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TIIL'RSItJ T, j ax vary 31, 1VI.
R rvrsw THE Malt, P. "bit J
. th drrturr our Ut snail paekrt no the 31t nit-,
Mr tomarrcul fru U la wiar'.fd with extreme dull.
a. lh wmuhr. wLm h to bra vtj t-my arwi mr.;, kav
ifiif aal a 'ds-pf -Mnr ii.Corurr no trl. This I inx .or
nicy h weather has fc-n lkfl for. VV have,
hT, b-w uunuiljr exroipt from lrw- dimige u our
CuMClnf Bert arl furvifru Lippix)p- centering dm. TLc f.vife-n
arrivals tiara the lt insc.. bare brvti as f-Uows :
Jao. 2 la. wit ship Montreal. Sowle. ar.l Am b kark
Mornr, Spsrkcer. frofn a cru.se ; bj4h f lord .-ai i
aaiB dy f'-r th West.
6 liav. orb Manila. Keytr, from fanning' I .land, with
ahnat 11. IM) calls cnoauiat oik
KuMian ahip Nicolai I.. Kmuu, 20 dajs -roto Sitka,
with sate-ton. etc.. to II. Hackl-ld Co.
1 Am eUr.BT ship Orran fcxpvs. Hale, IJ, days from
hao Inncum ro rut? (nc baker' 1st iwl. hnng-ina-
I'. S- mail Ut Honolulu. Anrhoced outsi I'
ll Am wb hi ferutata. Turner, fnu sea. laj off at-J
no ant sailed ajrato sam (lay to cruise.
11 Am dipper ship ne Ilowc. Halter. 13 days fa
San Franctsen, ea ruute fur I'burnil kiand. Ad
17 Am d.pper bark Corner, Smith, 9 days and 20 hoars
from Sn rraacisco, with L'- a. ibail awl cargu of
li Aai dipper bark Early Bird. Cuok. 11 data from San
'raoriaroi, en route China : anchored outside on
the 2th, and sailed rin nrst day. She bright
2i bar oats, 1 kr sallietrr, and one passet-rfer
(Mr. tba Sandlonl.) t. th.s .lave.
21 Am clipper ship fair Wind. Crowd!. A days and 17
boor frotn ua FranctMro, to ruute f -r Urr'
Iaianil. Aocboml Mi:sid.
22 Am clipper abip JiurwetT. Altuy, V dayi frt-n San
t rabciaenj, m r-uxe for t bina.
The deparuire daring the same period bare been :
Jao. 1 ilaft.erta berk Harburr, Thucoieo, U.r Hongkofir,
itb ainortcd tajgn.
2 Am ahiD Siam. liter. f-r JjxiI Ijian-I. b Ual puano.
3 Am bark iiherin, OiU'-, f .r New Bedford, uh oU
bone, hiilra, trc
9 fcrijf Mary Ellen, Bennett. fr Virt..ria and Ore-
gr-tx, with a full erif islarwl loee.
10 Danirb iip Trituo. Netlwn, U Valparaiso Tahiti,
with W ilwm - C.' t-'.rcoa O-mpany, and lamber.
12 Haw wb brie Wailua. L--. to cruir.
13 M'g wb bark rianrt. Icllman, tn eruie Sncr.h.
IS Am clipper abip Me Howe. KaU-r. ft Fhuriii
ami M Keao'a Ilarul. with 21 lUwaiian U'-rrs.
18 Am clipper hip Ocean Expreaa, Hale, f. ttaker'a
Iilaial. with 70 Ulxieer.
17 Haw acb Marbla, Keyte, f-r Fancine's liland.
la Ktueian wb bark Amof. NunlKren, to cruise.
20 Russian ship wUI I-. Kreiot, ft Cnmsta.lt.
20 Koss. wb ship irete Mer, Euber, ft r Bremen, with
a. carro oil. bne, hides. Ac.
2R Am wb ship Emily M.yu. Whiteside, tn crtiite.
:i. B. M.'s team-lo.jp Alert, Prarse, lor Fanning
Inland. Tahiti aivl Valparaiso.
SO Am. bark Zoe, Eusb, for aa rraacisco. with coal, pulu,
The lev arrivals and numerous departures bare left our
harbor anusuaily ban of shipping for this seasoo of Uie year.
We bare in port tot one wbalesbip, one bark, two brig, and
sight or tea coasting vessel of varinos tonnage. The clipper
Fmr JTtas! lies at anchor in the roads, outside the bar. Our
coasting Sect baa been busily employed in freighting pnaluce
and stock between the Tariros Islands, though generally at kr
freighta. The steamer A' imr, which is aiso engaged in the
coaatiDC trade, being owned by a chartered company, haa been
mach improved la her ses-goicg qoalities, and is believed to be
admirably adapted to the tervite she is engaged in. She came
at froa Kw Londoti ander a hrigantinc rig, with tight spars,
bat has bad her r.g changed to that of a de and alt schooner,
with new and heavy masts and sails, enabling her to take ad
vantage of our steady trad winds. The introduction of steam
mto this group is still -an experiment, but it is believed that it
ill prove soreessful and reoumeratlng.
The report of the destroctfa'a by Are of the steam flour mill
with a aomfaer of buildings in its neighborhood, was conveyed
by the extra Issued from this effioe and forwanlrd by the Tost
packet, but will also he t and ia oar issue of January 3, by this
saiL A plan for the erection) t-t a new steam floor mill and
bakery has bvea ccmpleted, and the work will be immediately
coaDSQenevH. Aa agent of ta new cripaoy goes forward by the
Cf to procure la Sao Francisco, the accessary machinery
and apparatus, and it ia intended to have Iba whole completed
by May 1st, to grind tb incoming crap. Besides the steam
mill la Doaoloia, there are tws mills on Maul, driven by water
power, Iho threw being of su Orient capacity to supply as
with all the floor aecded for horn consumption.
The i an i i a I statistics of the Kingdom for 1M0, as pre.
pared Yy lb Collector Oencral. have beea published, and will
ha found ia oar mxse of the 24th Inst. The principal items
an these i
Total foreign Importation f 1,223,749 di
fjunestar eapnrts.........4t0Jl M
Foreura eap rts XJOjai 64
rwmeitle A Foreim exports. 807,459 20
Cwca lMnM rWlpo. 11702 67
Baakber of Bsercbantmea eat'd 117; Uoaag 4124 00
of whalesbips (prlng fall season) 213
Ardent spirits entered and consumed, gall's 14,2Va
Ia nearly every Hem, a large foiling off kt shown from the
totala of the prrtiros years. The causrs of this decline are
attributed mainfy to the drcreaw ia the foreign whalmbips
visttiag the islards, tot In part to the new tariff of 10 per
rent. ao merehsBdise of all kinds, wbirh went into tvrce in
June, IHOl The fnccr tariff was 3 per cenC, which soma
think is as high a duty as the best interests of the islands will
admit, without materially checking trade. This subject is now
hems' freely discumcd by the local papers.
The anr.unl statistics also show a large decline in the pro
ductioa of the principal tuple products of the islands, which
ia looked opo by all parties as somewhat singular, and
not so easy tn t seenunted ft. The Psrnesio attrilites it
to draught and biigbt, bat the Canrnmereiat denies that these
caasrs have Lad tvea as aorh effect during lb60, as ia previous
years ; but attributes it to the financial policy of the govern,
meat. The follow it g table show the decline referred to :
I8BO, 1859. 1838. 185T. 1856.
f agar. Its 1,4 it .271 1) JS.6J0 1VM,01 700,ttO Sa4,vi
Molawies and ?T-
run, gaUnns... lCS.t13
7S.H1 4S.4S M.802
M.121 311,807 63.532
3J3t7 2.S2 4.12"
13.201 .'3i 5.35
351101 495 70.V14
11 243 67
ZOAJO i,r. ....
Coffee. ba 4.S6
Pntu. Its 64.2b4
float rklns. 27.473
Wool. Its 70.5J4
Whale Oil, gaus. 14tt.l&
W baiebone. Ids.. Znt.KA
Siotwithstandins; the unpropitious aspect of our encamercial
statistics lor the year U-t pat, it is evident that the anxious
question has arisen, what shall wc do to be saved" from the
dark prospects ahead. A fresh impetus will have to be given
to the ng.tr and other agricultural interests, for it is to the
development of these we awst Irak 6r the increase w hicb, by de
velopment of oar resources, will enable as to hold a place among
hw comnieTCuU nations of the w-Ul, and not to allow our sover
eignty to remain but an empty title. Let us then consider for a
moment the amount cf the crop of sugar which, for the year
1M0-61, ia e-.tin.atrd will be produced at these islands. From
careful and tborocgb inquiries, we learn thai it may be laid
aowa as follow :
Island of Hawaii, SO0 tons.
- sfMaai. 4o0
of Kauai, 400 44
Tutal, 1JOO "
Taw price of this staple lat year, netted the producer on an
average, 7c. giving about lS2.Usj f-r this year's mpply to the
agriculturist- We possess large lands as yet untouched, which
aswcapaldeof J krldicg boantifully tn the labors of the planter
aad it is estimated that M0.0O0 tons of this succulent, can with
case, be raised on these islaods.
