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X5c Arctic Mjstery Revealed.
IXP0BT OF CAPT. X'CUSTOCK.
mystery is rerealed, an J the fate of Sir John
ijjB u " -- ..v.-.. jay.
Pzm.v f iKa arw-raht FV) r cmvm tK frlt
ujert-J interesting account, in a report addressed
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty in Eng-
f ... i;.nni !n f V. a J
t fcal Jucovery of the fate of the long-lost naviga
rjVill b remembered that the Fox eflTected her
ETt nn theJloth of April. 1858. after a winter's
fjrLWl.IS ge"graphical miles.
Tje jaiaa SCTticuicm wi uvisieiuuurg wis rencneo
. -x.k tnil Knirh TPnr mrantw unnnliM fthtaino.1
L lie pl afforde J. On the 8th of .May our voy
L ris recommenced; G'xlhaveu and tJpernivik
t Cape York by the -Gth. Here some n:v-
ere communicateil with. They immediately
raiadMf. Petersen, oar interpreter, formerly
lVSto them in the Grinnell expedition under Dr.
Ia reply to our inquiries tor the Esquimaux
Jtir.wr Haas, left behind from the Advance in
lid, thy told us that he was residing at Whale
iia-l he been mere i wouia most guuiy hive
ed him, as his longing to return to South
ai continues unabated. ,
is the 12th of July commuflcated with the Cape
itnJer natives, near Cape Horsburg. They had
jko any ships since tbe visit or the Phamx in
tut baie any wrecks ever drifted upon their
h ns Dot until the 27th of J uly that we reached
3Fs Inlet, owing to ft most unusual prevalence of
t in the northern portion of Baffin's ITty, and
j& rendered our progress since leaving Ilolstein-
1 one of increasing struggle. Without steam
net we could have done nothing. Here only one
i soman and a boy were found, but they served to
t as np the inlet for 25 miles, when we arrived at
C Tillage. For about a week we were in constant
y most interesting communication with these
r people. Briefly, the information obtained
them was, that nothing whatever respecting the
Ha expedition bad come to their knowledge.
had any wrecks, witbin the last 20 or 30 yeaiv.
fed tieir shores. The remains of three wrecked
are known to them. Two of those appear to
been the whalers Dexterity and Aurora,
in August, 1S21, some 70 or 80 miles sou th
ai Toad's Inlet. The thirl vessel, now almost
jol in the sand, lies a few miles east of Cape Hay.
Hi people communicate overland every winter
the trioes at Igloouk. ihey au Knew or rarry s
havinz wintered therein 1&3, and h.-vl heard
At years of 2r. Bae's visit to Repulse Bay, ue-
ping his boats as mm to our wnaie ooai, ana
sparry a living in tents, within tents, within
EV-booses, arw&ing pipes, shooting reindeer, etc
t died. TlMj remained there only one winter,
rumor of the lost expedition has reached them,
ila Pond's Inlet the natives told us tbe ice de-
skssw Kite ewk sr rr aa romftln
WIT CICIJ JVMf wa- va&
abound. Several large wnaies were seen oy
avl we found among the natives a considerable
of whalebone and nBrwbals" horns, which
were anxious to barter for knives, files, saws.
, ! , 1 1 - f
m Mn-i wool aney umr bs hnd tuud cuiru ui
Waiet. saowiaig that it expands into an extensive
Que! looking westward into Prince Regent's Inlet.
Wold not bat regret that none of our own whal-
friends from whom we had recently received so
i - . - a . . a s 1
kiiHlness were nere to pront dj bo iavoraoie
Leafinz Pond's Inlet on the Cth of August we
. . ... VI 1 ,
i IieecrBT laland on tne iitn, ana xanuea a
ime marwie tablet, sent on board for this pur-
by Lady franklin, bearing an appropriate in
to the memory ox our ioei countrymen in
Er6 and Terror. The provisions and stores
in perfect order, but a small boat was much
from having been turnea over anu roueu
the Leach by a storm. The roof or the house
mi kim necessary reDairs.
Hirinz embarked some coals and stores we stood
seed of, and touched at cape uomam on me ioiu,
ailel down Peel Strait for twenty-nve nines on
17th, but finding the remainder of this channel
with unbroken ice, 1 aetermineu to miute
Eellot Strait on the 19th August tiamiuea
ttDTilies remaining at Port Leopold, and left
Sct a whaleboat. which we brought away from
7aeHotham for the purpo-e, so as to aid in our re
VatAould we be obliged eventually to abandon the
M. The steam launch had been forced higher up
i the beach, and somewhat damaged by the ice.
pa Regent's Inlet rvas unusually free from ice;
wry little was seen during our. run down to
Wfcri Bay, which we reached othe 20th of
'-f. Bellot Strait, which communicates with the
iWa Sea, averages one mile in width by 17 or 18
ao ia length. At this time it was filled with drift
tot, as the season advanced, became perfectly
(z its chores are in many plaeesTaced with lofty
fttia cliffs, and some of the adjacent hills rise
p feet; the tides are very strong, running six or
knots at the springs. '
9i the Cth of September we passed through Bellot
,5piit without obstruction, and secured the ship to
mjc acruon ifca itoki u - - v
rth, when I deeme'l it necessary to retreat into
qaarten, we constantly watched the move
"13 of the ic in the western sea or channel- In
L... . . tr.t Vtnm hprp until
JakJuanel it was broken op and drifting about;
fia.iy tne proportion or water increaeyj, -
the ice which intervened was reduced to three
tar miles in width. But this was firmly held
fcbjMmerous islets, and withstood tbe violence
4e autumn gales. It was tantaliiing beyond
Option thus to watch from day to day the free
t which we eoold not reach, and which washed
f hore aUw miles ts the southward of us.
the autumn, attempts were made to carry
'3pott of provisions towards the magnetic P''t
4esi almost entirely failed In consequence of the
sptioo of the ice to the southward. Lieut. Ilob-
"Jtarned with iis sledge parties in November,
aeh suffering from severe weather, and immi-
?wil on one occasion, when the ice upon which
-7 vre encamped became detached from the shore,
fcftedofft leeward with them. Our wintering
u at the east entrance to Bellot Strait, in
harbor, whieh I have named Port Kennedy,
ypredeceawr in these waters, the commander
!"f Uly Franklin's former searching expedi
Although vegetation was tolerably abundant,
i two Esquimaux banters, Mr. Petersen, and
ivponsnM!n,eonstantly on tbe alert, yet the
of the country daring eleven months and a
IJf my yielded as eight reindeers, two bears,
xf" mltadft few waterfowl and ptarmigan.
