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'CD.Ti:.r;.ir, yort MBr.R 14. ivvo
Taa rli.i l.eur.je lr, rn n-.ia- lluiiickim,:. apa-r... 4T
nr port an Ute W h aiaaw. , O.rir.oa: u :ui Franciso) p;-r
tbar, 2Jo alt., but b-j Kjta-ru biJ. She a.lvia-. the arrival of
lb frwri Paitmrr no the linn, at .an fmnciaeo, tu Mil f r
thi oo thr 3.1 (ama-nt, ami w.auUI pmUWy bring the 1". f . mail
a the 211 Spt., ami I4 0a..a-r,ii avati.ticiaaiJ l.j the l.otw
lo aai raortIjr afta-r her.
Waiuiu. !inni our Ut, It wtaala-ra bare aitaral nor art,
i.ta of whom, tlae Eleelra. Brown, nt N. L., baa tlx: t-rit hmt
hail of the seaon, aay l.rjuO bbl. wb; an-l 22.M0 11m.
irwU io all have taaucJseaJ hera thus far, the arerce of bje
ratrb, W 4J UaU. wb. 11 (eaorl laae aajel a -v--t week
from aor aWtaor. Ba.aa.tlj far home.
Ucam. The wbaie ship Rapid, of N. aM., uuaicr raVarla-r for
thar Phaatnis Islaiaat OuaiaO Co-, uilnl oo the lUO, frar I'taairnix
IsUiwl. The white bip Arctic, of N. B, Las bn rbartrrrd
by I he AnMTkCaa Guano Co., lo tn! at itaLv Uarxl, at a rr
pncted rate of li prr ton.
MiacWatTrass The Radujt his an -;. 1 a lull freight of
1 ami toe, aivl will wit at an earfe- ajte. The ship Siam
arrive! on the lOxh, 149 days fram IV-k.o, 'apt. K.w reports
lijfht triad on th Atlantic ii.l, arar had al I aias fmtn the t'ajae
to liaaaj port. The Mvf Ellen arrive.! firm Finland, O. T-, -o
ttakta- Tb llanbuiK Lark lltrb-trg.ttum U-Hiatkoiig on the
11th. uad the bo Cor kiltr, fnam ti.a- iu port, a-n r-.ute
Bar Valpu-aia, arrived w th 13Ui, anal ana-laor"! aaul..i.le the
reef, anal aaileal ata-n Sana da jr. Tlae faaruxa- tanaUatl.t Hongkong
alatra lu the 2th of liuiut, and the Ult-r to Uie 9th ' f ?ept.
We notice no cbonse "t impnrtanre in the inArLrt, iiice Ihr
adficcs rcid ia ! Fnuci:o V-r Cowf.
Accn. Sjilch. The itovk of V. h-tctr. waf cbiwl out at
aoctina oo the 1 Id aod Ue rura rulizrl, were cer
tainly the beat of the ar!.
Taaoa Cootiuues brut, but thr awxint d'liie n liui.tnl. Io
uW, wa qoute :
ArtLt OrrK h, , .vrv 4.7rn, 42 10 4i l.')C. V U-
Bur Nutwithitaadinir the addi'-iuo t our market, of the
importation per 5owt, our u.uotJtti'.fM fur Aui. are ill iw
11 W bbL, Hawaiian 1 10 Si f 1 4.
Po Salr 3 Z0 r bU.
Corns CoDtuios in demaiul at Ur td COc. 4 &.
Ciaaj CuO 31 Manila No. Z. ciuuiifcl banJ before the arri
val of the jrary,oo prirate terms, leatruiK hut a small quan
tity in Snt hand. The impittatiura T llarburg, are 100 M
No. 1, Vi M No. 2, -ta M So. 3 Illmna hapl, ami 10 31
rahrllm. ami 10 M Londres, the two latter brands, hi-h priced
kml auperiiir article.
Ucsxica We notice an ad.lil,u tu our at-ck r Ilnrlunj,
Ixiu-40 M frt N. W,e .V.wy w. 17 M.
jw4J-Cedar, e Mar) Elen, i&tl'.if M
Uan II.OuO Iba e Afovy Ellrn. 60 lie f tb-
;riua Continues firm. The Kulon PLtutatiua omomrnml
friodinf oo the 12th inst. and we may kioii look f-f the new
crop to be to markrC
MoUutnSK Scarce at Me f ral.; an addition to our stuck
may be shortly expected.
Kicif 43.s Whaler bills may be pitt-d at 3 2 Z per crtiL
djasoont. of Laluina Cotwulate I ili-t wrre sold to-day at
b per cetit.
liATKST DATKS. rrreirrtl nl Ihia OfTJce.
i'an rraniro fvt. 16
CauDia. N . i Oct. 1
New 1 r,(r ;. . . i-l"t. 1 1
t-l-rapiiic .-pt. 1
!tfln. f p-r. . . . Aaz. Cfl
t:ir graphic. .S' 't- 10
I'ar.n Aur. -w
ll..'.rk.,i.r Ai:jt. -i
ii-jr. N.?. V. ...Juntr 0
! IIsmbvw at HomoIuIm. in Xmrmbfr.
y. h. m. I !v. li. m.
LaxtQuartrr.. i lo 46 A. ! If! yu:irt. r.. l'i lo 1 A.
la J 4 4. full M.-.i. i-J 1 i M.
r.ia San '' r (:! !. ut Nov. So In 4.
Voa LaHai.ta - r Kii. n, ih ,
poitt or norJciaULTj. u. i.
Ilcporti of Vlu(cshij)5.
Hark .ViVr, IiTJin, ri-rt Went frora this p.rt to Itn-ka
Hay while there, sax 5T1Q hiile nt.re only; U.wefl, hut
there ti-iuf a Iwavy thinner :-.nii at the t me, was not aMe m
ca4ure any. In Die Ji-an Sea. saw 2 whale during the ni nlh
of ApriL Went into ihe K!i.Aa in May. but saw no whalrs
there previous to thfr i'M July saw only three that tuofilh.
i raw the next rpt. ST, S and S'J one each day. Had thick fog
I m-t of the eau. Ix ft the tea H.1. I ; ha.l ro'-lerate weather
; down, jvi.ruary in lat. 5 31 N lon-. Hi 42 at t-15
) I. M., 1' iv-iJ ovr a ulilell r-ef, with very little nm u sjare,
I the i.mi l-ejnr .l.-.i;lv vinle on each side of the vessel, and the
j man al.ft reported breakers on one side. The l ark was In-.'ore
' the wii.,1 at the tune, and was idy two minut I between the
rocks. ;-he heading in the un-glade, which prevent the
earli-r discovery of the dan.'er.
IiarK tiratttude, 1'avis, frjin (Hrhotsli. reMrt I! id much
By the Muff Ellt is, account sales of Hawaii: n prIucr were
rrcrived as (jIIows :
Scoaa 8c & 9c tb.
M-IaA!ss 3c ( ration.
Swarr Cora-roe ac 4 tb.
lite 13c IT !b
u tajoicstic produce, the Hlowinif were the quotations :
fUH l-J1 1 H V barrel.
H iui White. e iHUltel ; led. the same.
Oars 33c 66 3jc ? buibel.
liar U f ton ; in wale, 15 & f 13.
1'oTaroioi iie 6t 37c.
Osh3 SOc 4 bushel.
Laan W: tb-
HacoS Aides, 16c ; shoullers. 11c ; liams, IS SOc.
trmi-Ii kers. 1'Jc it) 16c 4 jh ; freh rolls, SSc (S Sic.
Arrui (ireen. le r ac t tt i dried, ISc fif lie.
( stoie-lse 4jr !h-
Kocs 'tie W 3oc ozco.
Can nv Voung, 3 ; old, t dozen.
"P e following is the latest from China :
HoxoKoxu, August 20, 1S0O.
Ru ( Sales amount to only 17,u0 pec j Is of all kinds, and
the stock Is estimate. I at Od.000 h-cu1 in first, and 31.UU0 peculs
in Second hands. We 'juote: iaiu, carfto, $1 80 (S f - li,
white $ii a $2 40; BenpaL, carpo. ii lo OH $ ' 4tl , Java,
canto, $i 10 H $2 20, white 1 S5 liz) S 4u ; Arracwn, $1 TO 60
$1 SO; Kanjroon.$l W 1 05; Vloco. S30 ffl $2 34; Pan
jraainan, (2 24 66 2 ; SuaJ, $2 40 S J2 45 ; Saipin, 2 26
mw $2 34; Ningpo. - 24 ii J2 34 ; cleaned and packed for
California, Chirm No. 1 while, of tlie new crop, can he settled
f.w at $4 20 66 4 24 ; fctan aud Manila are quoted at J3 40 66
$3 ftu, with sales of 3OU0 peculs.
tciiA Iurini; the paat (mnicht a xond demand has existed,
cmoseil hf the purchasing of cargo t vessels loading hence to
the CnKed tftates. and prices fur white, of common quality have
advanced SOc 8 dbc V pecul tales comprise 4.0UO peculs of
white, and &.0OO peculs of brown, leaving a stock of 4,000 peculs
of the former, anil 30UO peculs of the batter grade. We quote
No. 1 white at f S 90 49 $1 ; No. i white, fo 0 SO 6 70 ; No. 3
white. $0 30 ; No. 4 white. Ii $5 25 ; No. 1 brown, $3 56 66
$3 W ; and No. 2 brown, $J 4i it - 50.
