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..... it .1... I..I. E tun iii filtiinul ill l'mr frl I.. i 1
wore a hfldgc m mourning on m iuu huh, m "" J " , """eriyoJ
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rmivocai uiarits oi ap piooanou. iiifhivasoi miscs iihi iimiN, iminun iiiui u. """o ...--v.. :n . , . ., .
.... - . ... . u .ti i'. .. . 1' .....I H mill triiinirr niiiT-ifrmi in iiiiu jr..i I....
GanL'wav hardlv knew w rit to make of! vjen. Daw anl (iav Lussae. I never H and the lames on me icu wmsi. um;.. j - -i-", uui noi
. I .1 . I . IT IB . . . . - ......... I ail I i llintl 11 I A fill., Hl -
.ssioiis occurreu iiirougnum. mu . in". n - - c
principal street and public l Hanapcpe valley, like most ol the ot10r
Tiiiijf unniijr Mien Mini o iii-ikij im i uij, wihi uhv jjmh. i in,aii
it but as he supposed it was a fair wuycould 1:0 into his study without hi cdiinLr pi "cessions oecu
of settling accounts with Jim, he al.jo&my sliins over retoits and crucibles; andfiln Boston, the
grumbled a surly assent. 011 one- occasion I was very near savingn buildings were ti
d V tl.o 1 .it t t ! 11 f t 1 1 Kl ri.rimwc 1 1 i- fa
t he Cap-Mliploma, by swallowing a murderous hall a Jiy the Harlequin wc have received uaics
le. i ue iap-Noipioma, nv swallowing a murderous nana jj hv num-ipim nu huiu ha,viiu uiv
of the parties pint of oxalic acid which was standing iiiHlrom the United States up to March 12th.
c very muzzle Ma drinking goblet on his study table, look-E There is no important political intelligence,
jtida and, af-jfcing as innocent as cold water. FjKurope was tranquil, and the war-flame had
the arrangements were made.
tain kindly furnished each
with a pine, charged to the
with brimstone and assafcetid
tcr a hurried consultation
lev, with closed doors
the place of combat
to behold the air of
rt inn t rirr n muz-il vn
umivauiij, ii ivr-wiTv inwiun.:, Ulil I U Y II1CII IllOSl OI IIS are C.OIIieill WHO MCI H
sai upon iuu countenances oi inese twow is unite cnou" i or a tren cman. It is o n i i . i -i t
. .. .', , . . . i i-ihmi.ii i ' iii' iii. ,l Hoxperienccd in a gale; and sailed again on
imiiYiuuuis. us i ev ioo ncir resoeci vt Htm tmn in in i inr :i t niiciii; inn tm- tn . ... . .. ..
. 'c i i . ' . ti 1 '".!' gthu lirst ol April. Mie has a lull cargo tor
s,a.S ami faccl each other, ready lor lh,Ssec )r. ( . q...to ay....s man and has ,hu , . lh,.sulmwli UkJ-m.
" Z , "f i '"PeS "Ti"0 ,l:Ug,"S f "-"'r " '"S ! '? -als to .N ew Castle. Our market is
!iTlifrfl nnn rt thn cntrti mi vn tlinti 11 i 11 i t i it i n f c
Kinp and at it thev went ' F-i . i ii isuiiuaent lor years to come. D
. anu 1,1 11 lU(v vvtni. fa sides it may be serviceable some time or 3 E.
A furious set-to commenced. Both ofS tl.'.n.r fn ...wiH J lie Jiausaniie, Spalding, arrived in New L'
the combatants exhibited proofs of a you will have a use for it ns mv Miurt!i;m Hot,' l'1'' -tb, nd wns to sail for Vrtl)a-
steady determined courage, which, in thewsa,K tie other dav when I was oiic- tofe1"511" !,n" 0,U)hilu in July. JJev. J. Diell,
field of battle, or in deadly combat, foot Arrive Ben Skinner mv shootinfr jacket R dit-d seven weeks out, on his passage home,
to loot, with sword, with spear, or flrc-gwith the thirteen pockets." tj and was buried at sea
arms, would Have won tor them cvcrlast-M Jnst ,(0 m,(K, ,lim,(1f , H4 The Flora, Spring, hence, arrived Feb.
