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Farciga Oil Market.
New Bed roue, July 89.
Sptrm Oif. We notice more Inquiry since our lift, the de
mand being both for home consumption and export. The Iran fr
ictions for the week embrace sale of , bros. We quote
luOU bW. In parcels for export at $ I 5, and to the tr.de. 5o0
bols. o 1 an1 4? do Inferior, 1 90. The market
elo.es with further inquiry.
ffkalf OiLTUt transaction! In Whale hare been wholly for
export, for which we notice sales of 4J0 bbls. In Falrhaven at
4 jfc, and in New London l,0uu bbla. at 41c all purchased by a
BOu-e in this city.
Wl.akhon4. W e have no aalei to report in thli market.
New Tone, August 3.
0. Crude Whale continues in food demand, chiefly for
home m. and prices are supported. Of Sperm, we notice sales
ju bbls. for export, and 6 a do. on speculation, at $1 25.
PHASES OF TIIE MOON IN SEPTEMBER, 1561.
d h tn s I d h m a
Vrw Moon 4 II 41 12 M.JFull Moon 13 3 30 6 A.
First Qiarter.....ll 2 44 36 M.ILast Quarter 26 7 52 i8 A.
PORT OK HOXOLUMJ.
lag 81 Haw ach Moikeiki, Xapela. from Kahului and Lahaina,
with 29 keg sugar, 3 hides, 3 bndls goat skins, and 3
Hawch Nettie .Merrill, P.orres. from Hilo, with 200 kegs
sugar. 14 bags fungus, 13 hides, 8 cabin and 25 deck
Sept 1 Haw atnir Kilauea, Berrill, from windward ports, with
2$ bbls molasses, bbls potatoes, 3$ bugs sugar, IbO
kegs do, 7 head of cattle, 2 calves. 43 bales pulo, I
cask oil. I do tallow, 1 doaen hogs, 25 cabin and &5
Haw sch fclaluua, Henry, from Kona and Kau, with 70
hales palu 4 bugs fungus, and 160 goat skins.
8 Haw sch Henry, Rivierrc, from liana and ports on E
Maui, with 10 hop. 8 bales fungus, 6 coops fowls, 3
canoes and 35 native passengers.
Am pkt hk Yankee, Commodore Paty. 11V days from
San Francisco, with V 8 Mail. 45 passengers, and
freight and mde to Wilcox, Richards A Co.
Haw st-h Moiwahine, Kuheana from ports on Kauai,
with 19 hide. 497 goat skins, 7 bbls tallow, 4 hogs, 10
cords wood. 2 bags fungus, and '26 deck passengers.
"-'j'.'r-' " " ",aV3ie, Lawton, iSM tons, from the Arctic
Ocean ; Bhering's Straits A ug'ist 1st ; with 8,0;HJ His
bone, 6,m0 lbs ivory, and 75 bhls wh oil, skins, furs
and other merchandise not specified.
Haw nloop Kipre-m, friin M dokai, with 54 hags lima,
3 hg, 1 h e, 10 sheep, S kegs butter, and 20 na
HIM corvette nalarhe,de(omolier Luctniere Com
OM niter, trom Tahiti.
Am melt propel. 'or Santa I'ruz. Bennett II days from
San Francisro. en nMite for Piisag-hae Rrourht
r,jiif..rnia mail and some freight and merchandise
for this port.
6 Haw rh Ka Mi. Shepherd, from Ka'iului and l.ahai
na. with n head i.f rattle, 15 mules, a lot of fow ls,
1 rabin and id deck passenger.
Aug 81 Haw sch Roni Ana, ningliam, fr ports on Kauai.
Srp 2 Haw sch Nettie .Merrill, llorres, for Hilo and intermedi
Haw sch Moikeiki, Xaprla, for l-ahalna and Kalepnlepo.
liaw sch kekauluohi. Marrhant. for Kona and Kau,
with full freight. 5 cabin ai.d 43 dk pass.
Jt Haw sch Kn'una, Henry, for Hilo
Haw nmr Kilauea Berrill, for Lahaina. Kawaihae, Ko
na and Ki'hala.
Haw sch Warwick, for Mo'okai.
haw rh Henry, Rivierre, for liana and ports on East
Haw sch Kamehameha IT. Morse, fr pts on Kauai.
4 Haw sch Moiwahine. Kuheana. fr pts on Kauai.
5 law sloop Kxprexs, for Molokai.
M R M K A l A
The packet bark Fiie, Commodore Paty, sailed hence
July 17th, about I P. M.; contended with strong trade winds
varying from EXE to NE running up to 34 9 before she was
able to get a slant on the port tack. crust 7th, at 10 A. M.,
settled the land, a thick fog prevailing on the coast at the time;
came to an anchor in the port of San Francisco in the afternoon,
SI days passage. Remained in port 14 days securing freight
and passengers; got under way at 1(1 A M on the 21st, and dis
charged the pilot about noon same day. Had XWand N winds
with foggy weather the first two days out; after that the usnal
moderate trades and fxir weather down here to the Man.!,
making the run short of 12 days. The following abstract of her
log, which we were kindl.v permitted to copy hy Mr. Claiton,
her chief officer, may perhaps Interest our seafaring and possl.
b'y other readers : .
