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; . u We-records fin their last page. " '. . x '. ' . T. . - ' - ' " : .' "'''- " " ' " ; '. " V ; " '
The Patriarch old had twelve children, ail told
Their bums fin the Calendar tifl ; -And
now, when his Enrfts are grown palsied and cold,
lite a shepherd be gathers his lock to their add,
While Justice siu near with her narchment unrolled.
ft Vie eld man is making his will.
Misses June and July, robed in azure, come nigh ;
With Augusta March leads the young May j .
In soft sephyrs they sipb dewy tears fin each eye,
For they grieve that their bther, the Old Tear, must die.
i And his sons, (or their weeds, tear the elands from the sky,
Which rebellious side-winds sweep away.
But the hoary old sage calmly looks on their rage,
With bowed head is mustering his breath,
LWtth the gathering tue a but conflict to wage,
Tet the odds are too great between youth and old age,
V T his treacherous sons with their sire now engage,
December's shaft dooms him to death.
Lt him out by the wall, shroud him o'ei with a pan,
From his place In the ages he's passed ;
' ' Oo his white flowing beard let the frost-gems now fall,
- And te snow's winding-sheet his dead body enthrall ;
tfiout we never so loudly hell heed not our call.
Though we cry with the tempest's strong blast.
t as cover him o'er ia the grsre with his lore
'' Ring, ye Ume-oeUs, his funeral knell ;
tit has gone where his six thousand fathers before
j Jfitre ned, with the rulumes of records they bore,
', VjTo blend with soceeasors till time is no more, -'.
And in silence eternal t A wel.
From Emory's Journal of Agriculture.
DsiC Gel D ;- raged.
BT MU&. r. D OAGK.
'? Oh, Gexrge, don't get diwoaragol, sai.l sweet
Crie Linton, he stool j her hosbnd'a hide,
one bright moonlight evenin?;. I know the season
hxa been bard, nod we have bit. I trial apun trial ; bat
we hve had man hleaein?, too."
" I shou d like to know wh:it jon c-t!l blessings,'"
' id the mood J hiuband, hi head upon hU hand,
an-1 hi ctvtir tilted Iwiclc against the log cabin.
Here; we hive been toiling and moiling f!r the
t Uaat jeir and half, on this blk, mlsi-rale prairie,
piot a ly.ll in siht, and the windi sweeping us ten
" .maath.'ja the yer, like tornivloes. Ld-tyear I most
e !A xue, so that I could not tend my crops,
and thi 2 year the spring fnwt must kill all uiy corn,
and tu, ,he a.nl an ,y wheat "
well, Ceirg, the? things mty never happen
I know, that's the way oa always renxon. So
you sVi I !.bt yetr. tht Iu;k would chn;e, and ke;t
Aiyinj, Don't p?t d;roar:;r?d.'' If it hul'nt been
fur you, I'd have quit I tst fill, and gone Utc to oil
"And whtt wonld yoo have done there, George?"
' Dune a d trn 1 siht better thin I'll ever do here,
in this heathen country !" wis the pettish and almost
i proftne reply of the yoanar firmer who bad sought a
home for himself and his wife on the prairies of Illi
nois, in the year 13 .
" Gtrrie was hart. A tear sprang to her eye, and a
quicker throb to her he-trt ; bat she knew his mood
might be changed, and sh knew tuo, th it were she to
"spe tk one desponding word, be woald give up utterly,
and in-ii-t upon retarning again to the haunts of his
childhood, where his situation woald be that of
commou laborer. S- she checked the rising emotion,
and again answered with a tone of cheerful encour
agement and mild reproof-
Oh. don't speak so, George. " I know we have
not been very successful, but then we are settling in
a new country, and beginning a new life. We must
strugzle on an l not jie op. After a few years,
, oar locust trees will break the wnd, and the loss of
one planting of corn or wheat. I hope will not pros
trate us as it does now.
But how am I ever to get where I can help my-
self? Cora spoiled, wheat blighted, and the cow lost
in the prairies; the wolves have killed my sheep, and
now my best cow must die. Ton may talk of bless
ings, but I d;nt, and I'm determined to sell oat to
the first white man that will take it, and then quit
Is not this a blessing ?" she asked, layinx a crow
ing baby boy. the very image of his father, into his
The father smiled faintly ; his heart was really sad.
The hardships, trials, and deprivations of a new
owj'-ry were more than he could bear ; but with his
' 4y" ' smile came his acknowledgment
tior Fes. Carrie. Dick is a blessing."
f 7 And is not Carrie a blessing ? she added, as she
. ft the warm kiss of affection upon his brow.
f Aye. and Carrie is a blessing," was his response
y a lighter tone.
I 'And is not good health a bleating ?"
Yes, I suppose so," said he, almost laughing.
And is not this soft, cool, this mellow moonlight,
and the star-spangled heavens, a blessing ?"
See oar beautiful garden ; how softly it sleeps in
the moonlight. Did you not tell me to-day. that you
never saw each beets and eabbage, such onions and
squashes ? and shall we not have potatoes for our
selves and oar neighbor, if we should be blessed so as
to have any?"
Why, Carrie," said he, taking the soft hand in
his. that w:is putting back the hair, soothingly from
his lorehevl, " one would think we bod had nothing
but blessing, to hear you tell the story.'
And I am not d.oe yet ; I think I have a blessed
little home here in this clean, sweet, pleasant cabin.
an-1 the b!exedest, good, kind husband in this pleas
ant world, if he wonl l not get the blues, an l threat
en to !ave this beautiful land, and go back to New
York every time the wind blows the wrong way.
Aye. George, don't g-t dis.:ouraged ; all will yet go
we'I, and we shall bless thed iy that we stack oar
stakes on the prairie."
' Well. I suppose I shall have to stay, whether it
is be-t r not, yoa are determined so to be blessed by
everything ; but women folks don't have to suffer as
Carrie smiled to herself, as she took her bibe again
upon her breast, an I retnemhered the hours of toil
an l triI through which she hod passed, of the nights
of wearisome w ttchinx and care, of the days of ceaie-
les exertions, often when scarcely able to bear the !
fatig't. ISat she I not feel to murmur. There
was to her a joy in duty, in being true and etrnest,
in working oat one's detiny.tht made all the hours
and d tys worth living for, though there were here
and there, as she looked over the pat, dark shadows
flitting to and fro like the cloud shades over the bil-
- lowy prtirie, whils the sun giMed all the rest with
Long and earnestly they sat and chatted at their
Beighhwr'a d.r, and hr jrentle words and kind en-emrage-nent
lifted up his heart, an-1 he rose on the
morn) w and w- nt rth to his work with a renewed
i resolution t- straggle and to conquer.
