Newspaper Page Text
i i -
Commercial r Advertiser.
Makaira Cwremnm at case.
daTrn in tho State of
Maine, who lias oar thanks for his attention,
henHs as a Jpj of the Maine Ikangelist for
Aaznet 7. 1858, puhlinhed at Lewiston, .Maine,
mntainine a. muitJa of letters from Rev. J . S.
a x . -
Creen, who, it wouW appear, has again entered
the arena, with qafll in MnJ," to overhaul the
movements of the Polynesian, Commercial, et ce
tera. We extract so much of the letter of April
22 as is of local interest,' which will probably be
read with quite as much interest here as in the
corner of the United States where Erst published.
Makattao, Mai i, Uawaiiax Islands, .
'- ' April 22.1, 1858 ,f
Nearlj one-third of the year has ptaaed away,
vet I have not spoken through your columns to
my friesi in Maine. . Let me commence at once
by telling you of the state of things at Hawaii,
and in the Pacific, so far as I know of anything
new or interesting. If space and time allow, I
may then leap the Rocky Mountains, and talk
with yoa of things pertaining to our common
Of things pertaining to this group of islands I
have nothing very striking to communicate. I
feel something of the same interest in Hawaiian
politics that Fused to do at home, to wit : an in
terest in having good men chosen to represent the
people in the balls of legislation. I taaght my
people the value of the ballot-box, the way to use
it, and the importance of choosing good men and
true to aid in enacting laws for the good of the
nation. I always give them my example go to
the annual election. I also unite with my peo
ple in instructing our representative as to the
measures which we wish him to support ; and
when any important measure is before the house
during the session f the Legislature, I unite with
the people in petitioning for or against, as the
case may be. . " In the peace thereof Bhall ve
have peace," I regard as addressed to us, who
' are toiling for the good of the Hawaiian race. I
suppose we of tha mission are much as was Dan
iel into foreign land. We cannot but feel an in
terest, deep and strong, in whatever pertains to
the temporal and eternal welfare of our people.
I have some fear of a c Jlision between the lla
waiia& government and Young America at Hono
lulu, the metropolis of the Islands.-" Each has a
weekly paper. Of the Polynesian, the govern
inent organ, 1 have spoken heretofore ; and I will
only add that it retains its worthless character,
anJ lias little influence excepting with a few who
are determined to sustain governmental measures,
right or wrong. The Commercial Adcrrtistr is
the mouth piece of Young America. It is a taste
fully got up sheet, and might be a useful one had
it a responsible and talonted editor. It bas no
editor, but a proprietor. It is exceedingly sharp
Minted to the faults of government, and severe in
it criticismsof ministerial obliquity. Only when
the Lord Jesus was on trial, you know, were
I lerod and Pilite as one. So with the Polynesian
awl the Commercial. When the cause of Christ
must be stabbed, the Litter can borrow a vile ar
ticle from the former: But politically these pa-,
I ppTs are antipodes, are calling each other hard
1 name, much after the fashion of papers with
! It seems that there was a great struggle at
Honolulu, at the last election, between govern
ment and Young America. The result was that
government was beaten, and great was the boast
ing of the Contmnxial. I think the governmental
candidates were much the beet' men J I should
have voted for them in preference to the ones
chosen. And yet I fear that the course pursued by
the chiefs in regard to the election, was anything
but honorable. It is said tL they tried to con
trol the election at several plaev. 'Lreatening to
turn from office every one who rei:3ed to vote
their ticket. It is even said that the king threat
ens to take from the people their constitution,
unless the Legislature shall favor all his views.
I hope he has made no such threat. He may be
advised to do so by some of the creatures who
stand about him ;" but I cannot think that he
will do so Glish a thing- I have some fears that
there is to be no meeting of the Legislature. It
has ben postponed till Mav, which is near at
hand, but nothing is said of the meeting of late.
Cot-tnercialbj, things are much as usual, more
prosperous than it was feared they might be. I
do not hear of any particular embarrassment
among ns, connected with the depression at home."
Theremay be after a tiron. " How so many lner
chants manage to live and keep above water at
nr metropolis, I am unable to explain. I fear
there is tr much truth in the allution of a ship
master, who, in defending himself aud fellow ship
matters against the charge of Dr. Gulick, that
most of the ships in the Pacific are moral pest
houses," a thing which can 1 proved by many
witnesses, boasts of Imilding up -your fair
town," pointing to Honolulu, where he then was,
and continuing to sustain it by their periodical
visits." Alas, if Honolulu is t't be sustained by
i men who have the charge of the most disjusting
moral pest houses. Better that it should return
to its character of a small, filthy fishing village,
than to be built with the gains of pollution and
xhame. -1 believe it is admitted by all that, with
the exception of a" single paragraph, the sailor
is given to every crime," the doctor's charges are
true to the letter. Sodom was doubtless sustain
1 by the gains of ungodliness." I hope this may
nt long be true of Honolulu, if it has hitherto
In r.-Lition to ajrimlture I am happy to report
a gradual improvement. There are many draw
hacks to successful labors of this kind, such as
the ravages of the cut-worm, and lately of the
-ati?rpilLir, difficulty of procuring seed, and the
want of a reliaMo market. Wheat and corn can
lie raised ; beans also, and other vegetables,
though never without difficulty, arising from the
frequent visitation of the cut-worm. If a crop is
-cured it must lie disposed of at once at some
rate, or gifen over to the tender mercies of the
weevil. Hence the difficulty of keeping seed.
Corn cannot be kept anv considerable time, and
wheat only by being left in stack, where it is at
tacked by rats and mice, which have become very
. numerous. So much of our wheat at Makawao
; was destroyed in this way the List winter, that
there was a scarcity of seed, and several hundred
, bushels were sent np from the flouring mill.
. Those who took of this for sowing, were to re
' turn, after harvest, three bushels tor one, an ex-
orbitant demand, and absolutely ruinous to any
one who took any considerable quantity on thooe
terms. Last year there were more than 15,000
bushels of wheat sold at Makawao to the flouring
mill company. I fear there will not lie as much
raised this year, as the want of rain in some
places, and the destruction by the worm, are
darkening the prospects of our farmers. The sea
son for corn and bean planting has not yet ar
rived, nor do I know of any considerable seed on
the islands. The island of Oahu has token the
lead in com producing, but I learn that this
branch of agriculture is being abandoned for feed-
; ing cattle.
. A good deal of attention is. being paid to the
cultivation of fruit. - Peaches, oranges, figs and
gnavas are becoming plenty. All these are now
growing in plain sight of my study window, near
which 1 write you. 1 have also the cbirimoya,
from Peru, or the custard-apple, a delicious fruit,
and the citron; also the coffee. The tamarind
grows well in some localities, also the grape.
This, atLahaina, where the beat is great, is very
fine. The breadfruit and the ooooanut do well at
Labaina ; also the yam and the sweet potato. In
tny own neighborhood, at the base and np the
side of Haleakala, we have strawberry, rasp
Ijerry and the. ohelo, a species of, the whortle
berry. The cape gooseberry grows abundantly
all about the house and in the pastures. The to
mato is easily raised, and is an excellent fruit.
The ohia, or Hawaiian apple, is a juicy but rather
insipid fruit ; and whether we shall succeed in
raising the American apple remains to be seen
We are trying the experiment at various places,
but ns vet with no favorable results.' I have
lately received from a gentleman at Honolulu
some acorns and seed of the pine, which we have
; planted, some in our garden, and some on the
sides of the mountain, and in the region around.
I much desire to ses growing on our Hawaiian
noil som-i of the olJ companions of my childhood,
the oak, the "pine, Ce maple, elm and beach. ' I
think some or all of these will yet adorn the
mountains and plains of Hawaii, but not in my
1 p-ive yon these items, 3Ir. Evangelist, for Ihe
ratification of our friends the farmers, who rend
voor columns. I feel a strong sympathy -with
the cultivators of the soil eyerywhere, and espe
cially r.n thf inland, where the American plow
and other implements of husbandry have been but
recently introduced, and where they are begin
ning to be appreciated by native Hawaiian.