6epL I .,
WeathV Lat.1 Long
87 9 I2i 14
3 K 124 l
;J 2 ;12ri 09
i-9 33 '8i 41
27 46 185 f
i5 II 141 90
2 25 144 49
23 2 i 148 17
22 0 151 2
21 38 154 87
'Telegraphed at 6 A. M.
IB hours from noon of Sept. 1st, ... ....
It will be perceived by the above that the Yankee sailed only
SO mile more than the computed distance from port to port,
making the run to the time she was telegraphed here, in 1 1 days
and 18 hou-a, averaging within a small fraction of 8 knots an
hour the whole passage.
In her passage over she was eleven days between the latitudes
84 and 35 with head winds.
The propeller Santa C'-us, Capt Bennett, sailed Sunday, the
25th Aug from Ran Francisco, about 10 AM; had N W winds
- the first two days ont and after that moderate trades and goo &
weather ; sighted Maui at dusk on the evening of Wednesday the
1t'i instant., and was telegraphed here at 4 P M on the 5th; came
nsids abort 7 same evening.
The hark Zoe, Capt Lawton, arrived here Wednesday the 4th
instant from a trading voyage North, having been absent from
our port 1 59 days ; she was last fntn Bhering's Straits, leaving
there August In, site consequently had a 84 days' passagedown. I
Cpt Lawton found much ice in the Arctic and the season very
backward; a number of the fleet in that sea had left to try their j
lock in the Ochotak. He kindly furnishes us with the follow- j
RrpwrlwT the Arctic W&alisix Fleet l July 24.
Bowhead Whs. DevD Fish.
June 5 bk German, Lubbers, .. ... S .
sh Braganta. Turner. ... 1 .... ....
15 sh Robert Fdwards, Wood, 1....
h Champion, Worth, clean........ ...... ......... ......
sh Vineyard, Caswell, do
251 Fanuy. Kliven. ..... - 8 ....... .1
July 6 hk Carib, clean .........
sh Tiiomas tlirkason, Stewart, X ......... ... 2
sh Julian, Wiuegar, ..... - 2 . 1
I? Mb Montreal, Soule. 1 - 4
U i'h Adehue. Barker... 2
sh Fabios, niith, . - 2 .... . ........ 2
bk Coral. S,ii.. ...... . ... ........... ......
bk Isabella, Tucker, I . 1
sh Repuhlik. "'eyer, 2 2
ch r'lorida. Fish, . .. 4 . -
17- bk Ccooe. .-inimons. ............... 3 .... ...... ......
br Victoria, Fis,, ...
bf Hero, Vno Holt, . .
sb Magnolia, Pierce, . . I .
20 sh Keiudeer K jjrnor. 9 1
sh Joint Howland. Whelden, ....... 4
sh od Return, Fih, 2 . ....
sh Barnstable, Brownson, .... 1 ... .....
h Arab,. ...... -. .. 2 .
s h Henry Kneeland. Kelley, 2
hr Kohala, Coesen, - I ........
21 h 'atherine, Hempstead, . . . S -
24 h Ocean, Clark, .
The schooners Cornelius Terry and Sea Witch were at Plover
Bav Ju'y 26 The latter vessel was supposed by Capt Lawton to
hive preceded the Zoe to Honolulu.
The sh Speedwell. Chadwick, arrived at 8 Francisco, Aug 14,
24 days passage.
The brig Mary Ellen, Bennett, aailed Aug 13 for Fort Towns
end. The s i Ionium, Heustis, sailed Aug 17 for Sydney.
Poar or Param, Tahiti.
May 2l Arr Am wh bk Sew England. Hempstead, 1600 bbls.
Sailed Julv 14 for home.
Jane IS -Ait tng Miss bk John Wi.liams.fm Sydney. Sailed
Jnne 2tth for Ssiatea and Samoa Islands, thence fr
July 6 Ait Am wh bk Mathew Luce, Cleveland, 1100 bbla. Bid
II Arr French corvette Galathea-
19 Arr Am wh sh Morning Light, Lace, 930 bbls. Bailed
31 Arr Am sch Matthew Vassar, fro 8 Francisco.
Aug I Arr eng bk Camilla, f Melbourne ea route for S Fran
cisco. Sailed Aug 4,
At the Post Office in Tahiti, letters are now remaining depos
ited rr the following whale ships, as advertised in the " Mr sa
fer de Tahiti
La Tour da Fin,
I EST Qaalitr eF Plsr, Sihwrta s4 6
sale in anajititi. m suit hv
Dist. to Dist'nce
631 2 '5
1-90 1 5
U. HACk LD l CO.
Honolulu, xuguat 1st, io6L
Arrival af Ike V. S. Flag Ship U.e.ier.