;yter was unusually cold and stormy- Ar
2nti were completed daring the winter for
Jpof oat oar intended plan of search. I felt it
' . y suty personally to visit Marshal Island.
&ingJ"J09ed to complete the circuit or
J Hobaon I allotted the search of tbe west
cl Boothia to the magnetic pole, and from
1 Inland westward to Wynniatt's furthest.
1 Young, car sailinc master, was to trace
. . f Prince of Wales' Land, from Lieat.
1 irtksst, and also to examine the coast
I Eai northward, to Sir James Boss
.a? xameys wers commenced on the 17th
-7. by Cspt Young and myself,
jearrjJ t53d:t across to Prince of
l T-Zj I t.-t Iwutaward, towards the
Pie, ia t! i t - r ct communicating with
.--aai, f- j .iHT- SWCn mioniiJ
rrf mr seareh. I
l PCttlflilmr'fmr ssssaaisBi s ssassssssssisasssasssaassaBsaiSBsssasss MssawssBssaasaassisBSsaaaasBSssssssssassasaasssassssssssM
sharp marching and the uuusually severe weather to
which we had been exposed. For several days after
starting, the mercury continued frozen.
the 21st of April our long-projected spring jour,
neys were commenced; Lieut. Hobson accompanied
me as far as Cape Victoria, each of n5had a Bledge
drawn by four men, and an auxiliary sledge drawn
by six dogs. This was all the force we could muster
Before separating we saw two Esquimaux families
living out upon the ice in enow huts; from them we
learned that a second ship had been seen off King
William's Island, and that she drifted ashore on the
fall of the same year, rrom tTiis ship they had ob
tained a vast deal of wood and iron. I now gave
Lieut, Hobson directions to search for the wreck and
to fallow up any traces be might find upon King
W illiam's Island. Accompanied bv mv own mrt
and Mr. Petersen, I marched along the east shore of
v:n:.. t..i i : n . . . .
""is iiinnu s isuiuu, uwiwionauy passing ueserteu
snow huts, but without meeting natives till the 8th
of May, when off Cape Norton we arrived at a snow
village containing about thirty inhabitants. They
gathered about us without the slightest appearance
of fear or shyness, although none had ever seen liv
ing white people before. They were most willing to
communicate all their knowledge and barter all their
goods, but would have stolen everything had they not
been closely watched. Many more relics of our
countrymen were obtained ; we could not carry away
all we might have purchased. They told us that oue
day's march up the inlet we had crossed the day be
fore, and therce four days overland, brought them to
the wreck. None of these people had been there since
1857-8, at which time they said but little remained,
their countrymen having carried away everything.
Most of our information was received from an intelli
gent old woman; she said that it was on the fall of
the year that the ship was forced ashore; many of the
white men dropped by the way as they went towards
the Great River; but this was only known to them in
tbe winter following, when their bodies were discov
ered. They all assured us that we would find natives
upon the south shore, at the Great River, and some
few at the wreck; but unfortunately this was not the
case. Only one family were met off Point Booth, and
none at Montreal Island or any place subsequently
Point Ogle, Montreal Island, and Barrow Island
were searched without finding anything except a few
scraps of copper and iron in an .Esquimaux biding,
place. Recrowing the Strait to King William's
Island, we continued the examination of the southern
shore, without success, until the 24th of May, when
vbout ten miles eastward of Cape Herschel, a bleach
ed skeleton was found, arouud which lay fragments
of European clothing. Upon carefully removing the
snow, a small pocket-book was found, containing a
few letters. These, although much decayed, may yet
be deciphered. Judging from the remains of his
dress, this unfortunate young man was a steward or
ofiicer's servant, and his position exactly verified the
Esquimaux assertion, that they dropped as they
walked along. On reaching Cape Herschel next day,
we examined Simpson's Cairn, or rather what re
mains of it, which is only four feet high, and the cen
tral stones have been removed, as if by men seeking
something within it. My impression at the time, and
which I will retain, is that records were '.'.eposited
there by the retreating crews, and subsequently re
moved by the natives.
After parting from me at Cape Victoria on tbe 28th
of April, Lieut. Hobson made for Cape Felix. At a
short distance westward of it be found a very large
cairn, aud close to it three small tents, with blankets,
old clothes, and other relics of a shooting or a mag
netic station; but although the cairn was dug under,
and a trench dug all round it at a distance of ten
feet, no record was discovered. A pieee of blank
paper folden up was found in the cairn, and two
broken bottles, which may, perhaps, have contained
records, lay beside it among some stones which had
fallen from off the top. The most interesting of the
articles discovered here, including a boat's ensign,
were brought away by Mr. Hobson. About two miles
further to the southwest, a small cairu was found,
but neither records nor relics ob62!ned. About three
miles north of Point Victory, a second small cairn
was examined, but only a broken pickaxe and empty
On the Gth of May, Lieutenant Hobson pitched his
tent beside a large cairn upon Mount Victory. Lying
among some loose stones which had fallen fromfthe
top of this cairn, was found a small case containing
record, the sulwtance of which is briefly as follows :
This cairn was built by the Franklin expedition,
upon tbe assumed site of Sir James Ross' pillar,
which bad not been found. The Erebu and Terror
spent their first winter at Beech Island, after having
ascended Wellington Channel to lat. 17 deg. N., and
returned by the west side of Cornwallis Island. On
the 12th of September, 1846, they were beset in lat.
80 05' N , and long. 98 23' W. Sir John Franklin
died on the 11th of June, 1847. On the 22d of April,
1848, tbe ships were abandoned five leagues to the N.
N. Wof Point Victory, and the survivors, 106 in
number, landed here ander the command of Captain
Crozier." This paper was dated April 25th, 1848,
and upon the following day they intended to start for
the Great Fish river. Tbe total loss by deaths in the
expedition up to this date was nine officers and fifteen
meiiT A vast quantity of clothing and stores of all
sorts lay btrewed about, as if here every article was
thrown away which could possibly be dispensed with;
pickaxes, shovels, boats, cooking utensils, ironwork,
rone, blocks, canvas, a dip circle, a sextant engraved
"Frederick Hornby, R. N.," a small medicine chest,
oars etc. A few miles southward, across Back Bay,
second recosd was found, having been deposited by
Lieut. Gore and M. Ltes Voeux, in May, 1847. It
afforded no additional information.
