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PI IILIHIIED WKKKI.V HV
IIENRV M. W JIITXKV.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FEBRUARY 3, lSGli.
SIX DOLLARS I'KU AXNUM.
VOl,. X. No. .11. WIIOLK .. jOU
ill , .jj, x
ZZf TL; fullering is the LusiuK-.- cinular of j
the Ii'.u-o of Chas. W. Urooks A; .'o., a-nts in '
Sari r'r.incic' of tli. Hawaiian I'u k t Lin-, i
pn-f. ire'l f.r nu lrvjirl.l ,y tl: s-t-.'atu'T Ajax.
Its interesting Miutniary of conirur.i;il anJ utliC-r
n'w-, must Le our ajjloy for invrrtin it en
tire. It will le r-al with much interest 1j all.
S.n Fk aj.cio, Cal , Jn. 5fh. ISO.
GtNTtf MK.v : The past ya.ir. murkeJ y tentfu!
cb itiRt', hfa tktnll varying a?ptct-, atTurk-J const dut
jrcpority to C i'ifjriii., croMbiuj; ith f-ir reiurts
a!l well cotiJucttil an I legitimate enterprise. Winter
La i proel utiuau illy p'e-.umui free from rain thus
fir, cfttinu tfilv cA I. with light, lry N. E. wimls
un f.ivur ihle tu egef tle growth. ShouM cjiou9
8hiirs row ensue, yieMing cur vallej9 their aecua
tomt'il ri'jiiirtn;f nts, incoriiiiig crupa may loe uothin
rrntfi a ret at feeIlt ueces-at ily iniff'SeJ upon all
egctatun. LitBcuIties of iqIiikI trun.sporration,
gcner-i'Ij render tral; JuII after our ruiuy season
.Mining prospect t continue gool; heavy snows in
the interior f.rofni.-.e aturnl mt sufiplii-s from moun
tain r?H.'roir!, whence luirifcrr liok fir water, neces-H-iry
to release the grM they Iibor fjr. Uncertain
anJ tltpressiag fluctuations in mining t-tocks clearly
revt al how in iIequ ate are corporations to develop
successfully our mintrral wealth, although apparent
ly inexhaustible ti iti'liti-luil enterprise, which
yie? Ji constantly its tealy stream into the lap of
this gret co mopolitan uietropolid a!l future iner
canliie centre of Western America.
New aiiJ important nianufuctures have been in
troAluceJ. tiniuy elegant public anl private structures
hrve been erecte l in our city, and improvements of
all kinds hate advanced beyond the precedent of
farmer years. A recent canvass returns the pcpul i,
tion of Sen Francisco at persons. Our
Pacific Riiiroad, pu.hir.g npidly forward, both
ea.-tward ami westward, may nearly approach com
pletion within tliree ye-ir, while the nn;st sanguine
think it may, iu tw year-, be open hence to Salt
American financiers generally favor a sy.sfcm of
gradual but constant contraction in currency, tend
ing to the resumption of a specie basis by Govern merit,
and ultimately replacing business throughout the
country on this fame sound, reliable footing. Con
gress will doubtless revise the present revenue system,
adjusting and diminishing taxation, as far as po.-sible,
within the requirements of our national exchequer,
l'rtces of all commodities rule high throughout our
eastern cities, where almost prodigal extravagance
and lavish expenditure prevail to nn extent before
u nk now u. Money appears abundant, although large
amounts of northern capital are being directed to
reclaiinitjg southern States from the effects of the
past rebellion. Slavery exists no longer within the
United States, having been abolished by oflioial pro
clamation after. a majority of States r-tifid this
amendment to out Consiiiuilou. the President's
M9age has been received throughout the country
with the universal approbation of all parties. The
cart, nal dtbt of the United States, January 1st,
ISSGO. reported by telegraph, amounted to 2,807,-SIO,317.y'-,
on which the annual interest is about
The Annual Report of the United States Postmaster-General,
presented at the recent opening of
Congress, briefly sets forth the Conditions of service
over the principal ocean routes, from which we
make the following extract :
" Th' contract for thr mail arvic: to J.tj'nii and fliina was
awirilr.l, oil l?r 'JHth of AuL'UMt l:Kt. to tl.; i'arii'iC M.il .sttani-
hi iuiaiiy. ! i-I for tle r.iairr.I siTvioe (:it tlie iiici
of jiiW.0n l-r tre r.'iwi'l trip r niitium. It-tr:n .iu
FrnuciMo arid IIonLoni;, touchiiijr on t! e outward ami home
vtril ;iat' r. t tiiti'l anil rfCeivf in oN, at tlie rt of Ilono
lulu iti the ll.iwuiian ll.ui.!.-i. anl at th? I-ort of K in i.' i.!, in
J.if 'i.) wa thf only on rrtrriv-.I uii.lt r trie ailv. rtiisi- iit
of tin .li'i'.-iitiii-nt invitin prM.4.ils f'r th service. The
"rmi:if)jr art t" I'uiM f-ur tirsl o'as s":-K"''- tem!ii'i of
in 3,.'.i;ii t. 4.iia tun-t url.-n each, poveriinsent rnea.un-irieiit.
ami coniueti lt ervic-t on T b -fure the first January, 1S67."
