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The node ijmed consistent with hi doty to the King, under
Constitution and the Laws, with his prrHMt of the 11th
,ar 't, lWV. enlre1 Ml ine jou uu ui uuu , -iw
rort and its appvndis, as Secretary of War dissents from
. Report OI U1C JSajomy, iirvwra vjrc rpltiiM4uii u.
jipv altozether inadequate for the support tor nine month
men military as the protection of life, property and industry
Ilorsa or Nomi.cs, June 28, 1HM.
The report was adopted, the bill rend a second and
Jiird time, and finally passed. Adjourned.
Moxdat, Jane 28.
Prince L. Katnehameha communicated to the No
es the intelligence of the decease of lion. J. Kaeo, a
ember of this Honse. The Prince also moved a
ries of resolutions condoling with the family of the
ceased, and voting that the JTouse go into mourn-
far one month. Adopted.
The Act transferring the Bureau of Public Works
the Department of the Interior had a third read
Z and was passed-
On motion of Mr. Wjllie, the secretary was in-
ruoted to draw on the Trea-ury for a sum sufficient
meet the expen.es of the House, besides $30 each.
vellnsr expends el the porernors.
A communicat-'- was received from the Ilouse of
.presentativ-j informing that they were ready to
Ijourn at 12 o'clock, noon, to meet again on the
t Monday in December next, and inviting this
oae to concur.
On motion of Prince Katnehameha. the action of
ie Representatives was concurred in, and the House
HOCSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Wedxeudat, J one 23.
The Relations of the Chamber of Commerce of
Honolulu, having been translated, were referred to
e Committee on Commerce.
From Kohala, Hawaii, that that district may be
vided into two. Referred.
From Hanalei, Kauai, to reduce all government
!arie. Referred. -.
From Waialua, Oahn, to alter the manner of pay
Z constables. Referre.1.
BrroRT or committees.
Mr. Low, from the Committee on Internal Improve
ments, reported in ftvor of a change in the Honolulu
iarket law, so as to allow gardeners and others to
kwk their productions. Adopted and ordered to be
f Mr. M.inini. from the Committee on Military,
1 'ported in fivor of sundry appropriations for that
rrice. Referred to the committee of the whole on
ie appropriation bilL
Mr. Low, from the Committee on Lands and Inter-
(rrt Improvements reported in favor of laying sundry
jtitions from Koolaupoko on the table. Adopted.
Mr. Kahai, from the committee on the subject of
lil routes, recommended its reference to the Joint
i mmittee. Adopted.
The speaker (Mr. Manini in the chair) on leave,
ad an act to transfer the Department of Public
orlss from the office of the Minister of War to that
Minister of the Interior.
Dr. J add was in favor of the bill, but made some
irks in explanation of the history of the change
ich had formerly been made. It was done for the
;rpose of taking the Department of War from Mr.
'oung who was an unskillful man, to Mr. Wyllie,
ho was a skillful man.
Mr. Robertson gave a short history of the Depart-
ent of War from its orzaniiation, and of the attempt
i-i - io:c a! '. -1
.lien was ma'ie in itwo, to secure me rrtn. vi a
;vfl engineer and military instructor.
The Rules were suspended and the bill passed a
OBDER OF THE DAT.
The House went into committee of the whole on the
Cpon the item appropriating SG0O0 for the sup- j
Irt of the Polynesian office, Dr. Jud ! said, that he
lerstood from the report of the Ministers that the
flynetian office was a losing concern, and he hoped
r.t if it was so, members would be prepared to vote
r its difposal at the next session. The item paswL
rpon the item of S100 for medicines for gratuitous
tribution, Dr. Judl said that this matter had bet
be discussed fully. He had heard that these
Micines were not applied gratuitously always by
e parties entrusted with them. It appearing
m the Report of the Board of Education that the
I troprUtions f jjWunrr a0t expended,
"J f vr-'wa& pa.-xL
J ylessrs. Dowsett, Kalama and Austin were appoint
I I by the speaker a committee on engrossed Lilli.
Tiicbsdat, June 24.
iFrora the Trustees of the Honolulu Rifles, setting
Vth that the building at present occupied by them
an armory is entirely unsuited for that purpose;
kying that some measures may be taken to provide
p with a better, and suggesting the room OTer the
kiket House for that purpose. Referred to the
urn it tee on Military.
From Puna, Hawaii, that government officers be
kid strictly responsible for all monies place in their
irge. It being irregularly written, withdrawn.
FromgFIonolulu, (signed by 20 foreigners) that
nee houses may be licensed; that all similar pur
ls of pleasure may he tolerated, in accordance with
'ir rights under the constitution.
On a nwion to refer. Dr. J add wished to discuss
;s subject now. Some persons wanted the liberty
dance houses because it was their right under the
institution to do as they chose. In his opinion,
V-e often quoted rights consisted mainly in the
L-ht to do well, not to do evil. What was the dance
ase was it a good thing? Or did it lead to sin
1 h-une and death, and worse than heathenism?
i his opinion it was the very thing to degrade this
hple into the condition in which they were at the
bie of Kaluiopuu.
Mr. Kamaipelekane moved to lay the petition on
Kalama oppose! the motion to table. He
ted to get an expression of the opinion of the
louse on the subject of Hulas of all kind, tlinf tmd
late become so popular among the people, leading
era into habits of idleness. The rwtirWm i.-
From Waialua, Oahu, against R. Moffitt, Esq., the
rcuit Judge on that side of the island, ISO names.
pying for his dismissal, inasmuch as he was a man
Sio wa3 always angry and several other complaints
a like character. Withdrawn as irregular.
KXPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Mr. Richardson, from Committee on Agriculture.
kwnroended that the Joint Committee be instructed
consider the subject of an enactment for the pro-
fctioo of stock raisers. Adopted.
Mr. Sheldon, from the Committee on Elections
i ?Prte,l adversely to the petition from Kohala. ask-
l.g that that district may be divided into two, for
purposes. Adopted and ordered to be
Mr. Low, on leave, read a bill to levy a tax on all
ssengers leaving this kingdom; 4 for all cabin
1 52 for all steerage passengers. Ordered for a
od reading to-morrow.
Resolution by Mr. Kaumaea, that the Committee on
nance be instructed to report on the subject of tbe
ney stolen rrom the Custom House last March.
Ir. Richardson, stated that he had been cited f
I Committee on Elections to appear before them in
wer to a petition against him, and he asked the
ise that one of tbe members for Lahaina, (Mr.
umaea) be excluded from sitting on his case, for
Ir. Kaumaea assenting, Mr. Chamberlain was
poranly appointed in his place oa the committee.
O&DEm Of THE DAT.
a committee of the whole, the House resumed the
aeration of the provisional appropriation bill.
. aer a two boars discussion, was passed.
"7 m, ana ordered to be engrossed for a third
mesaag was received from th NV.M :
LhPV h 1 a i.i . ...
' wwurrw in ue oui transferring the
pa of, Public Work to the Department of the
M. Low. nvfi xrtiea of
iT- Low, g,
an act which be intends
to bring in to-morrow for the more effectual punish
men t of cattle thieves. Adjourned.
