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Crt Oelober Term, 1 838.
0ii T- Jahn Meek.
, BEUT-o: delivered the decision of the
. .riinn Tjinst the defendant.
1 -urt of IInnoh.1-. to recwer the ,;.le
t tea hf tne elenaam on ni mtia at
r"4 j U impounded and noli!, a
' "Ip. lata-reod that jiKl-n.ent should
'-t hi" in t e court helow. reserving
t appeal, in -rler that the case,
, 'L ITvne q e-'tioii f g'ent im;iortance.
Limine iae-'VV; , V" HuVT!
rv t'ni court.
r'."h..; U.n ur thr.-e fcvrl lease, the
e Liu l mi-i'n, or otherwU ; and
e ildV.jaunf ori2.-i. " me part of the
Uh ai. 1 i-aTie.l to the gorernmtnt
-c th.'v wer.- !.ti-j-ei-ntlyolJ under the
"e nrumtnt ol i::e r-irirss wis
.Vj'ljinutf co'i:i I u:oii theclr.uo ii. )ie
a l'lth ol Fe! ruarr, lioi. which read.n as
.V'lf e hi.i i hoij:u:.!ima kc kue
n n i: fcaofcki e noho una mil.ilo o ka
a , . ciiia " '1 h--t to sit, This lease
llfin,;1-i,iJ a-. totiriictLn r intt-ricrin)
' - .!' ;'V-e !,'uo un.Ur the sha le
-Vn f.e ---t i.r: (tli K no!,;ki.") He
" 'm- t'.. t! .rf t'.ie riv.t of the jda-ntilf,
".-i : vi.ir iii 5rr t,ie t" the Koif.
' t' jre-t rvel hy the grantor. Mr.
a.; i : - it tho-e ruhi iiic'u le i the riht
J". f : .elr a-.iin i. Neither the le.ise of
d HI wi:L-h rover the Hi of Lihue.
;. x I -'h of J i'-y. which cover the
i ..-. c-:i ii .mv ciau-e j araliel to that
' ,,..:J trt ia the lca.e of iho ltitii cf
"i-ji. t-i-ti ix.fjre the plaintiff eouUl
. r, bv i of tiie reservation in f .vor
.-. the ;c-p'.e living n ler the Ivonohi
:..e lete of 1S31, he must first :rve
ir w-rt; ?-it; on the l.nd covered hy
; -tj it i exriesly doflare! in that
i.t.:!i! t t:.c I;i f IJ.!ine nor the Hi of Wai-
l.i' -o lei in it, a:.d that the ter:ns mid
oj t e -everal lcae tnicle in 1845. and
r,,-r. a-tt.-l in any way whuever by the
t L - " t . . "i i
. evuieiice iiavin ' uven iiurouui'eu
.iiii.u, u I rove that his horc were ieiz-d
-. i i i .i.
frt iiri mc uuu c-'tcivu iv iiie
arrr l the opini'in that. o far as his
-u" nto:i t-ie re-ervaioii re:errea to, in
:t n;u. fII to the rour.U. X
onl icrel iht the line of arru-
ap by :':.e deirn laut, w;iive.l the tece-ity
. still we r.re of the opinion that tlie
. : cmn-'t fand upon the n;irr.w ba.-is
in tiie iense. lor the ciaae wnic-n
:-ji'el car.nit f;iirl v be construed to be anv
te i-iju i np'r a reservation of the rijihts
br Uk to the hoaainas living under the
i ,tat .elOth of F.-braary, 18-33. We re
fjw therefor as of very little practical
e, in-much as those rights would, a.- it
i u. h ive !en equV.ly well preserved with
. a cUtt-e ; and it was not in the power of
Atti. tad he reen so dipoei. to alienate a
I .lit secnreil by law o the plaintiff.
. it: n if a riht of p istume, put forward
iiii'irf, i m -le to ret uxxi far broader
:;ut..i: j.i-t inen;i.ne.L which fact rtn
f ex-eoaeoi areat importance, not only to
Ur.-iel proprietor throughout the Jvin-
r ". t'.iiji-iii-l f tV.e common people. It is
i oc bv.-.iif ot the plarotitf that he, as a
i Hn.in.i'iii. has it rijrht to p isUire t.is
i t ie rvulal tudof that Ahupuita, upiu one
: tw 'ro'inds ; tirt. by custom ; or seeoitd
T br the evidence, that horses were first
-i on th-i Akup'i w of lionouliuli about the
i;;tht within ten years afterwards they
:.e aimer-u. aid that the hordes belong
1 i o.i:t:u. were allowed to pa-lure ujwn the
ir. c :nta n with th e of the n.on-hikL
iuither. ihit aUut the yevr 18ol. ait. r
:-ui ni the ite r laws rela'in to the tenure
:r'tni ani.-r'f the hoaainas of IIonoulL-
l .-A', x ne an lerstand Air. If allele t't tes-
-ne wh , had ii"iined awarls for their
f. i.l ..th -m wh . had not, came to Mr. Haa-
&a-tini. and ex;-reiu; their un.ler-i.-.
i e Li t.'iat under the new order of things
. 1 e oil ;T ir in the e ijoyment of f-oine of
i-t ..ne I rL 'its and priv.ltr 'e, including the
. r.Ti ii oi pistura. they "tfercl to en-
-z : r .u.c, a lormeriy, upon me ivoiuj-
'iivi, in consider tin of liis allowing
e .j v i.l tiiir iic't.ned rights and privi-
i ;i.i o.itiii he agreed; that since
.l the h..i.i.ii . w!i , have duly performed
;zk t'.ie Kot.'.hUi diy. have i.een per-i-'re
their !ior-e on ths kul; laud as
; ai t-iiit tlie j.'.ahitiT is f.tc of tho-e who
ia-iel to ;a:r a. C'.r-.in tr that nreeni'.'nt.
1'0. t'ait within the three years ia.st p:i-st
. I at h.a re e-iteillv not rie I the hoaainasto
- .tir !..,res ii).u tfi-Ivulu lauds leased by
'-;: teof faets, it is argued by the le.rncd
: 't the t,Liir.ti.f. that he. in coiniiion with the
P aiiri o tlvnu.iu.t, is entitled to then Jit
f-e. by ci.it ai. O i the other ha.id.it is
" ln part of the deteiulmt, that tct-re
t can sustain this cl.im on tiie ground ot
th? tu; ra attempted to be M?t op mast ap
uve exi-te li'rjiu time inamcmorial ; to le
e. t. be ceruia. and i..t n. onsLsIent with
' of the tan I.
we arc of t!ie oplni n that the objection
r tae counter f.w t:ie J f-udant against the
- -tiit t be set hy the jdainriif, that it is
t have oiitainei from time irnmeniorial,
-t to ?r4t wci-ht, uc do ut think it neces-
ro a eoiieidsire opinion up-n that point
or i; I obvious ta us th.it the custom
t-r m m unreas-inal.Tf. h , uiict-rtdiii.
