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HONOLULU; HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. NOVEMBER 11. 1SU5.
SIX DOLLARS I'KU AN MM.
VOl- X. .!. WlHIl.K No. 40 1.
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irit I oT Wnr-GrouJ iind Suprr
AW 1 n;t hfaitatf bi s;iy that t,c following is
the m.'.s: truii;tuf .o-ni yA uiittii by any ot" tb!
Wir-)t-i. nr.-l ii also r-m.irkaljl n-ilia in l--rt
th very f.i-it. It ajpi-:ii-l in Ar.ril. lbl, from
the pt-u nf Th-oUor Tiltoti. editur rl" th Xt-w
York L.'hp'h't'ft. To fully appreciate it- r:iril
'iolimity, wf mu-t r--ill-tt tlmt th tocsin Lad
juit hf'ii .-oua-l'-'l lioin l'ort Sumter, ami millions
w-re ri-in up to exterminating vtr.
In the city of ;ient. in olJ St. I Savon's Tower,
hung the famous t.-ll IJoland. It was an ohjVot
of atfeeiion to the people, because it rang to warn
them when Liberty ua-j in ilaner. With this ex
planation we ihalf inler.tanil the superlative war
TriE OKF.AT IlKI.L ROLAND.
SygrsttH iy frttuient Ltnmu' firtt eill Jot f'tjntttrt
BT THKObvfti. riLTO.f.
Iq ol i as. B-ivaa'4 Tower,
7'r.t- cr-it IHi iiclini sptk.?,
V7hat ctsir.t t!.r xhur.ier 2:roV T
' TXi.j tretab'.c i wife aci uiai-J ?
"VLr ecl.ol ev-vy 3trt-t
Vi:h trimp of thror.fifcg feit
Aii tljin? to tt.- cit'i wall
II the warn. 1. ci
1Lt Freeii'in y!.I iu peril ot a foe '
An.l MiuiJ Liaru grew tola
V.'hmeTtrr K.j!an.l tolled ,
And evry t.iid 11 tword could kuil,
Aul every arm couM b.-nd bo ?
Li'e r -itrii't tlm
Ttre tuinlrvl yrari av !
Toll Roland. t..ll !
Ii:ll never yet in Ua-.-g,
iWtwKf.x nit lips there uraii
?o grand s lnue !
If rnak jatTii't- stilt.
At itijr fi'st si und.
True kc.trU will bound,
Great M)ula wid tf.rill !
Tbrn VAl. let tt y test
Try each ta:ia4 trevt
Tdi triir aii-l Ul-v alilt tiod Ctufet f
Ti. ! Rutnd, t-lt !
Not now in St Caon's torr
Not now fct n.idiiit'.it liuur
Not now from Rie Scheldt io ZuyJr Z",
tut here thi lide the " !
lull hrrtr. iu t. rij.nl. br.fhl da !
for not by nikt awaiti
A fx: wiikout tlie putc,
Lut perjured friT.d- wilbiu brtray,
Aul do th Icrd at Duua !
Toll ! i:.U:id, t -II !
Thy uuad i nt too von .
To arms ! Sir)T cnt th LruderN call !
Toll ! Ki.lj.nd, I' ll '.
Tid cutUif-r fr-.to CjajKe-all
taatck iMiuck arJ owder k a arul gun
The k-r;t: of a'.re to
Lr half of renl iu' work wJ d'Ct
Tod ! RoUj1. ti.il !
T11 wrd- froo icibanl U?ai !
Toll ! K-.Uiid, t.41
h.it t ar cn id-. wr.-p
Inj bitti-r than whtrn brave laea fall
T -;t r i-,t)ii. toti r
In aki. I )ed but and l.n'.l
fcUall li t!ie ol.'..r pall.
And It irt ha l brV.. wl.lle jf- ar fillJ '
Aia-nJ ?. bath !
Au.1 ni .y h. ni.ce ttiu'iut m .'
