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Commercial Advertiser. JOT Captains and officers of whaleshipB cruising in the Pacific are requested to furnish the latest reports for the Pacific Whale men's Shipping List. Lettera containing any interesting news, addressed to the publisher, and left at New Zealand, Tahiti, al paraiso,"br sent by whalers bound to these islands, will be al ways acceptable. Captains or officers wishing this paper sent to their friends in the United States, are assured that our .arrangements are such, that air "papers-dispatched from this office for the U. S. will be received -regularly by subscribers. Terms" $6 00 a year or 7 50, if the postage i3 pre-paid through. A Sailor's Yarn-. A young sailor, wlio had been roving around the world for several years, en return ing home, was constantly annoyed and . lionized on aceount of his having had " personal relations" with cannibals, anacondas, whales, elephants, sharks, tigers, pirates, and other creatures which inspire the untravelled mind with terror. He hated, above all things, to 44 spin yarni," but still he was constantly beset to do so. lieing at a party one evening, where the guests were indulging in the narration of exceed ingly tough stories, he was, as usual, importuned to spin them a yarn, and finally, at the request of his father, he related the following harrowing tale, the circumstances mentioned in which he saw with his own ryes r.. ;. " As one of the Panama steamers was leaving the harbor of Havana, in the summer of 1854, said the young s vilor, 44 a beautiful widow lady named How ard, was standing by the gunwale, on which her son, a little boy some four years old, was sitting, playing on ja. sugar flageolet, which his fond mother had pur chased, for him in port; of an ingenious Spanish con fectioner. "The child was greatly delighted with the toy and blew vigorously, while Mrs. Howard seemed to -enjoy the little fellow's delight as much as he en jo3i the ilageolet. The transcendant beauty of the mother, and the angelic loveliness of the child riv eted every eye that observed them, and various were the speculations advanced as to their history. After some time a sailor shouted, 44 a shark ! a shark !' and everybody crowded to see the huge creature that was swimming alongside the vessel. As the passen gers were remarking upon the appearance of the shark, a shriek was suddenly heard, then a splash ; and quick as lightning the ravenous monster darted upon his prey. Little Tommy Howard ha 1 fallen from the gun wale, and the widowed mother was now childless. 44 Mrs. Howard, who had fainted, was carried be low, in a state of insensibility. " The shark still swam by the vessel's side. Some of the men determined, if possible, to avenge littlo Tommy's death ; and baiting a huge hook with a piece of fresh beef, 'they cast it overboard. Almost immediately the shark swallowed it ; and fifteen stal wart arms pulled lustily at the stout rope. He was an immense monster, and struggled violently. As soon as his nose was pulled out of the water a num ber of California? began to practice pistol shooting at his eyes. Their balls soon put a quietus upon him, and he was hauled, lifeless and limber on boai'd. W hen his huge bulk had been stretched along the deck, it was proposed that he should be opened and tho remains of the boy taken from his stomach and given a Christian burial. The proposition was im mediately acted upon and soon the carcass was laid open ; when, to the utter astonishment of everybody, the boy was found snugly seated between the monster's HbSy STILL TLAYING III3 FLAGEOLET !" The young sailor has not been annoyed since that evening, by requests to spin a yarn." A Rich Night Scene. Last Tuesday night, wliich will be remembered as one of the warmest of the sea son, a' young lady of the "West End wa3 excessively frightened at a little circumstance which transpired about the hour of midnight. The young lady, whose beauty is only equaled by her modesty, and whose eyes, dark charm" has caused more than one waist coat to palpitate, had retired to her chamber, where, after laying aside the greater part of her wearing apparel, she committed herself to the tender embra ces cf Morpheus, whoso soothing influences were aid ed by the cooling breath of Zephyr, who came in at the open window and fanned her cheeks with his feathery wings. In a word, she was snoozing finely. -It was, as we said, about midnight, when the young lady