Tb crop of Mauritius alone, for the year 1857-8, according tt
Harper's Cyc of C&, fui. 13C5, was 240,000,000 lb, or 120,000
too, which commanded r vacuum clarified frje. per lb. and
'oe good acd fine yeUow 8c- per Cx. Mauritius is only about 150
Bile In cuVBBBtVrence, acd nearly circular m (rm, a cnosidera
ate part of the surface being covered with mountain. How
much war advantages surpass those of Mauritius must be ac
knowledged, wbA it ks known, that in tte district of II do alone,
aa the Island r4 Hawaii, there are 60 square miles of land ca
pable of sugar cultivation, with a soil rich as in any portion of
the world ; this gives as 384.000 acres. Allowing oce-thirJ to
be ander cultivation, and producing one ta per acre, we have
13,Ua Ions of this sweetener rf the " ills which Ua is heir to."
Tb rough the courtesy of the Col lector -J e r. c ra L, ws have
beea favored with me statistics relative to the quantities of
staple goods imported during the year 1S60, which are given in
cssiaecUoa with the items aotVed,
Coat Importation fa- the year foot op 1.0A3 tons, u'.l
kind. The stock has beea reduced by recent shipments to San
Fraaciseo, aal the quantity oa band is only sufflcietit to meet
the local wants tiU the arrival of the OrirafoS. from Boston,
which vessel has about 400 ton.
Leasts Owing to the non-arrival of cargoes looked frit, the
tack ha bu si somewhat reduced, and is thought not to I 1
exceed 400,000 leet of all kinds. Boards have advanced to 2jc,
and probably scantling will advance shortly to the same figure.
Total ssspwrtaiinaa of all kinds be the year have been 3,78JTA4-
SataoLaa The supply has become reduced, but a lot is shortly
expected fmea Paget Sound. Jobbing at $5 50. Total importa
tioo Sir 1M0. 2,753 M.
Paovisioss- The importations have been as ilnw ; part
rvsaamlng ia bond : 191S barrels beef; 1427 barrels purk. We
quota Aa. beef fl) If bbL; pork 142d r boL; Haw. beef
Tuira The stock in the market is sufB'?ient Ir the local ;
demaniL We quote Tlawaiiaa at 4 O 7 ; California bran. Is j
S7 0 S. Total imponaticics fur 1440, 1424 bbis., of which 639 j
bbls are in bond.
Basao. The stock is heavy, with bat small demand. We quote
7c3 7x. Imptatiucis for 150 : 530 U.U , 110 tin, 4C7 cuks,
20 cases, and 10,000 th. Uma;ed ; of which 4-1 i casks and
137 bbls. are held la bood. i
OarSk The importation fir the year amoant to 2223 k.,
mostly froa San rraacisco. We q4e 2ic. AT 21 a the
Baslby. Importation 413 sks. The consumption of this
article ia very limiteil. price nr-mitial.
Ilsv. Importations 67i bales.
taisov. The slock of salmon is very laiy, exceeding the
wants cf the trade. We uote at f 7 06 i and very dull.
Total importations for lSoO, 26a6 bbl. If hf bbls., of which
1200 bbbv are In boml.
CaXDLxh. The trade in candles is comparatively l.tnitrd,
the natives using oil almost wholly. T-rfal importation have
been 254 es- of all kinds.
Chiasm The amount of cigars Imprrted has been unusually
large, aad the stuck now ou Land is heavy. We qu-He Ma
nila No. 2, at tlla912. Importations f. 1S60, have been
3,947,000 of all kinds, of which 1 ,05),000 remain in bond.
Matt (SO- The market ban been overstocked for the last
few months with every kind of China matting. Sale below
cost and charges. Importations fur ls60, were 511 roll.
OrtOI. Importation 920 taeis and 76 tb. The comminu
tion and traffic in opium i confined mostly to th Chims? pop-uavtioa-
Utxs Heavy importations hare been n.aJe during the j car,
aa-l prices have rule, crenparatively lnw. Vt'e quote ale $3 ;
porter. Ii 7 "f oV- The foUowing are thr ioiports :
Iuty Fai.1. In 15. f..!.
Al, 4.174 d'At n. 3 W
I'wrtT, 1.172 d'iZ'.a. 64 d-4.!i.
SUut, Vl " wm "
Ikivts The iu.pcrtat:if f.jr the yrr atn.utt t ."a),S72
yanN. "Pjen? are, :n a'Miti'.n. In rot.l. 14 -' and UJ Uil.
Hit: d n lut ar.i! Zvl l'f-n raj Lave l-n im
ported during ISoo). TLisiiictul?s all van-tie.
fciui u . Total impn, blue, JA.ilt nl ; I f ta, J0.7.-7
yanl wh.u-, Z1Z y unls.
In.un lir I- r, 12.." 71 jip!.
S.r T'r.- i -o.. .r . n.i:.ur.n-:.ir.- t'..i '.. 1. . ': rm-1
dur'ii; tier J'ar. 1U- V tal :n.; t- r lM o
4.S21 U.x a.--ii.-t Z.'f'.i U.x- f.-r 1 ove t..iul.
Xx.v.i are i i.i n. r-i Vt : o i ' r.wn 'i: Qt C;z.
Ti T!.e ci.ur.4.ou ai..l iWina.nl fur t- coririi.'.-l mo:!y
t U.e fon-io pcpu:at...n auU lt;pp!iig. Th- iitivri cvtiun.e i
to a vrry i.tziilr.l tt-Tit a y-t. We quui.e I.. I Mack U;i. Uii
porter's rt-, rv do 31c. Aucli-iu sale have oen lua-lr jX 1:
H 13c. Iinp.irtati"iis I t 1v'j, loOJ oi'lly th':
and half cV"u.
Steaks The new crop 4 lv;l is now c n..:f in frrly, an I li
of very Cue quality. The planutions pn-nn."" a Uryer yieil
tln for the la.t tar. We quote bright y-ll'.w at 7c 7,'- ;
dark, 5je it oc. Of crahl ari-l lf, the ;rnp-rt;ti..ns f r lv
f A up oi.220 lis- The markirt i at r-i.l w. II s jj pi:-d. We
qur.tc cruhed at I2c tfc-
Motive.- Tliere has b--n a brit ilt-raaii.l duri:. the past
week, ami sals hare t n ma-le at lijc 8C 2i:.
Ft-vois. Tlj production and demand f-r tl.i ;nialar
e-iiMe, i rp.ill" on the i:icr-e I: ia a warty txrr-eiic
growinj on Uie forest itm, and grows chi' Cy .lurir.p t!ie
rait.y weather. It ij estimated I y the Chines- dealer in it that
the n-cmt prolrv trj storm, will pr.lu-.-e a cr-.p w.rt!i for ex
1'irt to Chiu, at eat20.00. TheUI-.rof (fath'-ri nz it fpitn
the liml of the tr-ei in the foret, pires rnpluyment to a lare
nuniher of nien six! women. The j r. i-.i.t price paid by the
dealer U r Si) 8;c th.
Corri.e. The supply of K na is abuaJjut, with tut littk
deman.1. Kli Hi.,r. I". S. Ccna!ar, eiid.-rs-il, and whaler' drafts,
also rnih rsed, have both been la. en up in mall amount at
par, which we quote a the rate at this wri:i:i;.
Aloaat'w I'hne at Honolulu, iu Jauunry.
Kint Quarter.. 1H
Full Moon. . ...
I.ITIisr IIATKS. re-rrivral al Ihi. O flier.
8an Francisco .. . .....Jan. 12 j London, fpxT) Nov. 24
New Tors, (pa--r; Iec. 11) " teleitrtiphic. . . IK. X
telegraphic Ikc. 27 I Honekone ......Oct. 15
Tahiti, ..Auf. -Ji Sydney, N. s. W Oct. to
Fob ? Fsssrtsco per (V.met, aU.ut fatunlay.
Fob Laaiisa -r Mai, ?aturlay.
Fob II. Lo per Kilau a, oa Monday.
PORT OT HOIIOIsUIsU. II. I.
Jan. 25 ch Od J Fellow. Caudate, friui Ilnah 1 and Hobo, 20
lioun from the hitter -rt, with 155 brls ui.jla,-es,
C10 kepi and 3ou l ac iu.- ir. 26 tng arrowroot,
ami a l. t 4 native pr"lur. Faseniers- Mr
llollitrr. W 11 Wright, X U Tailant, J -l.n Cuk,
and 2U on deck.
25 8cb Manuokawai, Manliai.t. fnu K-.na, with lbags
coffee, 4 l-ag lungu, 10 hid.-, 13 hog, 'fi
nut. 4ooi .nni:ri. etc. Iaseiigers Mr T K
Taylor and S children. 51 on .1 -ck.
24 S:b Kameluunelia IV., White. fron Kal p..le, with
6 c."Cd lirewuod ami "O keen u.-.r.
H Scb Kekaul'johi, Uavid, fr.n Koua. Kau and Lahaiua,
with 44 liak-s pulu, 10 do. funu', 14 l.uulle goat
sains, 1500 oranges. PaMenirrr Mr V Treadway
and Mr J Fallou, ami 1 deck.
25 9ch Nettie Merrill, Gulick. frrn ll:ln, with tSO kes
ami 24 baes sugar, 23 brl tniAa. , 1 hag faocu,
eve. l'ajen rer. lln I. Austin an.1 .n. Miss
Clara Arnutroa?, one China man, and 24 tri
ger on deck.
29 Scb Kmnva Horke. Cha.lwick, frmu Ui'o ail Ijthaina.
1'a.senger Mr Wro Berkley awl wife, 11 I'arkrr,
B H"tTuiejer, and 17 native paenirrr.
20 sVb Kalama. Henry, fn ra lliloaiel Ki hala. with CO
sheep. 4 bags o fl.e. t bide, 1 bullock, i b't, 2
baiT funcu. and 27 deck paengers.
