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eTZTiMZSUAY, MOFF.MRt.R Z, KM.
nor Lt rM, e bate t n p-jrt Lot one wh.-h:p ar
rival injta th4 North, Uviah Ktcnl iwk'j hare Lourbe.1 which
he r ruitetl at inlfU'l ports.
Of merchantmen ther- hare Urn a numtwr "f arrivals. The
hmri. Constitution raxue in on Monday niTnm? from Ililo.
b" fbe huded a portion of hr luinlr. .he ha bm laid
oo f T Victoria, and Port Townro.l, ami will uil rr'y next
Tbe Soe -auiah clipp r .hip Triton arrirtt! & on 5unIay,
Larinp- mtde a fl paa: 117 days fr.m Liverpool, she
ia e-.'n-tl to tle of J anion. Crn ft Co. About thre-
fuarth of her arji cuott of iroo p; pe. an 1 h-r materi.! for
tbe Hawaiian GoTeraroert- I It fr--! are twin, landM in the
LaC corv-litinci- Samples, of the print iuiporte.1 l.y h-r were
opened tut iapectku yeirrnj, and in rariety f styl -, e..l' r-,
od patterns, aurpaiw anything jet import -1. "ur tra-l-rcan-boc
complain of any want of industry . th- part of the unprx
ter in proridln Hew an-1 .ri,-1r.al de:!rn to gratify t le native
II. B. M. amer feeute tocchr t x uj.-t- -. and will ro
Crwd oa her TrT3f? in a 0r-r dava. Soe l.rirg do later conimer
eial adrlct- from Valparaiso
The acouuoer Olina anl France Palmer are L.h cri the
bertii t sac FrancLv:o ; the Uttvft Ui -l on iaiuiay, ar.d the
latter by the loth of lieeeisb-r.
By advice r reiv-d by mail. w learn that the aric Oriental,
Jobawo, -W7 tun burthen, l.i-1 la. laid on the berth at Ii--toi.,
to load fcc Iiooaiu:u. eLe wtul sail urlj in Nov. mU r.
A laree aale ia a.lrert ..! of .lamai-ed ir'l e llar'jartj, tn
take place on Frilajr. The stje i4 worthy Hie attention A d.ai
era. The Hirhurg U aniler;--inar repairs.
The American thip Siam. which wa reported on Cre. x we
went to preaa tat arrk, wu utiI, the Ere lia-ir.;; t--eu e :irv-
fUished; the daotase bowertr pr"l ry atri-ui. A urvy
was Ixbl, the mult f which wa that U.e lomacr nr.-4int--l to
boat fli,(JO. Partial rvpain w.:i he ma le on the ship
aod ahe will proc?l home via M'Kn'a IUu l, ia alout lhr.-e
or four week. The ilamace waa not criunnl to Uic J.uIL, bat
ztetuleil to the abjres anl aaiU.
Is oar C'-t:og trie, the wlh!raal of three or four :hooti'
era, (the k 'innote, Vt, .Viri-i, on a whaling crui, ha una.
Um repairs, an 1 Kalnmn, Pr the Ililo an 1 Kawai)ae rite,)
aaakr sensiMe redaction in our coaati:;r flet, anj we notice
that the steamer's proopeets are improin both for fnrij;ht Arj l
passenger. The manozifrs of the steamer have a Serious Lk
la etxlcarorins; to axymm itlate with one el all the ports.
and hare aoade iaaportant charges, as inIiati ! :c the time tate
pohliabed in another column, bat will h rx-f t-r aturtpt wily
what thry are sore th-y can Jerf ktu.
Baaineas transactiuns are excee.linzly liroitrl tt this seavn
of the year, and arecoofineil m jatly to supplying the hi( pitig
la part. Ia domesUe protluce, coiTrv is still in active iltmaiMi,
sales being reported at 25c. Of Pulu a considerable amount
will go forward by the fainter, Utoah by the U.it a-lviors, the
price in San Francisco had recolnl to !'-.
t7" TJie bri? Oikm. Von II. ,1.11, Irft h-re on ptunlay tu-t,
but had to put back next day, l--aui- ba.Ily Trie cause p
I"ars to have l-n a want of pmj-r raulkicir. She will le
ready fr - atin in a few days.
T r Barl, Triton, N',;-n, r-p rt ?ail- l f--m Liv-rt 1.
July 'Ji frxi! U.e liir: i:i the Atlantir. Au.-i-t Was
from jpf. li. to -t. 11, in rjia':ni fnn io - . in Hi A:laiit..:
to!3 9. in the Pacific. Ktr-eri-r.rml heavy wea:b-r off t'.e
"ap- aud aw lar.-e t-l,r . f u.-. W-.j a f,r sou:h a 59 .
A.i.-a-t li, m Lit. a X . i,uj. 27 - 30 V., -.ke Eriti,h ship
L(.r,R:ct. tr m Ixtl.l -n, b-.ao 1 to t autta. Outhel-t, in lat.
j lo.jf. .'ij s W., aa t the Am-ricari hip J .hn K. Patten, ;
tli-n, is wht.-ivin tfif Mitiistrv l::ive -rrtj
r:itli'-r than reinove one evil, it j r-f.-r to
rv.sjrt t- :iri.)tlier ; un-1 f-.r this sliurt--i;itil,
suuM.il lij, tin? jt-jle cinJ-inn it. The
liht of tl.iy is i'it iui-rt -h-iir than tlie fact
tlut tho li'-avj incrt';ie of tax-'s an-1 Juti.-s
u what wo tit anl drink, on what we w.'ur,
anJ tin what w.? make, on iur to.'l, on our
fdrnitur-'. n our lands and rowin cr'jje;,
hits oniv prudwttl a ilfcrraxr in the annua
nrr.'tur t!f pu'-in: Treasury, the c-it'-nt of
Ora CiiNTKN vbi.w Voyaci k. ' n WeJrifs.lay
evetiirii last, as the Franca Volmtr ;uie into
f'rt, the committee to Jrhcii w:i delez-ite-l the duty
of preeutiojr t" Cart. Jons P.TY the testimonials
; prepared fr hiru by lis friends in Horn lulu, went
' on boar 1, and xro'.eoiiitl hick tho $!! it Captain.
, The c.-mrnittee, consir'iii of Mtw H f.-iner,
' I5urns, T. Spencer. C. Siiu-t and Fi'tner. then
' pres-nteJ to bira, in th name of his friends, a superb 'steamer IL'cute. In the evening Ills Kx. the Minis-
Ixm I'fMNYK IUy. The atiiiivi-rary of the re
cojnition of the in.lefetidtT.ee of these i! mds ly
l.'ns'aii 1. France and the Uuited States, occurred
yesterday, aud was ohservod as a hoii i iv. The
usual display of bunting wn made, and feasts in-
j numeraire occurred. At 11 A M. IT.s Majesty re
ceived at the palace the Representatives of Foreign
.nations resident here, and the ot:ke s of 11.11. M.
ter of Foreign Relations pave a fancy ball at the
Court House, which was uun-.erous'y attended.
from Ijverp.. !. . Uu I to P. o Jir in. fair.eiiiy, net!,; Inn. hicl will he siioWn Jy the IH-Xt J llhlishl
.TEr RET)VORl Oil. MARKET.
We hare Lad another quirt week in the oil market- rin
n) heal at S l.o, at which price the following oaics have leen
ssade: aoJ blw. (stan.it s rarn;) 'iMt an. (from nhip Vim.
Tbotnpai, ;) atad a rcel of flu l.oi. Also luu bbls. dark and
heavy at a price not quotable. In Newport yesterday, "."Ou M.li.
were sold at f 1 oo.
In whale od we do not hear of any transactions. Uuyers
oftW U cents per iraL, but hohiers detnaul 5o, iT, ami 61 cetin.
in Newport yesterday, luO bbU. blackfish oil, were sold at 00
cents per ral O monttia.
vVhalehoo is quiet with no sales in this market- In New
York sates have been made of 6oUU lbs. North et. at "i cents
per lb.; lO.UUQ do. hotsk, at same price ; 8,000 do. do., at SO
cent ; ami V.OUO do. Arctic, at Ho cents.
Ia the Lonlon market Sept loth, as we learn from the circular
of Meun. - ttooe A Co.. oils were quiet. A few parcels of J
roditferent quality were oCered at auction on the 14th, and
chiefly taken in ; 106 per tun appears to be the extreme value
of rood oiL Whale, pale, quoted at 33 10s. In Whalebone no
transactions quotations uicbanrl. North West C'-i'M to ltj;
Booth nea to To to o0 ; Polar 400. In Havre. ept- lUlh.
oils were firm at previous quotations, but there were no sale r4
importance nor had there been any importations for the week.
W hak-hooe was better suported in price, ainl lnuoo kil. Ucliobk
realixvl successively fr i la i-io per kil., duty paid. .V. H.
Standard. Oct. A.
ih br-if Tuu:ar.eren. Utu T.ivi rr-.I. N.up-1 t l;.i-ri Avr-!i.
alii the Iirm--n h.sr Hr-cien. fr-m V',n: jui, b. uid to fal
m.juth. fi-j4-a..-r 11. ... Brit:s:-i bark .ina. : I lr. ..9-
h.. 1 fijr lJ - W.. fr j S.ii l- r:ar. I, ,!:. t V:lp ira... o.-..
