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rni HiAY, vjrz... iV.I.
Sixes our Salt ine. we hare had few arrivals ar.l dwpar
lure, and "ur harbor c-.tiae-iurtiUy wears it uj.il
The Au.rr. jan bjp romum, Hea-daee, M days fr-m Mel
bourne, arriv-1 on the 17 th. with a Urcr numl- r of pa.aei,g.-rs
mutt tat S.i Francisco, ."hi ban h-d f--r supplies and
water, which h.uof pro" ur-.l. -h -aib-1 .-ilii yesterday ft r
the above destination. It will l- r-ro' mla-red. tte- t.-och-d
at this f.rt in Noveiul-er Ls-t, on h-r way to Au-tr.iiu, with a
caryo of oats. h.irU-y , and wheat. T!i- sropmer.t. we l- ira, did
Oct turn out profit!, l-
The sch-jooer I.ilfilikn arnv-d the -.m.e day. from M Ki-jn'i
Island, w hi tier r she l.a.l l-en ri:-j.t. bed with -iir.j.li. She
report everything progressing fsvoraMy. she i!I continue a
a ITuauo packet.
The Yankt ...led on the 2oth. tau.rf a very fall carzi. aril
the uuai l.t of psav-tver. It is frat.f ti:.- to -re that our
exports t' Sail 'r-ticaro are r--i i g Mieluaily increased, r.i.1
that ewh paclo-t Ui.l .in the l--rth f.i.l a fiio' faf."i. The
Cemrf, ou the 14th of last month, t' k a h-avy cr-o of a:
least 1J0Q tor."-, tlie bprftu rll, early in tin tn..i.:h. t-.k v,m
ioo toot on frtiht; the i'mirr, on the Jtr.h. k 4'i) !hm.
and the hrirf M iry f ilm n ,, lo uht:? f.r tie- s iu.e .ltin.
I", and Will flr.. a fall carjro of ir-e -Joo ton of pr'.iu' e.
The barkrmine l uH'ttt!in miU .1 on the liirb, f. r Vi.-t'-fi-t,
With a fail car?'), and the R. If. tor l'.r-tuen. in the , in.-
eonditiori, piviriaT a total of at X-a,t 'Zii tort in bui-; "cportol
duribfr two bion'h. f-r 1'Jt.iQ too) ji-rr Qtri.:h.
Tte bark hulklren, l.t Ifitu Autriia, iioW ii utr'itig
coal, i f ir tale nr charter, an-1 if no ihi-al of h-r . ru Ir,
Wul probaMjr be rli4'aU.h-l U Sr. i rai.'i-ro.
The britf M-trf i-. i o:j thr l-r:h, I.l, f.,r San
FraDCicj, art Will al rariy r-xt w--k.
A ale of t)r tiif t"-k of lr. John T. Vat"Tl.ooe it a!vT
tUtsil t take ph4-e pwlay ly orb-r if th- a'On-' of ct.- -LAt.
The tale will lie f,W. by J. II. Tol", who l.a. t.iki-n th- slau.l
tirmTly orrupi' .l l.y A. I'. Kr- r-lt.
LocaJ tr.i.Ie m --ry i'irt, ami eoriflii--! to j .htiin.' .1- nanl.i.
The rariro of n: frou the l ark Kuftr, n, l,ut JTv totd, !a
been loll!, p. n. t.
TUI USDA j-. AM 1' 2::.
3I jrc tl::tn uual :ttt nrjjn is now ii-
r'.'Ct'-il ti tlie M;vj'-ot of tin- j T'xliii'ti'jn of
Cotton to .ujply tin; va-t iii;iriurioturiri ir.-
t'-n-'t.t of Kulun'l, f umm: j-.j uiu'i'in ii
f it. j r .f: t:
I;s than fuur inillimis ar-- j----til--n t mi it
f-r siij jHrt. Till.- i:in:ii.ili.iti- 4 i-- f t!.i" iii
fjiiirv i.-i the jrwailin ii-ar tiiut t ! - r-.ln-ti'n
in the -otl. rii ' tt n t.it. will r--(ult
in r-'jiu.- w.iv, illn r tin- iiutur.il i !'
-. th- r o:in b.-
; i; liutil t. Mr. Mt l. -nl. in hi- truv- '.- i l'-i-t-i
rn Alricu, tfiu. t-jnks nf tl v I'.riti-ii '..., ny
1 of N it.il a t-ac!iin its -.ttn oaj'ilitit- :
' Th-yif! 1 nf M.e a:rc," li:g tj,'""') pi i::!-1 ti
it, H-r:icJ lg :in.l n-h ilf .viili'ii cf Mrl Ci tti li
er f l.int. wli'ch, when re-luce i l.y t!i cutti n cU in
inff (r n. (fie one jouri'l an J i,e-'iuai.tt-r cf c'.fiin
cotti.ri to the joint ; at 01 fer this
jj ve t;i" ein-rriiL 'i return f 17 1"-. ft"
: -r-. '1'i.ik.' an-, at the !vv.m c- aiputution, "4',-tii.-re-
i n T h ! .w r r oo;.t-i:ii t.-rr:ii' ff The
c ! ny whi. ii w ill r r" i'i'- c'tf n i f tit: jiri'ity, s
tint i ur rvcrpo.,! ;netchiiT- uny !"i k firw.tr 1 a
ni'i-v T no !f.-i thnti 4.?' " '. ' " ' ( I -
f:'"iu i.e i
.7 1: no. ::u:cf li-it.-ly :ifter h;c'.i ar. : t '.io .:'. n is tc te
riii lo t- the Hnvaiiia Oo crntaetit fur an act if in
priffyf'i tiiit tr.e
;"r" I.u.v Fi:am;l:
g ly th)
i::r;ii.y v.i "t throe
f to tr::is.ict tho Lu?::iO?s i f the
ai l L rwtorr- t" rtcie !ii.i,u i'.'y ,
ivf-i, us b:.il le
f'-i.t ol jiil ijir-i'ir'i aiiil war.
lit ;t iiiiinii-i.i
triii nf tin- t !!-, vvhi.-h i, iv !. i-.'in--iuijxir
tant u Lr.u.i h of cuiiiiui ti i-. . ii. ri--;i
is ri't the "inly ciuntry wiiich j.r.j'lin-t.-r ciyt
Vn, iilth'iiih it tin: j .rim.-i j -.il "ii--.
lan l has 1 r Ti-.irn h-i.-ti .-. kiii Vt -xt-T.-l the
rulth.iti'iii i it ivit tii wurM, .- u.- t- r..-ii-i-r
hT iti 5u,in: ili n-i iiiiJ- j i.'l'-iit f .ini-ri-r:i.
Wh.it mi. i i -.- Jot-, att. ii.i. .1 h. r !5 ,rt.s
will s.-cii Iroiu tl.t: fjll win tahh: of iui
jrt of ditt'in into KnIaii-1, iinJioutiii th-
Mimr-s f tl.t; mij j ly :
jt iii .........
y i-t llfiiir.. . . . . .
Ail oil.-r 'l.k . . .
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'J'. '.'!'. .i-
1m'm Ffcaae-w ta( II Ital
ttv- Ii. m. I .lr. Ii. in
Laat Wli-r.. 1 t M. I .r-t ivuartrr.. 17 i -1 M.
ew Moon.... V l A. I Full lnn. . . 7 4 A.
l-.t -i'lart. r Si. llh. i;r:i. A.
M TKST II ITKS, rrrrhr.1 til lti OtlJrr.
To-il t; .."i7o .1 :.:.:. l .'.".
Th-; cotton CT" of Aiii'-ri.a for 1-Cl',
atji'iuiitil to -l,o7i.77'l ha!, of which Kn
lan 1 t-ik inore tlian on..- h.iif. or ti.oJ.Ci.'U
hah-M. What the JTiHliioti.,11 of th-,- (tlnr
coiintri'-s Iiam-1 war1 for 1 , i.i not ytt
known, hut th'T" lia lit n a lari iiicT-;i-throu.'h.jot
th; v..rlii. The v ilit of a bale
of ctittoi- varies ill tlilT-.Tfiit niitrii--', uinl it
mav lnt !h; ami.-. le-re to i:it- the avera-r-:
o frtv-i-- April 7 j l n.l.ii. -a-T) Mr. 17
w YnraVpapt-r-o... April I - tclr-rai.tuc. . . Mar. Jtl , , i , , i ... , . . . , , . , i
- - b kK7apl.: Apnl li II .,.,'kom: Mar - fc'"--r'- Wf'htd as at J.rrtUit kl.oll
Tahiti. I pyliiy. .. S. W Mar. 'JJ IU1
Fob S Ftit u i i -r Mary IUIn.
Fi a Lanaisa prr M..int:. liDiorrow.
port or HOirOX.TJZ.TJ. II. I.
. K KIV.l
May 17 4m .hip I'-onmm. llr-iu'.-ici:. il i)aj from M"!l-uriit-,
en pmiIi- for ran r ram": o.
17 Haw scb IIiol;h, lluh,fruio .Mi K'an'i anI l'hn.-iiix
17- rvh K'kauloobi. Marchant. from Kailua. K-al.ik kua
aruj Kao. with "Mi ImaIs pulu. - bak-t ail l- lair
ftinxu-i. hl-, 7 iciMtt kiad, -k-O oroanut4t
.:jjt .rraiiirrKs '1 119 bttf, 1 Irr iotk, i brl lanl.
li rn.br Iralhrr. i Imi; Coji-e, 1 kf) butter. 11
tnrkt-y. - hor. -micar-eane, biuiaiia.-t. i:ir. Pan-rn--ra
Henry Clark. W m JohiDKi, Wm Hall,
one other, ant 40 ti.mti-i on d-ck.
