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SATURDAY", JUNE 16, 1555.
DIED at his residence in Honolulu, on the 13th inst.
lbc Hon. A. Paki, the last of the family of old bizh'
chicfj. His ancestors belonged to the Kamehameha and!
Kiwalao families of Maui and Hawaii. IDs father 'sldiminution of interest in the t Hal cause of ogri-'
name Kalanihelemaiiluna; and his mother's. Kuhoohei-ieulture at the islands; but was rather the-result of
year Ualakaa, that is about 1808; consequently he rasiand believe will not eiist another year,
about 47 years cf age when he died. 1 "if there be any object worthy of the united ef
Mr. Paki was r person, not only of high rank, bylfjrts of all classes at tlie islands, "it is the one in
ou-in, butof considerable weight and importance, in thc?wyc.h tl3 Society is engabid; and unless this
wuncus ci the nation. lie held during his life, some
high offices of trust and honor; being at different times,
one othe judges cf the supreme court, acting Governor,-privy
councillor, member of the house of Nobles,
and chamberlain of the late King. The most promi
nent feature in his character was firmness; where he took'
a stand, he was absolutely immovable.
Until Mr. Taki wss rising of thirty years of age.
he was at time?, much addicted to intemperance; but
about fourteen years ago, Le abandoned entirely this
ruinous habit, and remained idhk his death, a sober,
orderly and upright man. Shortly after lie abandoned
strong drink, he become a member of the Christian
ehurcb ; was remarkably regular in hit attendance on di
vinc worship, both iu the sanctuary and in his family,
and he died in the faith of the Gospel, deeply lamented
y. ery wide circle of friend.-, particularly by all
the high chief-.
Annual Meeting of the Roral Hawaiian
Honolulu, June 12, 1S55
The hour fur meeting having arrived, in the ab
sence of the President, it was unanimously voted
that 11. W. Wood, Vice President for Oahu, Lein
vited to tike the ihuir, and to .reside at the
6 nt ungual meeting.
The reading of the minutes of the lust session
or the Society was dispensed with, except the reso
lution of adjournment, which was to the '2d Tues
day in June, iH'yy, in confurmity with which the
Society is now assembled.
On taking the chair, Dr.Y"ol read a bnef rc
jjrt, whi h was accepted.
The Treasurer read Lis report, which was ac-
-pted, and is as follows:
.Mb. President ash Gentlfmen or the II. H. A
As treasurer T your n.sefni body, I have the pleasure
to make known to you the continued prosperity of oaA
nuances. Aiore man ysw have ix-cn paid tor pre-
ra um?, ana 0UU have lK?en aldcl to our investetl
funds, yet we have over S5o0 remaining on hand.
Had all the subscribers paid their dues for the present!
year our receipts wowld have been much sreater; uu?
many have allowed the year to slip by without doing j-oj
although a majority, no doubt, fcel an interest iu -the j
object of our organization. It is to be hoped that raein-J
Dcrs wm be more prompt the coining year and p:y,
when called on. Xo life members have been addei' to
our list during the present year.
In the month of January, I made a report of the
ceipis ana ansoursements to the Minister or the Interior
as provided by .the act of June ISth, iSoi, and receiv
ed from the Hawaiian Treasury the sum of o00.
With the anxotnt of caJi on hand, the sum to bi re
ceived from the government, the large amount of inter
est, fees of membership, etc, we shall certainly bo
able to pay all expenses and add 1 QUO Jo our invest
ments. . The receipts and disbursements have been as follows
Cash on hand from last year,
8 annual members 4th year,
Cash from native for exhibiting steer?,
Cash received for extra co-1 of premium ,
Nett proceeds of auction sale, June 14th,
Interest on Loans,
Cash from Hawaiian Treasury,
Cash for Society's interest in imported stock,
Cash received from 137 annual members,
f'ales of "Transaction,"
2 o4 "
Cash paid for premiums, 437
Bill of tin pans used at Fair, 7 25
Posters, 5 25, Freight on premium.", 8 7. 1 1 04
Cash premium, 15 00
Binding VoL I, pf " Transactions," 18 71
Cash paid for premiums, S32 'A'
.. stock, 256 44
Painting flower stand, Z Of 1
Certificates of membership, to auctioneers, 10 00
Expense of annual meeting, 73 0 1
Diplomas etc, 13 Of
Cash for Carolina potatoes for seed,
Binding 250 copies "Transactions,"
Printing 500 "
Postage on " Transactions " to U. S., etc.
Loaned on note and mortgage, 2 years at 12
Balance on hand,
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GEO. WILLIAMS, Tiwarer.
On motion of Mr. Marshall, it was Resolved.
That the Chair appoint a committee! of three to
nominate judges for the Fair to be held to-mcrrow,
whereupon, Messrs. Marshall, Castle and Robert
son were appointed.
While the committee was out, the reports o!
standing Committees were called for, and that of
the committee on the sweet potato, was read by th
chairman. Dr. Rooke, which was accepted.
A communication was read from Dr. Friek, on 3
the subject of Indigo, which elicited some discus
sion, and the announcement that indigo was first
introduced into the islands by Dr. Scrriere in 1827
c$, from Batavia, and afterwards by Dr. Rooke in
1S40 from Calcutta; this latter did not thrive. The
former has ppread over tho Islands spontaneously,
so ai to be & nuisance in many places.
On motion of Mr. Damon, the communication
of Dr. Frick was ordered to be published in the
On motion of Mr. Bates, it was Resolved, Tliat
a committee of three be appointed to inquire wlia.'
measures can be adopted by th Society to ascer
tain whether the manufacture of indigo is practi
cable at the islands. Choscu, Messrs. Rooke.
Montgomery and Bates.
The committee to nominate judges for the Fair
to-morrow, made a report, which was adopted.
In view of thetJelay in receiving notico of ap
pointments on committees, it was Resolved, That
tho corresponding Secretary notify the Chairman
of each standing committee of his appointment, so
oon as made by the Board of Managers.
On motion of Mr. Castle, adjourned till this even
ing, at 1-4 to eigiit at tho Betjjel:
. . . June 12, S o'clock, F. M.