31 llaw. steatner Kilauea, Bernll, from llilo.
Jao. 24 rrh Kamoi, Wethert.y, for Lahaina.
25 Am cHp r hip N.rscter, Aliny. for Cliina.
V4 Am ah ship Kn.ily Morgan, V hiteside. to cruise.
24 Ecb Moiwahine, Kuheana, for .rt on Kaiiai.
29 IL II- M.'s ttcamtr AUrt, i'eaie, tT Valparaiso via
29 Scb Kamebameba IV.. Clark, for Laluina, Makee's
Lar.din? aiet Kale. !. p.
2") :rh Manu' kanai. Marcliaut. f Korjt.
30 Am bark Z., Kub, (.r ?au Fraucio. I'usseiigtr
Mr. A. Min-hrll.
30 Srh Kekaulu..h, Milne, f. r Lalmina. K-.na and Kau.
Nettie Merrill, Oul ek, fur Lahaina and liilo.
.11 KM UK AM) A.
XT Schooner Arfie lt Trill, Gulick, rept n Left Honolu'u
on the 11th iut. ; exj rietx-ed extremely bad weather on the
passage op. Arrived at Lahaina a tie- 12 li, and lay th'-re 30
hours waiting for a change f wat'oer. Sailol agnio f..r llilo on
the 14tn encountered heavy squall and whirlwind off I'ku
mebame ; arrived off the port on the 15th it 8 I. M. While at
Hilo, h"' ciht days Continunl rait:, with ht-avy s.iuall from the
E. The sarf teiog o unaa:illy hie'h, we were on:i'-le to take
in cargo t:ll the 25h. Left Hilo on the 26th. pa.il to wind
ward of Maui and Molukai trades lit:?it and weather Cne.
Arrived at Honolulu on Monday, the 2Sth, at 2 P. M.
XT Schooner Emma Rooke, Chadwirk, rtiK.rt!i I-ft Hono
lulu on the 10-.h iimt. ; ha.1 strong trade on the p.i5.-.i?e up.
Arrived at Lahair.a afout 4 P. M- next day. liurin SatunLiy
and Sunday, the wind blew very hard from the eastward. Lift
Lahaina for Hilo on Monday morning about 7 o'rlork at 8 the
weather became calm, and continued o till the afternoon, win n
a li-'ht breexe sprung up apiin ; passed Mnkev'j Ijir..lio at H
o'clock V. M. ; at lo, t.k the trades ltr. np, wi;h heavy &.(i;h1I
of rain. At dyliuht, w.is within 4 miles of K'.hala p..irit, wind
blowing heavy from K. by 3., with ocea.ional "-puall of rainf
accornnanied with a heavy sea. Tacke.1 hip, and st.l t-j the
N.E. About 7 o'cl.-k, the wind Mew a perfect pale, and we
were cooiptlkd to run l ack arid take shelter under the ee of the
island, having a scow of eipht ton on deck. At 4 P M., the
weather having abated a little, made another attempt, l.ut without
avail. Iurinz the night the weall.er was v ry severe. Thuri.lay
morning, finding the native passengers and horses had bcc.uie
ahort of food, it was considered pru.lent to run for Kawailiae to
procure a fresh supply, wh re we arrived at 2 P. M. Aa- r re
plenishing our i.Kk provision, we sailed aain at 6 P. M. ;
had calms and litihl air during the night. In the lnorninp-,
took Uie trades strong again, with rain, but the wa having gone
down coni'leraMy, we were al io to cot.tir.ue on our way to llilo
where we arrived in Saturday, the 19:h. I.iy there a week
without being aid-.- to Ltnd carito, owing tn the c.i.tii.u.ince of
rough wrather. L ft liilo on the 2'th, t' urhed at I-ihina on
the 27th ; sailed gai:i for Honolulu on the 2Mb, at 5 P. M.
and arrived on the morning of the 29.!i all well.
VESSELS IX PORT J A X VA R V 31.
Am bark Comet. Smith, up fan FrancL-e-..
Am Mi!H.nary bnir Mortiing Star, tielett. laid up.
Am wh ship Berjniin Kusti. F:h.
Haw wh brig Vieo-riii, laueUl-crg.
VrwrU Ksprt-trU irviii Forriu Psrla,
I Am. bark Yankee. I'aty, w..ul I sail fr.n S in Francisco for
I Honolulu alut Ft l-. l ir here loth to 14:h F-b.
! Am bark Uriental. J. l.i.i.n, sailed I.-, iu lbton. Nov. 8, with
i cargo (A culs and un-lrie to C. Itrewer it Co. -j
Ham. brig tonoordia. Cahnl.ley. saiie from Itrrtnerhaven,
April W with a.ncd enrgo to Mrssr. ll-.ll-lilaeger A;
J tapenh-rst. Put int.i Kio in June f-r repairs; sailed
i a-ain for this port Ju!v t.
Tt ! Fsvn. per 7j Jan 30 25 tons cral. 77 t'uU
pulu. 150 pkgs iu- las-, 2u pkgs u.-ar, T.O h: 7 Ml! g'at
skins. 20 brls sweet p4alors.
t-t Bavwss per Urefce lleri, Jao 20 Mr. li. AlOrecht, wife
an.1 3 children.
! Ia Honolulu, January 21, to the w.fe cf Mr. IUtcrt Love a
IlrsTACK I'-'LlK At Ijihaina. .n the eienin ; - f the ;j.h
instant, by tlie llrr. S. K. I':h . at the r. udenre of Hi-- brid- '
bar, Mr. Ch irl-.-s llustaee, of New Ixn.lon. Ccm., I", s. A.,
to Miss l.uia Frai.ce. s-co-id daughter B. F llollis, K.j.
r.Ka In H n..liilu. January 11, AKrura Cuulkj.
youngt .n i-l Charles A. aiel France A. l'-"r. ag-.l a months
I and J day. I j ?a Fr.i:.c:s--j an I l'.:-.n paper please
- s-i rvd-s th- b'Vrly, liia4t-.::iz tl r
Frail, ia:li. ; -ia -.- of an le ur-S-
..n our lr:isiM.i c. tr.e-rts y.
And pt-aiire on'y bb.-ms ij da-.
Is there ti kind, no healing an.
Ti s..tbe the anguish the heart
I.ivine lte.l--mer. Ik- Th- u inch .'
Thy ce-ii-f..rts were ni made lo die
Then geutle patience smih-n on pain.
An I dyinc ln-ne revives agiin :
Hop wipes the t.-ar fron Sorrow's eye.
And r ait i.mts ct.ward to the sky."
r7" The Comet will sail in a few days an 1 take
our next regular mail fir the United itatcs.
j Foreiox Aiv.htisem:ts We Would call the
; attention of our readers to the foreign advertisements
and cards iu our paper, particularly that of Mr. J.
! F. D. Marshall, wha offer-) his services in the p ir
; chase of goods r other articles wanted by the tuer
I chants aud residents
TJIMSHA Y, JAM'ARV 31.
Tilt e-u'-ject whieJi w: JL-'USdoi liirt w.tk,
rati .nnl trak- fctuti.-ti'.-s. !.a. o ntinuoJ
to iijT')Sj j.ur.Iio attention. :n wvll it may ; re-v-Hlin.
:is it iL", fume ;tbnor'i:il liin Jraucvs
t- tir l.jiji':ie inJustrv not K-ss than to our
national j roj rity. To Mindly .hut our oym
Vt th-i inii.rtint fat t. ai.d '..i!0. al or cover
uj tiie truth, N little else tiotn i.i iral iJihii-stv.
If the Iiafi .ioil L-altlt had lpe-i.lue prustratel.
and the .uldic Iieart l-ats tluish. common
j rud. nee urjr-s u t j st-ek to restore a vigorous
ful; and full activity to every jirt of the t-ys-t-ni.
Tho st.itisties which we j uMi.-hed. show
ly.iid a pradventure tliat the state of trade
and of ur national r.rcj'erity is aj rroaehin a
critical esjch, wlun theoretical k-IiOiiicS and
policii'S, h-wcVi.T j'l.iu.ihle they may to in the
minds of th'.c-e holding them, if nut al.i ted to
the time, tho Tide.; and the exigency, must be
discard-d, an 1 such a coniun.-rci.il poliey pur
sued as may tend tj restore our trade, and de
veloj our industrial res nirc-s.
The minL-t;"i.il oran, in its last issue, after
a great deal of squirming and wrangling, arrives
virtually r.t tho same conclusion which this jour
nal Las demonstrated, that great irregularity
exists in our national trad.;; but it only yields
tliie after vainly seeking to assign other causes
f jr the irregularities and decrease in our trad:
ana nnanc-es, man those fiiven iv us. Ilns is
i " i
A immaterial press, owned
i i- . .
an avowed or.ject, must cn-
i. i- ,t i . i - .
ri that on ect, though it toe at
and supported for
dettvor to accompli;
the expense of truth and honesty. The public,
not less than the ministry, expect no other ser
vice from it, and if the editor is unable to ac
complish the feat to sati.-fuction, a rts rv. cvrj s
is ever ready to lend a helping hand, as appears
to have been the case in its bust issue.
