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TBsw Salai NaSw.
BT A ECTISID ATXDRitKY.
Except tbai be Indulged too freely In the use of the"
intoxicating cap. Jobs Wallace wm a a honest, high
' - avinrturl sod exemplary man. . Ilia on great fault
hang like dark shadow over hie many Tirtaee. He
meant well, and when he was sober be, did welL
He was a hatter by trade,' and by industry and,
. thrift had aoqvired money sufficient to build the bouse
in which be lived. He had purchased it several
years before for three thousand dollars, paying one,
thousand down, and securing the balance by mortgage
to the seller. .
The mortgage note was almost due at the time the
circumstances made me acquainted with the affairs
; of tlka famfljv. "- But Wallace was ready for the day ;
he had Bared up the money; there appeared to be no
possibility ef an accident. I was . well acquainted
with Wallace, having done little collecting, and
drawn up some legal documents for him. One day
his daughter Anne came to my office in great distress,
" declaring that her father was rained, and that they
should be turned out of the house in which they
"Perhaps not, Miss Wallace," said I, trying to
console her.'and give the affair, whatever it was, a
brighter aspect. - What has happened !
" " My father," she replied, had the money to pay
the mortgage on the house in which we live, but it is
all gone now."
, Has he lost it ?"
I don't know; I suppose so. Last week he drew
two thousand dollars from the bank, and lent it to
atr. Bryee for ten days."
" Who is Mr. Bryce?" -
M He is a broker. My ftther got acquainted with
him through George Chandler, who boarded with us,
and who Is Mr. Bryces clerk."
Does Mr. Bryee refuse to pay it ?"
M He says he has paid it."
Well, what is the trouble then ?"
" Father says he has not paid it." -
M Indeed! But the note will prove that he has not
paid it- Of coarse you have that note."
-No; Mr. Bryee ha it." i -
Then of course he has paid it."
I suppose he has, or he eouM not have had the
" . . ' y -;
What does your father say "
"He is positive that he has never received the
mooeyj .The mortgage he says, must be paid to
. Bsorrow." - - , .
Yery singular ! Was your father f,
, I hesitated to use the nnpleasant word, which must
have grated harshly on the ear of the devoted girL
Mr. Bryee says my father was not just right
when he paid him. though not very bad."
' I will see your father."
He is coming here in a few moments; I thought
I would see you firrt and tell you the facts before be
I do not see how Bryee' could have obtained the
note, unless he paid the money. Where did your
father keep it ?" -
He gave it to me, and I put it in the
in the front room."
" Who were in the room when you put it in the
Mr. Bryee, George Chandler, my father and my
self." The conversation was here interrupted by the en
trance of Wallace. " He looked pale and haggard, as
much from the effect of anxiety as of the debauch
from which be was just recovering.
She has told you about it, I suppose," said he,
in a very low tone. .
" She has."
I pitied him, poor fellow, for two thousand dollars
was a large sum for him to accumulate in his little
bnainesa. The loss of it would make the future look
like a desert to him. It would be a misfortune which
one must undergo to appreciate it. .
"What do you think about hi" asked he, very
gloomily. " I know he never paid me. I was not
much in liquor at the time. I remember very well
of going home as regularly as I ever did in my life.
I could tell how I passed the time."
" What passed between you on that day ?
Well, I merely stepped into his office it was
only day before yesterday to tell him not to forget
to have the money for me by to-morrow. He took
me into his back office, and as I sat there he said he
would get the money ready the next day. He then
left me and went into the front office, where I heard
him send George out to the bank, to draw a check for
two thousand dollars; so I supposed he was going to
pay me then.
" What does the clerk say about it ?"
He says Mr. Bryee remarked, when he sent him,
that he was going to pay me the money."
" And when George came in, he went to the front
office again and took the money. Then he came to
me again, but did not offer to pay me the money."
" Had you the note with you ?" .
"No; now I remember be said he supposed I had
not the note with me, or he would pay it. He told
me to come in next day and he would have it ready
that was yesterday. When I came to look for the
note, it could not be found; Annie and I have hunted
the house all over."
" You told Bryee so "
"I did; he laughed and showed me the note, with
his signature crossed over with ink, and a hole
punched through it."
It is plain, Mr. Wallace, that he paid you the
money, as alleged, or baa obtained fraudulent posses
aion of the note, and intended to cheat you out of the
" He never paid me, replied he firmly.
"Then he has fraudulently obtained the note.
What sort of a person is that Chandler who boards
" A fine young man. Dies you, he would not do
anything of the kind.
" I am eare he would not, repeated Anne, earn
estly. " now else could Bryee obtain the note but through
him ? What time does he coioe borne at night ?"
44 Always at tea time. He never goes cut in tho
evening," answered Wallace. - '
" But, father, he did not come till tea o'clock the
night before you went to Bryce's. He had to stay
in the office to poet books, or something of that
"How did he get in?" ,
" He has a night key."
" I must see Chandler," said L
No harm in seeing him, added Mr. Wallace.
" I will go for him."
In a few moments he returned with theyoung man.
Chandler, in the conversation I had with him, mani
fested a very lively interest in the solution of the mys
tery, and professed himself ready to do anything to
forward my views.
When did you return to the bouse on Tuesday
night ?" I asked him, with the intention of sounding
him a little.
" About twelve." " , ! - . .
"fTwlv!' said Anne, " it was not more than ten
when I heard you.
" The clock struck twelve as I turned the corner of
the street, replied Chandler, positively.
" t certainly heard some one in the front room at
ten,' added Anne, looking with astonishment at
those around ber. . -
Doors, Window Sasb, Blinds.
;? - TO ARRIVE.
DvaisedpaneLrtd "" W'th m(MiDS, od
O Wsiah Dssru. assorted sixes.
. SOO ysmir WlsisVaw Saab, assorted shtea.
tiO st Bliwslo, with and without swiveU, ass'd Jixea.
sWected expressly for this market, and lor sale low by
7-tf . - . GEORGE O. HOWE.
. ANCHORS AND CHAINS.
PW fcXCUSH AKCnORS, FROM lOOO
iVW to 2200 pounds;
New XngBah Stud and Shackle Chain Cables, 1 1-16 to 1 Inch,
. . . or sate oj jl. j. WAHnaium.
PAINTS, OILS, TURPENTINE, Sec.
TJQJBNCII ZINC IN TIN. PURE WHITE
la? lead, dry red lead, yellow ochre in ofl. black paint, verdl
grkt, chrosM and Parte green, Vandyke brow, linseed and ku
kol oO, taarpenttne', coach, white and copal varnish, gold and sil
ver fcaA aber, Venetian red in oil, paint and sash brashes,
glass and patty, on hand and to arrive, fur sal by
lia-tf . E. O. HALL.
. - JUST RECEIVED !
A V&liilX Q.I7ANTITT OF PURE FIXE
XA SRAJiDr, warranted superior to an in the market.
( genuine uostener-s Dltters. For sale by
t - . i- C. SPALDING.
