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i.l n ti A nrrea nmnnnruil In tU.. . t
11140 U ,,v iw! wv,mifwivw V4 U
furmer times, very low.
Blort, (for the same period.)
I'noDt'cc or thr Sanq. Isls.
Rullack Hides, IjOJ, at $2 each, & lO.UOO
i,at Skins, I8.0J0 at .13 cts ea.. 4,140
jr,nvn Sugar, k),OJJ lbs. at 5 cts., 3,00J
M Iases Syrup, 6,0. U gals. tf.-J cts., I. itfj
i.lt, 1 ,80 J barrels, at - - - - vf,i50
jerm Oil, vessels fitted from Hono
lulu, 410 bbls.. at g.M per bbl., 9,900
Irr-nv R'Hit, ill.OO ) lbs. at 4 cts , 3,30
uiiJijci, vi.. I ulii Hapou, (a moss,)
Mustard bocd, Leat lobaccu,
Cnuo Nut Oil, etc., 2,090
alt and Fresh Provisions, Vegeta
bles, etc., 'etc., a dd to Men ot
War, Whaling and Merchant
Total amount of exports, nat. prod. GJSO
Remarks. This year's crop of sugar and
Violates has not yet been exported. The
ijtiantity produced far exceeds that of last
tear, and will continue to increase yearly.
I)ving to the kapu on killing wild bullock,
lid by the King for five years, from 1840,
j enable the number to increase, the a
ount of hides exported this year is small,
bd will be still less while the kapu remains
force. Heretofore from 3,000 to 9,000
yes have been exported annually. Not
Lithstand.ng the facts above stated, it will
e seen thar the amount of exports already
Vxceeds that of any former year. The visit
f the U. S. Exploring Squadron to these
stands was very beneficial to so small a
rading community a large amount of ujon-
ty was put into circulation, giving the na-
ives an opportunity to sell a large amount
fcf provisions, etc., and the merchants the
means of making profitable remittances to
SHIPPING OWNED AT HONOLULU.
By citizens of the U. States,
Bark Don Quixote, - - - - 2G0 & 10,000
Brig Lama, 144 8,300
Brig Maryland, ------ 100 15,500
Brig Bolivar, r - 21 6,000
Sen. Hawaii, 37 2,".!0D
Sch. Pilot, - 40 1,200
Ey English subjects.
Tons, 773 $33,400
- - - - 160 $,0)
.... 100 4,000
Total, - - - - tons, 1,031 846,400
Seven small Schooners owned by natives.
ARRIVALS PF FOREIGN VESSELS.
Nation. Whaling Ves .Merc Ves.
United States, - -- -50--- - 14
England, ----- - 3 - - t - 13
France, - - r - - - - 0 - - - r 2
JMexicu, - -- -- -- 0---- 1
Vessels or War.
'nited States Ship Vineenncs,! Exploring
'nited States Ship Peacock, Squadron,
'njted States Brig Porpoise, C Wilkes,
Lnited S. Sch. h lying Fisfi, J Esq. .Com.
L. S. Shin St. Louis. F. Forrest. Com.
STATISTICS OF SCi.OOLS.
iWiunii, . . . .
uilm, . . . . .
J'ailuku, - . . .
Lhtinu, . .
M M) l() , . . .
pnolie, - . -
Q'lVlulu I, . . .
lf'iKlu 2, .
Ulilin, . . . .
Hoa, . . . . .
rwiea, . . .
I ,X0j sflol 250' 560 100
63' 2if) 55
60 356, 50
CO. p35 124
308 2-K) 00 65
At this place, on the morning of the ?5th
ult. Airs Lovisa C. Musv, wile of Mr Be'
thuel IMnnn, aged 31 years.
Mrs Munn was a member of the Ameri
can Mission, which, in connexion wilh her
husband and two children has sustained a
great loss in her death. Her disease was a
consumption of the lungs
POST OP HOiMOLULU.
Aug. 29, Ship 31ilton, Tuckcrman, New
liedlbrd, 10 inus. 3tf0 sperm, I6UU
Sept. I,. Ship Fama, Hoyer, Boston, 1000
whale, 6 j sperm.
Sch Pilot, Kauai.
Haw. Sch. Hawaii, llilo.
Haw. Sch. Paalua, Kauai.
Am JJrig Lama, Jones, California
Aug. 23, Haw. Sch. Paalua, Kauai. .
29, Haw. Sch. Kinau, Kauai.
2'J, INI i I ton, Tuckerman, to cruise.
Sept. 2, Brig Wave, Moore, Canton.
3, Haw. Sch Pearl, l.ahainar.
3, Haw. Sch. Pilot, Kauai.
At Hilo, Hawaii, 1st inst, Ship Glouces-
mm . .
tcr, llapgoou, to sail lor Uahu m ten days.
In the Hawaii, from Hilo, Mr Benjamin
Pitman, jr. and J.ady. ,
ust of american siiifn.ng at tahiti, from
January 1st to June 30tii 1841.