Pn mi to the .spirit of the present laws,
f "sht not to be su-tuined by judicial authar
n is (er.e tiy clear that, U the plain
h "". holdui his land bv virtue of a lee
'wifrom the land he has no
f ' -r cl:i:ioin:, . ri.tnrn..nr,n ltr i-iulau.
' 'trigat ever was cutomarv, it was
'r l' the holding of land by a far ditferent
'n i that by wnich he now holds a tenure
' tue hoaaina va .- lihnr a mrt'm
Maud. nda Iik m.mlur nf flsra f,ir the
rS 'ven, merit, as prtrment or rent," both for
n rl. '"e ,ani ard lor the enjoyment of the
s t pnviie. a appurtenant thereto,
tie very ft that the plaintiff holds his
mt i k imple title, frees bun i r-
.i 1 'af),,r firrner!y due to the government
- - onohiti ; he no longer owes, noi can he
0n to Tterform a..ti l,W I n t. a rm v
f'l" Uef hi land, or for the enjoyment
I ,-t ..r privilege, and if he performs uch
-euaer by force of law or custom, but in
11 1 of m .-: . . . . . 1
, . p'.'aw contract. Again, it
toums t-v be a hoaaina of Ilonouliuli, h..ld
l4na. not i .i .rA
'el i "..pvi.utiuiji, upon ui
nd Commission, but according to ancient
ae;ndenee upon the Konohiki. and that.
f entitled to the right of pasturnge, by
e is met bv th t,c;, r nijnin.l
faeed by himself, to the effect that in
oi he, in common with th. othr hoaainas
Jui, admitted that his former right or priv-
-c was determined, hy the operation oi
!fe-tinr tha tor. .nrl tt h
ho!!l iermi"i to enjoy the right of pasturage
"es. not h, i . v... ;n
fc.; vv iff! Vr t UBbUlll) Ill
. certi" labor which he has pertorm-
Iki t i. "" special contr-.ci wiiii me
' coon not have been swd, with
or reason, to hav Kw.a .,.ki;.k.i k.
-om. And whatever private agreement
i ,v 5' m"J hT8 existed between the plain
rfj K.0nohiki, that, of course, cannot affect
. ngnu under hi leas a. unless behaoi
. Lot t'.;e A'uipii'ia ti inouiiun. wiih
,n oi' .ert.iu ir:ioii ex;.re-ly reserved
. l t'r e 1-e-t ic:ie. mailc on the 16th
!.-,. H5; that the plaintiff" is a
:l " ';!.!, rliLrZ '' Part of that
' . Bv V . baV I & II ft II 'II III II III III
PCTBCISIIEn WEEKLY HV
toTiT,1 nCe,of uch oement,ar.d bound himael
to i respect its teims.
Let,. snow pass on to the examinati-n of the
c - j'va v iiiv.il kll
. . " """ueu, ana nentiv
, ' "uve '.ever ieen axprcsly repeaW bv the Leiri
ature. lhe pl.mitiif relie. more particu'l .rlv, upon
a j.art of the farst of thoe resolutions, which read
as fdlows. viz : The rights of the hoaaina i , the
land consist cf his own taro patehe. and all other
p aces which he himself cultivates for hi own u-e
and if he wi-h to extend hi.- cultivation on unocc.
pied parts, he has thc right to do so. lie has also
right m the -ras land, if there be anv under hi.
care, and he m-y take grass lor his own use or for
sale, and may also t .ke fuel and timber from the
ra-mnt.ins tor himself He mar also pasture his
horse and cow and other unimds on the l.,nd, but
not in such l umbers as to prevent the KonohikiVrnm
, n " uinuii'iii Willi
outers i r tne pasturage ot their animals
. . l"- - mvil Ull.lllttl wii;;oilt tlie
conxMit of his Konohiki, and the Minister of thc
This declaratory enactment was pa-sod by tne
Legislature at a time when the old system as to the
tcnuie t.f lands was still in cxi ,tcnce,"and before tlie
passa-e of new laws upon, the eu'.ject ol land titles.
me peraiion 01 me lana CommisMon, and I he re.it
Tph nrr. n . . I tl.A a,., n f t 1 . 1 . . 1 : . - l ,
..... . - niaicr "I iiiiv mill llliPlf-lS m laiill.
at the time of the passage ot tlie joint ie--lutions r.f
, - - . . ' ....... mj. rn.VV II, l-UlrVT
nsolutinis themseivc. and from thc fuml.tm ntisl
I'rincipl s adopted by the Hoard, f Commissiouors
t: quiet itnd tit'es. in their adjuilieation f claim
presented to them.'' to be found on paes Rl to 9i,
inclusive, of the 2d vol. Sratule Lnw. AVhile it is
tru2.that the joint resolutions referred to, have never
been exj.rest-ly repe led, we think there can be no
doubt that, a. l.vist those .. them which nre merely
de -laratory' f the law n luting tc rights in land, hav
all been iuiid.ed y annulled and superseded by other
enactments up..n the same subject.
in or ler to Ascertain ami declare what is now the
law ui.on that subject, it is necessary to examine and
consider together the sev. ral eii..ctments in pari ma-
frirt Ul i r ! n rn to - m f mini titi.lin.r tl.n ..tiituf.
vision .t 1SH. had hrou rht :.fio:it nn.l i..r-,.,.t,,.,l
, . - . ...... - -...
t :t entire revo.utiou in the law nifcting rights in
'and, and land title-, which has taken j hu-e since
the ve.r 1SIG. !!. pIiaraHor of t: nl.l crt.,.,
book. The Joint llesoliitions of NovenJi.-r. IS 13,
were not only declaratory of the rights in land, pos
sessed in common at that time, by the (iovemmen',
the k-uiohiki, and the hoaaina, but were alo, in parr,
d:ro--tor as to the mode of leasing, purchasing and
dividing of lands, having due reg rd to the common
rights of thee several piulics. Si fir as these Re
solutions provided for a division of land, their pro
visions have been entirely superseded by other nml
more expeditious arrangements. I r. while the Great
' Division of 1818 separated and defiiird the land of
the King and Government, and th;.t of each konohiki.
the action of the Land Cou'.iis.-ion separated and
defined the l.nd t every hoaaina who succeeded in
sustaining a claim before the Hoard.
It was evidently the intention of the Legislature
that, whenever, in any case, a tract of land was di
vided between thv several parties in intere-t, those
rights which they had previously heid in common,
while their inteiests in the land were undivided,
should cease to be so held. The fourth Joint Reso
lution provides that, If any man wish to obtain an
allodial title to the laud which hn has himself cuhi
vatt.l." he sh..uld .have the ri-jht to petition the
Minister of the Interior fr the purchase of such
land. :.nd if the lai d was sold and patented, the price
i.l'taii.e I therefore was to be divi led eq-i lly between
the Government anil lie kono!ii Tlie fifth Joint
Kesoluti.j reads as follow s : " Whenever any indi
vidual secure in al!odi-d title to his cultivated
grounds, as specified ab.ive, and the jm!ure ground
and uncultivated parts remain, then thai rem tinder
shall belong equally t Government nd to the kono
liit t'Lr vn T Ii JtMit -ril ni ioi rrovilf.s that.