Co.u Amenran Anthracite, ft 66 $9 : Enrlish steam, 15
3 117 ; Sydney. $10 66 $11 ; Japan, $o 66 $H. nominal.
Ll' Mixes A (air business ha been done (sr this steamer,
hot we have oo chance tat report In the rates ruling at the date
of war last circular ; sterling hills at 9 months sight are quoted
at 4 8J t Bank, and 4 10 (or private crotiu. Bills oo Bombay
are selling at It 234 ; bar stiver, 7 to 7J cent. remiam ;
syeee, 64. 66 Si f cent, premium ; gold leaf. $J2 SO f tael ;
gofct bars, $22 oo tael ; Copper cash. $19 & pecnl.
f saf.urs ILUes for Lontion and Liverpool are 3 ; for Nt-w
York, $10 O $15; and fur ran rancisco,9 6t $10 ton.
AreraTisa liKako At Co.
Tbas The lrirrs which this mail takes rwrd are incoo
s stent and anprrelente4. There has lieen a large amount of
wosiness done. The political state of affairs apears to be much
drewled both by Chinese and ft-reia-ners, that while the former
harry their leas In market in hot baste, t convert them into
money, the latter eagerly pick them np as they arrive, without
regard tw quantity, at almutft any prices which may be asked
for them. The consequence Is that the market has been swept
of all desirable teas, and a very large comparative export the
result. Whether the supply will run short or not, is a subject
that loo many opinions have been hazarded about ; but this is
certain, that, at the present moment , teas suitable for the Lon
don or New York markets caa scarcely be had at any price.
The Canton market is of coarse crippled I y the stoppage of com
mwuicaUrm. and so is that of the Muuigbae. but. even so, the
lack of enuudence and the want of accommodation, must neces
sarily cheek culture and manipulation in the producing districts.
Froas toe met of the quality of fonchow teas falling o J, it may
saSrry be inirrred that the hulk of the yield has been sent to
market- Oreroad Trmtr Rrptrrt.
from the ctasmercial article of the San Francisco Hullrtin,
we learn that
The printed advice are silent in regard lo Provisions : pri
vate urreapuwaeacw notes that floor had fallen, and Uallego
could beqootedot $12. Beef and pork were lower: selling in
acertioaal cases at $24, with a prospective decline fur expected
arrival. Freucht gradations are given below : the supply of
toae io the suatbern waters was very full, and ships eager to
accept oilers Ui eta ploy meiit- From Manila, dates are to Aug.
Xi ; from bat!, lo July SKh. From nritlier quarter do we
fH anything of interest. At Manila, the Tuiteo was bavlins;
Slar ir the Sao Francisco Kr finery.
Nov. S Am wh bark J. !'. M est. Tinker, f:u iVh'jtsk, 2o p.
4o wh. 4XI l.u. s- ii.ii : i;5 up. l'MAi wh. 11 ooO
bone, rvjii:: 4 -4 !: '.'! li.4jJO bn, on buunj.
9 Ilar. brig Mary Kliei.. IS-onett, lt days fui 1' .rtlnd,
i ri'.n, w.:h lun r. fruit, etc
8 Sch I1Uvh, Akotii, from Kvawaka-u and Iihaiiia,
9 Am wh ship lliilniart. Little, fm I.iliaina. off and on.
'J-Ani ah h:p uii l...-t..o Haul lj,h, Irom . (...:-k ,
ad. fi.nj'j le.tie. S'i- i. ; luOu wh, ll.OiXi bone,
V"ae ; lo.jll wh, o'.l i-.ne. on biar I.
V Am clipi r snip lieorg- 1-e. lUr.t-.w. 14 days from
5aii Jraiicisco en route I- llontjk'Cg. faileil
a.'airi imineili ttefy.
9 llaw. steam-r Kilauea. I'erriil, fm Kawaihae, Laliaina
and internieiliaie larniiin.'. with 34 head cattle, 6
calves. Go- h- ep, 5m l-rls leef, 4 brls tallow. G boxes
lii'Ue, and a e-t of native frei.'ht.
9 Sch Henry, Kiviere, Irvin liana and Latiaina, with 19
bale pulu. native produce, etc.
'J Sch Ketau.uoh!, Milne, fp.fj Kau. Kona and Lahaina,
With 44 b.ie pulu, 23 barf do., 'Hi g at skins, xl
ks faunas. 4XnJ Jbs eff . 6O0 If.s t-ans, etc.
9 S b l.ili-.l.li", lianlner, fm llilo. with SOU bales pu!u.
9 .--ti ld Kellow, C'aridae. fn.ni K la. Nawiiiwili and
llaii.il. i, with l'S Cords fi rewl, 70 brls beef, 7 do.
tailow, 5 do. niola.ie. 30 I airs Cofle, So do. sugar,
& M oranires, 2 hres. etc.
9 S-b V je. u, Kiino, from lahaina aixl Molokai, Willi
124 har'S salt, S hull-" 9 keS buttia-.
10 OlJen. ah brig Comet, Wiihtrim, frtu tjcholsk. 240 wh,
SSOO Ix.ne, season.
10 Am wh ship Klectra, ltros n, from Koliack and Arctic,
lGuO wh. 'SuOO bn. season; ' p, l'AH wh, 'oyaj;e;
50 p, loicj wh. SJojio hue, on bonrd.
1 JIw. wh brig Antilla, Fehloer, from X-.k, 230 wh,
24ou boue. season.
10 Am wh bark Harvest, Charry, fr..tu Ocbuk, 4o0 wh,
A.U ..,ne, season ; lvO sp, 700 wh, Couo bn, voy
age ; 4'X wh. VamX) to!ie. on Iwar.l.
10 Am ship i:.un, Kice, 1 4o days fm lintoii, with a-std.
caro to C. A. Williams a Co.
lii S:h Kamoi. Wilimr, from Kahului atid Laliaina, with
l'R brls beef, 44 pigs molasses, 7 pk-s sugar, 2A)
bushels wheat. SI she p, 9 l.i-s. 1 bullock, etc.
11 Am wh ship M aria '1 heresa, ' p, from Ochottk, 140
wh, m Ixitie. season; 44 sp, &J3 wh, voyage;
6 '4 wh. !Vt bone, on Inwl.
11 Iltfe wh bark Aiui-f, l;ruu-tn in. from tXhoUk, 5o0
wh. 4uu txme. season ; sisj wh. V400 ln, voyage ;
Mxi w h, 940 bone on lmar-1.
II Am w h ship K'jsseau, tJreen, from Ochotsk. 200 wh,
Sw bone, season ; OOO 7'JO b-jne, voyagq and uu
11 Olden, wh bark l'lanct, Italilm.in, from OchoL-k, 430
wh, 4u00 bone.
11 Hanoverian bark Harburp, Thompson, 73 days from
11 Haw. sch Kamoikeiki, Wetherby, from Kahului, with
74 bt.ls leef, SO bbls mol.uses, 32O0 lbs sugar, 20
bl.ls Hour, and 4 deck passer, ger.
12 Am. wh ship Chas W Morgan, 11 lnnltoii.fin Orhotsk,
with 740 wh, 9ixi0 boi;e. season ; lino wh. 13.0UO
bone, voyage ; WJ wh, Ooou bnie, on board.
12 Am. wh ship Lancaster, Kusacll, from Lahaina, off and
12 Haw. sch Nettie Merrill, liorres. fm llilo and Kairai-
13 Haw. wh brig Aloha, M tnimen, from Ochotsk, C5 rp,
3J0 w h. 36J0 bone, the season.
13 llamb. brig Curl Kitur, Uuckwoldt, TM tons, G2 days
from lloni:koiig, en route for Valparaiso, with a
general caryo of mil sc. Anchored outside, bailed
13 Steamer Kilau a, Ilerriil, from K ioa and Nawiiiwili,
with a wry lixht freight.
13 Sch Kmmt Kooke. Ihailwick, from Lahaina, with 11
13 ch Ke ni Ana, Keo.fn.m Anuhola. with 10 this beef,
v 40 hides, 4 cords wood, etc., etc
- 14 Am herm. bri Josephine, rtoiie, 10 days from Jarris
1 z durir.g tlie early part iff the seasn. but the usual weather
the latter part. With the exception of a few weeks late in the
season, w hales were very scarce. Left the Ochotk Oct. 1 ; had
gl weather down head winds from lat. 'J1 - to CI - ; after
wards strong trades.
liark Arab, triimell, from the Arctic. repTtS Had bail
weathtr to the midiie of sf. plemx-r Saw the first whale Aug.
9, the last sept. SS.' Came through the Straits Oct. 3. Had
rurired weather down ; strong N.fc. winds.
Ship Eujhrutr, 11- ath, rt'V'rt! Cruised in the Ochotsk , in
Tjrvoisk Hay, most ail the seasi.n. July and August, had g'l
j weather, with a fair show of whal-s ui.til Sept., when the weallier
became bad. and whales few and shy. Took the first whale 11th
I June, and the last on 4th SepUnd'er. Le!t Tarvoisk ltay Sept.
j S7 ; pa.se. thr-uh the SOth passage )et. 2 ; fn-in thence, had
; light winds ail the way to lat. S i - 00 N., long. 143 s 30 W.,
' fr m there hal liiht traiies to the Islands. Have taken 1000
! bris this season. Keiports vessels sicken anl heanl from, as
i follows: Sept. 14, Kobiii Hood, Mcii:i'ey, one whale; Sotln
j Suth B-ston, Kandol, 640 brls ; Maria Theresa, Coup, 140;
12'h, Janus, Smith, 3oO ; Cambria, I'ease, 600 ; 25th, A moor,
Bark farotite, Smit!i, last fn.m Ochotsk, reorU Cruijed
on New Zealand, the Japan ami Ochotsk Seas ; experienced
heavy gales otf outh end ft New Zealand alxmt 1st April lost
bow and waist boat, together with davits. Also, another heavy
I g!e on the 1st June in the Japan Sea lost bow-boat and daviu.
j Two days after, picked up a large Japarese junk's tna.sU proba
bly hist in a gale. Cruised in the N.K. Gulf during the month
of August ; had S.W. gaies and thick f.g most of the time. Saw
plenty of whales, and took sin. Left the Uchotsk Oct. Sd, and
exiierienced S.S.K. winds niot of the passage, with the exceji
tiou of one N.E. gale. Took the first whale north, in Japan Sea,
June 3d, the last in N.K. Gulf Sept. 2d.