L-t us skip over a score of years. Do yoa see that
fine fl mri.-hiog Tillage, with a railma-1 track cours
, i ing throogh its very center ? Do you see those fine
' brick school-house with their belfries and cletr-
un ling btlls, calling together the hundreds of chil
I J ren, to teach them of the mysteries of science, and
j put into their hands that weapon of defence and power
' for the fit are a good common school edac-ation ?
i Do yoa see yon impoeinz building in the distance,
with its massive walls and towering roof? That is a
i college. Mark those church spires, that point heaven-
ward ; listen to the ham of machinery, the mill and
the factory, the bustle of trade. Ilave yoa taken it
- all in ?
Now look again. See yoa that matronly woman,
noon whose brow forty summers have scarcely left a
f io print ? The glossy hair shows no mingling of
silver; the rose has not f.ed'rom bercueek, though
its budding brightness has expanded into full bloom,
ami the red at the heart was not quite so deep; the
oice is still soft, and the laugh silvery and cheer
. ful !
Don't got discouraged, George, all will yet come
' out right."
I have not heard anything else bat Don't get
discouraged. Oeorge," these twenty years, Carrie; I
am tired of it. Jat think what a fix I am in now,
after all my struggling."
It is very unpleasant, to le sure; bat don't yoa
remember how often, when we lived in the cabin
Txe, on this very spot on the lone prairie, you used
I f- so, and threaten to leave and go back to the
, I kannts What if the company should fail, shall
a. be bankrupt? Shall we complain, if oat of oar
V indance. in rach a time of trial as this, we lose
Y vh others?"
'.. Yes. bat." said George. the influential propri-
4 ot of the town, the judge of the county, the owner
- U1 in dweller of that beantiful rnansiou, who he'd in
posaeswon half the surrounding landscape, the rich
railroad man. and bank director stopped abort, as if
ie did not know what to any next."
; - Bat what, George ?" asked his pleasant wife, lay
. ing her hand agun upon his brow.
-' "I don't want je-a to say. 'Don't ret diseour-
, Then don't give rue occasion, my deaf. I pledge
yo I w.u not. Bat really I don't see why yoa tbould j
so raaeh dislike the phraeo, for out or it has) rrowu '
ii- ' ' -- - ... '
Ani that Ks Im etj rarrte alanVwhen 1
be gtu the Jtt.t. dun U remlutie-l c.r i. ,
fttrn weakft. Bit reUly, Carrie. will own np.
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PfFMSIIKI) WEEKLTBr I
UE2KRV M. WU1TAET. i
That hopeful heart of yours has kept me up through
a thousand misfortunes, when I have sunk down in
despair, and let the waves roll over me. I felt this
morning about as gloomy as I did when we traveled
here oo the piairie with one yoke of oxen, a cow, and
household stutf in a cart, and ten dollars in a purse,
and looked over the lonely landscape.
Do you remember how hard I begged your con
sent to turn round ana pioa dock t now l even ac
cused you of unwifely disobedience, and of setting up
your will, when you declared you would rather make a
bed of nrairie erass, or sleep in the old cart, than to
turn about so faint hearted ?"
Yes, I remember it alL" .
And how I st down and growled in despair,
when the old ox died .'"
"Yes." - -
And when the lightning burned the haystack ?"
"And" and be looked up with a laugh of half
shame " when they located the railroad through my
farm ?" .
Oh, George, George! one would suppose you'd
never have the blues again; for with all these acci
dents, and they have been many, which were griev
ous at the time, and hard to be boroe, we have had
so much of giod luck and prosperity, that when I
look back over the past, the misfortunes are so cov
ered up wi'h blessings, that I see only brightness
aud beauty over all the way. So, Don't get discour
aged. George. " And she stopped again, and left
her kiss upon his brow as of old.
And though be had lost his thousands, though his
heart was sore over the treachery of trusted friends,
though his plaus f future speculation had to be
abandoned, though his bank had suspended, and his
railroad operations a dead l's his heart rose from
its despondency, and seating himself by his pleasant,
vine-covered window, in his old arm chair, with wife
by his side, he bade Carrie, the second, open the
piano, and play an accompaniment, while he sang
the following :
" Whin the lUc"i k-tter-d lis? to the OnU was presented,
A lift vt what fate f e::cti mortal iuk-nd ;
At the l-ng string of UK a kin l ungrl n-lcnted,
And cast in tbre blowings, wife, children, and friends.
la vain iorly Pluto dttlar . 1 he Wis cheated,
That justice divine !. 1 not cnmpa4 his ends :
The scheme oT man's fall he maintained was dt-fcited.
And earth hcorne heaven, w'lh wife, chiMren and friends.
"The st.k of our Mis, when in strnnjrer's hand verted,
The fund ill si-currd "ft in Utnkruiitcy ends ;
Cut the heart issue lulls that were never imaeHted,
Who drawn on the firm of wife, clul-lren and rriends."
The storm cloud has passed over, and the earnest,
energetic man, full of power and force, gathered up
his strength aud went forth to bis business, aud
righted up in a few dayrwhat he had, in his mo
ments or despondency, set down as an utterly bank
There is many a man who sinks down in helpless
desjiondency, for the want of a pleasant word and
cheering look ; many a one, in time of powerful
pressure and misfortune, by cold words of reproach
and murmuring, has been driven from the paths of
duty and hooes-ty to crime, insanity, and even sui
cide; many a oue, too, by recklessness and wild spec
ulation, by spurning all counsel and help from her,
who is compelled to be a suiiurer in all his mistakes,
has worn out a cheerful aud faithful heart, and
brought upon himstlf the torture of a wailing and cruel
spirit, that goa-Ied him through all Ins future
-a spirit that might, had it been allowed to sympa
thize and cheer, had Bt iid and strengthened his steps
through all tne chang-.nz vicissitudes of life, and gone
ilmn with liim in trU4tinir fiitli ami lnvo tothoon.l
of earth's pilgrimage, blessing nnd being blessed.