Mr. Steers is building at Green Point, New York
City, a large id;-wheel steamship for the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company, one of the vessels for the
Chin mad route, and s at 1 ta be the largest wooden
uteam-hip ever built; 5,01)0 tius burthen, ?.C5 feet
long. i broad, SI feet depth of hold, constructed of
the best material, and will Cost 5 1,000.000. This
Company ire pushing forward arraugemeuis rapidly
as possible, and will soon atTird mo-t regular and
efficient rvisseneer and mail facilities. They will
positively touch at Honolulu both going and return -
lair and are likely to become the great medium of i
, . -I
travel. . ,, , ,
The arrangements of vessels, suited for a successful
line, are rot mature.1 in a day, ana it is only t.y
gradually perfecting details that such can be run to
acceptably supply the Island wants. Should the
Ciliforni Steam Navigation Company feel satisfied
cf their ability to obtain a monopoly of this carrying
trade, they will dcubtless continue to run, for a long
time at a considerable loss. Report says the .Ijax,
on her initial voyage, will be pressed to her utmost
speed, in expectation of reaching Honolulu iu a little
over seven days, at.d returning arrive in nine days
passage. The run between San Francisco and Hono
lulu has already been performed, by steamers 37
'25 trips down and ll! trips up in an aggre
gate of 501 days, 15 hours, averaging about 15
The inaugural trip of this second attempt t run
t ei in 1 ropellers betweeu Sin Francisco and Hono
lulu cannot but be hailed by aU as one onward step
toward an ultimate steam girdle around the world.
Tim? will reveal what success can atteud such an
undertaking, and while views curreutly advance!
ora various 111 thp extreme- the fact is. however
patent, that increased
facilities stimulate business, j
s for growth exists. The
where a sufficient basis
propellers J'tylon.t and Polynesian formed the nrst
ftearu line between our ports. This present enter
prise, however we!I managed, like the former one, 1
cannot but entail serious loss, duriDg its incipiency,
upon its enterprisiug projectors. As conveniences j
c f travel multiply and cheapen, the progress of cities j
is materially 1 tlecfed, each opening avenue of trade j
attracts commercial capital into new channels, and j
Hawaiian interests may reach larger development ;
with each increasing facility, permanently afforded, j
between the steamer aud the packet lines we look j
f.r no spirit of opposition; each may enjoy its special ;
custom, and only that .healthy competition ensue
which should result beneficially, by developing j
and alvancing all interests involved. It is to be
bored sufficient encouragement may spring up to 1
rro5tably sustain this steamer independent of that 1
now extended to sailing packets, for, should steamers j
obtain a tuouopoly. a strong company might advance j
and control rates, dropping them only at intervals, 1
Bufficiently to crush out any attempt at competition, j
as the history of steam navigation iu this rsaie tuny j
Receipts of Hawaiian produce have, of late, been
light, and sales consequently limited. Our market
rules as follows, viz :
... , . . ;n. .1....,.,, 1 1
M i;.B. f i'n;s ketiin w - -" ,
.Ilmiaishnl during winter months, nt which wn Suvar is t
to a.-cunmlte. Quantity here an.l at hand fully .t;ial vt
r-iuiremei. Is. but. firmly held, and ricti wvll ustainml.
r . . I . 1 t .