"w -s. - i- - I
If anv konohiki wish to have his portion oi any :
pit'H ii ir uiiupuiia eib mo iu iiiiii i.i.iHii.ii iu
lig'.it in the same, that he may procure an allodial
title theref-jr, he may petition the Minister of the
Interior, on stamped paper, who shall have power,
with the approbation of his Majesty in Privy Coun
cil, to complete the arrangements for the same, alter
which there shall be 'iveii to the konohiki a patent
for the same." Can it be claimed that, after a di
vision of the L.nd betw en the several tmrties. in
coi.iormity with the provisions just qu te I, th hoa
aina still had the right to pasture his hors- and
cow and other auim ds on the land" of the konohiki,
to an iaMi.iite extent? We think not. It might
with equal propr.cty be contended that he -till had
the rignt to ext-jnd hi cultivation on unoccupied
parts"7 of the k mohUi's land, without his consent.
We are much trengtheiied in this view of the case
by the reading of the Act passed on thc 6th day of
August, 1S30. coniirming certain Resolutions pass
ed by the hUuif in Privy Council on ti e 21st day of
Dc -ember. 1813 , granting fe simple titles, free of
commutation, to native tenants, (or hoaainas) for
their cultivated lands and house lots, and also pro
tecting the hoaainas in the enjoyme. t of certain
rihts'therein enumerated, as against the sweeping
o ?ratifn of the konol.iki's al'o.tial tit.e. The 3d
section of that act empowered the Land Commission
to -Taut fee simple awards, and to define and separ
ate"the portions of 1 md belonging to clitL-ient indi
viduals, so that e-tch . Uitd hIvihUI be b.j lUelf.
The6tii section read as follows : In granting io
the peo.de their cultivated grounds, or kulo lands,
thev shall onlv be entitled to what they have n-ally
cult'ivatcd, and which be in the form of cltiva ed
lands; and not such as the people may have culti
vated in ditferent s,.ots. with the seeming intjntion
of enlarging their lots, nor shall they be ent.tkd to the
'X-- careful exnniination of the Joint Resolu
ti ns of November. 184S, and the Act ol the 6th ot
A, gust. 1830. e find that several of .he provisions
ot The latter are clearlv inconsistent with those -t
tL foriS! nd we are of opinion that, so far as
Si i true, the provisions of 1816 must be -held hj
nocesAarv implication, to be repealed by tno e oi
?S50 The first, s we havo already intimated, were
nassed white the old system of land tenure was still
Tf iU forces! -nd the rights of the eut V
nteiestod in th land were as yet undivided ; the
asTwel "ssed at a time when the entire change
f system whch has taken place sinc e 1816 was in lull
nro.'ress?id had already, to a gr.-at extent, hcen
Lhieved. Ue think the f dlowing language, held by
JlieM-ster ol thelioils.inthecaseolthe I ..not Lly
vs. Bliss, applies here : If two nej. ,11
h. i.ased at different times, the last is I ne one,
T nrUf obelience cannot be oWrved without de
ed, and t it :athe tirst which must give
,ULvery ac 'of rarliament must be considere.l
Z&nZSZ.U the state of the Jaw subsisting
whenitcame into yZyZmVrutiL
PSit mu" ITUo lcVan the maxim, "legetpote
ence. we must aLso act on whenever it
Jo n't Resolution, of N'S-in-.
rogatel, and that Kiina. apart
dl of certain spec he W1 "Jtcd. has been
from his right to Jn,J Jn o the same rights,
. ipersede d by the bon of rf
contained in the .h folloWii, viz : '
I3 -,(, which h,c.,llVnn1ve uken allodial titles to
. When the landlords have ta"n ir lands, 8hall
their lands, theople on eat h oi d house
not be deprired f ihe the land on
timber, aho cord, thatch or ti e should
wWoh they live for their wn P"' a'riht to
they need them, but they shall not h ft ,so
22 ch artie'es t. sell I for P'.octd with
inform the landlord or his agent nttP to
inform the tonr .tao have right to
l&TSS; ndwate, and the ri.ht of
atit was the intention oef
declare, in thU enac ment M xortL
the hoa-ina. kll?gL title of the
konohiki, we have nodnht.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, 'DECEMBER 23, -1853.
clusively shown by the fact that the Legislature, at
its next session, in 1851, had its attention renewedly
directed to this subjec t, on which occasion- it revised
and par Lilly amended the section just quoted, by
n act which commences with the following pream
ble, viz: Whereits, many diffie lties and com.
laints have niisen from the b,-.d feeling existing on
-ccoiint of the k .nohikis forbidding the tenants on
the lands enjoyir r the benefits that have been by la w
given them ; Therefore." etc. It wns evidently the
intention of the Legislature, at the time o the pas
sage of the net of ISoO, that the former right ..f the
hoaaina to p sturo his horse and cow, and other
animals, on the land, but not in such numbers as to
prevent thc konohi i from pastujlng his." should
cease to exist. It was inconsistent with the new
sysfem and was therefore not preserved on th
change of the law. Thnt such was the general un
derstanding throughout the country, after the pas
sage of the act of 13-50, clearly appears from the
evidence given in this case; and "it is matter of his
t ry that during several subsequent oessions of the
Legislature, pQtition were presented for the enact,
mert of a law granting to the common pe plo the
right of Pasturage on the f inds of the kouohikis, but
without success, n the ground that it would inter
fere with vested rights We understand the latest
enumeration, by the Legislature, of the specific
rights of thehonninn, to be r strielive as ag dust the
rights of the konohiki and the G vcrnmei.t, and we
think, therefore, th t th- mnrim eTvrssio unius
ett rxciisio alirriu," (I)warris on Statutes, p Gl'.j)
must be held to apply in this c:isa, with conclusive
force; and that, to., without nv distinction as to
whe'her the plaii.tiff is a kuleana bolder, or other
wise; our understanding of the term pt-:jlr. as used
in tlie "th section of the net of 1& 0, being that it is
synonymous with the term tt-:nn,ls, ns used in the j
law r lating to private fisheries, of which we ex
pressed our view in the recent case of Ilaalelea vs.
Let judgment he entered for the defendant, with'
C. C Harris, E-q.. for Plaintiff. i
A. H. Rates, Ilsq., for Defend int. j
J. TJCI'IOrSIEl X"2. ,
5o-ly Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J. F. COLBUR.V,
65-ly Kaahumann street, Honolulu, Oahu.
B. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
Rpular Line of Boston nu-l Il-.noiulu Packet.
Sale of CofTee fnin the Titc.mh Plantation.
Sale of Crocker Brother : Co's Yellow Metal.
New Fngiand Hooting C'irtiipany. 123-tf
A. P. EVERETT,
J union'. new block, Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Messrs. Sampsox i Tippas, -"
E. D. Briihah & Co., -"
BtTi.KB, Kkith & Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, IsoT.
rii.is. a. bisbop. wji. A. aldrich.
RISIIOP & CO.,
Bankers. Ofiice in the east corner of " Makec's Block," on
Kaahumana street, Hon .lulu.