Seeking to evade the odium which must and
does attach to the policy of the present very un-i-opular
ministry, the public organ searches for
other cuusc-8 than official incapacity and an entire
iynuranc of the oeration and working of fiscal
regulations, which, however well they may be
adaptetl to older countries, possessing an exhaust-
less reserve capital and internal resources an!
industry, can in no wise le beneficial when ap
plied to a comjiaratiYcly poor and semi-barbar
ous f?oj.le, just emerging from abject poverty
and hereditary inertia. To expect that such a
coj.le should suddenly develoj-e, under some
mysterious law, the same resources, the same in
dustry and the same caj.ital which attend the
exji riment of high jrotectie duties cr a reve
nue tariff when made in old and highly civil
ized countries, is seeking too much. Our fiscal
fiolicy must be adapted to the circumstances and
condition if jtw people.
The official organ, in its Boarcli for causes of
the decrease iu our domestic jiroductions, states
that drought lias bonn the sole cause of the
reluci.il jToductiou of sugar, and blight that of
eolTee, when every one knows that no unusual
drought beyond the average of the jast ten
years has been exjerienced, while with the coffee
blight, there has lieen less of it during the past
year, than any of the three j revious. The item of
talhnc was nt alluded, to by us ; but if there
lias lx;en a decrease in the exj-ort. it has been
suggested that the consumj.tion, aside from that
shown in the manufacture of soaj, which we
are baj j y t- learn of, may have been for offi
cial use t make the wheels of the government
machinery move more easily, as they have been
creaking badly of late. The importation of for
eign soap, however, has been larger f r 1S&) than
the previous year, as the Custom House figurts
will show; but there is room for an increased
healthy use of both the foreign and domestic
In sjeaking of Hawaiian whalers, the minis
terial organ states that a large decline of over
$40,000 has occurred in our exjrts of oil
and bone. This is true, and no one can deny
it? Now what has caused this decline? If
we mistake not, it is the very one which we
have assigned a wrong financial policy. Let
us look the facts in the face. Formerly, we did
not tax our whalcahips, and we found their
niimliT increasing till, in 18oS-9, we could
boast a fleet of about eighteen sail. Most of
these whalers were owned in juirt in foreign
countries, as we have not the capital needed to
carry on extensively this branch of commerce.
No sooner, however, had this fine fleet been
launched, than our ministry thought it a capi
tal chance to tax it and make up, in part, the
deficiency in the revenue from brandy, hereto
fore paid mostly by seamen. A lilK-ral and
thoughtful ministry would have sought to ex
emjit this new and growing branch of industry
from every tax, instead of striving to crush
it. There certainly could be no great advan
tage for foreign vessels to register under the
Hawaiian flag. Indeed, we have heard it as
serted that there are disadvantages : for the
I capital invested, after cing taxed iu some form
in the foreign country where owned, must sub
. mit r another taxation here. Busid-jJ, there
tare increased exjienses in shipping seamen,
which would not be incurred if the vessel sailed
under a foreign flag. What is the consequence?
Why, foreigners are comj-elled to withdraw their
eaj.ital, notwithstanding the advantage afford
ed by proximity to the whaling grounds for
; chcaj ly carrying on this branch of commerce,
and the fact that up to this date it has paid
' even better than the average jh.t ton of other
J foreign vessels cnijdoyeJ. As a necessary con
sequence, our tchahng f.ot has dicrtastd, and our
imjiortations and consequent exjrtations of
domestic oil and bone hace dicv fl.fi and will
very soon disappear aitoiji t, r Indeed, our fleet j
of Hawaiian whalers (those carrying tho Ha
waiian flag) has been already reduced to only
six vessels. Here is one of the strongest proofs j
1 in supjrfjrt of our position and of the assertion j
made last week, that thri is sune trror in the j
'manual poltCI of the Cuuntry, and no man Of ,
, .. . . ,,
Sane mind Can cailisav It. lhc ' 4 Or can Can
put this and that teig.-tlier," and digest it at its
Now what is to bv dme? Are we to goon
laughing at our eleen-jisinj; cummcrce and reve
nue, as tho ministerial or 'an doi-s? It is tlie
duty of the press t p-int out this state uf things
to the ublic to hhow tho faults f the min
isterial jitlicy, if it is faulty, and s-ek to liavo
it cbanel. tlur liib.st aim has b'-'n to wit
ii -ss the bapj inesc and j rst,-.rity of the jcj ic,
and the advancement of the whole kingdom in
industry, wealth, stability and ..-rmaii.-ncy. j
We have shown that our foreign commerce and
dome-tic industry are Kith on the wane ; we
have jsjintcd out Sviiue of the causes and what
we lielieve to ft some of the rerueii'-s. Tbe
ministry, through their j -aid organ, ridicule tbe
idea that there is any se-rious trouble, and boot
at the thought that th- u are in any way blame
able. We have, therefore, as in duty bound,
proi-Iaiim-d that the j.resvnt ministry rre not
worthy of the eorif.dciiee of the nati-iii, and
that th.-e xieri ne. s of the d:.y e.tll f.raclunj
II. w is it iu otlur countries ? When, after
full diseiis-sit.ii, tiny jjivcii j-.lfVy is found una-d.-tpt.'.l
t-t the country, u clutn.j is made,
t'itherof th- ministry -r jcirliament or .f iwith.
r.'lorius iiisiittit.'d a n-
f .r. Our iovcrnment is not y.-t so adiiineod
in tl.' s.-i.-m-e of tlitieal i .-...n...iiiv, that it .an-
! nut learn foni-tJun from it neilili r?. In
J the ci.l.mv of Victoria, (Australia.) a mt lib
eral plan ha-, after l n tli'uion anJ op jj
ieitiun, Urn carno! into iToot. to encfurao
; t-migratiun thiihi-r, no than thnv milli..::.
of aons of land l.aimr L-'n ti;rvt'vtJ, and arc
now cflvrtil to s. tt! r fr. iu all rart. f f the
j worM. Uo trdini thi liuaure tLo Mcihurne
! ra'd. kits :
"At.jr man with froai 40 to 320 in his pocket
i mat ko cut n .hit r. rtiiii vf tUis o,0"'),"Kii) acres
' 0f country lahd, aLvii it li survtv.-d :tul r.iaitiic-l.
, .tu-l may ch.-: uy !.. Le r.,fass of ma taan
o acres, cr more tL.au C-O acres, aud
M have it
ctiwvef to Li ia. e.i the payment
.f il per
acre. ( -ipital is less wanted here thin
population, and that class if peisons U'...st wanted,
is the c' ass inurel to cut J H.r-emiih.vinent, ar.J
uiost exjert 1: hanuiit g the pick, the spade, and tho
ploii,;!,. High clas farmers would do well to remain
where t Ley are, if they do net wi-ii do s-.r.k money
in agricultural rursuits. lut Any iudu-triuus man,
ablet., purchase his 40, S 1C0. or S'JO acre bleck.
and till it himself, with the he'p of I. is family :md
friends. Would find this colony, in the
few years, the high road to competency, if net to
! It is euch li'xTal iniiirca that are u.
' iii forward tlu new and s-iua!l jr.iverntu-nts
around u, and will make of Victoria a. rich and
i jjwt-rful nation. Wo do not. l-y any mean,
say that the Mine jxliey here vouhl have the
same results, lu: we d. ntd sime onorjry, some
pterlin enterjri-e and i liieieney in our ministry,
1 which will e.-ck to devch p the national pro.
! f erity and resource, ir.s-u-ad of utterly destroy,
j in:j tlu-m.
Turning to another quarter, we find that even
(old Ilayti, of the West India group, whose pop-
' nlation is comiH.-d entirely of negroes, under
the tconumieal and irudent rule of a noj;ro
I KniiitTor, (iefl'rard, is putting on a new face
i 1 1 a
i uu oiueriy ana prOjjrcsMte joeri;ment is oe1-
established over a nation of ignorant, im
moral heathen, not long ago slaves, and aim st
ever since their emancipation the prey of worse
tyrants than their former masters. In enume
rating the changes which have already taken
place, one of the New York paj-ers says :
GeiTrard has made sweeping economical reforms
in various departments. The government is cut of
debt ; tbe army, which has been reduced from
30,000 to 16,0t0 men, is regularly paid ; tiie cus
toms cfEcers are capable and upright men ; the na
tional currency, which was so depreciated that a
peck measure full would scarcely represent a silver
dollar, is diminished in quantity and advanced, in
value ; two steamers lire in process cf l uildinjr, as
the nucleus of a imvy ; waste and abandoned land
is reclaimed ; roads and other public works arc go
ing cn uuder direction of jjovcrnineut ; premiums
are given, encouraging the cultivation cf cotton and
sugar-cane ; ornament and utility are united in the
erection of fountains and public buildings ; improve
ments evincing the most liberal views have bocu
made in the prisons ; four college?, and more than
160 schools, have been established., including insti
tutions of medicine, music, art, and agriculture ;
postal facilities are increased; a census is ordered ;
marriage, which was almost entirely disregarded, is
made honorable, ar.l everywhere the Laud, mind,
and eye of a statesman is seen."
XOTKS OF TIIK WEKK.
The Alki:ts Ball. On Thursday evening last,
the Captain and officers of II. B. M. eteamer Alert
g ive a ball to the fair llouoluluaus at the Armory of
the Honolulu Hi lies. The hall was plainly but taste
fully decorated with flags, devices aud evergreens,
nu 1 the refreshments were plenty and of the best.
His Majesty the King honored the balr with his
presence, and, although the company was not so
lare as on other occasions owing to the previous
bad weather aud serious apprehensions of its continu
ance yet we believe that the occasion was enjoyed
with all the better spirit for the risk run of a soiled
chau.-sure fcr a spoiled coiffure in coming i r going.
