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Chains of WhsJeships are requested to hare Report made oat on their arrival at the Islands, to
. ft-Ttrst to oar Marine Reporter. Reports or journals of cruises in any part of the Pacific, addressed to
Pattktr, will alway be acseptable. Merchant or Wbaleshipa arriTing off Sandwich Islands Ports are
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1968 IN 0
1868 iN B
X&w. Carry Gardner
X. L. Froet,scjMJleppingrt'e
. B. w. Mason t m
fanny, bk Bomlry
Fsrorite, bark Smith
A Florida Williams
Fmtuue - iComatock
F. Ilenrtrtta Ok ' Drew
rraakUa ai. Howland
flay Bead. . Low en
flea. Scott H ratting
Oea. Tet. . Ber-fganx
Oeav WiUian FUh
waorga M Scaaa Jones
aisrgik Mary , PVrce
fleorre k Mary Eldrklge
Oeo. Howland f Pomeroy
0. Waahicgtoo. Brirhtman
1866 IS H
800 40 200.
60 2.J00, 25
6000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 1 al'd fin Hon. Not 17 to eroias
4001 6000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 1 ; Honolulu the 3d
400 5000 Arr at Honolulu Not 8
25W 3000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 8
...J Reported bound to Margarita Bay
900 12000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 18 ; ai'd Nor & to cruise '
, ...I i Daily expected
000 10000 Arr at Honolulu Not 8
30O 60OO Arr at Honolulu. Oct 22
460i 6000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; l"d Not 17 for S. Francisco
460 6O0O Arr at Honolulu Not 10
70014000 Arr t Honolulu, Oct 14; il'd Not 14 to cruise
86 6000'Arr at Honolulu Not 9 ; sl'd Not 24 to cruise
350- innn Arr at Hilo Not 1
200J 2000 Arr at Honolulu Not 9 j sl'd Not SO for New Zealand
T 4 HnwuB
6600 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 6 ; I'd fm Hon. Oct 22 to cruiss
40 Arr at Hilo, Sept 28 ; sl'd from Hon. Nor 8 to cruiss
S60 6000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 28
60O fiooo Arr at Honolulu. Oct 12 t .sl'd 31st to cruise
860 10600 Arr St Lahaina Not 7 l Honolulu 1 8th (coed earned)
60 8000 1100 12000 Arr St IIooolulU 0T 6
100 600 . . . .' 450 6000 Arr at nilo Nor 13
115 800 116 350t 5000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 8 ; sl'd Nor 26 to cruise
... 1000 ....100013000 Arr at Lahana Nor 6 ; sl'd hn Hon. 17th to cruise
650 1100 100; 800 10000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 al'd Nor 24 to cruise
. . i RIO I 2tO feMMVArr at llonoiula. Sent 11 condemned)
40 600 ...J clean Arr at Honolulu. Oct 12 ; sl'd Oct 20 tocruiss k boms
28 1950 .... 1050 10000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; Honolulu tne -ja
10 1500 Arr at lahaina, Oct 8 ; al'd to cruiae and noma
650 14000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 4 ; sl'd the 16th to cruiae
450 66O0 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 8 ; al'd nn Hon. 26th to cruise.
600 9000 Arr at Honolulu Not 9 ; sl'd 21st to cruise and horns
600 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 8
...I ! Arctic Sept 3 no report
.j 450: 6000 Arr at Hilo Oct 25 5 al'd fm Honolulu Nor 15
.1 660 8OO0 Arr at Lahaina Nor 2 1 al'd Nor 18 for New Zealand
.'1100 120S0 Arr at Hilo Not 1 sl'd fm Honolulu Nor 30
I 24 2600 Arr at Honolulu, Sept 7 sl'd Sept 24 for N. Z. at home
i 2Ul- 2400 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 9 to cruise.
'....clean Arr at Honolulu. Aug 27 ; sl'd same day for New 2.
! 660, 6000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; Honolulu Oct 27
I 250 2000 Arr at Honolulu, Sept 26 1 sl'd Oct 15, for CsL Coast
Och'k ! ! 460
.... 110O ...
500 300 ...
. 2 J)0
X L Och'k
X L Arctic' 150
400 eooo A rr Lab. Nor 7 ; sl'd fra Hon. Nor 30, cruise k. borne
700 10000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 24
! 350 4000' Arr at Honolulu Nor 23
200 3000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 12 ; sl'd 2Sth to cruise and bums
1868 1 Nankt! Japan j 500
1867 X B
1857 !X B
1857 F H
1 10 1
Arctic' 2300 ,
Och'k I 300 1600 .
Harre ;Och k I
Men. Kjerlaitd jKeUy
Hercules, bark, j Athrarn
Hisemia, bark Booker
" Hibernia 2d
- Jason (Tr)
. Jara 2d. bark
Jireh fwlO, bk.
. Jaanr .
- J. D.Tbotnpaoa
. r. set va
. Jeri Btarbock
I aiartha bk .
; Mary. . -
Mary j guaaa
1857 X B
1354 . Rono
1354 X B
1357 F n
1858 F II
1854 N B
1355! X B
1856 X B
1858 IF H
i w r.
1858: Wit pt
157 X L
1X57 1 X B
1357 X B
1857 X B
1358 X B
1868 IN B
1858 1 Harre
1858, X B
1867 1 F U
1867! X B
1864, X B
1858 N B
1867 IX B
1867 X B
18.W X B
1857 X B
187 ! 8 H
1856 X B
1357 is B
1867 N B
1368. X B
1868 S B
186 ,N B
168. M B
J 500 ' Arr at Hilo, Oct 7 ; sl'd fm Hon. Not 6 for CaL coast
Tender to bark emon wmtrrs in ucbotsa
. 100O 9000 Arr at llooolulu Oct 30 ; sl'd Nor 16 to cruiss
. 1700 22000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 3 ; sl'd Nor 10 to cruise
.; 860 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 7 ; sl'd Nor 24 to cruise If home
Ochotsk, Aag 28, 800 s sl'd for home ria China
...1425....j COO- 9000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 13
... 750. ...( 250 4000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9 (condemned)
Och'k 601200.... 400 6000 Arr at Honolulu or. 19
Arctic' 260 200.... 200 4000 Arr at llooolulu Oct 17 s sl'd Oct 20 to cruise
Arctic' 2510V0.... 80' j Arr at Hilo, Oct 17 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor. 9 to emit
Arctic' 3001100.... 600 8000 Arr at Hooo, Oct 10 ; sl'd on 22d for Koloa k X. Z.
