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Lived at Valparaiso from llio Janeiro the i
mit-r bound to Cnllao, thence to thu is
niU on a cruise. Markets on the coast
La- very heavily stocked with goods! pri-
U low. The Don Quixote, Paty, was to
til lor'Iahiti and this port in a week alter
,1 Gloucester loll, By the latter we have
k-eived our regular files of papers, which
Lwcver contain no important intelligence
it had not been previously received. Louis
iijioleun has been condemned to perpetual
lipris'Miiiunt for his rash attempt upon
business in the United States was improv
er prices of domestic goods rising. It
Ian thought that the change of the adminis
jation would have a favorable eifect upou
The Gloucester has brought out two large
Vn Sugar Mills; also apparatus for extiact-
r oil from the Kuikui nuts. V'
Some skeptical friends are disnosed to
lake light of our earthquake, and insinuate
" It to be taken
Should be well shaken."
Vc told the tale as it was told us, and if
ir t.uth is less easily shaken than a bed
t, we can only say to them, what a ecrlain
i:s u in Acw Lnc ami said 10 us nmver l
In-other minister. After the usual forms
prayer, he commenced pleading for a spe
iil blessing for the clergyman whose pulpit
i was then oceunvinir. in the following
jiins ' May thy blessing rest upon the
hid of our brother, a man of small iarts:"
fere the congregation, who were not paitic
larlv lovinir of their nastor. nricked notion-
lis, and began to pass the wink at the hit
us passed upon their wortliv leader, when
r minister added " W irdl a,lanhil to llw
vnh of Ihin rowj-t't'TaHou." Sow we can
v of the caithounke, it was a small one.
t sufficiently well adapted to our wants at
'esent. Perhaps they will improve upon
not seen it, but it is said to bj upwards of
sixty feet in length, ami about twelve feet in
circumference. J. B.
The phenomenon of the tides was also ob-
hved at Lahaina, 31aui, at the same time
l, and on the same day that it occurred heie.
he rise and fall there was several feet, and
leurred frequently, at intervals of four min-
s each, the water rushing over the reefs
Bill "rent noise.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
May 22. Haw. Sch. Clarion, Maui.
Haw. Sch. Hawaii, Maui.
23. Am. Whaleship Herald, Nye,
" Am. Whaleship Alexander Collin,
Wyer, from Lahaina.
27. Whaleship Magnolia, Barnard.
May 22. Br. Brig Clementine, Rhodes,
21. Haw. Scli3. Paalua, and Kinau,
2.3. Haw. Sch Hawaii, Ililo.
" Alexander Collin, Wyer, to cruise.
23. Am. Brig Maryland, Blinn, Kam-
u Herald, Nye, to cruise.
Lahaina, Maui, May J, George, Lake,
New Bedford, l! 1-2 mos. o'A) sperm, lllh.
Alexander Collin, Wyer, Nantucket, ti mos.
100 sperm, loth, Magnolia, Barnard. New
Bedford, 2!) 1-2 mos. 1 '..") sperm, 1500 this
season. 11th, Herald. Nye1, New Bedford,
2l mos. 1 100 sperm, 200 this season. 12th.
Rambler, McCleuve, Nantucket, 2 'J mos
V,.')() sperm, 150 this season. 12th, Para
cliute, Wilcox, New Bedford, P mos. -10
sperm. 17th, .Jefferson, Cash, Nantucket,
10 mos f'.OO sperm, !00 this season. 17th.
I'oman, Barker, New Bedford, !) mos. 200
sperm, 11500 whale. ICth, Young Kagb
Austin, Nantucket, 3 mos. .'350 sperm. 21th.
(ieo. Chainpliu, Brown, Ncvvburyport, 19
mos. 1 100 sperm.
In the Clementine, Messrs. Charlton,
French, and Skinner, and 3lrs. Taylor.
In the Hawaii, Messrs. T. Cummins. B.
Pitman, Jr., and Mr. Bliss.
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Now liunVn Vvouv su 0o-
We have received an interesting notice of
apiolani, which we shall give in our next.
We have so frequent requests to insert
inis, that we must decline doing so, unless
V' authors will pay tor them as ndvertise-
lor l lit! Poly nexian.
Mu. I'iMToa. Last January, a large
inn Whale drifted ashore near my resi
nre at Kohala, and had there been auv
ni there who understood the business of
mag the oil, a large quantity iniht have
'i n made, provided he had conveniences,
lie natives went from everv uuarter bv
imbeds and cut oil' as much of the blubber
tliey could conveniently carry awav. and
krried to their houses some of them, with
l'si;u to eat it. Some had small iron
Its, in which they boiled their pieces, and
p''U their oil in calahashes; several bar-
1 the best of oil was thus made. Since
;it time I have seen whale snoutimr oil Ko-
pki at three different times in less than
ihe query arose in my mind would it
'f he a profitable business for some person
''I'd in taking whales, to establish himself
nieuhere op Hawaii, provided with boats,
and be on the watch for whales, and
s mid to the resources of wraith to these
lands, h was mere accident, as it were,
:t 1 Paw the whiilna iim nlmvo meotioned!
H should n man attend to the business, he
't.r"t much oltener ilisenver fbrTJords of
1 will here also mention thnt ref entlv n
,r?0 Stick of timhor id c:iid li'ivn rttit'lpd
lht,re from sonic other country. 1 have
Printed Pongee llrikfe.
Assorted Dry Goods.
packages Hard Ware.
Casks Soap Stone Furnaces.
" Sad Iron,
do. Ca-sl Steel Wood Axes.
rs Sheet Lead.
' Boots anil shoes.