at t.ns season, manuiacxure n.i'-.oi. junnaa u(
e. .. ..., ,rt, t f..r t..w L'ra.ie su-ar su. table f .r ri tia-
in" by increase: couiKtition am nr purchasers. In view t f
su'.Viies c-uiin? forward, it is not diiUcult V su-taui our mar-Lt-t
ye: brin? sensitive, a decline is easily effected nnd an
ad vane- n'y ihhshd v lalxT and J"'"1 MaiisfenK-i.t in
;primr an I buo.aer trade, when they h ive nereioi t.? ik.-h una
Me to".jppJy the existing demand. The c-tabii.-liment in on
city tf s:i!l another sugar refinery, now rapidly advancini
.-. t i- .Tr,-!..tii.n. ma v assist in Kivinr future streiieth ar
I.'!- -).il of r.arctls at hai.l. Ar.y disi!ioti to prt s p-!-C.'.:i
t, it Qiurket :tlartji I.uy-r-f, wf,. arc j.roverlWaKy tiniil
!. n volnui'-- of ar,v htKc r -h our r:irk"t iu a l-Jy,
r .t tr.t'lf1-:t.ii1.-4 rhr-ck-I ii Cotiiiu.-ncv, unlil J-al. r arrr
re-ur-il. M'lra:': U-jl:-- r-vriVe.1 ja:-(.'y are aiorl-l,
l--a. 1 1- a r.rm ui.r t, alol.- Lire-; c.r,t'- hrriviii(- at fne ti:ue
8eriou-:y w.-i. ri ri'.r?, r-iiirriri sa!n di:rjcu!t troui a lirsilan
cy i: buyrr. !, .;irL-L.ie , irn.ly, f-:.rfal tht X-ni i'icey of
l.i rf Clt: iu:y. uti-iu-ii!ly . r'--.i at Ui prices. Kx
tr No. 1, llicfclH, No. 1 Cane. lo:ailc. Medium No. a
Krad-r-, S. Ztl:. rd;tiary M..ia-.! sur. tidtttCi dark in
nati. y'.-ra,f-.. It n pratifyii.e to mil rt ttie stti-f:wt..ry
r-su l wt.ii.h havM irenrally altendvd the tuar int.-Ttt of the
Il.tijiN diiniiK the pa-t year, .1. I a n.att. r id conpralulalioti
thai HjW4.mii iiar have reached the highest value on our
list of itiii- rt-t Kr.-m oilicial r-turns at our Cu-tom llou..- we
father ttie fhoirirjf.' suaunary of wi.ihl an 1 value of suan
iiurted into San Francisco daring the year IsCj, receipt! cf
wl.ii li were divided as follows :
Hawaiian Island lb !Ji JSOJ.CIT
Marola 14.4', 14 Wi.biO
I'- ru 2UJ-J0.1U1 ao-J 2ii
dona a.aT'i.io-j iia.ri
C-ntral Aia-rican Republics. . . H i,'.Hju al.ToO
liutch st Indies 4oo.9o4 li.'JiU
Cul.a ili.toi 6.y;o
Itritiij Kust Indies 14T.10d fi.OT'J
Uamhur 54.S0S 4.ol7
New Orenada aJ,ss5 Uli
Mexico a.hO'i aei
Its w4.9a'i.40J $l,s,Z
All the foregoing consist of raw Sugars, excepting one hd of
Dutch reCn-d from Jl.i:nl.ur;.
Cokfkk. Kates Iiave aain advance.1 in vi-w of linht strx-ks,
h re and atlo.it; present .-s lip'ht. Out iiicr-a-ed finnn- ss wilt
rultwiih improve.! d-niHn.l, (ireen Ui , 20c'Zt'2C1c. Manila
a5c&-263e: Costa Kica. aoJefttaTic; Java (Old Uov'l) 30c;
Il.ia'a.ian Koiia. 25c'i;27c.
lt! K. Hawaiian in limited quantities, suita'.ie for city trade,
i" K'""' demand nt l' fa loic Any larger amount arriving at
one t:inf would materially lowe quotations and becom- un
aleat.Se. except at rates current for ordinary varieties. Het
lu ihiy l'..tn and l'.atavia No. 1, in all respects equal to Ila
aaiifi r.r tah'.e ns-. is j .l.hiiii; at "Je-Zfv; the latter sustains
her- a lusher value only as a suh.-titute fir Carulina, I.jujj and
favorably known, of which our market is at pr-seiit bare of
l.H in order. K'.-ntly HO barrels Carolina, damaged by
weevils. s..ld at 7c. With onlinary varieti-s we are well sup
plied. Chir.'t No. 1 coii,iii:m.U 7-Jc; IVruviau uncleaueil, 7c.
ai.t. shipments of Hawaiian, once frequently made to our
market, have ceael the pa-t year; our principal supplies are
i.our drawn fioin home pr.lucti..ns, or unporled from Canuon
Island; coarse selling at ;12 r tori.
I'l'Ll . In fair supply ; controlled by a coiubin.ttioii of dealers,
who sustain l.i-.'h figures, largely restricting; consumpti 'ii, a
cnurse.which, persisted in. will drive it from ue. W hen at a
fiure to compete suii-e-.sfully with other Ix.ldin material.
lare quantities work otr readily; nominal 12ic14c. but not
g.-i.eraiiy t ir-rinif. It-cent mi; . ri iti' ii limltil.
K; N-.is. Iite receipts w.-re reaiiily placed at 17Je lb- A
lot of v;:mI sacks rireiitiy rhanje I haiids at this figure.
TjHIo".. AliBim kil.t ami .-run II lle.-l Kooa Tapio-M in
tins, j .t.hiii' 7c(S'Sc I,, t.-tft sales Hawaiian Arrowrihit,
v lh- Itec.-ipls of r!t.ircli h v.j Iwen limited: now nominal
at 10c Jb.
Ju kkt 1'orAfoi .--Froin Carolina Seed, rai-f 1 here, 2c'2'2c.
Ordinary varieties in laor- parcels, lcrntljc -f Jh.