Och'k .... 230 .... 1100 16000 Condemned at rVtropolorski Oil snipped to Honolulu
60 2600 ....100014000 Arr at Honolulu or V dh
880 ....i 250 30C0 Arr at Hilo Oct 22 ; sl'd from Honolulu Nor 3
J00 ' I. . . .' ' Orh., spoken Oct 12, 300 sp, 900 wh for Hakodadl
.... 1200 .... 1200 15000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 10
....2460 660 3000 Ait at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; sl'd Nor 21 to cruise
6060. ...I 6U 7000 Arr at llooolulu Nor 8
00 20 400 20 Arr at Honolulu, Aug 21 sl'd Sept 8, for CsL Coast
I ! I. .. ...
Arctic) 101900 250 3500 Arr st Honolulu, Oct 29 ; sl'd Aor 13 to cruise
Kodk 100 200....! 200 1500 Arr st Laoaina Oct 24
100 800....' 80 iArr at Lahaina, Oct 15 ; Honolulu Nor 2
... 1500 .... 1500 13000 Arr at San Francwco Nor 7
136 150O . . . .1 250 3000' Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 s si d Nor 22 to cruise
55 600 ..
70 600 ..
1856; S B
1865 lw B
1858 X B
1867 X I.
1857 N B
1356 X B
Och'k 1-90 30 ..
Arctic'.... 200O ..
Och k j 160 350 ..
Och'k ! 900..
Och'k j 900 700 ..
Are ic 800 1100..
Arctic 13 !..
arctic; 5 1612..
450 5500 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 10 ; sl'd Nor 28 to cruise
600 8O0O: Arr at Honolulu Nor 8
260 4000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 10 ; sl'd on 11th for N. Z.
250 Soooi Arr at Lahaina, Oct 13 ; sl'd from Hon. 31st to cruise
600 8000 Arr at llooolulu Nor 8
600 6600 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 14 ; sl'd Nor 1 to cruise
300 1000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 31 ; sl'd Nor 10. for CaX Coast
6o0 eooo! Arr at Honolulu Nor 19
800 8000j Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; sl'd fia Hon. Nor 17 to cruise
700 7000; Arr at Honolulu or 7
. . . clean Arr at Honolulu Nor 17
800 8000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 2 ; aPd Nor 26 to cruise
350 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9
800 4000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9
330 4)00 Arr Lah. Oct 24 ; sld fm Hon. to cruise off Gallipsgos
120 1500 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 13 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 9 to cruiae
. .... clean! Arr at Hilo Oct 29 ; sl'd fm Honolulu Nor 9
.1 240 2000 Arr at Lahaioa Oct 24 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 15
! Spoken Oct 11, clean, from Arctic, bound to N. Z.
. 1000 16000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 14 ; sl'd Nor 29 to cruise
.1 700 S00O Arr at Honolulu Nor 10 ; al'd Nor 29 to cruiae
.1 860 10500 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; sl'd Nor 8 to cruise and home
250 ..........Arr at Honolulu Nor 24
6000 Arr at Hilo Oct 24 ; sl'd fm Hon Nor 15
.J 460 8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 12 sl'd Nor 22 to cruise
Ochotsk, Sept 11,600
. 1050 15000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 6 ; sl'd 17th to cruise and home
j Ochotsk, Sept 11, 800 bound to California Coast
...i 260 2500 Arr at Honolulu, Sept 28 : sl'd Oct 19, for N. 7
760 7000 Arr at Hon. Oct 24 ; sl'd Nor 17 to cruise and heme
900 13000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 23 ; sl'd Nor 28 to cruise
. . .1 : Arctic, A or 22, 2 whales.
670 8000 Arr at Hilo Nor 9
: Ochotsk, Sept 15. 200 will winter in the Ochotsk
150 000 Arr at Uilo Nor 1 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 19 to cruise
! Ochotsk, Oct 2, 460, spoken-bound to ft. Z.
190 600- 100 60012000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 20
40 1360 40 1350 1200O Arr at Lahaina Not 18 ; Honolulu the 25th
Georeia is probably the lightest taxed State in the
Union. Its State tax is omjr is-mi u m unu v
th dollar. A man owning 8 10,000 of property pays
only $6 62. Georgia is one of the most flourishing
States, also rapidly rising in manuiacturea as wen as
'They hare a giant in Ohio who. though bat 17
years of age, weighs 896 pounds, and is 71 feet high,
lie is a son of the celebrated Scotch giant, James
Randall, who exhibited himself at Peale's Museum,
in the old Masonic Hall, at Philadelphia, some ten or
twelve years ago.
The total number of houses in Boston in 1728 was
about 80C0. of which 1000 were of brick and the rest
of wood, and the DODulation. after a settlement of
nearlr 100 Tears, amounted to only 12,000. Now
the number of buildines is probably upwards of 16,'
000, while the population is in the neighborhood of
Irish Wit. The other day a lady fell on tne
Brooklvn boat into the East river; a poor . Irishman
soranz over and rescued her. When she was safe on
deck again, her husband, who had been a calm spec
tator of the accident, handed the brave lei low a etm
lioz. Upon some of the bystanders expressing indig
nation, rat said, as he pocketed tne com, " Arrau,
don't blame the eintleman he knows best; mayhap
if I hadn't saved her. he'd have civen me a dol
Tha tohaeco in Connecticut is now lying out for
drying. Nearly double the quantity of land or any
former year has been sown to this crop the present
summer. Its value is estimated at Sl.OOO.OOO.
Last year the cron was 10,000 cases, and prices aver
aged about 17 cents per lb.; what the price' of the
... . . i
crop or loo'J win average, remains to oe ueieruuncu
The Smithsonian Institution received by mail a
parcel, which, on taking otf the envelope, seemed to
be a pasteboard box, consiaeraoiy natieneu. ud
opening it, however, two thriving, living specimens
of the curious animal known as the lexas horned
frog were discovered: these fellows came all the way
from Huntsville. Texas. Quite comfortably in Uncle
Sam's mail bag, without food or water.
TstnR Taints. A curious fraud in the sale of
hay has been discovered in Boston. The hay was so
loaded that a person could crawl into the hole left
near the bottom of the cart, and in this place a col
ored man, in the employ of the hay speculator, was
in the habit of concealing himself while the hay was
being loaded. Of course the live freight was upon
the top of the load when it was delivered, and the
nurchasers little suspected that either themselves or
the animated one hundred and fifty pound lump be
fore them had been sold. Some of the purchasers
have paid for him a dozen times over, and begin to
think it is about time to take possession, and an ani
mated but stood natured controversy is going ou be-.
tween two of the largest purchasers, as to which has
the best claim to the fellow.