T.ill K.!and. toll
Tif I'rE'i on thy tw r
f:ad r:;ry to this b' ur;
And Kr-'"d' ni ii if? Ghent !
And rr.i-rrit r b f.a now rin,;.
Al.d 1:1 the liud'i Content
M:i Khout .! s:ire tl.e Kii.? I"
I'nt.l th." are rna :
St iet it t e I
A kitjy ki;J ihc
Who keel bi l !.!e flee
Toil! i:. iind. t.u :
Rir. out cr t the ea !
No btn-T Th -y hut We
Have ow fuc-h r.eeil f t?te '
To'l ! E.-Und. Mil !
N r eer let thy throat
K dau.b il WHrtiii.jf njt
Till tVrerdoii.'s j ril tc outl.raved
Tod K.'i:knd. toll r
r.d Tre.l-vuN tl, whrrori-r waved.
1 .!-.t -w rut a m:o enslaved :
T' 51 ! Kn'.artl. l"il .'
jVr. ra Nortrei-n Uke t S ulbern strand f
Toll! K..l:wt t, !... !
l.d rr.t.i .tn 1 f r, at tii.v c- ciroand,
'tll rla p a.'jiii . i li o.!.er'. hand,
Ait-1 !i.t ..uk- .! ve the Und
.V:.l t..e iAii.l ili.-vt li -I bath ttTc l '.
C.'.l ! ii. tn..!. Mil
Nicw Yo3K, Sept. '23 The Ilerald't corresponJ
:Dt itSf. Albany. Vt . contralicts the report which
Loa becu gei.er tlij circuUteJ 10 the ellect tht the
tautcr-s..f tht f :cc hJ refan leJ lo theai. by the
f'tnt l'-tn aricriuiiti.n, a.I the money stolen on the
Uth o( ...-:uher, by the rebel ri lers. He says
lhetot l aniu'int fioko was cTtr J'):J,CH)0, and of
this only s-O.OJ ) h i U-en retuneI by the CanaJi
ans. It i- s iJ tht Secrctiry Seward baa made a
demand on the British Government fur reatitution of
tho m' ny, on the ground that when the raid took
p'.ace Mjn'e Cun td.an 'edciaN were aware that it was
oor.tempat?d and they assisted the scoundrels iu
mtking their escipe and threw all possible obstao'es
in the way of their arre-jt and punibbment.
Mexico The New York lltraLi's special says it id
currently reported that Gen. Ortega, wh will be
the constitutional succed--or of Trtsident Juarez in a
few months, hai succeedud in raising a ery Urg
loan for the rejublLrin government in Mexico. b?el
on the secarity of rontisoatcd property. It 19 well
known that in a n tranci?ci several hnnired thou
san l dollars have recently been subscribed. ? It is
thought here if the loan was properly put btryre the
f e-pie, it would gain very largely in amount. Since
the rebel loan wa.- uegotiared openly both in Paris
and London, neither the French nor the British
fernroeut could object to a Mexican loan being
taken in the country. The rtipnblicaca want money
rather thr& own
Ied'ore enu-rin upon puMic life,
Jlarian was a .Jetliolt-t preacher.
A luonuiiieiit to John 1'rown is talked uT in
Turlington, Conn., vli re he was born.
The old frigate Conynn Las at last leen ruised,
and towed to tin; Portsmouth Xavy-yard.
Colt's pistol factory at Hartford, Ct., finds it j
neces.stry to run hours p-r day to fill its orders.
The L'ni'.n pajiors in Yi:-conin are nearly
uriariiuioiis. lr negro suffrage there und at the
Mr. Jloocrt Lincoln, son of the late President,
is shortly to be married to a daughter of Secretary
The total number of National Hanks now in
orteration is 1,524, with an authorized capital of
Miss Flutter, who teased her father at an in
or.ortiiiie moment for " v.aterlull," receive'
two Jams instead.
'1 he first locomotive for the Atchison and Pike'H j
Pink Kailroad Las been received in Lawrence !
