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Vc Mrelre to twenft boors, in which time the water
Ud the whole is taken apart, smoothed out and
lit - ton nr twelve fheets being handled at a
Jb the heap then beinj? pat in a standing press, or
Znder bej weights, iorder to ensure an even
-oisture thronghoot the whole. Left in this sitna
nr.a ten or tweire honrs, it is in fit condition to print
-A-n there are the inking rollers, which have to be
atfttkled to suit the temperature of the weather;
leing a composition of glue and molasses, a few de
colder or warmer hrtnlening or softening them
fTmucb as to render them unfit for use. They are
required to be kept scrupulously clean, an opera
ooo requiring considerable labor. There are many
uluor matters in the editorial, composing, proof,
ruling, and printing department, not here enumer
ate!, which are nevertheless essential to the printing
at every daily or weekly newspaper; and, after all
these, the newspaper is but printfL It yet ha to be
f,UeJ. packed, and published- In the printing,
eich sheet passt-s through two sets of hands. . A third
(pars them to the ful ling room, where each sheet is
geparateiy folded, separately enveloped, and separate
It directed, tied in bundles, and given to carriers and
tie maiL Is it a wonder, remembering the many
kM'ls engaged in ranking a newspaper, that there is
a occasional error ? Varied and multifarious as are
the'lbors requisite to make a newspaper, they are
not more so than are the tastes of the different readers
t,r whom they are intended
hk Tixg Ccxttks l Cauroasia In an article
anea List week we set forth the great advantages
eh California has over all other countries for wine
, wing; and we now add something in regard to the
j .hod of cultivation.
!he vine dislikes clay, swamp and light mould,
d likes a sandy soil, and there only will thrive to
"fcest advantage. The land should be tolerably
.list in suronie-, or lie in such position that it can
- irrigated. The cuttings are made about three feet
a half long, and are set out in January or Feb
I tj. The land is plowed deeply, and then boles.
e eet deep, are sunk witu a crowbar, in rows.
And a bIf or six feet apart each way, so that
may be about 1.100 vines on an acre. A caU
thrust down to the bottom of each bole, lea v.
. t only two buds above ground ; and the hole is then
1 up with sand, m that there may be no vacant
ee about the vine. When the entire field is
nted, unless vesy motet, it is irrigated for a day.
thereafter no work is necessary upon it save two
I btimsa in a summer and two plowings. aud
h hoeing to keep down the weeds. The vine
$ luxnriantly, but is pruned every year in
try and February, so as to grow into a stalk
and a half or four feet high, from the top of
branches are allowed to sprout out sideways in
. lirections. These b nine he are pruned down
,-y year to the lenjrth of about a foot. The grapes
w only on new wood, which fills to the ground,
dl thus forms & kind of leify cylinder, of which the
stalk' is the x; and within the cylinder, under the
teve the grapes grow and ripen beautifully.
The first year, the vines produce nothing save
wood and leave; the second year they produce a few
sma:l bunches perhaps one to a dozen vines; the
third year they yield from one to fbur pounds per
vin; the fourth year from six to eight pounds; the
fifh from eight to twelve pounds; and from the sixth
to the fortieth year, from ten to twenty pounds.
Alter the fortieth year the produce begins to f ill off.
The grapes be in to ripen akpt the end of July,
an 1 the list ones are fully ripe before'ig beginning
of October. The bonebe3 are cut otf, plrtctKiCillv
in baskets, tiken to the storehouse, and therviarkc
in'o boxes for the market, or sent to the vine press.
A ew are kept for winter use the best method of
3TK!rT:ttin being to tie them to strings, allowing
tix at to swing freely in the air find shade, and pro
tected from the rain. Those intended fur the market
arc at the beginning of the eea.on packed in boxes
wi'h paper, but biter, when the fruit has become
riper ani more tender, paper wifl no longer serve.
D'l reuwn,u ranuui'i is auuniuuiru.
The whole number or vines m .j3iiir""was
reported to be 1.531.224 in lbo6. of watch number
store than nine-tenths have been set out since the
or. q J est. Probably, the actual number at the
present time is not less than 2,000,00) a great
amlier having been vet out this year. The folio w
icg figures represent the numbers of vines as reported
ia the principal wine growing counties of the State
l Huge, - - - - 72A.OOO
Sima tiara, - - - - - - - 150,000
Aianrda. - - - . - - - . - 84.000
Saa Bernardino, - . - - ' - - - - 80,000
Contra Cuata, - - - . - - - 70.000
Snooma, - - - - ftO.OoO
&ann, - - . - 50.000
recruneuto, - - - ... . . 6O.1HJO
Saifer, . - - . . . . . 45.000
Tab, - . - - - - - . . . 28,000
Tois . -. . . - . r- - 29000
5ap. - - - - - - - 2AU00
That the human body, besides its groseer
wants of fond ant covering, has its more delicate
awls, robbed of which, it perishes more slowly and
subtly, but as surely as when frozen or starved.
One of these subtile, but absolute conditions of health,
is light. Without light, the body of a blind man
pines, as pines a tree without light. Without . light,
man's body perishes; with insufficient light, it droops.
Another of the body's abaolnte need.- is work. An
other is conversation with human beings. If, by
isolating a vulgir mind that has collected no healthy
11 to feed on in time of dearth, you starve it to a
stand-atill, the body runs down, like a watch that
has not been wound up. Ajriinst this law of nature,
it is not only impious, but idiotic, to struggle. Al
mighty God has inaJe man So, and so he will remain
while the world butt?.
PoTrira Pilatk sot Dead Yet. When Mrs. B.
the actres. was making a summer excursion in the
. mntry, she was accompanied by her husKand, and
j a p-irt v of bis ant her friends. One of these wa
Mr. -formerly a pilot on the Boston station, who
h.adV?Jbel and grown fit so long t'lat b had be
" like ff'p!r,l 'man of unbounded i-tomach."
m-i one a.ked. Who is this Large man in Mrs. B.s
ite?' That," avid his intormanr. ' is Mr. ;
it pilot. "Exactly wa the response, "I
old think he was pcinncheous Pilate !'
' These who cherish the superstition in regard to
anlucky progno-tieations of Friday, w.'ll have a
opportunity to trst their br-lh-f during the pivs
. :year, which legins and en-Is n Friday. Janu
9 April. July. (ctoler ad December, have five
L' V t . " : Tv k -. 1 L1 . I . H
ad J tJwJJvv tn-l IKrt.jtr licgin on Friday ; and
f r.j are uiJ Fridays in the year.