BEGS TO INFORM - HIS
pvosection, be will not deUver anv
or Native servaau, unless (hey either bring
, written order, or a passage book. May 26. 1U0 t
" . . i - NOTICE -
19 OTvir GIVEN, that I asv appointed Mr.
X. A. U-lVUTI as my Agent, with Power of Attorney,
1 xsv, moo. sv st - j miu.h.
' C0UHE0N AND MAGNOLIA WHISKY. .
4-kU) BOURBON AWD MAOKOLIA WHI8-
BASKETS MORE OF THAT
v CIIAUPAGNE ! -i
wTC nXrCT naoncpK . co.n best
Ul V a rwr drank oo rbeae Islands. Por sale by
ypvStty .. ... r- J" MCI!. CO.
"We are ret tins! at something.' I remarked.
" How did von ret in. Mr. Chandler "
The young man smiled as he glanced at Anno.
" On arriving at the door," he replied, "I found I
had lost my night kev. At that moment a watchman
happened along, and I told him my situation. He
knew me, and taking a ladder from ait unfinished
house opposite, placed it against one of the second
story windows, and I entered in that way."
"Good! Now who was it that was beard in the
parlor at ten, unless it was Bryee or one' of his ac
complices ? He must have taken the key from your
pocket, Mr. Chandler, and stolen the note from the
secretary. At any rate, I will charge him with the
crime let what may happen. Perhaps he will con
fess when bard pushed."
'Acting upon this thought, I wrote a lawyer's let
ter " demand aninst you," &o. which was ion me
diately sent to Bryee. Cautioning the parties not to
speak of the affair, I dismiraed them. ' -
Bryee came. . . . . ,
Well, sir, what have you against me?" he asked
" A claim on the part of John Wallace, for two
thousand dollars," I replied, poking over my papers,
and appearing supremely indifferent.
" Paid it, said he, short as pie crust.
" Have you ?" and I looked him in theeye sharply.
The rascal quailed. I saw that he was a villain.
" Nevertheless, if within an hour you do not pay
me two thousand dollars, and one hundred dollars
for the troubles and anxiety you have caused my
client, at the end of the next hour you shall be lodged
in jail to answer to a criminal charge."
" What do you mean, sir ?"
"I mean what I say. Pay or take the conse
quences." It was a bold charge, and if he had looked like an
honest man, I should not have dared to make it.
" I have paid the money, I tell you," said be; "I
have the note in my possession."
" Where did you get it ?"
" I got it of course when I paid the "
" When you feloniously entered the houre of John
Wallace, on Tuesday, February 20, at 10 o'clock,
and took the said note from the secretary."
' l ou have no proof, said he. grasping a chair
This is my look out. I have no time to waste.
Will you pay. or go to jail ?"
He saw that the evidence I bad was too strong for
his denial, and he drew his check on the spot for
twenty-one hundred dollars; and after begging me
not to mention the affair, he sneaked off.
I cashed the check, and haateued to Wallace's
house. The reader may judge with what satisfaction
he received it, how rejoiced was Anne and her lover.
Wallace insisted that I should take the one hundred
dollars for my trouble ; but I was magnanimous
enough to take only twenty. Wallace kept his prom
ise, and ever after was a temperate man. He died a
few years ago, leaving a handsome property to Chan
dler and his wife, the marriage between him and
Anne having taken place shortly after the above nar
rated circumstances occurred.
Te the Owner. aad Peroaaa Istterealed in
Whaleskips in the Pacific Ocean.
Omrs or thk Passu Rail-Road Comfast, I
New York. July 20, 1857.
The Panama Rail-Road Company takes this method
of informing those interested in the Whaling busi
ness, of the advantages offered by the Railroad
across the Isthmus of Panama, far the shipment of
Oil from the Pacific to the United States, and for sending out
fits and supplies from the United States to 1'anama.
The Railroad has been in regular and succesniul operation lor
more than two yean, and its capacity for the transportation of
every description of merchandise, including Oil, Provisions, Ac,
has been fully tested. The attention of several Captains of
whaleships has recently been turned to the subject of shipping
their oil from Panama to New York during the present season,
and the Panama Rail-Road Company has made arrangements
to afford every facility which may be required for the accom
plishment of this important object. A Pier, 450 feet long, has
been built in the bay of Panama, to the end of which Freight
Cars are ran to receive cargoes from lighters or vessels lying
alongside, and deliver the same slonirside of vessels at Aspin
wall. Veveels of from 200 to 300 tons can lie at the Pier with
safety, grounding in the mud at low water.
The vessels to and from Aspinwall are last-sailing brigs, be
longing to the Rail-Road Company, and the Company Is pre
pared to receive oil at Panama and deliver It In ew lork
under tarwaxh Billa f fadiiaj 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 for
the capacity of the casks, without allowing for wantage. For
whalebone, one and one-half cents per pound. This charge
covers every expense from Panama to Jew York, in case
the oil is sent through the Superintendent or Commercial Agent
of the Panama Rail-Road Company, insurance excepted. The
freights may be made payable on the Isthmus or in New York
at the option of the shipper.
The vessels ot the Company sail regularly semi-monthly, and
the average paages to and from Aspinwall are about twenty to
twenty-five days. The time occupied in crossing the Ishmus Is
four hours, oil, during its transit across the Isthmus, will be
covered with canvas, or conveyed in covered cars, and owners
may be assured that every care will be taken to prevent leakage.
Several cargoes hare already been conveyed to New York with
out the slightest loss.
Oil or other roods consigned for transportation to the Super
intendent of the Panama Kail-Road Company, or to W I liana
prison. Commercial Agent of the (-ompanyat Panama, will
be received and forwarded with the greatest despatch.
XT Frederic L. Hanks has been appointed Agent at Kono
lulu. Sandwich Inlands, and is prepared to furnish every requisite
Information to shippers.
JOS. F. JOT, Secretary
Fkediric L. II asks,
Agent Panama R. R. Co., Honolulu 8.1. 64-12m
CAIT. ROBERT BROW 5
WIIAL.IXC CUX, PATENT BOMB LANCES
AXD GUX IIARPOOXS.
APTKR SEVERAL YEARS LABOR AXD
exeriinenting upon whales, on the whaling ground, with
his apimratus, combined with the ad vantages ol being a practical
whaleman, the Patentee has been enabled to obtain an instru
ment is form of a Bomb Lance, which for utility and effective
ness cannot be excelled.
The attention of Agents and Officers of whale-ships is called
to the following testimonials.
Sax FaAfrcsco, January 10, 1856.
Capt. R. Brows Sir. I take this opportunity to Inform
you that we used tho" Bomb Lances we bought of you, and
found ttuin to l of gieat neneflt in capturing whales amongst
The first whal- fj.t we n'ri the Bomb Lance on was killed
In the follwing manner .The boat went alongside of the whale
and the boat-steerer fired a Bomb into him acd then fastened to
him with a gig iron the Ifcunb was heard to explode, and the
hale did not blow after the Bomb exploded. The above-men-tiotied
whale was in the ice, and it is our opinion that we should
not have got that whale ami many others that we did get, if it
hid not been for your Bomb Lances, and we fully recommend
them to the attention of those fitting out whale ships.