Jan 12, ship Alciope, Clapp, of Boston,
brig I aina, Jones, do. Feb 2, bark Don
Quixote, Paty, do Fob 4, ship Alexan
der, Stitson, JVcw Bedford, 25 mos llOb'
bbls sperm. I3ti, ship Swift, Toby, Nw
Bedfrd, 48 mos b00 wh 1300 sp. loth,
ship Henry Clay, Saycr, Nantucket, 14 mus
1 050 sp. 2bth, Splendid, Cofliii, JMgur
ton, 14 mos 1250 sp. i.'Clh, Almira, Toby,
Edgarton, 15 mos 050 sj). March llen-r
ry Astor, Pinkham, Nantqckot, 13 mos 600
sp. 5th, Barclay, Bnrney, .Nantucket, I
mos 300 sp. 5th, Atlantic, Hoy, Nantuck
et, 22 mos 150 wh 900 sp. 5th, bark Fiank
lin, Butler, New Bedford, 20 mos 40 sp
5th, U. S Ship St Louis F. Forrest, C"in
mander. Bth.Balma. I.ucao. New Bedfurd.
39 mos IGOOsp. tith, London I'ackct, J
Howlaiul, rair Haven, l mos mjuu pperm.
1 2th, Trident, Uicketson, New Bed bid, 30
mns 1300 sp. 13th, Tiuiwleon, Bavles, New
Bedford, 15 mos GOO sp. I4tli, bark North
America, Bichnrds, New 1 ond n, 17 mos
G.'O sp. I5tbf ship Zone, Hitler, Nantuck
et, 22 mos 100 p. Hlth, Thvbe. Allen,
Nantucket, 32 mos 14)0 sp ICth, bark
Hquator, Fisher, New Bedford, H mos 00
sp. 1 9th, ship Columbus, Gardner, Nan
tnckct,22 mos 10 ) sp. 2Gtb, burk Geo
Champli'n, Brown, Newport, 17 mos 1 100
f :rd, 28 mos 2000 sp. '.'I th, Wm, Roach,
It Toby, New Bedfoid, -0 in s 55 sp.
til, C(ilex, (iardner, New Bedf-nd. 27th,
Kingston, Rawson, Nantucket, 10 mos 3ti()
sp. 27th, IMilo, F M Gardner, New Bed
lord, 27 mos 2100 sp. 30th, Enterprise,
n. hi; ii Mnrlhn'A Vinpvnrd. 31. IHOi) so
3lst, Jos. Slarbuck, S. Wilbur, Nantucket,
. . . s- a i a. 1 f ..il.
'o mos .'uu sp. aisr, uames joptr, uiu
cart, Nantucket, 33 mos 1500 sp.
A ( c r t s c v c i s .
(Society hlandt )
TOUCHING AT MAUI AND HAWAII.
The fast sailing Brig HAN
NAH, George Norton Com
mander, Will sail for the above
ports on Wednesday the 8t!i of Septcm-
her. For Freight or Passage apply to the
Master on board, or to the undersigned.
F. J. GREENWAY,
Honolulu, Sept. 3, 1841.
Brass Kettles, Files, Hatchets, Adzes,
Axes, Ship and Broad Axes, Geiman Sil
ver, Briltanna and Iron Tea and Tublc
Spoons, Soup Ladles, Cork Screws, Pen
and Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors,
Shears, Knives and Folks, Ivory Han
dled ditto, in setts of 51 pieces, Sewing
and Sail Needles, Mill, Pit, Cross-Cut,
Hand, P annel, Back and Key Hole Saws,
Wood Saws in frames, Steelyards, Patent
Balances, Coilec Mills, Fry, and Sauce
Pans, Elastic Slates, Toilette, Satira und
Fancy Looking Glasses, Thermometers,
Silver and German Silver Pencil Cases,
Trowels, Ship Scrapers, Chest, Draw and
Loor Locks, Paint, Floor, and Whitewash
Brushes, Hooks and Eyes, Gimblels, Bitts
and Braces, Patent and Common Augurs,
Paste Blacking, Shaving Soap, Glue Pots,
Tinned Tea Kettles, Copper Pumps,
Shovels, Spades, Bench Planes, Plows
and Moulding Tools, Butts, Hinges,
Screws, Brads and Tacks, Blind and Sash
Fastenings, &.c. &e. For sale ly
L AD D ct CO.
August 23, 1811.
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
HAVE FOR. SALE
25 Chests Superior Pekoe Tea.
20 Piculs Manila ColTee.
5 Kegs Long Twist Tobacco.
5 Boxes Short Twist Tobacco.
Best Cavendish Tobacco.
Fine Cut Tobacco.
30 Spanish and $ Spanish Cigars.
25 dz. Claret Wine.
, GO doz. Old Port Wine.
10 qr. Casks S. iMadeira Wine,
6 qr Casks Madeira Wine.