,r Oaring to the d ri;" cl.dd in Kentucky,
irora eating roloml rm examination
w is nia dir. w!icti le i to the d '(.: that the follow,
.g. ttionrt othr i:!miotn substartC..-vvwvr "sed
r rlonng : irnht . vhrr.-.n ite of kA fXd lead.
bluii ph if e of merciry. Pro:ian Antwerp
Jp"', liuininaui, cirbaate of epper. i
HIVIXB THK I.NTE.VnoX TO LEAVE
I'lan.ls, 1 hri std my ba-dorss of takinx Ambro.
tps, etc.. u Mr. Frieb
an-i lbwk lb mh(ic far the patron-
i have bad.
ilavaulo. May 1, JSii-
II. cTANUN W ALD.
U0X0LCLLT A3ICROTYPE AND DAGUER
1 TAKE THE I.I BERT V TO IXFORM MT
frods a-vt lbs! pab ic m general, that I hare bought from
fir. btangr:iiw14 the boiiness of taking Ambrot jp s. Photo-
-aprs ami Daorrieotypes. and hope that the public will gira
; tha same patronage Mr.t-tngnwali has enjoy e. I. 1 prodi-
th strkacM atteauoo. TU. V. FBOEiiE.
"JlIirCAXC STREET. ABOVE THE COR.
w tier ni Hut el seet. Il.ifv4aiu. Handwicb Islands.
Lunch at all hours Steals 24 cents.
1 H V. fcfEIDEX. Proprietor.
FEW DOZEN FIXE LIXEX BOSOM
Cuscom made SHIKTS, at
V0S HOLT IIElCa.
ASSORTMENT OF DKl'GS
Fur sal by
i. M. SMITH CO..
Corner of Fort and Hotel street.
BUSHELS TI RKS ISLAXD SALT,
Fur sale by
CHAA. BREWER to.
CALIFORNIA BRANDY' OF 1856,
i bozex cases and ix kegs of
H caBona rmrh nL. h
To HOLT A HXCCK.
:rt superior article ix cases
each, far sale by
To HOLT It II1XCK.
For sale by
CHAb. BREWER, .
RAv yGA-OLASS GLOBES, far fish, gaias;
new articJe, and great improrcsnent.
O. F. jcdd;
WUALE3.S BILLS takes a
ROBEST C. JASTIOK.
od Chineae The
. jfy i.i-tf
rrw2fed. Fears'1 bj
JMX. C. JAXI0X
J ,i raApnic
I -x V
TO ARRIVE BY THE " MELITA."
B.; 0. Hall oilVrs for Sale :
HA UOW ARK. Jtc.
lRV conns, x.
;linci(, fine rtlibonn;
:bi.li-.', infanta', chiMrei.V,
I hoy.' stud niLn' aKnrt.nl
Ae hu i'hts. liiiieliuir it..:
C. S. ili-el. f n;ijr. hoc;
Kakes, manure f .rk. boir Imk-;
i nree-ti!el m -for-;
Tea kettle, fanri- pnn;
Baie.1 kettkn, inn ts:
J'rijwn aivl wli'teti.l.Ie d:unak:
j .SKr:el t.ihle napkins;
. snrts.-d I'ruii napkinn;
1V hir flannel
Nest tin trunks and fiaiht;
Pins pUite.1 forks, with irory Linen toweling, haek'alnirk :
hamlied knive to match; !Stt lace, black fringe;
SewtniT bir.la, drawing pencils; ;ULick bonitaiine;
India rubber hair pini; iSatin ribbons, elastic do;
Fishhooks, peart buttons; Brown and black tafrta ribbons;
Perforated board, bug try lamps; Velvet ribbons, black crape;
Assorted planes, dog collar; .Serpentine braid, tapes;
Putty knives, per cutters, . jM-liair mits, Itxliau silk;
Assorted tea trays; ' 'Emlwoidered Collars;
M hips and whip bubes; . Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters. Jacket lamps; Men's riding glovrs;
w hitewash. flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
awl shoe brashes; Hickory shirts, denim;
Sail twine, box graters; . !1J and 2 bubt?l bags;
Ruled fwlacap and bill paper; Jlieavy ticking, brown drills;
Angnr trita, chopping knives; Drown cottons, wicking;
T-hinges, log and trace chains; Bias cottons, piping cord;
Dog chains, cow and sheep bells; lllue and whtie thread;
8ah rollera, iron, brass aud Tidy couon. woolen carpeting;
cupper wire, mallets; ,Boot webbing, silk tnahaellas,
Bench and hand screws; Etc., etc.. etc
Brad awls, padlocks;
Door ami cbett locks, assorted;' GROCER.IES.fce.
Gimp tacks, rirets; Pierce's Carolina rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screws; Aatmegs, curry powder;
Slate pencils, steelyards:
Board measures, rules, rifles;
Swale's Iron, round iron;
Crowbars, pickaxes, hammers;
Shears and scissors;
100 kegs nails, saws;
Eale isows. So. 2;
Kazle plows. No. 20;
Horse plows, side bill plow;
Harrows, hxyrakes. cradles;
Ox bows and yokes;
Cattle k-aders and boll rings;
Goarled lanterns, lam us:
Hiyster ami milk crackers;
irusned sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AU SHOES.
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
Do busk lus and slinners:
Do calf do, thick Sole;
Do India ruhbershildt do
Io rant bootees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
I'o goat slippiTs;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do thin solet
&lar lams and extra globes;
S Jar chimneys, hanainc lamns;
Plated castors and extra tUes;i
Misses' and child's ass'd boots.
Tuns, pails, bnckKs, trunks;
snoes ana ouskins.
C. S. and W. 8. rocking chairs;
. d. cnairs. nmuinn rUsaes:
Slnirle an.1 dable hutb-post
Zinc paint, pore lead, and sun
dnes too nurmi-oos to mention
At sa.ii. SAVinr.iDs.
KIXG STREET, KEAB THE BETHEL CHCRCH.
WESTPHALIA HAMS. SMOKED HAMS;
8ugar-cured Ham. Frvsh Lanl,
French fruits, in Ivrap.
P .inline, small tins.
Sardines, large tin.
Flue Oolong Tea,
line Green Tea,
Frfsh Roasted O-ffee,'
Green Coffee, '"
Assortit Scotch Biscuits,
ShIU Water 6oap,
Fine Table Salt,
Kay'iiiA, . . -Citron
R Wnson's Barley,
Carbonate of Soda,
Ac , Sic. &c.
ni;lih Dairy Cheese,
Calif .mt Creiun Cheese,
Light Brwn Sngar,
Crushed Loaf tufar,
1a mf Sugnr,
A hiie beans.
Assnrtrd Meats and Soups,
Assorted English Fruits,
Assorted English Jams,
Assorted Ki.glbth Jellies.
Til rii -1' T Saures.