'J, in I tt. .'i - s , no - VV . Aiu-rir.i:i !,-p ' kiq T.x-
pr-i, fr.rn Kup pe. l-uui.d t San Krarn i .-. );. It. in l..t.
SI 5 :.;. W5 W . firv the Hr.u-h S-ivereii.-ii. but l
tain'il no part. -ill ir. s.hte 1 Ju.,-i r -r: ar !-x on tl.u K::i of
Tr II. B. M. v-ain-r -e-ife, C .mirund r II r- j.r:'i
.Sailed from 'aip-iru, iit-t. lo. I.urj.i t Vancouver Nlaxid,
to relieve II B. . tean:er P!un:p- r: a.'.er th- two ve-ie- ! have
etchanz'd oi5 -- rt t:ie I1.im;-r will j r.--d to Kn-Und. Left
the Eua La:it a:el r.tei:ite at Valparaiso. 11a.! fair weather to
.-hip .Vonte sunia. II n.an. report f'niio.! in the fc!.otsk ,
had cl'.ar xeather in M.y, and aw i t.tv .! w.ai-s shop,
but foond it imte.il.le to -icure thetn, th-r 1 eir.ir sach innneiLe
quantities of ice. Imrir.L' the uv.riti.s ' f Ji:i-i:.l July, there
t-ein- vry tl.ici f c. . ! ut t- sr !,:,;. , ( Ajau ct. 11.
Report . et. 'j, yJ:.,:y !..rc ..i. Whit'-si 1.-. l.rl.- ; l:h. !r:i-
jiniin Ku.-h, I":-!.. U'jO br:.
rhip Cambria, l"eae, la-t fr fta liiUi, p-prr:s rui-ed in the
Ochotsk :jI foor.l tlie weather fi'l. ut whais ' re f-w and
shy. Had jfl weather d .wn. llnutht the rmairin ,f Cpt.
Tillman, late ma. ter of :h. Midai, from Ayan. to le- .-iit to the
I'liitiil states. IlfcirJ from the Mil , Oct, 12, w.th vxj l arrels.
Sp.ke the Hawa.iau whsch Maria, Moltetio, o days out fr in
this j"aTU ail well.
ship Mven-j'j, WtM, rep. rts Crui--1 in th- Japan anil
Ochotsk Sea-i. Found poor whalin? in the former. Ia the
Ochotak, Iia-I srreat deal of f... hut encountered very little
ice- Took ti.e fir-t ri-ht whale on the Z-,l May, in latitude
VI ' N., lo n.iles fr the coat of Tartary ; tk tl;e l.t.t S-pt.
5, in !at. Vt- X., fT the x ci-it of Kan.x hatka. Ia-ft the
ITPHir.d s'ept. 2o. in the pa.-sae down had eat-rly wii.di to
lat. l - . tiiTi s'Ctli'-r!y wind.-.
Ship Hurrti-jn, Ii-rii.i, rep,rts Cruise I in the Japan mid
JchoUk ifeai" ; weather bad and whal-s saroe. Satv only one
whale on Japan. Went thnwtrh ii to the kh -t-k June T ; saw
some ice; cruU.d in S.W. Ifciy, whal-s v, ry rcaice. Took the
first whale Sept. 1. Left the B.iy Oct. 11; had k'I weallier
down to lat. 02s, lor. c. 160s W. Had southerly winds for
about 10 days. II id no trades until 21 hours after sighting the
ulan's. Itrititri the folloair.j; report: iKt. lo, Kmi!y Morgan,
Whitesiile, TtJ barrels ; Vesp r, llaili y, ti.iO ; 14th. J'jsephine.
Chapman. 7'si ; loth, Gra-f-rter, Knl-erj, OTo ; S. Coniai.tine,
Undho.in. 6oO; Nov. 11, saw the Josephine steering to the
southward, hound to Ililo.
?hi'i If ushinijlon, Purriuptoii, r-f.rt rruiwl in the Japan
and Ochi tjk Sea- ; lia.1 mueh thick foir the fir?t part of the sea
son ; afterwanls, hail moilerately fair weather in the bays.
W 'hab-s were very shy and sc-arce ; rccaiionally saw qn te a
nuuiljer. and then aa.n WoiiM sec none for It.ariy al.-.ys. Saw
the flrt ri'ht ahales April l'l, i:i J ipan S-a ; tK,k the fir-t.
April 2-i ; saw ri-ht whales in the (hoi-k June 10, a large ImjiIj-
of them. Saw the fir-t how head July 21, tS Fclt.xbdf; saw the
last Oct. a. Took the first Au.-u-d 2 !, :ir..l the last September
6th. Came tl.pMiih the 50th t.aiai:e on the S:h of IXtoUr.
Russian shiji Greoe. Btrg, KnU-rtr, fn-m tX-hotsk, r.-ports
Cruiseil in Japan and tchotk S--as ; first bowhead the 22d
June, the last on 21.-t OcL In June an 1 July, weather fojrjry
an! whales si-arce. Left Ayan 21c k:tolK.r s had very heavy
weather down. Lat- 39 s , lon. los V., lost main yard and
starboard quarter loat, In a heavy squall.
PokT or Hilii. Arrived Nov. 22, Am. h ship Jonephine,
Chapman, from OchoUk, TlX) wh, Sooo lone, season ; 4o0 ,
90f wh. Voyage.
stati.-:;. ; while: tise: mui . tiai thero is
1--.-S uMIity in tl; ioiti n to in..-t th rtililic
-.v;ii-s. i in- humiiiatiii f.n-t stale's out rx.--
; f r-- us, that we are tw-d.iy, as tt i.ivernm-nt
; arid a j-oj 1. i....,r- r than w w r-.- f.vi- y.-.irs
:tj;', and without . jr"sj--ct tf ijiij-rver.n-nt.
i Th-; l 'or- ;i.s.fd r-vi-iiue-, th? le2:ii X condition
'of the jiihlic Trea-'ury, th? t!us..-.l s;.ris! ;md
t 1... nr. . . . . , ,. ,
un'-iims on every street corner, wiin ntr:e
si2jnifi"-Miit j.lacards staring out fr-.:u t!ie vvin
il'iws, th loud liiurmurins of native tax
fayers, wlm neith'.r liuv, n.'pr ean jpK-ure
the whiT'jwithal to j ay t!:; "l .-ht demand. -1,
a non-jiytiifiit of which odisitis tl.tm. with
out a criin-', to the ehain-ang all thtx- at-t'-st
th; truth of what we Lavr m.,rv than omv
iir'-'ai ined, that imtin diate reforms are need
ed. And th" sjoncr such reforms take jdaee,
tlie . inner will the evil 1 eradicated.
If chang-3 are not made, such rlianges as
will tend to restore uh!io confi leiice at home
and ahr-iad. the retr'-j'rade itiovement in our
rumiiuree, our j.rosp-rity and our r-s nirces
now in;i on, will continue, till hut a score
or two of ehijvs will be the most that we
shall see in oar hartior, while the ms3 will
grw under the liorscs" hoofs in Titir streets,
and mosd cover our wharves. This is no idle
prediction. The year IS 00 is the only one
out of the next decade that will exhibit its
hundred shii.s duriiii; :i full so-as..n at Hono
lulu. Its glory is uVj.artir., and the future
oj-.ns liefore us a blank full of uncertainty
Tint where is the reniedy ? Of this more anon.
Col 1 chr . nonieter w.i'cl and a larste s':lk enn tnt, on
which were in sort ted tlie figures 100 en?:rc!el in a
wreath of -ji irs. Ad jte-ss were roale ly Messrs.
, II.ts--aT aud Steneei, totii t.f which net with tieat
and c-. !rfe..us replies fr.'Qi the Worthy Cotntui-.lore,
who his Wei'. eirii'l tiis expres-icn i f pu 'ic sent:
tuen: towards hitii. the hark ,-awJ tne es'.-iii-a
le a s.iiurp wr.is ire.l t a .let.ie'inn-nt of the H iw.t-
iian Artillery, under the speci.tl direct:,,, of H. 11. ; an 1 htmseif. an 1 the promptness with which it has
II. l'rince t.
! The Ascknsiox Island Obcii-ar. In another
; part rf onr paper, we puhlNii a ctrd from the Kev.
! Ir. Gu'ick. in which he acknowledges having been
. led into error regardtuc: some of the sh;ps referred to
: in his circular. This is an act of 'ustice due to them
Nrw Books. have received from the i nblish
ers, Messrs II. 11. lVin.-r. ft x V, of Franoisoo,
the following new works :
VuninB instruet.,.! f .i onlniary tractions in matters
,.f Heeds. M..rtau.. AcWi...wiel"tt.vnts. --
netu. li..-;ent. AtUi-titneni. i-n ' " " '
N. :es. I'.! f s ile. I.vut- r
. v':fe. M.irriace and I'.vnnv, itome-
A l-lt Il'.iO . It' i-l. t ll.vllrl MTl.if .
tl.rk. N.J.ir.-. s!ie..f.-. :.er?.
e 1'ul.lu- trti.-.m. fot.traet,. C. r, r .i-.l.hs. J i.r...M. I or
ei .'.tier. Ir.MTie i'-r-.... K-:rsv. W .11-. Power- ol Att.-rney,
i .,wi;ri un.l Tenant. M a!. si rs Lien. Just-
,oes- tViir':-' Ma-i-tratrf. M.oes. Mif.it:c-i.l Water KiKi.