In times of trouble, let wives be cheerful aud ready
to bear their part of the burthens, aud husbands fail
not to trust and honor them with confidence and love.
The Scwffcr Sileuccd.
BT RET. C. II. SrCHGEOS, OF LOXDOX.
Let me tell you a story. I have told it before; but
it is a striking one, and sets out in a true light how
easily men will be brought, in times of dancer, to be
lieve in a Gitd, and a God of justice, too, though they
nave denied him before.
In the backwoods of Canada there resided a good
minister who one evening went out to meditate, as
Israel did in the Gelds. He soon found himself on the
borders of a forest, which he entered, and walked
along the track which had been trodden before him,
musing, musing still, until at last the shadow of twi
light bad gathered around him, and he begsn to
think how be should spend a night in the forest. He
trembled at the idea of remaining there, with the poor
shelter of a tree, into which be would be compelled to
On a sudden, he saw a light in the distance among
the trees, and imagining that it might be from the
window of some cottage, where he could 6nd a bos- j
pitable retreat, he hastened to it, and, to his surprise, j
saw a space cleared, and trees laid down to make a
platform, an-1 upon it a speaker addressing a multi
tude. He thought to himself, " I have tumbled on a
company who in this dark forest have assembled to
worship God, and some minister is preaching to them
at this late hour in the evening concerning the king
dom of God anl his righteousness;" but to bis surprise
and horror, when he came nearer, he found a young
man declaiming against God, daring the Almighty to
do his work upon bhc, speaking terrible things in
wra?h against the Most High, and venturing most
bold aud awful assertions concerning his own disle
lief in a future state. It was altogether a singular
seen-' : it was lighted up by pine knots, which cast a
gl ire here and there, while the thick darkness in
other places still reigned. The people were intent on
listening to the orator; and when be sat down thun
ders of applause were given to him, each one seeming
to emulate the other in his praise.
Thought the minister, " I must not let this pass; 1
must rise and speak; the honor of my God nnd his
cause demand it." He feared to speak, for he knew
not what to say suddenly; but he would have ven
tured had not something else occurred. A man of
middle age, hale and strong, rose, and leaning on his
statf, said, " My friends, I have a word to speak to
you to-night. I am not bound to refute any of the argu
ments of the orator; I shall sty nothing concerning
what I believe to be the blasphemies he has nttered;
but I 3hall .-imply relate to you a fact, and after I
have done that you shall draw your own conclusions.
Yes erday I walked by the sideot yonder river; I saw
on its flood a young man in a boat. The boat was
unmanageable; it was going fist down the rapid; he
could not use the oars, and I saw he was not capable
of bringing the boat to the saoie; I saw that yonnz
man wring his hands in agony; by and by he gave
up the attempt to save his life, kneeled down and
cried with desperate earnestness, O, God, save my
soul 1" I heard him confess that he had been a blas
phemer; I heard him vow that, if his life was spared,
he never would be such again; I beard him implore
the mercy of Heaven, for Jesus Christ's sake, and
earnestly plead that be might be washed in his blood.
These arms saved that young man from the flood; I
plunged in, brought the lioat to shore, and saved his
life. That same young man has just now addressed
yoa and cursed his maker. What say you to this,
The speaker sat down. Yoa may guess what a
shudder ran through the young man himself, and
r.ow the audience in a moment, changed their notes,
and saw that after all, while it was a fine thing to
braj and bravado against Almighty God on dry land,
and when danger was distant, it was not quite so
grand to think ill of Him when near the verge of the
g1"- believe there ia enough conscience in
every man to convince him that God must punish
him for his sin. and that in every heart the words of
Scripture will find an echo. " If he turn not, He
will whet his sword." '
ir A la.1 tells the fullowinj storjr: " I have been
out ia Illinois on a Tisit, and while there I found a
kitten, which I bought anJ brought home for & play
thins for toj two children.. To prevent any dispute
boat the ownership of pus. I proposed, and it wai
ftRreed, that the head should be the ll.y', aud Eddy,
the eldest but only three years should be the sole
proprietor of the Unhand beautiful tail. Kd ly rather
objected at first to this division, as putting him off
with an extremely small share of the animal, but soon
became reconciled to the divituoi., aui quite proud of
the ter.nious of the kitten. One day, auon after, I
hard the p.r put making a dreadful mewing, and
1 callel out to KJdy : There, my s.n, you are hurt
ing my part of the kitten; I heard her cry.' Ni,
I didn't, mother; I trod on my part, an.l yavr part
Iiimwir l-v lii!l AID lurtiunt nnM.! nil alnns '
BEING THE THIRD AFTER BISSEXTILE OR LEAP YEAR, AND THE
Unittd States, flon. Abuer Pratt, Honolulu.
Anson u. L nan nrr, imaina.
Thomas Miller, llilo.
France, 8. noffmeyer, Lahaiua.
Bremen and Lubeek, Oustav U. Mekrher, Ilonolalu.
B. V. Holies, ice-Consul, Uihaiiia. -
ri7, Abijah P. Kven-tt. Honnlulu.
Peru, Robert O. Davis, Honolulu.
Sweden and 4Voriroy, Henry lluckfeld, Hiniolulu.
Denmark, Theodore ll-uct, ll-miluiu.
Hanover, Herman Von Holt, Honolulu.
Hamburg, Erut KrulL Acting Consul, II molulu.
Oldenburg, Klorens Suinhorst, Honolulu.
Chief Engineer, A. J. Cartwnjrht.
1 Aaitant En-jinetr, B. V. Snow.
2d lleorpe CUrk.
Honnlulu'" Mo. 1, L. r. Beslty, roreman.
" Mechanic" .o. i R. Uitliland. F.ireniau.
" Protection'" Hook tc Ladder, T. tfiencer. Foreman.
fire H'ardens, J. 1. lowsett, A. S. Cleghorn and F. Spencer.
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Morcliaut Street, soith of the
Polvnetian, Mcrchsiit Street, noitu of the Poet Office.
Protestant Minion, Kiln? f treet, opposite the King's Chanel.
Old Jrgu. under the Lodire Room of Vt Pro(fivs de rooeauie."
Catholic Min'ion, Fort Street, near UeretanU Street.
FOREIGN UKPRESEST ATI VE- DIPLOMATIC.