.How they Collect Debts in New York. There
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is in JVew lork a man nameu wuriinz. wuo ia toe
terror of slow debt. and has been known to collect
a bill when all thWAginery of the law had utterly
failed. A correspondent of the Jioston foa gives the
following account of his mode of operations, as re
counted by himself.
" Sheriffs and constables ! continued he, getting
loud and fierce, ' will a sheriff go of a Sunday morn
ing to a parson's house and follow him to church,
and walk up the broad aisle with him before all the
congregation, and go up the pulpit stairs close to his
heels, and slip into the pulpit after him before he
can shut the door, and take a seat by his side, and
get up when he gets up, and when he opens the Uible,
open John Jones s cm iuii lengtn, ana lay it aown
over the chapter and verse, and tell him : There's
that bill of horse hire pay it before you preach!
But that's what I did and I got my money, too.
And what commission did you charge?'
' Fifty per cent.'
Rather strong, I suggested, but still your mode
of procedure was strong. Do you often get as much
as fifty per cent?
When I earn it I get it. Dr. C. of Broadway
sent me to dun a fellow who lived back in a yard and
kept two bull dogs that he let loose when anybody
came to collect honest debts. I went to him with a
horse-pistol in each hand and Dr. C.'s bill in my teeth,
and made him pay up. Wbit did Dr. C offer me for
getting his sixty dollars ? He offered me cue dollar.
I won t take, it savs 1. 1 11 pay no more, says be.
Pay me thirty dollars, says I. Get out of my office.
or I'll kick you out, says he, and he kicked me out
of his door and down the steps into Broadway. I
goes across to the hotel and hires a great arm
chair out of the bar-room, and takes it across the
street and plants it ou the curbstone right opposite
Or. C. s office door, and 1 lays the bill l had made
Till SEiSflU, 1S59.
1 LAHAINA, S. I.
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF SHIP C HANDLER YPRO-
VISIONS, GRUUJSKIJLS, &LC
BBLS. PRIME PORK,
4 BBLS. CLEAR PUKK-,
BBLS. MESS BEEF,
i BBLS. HAMS,
CASKS SMOKED SHOULDERS,
CASKS MEDIUM BlvEAJJ,
A BBLS. II AX ALL, KLUUK,
BUTTER IN KEGS.
GIJLITIAIV Sc Co.
ARE NOW RECEIVING PER SHIPS ARRIVING FROM
Boston, New Bedford,
and San Francisco S
A SUPPLY OF
PAINTS AND OIL,
BOOTS AND SHOES, &c.
Their slock consists of the usual assortment of goods gene-r
ally found In
Ship Chandlery Establishments !
and which ther offer at low price. They are also prepared to
supply, on the shortest notice,
Anchors and Chains.
J. Makcc's warranted No. 1 S. I. Beef.
. I i k
' .. - cut
Boat Rlrets, square and round, Burrs, UauiKwg maiiet. sneet leau,
5S5SHIP CHANDLERY, t'
' Nautical Almanacs, composition and iron box rices, anchors.
fish line, blubber room lamps, Iron spikes, Rosin, Pitch.
... i i.t .. hnuhn ovum hnnhn iraWanluwl thimble, conn, shackles, marklna brashes, galran
I IMUfc WI lAnitC, W T. moi Ul unilt-i " T O ' ... ' , , . . j . .
ized sheathing nails, cotton and flax twine, cotton drilling for boat sails, buntinif, red white and blue, cedar boat hoards, boat tinv-
i i .. .n.i hnili ihxliM nonner and Iron tacka. rellow metal nails, sets store linings, soap stone linings, brass
cocks, complete assortment coopers' tools, cabin and signal lanterns, willow and market baskets, bales wicking, tar, tar oil, binnacle
lamps andstands. .,rn nvw m srwV. c
jrItUl;UlaMaU: iaUHl UiUUaUH 9 JL US. afelS.
Bbls Carolina rice,
.Saleratus, 7 tb boxes.
Chocolate, nutmegs, ,
Raisins, , and i'boxes,
Citron and figs,
Kits No. 1 mackerel,
Kits tongues and sounds,
Red and black pepper.
i bbls crushed sugar.
f Don ciartnea sugar.
Cases I oar sugar,
Whole pimento, m
Bbls cider rinegnr,
' i bbls dried apples.
Kegs split peas, cs lard,
Fine salt In hairs,
Tobacco, 20 tb bxs, i ft lumps, various brands,
Table salt in boxes, tomato ketchup,
Pepper sauce, s age,
Savory, aBstd meats,
Roast and boiled beef, do do mutton.
Calves head, roast and boiled chicken,
: Roast and boiled turkey,
6 gallon kegs pickles,
Alajorum and thyme,
2 lb tins preserved milk.
Fresh clams, qua hangs,
Green corn and peas, honey,
Peaches, pears. Jellies,
Assorted pie fruits,
a gallon kegs cranberries, jam
PAINTS, SUit DRIES, Xc.
And all the Recruits wanted
Lahaina, September, 1859.
Och'k 1 151M0-.
Och'k 250 K00 .
70 2400 .
... 1J00 .
185, X B
1857 'X B
1 1857 1 X B
185H X B
185 X B
1857; X L
1854 ;x L
1857 N B
OUrer Crocker tOehraa
T an 3d .
, Itia Hooa
,1 1. Kmrge
- I T.
.1 -ii '
.js. -mg' ?s '
T a. twWaaaa
1 J ' -
r J -wsk'm fjav
OchTt ! 300 1250 '.'.'.'J.
Arctic i 100 650'.
Kch'k 150 lTOOi
Arctic i. A.I 500'
tch'k i 50U!.
Arctic 180' 350 .
OchTt I 100 2100;
Arctic ZM 1700 ...j
... J 7004....!
20O 7oO 10O
14O 250O .
lot' SOO .
iKH 5;jo .
260 1100 .
10 2100 .
CO 0O .
iOrh'k 220 2000 .
75 1250 .
Ic-w , hels; I Fi
TI1U t 4Si jTOS'
18.W X R
157 ! F H
1857 X II
157 1 Matpt
1858 X B
1857 1 X
V sa Virt
500 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 13
400 5000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; srd Nor 10 to cruise on N. Z.
60010000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 8 ; si d Nov 28 to cruise k home
60d 10000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 ; srd Nor 19 to cruise
900 12000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 13 ; sl'd Nor 10 ror New Bedford
S001 4000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 29
250 2000' Arr at Honolulu Nor 1 ; sl'd thelSth to cruise tf home
90010000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9 ; sl'd Uee 1 to cruise
200; 3lH0 Arr at Lahaina Nor 7 ; Honolulu Nor 11
4X)- 8000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 7 5 sl'd Nor 12 for Califor. coast
..I 4504 600O Arr at Hilo Nor 9
S0 300j 4000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 19
...1000 18600 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 11 ; sl'd 29th to cruise
300. 5O0O Arr at Honolulu, Oct 12 sl'd 26th for N. Z.