Friday, June 2o.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Mr. Hollister, from the Committee on Elections, re
ported adversely to the petition from Wailuku against
Hon. John Richardson, as in their opinion it bore,
upon its face evidence of fraud in its production.
After a debate, in which' Mr. Kaumaea objected to
tbe report, it was adopted.
Mr. Richardson asked permission to copy the peti
tion. It was got up by Mr. Kamakau in opposition
to himself, and contained charges which he desired to
Mr. Sheldon moved that the member be furnished
with a copy of the petition, certified by the Clerk of
the House. Adopted.
Mr. Hitchcock, from the Committee on Printing
the Rules, reported that they had accomplished their
work. The cost was $2 2o per page, amounting to
OBDER OF THE DAT.
The rules were suspended, and the appropriation
bill was read a third time and passed.
The Act to levy a tax on passengers leaving the
king-lorn, was taken up on second reading and con
sidered in Committee of the Whole.
Mr. Hollister said that these temporary measnres
were all wrong. What was wanted here, and what
we must come to eventually, in order to provide pro
perly fr the necessities of the government and carry
on the improvements needed, was a property tax.
Mr. Austin opposed the passage of the bill as being
opposed to sound policy. But little revenue would
be raised in that way. He agreed with the member
who last spoke, that the only just and equitable mode
of raising a revenue, was by a property tax.
Messrs. Robertson, Kahai and Kaumaea favored
the bill, and Messrs. Chamberlain, Sheldon, Hitch
cock and Dowsett opposed it. After an hour's de
bate, the bill was referred to the Joint Committee on
the Revised Statutes. Adjourned.
Satcbdat, June 26.
From Hanalei, Kauai, for sundry alterations in
court practice ; that all woods on konohikis' lands
be free ; for an act against married people forsaking
each other. Referred.
From liana, Maui, to double the tax on animals.
From Puna, Hawaii, to free konohiki's kula lands
for the cattle of their tenants. Referred.
BEPORTS OP COMMITTEES.
Mr. Manini, from the Military Committee, reported
in the matter of the petition of the Honolulu Rifles
for an Armory. They had received a letter from
Prince Kamehameha, stating that the Government
had the subject under consideration. The report was
adopted, and the chairman of the committee instruct
ed to report to the petitioners.
Mr. Chamberlain, from the Committee on the Ju
diciary, reported in favor of referring to the Joint
Committee on the Revised Statutes, the petitions on
the subject of married people forsaking each other.
Adopted, and ordered to be printed.
Dr. Juil l, from the Committee on Commerce, re
ported on the five resolutions of the Chamber of Com
merce. The Keport was receiveu ana omered lor
Committee of the whole to-day. The following is the
The Cemmittre on Commerce, to whom was referred five Reso
lutions of the Honolulu Chamber ol Commerce, presented to this
House by the Executive Committee, lie leave to Keport :
That the Treaty of 1846 is now in force, which in the 6th Ar
ticle provides that this article limits the owtr of the Legisla
ture. No addition of consequence can be made to the duties
charjred at the Custom House while it is in existence. It wa
therefore in the hope of its abrogation tiiat in IS64 the then Miu-i-ter
of Finance proposed the Tariff Law iu question, enU-rtain-
inir opinions which the Chamber of Commerce do not adopt, they
twins satisfied with the present law, even if the new trench
Treaty be ratified. They thiuk that any alteration would be in
expedient and object, in any event, to a dt-cbiration by the Gov
ernment that the said Tariff go into operation.
It would appear that tbe provision in the Tariff Law for its
froing into effV-ct twelve months after its publication, was made
unon a eoritiuirencv which diil iiot hanrten durini? those twelve
months, and there beinfr no further provision for its taking ef- j
feet at any other time, the law must remain inoperative until
amended or re-enacted by the Legislature, even if the 6th Arti
cle were abrogated.
The Hoard of Commerce appear to be ppprehensive that upon
the ratification of the new Treaty with France, some necessity
exists either in the provi-ion f the Treaty itself or the iHlicy
of the prest nt Ministry, to call into action this Tariff, which has
been the sulj-ct of so mu' h r -iumt nt ; but your Committee lie
lieve that the untiring labors of the Minister of Foreign Relations
during a period of ten years, must have resulted in a perfect re
moval of all restrictions in repard to the hiwt of legislation
which llm;rs to this kingdom as nn independent state, or that
if. on examination, any such restriction appears, tin y have the
fullest confidence that the King, leuriiig in mind the 79th Arti
cle til toe niisi!iuuni, win ucunr &o r.uu il.
H e have further confidence in His Majesty that he will so or
ganize his CVibinet that it will 1 ecome an efficient body, capable
of initiating a foreign and financial policy that would receive the
saiftction of the Representatives of the people, ndvancc the inter
ests of commerce, and promote the general welfare.
Respectfully submitted :
O. I Jl'M. J. I. ftOVVfKTT.
8. LAIXAHOLO. J- H. KAAL WAEl'AA.
A communication was received from the Nobles
transmitting tho bill of appropriations as amended by .
them adding some S3fV.i to the appropriations for
the military, and $-3:202 to that for dredging the har
bor of Honolulu. Ordered for Committee of the
By Mr. Kama!pelek ine. that the Revised Statutes
l-e nrinted in the II ie Il.nraii and the I'ulunesian
newspapers. Amended, that the alterations oulj be
printed, and passcL
Mr. Iiw, on leave, introduced an act to i-ender
eattle stealing punishable as larceny in the third de
gree. The rule were suspended, and the bill read a
second time and ordered for Monday.
ORDFR OP THE DAT.
The House went int Committee on the amend
ments to the appropriation bill as made by the No
bles. The amendments were adopted and the com
The Committee on Accounts were empowered to
draw fir expenses of the House to date.
The House then took up the Report of the Commit
tee on Commerce, in Committee of the Whole. After
a short discussion, the Report was received and laid
on the table.
On leave, Mr. Austin read a Resolution that the
House adjourn on Mpndny next, at 12 o'clock, to
meet ajain on the first Monday in December next,
and that the House of Nobles be invited to join
On motion of Mr. Kaumaea, amended to Wednes
Mr. Sheldon called for the yeas and nnys, which
resulted in the loss of the amendment of Mr. Kau
maea. Mr. Kalama moved to insert Tuesday, which was
lsr .t htr !. enafmcr vr.tP of the Sneaker, and the !
' J ' - ' --t-t r
original resolution was adopted 22 to 4. Adjourned
to 10 o'clock on Monday.
MnxDAY, June 28.
Mr. Hitchcock, the Chairman of the Committee on
Accounts, having left Honolulu, Mr. Sheldon was ap
pointed in his place.
Mr. Chamberlain, from the Committee on the Ju
diciary, made a lengthy report (which, when we
have space, we shall publish) on the subject of dance
houses and hulas.
Resolution by Mr. Kalama, that the Joint Com
mittee on the Revised Statutes be instructed to con
sider the subject of a property tax. Adopted.
It was voted, 14 to 8, that the Speaker appoint
said committee, being himself one.
The Speaker appointed the following gentlemen :
Messrs. Judd, Austin. Kalama and Kamaipelekane.