1 Steamer Ktiaaea. IStrrrill. frura witwlwarl I'urtt, with
pkg tuolaiowrt. fj mat. sutar. ii l,i.li-, 171
pk j nwlte, 4 bullock.t, .SO slin-p, aji-l a b.t of other
19 Soh Kaluna. Ilimry. from Waimea. Koloa an-1 Na
wihwiii. with li ci-ril-t euul, a bait lur.-m, and a
lot of native frriitht.
1 S- h Ol'l Fi-llow, raii'liige.frnm Ilanalei, with 2i k.'ic
and 301 mat.' .tiar. M brl iuola5.es, 5 bat't fun
go. 4 eortl. wn..l, tl piirs. hidt-.. etx. ra-n T4
Mr Wilcox. Jacob 31arkle, one other, and 10
natives on J-xk.
13 Sich Miiiaahine. Kuhenna. from Nawiliwili, with 114
kt-ir and 171 max uir ir, li bir funim. loludt-,
2 bfio tallow. 3 hon..-s. 1 male, 11 pig a cabin
and 75 derk paentrr.
S3 Scb Karooi. ,WetI.rrby, from Kahului ami Labaina,
with 3i bill hay, luO baini ttotir. 'JO brl molatr,
3 bore, U kp ml-e. I'aieairerf 11 Holies,
O T Matthews, MrTbocnpson, ami 14 Datives no
23 Sch Moikeike from Kahului, with produce.
May 14 Sch Moikeike. Shepherd, for Lahaina and Kahului.
14 Sch Henry, Riviere, for Lahaina, Kaupo, liana and
14 Srh Warwick. John Bufi, fur Lahaina and Mnlokai
30 Am hark Yankee, Coniuiudore 1'aty, fur an Fran
cisco. 20 Sch Utld Fallow, Candaee. for Kauai.
21 Steamer Kilanea. ICemil, for winilwanl l'orts.
11 Pi-h Moiwahine, Kuheana. for Nawiliwili and Koloa.
21 sch Jt-annette, Kalama. fur Maliko, Fast Maui.
21 Sch M ilokai. Kimo, for Lahaina, liana, an-t other
21 Sch Krkanltxilii. Marrhant, for Lahaina Kona & Knu.
11 Am ship Iconium. lleostace, fix San Francisco.
XjT Ameritatn ship Itanium, Ileu-itace, rei-rt Ieft Mel
brmrne on the 27th March. II ail motlerale breezes and j-leasant
weather all the passaf-. Si(.l.tl and iasetl Tahiti on the 24th
of April. Sighted Hawaii on the IjCh instant, anil arrived at
Honolulu on the moriiir of the 17th. after a pleasant and of
s V't) it passage of 51 days all well. Reports the British bark
Sea Nymph as having sailed 12 days before the lemiiuiu, and
wookl probably tunt-h here on tier way to San Franriro.
XT Schooner Lihnliko, Rush, rerirts Left McKean'i Ilanl
on the ITth April, arel arrivnl at Ph.rnix Islan.1 no the I'Jth ;
cruised fnm tlirre until the 24th. when we airaia bxn-heil at
the tatter place. Next taile.1 for Ilnnolultt, and hail lifrlit winds
all the way. Sighted Palmy raa Island on the 4th May, Oaha
a the 10th, and came to anchor on the 17th. K- p-irts the bark
Z om having saile.1 from McKeau't Island on the 14th April,
bound to the Arctic.
of th ; l lot.-.l S-.atc. . .
III.-. Ill lie. . . . . .
- Weft lu ll, a
. . . . oi7
f the rn i!'t H!:-1 1 .tet ;i..-ri'l;r.-l i f Mir
The Afri ; .ii c tt- n, weuf t -i 1 I'.v ur mtn-ufaetur.-r-.
is w hen pr. jeriy clt- u. 1 ar.-l riiir.el.
; t .'i t! t.i the -t i f S- i I-liTiJ : it a 1' r.g et
pie ari l wia.iy suhsfince, which Inikes it cniinelitiy
J.--i r il !e f r in in u! icturc.
W- Cannot s;iy l..iv mneii laii-1 in this r.'i'ji
e'luhl be tlev.t.-tl to eottoii j;rowiii. but eer
tainlv. inanv thur-aiiii of ;uTe are now ivifii
' wa.-te. which t-..iM jrolitably b" ,Jeot-tl to it.
15y our Awtraliaii .a r. w notice that reat
ifi'Inct-iiit-nt are h.-hl out on the 'art of the
i jverrniii-nt t en .ri- its growth, ainl a
bum of till jer bale i- 0iTer..-.l f .r .-ill that taay
le- rai--.l during l-ol. This c-rtainly i- a
lif.t ral nfoiira:X'-mfi,t, an.l must i-nlt in nuiu
: fair c.jieri:iieiiti It-iii liia'h- tht-ri- with it.
: Xuw wii.it we want here is sine Midi eii.-our-u.-im-nt
to tiInlllate our faniier.t. 1-t the
: iovt-rnni -lit oflVr a liotius of 10 or ni-Te fr
cu rv bale of four hunan-d ji-nnuis of m.-r.-haiita-Mf
cotton, which may 1 rrr,,wn all, ,l,.li..re.l
. r'-a'ly f.r r-hijin.-iit lurin thf ii'Xt year. This
I WouM but a small imluceiat-iit for rnwers to
make tht; atti-mj-t, but w.iuM Mill entoiir.ii'
tht-m, ari'l be Mitlicit-nt to injure tht-iti against
. l.j.s in tlie t'Xs-riiiit-nt. Tiiere can l- no iiarin
in making the oiler, while muc'i j'icl luiht
it Milt. If no cotton slioiihl In; j roJutvd, no
i bonus will be call (1 fir ; but if filly bah s should
I Im; grown, it would be enough j ru'ahly to show
that the article coflid be raised, ami rtsult in
deiii'in-trating that this most t'roli'.ahle staj le
1. It Li
I '.recti- rs it Tru?:t
' rr.r.ir, v. it. if
an 1 the 1'. rooters to tr::r,'. r ctm;
th' tight l ost by the ("oiup iiiy.
It is J-re-t.ssl to t-rect a mill c ip.abie t f lliatiU
f.ic:ur:nz three t-t.s . f sutr tvr dictu, cf tea hours,
witn litest improvements and stt-ain pi.wer.
C. 1: is fn po-el to grind cane en .-ii irts, it pur
chase it, :a tuny he agreed uj..fi by l'irectofs ut. 1
I'i inters, ,-iinl upi n such terms as u;:iy bo jii i!iy
alvar.taet.us to buth j-irTies
; -i a.-o, r 1:1.4 to me t-est i:jt-irti.at:..n we are ui.ie
! I i ht.iiu, we uriy expect t h-ive three ', tiadiv-1 :ou
j of Ciiie rni't 1 at bih i.i.t :l,:iu ally, h'.c'a We c.a-
Si Jer ii k w e.-timute.
o. The -hares ef s'eok have l et n phiee i !i- kw as
tv. i.ry J rs, to tnal ie tiuties who arc sina'.l !-;nd
cwaers to ! eCLU.e dlrect'.y intert-tcl in li e mill, nod
we have alreiiv lti eivt l sul.-cripti. :;s fr ui tiit-ra to
the amount of seel :il huti Ired dnilars.
re! una i f.-etti Ihw;i i :i
tot!! er, which arrived
and somewhat later th i-i iiu:il.
was iu waiting, and aco. m-
! jianiel with her nie.e. siie repi.ro 1 t li se! .ink, and
! w.ii reaiain the Mot if Mr. U'yl'.ie. twithst.tnd-
' in the fit .t ie ..f the i.revii us t.i
i led servict
'The Queen's c-irri.tj:
l and her niece
i he ird an ex'eiieijt stria n Iv ilev. V.. Corwi:
xoti:s or Tin: wi:i:k.
There can It..- no tjuistioii that an iinjictusj
will this year v given to the cultivation of
cotton in otht-r coii'.trit-s than the American
Union. hat clforts are bting luade towartls
thi object, mid what countries are ad.i t-d ttj
the j riniuction of cotton, will lo seen from
tin; following, which we extract froin an ex
change, but which wasj originally jtilili-h.-d
in :t rejiort l.-fore the iSritish (.'otton-suj.jdy
Through the influence of the britih Coiituls, the
cultnatioii tf cotton iu Turkey h is been c niineuced
under great promise.
The Home Minister in Greece hai iiitriduced it
into many departments; and in (tie Island or Cyprus
uu estate of bo.lHlU acres lias lieeu ilevole-l to it.
rr.oiK--i.it lii.-nu.L. It is siihiu th at ur e. ni
riiuniiy in- been I ivori-d witli entertainteents nii.i t
satisfactory both amusing and instructive than
those given ly l'ruf. Uu-liei!, tluring his sio.rt stay
in 1 1 .ii. 1 n , vvhiieta Lis way from Australia to San
V ruiicist'o. The snip L uuiui.i, in which he was a
I ji'i-.-t-nger, lemained in fort but four tT Uve uays.
aih.wing him to give only time exhibition, which
! consisted of experiments with li'.ectrieity and M ig
j nt-t.-m suljccts ct-uccrninj which there ate tiioie
ignorance ana crciuli.'y tfi iti t u any oilier science.