" Fortune favors the brave." however, and the gen
tlemanly hosts were favored with ft cessation of ruin
fur several hours previous to and during the whole of
the ball. The ball broke up at a late ht.ur, and we
have no doubt tint with nil of the guests, and, we
li"pe, with the entertainers also, the pleas. mtest re
collections of the Alert's visit to Honolulu will by
some mysterious n.-.-oeiatioii of the heart or the mind
connect themselves with the ball on the Ulth instant.
Uai Roads. The rainy weather of the past few
weeks has cut up our roads most sadly. In some
places they have been almost impassible. The Nuu
anu Valley road, which ouzUt to be one of our best
thoroughfares, has been a constant cause of com
plaint. If nothing more is done, why can't a good
sidewalk be constructed, as far at least at lb-sebauk.
Vie have often wonueied how the " Laird of Hazel
bank," who always walks in preference to riding,
has so long endured this abominable load, when it
could so easily lie reredied. Why, our gang of
devils, with three shovels and two wheelbarrows,
could construct a sidewalk along the entire length of
the above roa.l in less time than the Supervisor has
been conning over it, or the public in grumbling at
it. In Manna, trio, a road and bridge is needed,
which though the taxes have been paid for it, and we
have called attention before to it, has never bien con
structed. Where's the fault ?
Prn-oNAL. Vie learn that it is the intention of T.
T. Dougherty, Esq., late United States Vice Consul,
and for the most of the pist eight years, confidentially
connected with that Consulate, to leave fur San Fran
cisco in the bark Comet, en route for Philadelphia,
the place of his nativity. The kindness always shown
to, and endeavor to please every one who had occa
sion to do business at that office, will be readily re
called, and his departure leave" a void in our busi
ness circles not easily to be 6ihd. We w ish him a
tiiousHiol alohas, and a happy nieetintr with his kins
folk and friends. We also learn that Mr. Dougherty
will be I'earer of Dispatches from the United States
Legation to the Government at Washington.
The Bi ext District. This tract, which was swept
of its buildings by the fire of the 29th Dec, h.is near
ly resumed its former busy aspect. Messrs. Thomp
son & Neville, have erected a new and commodious
blacksmith shop; Messrs. Fosters have built a shipcar
penter's shop, about 80 feet in length, and more con
venient than the old one ; besides which several
butcher shops have taken the place of those destroy
ed. Mr. Thus. Hughes ix about erecting two spacious
one-story buiMins, each 4Cx3o feet, erne for a
m-ichine shop and the other for a foundry. These
completed, will restore the burnt district to its form
er buy aspect, the mill alouc being wanting. The
latter is to be erected in auother part of the town.
S7 In one of our exchanges we notice the follow
ing item. Whether this is one of the results of the
" panic" prevailing through the Union, we are not
informed, but it evidently constitutes a link in the
crisis, and demonstrates the supreme folly of betting,
even with the best of men an J iu the best of causes :
We are informed, un the most satisfactory authority, thit
II m. Alm-r Tratt, e-Ju'ipe, etc, who just canie home from
Honolulu, with a rin:i.l.!.ie fortune, made a bet with a K-public
i. of $5o. some tin.e since, that Lincoln would not carry
Mtctiitran by TO.OoO mr.joriiv. When the stake-lioid-Twas called
upon f r the 10oO, he repl ed that Judge Pratt ha.1 a.-signtil the i
stake, and the assignee hi 1 f -rt i ld-n the s-.-ik'-h ld. r n pay
ov,r. S. cuch for so much. Lanin.2 Mh.uan. Urpul.liean.
We receive! yesterday, a letter from Hilo
and one from Kiu, Hawaii, both dated Jan. 'J, having
l. .11 1 . - tUa 1,0&. '.rT-lT:r I r.
I I'eeij i n.ijs uu lue p issac, iov ii.t w j -. .... .i,
! that the Commercials arrive very irregularly, often
i two weeks behind time. The papers are mailed regu
j larly at the post-office, cn the day they arc published.
Over the mails we have iu control, but the frcpient
complaints ma ie to us, show that letters and pajrers
lo not pass aling as fist as they should.
Tup Weatukk. From all parts of the greup, we
hear that the f i'.I of rain has been very heavy, and
ibo r.istiirt.j t.i:i!i in:r,ri.v-;l- Tho storm, which lss
( n.'.w over, has been unusually severe. The schooner
IL'nnj received son.e damago at Hani, losing her
' i .: 1 ler by striking the rociis. The schooner Jf";r
'ri'fc parted her chains while at anchor at Molokai,
' l.i t was saved from injury hy native diving and
fastening; a hatiser to tiie anchor.
i New Watfr Wock. are jjhid to see this sub
stintial atil ii::pcrtatit j.uJiio iaipre vonient puilig
s:e:id'.iy forward towards c. nit ktion. The reservoir,
which will hold over 'io ,) gallons, is about finish
ed, nnl the large 12-iiich main rtipes nre being ra-
: i i lly laid through Nuu-mu avenue. When the work
is completed, it wiil be a great blessing to the city.
We notice t!.e r"ur:i of
from Lahaiua, in f. chic he iliu.
1 ;-py to - his 11 friends.
S. Hotrtacyer, K-.i. ,
He will no doubt be
(C. tt- iH.-cJi-t.re f the Par. C ' Hi . AJror'..r.'l
Dora the I.nw " Aulhorir" l1 r ol i 1 11 1 ion J
The roiuniii'i of January l'.'tb, cuts a column
ot l-ile agtirt tho reported doings cf Uov. T. Coan
! and his Church tnfcrenoc. The on part cf th:s
I they called the new liw f.r pr.-:itute, a law ':.-
,th:.riiinj t.e prottiluHon of uo7r.fi.,J
j Tho editor 1-cj:'.ii to fovl kveniy the dir:tee that
i ir.u! ret ou the public ch i;mj ion cf such a law in
ativ decent c.'triii.un'.tv. and ii.is i-een
fr rotr.e time
! trvir to evaJe it, by m:.-sta::r. and sofreLin? dvwn
: the actual purfi-rt and wcrkir.g it the biw. He per
sists ;u represei,
at. 1 ut " to a
titoj it as a
i'.v " to cure a .liseise,
sia t v w'.iica the disease
j Let a few i l vieiis e tiM'Ier:itiot.s dispel the f. g iu
j wiliei. he is striving- to hi le the real character i f his
; . jm. r
j . s- --
j xv k;",w h:lt tll,s s'--te d.-es net in so many
j 1 Is .i'.rectly at; 1 catej;...rieaiiy authorize prostitutes
' ,.,rn r, . r limit the actini of the eld stat
ute punishing the crime.
Hut is a:iy intellect so ol fusc .ited as not to see that
this law iu reality dis assure full impunity to all
pn stitutis who comply with its requisitions? This
is id necessity implied in the law. What use could
he mi le cf such a law if it did not ensure exemption !
Would a:iv t rostitute be at the trouble an 1 shame of
coining under government inspiction, if she only
thereby fixed the eye cf the police more distinctly
r , , - i i . ,
up. u her, to observe and punish her sins: i bat
in lueement Can the law hold out to a prostitute to
register lierse.r, except ttiat tuereoy sue is to sin un-
der shelter? Suiipose the vigilant police were to fol
low up and pounce upon these registered women, ail
?gisterei women, an
ticketed and branded as ther are. and should enforce
diligently the penalties of the old law upon them,
would it not end the working of the new law at once ?
Dy necessary implication therefore it exempts those
under its shelter from the action of previous statutes;
else it is a nullity, and stultifies itself and ail con
cerned in it. This is so obvious that I am almost
ashamed to argue the question.
Has a sinK- ;;rrtt for murknhthr i-wr Inrii tna.le of a r g:s-t-r-l
j.r e.iiulc ? That O IU thr smry.
Tiie a-.i:li-rs an.1 promoter of rho !aiv fully coin.n-!ii-!HKil this
f. atuf- ot it from the first. Th.-y cU-icrly shw that express
ptni ti..n was ui.ii' r ssary, whin the l.i tied ssuriiy iuijiiiej it.
Tiny wii-ly oi:utt--.t therefore t" express what woul.l have heen
t.Ki .li:to;..u& if uakeuly presetittil t. the hotit-st native imaiiliers
of leisLum-, who never w.iul.l have cons, nte.1 01 the law,
ha 1 t-nu- ui! I public discus. 'ii enuMeil them to perceive its true
What illsuitinj hypocrisy it is for the Po.'ynr niuti ti deny
the real ati.l obvious purport of its favorite measure. If we arc
to l.ave prostitution protected ly law, let us not be bullied iuto
calling the fact l y a softer name.
T'j nntii-'itte the evil" of prostitution ! It is like mitigating;
theeviUof smail-pox, by ilrivins; in the disease to sale the
I.k.'ks, as if the rava- s of venereal disi-ase were the chief of iu
ev:ls. I-e'L-aliziii and protecting t e vilest ftature of social life,
instead of hunt :n.' it down and destroying it.
The u.ain obj -et of tlus l.nv is U make vile indulgence safe.
If its promoters were as zealous as they profess, to chock the
ravages of disease, why did ll.ey make a iaw to apply a rcniedy
t. one very small class al-ne ? hy did they not make a so
cial health law for the whole nation, as in the case of any infec
tious or contagious disease, requiring every ease to be immedi
ately reported to and treated by couietent and authorized phy
sicians? Il is plain that their object was merely to establish
ainonir us th - vile system of leg-.dizi.l, medicated prtilution.