AsS.riil tngiisa Pickles, .
ntiglish Green Peas,
French Green Peas,
White TVine Vinegar,
Fresh Peachy, In tliw.
Fresh Qaiitces, in tivn,
R astral Cwflee, parked in tias,
lr ship a L m. 8-tf
FOCT STF.EET, HONOLfLU
THE SUBSCR IBERS wmiM inform their friends
Bhiptiuuters. and the pn'hc peaenilly, that they will lie
ha opr. at all times, to greet Ihem at their New Shop on Fort
Street, two doors below the Drug Mtore of Dr. Jud 1, an.1 dirertlr
opposite the More of Mr. B. W. Field. All orders with which
they may be faTored, wi'l be thankfully r-ceived and promptly
!CT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO Gt'AGIXO. XX
X. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
- 8S-!f GiXIKGE W. 0HT0N.
TIIECXDERSIGXED intends tearing this kiaffdom
soon, an I wil! lie trl.id to receire all bills against him ;
also he reqarsts that those wjio are indented t hitn either per.
sonally, or as the Ajrent of Uie Ilu.ls.,n's Bar Company, will
settle th-ir debts immed'puyly at his otice, because in default of
paymect such bd'a will be su:-l f..r.
CMgnwl) ROBERT CLOC8TOS.
Hooulalo, May. 1S53. 94-tf
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO XEAT COTTAG ES on Merchant street,
conrrnient for smull families, and handy to Uie business
part or the town. Kent I" sr.
Apply to (9-Q II EN RT SMITH. Blacksmith.
A COPf OP THK - PACIFIC COMMER.
2. rial Adrerti r " cf February 11, Hi8, fur which a liberal
price win be pakj at this oBice.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
THE DVELLI.HOrSE AXD PRE
misses nocupierl by the sutiscriher, on the corner of I
lerchar.t ami Alakea streets. Title, fee simple.
XT Possession gireo immediately.
7-tf O. M. ROBERTJfOJf.
COTTAGE TO LET.
RE N'T LOW.
W. R. SEAL.
THE II A WA 1 1 A X FLOlR COM PA XT
tn-r tr snlc, floor from this Tear's crop, now eomiog in.
J. F. B. .MARSHALL, A-ent II. V. Co.,
Orer B. W. Field's.
July 15. 17. 65f
JL -2. V-
XEW VURK ORAYS, complete.
bets Harness f'Hr do.
For sal" by
CIIAd. BREWER, 2n.
arus for sale by
W-tf Vox nOLT nEVCK.
CLEAR CEDAR LUMBER.
WCST RECEIVED PER VAXKEE- A small
M kit of clear PnrtOrfoid C-eilar i. 1. ami 8 incites admir-
Laila4cl f nnisaing i'limm work, boat building, and the
;t sale ny iao-tt u. A. X . r. PUOK.
DEN IMS Just I
II. F. POOR.
OCPCRIOR FIRE AND TrTK
9 saft.-s, made by Messrs. ilemo k ilobcrJTsJ'jf
by iy-U A. r.'
OLD JAMAICA RUM
A XD CHAMPAGNE ! Assorted brands for snli:
B. W. FIELD.
NEW SUFFOLK MILLS FLOUR,
IN QCARTER-BBL TINS For sale by
UU - B. W. FIELD.
SALMON ! SALMON !
MUST RECEIVED FROM SAX ' FR AX
99 Cisco, and for sale by 94-tf U. W. FIELD.
NO. 2 CUEROOTS
T7H)R SALE BF
J. M. SMITH A CO.
EIGHT DOLLARS A CORD !
milE CXDERSIGXED ARE COXSTAXT-
in receipt of good K.UA FIREWOOD.
For sale at the
abore price. 97-tf j C. A. A
II. F. POOR.
SO LB. SACKS,
sale by l97-4f
A. r. t.tttll.
DOUR OIL, WHALE OIL. C A LI FOR-I
nia Oats, Corn. Bran, Phorts, Sperm Candles, and French
For sale by
A. P. EVERETT.
FINE WHITE SHIRTS.
flARTOXS FIXE WHITE SIIIRTS.LIXEX
bnsouis, collars and wristbands, fur sale by
81-tf v , C A. fc H. F. POOR.
1T1ETER T. IIEERIXG'S CIIERRT COR
AL dial, Irani Coiwnhagen, for sale by
js HOLT A HECCK.
recrid tuu- ka
SAFES! SAtsK! 7
I rlRST Q, IT A L IT T For Mt by
aweC I li iu.tr . -JF t w rninmi
I fJM RE-PROOF PfXT For sale by
i1 t7-tf W. A. ALDRICH.
a. v. vrzzzx. m rv jr w. a. AiDsxca.
' ' "
OFFERS FOR SALE, in lot to suit purchaser, s
the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Dry GMia. -
Wliite anil grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts. - .
Grey merino shirts.
Dam link table carers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Hcd flannel -Brown
Women's white cotton hose,
Blue flannel shirts, '
Black and brown felt hats.
Colored India satin,
Kavjr caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Baeli Bad She.
Calf Congress boots, .
Eu'md leather Congress boots.
Assorted pickles, half gals,
Gherkins, half rals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cIotcs. Fine cut tobacco, in tin toil. ' '
Saiperiwr Black Tea.
Water andbntter crackers. Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Chain cables, Russia cordage, assorted sixes,
M anila whale line, Afanila cordage, assorted sises,
SaQ needles. Cut nails, lanterns.
Paint oil, turpentine. Composition nails.
Pure and extra white lead. Copper boat nails.
Bolar side lamps
Ih-ah office chairs.
1 French bedstead. , ."
.Wrapping paper, ;
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Slvaths and belts.
Walnut cane seat chairs.
Hingham backets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting,
Spem and Polar Oil. Ac. &.
t Brawn't Wbalia Gna and Irana.
India Knbbrr Ilsse, hf iach and t inch,
Bran Hse Pipea, Lead Pipe.
Jcc. Ai.fM A;c C3-tf
BY JAMES J. JARVES, ESQ,
rpHE CN'DERSIGXED has rectived by the ship Eli-
X iftElta. from Boston, Uie following
by Mr. Jarves, formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tale of Hawaii. j
This work is founded on one of the ancient traditions of Uie I
Hawaiians, aii.1 Illustrates their ancient customs and habits. It -is
dedicated by the Author to His Majesty Kamehwieha IV.
CONFESSIONS OF AN INQUIRER; or, Why
and What Am I? By J. J. Jarves.
MTMs is a Ttmmr. of life experiences in the spheres of the
affections, art and rellcion. Whatever judgment may be firmed
of the author's philosophy of life, no one will question the frank,
ness of hi conf-ssim. The descriptive portion of society and
manners in Polynesia, with particular reference to the great
question of the capacity of the Indian and Negro races f.irClvili.
zatioq and Christianity, Is of particular int-tvft." Exchanje.