This Society met at the Bethel, where-a large
After a pciee of music hod been performed, Mr
Chase wag introduced by the acting President, "and
delivered am clvjuent address, to a highly attentive
- audience. ' ' ;
At the cloie, on motion of Mr. Wyllie, a yoto of
uacK3 waa passed to Mr. Chaae, with a reouest
for a copy in tho English and Hawaiian languages
far publication in the Transaction? of the Society
Tor the current year. Adjourned.
On Wednesday, the Fair took place as usual,
but we regret to eay the exhibition fell far shorter
former vears, not in quality, but in quantity ami
We arc not willing, however, to indulge the
thought, that this decrcasu was caused by any
prospers, Done oUerwiH. .. Its vital importance
all business is indisputable; m Lnc, it lies hi uitj
foundation of all prosperity, and we most carnest-lk an epithet as we bestowed upon it. Public opin
ly hope none of its friends viH relax their efforts. fi;on in all christian countries justCes our correspondent
until tho islands produce, not merely a supply for Bin thus viewing the act of deliberate s3lf-destruction.
home consumption, but for a greatly increased for-IIt is regarded as both guilty and disgraceful, a viola-
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t , ,ntf th.. rff.na.mn. fO.Ved-Ztian
;n(,fh5?.Xttm .t.Mk. when the reports
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( the cjinuiittees to award premiums and the lift
of officers chosen will be published.
'cv IVheal nnd new flour.
V'c have seen enmples of the new crop of wheat
now being harvested, and from its appearance it seem;
much superior to the crop of lust year. The weather
.i a . r , i. . i i
P-incc uie cumnjenceiu'-'ui oi uarvcsi. uas ueeu uw, anu
uaii tue crop, or iu.uuo ousueis, na? oeeu swieiy cut.
We understand the crop will be from 2rt,'C0 to 25,000
g '"l.-iiv.-j, nuit.ii iviii iuiuuu nu auij'iu I I J I'm i
kr the consumption ot the isianos.
Flour has been male from the new crop of wheat.
said to be of good quality-. We have not yet had the
means of judging personally of it, nor of the new corn
TC-Emea1, ftsuPl,,J of which, as well as feed for lwrses, i.
now on hand ut the Company's SSteam milL
From present appearances, we shall bo independent
f all foreign supplies of flour fir the ycir t comi,
and ut the s line time save much money in the country,
md have sweet bread to eat
The crop la.-t year was damage 1 by the wet weath-l
t, and the flour made from it was poor, and cmild
inn compare with the foreign article.
Honolulu Town School.
This valuable institution had an examination on Mon
day hut, pre lous to a vacation of four weeks. We wer
much pleased at the appearance of the school, most o'
whose pupils are quite young. They are acquiring much
knowledge, and are lilting themselves, by a study of the
English language, for the duties and resnonsibilitie:--f
future life, either here or elsewhere.
We cannot refrain from expressing the belief, that few
incu in the community are more usefully or honorablv
.mployed than Mr. Ingrahim, in his arduous and self
lenying labc ra, year after year in that school He i.-
cntitled to, and should receive, the thanks of the com
munity, for doing a great and good work, often but
re-gi'oorly appreciated by those, most benefited.
Ships, Shipping, &c
The Brig Agate, Collins, arrived at this jort on
the 10th inst., with a car. of lumber, flour. &c.
from Oregon, in 23 days via Ililo. C'apt. C a.-
jwell as the consignees of the brig, Messrs. C. A. &
II. F. Poor, furnished us a sample of Oregon ap
pics in good order, althougl'of last year's growth
On the 12th, the Schooner Minna arrived, in
11 days from S. F. Proceeded on her voyage te
China the same day.
The Russian prize Sitka, arrived at the Down.-
- j.n the th Apr,
The Pacific Express .Co.
has furnished us with
tiles by tho Agate, fur which we feel obliged. Al-j
8), ti 11. Cuady Jt Co., agents lor Wells, Fargo
Oo.. f t a late B ston paper, by the Minna.
The Mail for San Frnciseo, per clipper Sohoon-j
er ' VAQrfno," will cloe at the l'ost-Offic, at 2
o'clock, P. M., this day. i
T the Editor of the Polynesian, Sir: An article in
3 our nssue of the -M inst., respecting the late suicide on
ivauai htw given just ground of otlense to many in thb
coiumunuy who Knew, anu Kit a liK-nair interest in it.-'
, 8 j.5?uVUect- Tue-V rightly doubt whether anything is gained
0 preventing such guilty
acts, bv setting tho
character and conduct of those who commit theui in the
blackest ligh', and confirming their opinion of the harsh
ness and inliifcrcnce of the world from which they
rashly hurry themselves, by refusing an acknowledg
ment their good qualities, and denying to their friend.
ind relatives, the slight consolation which charity and
sympathy can give.
.'iui3"uiiiniic vimeu ciaiw wr iauiornia in
1819, arrived at the Isthmus at a time when Panama
was crow Jed with emigrants who were suffering all ex
trcn es of privation and disea.se. Xo vessel offerin" for
California, he did not, lik many others, give himself
up to Irettul impatience, but sought and found useful
employment as an engineer, for which his West-point
training had fitted him. Here he continued, till at
length a vc?sel arrived. On this he embarked for San
Fr.incU.-o. The vessel prove-! to bp over-crowted, an l
iin-i mi uiuiiwa ui nun naming winas,urinn'
which disease and want decimated the passengers, wa.
comelk i to put into Cape St. Lucas for water. Here.
Mr. Ingorsoll and four others, were landed, at their
own request, apparently in a dying condition, so help
less uom HChness mat mey were iowerei into ana line!
out of the boat, hke infanta.
On thore, in the house of an oil Mexican woman, af
ter a long peiiod of wasting sickness, his four compan
ions died, and he himself had barely strength to di
their graves and lay them in the earth. Sevei al mouths
after a sperm-whaler arrived, and Mr. Ingersoll, still
weak from sickness, with funds exhausted, and honeles.-
"i leauiimg vaiuornia, snippei on ooard. After
four or five months cruise on the line, he reached Ililo.
ini was paid off with barely money enough to clothe
his nakedness. Unable to find employment on shore, he
was obliged to ship again, and made a cruise on the
North-west coast. Returning to Lahaina, he was pai.l
off with some $120, and came down to Honolulu some
two years since. To those who knew him here, he seem
ed to have come through thus much of his hard experi
ence with a character untainted to a remarkable degree.