Lieut- Hobson continued his search until within a
few days' march of Cape Herschel without finding
ny trace of the wreck or of unlives. He left full in
formation of bis important discoveries for me; there
fore, when returning nonnwaru ut , ,
King William's Island, I had the advantage of know
n.ing i it .! Soon after leav-
. .1f,1 hwn foundr Soon
Sf Ca IirrscheTthe-traces of natives became less
ing v- -,t nd after rounding the
numerous ana less rweulf
- .wether. This
It vwtation. N umerous banks of shingle and low
Llet?Ue off it. and beyond these Victoria Strait is
When in lat 62 OCT N. and Ion. 99" 27 W., we
mVtoa large boat, discovered by Lieut. Hobson a
came to a large . informed me. It
" i . . , . t
ian nreviousir. M,-J .
'.. .l:. v ixn intended for the
'the h river tVt was abandoned apparently
cent of tne isn river, . . ,
01 Vn th hins. the sledge upon
upon a return jo- - w - .Q that direc
wnicn sue w ,
n she was nwuuv r . 71 , t
. a smi in lenirth by 7 ieei
tion. . sue ""'fTfied, and made as light as
wide, was most efuliy ntteu a
poble. t theedge was of solid ok
as heavy as the 1 boat. 'f9 2 hanfan skeletons,
wa found within her, also two
One or tnese ij r hich wa8 much more
a pile of clothing; the other "JJ" ,, m the
disturbed, PKqStSTrf l
nJij an dSST reSgioas book were also
spoons and forks, and a iew r & names
upon any De wts side, precisely
erun -tood apnght t.t One barrel
M they naa -"V. There was ammuni-
in each was loadea w ada ot chocelate,
some tea and tobacco. . of boat.
J,5SSS Sre brought away by
SS Ho&onT and some few by mysei.
Lieut. Hobson, t victory, with-
On the 6th of June . -.7" The cfothing.
oat having foond -"Vamts, note-books.
Aa.. was again
emu - . , , thm -aim.
without so" 7--ru north of it-
a recora pi-c K.h-
and another birred upon my return jour-
ing worthy of remark ; apo 7q 19fc of
a inn ssua "
Jane. Dve a7- - , its
The shore of King
a Mt extreme
ore of "'""rvIiiTandCroxier.has
r.hand westextrem, v,- v--- abandon-
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER , 1859.
of labor and privation, and Its effect upon Capt. Young was pain
fully evident. .
Lieutenant Ilobson was unable to stand without our assist
ance upon his return on board. lie was not in good health when
he commenced his long jou.oey, and the sudden exposure
brought on a serious attack of scurvy, yet lie most nobly com
pleteu his work ; and such facts will more clearly evince the un
flinching spirit with which tbe dbject of our voyage has been
pursued in these detached duties than any praise of mine. We
were now, at length, all on board again. As there were some
slight cases of scurry, all our treasured resources of Burton ale,
lemon juice and fresh animal food were put into requisition, so
that in a comparatively short time all were restored to sound
Iuring our sojourn in Port Kennedy we were twice called
upon to follow a shipmate to the grave. Mr. Ueorge Brands,
engineer, died of apoplexy on the olh of November, 1808. lie
had been out deer shooting several hours tlutt dsy, aud appeared
in excellent health. Ou the 14lh of J uue, 1S09, Thos. BlackweU,
ship's steward, died of scurvy. This man I ad served in two of
the former searching expeditions. The summer proved a warm
one ; we were able to start upon our homeward voyage on the
tth of August, and although the loss or the eugiue-driver in
1857, and the engineer in 1858, left us with only two stokers,
yet, with their assistance, I was able to control the engines and
steam the ship up to fury Point.
For six days we lay there clusely beset, when a change of
wind removing the ice, our voyage was continued almost without
further interruption to Uadhaven, in Dkico, where we arrived on
the 20th of August, and were received with great kindness by
Mr. Olick. Inspector of North Greenland, and the local authori
ties, who obligingly supplied our few wants. The two Esqui
maux dog-drivers were now discharged, aud on the 1st of Septem
ber wsaileJ for England.
From all that can be gleaned from the record paper, and the
evidence afforded by the boat, and various artfcles of clothing
aud equipment dixcovered, it appears that the abandonment of
the ilrebut and Terror had bveu deliberately arranged, and
every effort exerted during the third wiuter to render the trav
eling equipments complete. -It is much to be appehended that
disease had greatly reduced the strength of all on board, far
more perhaps thon they themselves were aware of. The distance
by sledge route, from the position of the ships when abandoned,
to the boat, is 65 geographical miles ; aud from the ships to
Montreal Island, 220 miles. The most pericct order seems to
have existed throughout.
In orJ-r to extend as much as possible the public utility of
this voyage, inagnetical, meteorological, and other observations
subservient to scientific purtoses, and for which instruments
were supplied through the liberality of the Itoyal Society, have
been continually aud carefully taken, aud every opportunity has
been embraced by the surgeon, 1. .Walker, M. 1., ot forming
complete collections iu all the various branches of natural his
tory. ' This report would be incomplete, did I not mention the obli
gations I have been laid under to the, companions of my voyage,
both officers and men, by their zealous and unvarying supiort
throughout. A feeling of entire devotion to the cause which
Lady Franklin has so nobly sustained, and a firm determination
to effect all that men could do, seems to have supported them
through every difficulty. With less of this enthusiastic spirit
and cheerful obedience of every command, our small number
23 in all would not have sufficed for the successful performance
of so grunt a work.
F. L. McC li stock. Captain, B. N.,
Commanding the Final tearcliing expedition.
The yacht Fox, K. . &., off the Idle of Wight, W eduesday,
Septemlier 21, 1359.
List or thk Kklics.
Appended to Capt. McClintock's report is a detailed descrip
tion of the numerous "relics" of the Franklin expedition, brought
back by him. They are suggestive of the saddest thoughts; and
many a tale of all the emotions that cau fill a human being's
breast in the perilous position in which these unfortunate navi
gators were placed, may be readily imagined by the reader.