Thomas Wall, Master bark George.
HoxoLrxr, March 17, 1856.
Capt. Roatrr Baows Afy dear Sir t 1 used your Bomb
Lances in taking a whale, north, the past season, which made
250 bbls. of oil.' We never could have taken him without said
Lanres, as our boats could not get near enough to use the com
mon baud lance. ' '
O. L. Cox, Master whale-ship Magnolia.
Hoxolclc, March 15, 195.
Capt. Roust Brows Dear Sir I take this ODDortunirr
to inform you that I used your Bombs on the voyage in the ship
Herald, and found tbem effective In taking whales, and would
recommend them to all whalemen, and especially around the ice.
I also used the harpoon and got most of the whales br vnnr
Guns and apparatus.
Isaac Allcx, Master ship Herald.
Other testimonials can be seen by calling on the underalimed.
Agents, who have the tiuns, Bomb Lances and Harpoons for
R. COADY A CO.. Honolulu.
Wool, Goat Skiiis, Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (61-tf) J. C. SPALDING.
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
UXDERSTAXDIXG THAT TIIE"E ARE
rumors in circulation in this community of my having en
deavored to over-lease a certain house in this town, now occu
pied by soother party. I proclaim it to be false and a base mb
rtoaoon In proof of which I would respectfully refer, by per
mission, to Messrs. John Montgomery and T. C. Heock, woo are
the only parties able to negotiate for the above premises.
At the request of Mr. E. Burgess, we hereby declare, that the
ecurse pursued by him In reference to the above matter has been
trictty Just and honorable. JOHN MONTGOMERY.
May 81, 1858. 10i-6m TH. C. HKL'CK.
TO CAPTAINS OF COASTERS AND OTHERS.
BRUNSWICK GREEN. VERDIGRIS.
Chrome Green and Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Tenet lan Red.
Prusrtan Blue, Spanish Brown, rmber.
Boiled linseed Oil, Turpentine, White Lead, (extra pure.)
Zinc white. Lamp Black. White Vamlih.
IiS-ST1 'n qunthttl 10 ,ttlt 04 C. H. LEW EES,
PERSON'S HAVING DEMANDS
it me. wDJ please nresent them air tin,.r.
-mV against me,
uiaKiy , anu laose lnaentoii are requested to call and settle, or
their accounts will te left with an attorney for collection.
XT The subscriber hereby gives notice that he wlj pay no
debt contracted without his written order. , .
. . H. MACPARLAXE.
Honolulu, April 20, 1858, 6tf
THE CXDER8IGXF.D WILL OT RE
eeive Deposits in the Custom House Vault, under existing
regulations, after this day. All articles on deposit at ttis date
can remain until It is convenient to remove them.
Honolulu, July X, 1558. flOMf Col' GOastoms
5042 ng1"'8 WCH.HTO 30 FEET
" 2jfJ.tneh, 25 to 28 feet long,
685fcf 1 Inch, 12 feet and upw.rds,
exMcir Pf?",k' ,e'eetea bT hlptmnder, and
aK? n?r?a "rjPmbT 20, Is offered for
totP lUHt) C. H. LEWERS, Port street.
STORAGE. J ' v
v M B. P. X0W.
fair rTfcaTrmrtr i - (f I (Hi i L
v II IT A IT IT I IT
Oilman & o.t
LAHAINA, S. I.
GILMANfc CO. ARE
now reed ring their
Harriet fc Jessie,
WHICH TRET OFFER FOB SALE ON AS FAVORABLE
TERMS AS ANT ESTABLISHMENT ON THE ISLANDS.
' A Urn assortment of Ship Caaadlery,
Fresh Groceries, Provisions, Clothing,
Paints, Oils, Boots and Shoes,
; . Crockery, Cordage. -,,
American, Califbrnian and Hawaiian Floor,
New Bedford Bread, in short cask
Rice, assorted Crackers;
- American Mess Beef, Hawaiian packed Beet waaaAxrco;
American Mess and Prime Pork, a superior lot of Ilsms..
No. 1 brown sugar. Crashed sugar,
. No. 3 brown sugar, Loaf sugar, ; , '
Syrup, Boxes salt,
Molasses, Bbls vinegar,
Chests tea, Boxes raisins,
. ' l Fine oolong tea, Chocolate
Split peas, ' Coffee,
Assorted spices, kc
Boned Unseed oil.
Extra white lead,
Pure white lead,
Spirits turpentine, -Black
r .' . . Bbls coal tar,
. . Paint brushes.
An assortment of
W. K. Lewis A Bro's fret h Preserved Meat.
Roasted and boiled beef, mutton,
Assorted soups, tripe, chicken.
Clams, com, beets, ass'd pickles.
Lemon syrup, assorted syrups.
Ketchup, mustard, fresh herbs.
Thick sea hoots, calf sewed boots,
, , Kip brogans, buff brogans,
' ' ' ' Heavy brogans, boys brogans.
An assortment of ladies' and
Children's shoes. .
An aasortuaeat of New Bedford mnde Slop
dotbiag; do. of Super Gentlemen's
Custom made Clothing'. '
A lot of the celebrated Toggle Irons, Boat's Ruffs, Row Locks,
ana uarpoons, rrom imrw ar uo. and Dean
tc Urigifs, of New Bedford.
New Bedford made Tow line, Manila Cordage,
liemp uordage. Rattling stun,
Three hundred and fifty nest Ash Oars.
Selected for whale boats, 14, 16, 17 and 18 feet.
Sheet lead, martin spikes.
Copper and Iron tackle, Copper and iron screws,
laulking irons. Assorted hammers,
Assorted hatches. Assorted files,
Brass and Iron chest locks, , Auger its,
Door locks, gimlets, com pa sees. Screw drivers,
Knlres and forks, . Westemholm knives.
Pocket knives. Butcher knives.
Ship scrapers. Rigging leather. 119-tf
JB. F. S.OW
AFFERS FOR SALTS, in lots to suit purchasers, at
the lowest prices, the following merchandise :
Dry Gowel. '
W hite and grey merino draw'rs
Check linen shirts,
White L B shirts.
Grey merino shirts.
Damask table covers.
Brown cotton drawers,
Red nannel "
Women's white cotton hose,
Blue flannel shirts,
Black and brown felt bats.
Colored India satin.
Navy caps, with oil silk covers, White linen handkerchiefs.
Beets) and Shsvra.
Calf Congress boots,
En'md leather Congress boots.
A ssorted pickles, half gals.
Gherkins, half gals.
No. 1 soap, blacking, cloves. Fine cut tobacco, in tin foil.
Saaveriwr Black Tea.
Water and butter crackers, Soda, oyster and sugar crackers,
Manila whale line,
Paint oil, turpentine.