The scythe, except for cutting weeds, we shall
seldom need, as we need no dry grass for our cat
tle or horses ; but tho cradle, the sickle, and even
the reaper, have already been introduced, and are
doing .well. You may say to your faruii ig
readers, that we are satisfied fully so, that Maui,
the island from which I write you, will produce
wheat, oats, i-arley (rye we have not tried,)
vrn. henna, nean. notatoee. Irish and sweet, su
gar cane, and the fruits of which I have spoken
above. I have not included in this list the kalo,
of which poi is made, and which is the main sup
port of the chiefs and people of the islands, but
which I hone will one day eive way to the healthy
and decent article of wheaten bread.
Yours in much love and regard.
, ' J. S. Greex.
THE BEST ASSORTED;
STOCK IN TOWN!
TO BE SOI.D REASONABLE,
New Fire-proof Store on the Wharf,
oppositx kakex and anthox's block. ,
M T. T
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANT,
HAS JUST RECEIVEU. s-Eit. -msiiiiA,"
ENGLISH and AMERICAN GOODS choice as-
Also, per late arrivals, a large quantity ot
Saddler fixing, including whole Bidet, Enameled Leather, and
furniture tuc damages.
Silk Umbrellas, Uneo Handkerchiefs,
SO earns blue Cottons,
BaOes heavy Denim, Blanket,
Hollow Ware, . T
35 eases Caff Brogans, Cp Brogans, Boot,
A good variety of English Shirt, Blue Shirts,
Hata of vsrious styles.
Print, new pattern,
Steamboat Iron, Coilina' Axe,
ftlk Handkerchief, colored and black,
Wot Coats, fine Kersey Pants,
White Linen i'ants. Moleskin Pant,
Cheap Pant, Satinet Pant. Hickory Shirts,
Hosiery, Drawers and Undershirt,
Cotton I mbrellas, 1 ' '
Black Ijtre Fall.
bilk Velret, Kibbons. black Silk Il-lkf,
Cambric Handkerchiefs, .
Brown Cotton, brown Drills, Woe Drills
Willow Wagons and Banket Ware.
Victoria Lawns, Sewing Cotton, Cutlery,
Am m very Lare Variety m Of her
107-tf JOIIX THOMAS WATERHOC8E.
lFfers for sale,; at the lowest
' market rates, a large assort! lent of Good, recently receiv
edfrom Saa Fraaciace and Llverpaal Among them
' Brown cottons.
White cottons, shirtings.
White cotton drill, madapolams, '
Fancy drill, printed cords, two-Mo print,
. Furnitnre prints, brown drilling, regatta shirts,
' Fancy shirts, white shirts, linen fittimr, hickory shirts.
White, colored and fancy striped cotton undershirts, lasting.
Merino undershirts, children's socks, white and red flannel.
White blankets, Urge awm't f linen drills, French merino,
Dock and trowaerinps, superfine broadcloth, medium do do.
Embroidered alpacas, embroidered Orleans silk, poncho cloth,
EmbrM cloth ponchos, monkey Jacket, Kossell cord coats,
Tweed and other trowsers, women's shoes, assorted,
Men shoes, ladies' shoes, crape shawls,
Linen camb. hdkfs, silk neckties,
Feit hats (aasrtd), cord.
Ladies' riding hat, bine flannel jacket, linen drill pants, Jrc
Kngiish pie fni'is. pickles, sanees, black lppor, white pepper.
Ginger, cinnamon, nvice, clones, onlrne!, table salt, snrdines.
Capers, dried her!r, Ismlun malt vinegar, English brown soap,
A;c c, lie.
Sheet lead, assorted Engliah flies.
Assorted hollow ware, sheathing nails,
Oanlen chairs, bronze hat stands. conk's Ltdles,
Hanritaws, saw kU, assorted corkscrew.
Table knives, forks, carvers, and steels,
Chest lock, barrel bolts, try pans,anTil.
Iron wheelbarrows, tin plates.
Hoop Iron, assorted iron, screw wool press.
Garden rollers, iron field gates, hand gab-s, .
Burnished bit, sail needles,
tump tacks, electro-plated war, fl rks, spoons.
Aachsri aad Chains ' .
Bottled ale (a Gct rate article), brandy, gin, draught ale, claret.
Old Tom, hek, crabapple cider, sbero' wine, champagne, etc.
SHIP CHANDLERY AND SUNDRIES.
Fire bricks, blue and white; saddles, liridles, belts, dairy salt;
Liverpool pickiina salt. St. The itftrkingsalt, pipes;
Black, yellow and preen paint, hemp rope, Manila rope;
Hemp canvas, osnahunr, strong wide bngginr, wool ha;
Blacksmith' coal, carriage ami other Taruishes.
Tell-w nappies, table set?, chamber sets, tea sets, bowls, asstd;
Irtnner plates, soup plntes, inch plates, flat dishes, mngs;
Metal covered jugs and pitchers, etc., etc.
9-j-tf ROBERT C. JAXfQX.
LATE POPULAR BOOKS !
J 1ST RECEIVE PER BARKS "MEH.
TA n and yj.TA'tC," an for sale cheap for cah : .
The American Naval Sketch Book 2 vol.
Peter tfcitt, the Capo Ann Fisherman.
Il'tss' Accountant's Own Book,
bred a Tale oi tlie DUmal Swamp.
Waverly Novels Illustrated Id vol. complete.
Cheever Sandwich Islands.
Irvinir' Complete Works 6 vols.
Alderbrook 2 voU.
Burton's Anaumy of Melancholy.
Cook's Voyages Round the World I Vol.
Life of Captain Cook, the Discoverer -"2 vol. '
Gerard, the Lin Killer. ' .
Ilowitt' Land of Labor and flold. , ' .
O'Meara's Life of Napoleon.
Family and Ship Medicine Chest Companion.
Francis' Manifold Letter Writer.
Lempiere' Classical Dictionary,
A great variety of Juveniles.
(iliddon's Tvpes of Mankind.
t'nivenal Gaaetteer of Literature.
Adventures of Don Quixote Illustrated.
Widow Bedott Paper. '
Philosophy of Mysterious Rapping and Reply to Beecher.
The Skeptical Era. x
The Roving Iriptomatist by Wikoff.
The States and Territories of the Great West.
A Common-place Hook of Thought, Memories and Fancies
Iterivation ot Family Names.
Ufe of Napuleon III.
1 Mr of Prince Tulleyraud. '
Balloon Travels In Europe.
Anecdotes of the American Ct'Tjry.
Imrenue. or the First Dnys of Blood by Dumas. .
Trials of a Housekeeper.
Leaves from the Tree Igilrasvl. -
- Knight of the Golden Melice.
The Gentleman in Mark.
The Two Uuardians.
Tang let own Letters. -
Recent Speeches and Addresses by Charles Sumner.
Gabriel Vane hi Fortunes and Friends. .,
Panorama of Life and Ijtenture of I.ittell..
The Hiawatha Legend.
Home Scene and Ibmie Sounds. '
Modern Mysteries Explained and Exposed.
Art and Indutry of the Crystal Palace. . -
Napoleon in Kxile. -
- The Life and Keign of Nichols I. of Russia.
Poetry and Mystery of Dreams.
The Romance of History.
OWi Haun, the Pawnbroker' Illustrated. '
IJterary Criticisms. , t .
Star Papers Ward Beecher. , . . '
Anderson' Course of Creation. - "Z
Mechanics Lecture on Science, 4c.'-
Yankee Enterprise Illustrated.
Men of Character by Douglas Jerrold Illtwtrated.
. Stray Leaves from Fairy Land.
The Youth of tlte Old Dominion.
American ElocaXioo by Mansfield. . -. '"
Scenes and Adventure in the Army. '
The Upper Ten Thousand by C. Astor Bristed Illns'd. .
My Cousin Nicholas by the Author of Ingoldaby legends.
Choice Stories from Househokl Words,
' And about 1000 other volumes. '.
107-tf j nEXRT M. WTIITSKY. '
XOTICE. " '
rpH EU.NDERSICXEU HATI.VO BEE9T AP
X pointed Otianlinni of the person and property of WILLIAM
C. LL'NALILO, son of Charles Kartaina. or Honolulu, hereby
five notice to all person Indebted to him to make immediate ,
payment ; and all person having claims against the same, are
hereby requested to present the same to J. W. Al'STIN, Ho
notolu. . J. W. AVSTIS. ,
Feb. 22, 1J8. :- . . . , C. KANAINA. .