Hark .Vr4u. Cornell, reports Cruised in the Arctic; first
part of the season, met with a gil deal of ice and fog ; latter
part good weather. Paw first whales June li, off Horse-Shoe
Buy, North Shore, very shy and not v ry plenty. Saw the last
whale Sept. SS. Arrivetl on the whaling grounds last of June-
Catuc through the Straits 3oh of Sept.. and had light S.K. winds
first part of the passage down.
Ship Hittfruia 2d, Kdwards, reports Weather and whales Its
reported by other vessels. Sjioke ship Jiaiinetle, Sd Oct., with
640 brls ; Massachusetts, last of Sept.. 700 brls ; Washington,
15th October, C40 brls.
Bark Cip.iey, Murder, trom Ochotsk, reports From Aucust
23d until the 3o:h. saw whah-s daily in quantities from one to
'eight. AlaiJ Island in sight, 15 to 50 miles distant. From
Sept. 1 toS7, saw whales daily, but very shy, Alaid liearing
about S.K., generally from 40 or 60 to 15 miles distant. Oct. Sd
j aud 3d, lowered f.r whales in the4Mth passage, but gut none.
Left the Straits the 3d Oct. f')r Honolulu.
Ship Roman Sd, lehart, from Uchotsk, reports Oot the first
j whale SOth May, in Japan Sea ; last one Sd Oct., in the Straits,
j Had 40 days fog, and no oliscriation during that time. Whales
DKI'AKTl K KS.
6 Am. wh ship Thomas Nye, Holly, cruise south and
8 Am. wh bark IsahelH. Tucker, for California coast.
9 Am. wh bark Oscar, l-anders, cruise and home.
S Sch Emma Kooke, i'hadwick. for Lahaina and Kona,
with alxmt 40 deck passengers.
9 Am. ship Iconium. lleus:is. for Sydney.
9 Am. wh ship llilliuan, Little, for New Zealand and
10 Am. wh bark Tenpet. Icrin. rruise and home.
IO Steamer Kil.iuea, Ik mil. f.r Kol-ia and Nawiliwili.
10 Sch Manuoka'ai, Marchatit, for Lahaina and Kawai
bae. 10 Sch Margaret, Paa, for Laliaina and Kohala, with a
few native iassengers.
11 Am. wh ship Lewis, lfc-i r, for New Bedford, with
12 Am. wh ship Adeline OiW.s, Withington, for Fair
haven, with freight.
I Z Fr. wh ship Wmslow. Coupey, cruise atid home.
12 Sch Henry, Kiviere, for Lahaina, with alout SO deck
12 Seh Kalaina. Henry, for Kawaihae, II iwaii.
12 Sch Lihohhu, (ianlner, for llilo, Ma wan. with about
30 eck passengers.
12 Sch thld Frhow, Candage, for Koloa. Nawiliwili and
13 Am wh ship Bart. O'etnoLl. Clark, to cruise.
13 Am wh ship K. P. Mason. Smith, to cruise aud hne.
13 Am ship Kapid, Irew. for McKeau's Island.
13 Steamer Kilauea, Berrill. for latUaiiia, llilo, aud inter
mediate porta ami landings.
13 Sch F.mroa lluoke, Chalwick. for Lahaina and Kona,
with alxmt 12 deck paengcr.
13 ch Jcantielte, Clark, for K"l c
13 Sch Moikeiki. Wetherby, for Kal.olul.
13 Sch Nettie Merrill, Ifc.rr s, for Lahaina, Kohala and
13 Sch tlueen, Kimo, for Molokai and Lahaina.
VKSSKLS IN I'ORT-XOVEMUKR 13.
Am bark Cornel, Smith.
Am ship Kaditira, Burdett.
Am bark Bhering, Uilliat.
Am ship Siam, Kice.
Hanoverian bark llarburg, Thompson.
Am MLssiouary brig Morning Star, UelelL
Am schooner Olivia, lUtlfield.
Am herm. brig Josephine. Stone.
Haw. brig Mary Kllen, Bennett.
llaw. brig Hero, Von Ilol.lt.
Lanterns, case......... 1
Lead pi gar. reels .........9
Lead sheet, nlls 4
lau.ee poles, bills. ..........3
looking glasses, cases....... 3
lanserd oil, gals. ........ .5v0
Matches Jc blacking, cases... S
Faow Barros-rc3 Si , Nor. 10:
Xf. implements, pkgs......ll Iron.ldis...
Apples, hf W Is 20
Books, bux... 1
Barrels, nests .......l&t
Blinds, doors, Ac fjoo
Boots lances, pkgs... ...... .4
Hoots e shors.es.. ....... .37
Bread, casks 11.4
Brashes, pkgs 1
Blocks. bos 1
Beef w pork. tc ..171
Beef At pork, bbU M0
Batter, casks..... o
Cheese, boxes. ............ .3
Cordage, coils 273
Chandlery A hardware. pkgsSM
CoDpers windlass. ....... ...1
Clothing, pk;. SH
CosJ, toes. 397
Carl boxes, pkgs ...2
Cart spokes, pkgs... ....... .3
Composition natls, kegs.... 10
Cards, case.. ....... .......1
Furniture, rases.. . ..........4
. Furniture, hoses.. ...... ....
Fnrnitors, obks 2
Fnroitnre, pkgs. ....... '-2
Fire brick....... 5oO
Cish.br bbls. 10
Fh, casks. ...... ......... .
Fire en-Tine, Arc. pkgs. .... . .7
Floor, bbls 100
Glassware, pkgs. ...... .....8
iaagcrs touts, set.. .........1
Groceries, pkgs........... ..4
Own wale o,wtw.... ....... .4
Hardware sr sa.lIWy. 4wgs67
Hardware, boxes.. ....... .10
Hardware. pk$s. ......... .f4
Hats, ensrs... ......14
llau, P. Lucases... ....... .5
Hand cart... 1
Ima pomps. ...... ...... ...2
From Pim.r. Osroot per M:iry Kllen. Nor g7.4H ft
flr lumbrr, 4.190 feet oak do.. 59 M shingle, 16 M laths. 4oO qr
socks Sxr, 204 sks owt., 2 caes sldles, 1 box cranla-rries. 175
boxes apples, 2 d , pears. 7 es s.vl.11. ry. 1 can varnish. 1 chest
books and clnthew. 1 keg preservs. 1 tnil-bax. 40 sacks W.Hir.
From llowa.osa per llartiorr. Not 11 4 pkrs cl.iVlrvn's
earriwres. 13 d . chair., 44 dni ntbn chairs. 14 box Chin
ware. 64 t isi s eigwr, 20 pkgs clothes baskets. A boxes clothm.
t do. glue. 36w pkg gunny baits. 4 do. Iiats. 9 cases straw do.,
3 cases is sticks. 14 bxs Uriterrd ware. 1 pkg do. do.. 10 rs
lamps. 6ot) mils mattinr. 4 bis mlsr. A cases maquit netting.
114 pkgs rope. A boxes paper screens, 3 eases hts. 2 d. silks.
2 boxes salver ware. t oses san lines. 12 kg seats. 170 pkrs
camphor tronks, 26 do. skin trunk. Too boxes tin, 1 box vrr
Dillmn, 2 eases writing desks, l 'a) pkgs mte.
Miss. Oooils. pkgs
Oakum, bales. . . . . . .
Faint, kega .....
Pres. meats, pkgs.. .
Provisions, bbls.. . . .
Piano fortes, pkgs. ...... ...2
IV-sct veil meats, boxes.. . . .95
Preserved meats, cases. ...114
Paper, pkgs..... ......... .16
Kaisius, pkgs.. ...... ...... .2
KuldieT shoes, rase.. ........1
Kice. bbls IO
Sugar, hf bbls Z0
Spirits turpentine, boxes. . .34
Steam boiler.. ........ ......1
Sails, pkgs 2
Salt, bbls. JM
Bait, csmss 4
Split peas, kega. 10
Saieratus.bf bbls. 5
laleraius. cases. 10
Straw good, cases........ ..2
Shearing metal, cases SO
Sola. bbs IO
Ship chandlery, pkgs.
Thread. Ac. pkgs. 22
Twine, bah- 1
Varnish. Mds..... ....... ...4
W bale bunts A
Water ram. boxes... ........2
W ioe. baskets.. ......... ...A
Zinc, cask... I
Ship Onward. Allen
Bebecca Sin.ms, Hawes,
Kohert KIwarls, WcmI
Henry Kneel. md. Kelley
(aid. llowland, Williams
Isaac llowland. Long
Levi Startmck. J. ni. iran,
Hibernia il. laards
S.uth B(e.ton. Kand Iph
Maria Th'res-i, Co.j
C. W. Moriraii. Hamilton
Kepubhk. Sever, (Brenf )
Kaiwan 2d, Iiehart
10 merchantmen, 53 whalers tolal
i scarce. lleMjrts the Uobin liooil, Sept. SO, at Tavisk Bay, 100
j barrels oil.