600j 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 1 1
,..! 350; 6000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 26 ; sl'd Nor 17 to cruise
...! 7001O00 Arr atllooolulu Nor 3o
350 4000 Arr at Hon. Oct 18 ; l'd Nor 1 to cruise and home
,...;clean Arr at Honolulu Nor 7 ; sl'd Nor 2i to cruise
250 35oO Arr at Lahaina, Oct l-'i ; sl'd fm I.on. Nor 10 to cruise
700 9000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 29 ; sl'd Nor :9 to cruise South
TO 1000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 10
1600 30O00 Arr at HonoTu. Oct 16 ; sl'd Nor 4 lo cruise and home
...I 70 1000 Arr at Hilo Nor 1 ; Honolulu, Nor-17
..10W) 13500 Arr at Honolulu Nor 30
...i 80O10000 Arr at Kan Francuco Oct 23
... 875 11000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 22
,..! 10O 2000 Arr at Lahaino Oct 31 ; sl'd Nor 15 tor CaL Coast
...! 3301 1500 Arr at Honolulu Nor 19
480 6000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 2J ; sl'd Nor 19 to cruise
850 14000 Arr at II.kh.Iu1u Nor 3
V. SOO 12000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24
COO 40) M) Arr at fan Francisco Nor 1
700 8000 Arr at Lahaina, S-pt 24 ; Honolulu Oct 26
..I 800 ..... Arr at Honolulu Nov 18
850 9000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 21 (condemned)
400 4000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 21 ; sl'd Nov 25 to cruise
125 2300 .
! 420 .
80- 750 .
25 'Mt .
i ; i
OchTt 1600 ..
Arctic' 7 25o..
Arctic t 14l 860
Och'k j lOO 750 ..
Arctic ... -2000 ..
Och'k j 14u r..
OchTt 50 ..
Och'k , 1500..
OchTt j 751100
OehTt i 100 1475
OchTt ' ' 850
X B '
X B I
B H j
, 650 ..
f - I
10 1300 .,
6000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 22 ; sl'd Nor 9 to cruise
.... Arr at Honolulu, Oct 9 (comh-mned )
3000 Arr at Lahaina, Oct 14 t sl'd 31st for Cal. Coast
7000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 15
7000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 8
50 12M00 Arr at Honolulu Nor 16
Ochisk, Sept 1, clean bound to California Coast
. 150 200O Arr at Honolulu Nor 13 ; sl'd Nor 23 to cruise
.1 250 ZOiiO Arr at Honolula, Oct 6 ; off Honolulu Nor 15
40' 340 40)10 Arr at Lahaina, ct 13 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 29 to cruise
400 5000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 7
750 7500 Arr at Lahuina Nor 19
930 14O00 Arr at lahaina, Aug 7 ; sl'd Nor 4 to cruise.
60O 7000 Arr at Hilo Nor 1
350 45oO Arr at iihaina Nor 10
.. 1200 14000 Arr at Hilo Oct 28 ,
450 4000 Arr at Honolulu Nor. 25
..' 450 5000 Arr at Honolulu Vt 30
..! 8o 110O0 Arr at Honolulu Nor 5
..; 400 6000 Arr at Hilo Oct 28 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 24 for X. Z.
.. 150 1000 Arr Lshaina. Oct 7 ; sl'd fm Hon. Oct 24 rr Cai. coast
100; 25J0 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 23
..!....:..... Arctic, Aug 8, clean
70 400 6000 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 12; sl'd Nor 15 to cruie
I 1 !
..! 600 6000 Arr at Lahaina Nov 7 ; Honolulu the 11th
..; 450 fiooo Arr at Hilo Oct 2- ; sl'd fin Uou. Nor 22, to cruise
..' 400 5000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9
..! 110 1500 Arr at Hilo Oct 24 ; sl'd fra Honolulu Nor 22 to cruise
..j 9"0 11000 Arr Hilo Oct 23; sl'd tmllon. Nor 24 to cruise A-home
75' 5"5 5000 Arr at Honolulu. 5ept 27 s sl'd Nor 14 to cruise
550 8000 Arr Honolulu Nor 2 , sl'd Nor 22 o cruise westward
30O 3000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 t sl'd Nor 10 for New Zealand
450 5000 Arr at Hilo Oct 25 ; sl'd fm Honolulu Nor 15
400 5000 Arr at Lahaina Nor 11
oat on a full Eheet of foolscap across my knees, hang
ing down, so everybody that went by could read in
large, black, sanded letters :
Doctob C To J. Bcrlinq, Dr.
For collecting of Richard Roe.
Commission, $30 00
And all the crowd kept stopping to read, so that
there was all the while two or three hundred people
standing on the doctor's pavement, and reading first
my bill and then his sign, and making their jokes.
I had hired the chair for the whole afternoon, but he
hadn't stood this more than fifteen minutes before be
comes to the door and says, Come here, you rascal;
and I went in and tock thirty dollars of his money,
and left the bill receipted.'
' But, my friend, dou't your impudent ways often
get you into scrapes ; are you not afraid some one
will some day break your head ?
Break whose head ? he thundered. 4 Didn't
Col. S. of New Orleans, a man that's killed seven
men in duels, when I went to dun him at the Astor
House didn't he grab me by the slack of my breech
es, and hold me out the fifth story window, and shake
me there abore the pavement, and say, Shall I let
you fall, anil break your neck on the stones, or take
you in and kick you down stairs ?' '
Well, said I, .anxiously, what did you do then ?
' What did I do ? 1 said, Pay mc that money !
and didn't he pull me in and pay every cent?'
The intensity of his manner as he thus related his
exploits, cannot be rendered on paper, especially
when he exclaimed, vith closed teeth and the fingers
of his round hand clei chs!, Pay me that money .' '
100 2000 Arr st Honolulu Oct 27 ; sl'd Nor 21 to cruise
600 10000 Arr at Honolulu? Oct 6 i sl'd Oct 26 for home
450 5O0O Arr at Honolulu, Oct 22 i sl'd Nor 13 to cruise west'd
1400 17000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 6 ; sl'd Nor 24 to cruise
.... Arr at ibaina Oct 24
7000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; Honolulu the 26
Hooo Arr at Honolulu Nor 7 ; sails Dec 1 to cruise and home
5000 Arr at Hilo Nor 9
5000 Arr at Hilo Nov 10
2000 Arr at Honolulu Oct 20 : sl'd Nor 16 Ln rrniw
3200 .... 1200 16000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 6
400 450 400 200 3500 Arr at Honolulu. Oct 24 : sld Nor 21 to cruiae
6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 19
Arctic 80 2200.