... I' !
viiv, nail-J3. j
Ki-Seitator Preston King has been appointed
collector ol tt!e port ol -.v lork, in laee 01
The Canadian debt is 75J)0O,00O an enor- j
mous burthen for the Province. Polities are j
aio eonsideiably out of joint. j
Ihe westward emigration thi- year is unpre
cedented. Over five thousand trains have passed j
.r ort Laramie din-in the season.
Lrihani Youn-' ia more 'married than any !
other man in America, and ha-s more money iu
th- Dank of England th in any other depositor.
Mrs. Co'bdrn ha?i prerented a bu?t of her late
great husband to XipIeon, and the Emperor
aays thank 3011, in an autograph note.
ft is roid that the culture of leet.s in France
furni'.hi .s more than a hundred million pounds of
sunr, lor human consuitiptioii.
During Cleneral CI rant's recent journey through
Maine, one enthusiastic old man precntcd him
with a real Havana cigar, a foot long.
A ten-year old son of Lira Elliott, of Lincoln,
Yt., has been ill a year, and recently he vomited
up a Kriped hnake IS incites long. Ire is getting
The New York Post says Urown thinks that
the paragraph about so uianv miles of the Atlan
tic cable paid out is a misprint for so many mile's
An Irishman, in Burlington, Yt., attempted to j
hang himself recently, in a drunken fit, but I
when the rope began to choke him, he yelled j
'inurther" and was rescued.
A Hah:igh editor has eecn a hale old fellow i
named Cheesemnii, who declares that lie is thn J
lather of forty-two living children ! and not one 1
ot them went into the Jlebel service.
Nearly 400,000,(100 have passed through the
Internal Kevenue 1'ureau since its organization.
and s far it has not sustaiintl th-j loss of a single j
dollar by misconduct of any of its officers. j
Sevnty tons of mail matter are daily handled j
und looked over bv the clerks in the New York
Post OiEc". The receipts in the first six months
of th-i j rcent year, it is said, were $55,'J29 52.
Stati-ties show that over 2,000 deaths resulted
in Ireat llritain last year, by the burning of
crinoline worn by ladies. It is estimated that iu
fifteen years, I0,i00 lives have been thus lost. "
3Iii.s Ile-ter Iiohin.son. late of New Dodford,
but now of New York, is probably the richest
woman in the land. ,he loots up six millions!
and is a modest, unassuming, marriageable young
The Providence " (R. I.) J,,vrnal mentions a
squash vine in that city already sixty feet long
and growing at the rate of eighteen inches a day.
Twenty-live squashes are growing thereon.
Dr. Charles M. Winship, the celebrated
'strong man," and a prominent physician of
Jioxhury, Mass., died, after a brief iUner--, of i
diptheria. The race ol life, it would seem, is not 1
always to the strong. '
The Chicago i-pufican ca'h for a trial of j
(General Lee. If convicted, he can be jurdoned. 1
But he ought not to be allowed to go at large, 1
and boast of his treason with impunity. j
AYool growing is fast becoming one of the
leading sources ! wealth in Missouri. It is be
ing fully demonstrated that this State furnishes a
fint-r field tor its production than any other local
ity in the West.
Colorado is likely to make application soon for
admission into the Union. The constitutional
convention now in session at Denver has voted
almost unanimously that it is expedient to form
a State government.
It is stated that 200,000 feet of two and three
inch plank is about to be shipped from East
Saginaw, Michigan, to Marseilles, France. It
g.es to New York via the Erie Canal, whence it
will le shipped to its destination.