He was then, sensitive and manly iu his feelings, up
right in his conduct, and free from every unworthy vice.
That he was kind, generous, hospitable, almost to a
fault, there arc many both here and on Kauai who will
bear witness. j
That he allowed the duTiculties and repeated misfor
tunes he had to contend with here, combined with more
sacrei griers.J( which do not concern the public,) to in
duce despondency and a blamable recklessness of feeling
and conduct, during the last few weeks of his life, will
not prevent such from cricvine for his deth nor rV
ouenng uieir sincere condolence to his friends in the Unit
ed States. While they mourn that a dishn.ir.iiV,l ,.!
has ended his existence at the early age of 25, they can
not forget the better qualities of his nature, nor can
luej intra me. exniomng so much ol patient endur
. T1 !. f tinlnnaa Anrl if ..!.....:. ,: , ,
h4iiorei one, Jiowevcr strongly they condemn its final
and fatal act
It is true, Mr. Editor, and perhaps it is rightly true,
Men" vice live in brass," J)
"Thir virtue ira writ kit art.r t
but it is not right, nor is it true to the feelinz cf thel
coininuimy nerc, uiat tne nrst puDiio noUce of such an
event should be made an occasion for charges, so hasty,
awd, in many points, eo incorrect as to be well nigh
wanton. The writer of this is not a believer iu the
niaxua, Da mortuis nihil, nLi bonum, whether as a rule
or as tne statement of a Tact, but he does, in common
with many others, believe that oue-sided, harsh, -ami
hasty statements of faults, in such cases, often do much
harm and can accomplish no good, and he much regrets,
therefore the publication of the article referred to.
Knowing that many others share tiu regret.-ond desirel
an expression of it, he will feel obliged, if you-will eiveiluul an( Lahaina was reft
t . . - . .
(tins a place jn your. next t aper. .
Honolulu, June 4ti. : , W.
3T la answer to the charges of our correspondent J
we fcave no bpace to go into a lengthy vindication of our
motives for publishing the notice which appeared as
above stated; we can only simply state that Mr. Inger-
soll was our friend, and we would accord him all the
virtues xlaimed by our correspondent. The facts we
$ibUskc'Jor?.r.e Bot L'haaty" or ."wanton;" they were
not derived from an enemy, but from the friends arid as
sociates of the unfortunate young man; nor did we state
all we kcard, nor thall we now, although invindication
of ourselves from ungenerous charges.
YVa &tfcce with our coKrcspundeat in his estimation of
teBtueactof suicide, where he denominates it 'guilty act,"
inJ a "dishonorable act;" and this, we believe, is quite as
M j .1 . . . 1 anl - r y. r ii
t 1011 01 me commaim, "inuu snait noz fcut, enns-
PI . . 1 1 . 1
l 18 CeD IO !UC. la ffiC C0UD
3t. d tLc Puhlic highway fa the hut resting place
jf their mortal remains.
Viewing it in the same light with our correspondent,
neither he nor "macy others" should expect us to speak
in terms and approbation pf what he and we, and the
enlightened world at largo regard as a "guilty" act,
oommittci with unusual deliberatioU.
Il l W All A I, I Ai I S 1, AT I! i: K .
IIouc of obIcs.
Friday, June 8
A joint comm ittec, consisting of Mr. Wyllie, Keku
inaoa and Nahaolelua, was appoiuted to confer with a
'.ounnittce of the other house with reference to the time
C final adjournment. Adjourned.
Saturday, June 9.
The committee on adjournment were instructed to in
form His Majesty that the business of the session w ill be
completed next Thursday, ani to take his pleasure on
Mr. Allen from the committee on the appropriation
bill reported in part.
The hou-c took up the appropriation bill In committee
of the whole, where it was amended and passed its Sec
ond reading, when the committee rose.
Mr. Wyllie from the joint committee on adjournment
reported that it was His Majesty's intention to adjourn
he two houses on Thursday the 1 lth inst.
The bill to regulate the shipping of foreign seamen in
the ports of Honolulu and Lahaina was read a third
lime and passed. '
Communications were received Irom the other house,
ransinitting an act to regulate the proceedings in court
uf law ; an act to abolish tabus on fish ; returning the
ict in relation to iV.o bureau of pub.ic improvements
p sed by thenii au act respecting the reservoirs and
hydrants of Honolulu.
The fcsh tabu bill was real the first time. On a sec
ond reading, the bill was indefinitely postponed. j
The bill respecting reservoirs and hydrants of lluuo-i
lulu was put upon its three several readings and passed
The act to regulate proceedings in courts of law wat
also read three several times and passed. Adjourne 1.
Monday, June 11.
The house went into committee of the whole on the
ippropriaticn bill, where it was discussed at great length.
Pending the discussion the committee rote and the hou
Tuesby June 12.
A communication was received from the other hon.-e,
tratiMuitting a joint resolution for the relief of the es
tate of his M yesty Kameh inieha III; returning an act
relating to the public heilth, pissed; anl the articles of
amendment to the constitution, amende' 1 and passe 1.
Tho house went into committee of the whole on the
lppropriation bill, which was discussed, amended an 1
passe J, when the committee rose. The bill passed the
house on its second reading The rules were saspmdel,
ihe bill was read a third time and p issud.
The joint resolution for the relief of the estate of H1
M.ij-sty Kainehamehi III, was rc:;d the fiit time. The!
rules were Mispended and the resolution was read a sec
ond and third lime and passed.
The amendments to the copstitutkm were taken ip
and those to the 5th and 0th articles concurred in. That
to the 7th article was not concurred in. Adjourned
Wednesday, June 13.
A communication was receive 1 from His Majesty de
claring his intention to postiwne the prorogation of tin-
! Legislature till Saturday next.
