(roMMRRt lAL ADVERTISER, .:
... . i.... TLapaT Mnil2.l Sil
TO ADVERTISERS AND SUBSCRIBER
Obituaries, funeral Invitations and not less mt communicaUoas
Intended ouly to Urostlt aa Indlvkia's binlnw, riU.be cbargeJ
Advertiseiaenu displayed In larger type thaa alUtJ, r ft
Ject to heavier chanrs. -'
crrtubscription fur tts Commer.-:! Advertiser and Ar
iaementa are payable itkiblt t nKCR.
T7 No transient advertiunents wiil be iot cited, rXLcsa HI
rain. " -
- CT Corresponilenos from ail parts of the Paerfte will always
be very acceptable. ... -
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. .
HUn per !. PrH" AaWaaee. .
I paper, ninlrJ to foreign coautries will be $7 per annum,
I ",r the American P"etT and the expense ..f (wwar.l-
. t.i: AllMMNCiBuviii
krn rr-wri ute tiiatr 01 pu.T . t , .
r.irn port, will American postage tamp on tliem,
T im tr.k-nt nv Amrrlcia pnrtaee helne T-ntKeteri n
f ,rw-;,rtle i invmirn inv n i-.io-, m r-iiur-
Vi,v t?-e Island pnetwreef 81 'he Hoiiohll pwettiflice.
JltKJ W lrr e ---
T t Hill tVERTl:EJETS WIIA tit CIIotI.
msieut advertlsm.-nts (first insertion) r lin- JO cts.
nnl. (not exceeding H line) p.-r jiiimm f i t.
- BOOK AND
Jj TTSrTING, BT SIN
JOB PRINTING '
BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
BILLS OF LADING,
. - BLANK DEKDfL. .
eHOPitlLLD jy Payable always in advance. 3
. . h exceeding 10 line space) first insertion ! 00.
" .- ... . . I..t., (u
WsaLT Adwsvwer will be chne-4 at the following rates
L snuare for twenty lines) per quarter
U-Mrth .rf a column per iiarter - -W-half
of enlun-.n per quarter -a-hnle
eohnnn per quarter -
ESS. AND ADDRKSa CARDis
Press," to the kigliret style of tie
pnot'-U on a Kankee t art
art. - . . .
r . Houululu, thihan.JL
J. I. COLBURN,
KiUiaroanu treet, Tloanlahi, Oitha.
A. r. EVERETT,
jAniaa' new blue', Q ieen stret-t. IIn.lnlii, II. I.
1. !m.B. rirrrH ji-ll,
.Jn'a. Jul-1. 17.
IK. A. ALP1ICH.
msiiop a co..
r. O.B In th ornmer of - Makre' Block," on
. fl.vn -flltl.
t-erive aei-o . .tiortint firlas business rl"r' "
'-ii V ,
f Tt. W. FIELO,
LmiMton Mera-ant, Il.Kiolula.Oahn, ga.-rlwch Wanfc
f Br ivrroLion. he rtf r, to
Citww.:iit, I'resi-lTit "t Manufartiirers lnjuri.ce
Tr. II. A. - - "
J.,h W. ISiKBTrr & SS. - Narrtuckrt.
UiT;i, - - New I:i1'ii.
B V & w. - - IItHliilu
V. t. -V II. K. POOR.
... ..... iinfitzr iT ir!)Miivio
hit n tj
n-.R.: F : i ''. K-.(.. - PHV
KiMii ll- ll. ' - - - - S
W I.V'. HR"iT K '" - - - - "
KM KSrTWT. ftAHS A. 0 , - - ." ;i V
,pl;. H VFS,
'. I.. RICIIA ISi- A- ..
l tj. r tiww I-r.h -'. :!. 1. : r ii: O-:
n.-.. I: .ut Uuu. ill it. ri..flic:. iiia.i-.'k.
T vi i Fir. H. -W
i .a- . St nk "o..
!rKr X Mfrbill.
AT I.WT(. ' -T.
A. : Ntk.
t? ir.p 0. J'lSiS -
New L Kill-n.
'HX r. POPE.
I. C. WATERMAN A. CO.,
rOfV55O.T MERC lJ .V 7".
.! t:4i"ii mi I t- the interrrt th- Wh.ilinjr Fleet, hr
fai-ii.':: T ( fun purclutse n-l -ale of Exihanre, Oil,
or, oViru M-r- hin-lie. aivl the procarintt of Freight.
Hrr. Uuc II 'Li. J a-, a; Co.."ew BIAtI.
. ti. E. Pops. 1- do.
M 'P'.K, Sr-XK Jt i'o ? in Frinoi.
.Mi Rrca Mfrrill, do. 117-tf
TIT-r. Itenler in -neml Merehan.li'', a:d romm:ion
rrtivi', U.fHulu.Oaha.S. I- keep e--ntmi.tlT on hand
lU-.-wive awnrtni'tit of erery .lescriptinn of jrula re-r-t
i-jr w!i-hio n-l trfh'T-1.
t frirni-the.1 with ail kfmU of (rroeeries, prov!ton, C,
V hortet BKH.-e. ac the rnr Wwwt ro&rket iiees.
nry adranceij fr whaler' bills at the lowest rates.
I. !V. I'LIT.f ER,
rl hainrs at th new frc In Maker's new fire
-f f-oiMinit. at ti-e stand rwvtitly occtrpie.l by lr.
ftnann. earner of tfiieen ao-l Kuhnrnvn street,
-neirr, rat?l by irnr'i'C f the man an I stars
1 a tra.-:-it irxtrurout a-curau-ly a.ijosu-1 to the
r..i;an-f H.-n-'tu!-!. Iarieu!ar attention piren to fine
rh rpairrnr. S T?a.nt and rpodrane rla.e. silver-d
! !i-t-l- Chan and nautical instruments e.ntjnlly
aan i and f a!e. H-it
aeo. s. cos.
CASTLE At COOKE,
v ir. 1 W!i- le an-1 Ketail denier in Genera! Mcr-
t n.1 ie. at the old tand. eorner of t'le King and fVhool
. n-ar the tmre ttme Church. Also at the fctore
t rr.r wripiil by C. II. XkImJciti, in Kin street, opp-
!Vmar. (T;iL Ajrerit fir Ir. Jjrne' M"U-
Jnly 1. infttr
E. O. II A LI. .
awl Orakr in Hardware. Pry Gon.s. Paints. Oils, and
ral M-r-t.an-lise, fierier -f F-jrt and Kinr streets.