Here is a list of these interesting mementoes s
Hrlir.t brouijht from the boat found in tat. S9 drg. 08 nun.
43 tee. JV., Ion. 9J deg. 21 min. 42 tee. If., upon the uet
coast of King William Island, May 30, 1809.
Two double barrelled guns. One barrel in each is loaded.
Found stauding up against the side in the after part of the boat.
Is Uxk Hakckl. A small Prayer Book; cover of a small book
of Family Prayers; Christian Melodies, an inscription within the
cover to " G. G." (Graham Gore); ficar of Wakefield ; a
small Bible, interlined in many places and with numerous refer
ences written in the margin; a Mew Testament in the French
TiKn TovrrnER. Two table knives with white handles one
is marked " W. !-.;" a gimlet, an awl, two stanchions nine
inches long, fur supporting a weather cloth, which was round the
Tiko Tookthkr. 26 pieces of silver plate 11 spoons, 11
fork;,aud 4 teaspoons; 3 pieces of thin elm board (tingles) for re
pairing the boat, and measuring 11 inches by 6 inches, and 3
lUUis inch thick.
All Wbafpkd cp is a Piucg of Casvas. Bristles for shoe
maker's use, bullets, short clay pipe, roll or waxetl twine, a
wooden button, small piece of a port Are, two charges of shot
tied up in a finger oP kid glove, tied up in a fragment of a sea
man's blue serge frock. Covers of a small Testament and
Prayer Bonk, part of a grass cigar case, fragment of a silk hand
kerchief, thread case, piece or scented soap, three shot charges
in kid glove fingers, a belted bullet (tied together in a piece of
silk pocket handkerchief), two pairs of goggles, made of stout
leather, and wire gauze instead of glass ; a sailraaker's palm,
two small brass pocket compasses, a snooding line rolled up in
a piece of leather, a needle and thread auto, a bayonet scablard
altered iuto a sheath for a knife, tin water bottle for the j.ocket,
two shot pouches (full of shot.)
Is Castas. Three spring hooks of swonl belts, a gold lace
band, a piece of thin gold twist or cord, a pair of leather goggles,
with crape instead of glass; a small green crape veil.
Wrapped Tx;ktiikr is Castas. Two small packets of blank
cartridge in green paper, part of a cherry stick pijie stem, piece
of a port lire, a few copjer nails, a leutlicr Iraotlace, a seaman's
clasp knife, two small glass stoppered bottles (full) placed in
medicine chest, three glasses of ectaclc8, German silver pen
cil case, pair of silver (?) forceps, such as a naturalist might use
for holding or seizing small Insects, Arc-5 small pair or scissors
rolled up in blank iKiper. such as an officer's warrant or ap
pointment; a spring hook of a sword belt, a brass charger for
holding two charges of shot.
W rapped TocKTnKB is Casvas. A small bead purse, piece
of red sealing wax, stopper ot a pocket matchbox, one of the
glasses of a telescope, a small tin cylinder, probably made to
hold lucifer matches some of the loose grains or shot have been
put into it; a linen bag of ercust-ion cas of three sizes, a very
large and otd-fiu'hioued kind, stamped "Smith's patent;" a cap
with a flange similar to the present musket Caps used by Gov
ernment, but smaller, and ordinary sporting caps of the smallest
Five wati-hes in a paper packet.
A pair of blue glass spectacles, or goggles, with steel frame,
awl wire gauze encircling the glasses, iu a tin c;ise.
A pemmicantin, painted lead color, and marked E "(fcrebus)
in black. From its size it must have contained 2C or 22 ounds.
Two yellow glass beads, a glass seal with symbol of Frecma-
sonry. , ,
A four inch block, strapped, with copjier hook
probal ly for the boat's sheet.
DR. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. 178-ly
I) It. A. N. CLARKE,
Surgical and Mechanical Dentist,
nm dnnr Wood's Ikmt and Shoe Store, Merchant Street.
Office hours from 8 A. SI., to 4j P.M.
DR. J. JIOTT SMITH,
Would inform his seafaring friends that during the season h.
roav I found at his office over Dr. Ford's Drug Store be
rweenThe hours of 11 A M to U o'clock .
of the day at his old office, csrner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
II. W. JIcCOUGHTRY,
. n . ... . ...t r nntnmercial nnner only
Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up stairs.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office.
Phrsician and Surgeon, office In the -new drugstore, adjoining
J. D. BLAIR,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and IVortor ln Admiralty. OT
flce over Dr. Ouilloa's Drug Store, Honolulu, S. I. 140-tf
t Office, over tne mn-umve.
buslneM and execute, document in tbe native language.
: DR. FORD'S
-....,, street, opposite Makee
Office and Pra ciore, . 6ne,i and prescriptions
block, onip s
ET Id.vTprT.uowerand medicated Baths, at all hour.
a . F. GUILLOU, M. D ,
rod States Navy, Consular Physician to sick
OffieVhou?. from 11 a. u. to 2 r.
at other hours inquire at
' EDWARD r. APAU.
cnRTI'K L. IIANKS
Commu-ion and Shipping Merchants. Hooololo,
l'100"- , , REFER TO
, RlOfM' . ,
GatHseu, Misrras Co,
$usintss Carbs. '
HAWAIIAN FLOUR COMPANY,
100-tf A. P. ETERKTT, Treasurer and Agent.
A. I. EVERETT, '
63-tf Ilonolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J. F. COLBURN,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu, Oahu.
Wine, Spirit and Cigar Store, Charlton Wharf, Honolulu.
C. II. LEWERS,
Lumber and building materials, Fort St, Honolulu.
H. VOB BOLT. TH. C. BKCCK
Genera Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Oahu, 8. I. 105-tf
ALEX. J. CARTWRKJIIT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, II. I. 105-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, Ale and Porter, near
the Post QUice. Honolulu. 49-tf
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Lumber Merchant, yard corner of Queen and Xuuanu streets on
the Punchard premises. 105-tf
II. HACKFELD & CO.
General Commission Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. 105-tf
K. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Pry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets. 105-t
Dealer In Dry and Fancy Goods, notel street between Nuuann
and Maunakea streets, Honolulu, S. I. 11 tf
JOHN TII03IAS WATERIIOCSE,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in General Merchandise!