was aroused from her delicious slumber by hearing a noise at the window. Half unclosing her eyes she was startled by the sight of a corpulent form apparently struggling, to gain admission to her chamber through the open window. It struck her at once that the intruder had been caught by the rear of his unmentionables by a nail or some other sharp instrument, as he seemed to be struggling with a firm determination to enter. "Her first thought was to faint ; her second, to give tlie fellow a push ; her third, to jump out of the win dow as soon as he jumped in ; her fourth, to s;rcam, which was immediately carried into effect. The whis tle of the locomotive on the Iron Mountain road, when it gave its first snort on the 4th of July, was but a whisper to the screams of the young girl. Tho whole house, and half the neighborhood, were awakened by the outcry. The old folks, three female servants and big brothers rushed to the rescue, and broomsticks, inob handles and boot jacks flashed in ihe gaslight, as the household entered the chamber of the fright ened beauty. An examination of tho figure in the window dispelled the fears of all, and changed the screams of the young lady into shout3 of laughter. The imaginary ' fat man" wa3 oiily her own darling " hooped skirt," which she had hung on a hook near the window, and which the wind, had inflated and set in motion. There was no iaore sleeping in the .house that night. St. Louis Herald. P. OFFEHS FOR SALE, at the Store recently ooenpied by Capt. James Mak,--?, on Queen-street, a full assortment of Ship Chandlery, Hardware, &c, consisting of HARDWARE, Sec. Anchors, chain cables, ships cabooses, Try work knees, caloose iron, Iron pud copper tacks, assorted sizes, 44 44 brass screws, 44 4 Lamp and screw hooks, ring screws, ' - Brass and iron staples and hooks, brass and iron butts, Chest hinges, hooks and hinges, barrel bolts, . Improved tower bolts, square bolts, chest handle, Door knobs, mortice, rim and dead locks, drawer locks, Crass and iron padlocks, augers, saws, screw drivers, . Callipers, try squares, nippers, rules, guages, pod augers, . Gimblels, chisels, hammers, saw-setts, axes, hatchets, Irou and steel squares, sheath knives, spring ballances, Mincing knives, sugar, butter and cheese triers, Coopers' tools of all descriptions, butcher knives, Beaming knives, caulking irons, hand cuffs, Nutmeg graters, Brittaoia swing lamps, Brass binnacle lamps, deck lights, iron picks, crow-bars, Box hooks, cask and barrel can hooks, cook's ladles, Cook's skimmcre ami tormeu'ors, frying pans, Irou bake pan, assorted sizes, square and round tin pans, Tin wash-basins, scrapers, cpper pumps, Douglass pumps, shaking trumpets, hand bellows, Brittani:. soup ladles, soup tureens, tea and coffee pot?, Sugar Bowls, milk pitchers, castors, table and tea spoons, Block tin cork stops, patent faucets, Steam's do., Composition cocks, molasses gates, assorted sail needles, Hoop iron, coffoe mills, marliu spike?, hand leads, Iron and bush 3d sheaves, steel sheave pins, 1 Ship's comitosition pump, chain pumps, garden engines, Hooks and thimbles, assorted cut and wrought nails, Assorted spikes, boat, keel and gunwale nails, Composition aud clout nails, rivets, table cutlery, Square and round point shovels, pocket knives, Round, square, and fiat irou try work knees, Sand paper, bath brick. CORDAGE, TWINE, Sec. Assorted sizes Manila and hemp rope, seizing stuff, Wormiug, ratlin, bone and spunyarn, Hemp and sail twine, Manila bed and clothes lines, Signal halyards, cod lines, chalk lines, fish lines. Cottou and raven duck. WOODEN WARE, BRUSHES, Sec. Mallets, axe-handles, auger and vice-liandlesr Chopiug trays, wooden pumps, mast hoops, . Bushed and patent blocks, assorted sizes, painted pails - Painted tubs, cases chairs, dust brushes, whitewash brushes, Faint and varnish brushes, willow and birch baskets, ' Iron and brass wire seives, hair seives, bees-wax. CLOTHING AND SLOPS. Red and blue flannel shirts, whalemen's striped shirts, Cirey mixed shirts, long woollen stockings, , Grey, mixed and white merino undershirts, "Whalemen's striped, ml and mixed woollen drawers, Red twilled sjngkts, O. S. pants, Scotch caps; mittens, ", KeeSLng jackets, red and white blankets. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, Sec. - Fresh and brandy peaches, assorted preserved meats, Tie fruits, capers, grouud pepper and cloves, Vinegar, pickles, sweet oil, salt crushed sugar, cheese, -Split peas, hams, beef and pork, bucicwhe&t flour, tea. PAIXTS, OILS, &c. Kegs red lead, tins virdigris, tins black raint, kegs do. Tina green ,palnt, copal varnish, tins and barrels Unseed oiU Turpeatine tar oil, tar pitch and chalk. , ' , . ' . ' - Also, A general assortment of whaling craft. 14 tf One nrf Boat aud ears. Honolulu, Nov 10 Lahaina, Aug 29, Ililo, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, Oct. 24, Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov 11 Honolulu, Oct 11, Lahaina, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov 11 Lahaina, Nov. 1, 44 44 1T Honolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Oct 10, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Lahaini, Oct. 3, Honolulu, 44 11, Honolulu, Nov. 2, II Ho. Sept. 8, H Dnolulu, Nov. 2, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Lahaina, Oct. 8, Lahaina, Oct. 31, Lahaina, Oct. 2t, Honolulu, Nov II Lahaina, Oct 0, Honolulu, Nov II Lahaina, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Oct. 30, Honolulu, Oct. 8, Lahaina, Oct. 21, Honolulu, Nov 12 Honolulu, Oct 10, Honolulu, Aug 20 Lahaina, Oct. 13, llilo, 44 8, Tahaina, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Oct. 5, Lahaina, 44 8, Honolulu, Nov 11 Honolulu, Oct 23, Lahaina, Oct 6, Lahaina, Oct. 13, Abram. Barker Adeline Gibbs Agate, brig Almira Alice Mendell Alfred GU'ba Alfred Tykr Albion Alice, bk. Alabama A. Frazur, bk. American Antelope Ansel Gibbs Arab Arab, bk. Arnolda Atkins Adams Atlantic Awnshonks Alexander Barnstable Bart Gosnold Bayard, bk. Baltic, bk, Belle, bk. Botsy Williams Benj Tucker Black Eagle, bk Brunswick Bragauza Byron, bk. Cambrl Canton Cachelot California Canton Packet CalLio CharL-s Carrol Champion, bk. Chandler Price Chas. l'helps Clias. Carroll Citizen Clifford Cleone Clematis Clarice Cowper Congaree, bk. Congress, 2d. Corinthian Corea Coral Corn. Howland Com. Treble Cora. Morris Cossack Cortes Columbus Columbia, Dartmouth Desdemona Delaware, bk. Delta, bk. Domingo, bk. Draper Dunbarton, bk. E. F. Mason Elcctra Eliza Adams Elizabeth, bk.. Emerald Emily Morgan Endeavor, bk. Enterprise Erie Europa Eugenie, bk. Eugene Euphrates Fabius Falcon Florida Franklin Franklin, bk. Friends F. Henrietta bk Ganre9 Garland Gen. Fike fcGen. "Williams Gen. Scott George Geo. & Mary G." Washington Gid. nowland Golconda . Good Return Gratitude Gustav Henry Taber Harvest Harvest, bk. Harmony Harrison, bk. Hawaii, brig Henry Hen. Kneelasd Hercules Helen Mar, bk. Hibemia Ililhuan II. H. Crapo Hope, bk. Hooglay Hunter If tints vills Hudson Illinois India Iowa Isabella Isaac Ilowland Italy, bk. Jason J. Andrews, bk. J as. Arnold Janus Java " Ja3. Edward las. Maury Japan Jas. Loper Jeannette Jefferson J. E. Donncl J. D. Thompson .Tireh Swift John Wells John Ilowland J. A. Barker Jos. Meiirjrs Jog. Marshall Junior Julian Honolulu, No- Kcoka bk. 1, ' Kutuso Fisher Stebbins Graham Brownson Handy Austen Barber Edwards Butler Jackson Tower leaso Cook . Lee Manchester Borden Ilowland Tuttle Gardner Cum Layton Hunting Cash Wayne Simmons Benjamin Gifford Dean Eldredge Stranburg Russell Fish Manchester Luce I'rentice Morris Tripp Stetson Taylor. Folger Heath Smith Horn an Dubay Finney Sandford Nye Jernegan . Brown 1 lawes Iloxie Halleck Chase Horsley Brown Jernegan rease Coble Pendleton Kilmer Wing Norton Williams Richmond Lee Brown Drew Nicholson Parsons Tew Miller Daggett Jenny Walker Allen Bryatnt Ilowland Wing Cornell Gillies Ewer Riddell Spencer IIt:nipstead Braley Cook Bunker Whalon Potter . Worth Honeywell Cook Baker Nicker3on Cole Monroe Grant Marston Corell Long Merrithew Lyon Hobbs Weld Kelley Sullivan Winslow Wood. Smith Curry Dimond Ramsdale Peirce Hunting Charry A atcrraan Earl Besse Taylor Tabcr Coffin Jenny Andrews Cleveland Ilowland Win? 1855 1854 1853 1S55 1853 1S54 1S55 1854 1853 1854 1855 1S55 1855 1854 1851 1853 1S55 1S54 1853 1854 1S53 1S56 1855 1S55 1855 1853 1853 1S55 1855 1855 1854 1855 1854 1854 1853 1S53 1S53 1853 1S55 1S55 1S54 1855 1852 ISf.l 1S54 1855 1855 JS53 1554 1854 1853 1855 1854 1854 1S54 1853 1853 1S55 1853 1S54 1S54 1855 1854 1853 1S53 1854 1S55 1853 1853 1853 1S51 1855 1853 1S53 1S53 1853 155 1S55 1S54 1S55 1S55 1353 1353 1853 1854 1856 1853 1854 1S53 185S 1853 1S54 1854 1553 1851 1854 1855 1853 1S54 1855 1853 18 4 lnbo 1853 1853 1354 i55 1855 1855 1S55 1855 1854 1853 1853 1855 1S53 1854 1S5 1S52 1S54 1S55 1853 1854 N B Och G I N B Bhs Fill. n b; " I S II Km. Dnr I N B Km. 1 N B Och N L'Kod W Pj N Rj