The foundation stone of an institution for the
44 safe aecummodath'ii and reformation off-males
in a res-ieetaMe position in society addicted to
habits of drunkenness." was laid at hdenborough,
A new sort of stand up driuks" has been iu- j
trodticcl in Spririg'M L Mass. A bar-room U t
now oj t n wlrere nothing is sold but pure iced i
miik by the glass. The business has proved v-ry j
profitable to the proprietor, and might be intro- j
due-! elsewhere. j
Harry Leslie crowed Lis rope at Niagara last j
we;k, hut not Micces.-fuliy as ln-fore. In car- j
rving two raiis i,f watt-r, he slipj-od, caught j
tarns. If aim-'St by ft miracl . and ;eachcd the j
shore much exhausted, amid intense excitement !
on the parfof the crowd. J
For a man with one million annual income to
got binis'-lf ioto difiieulties argues talent. Prince
Esierhazv, one of the five great landlords of
Fnroiie "is under a f.narciil cloud, with debts
amounting ta ten million dollars, and executions j
tj that amount on his estate?. j
Sir H-nrv Lvtton Bulwer, now a half blind j
invalid hi France, has grown thin and wan, j
r.'-rvoits and flightv ; there i hardly anything i
left -f him but his 1 rodigioiis tio.-i. Without
sympathy for man .r woman anywhere, he is j
only ennect'd with humanity by his brain. .
Statistics of the War D-partm.nt show that j
luring the re! tell ion our armies captured over j
COO.COO prisoners --f war, be-ides paroling- about j
one hundred and t-ixty thousand more at the j
final surrender of the" different reb.l armies, j
Those records are now undergoing a complete j
compilation, and the facts devcl.'fd thereby are
of m-ach interest.
Tito enumerator of one of the election districts
in the town of Binghamton makes the following
entry in his tables : Claims to !.; lawful father of
Si children, 19 by the firt-t w ife, 11 by fecund
wife, and good profpect for more.
Emancipation in this country has incited the
Brazilians to the work of abolition. Proposi
tions for partial emancipation have been intro
duced into the Senate of the Empire, and there
is a fair prospect that they w ill become laws.
The negroes of Maryland are giving evidence
of Belf-aggrandizment truly encouraging. A
society of intelligent young colored men is pub
lishing a. paper in Baltimore, twice a month,
which is not behind the best of bi-monthlies. It
is called the Communicator.
Ali Pasha, the Sultan of Turkey, is sick and
likely to die. He is an effeminate, good-looking
Person of lis, who spends his time toying in his
harem, visiting troops, smoking and looking at
dances and rac.-s. lie does not kuuw what states
A Dutchman was relating his marvellous escape
from drowning, when thirteen of his comrades
was lo&t by the upsetting of a boat, and he alone
were saved. 44 And how did you tsrape their
fate?" asked one of his hearer?. 44 I tid not go
in to poat," was the Dutchman"? placid answer.
Tin? Crar of Russia has approved and signed a
plan tor a r cleg raj; hie line between Iiu.-sia und
America. The liu-Lm Government will co:n
jdet the line as far as Nicola jruek. Thence to
bail Francisco the Work is to be done by Amer
icans. It will be finished, it is thought, in five
The Boston Transcript say.- : Yarious reports
in the newspapers pive the impression that Alfred
Tennyson, the Laureate, is vrastin away with a
mortal uiea-e. Ilir, American publisher, Messrs.
Ticknor i Fields, have received recent letters
from him to the fleet that he in in his uiual
health. The report. to the contrary are un
founded. If the editor of any " democratic" news'oapcr
will consult Webster's Dictionary he will find
the meaning of the word democrat given as
follows : 44 One who adheres to a government by
the people, or favors the right of suffrage to all
classes of men." But the so-called 44 democrats"
go against negro suffrage.
11. w si:vi:axck,
AXJ) COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Fire-proof Store, Itobinson's Huilding,
QCEKN STREET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the new dtand. 477-ly
J. II. COLE,
- (TCCKSSOR TO A. P. KTKU KTT.)
At b! lute rouirn, Quein Street.