Dr. Judd asked to be excused from serving on the
committee, on the ground of pre-ocenpation. The
Speaker hoped the Doctor would reconsider his decis
ion, as he thought him the best calculated to sit on
the committee of any gentleman in the Honse. Mr.
Dowsett was appointed in the place of Dr. Judd.
Mr. Kamaipelekane also asked to be excused from
serving, as his business and place of residence was on
The Speaker appointed Mr. Sheldon in the place of
The Joint Committee on the Revised Statutes con
sists of the following gentlemen :
Nobles. Prince L. Kamehameha, Gov. Kekuana
oa, Messrs. Wyllie, PTikoi and Haalelea.
Representatives. Messrs. O. M. Robertson, J.
W. Austin, J. I. Dowsett, H. L. Sheldon, S. P. Kala
ma. The Committee on Accounts were instructed to
draw for the sum of $2380 72.
Sundry Resolutions, contemplating various altera
tions in the Statute Laws, were referred to the Joint
. A Resolution was adopted, authorizing the Joint
Committee to fill any vacancies which may occur m
The Bill for the protection of graziers was made an
order of the day for the first Tuesday in December
A message was received from the Nobles, concur
ring in the Resolution of this House adjourning the
Legislature to the first Monday in December next.
The hour of 12 havinir arrived, the House ad
WILLIAM MAXWELL, SALESMAN.
THE I'XDERSICXED H ATINO BOUGHT
outtlw interest cf Maxwell A Beatty, in tbe above es
tablishment, situated on King street, opposite J. T. Water
house's New Sun, hopes that tbe liberal patronage heretofore
bestowed may be continued, as no pains or trouble will ba
spared by the manager, Mr. Win. Maxwell, In suiting the taste
of all customers.
Attention paid to selection of Mock, to render tbe quality of
meat the best obtainable. -
Orders punctually attended to, ami delivered in any part of
the city witiiin lo miles, frea of charge.
uoaoiura. jiuv I, ma. J. I. POWSETT.
. List of Letters
Rem Aixixo is th Post Opfici, Hosolclc, Jpxb 30, 1858, hot
XT Persona calling for letters in this list, will please inquire
for " Advertised Letters."
Avery, Mary A, Sirs
AtnaJon, Charlva 2
Atherton, Charles W
Adams, Thomas V
Amidon, Charlt T
Ayles, William II
Archer, Archibald 3
A liny, Charles K
BusweU, William H
Bowser, William 2
Babbitt, Calith II
Baker, Silas G
Blodgett, John T 2
Butler, Charles H
llrowu, Robert S
Buckle, William 2
B-ooks, Captain N C
Clark, Joseph B
Chesley, Alpheui E
Callender, George K 2
Crowell, John T
Drew, Samuel W
De Cost", Anthony'C
Doran, Peter II
Dedrick, WPliam H 2
Dreyfous, Henry 6
Evans, J P 3
Fx;hler, James II 3
Famum, Charles W
Greenbag, William L
HadsMdt, Maria Mrs
Hu'hson, William S
Hockley, William S
Harris, OJ 2
Hill, E l
Kick patrick, William
King, John W
Lyuch, James C
Lumbert, John II
Munson, George R
Macomlwr, Francis B
McClintock, F B
Magnet. Charles 2
Marshall, J R
McKeevei", Fred H
SlcKilvey, William 2
Macomber, Benjamin F
Xye, William C
Neal, John D
O'Brien, Dr James
lieadle, William 3
Beck, George M '
Brown, Charles W 3
Barker, William 8 -Burites,
Brash, Mary Ann
Broy, Sophia E 3
Buck lev, James
Brown," Gilbert B
Buff, William L
Brown, Marsena P 2
B as ton, Wiuthrop
Billings, Randall 3
Chase, Henry L
Coggshall, Ella B, Miss 4
Carson, John C 3
Colson, Angeliua, Miss
Claflin, p o
Campbell, James Whiting
Chesebro, Elihu 2
Carpenter, George W 2
Pick, James 2
Dyer, David Y 4
Davis, John 2
Dearborn, Samuel F
Ethridge, John A 2
Fagan, John C
Fletcher, William D
Falkner, Geonre T
Flansburg, John W
Gimhal, Bernard Mons 2
Glaney, William M
Horloger, A D Mons
Hill, Ienietrius J
Hamilton, T E
Huntress, James 2
Hart, Phillip W
Holdriilge, Andrew J
Hatch, Benjamin F
liaskill, Fred P
Jones, John C
King, Andrew 2
King, John L
Lowen, Thomas 2
Little, Henry C
Mills, J D
Macy, Henry C 2d
Mendes, Christiano J
Miller. E V
Merrill, Constant F
Miller, II J Miss
Marin, Paul K
Nye, R 9 2
Neddies, John ,
Otis, James F
IWin rfa w .Tom
Peters, Richard, 2
Pettengill, Ephraim 3
Pierce. Charles E
Rvder. L C 2
Rye, W P
Ripner, Charles E 2
Reed, Richard A
Riley, J;imes M
! Patterson, Arthur
PowelL W J 2
Payne, George II
Pelrsou. J ohn 2
Royle, O S
Rogers, Mary W Mrs
Risely, George 2
Roberts, Ueorg W
Rowland. George S 2
Robinson, 11 G O 2
! Sullivan, Cornelius P
' Selleck, David M
' Swain, Francis B
Smith, George G 2
; Smith, Alonzo C
Stephen., L D
Sigalas. Louis Mons
"-.l - r f!
Thurston, Charles C
Voorhies, John II
Twist, John M
Turner, R B
Vanduscn, A ustin
Walker, John T
Withers. John T
Wood. W P
Watson, Edward S
Wixxibury, John S
Webster, M M
Wood, A P
Wardwrii, William D 2
nue, j.wpn h
; Whitney. Ilenjnmin D
! Watters, George W
i Whipple, Eldridge A 2
j Woodward, John
J. JACKSON, P. M.
Sale on the Island of Molokai.
Leasehold, IluildingN, Horses and Cattle,
WEDXESDAV.JCM I 4, AT 1 3 0'CL.K, M.,
At Kal uan lira, Molokni.
Will be sold the LEASEHOLD ESTATE now occupied by Mr.
S. G. Dwight, with the buildings thereon.
The lease lot contains about two acres, enclosed by a stone
wall, and much of it now under cultivation, with fruit trees,
The buildings consist of a good frame dwelling house, hath
house, cook house and other outbuildings; also a Store about 16x
25 feet, with counters, shelves and fixtures.
Also Immediately after the above
A number of valuable horses, marcs and colts, and several
milch cows and other rattle.
Also, book debts and notes belonging to an insolvent estate,
amounting to aooui jxooo. xertns casn.
I05"" C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
TxiIE UXDRRSIGNED OFFER FOR SALE
yj T7.nTTr fr TD in ITC I
YmrilOLESALG AXD RETAIL THEIR
stock of merchandise on ha ml. in order to make room for
new goods. The assortment now ofTcn d C II E A P, consists
in part or
Fine ready made clothing.
Extra line white linen shirts, undershirts.