,.,nj.cun uMiH c iii.u.oaj practical chemist he found that hehadS'. 31 iss Lucy Tluirslun died soon after
n v u-u, .. au u.ucuu, si" i-n..sut sfi.ij ,ju. cr.iniment:" and in his vn-Hher arrival.
aces but neither ll.nched an inch. Atgrious atf(m 0 nnjlIvMJ V(,iriMt,,,N su!,.
linnrth I IniHU' Mm IV ItAcn rkl I nrfgr r nnrrria Itil . . . . 4
0 . 1 . . .... . 'Bstances, having had Ins attention drawn
rimmed with black.
extends inland until it reaches
Ig centre of the island. As it recedes from
LnMcl(ln flirt IVinilllt'ltlia lllWAhin Ll.-I. .
more precipitous, varying their form and a-,
pearance at almost every turn; at times mi
scnting darkened and narrow gorges, throug J
r.i. .... ..... MIIII9 OIIICII IIIU lli;i V II
. m , , ., . ,. KMiiu;t:s, u.niug nun uis aiiemioii irawnsi l ie Governor o cv Zea and has nut al . i
C, "-Still! studv ol that silence Hit 1 irnat l'll-si,is i,u l,is nrvince ainoiinli,,.. virl....l1v I ' "'""tu ",uc "uu "euueira ur I
Ben, who pufled away ...ore l..r.m.sly than 9 ,illlsi!lsn,. cxp.,r,l Wrv swamn and fr. B , . t S ; ? V u.. " !, V'r "" '-V I '' f crtl,q.,k,.,, and ,
,. . . . . ,. . A 0 -fM 111 iiiiMniumv m ii'iiu'se.,an(i ac!U-e(.vft,,1(irfi to ,
conldnot resist an me ,a.,o to eo,l, M ,. ,, ,.. anls , .
H,s an.a-onist regarded this eslnbmon ,ifa,,0 cnn,,,llU., in j)r. niwIoxv Fh.ni Jt 1
weakness with a half gun ('twas a icr,,.. 1. ne .i, .1 h
... f ... . v Melore the eIof ot the sophomores The schoo
could) of dclinrht, and m.-rn roulvnour.S , , ;('' . , w,Pl'"'H " The schooner Ann Howard sold at auc-
cou.ui oi uM.nni,auu unf.iiuou.i pour Jyear, he had exciianged boianv lor nnn-k'tio,, on the 'Uh ult o.irrhnl i,v r
ed in upon him a steady and overpower-feVrolno-r nn,i u !.,, I.,, i.n.i n , , 1 ii S . " " purchased hy (ov.
ingfne or,moreprope,lVspeaking;,,,CJ, ?00, fr a government
until the poor fellow" fainted on ihe spot I L'1 Z Td- She is now called the Kekauhmhi.
i e ,i ; . , , . . ' .'the University, he dropped mineralogvM
... ..' ii . i i iVllsl titi'iiiei in uie ouue, excepi mat oi
in.,1 the poor fellow fainted on he spot -,ho ;. ,ie ,, , ,'ni,H,ra():TV
tnd fell I gloriously on the field of honor !,, emor,.( ; a J,, of zoolo
i i vjuii.twii . na atjtjii tin i t: 1:1111111 1 1 "a
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! ir cr - .1 . 1 1 S!lll, ,l,tJ same aruor as ever, ixouung
T"a 1'Tf '"ffi?""!' Ya le'nb"' ,l10 '"s' nctl.o.licnl and patient in
dared that he was fully satisfied, and waslLi.... 11 1 1 '
. 11 1 . . jauusiry wouui nave enaoieu mm 10 o off
warmly congratulated by Ins shipma.es. Bout t tem ,,,, .MCCCMfuv lvilho, so.
t! AT-...LI -1 At.. le .11 ..1
nuvcrineiess, suortiy auer me oauie,
while he was rinsing his mouth with soan-
suds, with a convulsive twist of his wiry
teatures, which gave his ace the scm
blance of a pitch pine knot, he declared
111 his most emphatic manner that what
ever might he the consequence, he would
never fight like a gentleman again !
BY JOHN FR09T, EDITOR OF THE WEEKLY MES
" Keep a thing seven years and vou'll
riously interfering with the classical and
mathematical lessons which were necessa
ry for maintaining his rank in class but
he did maintain it to the last.