I The following resolution were introduced by Prince
Kaiiichanicha and passed by the house:
Resolved, That this house adjourn, in consequence of
the death of His Excellency, kalanihelemaiiluna Ku-
liooheiheipahu Abner Paki, a member cf this house, us
i suitable expresioa ot the grief of this house at hi.-
Resolved, That the secretary of this house communi
cate to the house of representatives the passage of the
above resolution, with the request that they unite with
this house in adjourning for this day.
Resolved, That this house wear mourning 30 d iys, as
i tribute of respect to the memory of K. K. A. Paki, a
memlxr of this house.
Resolved, That this house deeply sympathise with4hej
widow and children for their irreparable loss.
Resolxed, That the Secretary be instructed to trans
mit to the family ncopy of these resolutions.
On motion of Mr. Wyllie it was res dvP, to request
the President to prepare a short memoir if the late
Thursday, June 14.
The house met and adjournel, w ith transacting a,ny
Ilonte of Rrpresrntiitivr.
Friday, June 8.
On motion of Mr. Kipi the bill to regulate horse and
carriage travel in Honolulu was reconsidered anil or
dered for. to-morrow.
The public health biH was referred to a select commit
tee. The joint resolution for tho relief cf the executors of
His late Majesty was made an order of the day for to
morrow. Order or tub dat.
The road tax bill on its final reading was kwt
The Honolulu water works bill passed a final reading.
The Nobles informed by mwsige that they had parsed
the land commission oppeuls bill anil also that they had
appointed a committee of conference on the militia bill.
In committee of the whole the bill to grant certain
water lots to the Hawaiian Steam Navigation Company
was indefinitely postponed.
The Nobles stated by message that they had apoint
cd a- committee of conference on the snbject of fixing a
day for the final adjournment of the Legislature. A
similar committee was appointed on the part of this
The bill to regulate descent of real property (blood
alone) was taken up in committee of the whole and in
definitely postponed 13 to 10.
The landlords and teuants bill was referred to a select
The awa bill was made an order for to-morrow. Ad
journed. Saturday, June 0.
Reports or Committees.
The select committee on amendments to the Constitu-I
tion reported the same with a recommendation to pass.
.Mode a speci;u order lor Monday.
The landlord and tenant bill was made an order for
Orders of the Dat.
The Government Press bill came up in committee of
the whole, and, alter a lengthy and warm discussion,
postponed indefinitely, lo to 2.
The joint resolution for the relief of the estate of Hh
late Majesty, was passed to be engrossed. Adjourned.
Monday, J une 1 1.
A message was received from the Nobles informing
that they had passed the bill to regulate proceedings in
courts of law; and to regulate the water works of Hon
olulu; also postponing indefinitely the "fish bill," and
transmitting for concurrence the bill for tho shipment
of foreign seamen, and the bill respecting royal patent
The bill to provide for the shipment of foreign seamen
was ordore 1 to a aceond reading to-morrow.
The royal patent bill was ordered to a ond reading
thlUEK OF TUE DAY.
Tli! house went into committee on the amendments to
the constitution, which, after discussion and amendment
were agreed to 17 to 1. "
The bill respecting auimals luifjiryfat large In Hon
m m. i.:n : . I
The bill respecting the rights of .
i thta was ordered
to be engrossed.
The joint resolution for the relief of the estate of His
late Majesty passed a final reading.
Mr.Ttichardson on leave withdrew his joint resolution
respecting codification of the laws.
Ihe Honolulu -fish market till was' passed to be en
The bill respecting awa was referred to a select com
mittee. Adjourned. .
'Tuesday, June 12. .
Reports or Committees.
The joint committee ou the militia bill reported in fa
vor of passing the same. Ordered for to-day.
Orders or the Dat.
The militia bill wn taken up in committee of the
whole, and after discussion and slight amend mcnt, pars
ed to a third reading to-morrow.
On motion of Mr. D. Kaauwai the rules were suspend
ed and a bill introduced authorising the Minister of the
Interior to negotiate a loan not to exceed $lo0,000 for
public work. Pa ssed to be engrossed. Adjourned.
Wednesday, June 13.
After reading the minutes of yesterday and prayer
by Rev. Mr. Clark, the house on motion of Mr. Kama
kau, adjourned till to-morrow, out of respect to the
memory of the deceased high chief, A. Paki.
Thursday, June 14.
A message was received from the Nobles which had
failed to come to hand on . yesterday, informing that
they adjourned in respoetto the memory of the deceased
chief, A. Paki.
His Majesty also informed by message that on account
of that painful event, he had jiostponed the ceremony
of proroguing the Legislature until Saturday, June 15.
ORDERS OF THE DAT.
The militia bill Jiad a third reading, and, ou motion
of Jr. Kalam'a, was indefinitely postponed, 14 to 2.
A resolution by Mr. Kuumaea that the militia bill be
printed in bot.H language, was, after discussion agreed
The bill to authorise a covcruraent loan passed a final
The foreign seamens shipping act fame up in commit
tee of the whole aud passed its final reading.
The Nobles informed by message that they had con
curred in the joint resolution tor the relief of the estate
of His late Majesty, and in the amendments to the con
stitution, excepting that fixing the pay ot the represen
tatives at live dollars per diem. The house refused to
concur iu this latter. Also transmitting the appropria
tion bill as amended by thein,
In committee of the whole the amendments to the ap
propriation bul were taken up and discussed
On motion a joint committee of conference was ap
pointed on those items in which the two houses have
Fight days later news.
By tlie Schooner Minna, we have Xcw Vork jiapers
;o the 27th of April, containing nows from Liverpool te
the 8th of April, eight dors "later than -our previous
The news, though uot of striking importance, is nev-
The conference at Vienna adjourned to the I'th, to
iwttitthe Kussian ultimatum and the arrival of theTur-
wirh and French Ministers of foreign Affairs iu that
There h i 1 been a succession, of sanguinary conflicts
between the French an 1 Russians before SovHtopil fir
:h posse siou of rille' ambuscade pits, with varying
nccess, but much los-.
A battle fought ou the night of the 23d put 3000 men
hors d combat.
In the Crimea, the Russian and Alliel armies are ae
lively employed in strengthening their positions and pre
paring fir the grand operati-ins of the campaign.