Pure and extra white lead,
Russia cordage, assorted sixes,
.Vanil.i cordage, assorted sises.
Cut nails, lanterns, ,
Copper bout nails.
1 French bedstead,
J ute mats,
I Jimp chimneys,
Nos 1 and 2 solar lamp chimneys
Solar side lamps
Pocket knives, -Rasps,
Drah office chairs,
Sheaths and belts.
nlnut cane seat chairs.
Ilinghara buckets, grindstones. Red, white and blue bunting,
Sperm and Polnr Oil. Ve.&c.'
1 Brawn Wbalias Gaa a ad Irens.
Iadia Rabber IIoe, hf inch nasi 1 lack,
Bras II owe Pipe, Lead Pipe. ,
cVe.. Ac, Ve. " ' 93-tf
To. Whalemen !
G W. MACV would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronage heretofore enjoyed by the old firm of Macy tt
Law, at the established Depot for Whulemen's Supplies, at Ka
waihae, Hawaii, where will be found at all times a good supply
of Beef, Mattctn. Park. Pealtry, and also the ecle
hinted KAWA1HAU POTATOES.
The above articles can be furnished at the lowest rates, and in
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
old by me will be warranted to keep in any climate.
XT No charge made on inter-Island exchamre.
73-tf ; O. W. MACY.
OF WHALESHIPS AXD OTHER VES
SELS. Wood of superior quality cun be had at Koloa at
h per cord ; fresh beef at 4 eeuts per lb slieep,at $3 per head ;
and goats at $1 60 head. Also at the port of Hanalei, wood and
beef can be hnd at the same rate. The Harbor of Hanalei is on
the North West side of the island, and has safe ami good an
chorage in from 6 to 10 (athorua of water. Wood and beef may
also be had at Nawiliwili at the same rate as above. Also fruits
and vegetables of various kinds can be procured at all the above
XT Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (64-tf) GEORGE CHARMAN.
OK SALE BT THE UNDERSIGNED.
the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of 250 to 300
1 new Topsail;
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail;
1 main Royal;
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, "J
1 Fore Topmast Staysail, v,
.1 Spanker, j Nearly new.
1 Top Gallantsail, )
1 set Iron strapped Cutttng-in Blocks, with chain pendants,
complete 93-tf B. f. SNOW.
TjOUGHT AS BEFORE. AT THE HIGH-
EST CASH MARKET PRICE, by
KRULL A ATOLL.
rANKEE AND JOHN LAND
Herrings in tins,
Le Bran's oysters,
Green peas, in 1 lb tins,
' Maccaroni, in cartons,
, Table salt, in 20 ft bags. -:-.'.
Por sale by C. A. A H. P. POOR.
A. F. dc A. Mm
LE PROGRES OE Li'OCEANIE
LODGE, No. 124, under the Jurisdiction of the 8a
preme Council of the Grand Central Lodire of France,
working tor the ancient Scotch Rite, holds Ita remlar
meetings on the Wednesday nearest the full moon of each
month, at the old Lodge Room, In King street. 1 .'
XT Visiting brethren respectfully Invited to attend.
August 18. eo-tf H. SEA, Secretary.
dungs t bungs i
rSfinfl CASK BUNGS, ASSORTED SIZES,
JJJU tor sale by CHAS. W. POX.
Cabinet Make and Turwer,
Hotel street, near Port.
Ifm All RUNNING FT. OF 4x1 WORK
VP VP VP ed Pine Gutter for sale, ex " Elisa us Ella."
C. H. LEWER8.
CASES ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops, Just received per M Raduga,'' and for sale by
117-tf . , . V. A. A H. P. POOR. .
THE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
leave the kingdom, offers tor sale the premises now occu- '
pied by himself, known as the "CwamsMerwial Hwtwl.
including the Stables adjoining. Also, aU the fixtures of the 1
Hotel, embracing ererything requsite for the uccess.'ul con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of superior Billiard
Table, In first rate order, bar fixtures, etc
Tit Iaac afthe It on the corner of Kuuanu and
Beretania atreets, known as the " Circus Lot,", and the Leas of t
me xnuuanu Jiatns." .
A Lao "
- One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22, 1858. 05-tr . . . , .
19 nnn pounds navt
atMtVUV for sale by , .
A. V. P TP PIT. I
. . i i. in i nr 'vi ii i
E7 Bight Whaleships - cruising in,the
addressed to the Publisher,
Slocum .1867 N B
Lawrence . 1856 N B
Withington. 1857 F II
Lawton 1857 N L
Newell 1855 N B
Brvant 11857 N B
A. Fraxier, bk
1855 N P
1855 N B
1856 F n
1857 F H
- 1857 N L
1856 N B
Illia? Edgar Ochlc
1857 S H U
.1855 N U
' . 1855 N B Arctic
'1856 N L Kod'k
1857 Hono I......
-1856 War'n Och'k
. 1856 N L Kod'k
1854 N B Arctic
1855 Da run
800: 700 .
Glfford .1856 N B Och'k
Pontius 1857 Gmp't Kod'k
Hragg 1866 M o
Whitside 1856 N B
Harding 1856 N B
LabasU, . 1856 Havre Arctic
Eldridge " 1853 ML 4
60 4400 .
190l 840 . '
.... 400 .
. 15 2000 .
40 300 .
70 1100 .
100 1600 .
Coffin . 856 Edgar Arctic
Holcomb 1867 N B
Thompson 1856 N B
Manchester 1856 N B
C. W. Morgan
Williams lSftflStnirtn ......
Courtney 1856 N It j
budlow 1856 y a
Newman ;i8&6 War'n't......
Dean 1855 N B
Fisher ,1856 "
Fish .1855 N L J
Folger 1855 Naukt
Sherman . 1857 Hono Ked'k
Edwards ,1856 N L
100, 600 .
. ...12O0 .
1866 N L ! Arctic
Delamare 1S56 Chal
K. I trust
E F Mason
R 0 Spencer 1858 Hono
...J 350 .
185" S O Arctic
1857 N B !
1857 N L Kod'k
1856 Ji H
.1856 8 H
.1867 P H ;Arctlc
1857 N B j
. 1857 Edgar Arctic
(1857 N II j
- 26 ..
1857 N B
.1856 N B
,1857 F II
1856 N B
1856 N B
1855 N B
30 700 .
30 2200 ..
.... 1600 ..
!1856 N B ' Arctic
'1858 Hono (
,1856 N B Kod'k ;
.1856 Havre Arctic
Darraandrit. 1856 Havre Arctic ',
George A Susan Jones
1857 N B
1857 -V B
.1307 I i......
