oiis Denims
Tcs hams, in salt,
Bbls Gallego Hour,
llxs salt water soan
Packages V tl Vegetable Duties,
1iic1(Ii ng do.
cotfee cups and saucers,
soup and dining plates,
ewers and basins,
tea cups and saucers,
tureens and bow Is
Kits tongues it sounds
Kin 'So I mackerel,
Boxes sperm candles,
Cases charcoal irons,
Cases handled axes,
Kegs pure Jr. extra lead.
Kegs zinc paint,
Cases under shirts,
V S brown sheet
ing, hales hetucket denims,
bales Sliawmut denims, bales Falls CVs
stripes, bales Lyman liro's drills, bales Dwight Bro's
drills, Dwight Bro's blue drills, ca-es 4-4 bleached cotton,
Cases 4-4 bleached cotton, Portsmouth ; cases blue
prints, cs honey comb and piquet quilts,
cases Portsmouth sheetings,
bales ticking, bis
, Nests painted buckets
Nests painted pails,
Nests painted tubs.
Cases scrub brushes,
Cases birch brooms.
I nns deck buckets,
Cases whaling spades,
Cases No 1 soap,
Boxes Paints, viz: chrome, yel
low, celestial blue, Chinese
Barrels mess beef,
Cases saddles (complete),
lUr-casks Dutf Gordon sherry,
i.xpresa IV agons.
Cases blc'd Bristol cottons,
RolN iron fencing,
Cases water rrarkers,
Cases assorted crackers.
Iliill barrel dried apples,
Cases cheese in tins,
Hall barrels butter.
Cases boiled Linseed Oil,
Cases spirits turpentine,
Boxes ground pepper,
Finished ox bows,
Varnished ox bows.
Cases denim frocks and pants,
Cases striped shirts,
Cases gray flannel shirts,
Cases gray flannel drawers,
"Roger Williams" stoves,
Boxes champagne cider.
Boxes Port wine.
Eighth-casks Cognac brandy,
Boxes curry poh-der.
Boxes Seville olives.
Boxes l-t green corn,
Boxes l-tb green peas,
Boxes lins scaled herrings.
Cases gray flannel and blue shirts,
Cases ol hags of ground salt,
Cases of boxes of do,
Cases of jars of do,
Boxes layer raisins.
Cases of Hawaiian ensigns.
Cases of American ensigns,
Half-harrels crushed sugar,
Cases 6 card matches,
Cases Dupoat's powder.
Cases Mason's challenge blacking,
V and pipes T4F Martell's Brandy
5 gallon kezs Mononeahela Whisky,
Cases half boxes Sardines,
Doors, window sashes aud blinds.
For sale by
fjy Terms liberal.
PAINTS, OILS, &c.
JUST RECEIVED PER "SYR EX,"
Cases spirits turpentine,
Kegs white lead,
Do black paint.
Do imperial green,
Do chrome yellow,
lo celestial blue,
Do copal varnish,
Do bright varnish.
Kegs French zinc.
Do French vellow,
Dn red lead.
Do Venetian red,
For sale by C, BREWER at CO.,
44 tf Market Wharf.
J I ST received per 'Syren,' from Boston, Tnpestry
Velvet dn., Enamelled Bags.
Doric do., Tapestry do..
Wool Mats, do. Ktirs,
Velvet do., Manila Mats,
Table Baize, Stair Covering,
Do Carriages, different patterns.
For sale by C. BREWER fc Co.
43 tl Market Wharf -
GEORGE G. HOWE bna rrraerril Ma lasnber
yard to Court House squire cm the New Espianade, where
he will be hnppy to see his old friends and customers, and
hopes to see some new ones. He will guarantee to sell as
heap as any dealer or importer in Honolulu. 46 Sim
DCRING TIIE sniMER MONTHS the Sailor's
Home will continue to receive Boarders at the following
Board, per week, $ M
Do do Private Table, S no
Lodging, per week 1 00
P. ft. SHOWER BATHS on the premises.
Single Baths 12,VcU.
Baths per week 80
To boarders, free.
42tf Maa. E. THRCM.
Just Rf reive d ex "Frances Palmer !"
FNE HAVANA CIGARS, and aaperlor Natural
Leaf Chewing Tobacco. For sale by
-60 31 JOHN CATTENACH, Nuuano St.,
A few doors mauka of the Royal Hotel, two doors from King st.
BALES GUNNIES For aale by
C. BREWER t CO.,
44 tf Market Wharf.
ALnrpe Assortment Utelr received per
' Sacnatn' and Polynesia.' For sule by
2-tf CHAS. BREWER, Sd.