ART HINTS, os Architecture, Sctlptcre axd -Paixtisc
By J. J. Janes.
u Am-Tica ha at last produced a writer who may help to edu
cate her in art, puide her infant step, and to point out the pit
falls that surrind the pilirrim of art." Ioruion Atheneunu
PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCI
PLES By J. J. Jarves. 1st and 2d series.
Without question, one of the raciest books ever wiittenon
Parisian life and manners." Ronton Pot.
ITALIAN SIGHTS AND PAPAL PRINCI
PLES with numerous illustrations By J. ;
44 The sketches of which thisrolume is composed, are not only
spirhvd but Informing. They furni.ih an Impressive idea of the
Erandeur and the trliry and the degradation and shame of mod
ern Italy." Home Journal. 1
87-tf Fnr sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
. SAILS! SAILS!
FOU SALE BY THE L'N'D ERSIOXED,
the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 2n0 to 300
tons, vis :
I new Topsail;
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
t main Koyau
1 f ranker, 1 Jib,
1 Fore Topmast Staysail,
, C . . 1.
4 i- Aiinrr, i
1 Top Uallants.iil, J
1 set iron strapned Cutting-in Biocks, with chain pendants,
complete. 93-tf B. F. SX0W.
Ir. ESOPP AI-I, Turk,
lEGS TO INFORM THE PCRLIC IX
genenil that he has titte.1 up a K1MNO S t LOON I P
STAIRS, to accommodate his Boarders, at the MERCHANTS
EXCHANGE, and will endeavor to please hit brwrders to the
liest of his abilities. (TT Ilinner, Breakfast and Supper, 1.
SIIKIK I-USIJPP A LI, Turkey,
9Htt Indiau Restaurant.
T1IIE SrBSCRIRER has f r sale a lot of Blacksmith's
Tools, suitable for plantations such as Anvils, Hammers,
Vices, ftc., at nil need prices.
9-tf. HEXRY SMITH, Blacksmith.
UIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existin? between Samuel Savidge and Henry May as
Grocers and Provision Merchants, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons having claims against the late
firm are requested to present them for payment.
Honolulu, April 29, 185S.
During my absence from Honolulu, Mr. Savidge is authorised
(bv Power of Attorney) to transact any business on my behalf.
April 29, 1853. 9-tf HENRY MAY.
Grocer, Coffee Roaster, and Provision Merchant, King- street.
near the Bethel, Honolulu.
NOW LANDING EX
A N'D FOR SALE. WHOLESALE
t. retail, by the undersigned :
i Pieces suiwrior black Alpaecas;
Paramattas, black broadcloth;
Black and colored silk umbrellas;
Suier calfskin shoes, ties, etc.;
Cotton and half wmd pantaloon stutr, choice patt-rrw;
An assortment of houe-paer, wide and narrow bordering;
Cologne water, Florida water;
Cases and kees very suierior pale brandy;
95-tf Etc., etc., etc ro HOLT ft H BUCK.
M. notice that WILLIAM L. SMITH is this day appointed,
by Power of Attorney, to act for me in the business of Louzada,
Sjiencer ft Co., at Lihue, Waimm. Hawaii. ,
Honolulu. JMayl,I85S. 97--2m F. SPENCER.
FUR'ITURK POIilSIl !
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR RENOVATING
IF APPLIED ACCORDING TO DIREC
. tions, the above article is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction. Price t per bottle.
For sale at the Drug Store of H. L. Bn.i.to!t. Fortst. 0&-tf
AND FOR SALE BV J. C. SPALDING To
arrive ptr " Melita," from U.iston, I". S.:
50 cases ChamfKigne Cider;
100 kegs, 10 gallons each, whijky. 60-tf
YANKEE. FROM "SAN FRANCISCO.
HainHlin ft llaker's Oysters;
New Ca ifrnla Cheese;
Fresh Jenny Lind cakes, in tins.
At wholesale, by C. A. ft II. F. POOR.
A SMALL Q.ITANTITV OF PURE FIN:
BR AS OV, warranted supiTior to any in the market.
Also Cases genuine Uostetter's bitters. For sale by
94-tf J. C. SPALDIJfQ.
' PROPOSALS WANTED.
PROPOSALS will he received by the undersigned for
furnishing the Fort Street Church with blinds throughout,
according to plans and speeificaH ns of the Trustees, to he seen
at the Custom House after the 27th Instant the right of reject
ing anv and all proposa's being reserved by the Trustees.
91-tf I. UARTLETT, Treasurer.
rSE OF INSTRUMENTS. LUNAR OB-
servations, and every branch necessary for an accom
plished Navigator, taught in the most thornmrh and practical
manner, by HANIEL SMITH,
03-tf Residence, Smith street.
CALIFORNIA CHEESE. DATES AND
Raisins. For said by 13-if T. M0SSM AN ft SON.
THE SUBSCRIBER F11 hare constantly on hand
best Hawaiian Ileef, packed in Turks Inland salt, and war
ranted, under the anpervisioo of James Makec, Esq., for sale by
3-tf , CHAS. BREWER 2z.
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
FOR SALE, PER "ELIZA A; ELL.4."280.
000 A 1 Arooitnok Shingles, warranted to covor over 100
square feet to the 1000. 9d-tf C. H. LEWERS.
YELLOW PINE 1 1-4. AND SPRUCE T-S
Tongued and grooved Flooring, per M Eliza ft Ella."
8fttf . C. H. LEWERS.
. LINEN SHEETING,
8 A WIDE, for sale cheap, by "
"t 91-tf O. CLARK, Hotel street.
FT1HE rnderslgned, during his absence to the United States,
JL will be represented by Mr. JUii.l r
POPE, under Power
. GRAHAM FLOUR.
FX PACKAGES OF ABOUT 50 POUNDS
SL each, for MJe by S4-tf J
J. F. COLBCRN.
OS. 5 AND . OF VOLUME 95. HUNT'S
MERCHANTS' MAGAZINE. Inquire at this office
CRT GOODS and CLOTHING, In great variety, tar I
Honolulu, July I,19M-tf ROBAAI C. JANION
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT HIS STORE.
A VERY EXTENSIVE AND
CONSISTING OF 'A
PAINTS AND OILS,
AN ASSORTMENT OP
ATkFFERS FOR SALE. AT THE LOWEST
1 W market rates a laree assortment of Goods, r
ed from Saa Fraaeiaca and Livera!. Among them
Brown cottons, .
White cottons, shlrtinfrs.
White cotton drill, madapolams.
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-blue prints.
Furniture prints, brown drilling, regatta shtrtM,
riwv shlrta. white shirts, linen fittings, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, tastings.