Willi tiumei-m j-rvvii'.ei .-
ue ,f te.!'.e-s a:ii Profis-iional Men.
"Vlhvrs. Miner, vi.v.'i.'inics .in.i ravni-
t-l. un icr iVR. v.y.l l.a an t inr
lTIJ l.l- OH C"il STW , ;,-utni...-t.
t.r. Hu.-! ainl
4 r(.!tr:iri.:i- N C.
(Cirri -..,ii.Kiiee ..f the I'n.'i.lc Com mere .at A'lriri,
Dun Sin: Al!i.w me. thn ugh jmr e.,!umn,
call 3'oiir attenti. ti to an rrn r m the '
published t his morning. Ia speaking of the burn
ire of the ship Si.n.i," its itetniier nays " fir .
,'tc, etc., etc.
si.-m.l f.r tin
O. ut'iv ami T
. r. :'t;i
Ja i:c::il le'.::i. t
l een made, w::l tend r.o doubt to remove much ol the
ill-feeling which that document was calculated to
It may m t be kmfii to all cur rciL-rs thit so
long 'is ISIo, Cap-.i'aty was invtste 1 ' y the h"j;h
et autlo.rity of this C-overnmetit. with tiie ofTice f
seneral pntectur of Hi- tiian subjects on the coast
of Ca'if. rnia, and as that d'-cumeut has never l een
recalled. w s-triws it still in as full f. rce as it
r.,. v.-.. i ..... .t.... i .. ..;.., . i seen bv arrlication to Messrs. Ib C. Watern an X
. e u i e lei i.ur i .i v i1 1 ii ut it iiiv.i . .
! Impf.ovfd Brf.ki Rams. The P.:!,ner brought
down s..me improved stock, consist:!),; of a Durham
: cow and bull calf, and three full-blooded Southdown
Rims. Two of the rams are for sale, and can be
V.'e have : :ne l a C"py of it, w!
insert herewith, as we think it has never been pub
I.N fill. XV.VK OK III; M.VJK.-tY K AMKIIAMl 1IA III.
OF HIE Haw. IMS I-LAM'S, KlNil.
Be it knowti, that by His M ije?:y"s command, I
heie'y AttKiitit an 1 .Mtmiii.-rioii the beater hereof.
! John I'aty, K-i., M ls'er of the Hawaiian bark Don
II. 11. Kancrott
Qui. rot--, to eserce tlie powers and privileges c f havinj been given of the lecture, the attendance was
senior e i'.::i:n an I ti-i'al sui'.ervise.roveralt merchant '
.... i . i i . . -
Rrs IsT'i. As the barkentine Constitution was
vessels leirii. the Hawaiian lias on the coast of t'ali
fori.i.i :u 1 Mevli-n t.ir tiie -oecial titirre-es of ailiii?
aril assisting the masters and etews of such ves.-tls, ! being: towcil in the harbor on Sunday morning, owing
and His M ne-fy's su'j"0ts residing in California ( f ; to her being deeply laden an I not minding her tiller
seeius that 'tliey u-srect the ituti.oi-itits an 1 the laws readily, she ran afoul the bark Bherim:. carrying
of tin? le.rts that tliev v;s:t of renreM-ntiti in t lie ' , . . - , , "
i-- - 1 away the tmzen ton-mast of the latter vessel. !vo
Kui s name against opj ress-.oti ittul injustice Uone to j
them ot corresponding with the public fiicers of j other dama-e was done,
foreign natiuiis when necessary fi.r the gotx.1 of His
Majesty's subj- cts mid of forwarding their com- Axothkr Repobt. By advices by the Palmer, we
plaints, whenju-t, to me, for the information of His learn fiat "John A. Hawkins, of Va., had been ap-
i Co. Those wanting pure-Moo I rams to improve
i the:r Seeks, will finl this a rare opportunity to
; obtain them.
i Mioroxisiax Lkcti-re. Dr. L. II. Gulick's third
I lecture, embracing a description of Strong's Island,
; was delivered on Tuesday evening last, at the Fort
Sfeet Church. Owing to less than usual notice ' and each decisiou is briefly givm with full references.
1 To these who cannot have access to the full reports,
' this digest must prove indispensable
T rrttorv. Sun Fnf.ci?c : II- .-! " v.
A reliable K.ok of forms is a necessity iu every
business man's Cv .unting-rc. m mt less than in a
lawyer's oflice, and the above, though prepared es
pressly for the use of those residing in the American
Pacific States, is probably better adapted to the re
quirements of these islands than any other work ex
tant. Our laws and forms are mostly copied from
the American laws, and Bancroft's Lawyer will be
found one of the best compendiums obtainable.
A In;Esr or tiik Iecis;os am oi-imoxs of this sTpkkmk
l ot KI OK 1HK STATK UK I Al 1IOKMA. Irolll H irt.,iiu-
i .ei I.. Jan 1 14 n-imrtol in the Cl'.llon ia Ileixirts.
1 r.i 10 iii.-lusive. ltv I wri Shean-r. Attorney an.i
Counsellor at 1-aw. San Frat.cisco.
This is a useful lkof reference f. r Judges and
Lawyers in these Islands. The topics on which the
decisions are given are all alphabetically arranged.
.M i.testy s government
liiveu under my hau l and the seal of the king lorn
this m2lt day of February. 18-16. at Honolulu, iu the
Hawaiian Ulands. (Signed.) Kkoni Ana.
Bv the Premier of the Kingdom.
L. S 1L C. Wvlmk.
Minister of Foreign Relations.
The gallant CoinmoJore, who has bem identified
pointed Conul at Honolulu, vice Buell declineJ ;
and Chas. Richmond, Consul at Lahaina, vice
Chandler, recalled." We give the report as we find
it in the San Francisco papers.
! I'fcnar at 1IhIIm, ia trabrr
Lam Ouarter.. i
m. I dr.
A. I rirt Quarter.. la
t A. 'uil Mo....i-i
L.ATKST U tTHS. rrrrirrd at IhU OOlrr.
Won fmnr.it .er Olivia. I-c. 1.
Von Uabai5a jier Kamui, Sttonlay.
pout or iioijolulu. h. i.
9ot. 21 Am b !i'p Metaoics, Hinds, frnm Ililo, tiff anil on.
Ru wh h.p tirrtat KTg. Knhetv, fpun Ucbnt.li, 3T0
n,wi nn, en.Ti ; iw wn, .ooo vo. rojaee ;
22 Am wh r.itrk JnUiio. Foter, fm lahaina. off ami on.
'r wn it. Kiehmond. iiathawar.foi Lahaina.
23 Haw. (tenner Kilauea. IWnU.ta kmhv. Labaina
anil interuietiiate Unlinks with 25 harrris bf. 10
bales pulu. I Laif '!. bnrun, U bead cuttle, 5
ei, e, mee. etc.
' Sell I leery. Kit iere, fn.m Et Maui and lahaina.
I Sell Knn. U iltmr. fr-nn KaLuiui an. I Labaina, with
Lel.-. tallow, etc
23 Scb Litlia, liar.l iw-r, fnxn Laapahoehor. with 110
bar olu, JO hiile, an. I itevk pa.rnicrTi.
24 Srh Moaoaawai. :arcbant. frutn K'lfia. Hawaii.
2 Scb .Miifciaai. arnle. tru liana and Labaina, witb 20
dec It paaaenr,
24 Am wh thip Enhrair, H-ath, fnxn Lahaina, off and
V Haw hrU Oaha, Von 1th!t, n-turne.1 frnrn trn leaky.
JA Danish chpprr hip TntiKu Xeilsen. 177 day fr.-ra
Lirerpil. witft pipea fur the water-works, an-1 a
renerml caneo fci Janion, Um-n Jc Co.
14 Am hwrkentiii Cmuttitution, 'ter, fm Port Town
rnd ia Ililo, Kith lumher. etc
'2i Seh KBM-UaBM-t.a IV B l.ile, tr ro lahaina.
2 svh Klrv. Henry, fnna Kawaihw, Hawaii.
21 H. b. H.'m tenamer llerate. lla.ikiri. J5 t.m, 210
pwwer. tJiM, jj ..nicer ail m-n, 4 1 day
fra Valparitioi. m r Mite Vancouver' IWaml.
27 tfa wh hip Kut.ia 1IkI, McUmlry, from Labaina,
off and) mi.
27 Rum. Am. 'mauya !iip fararw.t-h, J.,rran, 23
aay ir.n S'ua,rn r. hi tc PM ret. ril.ur-.wul, ,,x
passenger ara a carijo or fur an-1 otle-r m.le.
To tail to a few day, toucl.inrf at llangha. II.
I lack fi 1.1 A l o., aitrnt.
7 Sea ran ma lnkr. lliailwick, fin K una anl lail.aina.
with i r baius ami anchor. 1.4 empty cask, etc.
27 Scb Km.Mkeik.. M etiwrby . fr.in Kahului ami Latiaina
X Pel Mririret. Hjiii. fr K'4-iu, witfi ftrcw..l.
-h Vueva. ktiun. fm Kalep.ilcf.i, Laliaiua ami Mod
kai. with it.il.w-.
23 Sefi 0. Feiliw ami t.xcrl frm irt on Kauai.
From WispwaBti i-r Nettie Merrill. S' r 21 Mrs Ii, Mr
Kapaakea. Mr. Aseyut. 2 fhinanun. nbf.ut 50 on de-k.