- XOTICE. ' - ' :
THE UXDERSIC.VED. GITARDIAXS OF
the person and property of WILLIAM C. LL'NALILO.
son of C. Kanaina, of Honolulu, hereby forbid any person trust
ing toe said W. C Lanalito. as from this date we thail par no
debts cootraetM by him. - J. W. AL'STIX,
1L ARM STRUNG,
Feb. 2Z 1853. 87-tf C. KANA1XA. .
. LIGHT GOODS.
PER LATE ARRIVALS A 8PLEXDID
assorttuent. of Light Clothln. vli r
White linen duck and drill pants,
oo so do do coats.
nrwwn ao i do
do do do - do
Fancy plaid coats, -Fancy
HI irk alpaoca coats.
At wholesale hr
O A Jr H. F P00Rv
mm urn u:.
. , . " - : J. ,-i
TOE PROPRIETOR OF TFIIS ESTABLISHMENT
. " : . HA VINO IN.USE AN
Adams' Imperial Power Press,
" AND A . .
RUGGLE8 CARD PRESS,
AND HAVING AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
NEW AND ELEGANT TYPE AND OTHER
?rintins AXAtor il
- ' INCLUDING .
The Best Assortment of Plain ana Fancy
Cards ever imported,
. IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE .
X H. X Iff TP I 3NT O , .
IN EVERY VARIETY OF TASTE AND STYLE
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. '
' ' CATALOGUES, .
Will be executed promptly, in a superior manner, and at reason '
ZJT Orders, by mail or otherwise, win receive Immediate atten-
X3T Address Henry M. Whitney, Honolulu. Oahu. 97-tt
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PAPERS
THE UNDERSIGNED Is Airent to receive atsenp
tions throughout this kingdom for any of the following
publications. Subscribers will receive them punctually on the
arrival of each mail from the Cnited States, when paid for in
advance. The following price cover the Hawaiian, American
and British postages :
Harper's Monthly Magain (the mtplu uttra
of Magazines) - - ' - -. 5 00 ,
Atlantic Monthly Slapaxine, - - - . 6 00
tlodey' Lady's " - -. - - 5 00
Oraham's Illustrated -. - ' - 600
Leslie's Magazine of Fashion, - - - 00
Hunt's Merchants' Mapuunc, -. " - 00
Knickerbocker . - t - - 6 00
Kclectic " - - - 10 00
Littei's Living Age, (weekly) - - ... 7 00
Blackwood'r .Vagazior, (English) - - ' 00
Blackwood and the 4 Kngtish Quarterlies, -.. - 16 00
Kitherof the 4 Kuglish " 00
I'nited States Illustrated Magazine, . 4 00
North American Review, (quarterly) - - . , S 00
De Bow's Review, (monthly) - - . -. 00
IHckens' Household Wort Is, - 1 - - 6 00
Hutching' California Magazine, - - - 6 00
ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS.. .
London Hlustratel News, (weekly) - - $14 00
Evening Slail (tri-weekly of the London
Times) - - - , - - 26 00
" Punch, (weekly) . - - 8 00
Despatch, " - - -,-.14 00
BeU's Life in London, . - - 14 00 .
London Weekly Times, - - . - - 10 00
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, - - - 10 90
French Courier de Etats I'uis, . 7 60
? AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. .
New York Herald, (weekly) - -' fa 00
Tribune, - - - - 4 00
" " Times, " - - - 400
Leslie's Illustrated Kewaper, (weekly) - 6 00
Ballou's Boston Pictorial, - '- - 5 00 .'
San Francisco Herald, - - - - - ' 6 00
" " Bulletin, .... fl 0O
- Aha California,- - - - 6 00
" Tt-wn Talk. - - - - - 6 00
Boston Journal, (weekly) - r - 4 00
M illis' Home Journal, - - - - - - 4 00
New York Independent, (weekly) - 4 00
Philadelphia Evening Pont, " - . - - 4 00
Harper's Weekly Journal, - - - - . 4 00
Life Illustrated, (a weekly family journal) - - 4 00
The Country Gentleman, do " " - 4 00
New Bedford Aercnry, - - - - - 400
" " Ship List, - - 3 00
Cultivator Magazine, (monthly, on farming) . - 2 00
The above list comi.rises the cream of British and American
periodical literature, and will le supplied to subscriliers here at
the ratos annexed to each periodical. Tboe taking several
periodicals will be allowed a liberal discount. All the above
are regularlv received by each mail from the United States, and
can be supplied on application. The undersigned will also order
bv mail any papers not io Ue's'wve list for those who may desire
them. (5vt0 tt. at. v mtKt .
HIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
tier " ELIZA h ELLA." from B-ston, the following splen
did assortm-Jit of Stationery, Blank Bulks, and Desk Furniture,
3. 4, 5 and 6 quire Journals, various bindings-, " .
3, 4, 6 and 9 quire Ledgers, do do:
3, 4, 5 ami q quire itecoru nooks,
11, 4, 6 and 0 tpiire Day Books;
3, 4, 5 and 0 quire Log Bookfcj '
Assorted cargo books; Axsorteil tuck mem. book?;
do tuck diaries and nlroanaee, for 1853;
do writiug books, with and without copies; -
do cap ledger indices; assorted letter books;
200 reams letter, cap and note paper;
10 do bill and account current paper;
100,000 buff and white envelopes, of all sizes;
2,000 parchment and doth envelopes, of all sizes;
A great variety of blunk notes, drafts and bills of lading;,
Howditch's Navigator; Expeditious Calculator;
Nautical Almauac, for 18.W: 100 gross steel ens;
tlutta pcrcha pen a new article; copying brushes;
Assorted red ta;e; red, fancy and black sealing wax;
Boxes assorted gummed seals; :itciit ink erasers;
I'ntent pencil sliarpeners; patent traveling iuk stand-;
Flat, round and octagon rulers; tin cash trays;
Luidu's, Faber's and Koies lead pencils; tin wafer caw,
25 gross red, blue and Idack inks; assorted copying inks;
Assorted portfolirs,choice article; assorted ivory paper folders;
do icn holders, various patterns; pen racks; letter clip)
do laper weights; assorted inkstand; thermometers;
do Mottled and platu linen tainc;
do states, small toy and school;
lo baukir wallet. tr notes nnil bills;
A few grJ of real Al'wita pens; tallies1 small sized etcer paper;
Italian ollice desk lioiie; catnel hair pencils, etc., etc.
h9tf . II. M. W HITNEV.
BY JAMES J, JARVES ESQ,.
THE UNDERSIGNED hasreceive.1 by the ship Eli
za tf Ella, from Boston, the following Into publications,
by Mr. Jarre, formerly of Honolulu :
KIANA, a Tai.e of Hawaii.
This work is f Hiteled on one of the ancient traditions of the
Hawaiians, anil illustrates their ancient custom and hnbitx. It
is dedicated by tlie Author to Ills Majesty Kamehameha IV,
ART HINTS, ox Architeti'rk, St ri.PTCRE ant
. . Painting By J. J. Jarvcn.-
America his at Ust ;rodiicel a writer who may help to edu
cate her in art, gnile her infant te, and to point nut the pit
falls that rurronnd the pilgrim of art." London Ath( neurit.
PARISIAN Spin's AND FRENCH PRINCI-
PLES Iy J. J. Jurves. 1st and 2 srios.
Without question, oue of the raciest books ever written on
Parisian life and manners." HodIoh I'ont. . . '
ITALIAN, SIGHTS ND PAPAL TRINCI
; PLES with liiuiiiTous illustrations 15y J.
, I. Jrves.
"Tlie sketches of which this volume is composed, are not only
spirited but iuformiiig. They furuinh an luiressive idea of tin:
grandeur and the gl ry hii I the ilerjilation mid shame, of mod
ern Italy." Home Jtnirnnt.
87-tf For sale by H. M. WHITNEY.
BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
SUBSCRIBER .WILL RECEIVE
w Books by Express from Jew iork and Ban rrnn-
cisco hy every regular packet. By the next packet he will re
ceive the following, all new books
Dr. Livingston' Travel and Researches in South Africa, tliut
trated $4 60. . -
I'ueU of the 19th Century, 132 engravings, richly bound, 4to
Atkinson's Seven Tear in Siberia and Tarts ry $5.
Isaac Taylor's World of Mind, 12mo f 1 75. '
Scene of Clerical Life being the Sad Fortune of Her. A mo
Barton, (originally published in Blackwood.) 75c., paper cover.
Debit and Credit ; by Dr. Bunsen $1 75.
. European Acquaintance being Sketches of People In En
rope $1 60.