The lecture embraced a familiar explanation t f the
various :ipplie:ttioiis of elect ridty to science, of the
the ry of spirit rnj p'n g, explaining the cause and
mode i f producing them, and linaiiy illustrating tlie
science of electro.bioh gy, or mesmerism, as it is more
popularly known. Alter witnessing the experiments
of l'rof. liu-lieil, we are c .n-trained to say that they
are really wonderful, that is, that the power which
Call It; cultivated hep' t advantagf and J.rofJr, lone wiil can exercise over another iu the mesmeric
w hich may one day hi coim a ltrg- article of j state is almost incredible; and so aptly does the lec
exjort. Now is the time to act. while tlie whole ! turer explain the why and wherefore of each experi
world is agitate-1 with the subject, and Kngland I taent, that one cannot listen to it without becoming
i-calling loudly for . K'oi t.i to be made. Strike j wiser than he was before. After the litst j.eriorm
whilethe iron is hot." is the old roVerb, and 1 " Saturday night, there was much doubt re-
one which we may tdvlitubly follow. ! "!'S "f P r his subjects,
....tnl.... ii ,,..t..l....t tl...t I-...,,.. .... I moM'f whom -vere strangers here, and the audience
SJ nithc-rn Stat-s are the jrincijuil cotton jn-
ducers, therefore it is of no use for other jmr
ti i'is of the world to couijiete with them. Hut
other countries are ijuitc as well adapted to it,
uiiti, moreover, can furnish l.ibir at half the
cost. Why, then, cannot they produce tot ton
1-JieajH.T? There is no reason to jTevent it.
"Cotton is King," but In; inav not always
Cotton seed has been distributed among the farmers make his head-ip-iarters at Mobile or Soivannah,
of the fertile Talley of the Meander, ia Asia Minor, nor the Southern Confederacy alwnvs control
went away mostly believing there was some ' hum
I ujsing," some complicity between the subject and
I! the lecturer.
On the second evening, three kanakas and several
well known foreign residents were experimented ou
with the most a-toiiis'iing results. One of the kana
kas, in parti.vl ir, endeavored with all his might, to
thwart the Professor's mesmeric power over him, and
though in s'.me instances he succeeded iu defeating
him, yet tlie lecturer finally brought the native
under his control, nlthougii he labored under the
ht's toyage, she
at the Ueihel. and
j p.-sicz that she wujU leave in the T.i .. . o, Mr.
Wyibe had planned a private dinner party for San
j J iv aftcrno. n, to enai-le her la iy-hin to meet their
( Majesties, I'rince L t. the l'rince-s Victori i, and
: Gov. Ktku a:, ii a l-t-fore her depatture. All were
i present, as we learn, ti a pi:t g tae ti.vverner at.d
; 1'rinciss. Taiuklug her stay here 'o i l I n n rather
j h. rt, and wis.hit to visit Kau.ai, she Cotic'.u led to
del iv tier d-.-p irtu : e till tiie sailing of the ('.'n,
I and wi.i ieive o r liti-t'.ei in the schooner I:.'
i-'i.'.'i in t week. i hi Mot. 1 iv La Iv Frankliu
callc 1 en tlicir M .ije.-ties. :it the l'ahice, and it
being the Young Prince's firth-day, she took the
ocCiisii'U to present hi:u witii an appropriate silver
g. bit:, f.r which His llighiuss thankel her. saying
in g H-d Ktsgli-h, "I thank you. La ly Franklin." On
Tuesday, the tjaeeii an 1 Lady F. drove out to l'uu.a
hou, ar. l visited the O.ibu t'oi'.ege, and on their
return visited the Oaliu Free School, under M'.
Ingraii im's charge. S'ae has alsi v is:tevl most i f our
other schools and public buildings, and allows no
occ.tsu u to pass to gain ail the information she cats
about the people and their customs.
l'uring her tour on Hawaii, he took occasion
13 visit every spot of interest, and expresses herself
highly pleased with the trip, everywhere receiving
the kinder icceptivti from both natives and foreigL
ers. At Ka twah a, she visited the scene of Cook's
unfortunate death, and has signified a desiie to a.d
in the erection if a monument at Kea'.akeakua Uay,
to the memory of the gallant captain. In passing,
wo cannot help suggesting tint if her ladyship, ou
her return to I'ngland, should exert herself iu behalf
of this truly noble project, it would be crowned with
success. What noble hearted Fnglishman, who has
ever rea l of the discoveries of ('.apt. Cook, would not
fee! proud to enlist his name and his means, if ap
plied to by tine who has made a pilgrimage to the
spot where he died, and who has read with her own
eyes the Copper tablet, the only memento that now
tells the passing stranger where the gallant hero fell.
IMiringthe few hours that the steamer remained
at Lahaina, on the pasyago down from Hawaii, Mr.
liartow drove her ladyship in a carriage through the
. m Mllll
whether sen. iv steam ?r or o. i. .,,,- will be a brat, new ine
t to the dead I mat iue
rusa OU me ovea-ion.
st i ad
Nmv C. S. PosTAOK Lvw The last (r.gress pass
ed some amendments to the existing p- stage regula
tions. The prine:pal chances made are these :
1 -Packages , f ,.-, er a,iti t:,:lJo uial ,
; b'.e. when not over S ounces m wei;ni, io e v s.
j 1 cent an ounce, if sent under 1500 miles, or 2 cents
an ounce if over
''.-Letters tr. m any point east of the KoCaJ
! M. iintains to anv rn int west of tlctn, 10 cents each
i h i'f ounc
i 3. All a'.vert'sed letter to If
' Utter . r'i.-e. if ui. claimed for v mol.ths
three moiit!-.; a- formoriy.
4. change is made in the rat. s of postage on
! what are Toohnicallv called shin Liters that is. let-
j tors that come by eccasi .nal packets or vessels, and .
! not l y the regular mad lines. Heretofore, through ;
a lapse in the law. the stage on a single letter of;
; this kind, delivered within the port where the vessel
' arrived, w is .r . . while on a similar letter by j
j the same vessel, to be f. rwardeJ thousands of miles
j further through the mails, the postage was but 6ve i
1 cents. The rate is now to be hv t .v.i's when deliver-
e l at the )., : , urrii-,'1, and the ordinary postage, j
(3 or 10 cents.) with two cents sea postage added, '
when the letter is to be forwarded. I'. S. postage oil ,
letters livm Honolulu to the Atlantic States, remains '
the same as at present, 12 cents. - cents being the ;
sea postage, and 10 cents the inland postage.
.". Newspaper publishers and news dealers have
increased facilities given to them under the new law.
thev being allowed to take the benefit of the reJurt-ti j
,;u.'iitr! rati s on newspapers, the same as regular I
subscribers, by prepaying their postage quarterly iu j
C. The law enlarges the scope of mailable matter,
to be paid for according to the weight of the package,
bv inelu line mans, enaraviiies, lithographs or pho
tographic prints on rollers, or paper covers, books, j
t'ouml or UUl'oUlHI, pnotegrapnic pajicr, jiaetvs oi
cards and envelopes; all of which are to be rated at j
one cent an ounce tor any place within the I'nited 1
States not over l.oOO miles, or two cents per ounce
over 1 ,G00 miles, prepaid. Packages not to exceed
four !; .i's.
7. The act empowers the Postmaster-General to
procure and furnish letter sheets with postage stamps
impressed thereon, combining in one both a sheer,
and an envelope.
The effect of the law will be to increase largely the
facilities for sending seeds, parcels of articles specified
in N'o. Ct, and packages of papers and books; in short,
to enable the post otlice to serve more as a govern
mental express conveyance, which will tend to in
crease the revenue.
w.v II. xi. at thk 15i:i.utws Mr. John II.
Cole has taken the premises formerly occupied by
A. P. Kverett. and will in future Conduct the auc
tion business at the . Id stand. From the long ex
perience Mr. C has had in business here, and his
thorough acquaintance with the ways and whims .,f
the public, we doubt not he will prove to be the
rinht man in the right place. To-day there will be
nn opening sale, and considering the unique variety
of odds and ends that will be offered, and the fact
loll't S IV
r ' mta-inate a rusa en i
i that there will be a lunch, but shouldn't be sur-
prired if something of the kind happened.
Pu-Ki-.n. Whil? the prisoners were engaged in dig
ging a trench for the water pipe- in Queen Mrr.t
yesterday mornimr. one of the laborers ear.les-'y
struck a sharp pick into the lower extremity of the
back of another who was digging just in front of him,
inflicting a severe wound, which may result in the
death of the injured mau. w ho is a native.
r-f The annual sermon bef. ro the Hawaiian Mis
sionary Society will be preached on Sabbath evening
at the Fort street Church, by Kev. J. F. Pi cue.
GkKVT IvtPROVFMK.NT IX MtKINii Si : A It O-
rinion .YaliomiU. of Paris, under heading, " A
Revolution iu the Manufacture of Sugar," announ
ces a discover bv V. Rousseau, which, it says, will
M-f ih.m double the yieMfrum ,i zui i i;u,i,.hty of
,.,.. The process is exceedingly simpie. and the
editor avs that he has repeated it witn Complete
soccer in the laboratory, and sees no reason why it
should not succeed as well on a large scale.