OuiNoKS. lion in boxes wanted, at ;5'i40 M; 2S1 boxes
8oM from ship ex Smyrniute within ranee of 2ii.W2l. Mexi
can command 35. while the cairo ixflarrift li-iwr, from
Tahi:i. recently sold at 25, now jobbing at $'M. I.os Anelos,
UiMoSS and l.iu K-i. California lemons. $0010 M.
Malaga in box s, J.SO. Itest Messina, $od tj .M. L ines,
arcordiiii" to j is an.l condition. Mrait lots as received. In
M; when selttted J0 M-
UtNANls ami CocoAXTTS. tloo.1 bunches of the former,
when uierchantabl -, 1 5J.'i"J2 5J each. The latter sell from
ship as r-eeived nt 0 100; selected with milk, 10; those
1'kam'TS. ?hipments of Hawaiian at hand, re.nlily taken at
full rates and in favor, (flotations durirv the year have
ranged from S.;13c, according to lalily, closing firm at latter
lts. I'olar. crude, dull at 7535c. California tViat
$175. I'ocoauut, $1; in moderate lots for lion. e consumption,
when placed fjr exjairt in quantity. Coi-tTnc irall. We have
the following ficur-s a the reporte.l results of the Northern
whaling tleet f r 1S5; Arrivals at San Francisco, 20 vessels,
ll.o2' bbls od. 114.0IW S bone. At Honolulu, 4S Vessels,
3rt.;.')0 t.bls oil, 4'13,10'J lbs Ume. Total, OS Vessels, 47,U7J bbls
oil. 012.1WI lbs Ikiiic.
CuTTox. lteipts of Ilawa'.i iu Sa Island, at hand, have
been forwarded to I5o-ton, a'id proved urf-rior in quality aud
staple. W e trust such i-iicour trem,-nt m iy be renb.- .l us to
1 ir-.o ly increase this production. Already the Oakland Cotton
Mannf tctur.iii( Company our city have bales of sheetings
and dri'.N iu market, and look to Mexico, Japan, China, the
Ssn-iety and Hawaiian Islands, as well as the southern ijitiou
f.f our ttate, f-T raw material to feed their loouis. 4oO bales
Tahiiiati S-a Inland, recently elog.-d in Kurop-, M thread iiianu
facinrers, is reported netting plauters four shillmcs sterliiii? Jer
Kx HAMiK Purchasers furnishmi; stamps; on K astern cities,
at Slight payabl-- in (j"I.I coin, U el. prem; payable in curren
cy, :!'a 70e. Telegraphic transfers in pold. 'iVd-l I ct. prem.,
BC.-or.liii-' to amount. Whalemen's jrold drafts, with city eu-d..r-eineiit.
at 5i10 ilays' si-.-ht. par to 1 percent, discount.
Krench ;.iv. rnnient bills at 15("3 day. Sf to a dollar; sterling,
Ct) d iys si'!it on Iiidon; banker's bills 4?d; t.'ommrcial
Credits. AM; l'ooiimentary bills 4'Jd. On China, nominal,
5-.'i7 ? ct. prem. Mexican dollar.-. 74iS' ct. prem.
hlxMSi lAL. Money abundant and easy for legitimate buiness;
c ip.tal i S--r'.t' readily absorbed by appruved cdy iu sliiients;
rates at bank ranee from l.ffil J -.r ct. on first class collaterals,
Considerably hiirleron outside loans. Li-? ll Tender Notes, sel
lii2 C'.)!. 7u. In New York to-ilay ;rMd closed at 1415. and ster
I'n? A'V tol l lo'.. No bkelihol exists of any rep ul of our
tp-cinc Contract Law, which all parties now favor sust liniuir,
and our community looks forward with confidence to a prosper
ous year. 1 he settlement f this question naturally releases a
lar't amount of c tpit.il, eiiher d rniant tr held iu abeyance to
the action of our present l-islaturir.
FKHcitrs. Kates, both roreMn and coastwise, are well sus
tained, and tonnage seekimr empioynient very limited. To
New York and Ho-ton, $15 t- ton weight; Meas't. Jl-'iTjU;
tl:l. 7. ,' S. : Hone. lC. To Tahiti. 510. To Honolulu, $0. To
Shang'.a.N ?10. To Japan, 12. American M.ttoms n-.wr ta
prf-rence over f ireitfii tlai:. The puldishd li.-t of Ain.-rir
v.---f!. dvtr.'y.d ly privateer during the recent rl-lli.ii el
,r.ices 4 .-amer. 7s hips. 82 har.jue. 43 i.riirs and
schooners, in ad 275 vessels, apcrecat in aiui l.ooo.oou ions.
Kroni the nffici d records of Oreat Hritain and the Chited
States we extract the followiriK table f the relative tonnaee cf
the t a.j countries from the years ls-lD to lOi, inclusive. The
accuracy uf tliis record is aceiedite.l :
. ..... 4.(357. 73S
1 v;j. .