Mrs. Slgoumey' Lucy Howard " 1 50. -''-.
The Hasheesh Eater being passage iu the life of a Pyttut
gorian $1 75.
The Happy nome ; by Kirwan $1.
History of the Origin of the L. S. Constitution ; by tico. W.
Hydes's and Ferris Mormonlatn SI 75. ? ' -
" California and it Resource, illustrated $3 25. 'v
. Mr. Hale' Receipt Book, (new and enlarged edition,) $2.
Mis Leslie's New Cook Book, (new and enlarged edition.) $2.
102-2t . , H. M. WHITS KT.
IEPOSlT VAULT. -
TO SEAMEN AND STRANGERS.
riIIE rndersigued i prepared to receive moneys, or vaina
1 ble article of email bulk, on deposit In his vault in the Post
Office Building. fbrmerly occupied by the Hawaiian Government
a the Treasury.) These vault are considered fireproof, and arc-
safer than any other in Honolulu. Strangers visiting the Islands,
and seamen or officers going to sea, and wishing to deposit coin
valuable papers, or other articles, during their absence, win nnt
this deposit an accommodation to them. . When sums of money
are left fur a term of twelve month, or longer, they can be in- ,
vested or not, at the option of the depositor, and interest on the
deposit secured. A receipt will be given for all sum or valua
ble deposited. It., J. YMtiii. .
Honolulu. Oct. 1537. t v-u
' BLACKSMITH'S .TOOLS,
rfUlE SUBSCRIBER ha for sale a lot of Blacksmith'
.M. Tools, suitable for plantation such as A nvils, Hammers
Tieea, to., at reduced prices.
IIBXTIY 8MITII, Blacksmith.
1 EAD PIPE Assorted sis
W. A. ALDRTCW.
CARGO FOR TOE , FALL SEASON.
CDAKLES CSEWEa Cd,
rtFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO ' OF
J the American clipper ship
Expected to arrive in September from BOSTON direct.
' Dry Good. .
Bales denims, . (Men's hose, ' ' ' , ' -V
Bale ticking, ' . (Men's flannel shirts,
Cases right flannel, , lOrss cioth and linen coats.
Bales heavy sheeting, .Bales blankets.
Boots, Shoes and Leather
Cases men's thick boot, .Cases men's drab Cons;, hoott
da do brogsns, I do do gct brogans, -
do do do, enameled, Oak, harness, russet and rig
do do de, sewed, ging leather.
do do par. lea. strap hoe8( v. . .. . '
' Groceries. . .
Bbl herring, - Cases English musUrd,
Bbls aiewives do black pepper.
Kits mackerel, do sup. capers, ,
Half kiu tongues and sounds, Boxes salad cream,
Half boxes eodflshv I do red currant Jelly, "
Bbls Carolina rice, do cranberry Jam,
Bales hops, Cases honey.' ...
Boxes tobacco, assorted qoalit's; do martinoes, ,
do oouea neei,
do do mutton, " ; ;. - r
do assorted meats,
do caulinowers, .
Baskets olive oil,
Boxes green peas.
Cases water crackers,
do -oyster do,
Half bbls dried apples, -
Spanish olives, '
(Bbls vinegar, . ,
Cases refined lard, .
do preserved vegetables, .
iCasks bams. " J .v
250 bbls HaxaU flour,
60,000 & nary and pCotfrad, in whalemen's casks
Bbls navy bread, . v .
Wafer bread, in cans, "
250 bbls prime pork,
200 bbls mess beef, " '
Cases assorted sises sheathing metal, .
Kegs composition nails, assorted sixes,
Full assortment cotton duck.
Hard -Ware and Naval Stores.
Bndls NB 6s Iron hoops,
Tower bolts, ' .
j Upright locks,
Kegs rivets, 4 to as, ,
Boxes charcoal irons,
Boxes copper tacks.
Bars best refined flat iron,
Bndls nail rods.
Casks iron ship spikes, ,
do tar, "
do fire proof paint,
do soda ash, .
do Norway shapes.
Bndls assorted sq refined iron,
Bars do do do
Sheets boiler iron,
Bbls bright Tarnish,
A full assortment of Manila cordage, from Inch to 5 Inches
Coils whale line, hawsers, 7 Inch, -Whale
boats, 1000 bbls oil shooks. '
Bales gunny bags,
Blacksmith's bellows, -
ICases oil cloth.
Casks Cumberland coal,
Bbls sail twine.
Boxes solar lamps.
Common chairs, -
Cases palm leaf hats, .
Percussion caps, -
do enameled cloth,
do children's caps,
do curled hair.
Force pump and hose,
Cases boys' hats.
Signal bells. ,
do umbrellas, -
An assortment, consisting of
Oak, hickory and ash plank, ,
v nlte pine noarus, -
Spruce plank, T
Clear pine clapboards.
Bandies pine laths,
114-3m Shaved cedar shingles
EW GOODS ! XEW GOODS !
From Boston Direct S
AND NOW FOR SALE. .
BARRELS CAROLINA RICEf
1 bale cloves;
6 bags pepper;
1 keg nutmegs: -10
boxes corn starch; ,
50 keg split peas;
10 half bbls currants; , - .
100 half boxes raisins;
100 quarter boxes raisins;
100 boxes Winchester's S. W. soap;
10 boxes saleratus, (1 B papers;)
600 quarter boxes sardines;
20 cases "St. Cair" and Upton's" tobacco 8's, 100 lbs each;
6 cases k Sweet Orange cavendish" toDacco luo tts each;
& cases Emmet's "Sweet Orange" cavendish tobacco 20bs ea;
20 half boxes double refined loaf sugar;
50 half bbls do do crushed sugar;
6 No. 4 whalemen' cam booses, with extra copper fixtures;
10 No. 3 favorite pattern Koger Williams" stoves, complete,
with pipe and fixtures the nest pattern ever imported into
Honolulu for family use. Over 400 stoves have been sold
, by the subscriber, and in no case has any complaint been
10 No. 4 stoves of the same pattern.
63 dozen 2 fb tins oysters best, put np expressly for Honolulu,
taken from the shell within ten d&ys or sailing oi syren."
20 dos 1 lb tins oysters;
20 dos 1 lb tins green corn;
20 dos 1 rb tins fresh clams;
40 dos 2 lb tins do do;
20 dos I lb tins lobsters;
80 dos 2 ft tins preserved meats;
43 tins smoked herring;
10 dos cans (1 lb) raspberry Jam;
10 dos cans do strawberries, preserved;
4 dos preserved peaches, (2 lb cans);
8 dos apple pulp, do;
20 dos Terdale olives;
60 dos 1 lb cans assorted soups;
20 dos 1 lb cans soup and boulhe; '
10 dos 2Jb cans chicken;
10 dos 2 lb cans turkey;
20 dos 2 lb cans assorted broths;
6 bbls cider vinegar;
80 tins each of butter, wine, soda, oyster and
50 dos denim pants;
12 dos red flannel shirts;
10 dos blue ' do , do; .
3 dos grey do do;
25 dos each linen drill frocks and pants -29
dos angola gents' half hose;
22 dos . do ribbed do;
6 cases Uxbridge 4-4 white sheeting?;
5 bales Western State 4-4 brown do; .
6 bales Suffolk extra heavy denims;
6 cases Shetucket blue drills;
3 bales Pepperel Bro do; "
6 cases Merrimac two blue prints; '
2 bales Thorndyke ticks;
1 bales Imperial royal blue flannels,
62 pairs heavy 7 lb blankets ail wool;
2 cases extra fine satin Jeans; -'
fJbbU cotton twine, OU(, , tI,M,
4 cases do do, 5
100 riding saddles, (complete); "
10 dos charcoal irons;
26 dos heavy handled axes ' Underbill's";
20 bbls Wilmington pitch;
50 nests Uinghnm boxes;
60 nesto covered buckets;
10 dos 3-hooped painted pail;
15 nests (8 in nest) do pails;
20 bags shot;
5 cases stout brogans; -
- 400 18, 17 and 18 feet oars;
60 bolts cotton duck, Nos 1 to 10;
100 kegs nails.'
TV I new stud Spirila.
60 10-gallon kegs Monongahela whisky;
60 10-gallon kegs N. B. rump .
50 10-gallon kegs American brandy;
10 case Boker's bitters; .
60 cases champagne cider;
- 60 dos pints AUany ale;
60 dos do do porter.