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel.
White blankets, large assm't of linen drills, French merino.
Duck and trowserings, superfine nroaitciotn. meauim do no,
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poncho cloth,
EmbrM cloth ponchos, monkey jackets, Russell cord coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted,
- Men's shoes, ladies shoes, crape shawls.
Linen camh. hdkfs. silk neckties.
Felt hats (assrtdy, cord,
Ladies' riding hats, Wue flannel jackets, linen drill pants, fcc
English pie fruits, pickles, sauces, black pepper, white pepper,
Oinger, cinnamon, mace, cloves, oatmeal, table salt, sardines,
Capers, dried herbs, London malt rinepar, English brown soap,
&c, ftc, Ac.
Shwt lead, assorted English files.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails.
Garden chairs, hmnxe hnt stands, cook's ladles,
Handsaws, saw sets, assorted corkscrews.
Tab!- knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Ch -st locks, barrel holts, try pans, anvils.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop iron, assorted Iron, screw wool press,
Osrlen roll.-rs. Iron ftl I gsts, hsnd gates,
Burni sheil bits, sail needles.
Pump tacks, electro-plated ware, forks, spoons.
Anchors nad Chains,
Bottled ale (a first rate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Tom, hock, crahupple cider, sherry wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, bridles, beltf, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickling salt, St. I'bes packingsalt. pipes;
HIhcw. vellnw and ereen paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnabunr, strong wi.le bagsing, wool bags;
Blacksmith's ca', carriage anil other vnrninhes.
Yellow napjfc-s, table sets, chamber sets, tea sets bowls, asstd;
Pinner plates, sonp plates, 6 inch plates, flat dishes, mup;
Metal covered juss and pitchers, etc.. etc.
9-2-tt ROBERT C. JAXI0X.
P.Y THE " ELIZA & ELLA."
B. W. FIEM
RECEIVED AN' INVOICE OF FIRST
quality FIREWORKS frm the celebrated manufacturers,
Hovet ft Co., of Boston.
Datterie of Mine,
Batteries of Candles,
Mines on Strips,
Shells on Strips,
Wheels, Col'd Centers,
Rockets, and .
Names of Prominent Persons.
TIN AND COPPER SMITH,
IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALLKINDS
of work in his hue, pmmptly, cheaply and neatly.
!ET Ship" work executed at the shortest notice, aud satisfac
tion guaranteed. 92-tim-
POLTXESIA ENCAMPMEXT. NO. I-V"-di
r the jurisdiction ot the R. W. O. Loitge of the t nited
States. The regular meetings of this Encampment are held on
.t. , anH 3,1 Fridiivevenincs of each month. Resident and
aiii..' miivn are resnectfull v invitifd to attend. Per order
Honolulu, March 1, 1868. wO-tf
PER " FANNY MAJOR
ATLASES PATENT LEATHEIt CLOVE TOP
J Congress Uaiters;
Cases patent leather drab top Congress gaiters;
Cases Oxford ties;
Cases women's enameled boots;
Cases women's fancy buskins;
Cases children's foxed fancy boots.
89-tf Just received and for sale by
C. A. ft II. F. POOR
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, Sec.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, "BRUCH.
Foucher ft Co.:" pale sherry, hock, clarets of different
brands. French liqueurs, (assorted.) Swiss absynthe. Hamburgh
bitters, fruit svrups, (ai-sorted.) cherry cordials, raspberry vin
eear. ln. real H 'Hands, dark aud pale brandy, schnapps, pale
ale. For sale by , 186-tf
KRL'LL ft MOLL.
ra it if:
THE CHILIAN BARK
Ml Alexaiulro Oarrigos," consisting of
Iwna Mram . ma la.
L. n. A NTH OX.
" Or to J. C. SHACLDLNO.
JENNY LIND CAKES AND WATER
California Cheese, etc, etc, etc.
8i-tf Just received and for sale by C. A. ft H. F. POOR.
COMPETITION' AXI REDUCTION IN PRICES
V V helnir the order of the day. I would say to all iiersons 1
eeivinit Milk from '-Puunul Uniry, that they will be served at
all tim-s with Pure Milk at the very lowest prie s.
87tf JOHN HARRIS, Agent.
A SCPERIOK LOT OF BOARDS and CLAP-
JMk. BOARDS, far sale by
87-tf C. n. LEWERS.
Half boxca Raisins,
For sale by
T. M085MAN ft SON.
F WELL MADE BOOTS AND SHOES
W tor Children, for sale at
80-tf - - Vo HOLT ft HEUCK'3.
AND FOR SALE BV
T. jtfOSS3IAN ft SON.
al aM d f f TO BE LENT on mortgage of real
HrrxFF estate, at moderate interest, in sums to
suit borrowers. Apply to
Honolulu, Dec 23, 1857.
PORTER AND CHAMPAGNE GLASSES,
of-rarious styles, all fine cut glass. Tumblers and Gob
leis do. For sale by . -
89-tf Vox HOLT A HECCK.
IRON BEDSTEADS, single, double, and chifjren's;
iSugar Mills, Copying; Presses, Coffin Furniture, Brassware
Chests of Toots, Door Scrapers ftc. ftc, for sale by
Jyl 1-tf ROBERT C JANION.
A BELL BUOT HAS BEEN'
JMl 15 fathoms water, from which the Spar Buoy at the en
trance of the channel bears N.W.
H. J. H. HOLDS WORTH,
(91-tf) Harbor Master.
Honolulu, March 19, 1858.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE
ENUINE LUBIN'S EXTRACTS For sale by
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
ENUINE FARINA COLOGNE WATER
For sale by lai-tfj E. HOFFMANN.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE!
GERMAN RAT POISON For sale by '
91-tf E. HOFFMANN.
mTJTHITE LEAD, 5 IT. KEGS,
t HAS. BREWER 2s.
OAK BOATS, lO, 11, 12. 13 ft U fL, . .
For sale by
61-tf - - CHAS. BREWER, 2.
OLLS WIRE FENCING, ' J
, .. For sale by -
l-f - CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FORT AXD MERCHANT STREETS,
WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
XlECErVED PER A NT ILL A,
XL Bremen, and for sale by the undersigned -.
Bales fancy prints
do mourning do .
do of Madapolams
do of superior shirting
do printed jaconets
do Victoria lawn
da Jaconets mull muslin
do fcwtsa muslin and robes
do book muslin
do bishop's lawn
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill
do do handkerchiefs
do cambric do
do lawn do
Bales emb. cambric handkfa.
do . table linen
linen tape, do thread
Water's best qusi. S-cord
sup. white flannel
ptd. woolen tabkoTer
tatetas, oiled silk
wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
ladies' veils, asstd quaL
ntacK qui us
scarlet and blue blanket
W hite and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars.