Ston; SFr! Nan! P III N BKod N L Och 41 tt it N L N B Osh 4 j Och Lyn Goh Fal N B. Och 44 I 44 I Nan B Is N B N L G I N B it u X B If I- N B Och S ILOch NB( Nan Kod F II Kod Ed j Stoa! N Bi N li'och 44 Kod F JI Och 44 I N L; Nan N B " i N L F H N B N Ll W'r) N BOch " Km 44 'Och Hav'O ch i N B Jap rian' F II N L N B 11'njOch Nan " N BOch N B 44 Bhe Dar N B W'n N B O S Och H Kod N L'Och F Hi N Bi Hav N B Kod u u u (( F II. Bhe Nan, N B Och S II Kod N B Och tt tt tt tt tt tt F II N B tt Kod 1S53 X B 1855 44 !Km. Och Och Och Bhe J flWOICE OF 13O0KS, UST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK, per ship 44 CEYLOJS." Lady Blessir.gton mom-Mrs, Travels in Europe and East by the Rev. S. J. Prime, Harper's statistical gazetteer, Tri-colored sketches of Paris, McQueens orators touchstone. Woods' illus natural history, Orinnell'3 Arctic expedition, The Russian and the knout, Farm book and farm implements, Utah and Mormons history of, Bleak house by C. Dickens, Alison on tast David Copperfield, by Chas. Dickens, Dombey and Sm by do, Christmas tales by do, Newcomes by do, Hisf -ry of the insurrection in China, Day's American edition book-keeping, Swiss Family Robinson, 4 vols, Combe's constitution of man Keith on prophecy. Courtesy by Henry, Wendell's Blackstone, (4 vols sheep,) Pendennis by Thackeray, Vanity fair.by do, Gray's geology ami structure of the earth, Vols Abbott's histories illustrated, Franconia stories, Do Marco Paul's travels, Do story books by Abbot, Morrell's American shepherd, 12 mo, I lasvrell's engineer's pocket book, Burnu's notes on the gospels, Miss Beecher's receipt book, Brandea Encyclopedia of science, etc., etc., Stephens travels in Greece, 2 vols, do do Egypt, do do, Do do Central America, do do, do do Yucatan, do do, Gerstackers' travels around the world, Cummings' travels in Central Africa, Robinson Crusoe, History of wonderful inventions, Leifih Hunt's autobiog. Webster's royal octavo dictionary, Morse's geography, Lossing's field book of the revolution, 2 vcls, Hues travels in China, Arcanianism or life iu Chile, Mis3 Beecher's letters oi health, Mountains and molehills or travels in California, Cobb's miniature Lexicon, Goodrich's spellers, I'lut arch's lives, Lowrey's universal atlas, Harper's Magazine, bound volumes, Mrs. Sherwrxl's works 10 vols, Cuvelheim's anatomy, Percy anecdotes, fifteen decisive battles, Christian theism, Notes on the Sandwich Islands (Hale.), II jwc's mechanics, North American Atla, Russell's Polynesia, Humboldt's Cosmos, 4 vols, Pierre or the ambiguities, Mardi aud a voyage thither, Moby Dick or the whale, Omoo, Redburn, Typee, White Jacket, Vols Bohn'8 classical Library, Hoary Head, Lily and the bee, Wilson's Mexieo aud the Mexican gov't, Fowler's sieaker, Lamb's poetical works, . Bonner's child history of the U. S., Miss Bunkly life in a convent, Squier's Central America, 30 vols story books, red cloth, Leannne to think, Learning to talk. (S-tf) II. M. WHITNEY. port wiara, Jutt Rcceircd'per AGNES GARLAND from Tukc. JIoltIwortIi Ac Co., London, A Htimll quantity of GENUINE PORT in bottles, of the same qua! ity as that sold by Dr. Smyth last year, and nt a vtv reduced price jAircxv, 1 1 1 1 1 at, iOA.trxxxuivci. 2-tf 2000 GUNNY BAGS FOR SALE BY 9-tf . A. P. EVERETT. . , SPERM 3-tf CANDLES, FOR SALE BY II. HACKFELD & CO. Date and Port of Vessel's Names Arrivals. V ' ' iMr mwnnTTTm MTrrT 1 : . ,11 . I A 1 d 1 . - . II I Date and Port of Vessels Names upiaw. a 1.1. 1 Z1 I Arrivals. ' Arrivals. j I r 3 q I S I c n, I r w, 1 a nnno f III I - - : : .-oE- .r I ..... i lCruisbae in Kodiak III Barter f in rhv 111 I . ITU'I'l. tf i I 1 I'f I I I I VA MWMM vASVna I Ml I - . JA.US ST" MM nOeh ' 100' 5000 . . fi Honolulu, Oct 25, Honolulu, :sov. o, Agaie, ur5 host 11 l i I I in OchoUk III " u, Almira crosuic aqoo u w tt B Alice Mendell Dennis lS5o B, . - m Tin ' I Alfred Gibbs Nichols" 1S51 - u fbotsk B i-nauwicK !, I coooAn' I-, ,nJ,onnn xw. s v5ii to rmise I Lahaina. Oct. 20, fejffl, AluS 1. Unny ; 185 0 8 'Och 1C00 300j S000 " w Mm J I N'.'wt-ll l.Vj N B - " nOchotsk Uerne-an . 1S51 E.1 . -i r . tt 4t I Stetson isll N B I ' ' 'I' I " . " ' Coast of Peru Grinuel - 1358 P II: Och 401-tOOj 40 U0 14000 Copeland 1853 "IKod 800! I 700 clean Sept. 20, saded to cruise Sarvent 1855 N B Och 1 7OO11O00 , , , ; -' JjT Wilson io hi ' b " B Wyer 1S51NB; f " fwu 1 Tobev 1S54 Fal ' In Ochotsk I Dougherty 1S55 Nil I i ii i ii I i Crulsinjr in Ochotsk 1 18 500 18 120 800 I I I I I I 1 l I " I iu I II I I I 111 Captain 1151200 j OUVJi 1IO J.