Tfcto rplendid Teel, bearing the flag VAWomm'of
JL-: Paciac, flag officer Montgomery,
arrived In port on toe evening of the th instant after an
HuS oll"D,! h,lf.vmoatn. dmg which time she has
aailed over some flttcen thousand miles. The Lancaxttr has
Tisited the Marquesas and Sandwich Islands and the Mexican
V - .J" Z Probly remain in our waters some time, and re
lieve the ixtrvnac ordered to San Francisco.
The LancaiUr arrived at Aeapulco from Honolulu lnleren
The U. 8. steam frigate Sarante was yesterday Uken to Ta
boga in order that the damage recently sustained by her in
grounding during the late swell, may be more fully ascertained
prior to her leaving for San Francisro. It may probably be ne
cessary to discharge her coal, provisions and batteries, so as to
lighten her sufficiently to effect a proper examination.
The U. S steamer Warning has been ordered to 8an Fran
cisco, and not to Parama as previously reported.
By this mail she is reported as arrived and gone into dock at
Mare Island Sept. Pol
The St Mary is ordered to the coast of Mexico to relieve the
Has arrived at San Francisco. RrpL PoL
Lieutenant Vat aant has left the CV" on sick leave, and re
turns to the United States on the steamer of the 5th inst. Sev
eral of the officer- and crew of the Cyane remain in bad health.
Assistant Surgeon Hoyd and Lieut. Fitx Hugh have been trans
ferred from the Lancaster to the Cyane
The Sarmgamtrtt was to remain in Aeapulco.
H. B. M.'a frigate Mertey sailed from Aspinwall on the 23d
At last accounts the French flag ship Duguay Trnuin was in
Paita, hound North; she is not expected to touch at Panama.
The British ship of-war Tartiir arrived at Pantma from Van
couver's Island via San Francisco on the 26th inst. Panama
Star and Herald.
I PORTS AT IIOVOM M .
Fbom S!t Faanctsco per Yankee, Sept 2.
Apples, bxs 37 i Leather, rolls '..
Apples and pears, cs 3i. Lamps and fixtures, cs .
A'cohol, cs ...20 Lead pipe, reels .
Homh lances, bxs
.12 Liquors, cs .
Books, pkrs... .
fo, hx .... .
Do, No ...
Burning fluid, tin ..
Claret, cks ........
Codfish, csks ........
Candy pkgs ,
Ho, bxs... ..
Cigars, cs .. ... ..
Candles, bxs ................
Crockery, csk .....
Do, bx .
Cranberries, kegs . ..
Calomel, pkg (3 lbs)
Corks, hag .......
Do, pkg ........ ..
Charcoal paste, pkg
Drugs, bxs ....
I lo. cs . ....
Doors, No .
D ick, bales.
Dried apples, hlf bbls... .
- Mn Cksfkc.
I Bales. Z..ZZ Z "...
I Parcels .....
.. I Matches, tins.
2 Do, cs
....... 6 Nails, kgs.
.. 10 1 Onions, sks....
... 2 Oakum, bales -
...10 , Preserved Oysters.cs...
1 1 Do, Fruits, CS
......I Peppermint, CS. ..........
....... 1 1 Paper, bales .......
..... 1 1 Totatnes, sks . .... ...
.... 4! Patterns, pkg .. ...
1 ! Papers, pkg -
I Plants, bx
1 Plaster, bbl
... -.3 Pipes, bxs
.. I Peach stones, bx
I Peruvian syrup, pkg
8 Queen's Ware, cs ..
12 Rosin, bbls... . ...
2 Redwood boards, ft
1 'i Rice, nags
5 Spades, bndls
........ 7 1 Siiline, ft
Dry roods, cs.
I Samples, pkg..
Empty mustard bottles, bxs...l6:Sola ash, bbls .....
Kmpiy kegs, csk . . I ishingles, l-ndls .
Express matter, cs, bx and Show case, ...... ..........
big ......... .... 8 :almon, trrs .... ........
Flour, scks S9) dn. bbls
Florida water, dos 1 Sundries, cs. ........
Gun, . .......... ..! jSlmes, cs
Olas ware, cs . .
Gin, hlf bbls
Hams, cs ..... .....
Hair preservative, pkg
Harness ware, cs
Harness thread, pkg
Hose pipe roll ... .
Hand press,.. ...... ...
Iron ware, bx ...
Kerosine oil, cs -
Lime, Mils -
. I 'Saddles, cs
..... 6 Sulphuric acid, carboys...
... . I Socks, dos
. Mi Seeds, hx ... . ...
. ..I Tea pkgs.....
l! Do bxs ...... .
1 Tin, pigs
1 Tobacco, cs ...
1 1 Do. bxs
.. ..1 jTongues, keg ....... .