! Ship South Ronton, Kaudolph, from Ocltotsk, reHirts Had
I very bad weather, having encountered several "gales ; lost two
anchors and SO fathoms chain. Whales were very m arce and
shy. i-x;erieliced g.l weather the passage down. Kejiorts
Sept. :)0, Kuphrates, 1140 hrls ; Kohin H.hs!, 1140 brls. "
Bark General Scott, Hunting, reports Cruised in the Yellow,
Japan and Ochotsk Sens. In the V-How Sea, hail a succession
j of gales. Had moderate weather, but much fog in Japan Sea
I In the Ochotsk, had very bad weather and a great deal of fog"
j Whales were very scarce ai.d wild. Saw the first April 14, in
J:i.an Sea, off Waglctt's Island. Saw the last Sept. SO, near the
Ship Othello, Killmer, from the Ochotsk, reports I'ncom
j monly bail weather there. Whales wil.l and scattering. Left
; Oct. 12 ; had calms aud light winds on the passage down.
! Ship Isaac llowland. Long, from liie Ochotsk, reports Mild
weather, but much fog. Saw plenty of whales, but the difficulty
i was to catch them. Left the Sea Oct. 11 ; had extremely pleas-
ant weather down.
I Ship iStarbuck, Jernegan, from Ochotsk, reort9 Found
the weather n the whale grouml unfavorable and loggyt
I Whales were scarce and wild. August 1, in S.W. Hay, lust a
j boat's crew, consisting of the 3d oflicer, iNiatsleercraiid four men.
: Came through the 5oth passage ; had mild weather to this nirt.
I Ship Montreal, Soul-, from the (kl.otsk, reports Kxperince-il
i moderate, but very foggy weather. Saw very few whales. larft
' the Sea Oct. 12, in company w ith the Ililiernia 2d ; had good
! weather down.
Bark Artr Emjlanj, Hempstead, reports Cruised in the
Ochotsk ; had bad weather most or the season, with thick fogs
' in June and July. Kucoutitered two gales during the month of
j Augustone from fi E., the other from N.W. Saw very few
I Ship George lion-land, Poineroy, froni the Ochotsk, reports
Had thick, foppy weather the first part of tlie season, but
j found it more favorable during the latter part. Saw the first
; whale May 14 ; the last Aug. 14. Left Ayan OcL 1 ; had good
weather all the passage down.
Ship L'handltr I'rire, llolcomh, reports Cruised in the
Japan and Ochotsk Seas. Had fine weather in the former, but
j in the latter much fog. Late in the season tl:.' weather was
j rugged and unfavorable. Whales were wild ami unusually
scarce. Left the Sea Oct. 7 ; had light, southerly winds on the
j parage down. Ke-iorts, Oct- 5, Ontario, FosKr, 400 brls. In
, lat. 43 - N., long. 175 - K., exchanged signals with the Russian
' ship NicoUe, from Ayan, bound to Sitka.
Bark John I. H'et, Tinker, from Ochotsk, rior's Fonnd
the weather fo-gy and whales scarce. Cruised principally
around the ice and iu Shantar Buy ; saw no whales ouL-He the
bays. Saw and took the first whale Aug. 2, in Shantar Bay ;
took the last in the same Bay Aug. 24 ; afterwards saw a few
more, but found them very shy. Oct. 7, off Ayan, sprung the
Imwsprit in a heavy N.K. gale. Came through the Straits Oct.
16, i.i company with the Cambria. Had fine, pleasant wtather
during the first eleven days of the passage; afterwards light.
, southerly winds, lleports as follows: Oct. 1, the Josephine
rimtsiiAY, .ovr.Miu:n :.
A Nuihk will le fciuinl in cur uJvtTtising
columns, of it day of Th.vnivm:ivi.. aj jsiinteil l.y
the Hawaiian Kvaiig' iiial Ars-s-viati'di. The day
dtis;niiteJ is Tucbskay, NuvoiiiIxt the sume
as that tJ V; gcjienilly olorvod for the tuiue
ol'jeet throughout the Anitrieun Union, la far
as the j r. priety of a gt-uerul day of thank-giving
is contt-rned, th re can bo hut little difference of
oj-inion. Mot eouutries. whether they be Catho
lie, Mah diinie-dan or l'roti-sfcint, have their
national festive days, which, in sjnie, occur
ofuic.T than once a year. In Kngland, to
whicli most of us trace back our anttvtry, fhri.-t-mas
id the s;reut festive dav a dav of national
thanksgiving. Though requiring no annual j ro
cl.tiiiation to make it such, it is nevertheless the
great day of individual and national praise to
..! f,r his favors. As such it is observed at
home, and as such it is acknovvledg.'d abroad. It
is to 1'ngland that the origin of a great natiomil
festive day is to be traced.
In America, it has ltn customary, in the va
rious states, for a jR-riod of over two hundred
years, to set a -art some day in each year for
thanksgiving. The custom originated in New
Kngland. but lias extended to nearly every Suite
in the Union. Its origin appears to have been a
necessity, from the fact, that as all established
days fur fasts and feasts had been abolished from
their church calendar, it was too great a devia
tion from the spirit of religion and the custom
observe'd in the mother countries, to omit all
sjiecial thanksgiving to the Creator. Hence a
day w:u appointed by the CJovernors that all vho
chose, might observe it, as such. And so obvious
is tlie propriety of the custom, that to this day it
has lieen annually observed with increasing re
spect. If, then, it is proper for individuals, communi
ties and nations to observe a day for thanksgiv
ing to tlie Ruler of the Universe, it certainly is
proper that the appointment of the day should
emanate from the Svereign. Any proclamation
from any other source can in no sense le applica
ble beyond the immediate sphere of the body from
whence it originates, and can in no wise be called
national. It is on this account that we should
prefer to the appointment made by the King,
or at least by the several iovernors, and no day
seems more appropriate than the 2oth of Decem
ber, which it is customary for all Christian peo
ple to observe as a festive day, and would be
particularly appropriate here.
l'.ut some will say, " What is the use of any
thanksgiving?" This brings us to the founda
tion stone of civilization-1 a recognition of the
Creator. Kvery religion recognizes (lod as the
Creator, and so far as a nation acknowledges him
as the liuler ot the Universe, in so much does it
exalt itself. It is this firm, unwavering example
which has raised England to her present high
position as the very foremost among the nations
of tlie earth, ller noble ruler is not ashamed to
acknowledge the source from whence the nation's
greatness is derived, or withhold the debt of
gratitude due for the numlierless blessings enjoyed.
"Others will say, "We have more ills than
blessings, and while this is so, it hardly Incomes
us to join in an anthem of praise." We pity,
we hud almost said, despise, the man who has a
soul so small as to be unable to discern blessings
among ills. That we have ills, troubles and sick
nesses, no one will ueny ; but thte are, in too
many cases, the result of our own folly or indis
cretions. Neither can it be denied that evil exists
throughout the hind, or that reverses and mis
fortunes attend some : but amid all these, we
have life and most of us health. The sun shines
over our fair isles, the rains fall, the seasons re
turn, bringing with them an abundance and plen
ty not suriuissed in any other country. Every citi
zen should le thankful for the gracious sovereigns
who rule over us, for life and htuilth, for freedom,
for political and religious privileges, for schools
and other institutions of learning, and for all the
common blessings of life which have been so
bountifully liestowed urion us.
We did not, however, intend giving a lecture
on this subject, but simply allude to the appro
priateness and importance of the appointment of
a national day of thanksgiving; and we trust that
our rulers may take tlie same view of it, and fol
low the example of other, wiser and older nations.
CorrtE Saloons. These popular resorts f r sup
plying the wants of the inner man, have become grcAt
institutions, in this, our city of II .nolu'u. They have.
iu a ereat measure, supplauted the ltr Rooms of
farmer Jays, ari l minister to the same tendencies of
human nature to conjrvg-ue together. As n.eraing
resort, the establishment of Messrs. Kruger & Nolle,
j on the corner of Nuuanu an J ij ieen streets, appears
to be the best patronized. Here, fn.ni jtoSo cIook,
A. M., may L-e gathered, by the eiger listener, the
gossip of the business porti n of the town., or the
patient w-iher will be ab!e to meet with uny one
whom he is desirous of filling in with, of thuse who
pursue avocations which reuuire them to I up to
times. Although not so wci! filled as in the matutin
al hour, the current of Jreppers in continues vigor
ous during the remainder of the Jay and evening,
and the ttibles are well covered with the latest
European aud American illustrated papers, among
which, as diamonds among gems cf lesser value, can
always bo found files of the Conmerciiil .Urertiser
and Putyntsiau, in loving proximity, tempting the
person of elegant leisure, to linger a little longer
ever his cup of ci tTee, bottle of Lhishaway lieer, slice
of Ca'iforni i Cheese and a bit of ham, or whatever
else, with which he is realite the inner man. Sue- I
cess to these gentlem ii. who have, we are glad to
know, acijuired a competency in administering to the
wants of poor bachelors, who cannot marry, and
must, perchance, go somewhere to eat.
Another place of much frequenting, and largely
patronized ty a select portion of our citizens, is the
Saloon of Mr. Edward Bargess, on Fort street, ad
joining bis Billiard Ileum and Bawling Alleys, com
municating with them, although entirely detached.