Will receive dejms ts, discount first-class business pnrwr, ami
attend to collecting, etc. 113-tf
C. A. 3c II. F. POOR.
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, OAUU, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Gkobgi F. Ppabopv, Esq.,
Klisha Haskrll, Ksq., -Messrs.
Rbad, Chadwick & Pkxtkr,
Waldo, Badrv A: Co., -
ABKRStTnY, C'LABK & Co., -BaDUEB
C. L. RICHARDS. H. W SB VERA NCR.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Commission Merchints, and dealers In General
Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu. Sundwich Islands.
Messrs. C. A. Williams k Co., - - Honolulu.
D C. Watbkiias, - "
B. F. Ss.w, ....
William : Havis, - Sew London.
TbojIas Fitch. - "
William Barxes, - '
Mor ias, Sross Ac Co., - Fan Francisco.
McUrs" K Merrill, -
Asa T Lawtox, - "
T. A. R. Nvc, - - New Bedlord.
Edward C. Junes, - u
8. Griffith Moroax. - "
wlTkOIViX. JVUTt r.
D. C. WATERMAN At CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishinr of funds, purchase and sale f Exchange. Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. Iiac H.wlad, Jr., A: Co., New Bsdfirl.
W. G. E. Popr. Esq., do.
MoRRAX, Stoxb & Co., San Francisco.
MrRrER & Merrill,
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, a-:d Commission
Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. L. keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired bv whaleships and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions, &C,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
nr Money advanced for whalers' bills at the lowest rates.
SAM'L. X. CASTLE.
AMOS. 8. COOKE.
CASTLE Sz COOKE,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail dealers In General Mer
chandise, at ths old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near tlie tarire Stone Church. Also at the Store
' formerly occupied by C. H. Nicholson, In King street, oppo
site theSeamans Chapel. Agents f.w Dr. Jaynes' Me.li
cines. July 1. ISoo-tf
D. N. FLITNER,
Conttnnes his old business at the new store In Makee's new fire
proof building, at the stand n-cently cupied hy Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahnmanu streets.
Chronometer rated by observatior-a of the snn and stars
with a transit instrument accurately a-ljustel to the
meridian or Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
mi mltusiisi. i.iutiu
on hand and f. sak. '
UTAI &. AHEE,
Agents for the Sujrar Plantations of Aiko,
at Pulo, Hil" 5 Importers and Wholei
. at Papakoa, ami I wo.
t Pulo, HH" 5 importer, uu ii.... ...........
eri ln China dm Is ; have on haisl, for sale, at their estab-
- . 1.... .. 1 -. Ifcrail-
ments on King street, iionrauiu, ami . uuihiob, jn.ui,
Suirar, Molaases, Syrup. Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varil assortment ttf Keneral merchandise
Honolulu, August 12. 1857. 69-1y
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
descrii)tion. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rigginsr, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf. Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Spurrr.g Gloves, Foils and Masks, Black
. n..H. flmim. are. A:e. Brick Shoe store, comer of
Fort and Merchant sta.. Honolulu. II. I.
C. BREWER 2d,
General Commission Merchant, Honoluln. Oaho, 8. L Money
advanced on favorable terms for bills of Exchange on the
IT. 8., England and France. 53-tf
"""" " ' RITSON & HART,
Successor to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchant, Honolulu, II. I., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Everett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
A. S. A M. S. GRINBAITM,
Importers and Dealers In Fahlorble Clothing, Hata. Caps
Boot and Shoes, and every variety of ileiitleioeu's Superior
Varnishing Goods. Store, corner ot ort and Jlerchant sts.,
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardwabb, Ci-tlem, M-hasic8V
-Tools and Agbiccltcbal Tmplemexts, Fort street. Hone
-: lulu. t ; US-IT
E. O. II A LI-
rmoorter and Dealer In Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, an.1
general Merchamlise. corner of Fort and King streets.
J. C. SPALDING,
Coromlsslofi Merchant, and Importer. Honolulu, Oahu,
u--ni Rills of Exchange on the V. 8. and Europe.
Honolulu, Oaho, 8. 1.
ieninentafrotn abroad promptly atteoded to. Island
dnce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods. Jy 1-if
T. XOSaMAX, Ja
MQSSMAN & SON,
Bakers. Grocers and Dealers in Dry Goods, Nunano treet,noo
olulu. Oahn. 9. I. - '
'!r rex i . t-VJl
torts, giucllings,. r.t la get.
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THAT LARGE AD COMMODI
OUS DWKLLI.NG 110CS12 on Kuku street, nuir
ocruDied by the undersigned.
Tlie House 3 nearly new, and one of the most convenient
lioiiikrs In Honolulu, aoJ contains
Parlor. 22 feet hy 22 f ft.
Pining UiKm, 11 hy 22 feet.
Five fits-pin UouniB,
Uresing HMin, Pantry, Store Rocin,
Ituth lliMim. S rvanl's Room,
Ami supplied wilh water from tlie Gorerninent Pipes.
The Lot is 75 feet frontace, with a depth of nhout 800 feet, and
contains a variety ! Phfule uml Ornamental Trwa.
For pHrilcul.-irs. ele apply to A. EVERETT,
Honolulu, 22, IS.'., 0-tf
sTllE COTTAGE AW PREMISES IX
j jj; Xuaanu Va'.L'y, nt tlie ror.ier .f School uni Nunanu sts.
J""t, lately occupieil hy Mr. SmithiM. The house is In pood
repair, an 1 8uilied with wat-r from thc Uoverutnent Works.
Rent low. For p:u-tieulars apply t
12-if xr. F. LADD.
WFOI'R OFFICES OX TIIE FIRST AXD
fjj.y second Sw of the S:nj liuildiu lately occupied l-.y B.
To l t t
I THE OnnXIER PREMISES.
fr-J ifiu sir-!-:, opp wite Merchant strjt-t, c Hiaistii!
Ki. Sr..ntE. with fixture., etc.
TIIE FOLLOWIXG ROOMS AM) OF-
.va fi- es in the KIUK llt V HRKK Be 1LD1NU, corner of
k.K.liumanu ami liu-jen tr'fts, viz :
The neron.i Ihwir, at prca.-nt occupied hy D. C. Wafrnjin & Co.
The third (l.w.r. over tiie ofiice of Messrs. C. A. A." II. F. Poor,
The o(H';e on tlie s -c md fiox.r, directly over the Savings Hank.
I he CelUir j' the alKvo building, cnpahle of staraye of 1000
l'os -sslon given stumcdiatelv. Ternis nioderite. Applv to
II Mf CHAS. PRKWKU,2d.
ttPTXO XEW, XE T. WELL-l
fottai'es, with nti'-hui!diu couipiete, Ilea
r the Metiiodiirt
I Loi-icopal Cliiuvli. Apply to
J. T. WATER UOUSi:.
COTTAGE AXD PREMISES IX LA
IN A, recently occupied by ltr. White. The building
is 22 by l:0 f-et, u i;h rerandaha in front and rear. nd pantry,
s-rvaiit' linsise, cook house, lth h"U., anil other outbuildhit'.