FT A I Ac A II EE,
rrh- ?irr Plantation of Ako. at Pimiion. and Ioi
fiKlhio; Iminrters and Wh.-lesale and Retail leal-
t !. i'ivl-i ; have en hand, for sale, at their etab-
F' "1 KHi? tret, IIon-la!n, and at L-Omina, .Vaui,
Ur, M-iU--.. .-ynn. Tea. Coffee, anl a large 'an J
-I a-1-fc.rTci'T.t of E-nml merchandi:
ii. Awt lil-a7. 5J-ly
J. II. WOOD,
t. lino r.--r an.1 tfc-sl-r in Boots ad Pho.; of every
r-fjTu fh'i F-adinr. rump, fre, K'unrinr, Harnes,
P-itent L-4'hT. .air. O.iut, Itoir, awl U'ick rkin
i. la;-:, .-tuT)-, iil-v.-. Foils, and Masks, lilaek
Krrt,'-'-, H-ierv, fte. fce. rietc Shoe store, corner of
r-d Mer-h .nt .. II itw Jnhl. II. I. Jnly 1-tf
liKKWKIt 2d, j
tmiii ,n Merrhant. Hon"hiln. 0hu. S. I. Money !
1 - iv .ri'4-! term f.f bnU of Exchange on tue
Kiii-i-l an-l Fm-s. 63-tf I
RITSON Ar HART,
Y' Wi Mr Ilery K Mnnn, AVholesale Wine and Spirit
"iiits, H w.lubj. II. I.. u:n!'-r the Auction R.n of A.
fit, A'K-.i.-er, le-ar'y o.pt:te the Cu!tora H-aise.
S. V Jtm S. .RINTiA'MI. .
a'il !hs, a d -very ,-,ri"ty -f fimtlemen". Superii.r
"'ii t Ki -U. m c w.irr of f'jrt n-l ! rh-iot si...
Ij u. Oi'i-.t lotf
W. X. L MM.
and tw-nV-r in 11 a vrw ah?. Crv-Fav.' MFcWJscs,
! a:i.l A'.et. TLTCL Ilet.n-iT-s, trt str-'.-t. Ilofe
j. c. spldiv:,
i M"n-li.-inf. and Impwf.-r, If -n .ItiIh, O-ih-j. 8. I.
ed. Bills 't Exchange on the I'. S. and Europe. . Con-
n-rits frsn a' ia.1 promptly att-'id'vl Ui. Island pro
's all kinds tak.ru in exchange fir g-ekls. Jy 1-tf
W. A. ALMRICII,
' f the Sale rffmr. .M-iIns.-s an I Co'ffre. and other
'i rro-iuee. fir th Ijwru .4TrATii. Con
"-n:. fH kin-Wof I, bind Produe solM-ted. Orders
Tttian line promptly attended to. 8-tf .-
p!UT?i!R. urgr BIC1SK1S.
.MELCIIERS A CO..
: W-rchaats and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oaho,
stie store comer of Kaah.unann aid Merchant sts.
J a-thre, on fc.vorat.tW terms for WhalTS Nils on the -d
Europe. . . . Jusy 1, ISAd-tf
S. N. EMERSON,
(Un. fhlrr In General Merchandise, Country Pro
sneh as Corn, Bean, IWianaa, Butter, Egg. -
- R. F. SNOW,
M friW h) General Merchandise, Honolulu. Onha,
II. HACKFELM At CO. ..
"""wo Areata, and Sfcip Charallers, Honolula,
. July 1. Ia5tf
CIIAS. II R EWER, 2d,
r-the BREWER. PLANtATIoS. Hwdulu. ll-tl
HORERT C. JANION,
ud C.unission Agent, HoooloJu, Oahu, 8. 1. Jy 1 t
f'tr. " " ' - '- th. c. mwrcM
Von HOLT A IIEUCK,
amission Mrcfunta. Hooolalu, Oahu, S. I. Jj 1-tf
ALEX, J, C ARTWRHiHT,
d Coouaiaaina lerchaata,aahtnrmna street M
- Jaly L lio-tf
PrBLISIIEI) WKKKI.V BV
HKSRV M. WlIir.VKY.
Dealer ia lny and Fancy Goods, Hotel street between Xauana
. and Mauuakea ztreet.. Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
CEOHCE (.'.HOWE, ,
Luniher Mercliaot. yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu mrta on
tUe lunclutrU pretnue. July l-tl
C. II. LE1VERS,
Lumber and building materials,Furt 5c Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN FLUIR COMPANY,
l-tf A. V. EVEKETT, Treasurer und Aent.
AGENT FOR THE
w l ork liaaril I'adrrwrilrr.
The undersigned takea h-j.xe to rn-tify Merclmnts, Ship Masters,
c, Uiat he haa been duly appointed as Agf nt for the
. Newiork Kuard of liiJ-rriur.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AE.T FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter Association.
The uiMleniime.1 ln, ..ave to n-ify Men hants, Ship owucrs.
and Shin nuiot:r, that he lias ret-eived the Hiiintmeiit oi
At KXT at these Ui.id I t the LlVEUt'OuL I NDKK
July lf KOUEUT C.J ANION.
A:K.T Foil LLOYD'S
The uiltrsicie.l Ih-v-b to notify to M-rchanlH. Ship owner ;trl
Shipmawer., that he haa recirirpd the H.intincnt of
A'. KXT at U,ec lsUul f .r MOVI'j LXimN".
J"l l-tf KOREKT C:. ANION.
ham ;irur:ji- :ri:mf.v
FIRI-: INSUU NTCKC)MPNV.
S . i,.v.. r - I r 4. .r,; to i...,;.r - i-K- - .;.si utc in :ul
Ui II ',.1
f -r j: rlV-;!j;r .t'.iJy at tit - -11
Ti-!. 11. 1S57.
Mi:. lcu::r & r-v.
T?f ?I 'T?!RIV lsrUA''R T'f.