After a pleasnnt roll we mean at ten pins and the
satisfaction of not being souxJ, it is highly gratifying
to step into that quiet saloon and enjoy a plate of
oysters, a piece of pastry, or a refreshing cup of
coffee. It is, as it were, to make, as friend Shak
"ti.Nl dilution wait on appetite.
And health on both."
Here also can be found the current literature of the
dav-, as embodied in ilh strnted journals and the
mammoth sheets of England and America.
Last, not least, in our trio, is the Saloon of F.
AV. Lobe, on Fort street, opposite Odd Fellows Hall,
and although he has not been so long established as
his two compeers, apears determined, by the satis
faction he is giving his many customers, not to be
behind-hand iu the race to supply creature comforts,
to those calling upon him. Lobe's stewed oysters are
iu everybody's mouths, or rather their praises par
ticularly the printers.
Qceen's Hospital. The Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital take pleasure iu announcing to the public,
that the fine building which for some months past has
been in process of erection for this institution, is now
completed, and will soon be ready for the reception of
patients. It, however, needs furnishing with beds
and bedding, chairs, small tables, tumblers, cups aud
saucers, Sic. Her Majesty the Queen is about to hold
a fair for this especial purpose, but as it is supposed
there may be some who would feel it a privilege to
contribute to this noble charity, useful and service
able articles which they would not think it best to
send in to the fair, I am instructed by the Executive
Committee, to invite all such to send in such articles
as they may think proper, to Mrs. Austin, (occupy
ing the house of General Miller,) who litis kindly con
sented to net as depositary for this purpose. Sheets,
pillow cases, spreads, bedding, netting, &c., should
be suitable for single beds of 3 feet wide by 6 feet and
3 inches long. Sami el N. Castlk,
Chairman of Executive Committee, j
The Whale Bark Hkbald. Governor Wilder of
Baker's Island, writes concerning this vessel : By
last mail you were apprised of the mutiny of the crew
of the bark Ileruld, Capt. Beebe, and of his vessel
leaving him upon this island. It seems that the
crew, upon the captain going from the bark, bound
the mate, and let her run west. They desired him to
go to the coast of California, or Strong's Island,
which he refused. The second day, eight men left
in one boat, when one hundred and fifty miles to lee
ward of this island, with forty pounds bread and ten
gallons of water, with an old quadrant but no alma
nac. Their fate can be surmised."
SJiij. Oen. Holland, Pomerojr
Chandler Price, ilolcoinb
Ilarl ltr.ii.in., T 1 1 ru.
Oennan, Lul.hers, (OldV) ! 'he ghore h"t! "oilinR. Oct. IS, two
Martlia 2d, I'nily, ! day from the Strait, passed a brip, supposed to t the Comet-
HorelHMr, Sliencer I l;-;.. Camrt. Wilhelm. reiu.ru Criiisiil in (hp I kehntsLr i r.mn.l
j miliar tiifciiejr
lien. Sett, Hunting
Mitrtha lsit, Cornell
New Kiiirliuul. Hempstead
J P. et. Tinker
Plant t. lahlm:tn, (oldV)
Ani.r. Ilrunstn ni, (lius)
llriir o.itiu. Holies
V ailuit, Lllsa),
i .met, Wilhelm, (Old'p)
.VOTES OF TU K WEKK.
Micronesia. Dr. L. II. Gulick has during the
pa-;t week, delivered two very interesting lectures on
Micronesia, one at the Fort street Church and the
other at the Bethel. The lectures embraced the
the weather unusually had and w bal wrarc-. Captured five, j A:arone, Garonne, .Marsnan ana otner neigliDormg
! making 10 barrels. Tw it the first whale July -J9 ; the Inn j groups, and were illustrated with two charts, one of
jAutust J. While- cruising among the B min Islands, April a, which was executed by the lecturer himself, and in
I accidentally sot on shore, w here she remained about five hours, : reSpcctS is more Correct than any existing
I r,ui sustained no namase. repi. ; lett reiixioii anil arrived at, i, i- - , i i- i i
i Ayan Oct. 1 ; left aain on the Cth, and came through the 50th
pasire on the 15th. Passed the meridian tact.
1 here Nov. 10, making the p.is-aire fp'tn Ayan in So days. Hail
' f .ir winds and pleasant weather most of the w:iy down, tilings
the folh.winp re.rt : Oct. 1. Milo, DoO l.rls ; 3d, S. Constan-
tine. Sod ; 6th, UraTerlier-', 370, tund to l'etn.aulorski ; lth,
1 Janus, SCO, left ltocky Point, bound to Ayan, but was very near
I going ashore at the former place.
! llcl.o. Ily advices from llilo, we learn that the following
ships had arrived: Oct. Janus, Smith, 200 brls; Slst
CalUio. Fuller, 450 brls ; Favorite, Smith, 2o0 brls ; Nov. Isi
Omega, Whalop, 00 brls ; American, Pease, 250 brls.
Young America is Old England. Most of our
readers ure aware that city railroads have recently
been introduced into England by a young American,
Geo. F. Train, Esq. At the opening festival of the
first road held in Liverpool, August 30, connecting
Birkenhead with Liverpool, Mr. Train made & char
acteristic speech, which will be found on the fourth
page, giving his experience in the undertaking, of
whisli speech a London paper says : It was the
most wonderful we have ever heard, and filled with
similes enough to enrich a score of epics."
Jjsr" We are indebted to Capt. Benuett for Oregon
papers, and Mr. Isaacs, passenger per llarburg, for
late Hongkong files.
For Fi5-.'j Isa.43 per Martl-l. Xm 1 4 b-irreU beef, ft
keys pow.ler. cVhtnf, '.orr-a. em. !,, $ i, M 'JO.
1'iarJtMil Ijal.T far PiWer Star. Vv 3 xcanra
SI ft lumber. 44 pa railway iron. 1 railway car. 1 no hay, 1
l-yo raarVy. 4 wkalelanats, 30 rurs, 1 caiae mwl.-li. 1 rts hamew.
12 wKntraarrova, 3 ks nail. 1 medaf ine chest. H hodis hoop
iraaa, 3 nasa t tarlai, 2 bris beef. 15 do. hern-1, i do. salmon. 1 larl
rirar. 2 ketca botavr. Sua aW reiar hamrU. 2 hrr while lead. K
tore, carpaawjeaww' tnota. 16 brls heef. 7 do- 0-aur. 3 I fx amt.nr.
1 brla anniaanrs, 34 do. V. 10 hec. ' areign (.nailueif alur
i tWlt ataaaestiC do.. 1-171.
For Pnari IsLAtia per Ajrate. Nov 3 1 haise fnm. 3,'sj4
Jbs bread. 13 barrels pork, w do. fl-anr. 3 half do. dried apples. 3
krf batter, ft barrels beef. 1ft wlWtb-wrow. 1.7 ralis caakai.
Stores, proarUaaOu. etc W jrrizv aluee falo- l.oajo 79.
For Tsnatrr per Jeinr t'ord. Nor i 10 M cn. 2 flasks
tucki rarer, rarow $laV4; 2.763 fts SOifar. value f 191 10.
Far iu prr wh bark CacailU, Oct 31 1 cask skips. 1 rak
woTee. 1 cask beaas. 2 brls rice. 1 hrl ilnrrt spt-les. 1 bale duck.
20 brts puark. 2 ato. baUrr. t eases sneats. 40 hrls beef. 1 1 casks
bread, a hmmrls tr-rr. 37 pall, was ra-k . T- rign ualairr
From raTkorAixovsKi (er bheriinr, X"T 4 II Hillnr.
F Juvu 1 -1. a N rv per Silver M.ir, Nov 3 Jaa l llHKue.
chemint ; Jeremiah Pott. Kmncis I. J. iies, overseer ; Thomas
I Leeroan. conk, and Jr3 II iwaiian lain. rem.
For I'hojxiv l.sLasn l-er Airi'e, NovS V m II Mush, over
srr ; J S Koirepa, O Keineri, OrtVfK Paris, Kdward Murray,
A Uinh, 12 native labor-ra.
For S per wh shiii Maznnh.i, Nor 6 (aeorire .Vaslnnirton.
From p..6Ti.ND. O. T. er M.try l.r.en, Nov. 8 Mr (.raves,
wife and dautthter, I Kiiri.c. jr.
From Ki.. per S .im. N- v. in Mr Kiblinir.
Frn Il....a..Si'i r IUrOurr. Nov. II s u,n,
F'.r Stpv srr Iconium. Nov. V Capt Co-.k, Alex IVnnie,
For WiDWARra aer Ki!.u-a. Nov. 6 Fanny V unir. (to
Ijtbaina.) I La.Hua.la, J.din Cornwell. (to K-iwitihac.) aluut M
From WisnwAsta per Kilauen, Nov. U P t urran. (from
Kawaihae.) Capt J Makee and two danirl.ta-r. II.. 11 J W Hor-
den, I' S l'uaiinisimrr, A J MCarrpor. I M V el.n. (from
t lapauakua.; Aehun, Ahjio:, A (fri.ni Iwihaina.) -J on
I'pi Kit At per Kilauea, Nov. i N L Ii.0-..'.s, K Augusta, J
V" Rumin. V Pn.v.t. 1'.' hi deck.