Ex "Mountain Wave."
- September. .
800 gallon best boiled oil;
75 Tenisee ruling saddles complete; (
2000 lbs navy bread;
60 half bbl crushed sugar; -
25 half boxes kwf do;
25 eighth casks American brandy.
Ex "Young Greek." .
150 16, 17 and 18 feet oars; ' '
. 2 coils ea. Manila rope. It. It. 1. 2, 2t, 2, 2J.3 in.
30 bales cotton duck, Nos 2, 3. 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9.
94 kegs assorted nails;
. 40 fts Prussian blue paint;
10 lbs chrome yellow do;
50 lb chrome green do;
10 lbs Vermillion;
10 lb French blue; ,
60 charcoal irons; '' '
5 No. 4 stoves" Roger Williams;"
6 bales hops: '
2 cases hops, 1 ft papers;
, 100 bbls extra prime pork; . , . - ;
' 200 bbls 0 allego floor; . . " .
. 11,000 fts pilot bread; ; j -23,000
lbs navy bread; '
100 tins assorted crackers; .
20 half bbls new Goshen butter; , -
25 half bbls Awar apples; .
116 small .deses, in tins
100 whole he ft raisins;
200 half do do; -
100 boxes S. W. soap; 1
6 casks Zante currants;
25 kiu No. 1 mackerel;
8 cases (20 lb) bags table salt;
16 cases Dixon' half ft tobacco;
60 boxes champagne cider;
60 boxes porter pints 100 dos;
10 bbls old Bourbon whisky;
10 10-gallon kegs prime Boarban whisky; .
20 0-gallon kegs do do do; ' .,
U0 2-gallon keg superior and extra whisky;
10 octave "Rivlerre" brandy;
10 do " Pinet Castlllon & Co." brandy; . v.
6 quarter cask "Duff Gordon" pale sherry;
25 bale gunny bags; - . -n
44 dos grey flannel shirts; .
' 9 dos scarlet do do; .
' 4 dos bins do , do;
30 dos denim pants; . - , v " " Z
M dos denim frocks; . '
13 bales Amoskeag sheetings 4-4 brown-,
6 bales do . drills do;
10 bales OUs denims;
7 bales Cordis drills 4-4 brown; ,
1 case Lancaster stripes;
1 case Anchor . do;
a h.ir bbls hide Doison. - .
Sf ?0r WUe 10 UbmX tCnn3,.bc'. BPALDIKO.
OPPOSITE ,THE CUSTOM HOUSE, ,
THE ABOVE HAVIXO PJS?150
the premises formerly occupied ny m. m.-
are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
vp.v nn tttm aiuwtMt notice and most raaaaaabie
. tn, mm .imtinii tn hmlness to merit a shar
I phi yui . . - . . .
of the DUhlie patronage heretofore so libtrally bestowed. losxn ,
m grmista .txtlsinMs..
SATHBB& CHURCH,' Bankers. ;
" " COBNIS CLAT ANO BATTKRT STREETS,
TkRAWBILLSOF EXCHANGE AT SlCItl
W9 in sums to suit, as follows r , .-..'
New York, -
Boston, - '
Baltimore. - .
Cincinnati, ' - - -St.
Louisville, - , -Charleston,
" . -
Ne Orkans, - - - .
. : American Bxchange Bank
- ' Shoe and Leather Dealers' Bajik
. . Drexel k Co
. ; ' Johnston, Bros, ft Co.
. ' . A. J. Wneekr, Esq
- Haskell k Co., Exchange Bank
L E. D. Jones, Cashier
. ' A. D. Hunt tt Co
' . II. W. Connor 4: Co
I '. . . Benoist, Bhaw L Co
. EXCHANGE ON , -
Indon, ' .
-- ' . - - Frankfort-the-Msin,!,,,,;
Stuttgart, - )
BHir ako Ixscaa TasAsma, under open policies, in the follow
ing named office. In New York : Atlantic Mutual Inwirancc Co.;
Sun Mutual Insurance Co.; Union Mutual Insuino. Co; Pa
cific Mutual Insurance Co. Pcacmasa CwiTincATt or paros
r ajid othkx gxcaanos, and transact a Sral 5?"k'nK Bus!
.. - E. W. CHCBCH.
n. e. I'm!. 1
i. c. xrasn.L
McRVGa & TIERUII-li,
, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, -
" ' ASD ' - - ' ' - '
XT O T X O IU" ZE1 ZE2 H. &
- " . AGENTS OF THE .
Regsilar Dlssuttcb L.istcf H.bwI-I" Packets.
Particular attention paid to warding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bUls; and other exchange. In
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supply
ing whaleships, chartering ships, etc. - -
47 aad 49 California street. 120-tf
- . nana TOs .. -
Captain James Makee, Hon. lulu; Captain P. C. Waterman.
i i pnninin nmra. u umq a vu imihmum . - -
s. citirrrrrs mosgax.
C. S. HATHA WAT.
a. r. stosk.
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San rTanctseo, uat
References, T. S. Hathaway JSsq. Messrs. x. . n.
k Swia & Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Onnneil Minturn k
Co., New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins fe Smith, New London, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. - 1856-tf.
II. WEBSTER & CO.
, IMPORTERS AND DEALEBS IN
3 X A 3U. 3. Iob, xx-o m ,
. AND - " :
Liiquore of every' Description.
101 FRONT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant
, : t
BARRY & PATTEN,
" IMPORTER"?, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, $c,
118 Matgomerr Frasiclsc. 66-ly
Fancy Goods ! Fancy Good
A. F. BROWi,
96 BATTERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
IMPORTER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
of Beads, Onus. Pistols, Percussion Caps, Pocket and Table
Cutlery. Plated Ware. Brushes, Comls, Fans, Soaps, and a gen
eral assortment of FANCY GOODS. Reiers to II. SI. Whit-
ket, Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. . - 104-3m .
ROPE WALK ATI OAKOI
flORDAGE OP EVERT
TCRED to order. Constantly oo hand, a
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (all sizes), Bale
Rone, Tow Line, Oakum, &c, for sale by TCBBS tc CO., '
1Z9, Front Street, San Francisco.
'No. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
FFER FOR SALE A FULI- AXD COM-
plete assortment of desirable . r i.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
R. & CO. respectfully solicit orders from the country, and
will fmarantec satisfaction in every particular to those who favor
them with their custom. 66-6m
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.
San Francisco, Cal.
THIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
Kstablishmeut offers suix rior inducements to the Traveling
Public and to those wUhins a nuiet home. It is Situated in
convenient proximity tn the business enter, and is conducted
on tlie Kurojiean 1'Iku, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining;
their meals at the resthuraut connected a im me nouse, or else
where, s their couvciik-uce may suggest. w
Tho Propriebjr, whi has been eauageil in tliis house since
1852, solicits a continuance of the patroitai of his many friends,
which, ss heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to tlicir wants nnd coiuf.rt. - 0. W. FBINK,
ATI E 15 f C AX EXCHANGE.
." (formkrly wilson's exchange,) .
C IS UT TO T HE G 11 A D E,
Sansouie st., opposite American Theatre,
MR. II A 1 1. V SARGEVT,.
Proprietor of the American Kxchanpe, (late Wll-
son's KxchanmO bees leave to inform the Travel- J
Ing community, that lie has undertaken the personal charge of
that house. He has roiulc extensive alterations and Improve
ments, and has renovated the house throughout, making it the
first Hotel on tlie Pacific coast. There has been added to thn'
House a very fine
SITTING ROOM AND DINING HALL, ,
Newly furnished. In point of comfort and all the conveniences
which modern hotel keeping have rendered essential, the -
will comiwre favorahly with any of the Atlantic Hotels. Tlie
best talent baa leen employed in the various departments, and
the proprietor will set tlie kst table the market affords. lai-
CtW TO SlIT TUB TtllES.
The American Exchange Coach is always in readiness to con
vey passengers to and from the iloun to the landings, or to any
part of the city, for $1 Baggage free. Mr. P. B. Smith has
barge of the Coach. ' oo-ly
F11III3 COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
JL existing under Ute name and style of EDWARDS fc WAL
TON", is this day dissolved, having expired by limitation. The
affairs of the late firm will be liquidated hy A. S. EDWARDS,
who will continue the Whwleajiln Lijar BaminrsM.
at 108 Front atrvel, under the name and style of A. S.