:i !: i, ;r- .:tr-i ..-! , i ii-;.-.
::i -!r c-'rt-i:t ri' h!M ih pr-el-te.' .f If i-.!l.-Iu. t'nt : i; i-
9.-ou-nc- V Uie c fiti::u-d erveii i ..f 1 ir- an I hi'li .-n
.;il Ur el I i-r.-th -r i'i I'irr.-.r 'r--:i, ik ni-.r ri-! or, ;ir.i
I. t e-osifriiri in uic t- rn w't ' t k"n. nn-l rhr"- nlrflv
tai;f -Till ii-. t r-in jf. on the expiration of their t-rnn.
R-i:F.IST '. J AN I-IN,
3-"-f - Aseut f t th N-irtlx-rn A-wurniK Co.
'FIIE XtRTIIERTV SsrilANTK fOMP.
I nr. (. ial-lihed l:t.) V r Fire ami l.if- ' Assum-ire t
hoin and al-rt.
Cni'llnl i l.23ft.7fiO. Scrrltii-r. '
T!ie uiiil-Tiii: Iut4 ni.i'ife,l At fw (lie ?iin.lwirh
i-fi.-.n'N. n ;n:uT i ntim:K j anion.
T.p' . ii ......
E. lIOn-NCilLAEf-E!! .V STA PEMIORST,
A rul for Ihr
PARTS AND BORDEAUX BOARLS OF UNDER
WIS 4 1 ITBUC.
Aureur m-ififine-i Pari.s ct -1e Bor.iniis,
pr-ivienneiit lo puMlc en JnJrul et les Caii
t.tinoxde naTires marcli.-iniN l:ini,-Jt:.Ui tisHeiit
. Ir ports de co nomine, en p-irtieulit-r, j)ie Jrnis
twin les c-a il:iT:iri, fpn ri'iriipnt lieu ilnns cos
p--triije, ii .levroiit, fi'tre ron-f iter -t verifier
les ftits lev.int eux pf-ur l -iraliser leurs rJcla
ni-itioii9 cont re les il-ts aureiirs.
ol-tf EI. 1 1 o F FSC 1 1 L A y.ii E II Sf APENHOUST.
Agent f r llie Itremen hoiinl of rml-rwrilers. All averajre claims
am:n. the ai.l I iwitrwriter-'. .M-eurriiia in or abiait this
Kinvrlom, will have to be certified before him. July 1-tf
KIU'I.I, Ac .MOLL,
A5ntsofthe Ilain'mr; ni l Lubeck Unlerwriter, Honolulu,
OaJ.u, H. I. July 1, ISao-tf
HOVOU'Ll" MEDICAL. HALL..
U0CT 2t M KIUP.IN, iiurjr-."n, :c.,
Has reaio-eed t-i IV !tore lately ictx;ied by Pr. Lathrop, In
Que.-!. :re-i. wle-r: h b? refraHriy jppli'M with
MedieiiM-. Perfumery, tic . f the let :t.lity.
yr Family M.-dicin-.-s an 1 . Priori pti-jn car. fully prepared.
XJ" Me.li.-ine Chests examinfl an.l re lilted on r'a-sonaMe terms.
Atieiklanre at tie if..?e ft-in a. x. till r. M.. on week
day, and frm t 11 A. M. on S-tndays. At other times
a: his n-si-leiH-e. I rion treet. 11 1-tt
ciias. i. ;riLLor, ?i. o ,
Corner Kaahumanu and Merchant strK-ts, late Fur.wn fnitefl
States Navy. Conwilar PhysiiHn to sick American seamen.
IU-..leiice at Ir. AV.h1 Mansion, Hotel nrjut. Rcct
fuliyoff.Ts hi .rofesi.ifil services to n-sii-.-at f:i:ui".ies, to
the shi.plmr. and to sraipers ei-nerally. Me.lical and fur
. jriral ailvice in Eiu?!iiih, Fr.-nch Spanish, and Italian. Office
hours from 11 a. M. to i p. M., and from 4 to o P. x. At
otlier hours enouire at his residence. Jr 1-tf
Office and TVht ?VTf, Knahumnnrt Ptreef. opT-)ite Mafcee's
Mock. Ship's Meilicine rh-.i'ts r.-iitte.l, ami pr-oriptioiis
TJT n.rt,C"l , Ti.r, h-iwTand mwl-catcl IUths. at all h'-urs
'If . .
Physician aiid Snrsreo,., office in the pew druir store, adjoining
" the store of II. Haikfr ld & CV, tusen-tre-t. Jy 1-tf
J. E. I'll A H TI E R LA IN.
Attorney at Law. oniee corner of Kathumaiit an 1 Merchant,
trees up st.urs. llfe-6ni
J. W. A V ST IN,
ATTORNEY- ANI COI'NSKI.OIl AT lAW.
OTjce in Il inolula House, over the Pon Olnce. 65-0tn
II. PITMAN, . r . -.
Ship C handler and dealer in O-jtieral M.r.x-han Mse. Walakca Bay,
Keeps contantly on hand an extensive assortinunt of every
de-criptinn of itimhIs rcpiircl by whale nliips and .Uiers.
Shipping furnish.-! with fn-sh l-f. Ve-j. ,.-,l..-s, an.l all kinds of
liroceri.-s.HMd Pr u isi.rfis :c. at the shortest 11 ce, at Hie
verr I -t mark-jt pri'-es.
Best ra'-:!:t;es t r i' .ne of fr.-io 3 to 5!Kr h irrel. Hein2 near
the !.iii i;ng. frt- rr-.t:i tbalclied lj;l-linirs.
Wam. d. V1,:u.ts bin- the C. !. -r Em- -l: f r !.K-h in .t.ey
:il 1 .mi ren. eeil'U- .--miS.