France, Consul, Commissioner and PI-ii!potentiar.v, E. Perrin.
United States), Couimis-ioner, lion. J:w. W. liorden
England, Acting Commiiwimier and Cousul-General, B. Toup
FOREIG N RFPK E5EXT ATI V ES COXSCLA R.
HAWAIIAN TRACT SOCIETY.
President, Rev. A. KUhop.'
Secretary, O. 11. C. lnxraham.
HAWAIIAN r.liiLE SOCIETY.
Prenident, Iorrin Andrewn.
Secretary. Rer. t. C. Dxuion.
President, E. O. Beckwith, Punalinu, two ml!es from Honolulu.
Treasurer, S. N. Castle.
U. S. MARINE HOSPITAL, '
Corwr of Punchbowl and Beretania streets. Physician Ir. C.
Le Progres de rOceanie, F. w A. 3., R. G. Davw, AV. M.
L ide meets on King Street. 1
Hawaiian Ao. 21, F. r A. M.. Ii. F. Poor, W. M. Loilpe
meeu in Makec's block.
Excelsior, Ao. 1, I. O. of O. F. Lodge meets orer the sUire
C. Brewer 3d. Fort Street.
i Polunriian Encampment, JVo. 1, 1. O. of O. F.
i over the store of C. Itrvwer 2d, Fort street.
Honolulu Royal Arch Chapter, C. W. Vincent, H. P.
meets in Hie Hall of Ve rrores de I'tlceanie" l!tre.
E Clampsus V. L. F. Realty, N. U. n. 1 C. W . Vincent, O.
II. A. P. Loilge meew ou Wueeu street over Dr. McKibbin's
Board of, A cent, F. Stnpenhorst.
" A. J. Cartwright.
" Krull & Moll.
u R. C. J anion.
Hamburg and Lubeck, u
Lloyds, IsOndon, "
JVorthcr Assurance Company,
Melchers & Co.
CLUBS AT HONOLULU.
English, Union Street, one door below Beretania Street. m
German, Fort Street, between Tut'U and School Streets.
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
Seamen's Bethel Her. Samuel C- Damon, Chaplain King
street, near the Sailors' Home. Preaching on Sundays at
11 A. x. and f. M. Seats free. Sabbath School after
the morning services.
Fo't Street Church Corner of Fort and Beretania Streets,
Rev. K. Corwin, Pastor. Preachiug on Sundays at 11 a. M.
and i r. w. Sabbath School meets at 10 A. M.
Methodist Episcopal Church Nuuanu avenue, corner of TutuI
tttiwt Rev. John M'Claj-, Pastor. Preaching on Sundays
at 11 a.M-, and 7 j p.m.
A'inj's Chapel King street, alxve the Palace Rer. E. W.
Clark Pastor. Services, in Hawaiian every Sunday at
9t a. m. and 3r. a.
Smith's Church Beretania Street, near Nuuana Str-.-ef
Rev. Lowell Smith Paf-tor. Services, in Hawaiian, every
(Min.lay at 10 a. m. and 21 r. M.
Catholic Church Fort street, near Beretania street under the
charge of Rt. Rev. Bishop Maign-t. assisted y Abbe
M.xieste. Services every Sunday at 10 A. . and 2 F M.
PLACES OF AMUSEMENT.
Theater, Roial Hawaiian, corner of Hotel and Alnkea streets.
Macfarlane's Pavilion, opposite the Commercial Hotel.
A. P. EVERETT,
TjcTXorjTjr: rt ,
63-ly Honolulu, Oahn, II. I.
J. 1 COLllCUN,
J. UCTIONEE XT. ,
63-ly Kaahumana street, Honolulu, 0:diu-
n. r. snow,
General Commission Merchant. Honolulu, Oahu, Haw. Islands.
Regular Line of UoMn and II tnolitlu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from theTitcomb Pl.intation.
Sale of Crocker llrthcrs k Co's Yellow MetaL
New Fnland Roofing Company. 123-tf
A. P. EVERETT,
Janion's new block, Q'teen street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
Messrs. Sampso & TArrAS, -
K. D. Dhiodah & Co -"
HcTLra, Kkitb A Hill,
Honolulu, July 1, 1357-
ch ah. a. Bisaor.
VI. A. ALDRICH.
"BISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of Makee'a Block," on
Kaalmmanu street, Hon Juliu
WiQ receive depos ts, discount Crst-class business paper, and
attend to ollecting, etc. 112-tf
C. A. Ai II. F. POOR,
IMPORTHRS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, OA III", SANDWICH ISLANDS.
Osokok F. Pkabodv, Esq., - Philadelphia.
Klishi Hikisll, 1's'l-, - - - New Bedford.
Messrs. Resd, Chsdwk k k Dexter, - Boston.
Walix, Banar k Co., - - - New York.
Abkrxetrt, Clabk & Co., - - San Francisco.
Badges k Ijxdknbkrgbr, - San Francisco.
C. U RR1IAEDS. " B. W. 8BTKBASCB.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship Chandlers, Commission Merchants, and dealers in General
Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands. ' . , .
- REFER TO
Messrs. C. A. Williams k Co.,
D. O. Watkxha, - -B.
. William.- ft Uavbx,
' Tuning Fitch, -
William ft Baraks,
Moruab, PrnxB ts Co.,
MrRrvB ft Mmrull, .
Asa. T. Lawtox, " -T.
ft A. R. Ntk,
V.pwabb C. Josim,
8. OKirriTa Mono as,
WATSRMAS. JORS t.
I. C. WATERMAN . CO.,
sttcial attention paiil to the iutoresta of the Whnllnr FVet, by
the funiisluM of fanda. purcliaM aud sale of Kichanir, OIL
Bone, ttesteral i'JuUifl, aa l the pr-ctiriDg of .Frekht.
1aa" HowLssn, J , ft Ca New Bedford,
w. l. E. Purr, Esq., do.
M.fAV, STf.i ft C., San Frinciseo.
McUrkK ft MraaiLL, d. 117-tf
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ECLIPSES IX 1859. .'