-UU 100 700' 1 250 80 2100' SO 2100 2S50' 1000 IS' 120 800 115 120012000 250 1000 0oJ 7000 2300. 1201900 700 12000 2001600, 2001600 200 1000 120190025000 801400 801400 2501200, 1251200 115 2700 I 80 1356 J50 350 60 2500 14C' 600 1600 16000 200 1000 14000 SO 05010000 j 600 8000 illOO 16000 00 0000 100: 22017001 22017W 3150; 40 3400 SO 30 80 1900; 1900 1100 1100 200 2200 I -j 501400 301500 1300 00 1400 SO 1000 330 2050 25000 I I 110: 500 7000 950 9000 1000 10000 40 1400 12000 30 950 10000 1100,14000 70 800 150 1300 75 1300 7751150 186 20, 850 450 2000 600 1200 20 850 50j 600 1000 1000 3600 2600 201000 10012200 50 600 1000 1000 2600 20 1700 800 1000 '000 60 65 70 SO 500 5000 140012000 1000 10000 330 5000 6C5, 8000 300; 3000 450, 4000 600 850 7000 7000 2000 27000 450; 4000 600 8000 330; 4500 coo; 6000 20 600, 6000 130015000 750j 6000 90014000 250 400 1000 2500 4000 9000 SO! 950! 80! 95010000 Nov 1, to cruise and home " Kinfmill Grou. " off Pern : in Ochotsk Nov. 4, sailed for N. Z. " " Ochotsk' M M Indian Ocean Cruising off New Zealand u in Indian Ocean " " Ochotsk ' M off New Zealand " In Ochotsk . off Peru Feb. 15, '56, at Lahaina Cruising in Ochotsk 44 4t tt 44 a off Peru 44 14 Cruising off New Zealand 44 44 pera in Ochotsk off Peru 44 . 44 tt 44 . tt 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 . M off Peru Cruising in Ochotsk , off Peru in Kodiack tt tt " Indian Ocean 41 tt tt - ft tt tt Cruising in Ochotsk tt tt tt " on Line St rt- 1,-lat 32 N, Ion 132E M in Ochotsk Oct. 13, sailed for N. Z. HUo, Nov. 2, llonolulu, Nov 11 j Lahaina, Oct 2, Honolulu, Nov 11 Lahaina, Oct. 11, u Nov. 1, Lahaina. Nor. 3, Honolulu, Oct 3, " 20, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Oct 17, ! 4t NiivIO 44 tt tt tt in Ochotsk off Peru in Ochotsk 44 44 Sept. 23 sailed to cruise. 41 4t tt 44 t " Indian Ocean " Ochotsk tt tt 44 44 Cruising off New Zealand " iu Indian Ocean in Ochotsk 41 Arctic Ocean "Ochotsk 44 tt Cruising in Ochotsk tt tt tt , Oct. 22, sailed for N. B. tt tt tt Nov. 10, sailed to cruise Oct. 22, Bailed to cruise Cruising in Ochotsk tt tt ti 4 Nov tt tt tt tt ft tt tt off California i, sailed for Honolulu off Peru Kodiack, Ang, 2, 300 bbls off Peru off Peru in Indian Ocean " Ochotsk off New Zealand Nov. 9, sailed to cruise Nov. 1, sailed to cruise Cruising in Ochotsk u Indian Ocean " Ochotsk on Line Kodiack, J une 23, 3 wh 44 44 (t ' off New Zealand Feb. '5C, at Lahaina Sep. eld. homeward b'nd. Cruising in Ochotsk Oct. 24, sailed for N. Z. Oct. 21, sailed for home Oct. 25, sailed for N. Z. 4t tf tt it tt 44 off Peru Oct. 24, sailed for N. Z. " Indian Ocean " " Ochotsk Oct. 25, sailed for N. Z. Cruising in Indian Ocean JIcnolulujNov. 1, Honolulu, Nov. 2, llonolulu, Oct 2, Tlonolulu, Sep. 13 JHonolulu Aug 26 ililo, Oct. 8, Honolulu Nov 11 Honolulu Nov 10 Lahaina, Oct. 30 Lahaina, Oct 4, Lahaina, Oct. 31, Honolulu Nov 5 Lahaina, Nov. 1, Lahaina, Oct 2, Honolulu, Nov. 5 Lahaina, Oct. 15, Lahaina, Oct. 31, ilonolulu, Nov. 1, Honolulu, Oct 20, llonolulu, Oct lu, Ilonolulu Nov 10 CAPT. K!3E!T BROWS WHALING GUN, PATENT BOMB LANCES AND GUN HARPOONS. AFTER SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AND experimental,!? upon whales, on the whaling ground, with his apparatus, combined with the advantages of being a practical whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instru ment in form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective ness cannot be excelled. The attention of Agent and Officers of whale-ships is called to the following testimonials. Sax Fraxcisco, January 10, 1S5C. Capt. R. Brows Sir: I take this opportunity to inform you that we used those Bomb Lances we bought of you, and found them to be of great benefit in capturing whales amongst the ice. The first whale that we used the Bomb Lance on was killed in the following manner ; The boat went alongside of the whale and the boat-steerer fired a Bomb into him aod then fastened to him with a gig iron : the Bomb was heard to explode, and the whale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-mentioned whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should not have got that whale and many others that we did get, if it had not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend them to the attention f those fitting out whale ehipe. Respectfully yours, Thomas AVaix, Master bark George. HoxoLcxr, March 17, 1856. Capt. Robert Browx My dear Sir : I used your Bomb Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made 250 bbls. of oil. We never could have taken him without said Lances, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com mon hand lance. Yours Respectfully, G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia. IIoxoixlu, March 15, 1856. Capt. Robert Brows Dear Sir : I take this opportunity to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and would recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice. I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by your Guns and apparatus. Yours Respectfully, Isaac Alles, Master ship Herald. Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned, Agents, who have the Guns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for sale. . 14-tf R. COADY fc CO., Honolulu. DYERS' HEALING EMBROCATION, FOR EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL USE. It is a perfect pain destroyer, and an invaluable remedy for Rheumatism, Cuts, "Wounds, Pain in the Side, Back and Limits, Lumbaeo, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds, Swellings, Agne, Cramp, etc; For cuts and wounds it is superior to any other preparation j it will afford immediate relief in scalds or burns j and for pains or weakness in any part of the system, it will give oertain relief in a very little time. For sale at retail by traders throughout the Islands. For sale whe lesale at Honolulu by i July 1, 1856-tf. B. W. FIELD. CEMENT AND BRICK. FOR SALE BY II. HACKFELD & CO. D OORS, WINDOWS AND BLINDS VA- noui styles. For eal by (9 If) A. P. EVERETT. Honolulu, Oct 20, Lahaina, Oct. 13, Honolulu, Nov. 1, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Lahaina, Oct. 28, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Honolulu, Oct 13, Lahaina, Nov. 3, Ilonolulu, Aug 9, I Lafayette I La Grange Lancaster Lark L C Richmond Leonidas Lewis Levi Starbuck Liverpool Louisiana Lydia Magnolia Manuel Ortez Mary Mary Ann M. Francis, bk. Maria Theresa Martha Martha, bk. Martha, 2d. Marcia .Majestic Mathew Luce Margaret Scott Marion Menkar Mercator, bk. Metacom Mercury, bk Milwood Milo Sloctezuma Montezuma Montauk Mogul Montreal Montpelier M. "Wollaston Mount Vernon Monticello Marengo Manche Nantucket Nauticon Napoleon IT ' I . rtaviuaLur Natches Nautilus -Navy Narragansett Neptune Neva Newton New England Newark Normau Northern Light North Star N. S. Perkins Ocean Ocean Rover Ohio Ohio, bk. Oliver Crocker Olympia Omega Omega j Onward j Orlario j Oregon Orozimbo Oscar, bk. Othello Ocmulgee Pallas lvudent Parachute Pacific Taulina Petrel Pfiel Phoenix Phoenix P. De la Noye Pioneer, bk. Plover Pocahontas Potomac President Phillip 1st Republic Rebecca Sims R. Morrison, bk Robert Edwards Robin Hood Romulus Roman, 2d Rosseau Roscoe, 2d. bk. Roscoe, bk. Rodman, bk. Roman Rosciua Salamander Sarah Sappho, bk. Sarah Sheaf, bk Scotland Sea Shell, bk. Seine Secomet Sharon Sheffield Smyrna, bk. South Boston Spartan Speedwell St George Superior, bk. Swift Syren Queen South America Tamerlane Tarquina, brig TenedoB Thomas Nye Three Brothers Triton Triton, 2d. Uncas U. States, bk. Venice, bk. Vernon, bk. Vigilant, bk. Virginia Victoria, brig Washington Washington, bk Walter Scott Waverly Warren, bk. Wolga, bk Wm. Badger Wm. C. Nye Wm. Tell Wm Thompson Young Phoenix loung Hero Zenas Coffin Zephyr Allen Thomas Carver Parsons Cochran Oliver Allen Jernegan Barker Norton Leonard G. L. Cox Heusti3 Cottle Daunan Rule Davia Meader " Smith Drake Wing Percival Coon Ilowland Davies Bloomfield Norton Woodbridge Hay den Silva Lowell Tinker Smith French Clark Gray Macomber Potter Nye Baker Skinner Lalanne Gibbs Luce Crowell Fisher Bellowes Swain Wood Gardner Green Hand Sherman " Smith Smith Bray Chapel Fish Fish Norton Vida Barrett Baker Mc Cleave Ry?in Ilawtj Sanborn Norton Tooker Eldredge Rowley Cross BeeV.man West Couppey Hamilton Corey Snell Stenton Tucker Nickerson Williams Nickerson Gardner Lambert Skiff Butler Swain Young Sisson Austen Gavilt Pease Kelly McGinley Baker Blackmcr Pope Gifford Coffin Balcock Devol Dexter Swift Seabury Loper Smith Martin Landre Cleavelani Church Green Bliss Randolph Turner Gibbs Dias Norton Vincent Philips Walker Winslow Moroy Smith Cleveland Dornin White James Holt Lester Gardner Dubois Peakcs Corsen Holley Halleck Collins West Wilcox Crowell Braley Soule Smith White Tobey Long Rose Terril "1 -a I a a s , C-O & to S' 1852 B Ni is54 r n! 1854 N B Och 1853 N L Km. 1854 N B 1854 1853 " 1853 " 'Km. 1853 " jBhe 1853 " I 1S54 F IljOch 1854 N B Och 1854 N B: 1854 " I 1854 F Hj 1S54 N B! 152 F II Line 1854 N Bl 1554 " Oc h 1863 Och 1853 Och 1854 - 1855 " 1555 44 1854 44 Och 1852 44 1853 44 1S55 44 Jap 1854 44 - 1855 44 1854 44 tt 1854 S n 1853 N L Km. 1853 44 Och 1853 44 1S53 " 1855 44 1853 Nan 1S55 N B 1854 Hav 1855 Nan 1853 44 1855 44 1854 Ed 1S55 N B 1855 44 1855 44 1855 Nan Jap 1850 N Li If 54 G P Kod 1854 N B 1854 Och 1855 N B 1S55 Nan 1855 F II 1S55 N L 1552 44 lOch 1853 W'n 1855 Nan Och 1853 N B 1854 44 1854 4" 1855 44 1853 Nan (jCh 1854 F ILOch 1854 N B lS5i 44 1553 F Il'Och 1854 N 3 Och Mat' 1 53 N B! ISM Tis. 