Boots, shoes, slippers, and children's shoes,
Fine black satin, assorted colors silks.
Sup. white Jaconette, black alpneca.
White and fiimred muslin ball dresses.
Sup. Indies' and gentii' kid gloves.
Riding gloves, silk umbrellas.
Black and colored cravats, suspenders,
Table covers, etc., etc, etc
A large assortment of cut glass ware,
Wa.x matches, do in wood,
Mustard in lib bottles, sup. claret.
Parlor chairs, hat umbrella stands.
House paper and bordering.
Fine cutlery, bits, spurs, silver spring do,
Kresing paper, copying paper,
Gilt frame mirrors.
An assortment of fancy articles, etc., etc,, etc.
Honolulu.iJune 30, 1S&3. 105-3t vo HuLT & HECCK.
AT THE ROYAL II AWAIIAAGm
ri cultural Socleiy's G.inien, S j
One Thousand Young Trees I '
Of the following varieties of ACACIA : Acacia Lophanta, Aca
cia Mnllesima, Acscia Kutifolia and Acacia Melanoxylon. The
last named is the finest hedge tree. The above plauts are yet in
the seed beds, and as the varieties of Acacia are the most tender
trees to bear transplanting, it would be desirable to order them
before they are removed into the nursery grounds.
Price, 2o cents per plant. The Hedge Acacia, of which there
is but a limited number, $4 50 per dosen.
Over 200 varieties of the rarest and most beautiful Trees and
Shrubs growing. Due notice will be given before tbey are re
moved from the send beds to the Nursery, so that those who pre
fer the security of transplanting young, can avail themselves of
XT When boxes are sent, ail plants are warranted other
wise not. 105-3t II0LSTEIN.
TiibHPSO.1T & SEVILLE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
t. THE A
V- 9 are now
r Work, o
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
premises formerly occupied by M. M. Mattktw,
prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
on the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms, and nope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
AMBROTYPE Jk DAG U ERR E AN GALLERY!
ACl'EUREOTTPES, AM BROTTPES,
MJ and mCTOUKAFHii. TH. W. FROEBE,
Successor of H. Btangenwald,
THE UXDERSIGXED WILL. NOT RE
ceive Deposits In the Custom noose Vault, under existing
regulations, after this day. All articles on deposit at this date
can remain until it is eonvenieut to remove them.
Honolulu, July 1, 1868. 106-tf CoL Genl of Customs
NOTICE. THE SUBSCRIBERS TO A
PUBLIC DINNER next Monday, are rcqoartsd to meet
at the ,anui Exchange Hotel, on 8atday rvenint' July
oa, at a o"c;oci tnsroraer. loo.lt
HE W GOODS! ;
TO ARRIVE BV THE " MELITA." .
E. 0. Hall offijrs for Sale :
HARDWARE, Slc. ) DRY GOODS, fee.
Sheet sine, Hunt's axes) Ruches, fine ribbons 5 . '
Axe hatchets, shingling do; La-lies', infants', children's, '
C. 8. shovels, fpades, hoes; boys' and misses' assorted
Bakes, manure forks, bog hoes; hats;
Three-tined hay-forks; Brown and white table damask:
Tea kettles, sauce pans; Assorted table napkins;
Baled kettles, iron pots; (Assorted fruit napkins;
Nests tin trunks and pails; jWhite flannel, crash;
Pins, plated forks, with ivory Linen toweling, hackabnek;
handled knives to match: ;pat lace, black fringe;
Sewing birds, drawing pencils; Black bombazine;
India rubber hair pins; Satin ribbons, elastic do;
Fishhooks, pearl buttons; Brown and black tafeta ribbons;
Perforated board, buggy lamps; Velvet ribbons, black crape;
Assorted planes, dog collars; jSerpentine braid, tapes;
Putty knives, peg cutters, j Mohair mits, Italian sUk;
Assorted tea trays; ' Embroidered collars;
Whips and whip lashes; ;Men's fine half hose;
Feather dusters, jacket lamps; Men's riding gloves;
Whitewash, flour, dust, paint Black worsted, wire ribbon;
and shoe brushes; Hickory shirts, denim;
Pail twine, box graters; 'H and 2 bushel bags;
Ruled foolscap and bill paper; Heavy ticking, brown drills;
Augur bits, chopping knives; Brown cottons, wicking;
T-hinges, log and trace chains; Blue cottons, piping cord;
Dog chain, cow and sheep bells; Blue and whtie thread;
Sash rollers, iron, brass and Tidy cotton, woolen carpeting;
copper wire, mallets; Boot webbing, silk umbrellas,
Bench and band screws; j Etc., etc., etc.
Brad awls, padlocks; . . ..
Door and chest locks, assorted; i,'tll!. ttc.
Gimp tacks, rivets; Tierces Carolina, rice;
Pocket knives, assorted screws; Nutmegs, curry powder;
Slate pencils, steelyards;
Assorted candy ;
Board measures, rules, rifles;
Swede's iron, round iron;
Crowbars, pickaxes, hammers;
Shears and scissors;
100 kegs nails, caws;
Eagle plows, No. 2;
Kagle plows. No. 20;
Horse plows, side hill plows,
Harrows, hayrakes, cradles;
Ox hows and yokes;
Cattle leaders and hull rings;
Ouarded lanterns, lamps;
Solar lamps and extra globes;
Oyster and milk crackers;
Crushed sugar, A 1.
BOOTS AM) SHOES.
Ladies' Congress gaiters, silk
Do buskins and slippers;
Do calf do, thick sole;
Do goat bootees;
Men's calf Oxford ties;
Do goat slippers;
Do kip boots, thick sole;
Do calf do do do;
Do calf do thin sole:
Solarrhimneys. hangimr lamps;!
Plated castors and extra bottles;
Mioses' aud child's ass'd boots,
Tubs, pails, buckets, trunks;
shoes ana Duskins.
C. 8. and W. 8. rocking chairs;
l . a. chairs, looking glasses;
Simile and double hieh-nost
M ISC EL. A RTICLES.
Zinc paint, pure lead, and sun
bedsteads. 99-tf i
dries too numerous to mention
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Goods !
A. F. I50WIT,
90$ BATTEtY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.,
IMPORTER OP EVERT DESCRIPTION
of Heads, Ouns, Pistols, Percussion Caps, Pocket and Table
Cutlery, Plated Ware. Brushes, Combs, Fans, Soaps, and gen
eral assortment of FANCY GOODS. Re ers to II. M. Wmr
urt, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 104-3ra
CJHIPCH AXDLER, STOREKEEPER AXD
GENERAL AGENT. Goods boueht and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice.
Corner of QrRKN's Road and PornxnKR strkkt, Hongkong.
XT Kefers to Thomas Spentkr, A. J. Cartwbight. J. C.
Spaldinr, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 104-ly
Mr. JOHIY AIlExTiTi
G f-lnern'a PInce. Sydney.
XT Reference to W. L. Grkes, Honolulu, 8. I. 104-6m
TO THE PUBLIC.