There will be six eclipses during this year four of the sun.
and two of the moon Only on.; of these will he visible in these
Ltlan.ts that of the moon on th? Irjth of February. . It will be a
total eclipse, commencing at lOh 31m P.M., and ending at 2h
Birth of Her Majesty the Queen, January 2
JMrth of lli Majesty the Kin, ;.. February 9
Birth of Uie Prince or Hawaii. May 20
Restoration of the Hawaiian Kbig,.., July 31
Uec-inition of Hawaiian Independence, Novemlier 28
llirth of the Queen of Great Rritain, ...May 24
A mtric.iu Independence, J uly 4
Fete N:.iMleon, Autrui-t 16
THOMAS SPEXCER, '
Ship Chandler, Deal.T in Oen-ral Merchandise, arid Commission
Merchant. Honolulu, Oxliu, 8. I., keeps constantly ou hand
on extensive assortment of every description of gooils re
l'.iire.l liy wlmlesl.ips mi l others.
Sliippinir 'nmislM-d with all kiuils of procerir.4, provisions, tc,
- at the ili'itest notice, at tlnj very lowest market prices.
XT Money Advanced f.r whalers hills at t!ie lowest rates.
8AM'L. N. CATLR. AMOS. S. COOKB.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importer and Wholesale and Retail dealers in Genera! Mer
cltau.lbe, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
stri-ets, near the hagv Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. Nictiolson, in Kinp street, oppo
site theScama:is t:tiapel. Ajenti for Vr. Jaynes' Medi
cines. . July 1, 1856-tf
I). N, PLITXER,
Continues his oM business at the new store In Makee's new flro
proof buil'linc, nt the stand recently occupied by Dr.
Hoffmann, corner of Queen and Kaahumanu streets.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjuste.1 to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch rcjiairin?. Sextant and qnadrant plasses silvered
and a-ljusted. Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand anrl for sale. r 44-tf
IJTAI & AIIEE,
Agents f.r the Supar Plantstions of Aiko, at Papakoa, and Iwo,
at Puln, Hilo; Importers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers tit China Ooods ; have on hand, for sale, at their estah
menta on Kinjr street, Honoluln, and t Lahaina, Jlaui,
Susnr, Mol.-uwes, Syrnp, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of ppm-ral mercliandise
Ilonolula, August IJ, 1S57. 69-ly
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer nnd Dealer in Boots and Fhoes of every
- description. Shoe Fiudiucs, Pump, Sole, Ripijintr, Harness,
nnd PiUent Leathers. Calf, Ooat, Hoe, and Buck Skins
Trunks, Valises, Snrrir.g Gloves, Foils, and Masks, Black
linf, Brushes, Houiery, &c. kc. Brick Shoe store, corner of
F.Nrt and Merchant sts., Honolulu, 11. I. July 1-tf
C. BREWER 2d,
General CommiMlnn Mercliaut, nonoluin, Oahu, S. I.. Money
advanced on favorable terms for bills of Exchange on the
V. 8 England ami France. 53-tf
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Honolulu, H. I., under the Auction Room of A.
P. Kverett, Auctioneer, nearly opposite the Custom House.
A. 8. & "51. 8. GRINBAUJI,
Importers and Dealers In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Cans
Boots and Shoes, and every variety of Gentlemen's Superior
Furnishing Good. Storo, corner of Fort and Merchant sUl,
Honolulu, Oahu. - 119-tf .
W. N. LADD,
Importer ami Dealer hi Habdwabb, Cctlkbt, Mbohasics'
Tools and AosictlTllAl. Implbmb-VTS, Fort street, Hono
J. C. SPALDIXG,
Commisshm Merchant, and Importer, Honolulu, Oahu, S. 1.
Wanted, Kills of Kvchan fe oo the V. Europe. Con
signments from alwond promptly attended to. Island lro
dure of all kinds taker, in esclume for piods. Jy 1-tf
T. MtMWMAS, iK
JIOSSMAX Sc HOW,
Bakers, Clmoer and Uralars In Dry Goods, Nuuana street, IIoo.
otulu, Oahu, S. I.
j . nil.MAN
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Full . .
Full . .
Full . .
AccrsT.- Full ..
fJfcPTBMBBB." Full . .
October. Full . .
NOVKMBKR. Full ..
Dbckmber. Full ..
DECEMBER 30; 185S.
FIFTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF
, THE COURT.
His Majestt Almandbr Ijholjhd, KAMKHAMEUA IV.
Born February 9. 1834. Ascended the Throne December
1&, 1854. Mnrrie I Juns 19, 1858.
He Majesty, EMMA. Born Jannanr 2, 183.
Ills Rotal HiuBSbiS Mis PRINCE OK HAWAII. Born May
20, 1S5S. .
Kuhina Aui (Premier) the Peiscess Victoria Kauamalu Kaa-
HrMA'sr, Slider trt His Majesty. Born November 1, 1S38.
Conmaifrr-in-Cir, II. It. H. PniKCE Lot Kamehameha,
Brother to His Majesty. Born December 11, I80O.
PRIVY COUNCIL OF STATE.
Tnra Majesties, the KINO and QUEEN.
Their Excellencies, the Ministers.
u u tne Governors of Oahu, Kauai and Maui.
Her Excellency, the llorerness of Hawaii.
His Excellency, the Cliancellor of the Kingdom.
Their Honors, J uJes Rolertsou, Ii aud Audrews.
R. Arinstronir, Vim. Wclwtor, C. O. Hopkins, Chas. R. Bishop,
J. Kapaakea, C. Kaiiaina, B. Niuuakeha, J. Pikoi.
Minister of Foreign Relations, His Exceliency R. C. Wyllie.
Minister of the Interior, HU Excellency Lot Kamehameha.
Miliister.of Finance, His Excellency David L. Gregg.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
President, Rev. R. Armstrong, D.D. 'I
Directors, H. R. H. Prince L. Kamehnmeha and Honorable E.
II. Allen. .
Governor of Oahu. His Excellency M. Kekuanaoa.
dence. Honolulu, near the Court House.
Governor of Maui, His Excellency P. Nahaolelua. Residence,
Got crnri of Hawaii, Uer Excellency R. Aeehkolanu Resi
dence. Ililo, Hawaii.
Governor of Kauai, HU Excellency Paul Canoa. Resilience,
Marshal of Hawaiian Islands, W. C. Parke, Esq.
Sheriff" of Oahu, John 11. Brown, Esq. .
Collector-General of Customs, Warren Ooodale, Esq.
Superinttndent of Public Horks, K. A. S. Wood, Jq.