OchTt I 40 -00
Och'k 80 2950 .
Japan 1200.... i 250....
Arctic i 3O01.OO....I 600
Och'k 120 2200
Och'k ! j 450....
OchTt ; 1 4O0
Arctic 1 2001200
OchTt I 1202450
Och'k 1 200 1850
1857 1 Hooo
1857 X B
1855; N B
1855 X B
1867 i X B
1856 X B
188 N B
1856 ' N B
40 2450 .
SO 450 .
V ooo .
... TOO .
6500 Arr at Lahaina, Sept 24 ; sl'd Oct 21 to cruise
1000 Arr Lah. Aujt ; sl'd fm Hon. Bept 8, for N. Z. k bom
5000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 7
5000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 28
900 14000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 24 ; Honolulu Oct 26
650 6000 Arr at Lahaina Oct 21 ; sl'd fm Hon. Nor 13 to cruiss
600 5000 Arr st Lahaina Oct 26 ; sl'd Nor 10 to cruise tr boms
700,' 8000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 10
. clean Arr at Lahaina, Oct 8 : sTd 24th for New Zealand
...i 480 4500 Arr at Honolulu, Sept 11 1 sl'd 30th to cruise
' Ochotsk, Aug 28, 1100
600 14000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 23 sl'd Nor 19 to cruise
300 6000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 9
Ochotsk, Aug 28, 500 brls bound to Hakokadl
1000 10000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 24 j sl'd Nor 21 to cruise
270 1860 ... J 675; 8000 Arr at Honolulu Nor 0
803500.... 600- 6000, Arr at Honolulu Nor 8
400 ..! I Arctic, fcept 3, 450
120 1950 ... 1000 17000 Arr at Honolulu, Oct 7 I sl'd Nor 11 to cruise
200 800 1.400 6000 Arr Lah. Oct 21; al'd fm Hon. Nor 12, cruise k horns
70 600. 70. 600. 6O00 Arr at Honolulu, Oct ; aPd the 7th for N. Z.
60 2800' f 400. 6000 Arr at 8. Francisco Sept Hi 'd 13 fr N. Z. k home
OchTt j 200 2500' 35 1400 13000 Arr at I .aha lira Oct 26 I sl'd Nor 12 to cruise Jt home
OchTt 600 500, 4000 Arr st Honolu:', Oct 23 sl'd Nor 20 to cruise 11
J - - i
v l s i. is inches s-jware,
..,is sVy -"T ,
.- C. t I CO.
- Tor a
rTClESH APPLES, , r ' -'
' Assorted Jelliea. -.-"'. ";-.' - .
. .- - Hambiia k V. -'." srrr,-
. , -' , - .' - Ltitwv 'oarice, V. '
- . -, , . -; r-ai n-. -y
-. - - ' - . i tr leather
v Tor tale by - WILCOX, KJCCAET 1 ' CO,
Kaahumaaa street. In sots sw Prr. ' .
Ill VI ' eeenpied by 'rmn. Km3 t L.l ,:
z Mta If mm?
SIIllII.w OFFICE. -
would most resjw-ctfully mfrnu the nien hants of Hono
lulu, snd Shipmasters visiting this M.rt, that they have this day
entered luto ro-partnersbip, for the puriose of shipping foreign
seamen. From pat experience and strict attention to the busi
ness, we hope to be able to execute all orders entrusted to our
care faithfully, and with disatch.
XT Having made arrangements with Mr. Jon Davis, o
the National Hotel, for the accommodation of seamen, we shall
be enabled to have whole crews on hand for shipment at the
N. B. Approved security given for the amount advanced to
seamen until outside of the reef. THOMAS II. I'f.ACK,
164-6.m WILLIAM A. MARKIIAM,
Late of the firm of Graham & Mnrkham, Shipping Agents.
BY TUB UNDERSIGNED,
THE CARGO OF THE A 1 BRITISH BARK
454 tons measurement, 901 J tons burden,
SAILED FROM LIVERPOOL MAT 7th,
Blue cottons, white cottons, superfine white cottons,
assorted prints, two blue prints, Turkey red and
yellow prints, plain Turkey red cloth, ging
hams, French lawns, moleskins, brilliantes,
plain ami fancy silks, Victoria lawns,
furniture prints, cotton sheeting,
cotton handkerchiefs, printed '
bordered handkerchiefs, I
key red da,
denims, riding hats,
cotton umbrellas, silk
umbrellas, sewing cotton, blue
and scarlet serge shirts, pilot jackets,
atitaca coats, mosquito netting, linen blouse, .
Bed ticks, white Mue and red blankets, railway wrappers,
tueriuos, alpacas, plain and figured, tuiwrfine and common
cloths, ladies straw hats, brown otton half hose, sewing silk,
men's felt hats, silk handkerchief, sniiernnc tweed trouserings.
shepherd's plaid, blue twilled flannel, plain blue flannel, white
flannel, arey woolen wrapiers, men's woolen hose, cotton under
shirts, cotton trouserings, printed muslins, &c, kc, ic, Ac.
Cases Genera, Old Tom Gin, Scotch Whisky, Brown Cognac
Pale Cognac, 1'ale Sherry, Fine Old Port, Claret,
BOTTLED ALE AND PORTER,
Hhds. Salts' Ale, hhds. Younger's Ale.
White saltwater soap, perfumery,' false jewelry,
Crates assorted earthenware.
Hams and bacon.
Iron pots, tin plates,
Crow bant, fencing wire.
Small chain, Liverxol salt,
English boiled oil.
Sl'OAR PANS AND COOLERS,
Hoop Iron, 1 case superior assorted English cutlery,
FIFTY TONS BICE, in 100-tti bags.
Daily expected, ir SEA 9 V M P II, from London,
M ARXKTTI'S ALE AND PORTER,
And shortly per GONELZA. from Lonilun, an assortment
of ENOLISli GROCERIES.
And by the first conveyance fran England after the HUM
PH RET NELSON, for which, vessel they were too late, a beau
tiful nnrtmeiit of ENGLISH PRINTS, including pink and
yellow and oth:r choice styles.
J7" The designs of these prints, as well as o those to arrive
per " Humphrey Nelson, are entirely skw, and not copied or
borrowed from the old designs of importations by other bouses.
HiO-tf J ANION, GREEN & CO.