-i.r Kat il per I1 JelU.w. Nov Jl Ju.l-e Hani y. wife and
2 children. V Provost, aliout 20 on deck.
From MiM'irakD per Kilauea, Nov. 23 E Spark, (Vint J
N Spencer. Mi L JhIiiim.hi, Mis .Mary l H:le, J V Green, Mr
H m.ey. Mr riatt. -a on deck.
rom iNDwauo ir Henry, Viv I-rel Fi.'ier, J ini.
cuiiih, Mr Kdd n. and one other. 2-t on deck.
From Vli.vp-.iKi pi-r Emma Uuuke, Nov. 27 2 Master
Bailey, a' wet 60 on deck.
F.ir WiM.waBD i-r Nettie Merrill. N-.v. 2-1 ) llruvt ui. V S
C.msul f.r lail.aina, ti II It-en , A:,, a. tyi ..u deck.
For W15DWAKO i r H.laun. .N..v. i7 Jl:-t i Alexander.
Mi M.irv l'itui:ii. Mi Uii-sie Jud 1. ' Ilreaer. 11 tiulu k.
Tiinma Strf-ncer, Ki. h.ir l IJnyd. V II lc:e-, F S Wilcox, E
Pparki. II F.nik. Mr St-.;ii. M.i-ter runi.in. loO ou -leek.
For l.a litis per Lnaaa I0.ke. N n i- ii O M"'r". Hi...ut
12 on deck.
We have frevjuently alluded to the difficulty expe
perience'I by the reporter here in obtaining reports
showing the state of our market. It is true it is a
limited one, and does not compare with those of
larger cities ; but small as it is, it is equally import
ant for the character of a commercial paper, that it
is kept posted up on what is going ou, and it is to
Thanksoivino. To-day having been designated
as a day of Thanksgiving, public service will be
with these -Mauds for the pat twenty-three years, j held at the Fort Street Church, at 11 A.M. Kev. S.
I C. limon will preach the sermon. The public are
invited to attend.
Books at Auction. A sale of books and pictures
Ml -.1. t .-. .1. . ff 11 f
I wi:i taKe place in me rooms, oi -v. i . i,u'reu ou
Saturday evening at T o'clock. Catalogues will be
ready on "Saturday morning.
. Sch Miiry Aim
' Itark Mai v Kra-ice
; Hark Win. II. Miiiler,...
Itark Alice larlton.
Hark France l'ln.er,.
Hark Fanny Major,....
! Bark Franc. l'ltliu -r,.
II di'Jercni venscN...
I'ea.e to S.phia II. Clapp, a l..p.ed daughter of Mr. Inniiel '.
l rue, oi tii: city.
'. 2J Am wh !.ip Kami . Mantrr. in rruir and linr.
22 Am wh (h Ninroil. llowra. Ut N. .alaiMl and h.ne.
" Am wh hip retci. Tobey, (. Ji. ealaml and h.oie.
2J A in wh bip Jloriesuma. Tinker, li.ie.
XI ch Mean? Merrill, llorrr. .r Lahaina and Hibv
2i Am wh hip Califinia. West. It ca.-t C'allf-rriia.
2 Am wo chip Carolina, lianlimr. rruii and hmnr.
2a Am wh slilp Ft.iu, tmith. loriit crubw and bonie.
2-t Am wh hip Mamiirn, Fodrulire, lo cruiie on New
24 Am wh ship Metacom, Hindi. tr New Be.lf.nl.
24 Am wh h Unhc Edward, W...I, d c. ant Calidmia.
24 Am wh hip .baron. Swift, to cruise ami home.
24 Am wh hk tint. S-.t. HuntinK. for coaM Califurnia.
24 Haw brir ttaba. Von lloklt. IU. roen.
24 Am l.ip ka.lua, Kunlett, Ut Xew liedfor.!, with a
full freight of oil and brtie.
25 Am wh snip Janua. mith. t-,r cavil California.
2" Brem wh lip KepaMik. sryrr, to rrnir.
2 Am wh ship L. C. Kicbraouil, lUthajray. tocruine
art Am wh hip Nile. Fih, to cruie.
24 Am wh liarit Farontr. hmitb, to rruiw ami home.
2 Am wh hark iipey. Man ter. to rruiw and home.
2 Am hark Comet, Snilth. fr San FranriK.
2 Sch Henry. K:iere. f..r Lahaina and East Maul.
27 Am wh altip Harrrt. Manchester, to cruise south.
27 Am wh ship Henry Knet-land, Kell. y, for the ci at of
27 Am ah ship ICaao 2.!, Dehart, for New Zealand arid
27 Am wh hark Martha 2.1, Daily, lor the Line and New
27 A in wh bark Ontario. Foster, to craiar.
27 Steamer Kilaara. Berrlll. Ut Lahaina, Ililo and inu-r-
cediate porta and Undine..
27 8rh Kalama- Henry. Ut Kawaiha.
27 Sch Manookawai, March ant, Ut Kona.
27 ch Henry. Bivirrr, fr Flax Maui.
-X Am wh ship Chaodler lnce. H, 40 rob, to cruise.
'JS Am wh h Uid. Ilowtand. W illiam. to cruise bmr.
25 Am wh ship Moatrxania, Hocvan, fr California coast
V 3ch lama Rke. Cha.lwirk. fr Lahaina.
a Sch Kamoikeiki. W'etberhy. Ut Lahaina and KabnluL
VESSELS I I'ORT-XOVE.MIIER 8.
In Honolulu. Nov. 26, to the wife of Charles II. Jud I. Ei .
S.'W In If n-.hihi. Novrnieer 24. Miss M.irr Fl. im.w. onlr
daughter of Capt. tt. F. pik.w, ..f ibis city, ad 17 years and 6
Ktt iri r.t r July 21. Jim Kauhil-le, l,ar.l alwl l.ris
K-.hoU, of congestion of Ihe Iu:il-s. He was a iialive of this
K..KAIoS'.a July 10. on muni wh hit Speedwell. f c..n-
sunipti.1. Jack, a ttaiive -f K'.rat.oiira
J"i Sept. lo. on tv.r-l s-inie aihii.. of consiimi'tion. Hear
Jones, (-.lel man,) ot Wan-ham, M ., aire-l 2.1 years.
ur cemirary acrus-s the e... n.in. ut i.f the hard times
ami the -cjrcity -t shales at the N'.-rth. We think the ..n
cusation shout ou a par with th- f.hi r." l''ilynetan. Not. 17.
The alnf? is :i fair sis-i-iim-ii nf the Veracity
which ever Iia., ami j.m'iablj ever w ill, charac
terize tne tovernment ( r in. routed ostetiM-
Lly tn a t sis the lnouth-j ieee i.f the Mini-try, it
delight m rifriiuinatiiiis wl.-llv tun-.tlled-furaiid
stateuieiit' withnut the tlihtest I iuiidatiMtis.
Su.xtaineil only y virtue t.f the j.nblic rnilit,
which its continuance threat.-ns to bankrupt, its
course neither adds t the Iiormr of the'iovern
inent 11 ir the .ro.jicrity of the r-enple.
Tin ('omiif rrial has never uinlertak-n to liare
the ovi-mment or Mini.-trv as the cause of
accidents of mere fortuity, nuii.li less the sear-
city of whales at the North, as asserted by itu
the merchants only tlie reporter can look for iuforma- L'ou tjuiM.t..-,.
tioti. The fv'll jwin on this subject we take from the J.
Loston Commercial ltullttin, a paper which, in our
opinion, (an 1 we have had some experience in our
day,) embodies what constitutes a commercial paper,
not even a pun being allowed in it, except it have a
commercial twang. Our merchants, who wish to get
the best commercial paper iu the Eastern State-, will Bark Mazeppu,
find it in the Bulletin : W-.K Baltimore,
Oca Market Reports. In our market report of ,' ,:r' Z"e
!.... 1. a.....! .... I..- K "!. . L ......
IllM set-ft wc i-i'ei, mrici niv 11c 'j 111 ju1111y v luill, j g, te;tl'-;.
tnat tne 1. snipping i.iu reportea sales 01 'Joo
bales in this market at 15c, that on inquiry we could
not trace the sale, and that we believed it was a des
perate attempt to bull the market. We have since
ascertained that a sale of that amount of bales hits
beeti male, and so far we make the correction. Very
strong exceptions have been taken to the expression
ou our part as to the attempt to bull the marke",'
on the prouud that a newspaper iu rerortitin tlie
markets should induce in no gratuitous remarks, or
pive nny opinion beyond the simple; figures siiowitn;
the arm.utit sold and the prices realized. On this
point we take issue with oar too sensitive friends ;
and to illustrate, will take tho article of fiuuny Cloth
as a leadiug article of LV s'oa cuimerce. All thrnu'i
the past season the pi ice lias In en shitting fr m one
extreme to the other. To a person at a distaiic-e frjm
this market the reasons for such variation are not
available exeept thn.uirh the medium of pub'Uhed
pajer to its subcrit.ers in New Orleans or Savannah,
from tlie one iu Uoston .' or is the purcha-er at New
Orleans ti be denied the right to look into the mai-hi-
j nerv of tiie trade of 15 ist.ui lit-oause one or two 15. .-ton
merchants hold a large quantity of a certain article
in their hands for which they tvi-h to obtain a certa.u
price ? If this is the standard of et hies or f time: s by
which a commercial journal is to lie conducted, then
let it le known when and on what day the interests of
certain parties arc to be alviate-l. We know that
our 15...-tmi merchant j have a singular aversion to
making public the bu-.ine.-s of Iloston, o-f least,
through our i.f' t.'ifir own jitiprrs, though such infor
mation is telegraphed in advance In New York. If
there was that freedom to impart information to jour
nals here that the New Vol k merchants practice, with
reft ird to the journals of that city, our market wouM
reveie a coire.-p nding importance abroad. In New
Vol k iiew-paprrs, business mutters, the rise and fill
in prices, and the rct-ons then-tor, are as amply
discussed us are thoM of p'.litics, religion or foreign
news, and it is for thit very reason that .W ir York i
papers arc so extensirely tauen a n l rea l by our mer-
will, we trust, soon receive from His Majesty's Gov
ernment some more substantial mark of its esteem
and gratitude for his long and tried services than a
mere caile Llunche. The following is a list of Capt.