. 1 1 Water cocks, cs ....
5 Do, pkg
1 Wine, kgs
...I I do. Jars . ..
1 ' do. hx . -. ..
I Wrapping paper, reams .
...30 Zylo balsamum, I pkg 1 2
frttm ntt rU vnknotc per Mauuokawai, Aug
ley and Mose" 9.
Fmm &tn FranritcopeT Tankee. Sept 2 Mrs Sequeira,
Miss II Sqoeira. MSs Emmes. Mn Newbury. Miss rewhnry.
Miss F. Newbury. Mrs Man, Miss Mary Man, Master G Mau,
Mr and Mrs John Tstes Master Wm Yates, Miss Mary Yates,
Miss E Yates, Mr and Mrs J T Waterhone. I ' Waterman,
Thos Cummlngs. J C SpaMing. D Burns. Mr Madden. Cspt C
Cooke.ASGiinbaum.lV Basch, F C Kriiger, W H Krneer. II
Raymond Wm Love, S H Lichtenstein. R L orthrop. J Smith,
J Bunker. Geo Grey, and "man, A wan, I "hinamen 85.
From San Francisco per Santa Cms, Sept 4 Charles
JOHN THOMAS WATEEHOTJSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchan
Honolulu. H. I.
His Ex R. O. Wyllie,,..
B. F. Snow. F.-q
C. A. Williams ft Co.,
Chas. Brewer. Esq.,
Wilcox. Richards Co.,...
Dimnnd A Son . ...........
Thos. Spencer, Esq.,
H Dick:nson, Fsq.,
B. Pitman, Fsq
C. W. Brooks Ar Co.,
Ev.-rett tt Pope. . ........
G. T. Lawton. Esq., .....
Tobin, Bros. A Co
List of Foreign Jnrors
FOR T11V. OCT. TF.RM of she Soptnif Court,
to he ho'den at the Court House, Honolulu, on Monday, the
7th day of October, A. D. 1661.
Theophiius H Davis.
John H. Thompson,
Geo. G 'owe,
J W. Pflnrer.
C. F Williams.
;eo W Norton,
R B. Armstrong,
Joseph O. Carter,
J. P. Hiiches.
O. R. Wood.
Chas. R rewer.
ISaml. II. Dowsett,
Paml. C. Allen,
S. N. Castle,
John H. Cole.
W K. Snodrrass,
Chas. L. Richards,
Alex. J t'artwright,
8. K. Rawson,
Jno 0 Dominls,
Joshua G. Dickson.
J0. E. BARN RD. Clerk Supreme Court.
September 3d, ISfil. 19-4t
L.cpne Kxpirin? in September, 18G1.
TT7H'T.vT.XJ! frrRvs-7th Von Holt A; Heuek.S'lth
3. T. Waterhonw, ?7ih Wateeman A Co.. 2"th A AM
rich.fthC. A.Williams A Co , Honolulu ; 15th, B. F. Bolles,
Wkntrmlf Spirtt-Vih II. Hsckfeld & Co., Honolulu ; IMh,
B. F Poes. Ijil aina.
Rrbiil PttrrI Wm. Brash. 4th J. O'Xeil. 10th ?. Mclean,
lftth Chaon'nn. ISth J Perrv. 15t'- M Fmern. lmh Mosman
Son. 1Mb HoffcMaeger A C 2d J. T Waterhouse. 19th H.
Haekfeld A Co. 25th Ouchong, 26th J. H. Rrasley, 27th W. A.
F 1nV of- t 4th P. Bovd. 8th .. Booth.
VMm'Ving 9th Mshaioiio. 20th Kauanue. 17th M Peirson,
28d . Frsnres 2"th Vk-ent. 2Tth J. Rod-rir":. Ilonoln'n.
Brelmg AlUy 15th W. E. Cutrell, 2Sth J. Booth, 29th Kau
aun. BiMttrd VUh W. E. Cofrerl. 8th J. Booth.
Rtcr Skap 9th Cornell at Tula, 9-.h 8. H. Dowsett, 25th R.
Plnniat on 30th, C. Brewer A Co.
Boat 14th, Ha ili. It
F. II. & dT SEGELKEN,
NTmiarm St., Honolulu, H. I.
M 4XCF CTlRERS AX" DEALERS
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID & BEP AIRED.
XT "h'P WorK promptly executed. II ly
t2T ddtertitr please copy.
HAY, HAv, HAV !
TKTA. Cured Manlenle. Hay, from the WalkJk!
Hay Farm. For sale in bales hy
TITCUMB'S SYRUP !
If H G allow Kegs, and at retail. For aale hr
3 8. 8AVIDCE.
Bran ! Bran ! Bran !
lOH SALE BY
pmSAtKBT a .MOM.
The ftfllowiog ptnons have been appointed Tax Col-
)etort for 18S1 :
Hilo, - - a Kipi.
luaa, - - S. Lamafaola
Kau, - - - F. S. Lyman.