To bo ConlirniO'k
m t " 1. 1 i iiiTrrrmrrrwrirr
llonoluin, Saturtlav, August 7, 1S.U,
l V M M li , l l: a 1 L 1)
in the extreme. The rush and flow of h
ing lava while dame Nature was enTao-efl
piling up the mountans which form the barl
ground must have been terrible. Some a
pear to have been cast up at one convuki
throe, presenting bold and gigantic fronts-)
thers seem now to be struggling for exis
nee among rivals which crowd and i,ru
Rthem down. In some nlacestliev ntiMlii..i
yr 1 J ,--',
ly up, then, as if wearied by the effort th(
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pest. At others they were overwhtlnitd I
i sonic more nowerlul torrent of larva, or U
I cast back its streams in burning bilU
which hrokc, and cooled into many a sing,
y lar shape. They are to be seen in all :l
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iuihis uiuuii niu iiui iiquiu assumes VH
hiiu scauereu larai,
V 1 1 III 11 7i !...'.. 1 1 , e R ' 1 ' " ? 'V f UK li V I in s hnc f of inrt mm. lntl nn. ,1
before Jim in soite of -iH his mrn'mln, H " , ' A ' '!ru l" !P ' ir-fltM a prohibition. J he duty was also to be I,. , .1 V 1
Detore. Jim, in spit, ot all his stiurgle.s . . . n.MI1vnf ; ,1 .iles,.v. nnd nrtn-fe .... ... . ' ut' rocky sides ol the mountains show now J
J". -' "I . ( I'M 111(11' 11 1(1 Illl KTi Id 111 IIiii nnniilrii ..H,.. .. R . A
hundre.l new plants to Ki........:.. -.. 1 1 J a fethe.r irregular piling and distorted y, ii,Mi
E directions which the liquid lava took after
I f.und a vent from its original bed. At son
points the mountains appear to have bet
rent violently asunder, presenting sides
-unnorm appearance. At others, the lava
its downward course, seems to have sudden
ly cooled on either side of the stream, whil
the interior flowed on, until it discharged it
sell into the sea, where it formed shoal
which are now overgrown with coral. Su
is the fact with this valley, Waimea, i
Jua, and others. In all of these a rich e
has formed, which is now covered with
heavy growth of timber, and dense rnas
of mosses and ferns.
The rock over which the cascade at Ha
napepe falls, is of itself a curosity. I:
height is about two hundred feet, and it
shape circular, and its sides of smooth ind
rated lava, columnar and overhanging t.'
summit. It seems ns if the lava in rushir
swiftly on had suddenly recoiled, the upp
crust and body of it cooled in its first pn
St ion, while all beneath flowed awav. leawr.
a the projecting mass to sustain itself us it
Hanapcno vallcv which formorlv contain-
f'd a numerous and warlike nnmilutinn,!
rapidly becoming depopulated. Its inha!;
Hiams are leaving it for more eligible mfwl'
procuring work; but the principal cam'
the number of deaths, which in proportion t
births of Into years has been eight to one.
DKIITINGS FROM MV JOUKXAL.-K0. 6.
ADDRESSED BY PETER GOABOVT TO HIS COUSIN
Halfway between Koloa and Waimea is
the valley of ilanapepe, which aflords some
of the most remarkable views that there are
upon the island. After passing Wahiawa,
a fertile tract of country, partially overgrown
with wild sugar-cane, you come suddenly
upon the brink of this valley, which on both
sides presents steep and precipitous banks of
ft many hundred to some thousand feet in
IV, 11. ...
I height, and accessible onlv nt Jl Cow lillilo
Wc have received the mournful w As thev annmaeh the
ji . im 11 j . . . ...n j iiiiirn.i.
a !.. 1 1 ' 1. . 1 . . .. . 1 .1 , .... J . '
fiiniciliscnce OI tHe DKATII Oi GEX.rr1"" l,,c crense in Height, presentimr ner-
3 . 11 ! I . . "
apenuicuiar masses ot red lava columns,
3 pierced by many caves. A fine stream runs
g through the valley, on cither side of which
have a use for it, is a maxim of domestic, a y jr p nnicnv i)r,
economy which used to be reverenced hyP ' AKtllIN' I.KSIDENT oj
our grandmothers before stonm and elee-lc bill ted Stales. He (lied April
tro-maynetism came into fashion. hesi ltli. 1 us t onn month nfrpp hr w-.t
saying is as true now as ever it was, niniginiMiariirnffid. Ho w mnnh hoInv,l
it is as applicable to matters of intellect 8 r , V 1
'' .. Jiimrl ro':nnp ni hr oil i,...,. 1 1f to to in in iitnnt nl t u .i..... mi
and science as to odds and ends sreh n u jMiues, anuM . . , H reireai. jne,r
arc accumulated bv time in the pid-eon 8llis t'ath is considered a ctreat na-B,7,,1c,al un,ct wcI,wtwcd under the haik.
holes and drawers of an old desk, or n.r-fc itional calaniitv. All united in L-E J! T u I!"1 -T Us mUth- T,u,
rnt h.mtr mm K,.,., :tn 1 . . " . . Miiatives ol all the islands seem verv rpnir-
bably for the
sport of sea-
j, w lv.,, ,ni -y uiu passionate v ;u .