Pure and extra white lead,
Log b icks,
Co p r pumps,
Tin pie plates,
Sets Atkins awls and handles,
C. S. Jointer Irons,
Belled linseed oil,
No. 1 copal rarnish,
C. P. hammers and dowels,
Elate and lead pencils,
Dust pans, '
Broad and narrow hatchets,
Iron and brass screws,
Sets of bitts,
Timber scribes, '
IVEAV BEDFORD WHALF, CRAFT.
Imperial English green,
Brit, castors, 8 bottle,
Saucepans, asstd sizes,
Screw drivei s,
Patent croce irons,
, D It U G STQp;
fctrope, a new and Urge e-aortmenToi
mm Toilet AriseleTnowsr"'.
f"PP' t best srpea, fim raVaJ
less prices than heretofo.u r "-Mai
Physician and others will have th-i, '
at satisfactory prices. .. their order,
Prescriptions niaIe up accurately .
particularly from Thayer's oetebrasffi,B
provement on Tinctures. nQJd tOc,
. MEDICINE CHESTS refiUed at tbew I
as royages to different countries n"Z J
Tha following comprise a few of th. , J
assortment, viz,: , OWuW
Alum, arnica piaster,
Anise seed, arsenic, alcohol,
Ant poison, bay rum, borax,
, Balaam-pectoral bluers,
Caitile soap, cream of tartar,
Cumphor, cherry pastoral.
teteoraiea copanine. Warn a 7i 4 w.
Co.1 liver oil, diamond cement, J'PUa.i
Bxtrsctsof sarsaparillaaad gin-Trtliir lv?,
ger, 'KitT' 1 .
Extract of ralerian, ' ,.
emery powner, exaairs salts,
Fluid magnesia, gum arable.
Gelatine, Henry's magnesia.
""""--J ""J""k- uairuyes, vui. u
Tn.lllkl Ink. ..!?" "St 4. "
e , i hit sad jeflo.-
Also, Direct from PaT
T.TTTi t ai rpt pi... . ' :
Comprising 24 different i. lH
Best quality JEAX MARIE FARlvi rv,,
Sandal wood extract, candiea, jujut0U)Q!ft.
Burnett's cocoaine and oriental tootS l
Orange tree and tortoise shell tooth-n
Toilette soajp land I brushes, infam haiL.
Combs, scurf brushes, (patent,) tricovh?
Hyperion fluid, hair oils, asst'd,1' -
SARSAP ARILLA MEAD, (sou"
bercrage, (prepared by Z. hS
COSTAR'S RAT POISOX.
DR. JAYNE'S MEDldvro .
Manila cutting falls,
Russia hemp rope, 3 and 4 strand,
Boat spades, thick,
Boat spades, thin,
Boat spades, wide.
Manila rope, from 1 8 8 inches.
Marline and houseline.
Seizing (tuff, 12, 15, IS, 21 thread.
Men's grained boots,
en's thick boots.
Men's pumps "
Beaver iea jackets,
Petersburg monkey jackets.
Black satinet moukey jackets.
Heavy double wool jackets.
Bed and blue wool jackets.
Heavy cassimere trowsers,
Striped, mixed satinet trowsers.
Heavy denim do,
Heavy denim frocks,
Striped wool shirts, '
Red twilled fancy shirts,
Heavy mixed do,
Striped cotton shirts.
Striped wool undershirts,
Striped and douhle mixed stockings,
Striped wool drawers,
Heavy wool mittens.
Heavy mixed blankets,
Whale Boats, 1 Center Board Boat.
Take IVot.ce Will not be liiclcrsoltl !
A LARGE AND WELL-SELECTED ASS0aUit
FIXE TEAS, " .KI0' I
j Crape sharlt,
- 5' Grass cloth,
1 Silver horlu.
A boot 600 to 800 M Manila firJ
The above assortment of merchandise, tUxtd bta4
thewa for this mtrket. i. Tf..l in .n r... . Tv.a
1 . ... bh OCUXlef Iful
offered at public auction Immediately go arrival.
uko. C. HcUaj
Attorney for Q. i, yJ
3 JLU FZlAirCISCO!
Superior English Ale and Por
IN PIXTS AXD Q.CART8.
FOB SALS Br
l?ROM 3-1 TO T 3-4
HEMP CORDAGE 1 1-2 to 7
Sliinnins: Master's No(ic
THE I XDERSIGNED HERE
THE t XDERSIGXED HEREBY GIVE
notice that they have associated themselves together
for the purpose ofshinuine foreiirn seamen at this nort
Having taken the office at the Sailor's Home, and from their
past experience in the business, they feel confident of giving en
tire satisfaction to all masters of ships, agents of ships, or others,
who may favor them with orders in their line.
Officers and seamen for whaling and other royages procured
at the shortest notice. Advance promptly repaid on the failure
of any seaman to render himself on board at the required time,
or a substitute for his place obtained.
LEWIS k WOODMAN.
Shipping Agents Office at the Sailor's Home.
Carr. Thomas Srssrza,
C. A. Williams k Co.,
C. L. Richards,
II. W. Skvkraxcb.
J. a. LEWIS. (16945m) C. O. WOODMAN.
SALT ! SALT ! SALT !
MANUFACTURED AT THE
PUULOA SALT WORKS!
TWE UNDERSIGNED IS READY TO FUR
. nish to Butchers and Packers, in the largest quantities, a
very superior article, EQCAL TO THE BEST IMPORTED
SALT, and at a price to Defy Canasxlitiwa I For terms
apply to DANIEL MONTGOMERT,
HU-tr Puuloa Salt Works.
GV. MACT would respectfully solicit the same pa
tronare heretofore enjoyed br the old firm of Mac v k
Z tKISS; rL:Ll ? Si. r "now!Xedt
' ' -'I " U'i"T I lal.f " Vn.ul.l. D a WtlPOV
of Berf, Mssltaai. Pork. IMllrr. and also Uie cele
brated KAWA111AK POTATOES.
The abore articles can he furnished at the lowest rates, ar.d In
quicker time than at any other port at the islands. All beef
sold by me will be warranted to keep in any climate,' "J
Xr o cnurge mane on uiierisianu exchange.
72-tf G. W. MACT.
PAINTS AND OILS.
PURE SNOW-WHITE ZINC IN OIL.
Pure English white lead, . f
Pure American white lead,
Demar rarnish, ' .
Turpentine, chrome yellow, ,
' ; '."'' Prussian blue,
Ultra marine blue.
' Terdirris. " "
151-tf , For sale by H. W. RVMASCK.
- TALF BOIES E. LO.iCl.
- sd t arc --fN
Poamn Oranulairt "
r) , " ' r,jVU reoolTt
'. .. .i ny, . ,
Marline. Wormline, Ratline,
Seizing, Kone Yarn.
BLOCKS Assorted sizes.