THE UXDERSIGXED BEG TO IXFORM
the public that they will open a market on the 1st of July
proximo, at the Country KesHence of Mr. P. Masisi, Nuuanu
street, where at all times will be found a choice selection of riiesR
GROCKRiRH, at as low rates as can be procured at. any store in
town. Also, bref, pork, mitttos, sacsaoes, etc.. in fact, eve
rything usually found in a well appointed conntry store.
104-tf BOYD & MANINI.
.11. 15. Harvey,
HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
KING STREET, NEAR FORT, HONOLULU.
ALL KIXDS OF WORK IX HIS LIXE
will be executed with dispatch, and in a style second to
THE Al CLIPPER BARK "PORTENA,"
361 TOSS, PER REOISTEU, WnlXD LEAVE
POSITIVELY OX THE FIRST OF MAY,
with a splendid assortment of
f3ronox"nl 3VZoroliaxxllse S
SELECTED AND MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY
FOR THIS MARKET.
N. B. Samples of Dry Goods expected in about a month.
Early application for FIRST RATE STYLES of Prints and Fancy
Goods should le made in order to secure them. Apply to
Honolulu, June 1S5S. 101-tf ROBT. C. J ANION.
DLSSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rwiIIE COPARTXERSIIIP HERETOFORE
M. existing under the name and tyleof KDWAKKS k WAL
TON, is this day dissolved, having expired by limitation. The
affair of the late firm will be liquidated bv' A. S. EDWARDS,
wiw wtit i winli imlr Uqnvr , ,T,...i-.
nl lOG Front street, under the name and stvle of A. 8.
EDWARDS tf CO. A. 8. EDWARDS,
N. C WALTON.
The undersigned respectfully call your attention to their full
and varied stock of Winrn and Liq uora, which has lately
been replenished by recent arrivals from Europe and the East
ern States, and which will be afTurded at lowest market prices.
8an Francisco, April 30, 1858.
100-tf A. S. EDWARDS k CO.
EX "VAXKKE." AXD FOR SALE RY THE
undersigned, a small lot of Port Orford Cedar Boards,
1 inch Boards, mostly wide;
4- inch do do do;
Inch do do planed on one side.
Particularly well adapted for boat boards anil sheathing, su
perior to Eastern Pine for joiner's work and finishing, and will
be sold at a less price, iu lots to suit, bv
10-tf C. A. & II. F. POOR.
THE GIRLS' DELIGHT.
THESE -EV TOYS FOR CIIILDREX
have just been received. They consist of aier dolls, fur
niture and houses, anil vnry in price from STJ cents to fl 50.
I0-lm For sale by II. M. WHITNEY.
FOR SALE OR HIRE!
VEItY SUPERIOR ItlLLIARD TABLES,
with Plate or Wooden Weds, mid HH ELAN'S CKLE-BKATEIM-OMIUNATION
CUSHIONS, all complete. Also
On hand, extra Cloth Halls, Cues, Wax, Pockets, kc. App'v to
lOo-tf E. BURGESS
ESS. JAMAICA GINGER.
ROWX'S COXCEXTRATED ESSEXCE
of Jamaica Ginger, per " Yankee," for sale by
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
FOUR DRUMS CODFISH.
s4 DRUMS SUPERIOR CODFISH Ex Yan-fi-
kee," for sale by 10-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
CALIFORNIA WHITE WINE.
O Pi CASES CALIFORNIA WHITE WIXE
w J pe
per " Yankee," for sale by
L. RICIIARDS & CO.
50 CASES TURNER'S GINGER WINE,
TJER V A X K E E For sale by
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
sfNEXUIXE LUBIX'S EXTRACTS For sale by
ASSORTMEXT OF DRUGS
For sale by
J. M. SMITH k CO.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets.
riMIE UXDERSIGXED BEING ABOUT TO
M. leave this Kingdom, has appointed Wm. M. Fuller his At
torney, and all persons indebted to him will please call and set
tle immediately ) and all persons having claims will present
them for payment. KU-3tl R BLAKE.
THE UXDERSIGXED INTENDS LEA V
ing this Kingdom, and has appointed JOHN F. ANDER
SON his Attorney during his absence.
104-tt JOHN O. DAVIS.
DR. PUN1IUE, CHINESE PHYSICIAN,
BEGS TO NOTIFY THOSE RESIDENTS
of Honolulu who have in their employ Chinamen addicted
to the practice of Opium Smoking, that he ran break them of
this pernicious habit, after a fortnight's treatment.
XT Apply at his ofSce, Mauna Kea street, opposite Hotel
SUGAR, SYRUPS AXD MOLASSES,
FROM THE SEW CROP, FROM THE
EAST MAUI rLAATATIOJV,
For tale by (36-tf) II. HACKFELD k Co.
OR SALE OR TO HIRE. OXE DOUGH-
breaking and one Biscuit-Cutting Machine. Apply to
103-3t GODFREY RHODES.
ORDOX'S RASPBERRY SYRUP Per "Tan
kee," for sale by
C. L. RICHARDS tc CO.
COZZENS' PALE SHERRY.
COZZEXS' PALE SHERRY The finest wine ever
imported for sale by
104-tf C. L. RICHARDS & CO.
LD SAZERAC AXD MARTELL BRAX-
dy, In bond or duty paid lor sale by
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
ILSOX ti. FAIRBANKS OLD BOUR.
boa Whisky A few dosea of this superior whisky tor
C. L. RICHARDS k CO.
BOURBON AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY.
LD BOCRBOX AND MAGNOLIA WHIS
ky, in 10-gallom packages, in bond or duty paid, for sale by -
C. L. RICHARDS CO.
A FIXE LPT OF NARROW-BRIM PA
pama'IkUv. gsaed. Just received per "Yaokee, and;
for sal by - 104-f J C. Ar H.-r; POOR.
A. ; ;
At SAM . SATIDGK S ,
-r. DNQ STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHURCH.
ESTPHAL1A HAMS. SMOKED HAMS)
Bugar-cured Jiaon. jrresh Lard,
French fruits, in syrup,
French Prunet V.
Sardines, small tins,.
Sardines, large tins, ,
Fine Oolong Tea,
Fine Green Tea,
Fresh Roasted Coffee,
Assorted Scotch Biscuits
Salt Water Soap,
Fine Table Salt,
Carbonate of Soda,
kc, kc kc.
- Salted Butter,:
: Yarmouth Blotters,
English Dairy Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
Light Brown Sugar,
Crushed Loaf Sugar,
Fresh Corn Meal,
Assorted Meats and Soups,
Assorted English Fruits,
Assorted English Jams,
Assorted English Jellies.
Assorted English Sauces,
Assorted English Pickles,
English Green Peas,
French Green Peas,
White Wine Vinegar,
Fresh Peaches, in tins,
Fresh Uuincet), in tins,
Reacted Coloe, packed in Una,
for Ship's Use.