Honolulu, and Lahaina, Maui. 44-tf
T. MOSSMA1I. MOSSMAS,
MOSSMAN & SON,
Bakers, Grocers and Dealers iu Dry Goods, Nuuann street, Hon
olulu, Oahu, S. I. 127 tf
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cotlert, Mbchasics'
Tools and Agricultural Implembsts, Fort street, Hono
JANION, GREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Proof Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1859.
J. IRWIS. WOOLS-
IRWIN & CO.,
Accountants, Collectors aud Custom House Brokers, Honolulu.
XT N. B. Complicated accounts adjusted, and commercial
books opened and closed. ite-tt
A. S. & M. S. GRINBAUM,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, and every variety of Gentlemen s
Superior Furnishing Goods. Store, corner of Fort and
Merchant streets, Ilonolulu, Oahu. HP-tt
A. HARRIS, OAHU. 8WAIS, HAWAII
AREL HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of Hawaiian Produce, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
. .,-. . i' .i . iium MRn.i At Merrill. San
17 raw dius "i cjiviiaugc vu ' -
Francisco, U. S. A. Vi!
RITSON & HART,
Successors to Mr. Henry Robinson, Wholesale Wine and Spirit
Merchants, Ilonolulu, H. I , under to Room of A. J. Cart
wright, and at the foot of Kaahumanu street. 32-tf
B. F. SNOW,
General Commission Merchant, Honolulu, Oahu, naw. Islands.
Regular Line of Boston and Honolulu Packets.
Sale of Coffee from the Titcomb Plantation.
Sale of Crocker Brothers & Co's Yellow Metal
New Fngland Roofing Company. 123-tf
CHAS. R. BISHOP. WM. A. ALDRJCH
BISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of u Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Will receive deposits, discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc 112-tf
W. A. ALDRICH,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise ; Commission
Agent for the Sae of Sugar, Molasses and Coffee, and other
Island Produce. Agent for the LiHrs I'lavtatios. Con
signmenta of all kinds of Island Produce solicited. Orders
for Merchandise promptly attended to. 10&-tf
F LOR ENS STAPENIIORST,
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims against the said Underwriters, occurring in
or about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
'VHE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPA
JL ny, (established 183d.) For Fire and Life Assurance at
home and abroad.
Capital l,23,7GO, Sterling.
The undersigned has been appointed Agent for the Sandwich
Islands. " B- C. JANION.
7tf at Honolulu.
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, and Commission
Merchant, Ilonolulu, Oahu, S. I., keeps constantly on hand
an extensive assortment of every description of goods re
quired by whaleshis and others.
Shipping furnished with all kinds of groceries, provisions Sc.,
at the shortest notice, at the very lowest market prices.
TJT Money advanced for whalers' b.Us at Uie lowest rates.
OUST. C. MKLCMKRS.
MELCIIERS & CO.,
Commission Merchants and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu, Oahu,
S I. Stone store comer of Kaahumanu and Merchant stt.
Money advanced on favorable terms for Whalers bills on the
U. 8. and Europe.
CASTLE AJtOS. S. COOKS.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and W holesale an 1 Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of the King and School
streets, near the large Stone Church. Also at the Store
formerly occupied by C. II. NMiolson, in King street, oppo
site the Seamans Chapel. Agents for Dr. Jaynes' Medi
UTAI & AHEE,
AgenU for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, and Iwo,
atPulo, Ililo; Importers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Laha na, Af aul,
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large aud
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu, August 12, 1857. w'y
8IIBRMAS PECK. CHAS. BREWER, 2D.
. C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission and Shipping Merchants, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
It r r r ik iv
James Hews ewbll, Esq., I
Charles Brewer, r-q., j
MESSR.X. SIcRCKR 51ERRILL, 1
Chas. Wolcott Brooks, Esq.,
.lESXRS. VI M. rCKTAIJ S "
Messrs. Peels, Uubbell & Co..
C. A. & H. F. POOR,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, OAHU, SANDWICH ISLANDS.
KErEll IV v
G so rob F. Pbabopt, Esq
Elisha Haskell, Esq., -Messrs.
Bbad, Oardbeb k Co-,
Waldo, Barrt j Co.,
Aberxbthy, Clark ft Co -Badger
....- job w. pofb.
. c. wiTb WATERMAN fc COH
Esnecial attention paid to the InteresU o the Whaling Fleet, by
furntohing rffunds, purchase and sale of Exchange O0,
Geoeral MercWise, and the procuring of Freight.
Messrs. Isaac Howlaso, J a., A Ccs New Bedford
Moboas, Stoss A Co., San Francisco.
McRceb ft Merrill, do. 105-tf
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.,
Ship CBandtora, Dealer. In General Merchandi-e, and. Commis
sion Merchants, Honolulu, H. I. , - .i .i.i., t
KeeJtogoaJiandjPloi L1 t
rt ti paa jpaw pauj
JOHN II. BANKS,
XjOoIx. nncl Gruxismitli,
Esplanade, on CapL Brown's Premises 179-4m
1 m '
t. JOHNSON. B. ALLES.
JOIISO, & ALLEN,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
F&rt Street, near Caraer f Hotel Street.
RKSPECTFCLLY INFORM THE PUB
lie that thev are iirenared to execute any work in the
above line, and hone to merit a share of Dublic patronage.
XT Jobbing done on reasonable terms. Plans and specifica
tions drawn to order. . 182-tf
LEWIS & NORTON,
COOPERS & GAUGERS,
Corner of Bethel & King Sts.,
FORT ST TWO DOORS BELOW DR. JUDD'S DRUG STORE,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO
execute all orders In their line promptly and
at reesoncblc rates. S1
Thankful for past patronage, they confidently rely upon their
old customers for a continuance of their favors, and trust that
their endeavors to please, and extreme low rates of charges, will
insure to them a fair share or business in their line.
N. B. New aud second hand casks and shooks always on
hand, which they will sell at the lowest market rates. 178-tf
JAMES A. BURDICR
IN REMOVING HISBUSINES
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity of return
ing his sincere thanks to his mends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
aee which they have beea pleased to grant
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention w dusi
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
. He has on hand for sale upwards of 2000 barrels of all sorts
and sizes. 175-ly
A CARD.-MESSRS. LEWIS Sc. NORTON
J take the opportunity of thanking their friends and the
public in general, for the favors and patronage hitherto bestow
ed upon them, and respectfully beg their continuance of the
All orders entrusted to them will be performed with punctu
ality and dispatch.