On the premises are several verr superior pr,e vines in full
beRiiiiir. Apply to J. T. WATKUHOl SEi Honolulu,
100-tf Or to II. DICKINSON, Lahalna.
r. TIIE FOLLOWING OFFICES AXD
$"!!' ROOMS, in the Iwick building, comer of Quin and
! -I, Kaahiimanu streets, generally known as tlie Makee &
Authon buil linir, viz. :
The second floor, nt present occujiied by Dan. C. Waterman,
The third floor over Messrs. Alliich & Bishop, suitable for
The oITice on the second fl:or, (lately w.-cupied by J. Makce, '
1 he cellar of the above building, capable of storage for 1,500 ;
barrels. Applv to j
6.V4f CIIAS. BREWER, 2o.
ALL THOSE WELL ENCLOSED PRE-
mises bTi'ttrfiir oernoie'l bv 1. W. .Miv Jt4 . nrierA
u'.'.'A'. residence, adjoiniiur Mr. M on tiromery's garden, on Smith
Bridge, aud eight minu es' walk of the wharf. The houses con-
' sist of a large parlor, with a splendid view of Nuu imi Vall"y, a
' dining fkhh, fHir good bed rooms, pantry, cook house and well.
I The garden is well ntocked with fruit trees, and the situation is
1 cool, picmresque and salubrious. A family will find it a most
desirable residence. Inquire of JOHN MONTGOMERY.
117-tf Merchant street.
TO LET. "
TH I WELL-KXOWX PREMISES
uocrtti?d by C. W. Vincent, na carpenter'a shop and lam-
! ber vard, and more recently by Misrs. II. C Ieonard fc Co.
two Kood buiMings Iwing ou said premises, fit for
' trade or storage purposes.
For terms apply to
J. WM. PFLCGER,
II. Hackfeld & Co.'s '
FIRE PROOF STORE TO LET.
iA THE LARGE AXD COMMODIOUS FIRE
Proof Store on Kthamanu street, lately occupied by
:J3t. Messrs. Krull & Moll.
Terms moderate. Possession
given Immediately Apply to
CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
A COMMODIOUS COTTAGE O.V IIO-
t-'l street, d rectly oppsite the residence of Captain B. F.
Snow. Apply to lllS-tf R. OILLILAND.
T O L E T
TIIE BOARDING ' HOUSE IX THE
nf fhe " White Horse Hotel " with 12 separate bad
rooms, all furnished. Inquire ou the premises. 111-tf
XTHE FIRE-PROOF STORE AT PRE-
i; :!' "cent occupied by Messrs. Krull At Moll. Possession
Jt-.lli- civeu on 1st next month. Apply to
otf CIIAS. BREWER 21.
j yivTHE CELLAR UNDER THE IIOXO-
I IE.::'.; lulu House one of the most convenient in town capa-
JLl. hie of storiug ulwut 400 tons. Inquire of
' iotf II. M. WHITNEY.
For sale or to let.
THE FORETOP PREMISES OX KING
strwt. TermslilwT.il. Apply to
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
HOUSE TO LET. Apply to
S. JOHNSON. Cariieiitcr,
Merchant street, near the Royal Hotel
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
TIIE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
Averlrrg, Ksq., corner of King and Maunakea streets.
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
terms apply t .-? f ) F I.ORENS fcTAl'K.Ml OKM.
-a TIIE TWO STORES RECEXTLV
erected in Fort street, between King and Merchant sts.
"1M it..-.:..- a. ... i..4a li-ie thtn filteil Lo suit bv
! carlv application. For terms, please apply to
TO BE SOLD OR LET. A LARGE AND
commodious residence i" N'uuanu Valley, about a mile
and a half from town. Terms moderate. Apply to
Honolulu. July 1. 1-tf " L. Kfcfc.
FFICE TO LET. The front Office over the Post
office. Enquire of
(T.4-tf) . H. M.. WHITNEY.
rinmlier ! Inmber !
AT TIIE OLD LUMBER VARD Just re
j. ceived. ex Fortuna, the Iwmt assortment of Eastern Lum
ber ever iiniM.rtc-1, consisting of
15,000 feet ssort-d while oak plank, tor Ship Carpenters'
and Wheelwrights' use.
20,000 feet white pine sheathing boards. 1 inch thick.
15.'XK) feet yellow pine 11 to li inch plank, for heading and
20,000 feet Pennsylvania white pine boards, parallel widths,
: planed on one side.
5.000 feet Pennsylvania white pine shelving, planed ou both
43.000 Tret assorted dimension pianic, it to z men.
100.000 best Aroostuk shaved cedar shingles.
25,000 best laths.
And a variety of building materials.
C. II. LEWERS, Lumber Merchant.
87 Fort street.
VELLOW M ETALSII EATIIIXG.Mst'dsujess,
JL Composition Nails, faxa the manufactory of Crocker, Bros
At Co, For sale by
B. F. SNOW.
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES.
-sisTb. a-ak BEST SHAVED WHITE
tf tj t J f Cedar Shingles, per
ie' ', for'sale by 112-tf )
C. H. LEWERS, Fort at.
FIRE PROOF PAINT,
- , Fire Sand,
Kaolin, 10 brls of each,
to arrive per clipper ship "Syren," for sale by
119-tf . CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
CASES PRESERVED VEGETABLES,
. - Meats,
" Brandy Fruits, daily expected to arrive per clipper
ship "Syrm," - For sals by
llJMf , CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
FINE WHITE SHIR IS.
CARTON'S FIXE WHITE SIIIRTS.LIXEX
bosoms, collars ami wristbands, for sale by
81-ir . .. C A. At HF. POOR. -
" BLANKETS, Ate '
1 Flannel and Hickory Shirts, to arrive per clipper ship
Svren," ' For sale by
ll-tf CnAS, BREWER, 2D.;- .
' . TEA I TEA I
fOUCHOXG. SOUCHONG AXD OOLONG
Teas, per u Yankee." Some of these teas are very supe
rior. For sale by - 1117-tf H. DIMOND. ..
Assorted iiies for sale by '
... . W. A. AlDRICn.
? j n
ileal (tstatc for mal.
Waikahalula Water Lets!
THE FXDERSIGXED HAVING BEEN'
appoiuted aeut fr the Kale and lease of the
Iiejrs to call the att-ntlon of M-rrhants, Ship Ownnrs, Speculators
and other t this finely situated tract of bind wuicU is now of
fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
t L lTUg. " .
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undt-rsittned at Robert C. Jaulon's Fire-proof Buildiasrs.
X. B. Karlv applicatiiin should be made for ch'Joe
W. L. QUEEN,
A cent for the Sale of Waikahaiulu L..tu
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1853. 121-tf
Valuable Heal Estate for Sale !
-l TIIE RESIDENCE OF R. V. SPEI-,
f.TJ DEN, siruHted on the AVaibiki Road, two miks out
J- Via, of Honolulu. The premises contain about 1JIK
ACRES of well fenced Land, Pwelling Houe, and all other ne
cessary out-houses. There U also a (in-at variety of fruit trees
Peaches, Apples, Cherry, Apricot, Nectarine, Mullierry, Mango,
Quince, and a variety of native fruit, Cocoauuts, etc There ae
five fish ponds on the premises, containing :ilx.ut 20.000 fish, of
which one fourth are fit for use. The ponds are supplied by a
never failing stream of mountain w ter. The land is all In good
cultivation, and bounded with Shade Trees of every description
adapted to thl climate. Persons desirous ol purchasing, would
do well to cull and examine those ireims's.
