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THI RSI) AY, JULY 25. 11
T arrivil on Tueday aft-rtvion if the flift" "hip Whitt
Swnli tt"-rr,13 days ffm 5an Francises, imparted a hvlir
K t to oar fimti Sh brought Jra.-a-isoi pap" to
July l, and Xr Vor pap" " Jurir 11. B km w.U he '-.ui.d j
summary i.f u?rkt vaotrx.or.s in m Franc..... This ship '
blimc to K pwianr.p A CVs -ry popular line, and from
the San Francisco Timrn. we I.-arn tfi.it -dcps "nirmicfc in that
line tu ll-mr 'jnif. will in f iturt stop at Hn-dulii. wind ar. 1
weather prrniiUin. carryn.ir tnd the Is) in Is. bat no
fmrht-" This arraiirrmml ll no doubt prove a.:var.tai.ou
to aU paitM, a little r no r.sk is ir..-urrl r.y -.toppn. h-rc, i
and detention uf Dot cm hour ia necessary. ur.W-ss wL-ti fr-:a-ht j
M to t taken ,ff; in whtn case, a v-s-l at Lorn in th
nad. where th prvsaiiinr wind heaws stmnc shore, ran
11 with trfl uftf.r. The White SttoJlu- anchor.! raitsele.
tack on board 17.110 tfcs. fundus, ari l -a d-d aa-aot on the 2:L I
(br HoRtfioor- i
By thts m .d. w I'-am r.f the amw at Sa.i Frai.eisoo. .f the
am .Vary Ellen. June Zl. twenty-hre days from Honolulu. J
A m the French war brnr f'ir, Jur.- 27. nn.Ur-ii djrs fi4u i
this port. Th- bars' l"amf had n.t arrived up p. the 'i h, but ;
would. pr.rai.iy arrive ao as l- 1'ivt a,ca.u (. Uiu port L j
T bip Spff tarll on Mou.lay.tre iil. f r Sn Fraii-
eco. wi J a fail crf rf bUul prr!jce. m We.lr.r.Uy. tf.e
Cmrriariow aJa Wt f.jr Vctrl aoJ Tkalet. wi-.i. a m-Ui
Ey s curl la oar a.lrertn.rii e lutnri. t v.il be n th t
M'Mra. A. P. Eveftt a ad J. F. F'.pe have aaciatrtl them
aclvra to carry on an auction anl fwil ctua..oo bui
DrW. B-ito lh-w t' r.tWmro have U-nI'-u a .'l faT'.ra ly
oon b all mtr merchant, piantTaril tr ln. that bo recouc
mctklatnry eotic is eenl"! from u. TU- ir ;ittim.ue act ua. st
ance wlthi our HU-vl trail- w.ll eriaM" th'-m t ex--uti- ary
rdera vita a practical kwllr i f the want i.f .ur m-rthatita. j
3AX FK.IMCI.H O MARKET.
Oar adrice of tbe aark-t are to July 4. la fxir tevl.ri ta- j
pies, (peciai ehaueta are tx tKe-l, njt article beiDg in fair I
apply : !
FLora Hale of Brat quality. $4 50 to $7. !
trr.aa 4VJ half brla ?. I. June at auction at TJc iii I
e It It ; r-at-rri cru I. j
MoLa4.a4 21 brla I., at action, k.11 for 'Jlc (aT 21; pr !
FTLC No chance. 14c.
Coma Sale Kiu. at lTjc ; 140 bafT S. I., ex Mary Ellen,
aokj at ljr .
Cob .-air. .4 whit- California. It- to IJr Ifc.
FVTaTuai Sale . f uew crop at 1 1 10 fc 1'JU tLa.
Osnj ICO aek Mill at i 1 1M
TcarasTisa 4ora-a. at w- iraltoo.
kjc 2no malt U.i 1a c.bl at t 40 4f J SO.
Lraaa Irclinei. treirn. rough, by the carro, flfl; rJ
woixl, Jll. Miioga, $J bt OB $3.