VV. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealfr in II akdwarf. Ccti.ert, Mrcr'sics
Touw and Ai.RierLTfHAL I.MPLkMKNTd, For Btreet. II0110
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
CORNEK FOKTaud MERCHANT St., HONOLULU. OAIIU
E. O. HALL St-SON,
Iniporti r and 1'i-aK r in Hardware, Iry Ooods, Paints, ti!. at d
irent-ral Mi-rchai.dise, corm-r of Fort and Kinjr streets 47t-ly
HONor.rLir sti:am floitu ."1ll.
F1.0IP, Uka.S and Shoki. F.ra'eby
47'j ly ti. SAV1LMJE, Proprietor.
11. iia:kfi:li At co.
U-neral Couiinission Agents, Honolulu,
O.ihu.S. I. 47S-ly
U. tuS H..I.T.
th. c. mac it
Von holt in:i:-K,
OfD-ral ComniiSiiion Merchants. Honolulu. Oahu. 3. I. 47S-ly
Dealer in Oenera Merchandise, Hi In, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruit at th shortest notice, on reanonahle teriuf.
HilU of exchange w:iut.?d. 47S-ly
ali:x. j. cAKTwiticiirr,
I'ora mission Mrrchatit and General Shipping Ageta, Honolulu
Oahu, H. I 47S-ly
JAN ION. CRKKX At CO.,
Comtnisnion Merchants Fin-Proof Ruildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1?59. 478-ly
C. H. LEWKRS. J- DU KSON.
LEWERS sz DICKSON,
Dealers in Luuiberand lluilding Matei ials.Fojt St. Honolulu.
H. Y. LUDINCTON,
(srrcfssoR T.t i. s. pkatt li co.)
Importer and Whrb-sale I'eaU-r in Wines and Spirits, and
Malt Liquors, Charlton harf, Honobilu. H. I. 473-ly
i. c. M'CASoLKS. JoH.t patt.
IVI-CANDLESS & CO.,
Dealers in v5b(hirik, Brao and GestRAt. M kkcii andisb.
N. E. corner of Fort an.l Kir.g Streets. Hoiioluiu, H. I.
GEORGE C. HOWE,
Deal -r in K-dw.-o.l nn.l N rthwest Lumber, Shingles, J)oor9.
Sash, lilinds. Nails, p .tints, .Vc., .ve &c.
A C lii Old Slnnd n I In Enpliunulf.' 4S7-Iy
" D. F. EHLERS,
Denier ii Iry tioods. J-sllliw, Art4.
4oS-lr Fort Street. Honolulu. Oahu. II. J.
C. FRED'K PFLUCER,
Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry !od, Men's Clotlii::g. Foots
and Sh .es. and Yj id. N' t fM. SiTe ou Fort Street,
nearly opposite Mc-rs. vonlb.lt Heuck. 474-ly.
A. ' s7 C R I N B A U M & CO.,
Iir.pnrt-rs mil Wh...b.-al Doab-rs in Fashionable Clethias,
Hats, C:tp, B ! and ?!..'-, and every v.iriety of Oer.t'.e
liieti's S'ii.eri..r Furui-hir.i: iI.h-1. Store, f .rr.ierly occu
pied by W. A. A'.Iri.h, Esq, in Makees Block. Queen
Street, ll'-no'.ulu. Oalal. 49t-ly
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
pK'.p Chandlers .i'id C-.inr..:ssion Merchants, dealers in (.len-ral
l.-r-ban li-e. Keep constantly on ban I a full assortment
of ui-rrhaadise; fr V.te jaj.j.ly cf Whalers and Merchant
E. P. ADAMS,
SHIP eiUM'LEP. AND JEALER GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
L A 1 1 A I N A , M AUI.
I:h and 5weet Potat.vs, with other lecruits, cor.stsntly on
hnd an 1 f.-r sale at low rates. 40-tim
a. a. p. carter
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Oithii H. I.
Jc.as. M. II. -.i.. New Y'orik.
J IXrjlirSSEWELL, E-cj.,
CiAkLrs Bp.Fu rR, K., S B js'.ou.