RECEIVED PER "AXTILLA," FROM
A Bremen, and for salj by the undersigned :
Bales fancy prints 1 Bales emb. cambric handku.
linen tape, do thread
Water's best qual. 6-cord
sup. white flannel
ptd. woolen table-cover
tafetas. oiled silk
wh. silk cam. hdkfs with
ladies' veils, asstd qual
scarlet and blue blankets
White and black silk gloves, for ladies and gentlemen
Silk and mohair mits, embroidered sleeves and collars,
Bracelets, coifures, kid gloves, cs assorted Bilk
Cases asstd trimming cords and buttons ,
Woolen and cotton fringes, black mantillas
Cases assorted stockings, do socks
Children' socks and stockings, silk and wool under-shirts
Ladies riding hats (gret variety), Amazonia hata
Children's hat-trimmings, woolen cord and tassels
Artificial flowers, great variety
English silk umbrellas, for ladies and gentlemen
Very superior portmonnaies and ladies' necessaries
Ladies' fancy note paer and envelopes
Ladies' immitation combs, do asstd Bacons
Black cloth pants, do buckskin pants, fancy do do
Large assortment of different qualities cotton pant
Large assortment of half woolen pants
Assorted cravats, black satin vests, whice pique do
Black Alpacca coats, pilot cloth, monkey jackets and pants
Scarlet and blue serge shirts, white cotton do
Lambs-wool under shirts and drawers
Bleached and unbleached cotton under-shirts and drawers
Linen bosom shirts, fancy cotton do. of different qualities
Hickory shirt?, common felt hats, superior felt do
Palm leaf hats, Leghorn do, silk suaienilers
Silk garters, cotton suspenders, children's toys and dolls
English saddles, hog-skin do, saddle girths, saddle cloths
Silver'd bits, stirrups and spars, riding whips
Lasting gaiters, patent leather shoes, French calf boots
Wrapping paper, letter paper, foolscap do, bill do
Paint brushes, shoe brushes, scrubbing do, tooth do
Shaving brushes, hair do, lamp do, pocket books
Water bottles (stone), room paer and borders
Painted boxes, glass beads, koa-handle butcher knives
Table knives and forks, pen and pocket knives
Scissors and Jack knives, small chains, hooks and eyes
Rasps and files, assorted, bung screws
Iron and brass screws, locks, spunges, ivory co nbs
Plated candle-sticks, with tulip shades, baffle combs
Pearl buttons, cast-steel hand saws, best English raisors
l-idies' pen and pocket knives, asstd ; pencil cases
Inkstands,match boxes, plated baskets, kc.
Wax tapers, Britannia metal, tea anil coffee pots
Casks hollow ware
For sale by
62-tf H. HACKFELD & CO.
Pleasant Valley Residence for Sale
VXTILIi BE SOLD, IF APPLIED FOR SOON
T that pleasant Cottage, situated in Nuuanu Valley, now
occupied by Capt. Collins, opposite the residence ol IT. u.
ThU cottage was built two years since, of the best materials,
and finished inside and out In the best manner, and contains
The Parlor 14x241 feet;
' Two Bed Rooms, 14x16 feet?
One Bed Room 12xl feet.
Also Dining room, pantry, kitchen, servants' rooms, stable
v aw. .ud an abundant supply of good water.
The lot contains one acre, and title fee simple.
The premises can be examined at any time, upon application
to Captain Collins, and ror particulars apply to mm or
101-tf A. P. EVERETT.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE!
PER BARK " MELITA," FROM BOSTON,
To Arrive nbont June 21at
C LU DING MERCHANDISE FROM ENG-
JL LAN l Goods that are positively
SCARCE IN THIS MARKET ! 5
And some of which the undersigned knows every Country Store
wants. The old maxim will yet be continued, in reference to
some of the moat desirable goods, vis : "Small profits quick
returns :" 100-tf) JOHN THO.VAS WATEKUOUSJ5.
fTIIIOSE WHO WISH TO
-- purchase, can, by calling ou the uu-'
ders'gned, convince themselves that 4m
C.rover & Baker's Family Machines
are to be preferred to every other, for six good reasons.
100-tf G- P. JUDD, Agent in the Haw. Islands.
. NEW COOPERAGE.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.'
SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their mends.
Shipmasters, and the pulic generally, that they will be
happy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on Fort
Street, two doors below the Drug Store of Dr. Judd, and directly
opposite the Store of Mr. D. W. Field. All orders with which
they may be favored, will be thankfully received and promptly
XT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAGIN0. J3J
N. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
93-tf GEORGE W. NORTON.
FOR SALE Br THE UNDERSIGNED,
the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 250 to 300
tons, viz :
1 new Topsail;
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
1 main Royal;
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, "
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, jfeariy new
1 Spanker, f
1 Top Oallantsail, J
1 set Iron strapped Cntting-in Blocks, with chain pendants.
cimplete. 93-tf . r.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
UNDERSTANDING THAT THE'IE ARE
rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over lease a certain house in this town, now occu
pied by another party. I proclaim It to be raise and a Dase fab
rication ; in proof of which I would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. C. Heuck, who are
the only parties able to negotiate tor me anove premises.
At the reanest of Mr. E. Bunress. we hereby declare, that the
course pursued bv him in reference to the above matter has oeen
strictly just and bonorame.. juit. jius iuj.ui.ni,
May 31, 1858. 10l-em in. nr-i v-n.
A. F. &. A. M.
m. LE PROIiKES UK Ij ULKA 3i 1
LODGE, No. 124, under the jurisdiction of the Su
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodm of France,
working in the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regular
meetimrs on the Wednesday nearest the run moon of each
month, at the old Lodge Raom, In King street.
XT V'Siting brethren respectiuuy inviieu o iwna.
August 18. 60-tf H. SEA, Secretary.
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c.t
KING STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL,
UESPECTFCLLY INTIMATES THAT
be is nre oared to execute any work in the above line, and
hopes to merit a share of public patronage. 102-tf
JUST RECEIVED PER FA XX a MAJOR
direct from tbe Manufacturer in New York, a small invoice
of Daviea k Jones celebrated patented shoulder seam and three
ply collar shirts. They are selected so that we can fit almost
any size, and afford to sell them 20 per cent less than former
prices. It wants but a trial to convince any one of their superl
ority in every respect over any others in the market at present.
ncuiiiAii c tAnrsEu
100-tf Tailors, cor. King k Tort St.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
GENUIXE FARINA COLOGN E WATER
For sale by 91-tf E. HOFFMANN.
JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE !
GERMAN RAT, POISON For sale by
l-tf ... E. HOFFMANN.
12,000 for sale by
POUNDS NAVT BREAD
A. P. EVER ITT.
O. 1 CHINESE RICE. 60 LB. SACKS,
tbr sale by 97-tf A- P. BTEKETT.
NO. 3 CHEROOTS
T7OR SALE BY
' ' V- It! SMITH k jOfA,
do mourning do do
do or Madapolams do
do of superior shirting do
do printed jaconets
do Victoria lawn do
do jaconets & mull muslin do
do Swiss muslin and robes do
do book muslin do
do bishop's lawn do
do linen, moleskin
do linen drill do
do do handkerchiefs do
do cambric do do
do lawn do do
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
- "THE CUFPKB BCHOOrrt
San Uieso, Ce stZZsux,
Win saU for the above port, on abo. J'ktft JmIt S4
Tor freight or passage apply to - . " ""
104-tf .,..; ' C. A. It H. T." POOR.