South Rons, . Z. KaphL
North Kona, - - H. Kapukai.
South Kohala, - J. W. Kauwhi.
North Kohala, D. KahohaaluhL
Uamakua, - - - IS'. Keu.
Lahaina, - - . - J. Crowningberg.
Wailuku, - - - J D. Uavenoet.
Hana, - - T. C Forsjth.
Makawao, - J. Keohokaua.
Molokai, - - .0. Hitchcock.
anai, - . . - J. H. Kuiheeai.
Honolulu, - - - J. 0. Dominis.
Ewa, . . - 11. A. Kahuna.
Waiiilaa, ... W. C. Line.
KooWoa, ... KaluhL
Waime-i, - - - - D. McBrjdc
Koloa, .... V. KuuJen.
Libue, - - - . H. A WiJemann.
An.hola, S. K:.iu.
llanalei, - - - - G. F. Wundenberg.
NLhuU, .... 5xil muua.
Acting Minister of Finance.
Notice to Agriculturists, Artists, 3Ie
THE USDERSIGXED h.tving been officially in
formed of a grand exhibition of the industry of all
nations, to be opened in London, in May, 1862, re
spectfully invites all parties, who miy wish to contri
bute samples of ti e products of their industry, to pre
pare them opportunely, and forward them to the care
of the Collector General of Cuntomn, at Honolulu.
The undersigned recommends that the contributors
pack tht ir several samples with great care, in wooden
boxes, and ad Jress them on the lid, and ulso on one end
of the cases, in the following form, viz :
Sample of -.. ..
For the Grand Exhibition of London,
Sent by ... . -
Residing at .....Island of
If sent in time, and accompanied hy a letter to the
undersigned, he will take care to forward the samples
as opportunities may offer, and inform the contributors
of the result.
The undersigned would suggest that samples of the
fol'owing articles might be sent, viz : Arrowroot, Awa
Root. Coffee, Cotton, Flour, Mats, Pulu. ltice. S.lt,
Sugar, I, 2 and 3 qualities; Woods, orni mental ;
Wool. R. C WVLLIE.
Foreign Office, 19th June, 1861. 8-tf
WILL LEAVF. HON0LCL17 FOR
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,
AT X PAST 4 P. M., PRECISELY.
On Tuesday, September 17, for Kona ;
On Monday, September 23, for Hilo.
And for Kauai,
OX THL'RDAY, October 3.
OS THURSDAY, November 14.
OS MONDAY, December 30.
JANION, GREEN b. Co.,
September 4. 1861. Agent II. S. N. Co.
' For Shanghae !
VIA NAGASAKI, JAPAN!
THE A 1 STEAMSHIP
J. C. BENNETT, Cammaailer,
Will be dispatched, nnder steam, for the above ports on
Monday, Sept. 9tli,
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation, apply
to J. S. WALKER.
SeDtember 6th. ISf.l. It
C O M E T I &
JAMES S MIT. I, Commander.
Will be dispatched for the above port
On Monday, September 9th.
For freight or passage apply tn
19 tf WILCOX. RICHARDS & CO., Queen St.
fcUG.tR AND iMOLASSES!
FRO). Till: BRKWER FLOTATION!
OW cNsisisx Im atasl fmv aile hy
C. BREWER 2d.
UoDOlulu, August 3, 1861. 14-6u
TIIK I'XDF.RSIGJiF.D, Aeaeaaor of Honolnln
District, hereby notifies all persons who have not reported
themselves, or made a return of their property liable to taxation
this present year, to do so immediately at the auction room of
the undersigned on Kaahnmanu Street. J. F COLBCR.N.
Honolulu, Aug. ii, 1861.
OL.SL.O HOOLAHA !
0WAC, o ka mra nona ka Ino malalo net, kr
kaooha aku nei an I na mea a pan I paa ale 1 fca heluia, a
na mea hoi I hoiks ole mai i ka noi o ka waiirai i ka i ka auhan
e pill ana la lakoa no eia roakahiki e noho nei, r hele mai la
kou, a e loaa no an ma kuu Hale Kuai Kudala, ma Alanai Kaa
bumann. E hele koke mai, mai lohi, o pilikia auanei oukou.
J. F. KULOPANA. Lnna Ueln.
Honolulu, Aogake S3. 1861. 17-tf
THE COPARTNERSHIP brrrtofore rxlstlnax ri
der the firm of MCLCHER Jt CO has this day been dissolv.
ed hy matoal consent. All pendinjr afftirs vill be attended to
by our sacceasors. GU'TvT MRL'HERS,
Honolulu, 80th Jane, 1861. J3-t f
TlfK mmrnixntH will eonflnae the laaportlnc
and Commission Business nnder the same Arm of Mclehera
A Co. OCPTAT C. MELCHERS,
J. D. WICKF.
F. A. 8CHAEFER.
Hoooiulo, 1st July, 186L H-tf
X UOXOLL LU RIFLES. ATTENTION I Reg.