Bars and Bundles assorted Iron,
bundles Hoop plates,
cask Cart Boxes,
bundles Spike and Nail Kods.
boxes Tin plates,
pieces light Havens Duck,
do. Carolina Hoes,
cases (cooking Glasses.
" Assorted Fancy atticles.
Books, lato publications,
barrels Pilot Bread,
hhds. Navy do.
barrels Fresh Flour, (extra)
boxes Window Glass,
packages Crockery Ware.
" Glass do.
barrels Tar and Pitch,
casks assorted Paints,
kegs English White Lead.
" do. Black Paint.
100 boxes Spanish Cigais.
5 kegs Superior Tobacco .
(i tubs Spices.
5 casks liiee.
1 hhd Cutfee.
5 baskets Olive Oil.
1 bale Corks.
K) boxes Kaisins, in prime order.
10 kegs Fancy Biscuit.
I case Macaroni.
1 41 Tapioca.
3 do. Chairs.
3 eases Statioiierv.
4 hhds. Tin Ware.
3 Hollow Ware.
133 Reams Wrapping Psiper.
20 Writing do.
Honolulu, May 22, 1841.
HUNG &, CO.
Have for sale, at their plantation, at Wai-
luku, Mast side of Maui, a quantity of supe
rior W1I1TF SUGAR, not inferior to the
best imported Loaf Sugar. Also, WII1TK
SYRUP, a superior article for family use.
I or the information of Merchants and oth
ers trading to these Islands, they would state,
that they are enlarging their business, hav
ing now l.'jO acres ol Sugar Cane under cul
tivation, and in the course of the next sea
son will have 250 acres. By the 1st of De
cember next, they willl have a large lot of
BROWN SUGAR lor sale, on as reasonable
terms as can be offered by any other linn.
May2'Jth, 1311. tf.
All persons who have not sent in notice of
their intention to discontinue the Polynesian
are respectfully requested to do so without
further delay, as it will continue to be de
livered after June 5th, to those who have
not signified their wishes to the contrary.
May 25. 3vv
The Subscribers respectfully give notice
that they have formed a Copartnership un
der the linn of
MARSHALL & JOHiVSOiV,
for the purpose of transacting a general Mer
cantile business at this place. And they
also offer their services as Auctioneers.
Honolulu, May 23, is II.
J. F. II. MARSHALL.
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
Have just received per Ship Gloucester, and
oiler for Sale the following
1 1 bales Brown Sheeting.
H' cases Prints, consisting of American,
Knglish and French.
1 case Merrimac Checks.
2 bales Union Ticks.
Super Webb Braces.
Super India Rubber Braces.
Cotton Bandanna Hdkl's.
Large Cotton Flag lldkfs.
Imitation Pongee lldkfs.
Colored Cotton Half Hose.
White Cotton Half Hose.
Imitation Linen Cambric Hdkfs.
Super Linen Cambric Hdkl's.
I a i go Choppas.
Wiiue and Brown Linen Thread.
White Linen Drills.
Stripe Linen Drills.
Printed Linen Drills.
Birds Lye Diaper.
(J cases !lcachcd Diaper,
1 bale Hamilton Stripes.
2 bales Suffolk Drills.
1 case Bleached Drills.
2 bales J Blue Cotton.
Super White Linen.
Mons do Lai ue.
Black Silk Cravats.
Figured Coat ButtoiH.
Figured Vest Buttons.
Pea Jacket Buttons.
White Suspender Buttons.
Pearl Shirt Buttons.
Assorted Sewing Silk.
Plaid Ci&pe de Lyons.
Swiss Figured Muslin,
Satin Stripe C.iall.
Long Twist Tobacco.
Short Twist Tobacco.
Best Cavendish Tobacco.
Fine Cut Tobacco.
Saleratus. Dried Apples. Surdities,
Claret Wine. Champagne Wine.
Madeira Wine Malmsey Wine, extra
Sicily .Madeira Wine. Old Port Wine,
Window Glass. Paste Blacking.
Pipes. Half Spanish Cigars.
Best Spanish Cigars. , Kaisins.
Salad Oil. Cassia. Soap.
Champagne Cider. D. B. Stout,
Ale. Nails. Gaiter Boots.
Gentlemen's Calf Boots.
Fine Ivory Combs. Tooth Brushes,
An assortment of Stationery.
Ladies1 Kid Shoes.
Ladies1 Kid Slippers.
Ladies' Bronze hlippcrs.
Patent Match Boxes and Wax Tflpers.
A select assortment of Cut and Pressed
Glass Ware, consisting of Decanters, Wine
Glasses, Cake Dishes, Lamps, Tumblers,
Door Knobs, Salts, etc.
Also a good assortment of Hard Ware.
Honolulu, Miiy 27, 1610. eptf.
Now Landing from Ship Gloucester
AND FOR SAl.Ii BY
LAD!) & CO.
2 cases Colored Cambrics.
Silk Pocket lldkfs.
Black Silk lldkfs.
Sinnet and Duck Hats.
Assorted Fancy Goods, consist
iug in part of Plain and Figured
Muslins; Table Cloths; Irish Lin
en; Thread Kdgings and Insert
ing; Bobbinet Lace; Pic Nic
ami Mohair Shawls; Scarfs and
Chives; Ladies1 Embroidered Silk
and Cotton Hose, etc. etc.
Shell and Horn Combs and nu
merous other articles.
Honolulu, May 21, 10-11. tf.
ISeceiveil jut Ship ttlouceater,
from Boston, und for sale by
J. J. JAKVES.
Tt Bales Brown Shirtings, 4-4.
" Methueu Shirting Stripes, 44
I " Ticking, 31 inch.
I 14 " Denims.
Also 1 barrel Indian Meal.
May ii. tf.