Vessels likely to touch at Honolulu, now uuler
dispatch are as follows : For Hongkong. Jan. 15,
Ilrpmen shin Libelle : Jan. 16. Italian ship 7Vresr.
yor jmil)j;uiet jaa. 10, Am. brig ILiilie Jackson,
For iionolulu, Jan. Cth. the Am. propellor .Ijnx,
I, obi tons register, and Am. barque Onward about
We learn that Mr. Synge, lately British Censul
General at Honolulu, has been appointed to Havana,
succeeding Mr. Hunch, now Charge d' Aflaires to
Central America. Gen. Van Valkenburg has been
nominated to Congress by President Johnson a
United States Minister Resident to Japan, t f'ce Gen.
Robt. II. Pruyn, resigned.
In general merchandise our principal staples are
held with firmness; in ali desctiptiotis of Kastern
g jods our market is more lightly stocked than during
any period for many years past. Importers contend
prices must rule higher, for although articles at
ban 1 comman.1 a profit on invoice cost, they are yet
materially below fiTurcs at which they could be
Pen7.li;ed by subseouent shipment. The present
wet. bi,wW.s more animation. Until recently dealers
,.ive purchased sparingly in view of characteristic
jai;llt.S3 incident to close of the year, generally de-
a;r; to complete their annual balances before re-
p:ejyU:np stocks or entering into new engagements
All varieties of erain and home produce, crop oi
r- . . m i
ISCi. are nbun.lant, yet the high ruling of wheat j
greatly limits any export demand, and tlour naturally j
nnual statistics vist closed vaiue cur m
H.iwai;:in Islands, in morchan disc, , Oo,li juxj, ana
treasure, .44,950, whiie o02 passengers have sailed
and 547 passengers arrived from Honolulu, includ
ing alults, children and Consular men the latter
This sum was realized in January le5, when prices were
hi 'li. Some 20 O poun Is of Hawaiian cf.cn sold in lioston at
Hi"-s me date for even a t.icher price, but it has since fallen,
and last ealea in New York of pure sVa Island cotton, are
quoted at 021395 cts. in currency equal to 45'ii'oO cts. in
Knld, he f. iuier -in N'low c.t Kr. AI'Vj
returnel on Government account, being mostly
whalemen in distress from vessels burned by the
Chas. W. Brooks & Co.
S. January Cth. Since closing the above,
we learn the sailing of the --Ty'itx for Honolulu has
been postponed to Saturday, January 13:h.
W. II. KICIIAKDS,
Kort Street, Honolulu. Oflice over the Office of Dr. S. Porter
DR. J. MOTT SMITH,
OIEce corner oj Fort ami Hotel Streets.
K. HOFFMANN, M. I.,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's lilock, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 475-ly
JOHN H. PATY
Honolulu, II. I. Office at the Hank of HUhon A: Co. 4S3 6in
1. S. WALK UK, S. C. ALLfcX.
WALKER, ALLEN & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants liealers in lo neral
Merchandise, an 1 Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents for the I.ihuc, Metcalf, and 1'rinceville Plantations.
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
ship Chandlers and Comiiiission Merchants, dealers in general
.Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of mercha.idi.se, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
Iealer in tleneral Merchandise, lire-proof store corner of Ka
ahiim.inu an.l Oaeen streets, opposite Makee's It lock.
Also. Retail establishment on Nuuanu street, above Kinjr.
X:r Island l'rmluce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 4;l-ly
CllCNU HoOS. VOINO SHKONG
CHUNG HOON & CO.,
Commission Merchants and general a.-'ents Agents for the
1'aukaa and Amauulu Su'ar I'lantations Importers of teas
and other Chinese and foreign cools aud wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian pnsluce at the new Stone Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. 405-ly
I. N. FlilTNKK,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building Kaahuina
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular intention iiiven to tine
watch repiiiiii).'. Sextant ami quadrant glasses silvered
ami adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 47S-ly
II N II I T .-4 O IV
ALE and HOllTER
1 :. U ATKIl.MAX 4i CO.,
C O M MISS IOy MFHC II A N TS.
Hone, Uviieral Merchaiulise, aud the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howla.xp, Jr., ii Co., New lledford
W. i. K. l'oi'E, Ksq., d.
Mokoan", Stosk Co. San Francisco.
J. C. Mkkhill & Co, do 473-ly
VHKllMAS fKCK. H. A. P. CARTKR
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu. Ollllll. II. I.
Ot Hie IJostou mill llomiliilii I'aieltet fiur.
For llit- MuKr-, Wiiiliiltii A- liana IMu ntalioiiM
For the I'iiii liiisciiiiil Sulcof IhIuikI l'roiliirc.
John M. Hood, Ksq ....Xew York.
Chas. IIkkwkk, ii Co I Boston.
J AMES III NSKtt ill, r.sq. y
J. C. Mhhkii i. .c Co. f
It. H. Swiis ."c Co. .