Paty's voyages made in the Pacific :
l'AsSAtiKS MAIiE llY C A I'TA IN JnllN I'ATY 1IFTWEES
S A N FKAMISCU A.SU THE HAWAIIAN lLANIs.
: Laxn Titlks in Sax Kkam i-oo. IVci.-ions of the ipreme
1 i.nrt 111 Die S!;.ie of t'alifi riiia in the case of Hart i f
j Burnett et :il. and Holiidi.y i.. FrOee. wiih iii.ns iind
coinments. Hv a ineiulK-r of the California Bar. t-.iu Fran-
I Cisco. II. II- li.mcrofl 4i Co. l-'O
; The title of the above pamphlet indicates its sub
ject, and to those interested in land titles in Califor
j nia, (and some of our residents have more or less
to do with them,) the decisions are important. Either
jof the above works can be ordered throughMr.il.
1 M. Whitney, from whom the prices can be obtained.
IMS PATCH mm: of PACKKTS I'OIl
I THE FAST-SAILING HAKK
" CO.MMOKOiKE JOHN I'ATY.
: W ill have ouick dispatch. Eor freight or passage, apply to
H. C. WATEUMAN & CO.
Maine of ' .
sen iioii::ui.. .
L OU SAX FllAXC IStO DIIUX T !
Port Sckveyor We are pleased to learn that
Mr. J. A. Ilassinger, has been appointed to the office
of Surveyor of tlie Port of Honolulu vice J. Miles resigned.
Navh.. II. 15. M. Steamer He-cute, atrned here
harbor .n the 27th instint, forty-three days from
Valparaiso. !ie left England on the "ith of June,
and touched at M ideira, St. Vincent, Rio arid Straits
of Maxell. in, an U ing at Va'p iraiso on the 21 of ( ct.
Lluritig the passage from the latter port, she has been
only three days under sle im. She will sad again on
the Hi of Ii.-ectiiber. fur Victoria, where she is to re
lieve the ste tmec Pl i-iji -r, which has be:i ordered
home. Tlie following is a list of the otlicers of the
i .V ii.'irKlM'ST.V-i77r..-
i:. W. W alien
'li. i-. l'o.iii l-i Mittir.
John I.. Ij.ieri.-ll .sor..uii.
A ! o-i-r I..-TI ,i int'iii r.
Cl.:is. W ri-ht t tm r Untjiue r.
Wni. II. Bell .1 niit'inf Surtjion.
ilarehiv Carv J.iMMturtt I'aymwtt r.
C. Itril.-U," 1
W". C Mi-rt-'ii. J-sixfitnt Kntfimtr.
Will. I.. A1S, S
Chas. Warn tiuiiHir.
.1. Sparks HoatitruiH.
J. Bov. iiiuti Citrprutt r.
Sometiii.no Nkw in hie Shoe Trade. An article
of thick nnd russet hregans, made with a wooden
sole, and intended for farming or plantation use, has
been patented, and they are now manufactured iu
large quantities by C. McCleKan & Son. Chicopee,
Mass. An exchange says it is claimed for this in
vention that it is preferable to the leather sole, being
impervious to water, warmer in winter as wood is a
non-conductor, and cheaper to the customer as they
will wear much longer than the best double soled
brogans ; and for neatness of style no heavy leather
shoe can compare with it.
A CAIII). Tlie nnlersiiiel hereby lender
I trieir sincere manKSi to tne rire I'epariineni 01 iionoiuiu ior
their unwearied exertions on the niclit of the -Oth inst., in ex
' tincutsliin the fire on hoard the ship Siarn.
j C. A. WILLIAMS & CO.
Honolulu. Nov. 22, lSCs). 236-lt
Will sail for the al-ove Port on SATl'UDA V, Heceniher 1.
Freight taken at 4 per ton ; passage, 50. Apply to
031-.1t J. S. WALKKK.
FOKTLAXW, O. T.,
YIC5TOKIA, V. I.
PIKITECTIOX I V h-r- iluty call
T II EKE YOl -I.L FINP IS! The Memhers of
r.; I'rntectioii IIiM.k i Ladder Company No. 1 nre
i herehy requested to he at their Hall on MONUAY EVENINti
( next, at 7 o'clock.
Per order :
cretarv P. II. t L. Co. No. 1.
A CAKD.-Tu llioi-e who lmr rcri-in-il n'
' .v mv brother and myself, containing the
J Ascen-ioii Island Shippini; List for IviU: r
j To my extreme surprise and nu rtificatirn, I find that I was
led astray l.y my inforuiants, other than the missionaries, and
that dipt. I'aily of the Martha 2ii, and Capt. Lanil-ert of the-scli'H.:.-r
Etnrraf.i, have not even lieen at Ascension Island
Pacific Ocean, this year.
F'or this jrravo error I offer Captains I'aily and Lambert my
deep rejirets and acknowledgments of nron.', ai..l wish thus
puMicly to ask their par loii. Theleast I can do is to endeavor
to make this correction as public as has been the mistake, how
ever they may otherwise hold me responsible.
As the reuiaiuiii;: part of the shipping list for Pon.ipi.f. r lsno
ARP.IVAL OK WATER Pirt.S. I'y the ship Triton, ! '' a!s" iratland partly from the same Sources thus proved un.
we are happy to announce the arrival of the new
iron water-pijies, ordered . from England. These
pij.es, of which there are about o'MJ tons, vary from
three tj twelve inchts in diameter, the larger sized
being inteude l for the mains, and the smaller ones
for the branches. These, with the old pipes njw on
hand, are sufhient to lay about seven and a half
miles of water pipe. This will enable the govern-
reliaMe, I cannot now ask for the confidence of the public, and
j I sincervly regret the publication of it in my circular.
I Hoping that the discussion of this subject 111:13- le continue!
under the light of well established facts, until an enlightened
! public .pinion shall be I n ujjht to bear upon the deeds of those
j who fp'in Christian hinds visit tlie islands of the Pacific. I sul-
TllE HAWAIIA.V BRIG
N. T. BENN FAT, Master,
Will sail for Portland, ria Victoria, on or about the 10th prox.
j F'or F'r-ight or Passage, apply to
1 2.16-tf J. S. W'ALKFUt.
droit i:w E3E:iroECJi.
I THE FAST-SAILl.VU CLIPPER 11AUK
The IillERING has made her three last passages from this
Port to New Bedford inside of 100 days, and has always deliver
ed her cargo in gix.il order.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
236-tf 0. . SNOW'.
FOR POKT TOWIYSHXl) !
VICTORIA, V. I.
IF SCFFICIENT IN 01 CEMENT OFFERS.
THE AMERICAN CLIPPER I! RKENTINE
E. II. FOSTER, .Vaster,
Will have quick dispatch f. r the above Ports. F'or Freight or
Passage, apply to
23-tf II. 1IACKFELI) & CO.
FO Et IS BS BITS F.A It H IS B:CT !
THE No. 1 RVSilAN WHALING BARK
company, Aiecnarnc .vi. was promptly on thenpof '
but says nothing about the balance of the dejmrtoKj,
whereas the entire force was out, Honolulu F '
Company No. 1, Mechanic No. 2, and Protfrr
lli.uk and Ladder Company No. 1.
The IIoks did ait they could do under the circiio,
stances, seeing that the fire was on board a ship C(j
not ashore, and when they could Jo no more k
woiked with their brother firemen on the brakes.
In conclusion. I would say that Mechanic F.n:M
Company No. 2" never want any cotnuienjtiun
the press and the community but what is strict! thr:
due; and hoping that it was an oversight on the
of the Polymsian, I remain, yours truly
A Mumhku of "Mechanic Exoi.nk Co. No." 2."
Honolulu, N.-vemUr 24, lbG0.
TIIK. It A LA Xf E F THE l.
V.'iij EXI'IIIKI) LEASE OP THE
STORE tV OCCP.
11 EI Hl
Gi I II A: Co.,
And which is the best location for general business in
the town of Lahaina. Possession given Jan. 1,
I.ih.iin.i, Maui, Novenilr, 1S60. Si8-tf "
j bcrihe r.ivself
E. II. OLLICK.
O. C. ENItEIiC, Master,
Will have quick dispatch f..r the atxire Port. F"..r F'reight or
Passage, aj'ply to
"v-tf 11. H ACK FEED Jfc CO.
HAW. STEAM .VIVIGATIO.Y fOUPT.