'Och 154 Hav Och 1855 G P 1355 N B 1854 F II 1853 N B 1853 44 Arc. H'n 1853 N L 1855 N B Kod 1855 F II 1854 N B 1855 44 1853 II II 1853 Nan 1853 WP 1855 G P 1855 Bre 18 53 NB 1854 N B Och 1853 44 I 1854 Mys 1854 44 !jap 1554 SB 1853 44 Och 1853 44 1855 44 1855 44 1855 44 1854 44 Ha 1855 Mat 1855 N B 1555 4 Och 1854 44 Kod 1853 W'n 1853 N B 1855 44 1S53 FH 1S51 C S 1S53 N B 1854 F II 1854 Nan 1853 F H Och 1S53 N B 1853 44 1553 44 1853 FH och 1855 NBI 1854 N B Kod 1856 Hn' 1853 N L 1854 N B 1554 Nan 1553 N B 1854 " 1554 N B Kod 1S54 Ston 1S54 N L 1554 N B 1855 44 1855 44 1856 IPn Arc N Boch 1855 S II 1855 Ed 1854 N B 1855 44 1855 F II Och 1853 44 1854 " N Z 1854 S II Kod 1853 N B Kod 1853 N B 1555 Nan 1S53 Nan Kod 1855 N Bj A XCIIORS, CHAINS, CORDAGE, fcc 75 Coils Manilla, to 4k inch, 60 44 Russia tarred Rope, 1 to 7 do., 6 Anchors, weighing from 1700 to 2000 lbs., 3 Chain Cables, inch, 70 fathoms each, ALSO 6 of best pattern Ships' Cabooses, patent of 1855, 15 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood. For sale low by (14-tf) J. C. SPALDING. SAILOR'S HOME. R. AND MRS. THRUM having taken the man agement of the Homr, would respectfully call the atten tion of Ship Masters and Owners of vessels to the facility of the Home, where their crews can be accommodated with comfortable board by the day or week, with lodgings if required, while their vessels may be undergoing reiairs. Officers can be accommo dated at a private table, and with private sleeping-rooms. Mr. Thiutm would take this opportunity to acknowledge the very liberal patronage she has received while conducting a pri vate Boarding House, and would respectfully solicit a continu ance of the same at her private Boabd and Refresilmkxt Rooms on Bethel Stit-et. (Hr Meals at all hours. Soup from 12 till 2 P.M. Private Rooms to let, neatly furnisljed. 14-4m SHIPPING OFFICE. NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED INTEND opening an office on or about the first of September, on the corner ef Nuuanu and Queen streets, adjoining the Auction Room of A. P. Everett, Esq., for the purpose of shipping seamen, and hope, from past experience in, and strict jittention too, to solicit a share of the public patronage. Men procured at the hsortest notice. JAMES GRAHAM, WILLIAM A. MARKHAM. HENRY RHODES, IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS, offers for sale at the lowest market rates, Hhds and Qr Casks Brandy, various brands Sherry and Por.; Wine in Qr Casks ' Sherry and Port Wine in Cases of one dozen each Brandy do do do HoUands & old Tom Gin do do do Monongahela Whiskey do do do Scotch Whiskey do do do Cherry Brandy do do do Champagne, Stoughton's Bitters, Curacoa, etc., etc Ale and Porter of the best London brands in ints and quarts. July 1, lS56-tL ftft OflfbBRICKS T ARRIVE Vr J JF HJ' from Bremen, per ship Post, for sale by 16-tf ' ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST. HAWAIIAN BEEF, packed by Messrs Spencer and Louzada Waimea, Hawaii, constantly on hand and for sate by 2-tf . . . A. P. EVERETT. "IT IQUORS, English Groceries, English Soap, for sale by JLA July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANI0N. ,OORS. 4 FEET BY 8 FEET. 2 T Vf!ff rai th'pk ; 3 fret bv 7 feet. II inrhra thiv o a by 6 feet 8 inches, 1J inches tliick. For sale by 6-tf- A. P. EVERETT. Whole Voyage Sp Wh A'mnt on b'd 1 SpWh Seasons : Catch i Sp Wh Bone RE31ARKS. 1001100 450 2500 1700 2000 800 501000 2300 1300 1400 800 9000 60 1600 12000 900 9000 OOO1, 220 2300 75 15001 2501950 2501950 1101200 2501200 500 2000 30 100 1400 20000 150 75:1000 30 COO 2S0 55 900 5200 SO COO- 2S0 55! 000 1150 800 2500! 2S0 10000 475 3050 250! 2909 SOO 200 S500 Cruising on Line 44 off Coast Califor.- Nov. 9. sailed for N. 2 Cruising in Ochotsk Cruising on Line 44 in Ochotsk Nov 3, to cruise and homo 44 M 44 U ti off Peru 44 tt U 44 In OchoUk Oct. 25, sailed for N. Z 44 in Ochotsk 5000 970 S000 800! 