1857 Wrhm Kod'k
1857 N B Och'k
11857 N B I
1856 N B Och'k
George A Mary
1857 N L
Austin .11858 Hono
Charry 11857 F II
Schimeire'ig 1858 Haw
Helen Snow, bk
, 1857 a
1857 N B
11857 N B
,1857 N B
11857 N B
'1S55 F U
1856 N L Kod'k
1855 N B
,1556 Nan Ik I
Java, bark -Java
Jireh Swift, bk
J A Rohb, bark
-1857 Havre Arctic
Curry .fl85a N B
Diman 1S05 F H
Lawrence 11855 N H
Rnynor (1857 N B
Hunting . 1857S H
Cannon .il856 X U
Earl 1S57N B
iJinibert I1S55 F II
Woodbridge 1S57 N B
Baker 1S57 F II
Allen 1856 N B
Lenter '1856. N L
Jno A Elizabeth!
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' ' " -Sgf'T-l 1' Voyage. : Catch REMARKS. - I Vessel'. Names Captain. S j g - ! . ' "MAtt. I
Vessels Names. Captain. ? g a voyage. vacn RKMAKJUt. I SS ' 3 Sp . Wh Sp Wh Bone. ; . r. . .
Ii . 5 SP.Wh 8p,Wh.Booe. ' I l 7 fej (n ., IT I,.1 o, , n . t
fwfc. a f r ITT ' 1 . i I 11 . s 1 " '. s
Ls JMasters ol operm wnaiers are requested
Wood, N B '56 1000
Crowel!, Nan '55 850
Robinson, F R '57 140
Coffin, Nan '65 1000
Lawrence N B '57 310
250 July, on off fcore ground
. . . . On New Zealand
60 Sailed from Paita June 16, 1853
.... On New Zealand
, . . . 'Sailed from Valparaiso J uly 8, to cruise
.... South Pacific -
. . . . 'On New Zealand
. . . . ! April, 1858, o ff-shore ground
....(At Paita May 16,1858 . .
... .IAt Paita June 13, 1858
.... Sailed fmm Tahiti July 17, for home
. ....Sailed fnn Tahiti June 16
!...! iff Bonin Islands, J uly 15, 1 small whale
March, 1858, at Batavia .
. ...LJuly, 1858, off Paita
... .At Paita April, 1868
Laxt report on New Zealand
.... failed from Paita June 28
. . . . ;Sailed March, 1858, fm Talca. to cruise
200 Sailed April, 1853, fm Talca. to cruise
. ...jOff Paita April, 1858
16 At Paita April, 1858
140 Off-shore ground
. ...:At Talcahuano March 28 ,
.... At Talcaliuano April, 1858
. . . . 'Sailed fm Talca. April 10, to cruise
600: At Paita July, 1858 - '
iN 1"55 330
In b '6H000
iN B '56 380
Nan '55 600
N B'56 850
A pphia .M aria,' Chase,
Marshall, . W P '56
Belle, bk. ! Brown
w H 01
Belle, bk, Smith, .
lien. Cuium'gft Jenkins,
Cacbelot, j Perry, .
Dart '54 1200,
N B '67
N B '57
N B '60
C antou Packet , A Ueu,
Nan '65 1350
V H '56 550
N B '56
it B "66
t. id ridge.
N B '65, 960:
, . . Last report at New
,. . July 26, off and on
, . . Arr at Honolulu,
N B '54
60 April, 1858, off Paita
E. L. B.Jenny
F H '66 650 . .
July 25, 5 whales;
E. A. Lace,
At Paita July, lsaa
On New Zealand
X B '55 1015'
K. C. Cowdin,
Bart '55 600;
Sailed from Tahiti
At Tahiti July 20
N B '57
June 10, at Paita
March, at Paita
Spoken In Ochotsk,
1TIT80IV & II ART,
WINES AND SPIRITS,
AT THE OL.D WINE STORE, under A. J.
Cartwright's, otTer for sale :
Brandy in kegs and barrels;
Brandy, United Vineyard Proprietors i
Rum in kegs;
Jamaica Rum In cases;
Genuine old Scotch whisky, In 1 dos cases;
Monnngabela whisky, in barrels and kegs,
- Pine old Monongahela whisky, In one dos eases,
Hollands gin In cases;
Scheidam gin In cases;
Wolfs', Scheidam schnapps;
-. Hostetter's bitters; '
Boker's bitters; -
Stoughton's bitters; t
Clarets of different brands;
Champagne, pirts and quarts, different brands;
Sherries, pale and brown;
Pine old port;
Byass and other brands of ale;
liqueurs. ' 1
Shlf Stwrea slwty ftr-e. S7
PER ELIZA tt ELLA," A SELECTED
assortment of Eastern Lumber, consisting of
Yellow Pine Planting, Worked.
, Spruce do do do. .....
Half Inch Matched Celling, a superior article for Hons and
White Pine worked Partition Boards.
Wide Coffin Boards, Shingles, Laths, and a general assort
ment of BUILDING MATERIALS, selected by the undersigned.
g-tf C H. LEWERS.
. RAGS ! !'
THE UNDERSIGNED IS. PREPARED TO
-purchase Rags, in any quantity, in trade or for ease.
Por clean and picked white cotton or linen rags S cents pr
pound will be paid. Por colored cotton or linen rags, 2 cent
per pound. . No rags will be purchased unless well cleaned and
merchantable. Woolen rars not wanted. Persons residing on
the other Islands, can send rag bales to Honolulu by schoon.
er, consigned to the subscriber, and eare will be taken of their
package! 85-781 . M. WHITNEY.
" CLOCKS. : . '
WUST RECEIVED A FEW MARINE
- P Clocks. Also, Pendulum Clocks, different pattern, and in
gool order, for sale try - -
lt-rf - C. A. H. P. POOR.
- ' " ' ' : ..
mm i . i . , j
North or South Pacific, not in this itr senaing in -'rTJVrVn - vred to disnlar tha Sml'V
:n ..iKlo ' Merchant or whalesHips arrmnff oh ouim . i - ' "S"ai. i
mil ainajs u uwiji
Arr at Honolulu Oct 15 ;
Arr at Honolulu Oct 16 .
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3 ; sld Oct 19 to cruise
Arr at Honolulu Oct W '
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 600 -
Arr Lahaina Sept 7; sld Sept 14 far New Raland
Ochotsk, Sept 1, SO wh -
Arr at Honolulu Oct 18 ; sld tame day for N Z
Arr Honolulu Aug 21 1 sld Aug 26 to cruise on If . Z.
Arr at Honolulu Sept 15j sal km ueitDr www
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31
7000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 ' .
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 250
2000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 26 "
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28
Arctic Oct 1. BOO - - .
Arr at Lahaina Oct IS ; sl'd fin Hon. Nov S for borne
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 250 sl'd Nov 3, for N. Z. and home
Arr at Honolulu Oct 17
Arctic, Aug 20. 170 wh
Ochotsk, Sept, 23 whales
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 22
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4; aid Sept 24 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu Oct 10 ; si'd ov a ror nome
Ochotsk, June, 2 whales
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 ; sld Oct 23 to cruise
Arrived Honolulu Aug 22 ; sailed Sept 2 to cruise
Arctic, Aug 22. 4 whales; gone to New Zealand
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600
Ochotsk. Sent 22. 600 .