Flni: rLV13JTl OF
- K X V I T Jil V !
VV. BEUK1LL. .Mn.ic-r,
For the month of DECEMBER, IS60,
CoinnieiiciiiK 011 Tuesday, tlie 11th.
LEAVES lIONilLl'Ll' Far Lahaina, Kalmarpn, Vaiet'i
.jiiilmi;. Hanoi pu, hauaihae, hnituaiiuj ktalalriMa
every Tuesday Alt'-rnooii, ut 4 o'clock.
LEAVES LAHAINA For halt polep,,. Malee'i ImkHkq
Hnnoipu, hauaihae, huiua and h eaakt kua, even
We.liies.lay .Morinoc ut 8 nVI k. '
LJCA ES LAHAINA tot H inohtlu every Saioniay at'pw
LEAVES K A I.EI'uEKPU For MaieeS Landtny. Hon'.in
hau iiinae, hat.'un and henai rlun, ev?ry Wvdue.ii'
t 11 A. M.
LEAVES K A LEPOLEPO For Lahaina and Hcnoluln.enn
Saturdav, nt n..n. ' '
LEAVFIS MAKEES LANIUN'J For llonoipu, Aairoiiw
h ailua and h enlakti ua, every Wednesday, l 1 I M '
LEAVF:s MAKEE'S LANDING For haepolrpt, LakaU,
nnd II nolnlu. every Saturday, at 8 A. M.
LEAVFS HONlllT F or hau-aikae, hailua and Ktalai,.
iua, every Wednesday, at 8 P. M.
LEA ES HONOI PI F eir Maker" Landing Kr.lipolef t, L
hnina and Honntulu, everv F'ridav, at 1 P. M. '
LF:avES KAW AIHAE For hailua and K eilaktLua.nm
We.lneH.lav.nt 11 P. M. '
LEAVES KAW A 111 A E Far Hnnoipu, Mnkre't Undiiu,,
hatpolijio, Lahaina and II inotutu, every Fridar. it
2 P. M. .
LEAVES KAILCA For h'eatukekua, every Thunday, u
LEAVF:S KAILL'A For Kau-aihar, Hnnoipu, ilalii'i
Landing, halrmtrpo, Lahaina, and llunnlulu, ctctj
Thursdav. t 6 P. M.
LF:AVF:S KFIALAKEKI'A For hailua. Karaikae,H-ioin. t
l I . . .. '. I - , . w . . .. . ' ,
j.f'r, j, t.anuioy, n ai tpotepn, tMiuina una rluHiilutu,
every Thursday, nt 2 P. M.
Tj- The "KALAMA." Capt. Henry, will connect lth ti
Steamer nt h'au aihar, taking Freight nd Patviifrrra round Is
Ililo, Laupahothor and haupakaia, entuMiahiiiK a Hn.riu
Wf.i:klt CoMMlMCiTios U'tweeu those place and Unnululc
Tintcs of X" ang;o
Hetw.Hn Honolulu and Lihaina. either way ( 4
" " and Mkw' Landing, either way,... 7
Honolulu t" llonoipu. Kawaih.ie, Kailua or Kealukekua 10
llonoipu, Kawathae, Kailuaor Kealakekna to llonolala
Honolulu to I.Hiipahfx hoe, Kniipakaca or Ililo, )-r
Steamer anil Kalama, )0
Ililo, Laupah.K'hiM- or Kaupakaea to Honolulu, per
Steamer and Kaluma, ............................
KtTi kN TirKkTs uvailahle for tme oionth, and not trinjler.
aide, an follows :
lletween Honolulu and Lahaina $ ft j
Makee's Landing 12
" " Kawaihae, llonoipu, Kailna or
" " Laupahx-hoe. Kaupakaea or
Ililo, per Steamer and Ka
lama..................... JANION, OUEO & Co.,
Apcnts for the Haw aiian Steam Navigation Company.
Ilonoluin, Nor. 27, 1S00. 236-tf"
TO LET I
TIIE riltE-I'ROOF STORE, CX FORI
SiTlt l. I.'T I.I.I. :.. , t . .
... - . , ij "o-uiiini ' r . riieiieer. rn.. Mt
Kebiil Fancy ihh!s Store, for which purpoae ULuut
superior iu point of security and locality.
The CPPEK STOIiy of the aaire buildiiig. Occapaucy gireo
inim.-dialcly. Apply to
C. BUEWEK Jt CO., Market Wliarf.
Honolulu, Nov. 2;;, lS'Hl.
I. S. I a:u also convinced that it was a mistahe and wronc, .
to lie much respited, that Capt. (Jrinn.il. of the .4rnh,vena
reported as .il.'owin prostitutes on hoard hi vessel i.tT ll' stoii'
Islan 1. We never intended to r-port the casual or clandestine
ppiu of females on vessels, hut only their reniaiiiini: for sin
rnann nere. iut mere is enner ti singular mo-iesty meut to carry the valley water mto every street j
that overcomes onr merchants or a fear that ISoston j where h wi;, u c.,lUvl fl,r. T!,e Jem uid for eood j
an airs ttioui'l lie Known neyorn the limit") ol lioston, ; ir i i i -r i 1 '
whenever application is made to them for information. fc''. .u..i.B..v ... , ,,y ,,.rn,j;isin l. 11. U
Wc have in our mind an instance of this remarkable . abuud mt .-uj ply, and at reasonable prices, the con-' ) Honolulu, Nov. 27, 160. SIS-It
caution; a ceitain lare contract had been in the 'sumption will be doubled, if not trebled iu a short f,
market for weeks. tn application to the proper . ,liIie. The piice ou-ht to be placed at such a figure
persons, to ascertain to whom the contract had been ' . ., . , .
, , . 1 1 .i . . i .ii as to tillow the native population to use it. Ihe
awarded, we were told that such a party had un- i 1
iloubtedly rot it ; bvt the directors did not want it i w"rk of rn'P:ir'"J? a ie.-ei voir, which is located a
known because the thir l line on the second page was : little above the old reservoir, is being pushed on, aud
to 1 altered, or some such trivial excuse.
notiis or tiii: vi:i:k.
ZLf The Fair for the benefit of the Hospital, origi
nated at the suggestion, nnd conducted under the
auspices, of Queen IImma, came off agree ably to the
notices given, on Thursday evening last. The weather
was delightful and the well-tilled moon seemed to in
vite every one to attend. At an early hour, notwith-
I it wid tie completed about the close of the year. The
' size of ttiis structute will be RHlxoO feet, and 10 feet
j deep, capable of holding a supply of 150,000 gal-
Ions;. It will probably require several months to lay
; down the new pipe, but when once completed, we
; trust that water will tie so abundant as to allow of
! fountains where residents doiie them and are will
: ing to pay for them, as well as a larger supply for
. the purpose of irrigating and watering dwelling
j yards and gardens.
hi. C. MONSARRAT & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Victoria, Vancouver's Island.
Tilcoiti! 4roIIii Syrup
4 IMtAl'CillT. AT TIIK FA .M I I.V .'lt-
. CEKY and FVed store, Fort Street, near I lot. 1 Street.
; 2o6-tf A. Ii. CAIITW RIGHT.
j Superior 3Iar Oil !
OX Dlt.UCIIT. AT tiif: KA.MII.V ko-
EKV and Feed More, Fort Street, near Hotel Street.
TO I.KT r
TIIK STORK LATELY IX THE OfCC
lncy of Mr. VV. A. AMrwh, in the Fireproof HUi.
i corner of (ueen and Kaahuinanu Street do brttT
karaiity lor Ouiine-s in the city. loimeiliaie possension eiren.
C. l:KEIVEK ir CO.,
A. D CAIITW RIiiHT.
Sailou's IIumk. The annual meeting of the Sail-
or's Home was held on Monday evening last, at which
the Secretary's aud Treasurer's reports were read.
From the latter we gather that the receipts from
II. B. M. ouamrr llmte. Ha in.
Am oark Fr:n, P.lmer. Paty.
Dnh hip Tntm. Neilrn.
Am htukeorine Cmit.;nteiri, F'ter.
Am Ktrk ttherinir. UUliaX.
Am (nip Si am. Kice.
Ilanmvrruut bark llarlmnt. Th-nnj .
Am liioory Nil Moruinc Star. Gektt.
Am trhnmner IU.Ifirl.1.
Haw. hiu Vtary Etira, Reunrtt.
II w. tn Hero.
Haw. hrnn. l-r-jr Kmhn. Von IIoi.lt. rep.i-rin;
Rum. aliip Cirarwiu h. Jordan.
'hip W'hmton. I'arriuirton
standing the entrance fee charged, the Armory Hall
Organ. The Ministry lias faults enuuh, stand- was crowded to excess, ladies predominating in num-
inp; out in MM reality, and errors ami sins t.f bers. though in the after-part of the evening, the
omission and ci'iiimi.-.-ii.n, of too jilaring a cliurao gentlemen appeared to be the more numerous. The
ter, without seeking anions hidden arcana for room was beautifully decorated with flags, and fes-
iniaginarv evils and ills. It is a law of nature, toon9 of flowers and evergreens, in the arrangement ! various sources duriug the year have been 207,50;
that like caus.s troduce like r. sults, let the scene cf w,,ich ,heir Majesties took personal charge and j expenses if 125 S, 02. The present debt on the In-titu-
of experiment lie where it may, amid the classic sup"1'1011. a few were present who Ui l not re- I tion is reported to be 8CG3.C3. The following new
ruin of fail Italv. where tlm .shouts of .li-n- n,arK ,"t a more 'aftetuliy Ueeoratel nail never ap- i trustees were elected at the meetinz : Messrs. Ii. F.