Another dVtachnient of the B iltic fleet had sailed from
pithead, and the nVing squadroa had ahtuidy arrived
The Vienna Conference met on Monday, the 2d in.-t.,
bftt immediately adjourne 1 to the following Monday,
the 'Jth, at which time it was expected the Vzar's ulrt
inatum wotil I re tell Vicuna.
M. Divnyn Ic L'Huj-s, dirc;t from Paris, w:is cx-
pecte-l to arrive at Vienn i on or before the 0th, and
would pit" himself in communication with Lord Ji,ha
Rushed mi l T.is f. T.cie,c?.
It was Cofitidcnllv exi-ctcl th..t loc oucatlon of pcaoc
r war woul I l.e rfceide- at VietiHa, in the coir.c 'f the
Telegraphic wires .lie iiov cstali'L-V.e between Lvi't
: irl an s qu ivters an I 15 ilakiwa, an l tnc ii niway is in
worliitig ord.'r to Kad'.ki'k
Ort the ISth a reinforcement of l-V ' men enlered
Sevastopol, ad a Kly of Rn.ssi uis lo.M l l strong were
observe! ttmirch towards Mackenzie's firtri, with the
iriteutk'n rf cn-.'sing the Tschcrn-iva to alvance upon
I'r. H ill the ius;crtnr fiener.ii of Hiji't.il., rt'p)i !e-l
lo Lord R-ighin thatlhere w.i no iliiniimi n of the si.'k,
but that the cases yielded more re.i tily t" trtedicine.
riitiL'O Gurtchako?i" had arrive 1 at head quarter.,
and h id taken command of the Russian army.
General Canrohert ttlejraplH, under ! itc f 22 1, that
the Ris.siati Admiral Ntoinin" had U-eti killed, an I
that tne iieaiui et t.ie neiu-u tnHp- wa ex -eiicin. ilea
states that in the attack cf the Russians tin the 221 and
2i5d of March, they were driven back w ith the loss of 11
le-s than 2000 in killed and wounded, the loss of tlie Al
lies bting oh
The official rep- it of Ceil. Osten Sicken, in referenci
to the same aft'.iirrstates that til? garrison made a power
ful sortie for the ji irposc of putting a stop tn the works .,
approach made by the allies near the 51-ilakotf Tower.
The General adds that the result of the engage:icnt was
favorable, inasmuch as he succeeded in destroying" th
works executed by the French not, however, without
"No grand and general attack will be made until the
greater part of the reserve army has arrived, which wil!
not be the case before the 2-th of April, or thereabouts.'"
Nineteen ships of war, lieing a portion of the Baltic
fleet, sailed from Spithea I on the evening of the 4th inst.
Among the numler was the steamer Duke of Wellington,
the flag ship of Admiral Ibindas. The departure of the
fleet was attende 1 with all the demonstration of enthu
siasm which was witnessed last year at the departure of
Sir Charles Napier. There arc eleven ships yet at Spit
head, which will be despatched at an early day.
1 he Russians have established two fortified camps,
each of 80,000 men. one between Mittau and Riga, and
the other between Revel ami Narva, to defend the Bal
tic provinces. All the harbors are being blocked up by
sunken ships, so as to obstruct the entry of hostile fleets.
Parliament is not now in session.
It was announced on the evening of Friday that thr
government had brought out a loan. The amount and
terms were unknown, tut supposed to be JtloHJU.u'W
sterling. Funds immediately fell to 91 1.
The Emperor Napoleon and the Empress would reach
London on Monday, the ICth, and stny one week with
the Queen. The tone of the British public is extrava
gant in adulation very different from a year since.
The official programme is as follows: On Monday.
Prince Albert goes to Dover, meets the "august party,"
lunches with them at the Warden Hotel, and accompa
nies them home to Windsor in the evening.
Tuesday In the morning the Emperor receives the
Corps Diplomatique." In the evening a grand enter
tainment. Wednesday The Emperor will be invested with the
Order of the Garter. In the evening a grand dinner
Thursday A visit to the Crystal Palace. In the
evening the opera.
Friday A vist to London to receive the city address.
A de jeune dinner at Buckingham Palace.
Saturday Return home.
The Roebuck Committee adjournel with Parliament to
The propriety of Raising the siege of Sebastopol is
freely and favorably talked of.
The Times Paris correspondent writes: "It is rumor
ed that we are to have another levy of 100,000 men in
France, and that from 00,000 to 80,000 troops will be
placed at the disposal of Austria, should war be the con
sequence of the conference of Vienna."
The Ball it. -
The advance squadron of the Baltic fleet reached FJ-
sinore on the'lst of April, and it was suppose would
anchor in Carlscrona H irbor until the Baltic was navi
Advices from Roostock say that the navigation of the
Baltic would be dangerous for a week or two to come;
much heavy ice floating.
A Russian despatch from Warsaw 6&ys that an army
of 120,000 men is being concentrated in the Baltic pro
vinces, and that o"U gun boats are afloat.
Two divisions of the Russian fleet are at Cronstadt.
and one between Sveaborg and Revel.
The adv ices from St. Petersburg are altogether in
definite as regards politics. They however reiterate
that Russia will net make concessions.
Cholera continues in St. Petersburg; on the 20th
there were about 200 cases. '
rF We have been requested by Her B. M.'s ColsuI
General, to publish the following notices :
by tTje queex a proclamation.
