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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 April 1853

Tic it Vic 2T; T2.' CO. hfr is se rC dtL ;2. -v KG. . t ti by ca CCX. fetk iedbr s rec, 1 c -At occa-l KZXSi' 'I Vv Vol- 9- g)t fJolgnestcro, fibbed weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian Is. EDWIN O HALL, EDITOR. - TERMS. One copy per annum, In advance , One copy six montbs,in adrance, $6 00 3 50 121- Single copies Rates of Advertising. I. . re. f 1 6 lines ) firs t insertion, Sl 00 25- 50 121- 5 00 8 00 f. aare (16 lines) each continuance, rL, (8 lines or less) first insertion. ft Mitre (8 lines or less) each continua., I3!. . t .l nr one half .-di, 0UOE5, o Muare,bytheyear. -Xotices.etc, not exceeding one sq., 'U!,:L;r nt exceedine one col., 60 OO Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's feiS AnSERTi9BifK!fTS.-Twenty five cents per . c.;n,.rt;nn and six and one fourth cents fr each subsequent insertion. . wtoriuc uiin"' i Keal Estate for Sale, Bt Peitate Coxtbact ! ! Til P. fnllnwinsr valuable and extensive prop cities -trill be sold without reserve, by the w icr ii i,yc WI1 fe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 April 1853

202 ' - r T I IT POLY N HjSIAJN. J.JJLXJ -- v--" SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1853. Are these things o ? We commend the following to the serious con sideration of our readers, as a truthful exhibition of the evils of moderate, dr.i5U.yg, and the ex .jm ilantrnr attending a practice, to which a .a many in this communitynre addicted, but which seems to them an innocent and harmless habit. The source from which this emanates precludes the idea of a fanatical crusade against a harmless custom. It is sober common sense, in perfect ac cordance with the observation of every man who can take an unbiassed view of tacts as they are dsilv brono-ht to observation around him. We j o cannot shut our eves to the glaring exhibitions constantly made, even in this small community, of the ravages of intemperance ; and all from the ranks of moderate drinkers. We have watched, for the last 18 years, the course of a score of men here, and noted their certain ruin on account of drink. We have a number now in our e...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 April 1853

si i and thirty-five thousand natives of Virginia, ual to 26 Per cent tne whole, have found ?meS outside of her own borders. South Car 1'na bns sent forth 163,000,-which is 36 percent f all native citizens of that State, living in the i-niteJ States at the date of the census, and the rv remarkable proportion of 59 per cent, of hVnumher remaining in the State of their na tivity. North Caro''1! has lost 261,575 free in habitants, equal to SI per cent, by emigration. Long the Northern States, Vermont and Con necticut have contributed most largely to the 'ttiement of other parts of the country. Their 'ir0.M)rtion, about 25 per cent of their native Ijticns, would exceed perhaps that of either of Houtherii States, already mentioned, were jjenuinuer ui eiaica iu mc iauer aumiiieu as an .meiit of the calculation. But the rovine ten iae? of our people is incident to the peculiar .Dillon "uuhj, aim ciitu succeeuin rvnsus will prove that it is diminishing. Whe e fertile plains of the West shal...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 April 1853

J04 JUSINESS CARDS. IDCH AS PsnrphTefs Catalogue Circulars Handbills? Shop Bills Bills of Exchange Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks Blank Deeds, Bill Heads, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch , on liberalterm Importers and Commission Merchants. B. I. SHOW. Importer &. General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf ROBERT C. JANION. fUercfiant & Commission Slgent, HONOLULU. OAIIU. H. I.. o. p. SAiasiNG & co DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HONOL UL U, OAHU, H. I. t if m r w. AHFOHO. On hand nd for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea andCofle EVERETT (General commf 00101. ftt'crcfiant, HOXOMIMJ.OAHU. H. I. 1"V SSoney advanced on favorable term for Bills of Exchange on the United States, England and France J. C. SPALDING. Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant HONOLULU. OAHU, Constantly on hand a supply of ship stores and ecruits suited to the wants of vessels visiting this port, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 May 1853