Rosin, Bright Varnish,
Coal Tar, Black Varnish
161 tf For sale by H. W. SEVERANCE.
WHALES HIPS AND OTHER VES-
SEI. Wood of superior quality can be had at Koloa at
$5 per cord ; r.-sh tnt-f at 4 cents ixr tb sheep, at $3 per heads
and gnats at $1 60 head. Also, fruits and vegetables of various
kinds ran be procured at the above named port.
XT Wood always on hand at the beach in quantities to suit
purchasers. (o4-tf) UEORQK CHARMAN.
nURCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
ket rates, by
C. BR)? WEI', k CO.
Old Vellow Metal.
E PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
. ket rates, by ;l-9 tf C. BREWER k CO.
Wool, Goat Skins Hides,
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST RATES
by (61-tQ J. C. SPALDING.
WHALE LINE, fcc
For sale by
119-tf . C. BREWER it CO.
BREAD AND DUCK !
BARRELS MEDIUM BREAD,
50 barrels Pilot Bread,
100 Bolts Cotton Dock,
For sale by
160-tf H. W. SEVERANCE.
WHALING GUNS AND BOM 118.
BRAND'S CELEBRATED WHALING
Ouns and Bomb Lances, large and small sixes, unirersallr
g pfl g COILS, assorted sixes, made to order, Jul
9 ijf vF ceived per clipper ship Syren,' for sale by
C. BREWER k CO.
BEEF AND PORK.
OPmaTw BARRELS MESS BEEF, 250 DO.
i kJ y prime pork, per late arrivals. For sale by
-loO-tf - - - C. BREWER CO
HEHP 8UROUDWG. C ,
3 INCH TO T 1-8 INCH 8Hr"UDINO
For sale by - ' D. C. WATL AN st CO.
coTTiropjj. . '
FipnUCZ 1-4 CUTI '
A per dlppearshlp "gyr 1 - .
Ulf ' : ., '' -r ?
THE AGENT OF THE
Hudson's Bay Company
INVITES THE ATTENTION OP THE
public to the following assortment of merchandise, the most
of which are now
o JtZ-M JLI aCJi , '
FROM LONDON !
These goods, which are of superior uuality, are offered to the
trade on favorable terms, and comprise in part an follows :
Dry Goods, &c
Cases pink and yellow prints, blue do, mourning do,
White Krouud prints, bules white cotton, fine do,
BaleJhite, green. Hue and scarlet blankets,
CawsTHiite and drab corduroy, cases black cloth,
Asstd merino, alpacca, cs plain and check crinoline,
Real Welch flannel, fine blue do, princettas.
Lasting, cs white ground and asstd printed muslin,
Victoria lawn llishop' do, birdaeye diaer,
Towels and napkins, huckabuck for do.
Check hollaud, printed barege, plain do, cambrics,
Knitting cotton, crinoline, mouseline delaine,
Muslin dresses, flounced do, black silk robes.
Linen and cotton drill, denims, guernsey frocks,
Maddnpolains, white marseiiles, colored do.
Fancy vesting, lxmnet ribbons iu great variety,
M'slong cloth shirts, regatta do, pea jackets,
Fearnought jackets, pilot cloth trowsers.
Canes English saddles anil saddler's tools, in great variety,
Bridles, single and double rein, Pelham bridles.
Bundles round iron, asstd, flat bar iron, asstd,
Spades, shovels, files, cross cut saws, hand do,
Tenor saws, assorted locks, knives and forks,
B. M. s)oons, scissors, corkscrews, plated spurs,
Butchers' steels, carjienters' adzes.
Cast iron pots, asstd sizes, coopers' anvils,
Iron hurdles, 8 ft long, in 4 upright and horizontal bars,
Coopers' rivets, brass butt hinges, plane irons,
Cut nails, asstd sizes, metal brace buttons.
Tarred rope, asstd sizes, Manila rope, lolt rope,
Whaleline, ratline, spunyarn, assorted paints,
Hambro lines, boiled linseed oil, spirits of turpentine,
Sail canvas, asstd, barrels Stockholm tar.
Barrels pitch, ship scrapers, sewing palms,
Bees wax. sand paper, chain hooks.
Iron and brass screws, caulking irons,
Red paths latent pumps, with tiy wheel,
Cases sheathing copper, 1-tnz. 9 30 ox.,
Casks composition nails, assorted sizes.
Cases English bacon, do do hams, cs Cheshire cheese,
Cases pie fruits, jellies and jams, asstd,
Candied orange and citron peel, cases pickles.
Sauces, white wine vinegar, mustard, capers.
Preserved meats and vegetables, cases maccaroni,
Vermicelli, tapioca, sago, cloves, cayenne pepper.
Ground black pepper, cases patent groats.
Patent barley, Scotch oatmeal, almonds, saleratus.
Cases sardines, In half and quarter tins, salad oil,
Mulagatawny paste, stearins candles,
Yellow soap, mottled soap.
Ales, Wines and Soirits.
ALE Edinbro in qaarts.
Alloa in quarts,
Marsetti's in quarts,
Marzetti's diamond In quarts and pints,
Allsop's in quarts and pints,
Bass' In quarts and pints,
Bvaaa in anarta and ninta.
PORTER Marzetti's -in quarts and pints.
narciay renins- in quarts and pitits.
Bridges k Sons in quarts and pints,
Morice Cox k Co In nil.rt. mnA nlnt.
WINE Superior port in quarter casks,
oujimw port in cs oi a a ox each,
Superior sherry in quarter casks,
Superior sherry in cases of 3 dozen each,
Superior sherry in cs of 1 dos each,
Claret In cs of 1 dos each,
Surjerior elaretin nnf 4 Anm
BRANDT Marten's in quarter casks,
u. v. rmpnetor a in quarter casks.
In bottle a flew case. 1 dm mkK
GIN Dekuyper's In quarter casks,
Old Tom in quarter casks,
RUM Demerara in quarter casks.
Jamaica in quarter casks.
Perfumerr . "
Fine eau de cologne.
fountain perfumery, - '.
Essence of sandalwood,
Assorted hair oils,
' Bear's grease.
Double and treble
C. BREWER &, CO,
iFFERS FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
well-selected Cargo, for the Fall Season, expected to
arrive in teptemier next, by the American clipper ship
RADCOA, from Boston direct.
SALES TO ARRIVE WILL BE'MADE.
Cases blue drilling, 'Bales Manchester denims,
Bales blue sheeting, ;Kales Jewett City denims,
Cases hickory shirts, Bales P. R. denims,
Woolen socks, iCases denim pants.
Bales 2-bushel bags, Cases regatta shirts,
Hoots, Shoes and Leather.
Men's pegged goat brogans,
Men's calf Oxford ties.