Whrrou loforinatioB hit beea rreftived that ceruin acts of i
Liiitlily treasonable nre hate ben, or are about lo b, doae
. . . l .: LO..k;. ...J...nitr.iik.niiMn
r at letnpiea oy ceniu xrruu cuujcvw uuti uj;
liiitmiM, eitbtr witlna tier ajiy oooisdiou n in paio-
beynd the 3ea ; urh as buildiug, or bidxi; and lasting in
cl.;n.nrlViir urnfiilinitSl.iri& nrTlrk.
line. Arms nnd .-uiiuuiiition.foriicn Sbius. or umnutaf luniizj Swiss dresses, case figured table oil cloth, llacV
r bttnif, or aidm , or aiHDg iu iranuiactunng or nmng
teafri .Muchmer)', itbr tor men hips or
purpowr; oriy enipriu mtocouiraris, rogacnicn:, or )rrre-
nieatv lur loice ei tae aioresam purposes, or Kioerwiie auner
inlo, aiding. akislin, or abtnnt:,ih Quwa't Enrnnes'ln
oartii bryoail the ea, in iev)ing or cam uif on av ar apains;
Her Majesty: Now Her Majmty, by chia Her Uoyat Pmclitma
non, dotn warn all sucd perm'iw riiaKioe m anv mcu (reason
iblo df!Htni or attempt i as alorraaid, or ollierwine adlwrinK to.
asMstin;;, aiding, or ; tetting, the Orient's Unrmi. s. itiat ttiej
will be liable to be vpprehf tided and denlt with an Traitors),
and will be rrreded agaiut will) the almost rigor of Ilia Law.
Uiven at our Court, ai VVindx.r, ibis eigbth dy ol Febmarv,
in ihe year f Our Lord one thousand eight hundred an.
filly live, and in tT5e eighteenth vear of Unr Reiyii.
GUI) cave the til E EN.
Fuacio Orrics, JlarrtTS, Toi5.
It is fifreby norified, Tttat iifficial i a form a Hon ba4 I'een re
eived fniin Kejr Aitmiri! Sir Eduiirnd Lyi.ns, G.I'.IL, com
naoding Her .Majesty' Naval Forres in the BU-k Sea, datea
:Jer Majesty S'lup Ai!memn n, off Sevastopol, February II,
!Xj-, that Ir ni tbe.lsi of February last, " the mouth ot tl.e
tlivrr Inie-trr, the forU ot .Ikeriu-in. Ovidiopul. Ode?a a
:lie Pons situated between Ocbakov Point and h minium Poiut.
iiirlnding tlie Ports of iculaev and Kliersiiti, the K.vi-r Bii:
md Dmeperi also the Pons between Kirtlmurn Po nt and Cap.
Tarkan, iirclirdhif the Ports m the Gulph ot Peftkop, the' Port
f Ssvastopol, the Port compriaerd-bt i w een Cape Aia and the
Strait ol Kertcli, including those of Valta, Alim-hla, H-'Udak.
Katt'a, or I heodosia. The Port of Kertrh the Strait of Rertrh.
tie entrance to arj l all t ie yuf in the !ea of Azov, including
'sict iully the Purt-i of a nh.ias, 1 ag turug and Arahat; tilt
llivt r ion, si d ats i rile furti ef Ana; a atid Soujuk. werr
At t'y blockaded Tjy a compettnl frCe of the Allied FUeis ot
France ai.d Eiieland."
'"That ihe Port of Eiijvitoiia, fTtrel'.ika, Kan.leli. Kaza'.cb.
and Halaklava were, and are, aud will remain open and free
rom all blockade dntil lurcher ii'rfiCi-: ml it m hereby furthri
:njtified, thai ail measures anthrixrd by the Law of N'.it.ons.
tni the respective -Treaties between Her Majesty the 'Viueef!
-'if Ureal Britnin ai.d Ireland and His Imperial Vhijesiy ids Km
lemr of the Fr.nrh. and the dilferetit Neutral Powers, will be
idnptt'd and executed with respertto all resjels whieb'uiay at
emjit lo violate the said Ulockdile.
Pv bri .veate, frm O.ejon. W. Moiiteit!i,
C. Paw.-, CJ
Daley, 5. I)ri'.
POUT OF HONOLULU.
fune II. Am. hri Arte, Collin. Portland, Oregon.
J.Schr. Minna, fuNifer, 15 days fin Pan Francisco.
June 11 Taliitian nchr. Raaai, San Francisco.
(Hi SALE. AT Al't'TlOX, tn the premises.
une 27. SIX MCNTIES LEASE cf Store on
Jueen street, at present occupied oy -Ik- I-ove.
44t ' L. H. ANTHOX.
II y M. C. 3IO.VSARRAT, Auctioneer.
VALf ABLK REAI, ESTATE FOR SALE AT
IN rURSUANCi'iot :m onkrorth-d;refrdr. the
Ken. Lorrin Andrew s Jude of l'rohate. I wii:
-ell at pthlic at;ct;r-i, on the jiremises, 041 TL'ESi).. Y,
JGth Jrne, r'i 12 o'clock M.-, all that two storied
md prcmise-i, situate on Kiii street, in Tlon-ajI-.i-,
nre fnllv described in I'ateut No. i't. ?nd all hat
I.ca-chol I of a ku'.t, or grazing land, sittirtte at Rali-
li. ItM-sed from Cue Government for 2 year, from
14th Septeuil'er, IS 12, at an annual rent of five dnl
.ars atid l'uliy described in said lease, bel'inm to
r.he estate of the late Hooliliamanu.
lion. Mav 2(, 13.35.-o-3t J. MA.RTIN, Adm'r.
THE ROYAL SCHOOL.
'HE health of Mr. M. B. Beck with, bting suthci-
I entlv rc"-torcd. lie will assume the cnaru f t ti:e
ilcj al School on WEDNESDAY Next, an I his lad
will on the same day open a primary department ii,
.be aj!i').n. 1 ho.e w ho vis!i t send svaoiars to tin-
livmrtTneiit .t!-p reu vieated tn do it nuiiCtU.lllv Oil thnt
j - 1 - k
'i he cl.ar f -r turtion i.' I'? tirr torrn of t'.n weeks.'
,11 either iLc::artiuent-.
G-U. " R. ARMSTRONG.
A GOOD CHINESE COOk
T SMALL WAGES, -an le heard of by aj
tl the Polvnesiai ('.li -c.
(ZtHnio. Oii, Dried Tish,
3J()W LANDIXti from brir 'Fi-.m -es,' and f
sale in lots to. suit pnrchaser.s bv
o-tf Thomas spencfj:.