.1: U 9 GThc )jlgnc0tan, . pnbllsbed weekly at Honolala, Oaha, Hawaiian Is. sr w w a tr r r m w TERMS. One copvperannara,in advance, One copy moathsn advance, . Single copies, Rates of Advertising. L-...iar( 16 lines) first insertion. One square ( 16 lines) each continuance, Half square (8 lines or less) hrst insertion., Hlf square (8 lines or less) each continna., Cards Notices, &c,not exceeding one half square, by the year. -Tards. Sotices,etc, not exceeding one sq., fTetrlr advertising not exceeding one nan column, - - - - 30 00 L. .j- n At fiTraiiKr on cox.. 60 OO Tcirif wviwauij hw Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser's Legal Advbtisests. Twenty fire cents per line for tneruaseriiuu, - - '' i - r nrT invpriiiiii. aanai SvbaenptlOHlOlMe trmyacaw fujwMt. mwrwwj advance. . . $6 00 , 3 SO 121- SI 00 25 50 121- 5 00 8 00 Ileal Estate for Sale, Br Peivatb Contract ! ! ... i v.l j : 1TL liliJ iv"" o -"?p;'if erties will be sold -without reserve, by the f Lot i. All those w...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 May 1853

206 tention, is that of Divorces. By reference to the table of civU cases tried in the Supe rior Court, you will find that in 18ol. there were 157, and in 1852, 124 cases of divorce. All of these cases have been heard before me at my chambers, and my heart has been sickened at the accumulated evidence against unfaithful wives and husbands. More than half of the applications have been made on the ground of wilful deser tion of husbands who have gone to Califor? nia or to parts unknown, and of wives who have abandoned their homes for the vari ous sea-ports, and refused to return. In this class of cases no adultery could be proved, and the result has been, that out of 331 cases heard belore me wunin me lasi two years, I have granted but 81 divorces. It is a serious question for the Legislature to determine, whether the granting of divore ces ought to be confined to the single cause of adultery, or extended to other causes, such as impotence, wilful desertion without good reason for fou...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 May 1853

ifr mr preservation of the righto of the com il and the peace of the world.- Should they Obtained, it will be through no grasping spirit, !t with view to obvious national interest and ,ntv and in a manner entirely consistent with strictest observance of national faith. We rto notbin"- in our history or position to invite Iression, we have every thing to beckon us to fhVcuItivation of relations of peace and amity Th all nations. Purposes, therefore, at once !7ml nacificwill be significantly marked in ih?c5nduct of oar foreign affairs. I intend that I administration shall leave no blot upon our fair Sord. and trust I may safely give the assurance, 'r: ..f within the legitimate scope of my con- S will be tolerated on the part of any portion of illVU VOUUVfc Vl-aw. a J J .nfl.ipnced bv the conviction, that no apparent advantage can be purchased at a price so dear as that of national wrong ui uuuuuw. Th Inauguration. At half past one o'clock, March 4th, the oath of, AIU" J- . II : 1 tha ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 May 1853

y (I it 4 K f ! t, :t : r i Z i ( v: ! ) y , . - -- CARDS. NESIAN i oitTun JJookaiA Job printing f CM AS Shop Bills Billaof Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, ampli(ef t .Jatalosues, Circnlars, Handbills, Bill Heads VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness sod despatch ,on liberalterm Importers and Commission Merchants. "rrTs N OW. Imnorter & General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.1 6tf - ROBERT C. JANION. iHercQant & Commission agent, HONOLULH, OAHU. II. I.. O. P. SAIVISIXJG & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HONOLULU, OAIIU, II. I iuru rvr. AHPONG. On hand and for sale, Sugar, Malasses, Tea and Cofle A. P. EVERETT, (General Commission JHtrcIjant, Hflor.ULU. OA HU. H. I. l-V Money advanced on lavoral.le terms fer Eills of Exchange on the United States, England and France J. C. SPALDING. Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, HONOLULU. OAHU, Constantly on ba...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 May 1853