Bracelets, coifurea, kid gloves, ca assorted silk .
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockiiurs. do socks
Children's socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirtd
iMniea rrning hats (great variety), Amazonia hats
Children' hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety
English silk umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
ery superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paper and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd Bacons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pants
Large assortment of half woolen pauta
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, white pique do
Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jacket and pants
ouanei. ana oiue serge snirts, wtnte cotton ao
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unblecched cotton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fai.cy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirts, common felt hats, superior felt do
I'alm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk susienders
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
Englinh saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
SilveHd bits, stirrups and spars, riding whi)s
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boot
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, ljiiir do, lamp do, pocket books
Water bottles (stone), room paier and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
Table knives nnd forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors aud Jack knives, small chains, hooka and eyes
Rasps aud files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, locks, spunges. Ivory combs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle coin lis
Pearl butious, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisors
Ladies' pen and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
InkHtands,mntch boxes, plated baske' s, ftc
Wax topers, P.ritannia metal, tea and coffee pot
Casks hollow ware
For sole by
II. HACKFELD & CO.
To the Owarrs, aal Peraonn interested la
Uhaloships iu the Pacific Ocean.!
Orrtct or mit Panama Rail-Road Comfaut,
Nkw York, July 20. 1857. i
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
jKJiS Informing those interested in the Whaling busi- j
333J3:i ness, of the advantages offered by the Railroad I
amss the Isthmus of Panama, for the shipment of
mi trom inn racinc to tne t ntteit states, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to Panama.
The Railroad has been in repular and successful operation for
more than two years, and its rapacity for the transpnRiion of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, ftc.
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
th-ir oil from Panama to New York durinp the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be reiiuired for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 460 feet lone, has.
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freieht
Cars are run to receive carjroes from liphters or vessels lying
alonmide, and deliver the same alongside of vessels at Aspin
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tons can He at the Pier with
safety, (rounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and- from Asplnwall are fast-saiHmr brics. be
loninir to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company is pre
parer! to receive on at Kanama and neliver it in New York,
nnder tbronxh Bill f Lading at , the rate of seven
cents per trallnn, if received at the Pier, and t-icht cents per gal
lon if received in the harbor from ship's tackles, chareinr for
tlie capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every exiense from Panama to New York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent J
of the Panama Rail-Rood Comfiany, Insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipiier.
The vessels of the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Asplnwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days.' The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus Is
four hours. Oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed In covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will he taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes have already been conveyed to New York with
out the sliL'htest loss.
Oil or other goods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Rail -Road Company, or to AY illiam
Nelson. Commercial Agent of the Company at Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Hono
lulu, Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOY, Secretary
Frederic L. Hasks,
Agent Panama R. R. Co., Honolulu 8. 1. M-12m
HE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
leave the kingdom, offers for sale the premises now occu
pied by himself, known as the "Commercial IItel. I
including the Stables adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful con
ducting of the hotel husipess, consisting of one superior Billiard
Table, in first rate order, bar nxtares, etc
The Leane ef the Lot on the corner of Nunanu and
Ben-tarda streets, known as the " Circus Lot," and the Lease of
the MNauanu Baths."
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22, 1SS8. 95-tf
imjOMEX'S GAITERS, BUSKINS, SHOES;
t:orded l.lnen fantst
Fancy do do;
Just received per Yankee, and for sale by
95-tf C. A. k H. F. POOR.
ALL PERSONS HAVING DEMANDS
against me, will please present them for settlement imme
diately t and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts will ce lea with an attorney tor collection.
(Cr The suiis.Tiber hereby gives notice that be wtd pay no
debts ooutractcd without bis written order.
Honolulu, April 20, 1858, 95-tf
UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
p pointed Attorney in Fact and Age t for L. H. ANTUON, i
Esq., during his absence from the Hawaiian Islands, begs to
intimate to all persons having claims agaiust him, that he will
be prepared to settle and liquidate the same until the first of
June next, after which all the books will be forwarded to Eu
rope. The undersigned also requests all parties indebted to Mr.
L. II. Anthon, to pay these amounts to him.
Honolulu, April 11, 1853. 91-tf THE0D. C. HECCK.
, "E CLAMPS US V."!
mTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 Mystic Emblem of the Ancient and Honorable Order of I
"EC. V." has been receiveo; pernaric lanicee, ana tue unacr- i
signed has been duly appointed O. D. E C. V., for the purpose
of forming a branch of the G. M. C. in Honolulu. Resident and i
transient brothers will please report themselves on or bcfire the j
2-1 W. of the 4th D. E C. Y.. so as to lie invested with the E. of I
our A. and H. Order. E. J. SMITH. King street.
95-tf M. W. D. O. E C. v., of Honolulu. 11. L
ALL' PERSONS who may bare any claim on the
Estate of the late Ahiu, Chinaman, late resident of HUo,
Island of Hawaii. Hawaiian Islands, deceased, . intestate, are
hereby notified to present their claim to the undersigned, for
sett ement, on or before the 9th of June, 1868, or be barred for
ever ; and all persons who are indebted to the said Estate are
hereby required to liquidate the same on or before the above-
mentioneu date.' : , , .
IJL1SJ. rAVUS, ...
Administrator of the Estate of Ahiu.
Hilo, Hawaii. Dec 9, 1857. , 77-m
ITillE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Parehased
M. the premises of Mr. J. VOX, beg leave to give notice that
he will enter therein on January 1st, 1353, and continue the
business as heretofore, and respectfully solicits a continuance f I
the patronage ao liberally bestowed upon bis pre-tecessors. -
N. B The balance of Dry Goods at his old stand in Hotel
street, Belling off cheap. 76
nriHE UNDERSIGNED, being about to leave this
JL kingdom for a few months, has appointed Thomas
Everett. Esq., as his Agent, by special Power of Attorney ; and
ail persons are hereby forbidden to trust any other one in nay
name, either man, woman r child.
LtdhUnm, Dec 8, 185T. 77-ly
AC DE COLOGNE, in cham. bottles, do Hrht-cor
M2J ner bottles. Lublns extract, Florida Water, Lavender
er bottlea, Lu
Water, Fomatum, etc., etc
For sale by
-g CA fJTJLS MESS TJSJaFs
M. fv vr eo,ouu im ruot urean
For sale by
B SITTER, to
OAJX, ASH A.NI IIICstORV PLANS. F3
aJsby fXD H. HACKIaXD k CO. I
3NT Q !