EDWARDS tt CO. . , A. S. EDWARDS,
N. C WALTON.
Tlie undersigned respectfully call yenr attention to their full
and varied stock of Wines and Li which has lately
been replenished by recent arriva's from Europe and the East
ern States, and which will be afforded at lowest market prices.
Ban Francisco, April 30. 1S58..
100-6 in A. S. EDWARDS 4c CO.
A. S. EDWARDS & CO.,
IMPORTERS . AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines and Liquors,
IOC FROtfT STREET, CORNER OFrV ASIflNQTON,
. . . , Ssm Frstsjclae CsiL
YRIS W. JONES, FORMERLY OE HO-
NOLIT LU. urengaced with the above firm, and rosnect-
fully solicits order from old friends, and will be happy to attend
to the purchase of all descriptions of merchandise, at the usual
rates of commission. 60-tf
DESIGNER AND .'ENGRAVER ON WOOD.
T C. BOTD RESPECTFCLLr INFORMS
his customers that be designs and engraves every descrip
tion cf Advertising Cuts, Views of Buildings, Goods, Wares,
Patent Articles. Portraits, Labels, Masonio, odd Fellow and
Temperance Seals. Notary Public and County Beast, (brass or
wood,) Bill Head Vignettes, Newspaper Heads Serious or Comic
Book Illustration, etc Stamps of every kind engraved on cop-'
per, brass or wood. 12& Cut stsset, comer of Sansone,
San Faaaccsco. ' : -
N. B. All orders from the Islands, sent through H. M.
WHITNKV, Ksq Uouohilu, will be promptly ezecnted. 103-ly
1HVR MARKING BOXES, BAGS, fcc, CUT
IT to Order, at the lowest rates, by BCRKK k. CO., 159
Jacksox street, Hxs Fssjicmco. Also Name cut In Cop
per, for marking clothes, books, etc, with indelible ink. .
N. B. Orders left with the publisher of this paper, will al
Wys be promptly executed. ' . . , . " lM-tf
. - FIB.S wood, ; .'.
CORD for good Fire Wood, on tho landing
near the Custom Bouse. Apply to
C. A. k.Jf. W. POOR.
3m SwristB &&rtst&& i-
LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH, "
ITICIAN8. CLAT STREET. A
f . ST, o.i, ib,.i-rin and Importers of
Messrs!-L. & H. par particular i?LelBd a'tertS
branch of the business, bay t,g yearsof ?2riD"df
knowledge of the art of adjttsttng and fl Jj
to tlie eye, and sssUUn? and restoring the - tgriag
Person? a distance wishiug a pair PfJJJ JSlS
a glass from the old pair in a Mter, or stsAingtheir jige
SiStance from the ev'es they can read '
from ns a p ir to suit them, at the same price as if
here In person to select them. '
Dr. Ia'. J ; Czapliay'9
GRAND MEDICAL AND" SURGICAL
- INSTITUTE, ;
Sacrameat at., belsw MaaaTry.
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company'! Oflow,
SAN FBAXCISCO, CAL.' "
Ksubllshed In 1864, tor the psrmanent eurs of all private aad
chronic diseases, and the suppression of quackery .
AttendiMand Resident Physician, L. J. Cxafkat, M. Delate
A X tnJWnr, Chief Phy .Ician toth.
h Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the MUiUry
HospiUlof Pesth, Hongary, and hue lecturer on diae-e o,
w.en and children. Communication. "WAet
ConsultaUon by letter or otherwise, free. Address L. J IM
xat. M. P.. San Francisco, California. 70-3ni
"DEATII TO Ml VEBMIN.
Hat, Hoach,&c Exteiziixiator.
Put on In 10c, S3e., 65c. and t Boxes. ,
For the DestKuetioo of RATS, MICR. HKLD MICE,
"jgoLES, ROACHES, CROTOM BUGS, .
Xniarmd By 1 hm swiumm 9oie pf Ik Trim mm
IktPtopim: " N dangerou to th human family J'
Baia do not di in their boles, but corns out and die
"A sure safe and speedy remedy." "Used dally, by
thousands, in New York, and elsewhere." " Hotel,
' Ships, Steamboat. Boarding Bouses, Public InsUtatloa,
A., cannot do without u."
Bed Bag Erterminator.
Pat ud In 28c. He., 78c, and $1 Bottle.
"liinr known to fafl." "No housekeeper anouia M
without It." "I not obnoxious to th ha
to the bog species."
Put op In JSc, and Me, Boresr
FOWl aid AI1IAL8, Ac. "An tnvaloable prep
tkm to Farmers." "Unsurpassed bv ? other." K
joying aa hnmenae populariiy everywhere.
The above are row acknowledged the
Only Infallible Remedies!
Term, Caah par fuada In New York.
No Goods sold on commission.
"CoMar1 BolleUn," wltk full partic
ular, furnished on application. -,
To DraggistB and Dealers
In places where tb Xxtrrmiixitort bave not yet been
tmtnSmxd. Cotar." make the Sptriul Vopmttts : .
l-nerder for a Singh Jtmmt (for a first trial) tf .
J--Ori all orders for 10 worth sad over. ditmmt pf '
Hnvr cmtrom Grom Print. - '
nfjr-Send for "Costar'" Private Clreruar. to Dmegil
ami Dtalen. . -
To the People. "
If bo DruogUt or Dmltr in your place keji a npply
of the Exterminators, a Sample Hnx of the Mat, Xoadt,
it, Bxttwnnv'lor will be tit to yoo lif mall, pre-paid.'
on receipt of 1, or Sample Box of the rrtrie fut.Ur
for 60c. TheBadBugKxierminalnr betnga liouid. cannot
he sent through the mail: but in cast s vhrrr ii is required,
the eUttrie tmvdrr will he (bund an effectual substitute.
To protect the Public ssainiU Kpriu and BigWjt
PmrmMon Jmitntin St Labkl has Ween prepared,
bearing a fae timiU of the Prr.j.i saior's signature:
Sold Wholesale and Retail at "COSTAK'S"
Principal Depot. So. 388 Broadway.
New York, sndby respectable 1i ttayif aHi Dealer
tbrouhoul the United Ktsu-s, the Canada, Mexico, W est
Indie and South America.
field also, by
fS. P. FORD. M. T.,
1. P. JCDD, M. ..
Haolalst. S. I.
TIIt3 I'XDERSIGN'ED' HAVING BEEN"
appointal Administrvtor, with the will annexed, of the es
tate of Stephen Ueynolds, late of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
give notice to all persons having demands against said estate,
to present the same ; and all persons indebted to the same, are
taerebv remiested to make immediate payment. -
- JAMES W. ArSTlX, ,
Honolulu, January 22. 135S. 8'Vtf Administrator. -
UONOLULU ROYAL IRt'H CHAPTER,
I XDER DISPENSATION OF THE
GENERAL GRAND CHAPTER OF
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Will hold ths Regular Meetings on the third Thursday of
every month, at the Hall of the Lodge, .
"Lc Prosrrcs de l'Oceaiiie."
Honolulu, Sept. S.
PIANOS t PIANOS I PIANOS tl
F THE CELEBRATED MAS V FAt'.
TURKS OF , .
CHICKERING & CO -
RAVEN, BACON s3c CO. and
Tlie' undersigned can furnish superior toned Instruments of
the above makers, through Mrwrh Bit tiger & Li aide
Iserser, tsoi-s Aoknts for the Pacific coast. -
Plans nnd styles can be seen at our office. Orders solicited.
60-tf ,. C. A. H. F. POOR. .
" SHOES !
JUST RECEIVED, PER "MELITA," A
small invoice of Shoes, as follows :
1'atent leather, glove top. Congress Gaiters,
Knaraeled Congress Gaiters, ,
t.iat Brogans, - - ,
Knameleil Brogans. -107
tf For sale by C. A. & H. F. POOR.
WO LARGE LOOKING GLASSES, with gilt
frame and- marble plnte, for saloons, common Looking
Glasses, with do do, for tables, cut-glasa Tumblers and Gobblets
For sale by
63-tf U. UACKFELD & CO.
MILL -For sale by
W. A. ALDRICII.
ew coons, ex "RAnrcA"- -
l .allies' f bawls,
Ijuiies' lace mantillas,
Ladies' black lace niitt.;
l'lttsh scat side saddles,
Gothic alarm clocks,
Iawn and robe dresses.
117-tf At wholesale by C. A. & II. F. POOR.