It is known that saccharine juice obtained from
pi ants, alters rapidly in the air, because it contains
albuminous matters which becomes brown or black
bv the action of oxvgen. M. Rousseau removes the
albuminous matters by heating the juice with about
three one-thousands of its weight of crude pulver
ized plaster. A soon as the liquid arrives at Idl
ing heat, a thick scum forms on the surface, and by
decantation, a perfectly clear liquid is obtained.
This liquid left in the air would l-ecome as black as
ink; but bv mixing with it 7 to 8 per cent, of its
weight of hydratcd proxyd of iron, all the alterable
organic matters are removed in a few seconds, h
will then remain for an indefinite time without color,
audit is only necessary to boil it down to obtain
cryst.tlized sugar. Sca nt ift- .liner ican.
?f The annual meeting of the Hawaiian Evan
gelical Association commenced last week, tlie ses
sions being held at the School house at Kawaiahao.
town, and up to Laii.iinaluna Seminary, where she lh toilowing clergymen and laymen were present :
Hr.in.t nn bonre v-iniinu.if the oremises nnd ol.serviror .1.1 oiill, or liilo. l.ev. V . . Mupman. .11 Kali.
the conveniences that were provided for the stu lents.
In her visits and voyaging, she certainly exhibits an
energy that seems never to tire. Hut this is a pecu
liarity for which her countrywomen are noted.
1'. It. l.yinan, lo. Kev. I.. Lyons, of Waimea.
Ut v. W. P. Alexander, Wailuku, J Key. J. V. P.viu'o'f l-ihaiua
1U.-V. 1). llalilwiii. of Lahaina.
Kev. S. S. Hi-bop, do.
From Mnl. kai. Kev. A. O. Forbes.
with full instructions for pla-ating and githering the thu cinilIlt.rce of Kngland and America. The ! disadvantage of not being able to converse with his
Of Egypt, the committee n pr.rt that they expect to revolution now in i rt.gr ess in the South, may
increase the growth, frotu lOO.UOt I bales lo the large yet result in clr-cking the increase, and j-r-
A Lon; Prij.orrSoLxnixus. Last Thursday af
ternoon, a clipper ship was signaled about five o'clock.
Happening to be at the telegraph station, we rode
down to Wai.ilae, Pilot lSabcnck's station, about six
I miles from port, and were just iu time to take a seat
j in his boat, which immediately pushed off, the Cap
I tain himself at the tiller. The boat was manned by
five stout oarsmen, but even with these, night closed
Kev. P .1. tlulick. of Honolulu.
Ilev. '. T. Mills, of I'unaliou.
Ker. M. Kua. a, of Haula.
Mr. S. N. Castle.
Mr. A. S. 1'iKike.
K..V. A. lli-h..p, of Honolulu.
Kev. K. W. I'lark. d..
Kev-. L. Smith. .in.
Kev. K. C.rwin, .lo.
Kev. .1. S. Kinersiii), .lo.
Hev. li. V. I'arktr, of Kaiieohe,
Kev. Y.. Johns of H.inalei. Mr. AWilc.x of Waiole.
Fu..M Msitvit'i-sA.s. II 'v. J. V.ii -knell.
Fkom MiokoNesia. Kev. L. H. liuliek.
Imps reducing tl . suj jily, of cotton exported
from thence. J hat such has be:
figure of 1, ),'.
In Tunis, the Bey is using jreat exertions with his
subject, to cultivate the "great staple."
Iu Western Africa, at Sierra Leouc and Sherbro, of revolutions iu other parts of the World, facts
cotton gins have been introduced an.l a prolitable wiU corrolK.rate. The course of trade once de
trade in the native cotton commenced. In Liberia . , , . . , , . -c
and along the Gold Coast every exertion is being j ranged by mt. rnal disruptions an.l strifes, it is
made with eveiy prospict of success. At Accra and no easy thing to re-store it. And the present
Cape Coast Castle are Agricultural Societies which , tro-Aidcs at the Suitli may so increastj the pro- j
uiske tuuuu vuioiic men ruo-iii. . irreiii ilil iu- i i- i f .1 i i
, i .i i- ' . . - .... unction of cotton in other quarters of the globe,
tity of cotton is raised in the adjacent countries. Ihe . 1 '
Accra Agricultural Society have engaged with a Lin- j as materially to reduce, and in sotne measure
colusbire firm to purchase this cut too, which they ( destroy, the prosperity of those .States. On this
buy in the seed at less than a cent a pound. This :.,,:,;, of changiHI 'n tiv 0ium. oi tnid(. we
cotton, cleaned, is worth in Liverpool 11 cents a 1 r ? . ...
pound. From the interior, au agent of the Associa- find some remarks in the .cw iork lnHtne,
tion reports that a large export trade will soon he with which we will close this article:
realized, and that he found 7U,0l0 people busy in its ... 1 o. i
- ; 1 "Previous to the revolution in St. IWioncn, that
growing, spinning and weaving. Ihe prospect is, . . , . . , ,uw. , , .
fu. .k - ... Jt.:.u I .i i . 'island exported i7,00,000 pounds of entice per an-
-,, . ,i.i'i. i ....i ,- :, I num. l-.urone was almost wholly ttepetide
uoll'Jll tiiai w t oiii r.-i Olllll..., ..in, IUI11IBU IS
an i tame ins wiiit.t nurses, man uia t rot, liusiieii fr t--- i page, num uk j ui ym siun,
bring the kanaka boy under his influence, opposed UP ,lie "'''I'.' btl"ff the Captain's motto, on we j Cy, contributed evidently by
from beginning to end, as he was, by the most deter- j Pu!leJ ,h,uugU the grey twilight into the still darker j ..abject, and which might, n.
i-petident on that
subject. Never did Karey more successfully conquer
and tame his wild.-t horses, than did Prof. Pushell
mined stubUirnness that the bov could exercise. On BelJ De,oie U3' w""e ,t,e '"0""- 11:111 ''
this occasion, (the second nicht.) the house was filled I 1,cr 1!Sht 4,ver our ctMTnl cruise, hid herself be-
with a crowd of unbelievers in mesmerism, but at the hind a raisty bank "f clou ,s. effectually shutting out
close of the lecture, probably there was not one mi-convtrtc-d
man in the uudieuce so convincing were
the experiments made in Eleetro-Rlolcgy.
Tl e Ic'iiiinm cleared to sail on the Hist, but at
the special taque-tofthe King, her sailing was de
layed lill the "Jd, to allow their Majesties to witness
the exhibition. On Tuesday evening Prof. Bushell
was honored with the presence of the King and
tjueen, together with Lady Franklin and her niece,
and the hoti-e was crowded to overflowing, with ladies
and gentlemen. On this, as on the two previous
evenings, the most amusing and singular experi-
Abolt 1'il'U.MACV. We reprint on our fourth
in with the clipper still ' hull down." " Never give j page, from the J'ulyncsian, an article on Kiplonia-
some one posted on the
not inappropriately, have
been inserted under the head of " 15y authority."
It contains some good points, and others which
might better have been omitted. Still we give the
whole as it was printed. The first two articles over
the same signature were very deGcient, both in style
. . -T'eWM4$Re-VtVP,-t'-3 1
Vtsr'.LH IX 11 HIT MAY 23.
Am bark Ti-i.-te, Sewall.
Rntish bark KattOeeu, Wilkinson.
Haw. bnjr Ury LUen. lVnnett.
Haw. seh Lih.'lilk. Hush.
Haw wh bark llanix.ny .
Am briit Arale.
VrwU Kxpertetl frssn Krriia lsrl.
Am clipper atop R.tp.1. M iller. sx to sail tr.n San Fraix-i.-o
May Id, to tiuch at Honolulu en rmte U China .lue May
Am bark f'.ioiet. Smith, w.xil.l leave San Francisco al ut My
14 .lue y 2s to
IT. 9. steanvr Lane.a-o-r. Ku.1.1, 22 iruna. from Panama, about
May 'liiK unt'rtntn.
Am clipper h.p Aa-ervon, ti irdner, snuM leave San Francisco
ab.Mit May 2uth. under ch.irt. r to bu.1 guano at Maker's
Am bark D. M. Hall, from Pilt-et Siund, with lumber, is daily
Am clipper al.ip Ko-lu.-a. Bunlett. was a.lvertise.1 at l!:on f..r
Il.moliitii. and Would sol probably about May lt.
Am bnitt. Jo, phine. stone. frn ll.iker. Ialan.1. -.am.