Ships of Good
OBTAIN . ... Z
Retnrii Cargoes, or AdTfiZtrjecrs
O XX V. XI. T X3 XT 0 ,
.; TO LOAD WITH
OVAXO AT JAHVISISIsAffD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
raw NEW YORK OR ANV OTHER PORT
In the United States, that may be agreed on. Moorlnga
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reaeh at ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to thi nnder- I
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JUDD,
V Agent of the AMERICAN GUANO C0MPANT.
Honolulu, March 1, 1858. 8S-tf . , , ?
SAND XT I On ICX.AUD
n a WT-mrm3
JT AA ACi Jl - .
ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE V. 8.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf;
Boston, In the months of March. May ar Jaae,
September aa4 Deeeabrr,
For further particulars see special advertisements in daily
papers oi uie aoove monuis.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Offlea,
07 Commercial Wharf, Boston,
or to B. W FIELD,
Honolulu, S. L
B. W. Field, - . . - Honolulu.
Sutton A Co. - - . . . New York.
' Cook A Enow,
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
BY THE REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let.
ters and valuable parcels, to all parta of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE.
The A (rents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to Mit
on Wells, Fargo It Co- San Francisco or New York. Also
W ells, Fargo & Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes.
wnicn pass tree over the California and coast routes, ana over
the Atlantic route from San Franc 'Co to New York-
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. R. COADY A CO- Agent
Freeman & Go's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
X Xs xt. xs m S ",' .
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
JZffiVZt Uaitcd States, Saaih Aaaeriea,
Ju Canada a ad Earspr,
COS&kCTISU IM SKW TOBK WITH THf AMKRlCASt-aXBOrKAS XX-
rsEsa coMPAsr to zraoPE.
GOLD DUST. COIN AND BULLION FOR-I
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the beat
insurance Companies In Mew lork and London. .
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama aud Nicaragua, in charge of Special Messengers.
A Special Express is made up by us for Panama, Callao. Lima.
Valparaiso, and all the principal ports of the west coast of Sooth
America, which Is promptly forwarded by the English Steamers
leaving Panama on the 14th and 29th of each month.
XT Collections made, and all orders pertaining to a legitimate
forwarding and express Business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - . Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco. I
03-tf ... . -
THE PROPRIETOR OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT
HAVING IN USE AN
Adams' Imperial Power Press,
. AND A
RUGGLES' CARD PRESS,
AND HAYING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
'rintlxig 2YX ater ll,j
The Best Assortment of Plain and Fancy
Cards erer imported
IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE
BOOK, JOB & FANCY
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
Will be executed promptly, in a superior manner, and at reason
rr Orders, by mail or otherwise, will receire immediate atten
XT Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oahu. 7-tf
lECCIVED BV LATE ARRIVALS
60 reams white rul-d c.ip pa-r,
60 reams blu-s unruHl cap puper.
20 ream white and bin- ruled paper. '
160 reams a!rted iiuUities blue rul-d letter paper,
100 reams assorted qualities white ruled letter paper, -
60 reams white, blue and plain note paper.
125 reams various qualities th:ji French, English and Amer
lean letter and flatcap papers.
ror sale cheap oy
63-tf II. M. WHITKET.
CAHPEIITER AUH BUIZ.D23ZL,
Fort street, opposite the store of Samsing A Co.
A LL WORK in his line done with dispatch and at the
owest possible rates.
Jobbing done at short notice,
XT Call and see.
SILKS! SILKS! SILKS!
rUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
i 0. CLAIIK
French fifrured and shot silks;
Persian silks, assorted colors;
A variety of black silk mantillas. '
Old copper and composition, and
Wanted by the subscriber, lor which the highest cash price
will be allowed by
45tr tJiias. vunts, zn.
RICE! RICE! RICE!
ANILA AND JAPAN R I C E For "sale by
94-tf B. W. WIKUV.
CORDAGE For sal I
B. W. FICLD.
fiXTRA FINE TEAS For sale by '
4 94tf . B. W. FIELD.
B. W. FIELD.
WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS
rTOR SALE BY
H. M. WHTTWET.
RUNNING FT. OF 4Kb WORK
ed Pine Gutter for sale, ez Ettca a Mia."
. C. H. LKWEXA
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OUPERIOR CALFSKIN SKWKD BOOTS
and SHOES, tor sale by
jjfl-tf . TOW HOLt m HBtVa.
TS HEREBY GIVEN, that I bar appointed Mr.
r. a. uei uu.i as nr azciiu una ram om ihj . 1
during my absence from the Islands. . ' ' .
Honolulu, Blarch W, la. w-w . , i. a. wt.roa.
W IDIEV AND GENT'S E1TUA TT. .
'. I A white Kid Gloves white and drab annethir Ijl ..-a
JKiilinfr Ulores, for sale by ... .v -.
EAVr AND LIGHT
ttt Canraa, aaagrtaa Aoa. ,.
BY A P. EVEBETT-
MONDAT, MAT t4,at IS O'Claeh N
' Commencing at the went corner of land of Job lLlnrdsriaj
on the mad to Punabou, sad runtime aorta 48aaT east,
eaaina, 4i feet, to east corner of this land, along hat aT III
thence north 0 vest. 1 chain, 64 I-1S hat, to oaat war
of Kapaakea's land tbenea south M west, chelae, M fcwt,
to WMSth comer of Kspaakea's, adjoining road I thinss
6 east, chains, 5 8-12 feet, to placs of comnuiui aisM nnn
talning 1 acre, S chains, 4 fathom, A feet, being Kahana He.
Foot Horses and 8Irls.
Store Shi? 4Mta Lea."
TUESDAV JUNE U mt 19 0Ctoak SMIt
At Custom Hocse Wharf, wm he aold tha
Store Skip .
A LaoChains and Anchors.
Large Sale cf EzUsi Cecij d
IMMEDIATELY AFTER ARRIVAL OP
BARK MELITA" FROM COCTCII!
Tim tmat ofJana.) the nndersiciMd vQl tall a
Eawllah Oaada, tatoctod axpreasly for tWs
istlng in part of
aleof WIMnta, assorted styleri ;
Uoe Berg BbJrtai
blue Berge Pantat
" Drawers, Saxony Wool 6htrUi
Case of Nack Cobargti
Frsoch Merinos, aaaortod colon; -'
Fancy SUk Yeiw. rearing Caseat ..-
Jmiution Shell Combs, Silk Hdkfs
Black Silk, Silk Neck Tieaj . -
Colored Woolen Shirts, Horse Cloths)
Invoice of Superior CLOTHING, ram sad TW
' . Hosieryt .
Men's, Woaaens and Chndrm's Haan,
., Aa .- Ac a. '. .'
A. P. XVXRXTT.A
BY JOHN F. COLTJUnN.
Coltage aod Lot of Lasd. ?
THIS day,:: .