Director of Government Press, C. O. Hopkins, E.q.
Postmaster-General, J Jackson, Esq. -
Registrar of Conveyances, A. H. Uates, t.?q.
Harbor-Master of Honolulu, Capt. II. J. 11. Holilsworth.
Pilots in Honolulu, Captain II. S. Iiowland and O. H. Luce.
SUPREME COURT. . .
Chief Justice. Hon. E. II. Allen.
I 1st Associate Judge, Hon. G. M. Robertson.
l . lion, joiin lu
lr District, Oahu, Hon. S. Kapena and R. Sloffit.
ill m Maui, Hon. John Richardson.
3d " Hawaii, Hon a. L. Austin and James Wight.
4A u hauai, Hon. J. Hardy.
Term.' or Pitrewb Cornr. Sitting at Honolulu, first Monday
in January, Apri', July and Octolier.
HOARD O" HEALTH.
President, II. R. II. Prince L. Kamehameha. .'
Members, W. C. Parke,
Port Physician at Honolulu, S. P. Ford, M.D
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ROTAL HAWAIIAN.
President, J. Montgomery.
Corresponding Secretary, W. Hillebrand."
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY NATIVE HAWAIIAN.
President, His Majesty Kamehameha IV.
Secretwry, S. P. Kahuna. .
HAWAIIAN MEDICAL SOCIETY.
President, R. W. Wood, M.l.
Secretary, C. F. Guillou, M.D.
' -t SAIL0B3' HOME SOCIETY.
Presiden t. Judge Robertson.
Secretary, Dr. j. Molt Smith.
. STRANGERS' FRIEND SOCIETY. ,
President, Mrs. S. C. Damon. .
Secretary, Mrs. W. L. Lee. v-
LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY OF FORT ST. CnURCII.
President, Mrs. II. Dimoud.
MECHANICS' BENEFIT UNION.
President, R. Gilinnml.
Secretary, G. C. Mclean. "
HAWAIIAN MISSIOJTARY SOCIETY.
President, Rev. A. Thurston.
Corresponding Secretary, Rev. L. Smith. -
W. A. ALDRICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merehandie ; Commission.
Agent for the Sale of Sugar. Molasses aud Coffee, and other
Island Produce. Agent for the Lircb Plantation. Con
siximients of all kinds of Island Produce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 88-tf
CCST. C. MKLTRKKd. OCST BK1SKR9.
MELCHERS & CO.,
Commission Mirchant9 and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
S. I. Stone store corner of Knahomanu and Merchant sts.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers hills on the
U. 8. and Europe. J uly 1, 1666-tf
B. F. SNOW,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu,'
U. I. 38
II. IIACKFELD & CO,
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. ., July l, lS5-tf
- ' GEORGE CLARK,
Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, Hotel -street between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tl ,
ROBERT C, JANION,
Merchant and Commission Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, S. L Jy 1 t
B. vos BOLT.
th. c. Bsrcx
General Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, 8. 1. Jy 1-tf
t . ;
ALEX. J. CARTWRIttllT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, 41. I. , .... . July 1, 1856-tf '
ERST KRCLL. - ' EDCARD MOLL.
KRULL & MOLL, -
Importers and Commission Merchants, Kaahumanu street Ma
kee's block. , s- July 1, 1856-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and ' Porter, near
the Post Office, Honolulu. , - . , . 9-tf
, GEORGE G. HOWE, '.
Lumlier Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets on
the Punchard premises. July 1-tf
CHAS. IIREWER, 2d,
Agent for the BREWER PLANTATION. Honolulu. ' ' 119-t
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf . A. P. EVERETT, Treasurer and Agent..
AGENT FOR THE ' -
New Tsrk Board mf Uaider writers.
The undersigned takes leave to notify Merchants, Ship Masters,
&C-,' that he has been duly appointed as A.reut for the
New York Board of Underwriters. -
13-ly .:- . . ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AGENT FOR THE
Liverpool Underwriter's Associntion.
The nndersigned begs leave to notify Merctuints, Ship owners,
and Shin masters, that he has received the appointment ol
AGENT at these Islands for the LIVERPOOL L'NDER
July 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
- AGENT FOR LLOYD'S -The
undersigned beg to notify to Merchants, Ship owners and
Shipmawters, that be has neeired the appointment n
AG KMT at these Islands fur LLOYD'S LONDON.
July. 1-tf ROBERT C. JANION.
r itrr aian.'i.
Physician and Ponn. ornew lu t'e new drug , aaliutains;
. tUe ore II. tl N Id . Co., Qnoen-etrnrt - J, Vt.
, SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
. VOL. Ill, Jif. 27. WHOLE Ne. 131.
San gxmhta ixtisimis.
SINGER'S FIRST PREMIUM
Great Gold Medal Sewing Machines t
THESE MACHINES took the Gou Medal at the
great Paris Exhibition in competition with all the machines
of Europe and America, including H Wheeler & Wilson's" and
"Grover & Baker's," and the French Government paid Singer
& Co. 600,000 francs for the age of the patents. In addition to
this, we hare taken the first premium at seven State Fairs, and
and it n&rdiy needs the verdict of a Honolulu Jury where
Sewing Machines are scarcely known to determine its position
as the best machine for all practical purposes in use AU who
have osed the different machines will say so, and none others
are competent jodges. Address -
. s, JNO. II. DUIfNELL," Agent, '
122-Sm 151 Sacramento Street.
California Preserved Meats, &c. ,
CALIFOUXIA PRES'D MEATS, SO CPS,
Kcn put up from the best American ments, by
I. R. PROVOST 4: CO. . . - .
; Ean Francisco, California. :
D. R. P. & Co. have constantly on hand a general assort
ment of , ';.
' English Oilman's Stores,
Preserves. ' . " . .
; Fruits, -' . -
- Nut, &C Ac.
which they offer for sule in quantities to suit the parchaser. :
CORNER OF CALIFORNIA AND SANSOME STS..
San Francisco, Cal.
UIIS WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR
l 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
ci the Eurojtean Plan -giving its patrons the clioice of obtaining
t't'iir meals at the restaurant connected with the house, or else-
.jere, as their convenience may suggest.