Ais. bwrkentine Jenny F-.nl. Vl.aive. from lugrt Siuml, with
lumber .lue alwait the riel iA Mav.
n.n. nHaLiim . n...;.... ii,...;.. u'.i r.i ,.,i nine spot ior u eoiisoninv ii.eie:isiuS voiisuiiiput.n, ineiit. in IllectrfIJioii rv were reneated. and the snli- I
MIhC UUOllllllIt a ft. V JallAJIIiSt I '' v, I,IU OIH4 I - . n-1 1 - - 1 ' " "ml 4 , . - .
the Cameroone a glginning has been made by ; Jt -as it is on us f .r co ..n now. Ihe revolution of . y wd knmn resiI,nt tlie vxlwriutvMa jl'"" twas ot no use to try any longer to run o!l. or
distribution of seed and cotton gins. At Lagos, a i 1'.J" ''rly destn-yed the codec culture in fct J - satisfactory than on nrevious ooca- , hu , lClive :l -hl 1 u:ukr l"'w' Ue ,10Fe
hopeful trade has teu opened. Along the line Zt the i '"d transplantc-l n u.o her regions brazil J- ' w i . r , , , " ,! .1 the next lime he ,. asses Honolulu he will have a
. r ... ... , t i - i . i . .- . amoiiz the number. In l0rf, the whole lirazi tan Siotis, anil there was no i(.m lo doubt that w hat the ' 1
river .Niger it is proiosed to estabbsl, trading statn.r.s. : ?..i fKK) tr r l. i .u ,.. r ,..,.. . t i States' mail, auJ allow us to board him within
P...!. -Wivm- .....ts...v - - - --- a.ta. v .-V'A'l a. , 11X11(11.1 LI llllll'l I'M UKrUIVI 13-11. .I3 ItllilliVJ. X W KJ
ship and shore from the view. Taking a star for his
guide, our pilot held his course, till the boys sang
out, "Sail ho!" and we boarded the good ship and matter. The subject discussed is on of some
Iron mm, becalmed halt way across ttie channel be
tween O aim and Molokai, at 10 o'clock, P. M., dis
tant from the anchorage about twenty-five miles.
She proved to be from Australia, and not from San
Francisco, as we had hoped when she hove in sight.
To Captain Heiistacc, who kindly provided for our
inward wants, and furnished a berth for our accom
modation, we cordially return our thanks. We once
before chased his shin fifteen miles, under a spanking
breeze, and wouldn't then have brought him to, only
reported that immense quantities
bought for 6 cents clean, on the Niger, is worth 10
cents iu Liverpool.
Iu South Africa, the Government of Natal is stim
ulating the cotton culture. Numerous farmers there
are planting it, and as an illustration of their success
one of them reports that he has on hand 100,OU
In Eastern Africa, in the rich valley of the Shire,
an European colony is being established for raising
From the Feejee Islands the Committee have re
ceived the most wonderful specimens of cotton grow
ing wild there, and reproducing, for from ten to lif
teen years. The iinples are so valuable as t j range
from 13 to 4 cents per siun l; tlief say " that from
raiseJ 4.000.000 bales per annum
Australia has entt-rcU into the cultivation, an I will
to the United States alone was 117,0'N,O0U pounds.
: It is now so throughly domesticated in Brazil as to be
' the pivot on whicli the whole exchanges of the .-..uu-i
try turn. Commercial history is full of similar
I transmutations. U.oe is not mole indigenous to this
' country than coffee is to Brazil. In that country on
, ly a single tree was growing in 1771. The first rice
: w:o raised in South I '.-tri.liiia from weds Lr..iithr fro-n
'Madagascar, toward the close of the 17th century, j his will can be controlled. Once completely under
' It w:is soon discovered that the marshy ground of j his influence, the lecturer claims that a subject is
l that colony produced an article va-tly sup.-ti. r to ; whollv at his command, and nt thiior transpired to
any grown in in-iia. its cultivation extt-nuei so ran
i lly, that in 17-4 the cxfiort was 1J,HW tierces. 1 his
immediately displaced an t-o'ial uu antitv in foreign
maikets. In time its cultivation extended from one I papers regai ding the Professor's entertainments, and
colony to another, the who e British supply was j i nly wish his stav here culd have been long enough
ipportutiity to witness
i i . i. . ii lli ie.i;i lit. ii 1 1 v .mi r.v ii liiii. i.ei.iie.-.
dag ;scar see-Is, the rice culture has expand. -1 . J
into the collossal staple of thirteen Slave St ates. In ! i'noi l.-soit i.i siin.i. s I ..ntmitai.nmk.nt. It it were
the t.roduetioii was L'l.j. (.JIMIiHI Hounds of : not l.iai i tie ori i na i oecon.e g..nuaiiv aecu-iotiietl
of the subi.cts broucht forward to be (.nerati'd on.
I refused to vivid to the mesmeric influence of the I Nkw Flo1 k M'" '"'i establishment recently
I lecturer, which, if it de.nonslrated anything, showed i'recU'1 thc ' --Ir- bewers, has just been
j that without full acquiescence, no person cat, be ! completed, and on Tuesday and Wednesday was set
t operated on. or in other words, the subiect must be ! at l,rk rmding corn. The design of the mill was
! willing to come under the mesmetic influence before
I controvert that position, but everything sustained i'.
' V.'e cop' an extract from one of the Hobart Town
importance, and the letter of Pumaikai cannot but
I help to give more correct ideas on it than have ex
isted. The publication now of the rules of diplo
I macy which should be established here, would not
' be amiss.
May I'Oth. The anniversary of the birth of the
Prince of Hawaii occurred on Monday. No special
amusement or parade occurred, and the day was
given by the natives mostly to feasting, horse riding
and getting drunk. We noticed an unusual amount
j of drunkenness on that day, and argue therefrom
J that plenty of liquor was to be had, and the laws
I violated with impunity. Better have no holidays
j than that they serve solely to confirm the natives iu
' this vice.
The li nAv sailed at 12 M. on Monday,
taking the mails, a full freight and a largo list of
passengers. In giving last week the list of pio
neers " outward bound, the date of Mr. Oilman's
arrival was misstated. He arrived here in 1811, in
the ship (iloui faier just twenty years since. Most
of those who left iu the I'u.iA'ce, are exscctinir to
I fi'tlll-Tl nif l II tA tliliku loInii.L' ltrKiatts v.r.L. ...- nn
AVIII Ion I lonol ulu Jor
II I T0
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
On MONDAY NEXT, MAY Tiih,
At luilf-pnat I la I. preciela
ON" Tl'KSDAV, Jl'XE lilt, for liO.N A.
OX TIIIUSIFA V, JI'XK 13ih. for KAI'AI.
J ANION, UREKN - C...
llonolulo. May 23, lljrll. 2fil-It Apt-nta H. S. N. Co.
, .titi i o r colony io iinoiiier. int- wnoe i.iiusu Miipruy was ( HIV Wlsli Ills Slav nere CoU 1 li
other part of the world h'Wi such a collection of , , " , , - , . ,. ' 3 , . "'3 ...
, ' .- , - i i. - t i . i tlraw u from America and India was measurably dr:v- , ..... ..ii,... .. i ,,..,.,....,.,. ...
a lutted nu llities been received. It I calculated , ,. , . ., ,, , to litve allow e l en 13 one au 0
, ! i l .1 -i 1 -i.i en from the European markets. From the handful ... ,, . .
it frotu half th-i area of these islands might be , . 1 . 1. 1 1 his really instructive and seen
. 0 f Madagiscar seels, the rice culture has expand. 1 3
, , , a-.i . . e. . 1 . .le-ov, int: ioiiui;.iti.i as 1 o,---o.-- pouu-is 01 1 i----
s-x-n export freely, dimples of the nest quality have . South Carolina al.me produced 73 n-r cent.. to s-..,.e . t the marvels of Mesmeiic science, we do
1.11 0..10 I . . . '. . . e . ... 1 .. . ..1 1 1 .. .1. 1 i-
From Mn.riot tn mult f r Sax FtiviK.. j-r I.nniiim.
May 17 rTf. !luheil. Mr M tr-Yill. IrJm Hrown an l I.Miy,
Mrs CoopT and 2 rhiMn-n. Mr ami Mrs seyrootir. Capt l'..,
Mr I has W heutv-t.h. Mr Jour.lao, Mr Fvans. First cabin. 1J ;
teotMl do . 27 ; t'eenore, rl.
From M. ks' Itsb per I.ile bh.v. May 17 Mr A M
Uoildard. Capt took. Mr llaasard, and & native L.iUrers.
Per K U. Ai r... May 14 Frtm. .- Mrs Ir Ju-11. Miss Mary
Pitman, Capt Worth. Fr.au AtoruiA ir . Lady Franklin. Mis
Crmoroft. an.1 .errant. -k.ie-1 Itii.1 Kalakaiut. Ilev Mr Lyons.
From ('ln.uaii : Mrs J t Carter. From .oAmi j .- Mrs
WaterhovMR and 2 fmn, Capt M-ltero. Rrv Mr Baldwin, Rev J
t Pntrue.On Nahaoielua. J W k n;, Mi.-saiul Masu-r Purkius'.ii,
tvnd 14i rteek pas.enir.-rs.
For Wisdwaki Poet per K.liuea. May -1 Mr B-arfli
and JrhiHren. M:.es Anna an.1 M.try Pari-. l'ait C Nicholas
Spencer. Capt II J II H..l.1..w..rth. E II.. rTschlaen. r, and 2 or 3
others, io-l about ljO.b-ek iAs.-ni. rs.
Fraro Kri per Ka'.nna. Vay 19 Hon ti l R..bert..r.
Rev E Jiihnsm, M:ster U John-Hi. Mrs Ir Smith. Mi C
Sm.th. W II Kin;. Mi II M Ra-e, Mater W F: Howe I, Mia-es
C S. M C and M K K.we.
PORT Or LAHAINA.
The Committee sty, from "wondrous India" are
they receiving the i iost flattering report.-; and this
year il is estimated that her exports will reach a
in Briti-h G jiint thc cultivation h is also been un
dertaken with the most encurazing pro-peots.