JLular Drills will be held at tht Armory or tht Corps ea
W Friday evening of each week at ?X o'clock, f. X.
f Per order.
JL J0P5H. BROWN, Captala.
GEO. THOMAS. Orderly Sergeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Rifles, I
August 8, 1659. I 43-tf
A. F. & A. M.
LE PROGRES DE L'OCEAME LODGE, KO
124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council
of the Grand Central. Lodge of France, working in
the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its Regular Meetings on the
first Wednesday nearest the full moon of every month, at the
old Lodge Room in Sing Street.
Visiting brethrearespertfully invited tn attend.
By order of W. M. 16-tt Jo. H. BROWN, Seey.
(7" Am exnterieaceal aaree aal female physi
cian, has a Soothing Syrup for children teething, which greatly fa
cilitates the process or teething, by softening the gums, reducing
all Inflamation will allay all pain, and is sure to regulate the
bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
and relief and health to your infanu. Perfectly safe in all cases.
See advertisement in another column.
June 30, W0. 9-Iy
NEW GOODSUEW GOODS!
G. BREWER & GO.
THE FOLIXVI0 assortment of merchandise
on the arrival of the American ship
Burditt, Master, from Boston, shortly expected to arrive.
Bales Rlue sheeting. Rales Bine Drill,
H. S To. Denims, Cases Prints.
Brown Sheetings, Lawns,
Cases Yesst Powder,
Hair bbls. I-land Furar,
Double Refined l.oaf 'uear,
ti ran. Sugar,
" Cnmlenied Milk,
Half bbl Dried Apples,
Kejrs Fait Petre,
Pest fhewine; Tnhacco,
Caes Kent's Crackers, Asstd.,
Minced M. at.
Cases Dairy Cheese,
Salt Water Soap,
Heavy Ravens Duck,
Pump and KiggiDg Leather,
Nautical Almanacs for 16"2.
Paints, Oils. &c.
" Fireproof Paint.
Half bbls French Yellow,
" Brip-lit Varnish,
Cases Spirit Turpentine.
Enr Roiled Linseed Oil,
" Am Unseed Oil,
Kegs Premium Zinc,
Rest Whi e Lead,
" " lllack Paint,
Tins Chrome Tellow,
" Imp. tJreen,
" t elestial Blue,
Drums English White Lead.
Pipes Pilot Bread,
" Medium Bread,
Bhls Prime Pork,
" Mess Pork.
Half bhls Clear Pork,
Tons Steam Coal.
Casks Nut Coal,
Casks Cumberland Post,
Cedar Roat Board,
Hard Pine Heading,
Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Cases Sheet Lead.
Rolls Fence Wire.
Var. Well Ruckets.
Heavy Hand Carts,
Light n-v r,rt..
S jimr himneys,
Budls Shooks, for 14 gal kegs,
A selected assortment of desirable sites,
An assorted invoice of
Double and Single,
Green, Straw and Manila,
Turk's Island Salt.
wm in ran
To Sugar Planters, Bier chants,
Ad othf.rt connected icith the Sugar Colonies.
G. BUCHANAN & Co.,
EPTO-JUM .1'! aTFki3
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
(Of York Place Iron Works, Aberdeen,)
ti Baeklerafcary. MaaaiaaIlaaae. Laatfaa. E.C.
Supply with the same satisfaction as hitherto, their improved
SUUAR Mil. 1.8. worked hy fteam. Water, Wind, or Cattle
Power; VACUUM APPARATUS. Clarifying, Boiling. Concen
trating, and all kinds of Apparatus and Implements nsed on a
Having personally visited varion Sugar Colonies, their Steam
Engines, Steam Boilers, Pnmps, Water Wheels, kc, are espe
cially adapted for Colonial use
O. B.St 'o 's practical experience of eighteen years as SUGAR
and COLONIAL ENGINEERS, will be some guarantee as to
the quality of their Machinery, to the good working of which
they can produce numerous references and testimonials.
N. R. Descriptive Catalogue of G. B. Jt Co.'s Machinery for
warded on application.
Designs supplied for Sugar nouses for Estates of all sixes
In addition to the above. O. B. Jt Co. continue to mannfac
ture and supply as usual, all kinds of Machinery and Iron Work
required for Colonial use,
mi. mmi & sic; urn
IRON HIP.. BRGES and STEAMERS. Wronght and Cast
Iron Bridges, Railway, Dock and Harbor riant, Ac
XT Order through any Colonial Merchant, or through G. B.
Jl Co.'s Agents where established. Itf
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOUSSES.
FROM TUP: EAST MAUI PI. 4. XT AT I OK
crop 1861. For sale in quantities to suit by
H HACKFELD . Co.
July IS, 1861. IS-tf
, Titcomb's Golden Syrup.