ClIAS. Wol.COTr KltOoKS. Ksq.
, .San Francisco.
is NOW l'Ili:i'.IlKI)T() FURNISH KVlir
inj Material of every description at the lowest Warke1
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 435-6m
E I A IV A 1 1 A A" EA C Ei SiT 1. 1 A .13
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
FORT J. A Nil, OR FC O N.
A-JT5C FIRST CLASS CI.IIM'KR PACKETS
.5-4 iii tin line will Is; dispatched regularly for the
y jSo.-tlv-?' above ports.
Have sulerior cabin and steerage accommmlaiions fitted
up expressly for the comfort and convenience oi passencers.
l'asetiers and freight taken at the lowest current rates.
WALKER, ALLEX & Co.
Virfiits of tlie Iine
Messrs. CHAS. W. HRO0KS i Co.. San Francisco.
4oMy M CRACK EX, MERRILL & Co., Portland.
Sailor's Iioiur Cellar to be Let
FOR STOll A(i K .
riMIECKLLAK AT THF HOMEmLARCE,
9 1RY an.l Ci.XVEXlEXT.
For terms applv to
500-oin MR- MILLER. Manat;er.
Tsix: l1oBBccior police !
District of Honolulu, Kona, Oalm.
riitl E OFFICE FOR THF COLLECTION'
of TAXES iu the above di-trict will be openeil every
XV FI EVP V and NlTC R O A V from this date at
the ROJli SL PEIH ISOIVS OFFICE. " Aienui," Marine
Street, opposite the Honolulu Iron Works.
iEO. H. LUCE. Tax Collector. Kona. '
Xoveiner 11th. 165. 404 3:n I
MiST&zTliXC PAINT ! '
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
f 1 1 A T I XV A Ll" A It L K. I F R A li LE, F L EX
JL il-le. pre-ervin. a:iti corrosive
For Coolers, It M. rs. R.n-fs. Steam Engines, Cast Tlows, Houses,
Fei:c s. Schooners, Steamers,
A XU ALL OTHER IRON" or WOOD WORK.
For Sale bv
5o.jCn " C. 15 RE vVER & Co.
For Sugar Boilers.
4 FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
Y-.T Sale by
C. KUKWEH & Co.
SE W 1 ii M Will X K S .
A FKW.MdllF.nf tin- XV 1 1,1 il A .MS Ai OR.
Vis" plaiu. inexpensive, simple and effective
S i:VI.NC MACHINES
Will d nny kind of work, strong stich. nr. 1 not liable to get
out id order.
37 rico $3S.
r.f.O ?.m F r Sate bv C. I1UKWEK .i Co
rMIE I'MIEKSIG.VEI) IIAX'E ItEEN AU-
JL thorized to issue
nj'ii'e Policies !
Stores, Dwelling Houses, Furniture and
(Joods in Stores,
IX HONOLULU AX I) VICI.X1TY.
Losses adjusted and" paiJ here by U3 iu U. S. golJ coin.
For rates of l'remiuuis and particulars npplv to
4yi ilia 11. HACKFELD i Co., agents.
Board oi' Undcnvr iters
rIIE CXDERSIGXEI) HAVING BEEN
m appointed aifents for the San Francisco Hoard of I nder
The alifornia Insurance Company,
The Merchants Mutual .Marine Insurance,
The Pacific Insurance Company,
The California Lloyds, and
The Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Hecr leave to inform Masters of Vessels ami the public pener
ally that all losses sustained on VESSELS and CARUOES,
insured by either of the above Companies against perils of the
seas and other risks, at or near the Sandwich Islands, w ill have
to l e verified by them.
4J.4-3U1 II. HACKFELD A: Co.
JOXATHAX I1CXT, President. A. J. RALSTCX, Secretary.
I C I 1? I o
CAPITAL STOCK, $750,000,
4r 3 G Cali To I'nia, Street,
riMMSCOMI'ANV XVII. 1. TAKE MARINE
fi RISKS OX
Cargo, Commissions and Profits !
In vessels rutins? not lower than A 2, either in the Foreign
or 1 ii irr-Iln ml Trnrir.cn favorable terms and the
undersigned are the authorized agents of the Company for
For rates of premium, Jkc., C, apply to
4'Ja-om 151S110P & Co., Agents.
it i nr. m . k & rr
Ill.lL I.liU ll.Lll Li
riMIE CNDERSIGNEI) HAVING II E EN
."MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
Cursor) Frriylit nuri. Trrnmirr.
4S4-ly AVALKER, ALLEX ti CO.
rftllE CNDERSIGNEl) AGENTS OK THE
above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
CARCO, FRFICIIT and T R H A SF R K.