Iu Jamaica, the British Cottou Conipany leport
Iu Havana. Cuba, great efforts are It-ing made,
and a new company has liccn est.ab.ishe 1, ealle I the
Anglo-Spanish Cotl.ui Company, with a Capital of
-.4tiis,i"M), for r ti.-ing c-jttoti.
It is evident from these facts. t. the intelligent
roiud. that King Cotton d'.es not sit so firmly c.11 that
throne, l?f..re which many bow an-1 worship, :is
many m iy imagine or tb--ite; and it is certain that
the diy is not distant when the iiianufac'urers of
Europe will draw their largest supply of C'-tton from
the sources 11.111.el. An 1 that the Ameticaii niaiiu
f.tctarer will also U: inipre-e-l with ihe lielief, (so
boor as his sympathies for tiie interests i f the Cotton
State shall Ik? refused and s- rert ,) as are the
Earofieau inanuf n-tiiri rs. that cheap ialx.r should
produce cheap Cotton, uiid that in no other part of
the Worll cm liU.r be found upon the right s. il and
in the right cbruite, to compete with Africa and the
East lubes, where more than 3o,' "-M.'H ate wait
ing employment. To those parts if the world will the
Northern Statrs soon be led to l.x.k, by the energies
and example of England, to supply their wants of
cotton; an-l asked to join with tne t-tiier
and the export that year was valued at rf--,",31 .id mi.
1 When St. Domingo revolted, that ishmd pro bleed
. large quantities of indigo, and competed with British
In-lit in supplying Eiiroe. But the revolution
stopped its culture ; India fed heir to the whole trade,
and retains it to this day. It was also superseded in
Brazil by coffee. The introduction of rice into South
Carolina, drove indigoout of that colony also, though
, the article there produced was known in Europe as
, superior to nil others, so much so, as to soil f r
double price. Here are three prime si apo-s of corn-
i not know what would be the public impression pro
: diice l by such an exhibition of the power ot a single
strong will over the emotions, the volition, and the
1 muscular aeti. n i t others, as that displayed by Pro-
' fe.-sor Bushtll, iu what mav certainlv be de-cribed
I as one of the most extraordinary exhibitions ever wit
j nesse-1 en -i since. '1 he first hour of hi- entertain
I incut Mr. Bu-hell devotes toan experimental ii.usMa
I tion of the principal phenomena of Voltaic electricity
shewing t.y means ot powerlul batteries 11s i.lu-
inade, and the machinery selected by Mr. Thomas
, Hunter, who also put up the old mill in lbo3. The
j building is much smaller than the old 01-e, and the
j arrangements move compact and labor-saving; iu fact
" "v . t....i o..i. o.,K , charms tQ e.niy relinouish.
: jit-rsoii will be required to tend the mill, liie slones,
; smiit-mii!, bi lls and ether machinery are mostly of j Z2f The failure of the steamer to visit Kauai week
, improved patterns, and work to a charm. The motive before l ist, according to the programme, was a sore
I power is steam, the same engine being used as is em- - disappointment to some fifteen or twenty foreigners
j ployed for the planing shop, which it is thought will .who had got ready to meet her. At Waimea, nine
' give all thc Hiwer require 1. There is only one run of foreigners and over forty natives were waiting her
stone, but it will grind all the wheat that will be arrival. The schooners, which were the only alter-
I grown at present, and produce all the flour required ; native left them to take, were four and five nights
J for this market. The Cost of the mill has been com- j each tn the passage up.
1 paratively small, and wul nut exceed t-o,OiM. Ihe
; cost of the old mill was upwards of ?? l.ODO, the
building alone having cost i-o.UUO. This shows what
cm be saved when economy is the main object iu
view. Tiie new clop of wheat is expected to come in
I nliout July 1st, when the miller, Mr. Hughsoti, prom
i iscs to furnish as handsome a quality of Hour as any
; initiating and fusing piwer, its magnetic and mag- ! ever impurted, not excepting the best Haxall.
merce. t-vt-rv one of which b is chanced the 1. lace of nctizing properties, and the ingenious method 111
il- produ.-lio.'i. sometimes impoverishing one country I which its eurreiils ate mad; use offer telegraphic
.by its loss, and em iching others by its abr.tioii. ; purposes. The most romatkable, pel haps, though
Wlnle sjie.aka.g of these ciitt ce-, we may inquire
what is to bt the fate of American sugar : In 1N17,
this country produced tio.OtlO.lM 11) pounds, but the
production n-.w must be near ". " .'.C HI. If rev..
tieii destroye 1 the vast coffee culture of llayti, what
lietter lu--k will it bung to suar iu Loiii-iana .' In
ISoS at.-l 1S.,., she received" s-'-J.ihsI.imh) f,.r l.tr
sugir crops. Hjw much of this would revolution
, leave ?"
lot hu in it Siinr font pit ii y.
We are glad t 1. ;im that tlie j r..spcet of this
enterprise are iiciiragiiig. and that tho-e int. r-
e.-t.-d in it arc detennim-d to i u-h it forward as neti
1 . . .
civilized rapidly as p . s-itile. . L olnluit too. c. 't.si-titig of
dudge Hutchinson, C. S. Hartovv and P. II.
Tr.-iidway, Inis been chosen t i issii.- a pr. ..-"-ettis,
s..li. it .subscriptions, and coinpl.-t.- the arrange
ments loci ss.iry j re punitory to org.iniatioii. A'e
have lereived a copy of the jTo-p.-'-tus, fri.tu
which w.- i.-arn that the capital is to be .l"i.l'0,
wit'.i privilege to iinrcase to "i.ooO. About
not the tno-t striking of the Professor's experiments
i was the ignition of the wick of a spirit lamp by the
'magnetic lie-it obtained from a very powetful coil
; battery. 'I he mo llis r.t ,di of the th ctric t le
; gtaph (the tlout.le dial indicator sv.-t.-m) was in
: geniou.-ly shown, an laveiy g.. .si idea ot the frau
i dulent aipiicatiou of science ti purp .ses of imposture,
conveyed by means of the electricil table and 1 ell,
whio'u c ive lesp. nses after the most approved method
; of spirit-rapping. But, tn.wjvcr interestiiig these
' ilbi-iralit n- i f physical scit tice were, they were
great y surpa-se I in that n-sj ect by tne surprising
exiobiii -u of the phenomena of tlectro-bi.i'oy, with
: which the entertainuieiit concluded. Few of the
: ordinary phenomena of mesuu rism, or animal in ag
in, are unt imi.iar to us ; but there is a spcei.i.ty
both of deilee an d t f kin I about Professor Busht il's
: experiments that fiirly toi-k us by surprise, whilst
the manipulations by whicli he establishes his ii:-
llucnee over his subject.- are so undemonstrative,
j and their " susceptibility " is so little anticipated
fro:-1 ai:y previous -ig:.s ly the spectator, that the
sullen transition fn in a state of curious but altuo.-t
: indifferent unb. la f to nb-olute a.-t-nishinoiit lssinju-
lai ly apparent all over til-house. These expt I iuu nts
; in tlectro-i.j. l-gy differ in t.ne important particular
from the t h -r toena of mesmerism. Throughout
May 17 Am wh bark M isarhnet:s, Oree- 7 months from
home, 20 p, 100 wh. 600 bocr
May ft Am wh ship Vineyard. Caswell, for the Arctic.
17 Am wh bark Massachusetts, Green, for the North.
CT Sehnooer Xettie Mrrrill passed Lahaina. May IS. at 7
A. il-, three nights out from Honolulu, bound to Ililo. J)id Dot
At HiVo, May 15, to the wife of D. II. HiU-hco.-k. Ko a n.
At Hito. May 16, b" the wife of S. L. Austin. F.sp, a son.
powers'" of the tarth, in the protection and employ
ment f free labor, and the suppression i t np.se in-slitutu-ns
antagonistic to the same.