The Proprietor, wh- has leeii eau:iged in this House since
1S62, solicits a continuance of the patronajre 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 WILSOJf's EXCHANGE,)
IS UP TO THE GRADE, ;
Sansome St., opposite American Theatre,
MR. B A ILV SARGENT,
fr' rropnewir oi me American luccnane, (iaie vu-
sou's Exchanee.) liees leave to inform the Travel-u
Ing community, that he h.-is undertaken the personal charge of
that house. He has made extensive alterations and improve
ments, and has renovated the honse 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 couvenienc
which modern hotel keeping have rendered essential, the ,
will compare favorably with any of the Atlantic Hotels The
best talent haa been employed in the various departments, and
the proprietor will set the star tablk the market affords. Pri
ces to siit thb time.
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. P. li. Smith has
charge of the Coach. ... 66-ly
LAWRENCE & HOUSE WORTH, ,
OPTICIANS. CLAY STREET, SANPRAN
Cisco, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in and Importers of
Optical, .Mathematical and Philosophical Instruments, have for
sale the largest assortment of Spectacles and Eye Glasses on the
Paci lie Coast. Also, OperaGlasses, Telescopes, Drawing Instru
ments, Spectacle Cases. Thermometers, Hydrometers, Magnetic
mac' lines, Galvanic Batteries, Magic Lanterns, etc
Mswrs. L- k II. pay particular attention to the Spectacle
branch of the business, having rears 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 eyes they can read smalt print, may procure
from us a p ir to suit them, at the same price as if they were
here in person to sc lect them. ' 102-6m
FOR MARKING BOXES, B AGS, fcc , CUT
to Order, at the lowest rates, by Bt'RKK A CO., 1 69
Jacrsoa street, Sas Francisco. Also Names cot in Cap
per, for marking clothes, books, etc, with imlelible ink. -
N. B. Orders left with the publisher or this paper, will al
ways he promptly executed. 102-tf ."
No. 107 Clay street, Sau Francisco, .
FFER FOR SALE A FULL AND ' COM
plete assortment of desirable
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
C. & CO. respoctru'ly Solicit orders from the country, and
will guarantee satisfaction in every particular to thoae who favor
them with their custom. - v ' - 66-flm-
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD.
rtF C. BOTD RESPECTFULLY. INFORMS
JL liia customers that be designs and engraves every deserip t
tlon of Advertising CuU, Views of Buildings, Goods, Wares,'
Patent Articles. Portraits, Labels, Masonic, Odd Fellow and
Temperance Seals. Notary Public and County Seals, (brass or
wood.) Bill Dead Vignettes, Newspaper Heads, Serious or Comic
Book niustrations. etc. Stamps of every kind engraved ou cop
per, brass or wood. 12 a Clat street, corner of Sansome,
Sas Francisco. . . - ,
N. B All orders from the Islands, sent tliroogh H. M."
WHITNEY. Esq-, Honolulu, will be promptly executed. 103-ly
v- Dr. Ii. J. Czapliav's
GRAND JUEDICAL AND SURGICAL
' 1 -INSTITUTE, - .
. SacrameBUevstM belww Menlgsmrrj,
J Opposite Pacific Mail Steamship Company's Office,
, SAN FRANCISCO, CAfc. ' ;
EstaiilUhed In 1854, fur the permanent cure of alT private and
' chronic diseases, and the suppression of quackery. -Attending
and' Resident Physioian, L. J. Csafkat, M. D, lake
, iu the Hungarian Revolationary War, Chief Physician to the -'
20th Reguuent of Ilonveds, Chief Surgeon to the Military
4 Hospital oT Pesth, Hungary, and rate lectnrer on diseases Of
- women- and children. Communications strictly confidential
Consttltatious by letter or otherwise, free. ' Address L. J CiAr
, - . kav, M. San Firaucisco, California. 0-Sm
' ,-; GUl'TER. .
IO 1 Y RCNNING FT. OF U WORK
ff " ed Pine Gutter for sale, eat " F.lisa A Ella." i
C. 11. LEWERS.
CASES ASSORTED STICK AND FANCY
Drops, just received per tt Raduga,n and for sale by -e-tf
, . , C. A. ts II. r. POOR.
STORAGE FOR 400 TO 600 TONS heavy o,
ufht goods, on the lrrrnises of the undersigned -.
4 " ; B. P. SNOW
: COCO AN UT OIL. ..
AFIRST-RATK ART1CLU FOR SALE
In e.uaoUties to suit, at
I0t-r , UEO. C MCLEAN'S STORK, Nuuanu ss.
V"AVY BILLS Ax WHALER'S BILL tto a
1 the lowest rates by
Jl.t a t- -
PR TO If R.AIHIV, "
rANKsV.H, IN vZ AND 1-4 BOXES-
CP VISITING, BUSINESS. AND ADDRESS CARDS priutrd
on a Yankee Card Press," in the highest style of the art. ;
. c. m arsa.
1. C. MKBBJLL
ITIcRlJER & KIERRIIaI,,
. AGENTS OF THE
Regular Dlspsttch Lfaef IIsieIalsi Packets.
' Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhipment of
merchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other exehanga, in
surance of merchandise and specie under open policies, supply,
ing whaleships, chartering ships, etc ,
47 aad 49 Callfsrala a(ree(. 120-tf
' RKrsa to :
Captain James Makee, Honolulu; Captain D. C, Waterman
llenolulu; Messrs. tiUman A Co., lahaina, 120-tT
s. OBirnTTS HOBOAS.
c. s. Hatha wat.
a. r. a-roas
MORGAN, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cal
References, T. 8. Hathaway Esq. Messrs. T. A A. R. Nye,
A Swift A Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Grinnell Miotorn A
Co New York, John M. Forbes Esq., Boston, Messrs. Per
kins t Smith. Near London, Daniel C Waterman Esq. Hon
olulu. - July 1, 1846-tt, '
Mr. JOII1Y ALEX. MATHEWS,
e taee'a Plstee Sydaey. '.. . . .. r
iEr Reference to W. L. Gbbkx, Honolulu, 8. I. . lot Cm
KASTRA fc CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ALL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished ; also. Ship's
Stores and Ship Chandlery, AT BOXOLCLO miCBS.
Whuleraen's Drafts taken, tc. . 71-iy
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Will supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money on
favorable terms lor duis oo toe inueu stales. , . -aj
W. HI TLER,
CUSTOM HOUSE Si. COMMISSION AGENT
MANQONCI, NEW ZEALAND.