F..r VViipwaki. per Kilauea. X.'V 1.1 To Ijalinina : Ir..f
AlexarKler and w-.fc. H M Ale:tnd r. ll-nry lltMwin, William
lUir y, II K-er. J. Kim r-.ii. Mis Kiuily It ,11 win. V: K
Alexarnler. M: r. I.yon. lisi I. J .liri..n. Io I lupalnitua. :
Capt. Makee an-l 2 daughter. A KM. 'ire- r. V I'p r.si. To
II1I0: N I. IiiK 'U. Master F l.ynian, Ma-ter L Coan. T Metcalf
ami 2 daughter about 1 Ji on deck.
Friro Lahma per Kmi. N-vl M is Alexander, George
Marvel. 3 whain:: t.ffic r. aU.ut 40 on .1. ek.
For Vt ivpw aui r Nettie Merrill. N v3 Miw Iary Pit
man. Miss, l.vdi. Paki. I KaUkiua. :il.iit 40 on deck.
Iran 1. ibaixa per ll-.-nry, Nov. s pa.lre La. in. re, 1 a.rf.cer.
45 n .In k.
Fram Limaixa -r Krkauiii '!.i, N-.v. '. Mes-rs Dickinson,
Mott. Munlach aii Pickinsou. llo.m .l.--k.
Fnm HiL. rr Lihohho. N..v. ! J C Kinr. Uon deck.
Fnam K t at r MJ Fellow. Nov. -j Jrar. Mituck, Mephen
Itri. klaell. 15 nil .leek.
From l.aiiAtXA rr Ouren. Nov. y II Uulick. 14 on d-vk
From Lahaina i-r Kamoi, N 'V. lo 1 whaling officers, 40
From Wim.waup t-r N'etti'.- Merrill. Nor 1 1 And. Cahill.
J Frana-i. F Itorg larph. L P..tter. Jno Lynch. Cha i ffer. F
Warren, K P Killmer. Mis I.v.lia l .isi.l has Kanajna, l Kaia-
kana, J Austin. Apana. 46 on deck.
For Lahaina par Harooi, Nor. je Marvel, Acha, anout
For Vfr.WAr: 1 r Nettie Merrill. Vr. 3 Mis Mary Pit
man. M m I.yiia Pa'.i. t Kalakau.i. .'' on il.s-k.
F.-r Kar i -r vi I Kehow, 1. Mr llowar-l, Mater
WiVros a, of al'-ck.
For W inwAt 1-r N-ttie Vl- rrlli, Nor. 11 Thel Oulick.
Klward Diillon, aU u! 40 on deck.
Vraaatarla Kx prr I ral freni l"or-!;n lorlaa.
Am bark Frara.'s-s Palmer. P.aty, is epeete.l f leave ?aa Fran
Cisco Nov. 2 due Nr. 14 u 22-
Ham. briar ..noTilia, CahnMa-y. sailed from Rremerhaven
April 14, with asate.l carc a v vi.-sr. lo(fa-hlaecr A:
Stapenhorat. Put into K10 in J'nie f.r repairs; M.1.-J
azain t r tin port July 19.
Danish chpatr ship Triton. Neil-11. ail--d July "J. fr.im Ijv. r
i." I s. it, an.l.a. r.. .1 -,...-n. air-eft i
charts. A historical and geographical description of
: ;,i. r. r f : ...
ail. arrivetl j 111a; lai.iiius n.is i,iu, asi.ia uiiji MI.I3U1 uiicim 1 c-
; specting the habits and character of the islanders.
The lecturer introduced some articles of the costume
worn by the natives, with specimens of their work
manship, &c. One can detect in these a resem
blance to the former costume of these islanders an 1
other inhabitants of Polynesia, though some articles
f evince much greater skill. The lectures willbecon-
! tinned in two or three weeks, of which uue notice will
The Fair. We would call attention to the notice
of the Fair for the Queen's Hospital, found in another
column. We are not fully posted up in regard to all
i the plans and arrangements of the ladies for that
! evening, but report says that nimble fingers have
; beeu plying the needle, and busy hands arranging
j the decorations. Flora, it is said, will adorn her
temple, while a company of Amateur Singers will
afterwards had lijht trades. U-.'t at Portland, American hark j discourse in the sweetest strains. The Post Office
Industry, taking in caryo for San francisco. , j, bc C()nst,lntIy open fuP delivery of letters,
! whether the Frances Palmer arrives or not with the
mail. For aught we know, some fortunate person
' i r.. . ,.7.i...- ir: . - tr.- t. t
j aia.aj irvu.i; . iciivi nun. tuiiLi no oa aaei .'a. .
At least, they may look for a royal autograph, we
I. pine ! There will of course, be a bountiful supply
of fruits, cakes, and condiments. If the tables do
not "groan" under their weight, they may attract by
the tempting smiles of the fair young ladies in.at
! tendance. But enough, gentle reader, you mu-t
J come, see and hear for yourself. Oh, that grab-box.
we forgot to notice.
X jf" Ship lennium, Hcustis, reanrts Left S.in Francisco
Oct. 13. Had lij:ht win., the find part of the passage ; after
wards, fine wea her and pxd trades.
XT Uiirk li la rinj. Oilliat, rejaorts S.-iiled from Petr.pauluv
ski txt. 14. Had bail weather the first 10 days out, afterwards
XT Il iwaiian hritf Maiy Ellen, Tlennett, reMirts Left Port-
I land, Oregon, X-t. 19 ; l:a.l line weather, but lipht winds, ail the
passape. Tutu. 30 had the wind from S.W. and VV.S.W.,
PAXCV 1IALU-MK. WYI.I.IK, while thanking the
ladies and Kenlleinen who have done him the honor of accepting
his invitations t a Fasct liiLt., isulI in July last, and
suhsequently, Kgs resiH:tful!y to inform them, that the I!;ill will
take effect on Wednesday Kvenin, the iSth inst., it being the
17th anniversary of the Acknow ledgement of the Independence
of this King.'om by Un-at Itritain and France.
For the general convenience, lest the weather should be stormy,
the Kail will be, not at Ilo?ebunk, but in the Court House, aud
at 8 P. M.
Paucing ail! " egin immediately alter the felicitations to their
Majesties the K r and tjueen on the two anniversaries intended
to be commemnra d, and on the restoration to iierfect health of
his II. 'Jul Highness, Prince Kauiehauitha.
The Ladies will he received hy Her Kxceilency the Lady of
the Minister of Finance.
llosLRANai, Sth November, ISoO.
HINTS t. S. BKXCII II A TCI I I'.T S
all sizes. -r S.iiin, f.r stile l (lX-Zl) W. N. LAUD.
VLAKCE V.4KIKTY OK CIIKST LOCKS,
lirass bed Castors,
Large T Hinges,
Just received. F'.r sale by (i'.4-3t) VV. N. LAPP.
FOR SALE !
THE PRKMIM IN NT I'. 4 NT VALLKV,
iiow K-cupi..-vl ly the umhrsigncl. F-.r terms, pl.-use
apply p. (214-tf)
pout or iaAiiAiuA.
2 Am wh ship Harvest. Mat.shester, fr.mi Ochotk. 2J0
wh. 40O Isnte, s.-:ison ; 2C p. 250 wh. 4i ai hi hone,
v.-y:ii;e ; 50 sp, 'J.'HJ wh. 4aLiO iHine. on Is.ard.
5 Am wh ship 1- C. Kiehmond. Ihithawriy. fm aKhotsk,
2ni wh, season : 35 sp, -Jooo wh, 9ooo bn, voyage ;
o5 sp. looo wh. on Is.ar l.
i Am wh ship I ncus. I.uc-, from tarhotsk. 450 wh, SOC)
Nine. s iison ; l'n sp, 750 wh. 70") tvi.na-, voyage ;
lii'J sp. T.tO wii. Ttnao tanne, ou board.
6 Am wh stiipol.v. r Cr s-ker. C'-hran. fr m Ochotsk.
5(J wh. i"a.j u.iie. p-us..n ; t.l sp. 2iaii wh, 13.0a.i0
Iwnie, vi.yae ; laO wh, S'HaO laone, on Ivanl.
6 Am wh ship Euphrates. Il-a:h, fm avhot.k. ! wh,
l.'j"X ls.tie. sa-a..ii : 4 5 p. aU V) wh. Hi.OoO hrnii',
v-.y-ie ; l'."0 wh. 10 0i l.w, on l.r I.
7 Am wh hark Ontario, Fimter. from o. teatsk.r.0 p. C70
wh, 4iin Is.ne, s.H,.n : :i p. 7o0 wh. aeaisj t...ue,
; 2o sp, 37o wh, 4ooo bone, on lsird.
Fair lor Queen's Hospital.
riIIK FAIR Wll.Ia UK IIF.I.I) AT THE
JL Armory, Thursday Lveiiing, N..v. at 7 o'chack.
Entrance Fee, Adults 25 cts.
' Children 12 "
All artich s contributed f.r the Fair, (which have not pre
viously Ihiti sent to the Coinmitte. s, jcc-niiii to previous
iiotira-") should le f.irwnnled to the Armory, between the hours
of U and 12 'cli.ck. on Thursday Morning, (the day f'.r holding
the fair.) wle-re L idies will Ik? in Ht t"iiil:ince lo receive them.
Honolulu, Nov. 14. lrio. f 2:14-2:) Per Or.h r .
Helper'.- Impendiii Crisis.
AFK4V COPIKS OF THIS F.4 MOl'S HOOK,
of which liJO.000 coj.i.'S h.ive l et n s. l 1, will he received
l.v the Lark Vranc I'ahner, and f.r sale by
"234-2t II. M. WHITNEY.