porous, you will earn jour liviti- bv thutB! " " . X 'hcted and a pretty sight it is, to see the ft remarks, on the subject of Slander:
...i.:..r. .... 1 .1 . s L1 w liririoil tl.-if .ill A . 1. . . . . , 1 R3 it. .. 1 ... . . ht.t . J '
unieu urn nave inus resi rved, or at an v Ed "'""J uurc kuui i umn sexes on their surf-boards 1 ,Mni 1 H:vl "vself peculiarly (iiialilku 1
n.i ..-....r. I. ...1 : 1. ... . . eI.i '.II .. ..:. : .1. 1 . 8 e 1 vi .1 1 .. 'IB..: 1 1 r.
iui .-..uiu iiitia ueciueiu ui.'iv uirii "in uiaic ill MM K! 1 lL'Ll ()(1 in ov-'""" " nu-riy uiuiu me neavv n. .r ...hih: auvicc. or rnrrci-t 1 m ...nnnPN n li
. - , " fJ El "'"I CS . -ivvi 1U IIIUIIIIW
lirfilitiililit.tcrt Im , i . . . XI ! I' I .., I. .,......... I i . Pi . i w,c- ,1 ..1 . . 1 i
i 'l". : n press t neir svinnut hps in t ion-r.mm W" n,MJ,v "
Mn KniTOIt I he" lenvn ihroililll tl
medium of your paper to present totlio-
wuo may choose to read them, some W
My friend, Jerry dodowny, experienced n .
this. Twenty years a-o, when we werel r. '
at Cambridge together, Jerry was a spir-l IVcsident TvLKU
i . i. ..i .....i.i , i I Mi.
pushing their boar
ivanco seaward, diving beneath each rVrli..
wave, until they have reached the outer ex
I tea youth almost at the head ol his class :S us stiitinn. ffi TVTMcf.irn 1 v... Htren.itv ofiho hrinkrrs ii...n n.
and an heir to an independent fortune.,., ;im, n:itr.;nf;f. gini1 ;r ti gselves flat upon their suppoit. like b,,v .
Ihs acknowledged talents ami the caseg.;' " ? .V'" ' ."-" his snow-sled, they dart inshor, .it . .
I i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 I N II' VI UV irn M M' r' t w w I M ... . . " w
with which he maintained his rank in tlmBmPnts ,,c vovs ure lull v carried
lass, enabled him to direct his aiteiitionfeoiit, the coiinlrv will onet; ninrf ro
. ... . . . . . K . . .
io a variety oi sciences ami pursuits, which Hjoice in peace and prosperity.
w UUIVI AJJ IHV Will J- U "
merit as a part of his regular course of
other element. At one timelj ,,,m'.s ,,n(l pl:lce ; but merely to awaken-
aids before, them as they ad-fcj 'M)s5s'',' somc flections in the minds
the principles of charity and rectitude, ac
o foul an abuse of the powers of speech
and to endeavor to allay somc of tliedu
which is blown about by the breath f
calumny. It is not my intention to t;
nnro. ....I .1 . . . .
I'nawnui, or in me slighted degree to i
fie the feelings on any single individual
rapidity of lightning, uj on the crest of the
waves, merrily shouting all the while. dnh-
in" nrul fsnlnsliinrr nlunn i.'ll
e -I -- t, "&, mi wunin a lew
feet of the rocks, on which with your breatl
nan ueia irom tear, you have been momen
. i r t . . .- . u .... riHin iiciu Hum inn you nave been m.nnnn
study ; and truly he used the liberty thusg 'Ihe fourteenth of May was set apart byfctarily expecting them to strike to the tk"
afforded hun without stmt or hindrance g Preside nt Tvm.h as n day of National Fast-gof life and lirnb; but which b a del .
At one time he jomed the Hermetic Ch,bing and Prayer, the occasion of the death movement of their limbs ,hev avcSd aH . n
and studied chemist rv. con arnore- Then feof Pres. IIARIHSiOV ti... : S , : . n.a0ld' and null
all his ,a.L .iciu,,; ,., ,u,rS of a ciSar g ,,,, ,,, i .u,i8,. .f;;
To Slander, hr JolllJ
t 1 - I M 111 J
is, to censure falsolv h. thnrnforeulio
gnilty of slander, is, in plain terms, gw'1
mjcuoou, one of the most hateful w
despicable of viJotoe the
- - ii v lumiv -
of (rod,nnd sets at defiance the most lof
.V oi all things, truth ; by the secret or
cious tongue, he (KTri