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
471-ly II. HACKFELD 4r CO.
rfMIE FNDERSHJNEO HAVING It EEN
K aj)poiiited A Kent s for the above company, bep leave to
"nform the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A R I N E 1 N S L" R A N' C E I'OLICIE S
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1SC2. 464-ly
II A M n 11 R (3 1 1 - R R K 31 1 ' N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rgMIE UNDERSIGNED, Apentsof the above Com
M. pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS tc CO.
. llono.ulu Oct. 11. lSo 473-ly
THE RRITISII AM) FOREIC3N
3MRLE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
X. B. This Company takes rii'ks on giiods only and not on
vessels. 432 Cm
fBIIE FNOERSIGNED. AGENTS FOR THE
M aove Company, have recently received instrui-tions to re
duce the Rate of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies r.n more favorable terms than heretofore.
K:ka taken on Buildings, Machinery, &c. on Sugar Vlanta
i(Ilv. JAXIOX, GREEN Co.,
ENI"INESEA ISLAND COTTONSEED,
Ju;.t Received from BE A I" FORT, S. C, and fcr tale at
c. C, and tcr tate
II. M. AVIIITXEY
cost ce, ." Criit ior l'ou ml.
Heavy White, Scarlet and Illue Blanket?.
74 anJ 92 inches.
OR SALE ltV
C. BREWER & Co.
Anchors and Cables.
IRON STOCK ANCHORS. 700, S00, 900, 1000,
1100. 1300 pounds.
CHAIN CABLES, I and 5 inch.
For Sale bv
o00-3m C. BREWER i: Co.
ED AND GREEN LIGHTS.
For Sale by
oo0-2m . C BREWER .v Co.
cooIj!-:ks, c mi,.:s:s :
QQQ ,,ON COOLERS, 7 FEET ItY
PRICE, 3- F.ACII.
For tale by
C. BREWER i: Co.
HONOLULU, Jam-art lt, 1S0S.
rflHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered into co-pirt;i; r?l:ip f. r the transaction of a Gen
er..l Mercantile Business un.br the f5nu name and style of
A foil and Achuck.
r,o2 4t athi ck.
DUFFIN'S MARKET, .
Win. WILSON, Froprietor.
A'.VG STREET. llOXOLULU. 475-ly
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Kinft Street, opposite the Bethel.
4s7-ly J. R. PRICE, Manager.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
ROIFT 1. MORGAN.
Choiceit Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vcgetublea,
6rC., furnished to order. 455-ly
h r . ii. cV ..si:-i:i,ki:. ,
Tinsmiths and l'itinibers,
Xuuanu Street, near the H'harf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always on hand. Jobbing of all kinds attended to. 605-ly
Boot and Shoe maker, c&i
Has removed to the North side of Nuuanu St., Vta.
alxive Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. 497-ly
V . FISCHER,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the
Drug Store of J. Mott Smith 4- Co. 47-ly
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lowers it Dickson's office ; Workshop at the old
Stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 475-ly
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of fine
Broadcloth, Cassiuiercs aud Buckskin, Nuuanu St., below
King St. 400-ly
BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. 478-ly
J. II. W1CKE,
ALAKKA STRKKT BELOW TIIK THKATHK.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 4C2-ly
i. i. if ucjirKS,
V 1 M IM RT E R I A N V FA C- o
7&St TL'REll of all kind of Saddlery, Car- Cgg&
i2- riae Triiuniinir, Mattress making J&iSrT.
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
XT All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu
.1. Iff. TMOHIPSOiV.
H AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, a good assortment of
Best Kefined Bar-Iron!
At the Lowest Market Prices.
THE UNDERSIGNED FW
imti having taken the building ad- ?E9i2A
rl. joining the Drugstore of J. M. ""r,re'-',-'"0
Smith & Co.. on Hotel Street, offers for sale a
complete assortment of SUPERIOR FURNITURE,
made from ROA, KOU, and othkii Fine Woods.
Is prepared to manufacture and fill Orders for Side Boards,
Ckstue Tabi.ks. Arm Chairs, Locnofs, Wardrobes. Sokas,
Ladies Work Tables, Boxes, and other articles in Lis line of
business with promptness and dispatch.
4S3.ly WM. FISCHER.
1L15TT ATiTLTZPATiU C IC,"
Boot and Shoe Makers !
HOTEL STREET, BELOW UNION,
IN THE STORE FORMERLY
occupied by J. STEWARD.
ESoots ami Shoes
Made aud repaired in a workmanlike manner. 493-ly
Win. IT. TIXJTIY!
HAVING RECEIVED A LA RG E AND FULL
B.JI stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the bent Yellow, Brown aud
White SOAP. ALSO
soit .v:vi OIL HOAl,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S.- Soap grease always wanted. 494-ly
W. J. RAWLINS.
OF THE A1H) E
Works is nreuared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the best quality K, lI.iU fiWAI.
SOFT SOAP oIwhj on hand.
Thb Highest Price paid tor Soap Obeash. 4SCl-ly
HAVING PURCHASED THE INTEREST
of Mr. Norton in th Cooperage, will carry on the busi
ness at the old stand. Thankful for pant favors, he hopes to
merit a continuance of the same.