H. HAOHFELD . & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING GOODS.
4L'ST ARRIVED PCS
"SYREN," FROM BOSTON !
heavy bro. sheet
ings, heavy Amtwkeag
denims, heavy eagle denims.
shirts, nests of trunks,
cases corn meal, ca-ks butter.
mustard, curry pow
der, halibuts, cs refined lard,
soap, pain killer, char, irons,
bats, nests' trunks,
cott. umbrellas, shins.
corn meal, coil pants, jackets,
lemou syrup, apples.
sarsap'la syrup, pears, plums,
sins, crstid sugar
in hll bbl t. chocolate,
salted herrings in blf barrels,
Im-eed oil. whiting in
half barrels, pure white lead,
Ash oars, 16. 17 and 18 feet leng.
Doors and window sashes, assd sizes,
Bales flax twine, ate, Ate.
A large nwsrlBiral f Boota aaisl Shoes,
Consisting as follows:
Men's thick boots, (Men's kip hroeans.
Men's glove top congress gai Men's calfbroeans,
ters, I Men's welt calf bmgans.
Men's opera congress gaiters, Men's pump stile goat brngans,
Men's si e oped congress gait- Youth's kip and calf brosans,
er"i ' Ladies' glove kid slippers,
Men's black cloth patent tip Ladies' cloth kid slippers,
cunciess gaiiers, Men's metallic rubber boots.
Men's call boots,
Men's kin boots.
Youth's and children's boots
Men's metallic sandals.
Men's metallic overshoes.
Men's calf welt long boots.
Men's colored, ass'd. congress; Women's nirtnllir siiiilnl
gaitrrs, (Women's metallic overshoes.
A large assortment of Ladies' Gaiter and Sllp
44 tf prrs.
JUST RECEIVED !
PER CLIPPER RARK
P It 31 L1V K K I () C) U
K SPLKNDID ASSORTMENT OF NEW
SELECTED FOR THIS MARKET!
And for sale by the undersigned, consisting in part ol
Beautiful new styles of Prints,
Victoria lawns, Colmrgs,
Marine White Soap,
42 inch Bagcing,
Beer and Porter, Oils,
And a great variety of English goods.
XT Samples of prints and other goods can be seen at the
store of the undersigned.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
47 3m J ANION. GREEN Sc. Co.
BOGLE'S HYPERION FLUID!
For Restoring, Preserving ami Adorning
THE GREAT, PRESERVATIVE OF THE AGE !
U HOMR In the Tropica should he without Bo
gle's Hyperion fluid.
Prof. Anderson, in IS..,
Pronounced it to be the Saver of his Hair !
Royal Lvckcm Thcsteb, Stiud, Ljpox, (
Saturdav , Aug. 25th. -too. (
It adonis me very great pleasure to bear witness to the sur
prising ethacy of ' ltoele's Hyperion Fluid." I hadorrasion
to resort to it after losing so much of my hair as to he almost
bald, owing to the influence of the climate, during my tour in
the L'niied States. Various much vaanted Hair Restoratives
which I had already tried having entirely failed, I was advised
to test the value of Mr. Bogle's preparation. I used it dili
gently for some time, when to my great gratification my hair
assumed more than its former luxuriance. Hence I can both
from my own experience and that of ;uy friend to whom I
have recommended its use most confidently advise the use of
the " Hyperion Fluid" to all who need the use ot that which
shall restore, nourish, and beautify their hair. For these pur
poses, I am certain that it is unsurpassed and unsurpassable.
JOHN HENRY ANDERSON.
" Great Wizard of the North."
To tlie Public of Honolulu.
The Agent of Bogle's Hyperion Fluid having railed on me
when I arrived here, I was delimited to find my old friend had
preceded me (1 Mean llegie's Fluid.) My hair was falling off
in thousands per dav ; a short interview with my friend has
sloped the fall : a few smart rohhins operations, performed by
V'OEI.KER." has made every hair as last as the Hawaiian
on my Maeic f'hair. I. in IH."9, in Honolulu, recommend it
to the world as the Great Hair Preserver.
JOHN HENRY ANDERSON. "Wizard."
E7 Agent for the sal of Bogles Fluid
Perfumer, Fort street, Honolulu.
BEST HAIR DYE
Tn tno World !
THIS IS RATIIKR STRONG LAXCCACE. yet
Boele's Electric Hair Oye (recently improved) was rorrn
lobe so bv the judees at the Lite Mechanics Fair, held in
Boston fsniong whom was Dr. Hayes, the eminent chemist
and State assaver), who awarded it the Prize Medal and Di
ploma, over the choicest hair dyes on exhibition from all parts
of the I'mon. Its unparalleled superiority consists in, 1st,
The ingredients are nourishing to the hair, not destructive,
as others are. 3d, Does not stain nor hurt the skin. 3d, Is
easily applied, and ilyes th&hair any color required, from a
delicate brown tn a deep brack, so natural as to appear mar
vellous. Manufactured, sold and applied by WM. BOGLE,
30" Washington street, Boston, and may be had of Drurnists
VON HOLT & HEUCK,
FFF.R FOU SILK IN QTANTTriES TO Sl"IT,
the following choice assortment of
LIQUORS & BEEXl,
JfST RECEIVED PER
n Is-l-t IO"friT T !