Vtliitblc iictil Mlstale for Sale
THE two storv Bnibliiiz situated iNn-
MjjjJ.uann ftrect, near Mr. Fox's Bakery is i.rire
.ir a:e 011 n-asenab.c term.. I be ?...jve ;teiiiise
lie well calculated lor a General Retail S;n
For further particulars inquire of Mr. F. SPEN
JER, Hotel stieer. f-tf
V Tl -ir. mi- Fiiw iiMi Tv iH'i-Kcii J:it let eivpd
J and fir sale bv the subscriber,
0 cases Geneva, Anchor Brand,
oO do. do. Extra quality.
II.u; .lulu, June loth IS )-). 6-ot.
SHEEP BREEDERS A HEN TION! !
.VJIE FLOCK OF SHEEP, formerly owned by th
JL late Wm. French, Esq , now running in H.uaa
iua. Haw aii is oTere.l f ir sale, and ailords a rarr
c liauce tor capitalists to obtain gcod sheep for a small 1
-.urn, and thus make a sale ana pronan.e invest
ueut. Apply to
ALDRICI1 & BISHOP,
Or F. G. LOW.
June loth. 5-tf.
I HE UNDERSIGNED, Executors upon the estate!
1 of Antonio Sylva, of Honolulu, deceased, hereby
request all persons indebted to said estate to makcj
wvmcnt on or bctore the itlx davot July pros, anci;
j ill persons having claims must present theui within j
-he above mentioned period.
G 3t. OKL KALA.
A NY PERSON tapping the Government Water
XJa. 1'ipes, lrom this date, without a written permis-!
-ion lrom the Harbor Master, will be prosecuted.
And all parties who are drawing water from the1
pipes wbo have not signed the agreement, and paid;
Uieir water rate, are requested to call at th oiace ot
tne iiar.'ior .Master immediately a :.l a so or Uieir
pipes will be cut off.
HENRY J. II. IIOLDSWORTH,
ilonoiulu, June 16, IS-3-T. 61. II abor Master. 1
r WO NEW COTTAGES with cok houses eom-
1 plete, situated on Merchant Street. Enquire at
the piemises of II. Smith or at J. Foi' Store, in
NOTICE The under-igned being about leav
ing this Island for a limited period, requests al
persons having claims agniust him, to present the
ame for payment, before the first 01 July next, anil
all persons indebted to him, will please to settle
their accounts before the same day.
Further notice is hereby gitcn, that I will hereaf
ter pay no debts, contracted in my name without m;
Honolulu, June 11, 13-55. 6-3t.
SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBAC
CO. JUST RECEIVED from San Francisco per V.v
QVERO," 29 Cases J. Thomas, Jr.. superior "Diadem" To
bacco. For sale by A. P. EVERETT.
Honolulu, June 9. 18.3J. o-tf
T1IOTIAS & CO.,
HAVE opened a CARPENTERING AND
GENERAL JOBBING SHOP, between Ala
tea and Richard streets, on the west side of King
trect, where aU calls will be punctually attended to,
ind proposals for Contracts solicited.
N. B. Particular attention paid by J. D. Thomas,
jy any order for requirements in Billiard Tables, or
repairing Furniture, and CofEns of any class that
nay oe uesired. o-im
CHILE BEANS. 50 eacks Chile Beans, each 50
lbs., just received and for sale by
o-2t C. A. & H. F. POOR.
j Q ENEKA L ..31 ERCHANDlSV
ITIELDHEIM & CO., offer for sale a well su
? sortment of NEW COOLS jua rtS
'FnAXfBi Falmer. eonsuitjner in Bart s f. tv
- ' E
Trt Goor. Bales of French lawns, bales of il
I l 1 ll.-l. .1 -
gmguams, uuess jics, cates uiacai aipacca, case '
Gros de Rhine, cases mourning prints, cusra
jjarce jii2es, Sliii pocket haniiierchtets, Imen M.S
ror utiir wnrnxrn . , ..it. n , i
iw-L-pt hanrlkprrhipfis- bible covers. Mark fi-K.... .
iilk, and cotton gloves, satin and taff 'ta ribbons, I
Swiss muslin, hoisery, etc.
' CtoniiNG. Superior black and fancy cassimere j,t
black drab d'Ete pants,' mens white duck pants,
cloth frock coat-', lasting and merino coats whitt I
luck coats, white and buff Marseilles vests, pilot!
cts, extra hYe white shirts, merino and cotton i
jhirts &nl drawers, etc 1
Hats. latest style riding Hats, Pananni hats,"!
horn liats, Kossuth hat, pla zed hats. ?
fcHOEs. Lases sewed Ctngresa paiters, do. Iari
goiters, do. enamelled ties, do. calf bregans, do. h
ana lrght kid brogans. - I
also, A small lot of Renuine Havana Cigars. I
Honolulu, May J4. i-t - f
rjTIHUKK orfour good SAUYEKS AIw. a !SII
JL iltKL, one acquainted with takfe ca
IEEN MOUNTAIN ST'ATE STOVES
iM lieadv Baker Stoves, Nos. 1 and 2.ith'T
Iturcs. sc.. lor ood or Coal, for sa e br f
June 2, iSo.y 4-tf A. P. EVERETT:
?SSfe. .Dicetlinsr L,o1& for Sal!
I? c TILE undersigned offers for sale in W.
wfj suit purchaser?, sereral acres ajj,
, lug his residence in Nuuanu Valley. J
r.acu lot commands a view of the town and J
I'jor, and can be supplied with water from prin.
streams, without cost. ASHER B. BATE ?
Honolulu, Jnne 9, 1"S5.5. 5-tf
. - ... t
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALS. I
TSU. T11 suDscnber offers for ale i
f.-:-ifvi premises in Nuuan u Valley, at prev
CYttf occupied br Cyrus V. Jones, j
terms, applT to
June 2d, I8.-5. 4-tf GEORGE G. lrOYt
fV FOR SALE OR LEASE.
?Wiy; TWO valuable Building Lots, on Pe'e
B a.itic, tuuiin an - o?. 1 anu v.
For particulars, apply to
L. II. ANTH0.V
Tallor! T.illow! Tnllou! f
IHE undersigned is prepared to pve the h:
price for ajproved quality Tallow render
down, in sound casks or barrels.
Hon. June 2, lS.35.-4-if FREDERIC OCDLV.