H. A. Pkirck. Ks-., )
Chas. Wolcott Ba ...K. Es.,. Stn Frar.c.aco.
MemH9. Wu. Prsr ir Co Hongkong.
Mrsjas. l'n k. Hi ii"i I v Co Ma'....
IU. J. MOTT SMITH,
Or5'e coruer of Fort aa 1 Hotel Street.
W. II. ItlCIIAItllS,
Kort Str-f, Honolulu. OSice over the etTice of I'r. S. Porter
K. HOi rM.VXV, ?l. !..
hyicla an.l Sareon, Makee's llbx-k, corner Queen and Kas,
hutnat'.a streets. 4TS-ly
JOHN H. PATY,
NOTARY JJ U HXjIC I
Honolulu. II. I. OiSee at the Hank of Ilisbop A: Co. 4-Cta
It. F. SNOW,
IMPOKTKR AND DKALKR IN GKNKKAL MERCHANPI3E,
IJorioIiilu, Oaliii, II. I. 478-ly
D. N'. FI.IT.VKIt,
CoDtitiuei bis old business in the Urej.roof building Kaahuma
Chrononn-lcri rated by observation of th? sun and stara
with a transit instrument iiccurately mljustea to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention i;iven to fine
Mitch repairing. Sextant hud quadrant ulaHse tilvered
and adjusted Charts nud nautical ititruiuenta coniiauUy
tin hand a:..l for sale. 47$. ly
iiAVl N. Csri.. J. . AliikKT'tS. AMOS S- CviCKE
t:sTLF. A: COOKK,
GeuerO Mcrch n.ts in the Fir-j.r..cf Stoif, Ki..j" StreH, oppo.
.it? the Seinicn'3 Cl:..pcl.
ALSO Ab'EVTS FOR
hr Jaynefi CeloiMHt.-.l F 'milv Mo.'ieis.i-,
WhrcU-r 4 Wilior.'s s'oicin Machines,
Th K.hsl 1 ?iietr Company,
The New l'o-1r,iitl Mulutl I.ite Insurance C uaptuy,
IneNe v VorK Piierux i.r.ii..- Iiisurntav Coinpatiy,
Ihe New Vork Seem it v Murino Ii.,uniico Couip.mv
W. .. iLDi'.iCH, ?. S. V7AI Kfctt,
alurich, walker & co.,
Importers and Coii.niiMSicn Mircbutits Deakrii in Oeneru' j
Merchandts.-, und A conn for the Sals of 1-l.ind prtniuce- j
Agents for the Lihue, Metealf, and Princeville Phintaticitis.
I CUCNU HOieJ.
CHUNG HOON St CO.,
Commission Merchants and irt-neral agent Agents for the
J'aukaa. and Amuitula Sugar Plantations Importer of teas
and other Chinese and t..r.-ij:n (-Kd.s and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiiau produce at the in w stone Store, Nuuauu Street,
below Kinjr. 4U5-ly
I C. WATKIIMAN CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling F'leet, by
the fiirnish'mj of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
llotie, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
M.-ssrfi. Isaac Howlasi, Jr., & Co., New lied ford
W. O. K. PoPK. Es-., do.
Mohc.an", Stosk .t Co. San Francisco.
.. V. Mkhkill & Co, do 47S-ly
MELCHERS & CO.,
IiupoFters ami i otiiiiiissioii
AOENTS for the
llAMJ-rRUtl-HnKMES FlP.K ISSCKANCB Co.VPAST,
Kaiwiki Srr.AR Plastatios,
Toukt Sikar Plastatios.
OCSTAV C. MkLrnKKS. J. I). WlCKK,
K A. ScnAKFPR,
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
V ir'.icular attention paid to the purchase anil sale of Hawaiian
1 .tferJ by permission to
R. F. ?n"r Messrs. A Id rich. Walker A Co.,
MeiMis. C. A. Williams .V Co. Messrs. C. P.rewer Co..