The J'o'vni ti'tn will undoubtedly continue its attempts to
evade the plain truth on this sulj.-ct. Hut hide its head in the
sain! as it may, the dirty carcass protrudes, and the public s- e
1 close by ree-atiiu the resolution of Mr. Coau's church, and
SiC .inline the motion t. adopt:
ltt.o,'i ed. That this law is a very bad law. and it is of a
filthy character among this people ; and because it isopposed t)
the good eiTects of some existing good laws ; therefore be it re
solved, that this conference (and all good people) pray greatly to
the Lord that he may cause the recal of this bad law.
"I-l Ailrny."-What i it!
Mr. Lditob : The first official Quarterly Report
under the law which legalizes prostitution, contains
some expressions extremely ambiguous which fact
is owing to a novel, aud very extraordinary use of
The inquiry at oace arises, whither have they been
led " by those whose word for years they have look
ed upou as law ?" Many of the readers of this Re
port, educated in other lauds to sundry antiquated
notions, innocently suppose that the strauge wo
man, whose feet go down to death," " whose steps
take hold on hell," has already strayed from virtue
to its exact antipodes and consequently any further
straying is, iu her case, simply an impossibility.
Any change of position, brings her, by just so much,
nearer her original point of departure. And per
haps this is precisely what the reporting officer means.
Perhaps these estrays are the veritable fifty-six, who
have " returned their certificates." This supposi
tion is the more probable from the fact stated in the
Report, that they were led astray " by those who
preach so much aliout charity."
Now the fact is beyond gainsaying, that there is in
this kingdom, a class of men and womeu who have
grown gray in aiding and abetting this straying ex
traordinary. Under their influence, it is quite possi
ble that, according to the Report,
0 have strayel " into the visible fold of Christ.
23 have strayed " back to their husbands.
22 have " strayed " away to their parents,
1 has " strayed " off to virtue, and
ij have ' strayed " into the marriage relation.
But if the meaning of the Reporter is not thus to
be interpreted, theu the question returns, when
Government prostitutes are " led astray," what do
they stray to ? aud again, when they return, what
do they return to ?
The lb-port states that Four Lave been sent to
prison during the quarter, for violating sec. 4th of
the law." This statement suggests a third question
Of the 14J married prostitutes reported, how many
have been sent to prison for violating the statute
i laws of this kingdom in relatiou to marriage?
If any competent person will give a categorical
answer to these questions, he will confer a favor ou
an earnest Inuiikkb.
A Coon Story. Captain Kilmer, of the ship
Othello, tells a good story. It appears his crew is
composed mostly of students from s.mie college in the
interior of New York they are intelligent young
men, and of wealthy families, and are treated very
kindly by the captain and his officers. While olf
Cape Horn, on her passage out, the ship encountered
a very heavy g tie, aeooii.paiiied by hail and suow ;
and after lying to fer many hours unelcr nothing but
a close-reefc-1 main-topsail, it became necessary to
take in even that sail. All the boys were safely
I sfoue l below iu the forecastle, when the mate went
forward and sung out : "Come on deck, ali e f you,
and furl this maiu-topsad." Surprised, after the
lapse of a lew minutes, in not seeing the crew come
I up, the mate again went forward ar.d said : ''If vou
! don't come ou deck s'n, this topsail wiil blow away.
Ail right, .Mr. i-bcrman, was the reply 1 iease
tell the captain that we have concluded to let the old
topsail blow away, and we'll pay for it .'" Kieh.
PACIFIC No. 3. Thr lt.Kulnr
-gl. r-;AJ-X Monthly Meetin? of this Company will .-. held
X-i- ejj Rt tle j, llf .. M.x!,:ini. Kngine Cn. No. Z,"
TO-MoKKOW, (Friday) KV LNINil, Feb. 1st, at Tj. V. M.
H. F. IrilHAM.
Honolulu, Jan. CI. 1V.T. t Se-r- tary
IMIUTKCTIOX HOOK A- LAD-
j-J-SsJT IlKU Co Xa 1 A llegular Monthly I--i
r'J r2 , , .,,,.,,
f ll." Company wdl ! hell at t:c ir Hall,
MoM.AY KVKMNiJ, Feb. 4, at 7 ..'clock precisely.
Ail are re'iuestrd to attend. I'er Order :
C13-1: Secretary V. Ii. A- 1.. Co. No. 1.
ot T-i! -.a.. Por.--f K.li.
j IKIMII.n.r TI'RX'-. EttEIX Ali. niiun I
A Kegular Monthly M ting of this Ver-in will l.-l l To
J MOKROW, FIUI'AV KVKNIN.i. F-b. 1-t. a: ..i.k, at
wliich -ill th-- incti.'-'t rs r.re re.-p. ctfu'ly ir.vit.--l to aite:. 1.
i Itas'in- ss f inifv-rtar.ee i? c t::it.g u for.- :.. mating,
j Iror.ir: .'. I ilKIt. I'l l.l'WIit,
j 11S5-1; Si -r-L-n-y H. T. V.
M IMlK.Mi: COII5T J AN. TERM I.C,1.
I T I S IIKKI'ltV )R DEI1EI). Til T IV
! It every s.:;t I.- r--aft--r t 1
::.:- t .irt. on le-l.aif
!nei. 1. ,t -l,all I.
l t:i it c.;..icity, to
f a mile r. ly 1. s .'v.-ii-r i.-i-;. or :..
i:)'u::.i-etit "i: ti.e p ;ity dr?.rous of --.;:.g
...l.ta.n to- .i:iction of th-- Cart. .r ' f ..ne
i before the is-u.ng t.f j.r-.
llv or It . f t'.e Curt.
" John k. iiaiin ;aki.
C: -r si:; r.-i:,- Court.
iSI PKE.Mi: COI RT JAN. TERM 1G1.
s. tti. iu nt of th- K-tat.-s ef .1 -eea-I i-r..n. oi Pr .t-are
j Curt, in ch-: ef a .l.trit.nti.'.n of real T f- rs r.al r .rn r:y. in
I the ha:, is f an k.v-cut. r or Adni.iestrat. r. w!. r l-v agr:
' rr.er.i or u:;.!- r :.n or kr of co irt. ti;- re -h.: I-- t.i-. a written
j :at- u.e:,:. l- !:-:::. .-t.y wl.ar ; ir? of th,. j.r..(- r: y h-i- .. .-a
; aw.r ! -.1 to -.,. ' e!a.',:.a;:t --par'-!v ; wh .-!, :a:. i.,. i t -;-.a:i u
! s.gr. ! i.y th- i- .rties int--res;.-.l. or I.-., ir i-r..l r t-r - ..i:.-..-.. s ;
. and it shall I-- th- !:: y of t.v- Ev-i-nt-.r -T A.ii..io -: r..;. r. u-,. - j
the c- il rt -ii.to r...- s;- ei ill y .i.re. :. to J.r. p.. re m..-ii -t.,tc-!
metit f-r lil... ; 1 r i ,r-l. 1'v ,.r.!. r f t;.- Court.
' J-.til.S I. II :-.NAUli.
j ilj--t t'c.rk si;;.r' ti:.- Co..:rt.
ItlJI.v. Sl'PERIOR SWAIOV-
cuv.-d .V I'.. A. C . "a -nip . i
Jf 11 ii - KFFl't .'.
The fallowing communication was handed to us
for publication s. me two weeks since hy F. L. Hacks,
&q , late U. S. Consul
To Uhatfiuru visiliu New V.caliiml.
Vkvkoa, Canterbury, New Zealand,
June 117, 1S0O.
To the Consul Genu alor the I'uiU' l States.
Honoli Ll" :
j 1eau Sir: I must premise what I have to s:iy,
; bv heirftiug you will excuse this intrusion on your
ti'n-e.Viid hope that you will permit the importance
i of the sabUvt to ! e ti e Ust apology 1 can t-ffer. The
; disturbances on the North Mmd cf X. Zealand, and
! the present altitude of the aloriiu il race to the
0. .veVnmei.t. mav deci le s.aio, if not many, of the
comaiaudcrs of vour nuaicrous fleet of w'aale ships j
j upon not calling hither at Mongenui. or the l? iy of
: Islands for their usual recruits. To these gentlemen
j I Wi.uld wish to point out, (and it is in this I would,
j as the Collector of H. li. M s customs at this port.
I solicit your aid in your hig'a official capacity,) that
Akaroa will afford them every possible recruit that
j they can desire. As a ju rt once frequented by
i whalers, it was well known to tinny, but, for some
! reasms not patent to me, it has been for some years
! net much frequented. I have visited the different
I farmers and small cultivator', and urged upon them
j the necessity of being in a positition to supply at
W-t 12" shirs, aud am hatTT to be able to state that
! preparations are already made Ibr the cultivation of
L considerable breadth : firewood and water abound,
.. . , , f tnt
both of qualities so sood an.1 so easy ot access, mai
fc ' .,
i praise is unnecessary. Iam in correspondence with
: our I'rovincial tioverniiieut upon ine suojoci oi mad
in2 a special reserve of timber for the whalers, to
i . - , . .
. . .