ATTAR OF. ROSES.
A SMALL LOT OF. GENUINE JUST RE
tm. ceived and for sale kiw by
115-tf . . , C. A. II. F. POOR.
CALIFORNIA WUtTE WlNR. -
CASES CALIFORNIA WniTE WINE
per " Vankee," for sale by , ,
, - . CI. KICllAKUH Vii.
HUNT'S C. 8. HANDLED AXES,
ECEIVKD PER YOUNG GREEK, AND
for sale by (119-ot) - W. ti. LADD.
JUST RECEIVED BV "CAXDACE."
WESTPHALIA HAMS, RAISINS IN Q.R.
and half boxes, Currants in small jars. At
' 115-tf SAM. BATTDOfTS
PATENT -PENCIL SILARPENERS,
CONSIDERED AS INDISPENSABLE AS
a pocket knife. For sale by v
10$-2m - II. M. WHITNEY.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED,
UST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BT
t 112-tf J 2 ' H. M. WHrtSEt.
ASES KNICKERBOCKER BRAND;
cases - ryramm," extra quaurys tor. saw ny
C. A H. F. POOR.
REMOVAL. ' ' ' ' ,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
to Makee k An thou' s fire-proof building, np stairs, over
the store of W. A. Aldrich. ' i . -
106-tf . C. A. k H. W. POOR. .
SAFES! SAFES! "
UPERIOR FIRE' AND THIEF PROOF
safes, made by Messrs. Denio k Roberta, Boston. For sal
by 5-tri " A. P. KVE&KTT.
SWEET SPICED PICKLED PEACHES.-
SPICED PICKLED PEACHES. IN lO Ik.
Jam . - . ' -
C arrant, apple, plnm, FV nd quince JeUiesJn small glass Jars.
- Also, preserveil pineapples aiid clierrtes.
A small invoice of the above per "Undua," fcr sale by .'
117-tf . . C. U. KICHARD3 k CO.
, OYSTERS. , - -
rTTIHE BEST BRANDS OF CITES A PEARB
Al Oysters constantly on hand, is: Ha hmias, Bakks at 0oa
and LBsrt:. LeMruu's are warranted superior to any in th
market. For sale by (81-tfJ C. A. at H. V. POOK. .
n4'CENT SPRING BEDS Made to order hy
U CHA8. W. FOX. Cabinet Maker.
iwn ... notet
VESSELS, IIAHDOns AND CirSTOl.l
PORTS OF THE HAWAIIAN KLAXjfc
TTTESSELS ARRIVING OFF A POI.
V ntry to make the nsaal marine signal, (Ensin ,j
at the ForeJ if they want pilot. " M
Tlie pilot will approach vessels on the windward side,sadw '
seat the health certificate to be signed by tlie captain. Iffe!
set ie free from contagion, th captain will hoist the white Ji
otherwise he will hoist the- yellow flag, and obey the
of the pilot and health officer.
The commanding officer of any merchant vessel, lmaw
after her antral at either of the legalised ports of entrTS
make known to the collector of customs the busiuesnpon '2Ii
said vessel has come to this port, fornbh him with a list , j:
pessengers. and deliver him, under "at a, a full, true so4 sJJ '
manifest of th cargo with which said vessel is ladeo,!
manifest shall contain sn account of the packagei, wits tw
marks, number, contents and-quantities, also the nsnwiTf
imnorters or consignees. When any such officer shsll k, '
perform any or all of the acts above mentioned within hra I
eight boars after his arrival, he shall be subject to a fine oi l
ceedins; one thousand dollars- He shall also, within U
above mentioned, deliver, wider oath, a list of all skmT
board st the time of her arrival, under penalty of forfdun, J ;
a fine of one hundred dollar. I
Masters of whaling vessels Shall enter their vesseli st tt -
office within forty-eight boors after their "srrini . 1
either of the ports of entry, and previous to oHscharrlnj
pins; any seamen, or taking off any supplies or stores, 1
penalty of not less than ten or more than one hundred doll,
They shall also, within the time above stated, furnish alist,
all wines and spirits on board as stores, and a man ilea a e
rm and freight except the produce of their fishery ud a. . ;
outfit, provisions and furniture of their vessel, under petufcj t
forfeiting all such stores, cargo and freight as are not on tic . $ .
of store or manifest, ana a nne w vm ouu aouan. (
. Before landing baggage, a permit for the same tmutWa' :'
tained from the eottector, and no permit can be grauted anta f .
requisite passenger list bas been furnished by the captain.
muii .itnwtn barraae to be landed befcn m .
plia nee with the law, are subject to a fine of five hundred dobs jf
- - Ine cou ector, at ni uiacxcvKJu, buu - ----' w r ;
j r nmvirie an officer to be present on board dartmw. .'
th.r. tn annfrintend the disembarkation, and see that a
other or greater amount of merchandise be landed than It K I
forth in the permit. . I;
Vessels having spirits, wines, or any other mercbandiw I
board, subject to a duty exceeding five per cent, ad valorea,,
receiving such articles oo board, are haUe to ave an officer, if
board, who shall receive the sum of two dollars and fifty eej, i
per diem, and also food and lodging at the expense of the ves; '
The following are the only porta of entry In this kingdom, r ft . ..
forTesseUofalldescriptkm, Honolulu, (Oahu.) Lahalna.fMim,
Hilo, Kealakeakua and Kawaihae, (Hawaii.) and Koloa, (Ka
and for whalers and Teasels of war only, Hanalei, (Kauai.)
The port charges are as louow : .
At nnin-PUotsMine dollar per foot each wsy.orkil?
pilotage If no pilot is employed V health certificate one dollar t .
buoys, two dollars harbor master, three dollars ; ckaruce,k
doUar spilot lor ancnonng a - al
ter the harbor, ten dollars. ' '
At Lahaina. Boarding officer. five dollars lights, on,
lar ; canaL (if used.) two dollars ; clearanoe, ous dollar.
At Hilo. Klotage, health certificate and clearance, the uw
as at Honolulu. ' .
At Kealakeakua. Boarding omcer,
At Kawaihae, (Hawaii,) and Koloa, (Kauai,) the same st
a ii .rm tnr hnov and board ingoffioer. must be paid at th
collector's office before lading, unlading or transhipping any est- r
go or passengers, shipping or discharging aay crew. ;
tt VMui. whether licensed as coaster or otherwise, t S,
engaged in foreign trade, lire liable to the same charges and ie-
strict ions as foreign vessels, x
Whale ships are allowed to land goods to the value of two hot- .
Ured dollars free of duty. - , I
Products of the whale nsuery may oe vansnix v .
rge except for entry and permit- If sold or entered " . .
laoded In bond for export, Uiey are liable to uuty ot m y ,
cnt on value by estimate. - . . r ' X 'A- !
, The permits granted to whaler uo not tnciuuT i " s .
position of piriwouiquor.. ,.", IV hu M
any master or a wurictiuh mm uu -
it when called for. shall be liable to a fine of not less than la. . ,
or more tnan nuy uouars, u : uui J r " " i. S
... ..i.ti.,i. . Lu,roiici foe a vessel, the master it rr. t
. IKtl" """P- . . . . ,, . f
quired to furnish the collector with a manitet of aU cargo fa f
tended to be exported, a manifest of all swres taken from bond. ? ,
or transbippe.1 from other vessels, a Hst of the names and sen, j
of all passengers who are to leave the kingdom to his vessel. arS
pay all legal charges at the harbor master's office and the c y
.nt.tn r a vessel who ehaU convey out ot una son 7
dorn ss a paasenger, any person vo i T7. .1 ,
Ler of foreign relations or collector of custom, hal , for evrrj f
such person, be liable t a fine of fifty dollars, and for all u f
debt and oWlgatians which such passengers may nave leit nn.
paid in this kingdom, and the vessel shall bo liable to attack
ment and sale to pay the same. ' ' . , , ,"
Any vessel having cargo on board intended for a iorcign pt,
or spirits in cargo or stores, may not touch at a place not a pon
of entry, without a permit from a collector. ,
Masters of vessels are requested to ieave their clearance
board with the officer in command, for the guidance of the pLH
rt.i shalehone. or anv other article of merchandise, landed
transhipped without a permit, is liable to seiaure and connscauas.