Messrs. Castle .t Cooke....... Mewsrs. H. Hackfeld A: Co.,
K-srs. I. C. Watermat Messrs. Wilcox, Richards i Co.
SHIP CHANDLER !
Dealer in (lateral Merchandise Island Produce,
Src, and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on band an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others. The
hihi-st price piven for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Rills of Exchange at reaonable rates
Hilo. February 3, lsol 453-ly
LUMBER S! ERCHANT !
SS NOW I R EI" A R E I) TO FURNISH mil.D-.
iug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Order from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 495-6m
j CHA9. 1. BISHOP.
'H. A ALDRtCH
BISHOP & CO., Hankers,
Office in the east corner of 44 Makce's Block," on Ksahu- j
unianu street, Honolulu.
Draw BiPs of Exchang" on
The Rank ok California. - San Francisco.
Messrs Grisnei i., Minti'rm Ac Co., New York.
44 Lm:s 4- Wai.Lf.k, - - New York,
Hf.nrt A. Pf.irck, A: Co., - Boston.
Tk' Vost N atiosai. Rank, - - Boston, Masi.
Oriental, Bank Corporation. - 'ion.lon.
Will receive deposits. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to colleeiinc. etc. 47S-ly
A 5 K X A: C; l ' W A V ,
K.W'AUIAE. HA WAIT.
Will con'.in-.ie the O. nera Merchandise and Shippinfr biismes.
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnieh the
just'y celebrat'-d Kawaihae "potatoes, and such other re
emits as are requirec" by whale ships at the shortest notice
and on the nif.t reasonable terms. 475-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
) I I .
WINES, S PI HITS.
L E and POUTER
HONOLULU, H. I.,
K.r.i street, oj p rite the Bt!-1.
J. R. PRICE. Manner.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
UOIFT I). 3ior;an.
Choicest Meats fr'tn fit. est herds. Pou'.try, Fish, Vegetables,
4s., furnislie 1 to ordtr. 455-ly
D U FFI N S MAR K ET,
Win. WILSON, Proprietor.
KING STREET. HONOI.CLU. 47&-ly
Have eTiist Keceivcd
DEXMS UIir.MtliH' AM) ALBERM!
LEST ENOLISII FIRE BRICKS,
Very Superior RED BRICKS,
And 200 M SHINGLES.
Which they mil Sell now ON THE WIlARi
ct Vt-ri Modirafe Ratrx.
i2 Ju. J MOV, GREEN" & Co.
II0.(lllLl SUGAR HEMEIil
Sl'fSAK AM) MOLASSES FROM THIS
es:at'ii!.tin'iit for Bale in quantities to sun juir.-ha'r ty
4s0-r.m ALDIIICII. WAlIvKU .t CO.
Suii stud iflolsiNKCN,
ItOM TIIF. AHOVK PLANTATION FOR
sa!e in quantities to suit by
4'Jl-am ALDRICH, WALKER i Co.
Sugar & Molasses !
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
HVE -i3L XT X !
For sale by (4s5-Cm) C. UREWER & CO
it 111 1 vrrirr
U .1 lid 11
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CHOP f 1SI5.
VOU fOMlX IN.
For Sfde by
C. ItHF.WKH . CO.
HAIWIHI PLANTATION !
7V"OW COMING IN AM) FOR SALE IX
quantities to f Hit, by
iSl-Om ' MELCHERS At CO.
Wnikapii Plantation !
H. C0RNWELL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
fROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
OEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Sugar and Molasses!
KOIIAIA SUGAR CO.
WTIOR SALE IN Q.UA XTITIES TO SUIT EV
V 4S5-otn CASTLE & COOKE.
To Produce Dealers,
Hides, Coal Skins,
Old CompoMHon, Old Topper
Tallow, Old Iron,
OUGHT AT TIIF HIGHEST MARKET
C. II HEWER ir Co..
l 6f Co..