- -. V'.' -. ' " ' . ' - :K ' -. ' : , : . ----- . - ' ' !t10-i HONOLULU, SATURDAY, .MAY 14. 1 853. v. -Jj. tgljc poljracsian, """ . - . i i a i : : . T . t.iiainil weekly at iioaoiuiu.vaiiu, naiu EDWIN O II A LLf EDITOR. TERMS. .nnrnprtnnnm. in advance, . 6 00. ( Lie copy six raonthsJa advance, &3 SO Single copies, - Uates of Advertising. Mfilhip.s) first insertion. SI 00 25 50 m; linftsi each continuance, r s.tuare (S lines or less) hrst insertion., . 1 i a r lftssl ench continua.. 121- Jis, Notices, tc., not excccJ.ng one half i.iuare, hv the year. ,U, Notices. etc, not exceeding one so., .1 - t....::. nnt pxrcoJini? one Ilfllt 00 00 j i v ainciusiu- ' o tuluran, - - " , 30 00 i 1 . T . nnr ..lit- 60 00 :V auvcru.u .r . .. ' , i Yeailvadrertismijli'mted to ine aueniscr i business. malAovektisemests. Twenty uvecenrs per i .rtlin iirtinsertioa, andsix and one fourth cents k u-h subsequent insertion. vice. . , ',1ransientaJcerlisement$wll be inserted , unless Kcal Kstate lor Sal...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 May 1853

U(J THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1853. Small-Pox Three Cases. . Two cases, a native woman and a native girl : wn. M-u-nvrrpA vesterdav. in a yard on Manna Kea Street. They were immediately reported to the Hoard of Health, who have taken measures to confine it to its present location. It was also as - certained that a native girl had had the disease, l hut is now convalescent. It was from her that the present two were taken. People had better avoid "the locality where' these case exist, and keep nniot and not iret into a panic. How the disease was introduced, is not known. It is conjectured cither through the Charles Mallory, or in a large lnt f old clothini? brought down from San Fran cisco by the Zoe some weeks at auction. o - ago, and sold here Rteam Navigation in the Pacific. In U't remarks in the Polynesian of 31st of July W ! nrr-Kitorv to the letter of Capt. llamond, Roy : 8.1 Navy, a belief was expressed that the line pro posed hv him would have been better than that to ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 May 1853

J 3ft Summary. . t .rvn. it is said, is again about visiting the States, owing to famil J dissensions, she being tltunh3pPF vith hcr leie ,0rd and husband A Jn will Fab1?' ensue- - ; divorce J -. ....,.- ,w i"e r nlarod Stafford House at the Morning ..rheffl Ol sul"... i . . dposa - nf Shaftesbury. Carlisle, etc, r. i f Mrs. receptions in, and will . IZ at Liverpool, and an address, with 40,000 tne - , j.., , f signatures, will arrive by the next steam- women a. rlTY- The President, upon the recommendation of Hon. t t Kcnnedv, Secretary of the Navy, remitted the nexpired portion of the sentence upon Commodore T ratesby Jones, which remission was soon follow- moiore Jones to the command of the San Francisco lrv Yard and Station, just authorized by an act iking ample appropriation for its commencement The caloric ship Ericsson had returned to New York. Her trial trip to the South is spoken of with evident satisfaction by her officers and all others who were on board. ' , Capt. Erricss...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 May 1853

THE POL YNESI AN, SATURDAY , MAY 1 4, 1853. i V r i ? i. i B.lfSJ'iVESS CARDS. POLYNESIAN PRINTING OFFICE. Plain an fallen jBookatuj lob printing SCCH A : SllOD Dill. Pamphlets, 1'aialognes , Circulars, Handbills. Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Hill Heads, Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Kteeuie.l with iiestness and desjialcli.on liberallcrm Importers and Commission Merchants. b. r. snow, Importer fc General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.161 f ROBERT C.J ANION. fllcrcfiant & - Commission Slgcnt, IIO.VOI.ULtr, OAIIU, II. I. C. P. SAIYISIIIG & CO. i DEALERS IN CHINA COODS, ,; . . HONOLULU ,OAUU,H. I. . AHCHEW. AHPOHO. Od "hand tad for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Cofle - . J. C. SPALDING. Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, " ' HONOLULU, OAHU, Constantly on hand a supply of ship stores and ecruits suited to the wants of vessels visiting tliis port; and f...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 May 1853