And most carefully selected for this market by Mr. L. H.
Anthon, viz. :
SO cases (IS bottles each), pure Hollands Gin ;
SO " (15 botr s each), pure Hollands Gin. imported
direct from Schiedam, being the very best article in the market.
2. cues best Martell's Uramly.
Marzetti's Ale and Porter, in quarts and pints, cases 4
and 8 dozen each.
BEST BRAND ALE, iu pint;
cases 8 dozen each, at reasonable prices. 43 tf
NOTICE ! !
Wild tnbranded Cattle on Hawaii !
Try HERE AS. the undersigned ha-rlnir Leased all
V the right, title and interest of His Hawaiian Majesty and
the Hawaiian Government, to the wild nnbranded cattle on the
island of Hawaii, hereby gives notice that all persons killing,
catching, or taking said nnbranded cattle, or who unlawfully
have in their possession the hides of said nnbranded cattle, will
be prosecuted according to law.
ROBERT C. JAMON,
By his Attorney, W. L. Gs.
J. II. MALLETT, Agent on Hawaii.
Ponolulu, March 31st, I960.
ITMIEREAS THE UNDERSIGN ED HAS BEEN INFORMED on
II grfd authority that great irregularity exists in the taking
and killing of the wild cattle on the mountains on Hawaii, be
lonring to His Majesty and to the Government, by parties who
claim or pretend to claim right under bills of sale from His Maj
esty or from the Government, and whereas, from the nature of
the country and other causes it is almost impossible to place
agents to guard the interests of His Majesty and c' the Govern
ment, and whereas all parties having legal claims on the said
wild cattle have already had time sufficient, if tl.ry have used
due di'iireiwe to remove the same :
Now therefore, the undersigned hereby gives notice to all par
ties who purchased wild cattle running on the mountains on Ha
waii, previous to the 1st day of January l-vT, to remove the same
If not already removed, on or before the 1st day of May next,
after which time, parties tak.ng wild cattle will be prosecuted.
Interior Office, I L. KAMEHAMEHA.
Jan. 24, 15S. f A-vtf
"1 TTHEREAS. my Wife, Ann, having left my bed
V an.l beard without Just cause or provocation, I hereby for
bid all pet sens harboring or trusting her on my account, as I
shall pny no debts of ber contracting after this date.
Kona, Hawaii, March 33, I860.
N O KA JIEA, ua haalelc ko'n W ahlne mare, o
Ane, I ko'u waiii moi a me ka ai me ke kumu ko pono ole,
nolaila, ke papaia nei au i na mea a pan, mai hooaie i na wahi
ne la, a hook pa pah a mamuli o'u, no ka mea, aole an e hookaa
ana kona man aie mai keia la aku.
Kona, Hawaii, Marakl 23, 1-wiM. 49 tf KEONI.
VIA. PARTIES any way Interested In the Estate
of James Fay, of Waimea, deceased, such as creditors,
next of kin, or otherwise, are hereby notified to appear befoie
me, at the Court House, Waimea, Kohala. on Wednesday, 16th
of May next, at I" o'clock A. f to attend to the settlement of
the accounts of Georre Lindsey, the administrator of said es
tate, and then and ther- show cause, if any, why the same
shou'd not be pasted, and the said administrator discharged
from further duties and responsibilities in the matter.
J. WIGHT, L. C. Judge
Kohaia, Hawaii, 2d April, 1S50. 4 6t
JREGUL.AU dispatch use
THE FAST "AILING CLIPPER BARK
Frances Palmer !
WiU positively sail for the above port OX TITE5DAY NEXT,
May 1st. For freight or passage apply to
51 tf D. C. WATERMAN A Co,
UNITE DS TATE S-
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be dispatched quaterly from Commercial Wharf, Boston,
for Honolulu, in the months of March, May or June, September
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily pa
pers for the above mouths.
For freight or passage to, or Drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE.
eandwich Islands Packet Office,
67 Commercial Wharf, or to
B. F. SNOW, Honolulu, S. I.
Srrroa k Co., New Tork,
Cook A .ow. 27-tf Mew Bedford.
WELLS, FARGO & CVs
Honolulu and San Francisco,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin
Letters and valuable parcels, to ail parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AXD EUROPE
The Arents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exrbsoee in sums to
sui on Wells, Fargo A. Co., San Francisco or New York.