' a FEW Paekaarea of Holrlen Syrap Jaat revelwed
J from Hanalei, and for sale by
IS DUD LET C. BATES.
California Preserved Salmon.
IX a and 5 PaaKt Tina. Unit Bbla. California,
corned beet For sal by 18J S. SAVIDGE.
Flonr! Flour! Flonr!
SCPKRFIVTC FTortl, Fine rlo,, Graham da,
CaraMeaL For talc by ("1 8. SAVIDGE.
H. HACEFSLD & GO.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
COSlS I IXC or a New and Splendid Aeaortanant
of German, English and French goods, sipressly selected
Dry Goods, etc., etc.
Fancy Prints, new styles; White ground do do do
Fancy and Spot vis Muslin,
Muxlia Robes and Mor.iing Dresses,
Whits Shirtings, different qualities.
Black and Klue Coltoa Velveu,
White and Drab Mole.kins,
Whit Cotton Drills,
Plain Llk Lnntre Orleans and Alpaccaa,
Bin fig'd Alpacca,
Superior blk and col'd Alpaccas,
Hlk and col'd Coburgs,
Superior Woolen T hi bets,
Worsted Lasting, blk, bin; and greea,
8 4 bleached Tible Damask,
Colored Table Damask,
Assortment of fine Linens,
Superior blk aud blue Broadcloth,
Sup. blue twilled Flannel, Spanish stripes
Sup wht aud col'd Flannel, .
Gingham, new styles,
Wht and pink Red Quilts,
Wht Welt and Quilting,
Brown and wht Linen Turkish Towels,
A splendid assortment of Silk for dresses, latest styles,
A small assortment of ilk Mantillas,
Wht caMhric silk lldkb, Linen cambric Hdkfs.
B'k and fig'd col'd silk (."rival. Ties and Hdkfs,
do do do Sewing bilk, d lui Embroidery,
AftsortiueHt of Cluves and Gauntlets, of kid, silk, buck and
Blk Milk hat Ribbons, plain and fancy silk Bonnet Ribbons.
Blk Silk Umbrellas.
Blue filot Reefing Jackets,
Blk a'paccas and cMu oats and sacks,
Blk and blnech-lh Pants.
Assortment of fine buckakia Pants,
Assortment of cotton pants, wht Marseille vests.
Hickory Shirts, wht cotton and fancy c I'd shirts,
Wht cotton shirt with linen and mulin bosoms,
Scarlet and blue Flannel shifts,
Silk and fine lamhswool Undershirts,
Pink, wht, brnwn, and fancy striped Undershirts,
Large assortment of cotton and silk socks and slue kings,
Silk and cotton Elastic Suspenders,
Black silk hats,
Gem's brown and wht Leghorn hats, new stales, trimmed,
Gent'ii French felt hat.
Ladies' and children's Leghorn bats, trimmed.
Superior English saddles, hogykin all over, complete.
Imitation hogskin seat saddles, complete,
Silver plated bitts and stirrups,
Iron tinned bitts.
Liquors, Wines, etc.
Superior Holland Gin. in Baskets
do do do in cases,
do Port w ine and Sherry, in cases,
Bbl. Is By ass' Ale, in quarts and pints,
8wi Cheese, Westphalia hsms,
English Pie Fruits, Jams and Pickles,
Superior English Mustard in J R bottles,
WhoU Black Pepper,
Fine Tahla Salt.
Stearin candles, in boxes 25 lbs each.
Liverpool yellow and salt water Soap.
Cutlery, Hardware, etc.
Superior pen and pocket Knives and Scissors,
(jailors' pocket Knives,
Cocoa handled Sheath Knives,
Tailors' Thimbles, plated Thimbles,
Needles, darning needles, blk and plated pins,
Superior Rators in boxes,
lion tinned Saucepans.
Crockery and Glassware.
Ewers and Basin,
Mugs, Dinner Plates,
Sugar snd Rmter Bowls,
Covered Vegetable Dishes,
Cut claret Glasses,
Cut Sherry Glasses,
Best Russia Cordage,
Log lines. Sail Twine,
Russia Duck, Blocks, double hooks and thimbles,
t Black Paint, best Eag. wht Lead
Zinc Paiat, Pa.-u and Chroma Green,
Chrome Yellow, Prussian Blue,
Best English boiled Linseed Oil In iron cases.
Printing Paper, Foolscap and Latter Paper,
Gilt edged Foolscap Paper. Envelopes,
Superior Steel Peas, Leail Pencils.
Calf skins. Ivory and Turtle Shell Combs, Hair Brashes,
Tooth and Nail Brashes, Port snonaaies,
Genuine Lubia'a Ettraet, Hair Oil, fancy Toilet Soap,
Liaea Thread. Water's Spool Cotton,
Mother-nf pearl Buttons, boas and metal Buttons,
Violin Strings, Ostrich Feathers, English Playtag Cards,
Silver plated caudle sticks with glass shades.