Terms easy. Title fee simple.
For particulars, inquire of R. V. PPEIDEX,
On the premises ;
Or A. J. CARTWRIGIIT,
Collce PIniitatio?i for ale !
TITCOSI1I C'OF F R E PLANTATION,
AT II AN A LET, KAUAT,
Is ofr-.TcI for sals. The Ijmd of the Plantation comprises up
wards of I OoO A rrrs. and hns upon it 50 OOO Crec
Trrrn. The Innd I well adapted to the cultivation of snirar
cane. Th ? eFt-.ite is nnencumliered. and will be sold by Fee
Simple Til! ;. For fall p.rti-ulars and ttrms of sale, inquire of
10J-!f K. t. SM.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
jTIIR CORAL STORE OX TIIE COR-
V!'' ner of Merchant and Kaahumanu street occupied hy
-;.iit- Pr. McKibbin. P'e?nn liven on th first of Ausrnst
next. The premises are 30 by 00 f.-et. and will le enclosed if
desired, and the house pnt m K-ml order. If si.ld, tne terms
will lie made eav. Tnipiire i f
Honolulu, July 26, 1S5S. 109-tf ASIIER B. BATES.
FOR S VLE.
THE DWELLING HOUSE OX KI'Kl'I
strtK-t, occupied by Mr. Paniel F.wter, opp ite the resi
dence of F. L. Ilauks, Esq. Apply to
125-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THE DWELLING PREMISES formerly
belonging to Robert O. Davis, situated between Dr.
Wood's and Charles Bishop's residences.
Terms easy. Apply to
67-tf ASIIER B. BATES.
THE HOUSE AND LOT SITUATED OX
H'aikiki 1'lains, at present occupied by the undersigned.
Terms liberal. Annlv at this Office, or to
9o-tf JOHN LORD.
LA XT) FOR SALE OR LEASE.
TIIE " FOWLER FARM." situated in Pa
lolo Valley, enclosed and containing forty-even acres.
Terms low. Inquire of
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
Honolulu, April 28, 1S57. 41-tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE for a termor year3,
.';;' the Store Premises now occupied by the un lersi'meo.
B. F. SNOW.
FOR SALE OR TO LET.
SEVERAL ELIGIRLE BUILDINGS
and home lots, situsted on different parts of Mauna Kea
,treet. Honolulu. Terms very moderate. For informa
tion, etc., apply to lOG-tf j. W. MARSH.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED BEING ABOUT TO
M. leavp the kingdom, offers for sale the premises now occu
pied hy himself, known as the Commercial Hotel."
including the Stables adjoining. Also, all the fixtures of the
Hotel, embracing everything requsite for the successful con
ducting of the hotel business, consisting of one superior Billiard
Table, In first rate order, bar fixtures, etc.
The Lease of the Lot on the corner of Nuuanu and
Beretania streets, known as the " Circus Lot," and the Lease of
the "Nauanu Baths."
One Soda Machine, with bottling apparatus complete.
Honolulu, April 22, 1S53. 95-tf
E . J . SMITH,
Undertaker and Cabinet Maker,
w-jBEr.S LEAVE TO NOTIFY TIIE
i jj pu'di
'die that he is now prepared to rurnisn au kiuhs
COFFINS, and superintend Funerals, at the short
est notice. From the long experience he has naa in
the business, he trusts that he may give satisfaction to those who
will favor him with a call. Ready made pine coffins always on
hand, from $4 to $10 ; cherry and koa do- varnished, $10 and
$25 ; koa do, polished, $25 and $10. Koa Lumer on hand and
for sale at his shop, Kins street, nearly opposite the Seamen's
Bethel. -- . t ,
S. B. FURNITURE made, repaired and varnished, with
neatness and dispatch. . 118-tf
JAMES LOCK WOOD,
Tin and Copper Smith,
XT All work In his line will be executed with promptness, and
in a workmanlike manner.
Ifl. It. Harvey,
HOUSE, SHIP, SIGN & ORNAMEN t AL PAINTER,
A.VG STREET, XE.4R FORT, HO.OIMLU.
ALL KINDS OF WORK IN II IS LINE
3L will be executed with dispatch, and in a style second to
HOUSE CAPiPEXTER, &c,
KIXG STREET, A EARLY OPPOSITE THE BETHEL,
RnF.rTFi:LLr INTIMATES THAT
I m. he is prepared to execute any work in the above line, ami
twit Tfi m"n m Miiier. ii kuijiia. n ui mm.. -
AMBROTYPE & DAGUERREAN GALLERY!
n AG UERREOT V PES.
AMD ROT YPES.
TH. W. FKOKBE,
JLr and PHOTOUKAFHS.
Successor of H. Stangenwald,
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
1'IIE UNDERSIGN ED is now prepared to repair or
manufacture all kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forcings and smith work.
Cart boxes, forge backs, anvils &c on hand and made to
order. - ...
Iron and and best quality of smith's coal for sale.
Also one excellent small sixed sugar mill with copper train
complete, adapted to either horse or water power.
2tf D. 51. WrsTOi.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
ARE THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS,
and are prepare"1. with tneir present improvements, to
supply merehants and families with hard and soft soap also,
neats foot oil. . .
rr And always ready to buy or trade for tallow, slush, and
all kinds of kitchen grease.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING EXGAG
ed the services of an experience.! Upholsterer, is now pre
pared to make to order Spring Beds, Hair, Pnlu and Hay Jlat
tresses, Spring Lounges, tc. Old Sofas, Lounges, Ottomans and
Chairs repaired aud re-covered on reasonable terms. F urniture
or all kinds made to order. . ' ' .
Koa black walnut, pine and lead Coffins constantly on band
and made to order. CHAS W. FOX, Cabiuet-maker,
76-tf Stewart's Old Stand, Hotel St., near corner of Fort.
CARPEIITEIl AUD BUILDER,
Fort street, opposite the store of S.imsfng k Co.
ALL WORK in his line done with dispatch and at the
lowest possible rates.
Jobbinc done at short notice.
XT Call and see. il-lf
BREAD S X
Ol'RLY EXPECTED per "Syren," ,
60 Casks Bread, in whalemen's casus,
inn R.4. T4mul. :
100 Cans Wafer Bread, a new and superior article
For sale by "
119-tf . . i ' " CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
MASTERS OF WHALESHIPS WHO DE
sire assistance ta the making np of their accounts, will
please call on the undersiTed, who will give bis Immediate at
tention to business entrusted to him. Office at the " Sailors'
Home." 115-tfl GEO. WILLIAMS.
r-Br HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED
M. to Makee & Ambon's nre-proor ounamg, up nairs, over
the store of W,
C A. At H. F. P0OK.