Arr at Lahaina Sept 3; aid fin Honolulu lor li z sept 14
Ochotsk, Sept 1, lOOO
Lahaina, Sept 6, clean; aid Sept 15 for New Zealand
Och"tsk, Sept, 600
Ochotsk, Sept 22, 1200
Arr at Lahaina Oct 18 ; sl'd from Honolulu nor 1
Ochotsk, Sept 1. 600"
Ochotsk, Aug 30, dean
Spoken August 1, entering Bhering's Sta, 450 bbls
Ochotsk, Sept, 150
Ochotsk, Sept 25, 900
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Ochotsk, Sept J, 700
Arr at Honolulu Sept 4 ; s'ld Oct 14 for Cal'nia Coast' I
IU Ul? VCOOI5S IU AUgUSt '
Ochotsk, June, 13 whales, 700 bbto ,
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600
Ochotsk. June, 1 whale
Arr at Honolulu Sept 6; aid Sept 25 for N B
OchoUk, June, 300 wh
Arr at Labalaa, Oct 13
Ochotsk, July, 3 whales
2000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23
Ocbotsk. Sept 1, 500 wh .
16000 Arr at Honolulu Sept 15; sailed Sept 26 for home
Ochotsk, Aug 22, 4 whales, 400 oris
8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 . "
14000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 2 ; s'ld fin Honlu Oct 14, for N Z
Ochotsk, Aug 22, clean
clean Arr at Honolulu Oct 5; sld for N Z Oct 8
10000 Arr at Hilo, Oct 26
1500 Honolulu, Sept 11; sld Sept 16 from Waimeafor N Z
OchoUk, Sept 1, 150
OchoUk, Sept 1, 600
Arr at Honolulu Sept 22; aid Sept 23d for N Zealand
Hilo, Sept 1; sld Sept 17 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct Zi .
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 22
Arr at Honolulu Oct 1, gone into the merchant service
Arr at Honolulu Sept 2; sld Sept 20 for New Zealand
uchotsk, eept, too
Arr Lahaina July 81 ; s'ld Aug 21 for N. Z. and home!
Arr at Lahaina Oct 16
Arr at Lahaina Oct 13 ; sl'd Oct 31 for Few Zealand
Honolulu, Oct 3; sailed Oct 10 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu July 27; sld Aug 1 for New Zealand
Arctic July 18, clean
Lahaina, Sept 25; sld Oct 6 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 28
Arctic, July 18, clean "
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23
Arctic, August 22, 4 whales
Arctic, September. 6 whale
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31 . .
Arr at Honolulu Sept 3; sld Sept 6 for New Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30
A rr at Lahaina, Oct 23
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23
Ochotsk, Sept 6, clean
Arctic, July 20, 1 whale ; OchoUk, Sept 18, 600 brls
Arr at Lahaiua, Oct 25 ,
Ochotsk Sept 25, 700
Arctic, Aug 30, 3 whales
Lahaina, Sept 18; sld from Honolulu Sept 30 for home!
uchotsk, Bept XJ, wo
OchoUk, Sept, S whales with ber tender '
Arr at Keala. Oct 9; sl'd ha Hon. Not 2fr 8. J. de Fuca
Arr at Honolulu Oct 12 ; s'ld Oct 26 for N Z A home ,
Arrived at Hi nolulu Oct 12
Antic, July 20, 1 whnle !
Arctic August 25. 9 whales
Arr at Honol.-lu Sept 16; sld October 6 foi N Zealand
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24 j
Arctic, Aug 2 6 whales . .
OchoUk. June, clean
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 800 wh
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 ,
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
.to iorwara iuh repons 01 tneir vessels to tne
Soc. Islands; Hongkong; Hakodadi, Japan,
i Sp. ,Wh.
Oaselle, Baker, N B'57
Gen. Scott, Daggett, F II '65
Greyhound, bk Cathcart, W P '57
870 j ..
Uolcooda, Howland , N B '56 1350 150
Nan '56 1 700
N B'55 1500
N B'57 1 240
N B '56 1000,
N B'56; 750
N B '66: 600.....
N B '571 250' 20
N B '561050, 350
Starbuck, Nan '66' ISO
James Lo)icr, Itamsdell, Nan I '55
J. A. Parker, ISwniu? . N B '57i
Jas. Arnoll, (Sullivan, N 11 '57
Jos. Uragduu, Bates, N B,'67
B '68 100
Matilda Sears,' Wing,
Mary Wilder, Barker,
Mermaid, bk, Howe,
Morning Star,: Norton, .
Dart '66 400
N B'67 300
Oct 26 .
N B '66 850i
N B '67
N B '66
last from Manila
Niger, . .
gwain, N TJ '65: 80W
uibbs, Nan '55 850
Gardner, iNan '66' 400
Jernegan. N B'56 7001
Sept 11, 200 wh
IRay, INan .'65! 600
By the Agent Hudson's Bay Company.
TINMAN'S IRON WIRE, assorted sizes;
Fencing wire, linseed oil, turpentine, white lead ;
Black paint, green paint. Stockholm tar, pitch ;
Groceries, perfumery-, stationery ;
Sheathing copper, assorted sizes ; composition nails, do ;
Anchors and chains, st I l tie to went market ratea
Iron, assorted sizes ; hair brushes, blue cloth caps ; .
Assorted clothing, spunyarn, ratline ;
Assorted cordage, tarred and Manila ; '
Stilton cheese, hams, Byass' ale. sherry, port, brandy ;
Genera sauce, preserved meats and vegetables ;
Abernethy's biscuits, Lemann's biscuits. . ...
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SADDLERY.
including fittings and trimmings of all descriptions for carriages
EARTHENWARE AND GLASSWARE.
Canvass of all Nos., huckabacks, stockings and hose ;
- Green, blue and white blankets ; ' -Long
Cloth, various qualities ; madapolams ;
Brown cotton, blue prints, mourning prints, muslins . '
Crinoline, real cloth ; thread of all kinds, cotton drill t
linen drill, cambric banderehlefs, silk do, book muslin t
, Victoria lawn, jaconet, black Orleans, do Alpacca;
Black priccetta, do lasting, silk umbrellas, cotton do :
Alpacca umbrellas, ribbons, black lace mitts, black silk :
- White silk, barege scarfs, broad oloth ; '
Silk mantles, new styles ; cords and tassels ;
' Woolen plaid for children', dresses ; towels, lace fans t -White
vesting ; green, white, bine and amber lenos 1 .
Blue flannel, printed and plain barege ;
Gold lace, i to 1, inch ; combs, Ae-, A., Ac
CANDLES, isi great rariety. B2-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
furnish to the Honolulu public the following, on the most
rersonable terms s . - - -
- CORAL STOKE! ?
In any quantity, for building and other mnv. 1.
, y . a- r"- sww sv uiuvll
each. In the rough, or not squared, for foundation to buildings,
at so much per ox cart load. Steps and Door or Window Sills
and Caps, with smooth surface, cut out In any size to suit.