Perfiiuirrv! Pcrfimierv ! Perfumer
ERFUMERY of the most recherche qua!;:-,
and from one of the first London hous-e?.
sale bv the entire cae or otherwise. ApplT U '
ilor;. Jnc 2, 18 ).3.-4-rf FREDERIC OG:DO ?
UPERIOh TEA in boxes of Six and Ten IV
3 Jut received by 3tf AIJJUICII & BlSUOf
tew Goors-roii sale by
FI IIMTURK PlTR DROMOi
e:srr.:aeiHnHiurr;cautuiiy nowereii.) rrt: 1
edsteads, set French Ruitaits with marble !-
icsts WarlVobcs, dress Bm"oans (turned.) plain
iie Bureau:, ovul card Table?, tea Poys, nuho'.T
Soi!, fUHhojraiiv Divans, cfcttage Bedstead, m.r.
iiarlor Clurirs, maple do do. carved. crred wiilr. ,'
Chairs, carved oak dining CUiairs, Anw?n Chi.
ivith cushions, s jusre Stools ;
The above will le sold cheap for'ca.-h.
Whirehall row Boats crpper fastened.) 1 1 f,
.mack Be-srtSy ITfootyawl i-ats, IT foot centre kr;
White oak Plank? white oak TimWr, vell-iwPi.i
.1 : . . 1 ...1 1 . r ....t.
.;:Joiii:, w , tu aiiu fcwii j ii'ji:i itivnniii.4'
Casks ship Bread, bbls. Prime Pork. bbl.-. 11
Hcef ( Philadelphia,) Lii'.t" bVi's. dried Avrnes
t'.-Ih. Eastern Beans, bbls, E;tstTi Hams, ens kstv
Flour (s'.ilir'y d..mael. lr,r
Manila he'.np Cord ite-, else. v ciUAV Metal, S'.i
".hir.g. sheet- copper Shth'n Bows Arams'
Virginia Ti'kk ce. -Ca-M ctrt lciu Tobacco tvL-t.
irst lato article,) yti&vv Vt-Mal Niin, bv.t set
Xni's iron Spikes-.
AI! the a'.vive ?eU ai in Hrstia'V order .inl
it? soi l ehc i, t td.e the consignment.
WAIAH'A FA LLS--KAl- .I
I'HE UNDERSIGNED Its to inform hi Az
nnd tlrt p-.l4ic that he ti nw rvady to yfv
nio!:ie ric:ht or tVn bonrilers at In Mansion -n
Vtr.r Fvi.rs Ivstiti, in such a manner ascsr
lail to prove ani-able and satisfactory. The air r
-urroundin scenery are unsnrpnssel in any part
rhe Islands. The Wailua Falls, within a few h:
.'red yards of the house, have always been justly:
yarded as a great attraction to ptrsingcrs.
'I he Mansion itself is spacious and nirv, eonim.T.".
in- a most exrensive view of the surroundin- se!-:.
ry. Immediately adjoining i a garden of r!ois?r ,
vegtai-Ies x-' . comprising every variety the rtw
try atf irds. Fruit! are also abundant in the pre
season, lint tew places, it is -believed, can comM"
so many circumstances to please the eye, gratify tJ;
taste, promote the comfort and invigornt the hes.-'i
if the stranger. f
The Wailua Fall Mansion U situated about tc
mile from the port of Nawiliwill, and is easily a
eessible. Board and lodging at mivlerate rate? .
Fcr a more particular description of the Wit"'
Fulls Estate, the undersigned is permitted tors''
'o lion. 1. 1 .. Grec, U. S. Commissioner, Ca',-'
S. Srerrett. U. S. N., Col. II. Trendergast, trj
W. Jones & Co , Florens Stapenhorst. Esq.. CT'
D. P. Penhallow, and Ellard I lorfschlacjer. Esq-3-tf
'THE UNDERSIGNED has received by the -Cs-J
rad" and " Lconidas," from Liverpool, a va'
of articles suitable for the Foreign population CA
ic . &c.. which he is induced to otlr to his me-
and the public, in small lots, or iu any quantity -
uit. Amongst them are
12 pair French. Calf Boots,
12 do do varnished calf boots, morocco leg'- ?
6 do elastic top Varnished Brodequins, t
6 do button do do, t
4 do rair assorted Parisian shoes, for ladies.
A few superior light coats, silk, glaze, serge, c.,i;
do do cassimere and tancv woolen trowsers.
JO doz white shirts, linen pants. French make,
A few superior French Parasols.
2 children s hats, with ribbons and flowers,
24 Italian straw hats, ribbons and flowers,
Artificial flowers ; real ostrich feathers,
A few gold chains, rings, and ass'd French; Jewel' ;
A few assorted shirt studs linen sheeting.
Excellent cotton sheets, ready made.
Huckaback towels, sowed and finished, ?
Linen chemises, white linen damask for table clot
Col'd linen damask for table covers,
12 lace dresses, beautiful silk frocks for children,
Merino undershirts, lamb's wool jocks, i
Black silk hats, camlet cloaks, pouches,
Scotch fresh aalmon. in tins, boxes Perdrir truffw
Allwette's troffees, Pates de foie gros truflce,
Petit Pois, English hams, English cheese,
Jams, olive oil, splendid Ale and Porter. . r
ROBERT C. JAN 10
Honolulu, March 3, ISoo. 13-tf
JUST RECEIVED Zante Currants:
English Jams and Pie Fruits, Pickles, Mu'
assorted Sauces. For sale cheap, at
52-tf MOSSMAN & SONS.Nuuanu
UPERIOR CAST STEEL PIVNTER'S HOb. f
Just received, and for sale bv
ALDRICII & BlSUur- :
Honolulu, April 2iJ, 1S5J. ol-tf
COOLIES 1 C00UE3 ! ! COOLIES ! '! !
ERSONS desirous of getting Coolio Labore" &
are requested to call i iZis otSce of the wcr
These Cooliesrwith t little teaching, maSit.Tl
good washmen, gardenei-s, house servants and lb
ers, and it would be advisable for those who ae ;
u.t aF iiK t an r?a t tinii iirirrtutl.af(lvP '
April 1, lj3. 43-U V.