I i; ii . ti" i I .
thralled frtcuicn are now hoard under the walls f"" ,n "U"'U1U' lueir '"J'" S ; Snow, s. .. Castle,.!. Bartlett, S. Peck. o. Hall,
of the ijuirinal as Ixddly as they ever responded
to the harangues of the Koina.i t'.nisuls ; or under
our own genial rky. No law of the Modes and
Persians was more unalterable thuu this, that cer
tain acts or a certain policy must produce certain
To -ee ayoung f!uvernni-n jnt ein-rging fr.m
chaos, and assuming an individuality anmng the
nations of the earth, to s."- ln-r career of pros-
California Fickirs and Vinegar !
fh - V I.I, KKfiS I'ICKI.KS,
m r 10 lO-LMlloll
10 Rarrel? CII'KR VINr.OAK,
,lii.-t received Oy the " F'ruiicei rainier."
F or side ly
i"ti ii. w . sf:veuancf:.
KITS No. 1 MACKKKKI..
Received ly ship "SIA.M,"
For sale hv
II. W SEVERANCE.
II K FA .VI 1 1. V RRO.
street, nt.-ir Hotel Street.
A. Ii. ( AKTW RltillT.
OX IHIAI IIT. AT T
CEKY and Feed Store, Fort
Co lire ! Coilc'c ! !
TKKSII KO ASTKIF A M U K(l 1 M COFFEE
always on hand at the Family (iroccrv nnd Feed Store
Fort Street, near Hotel Street. " '
-'-tf A. Ii. CAKTWRIOIIT.
TIIK SC'M.VKR HorsK. IX RICFI-
ARIl "tn-. t, now iH-eupiert hy Mr. ti B. C. Inpralimm.
A Comfortal'le and Cdoveliient .Its- .tloo, l. .oiu neib. i
borh.l. Apply to tlre tenant ou the pnmii--. or to '
-' tf J. I. IIOWStTT
I Queen, were welcome ! on their arrival, by a chorus
prepared for the occasion, the last lines of which
" Crowned hy a nation's love,
luar.l-d l.y Heaven above.
Loin: may they reifc-n
Ad 1 h. n thii ra-e is run,
A holier crown have won,
The cift of Thee alone,
(rent Kins of King.'
To specify the ladies present, or the tables and their
erity checked, as that of the Hawaiian is contents, will 1 ijuite unnecessary; suffice is to say
W. L. Green. The officers chosen for the ensuing
year were :
Pretidrnt. S. N. Castle.
I ict President. . A Al.irich.
Secretary, Ir. J. M"tt Smith.
Trriniirtr, 0. R. Bi-dmp.
Ex. Com. Messrs. I'amon. Austin and Holdsworth.
1 LI. I'AIITIKS IMICUTKII TO THE 1110
2. SON'S HAY (OMI'.WY nre reiue.-ted to s.-tt'e their
account inline diately with the undersigned, as he iuten.ls l.-av-in.-
the Kingdom at an early date.
Honolulu, Nov. C6. liiO. ;-4t
I rHVHE COPART.NERMIII' II FIt KTOFOIt K
M. exiKiinj under the name and t.tyle of C I, uusmir Co.,
i expire?! this d.iy. The Ou-inej will. i:i future. l-e coiniuote.1 hy
em i.nnii.., one oi me laie p-inneri. generally Known 3
Ahoon, to whom ail persons indehted to the firm of C. I. Sam
ping .V. Co., are requested to make pavment.
C. I'. SAMSING 4. CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 160.
-Fro!! IJcal ivr I
Fltfl.M Jt)F v.or.OKAI OAIKV AM
ll.-lfsi (ahu Hairy, at the Family Uioc. ry and Feed Store,
I Fort street, near Hotel Street.
j 'SMlt A- I CAKTW RKJIIT.
FOR SALE AT II ET A 1 1. A
(.roc. ry and Feed Store. Foil Mro,
4 WATKK I'HI VII.KIXii: WITH PIPE.
App.y to (Ji-lin A. I. V. FllflT.
LADIES' HATS !
4 I.ARI.H AM VARIKI) ASSORTMCXT.
ex MAM, For sale ly .M. M.UI.K.
J.io-lui Maunakea Street.
OX HAM), A.l FOR SAI.F
.MA ItV I V
Miiunak. a Sireet.
AT TIIE FAMILY
t, near Hotel Sin-, t.
A. JJ. A RT W RIijHT.
FOR SALE AT II ETA 1 1. AMI I'KR KIT
the luniilv Itr.--.--.. ... .1 L. I
A. !. CAKTW RIi.IIT.
and reed -.ore.
?X I- AMI 1-2 liOXES. AT TIIE FAMILY
j i nx.-ery
A. I. CARTW RI;;iIT.
Th iiriil-Tsicned hers to announce to hi? Fr:endi and the
Pu'ilic that he will hi reafter conduct the rniiieo. h- retof. re
t a meeting of the Trustees held on Tuesday, a knowu as l-l..iisinjr to C. I Mtin?iiift Co.. s...-iy in hi own
naiin-, aim tor ins own account. till .NOIIOON.
Honolulu, Oct. ol, ISoO. 2,';0-lni'
Freli Corn A: AVIir.it Ieal
FOR SAI.E AT KKTAII.. AMI IX 25 lb.
rt'. Bt Hie Family Un.-try and Feed Store, Fort Street
near Hotel Street. '
A. I). CARTW RIilIIT.
resolution w is adopted, that a collection be taken up
j in ench of the churches on Sabbath morning next,
; for the purpose of raying otf the debt. Those who
j prefer, can hand their mites" to the Treaauter.
Ship Mientir. Che-ler.
J"., H e he Fr.)
lu. HowLui.1, tsmf
I-ti Stmrhucit. Jertj-ifUJO,
ll.trb-a il. Edarl
Maris Th-ma. L'op
C. W.M-YKan. H-Jciltou
tiro, liowiajul. Pomrrcj
Cmmhf U, Pni
1 man-of-war. 13 iner. hilitme -l, Zi wbaL-rn totil, 47.
Fri VH-tona. iMrUlrr..
W aoiot, l-i..
Comet. W ilhelm. (OIJV)
now ihr'-ateto-d, Iiy a line t.f j,Iicy which can
onlv ! viewed as suicidal, m.iy well awakt-n tlie
fears f all concerned in her welfare. We have
asscrteil, and we still reiterate, that the course;
adoT'teil by the rresent Ministry, of imr.sin
heavy burdens and 44 griev.uii to Ik; Uirne,"
on our c-iintii.-rco :-.nd i: . .it tho coinnnTeial in
dustry and r-smre.s ..f t!i. Kingdom, are d.--itmyin
th- very it.il- i.f th.- ..iuitry. The
deadly vit-er, wliich slyly creei to the n-t
of the oriole, guarding its tiniloded brood,
and iiiyteriju.-ly charms it till it falls sonse-h-ss
into tin relentless C"ils of its adversitrv,
d.M-s not in .re sur'-lv sack th- Iifi-bI.NI fr-.tn
Am. batrk Var.i.--. B.iley. whom! Mil frum S.m Franci-o for
Honolulu ah, Mil Oeeemoer 1 .loe here from the l'JIh to
1) '.t. IlvcrmlM-r.
Am. rloonrr N - L EUrhudkcei i. rpYte,I n harms cl axed
frus tB Fraoci. w Nov X. fur Ilofxifulu.
Ilaa. hne; Cwmrlia, Cahnry s.I-d fruca Brenierl.veri
ApvU 14, witt aa-ortMi cirf. u M-wi. llor-.-hU--.er he
.itapvuhorat. fnl mo k o in June (. r-p r :
Afuij tt th. po" ',,!r ' '
llrrferberir. Knlw-r..". l Ha-1
Bark Itraicanx-v. Turner
German. Iiohrri. (OU1V)
Flor n. Snrer
A il-e, IU-fl
in.tltll le, Ihtti.
J P. H rt, Tinker
1 11 . r v..f f'K---..
! Planet. Imhlman. (IIMV) I itrf h-art th in will the Vain t dicv II.. W b.-
1 Am.. Krnnitmfn f Uti.i 1 1
- ' .... .. I I .... i .v. i:r
I - 1 .oii ...iiii-ii i...v l.l- 1 1 i
IiJ.m.1 fr-m th-- vitals of t!i.- lliu.ui.m ii;iti"i.
Wi- ar t.dd that we are running int. d.-bt.
theref.ip t nil.MVi.r l jj.-t out t.f 1 bt, wo
must iiuTea; ur t.tx-s an 1 utir dutn-s and
all our burdens nil th. industry .f the coun
try : but w often a this -ry has !.een rai.-ed
we liuve retli.-.J, y. n mnt b-iu ;.t the nut,
and remove the -.ttic of th; evil tl.. unne
cessary esjieiiM-s of tbf i ' v riiiio-iit. The -x-i-tviiei
of on.- evil enn ie r ju-tify tin- i r.-.i-ti-in
.f :t s.s-..iid : wfiil" th-. removal if i.in-
Will dvitt" th- -.-itV .if the f.tll'T Ibre.