Atiawe, ftre wsstl,
Ballast fwr Veaaela. '
uisica, Skewawklaa, Haraw. Ac.
' ' J. I. XWlETT.
PHE CARGO OP THE CHILIAN BARK
J. - Alexandra Garrtroa" oooslstlnTof
tasssi Steass, rl
1 tsa Saliactre.
L. H. ANTTtnv
ii-li. -JL;- riH li :dfal -'to- it. I'.t iteDorts .from vessels iVanv im -r .
L C Richmond
Perkins 1867IX L
Jernegaa 2d 1867 N B
Hatha war IBM : a
1856 N B
Lemercier 11867 Chal
Manchester. 1857 N B
BUlings Stewart ,
11856 N B ......
V1865 N B lArctie
!1867!N B lArctie
.1867 N B Arctic
Mary A Susan
.1867 N B
41867 N B
1867 N B
1, jl856; Nankt
1867 N B
.1867 N B
1857 N B
. ;i856 N B
.1857 N B
1857 N B
11864 8 n -11857
1856 N 8
1855 N B ......
!1 866 Stngtn ......i
1857 arnpt Br Bay
Hempstead ,1857 N L I
Grandsaine 1866; Havre; Arctic
N S Perkins
"1857; N B
11857 N B
1857 Hon i Arctic
1856 N B v j
.1867 Edgar, Arctic
!lS57iN B . 1
1865j 44 - j
.1857 H Arctic
1857 F n
Steen - .1857 N B
Danelsberg 1857 Hono
Lambert .1855 N B
Hamilton 1855 G P
orey isoa 3 a
Handy 1866 Nankt:
Weeks .1857: N B
Rajah, bk .
,1856, N B
.1856 N B
(1867 F H
1856 N B
J1857 N L
1857, N B
1855, N B
185T N B
Ashley - .
I Reindeer .
Roman 2d -Rousseau
,1857 N B f......
1 856: Havre
Sarah Sheaf, bk
1857 N B
1866 P H
1856 N U
1855 N B
!l867 J H
11856 C S
L. B. King
Superior, bk .
1856: F H
1857: N L
186j Nankt Och'k
1855. N B
1856 S H
I Vernon, bk.
1855 N B
Vilte de Rennes
Wm. A nenry
W C Nye
1855: K H
-MJ aras Snsw SVswasT MnlSIlfl !! aawimi- iimvjj 1 wrasins m : : I. - . I .A aw pa I A I V (LSi i -NUM1 1
Ha Vlifc W v ' I ' ! IflM,. H IsVffi'r 1 OU SHU W lfW I
: ST'. wTg" pa ;6ch'H wm-HT ,fl00
W- 1 - t g.lT. W . . 11 !.' Is. . r m 1
I'uuiisner 01 mis Liist. j-ieuers addressed to mm ana leu at lMonganui. i. Z.. : lalct:
and other ports, will be forwarded by first conveyance. ' ,
. Last report at New Zealand
. April, 1858, off Tomues
Oueida, . '
May, 18H, off Paita
June 24, b lat. SO, W Ion. Ill
May 21, sailed from Paita
. Art at Lahaina Oct 16 ; sl'd Nov 1
. March 20, at Talcahuano '
.iMav, 1858, at Tomlea
. Off i'uita June, 1858 ' ' ' '
Ph.de la Noye Gardner,
Last report ou New Zealand ' t
March 27, sailed from Talcahuano
Juue 12, 1358, at I'aita
Sea Shell, bk,
At Gallipagos Islands
May 6, 1858, at Talcahuano
May 2, 1858, at Paita
... Last at New Zealand
...jMarch, 1868, off Paita
25 May 29, at Paita .
20: April, at Paita - :
. . . .March, at Paita, clean
50 June, 1858, at Tombcx
btatira, bk, -Stella,
April 12. at Bay of Islands
Va. States, bk
220 Off l'aita June, 1858
.... j May 20, at Gallipagos -
. . . .March, 1858, sailed from Talcahuano
. . . 1 April, sailed from Talcahuano -
Valparaiso, bk Tilton,
Wm. A Ellxa,
. . . . Arr at Honolulu Oct 3, nothing this seaaot.
. . . .: May. isoB, at f alta
. . Ou New Zealand ground . .
100 May, 1859, off Paita
..May 21 at PaiU
...j Last on New Zealand '
... . Aprii, 1868, at Talcahuano iA
,...!Arr at LahainaOct 14 1 sl'd Nov 1
KINO STREET, NEAR THE BETHEL CHURCH.
WESTPHA MA HAMS, SMOKED HAMS;
8ugarured Hams. Fresh Lard.
French fruita. In syrup,
- Yarmouth Bloaters,
English Dairy Cheese,
California Cream Cheese,
- Light Brown Sugar,
Crushed Loaf Sugar, - ;
. Loaf 8ugar,
Carolina Rice, '
China Rice, -Peart
.. Superfine Flour,
Presh Corn Meat. - v;
White Beam, .
Assorted Meats and Soups.
- Presh Lobsters, .
Presh Clams, y '
: Assorted English Pro its,
Assorted English Jama,
Assorted Englirh Jellies.
Assorted English Sauces, .
Assorted Engtith Pickles, -.
English Green Peas,
French Green Peas, ' " -
While Wine Vinegar. :
Cider Vinegar, '
- Presh Peaches, In tins, T--
Presh Quinces, In tine. - i
srencn u 11 res.
, French Mustard,
Sardines, small tins,
Sardines, large tins, -Assorted
Assorted Spices, .
Lamp Oil, v
"orot stershire Sauce,
Pine Oolong Tea,
Fine Green Tea,
Presh Roasted Coffee,
Greea Coffee, - J 1
Assorted Sootch Btocuits
Salt Water Soap,
Bateratus, 1 -Yeast
Fine Table Salt, ,
Carbonate of Soda, :
t?V? nek 1st tla,
Saia Us. 8-tf
FOR SAlE OR HIRE
VEJrSUP15Rl6R BILLIARD TATtr st
On hand. .r, rL X" """l. enplete. Also
Arr at Hostolalo. Oct 81 -
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 26
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 31
S000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 28
.... Ochotsk, Bept 1,406 wh
Ochotsk, Aug 16, 250 wh
. .... Ochotsk, Sept 1, 600 wh '
.r.. OchoUk, Sept 1, 70n ...
Ocbotsk, Sept 1, 600 '
1900 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 25 ;
Aean Arr at Hilo Sept 6; sld Bept 16 for Ke
low lahaina, Oct 2 1 sld fm Hon. Oct n,
.... Arctic, Ang 15, 2 whales .
2000 Arr at Honoiula Oct 15
6000 Arrived at Lahaina Oct 5 1 sTd from v '
10000 j Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12 7S
9O0 i 10000
OchoUk. Sept. 160
Ocbotsk, June, 2 whale
Ochotsk, Aug 20, 3 whales
Ochotok, Bept 1, 400
-lOchotsk. Sept 1. 1600
'Kin i aoool . . irH.j..i.. 1. .fu v M .