6 qr. Casks Sherry Wine,
50 doz. Champagne Cider.
300 Boxes Soap, No. 1.
20 Boxes Soap, No. .
35 Boxes Window Glass.
1 1 Bales Brown Sheeting.
IG Cases Am. and Eng. Prints.
G Cases Bleached Sheeting.
2 Bales Union Ticks.
2 Bales Sutl'olk Drills.
2 Cases 4-4 Blue Cotton.
American and China Goods,
FOR SAl.g BY
JOHN 2s CO IX OUT).
A Jargo assortment of American GooDsf
suitable for this market.
Powchong and Pekoe Teas.
Black Silk. Black Satin.
Black Silk; Handkerchiefs.
Honolulu, Aug. 20th, 1841.
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
Have for Sale
Brown Linen. Super Webb Braces. Su
per India Rubber Unices Cotton Bandan
na lldkfs I are Cotton Flas Hdkl's. Im
itation Pongee lldkfs Colored Cotton Half
Hose. White Cotton Hnlf JIosp. Imiin.
tion Linen Cambric lldkfs. Super Linen
Camhric Hdkl's. 1 aige Choppas. White
and Brown Linen Thread. Russia Sheet
insj. Ravens Duck. White Linen Drills.
French Linen. Mourning Lawns. Black
B'inibazine. Colored Bombazine. Russia
Diaper. Check Muslin. Jaconet Muslin
Check Cambric, f-tripc Cambric. White
Cambric. Super White J.incn. Birds Eye
Diaper. Linen Damask. Printed Linen
Drills. Stripe Linen Drills Assorted Sew
ing Silk. Stay Lacings. Pearl Shirt But
tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea
Jacket Buttons. Figured Vrst Buttons.
Figured Cout Buttons. Black hiik CinuU.
Patent Pins, Crash. Mcuj de 1 nine.
Vesting. Pantaloon Cheek. .vuii;inir Ch t'.i.
Plaid C ape de Lyons. 'ii;c EiininU.
Broadcloth, Black. Satin Strij.-n C holly.
Ladies' Glovts. Ladies Sciirls. Prrssid
Crapes. Swiss Figuicd Mi slin. Fr nch
Muslins. Suleiutus. Dru d Ap les nt
megs. Allspice. Malmsey ine, extia.
Paste Blacking. Pipes. I nihil s Cassi;i.
Gaiter Boots. Gcuth inen' oil Pe tn.
Ale. Nails. Fine Ivory C mhs. Teth
Brushes Camhletcrns. An ass ilnu nt of
Stationery. Ladies' Kid Slices. 1 udith
A select ussoitinent of Cut nnd Precd
Glass Ware. ciisi."tjt .f Deeanters, Wiiio
(ilusses, Cake Dishes, Lamps, Tuinbleu,
Dour Knobs, ijults, etc.
Honolulu, May 27, 1&-H. ptf.
Have lately leceived per Brig Joseph
Peadody from China, the following
named articles, whsch they oiler fqr
sale on low terms :
1200 pieces 30 yds ca 4-4 Blue Cotton.
220 ' " 3r4 Blue Drill.
2 casrs fine English Long Cloth.
1000 pair China Shoes.
21 eases Pearl Sago.
375 pieces 4-4 Bleached Cottons.
52 Setts China Lacquered W'ash Ba
. sins, ea 3.
48 4 do. do. do. ca 2.
10 Rattan Clothes Baskets.
8 bags ea 1 picul Manila Coflee,
33 .1. Manila Cigars.
400 Manila Hats.
23 Trunks Clothing, Nankin and Silk.
20 M. Macao Guars.
2300 pieces Blue Nankins.
900 pieces Yellow Nankins.
30 Rolls White nnd Red floor Matting,
300 boxes Souchong Tea ca 10 lbs.
I 20 " Peckoo
COO " Congou
of the best quality.
Honolulu, August 12, 1S41. tf.
17 boxes Superior Pekoe Tea, 10 lbs. each.
10 pieces White Figured Pongee Hhdkfs.
For Sale by J. J JAR ES.
This Tea was selected by a first rate
judge, and is said to be of the bet lot ex
ported from Ching this year.
July 31, la-ll. eptf.
E. If. B0ARS9JAN, .
Watch inn licr nml Jeweller
Having recently established himself at
Honolulu, will give his faithful attention
to any business in his profession that n ay
be commjth d to him. He wjjl bu con?
stanlly supplied with
of the best quality, and a choice assort
ment of JEWELRY.
Honolulu, June 12, 1841. tf.
PEIKCE & BREWER,
Honolulu, Islancl of Onlm,
HAVE Constantly on hand and fop
sale on liberal terms, Merchandise impor.
ted from the United States, England
Chili, and China, and adapted to thp
trade cf the
N OUT II PACIFIC,
They ofier to purchase the productions
of the Sandwich Islands, and pf CalifoN
nia ; and Bills pf Exchange on England,
France, Russia and the United Stated-.