Blue, scarlet and gray Woolen Blankets,
Superior wht Woolea Summer Blaaketa.
BY J. II. COLE.
General Merchandise !
X TCE9DAY, September 10, at lO o'clock AJL,
at sales Koom, will be sold a
General Assortment of Merchandise,
Consisting hi part of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Camphor Chests, Loaf Sugar,
And the usual variety of Sundries.
WELLS, FARGO &. Co.'s
Honolulu and San Francisco,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coia
Letters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange lasamsta
sui on Well, Fargo It Co., Saa Francises r New Yarn.
Arm Wells, Fargo at Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envel
opes which pass free over the California and coast routes,
ana over tne Atlantic nwte trom pan r rancisco te tw York.
Commissions and collections promstlv attended to.
9-tt A. J.CARTWRIGHT. Agent.
1. . J
4$r Port street
NEAR HOTEL. STREET '
THE SUBSCRIBER would respect,
fully inform his friends and the community reoerally, that
he intends keeping, in conjunction with his FKED business, a
first class FAMILY GROCERY STORE, and would respectfully
solicit a share of public patronage.
Besides the usual assortment pertaining to a Grocery Store,
he has on hand
HAWAIIAN MILL CO. FLOUR
EAST MAUI MILL CO. FLOUR !
Fresh Cornmeal, in 25 I) sacks,
Do Oatmeal, do do;
Do Buckwheat lour, 35 and 10 S sacks;
Do Hominy, in 10 lb sacks;
Do Rice Flour do;
Do Farina. do;
Do California Bodega Potatoes;
Do Kawaihae do.
RECEIVED PER. COMET."
Calirprnia Oat Hay;
6,000 Its Island Beans,
Chili Bayos Beans,
Wheat, Shorts, Corn,
Baled native Hay,
Bran, ate, Ac, Ac.
96 tf A. D. CARTWR1GI1T,
U Fbbt Sacaaa.
shooting at 500 yards,
Eley's Ammunition !
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION
For Sporting or Military purposes !
Double Waterproof Central Fire caps. Felt Waddings to pre
vent the leading of Guns, Wire Cartridges for killing Game, Ac.,
at long distances. Breech Loading Cartridge Cases of superior
Sole Contractor to Via War Hrpartnent for Small Arm
Jacob's Rifle Shell Tubes, Cartridges and Caps for Colt's, Ad
ams' and other Revolvers.
Enfield Eifle Ammunition and Ball Cartridgaa,
For Whit worth Rifles, also for Westley Richard's, Terry's, Wil
son's, Prince's, and other Breech Loaders,
ELET BROTHER'S, Gray'i-Inn-BrL, London, W. C.
tST" WHOLESALE ONLY. -ly
IRON HOUSES, SUGAR SHEDS. ROOFS, c.
I w paw r - - "
1 'jb "-ity5w
TCPPER Si CO.S
CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON,
For Roofling Houses, Churches, Schools, Ac.,packed for shipment.
Ontters, Pipes, JLi&ging, Pails, T&bisf,
Wire, Z7ails, Screws, Ac,
I W For Prices, Drawings and Catalogues, apply to TCFPEi
A Ci .. Manufacturers, 61a, Moorgate Street, London, E. C, or
Berkley street, Birmingham.
. Tupptr If Co ' Proctn of Galvanizing prevent Suet.
2-ly TCPPER A CO.. l Moorgate Street. London.
P1EIB GIFT EfOTPlB !
Kinney in the Field !
S. JL. ZIAWSOI7
70UI.D INFORM fa Haaalala Paallc that
he will give one snore of those
Of Splendid Watches, Jewelry, Ac., which gave such satisfaction
The assortment embraced is one of the most nnique and com
plete ever imported, consisting of Gold and Silver Chronometer
Watches, from the most celebrated manufacturer of Liverpool,
London, Paris, Geneva and the America a Watch Co., gold
Chains of costly workmanship, Braeetota, Ear Rings. Finger
Rinrs, elaborately worked Diamond Breastpins, and a theand
and one other specimens of the jeweler's and lapidary's sailL
Thr Drawing to come f u soot as the Uckela art taken.
CHECKS NOW READY Price f 1. M tf
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
THE CNDERSIGXF.D aavla towa aawwialest
A gents for the above Company, beg leave to inform tha
public that they are now prepared to issue
31 ARISE IXSCRAXCK POLICIES
On cargo, freight and treasure to all parts of the world.
H. HACKFELD CO.
Honolulu, Aag. SI, 1861. 17-tf
20 HFIDS. JEFFREY'S EDrTBFRO ALE, la
'good order. For sale by H. HACKFELD At CO.
Aug. 91, Ml. 11-tf
B0CXD T0LCME8 OF THE -FOLTJIEaiA.T' FOR 129-00
IVoL XIV) now ready asd far aaie at taia Oak. Priee S.
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