I ms n mvu"iww A, . iu 141 fw.
lOO iwti Arrived at Honolulu Oct 12t sl'd X.T.
. i rvk.n..w A .... on Rwi-L . .
IUUO inuw Arr at Lahaina. Oct 23
660 00 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Ocnotsk. Bent 1. 1000
300 1800 Arr at Lahaina Oct 16
....clean I Arr at Lahaina Oct 16
-l i Ochotsk, Sept 1,800
4001 8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
800 12000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 27
Lost In the Arctic May, 1P&J
Ochotsk, Sept, 13 whales
O-hotsk. July. 1000 wh
clean I A rr Lahaina, Oct 2 aid from Honolulu Oct -
t !... 1 tl A . 4
.... I .fiHui aw; aw, wwii r
2500 Arrived at Honolulu Oct 4 sld Oct 21 kitrf
ucnotsK. eept z, sw ;
On KodiHck. Julr 20. 6 whales I
1400 18000 Arr at HUo, Oct 24 i Honolulu, Oct SI
4000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24
OchoUk. Sept 27. 600 '
1000 Honolulu, Sept 12; sld from Kauai fiepti:
OcaotflK Kept JX, SOU - .
OchoUk, Sept 1. 7 whalea
Arctic A ueu Ft. 6 wbaha
2001 2000 Arr at Hilo Sept 4; sld Mept 15 for New W
noken Oct 23, 700, bound to UUo i
Hrhotk, June, clean
8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
630 8000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 22
juu 2000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 4
45 r 660 Arrived Honolulu Jul v SO t aid Am 19 fort
t.tA I. - - . ' - L
iJau 12000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 26
OchoUk, Sept 22, 1360 wh
(lf.hnti.lr S..,t 1 7in
01 4000 Arr at Honolulu Sent 18i aid Oct 6 for H Z.
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 25 wh
14000 Arr at Honolulu Sept It sld Sept 26 for 5 1
zou Arr st Honolulu, Oct Z8
OchoUk. Oct 1. 400
12000 Arr at Hilo. Oct 23
oOOO Arr at Honolulu Sent 10; Bid Oct U to en.:
11000 j Arr at Honolulu, Nov 1 i
clean Arrived at Hilo Sept 20 r sld Sept SO for 1 ! '
Ochotsk, Sept 26, 800 I
Arr at Hilo, Oct 25 f
Arctic. July SI. clean ' I-
1000) Arr at Lahaina Sent St sld gept 10 for XrtW
7000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 28
11000 Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3 t s'ld Oct
11000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 11 1 s'ld Oct 26 tor Sit
Z500 1 Arr at Hilo, Oct 23
12000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 26
10000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 21
4000 A rr at Honolulu, Oct 81
....Ochotsk,Sept20,600 . .
Ochotsk, Sept 27, 1700
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 10 ; sl'd NovSfrl
Arrived at Honolulu Oct S
Ochotsk, Sept 1, 700
arr at Lahaina, Oct SO
Arrived at Lahaina Bept 22 1 sld Oct IS hi
Ochotsk, Sept i, 000 wh . f
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 ft
Arr at Honolulu. Oct 28 r
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23 t
v.rr m nuuuiuiu, ci so
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 29
Spoken August 6, 1 whale
Arrived Honolulu Aug 17 1 sld Bept I, dm
Ochntsk, Sept 1, 400
Ocbotsk, June, 1 whale
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 30
Arr at Honolnln, An 1 .
Arctic, July 20, clean
Spoken Oct 23, 700, hound to Hilo
Ochotok, Sept I, clean - - -
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 38
Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24
Arrived at Lahaina Oct t sld Oct 16 for 1 1
Arr Honolulu Aug 1 ; sld Aug 17 for S.L
Arr at Honolulu, tict 17
Arr at Honolulu Oct 13 1 alM Not 2 for Urn?
Arrived at Honolulu Oct 3; sailed Oct 13 ri
Ochotsk, June. 30 bbls
Arr at Lahaina, Oct 23
Last report at New Holland. April 11
N 11 '66 1000
'Nan '65 1800
,N B,'&7 i
. . . Last report on Xew Zealand I
May 6, sailed fin Talcahuano to m .
, ... On New Zealand, clean h .
27 Off Paita J une, 1S5S r
N B.'&7 100
N B '57
F U '65
April, 1 o jo, enireu irura iih:
. . . April, 1858, off Paita
60 May, 1858, off Paita
... Off shore ground, 1858
N It,'65 800)
530 June, 1853, at Tomhes
....On Japan. July 20, 1 wbak
.....Last on New Zealand
. . . April, 1853, sailed from Tslcthsc'.
.....On New Zealand
B '55 1300
B '67 . 35
Off Fecjees, June 22, '5
fLnce, - !N
Hatha w'y jN
SOO Off Paita, May 21
;..)Last at Tahiti
wa .lew fjauana
' A (&... - . .
celebrated Bittern, hut m..(rn1 ner "Fssnf v
for sale by 108-tf ' , C. L. RICBAj
FOR SALE BY THB UKDEbS
lOO coJne IKW B'50,lI, i
40 coil. New York whale Uoe;
Whalemen's Oars, in seta; -.
Whalemen's slop clothing, rlst
Monkey and reefing Jackets;
Striped flannel shirts;
Gray - do do;
, ... 8triied flannel drawers;
. Red flannel do' do;
. Hickors- hlrtf2
Russia caps and tarpsolis
" WmU tfnrlrinM Urtl SIM SSI
' ' 5? 3 "otter, In douWe pscriT'
; Manila cordage; . , ,: , . ;
.... tried aW(w,
" Carolina ricet
M Best English boiled Unseed oil;
Bet Uo white lead; .
. ' fJ6 ; 1 back paioti . . .
uest do green int;
. ; - FOR SALE BV
' ctobpr e y irnoD
rrnocKs. sauterxes axp
t;haropaT, Cherry CorUiaii(
Very superior Sherries; .
Pine old port;
. M Jamaica Rum,' a superior artJckl
HoHaads Gin, la owe dose and lar e"
Old Tom, Moooogmhela Whisky; ,
- Brandias, Etttcrs, etc oto. ;
N B '57
iil B VI iOUj....l
Reynard, N It '5 1150 . , . . June 10, off Paita
Doruin, S 1J.'67, M .... Off-shore ground i
Woodw'd WP '59 6od....jArr at Lahaina, Oct 25
IV wt IVl AfkAl II, .n 1CCC M-A I TVaVa?.
reai.es, - s B 'o& 450 .... April, 1S58, suited from Takata"!
HilL NB'M 150 March, 185S, sailed from TiksM,
Slocum, N P'5 200 100 Mav, 1S58, off Paita I "
Crocker, U B '55 July a euiied from TaliiU
I 1 I
Hager, N BW 120 . ...'January, 1868, South Pscifls I
iTerrilL ;N B '65. 00OL... June, lUS. off Paita : i
Or to J. C. PPACLDntO
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