I III II II I
5 SIX DOLLARS PERANXm.
(VOL.111, A', 20. WHOLE No. 130.
km xranctsra 3bcrlistmci ts;
SINGER'S FIRST PREMIUM
Great Gold Medal Sewing Machines f
THESE MACHINES took the Gold Medal at the
I great Paris Exhibition iu competition with all the machines
of Em. ipe and Axkkica, including Wheeler & Wilson's" a ad
Grai-er & Baker's," and lhe French Government paid linger
Co. 600,000 Irancs f.w Iho use of the pateuts. In addition to
this, we have taken the fikst premium at sev n State Fairs, and
and it hardly needs the verdict of a Honolulu jury where
Sewing Mucin. s are scarcely known to determine tu position
as the best machine for all practical purposes in use All who
have usi-d the different machines will say so, and none others
are competent judges. Address
JSO. IL DCXNELL, Agent,
122-3m 151 Sacramento Street.
Califomia Preserved Meats, &c.
CIALIFOKXIA PRES'D MEATS. SOUPS,
' &c, put up from the let American meats, by
I). R. FROVOfeT & CO.
Sau Francisco, California.'
D. R. P. & Co. have constantly on hand a general assort
Knglish Oilman's Stores.
Xats, Arc., ' lie.
which they offer for sale in (uau cities to suit the purchaser.
TEIIAJIA BIO? 1,
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS.,
Sau Francisco, Cal.
nrmis well-known and popular
H. Establishment offers superior inducements to the Traveling
Public, and to those wishing a quiet home. It is situated in
convenient proximity to the business center, and Is conducted
on the Eurogicim Plan, giving its patrons the choice of obtaining
their meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else
where, os their convenience may suggest.
The Proprietor, wlr- has been eaiiaired in this house since
1852, solicits a continuance of the patronage of his many friends,
which, as heretofore, he will endeavor to merit by strict atten
tion to their wants and comfort. O. W. FRINK,
(FORMERLY WILS0N''s EXCHANGE,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE,
Sansome st., opposite American Theatre,
f!y MR. BAILY SARGENT,
ijj.jiii rropriemr oj uit Aniencan Axcnnnge, iat u- at-
sou's Exchange.) Ieirs leave to inform the Travel
ing community, that he has undertaken the personal charge of
that house, lie has made extensive alterations and improve
ments, and has renovated the house throughout, making it the
first Hotel on the Pacific coast. There has been added to the
House a very fine ,
SITTING ROOM AND DINING HALL,
Newly furnished. In point of comfort and all the convenlenc
which modern hotel keeping have rendered i ssentiaL the
will compare favorably with any of the Atlantic Hotels The
best talent has been employed in the various departments, and
the proprietor will set tlie bust table the market affords. Pri
ces TO S11T THE TIMKS.
The American Exchange Coach is always In readiness to con
vey passengers to and from the House to the Landings, or to any
part of the city, for $1 Baggage free. Mr. 1. B. Smith has
charge of the Coach. 66-ly
LAWRENCE & HOUSB WORTH.
OPTICI ANS. CLAT STREET. SAX FRAX-
W Cisco, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In and Importers of
Optical, Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments, have for
sal the largest assortment of Spectacles and Eye Glasses on the
Pacific Coast. Also, Opera Glasses. Telescopes, Drawing Instru
ments, Spectacle Cases. Thermometers, Hydrometers, Magnetic
machines, Galvanic Batteries, Magic Lanterns, etc.
Messrs. L. & H. pay particular attention to the Spectacle
branch of thebusiuess, having years of experience, and a perfect
knowledge of the art of adjusting and fitting the proper glasses
to the eye, and assisting and restoring the sight.
Persons at a distance wishing a pair of Spectacles, by sending
a glass from the old pair in a letter, or stating their age and the
distance from the eves they can read small print, may procure
from us a p- ir to suit them, at the same price aa if they were
here in person to select them. 102-6m
FOR MARKING BOXES, BAGS.&e.. CUT
to Order, at the lowest rates, by BURKE & CO.. 159
Jacksox street, Sax FraXcisco. Also Names cut to Cap
per, f -r marking clothes, liooks, etc., wilh indelible Ink.
N U. Orders 1-ft with the publisher of this paper, will al
ways be promptly executed. 102-tf
So. 107 Clay street, San Francisco,
FFER FOR SA' E A FULL AXD COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
U. At CO. respectfully solicit orders from the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to those who favor
them with their custom. Ctt-6ra
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD.
rfll C. BO VD RESPECTFULLY IN FORMS
his customers that he designs and engrave every descrip
tion of Advertising Cuts, Views of Buildings, Goods, Wares,
Patent Articles, Portraits, Labels, Masonic, Odd Fellow and
Temperance Seals. Notary Public and County Seal, (brass or
wood.) Kill Head Vignettes, Newspaper Heads, Serious orCotnic
Book Illustrations, etc. Stamps of every kind engraved on cop-,
per, brass or wood. 123 Clat btrekt, corner of Sansome,
N. B. All order from the Islands, sent through 17. M.
WHITN EY, Esq., Honolulu, will lie promptly executed. 102-ly
Dr. Jj, J. Czapkay's
GRAND MEDICAL AND SURGICAL
Sacraments at., below MosttsoBsiery,
Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Established ln 1354, for the permanent core of all private and
chronic diseases, and fhe suppression of quackery.
Attending and Resident Physician, L. J. Ceafkat, M. D., late
in the Hungarian Revolutionary War, Chief Physician to the
20th Regiment of Honveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military
Hospital of Pesth, Hungary, and late lecturer on diseases oj
women aud children. Communications strictly confidential.
Consultations by letter or otherwise, free. Address LJ Czap
kay, M. D-, San Fraucisoo, California. 70-3m
-t RUXXIXG FT.OP4l WORK.
ed Pine Gutter ft- sale, ex " Eliza At Ella."
C. H. X.KWUUL
J Dnps, jnst received per " Radnga, and for sale by
At H. r. POOR,
FOR 400 TO 500
CJTORAGE FOR 400 TO 500 TON'S heavy
1 tight goods, on the premises ot the undersigned
B. F. 8N01F
A FIRST-RATE ARTICLE FOR
In anantities to suit, at
lOS-tf c GEO. O. McLKAN'8 STORE. Nunanu St.
HJAVY BILLS tt WHALER'S BILLS taken at
the lowest rates by
July 1. 1 tf
ROBERT C. J ANTON.
nER YANKEE. IN 1-2 AND 1
C. L, RICHARDS CO.
Mr For a by
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE. .
PLAIN AND FAKCT
BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING '
BOOKS, - BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
CATALOGUES, BILLS Of LADING,
BILL HEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULAR?, -' BLANK DEEDS,
ALCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS, '
FAMPULET3, 8II0P BILLS.
t7 TIStTINO, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS prloted
on a f Yankee Card Press," In the highest style of the art.
U. c. m bcbb. i. c uaaaiu. .
' AGENTS OF THE
Regnlar DUsmtch Llaeof HobioIsjIbi Packet.
Particular attention paid to f awarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other xchinngs, sy
sura nee of merchandise aitd spade under open policies, supply.