THURSDAY. MAY SO, AT ft O'CLOCK. 11
On the premises, will be sold that very deairahte
..Cottage and Lot of Land,
mow occupied by Manuel Joseph, on Hotel street, directly n
posite the residence of Captain B. F. 8now. Title fee slmpk.
Terms at sale. . .,.. r ,
Prints, Ulcslins, Drills, Chil is.
FRIDAY, MAY SI AT lO O'CLOCK, A.XL, .
At Salearoom, wOl be aold
Turkey red and yellow prints, canary prints, bares seaHa,
Mosquito netting, brown drill, printed moilln.
Black and colored thread, nails, brown soap, sweet oil, alaret,
ManiU cheroota, matting, China hats, ate., etc. ;
EVElO SALE. .
Books ! Dooks ! Cooks ! ;
SATURDAY, MAY SS,l T O'Cloek; P. M
At Salearoom, wlU be aold a choke eoUecttoa of Standari,
Theological and Miaceilaneooa Wojks.
' Snndriei. ' '
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OFFERS FOR SALE LOW, TO CLOS3
consignments, the following MJUaCHABOIU, Ttsi
Cases Spirits Turpentine, in tins) '
Cases English boiled oil 1 -
Kegs of pure No. 1 extra white leadi
Zinc paint, ground in oilt
Cases of tins of black paint j kegs of oe,
. Caaes of assorted crackers, in Una; . . , s
Barrels of cider vinegar ; -,-
Barrels of butter, in kegs;
. . Cases nf Dixon's tobacco; '
. Coils whale line, hemp and Manila rope .
Oars, assorted lengths;
Steering oars, aasorted length.
Cases pie served meats In tins; Casei preserved elaaas ia UsM
Caaea preserved oysters in Una; Cases pr'd mlnoe BMat intlMl
Barrels Carolina rice; Barrels vinegmrt '
Tierces hams; Cases alooboi in tinai
Cases of Women's Shoes, nadve patternt . . .
Anchors and chains;
Rigging and pomp leather; -
Kegs white beans; cheese in tins;
. C-ooking stoves and cam booses; .
Caaes wood anl cane seat chairs;
Tins of potty;
Cases of hair, paint and shoe brashes ;
: Whitewash brushes;
, Bbisand puncheons pure Jaasaic roa;
, Basket of ehamparne;
Cask of Jeffries' Edinburgh At in atOM M
T Cask of Doff Gordon Bherryi
Octave of J. A F. Martell's brandyi
Half bblsof CaUfornlaherrinoi
Cases of gherkin and mixed pickles, in halfgalL Jar
Case of codftsh. In tin canes of fresh lobster, la Un
Case of English Jams, pi fruits and pickle; .
Case of boOuo chip tobacco; boxes champagne cider.
Dy the Aent ilcdsons Caj Ccnpsj.
TINMAN'S IRON WIRE, aasorted sises ;
Fencing wir linseed oil, turpentine, white lead ; r 1
Black paint, green paint. Stockhotm tar, pitch
Orocenes, perfumery, stationery ;
Sheathing copper, aasorted sises ; composition nail, 4 I
Anchor and chains, ait turn Uwest iraet m
Iron, assorted sixes hair brushes, blue clota cap ;
. Aasorted clothing, spunyarn, rmtiin ;
Assorted cordage, tarred ana Manila ;
Bttltoo cheese, hams, Byass' ale. sherry, port, bread
GonevB sauce, preserved meat and ragetihtai I
Abernethy' biscuits, Lemann's bjscoits.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLE3Y,
including fitting ami trimmings of all description tor carriage
EARTHENWARE AND GLA88WAIXC.
Canvas of all Sot-, huckabacks, nyi and ho
Green, blue and whita blanket ;
Long Cloth, various qualities ; madapcUma ;
Brown cotton, Mae prints, mourning print, muslin .
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kind, cotton drta '
Linen drill, cambric handerchiefs, silk do, book bmmBb
. Victoria lawn, Jaeonei, black Orleans, do Alpaeeai . .
Black princetta, do lasting, silk onbrellaa, cotton
Alpacca nmbrelhta, ribbon, Mack lac tnltta, black. tQ(
White silk, baren scarfs, broad cktb t
Bilk mantles, new styles ; oords aad tassats ;
WooHn plaid tor children' dresses ; towel, lave
White resting I green, white, blae and
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege 1
Gold lace, i to 1J Inch ; ootnbs, ke.. Ac., Ac
CANDLES, In great TartwCy.
EX " GOLDEN STATE.
THE ENTIRE CARGO OF LUMCSCt C7
cently arrived by the above sehoonat froai Htoaholjl) m
Visting in part as follows 1 ;
63 HI 11 nch Northwest Doard;
5 M 1-Inch Redwood. do; ,
37 M Scantlin, assorted sises "
88-tf . Foraaleby GEO. O. ZSSWX
- notice. ' rr.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Er T A
pointed Guardians of the persoo and l,llllj,r -tlX. .It
C. LL'Js ALILO, son of Charles Kanaina.r Inaohjla. i y
give notice to all persons indebted to hint to stake koa ay-'-payment
; and all persons having claims against the a- , ft
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. Alr i, a- .
noluiu. , - J. W. AO . i , ; ,.
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Feb. 12, WS. 7-f C. K AH AU A '
THE UNDERSIGNED, GUAXXOIAr-
the person and property of WILLTAH 0. fAoAX
sou of v. Kanaina, of Honolahs, horeby forMd ary f a arst.
ng me amta vt . v lAnaiuo, a trom uua oata we 1 r-y a
debts contracted by him. J. W. 11 . -
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Feb. 33. 1MB. 87f ' Q. CAA'AJCA.
CC BRAND'S WnALINO CUJC3, ran. f
C. C. Brand Bomb lane. Ho. I; . ' ,
Do do do do No. 2. ' ' "
Greener Whaling Guns; ",
Do Lancee and Harpoon.
-tf . Foraaleby A. 9. CARTwZTCrri -
administratoii's iTOTics, ; ;:
THE UNDERSIGNED HA VI19G I
sp pointed Administrator, with the will n I. af 1
late of Stephen Reynolds, late of Boootata, iiiieasnl. y r-"
gives notice to all persoo havmr
to prwent the sam t and all ueiaea
hereby requested to make jtptnediate nainxst.
JAMU w. a;
; Hoeoluln, Janaary 23, UU. tt-tf AdaC
T7X FANNY MAJOR A Mr
, Blae flannel shirts, asaflat
;, White shirts, mocy shirta,
Gray flaaact shirt, Panaat
. t jfaracaibo bat, aatttB pasti,
. Linen pacta, JfarseUlsa panta,
.. Cottonade pacta, baadkercbitJk
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