CottoS ix Arntcv. A letter from I 'r Livinj-totic
to the Bishop of Oxford. date-I Senna. April 17. Inis
just been receive I and published. The l'octor states
that the region bathed by the lakes is pre-eminently
a cotton-producing out-. He warmly advocates the
- ten -.ion . f tht mi-.sii.narv movement in Africa. It
is a remarkable fact that the attention of Europe is tfU.0l.K has been ple,!.-d, and among the sb.ck-
now turning with great interest to the capabilities of holders we are pl.-a.-od to learn that His Maiostv
India and Africa to produce cotton for commerce. . j jwn f ,r ivh r,,,,.,,,.,: an;,
U ih tVi. nr. irros-s ..f eivili itii.n an 1 i.of. illation a " r-
demand will be made for fir more c.-ttou than is example to aid in this new and important agri- ; has even a full perception of its general absurdity
raised in the Siuthern part of North America, and cultural enterprise. It is thought that the mill, 1 But resistance is out of the question, l.y some mys
the laws of commerce will compel the supply to come -f well CoI,jllL.t,.j C;ln j.roduee ut least forty i terious power, exerted through mere contact with the
from where it is raise-! the cheapest. Phil mthrensts . .... . ' . palm of his hand, he is made to follow the I ro.e-s.r
. . . , .j .. -,i, , .... ,. . n .... . I . . . . ... . . , , , . ,
in. oi.-. ii... u. Miai- ...mi .-1 .-.i.n .iiei HII.I.I-S..S, at ins pleasure, and yield to turn absolutely ine con
whicli sum would be distributed among the eul- j trol over his limbs and even his sensations. Rigidity,
tivati.rs of cane and those n.r.-resr.id in the mano- ! heal or general; the most grotesque attitudes and
and cartives for slaves. Religion and trade, thc r , . , . . ,. , . , ... , ! actions, are commanded at will. A limb is lmmova-
world and the gospel, are thus helping one another fl"r; A lr.pt.on list is open, and will be lly f;,?tvneJ t , ,.:lg, ly ;l mcr(. W:4Ve f :i hand ;
ioiiioi in me naiitis 01 . c . i arKe, r,sq., ana luii K-ngtlis are measured on tne noor ; men are sei
The Pony I'm-i:is. This is the greatest public
accomuiod alii n, which has ever been set on foot in
America, .and in convenience stand next to the
I telegraph . Wells, Farjio iV Co. have become the
' agents in San Francisco, anl instead of 2,o" for a
i letter of one-fourth oz. weight, the charge will be .f'J
i for each half oiinre letter, till July 1st, when the
' I'liitt-d States Government lathers the enterprise,
; and half ounce letters w ill go thr..ugh lor oo .o-
; lue each. Iu ci.nsoquei.ee of the.-e changes, the
pony was b ci niin s so heavily loaded with letters,
I that it will probably takj t.nt pt.n-es to carry the
1 express, at least some times. The pony is to leave
San Francisco three times a wet-k, (every other
I day.) Several letters which have b.-i n sent from
: Honolulu by different packets, vveie delivered in
i . i
i Boston in an avenge of CI days. This was in the
i spring. Better time is made now, and probably
letters from Honolulu wiil be deliveitd regularly by
the p. ny express, inside of 3m days, which must
prove of great advantage to - ur b-.i-ines- men.
i A clipper ship pissed the port on Tuesday
evening, about sundown, under lull sail. From some
i cause shewas not telegraphed, and no commuuica-
' tion was had with her from the shore. Supposed to !
i have been from San Francisco. j
: The whale bark Wissirtueft$t seven months from
, home, via Lahaina, passed the port fifteen miles .lis-
! taut, ou Saturday last. She was insight all day,!
from the telegraph station.
"J? AUCTIOKT 2 i
nrUIH I'XDERSIC.NED C.'IVF.S NOTICE.
Jl that there is in the pasture tn-tonini; to the Srhool at
Ptinahoii, Srefit orsr.a, vihi.-h have emne in by treapusa, or
have been put in for pasturage without jiri.i-r infonnatioii pre
viously g reu to ihe jh.tsoii in churpe. The foUiming i. their
One chI A eolort-.l liorse. (red mnl white,) fore leira blnrk, bind
letrs whit;, Willi two mark? e.-u-h similar, on the riirht hind
quartor a diamond between two upncl.t bars, jl 0
fine whHe liorse. with small red sht1,., inurkeil PL, lit, N,
each mar!: below the other, on the riirht hand n-jnrler.
One iron grey KeUliiiR. marks. I JZi , ri'lit hind .-piant r.
One greyish a-hiu-lioi-se, with one rnnill in.listinrt mark on
left, lore shouhler.
line greyish white horse, marked AAA, 3 3
One chestnut colored In.) so, w:!h a white streak from furhead
to nose, marked on the ritiht hind quaiter, on fore l.oii! l.-r
A, and mie oth.-r indistinct mark; ulsu, tan iiidintinct charae
ters on the left hind quarter.
One wirrel mare, marked with a youni? colt.
Wlioever umy lie the owners of the nlx.ve ifescril-iil animals,
tliey are requested to prove the property and make settli nn nt
by the 31st day of May. Otherwise, th-- animals will l treated .
as eu-uy. W. CHAMHKRLA1N.
May, 2oih, 1-sCl. 201-2t
REST RETA II STORE IN TOW N. Ill"
ita kind. Tne store at the corner f Nuuaii.i and lim-en
Streets, and faeini; the harlwir. It is at n resent oeru-
pie.l by Mr. J. II. Plluijer. It is oil'.-red for rent, and imssess ion
trivcti on the first of June, 1SG1. Terms moderate and to suit
Enquire of Messrs. Nolte A: Kruer, at the Coffee Rooms,
next door aliove, in Nuuanu Street. i(K)-3l
1IR. M. R. IIARVEV WOl'U) INFORM
x" his friends, and the put-lie pent-rally, that he has again
established himself in the I'liintiuo iluaine-aut, at the
old stand on Kitiir street, next door to liulhn's Market.
Ilaviup sei-urol the vervices el the best meehaiiles ia his lir.e,
anil the only carriage paino-r and decorator, (Mr. Uevms.) now
in Honolulu, he U pr- p ir-l to ex.-rul-s all Work entrusted to
him, with ni-atness hml ili-pateh.
N'. H- Piirtieular attention paid to Carriage A'ork.
VtlTICI-: IS IIERERV BIVUX. THAT I V
i. at-.-.iril.mee with the j-r. vir ions of Hit- Charter, the lir-t
l-lenn-al inet-tinp of the sul.erii.ers to the lu.-ei.'s Hl.it:i! will
be held at the supreme Court llt-em. nt U.e Court llous. . in
lloi.-.'.iilu. ..ii Saturday, the l.M .l.y of June. lst;i.at ',1. k.
A M., f.-r tie-. 1-(aioii of fn,-tni-ie-si, f.pu.-j, ,,t., r .a.;.
nes as may lepally t-otne Is: fore the meetinp.
J- W. ACSTIX.
Honolulu Mav I.I, s,- 20i0-r.t SecreUirv.
Hy Order oi" ihv AsiiHfs !
T All EVrsons Ii.tci'cs.cd!
'5' S3 B Mi S A. ' ! !
j TInirMluy. .May 'i.i, nt lo o'clock, A. .11., j
1 Toe uu.!. -r-iirued will s.-!l at public auetioa, at his Sales K--,m 1
Ihe v.-ry ' j
i A'.'i i-i il :ml V:iluallo j
; i i jr.vi if . stock!
Kinjf rtre. t, t:onsi,ting
From Mr. .1. T. V at. i
in England are setting before the chiefs of the inte
rior of Africa the superior profits of r.t-.-mg c-tton
over and above the business of selling their subjects
Ksicrrr At Ijthaina Hospital, May 12. Pavi.l Km'irht. of
cooMunptH. He was a seaman, and r- loi.g.tl to New lndon.
From ArrrBAUA. By the leonium, we have re
ceived Melbourne papers to thc 22d of March, but
we find in them nothing worth extracting. The
:.l I r .1.1 V. . . 1 n a. alia o e eaw, u a. 1 f. . V tw.
T Idl v Jo .' a Mae. .... . . . -ii..-c - -n " " ,
first months of 1861, and the receipts were valued at 1
nearly 5,000,000 per month. The Chinese, of whom
there are large numbers, were causing much trouble
ia the mining localities, and it was becoming a seri
ous question how to deal with them. Emigration
was setting towards California and British Columbia,
aad several vessels bad sailed or were on the berth,
takinc principally passengers. One cause of this
exodus is said to be dissatisfaction with the colonial
in converting India and Africa into cotton-growmg
We call attention to this biihjeet of Cot
ton raising at this time, for the purpose of
stimulating efforts to cultivate it in these
islands. That it will grow here, is well known,
and that the finest quality of Sea I-Iand c-tton
can !h? produced, the tptciin ns now lying 1"
fore us, raised list year by Mr. V.. Bailey
.f Wailuku. sufficiently attest. Cotton of
this quality would readily sell in I'ngland for
j 3o cent per pound, but the common varieties.
which grow wild, are imt w..rth over ten to
fifteen cents. Why is it, then that th--cultivation
of it is not cngag.-l in? No agricultural
lalor which can lie introduced, is ltefter .-uited
to the habits of our islanders than th:t of cotton-picking,
and the fact that t .e plant will
EloesoLU and yield here, ill Soti.e localities, all
the year round, renders it uliarly adapted
to our Noiand climate. Tl great hindrance
would apperPi" t Is- a want d" capital to n
Peai'II Ks. Ju-t before he -ailed in the I'ifo.v,
("apt. Snow hand 1 us two beautiful ripe peaches
, tne subj.-cf remains in full possession of his eotisob-us- j rais.l in his garden in town, the last of about fifty
; li.-ss. 1 hi- is the case even when the limbs are re- : wh;cl, f,K. trr.,, ,N,re ,(,; Vl:ir. The tree is oi.lv fv
i iluced to a perfect state of catalepsy or rigidity. . .,'
,ei . i i i i e i . . . i . '!)'. Oil, but doing woo. 1 he fruit mtasutes ,t r n
Whatever he is made to do he is fuov alive to. anl i - ' fc
... . . , . . .
j ui'i a quurier tnencs iu cireuiiiit-rence, ati-i in ap
' pt-aratice and flavor i hardly inferior to the same
; fruit grown abroad. Siowiy but surely our residents
are succeeding in their experiments of introducing
' and ac-ii mating foreign fruits, and one of these days
; peaches may be as plenty in Honolulu as unv where
Sali Th-i. A correspondent of the Polynesian,
anv on- u-Uhifn. t.. -.hi in i bo ..ororr.ris.. rv. n do -on to d i the m.st irotes.,ue things muse
" - ttviip ...ui ..rt... .... 1..1. L.e..o iKo cc.ii-i f ii .ti of taste and
ii-i-T w.vi ..... i'iui ii. ii v -. . ... .... .. . -
ilar ac- 1 gives the following as the rules for saluting, as es
- r it.