Ing whaleahips. chartering ships, otc , -
47 nasi 40 California at reel. 120-tf .
, , BETl-B TOt
Captain James Makee, H hi -lulu; Captain D. C. Waterman
Henoluiu; Messrs. Oilman Ac Co., Lahalna. lJOf .
8. GRIFFITTS U0RQAX.
C. S. KATBAWAT.
a. r. BToaa
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Ban Franctaoo, Cal
References, T. S. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. At A. R. Nye,
& Swift k. Perry, New BedAwd, Messrs. Grinnell M In turn 4
Co., New York, John H. Forbes Rsa- BVntoa, Messrs. Pes
kins ft Smith, New Loudon, Daniel C. Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. . July 1,1856-tt
TIr. JOII4 ALEX.?1ATKIEW9,
COMMISSION M ERCIIAXT,
O Q.aeras) Place. Sydney.
07 Reference to W. L. Gasicx, Honolulu, 8. I. . 104-4m
" EAST It A & CO., rr,
COMMISSION AND FOltW'ARDINO MERCHANTS,
ALL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished ( also, Ship's
Stores and Ship Chandlery, AT bokolclo rcrcEa.
Whalemen's Drafts taken, sc. - 71-ly
wn. ii. i4i:Li.Y,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will snpply ships with provisions. Arc, and advance money
favorable terms for bills on the United States.
CUSTOM HOUSE Be COMMISSION AGENT
MANG0NUI, NEW ZEALAND.
J3T Shippfcu; supplied or the most reasonable terms. Let-'
- 35 CS., long. 173-38.E. 41-ly
SAlflL. C. WOODRUFF,
SHIPCH AXDLER. STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AGENT Goods bought and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at the shortest nutios.
Corner of Qckkx'8 Road and Cumvaii tbbbt, Hongkong;.
rr Refers to Thomas Spknceo, A. J. Cabtwbioiit. J. C.
Spaldikg, Honolulu, Sandwlchlslands. 104-ly
DISSOLUTION OF C0PARTNERS1UP;
fllllE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M. existing under the name and style of EDWARDK WAL
TON, is this day dissolved, having expired by limitation. The
affairs of the late firm will I liquidated by A. 8. EDWARDS,
who will continue the W bolrsale Llejnor Walnraa,
nl 106 Front aired, under the name and style of A. S.
EDM'ARDS ir CO. A. 8. KDWARD8,
N. C WALTON.
The nndersigned respectfully call your attention to their full
and varied stock of W inea and Llajnora. which has lately
lieen replenished br recent arriva'.s from Europe and the East
ern States, and which will be afforded at lowest market price
San Francisco, April 30, 1S56.
lOO-Ooi A. 8. EDWARDS A CO.
A. S. EDWARDS 8c CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines and Liquors,
IO0 FRONT STREET, CORMER OF rTASmitQTOir,
San Francisco, Cal.
CYRUS W. JONES, FORMERLY OS HO
NOLULU, is engaged with the above firm, and respect
fully solicits orders from old friends, and will be happy to attend
to the purchase of all descriptions of merchandise, at the usual
rates of commission.
BARRY & PATTEN,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IV
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, J-c.,
110 Montgomery at.. San Fr snclaeo. oo-ly
II. WEBSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Sr Axxciiea , w ax o m
Liquor? or every Description.
101 FRONT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant
SAN FRANCISCO I)
ROPE WALK ATVD OAKUKI
CiORDAGE OF EVERY SIZE MANCFAC
J TURED to order. Constantly on hand, a larra as
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (an slses). Bate
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TUBBS ft CO.,
80-ly - 139. Front Street, San Frandaoo.
Comer King and Bethel Streets,
TUIE SUBSCRIBERS would Inform their friends,
ShipmasU'rs, and the public generally, that they will be
bappy, at all times, to greet them at their New Shop ou cor
ner of Bethel and King streets. All orders with which they may
be favored.will be thankfully received and pnanptlya ttemled to.
O- PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAGING. XS
N. B. Terms moderate.
JAMES L. LEWIS.
93-tf GEORGE W. NORTON.
II. C. ORAHAI,
COOPER AND GAUGER.
THE O VERSIGXED having recenUy purchased the
Co. perage formerly occupied by C. II. Butler, enmer of
Queen and Fort streets, is now preared to execute with dispatch
all orders that he may be favored with at the above named place
or at his Old Stand, opposite the M Royal Hotel."
Shin Agents and Masters are respectfully Invited to call and
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N. a. 1000 ban els casks on hand and for sale ou we most
reasonable terms. 69-tf
SlIIPSMITII AND GENERAL BLACKSJIITH.
WOULD RETURN' HIS THANKS FOR
former patronage received while at his old shop, oppo
site the Custom Iloiue, and at thc same time notify Shipmaster
and the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjointa
Messrs. Bcaxs A: Eumbs, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Captain Brown, where he Is prepared to execute all kinds of
work in his line on the most reasonable terms, la a workman,
like manner, and with dispatch. 74-tf
TIIOJIPSOIV Sc IVE TIL LE,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOTTSr,
- THE ABOVE HA VINO PURCHASED
-7L the pr.mises formerly occupied by M. Af . Mmttkrwa,
sSA are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
r Work, on the shortest notice and mot reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to bustne to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofbre o liberal! bcstowtsl. - 1064f
DONE IN A VARIETY OP STYLES
neatly and substantially, and on lair terms. Law Books.
Music Newspapers. Ac. bound to order. PortfoHoa. Scran
Books, Herbariums, Drawing Books, and Blank Books, aaade to
order, officers cf ships can have their Mavigatina and Log
Books, and Charts, bound ana repaired, at tne Mission Once,
Kawalahao. Old Books rebound at short notice. -
Orders may also be left at H. M. WHITNEY'S aeokS
store, Honolulu. . . - SAMUEL KCSSUlf
July I. ISMLU- ......
SAILS 1 SAILS!
V7VOR SALE BY . THE UNDERSIGNED
J the following SAILS, suitable for a vessel of ZM to 300
tons Yi: " . :
1 new Topsail; .
1 new Foresail;
1 new T. M. Studding Sail; . , 't
1 main Royal; .
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, . !
- , 1 For Topmast Staysail, vnaw - .
I Spanker, nearly asw. v : .
1 Top OatlanUail, J - " ' 1
Atao ' : " "
1 set iron stnipped Catting-ln Blocks, with emaht pendanU,
m plete. 93-tf ; -- B. F. SWOW.
1 , J CHAIRS X CHAIRS f
UST RECEIVED per " Young Groek,"
' an asatnnt or cinatra, eoeoiating of -Bay
State oooe. Ladies' Dining, Wood Seat offioa. ,
BaMniore Cane, Laaiyette do, .
Kail Top Gniaa Uoid Stripe, do do do Curl Maple, ',
- -van aaos: nocauig, sau Aop tirorisn aura avya.
iae smck nurse, wood Beat, CQifcires's
- Children's Peg Arm Dining, do do Hole, Aeu Aca
For sate by
A. fv ETCHTr,
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