N. It. Consignments from the other islanda will have prompt
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
OOR SALE BY
8isr unci HEohisses,
171ROM TH E ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
" cnte in q-iant:ties to suit by
401-Sra ALDRICII, WALKER & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Lihuc Plantation !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
490-Sm ALDRICII, WALKER .V CO.
Sugar and Molasses
CROP NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
in nuantities to suit purchasers by
45i.3u ALDRICII, WALKER k CO.
Sugar & Molasses !
0MI K A PLAATATIO.V.
ROP NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
in miHntitiei to suit purchasers by
4SU-3m ALUKK.ll, WAUWl .V C'J.
S. C. WILDER, PROPKICTOH.
0 G. WILDER. HA VING BOUGHT THE
reraair.ir.g in:er.-s: in the above Plantation, wiil carry on
the business is Lefore. General Afienn
ALDRICII, WALKER 4 Co.,
SUGAR & .MOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
43i Sea AT-DRICR. WALKER & Co
Will I h i
11 i!M ill
Sugar and Molasse.
FROM METfALF PLANTATION !
CROP COMING IX AM) FOR SAI.K IN
quaulitiei' to suit purchasers by
490-Uin ALDRICH. WALKER A CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAH UNA !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALF. IN
quantities to suit purchasers bv
4d0-au ALOKICH, WAI.KKU i CO.
1 1 a w a iEt iv k ic: 1 : r
flHF. rDERSIf!X F.I ACKXT Ml' TIIF
J Pl'NALUU KICK PLANTATION, 19 iu receipt ol
NEW HAWAIIAN RICE!
T'lrect from the Kice Mid, which irdl be fold lu quaiitities to
4SH-am II. W. SEVERANCE.
HONOLULU j&OAP WORKS!
riUii: i'ROl-RIF.TOR OF TIIF. AllOV fc
j Works U prepared to supply bis customer, and the puh-
I l!c in general, with the best quolity V KIIjOV SO A I.
SOFT SOAP nliY-ir on linml.
Tn c 11 ion ku-iT Phk'k rAin .ik Soap Orrask. 4SH-ly
HAVING THE SOLE CONTRACT FOR
the Hale of the Products of these Two
(!i:ij;bi:ah:i) uairii:s :
1 have now a continuous supply and am felling at
tVT' OentH per Ininl I
A. I). CART WRIGHT.
FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED 8TORF7, 1
ODD FELLOWS HALL.
I'. I . I! II II 1 1! IIS (U II.
Commission Merchants !
F1KE PR00F BUILDING, QUEEN ST.
II AVI? Oi 1IAAI
A Complete Assortment of
MERCHANT and WHALESHIPS
Consisting in part of
AMERICAN BEEF AND PORK
J. New Bedford Pilot Bread, Bomb Unices
Whale Boa t8 and Whalin Craft
NEW AND OLD OIL SIIOOKS !
AMERICAN FLOUR IN CASKS, HAWAIIAN FLOUR.
Hemp and Cotton Bails, Plops,
Hemp and Manila Cordage, idl
Coarpo rind. Dair' Salt I
SUPEItlOR CAL. SALTED SALMON.
Sclioouer Lit u aches and
HOOP IRON. SPERM CANDLES.
Eastern Suai' 8hooks !
LACK A WAN A COAL.
A Small Lot of Choice Chile Whito Beans.
OATS AND POTATOES.
JUST RECEIVED AM) F0K SALE
IOIjA1M ! "
twenty gr0s3 perry davis & son's
IMIA KILLIii: !
OTE CARHIAG JT. !
Manufactured by Geo. L. Brownell, New BeJford.
A SMALL INVOICE OF
Lewis' Patent Calendar Ac Marine ClocAs.
Captains iaiting this port will find it to tbeir
advantage to call upon us before purchasing
Money advanced to whaleebips and Exchange l iken
on all parts of the world, for wbich tha
beet market rates will be allowed.
10,000 Old lYcwspapcavs
SUITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER.
I.or.V.echeP by the 100 or 1000.