3000 BARRELS NEW OJL SHOOKS.
OIL CASKS AND SHOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
Cooperage on King St., Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform thep t iii; . hat he is prepared to cant
anil finish all kindsof 11 1 i nd composition work with
dispatch and atr easonabler atcs.
All kinds of ship and?! 1 ua ion work furnished on short
Constantly on hand couplings of the following
4, . 1, li, 2 and 2J. so, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
ly King street.
I N R E MOVING HIS li US I N ESS
T uv :. n(m iini)'l0!Vnn Vfiritanil.
I 1 1 It T w 11" ' l ...... vj . -j.. ... ..,..-.
J'T-V. R- Fort street, takes this opportunity of rutrn-
-j"T"4- - ; . i.; -: v...r.L-a tr K;. frinjla nnfl the
f-imt 111. . i . c - i .11 -1 - tuaim ' ' .......w - - - -
public in general, for the supimrt and patron
1 age which they have been i.ieasen id grant
him for the past teu years, and hopes that by attention to busi.
ness ami promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 493-ly
COPPER SINK PF.MPS.
Engine Well Pumps.
For S.dc by
600-2m O. BREWER : Co.
HA1WIKI PLANTATION !
Snnrs mid Iff oIsisson,
XTV COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
Waikapu Plaiitatioii !
II. CORNWALL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOU SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
G03-3m tlEO. C. McLEAX, Agent.
Sugar & Molasses
FH0M XI IK
Plantation of T. H. Hobron.
CROP NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
In quantities to suit purchasers by
499-6H1 JAS. M. GREEN, Kent
IIAVK OaV IIA.I
Il!.lTlIS KUXIRIT :
3J r o in Liverpool.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
BKST KKST IMR UlOX !
Which they will supply in quantities of One Ton or more at
Very Lo r Halm.
ALSO, AH0UT 6000 ltl'NNINQ FEET
Tramway Iron, 1. 3-4xl-4r
Which will Ihj dtlivereil MtlLLEO at a Low Prle per pound
About 3000 Illuming Feet T HAILS I
Mi Pounds to tho Foot.
1-S INCH SHEET IRON, nil ir
HOMOGENEOUS IRON,vrry auprriori
ANGLE IRON, n.orirl nIzckT
HALF ROUND IRON,
IRON SHAFTING up lo 8 1-2 Inch.
IRON ROILER TUBES 3 Si. 3 1-2 lnrhf
4 "JJSil'L ROILER i; COOPER'S RIVETS,
Janion, Green & Co.
(iVTTA IMiBICIIA iiosi:.
f PLV 1-2 in:h HOSE,
o ply i inch Hose, U ply Inch Hose,
3 ply 1 inch Hose, 3 ply 1 inch Hose.
CJIITTA PEUCIIA PACKINC;
J, 3-1G, , and inch.
For Sale by
500 3 m
C. HREWfcR Si Co.
AT EST STVLES.
For Pale by
C. P.UEWER ii Co.
AND FOR SALE liY THE
At their Store in the
PUBLIC HALL BUILDING,
Corner of King and Nuuanu Streets,
A SPLKXDW ASSORTMENT OF
PORCELAIN, CUT GUSS
"VIiito Granite Ware !
Consisting of the following articles
-ILT HAND DECORATED TEA AND
Plain White Tea and Coffee Setts,
Gilt Hand and Decorated Toilet Setts,
Plain White and Decorated Dinner P-tH,
White Granite ItreaLfast Setts,
White Granite Dinner Setts,
White Granite Tea Sett?,
While Granite Toilet Petti,
Cut Gl:iF3 Decanters,
Cut Glass Tumlders,
Cut Glass Wine Glasses,
Cut Glass Finger Bowls, Cut Glass Pickle Jmra.
Silts Joseph Rogers Son's Balance Handle Knives
Silvir Plated Forks,
Silver Plated Tea and Table Spoons,
Silfir Plated Castors, cut botths.
Silver Plated Cake liaikels.
ALSO, ON II AND
A ITuIl Assortment of-
Fiti;ss uijss avaki; !
OF GOOD QCALITV.
AM CKOCKI2KV WAKE !
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
CUT AND Pit ESS GLASS
A nicr (' nual Hiitvitiinia Flag.
FOR SALE AT REASONABLE PRICES,
4W-3m T. MOSSMAN Sc SON.
BREWERY FOR SAfK
A Rare Opportunity to Purchase a
INTENDING TO LEA VE THIS KINGDOM,
the undersigned offers for sale the
In complete order, and in full and successful operation. Par
ties wishing to cottage in this business will find this an oppor
tunity seldom offered.
The purchaser will be ei.titled to full instructions in the art
WILLARD II. FRANCIS,
49,i-2iu Nuuanu Valley.