The police regulations have been much improved
and every protection is given to the interests of the
owners t and there is no fear of the commanders
j having venereal complaints to cure after visiting
the port. All the usual laciiiues iu money iu.ni.eis
are afforded. There are half a dozen shipwrights in
the nort: also, two excellent smiths, and castings can
be had if necessary, and spars to be had for the cut
ting. Lastly, and by no means least in the catalogue,
ouiside our Heads is the very best ground in these
.o for the last few years the whales have been
found more numerous than during the preceding
ones. The surveys of II. B. M's ships Acheron and
Pandora, in the most recently published charts from
the IIv.lro-Trauhical office in Loudon, are kept for sale
in my" office. I have enclosed the directions for the
Port, which I would request you to permit to be ex
hibited in some conspicuous place in the Captain's
waiting room in your efnee. A seaman myself. 1
only wish to be useful to the district of Hanks' l'e-
ninsula. over which my official coutrol to the Cus
tom's denartment extends, and this desire is the only
valid excuse I can offer for this letter, and my re-
ouest that vou will communicate the contents of it
to the irentlemen in command cf your magnificent
fleet. 1 have the nonor to DC, i-ear ir,
most obediently, your servant,
Will leve Honolulu for
On Monday, IVb. IHi. at 4, P. M.,
Touching at LAl'TAUOEIIOK and KAUPAKUEA. oo the up
and down trips,
On Tl'KSOAT, Feb. 12. 4 o'cIorU, r. M.,
Will leave for K0XA and intermediate ports.
JANIOX, GRKKX Co.,
Honolulu. Jan. 29, 1S61. 245-21 Agents 11. S. N. Cn.
FOlt SAIK !
TIIK I'XDERSICXKI) OFFERS ,
,. His PriMTtv, leKrated in Waialua. Oahu, consist
ing of a t'onveni.-tit liwehing, .' k and Storage llous.-, with
5.1ft acres of Laud, f which over IDOacr.s are either wholly n,
in part enclosed by wall r fence a large jMirtion easily irrigated
from an unfailing slre-am ; an abundant supply of Kalo in cul
t.vation. From 10 to 80 head cf c:ittle, including three yokes of
gol Woikir.g oxen and Steers, an I a large i.uiiiIm r of fine
Milch Civs. Also, Horses, Carts, Plows, and a full assortment
of Farming Implements
The alve property is situated centrally in Waialua. and
affords to iM-rsons interested in sugar-growing a promising
chance to invest, having good water-ower upon it, and sur
rounded by excellent cane land, with an enterprising foreign ami
native community in the neig!i!orhood,a:id communication easy
Ixith bv land and sea with Ilonnluiu.
L'45-tf W. C II A XI R Kill. A 1 N
ri-IIIE FIRST QUARTER OF KOXA I
1 Ml mile lor lKlil. will commence on the Third
Mondar in Mnrrh This Institute, situated in one of
the most ph-asar.t and healthful districts known on the Satidw ich
Islands ; removed from all places of vice and idle resort ; .in a
pool carriage road, only two miles from Kealakekua Hay, where
the favorite iifiv steamer K ii.ai ka touches s.-mi-montly, is now
op ii for the F:nj;h.-h education of IIaw aii.iS hai.k c as i Kami
o.'iVm liys and (.-iris lietweeu the ai-'i-s of Four and Sil-cii years.
The Principal lias had ovr fifteen years' e.Mri-nce in teaching
nearly every branch of Knhsh seienc fr-.m the Alphabet lo
the highest branch' s of Mathematics and l'lii'.c.pliy. lie natters
himself M I thoiiitnjhly posted in all the latest modes and arls
of su.-ci ssful teachin r. His plans of teachintr have be.-n ap
proved by several T-.-achers' Institutes in I'eiinsy Iv.mia, New
York and Massachusetts, in which States he has taught for many
years. 1 ic.se who have confided their children to hint the past
year, arid those fp'tn a di stance who desire to place th-'ir sons
and daughters under his care and education, may be assured of
his constant assiduity and z-al in imparting lo them a substan
tial, useful, practical, busin.-ss education. It wiil also be his
aim to contribute, as much as possible, to the personal happi
ness, health, physical ili'Veloi ne-Tit of muscles, as well as mitral
culture of th..se committed lo his care.
ClrAKTH.v, in irfrnnrr, f U S3. TriTios, with l-oarl, rooms,
lo.lging. liirhis, washing, soap. tow-!, bath, A.C., S H"(.l
Vkar. 4' we--ks. Iiaily s';ssiov, 5 hours. lMsi iplini!, mild,
buti'rm. Instiii'cidn, thcirowjh. Address
A. A. M'TT.
Kona Infitnie, Utiirtiii .i.iri..
isouth Kor.a. II: wan, Jan. 14, A. I. lUl. o40-3ir.--J.i7
at x. i). c liii MM(;irr s
Grocery and Feed Store!
KITS REEF TOXfil ES
Fors..l..-t the Family tirocerv an.1 Fe-1 Store.
H -Jm- J.r 1
A. D. CARTWKKIHT.
OAV FRAXI ISCO PILOT IIREAIl
For sale at the Faa.ily
ly eir.-C'-rv and Fe.-.l Store.
A. I. CA1H Wltl.iHT.
atfa SACKS CAI 5- ORKCOX OATS
e 7 W A.J ror Sale at the ran.ily Uroi-ery A; Feed Store.
A. It. CAItTM I KillT.
t il RAISES CAI
M. ff For sale at the F;i
(I AT li t V
uni)-.- o.-':--rv V F'-.-d Stor.-.
A. It. . AUTlVltli;HT.
e at the Familv Cris-.-ry and
a. u. CAiVrwitniiu.
I1EI, RIVER SAI.MOV, IX IlAI.C Illil.S.
J At the Family tindery at. 1 Feed so. re.
-44-2.j1 A. O. CAIlTWKICtllT.
CAT l'O I) E( A POTATOES
.--l-ctcl f ,r Family us.-. For sale :.t the F.-.tinlv llrocery
an 1 F -.-d Store. (244-g31 ) A. H. CAKTWitKJIIT.
IRESH hARIl, IX H Ik. T I X' S
At the Family tjrocery and Feel store.
J44--."l A. It. C AUTW l'.IOHT.
t li o. a.,d Clean. For sale at t'.e Fannie Upott and
Feed Store. C'l.-Hoi A. I. C All.' W r.KiilT.
Ci A X" A R V S V. K f
or sale al lie: Family ..p-cery ai 1 Feed Store.
224-U51 A. D. CAUTWUI.iHT.
7vREII MOLOKAI HI TTER
r -r sale at the Family Urocrrv and F-- 1 Store.
1 " A. It. CAKT'.l KIOIIT.
C1AI.IFORXIA SMtKI'.I REEF
' lor sale at the Fa:n..y eir.o.-ry and Feed store
F rt sm- ;, near Hotel ft. . '
A- I'- CAkTttKHiHT.
C1 A 1.1 FOlt X I A CIIKKSK-
At the ran.i.v .ir.j.-. rv k St r-.
A- I). CAIlTWItHiHT.
C t 1.1 FOR XI A RECK WHEAT El.OlR
J l.-l l'J .V o 1 III. ,-,,-ks.
At the Fa;:.iiy Gr.-rv k F I store-
A. It. CAKTH UIOHT.
; sriAI.IFOR.XT.V RVI-: VI K A I. in lo 1 o .:!;
: V,,.,.. At U.,- Fah.tiy Gr v,y I f-,.r...
; -44"- 1 a. i. c.viixu uii.irr.
p IAEIFORXTA IIO.MINV-i:. l.t.b.acVs.
i ... At the Family Grocery 4- Feed store.
A. It. lAKIHKH.IIT.
Wl. A Nil lO.I. VAII.S JEST R EC EI V EI)
v r i v
Con ft , and for sale I.y
K. O. HALL.
'4ilv. ,:ri:i:i. ukii vi.mox.
j mm Jr t- a:.y ,:i th- r.ar..- t.
j -4i 'l C i'.KKWKil
j'piIE IM)l'.KMi;)KI) MAVIXf; 15KEV
...i.y a;.j. i:,:.. A.ii.,,i.i-tr:.-. r w:th th- Will annexed
of t..e r-.-i.it - ot Jane s Havis. late of lion. luiu. .'...e.,s.. i,..r.J
; by giv.-s not..-.-1-. all p- rs..,s hav i-g .l-.-ioand, ,::.-1 the - I
i ,:"!-'"- l'r""-''' the sain--, a:. 1 ail --rs..ns i:.. t ,1 to th-said
l.-t t .-. are b-.rei.y notified :.. mak-iu.n.-diat.- i.ui.i.nt
JAMI - I'VWsON. Adiui'oi-.r., r,
. .. '- ! e Vl. a.Oi -1. I .. the lrt - , f
' ' o !..:,. I...-. IJ.l.o o., 41 Jtm-sl.ai.s.
A ' f ' V .
Xrrruilan noil linbrt I.e-riM."
Mr. Ki.itur : It w is with great pei-.ln J T !
ia the Polynesia it of the l"th inst., the Ktr ,, J
- .... . , , . - Of j.
isuiepnalus. it is higa time government of2ci's
should hive their accounts audited. The sys;eni
adopted in 1 ivishing the public moneys has beea f-,r
some time pat a subj'.-ct of severe criticism by tbe
Ict facts be place-l iu view of the fioverntiK-nt
and it is to le hoj-el the evil will be rctnelled. '
Is it rij;ht to p-iy out of the public revenue fifteen
dollars (1C) f.-r any article, when one equilij M
go.il could l.ae been purchased for ten
Is it ric;ht to pay sis cent (Gc.) per !!. f .r iin u,
tiele, when another offered to supply it f,.r five ccnt)l
(oo.,) and make no charge for the supply rouirj
for the contractor's own family ? This article can
supplied all the year round at four cents (4c.) j(r
lb., or less, (without perquisites.) by public tcnjrr
Is it right to pay one cent and a half (l.'.o)pcr
lb. for any article, when it can be contracted for t
one cent (lc.) per lb.?