Tiiis port irf-rs the safe! 1 " e nn mo iioqs sih n v-
H"- of . niv e.rt til the ILrraiian "!- "
tl'e-ir lilx-rtv with . tit lan- r of sting then, by le
ierti-m. No ardent spirits alt m'-J to be Soi l jy i-tf -
CULM AN & CO.,
Ship fhan ll-rs a i l Jv-al-rs in O -ncral Merchan lise,
L Ul A I N A, M A t I. II. I.
villus snp.lie.1 with r.-cruits. 0-.-I facilitl-.-s ft itorajje. Cash
fumi.lied it bills .f e-:ch ine, . i
tfhin Clindl"rs and Commission Merchants- and Il-rs j"
Ceneral Merchandise, L.hai.w. Muni. Wlwlers furni.'ied
with recruits at the shortest notice, in exchange f .r if. -Is
or Idlls. - - 1 34-tf
JOHN THOMAS WATER HOUSE,
Importer, WlnJesale al Retail Dealer in General Merchandise,
Honolulu, and Lahaina. Maul. 4-tl
. S. 1 1 1 F F MEYER.
Commismon Merchant, dealer in Ship Chandlery, and tVneral
Mercbamliv. Lahaioa, M.luU H. I. ehil furnished with
recruit. Whalers Bills wanted on the U. S. and f-tirope.
St.age- - . Jnly 1, lS56-tf
Dealer In General Merchawlise, HiK Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. July 1, lS56-tf
CHARLES W. VINCENT,
rOXTRACTOK AND P.riLDER. The onderslened woold in
f.m his friends and the public that he has taken ami
fitre. up the premises on Fort street, o.pite t Brewer
-r 2,1's Pwe. as a CARPENTER SHOP, and would solicit that
ws W ' liberally bestowed. All orders m
I?.' various branches of Building, Plans, pec,ficatim.s and
tracts, attended to with - d,'hENT.
N. B. liO-Ra. WISlVWASII.nd all other article, rr
taining to h.5 building, oimsUr Jy on hand and lor sate. 93-tf
ianulactorer and .lealer in' Tin, Sheet Iron, and Copper ware,
- Kaahumanu street, opposite J. C. Spelling's Honolulu, n.
Summer linkers. Tin and Copper Pumps, Bathuig Tubs.
For ami Shower Baths, Tin and Zinc Roofing, and a gen
eral assortment of Tir ware. Ship work xeeutert wiUi
neatness and dispatch. , '.. July 1, 1-tf
-V J. HAMMOND St I. LOUZADA, '
Arsnts for the Shipment of Foreign Seamen, over the store of
J. T. Waterhtttisa. Queen sirert. - Men supplied at the
' shortest notice. Pstronaee solicited, t iffioehonnt from 6 A.
at. till 4 p 51. - ' -.IH-"
Cabinet JUkr aud French Polisher, Hotel Suwt, oppoait !th
Onrernsaoii Rrosav - tt
HONOLULU, UAWAllAy ISLAJSD QUI Ol5LK til, MS.
! ' " '
i ' ..."
i ' ' . .
I - - - ' ' " '
i ; 45 6
! - . - . .
1 2 L3
.. 4' . ' 2
! 5 ' S
l- V : 6 s
RonixsoN & C : .
! .. . 7 2
! V L8 S
, V -
' ' ' :
!... -x n
- Sot. The large figures denote the No. of the Lots. The small
figures denote the froutage in feet. Lots marked L are only for lease.
Jstorts, Siofilinas, St., lo -'jCct.
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OP-
fiees in the r IKK PKitF llRU K Ut IU'IXU, comer or
Kaahumanu and Queen streeU, vie :
Tlie second flour, at present occupied by U. C. Waterman k Co.
The third Boor, over the office of Messrs. O. A. .V H. F. Poor,
Tlie itBce on the second floor, directly over the Savings Hank.
The Cellar of the a'Jove building, capable of storage of 1SO0
I'o-session given immediiiU-lv. Terms moderate. Apply to
ll'J-tf ; - CHA. BREWER, -jo.
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.
3J THE LARf.'E AND COMMODIOUS FIRE
rJ..f Store, on Kahutna :u street, lately occupied by
Mcsrs.. Krull k loll. Terms
given Imiuediat-ly Apple to
CIIAS. BREWEI5, 2d.
WITH POSSESSION FROM THE 1 t
rlii' of Ocuiler proximo MILK ESU CTTAfJE, the resi
.'XUK, deuce of I. II- Lui-e. The house cont.-tiiis parlor, fitting
room, three bed nmns, di-iing room, cook h-.u-e, bath house,
. . .1 1. . A ... I 1. . .. . .... .1.1 t 1. ..mL-itiitmii. ft r u
1 carriage !! i-.'e, i'.t ....u- j
I family. Wafr from the government pipes carried to every part
J of the house.
Also t bout ono acre of excellent griing latnl, with a never
' f . li.. ti-e.110 of water run-iinii tlirouili the same.
H7tf Apply to o. n. LUCE
j ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRE-
V?igf mis.-8 her.-t fore occupied by G. W. Macy as a private
4L residence, a-Ijoininir Mr Moniguniery's garden, on Smith
Brid"e and eight mtnu es' walk of the wharf. The houses con
sist of a larv-e p irl-sr, with a splendid view of Nuuanu A'alley, a
dining ronv, fair ood bed ro ms, pmtry, cook bouse and well.
Th" garden is well stocked with ftuit trees, and the situation is
cool nicturesoive and salu'-rlous. A family will find it h most
deir!le residence. Inquire of
.. - -t. r T .wmW IIDr!ICt'8
near the corner of Kine and Manna Kca streets, formerly
hr f W. Vioeent. asa carpenter's shop and lum
ber varil, and niore reo-ntly by Messrs. II. C lonanl A: t.'o.,
.- i.wl tmildimis lclng on sai l premises, fit t a carpenter s
tride or storage purposes. For terms apply to -
iruieor.- 1 ivm. PFLrGER.
HS-tf . H. ILickfcld k Co.'s
TO LET. .
1 COMMODIOUS CO 1 1 r' " '"-
'tel street, directly opposite the residence of Captain B. F.
Snow. Apply to , lUS-tf R. GILLILAND. .
. TO LET, -t!THBDlCORROXPREMISES.IXTIIE
''' best of repair, with half an acre of irround. enckise.1, ad
tlj Joining the British Consulate, on BeretanU street In
quirTrf lUl-tf) , . H. W. McCOLOUTBT.