They have ou band, for sale, CASKS of all sizes and sorts,
amounting to upwards of 4000 bbls. 162-tf
NEW COOPERAGE !
ANTHON'S BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
Honolulu, Oahu, U. I.
TV HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE TAKEN
the above premises for the purpose of carrying on the
In all its various branches, and solicit a share of the publie
Being all practical coopers, they flatter themselves that they
can do work as well and on as icasonable terms as any other es
ablisbment in Honolulu or on the Sandwich Islands.
147-3m LAM 11, FARDEN ft CO.
MACHINE CARPENTER'S SIIOP.
PXDERSIGXED WOULD INFORM
. his friends and the public that on the 6th inst. he will re
sume his former business as a
BUILDER AND HOUSE CARPENTER,
. . . . - i t . . i . WAfnon Ac Tonard.
AC inc euiiu uhhvtw uw.ui'iv j ...
on the Swinton Premises, King street. With every facility for
doing an Drancnes oi
-X7 ooc3. Worlt
tc the best advantage, he respectfully solicits a share of publie
patronage. - - flmt nl. wnrVman. ha will
Jiaving kcutoi uc ' - J
also add Cabinet Makiag, Taraiag and Car-
XT Stuff sawed and planed by machinery for carpenters and
0ther"' M C. n. LEWERS.
N. B. General lumber business will be conducted as hereto
fore on the Fort Street Premises, where the best selected stock
will be sold on the most reasonable terms. . 186-tf
AT HIS BLACKSMITHS' SIIOP ON
the New Esplanade, is prepared to do work of all
kinds in first rate style, at prices to suit the times.
Shin. cart, carriaee. and all other work in his line
done with neathess ami dispatch. Horse shoeing done by C. P.
NUTE, and we know that he will suit. ltd-tl
THOMPSON fc WEVIL.I.E,
OPPOSITE THE CUSTOM HOUSE,
THE ABOVE HAVING PURCHASED
the premises formerly occupied by M. M. Matthews,
are now pe;ared to execute Ship, Carriage and Cart
Work, on the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms, and hope by strict attention to business to merit a share
of the public patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed. 105-tf
1TSTOILII CALL THE ATTENTION OF
mW -t v.i A- . .U nr maturtal fHinctiat ttllT OI lift-
waiian Lime, California Lime, Brick, Cement, Fire Clay, Plaster
of rang, Uerman rue anu r ire ont, ""j" 1 i
City Market, on King Street.
THE UNDERSIGNED, H A v IU A
thorough knowledge or tne aoove rasing
notify his friends and the public generally of Honolu
lu i.. ..-.nnM in mulf tn onler. on short no-
, m m, UUHir: in iii-h . t -
. :.. .k,. n... ti.imxiirh workmanlike manner, ppnnf
Lounges, Spring Beds, Hair, Pulu and Grass Matresses. Old So
fas. Lounges, etc., re-covered and repaired with neatness and dis
patch. Carets of all kinds laid in the most th"r"u(hr7:1man-
like manner. - ' ' ,HV.IN n . i
120-fim Next door to Geo. Clark, Esq., Hotel street.
Uarrey & IcCIymont,
PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, GILDERS AND PA
SHOP IN KING STREET. 155-ly
HOUSE CARPENTER, &c, .
ESPECT FULLY INTIMATES THAT
v.. i. ,.rrA to execute any work in the above line, and
opes to merit a share of public patronage. loatf
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
THE UNDERSIGNED Is now prepared to repair ar
manufacture aU kinds of machinery, mill gearing, wind
lass gearing, ship forgings and smith work. .
Cartboxes, forge backs, anvils Ac on hand and made U
P'lron and and best quality of smith's coal for WKT0JI
C. E. W1L1.1A3TIS,
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
THE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NBAS
the corner of Fort. ;
Furniture of all kinds made repaired.
On hand and for sale, RKADT MADE FURNITTTIK, Koa
Boards, Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
Tlanre assortment of Gilt Moulding, and I large i sized Glass.
A variety of Backing, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and made to order. Iaa-Jy
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS
W. J. RAWLINS & CO.,
A ELK THANKFUL FUR PAST FAVORS,
A nd are prepared, with tbST present improvements, to
Pl mercUndfamllies with hard and soft soap j also,
Aiiway. ready to buy or trad, for tallow, -- and
all kinds of kitchen grease. - J
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
ch Jed the interest of K. J. Smtth in the . Town and City
SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
JVOU IV,s. 28. WHOLE Nt.t8.
iltorrs, Swings ait& gcal Estate.
House for Sale or to Let.
u THAT LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
ffr. t house on Kukui street, now occupied by Mr. Daniel Fos
X I ter. Possession given January 1st, 1860. The house ia
nearly new. and one of the most convenient houses in Honolulu,
and contains parlor, 22x22 feet ; diuing room, 14x22 feet ; five
sleeping rooms, dressing room, pantry, store room, bath room,
servants' room, carriage house, kitchen, Ac, and a constant
supply of water from the government pipes. The lot Is 75 feet
frontage with a depth of 300 feet, and contains a variety of
choice and ornamental trees. For particulars, Ac-, apply to
184-tf A. P. EVERETT.
THE MOST DESIRABLE
Residence in Honolulu for Sale !
ta THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS -m.
J for sale the dwelling and premises on Fort street, a J
JJUs, now owned and occupied by him. The premises 1
are among the most desirable and central in Ilonolulu. .The
main building contains a
2 children's sleeping rooms.
And bath room.
There are also two cottages on the premises, one containing
two sleeping rooms and dressing aartmcut ; and the other one
sleeping room and a dressing airtment. . There are also a
cook house, two servants' rooms, wash house, wood house, sta
ble, carriage, fowl house, etc, etc.
The premises are supplied w.ith valley water, and also a brick
cistern, capable of containing 150 barrels of water, with force
pump, which adds to the security of the buildings.
Titlb. Royal patent from His Majesty Kamehameha III.
Possession wiU be given on nie 1st of January I860. If not
sold, the premises will be to let for a term of eighteen to twenty
months from the above date. Apply to .
182-2m H. M. WHITNEY.
LEASEHOLD FOR SALE X
THE VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PRO-
w peny, on tne corner oi Merc nam ana niiuuu hrw,
for sale on reasonable terms, at present occupied ny J .