Aiso Wells, Fargo & Co. 'a franked U. Government envel
opes which pass free over the California and coast mutes,
and over the Atlantic route from ?an Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
9 tl F. L. HANKS. Agent.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
BE IT KNOWN to all men, that Action, of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, on the second day
of April, Im'iu. appeared before the Hon. Elisha H. Allen, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, and having complied with the pro
visions of Section 9ti3 of the Civil Code, did declare himself
bankrupt, in accordance with said statute.
JNO. E. B A UN AUD, Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, 12th April, 1GU. 50 3t
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
VOTICE Ik hereby glvrn that a meeting; or the
i.t creditors of Achun. a voluntary bankrupt, will be held be
fore the lion. Elisha II. Allen, Cliief Justice of the Supreme
Court, at his his chambers in the Court House, Honolulu, on
Mouday the 'JOtb day of April, A. D. I seW. at 10 o'clock in the'
forenoon, for the purpose of proving the debts against the estate
of said bankrupt.
JOHN E. BARNARD, Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, April 13, lbtiu. 50 3t
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
ALL PERSONS liMtchtcd to Achun, lately doing
business as a trader in Honolulu, Island of Oahu. Hawaiian
Islands, or holding any of his effects, are hereby required, in
pursuance of an order of the Honorable Elisha H. Alien, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, to give notice of the same to the
Marshal of the Hawaiian Inlands: and are hereby further noti
fied not to deliver or pay the same to any other person than the
JNO. E. BARNARD, Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, 13th April, 160. 50 St
B. F. HARDER
BEGS RESPECTFVLA.Y TO INFORM TIIE
gentry and public of Honolulu, that he has opened the
On King Street, opposite the Bethel, .
Iu order to supply a great public want, namely, that of good
Butcher's Meat for Family use.
B. P. II. having made arrangements for the pick of the best
and largest herd on the Island of Oahu, and secured a constant
supply of the celebrated K AIIL'KU BEEF, MUTTON and POKK,
trusts that those families who favored him so constantly before
his visit to the United States, will give him a share of their pat
ronage, and Issures them that nothing shall be wanting on his
part to merit their custom.
IF YOU WANT GOOD BEEF,
Call at the FAMILY MARKET!
IF YOU WANT GOOD MUTTON,'
Call at the FAMILY MARKET!
IF YOU WANT GOOD PORK,
Call at the FAMILY MARKET!
IF YOU WANT GOOD SAUSAGES,
Get them at the FAMILY MARKET!
JUST XlXCZaXVED !
rico.ii LOXDOX, f
AND FOR SALE BY THE VNDERSICiNED, A
splendid assortment of
DRY GOODS !
Including Prints, 5cc' &c.
Ale and Porter, including the brand,
Boiled Oil, fcc, ke.
ALTO STEAM COAL and SLATES.
JO" SAMPLES are now ready for Inspection.
4J 3m JAMON, GREEN k Co.
SOUND TO UVE !
BUT NOT IN OPPOSITION!
THE UNDERSIGNED vvwtild rrapectlallr la
form his friends and the public in general, that he has open
ed a shop and commence.! the CAR PES TER IKG SCSIXESS,
at his residence on King street opposite the Queen's Hospital
where he is prepared to do anything in his line, such a
II ae repairing.
General Jobbing in the carpenter's line done at the shortest
WHEELWRIGHT work in all its various branch.
f!csSfcij es, done with the beat of material and in a satisfac
tory man uer. R- E. WAKEMAN.
N. B. Though a few steps out of the way, you will find It to
yoor interest to give me a call. 4S-tf
LT. S. Cs.nT. I
Honolulu, H. I., February ji9th, I860, f
IN COMPLIANCE WITH the Law mf the
United States of America in such cases provided, and in ac
cordance with the Treaty stipulations between the United States
and this Kingdom, I do hereby give notice that Edward Kemp,
a native of HaKerstown, Hate of Maryland, U. and recently
a resident of Honolulu, died an the .night of the 28th February,
The said deceased being, as far as known, intestate, and hav
ing no heir or legal representative In this Kingdom, I have thia
day taken possession of bis books and effects, and do hereby
further give notice to all persons Indebted to said estate to make
immediate payment tn me, and all those having claims against
said estate to present them to me withont delay.
44 tf T. T. DOUGHERTY, V. S. Tie Contul.
V. 8. Co-rwri.iT, 1
Honolulu, H. I., April 14, 1500.
VtmrE IS HEREBY siren to tlioaawbo haw
i presented claims, and all who have claims agatasi tbe Es
tate of Edward Kemp, late of Honolulu, deceased, taat tbe aama
will be paid by the undersigned on or before the 15th day of May,
1800. T.T. DOUGHERTT, U.S. Vice Consul.
TCST received per alp Syren. for sain by
J 43 tf C BREWER Jt Co , Market Wharf.
QTORAGE I OR 40O To OO TON?. HEAVY OR
O light goods, OB he presses if the undesigned.
Mf B. F SNOW