,rr ShiDDior supplied or the most reasonable terms. Lat.'
35-6 S., Ions;. 173 S8,C .
SAITIL. C. WOODRUFF,
SHIPCHANDLER, STOREKEEPER AND
GENERAL AGEXT.Qoo& bought and sold on com
mission. Ship and Family Stores put up at Uie shortest notice.
Corner of QcesVs Road and Potthiokb bthebt, IIeas;kas;,
TT Refers to Tuomas Spbscbii, At J.- CaBTwatOBT, J. C.
Spaldiso, Honolulu, Sand w ich Islands. lOi-ly
DISSOLUTION OF COPiRTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the name and style of KDWARDS k WAL
TON, is this day dissolved, having expired by limitation. The
affairs of the late firm will be liquidated by A. 8. EDWARDS,
who will continue the Waalewalct Ltiejaar sfaafaea,
at lOn Front atreet under the name and style of A. 8.
EDWARDS 4f CO. . A. 8. EDWARDS,
i. M. WAUV.1.
The undersiimed respectfully call your attention to their fun
and varied stock of Wiaes and Lisjaara. which has lately
been replenished by recent arrivals from Europe and the East
ern States, and which will be afforded at lowest market prices
San Francisco, April 30, 1S&S.
100-om ' a n. lunAun a v-u.
A. S. EDWARDS & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Wines and Liquors, .
106 FRONT STREET, CORNER OF ffASHINGTOX,
Sam Frasrliee, Cal.
CTRUS W. JONES, FORMERLY OK HO
NOLULU, is ermred with the above firm, and res poet-
folly solicits orders from old friends, and will be happy to attend
to the purchase of all descriptions of merchandise, at the usual
rates of oommlssioo. " 06-tf
BARRY & PATTEN,
. IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL D CALEBS 15
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, SfC,
116 Maatfaaaery at., Sam Frsmeiaca. eo-lr
II. WEBSTER c CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ;
Ir audles , "W jL 2x 0 m ,
AND ' ' ' J -
Liquors of every Description.
. 101 FRONT STREET,
Between Washington and Merchant.
114 tf oAM IKASCISCO
ROPE WALK AID OAriUTI
". , FACTORY,
CiORDAGE OF EVERT SIZE MANUFAC
J TURED to order. Constantly on hand. Urre as
sortment of MANILA AND HEMP ROPE, (all siaes). Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, Ac, for sale by TUBUS A CO.,
80-ly 139. Front Street, Saa Francisco.
, x Corner King and Bethel Streets,'
rilHR SUBSCRIBERS would ioiorm their friends,
JL - Shipmasters, and the public penerslly, that they will be
happy, at all times, to greet tbera 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 promptlya ttended lo.
XT PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO GUAG1NQ. J3
K. B. Terms moderate.-
. JAMES L. LEWIS.
98-lf . . r GEORGE W. NORTON.
II. C. GttA-TAM,
COOPER AND G AUGER.
fPHE OVERSIGNER having recenUy purehssed the
I Cooperage formerly occupied by C II. Butler, corner of
Queen and Fort streets, is now prepared to execute with dispatch
all orders that he may be favored with at the alnve named place .
or at his Oltl Stand, opposite the " Royal Hotel."
fchlp Arents and Masters are respectfully invited to call ana
examine his large and desirable assortment of Casks. Barrels,
N. B. 1000 barrels easks on band and for sale on the most
reasonable terms. . 0!Mf
S1IIPSMITII AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
WOULD RETURN HIS THANKS FOB
firmer patronnce received while at his old ahon. oppo
site the Custom House, and at the same time notify Shipowners
and the public generally, that he has taken the stand adjoiniiif
Messrs. Brass A Kmmbs, shipwrights, formerly occupied by
Oaptain Brown, where he is prepared to execute all kinds of
work ia his line oo the most reasonable terms, in a workman
like manner, and with dispatch. . 79-f
TnOIXPSOX & NEVILLE,
. - BLACKSMITHS;
OpPOsjtTEiTHE 'CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
me premises formerly ocenpiert by M. M. Manse,
are now prepared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
' v iuu BuwvM mios ana Don mw"
lerras, and hope by strict attention to business to merit s share
sraf tHaa svnlvll. .. m . - . a . J Itab-iY
BOOKUINDINt; . ;
DONE IK A VARIETY OF oTTLKS
neatly and substantiallv. and on fair icrma. Law Books,
Music, Newspapers, Ac, bound to order. - Portfolios, Scrip
Books, Herbariums. Drawina- Books, and Blank Books, msds to
order, officers of ships can have .their KaviBWttae and W
Books, and Uharta, bound and repairsd, at the Masioa Office,
Kawaiahao. OM Books retxmnd at short notioe.
Orders may also be h-R at II. M. AVH ITVEfS fVmt-
store, Honolulu. -'.. r SAMUEL RUSSJCtlJ
July 1, 18oo.tr--. - . - .
SAILS ! SAILS I
tR SALE BV " THE UNDERSIGNED
C - the following SAILS, suitable fee a mart of JSSO to
tons vis : :'( - . - -f
laew Topsail; ; ....
. 1 uew Poresa!l; ' ' ;. '' , " ,
1 new T. M. Studding Sail; -
1 main Royal; ' ' i '
1 Spanker, 1 Jib, - 1 -.
- 1 Fore Topmast Stay tail, .
ISpsmkerv ? r Nearly urw. j
' ' 1 Top UaUaotsail, - :-J7, "
, v . . , AkM . , ' .
1 set Iron strapped Cutting-in Blocks, with chain Tieoasal,
, snpietr. . ,u-U lu r, r' " '
CHAinft t CHAIRS 1 1
JVWT RKCEIVstD pas- Taaag Ores,- Irau '
satsiwia nt f Chairs l snalalea mt
ay MMoAm, LW U,, Meat fceA saW,
. Battimors Cane, Latsynw do,
... PaUTop Oreoso Oi-VI trip. .Cade - Hmate,
rt rtvk Rnokintf. Han Tow Oiwtsa M wrs,
- f . . ."". r;-w , -f
" ChOdrnt's Asattnatac, ac de Hat, sre. , -.
. Uo' . ' - 1. P. T1
1 1 la-It . y It. RICH A R Da at CO.