7000 1150 16000 50- 200 50 2000 900 9000 roo esoo 1200' looo : 120 2100; 20, 800 50 340 -100; 5000 J COOj 4000 150 1300 15000 1200 14000 450; 6000 SOO 85 2200 150 2000 40! 180 800 500! 4000 450! 5500 150 1000 ISO 1C00 15o' 700 85 2000; S5.300O 1000 1201G00 500 100 25 900 ISO 1500 700 25 900 13000. 400 2C00 20,1300 5S0 300 7000 9000 4000 1000 Oct 27, to cruise and home' 44 off Coast Chill 44 In Ochotsk tt tt t4 44 off Teru 41 in Ochotsk Oct. 2S, sailed for N. Z. Oct 21,-sailed to cruise, Cruising rn Ochotsk Nov. 8, sailed fo N. tt 44 in Ochotsk or New Zealand Lost June 15, in Ochotsk 44 iu Ochotsk 44 on Line Cruising off Peru 44 44 44 tt 44 in Ochotsk 44 44 . 44 U off Peru in Ochotsk Oct. 2S,- sailed for N. Z. Discharged cargo at S. F, Sept. S, cruise and home. 44 uciiotsk tt 14 tt 44 44 44 44 44 (4 r.i tt on Line 44 44 in Japan Sea on Lino in Ochotsk off Peru off New Zealand in Ochotsk -4t-4t tt 44 Oct. 25, sailed for N. Z. It tt M 44 ti 44 44 on Line Cruising in Ochotsk tt tt tt 44 44 Indian Ocean 44 4t ti 44 tt tt 15000 6000 4000 2000 Oct. 13, sailed for N. Zlnd- 44 off Peru 44 in Inian Ocean tt tt tt 44 44 Ochotsk 44 In New Zealand 44 off Peru Cruising in Ochotsk tt 44 t II tt off Peru tt tt Oct. 23, sailed for N. Z. tt tt M off Teru 44 Ochotsk ti tt 44 tt 44 Ochotsk 5; 900 16000 90 1000 Not. 6, sailed fflfCar: 1300 15000 Ocf 12, sailed for fc. Pacific In Indian Ocean 1000,10000 1300,12000 2401600 170 429 170 429 146J450 28 2700 400 1S50 4001700! 4001700 1400 75 3550 2900 3100 2900 3500 450 4000 400 4500 950 12000 8 10OO1C0O0 9001 9000 1400 14000 1000! 8000 1100 sooo 1 tr u 44 44 44 It 44 44 44 14 44 44 Ochotsk off Peru tt tt in Ochotsk off New Zealand in Ochotsk off Peru In Japan Sea 44 Ochotsk Oct. 29, sailed for N. Z. Reported lost 44 44 Indian Ocean 44 44 Ochotsk . 44 . 44 tt Kodiack, July 12, 5 wh Sept. 23 sailed for N. Z 44 4t ludian Ocean Cruising in Ochotsk 44 In Ochotsk Cruising In Ochotsk 44 tt tt 44 4tk. ti . 44 in Ochotsk Oct. 28. sailed for S. If. Cruising In Ochotsk 44 off Peru Aug 30, Bailed fot Nant. C raising off Peru. TO CAPTAINS OF AVIIAIE SHIPS AND OTHER VES sels. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa a $5 per cord ; fresh beef at 4 cents per lb, sheep at $3 per head, and goats at $1.50 per head. Also at the Hxt of HannM, wood and beef can be had at the same rate. The harbor of Hanalei i on the North West side of the island and lias safe .and good u chorage in from 7 to 10 fathoms of water. Wood and beef may also be had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruits and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above named ports. N. B. Wood alwava on hand at the beach in qoiuiiitk suit purchasers. (9-34) GEORGE CHARMAX. OTICE THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING disposed of his late Business to Messrs. WILSON & CUh BURN, and feeling confident they will give entire satisfaction t those who may entrust them with their interest, would solicit for them a continuance of the favors so liberally liestowrd na him. . . R. F. B0LLES- Lahaina, J une 7, 1S50. ISSOL.UTION OF COPARTNERSHIP. The Copartnership heretofore existing under the Styl o BOLLES &. CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All business connected with said firm will be settled by B. P. BOLLES. B. F. BOLLES. Lahaina, June 7,-tf. JAMES WILSON COPARTNERSHIP. THE UNDER SIGNED have this day formed a Copartnership for the purpose of transacting a Ship Chandlery and General Comnais sion Business under the name and style of AV1LSOX iV COLBURX. On the old premises of B. F BOLLES Sc CO. JAMKS WILSON. June 7, 1856.-tf. JOHN F. COLBURN- 1 W. FIELD OFFERS FOR SALE OF mdse arriveed per Am. Ship 44 Ceylon" from Boston. i va.H.s iuaucira vi me Qr 44 IXiff Gordon Sherrv Wine Qr Old AMONTILLADO Sherry VTine Eight44 Rachelle Brandy Eight pipes Amn. Brandy Kegs Monongahela Whiskey Bbls. - Old Bonrbon Whiskey Cases Wolfs Schnapps Cases Longworths Sparkling Catawba Cases liongworth's Still Catawba. ' July 1, 1858-tf. 1 - RICE. A SUPERIOR ARTICLE, EX quero," for sale by - (6-tf.) A. P. EVERETT. ANCHORS Sz CHAINS, for sale at the lowest mar ket rates, by Jyl,l-tf ROBERT C. JANION- "A VY BILLS & WHALER'S BILLS taken t the lowest rates bv . July 1, 1-tf ROBERT C. JANIOv BRY GOODS and CLOTHING, in great variety, for sl bf Honolulu, July 1, 1856-tf ROBERT C. JANK- I dT101 MEAL, FOR SALE BY .