. r w-.-ry v are :y of
1 1 a 1 1 he li a re.
. Lis-w a re and
N- K. sale postiive. Tern. at mi;.-
J. 11. ( oLK,
H..ri. I.i:.:, May 2"-. l-il. A ui-i-.-ner-r.
TO I.I'.T tilt LEASE
I TIIE HOUSE AMI STORE IN Ml-
s f dlj ;,"u vtr,,'t- lately ..., ipe-M l.y Jir. Mi.v th. Tli-t- i a
J ? si.O.le. .ut-h'.use. I atl.-le.ii-e. with a pl-asat.t panlen '
:u ""' ,,:'fit. every e..nv. i.:.-i;ce f.r a small f-sn.ilv. For I
j terj!'-. uppiy to 11. J. II IP ihlisW . ill Ml",
, 2".l-tf Atiorti.-y for Ir. Sn'.yrh. j
A FEW OM.V LEFT. WILLIAMS' .loul.lc
JL threo.. new patei.t .-.wiior M i.-;,;i,e.. .imp;.- j c-.n-true-lion.
..n.am-tital. l:.-ht ai.d ! vaiit. not to i'-t out ,.r ,...i..
everv fni.iU- .l...i;.l I i ..... t . ... . f . . . '
I'NDERSIKNED IIAVINf. REEN
uited Trustees of the F.-tale of JuIlN TIIOV14S
I-;, by a l--d of .--i.-iinii-i.t. . v.-1-ni...i i.v i..e. ..1.
the ti -hth day of May. A. 1. 1-01. and I : v. ste.l th.-rebv,
witli his entire Kslat--, r- al. n- rs.i:,..! an 1 n,:-,i.
J M.iTICK is h- r-l y sit-n to all ..-ht.,r loth- said F.-tate, and
j all persons havinir li, y p .rti.. n of the same in .... r-i..n, that
! they will I..- p-quirt-d f-.rllov.th to p;iv an.l a. unt f..r th- .,
to u? a Tru-t- -: an.) nil p-i,,ns h'.,i;,.... el:,,t., air:iin-t tl..
said Lsiat.-. are v -iii.-st-.i to prt-.-m the s.m- f.-ithanh f r :..-
ju-tni.-nt. that tl.. Tru-t- - mav I m.M.il a- a-i . arlv date to
distribute the pr.-ee.ls .f il,,. sail K-tat- .,-eo,,L. .(".es. v. ral
, 'r.sl,t-,rs, prorai... .VT.ir.lu.j t,. th- o rm- ..: the A 'M.m.-n;i
I a"d '" ca-e any t l .ims -h ill i...t !- pr . : . t . . ; , a.Iju-l. il I
j f.-re the First .lay of July. A. ii. l-ll. u ,,t u- re-sr.l. d i i
leriariiia a dividend of the said K-ta:.-.
W. I.. OUF.KN.
M. HA K1M.H,
Honolulu. May i.',, l-tli. 2'.o-tf
151 .liXl.'l. "IS
To Arrive by the Comet or Rapid.
I I F E A N D R E I.K; I o N O F T II E H I DO OS
-a I.i. -ut.-iiaiit Co-burn.
i. -i. eiu.- r. R ll.iii,:,.,,... ot I I,,. , e 11. .,,,..
ry, from A 1. T'J.) to
.i wi-.a one. r..r s o- f.v
C. HKKWKU k (.
f ll 1
so. i lie loiiowing is tiie prospectus ami explana
tory remarks :
Pllo-l-ECTt S OF THK LlllAlNA Sl'liAR COMPIXV. It
is proposed to f.-rtu an asssociation at Lahaina, Maui,
for the purpose of manufacturing sugar, said ass..cia
tioti to be callo 1 the Lahaina Sugar Company, with
a capital if FinrtN Tio-csimi l'oi.i vr.s, privil.-g.-d
to extend to Twenty Thousand, should it be neces
sary or deemed advi-tl le so to do, for any purpose
connected with the manufacture of sugar; the capi
ta! to be divided into shares of tu-rnty dollars e,fh,
and the liability . f each shareholder t . be limited to
the amount if their respective subscriptions. Five
per cent, of the amount subscribed i to be paid tu the
Treastiier of the Company, at the allotment of shares.
It is proposed to purchase sufficient I nd upon which
to erect all necessary buildings that maybe re.j'iired,
or receive the land as stock at a fair valuation, to be
he! i by the company in fee-.-in ple. A Committee
his been aproint? 1 t draft a charter to be -ubmit-od
f. r apt" -.. a meeting t- b. he' 1 n the rth .1
tablished bv tlie I". S. Government r
the faculty of memory are held under control by Mr.
: Busht-U's extraordinary influence over his patients
j of whatever k:nd it is. We do n .t pretend to fathom
I the secret, but recommend all the curious and cun-
nii.g to go and see for themselves. We pr.-uiise them
no small .amount of astonishment as they look on,
I and a win let- for them to talk about f-r a luoi.th lo
The Pr r
S:-ll at the IliU.fi. th
( I .-riain 0 ll.e h'-h--?
; C..!. .:,..! ot!i.-.-r-. ji
! 1 j -'u:i- ;
v ce corisj.s
:v-s a aii.i:-:- of Of-nty-,:.-:
y ir-1- marine 1, a:. 1 ai! th
: ?:yl- -f r-ri-i
1 to a -.il.in-
.ii-- . f ilij.'i- n.at.o r-pr --i.t c.v ar-.-:.
IT ftins : ti.voy. a.i noi r- pi.
iniin-i-rs r- si h.-i.t. 1.1 k i:.s ; ei.ar--,.
r-. 11 ; r i.-a.s s-- -i- rl. y ;
i.'-IU ri wj:
il. l f V-a-
Vf ., f-,r the i
a mkkiim; wm.i. kf: hklo in thu
m. -viii io. u-- a; i.aniuia. on ,nr rtriluu . thr s.
Junf . at 1U
f i.riraniziii? a lj.haini .,,..,
r- l an-1
T .-!.s ;
1at:knfs Ahkah. The gas m m lei-i eon about
' the town, positively notifying the public that there
; will be an eclipse of the gas works, to occur on Sun-
d iy evening next, from and after which day .-r night,
gas in iiela'.u is to be among the things that were.
Well, if it d. n't pay to manufacture the article, it's a
eetisolatii.il to know that there is aa abundance of
I oi! in the '. ice to prevent an Egyptian plague pre
vailing in Honolulu. Bat reaily, is there no way
that g is. !-.,;!, t can be sustained f We mean clear gas.
m t such smoky stuff as been aimed off as gas of
late, blacking up the ceiling of every house using
it. Gool clear g is will probably pay well, pi- r gas
I.eVi r W-1:
" The i.ext in ill fr jtn San Francisco will be
i due in all neat week if by the clipper ship Jtupid,
early in the week ; if by the C
bring two mails, about tiie "Jsth to
Pi'XAtioc Coi.i.ko.k. The annua! examination of
this iustitutii.il will take place ou Ttie.-lay an-1 H t-1-neslay.
May llth and - 'th.
rf We are indebted t - Capt. Houstace, of tlie
I- num, f.r late Melbourne date-.
The brig M
sail early Tie
w ..I t iko tae next
THIS IS TO CJIVE NOTICE. T II T 1
MK.-. 1I AKVKVS Pan,-:,... S, ,., Kjl,
this date, a: th- rv-rt.s ..f the H -,k an.l Ladd-r C.,m. ;
s, pany, on t'nli.n stre-t.oti TiM-ailn xm mh.i t."-:
Ir in lour lit six o loel..
lb tioiUlu. May il. l-t,l -Jbl-lt j
TJR13 KINDLING! I
FIRi:: .FIIIK!! KIJU'!!!;
.I1 iflli ?hr AMERICAN HARK !
G, Bentrick's patent Fire Kindler.
Jl-r.-e ot l.urop.., or l.uropvaii 11
.iins-rntn on iionev n-e.
The Haven ami the Home.
Wit ami K-aux of Ss i-ty.
Th'- .Shadow in the l!..ue"
Annual Sei-ntilii- Piscov- rv, lard
Mull. -r's Life ..f Tru-t.
Will He tin, I her?
Fr- rson's Cornlma of Life
T!. I'r.nt- r It.. v.
0 li-1 Thouphts".
How to write and rorre,po,l forre. tlv.
-tow to behave, a hook on Ktiquctt.-. "
I'hysi.ilo-y or Marr-ape.
Motley's .N. thi-rlan.l o v,,.
I'artoii's Life of Andrew Ja.-k.,n-:t vols
.racirirr'T ..T''; -r,,y of,,,.
Any o ,h., above c:la be se.-ud hyppli, ,,!(., b. -f.,re an,,:,!.
" II. M. W HirNF.V.
, i ! !-
-f- n-. l ,
Kin tliti Mat-riiil. For sale by
II U SKVKKAXCK.
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
EXPECTED BY TIIE "COMET."
LA T.MSsr s T 1 , K R 1 1 (- w A I.K I NH
I-atett styl- Peemet and Hat Kil.ls.ns
Gamd.-tt'- H",,, Sk'rtS' - -' H "
'""'"i,,"'"- Silver Thi'mbl
Mohair Mitts. w hin- Oirdle.
"'"'. Past.-I Paper.
F .r "ale I i