vol- io-i ; fflje -JJolpcsiati, published weekly t Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaiian I EDWIN O HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. One copy perannnm, in advance, f 6 00 One copy siimontbs,in advance 3 50 Single copies, 121-i Rates of Advertising. I..-..-, rifiliaesl first insertion. SI 00 fe square ( 16 lines) each continuance, 25 nlf square ( 8 lines of less ) first insertion., 50 Of square (8 lines or less) each continua., 12 1-! irds, Notices, tc,not exceeding one half square, by the year. - - 5 00 irds, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq., 8 00 srlr advertising not exceeding one half column, - - - " , 30 00 mArrtlzintv tint TCeain?r one col.. 60 00 h7" Tearly advertising limited to the advertiser s business. T.aA AorETisMBKTS. Twenty fire cents per t for tne nrstinseruon, ana six uu uac ivuwnuu 1 k ..VcMMiit incArtiAn fSkbscrttfMMUetae PolynesianiipagabUinvariallj rAra transient adoertisewtenls will be inserted, unless ypauL . Real Estate for Sale, By Private t3otilact ! ! W THE following valuable ana ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 May 1853

science. The grammar book ha9 been the school boy's persecuting spirit, haunting bim from his first entering achool house, until he has come to the end of his school days, ready to close his books and enter upon the duties of life. We are glad to see the im proved modes of teaching grammar, from the third class, gathering their knowledge from the teacher's lips, to the" first class perfect ing theirs, in the study of analysis. The pu pil, we observe, is n' longer obliged to wan der into the mazes of rheloricfor -dip into the grammars of the classic languages to learn how to resolve anKnglish sentence. The great defect in the old methods-of con struing is supplied by the book on analysis, which covers the whole round: The exer cises of .this cUss inteiHted us very much," and their. examination was very creditable to theinseffes.. ,;.,!-- n ' - ' - The second class were examined in verbs, the subject which has been their study during the last term.- Their knowledge : of it was commend...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 May 1853

Died. la tiiiseity on h ,otB - Francis McXamee, of Baron'a fourt. Newton Stuart, Canity Tyrone, Ireland, aged atont 9ri veara The deceased arrived recently Die Colorado, with Sico.OBiplM, of which diicam he died. He had reaided in few-Yoik,M wa in tha Mexican war. PASSENGERS.; Inward. Per E. Newell. O. G. Howe. Per Royalist Moody, Seal, Miller, Beatie, Mrs. Webster. MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF HONOLULU. " ' ' , Arrivals. M,v 5 n wh sh Caroliaa, Gray, 5 aioa fra New Bedford. JO Br bk Mary Kay, Liwler, 179 da fra Hamburg earo merchandise. -&Br wb Royalist, Harris, 66 da fra Sydney. lft Kr sh Jules Cesar, Lesargent, 18 d fui San Francisco 7 Am clipper ship t'arringtoa, 13 ds fm do. jf) Aa " " Fleetwood, 13 d fra do. 9Haw brie Juno, Pitcher, 18 ds fra do. 19-Iiaw brig Eli. Newell, Smith, 17 da fm do. Cleared. - " May 17 Am k Edgar, Fearson, OeboUk. 1ft Am bk Tartar, Madian, Sydney. ; 9 Am wh sh Zone. Marvton, Arctic, i gU Am wb sh Carolina, Cray, do. , ; PORT OF LAI1AINA. Arrived. :. M....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 May 1853

u V THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, MAY .21," 1853; 8 7 POLYNESIAN. PRINTING OFFICE. fltatn aiunlOookanli Job pnntinjg SGCH AS Shop Dills, Bills of Exchange, Bills of Ladini, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, Pamphlets, Catalogues Circulars . Handbills, Bill Heads, VISITING. BUSINESS ANtfADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch, on liberalterm Importers and Commission Merchants. Importer General Commission Merchant. , HONOLULU. OAHU, nAWAANISLANDs , Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aujr. 27.16tf . . 'ROBERT C.JANION. fUcrcfiant & Commission Slgrut, HONOLULU. OAUU. II. I.. CP. SAMSXZVG & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HOXOL UL U, OAUU, U. I. Aurucw. AHPOWG. On baud ud for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Cofle J. C. SPALDING. Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, HONOLULU, OAHU. Constantly on hand a supply of ship stores and ecruits suited to the wants of vessels visiting this port, and for sale at the lowest market prices, for cash or bills of exchange on the United...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 May 1853