Men's ennameled brogans,
9 Men's kip brogans.
Men's patent leather shoe's, sewed and pegged
Men's thick boots.
Russet bridle leather
Bupgy harness, English bridles.
Worsted halters, 'Roller surcingles,
Bone and silver whips,- jTwig whips,
Horse shuts. i.Mule collars,
Buggy shafts, 'Curled hair.
Tins extra corn meal.
Tins Belmont flour.
Half bbls crushed suqar,
Barrels extra vinegar,
Cases table nalt,
Cases lemon syrup,
Boxes S. W. soap,
Barrels prime pork. Barrels Chicago mess beef,
Casks pilot bread. Casks medium bread.
Casks navy bread. Barrels navy bread,
f Barrels medium bread. Casks butter, kc.
Boston Beauty, Nos. 7, 8 and 9.
Home Treasure, Non. 7 and 8,
Perfect Treasure, No. 7, '
m, . . Shins Camhoosea, '
The above favorite brands are complete, with hollow ware, Jtc.
Naval Stores, Paints. Ac.
Liquors.cx Yankee V
lO GALLON KEGS MACS
20 6 gallon kegs Magnolia whUkr,
6 barrels Mouougahela whinky,
5 5 gallon kegs Old Tom,
3 6 gallon kegs cognac brandy, (eitn.)"
For sale by
WILCOX, RICHARD! i
Ex " Yankee f
f ITCIIELL'S ADA M ANTIXK CAIE
X M. Sperm candles, cu riant jellies,
Hamblin k Baker's oysters,
Lobsters, strawberries, water crackers,
Soda crackers, Jenny Liud cakes,
Ginger snaps. J ust received and for sale by
WILCOX, RICUABWi a
MESSRS VOX HOLT Si HECCK
duly authorized AceDts, and will attend t at
at Honolulu. L ISl
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 165S.
The undersigned. Agents for Mr. E. KniH. berk
attention of the shipping interests of this port, to tutu
Best Kauai lleef !
Packed at Realia, Kauai, and guaranteed by him. f
fresh supply will constantly be kept at their Sum.
177-3m vos HOLT S EZJ
Cases salad cream.
H tomato ketchup,
M greeu peas,
" assorted soups,
" black repper, .
i drilled lareudsr.
JUST EECEIVED I
CA3ES GINGER SNAPS,
Caaea water crackers. ,
j. Cases Metropollun crackers.
. ' Cases lemon cakes,
- bimb. cement, ror sale by
"... ' B. W. 8N0W.
Barrels cotton twia,
Kegs pumice stone.
T. 8. sickles.
Cases spirits turpentine.
Cases boiled oil,
Cases Mystic lead,
Cases white demai varnish, ,
Bars refined iron,
. Norway shapes,.
Sheet lead, ....-.
Casks cut natta.
Ice! A Fresh Supplj!
rpiIE HONOLULU ICE COMPAVT.K
JTL ing received a fresh supply of the article fna i
Hereafter supply it at tne following rates :
To regular monthly customers, delivered bv Out It
quantities not less than 5 lbs. per day, 5 ctnti srr shu
Ice sold at the ice-house in Fort street, 12 pok ji
In smaller quantities the charcre will be 121 cntiw
160-tf l". E. UU
IS. F. S.OW
"Offers for Sale,
THE CARGO OF
CliiDTDor JSSlaiTD Plianta
Cases loaf sugar. Ground pepper.
Half bbls do. Ground ninstari,
Boxes raisins, Table salt,
Bbls Carolina rice.
Bbls cement, Patent cliarpal n
BM. Ose Nftry Bread,
Ubl r Md tMxrs vvsicvb
Osie Center Board Uwnl. . I
5 Smooth Hot ton VI aars
Oil casks, shook a, hoops and heads. Iialf-bbl bcali ssi
Etc., etc., etc., ett. '
: Casks Cvmberlaxd Coal,
100 bbls IIaxall Floue, -4
Bales Oakiti, 1 .
Cedar Suincles, Etc., etc '"
CJ AX FRANCISCO WATER CRAOU
Jer-ny Lind Cakes and Butter Crackers,
Cranberries, in 10-gallon kags,
Oenul ne Sperm Candles, 4s,
Ground Pepper, in glass,
Iutty, in tins and bladders,
California Mackerel, in barrels snd kegt,
California Herring, in keg and kitts,
Sardines, in kegs,
Red, white and blue Bunting, .
Cases Carbonate Soda,
Ilair-chesu tea, ' . '
Just received per bark YANKEE, ami fr ,t
ONE PRICE ! NO DLTiTTD;
Quick Sales I Small
PRANK SPEXCERU'OrLD R;
fully iurits the attention of the pubuw I
the Ladies In particular, to his well selected ft - J
Dry Goods and Fane ArUJ
And to meet the times, he would offer thest at
IN Q PROFIT, conndent in the old ssw, tbt s ow
ls better than a slow shiUinr." jjirW !-
N. B The services of a well-known w- --.Jm
having been secured, the public may rest
Manila snapping paper, 30 x ML
tt 13 x 18.
Solar wicks, .
- Kegs s hooks and heads,
Bales corks, '
Bales gunny bags.
White ruled foolscap,
nrae " r
Fine blue satla paper.
Commercial note paper,
Bath post paper.
Tagging cards. .
: And a great variety of ar
One Tllbtiiy Jumper, . .f-
Coils Am. aeutinf. -
CoiU Rtuaia boat rops.
j Government envelopes,
i Memorandum books, '
' i too aiussrscats saot4v.
wUl be spared to rive the fullest satisfaction-
. . ' T" . r i t
l.nnlifap. S!iinrrlf anil llr--:
Boards, and Scantling of all sizes, .
100.000 Shingles, sawed, shaved cedar and
Pine Clapboards, 4, and 12 feet long,
Spruce do, 4 and A feet long,
Bed wood Ctapboarda, 12, 14 and 1 feet WH
White oak. 1. 11 and 2 inches
Sheathing, f , and i Inch, KUt jtm,
Flooring Northwest, spruce, yellow pwe.
And all kinds of building Materials antes fT jt,.
138-tf For sale at lowest rates by " ?
Just Ilecrived oer
JV nla gmund ginger, in glassi ;
California ground saga, in glass,
Hamlin k Baker's oysters,
Fresh peaches, in syrup, . "
Raspberry Jam, i
Fresh strawberries. In glass,
Green corn, fresh hooey, fresh r
131-tf Tor sale by L
13. L?. 8!.OU,
OFFERS FOR ;S ALB TO
mt7.n. aivf 'unroll !'
wvpna rrr"- ' - i-- - -"ITS I-
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