H. STRAUSS, to whom application is to be made on the pre
misea. Possession can be given immediately. 177-Sm
FOR SALE OR RENT I
THE PREMISES AND DWELLING
HOUSE, on the Nuuanu Valley Road, now occupied by
Q. C. Melchers. Esq. Possession given shortly.
For terms, apply upon the Premises, or to
177-3m MELCHERS ft CO.
TO LET FURNISHED.
A COTTAGE AND OUT HOUSES IN
the suburbs, and within 15 minutes' walk of the Court
House, situated immediately opposite the Catholic Ceme-
terv on King street. Inquire of
W. LEE, Attorney at Law,
173-tf Over Dr. Guillou's store.
T" TO LET, .
THE STORE AT THE FOOT OF KAA-
humanu street, recently occupied cy Messrs. wuod s
xiart in the win ami anirit tfiuie. Possession siven on
tha 1st of October next. For terms, apply personally to
159tr At his rooms over Dr. McKibbin's.
TO X.VT. t
THE FOLLOWING ROOMS AND OF-
... ... ........ n nn.svr ftl'ir 1TW1
ncesc the muis rnuor unia oimuiau, wnm "
xvaauuiuiiuu wiu huu bmi.m, m .
x ne omce on tne secoou uwr, nnw.wj ."e 1 .
The Cellar of the above building, capable of storage of 1500
Possession given immediately. Terms moderate. Apply to
H9tf CHAS. BREWER, 2d.
THE HOARDING IIOUSK I XUK
rear of the " W hite Horse Hotel, - witn ii separaH: km
rooms, aU furnished. Inquire on the premises. 111-tf
FOR SALE OR TO LET,
THE FORETOP PREMISES ON KING
street. Terms liberal. Apply to . .
100-tf C. W. VINCENT, Fort street, Honolulu.
ROOMS TO LET, 1 PER WEEKr
Apply to 8. JOHNSON, Carpenter,
33itf . Fort Street.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
s-a THE PREMISES BELONGING TO C. T.
MAverberg, Esq., comet ot rung ana awuuuc "
Immediate possession can be given if required. For
X: UVASAlll aj sw A. i "
ColTec Plantation for Sale !
TITCOMB COFFEE PLANTATION,
AT UANALKlr KAUAI,
Is offered for sale. The Land of the Plantation comprisesup
w arils of 1050 Acres, and has upon it 50,000 CaSTee
Xrees. The land is well adapted to the cultivation oi. sugar
cane. The estate is unencumoerea, ana wiu k " -
Simple TiUe. For full particulars and terms of sale, inquira of
Waikahalulu Water Lots!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING okcv
appointed agent for the sale and lease of the
U'.ib.lialnln T.nt. t
bees to call the r tion of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculator
. ... .J. -Zl- -:......l nT l&ml which la DOW Of-
ana ot-iier. ui wui. n j mi"" - " .
fered in loU at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
terms. . . .
Plans may be seen and an particulars learnea oy aoiiwiuu
to the undersigned at Robert C. Janion's Fire-proof Buildings.
j. jj. finny appuc&uou muuiu ue iuro tvi s.. -
W. Is. GREEN;
Ajrent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lot,
nonolulu, Oct. 21, 1858. 13-tf
BARRY & PATTEN,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
WINES, LIQUORS, DEMIJOHNS, J-c.
116 MBtg;eiiTy at., San Fra.eicc 6-ly
HO and 112 Clay Street.
43 and 47 Merchant Street,
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.
Importor and Dealer
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CARPETS,
Floor and Table Oil Cloths,
MATS AND COCOA MATTING,
DRUGGETS, BAIZES, and DAMASKS,
WINDOW SHADES AND HOLLANDS,
XT pliolstory O oods.
PAPER HANGINGS and BORDERS,
FOR SALE IN BOND OR DUTY PAID,
(E7At the sLowest Rates. cfl
FANCY GOODS ! FANCY GOODS !
in. P. BROW1V,
IO"o. OO 1-2 33.trtex-y Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.,
Importer of Fancy Goods of all Kinds.
BEADS AND BEAD WORK I
GUNS, PISTOLS, COMBS, BRUSHES,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
LOOKING GLASSES, PERFUMERY,
SOAPS, NEEDLES, PLATED WARE,
WAX AND KID DOLLS, &c.,&c.
All Order! to receive prompt attention, and the goods be -ce-
Refers toll. M. Wbttsbt. Honolnln. 8. 1. 130-m
11. WEBSTER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
- a'xx die. "VT '
Liquor of every Description.
101 FRONT btkxmm; .
Between Washington and Mercliant,
lis tr "
AGENT FOR THE : .
nrw Tu Bsiri mC Underwriter.
rbe undenigned takes leave to noty Mercbanta, Hiip
. .. . . . i .1-1 - .- .i-t. J -a Amm in fcKa
aX-, Wax DC VMM t yi"iwn '
' New York Board of UaCawrtU is. '
t-tr -. - AI.MT. J. CAKTSmTOHT- .
win. u 4pe jrrana awArwf g trs qa "V ft ,
i v T V ' ft
TO APVEaTlSS ;i;p ZTJZIZZ I 2m-
Obituaries, faneml inrluti.ms ami liiceB or eonwmuC -' .
Intended only ta benefit an indivWaarslmsine wUI kechatsel
as adrertiarmeDts. ' .
Adrer csemetits displayed In larger tyi nMl sasal,a.t wf
Jeesca heavier eharRea. . -t ' -
CT Suhscriptiou for the Commercinl AuwrUser an4 -tumnta
are payable rsrsHiBLV iw aayiwea.
23 STo transient adrerUsementa wftt he tuawfafl mn t ) :
raw- "v .
27 Carrespnndence front all parts of the rttet-c wv .
be Tery acceptable.
COMMERCIAL PR1NTIXQ QgglCs
- PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PE!5iTIT."3'
BCCR as - 7,'-,,
BOOKS, BILLS Or KaCHAHOK, .
CATAIXMll.'KS, BlLIJ-l't lynuino, -
.- BILb IIKADS, CONSULAR l -J. ..
CIRCILAR?, BLANK JV-
AUCTION BILLS, II AND k
PAMPULET8, Blttii i i
cr visrrrao, businicss and adobes r - " '
ar a Tanke Card Press,n in the hij?liest style t. .