, -. TO LET, "
THE BOARDING IIWtaE ia 1 ii
' " " ti ... M tk. 4 haul
rear of the "White ttorse linn, w,. - 1-" "
rooms, all furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
TO LEASE, , ...
yMTiif; FIRE-PROOF STORE AT PRE
sent occupied by Messrs. Krull k Moll. , Possession
.givenonUstoext month. BKKM.
j.0a-v.1a rvnp.n the
lain House one of ths most convenient in town cap.
nUJi ble of storing about 400 tons.
f nnnlre of
h . m. wnrrNEY.
Tn SALE OR TO LET, ...
M THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
.- - FOR SALE OR TO LET.
TWO NE 4T COTTAGES on Merchant street,
cniivenl-nt for small famllieN and handy to the business
ee simide. Apply to. . .- Blacksmith.
o--tf .... .- ;.: - ' ,
ROOMS AND HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
KUV 8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
S4f Merchant strswt, no ths JUiyaJ BoUl
I L 10
T W O NE W . N E AT. WELL-FINISH ED
Cottaees, with outbuildings complete, near the Metuoai.-l
Emscoual Church. Altlv to
100-tf J. T. WATERU0USE.
TO LET, '
milE COTTAGE AND PREMISES IN LA-
. .rv 4 . 1 A.. I..- I,- Th. l.iiilflini.
Is 22 by 30 feet, wi;h veranilahs in front and rear, and pantry,
servants' house, cmk house, batli hou--, and other outhuililimrs.
On the premises are several very suiierior grape vines in full
bearing. Apply to J. T. WATKRII-.USK, Honolulu,
100-tf Or to 11. IICKI?ON. Lahaina.
FOR SALE OR LEASE. .
THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
.... . r- 1 , . ... 1 . ... b.u...
A verie-rg. r.s) , cirner or jiiik mm .nau-m.rn nn .
Immediate p esi-.m cm be given if reqninit. For
terms apply to &d-tf FLO REX 3 ST A PEMIORST.
THE TWO STORES RECENTLY
erected in F-wt "tre., I1eii Kimf and Merchant sts.
Parties wishio'.' t-i lease can h ive them fitted to suit by
early application. For terms, please apply to
'sv'THE FOLLOWING OFFICES AND
ROOMS, in the brick buiMine, corner of Queen and
Ul Kaahumanu streets, generally known as the Maker &
Anthon hufl line, viz. : - '
The second floor, at present occnpiwl by Dan. C. Waterman,
The thin! floor over Messrs. Al .rich & Bishop, suitable for
The clffice on the second floor, (lately occupied by J. Makce,
The cellar of the above building, capable of storage for 1,600
barrels. 1 Apply to
6fl!tf BREWER. 2n.
. . . nn, m. K.... l ilul. .w.,nt.wt hv Vincent
S.W ut.1. " nuiioo.. . .--
Orenicr, on Nuuann Street, directly opposite Merchan,
Street. The lower part is fitted with counter, shelves
c. ; uniier part fine sleeping rooms, and fine cellar under same.
11 .. . 11 CO . . . '
TO LF.T-One-half of the Loft in large Stone Warehouse
on Marine Street ; and sue-half of the Cellar under same.
A pply to f 31-tf) a. I-. r. r.iu,ii.
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commorlious residence in Nuuanu A'alley, about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to .
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf W. U GREEN.
FFICE TO LET. The front Office over the Post
office. Enqnrreof (54-tij m- hi.i.
CORNER XUUANTT AND HOTEL STREETS.
THIS WELUKXOWX ESTABLISHMENT
ofTers superior inducements to Seamen and the public gen
erdly. The Table will be supplied with the best of fare, and the
Sleeping Apartments provided with all the conveniences of toilet.
Rn rsl. '
. " find 1 per Week.
2 to 4 per Week,
XT In connection with the establishment. Officers and Seamen
can be procured at short notice. v
JOHN G. LEWIS, Proprietor,'
115-3m . and LtcssHrn 8hippi50 Agist.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO
notify his friends and the public that he has re -opened his
establishment on King street, near the Bethel, where he always
will be ready to accommodate Boarders by the week or single
meal. I114-3mj . J. KUHLMAN.
MECHANICS' CHEAP BOARDING HOUSE !
ON KAAHUMANU STREET, IN FRONT
f Roderick's RestauranU
Breakfast at - - " ' f4 Al M.
Dinner at - - - - ' Noon.
Supperat - -. 6P.M.,.
XT Terms 5 per WreeV. 113-5m
" . FLOORING. .
VFXLOW PINE 1 1-4. AND SPRUCE 7-8
Tougued and grooved Flooring, .
Court Ilorsi. Square
I L 31 -L 30 S
(tsUk for alf.
Valnablc Ke.il Estate for Sale!
DEN. silu ited on the Waikiki Road, two mih.-s out
of Honolulu. The premises contaiu about w '
ACR .S of well fenced land. Dwelling Hou-e, and all other ne
cessa y out-houses. There is also a itr -at variety of fruit trees
Peac u s. Apples, Cherry, Apricot, Nectarine, Mulln-rry. Mango,
Quin -e, and a variety of native fruit, Cocoauuts, etc. There are
live dsh ond3 on the premises, containing about 20.000 fish, of
which one fourth are fit for use. The pnmls are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain w ter. The land is all in pood
cultivation, and lwunde with Shade Trees of every description
nda:ted to this climate- Persons desirous ol purchasing, would
110 well to can am examine irr.Te pn.-unses.
Terms easy. Title fee simple. -F.ir
particulars, inquire of R. V. SPErPEX,
- On th premises 5 '
Or A. J. . CARTWRIGHT,
- 11 Mf Honolulu.
Coffee Plnnlnl ion Tor Sale !
TnE CELEBRATED ,
.TITCO.MTl COFFRE PLANTATION,
AT IIANALEI, KAUAT, .
Is offere l for sale. The Land of the Plantndon comprises op
wards of lOSO Acre,, and has upon it AO-OOO Cflfire
Tree, The land is well adapted to the cultivation of suirar
mne. Tlv estate is unencumbered, and will be sold by Fee
Simple Title. For full twirticulars and terms' of sale, inquire of
. 0 ,1- vtpin
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE CORAL STORE ON THE COR-
'ti'h nerof Merchant and Kaahumanu streets occupied bv
. UJL Dr. JlcKinbin. P.esslon eiven on the first of Ansrast
next. The premises are 30hy60feet. and will be enclosed if
lenired, and the house pnt in good order. If sold, the terms
will be made easy. Inquire of ' ' .'