, ples Bv the brig Mary Kllen, fron. Oregon,
our market has teen well supplied with choice apples,
and at very reasonable prices. They are the best
ever brought here, and in the best condition. - pt.
Bennett brought also a couple of U.xes of very large
ta ne, which he s nt us measured fourteen inches
..,.,...; ain.l weighed twenty-sne ounces. On pass- j wh
ibr.-,-h the streets of lVrtland. the Captain says j afT.
. r t.a. ..,, nf aannK'S. !U?t 1 1 frOTO ! IUk
ne met a tarim-i w uu - - -t : - ,
the country, and seeing some very large ones, olT.-red j
to buy them. The taru.er did m l like to part with
them ; but on the e .pticn inf..rm:n? him ne wanteu
then, to tike to Honolulu, the firmer generously gave
hi.n the wh. le lot. at".ut one barrel, saying.
those with you and how the Honolulu people ,
Oregon can do." We agree with the Captain, that i
Oregon can't be leaten iu the apple line. j
Wanti:p. A necessity often sp. ken i.f. bu, t
alluded to by the press, is a light of i:ieki.,,.Lij
the Fort stret-t Church on public occasions. Con,'"
out from the bright light within, accidents or '
frtNiiit'iitlv occur, while desceniiinc thn .1 .
1 " 0 r"K, ia tu
aibariaa a.f refi f S n.Oile 1 ri fliaa 1 1 r.-i.u . f a .
lich apology would le offered, could a ray 0fj' v
onl an opportunity to whom, when and hoa'
ike it ; or if the walk is safely n ached, tU m'
ger finds himsel.', in the Kgjptian darknesa p, f
vailing outside, under the feet of Mrna.bo.ly'g
or stmggl:ng to extricate himself from the whrt'j J ?
vehicle which in y be crossing the walk. .
Take . lecture is not unfreajueutly spoiletl by ueh a n,'t
From Cianopom. The brig Josephine krrir
yesterday, 10 days from Jar vis anal ay fn
liaker's Islands, and reports everything prrrta:
Tue NtrrriE Merrill. Th's fine pticket wme in) favorably. All ihe ships had been loaded with r.
on Mondav morning, had her mainmast takeu out j ruarkable despatch, averaging 104 tons day,
and replaced with a new one, and sailed figin on had sailed. leaving the moorings clear for Pew.i.
Tuesday afternoon. Such despatch is wortny 01 no
tice, especially when the harbor is so crowded and
workmen generally busy. The.Vf.'tV in her trips, is j
as regular as cleckwork, wind and weather to the
Royal Hawaiian Theatkk. This place i f amuse- j
ment continues to be the popular resort, and is well
sustained. On Monday eveuing, the house was ;
crowded to its utmost capacity, on ihe occasion of ;
Mr. Ferguson's benefit. This evening there will be .
no performance, but on Friday night, " Lucretia"
Borgia" will doubtless attract a full house.
Japanese. One good result of the Japanese fever,
which has been prevailing, is the importation of new j
vegetable and other seeds from that couutry. Mr. :
Holsiein has succeeded in raising Some Japanese
beans, a mess of which he has laid on our table for j
trial. He has eight varieties growing, some of which
may prove to be as valuable as those heretofore iutro- .
duced from other countries.
C. FORHES, -
Loskveo and Maur
LUCBETIl BORGtA !
Friday livening, Nov. 16
Will be laerformed tt-.w thrilliug lrm of '
ncrctia Cargia !
Iuke of K emir it, -tleiiarn,
- - -
GRAND DANCE, Miss laIZZIE:QOSD05
SONG, - Misa VIRGINIA LAURENCE
PAS SEUIi, - Miss ADA DS VEB
Fno.M China. The bark llarburg brings us Hong
kong papers to August 'J'J, with quite importaut news
of trouble at Shanghae, a summary of which will be 1
found in our foreign news column. We are indebted j
to .Mr. Isaacs, passenger oy tue it., iur tuc imrsi . T ATTnw
pers received. The brig Carl Kithr, sailed from! LUiilV W JWVJBR
Ilougkong some ten days niter me ttarourg, uui
brings no papers.
To conclude with the farce of the
Mr. P. B. Gl.-i
Miss Laoie tisardu,,
China and Jatan. The sale advertised for S.itur
day evening will, we understand, embrace the '
choicest selection of Chinese and Japauese ware and
curiosities ever offered in this market. These goods
have been selected by persons conversant with the
peculiar tastes of Honoluluans, and will offer an op- ;
portunity to secure specimens that wHl not soon be i
CS-T ATV1 AOCAL
AN I) I
INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT! 1
TO BE (II VEX BV THE i
A 31 ATE IK MUSICAL SOCIETY,
At lhr Fori Sire-1 Church,
Thursday, Nov. 15, j
ON SATURDAY, BENEFIT OF
O. 15. LOA'ELL.
The doori will be openeal lit 7 o'clock.
n-encea at 7J oYltck.
lVrfornim ce eon.
STEAMER KILAUEA," I
W ill Rail on
Tuesday Next, the SOth inst., at 4, P.M.,
Ivn wi llmai 1111(1
1 Ioiiol pit,
Tafciiij; frei(.'lit aod passeuger lo fur
Which will be tratishiped at Kawuihae, to the houmr
"Kalaina," Oiiiit. Henry.
The "K ALA MA" will be towed into the bm at KutdU
iHint. Mi tlmt p.Hxls and aaiiaeiiper will cet to lllUi in ftty
reight nnd pHiaaienreni lnnUf b tuM
JAMOX. UKKKN A Caa.
A-rents U.S. N.Co.
MUSICAL DIUECTOKS ;
E. IIASSLO:iIi:. A. II. WALDAU.
W. A. ALDRICH
0FFE11.S FOR SALE,
little over Meuirr time.
as the direct mus
Honolulu, A'ov. 14, lS'X).
GOOD I,AMP Olla.
BV T 1 1 1: G A I.L.OX OS
For saile l.v
II. I'i.MOM k 8oN.
Fairbjuik's Plat form Scales, i
1P.UR I la AT FORM SC. IaKS (Sccoo.1 nnl)
Weighing 1J0O lb. For sale l.jr
233-3t C. A. & II. F. POOR.
EWIS SUPERIOR WHITE LKAD AND
tor snle py
W. A' AlaUKICII.
BOSTON PlIaOT 1IKKAI), I ' 11.4 KRELS,
For ie hy
o32-tf W. A. ALDRICH
M.A iuc Paint.
IAIa.M LEAF IIATS, FOR SALE BT
W. A. ALDRICH.
Cases Fane- Prints,
Palm Leaf 1 1. its,
Bartlett's I bleached Cottons,
Lancaster check Ginghams, !
Bloomer trimmed Hats, j
blue Cotton Thread, !
women's and men's Hosiery,
colored, bleached and brown
Linen, and damask Table
Bales brown Cotton, ;
Shetucket Stripes, j
Panama Ticks, '
Methuen Ticks, extra,
Men's Calf Boots,
Women's Jenny Lind Boots,
Ladies Kid anil Patent Leather
Assortetl misses' youth's and child's!
(.'iisos sujK-riur an. frc.-ih i-lu-win to'i.ioon, j
" nnrrors, 124x14,20x12, 14sln, 12x0, 10x8 '
Casks ii;irK.il l;int riis, linis topp,
KOA HOARDS AMI SCAXTI.IX
iVJ-tf For sale by IV. A. ALDUICH.
OIL CARPETING, FOR SAI.E BV
i5'-tf W. A. ALDRICH.
ox iiam axii for sale hy the
tLPEKIOIt MAHOGANY IIAIlt EAT 80FA?,
Superior cnnmeled leather covpre.I iaetti?es,
do center tables, new iinJ neat style,
do hair seat parlor chuir,
do hair seat easy chair.".
Patent style BEDSTEADS.
Oak cane sent arm chairs,
W. A. ALDH1CH.
232-2m Premises furnierijr ocruj.iail by the llwlm KJ C.
HAWAII AN HONEY!
r KKCK1VKI FROM K()NA Hi
i. a yuiall lt of choice frt-sli
Hoiicv in the f oiub !
For wile by W. A. AI.DRK H.
232-2ra Premises fornierlv orruniel ly the Jlu.Jou 1J Co.
TO 3IASH:iiS AM) MASTS OF
And the Shipping in General.
11KIME II KEF PACKKK 111' E. KRllXt,
KKAI.IA. K Al AI.
in porail hiirreU of 200 11,8 ejcli. for ale ljr l) uiKlersipiieJ-
The tirl shipment ol tiie uL.ive film article, fiivorat.iy a.uon
nli-eu.lv ninoTiv t?' aliiT.iiriir- h:i iait r..ni' to I.nnit. ffi tn-.il
8iirI.li-5 will iM.ar repiiliirlv arrive. 1'iirolm-er. will tiiKlro thr
1 !"i iri.'T. IVirker. f .r NVr .-hIhh.! anj home.
2 aurt!i. m. '.l. f..r Honolulu.
6 l.i'ia-ll!i. Tu.-. r. (.. rru a.'
8 aier.eril S.-.tt, Hutitini;. f.-r Honolulu.
S Tli..nia Nye. If .11 v. f .r New Za-nUn.l atij home.
7lleen Mar. U..rth. f.r New ltair.r..
Ilillmaii. Little, fr.r N w 7r:i!iml.
S 'hio, lUrrrt'. to rruie nnl h..me.
lO Ijancu.trr. Kiliiaaril, fi.r Il(.n.,:u'u.
f-r Tl.irty-tlire fur ; thlrtaren now iu j.rt
nes ev.-eeilinply dull.