Is there no competition in other articles .'
Let the public r. id.tor reply.
In conclusion, I would endorse the remaris of
Iiucephalus " for the Government to advertise an!
offer to public competition, by scaled tenders, (tobt
opened iu presence of the contractors or their agents,)
for the supplies required for each quarter. Such
course would remove a stone of offence to rnaay tax.
payers, and save a waste of money.
I,et the Government accouuts le audited for the
last two years ; the corruption of the preseut system
will be exposed and discountenanced.
Yours, A Taxpayer.
P. S. Iu a future article I may give you the price
current of certaiu government situations that mt
been disposed of for a money consideration, or iu
equivalent. A T.
I HAVE THIS IAV APPOINTED J. s.
WALK Kit. F.sip, my attorney, for the purs.. i.f tUxial
uji my business at Honolulu. THOMAS SI'EXCFIl
Honolulu. Jan. 2.1, ISiil. 214-5t
Wsmted lo liircli:ie.
IRON' POSTS FOR WIRE FF.XCI.XCi. Foil
winch 26 cents each will be given. Apply to
FI It i: ! r I It K ! I I-'I It K ! I
fTOR SAIE-OAKI.KN KNUIXKj?: tint wU t)iPw a
stream over a two-story house.
C. I'.IIFAVKK k CO.
OTICH IS 1IEREIIV lilVKX THAT TIIE
.'.Kl'artner"hip heretofore exi'tiog iHtweeu Henry Kiir.
lish & Co., of F'anning's Island, and M'illiain Owens, of Wj-tj-ington
Island, untl.-r the style of Knghsh & Otrens, is tliit ilay
dissolv-ml, the said II. English & Co. having purcliaw d all the
right, title and interest of William Owens in said island.
II F.M.I.IMI i, CO.,
Honolulu. Jan. 14. 1SC1. (C4.'Min W Il.l.I AM OWKXS.
rilllE I XIlKltMUN KIl OFFERS II IS SKK.
1 1CKS to Merchants, Haulers, and i-liivrs at tLe llavii
ian Islands, as A gen I for (he transaction of business in Us)
He will give particular attention to the purchase and ihiu
ment of M KKCH A N L.1S K or MACH IX Kit V, and. from hi lotf
exerience Ix.th as a merchant and plauter at the !slaiuli,h.
to give satisfaction to those who may entrust hiui with tbrir'
orders. Address, f..r the present, Wesiborough, Mass., I'. 8. A.
243-3tu-255 J. F. 11. MAllSUALU
1861. DIARIES! 1861.
JUST ItKCElVEI) ! .
-IARIES AXI) I'OCKKT MEXIORAX-
JLF dum ltiKiks for the year 1S61, just received by the Orosa
A."jrT, from New York. Of ail sizes and prices, from $1 lu
$4 each. ALSO
Family Almanacs for 1S61, 25 rts.
Cat. Illustrated Aunamacs for ISol, 'i "
For sale by (243-lin-J47) II. M. WHIT.NEV.
A few doors sboir Monlgonirrr Street,
FOSTER , PATTEN &. CO,.
(SUCCESSORS TO J. J. HALEY,)
If AVIXR PIRCII A SKI) 1 HE INTEREST
I I of Mr. Hal.-y in this well-known Hotel, the Sulacrilri
lg to gay to the old patrons of the house and (he puhlic ren
erally, that they have made many alterations and impmt-etnrnu,
and re-furnished and renovat.il the house Ihr.-ughout in tin
most thorough manner, aud have added an elegant Prime
Hall for the vntrance of I-adies and are determined that in tht
future tle house shall possess all the requisites uf a
A FIKST CLASS HOTEL IX EVEKV PABTICL'LAR.
Our Mr. Patten has been l!.x.Lk.t K-r of the house for the itt
two years, and M r. F'oster has been connected with the 0cfn
Steamers of "his Coast for the past eight years as Purser, ifcd
cheerfully offers his service to families and others iu prucariuj
steamer passage, in advance of their arrival here.
Xf N ADviSiit is miens. Coaches of the Hotel always
J44-3iu236 FOSTER, PATTEN k CO.
VISITING NEW ZEALAND!
Akaroa, Ntw ZpLvn,
Lat. 'Middle fUiut), 43 49' 34" S., long. - iJ" 47" E. )
riMIIS EXCEEEEXT IIARROR 13 SITfATKD
at the S K. eml of Hanks' 1'eiiinsula. Latitude (Mulilt
Htad,4il- 4J' y4-' S., long. 6j' 47" L. High iir I.
and o. li hours -J4 minutes.
The heads are reinarkahly hold and high. The rJ. In-aJ Is
much the higher, with a reef running oiT a short distance; eB
the N. head is a large flat rock, called the longho.it. The
breadth of the entrance is alH.ut three-quarters of a mile i th
course in is X. w. at first, and th-n the harl.r turns narly
N. Ureat caution mast Le ol. served in entering with a
wiiid, as it rushes iu ballling and heavy squalls over the UnJ
nhove the 8. head, which rises to a height l te-n 1500 hiA 'SK-it
f.-et. Itepth of water, 14 faihoms inside the he.-is. Tne u?iil
anchorage is on the F;. shore, ahout i miles up, in the fir-t
w ith a row of houses on the liuitch. in 5 to s fathoms. iu
p 1 ln-rth to Green's Point before ent- ring this hay. r"'
extends almut ou.--.-ighth of a niile off it. The shores ute I..1
to throughout. IT a hot wind is blowing fr.tn N.VVy iU ri"t
atn-mpt to enter, s it is dead out and very putty r.ff th- IxnH.
Kutining in w:th a stroiiir S. W. wind (hy wh eh the hot wind if
always followed.) keep under low canvas, lower lifts well taut,
and f..re topmast staysail up. Willic-waws nre sometimes Hi 1
ex ri-nced when t. tweeu Ih.e high. -t lauds, aiwnt 1 n.i'ie
to 1 mile? inside. When you have ull the t. wn open !
ahr.-at .f (ireen's Point. The l.et and ni.-st r.-nvenient l-erth
is Green's Point on. with the n-xt ?..,i.,t of n little hav- S. of it.
and tlie southernmost house on the beach, w it h three d rtner
willows on the roof. ( (truce's Hotel.) on with the low l!iHi'
to the westward of it, j mile oil shore, in a fathoms. HoMinr
proimd stiff, reU-r.tive clay, covered with blue mud. If '' 5
fhips are in the road, the only Consideration is to give tlim j
clear le-rth. to weigh with the wind fniu the wot ward. The
Harlxir Masler will always board von. f
It.tltEUT C.REAVF?, j
Collect. r of t'usn.iutf and liarh.T Masnr.
Cu.tom 1I..U-, Akarw, June J.7, lvio. Ul-Zm-2
rpiIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M. existing (tw.-u Win. . J..hns..o. I.aniel r -ter and
Thomas R. Fo-t.-r, under the style of J.iUNsi.N A: FO.-TKB. a
this day dissolved l y mutu-.l c,.ni.
The business of the late iirm will I e Settled hy Jlanicl TntUf
to whom all p. rsons having claims against it will pi
th-iu ; and all rsons indehi. d, will pleas--- mate imu:f!i"'"
Honolulu, Jan. 10th, 1S11. "13-1111-247
Ship Carpenters and Spar 3Iakfrs.
f".IIK 1:XI)ERSIGXEH HAVE THIS IAV
associated themselves under the name and style of
!" - FOSTER fc Co..
F".r the purpose of carryiug on the car;-eutering I.ujiiks in all
it details. They can be found upon the .i pr-mi.es "f J'3"
son & Foster, and hope to receive a shar- of the patronage of
the public. HAXIKI. FOsTFK.
THOMAS li. FOSI F.R.
Honolulu, Jan. leth, IS'll. 24 l-lm-'-iT
CASTLE 6c COOKE
HAVE FOR SALE
"Wholesale and letail
3-1. 1-1. C-l. H-l, IO-1 6i 12-1 i"
.i.-i.-h-d Shirting ;
White Hannel, various qualities ;
ltark Caii.-os -,
latest .tyle l.nnet Kil.l or.s hy Kx res- ;
el -at's II a.r br-ss I'atterns with triiiini:i.i.s ;
Wi:'a a -enrM ass .rtiaent of
l'ry e.i.ls, eliasi-ware,
Hardware, '1 i.,..v".
Constantly ol hand
Best Molokai Butter.
Ir. Jayue's Celebrated .Meditinri
THE SIHSCRIUKU EXPECTS TO Kf
flJjJ c ive from San Fra:;ci.-o. l y the 1 inkrt. ..he'it
VI to 15, a small invoice of fruit Ir. - s, the v..n. ts ' '""J
intr sol-co. expressly f.r our climate, 'lhc ss.,rtiu-ut
I'e-ach Trees, plum Trees,
Apple Trees, Cheir.vTre.-s, i
IVar Tr---s. Quince Tr.v., j
Currant, llaspl . rry. (J.. rry, Alicon.l, M alnut and e l.'-t-"
ord.-rs wiil Im.- iilh-.! are .rlin- to or.L i- in w hieh they r'
c iv.-d. Fi l ni.uy mid March are th- l-s; n.ei th f'r "'1''J''"
ful plantin.' of imported trees. 1 he cost of . ach tr.e in H" "
lulu will In- from .ill to HVl OO. A l ir -. , ....
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