REGULAR LINE OF PACKETS -"
FOR SAX FRANCISCO. " , -;
THE PAST BAILING CLIPPER BARK
Yankee, James Smith, Master,
Will sail for the above port oa or about . v
Tifwiy Jly B.
Tor freight or passage, apply to ,
, lU-td C. A. W1XLIAMS It CO Agents. ,
FOR PUGET SOUND.
4C-THE STACTNCH ANDWELL KNOWN SCHOONER
. Is. IP. Foster, Moobe, Master,
Is expected to arrive here on or about the middle of tbe wMoth,
1 H from the above port, via Hilo, to return.
For freight or passage, having good accommodations, apply to
104-td H. HACKFELD At CO.
Ship of Good Capacity
i CAN OBTAIN
Return Cargoes, or Advantageous
O II -A. H. T 33 H. 13
TO LOAD WITH
i UAIVO AT JAR VIS ISL. AIVD
AND PROCEED DIRECT
TW0 NEW YORK OR ANT OTHER PORT
. in the United State, that may be agreed on. . Moorings
to be provided, and the Guano brought within reach of ships'
tackles by the Agent on the Island.
For further particulars, freight or charter, apply to the under
signed, at his Office, corner of Fort and Merchant streets, Hono
lulu. G. P. JUDD,
x Agent of the AMERICAN GCAN0 COMPANY.
Honolulu, March 1, 1858. 88-tf
; ONLY REGULAR LINE FROM THE U. S.
FIRST CLASS SHIPS
Will be despatched quarterly from Commercial Wharf,
Boston, in the months of March. May sr Jsae,
Sep ((-ruber and Drcetuber
For further particulars tee special advertisements In dally
papers of the above months.
For freight or passage to, or drafts on Honolulu, apply to
HENRY A. PIERCE,
Sandwich Island Packet Office,
67 Commercial Vt hart, Boston.
B. W FIELD.
Honolulu, 8. 1.
B. W. Field,
Sutton k Co.
Cook k Snow,
Freeman Ac Co's
TREASURE, FREIGHT, PACKAGE & LETTER
On the 5th and 20th of each Month,
TO ALL PARTS OF THE
United Stairs, Santa America.
Canada and Enranc,
CO.1SKCT1.no IS SEW YORK WITH TH AMERICAV-BCOrBAX BX-
-e PRESS COMPANY TO Kl'BOPS.
GOLD DUST COIN AND HCLLIOV FOR
warded and insured on Open Policies, held from the best
Insurance Companies in New York and London.
Packages, Parcels and Letters forwarded Semi-monthly, via
Panama and 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 South
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
Forwardiag and Express business, attended to with dispatch.
A. P. EVERETT, - - - - Honolulu.
124 Montgomery street, San Francisco.
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S
REGULAR PACKETS BETWEEN HONOLULU
AND SAN FRANCISCO,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin, Let
ters and valuable parcels, to all parts of the
UNITED STATES, CANADA AND EUROPE.
The Agents at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to salt
on Wells, Fargo k Co., San Francisco or New York. Abo
Wells, Fargo Co.'s franked U. 8. Government envelopes,
which pass free over the California and coast routes, and over
the Atlantic route from San Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collections promptly attended to.
Oct. 1. 1856-tf. R. COADY k CO.. Agents
FOR THE FALL SEASON !
WOULD MAKE KNOW WTO THE MEH.
chants. Traders and Planters of the Hawaiian Islands,
that he will receive, by the American clipper bark
3VX E UIT
That lea BOSTON FOR HONOLULU, February 23d, and ex
pected to arrive nere anout June iln.
A Large Assortment of Merchandise !
Adapted to the Trade of these Islands.
SALES TO ARRIVE WILL BE MADE.
TUB ASSORTMENT C0SSIST3 IS PART OF THIS F0LL0WIX0 MAJIKO
Superfine blue sheeting, Atlantic bleached cottons,
Jl. and B. brown cottons, Black Alpacca,
Plaid laWDs, All piuk prints,
Est ra oil carpets. Fine Coho blankets.
Black cotton umbrellas, kc.
Sardines, In half boxes,
Sard ines, in ox boxes, 1st sort hops.
Pineapple cheese, Superior butter,
English codfish. No 1 mackerel.
Cods' tongues, dried apples, English dairy cheese,
Best qual. Loaf Sugar, best crushed sugar, best granulated sugar,
Kenned lard, Dried Currants,
Dried corn meal, Ground rice.
FRESH BEAT CAROLINA RICE.
Pembroke salt. Sweet marjoram,
Summer savory, Sage.
TOBACCO, ASSORTED BRANDS.
Cayenne pepper, Black pepper,
Pimento, Castile soap.
Cider vinegar, Olive oil.
Water crackers, Butter crackers, V.
Jumbles, Ginger snaps,
Paints, Oils, &c.
Mystic lead. Premium sine.
Copal varnish, Bright varnish.
White chalk, . Orange mineral, .
Black paint, Chrome yellow,
Verdigris, Chrome green.
Boiled linseed oil. Spirits turpentine,
And a large variety of Painters' Brushes and Tools.
MANILA CORDAGE, all sires
Manila cutting falls;
RUSSIA CORDAGE, all slses;
. Spunyarn, Marline,
HARDWARE AND NAVAL STORES.
PAPER AND STATIONERY.
A complete assortment of Counting and Office Stationery.
Fine Gold Lever Watches
Fine Gold Lepine Watches,
Fine Silver Watches,
Watch Crystals and Keys.
' Wooden Ware.
Ex. a-hoop pails.
Fancy work baskete.
Oval covered market baskets,
Rouud covered market baskets.
Brass rimmed pails.
Coffee mills, ass'd sixes
HAMS, PRIME PORK, .
PILOT BREAD, BURTON ALE,
CEDAR SHINGLES, BRICKS,
SALT WATER SOAP, GUNNY BAGS, i
SHEET LEAD, assorted,
- - ANT. FARINA COLOGNE.
ND FOR SALE BY 4. C. SPALDING To
arrive per " Helita," from Boston, U. 8.1
?? r I Pure J. A F. Kartell's llraadvi -
. . - -
60 oaaes Champagne Cider:
100 kegs, 10 gallons each, whisky.
A SMALL QUANTITY OF PURE FINE
BRAN DT, warranted superior to any in the marhnt.
Also Cases genuine Hosfaxter's bitters. For sale by i
6-tf J. C SPALDING.
NAVIGATION. i J
TfTSE OF 'INSTRUMENTS. LUNAI1 OZ
Mj servations, and every branch necessary for aa sbbbo
plisbed Navigator, Uaght in the most taorovh a4 y.elosl
manner, by DANIEL, Brflad. -
evAif70AHiA i -cntr -rr r 1
AAyuo.. see saie by JUs. jj. L.a
Dry (htt39 ClrtrJrTrpcztsfcc.
. n no d ait, :.
TnUXLSDAY, JTJLT 1, AT IO O'CL'CS, A.M.
Dry Goods, ClotMr-g, - B00U am saoea, wwa wr ,
SrsMrtssVriow. Bran, lamp, Cookingjtovem, Bsam, ,
TwrpitiiM,PBkts, And sundries.