ClKY At 1". ?. i;o.iiMl, in HonoI'iJu. Vt. 20, "a.l Wil-
I liam t'lnry, raa-loncini to an-nniento. "l;f.iri ia. He ns ia.
! unlive .f Haifni.-ie. He rim.e I., the :l.iil f r hi. henllh in
j Maarch. an.l lmaj ?r.nt ni'-t ofth" time .n llaaarnii. He has an
unrie. r. KH-haanl l oiiirlihiinl. livipc at Hrarx-h ".ve. II irN.r
Gnce, New K un.ilaii;.!. ai-.l a t.p.tl.er. Tin ma. Clary, a I'etry
' ofiieer on Ninl t". i j. M. Marv'.
s At I". II i it.il. Honolulu. . 21. Charles Ilrown,
. a native of lloilan l. l -'li irje,) fr. iu the hark Kratn-rs Palm'. .
Mwwov At II ;1 . Thoiiiaia J. ?.nim..ri. f .nnerly of TiTert'.u.
! it. I.
Kill..! p- iX-t. 13. Chx. M. U. yn.'kl.. 21 . ffu-er of wl:mk
hi lirafauira. from tha a ff-vt a.f injuries receive! i.n t!.e Hih.
1 aee.l aU.ut 27 year. rur.n a ariile. a 1'ile of In. tie work..!
looe. anl a .rtiou of it fell iigHtii lum, hatt.-ririe Ins 1 :;..
J Kr. ry attention aa j. ii l h.ni. I.ut niortitiratioii .n a. I in,
' a-ai:-ioir hi. arttim.-lv ie:,t!i. I v a native .f llar-lu i.--.
Ilr., j. . ...i.'v. Near . .
Ci'inckbt. The concert to be given this evening at
the Fort street Church, promises a rich treat to the j
lovers of music. The programme vrhich has Wen is- J
i suel comprises some of the most celebrated musical '
j compositions extaut. The performers will embrace
) the best talent we have in IK i.olu!u, under the able j
leadership c f Messrs. Ilasslocher and VVaMau. We !
j hope to see a generous turn out on the occasion. '
i Tickets (SI 00 each) can le had at the Bookstore, at
j the Drugstore of mith & Co., and also at the door.
J if The Frances Palmer, with the American J
. rr. j ' iriM r.a .lnaa i.rrA Sl f M r.l i tr V.nt thaa iir.il T l. t.r '
i ly wind now prevailing, may keep her out day or
! two. She will bring the mails of Sept. 21 and Oct.l,
I and from the reports receive. 1 overland, the papers
j will be unusually full of interesting news, including
the tour cf the Prince of Wales though the I'nite J
Plate?, the election returns, Italian war, etc., c.
OF TIIE '
at T TIIK AXXl'AI. MKKTIXK
II hi. u rnrar l'a.ininy, on the mh ult.
oll;cer were rlien f. r the j.r- sei t year. v:i :
Prttident II'N. li. M. ROKKKTs' N.
fire-I'midrnt W.M. HI LI.KHIt A N I', M. !.,
Stctttary I II. I1K KM I'll.
Treasurer, II. J. II. II I.I-.-Wi -UTIl,
A'i'titor All hL A ILMjK.
Honolulu, Nov. 10. 1 v. 2:4-2t
'JZf A large clipper passed the port, early Wednes
i day morning, westwarJ bound, under full sail, with
i studding -sails set. She was thought to be too large
) f jr the Lutus, i.ow Jue.
Keal Estate. We would call attention to the sale
cf real estate advertised for Saturday next, embracing
some of the laest located property in Honolulu. The
' ile will la positive.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
TL1IXE X. EXGlaAXI CREAM CHEESE,
Ml i Kixci hunch Raisins,
KiL Nn. 1 mackerel.
Kits t- tiirues and sound".
liuniett'ia flav..rirp extract.,
t rch ie fruitK,
A-sone-1 jams an.l j -ll:e..
An assortment of willow market hasket., cabin baks, knif
baskets, hurh'l La-k-t.. ;c.. .Vc.
Kresli iT'UU'l rotT-e. fresh lnker" Wrea.I.
1'resli Molokai huiter, fram Jones' liairy, jaolar oil,
M..l;.-es an.l "yrnji. ciJ. r v.n. i ir. ,ic.. sVc.
Alwavs o i I arv! a-il f r ilc nt retail.
2r'4-lti; r r air.TWP.ir-.llT.
C;ts,M SADDLES and IJR IDLES,
CAST STEKL UO S,
Cask SHEET ZINC, Cases MATCHES,
l.OSC IM1UNI) COM US,
SOLAR LAMPS, aL015ES iml SHADES,
PEKCl'SSK )N CA PS,
Bundl.s NORWAY SIIAPMS, s.xA, j;si,
Boxes CONE INK,
West-rn RIM LOCKS.
HarJ frarm.il si h-..l S LATHS. 1h.14, 8x12,
Cotton and w.rst.-.l SADDLE UIRTHS,
Jupujm.-J ROLLER IU CKLIIS,
KNIVF.S an.l FORKS,
Knamele.1 SAfCEPAN?, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6. 7 an.l S qt,
TKA SPOONS. NUIlE LAMIV, OCX FLINTS,
SHOE THREAP, flloK KKCSIIKS.
JEWS HAKI'S, Tinne,l Sl'l KS, Ac, Arc.
OX I LXD!
A full a'nonmetit the staple articles f.,r the n.-.tive trade.
XT I'lan.! onkT-s j.nwptly aUera.1-,-,1 to an.1 cjirefally parked
sliii'jae.1. 2.14-2 rn
I own iiita rest to exaiuine tin. t.rnriil laefa.re l.nyine aiehrrr,
; we guaratil.-e a euiaerior article at a Dnla-rate .ri.-e.
I yon HOLT V 1IEITK,
O-l ,,, V,rr,er Vr.rt ,.tul Merel,llt StrerU.
IX ACC OItllAXCi: WITH srt;.sTipx
fr..oi Various s..uro-, that a w lit rI .lay of llianki.pir.liaT
ruij-'ht tae ..sa-rre l thniiu'lioul it:" won't. Mini in r'atwi lariati""
the fact that tlio l ist Thurs.lay of Novetr l-r has laea-n ileiar"""
as the .lay of iuosi. if not all, of the I luteal Stat' , a alo tr
Tarioii. rwla'Sia.tical ImK... in .Kla-r I.iihU: NotaVe i laefrl J
piven that the Hawaiian Evanireliral Assai iati.i. hare T tr.lt"
Jsrve the lay o! Nov.inl.-r of tin re-ent yeir !.
cat thanksiriainn an-l .raL-e t Aliu.L'i.'y O 1 ..r l.i lnul;
morvia?., t-miorial an.1 spiritual, evt. n.le.l to tlie inlaal.il-u.M
these iolau.Is. Aiei they herehy invite the pastors awl FW
f the several rlnir.hes. Ih nutire -na-l foreun. K
isU'in.!., taa unite in the f M-ofaer relnriou lal.servanra; ..f tKt
"J that men woui.l prai-e the la.r.l f..r hid p.a..im-ai. aud W
bi won.lerful works t-i tho riiillri of iiaen. AiaJ let
aVtiTilice the stiaTif.ii i,f th.u.k g v ii.g . an l ilerliire hi
llonolulu. Nor. 7, IS'Xj. 232-2t
RS WHO HAVE rlF.Kf-"-
uriMT'a Wr rUly . r ll'V.
H" '' (2i4-ot) W. N.I.AIiR
IlST REC'EIVKM EX SIAM
OXE IX WANT OF C'llivt tr a t
are selling n j
at" TINO. will do well to L'ive u. a en!. n i-
A. , II. F. IVOR.
Ma1, ee.ac Anthnn'f Blook.
I.IKK lue. II
the Sa-ia- ..lis.. 4 : .. I w ,,t ll.etlol. IT
an.l w.V wi-h t. iM.ntin'ie tfce same ror the year lfil. ,
fieal that their sul.crij.'i..n--. lima.; I.e L;i..l.-.l in to the unila n-Fru
t)n or Ht fore' November I7
as the r.rler for l"t,I mui, l lorwar.l.l l.y the Com' t. Tlar I"
lowinjr are the tenm :
Harper's Wecklv, hj m.iiJ, fvr one jfr, v -
Do. Monthly. Jo. do. 8 V
Scientific American, Jo. lo. 2
A list 4 sucli names as wi-h to take FrMill ''r',rJ
Wapfkly Xrajajraapnpaf r, will alv. 1 erit, each .ihavn
IT No names will be sent unless tlie full atuonnt i rr'
XT Any jwrviii., tK.t li.,ret.fore suii.-n rihini;, can ol.uin rflr?'
or all the alanre, hy semlinj the amoonu nanie.I.
ITT All tlie aln.ve laapers are so well known a to ra-a,rf.
recommeii.lation. A.lrtres HENUY M. VHlTfc-
llnsiiit Lr, October 10, 1S60.
TII.SOVS PRIMERS. Ia.1. 2.1. 31 'Li!,'!
KF.A DEKi. This i a new an.l i.ipular series oa
B.H.ks lately i-ie.l t v t!,e Mesiri. llarin.r's, an.l 'l ,,e r'CT
by the shin SIAM.
Smith's History of Oreece f.rtr Schoi.Is.
t.lienilorffs Kiencli tiratnrijar an.1 Key.