u In - : ' '-1 a it M0 Vo1.1(M "' " HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MAY 28, .1 853. , 8 Sljc Polynesian, it published wccklj at Honolulu, Oaha, Hawaiian Is CDWin U HALiLi, LLIllUK. TERMS. One copy perannum, in advance, $6 00 One copt six raonths.in adTance, 3 50 Single copies, . Rates of Advertising. One auare,( 16 lines) first insertion, 121 SI 00 25 50 One square (16 lines) each continuance, Half square (9 lines or less) first insertion., Half square (8 lines or less) each continna., Cards, Notices, &c, not exceeding one half square, by the year. Cards, Notices, etc, not exceeding one sq., 121-2 00 00 Yearly advertising not exceeding one half column, - - -Tearlv advertising not exceeding one col., 30 00 60 00 0 Yearly advertising limited to the advertiser cwi business. Legal Advertisements. Twenty five cents per line for the first insertion, andsix and one fourth cents for each subsequent insertion. ESnbscriiHiontothe Poly nesianis payable invariably tn advance. C7".Vo transient adoerlite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 May 1853

10 Valparaiso to San Francisco, that he did not learn r:.l character and destination until he leached the neighborhood of the Lobos Islands, that he then used every effort to withdraw from the com pany, and at no time participated in their schemes - or acta, but on the contrary, that upon the first op nn tnnifr he entered formal protest against, the ship, and libelled her for the damages he had sus . .;nai thmnrrh the misrepresentations of her vwvx ... 0 . managers. . . Mr. Bond thought that it was due to himseiras well as to Mr. Ricord to make this abatement. The act to take from police and district Justices jurisdiction in cases of larceny in the second de gree, and that to allow juries to find a verdict in " tluTerent degrees under one indictment, were read the second nine and passed to be engrossed. The house went into committee of the whole on the amendments to the royal school act. The m,tfan rnaa 9 ml tllP IlOUSe nOn-COUCUl ffU III the amendments. . The limitation act was rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 May 1853

' THE POLYNESIAN, STURDAY, MAY 28, 1833. v.- 11 t. " i COPARTNERP NOTICES! flHARLES K. BISHOP having become a part J npr in the Finn of Aldrich & Co., the style of the" Firm will from this day be changed to Al drich & Bishop. ' ALDRICH & Co. Honolulu, April 2, 1853. ! i tf 47 CO-PARTNERSHll NO'TICE. THE UNDERSIGNED have formed a co-partnership under the firm of RICE & Co., for the transaction of a General commission business. . . A. P. EVERETT, WM. B.RICE. Honolulu, January 14, 1853-tf-50 BURGESS, GILBERT St STILL'S GREAT CUEAP I0 OK, MAGAZINE, NEWSPAPER, f AXTD STATIONERY DEPOT, Sax Fraxcisco, California. ' This is the oldest establishment of the kind on the Pacific coast. . THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE CONSTANTLY in receipt by clippers and steamers, of stand ard and miscellaneous works. Law and Medical Rooks, Stationery, fancy articles, and American and foreign Magazines and Newspapers,' all of which will be supplied at the lowest market prices, at whole gale and retail. Su...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 May 1853

riTriTVi nnr 4r hj lcsi A lT7 A HP I lDHA V MA T7 0Q 12 POLYNKSIANPIIIXTIXG OFFICE. Plain oirt'ncsfiookanlJ Job Jrintins ICCHAS Pamphlets, Shop Bills, Catalogues, Bills of Exchange, Circulars, Bills of Lading, Hanibilli, Consular Blanks, Bill Heads, .1 Blank Deeds, VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and despatch ,on libera Itcrm Importers and Commission Merchants. B. P. SNOW, Importer General Commission Merchant. HONOLULU. AHU' HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Bills of Exchange on foreign countries wanted. Aug. 27.16tf ROBERT C. JANION. iUcrtfiant & Commission Slgcnt, HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I.. O. T. SAIYTSING & CO, DEALERS IN CHINA GOODS, HONOLULU, OAHU, U. I. AHCHIW. ASP0W?;, a- On haud dud for sale, Sugar, Molasses, Tea and Cone J. C. SPALDING. Ship Chandler and Commission Merchant, UrtVrtI 1T1.1T OAHIl. Constantly on band a supply of ship stores and ecruits suited to tUe wants of vessels visiting this port, and for sale at the lowest market prices, for .... . . w ...

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