Vruc ! Eiprrlrri I rua t'rrit:a lri.
that ttie usuat display t.f fancy and useful handiwork
was atiundant on every si le, attended by the faire?t
of our fair women. The refreshment t:ible was liber
ally provi leJ and a liberally patronized, and we sus
pect that the largest part of the evening's receipts
p i.-el over the c-ike t.ibles. Towards the close of
the evening, the auctioneer's hammer and shrill voice
s..n drew a crowd of tid lers to carry ott the few ar
ticles left unsold on the t .hies; while at the lowerei, I
of the hall 4 volunteer's hammer called attention, with
no little merriment, to some ro it ducks and other
provisions which " must be soil without re.-erve."
Pi-eH appeared to be in abundance on the occa
sion, and we receive I several eETasmns, some ipiite
lengthy and humorous; but as our contemporary has
c -lie I in the aid of his j eti, we fear we might be
eivina; too much of a g. - I tiling, and wid omit theta
lit. gc! her.
Trie- !-t t.f humor prevailed throughout the
f.ir, an t the libera lity i f tin . -e present can be judged
fivm the furt that r-10 ' were t ikea as the pr.-cee.ls
o; the wveninrr- I erlians tlie tree i.cii irooi a.i reerc.
which g.iverue-l their Majestie", bo'h the King ant
tueen, an I the cordiality with which they mingled
with the public on the occ iioti, w is t.ne of the chief
causes thit lei to thc-e results; an I we cvnn.-t t.a:
f.i-l roti I that we have sovereigns who cm thu- ttke
advanttge r f the springs t f success in any enl-e
which they desire alvimv by the a: 1 an 1 i--i-'-
tance r.f the piiblic
! ItionRti FI. Ixa, Jr. The friends of this gentle
i man will be pleased to leirn that he arrived at New
! York in the steamer Persia from England, on the
I I'Sth of September. His health his been greatly im
! proved by his travels and voyage round the world.
; n our fourth page will be found extracts from his
' account of Japan. It is very probable that he will
' sum prepare for the press one or more books de
, scribing the countries he has visited oar islands
auiotiir the re-t.
-" Kev. Kdward 0. Beckwith. formerly 1'iesi lf nt
; of I'unahou, who has for some months been p reach -'
i::g in the Sacramento Congregational Church, left
un the steamer of Njv. 1 for the Eistern States.
We notice that Mr. S imuel C. Armstrong and Miss
i M. J. Armstrong were also passengers in the same
jf The t nk Cmr.l saile I on Monday noon, full
of passengers au 1 freight, under Cotnm m 1 of Capt .
.1 .:nes Smith, an 1 not in charge of Capt tin Lawton,
ns before stated by ns. The latter went as passenger
with t.ij family.
Kc.om I'it.ft SvitMi. By the lurkentine Consti.
t'ltio i, we have receive! pipers from Puget Sound to
! lBnrca iSIootlewS IS:ibh..
! gj TIIK I'MIKRSIGNKI) Ot'FKK FOR
! PplLLjf f ile two fll!l-01-.le,l
WiR Sxnitli IFow ii I!;i ills,
r-.-eiv.sl l.y the Frann Palmer, from S in Knim ti If not
.!.! ! f re the unilil.c of the hark, they will be return. .1 to San
F'r.i:n:i... o. We have c rt:t:c;it.-i ato i-tini: the purity of the
hl-l. which can W s-.-n l-v iipplycntion to
2M-i: ' It. C. W'ATKRM A V A- Co,
FLOUR ! FLOUIi !
!,VR(IM TIIK HAWAIIAN il'I-OI Ii C'O.'s
MI 1.1 the
ISI-.ST IV THi: TlA5Sfifi:T!
Constantly on hand and f.r !: I
-.l-:u A. I'.
Potatoes, Onions :uil Turiiip !
ITmKSlI CAI.IF'OKMA "MISSION" poTA
ToF. Oi,i.,.,s ami Turicps. just n iv.,1 r FI! XCFs
PALM Kit. an.l e.r saie at retail or p- r hns. at th - Family Gro
cery ati.l F'.-e.l ptore, F. rt Street, near Hotel Str-. t.
-o'i-tf A. 1. I Alt! 'WKKJUT.
Aow ssaid itlil iiixxl j
At I? HI H 'CKI ) I'RIC.K.-s.
C .--.- -x I rti Iu ji, 1-1 IIm- .la-lino,
Ilrown sie-. t:t.i:,
lironru and l.lue ilri!!in,
Suffolk an.l I'rtcitic il. iiin.s,
Hill.- Ilami. 1.
I'.-r.im fr.-eks ari.l p-iti;s(
y y,' ritio
I.VtHFlTT. A;, nt.
AUCTION SALE !
t.t ii, on THI Il.-l'AY, t
U'Cm VT OF' WHOM IT
n.e un O r-::.. -1 :.. -e!l at I'u'oiic At:c
ii. -.'-.h i:,-t., a: 10 oMxkA 1.,
The Moro. Fiirniliin'. Vc.
Saved from the Wreck of Bark PAULINA, consisting
Sttils, old and new Sjinrs nntl Kissing,
About 5s barrels l'roviion.
flour, Siimir. oIlec
7 barrels ."Molasses. hains and Anchors,
Whale Boat. V-c, S.-c.
. : . , .,1,., i tiii: in bi. or said ship,
A ma;! will be despatched bv tlie I ..... ,
' - A -t.e h-- ot. the K- f
aitirl IV n V. I lee 1 j: . t C .- IlMiT'.W". Auctioneer
ct. IS, the same date ns received by mail via San
Francisco. Wc find in them nothing of special in
terest t our readers.
s.-l. -.ll.'l t .'. .' I II
; I.'ases mn's liavv 1'ronrans,
Casus iaf.-n'. .ii:ttii--!il brooms,
j Casf's lsys' l-roirans.
! r,as' ","r,'s wl,it"- m-M an l I rown Canton hat
I t aes paira hat i..a-.
I Ca-s -!al hat,
j T-bnrco. W ooilniwnre nml Krorrrirn.
T.ilFi-;l rr.rins, snul
GREAT REDUCTION in PRICES
- - A. fr II. F. l oop..
Ewhroid. i'in '.Vhiilov, Curtain-.
-1 I'uV,MSfl,V!rl'' VIXIMlV CIKTAI VS,
?mt..t.e f.-r l-tirl. r W ,:.... i.,.iuin l.-.ra-e K. .-.-iv!
e.l per an.l f.,r ,aie l.y .C-2Xj C. A. . It. F. iX.K.
Heavy Basins, 10 incla hTciV7"
oi i., ' ' " o ,,,r " 'le
'- C. -V 4- II. F. POOR. I
i i . !
J! a 111 ia iiopc.
HI NT'S V. S. liK.VCII IIATf'HKTS.
all fie, p. r .-iam. for sale l.y (J:ii-:;t) W. S. LA I'D.
31-ST RECEIVKI) KX SIAM-
I' r sale by yt) W. X. LA1I. t
CHEST LO CK S .
& I-.lr;K VAIMKTY OF CHKST LOCKS.
-fa. lira.ss Ih-J Ciislors,
Lare T Iliwre,
Just r .-reive,!. For dale l.y (2 A-M) VV. N. LAKD.
FOR SALE !
jS TIIK I'KKMISFS IX XI" I' A XI' VALLEV,
' OC-CU.!e.i l.y the llnti, r-ifc-lieil. For term, pe-mw
rit. applyjui (i;--.m( W. UiXiUALK
PILOT & NAVY BREAD!
Hawaiian Flour Co.'s Rakerr,
i HAM) AM) FOR SAI.K JV
V' if) --'m A. 1. FA F.KETT, A-fDt.
JUST KECEIVKD AT TIIE
i v r 1 1 jr a n o c k iiy
11 XK NK(.I,AM) t'RK.VM CHEESE.
? Uix.'s Lunch Ki.'.!iin,
F.ils No. 1 mackerel. !
Kiln ton. ai-s an.l noun.1.,
N'.-vr r.Mir -l,,
Hiii-ni it", favoring . tr.i.-ts, j
FVii-h pie fruin, j
A ort"il meat-,
Aiort. il j mis anil j.-llies.
An assortment f willow market l.askeU. eahin l ask.-U. k'-
ha.-kels. hu-h. I Laskets-, c.. .Vc.
F resh t-rounj o.ff. e. fr. -h l.ak. rs' Urea l. 1
Fresh M..l..ki Lutu-r. fp.ni Jon. s' iiairy. .l.ar oil,
lnl.i.--s ainl-fyriip, cider vinegar, Ate.", sc.
Always on hand and for r-a!e at retail.
A. I. C AI.TW KItlJlT
m:v (;ooi)s j m:v (.oodsi
K 44Uadnua." and other l.alr Arrival.
ST VTl JNKIlV.
H .sve-s F:ttr.a I'af t.t pprinp ll-ds.
A sii ri. r lot of Men's. II. . s and Vuutl.' Oxford Tics,
A small lot of liest Kin.-lih" Candies,
A fresh arrival of
i0,,.'SiI,,,,.A VI - . MI- Uoi-f:. ! -r. Jayne's '. lelirati d .1Icdi inr-
,',"''4 I"'"" '-.'"-..,. r, and for r.le Ly j .. . , . .
V..r -.!. l.r
A II F
C AsTLi: i COiM-