Honolulu, July -26, 1858.. lOT-tf. ASHER B. BATES.
-.. FOR SALE.
THE D W E LLI NR PR EM IS ES formerly
ieomring to Roliert G. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wool's and Charles Bishop's residences. .
Terms easy. Apply to
61-tf .- APnER B. P TES.
' FOR SALE.;
THE HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED ON
Waikiki Plains, at present occupied ny tne unaersigneu.
Terms liberal. Apply at this Office, or to ;
90-tf . . JUII LUKU.
, DAIRY FARM FOR SALE.
STIIE DAIRY FARM AT K4 WAIHAE
IKA. Hawaii, seven miles from the port of Kawaibae,
with 600 acres of enclosed land. For particulars inquire
Cf - JAMES A. LAW. in Honolulu. '
102-tf Or L. B. LINCOLN, on the premises.
LAND FOR SALE OR LEASE.
XIIK " FOWLER FARM. situated In Fa
1 lo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-seven acres.
Terms low.- Inquire of , : s
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
nonoluin, A pril 28, 1957. ' . - : - 44-tf
'"tr A T.1T A sllYF. PREMISES.
FOR SALE OR LE ASE for a terra of years,
the Store Premises now occupied by the underleriel.
l5-tf B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
srcvrxe-D .v. Cl.ir.lDI.P. .: HII I.nlVfiS
and houe lots, situated on different parts of Mauna Kea
.-treet. H.niolulu. Tenre very moilcmte. For Informa
tion, etc., apply to 100-tfl J- W. MARSH.
if. n. an A n A if.'
COOPER AND GAUGER.
TTIE OVERSIGNED havfng recenfly purchased the
Coiperage formerly occupied by C H. Butler corner of
Queen and Fort streets. Is now prepared to execute with dispatch
ail orders that he mav be favored with atthe above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the " Royal Hnt-1." .
Ship Agents and Master are respectfully invited to eall and
examine his Urge and desirable assoruneut of Casks. Barrels,
T:s"b.M00 barrels casks on hand and for rale os th most
reasonable terms ". fia-tf
; " FINE WHITE SHIR I S
CRTONS FINE WII'TESIIIRTS.LINEK
Nisoius, collars aad wristbands, for tfbv
- Bjf C. A. At fiu rVUB. -
SIX DUI.LAKS i'UU AXXL'M.
i roL. Ill, . 11. WIIULU .. 121.
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
FlIf E SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their friends
M. onipBiaaurs, and the pulilic generally, that they will be
hPlT. at all times, to greet them at their New Shop on cor
ner of Fort and King atreets. All orders with which they may
be favored, will be thankfully received and promptlyattended to.
CT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GCAQINQ.
N. Ii. Terms moderate.
JAMT3 L. LEWIS.
8S-lf 0K0l;r.S W. X0RTOX.
SITIPSMITH AND GENERAL BLACKSMITII,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOR
former patronage received while at his old shop, oppo.
site the Cnstmn House, and at the same lime notify Shipmasters
and the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoining
Messrs. Brass It Km mis, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he Is prepared to execute all kinds of
work in his liue on the most reasonable terms. In a workman
like manner, and with dispatch. TC-tf
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO., .
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
Xm. anil arc prepared, with their presort improvements, to -supply
raen-ha.uta and families w!t!i hard and soft soap also,
neats foot oil.
X7 And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease. - 63-ly
nrilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENGAG-
1 . etl the services of an experienced Upholsterer, Is now pre.
pared to make to unler Spring Reds, Hair, Pulu and Itay Mat
tresses, Spring LounsM, &c. OM Sofas, Lonnges, Ottomans and
Chairs repaired and re-covered on reasonable terms. Furniture
of all kinds made to r.r.ler.-
Koa, black walnut, pine and lail Colitis constantly on hand
and made to order. CIIAS W. FOX, Cabinet-maker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel St., near corner of Fort.
WILLIAM MANN, BAKER,
BEG " LEA VETO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
and the public, that he has lately opened a BA&ERY la
King street, next door to the Center Market, nearly nnpnit
the Bethel, where mav be had at ail times, FRESH BREAD,
PASTRY and CAKES. He will also keep an ass-r m -et of
Groceries. All that he sells will be of the best quality that can
be procurei. in the market.
N. B. Ship Bread dried and repacked. lll-4ai
CA51PENTER AND BUILD ETA,
Fort street, opposite the store of Sams'.ng & Co.
ALL WORK in his line done with dispatch and at the
lowest possible rates.
Johbine done at short notice. '
XT Call and see. - 77-ly
LADIES' SIDE LACE GAITERS
Ladis' fnxed Francais gaiters,
do velvet slippers,
- -An fancy boskins, -
Misses' fancy gaiters,
Meu's Oxford ties,
do patent leather gaiters,
' do - glove top do.
114tf -C. A. n. F. POOR-
EX " GOLDEN STATE."
nnilE ENTIRE CARGO F LUMBER RE-
M eently arriveil by the above schooner from Uumbuldt, con
sistiog in part a follows :
05 M 1-Inch Northwest Boards;
5 M 1-Inch Redwood do;
37 M Scantlintr, assorted sizes. '.
8utf For sale by GEO. G. HOWE.
FRESH CAROLINA RICE,
English lie Fruit,
English Sauces, assorted,
Macaroni and Vermicelli,
Fresh IVunes in Glass Jars. ,
Brandy Peaches ami Cherrlts,
Per Yankee," for side by
115-tf C. L. RICHARDS CO.
:' It. K. HaiTcy,
HOUSE, SHTP.STGV & ORNAMENTAL PATNTER,
- KIXO STREET, HEAR FORT, HOyOLVLU.
ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LINE
will be executed with dispatch, and In a style second to
. sT JOHNSON",
nOUSE CARPENTER, &c,
KiyG STREET, S EARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL,
RESPECTFULLY INTIMATES THAT
he is prejKirud to execute any work in the above line, and
hoes to merit a she-re of public patronage. 102-tf :
' HONOLULU ,
AMBROTTPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
and PHOTOGRAPHS. TH. W. FROEKE,
105-tf Successor of II. Stangenwald,
ONEIN A - VARIETY OF STYLES
neatly and sntwtantially, and on fair terms. Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, kc. bmr.d to orcler. Wortfollos, Scrap
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, made to
onler, officers nf ships can have their Navigation and Log
Books atid Charts, bound and repaired, at the Mission Office,
Kawaiahao. OM Rooks rebound it slinrt notice.
Orders mav also be left at II. M. WHITNEY'S Book
store, Honolulu. SAMUEL RUSSELL
July 1. lSSo-tf- . "
THE HONOLULU" IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED Is now prepared to repair or
aianoiacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forging and smith work.
Cart boves,.forge backs, anvils ic. on band and made to
tmn and and best quality of smith's coal for sale. ' -Also
one CNCellent small sir-ed sutrar mill with copper train
omiU-te, adapted Ui cither horse or water power. ,
2-tf D. M. WESTON.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, &c.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNE, BRUCII,
Foucher A- Co ;" pale sherry. hrk, clarets of different
brands. French liqueurs, (assorteil.) Swiss absynthe, Hamburgh
bitters, fruit syrups, (a-sorted.) cherry cordials, raspberry vin.
egar, gin, real Hollands, dark and pale brandy. schnnpts, pale
ale. For sale by (gd-tfl KRLLL k MOLL.
E1U DE COLOGNE. In chnra. bottles, do eighKor.
ner bottles. Lubin's extract. Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Pomatum, etc., etc.
... . . . For sale by
COCO NUT OIL.
4 FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR SALE
In quantities to suit, at -103-tf
GEO. C. MCLEAN'S STORE, Nuuanu it.
ON HAND. AND TO ARRIVE PER Sr
ren," 20 tierces choice Sugar Cured Hams, fnr sale by
HC-tf : . . J. C. SPALDING.
G Qsieesi's) Platce. Syslstey.
XT Reference to Wi L. Grbex. Honolulu, 8. 1. 104-Cm
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
. . ... Hakodadi, Japan. -
ALL Kinds of Fresh Provisions f irnished also. Ship's
Stires and Ship Chandlery, AT bosolcxc prices.
Whalemen's Drafts taken, kc. ' 71 -ly
W5i; II. KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AIERCIIANT, -
. , . ; --. - TAHITI,!.-:
Will supplv ships with provisions, A;e., and advance money c.n
favorable terms for bills on the United States. 43-ly
.. ' W. BIJTLEU,
CUSTOM HOUSE fc COMMISSION AGENT
.. : ' MASGONUL NEW ZEALAND.
rr Sbinpi'ii: supulied r the mot ressonable terms. ' Lat.
36-0 long. 173-38.E .
A'flli. C. WOODRUFF,
SnTPCII ANDLER. STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AG EXT. Goods bought and sold oa eom
misin. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest notice.
Comer of Qckes's Road and Pornxcsa strRet, IIeMgkeait
--Tr Ret-rs to Thomas Srcscnt, A. J.. CaatvM6BT. J. C.
Sfilpisc. Honolulu, Sandwich Isiftnds. 10-t-ly
" " RED WOOD.
ASUPERWI"' LOT OFEOARDSaa4 CLAP
BOARDS, for sal-by T
id Pereie isitereateel
the Pa cI3c Ocean.
Omca or tri P!m RtaJtoAD Covratr.
Nrw York. JabM. 1867. f
e-yr The Pnsraa Rail -Road Company takeethia meth''-t -Qjj
of informing Utose intereMel la the Whaling ba.4
77r ness, of the advantages offered by the Railroad
a-ross the Itthmas of Panama, for the shipment of
Oil from the Pacifie to the United States, and fur ending otil
fi's and supplies from the United States to Panasm.
The Railroad has been in regular and successful operation fir
more than two years, und its capacity f-jr the trans porta don ia'
every deeeription of nirrchandt , fnelud:tit OH, Provisions, ke., .
has been fully tested. The al'.ection of several Captains ei
whalta'uips has recently been turned to te abject of shippini:
tlieir oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
'and the Panama Rail-Road C'empanr has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the aeeo.! '
plishinent of this important object. A Pier, e&Ofeet lone, b
been built In tic bay of Panama, f the end of whkA Freigh;
Cars are run 10 receive cargoes from lighten or vessels lylnx'
ftlongslde, tn-i deliver the same alongside of vessels st Aspln
wall. Vessels of from 200 to 300 tens eaa Us at the Pier with
, safety, grounding In the mud Rt low :.
The vessels ti and from Aspinwall sj fast-sailing brigs, be
longing to the RaU-Road Company, and the Company It pre
pared tn receive oil a Panama and deliver It to Near York -under
ihreagh Bill mf Laella at, the rate of seven
cents per gallon, if received at the Pier, and eight cents per gal
lon If received in the harbor from ship's tackles, charging f--r
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. Toe
whalebctie, ece ajid oue-htif eeaU per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to New York, in cn
the oil Is sent through the Sitperinttndcnl or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Ctrupany, Insurance excepted. Th
freights may be made payable on tit Isthmus pr in New Ycrk
at the option cf the shipper.
The vessels of the Cotapany sail refills rljr semi-monthly, and
the average passages to and from Asplo waft are about twenty ro
twenty.five days. The time occupied In crossing the Ishmus Is
four hours. Oil, during Its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with cauvus, or conveyed In covered cars, and ewnrs
may be assured that every care win be taken to prevent leaks 7.
Several cargoes have already lieen conveyed to New York wiV.t
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other eoodt eonslgned fnr tranaportstloo to the Duper.
tr.tendent of the Panama Rail-Road Company, or to W lllla nt
Nelisass, Commerclsl Agent of the Company st Panama, nt.'.
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hauks has been appointed Agent at lion?
lulu. Sandwich Islands, and is prepared to furnish erery requisl'e
Information to shippers.
JOS. T. JOY, Secretary ?
FaTfrrjc Im Haskl, . A
Agent Panama R. R. Co., Honolulu H. t." M-lgm
CAPT. ROBERT nROTTA
VI1 A LING GUN. PATENT BOMB LANCE.4
AND GUN HARPOONS.