D. o. men. ''' ' "it -t"
IcRUEfl & laERHL. 7j,
COMMISSION MERCHANK, : ;
AGENTS 07 TUB
Retrnlar DUpatrh Lisesf Hsnlnln FscSsM
XT AD freight arriving In transitu for the Sandwich IV-'-V
win be rived and forwarded by the "Regular 7 'Tcm UmT
rasa or comhwsioh. '- " '
n .f i .1 : J I . im i Ifn. .n il tMttnWMW AT
Irarticuiar tumiu w mwhuius h ... r -
Berchandise, sale of whalemen's bills, and other excaaw-a, la
. it l Hwl m wmllrla
surance oi mrruan ikj ij mm uuuv, wyw . , . .
tog whaleships, chartering ships, etc.
43 and 45 California street, tta-tf
REFER TO -
Captain James Makee, Honolulu; Captain D. C. Wateevaaa
Honolulu; Messrs. Oilman A Co-, Lahaina. 1M-U ,
Chiis. Wolcott DrooL,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND FORWARDING AGENT, ; 1
183 Saaaenee afreet, San Franelaca, Cal ,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVE.f TO
the purchase, shipment and sale of Merchandise, aH
tbe Forwarding and Transhipment of Uoods in transit. ,
Refer tot !
B. F. Ssow, Ilonolulu. I J as. Hirsx swell, Bostea.
0. Bbewbb, 2d, Uonolulo. Hbht A. Picacs, .
P. S. Wilcox, Cbas. Brewer,
Macosdrat A Co., San Francisco. ; '
Moroas, Stosib A Co 1 44 .
Asa T. Lawtob, 1
THAYER, BRIGIIAM V FIELD, ,
Commission Merchants, Boston.
Cbas. L. Thatbr, (lte Thayer, Kios k Co.)
J. 8. Brioram, (late K. v. engnam a vo.j
B. W. Field, (late of Honolulu.)
O. B. HATHA WAT.
MORGAN, STONE & CO., i
Commission and Porwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Cat .
References, T. 8. Hathaway Esq- Messrs. T. k A. R. T-Jt,
a Swift k Perry, New Bedford, Messrs. Orinnell MinMBra St
Co- New York, John M. Forbes Ksq., Boston, Messrs. Sr
kins A Smith, New London, Daniel C Waterman Baq. I
. bughes. . m. o-corrsa.
SOLE AGENTS FOR .
Phelan's Model Billiard Tatlc-
PATENT COMBINATION CUSHIONS, ti
IN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON.
Slannlactory and Sales Cccms,
180 AND J 82 MONTGOMERY STREET, CAL. .
XT Purchases of tables and apparatus oaa be mad. tbrassh
A. D. CARTWRIGHT. ,
RUSSELL, BAY OF ISLANDS,
NEW ZEALAND, 1
IIEXUI DAVIS CO.;
SHIP CHANDLERS, , " :
Caatwsn Haaao Agesls, aad General CasasnSs
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LAX23
assortment of recruiU of every deacriptioa raqre4 by
Bills of exchange on the United Btates and Anwe nr
tlated. - M- .
OWEN & GOODING,;
SHIPWRIGHTS, TAHITI. . 4 , , ,
MASTERS' OF WHALESHIPS,! AUD
others, are informed that repairs, and every facility af
forded for heaving down, with cianpetent mechanics), at
he lowest rates in the Pacific, by
OWES k OOODDtO, -173-2m
A. E. WHITE & CO.', - ;-7-
MERCHANTS, COMMISSION AGENTS k AUCTIONXXXB
Akaraa, New ZealaasU .
HIPS SUPPLIED WITH POTATOES
and stores of every description. . - -
CapL G. H. Soclb, ship Milo. . -1 . .
" A. Barber, ship Benjamin Tucker.
- J. H . Acbtim, ship Goethe. . .' - - .
" Smith, ship B. 9. Maaoo.
" HiBOES, ship Metacom. .--'. tu. ,
" OSCAR OB Grabdsaigiib, ship Nil.
" Darkabdaritz, ship Gen. d'HautpooL ,
m Lbbastb, ship Caulaincourt. 1714f -
Mr. JOiH ALEX. ITZATIIEV70,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, f.
e Q,neena Place. Syaney.
XT Reference toW. L. Geee, nonolnln, 8. 1. 101 61 -
WJI. II. KEIsIilT, ;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WUI supply ships with provisions, Ac, and advance money en
favorable terms for bills on the United 8tates. 43-ly
CUSTOM HOUSE At COMMISSION AGENT
MANGONCI, NEW ZEALAND.
XT Shipping supplied or. the most reasonable terms, lat-35-6
S., long. 173-38,E . 4I-ly
E ASTRA & CO.,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ALL Kinds of Fresh Provisions furnished ; also, blSB
Stores and Ship Chandlery, at osoutlo raicas.
Whalemen's Drafts taken Ac. 71-ly
HEW .TIUSIC STORE !
(LAY & HER WIG,
lie Clay Street, San Franeisce, Calllarala.
prOS AND MELODEON1
SITLir AND BOOK MUSIC, ;
ACCORDEONS AND FLUTINAS,
VIOLINS AND GUITARS,
BANJOS AND TAMB0RINES,
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TtlvHnn.rv tmfirr tar mnsle filled be one who ondi
tne wanu or pupils in an stage. prorroM. '
The subscribers call particular attention to their fine
ment of Pianos, wnicn comprise a run assortment a
from tne following eeieoratea masers
BROWN, ALLEN & CO..
IIALLET, DAVIS & CO., ;
WOODWARD & BR0T7XT,
Mbxodbom, from CAKHABT k NIEDHAM. J
Abo, G. A. PRINCE A CO. "8 Roman Vtotta ant 0C 1 CtRf
A nun ww. B- - r -
ders forwarded through H. M. Whitney, ot Hniomia,.a3 kp
pmnpuy nw w -
S. H. PRICnARD &
COMMISSION AND F0RWAR1CT3 inZXZZXZtt,
Ne. T Frant Street, Sstn Franc isn
Agents ron -.
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. - , Our Jewel, El naciataentn. ,
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BeaokingB, I Rose of Sharon, -,-,- . ..
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Jaa. Chierers Wdllngton,.t
' Brlttoa'B Dew Drop Whi.ky in barrels tad half I'-Ta'V -
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