Vessels landing goous upon wnicn ure on ""ru
paid, are liable to seizure and confiscation,
if r nerson commit an offense oo shore, and escape
lioard a vessel, it shall be the duty of the commanding officer at
such vessel to surrender the suiected or Culprit person to ant
officer of the police who demands his surrender ou the prod.
tion of a legal warrant. .
. in Ailan found ashore at Lahaina after tha beating of the
drum, or at Honolulu after the ringing of Oie ten o'clock bell, ate
subject to apprehension ana a nne oi two aoiiara.
Shinmasters must give notice to the harbor master ot tin de
sertion of-any of their sailors within forty-eight hours, under a
penalty of one hundred dollars.
Foreign seamen are not allowed to be discharged at any of Hit
ports of these Islands, except at Honolulu, Labaina and Hilo,
and at these port only with tl written consent of the harbor
toaster. , . T . ...
Honolulu, Lahaina and Illlo, are tne oniy porta at wmcn na
tive seamen are allowed to be shipped ana atscnargea, ana at
those places only before the agent for shipping native seamen.
No spirits or other mercnauaise vuau oc voottc m uwu emia
for consumption or re-eximrtauon at any oi tne pons m una
kingdom except Honolulu, lahaina and Hilo, and no spirits or
wines liable to a duty higher thiin five per cent, ad valorea,
shall be to entered at II do.
The rates of duties on merchandise lanaeu tn uus Kingdom an
as follows 4 '..
- On brandy, gin, arrack, wines, ale, porter and all other it
tilled or fermented spirituous liquors of any descriition, not ea
ceeding 65 per cent, nor less than 27 per cent, of alcohol, Snj
dollar per gallon. l. exceeding 6 per cent, of alcohol, tei
dollars per gallon. Do. exceeding 1 per cent, and not exceed
ing 27 per cent, ot aiconoi, oue aoiutr per rmuuu. w. inn cictw
ing 18 per cent, of siouhoL, five per cent, ad valorem.
On sugars, molasses, syrups of sugars, and coffee, the prod at
of any country with which this government has uo cxuunf
tresty, as follows t
Two cents tier pound on sugsrs, ten cents per gallon oo n
Masses and syrups of sugars, three cents per pound on coffee.
On all other merchandise nve per cent, aa valorem.
On merchandise transhipped from on vessel to another, a
transit duty of one per cent, ad valorem.
Any vessel taking awuy a prisoner from the Islands, 1 Bab
to a fine of five hundred dollars.
Any captain or other officer of a foreign vessel who thai,
without complying with the requirements of the law, carry sway
out of the jurisdiction of this government, any native subject
thereof, is liable to a fine oi five hundred dollars.
Rapid riding !.i tne streets is proninuea unaera penalty oia
The hours for landing goods or other articles, are between
o'clock, A. M., and fr o'clock, P. M., on all dsyt except Sundayi
ra I niliAml hn vnurl.
Office hours at the custom house and other public offices.
every day (except (Sundays and nauonai notyaays) rrom
'clock, A. M ., uutil o'clock, r. SI. . jj
Alsatia. . ;
Vessels arrivtug from San Francisco, or other forefgn porta,
and having a mall for Honolulu, will hoist the national ensign at
the fore, if a pilot is wanted ; but If a pilot is not wanted, a vet
sel having such a mail will boist tlie ensign at the main.
Messrs. Morgan, Stone k Co., San rrancisco, are th? author-
iced mail agents for the Hawaiian Government, and vesseM
leaving that port for Honolulu, are requested to inform them
the time of their departure.
Harbor RcgaalistiwSMs mt I I su
Vessels anchoring outside of -the reef off Honolulu, shall chsnf
their anchorage, when requested to do so by the harbor master t
either of the commissioned pilots. easels entering the harbor
to be anchored in the place designated by the harbor master or
bis assistant, and moved from one anchorage to another as n
may direct, and uone excel Hawaiian coasting vessels of lc."
than firty tims burthen, and vessel under command of a piM
or officer for tlie purpose of testvini: port, to quit tbesT ancborapt
without tlie written pennlnsiou of the harbor mitstcr.
The harbor master or lit assistant, or any pi'oi, wniie reran-
log a vessel from one anchorage or mooring to another, my
make fast to auy other vessel or to any warp or wharf ; and ny .
person resisting the same, cuttine awny or casting off the warp I
or fastening, is liable to tlie penalty stated below, and the mac I
ter is responsible fur tlie. same. All vessels within the barter
shall, when so requested by the narnor master or uisassuuu,
Slack down their stream cables ami other fastenings.
All vessels entering the harbor shall, if so requested by tie
harbor master, or either of the pilot, rig in their Jib, flying JB
and spanker booms, and top their lower ami topsail yards, with
in twenty-four hours after anchoring within the harbor, tM a
all cases before attempting to-come alongside of, or make r a
either of the decks or wharves, and keep them rigged in snl
topped until within t went y-fo fir hours of their leaving the tar
bor, nnd uutil removing from any wharf or dock. .
. Ko pitch, tar, resin or oil shall le heated on board of any va
se! within the harbor ; but all such combustible articles sbaU
heated on shore, or iu a boat, or on a raft at a reasonable diatsw
from any vessel.
Any person who shall throw or cause to be thrown into u
harbor, or leave or cause to be lea upon the shores thereof, nf
dead, animal, shall be liable to be apprehended and fined
stated below. .. ....
Any vessel taking on board or discharging ballast shall hare
tarpaulin properly stretched and spread to prevent any fr
falling into the water. .
For each violation of either of the foregoing harbor regalatioet
the person violating is liable to a fine, noi exceeding 1 100.
If a pilot conduct a vessel to anchorage off the port of Ha
lulu, and be not detained on board from the necessities of the
sel, longer than twenty-four hours, he is entitled to receiv W
and $1 for health certificate, and if detained on board loot
than twenty-four hours, $i per diem for. each subsequent oal
detention. Should a vessel thus anchored without the barb
afterwards enter, the anchorage fee above named will bt re
mitted, and the usual pilotage and health, fees only exacted.
The pHots shall bring the vessels which they may havecharr
of fully within the harbor, (within the inner buoy, anlea- otixr
wise directed by the harbor master,) and anchor them is asaa
able and convenient place. .
The harbor masuer shall board aU foreign vessels, and Hw
Ian vessels from foreign ports, as soon as possible after thty h
entered the harbor, direct them where and how to moor or Bt
fast, see that the commanding officer has the printed port ref
lations. and receive a list of passengers, to bo delivered st U
collector general s office
' He is entitled to collect for such services, from each
three dollars in addition to the amount paid him for labor, ""
boats and warp In moving and making fast such vessel I "
necessarily detained on board more than two hours at any bi
to receive at the rate of one dollar per hour for such xtra deM
tion and for each time that be may be called naon to basis
vessel after having once moorsd her properly, he is entitled tor
ceive the same pay as in the first Instance. . i
Any person who shall throw stones or othev rubbish orw
ram a vessel at anchor la the harbor of Honolulu, will be u
tu a fine of S100. .. .. - .
8noM Boats Any boat plying for hire in the tar
Honolulu; whether employed la carrying passengers or sow
without being licensed, is liable to forfeiture. .
Kvery passenger hi. ing a licensed "shore boat" is
carry with him 100 lbs. of luggage or goods, and no nwre.jr
charger and for aE extra luggage or roods, It shall yT
Atl tha boats of a in foe thna an MtJtlMl aa ananre p
passenger for the b.et hour, one dollar and for every
ing Hour nrty centa, . v4
au ooau mrea uy uisumios are sarauea to cnarsw
the Inner harbor or buoy, off abreast the hip-yard of "Tr
son st Co. 5 fifty ceats to and from any place within " "TT
harbor, that to between tha buoy off abreast tha shhyard .
Robinson at Co., an-1 abreast of the west point of ths carj
through the reef t and ooedoar to and from any Poiat VTaJ
, ot the buoy abreast of tha w aim iy point of the chasn' T
boat to remain In sU eases at tb point to which it to "VB
not 0X08011011 fifteen minute without adkxial efaarge i "TV.
case rt should he detained atoorsie any veawl or at aj r-
onf IIRMm mlnntM. tkjnt Sa ..mrm la mm-JmI an ehantC t"""1
five cents for every fifteen '-"tt efsech detention.
uoootniu, January, law.
DAN tl tHIsLS.
A MEUICAIf AND CXtOLXSTI DANKjtl
cashed by flle-tfl H. X. WHlTrl1