AFTER aKVERAL YEARS LABOR AND
exH.-runenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, wiMi
hi apparatus, combined with Ae advantage ot being a praetir: I
whaktiiatk the Patentee has tieen enabled to obtain an instru
ment iu form of a Bomb Lanoe, which for utility and effective
ness ram be excelled.
The attention of ArcaU and Officers of whal-hips ia call d
to the following testunoniais.. v. ... ...
Sa FRArrsco, January 10, I860.
CrT. R. Bnos S. 1 take this opportunity to Inform
you that we used those Bomb Lances we bought of jrott ai. i
found them to be of great oc.u-Ct In eapturlns; whale imonrt
the Ice. ... .
The first whr.l- t'j t we n'-id Ue Bomb Lance en was killed
in the following manrer .The boat went alongside of the whalq
and the bnat-steerer fired a Bomb Into him and then fastened lo
him with a gig Iron 1 the Bomb was heard to explode, and the
whale did not blow after the Bmib exploded. The above-mi-.-..
UiKied whale was In the Ice, and it Is our opinion that we shod 1
not have got that whale and many others that we did get, tf ft
hvl not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully reoommcnl
them to the attention of those tilling out whale ships.
Tnoxs Wall, it aster bark George.
- Hosoi.n.c, March 17, 185H.
- Caft. Robert Browr Mp dear Sir t I used your Bon'
Lances in taking a wli&Ie, Dorth, t!- past seosou, which mat) -250
bbl. of oil. We never could lisre uken him without sni i
Lances, as our boats could not get nenr enough to use the crc
mou hand lance.
Yours Respectrclty, : ; J
G. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia. .
HosoLrLr, March 15, 185d.
Crr. Robert Browk Dear Sir t I take this opportunity
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the shlo
Herald, and found them effective in taking whales, and woul I
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the Ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales by yov.i
Guns and apparatus. .- ,
. Lsaao iuu, Master ship Herald.
Otlier testimonials can be seen by calling on the undersigned.
Agents, who have C e Guns, D-anb Lances and Harpoons Itr
14-tf . B. COADY at CO., Honolulu.
II. F. SA'OW
FFERS FOR SALE. In lots to suit purekaaerf , tit
the lowest pncci, tne Kiuowmg merchandise
Grey merino shlrtt, '
Corah Handkerchiefs, '
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
White " "
Red flannel - ' '
Women's white cotton hose,
White and grey merino draw Vs
Check linen shirts, '
--- - " " White L B shirts. ' r
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brows felt bats. ,
'Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers,' White linen handkerchiefs-
Baals Maul Shora, '
Calf Congress boots,
, v .? En'md leather Conrresa boots.
C racer lea,
, Assorted pickles, half gala,
Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, doves. Fine cut tobacco, ia tin foil.
' Saserier Rlatk Tea, '
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackrrs,
., -.- . Naval Stare.
Manila whale line,
Paitit oil, turpentine,
Pure and extra white lead.
Russia, cordage, assorted alies,
Manila cordage, assorted tUf,
Cut naila, lanterns,
Copper boat naila. -
, . Terdwpria, ' , , , '
1 French bedstead, , .
Cherry hoards, ' .
. Wrapping paper, , . ,
Ilammera, . ...
No 1 and 2 solar lamp chla&et
. Sheath knives.
Sheaths and belts.
Boiler iron, '
Irou bedsteads, ,
Solar side lamps
Pocket knives, .
Cork Screws, ; . .-
Drab office chairs,
Walnut cane seat chairs,
Uiugbam buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue banting.
Sbmtm mmd Palar Oil. Ace.
1 Bratra' Wfaallaa; Gasj mm Iraaa.
latlia Rahker Haae, fcriaelaaaal 1 latch
Bras Ilaae Plaea, Lea el Plaa.
aVe, . eVe, . tr . . 93-tf
: To Whalemen ! I
GW. MACY would reipectfully solicit the same rc-
trnnage heretofore enjoyed by the old Arm of Macy ft
Law, at the established Depot for Whalemen's Supplies, at K
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef. Maltaa. Park, Paul try, and also the ccSo
brated KAWAIUAE POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, acd In
quicker time than at any other port at the Islands. Alt bf
sold by me will be warranted to keep tn any climate.
XT So charge made on Inter-island exchange. " -72-tr
0. W. MACY.
Wool, Goat Silas, Iiitcs,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by - (ol-tQ - - - J. C. SPALDING.
ESI CASH MARKET PRICE, by
ERCIX h jVOLL.
, .NOTICE. " ' '
MASTERS OF SHIPS VISITING THE
AVJA port of Honolulu, in want of SEAMEN, will fled it to their
advantage to eaH at the office of GRAHAM At MARKHAM,
where can be found whole crew at the shortest notice. Ap
proved security given for the amount advanced to aesxea
until outside of the reef. From past experience and strict atten
tion to our business, we hope to be aMe to give eattemcUon.
. . . i JAMES GRAHAM. '
118-to . WILLIAM A. MARKHAM.
' SHIPPING OFFICE. " "
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVIJTO TAKEX
tbe Office attached to the - Sailors' Home," wtU pmeurs
Ocers and Men for whaling and other vssiils, at abort notes,
and will endeavor to rive 1 . afastkm to all who may favor hipj
with their bualnes. , GRO. WILLIAM J, "
i ' " Llcaneed 8btppitC Arent.
. Honolula, Sept 1, MM. llMt, ., " 1
AlVCnORS CHAINS CORDAGE, if.
75 Coils Manilla, 1 to i Inch. . . - . . .
50 w Russia tarred Kope, H to 7 do.,
"" r ' Anchors, weighing from 1T0A to 200 Ibfc, -
- tV 8 Cham Cabaca, U inch, 70 fatbnaaa each, t..- .
Iv. ,-v-vr -; -i. , ..
, 5 of beat pattern Snipe' Cahooeea patenter 185a, , A
16 Cabin Stoves, for coal or wood
For sale low by - - (14-tf) J. C. SPALDISG
" - . - . . -
- BLANK EXCHANGE ! r -n ...
ERCH tlTM AND WHAtCai Rxcbaaf
iak. ia Mt. far aaea. U M mw doaaa. -
tut u, U. HaiTMT.
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