MOlfDAT, JULY ft. AT IO O'CLOCK. A. M.
At 8ALE8ROOM, wiB bs sold a Urge aaasrtmeot General
atctchaadisB, sack as - ., -. f .......
- Dry Goods, UloUUng.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, '
Oracertss, Pnauived FnriU, .
. , Driearraita,eteee .
i . And ssany other arUdes too namemos to ssentioo.
Lsrre gale at Aztilzn
THURSDAY. JULY 1 ft, AT IO CCIK, A.M.
The undersigned wm sen at Public Aactloa, at sas - ,
Wmvst iVirotion. SlOOHl I
Queen street, a very Urge and varied assortaaent sf Osods,con-
.... si wing pi :
Dry floods, .''
. And Hard Ware.
Terms cash. A. P. EVXXSXT,
Large cf Czslhb Gccis tt
IMMEDIATELY APTESl AHRIVAL OF
BARK MELITA " FROM BOSTON !
(Doe last of Jane,) the ndersigned wm seB a smbo tavoios of
EsiCliwIt Cuss, seiecuxj expressly for this tarket, 0011
sisting in part of ' .
Bates of o-t Printa, assorted styles;
blue Serge Shirts; '
blue Berg Pants;
" Drawers, Sazoay Wool BhJrU; , . ,
" rancy Shirts. . ( ,
Cases of black Coburgs; .
- assorted Lustres.
French Merinoa, assorted colon;
Fancy Bilk Veils. Brassing Cases;
Imitation Shell Ooasbs, 80k OdkBJ;
Black Silk, Bilk Keek Ties;
Colored Woolen Shirts, Horss Cloths
Invoice of Superior CLOTHING, racm sad TW
" Hosiery; '7
Men's, Women's and Children's Hats;
Ao x., :e.
A. P. EVERETT. Aswtlcsisw.
B. F. SXOW
FFERS FOR SALE, in lots to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, toe following mercnanaise i
Grey merino shirts.
White and grey meriaodraw'rs
Check linen shirts.
White L B shirts.
Blue flannel shirts, '
Black and brown fctt hats.
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Red flannel "
Women's white cotton hose,
Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers. White Unco handkarcaUsfi. ,
Boots mm Shscs.
Calf Congress boats,
En'md leather Congress boots.
Aworted pickles, half gals,
Gherkins, half gals.
Na. 1 soap, blacking, doves, Floe est tobacco, iatiafcU.
Soperlor Block Toss.
Water and batter crackers, Soda, oyster sad sngar crackers,
No vol Stores.
Manila whale line.
Paint oil, turpentine,
EVe and extra white lead,
RoMsia oordaga, assorted sises,
Manila cordage, assorted sises.
Cut nails, lanterns.
Copper boat nails.
Solar side lamps
Drab office chairs.
1 French bedstead,
No 1 and 3 solar lamp chimneys
Walnut cane seat chairs.
Sheaths and belts,
Hingham buckets, grindstones. Red, while sod bro bunting,
Sperm ass Polor Oil. fee. fee. '
1 Brtws'i Wkolloc Omm mm Iroas.
Iadla Rabbrr Hoao Uf lock mm 1 lock,
Brass Hoso Ploes, Lea! Ploo.
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING BEEN A P
potnted Guardians of the person and property of I LLI AM
C. LUNA LI LO, son of Charles Kanaina.of Honolulu, hereby
give notion to all persons indebted to him to aaak immediate
payment ; and all persons having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. Al'STIN, Ho
nolulu. J. W. At'STIJI.
Feb. 22, 1868. 87-tf C. KAKAINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED, GUARDIANS OF
the person and property of WILLIAM C. LCNALILO,
son of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid soy person trust
ing the said W. C Lunalilo, as from this date we shall pay no
debts contracted by him. J. W. AL'STIN, .
Feb. 22. 1868. 87-tf. C. KANAINA.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Samuel Bavtdge and Henry Slay aa
Grocers and Provision Merchants, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons having claims afStnst the late
firm are requested to preseut them for payment.
Honolulu, April 29, 1868.
During my absence from Honolulu, Mr. Savidga Is authorised
(by Power of Attorney) to transact any business on my behalf.
r April 29, 1868. SKV-tf HENRT MAT.
. 8AMUEL SAVIDGE,
Grocer, Coffee Roaster, and Provision Merchant, King street,
near tne uetnei, nononuu.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING BEEN
appointed Administrator, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of 8tephen Reynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons having demands against said estate,
to present the same ; and all persons indebted to tbe same, srs
hereby requested to make immediate payment.
JAMES W. AUSTIN,
Honolulu, January 22, 1868. 83-tf ' Administrator.
ALL PERSONS HAYING DEMANDS
against me, will please present them for settlement Imme
diately ; and those indebted are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts will be left with an attorney foreoneettoa.
XT The subscriber hereby gives notice that he will pay no
debts contracted without his written order.
Honolulu, April 20, 1868, 96-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED Intends leaving this kingdom
soon, anJ will be glad to receive all bills again him ;
also he request that those who are indebted to his either per
sonally, or as the Agent of tbe Hudson's Bay Company, will
settle their debts immediately at his oflta, BBcasai fat default of
payment such bill will be sued for.
laigneai nusui vubsiu.i.
Honolulu, May, 1868.
.E CL.AMPSUS V."!
mTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
1 Mystic Emblem of the Ancient sod Honorable Order of
"E 0. V.n has been received per hark Yankee, sod the onder.
timed has been duly afwinted O. D. K C. V Bar the purpose
of forming a branch of tim O. M. C. In Honolulu. Resident and
transient brothers will please report mem selves oa or sesars ine
2.1 W. of the 4th D. E C. V., so as to be Invested with the E. of
our A, and H. order, m. J. uth, sung ws
M. W. D. G. EC. Vofl
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAYING 1
JL the premises of Mr. J. FOX, begs leave to give notie that
he wUI enter therein on January 1st, ISM, sad eaounos the
business as heretofore, and respectfully solicits owswiuanr t f
tbe patronage so liberally bestowed upon his predecessor. ' .
USV. U. HCLUflt
N. B. Tbe balance of Dry Goods at his old stand la Hotel
Street, selling off cheap. i -id
SSAYIDGE BEGS TO INFORM HIS
friends, as s mutual protecboa. he will sot deliver any
roods to Chinese or Native servant, unlisi they either bring
the moocy, a written order, or a paseage book. May to. 100 tf
- NOTICB ' , . i.
IS HEREBY GIYEN, that I have apisaoii Mr.
K. A. HEYDON as say Agent, with Power' f Attorney.
daring my sbseae from the Islands.'
Honolulu, March 10, 18W. SO-tf ' V. X. WBRUn.
. notice. . .
THE rnderslgned, daring his absence to the ratted States,
win be representsd by Mr. JOHN F. TO) X and Power
Of Attorney. 91-tf) V. C WATERMAN.
TrVJUUANU STREET, ADOYT2 tCJ
Af ner of Hotel street, Honolulu, ealwich
or imnch at all hours Meals is tot".
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