Altu Miiuo I Barrua CoLmsia. Some interest has
barn rreatej regarding tbeae recently diacuveretl cuotra. The j
British Colonitt of a recent date, say :
!ilTer mining proni- to lieeome a K-mlinr fra'.ure in the
Industry of British Columbia. Already two companies are en
gaged in froprcting tl.eir claims. lne is near Fort IIoie ; the
other, "The Butish Columbia an. I Vancouver Iilan.l Silver
31 1 mac Company." is at work on the nliores of Harrison Lakr,
about M miles blow I'ort !ui:las. So far as the latter com
pany hare advanced, the imlic.iliofis are of the nnt favorable
charactr-r. Toe 6-eper lliey descend Into the rein, the richer
are the specimens found. An asay uimlc by Marchand Co.,
under the itup-ctiin of a Committee appointed by th-- Hritnti
Columbia and Vancouver Iiland Silver Minintr Company, yield
ed at the rate of Zii ounces t the ton of JAh( ,uim1h. The
assay was made In the fairest manp-T. Wlien it is n-roll-xtnl
that the assay of the llarrioii Lake t ad is only made from ore
taken out at a few feet below tbe surface or out-cnppiiif, it is
fair to conclude that the farther down the vein is followed the
richer will be the silver ore. Such is said to be an invariable
rule in the Mexican and South American silver mines, ami it is
said to have been verified already by the company at work on
Uarrksou Lake. Consequently in a few months we shall not !e
astonished If called to chronicle assays yielding 1,000 or f 1,500
to tbe too.
Mssa'i Phase at llalala, ia July.
w Moon. ... 1
First quarter ..14
b. m. I dy. h. m.
3 40 A. 1 Full Moon... .-Jl 1 I; 4 A.
4 10 A. I Last Quarter. "V ft la M.
LATEST PATES, rceeivra at Ihia Oflacr.
to sraneisco ..July vi
Msw Vora, (papers)... June 11 I " telegraphic . .June 10
teh-graphic June 2S I Uonftkonir May 15
Tahiti May 10 Sydney, N. b. V Mar. 'IS
Fib TuhtricttSn vessel up.
For Kacai per Odd Fellow, to-day.
F..a Kusa per Steamer, Tnesilay next.
POUT OP HONOLULU. H. I.
A II it I v.is.
July 17 Sch X'ttie Merrill, (lulirk, fmra llilo. lAupahnerKte
aibl lahk., with (mo ' ami Ki mats sui;ar, 35
brH mo Mrl. llonacs puln. 'Si baits fuiicus. 16
hides, 5U Kuut nkius. 4 ba(s C"(t--e, 1 1 arrowroot,
2 cues pine apple. cs md?e. Paseners 'M
iiativea on deck. Left at Malikn Mr ami Mrs
Brewster. Kia Truesilale, HAS Wood and Miss
1 ach M"ik.eikL apela. fm Kahului. with Ul brts beef.
10 brls pot.-ttors. i' bays flour, ami a kt of native
13 N:b Krkauluohi. Marcnant. fn-m Kau and Kona. with
a I bales pulu. 4i)ln fundus, 40 bunches bananas,
1j si.les leath-r, lis cocoauuts, 1'SJO pine-apples,
34 tf, 1 cord wood 1 cabin and !rJ deck pas-
20 aheail. Clark, fm Kalihiwni. with 8 cnli woral.
JO dch Vi arw ick, John Bull, fnm Mi.lok u, with native
"JO 3rh Oureo. from Motokai, with Islarwl proilure.
2 1 .-ch Mniwabine, Kuheana, Into Koloa i.nd awiliwili.
with 1 JO l-rls molas-es, .10 purs, 17 hides. mi icuat
skins. 11 baps funcais - bills tobacco lu drek
31 Sch KaiiKhameha IV.. White, from llanalei, with 15
Cords wood and luo krm suitar.
Steamer Kilauea. Iterrill. fmm Kauai, with 292 krfts
an-l iS mats surar, 10O oris molasses. 4 kr isitter.
3 bea.1 cattle. 1 horse, and bit of native freitrht.
23 In clipier ship White fwallow. Kilrry, 1J days
fr.itu San tranrMcu, s'ltn p. mans ancnomi
aot-lde. and sailed aa n neat day for hina.
23 Sch kinm. Shepherd. frfd Kahului. with 350 liushels
wheat. 110 kecs sucar. aj brls molasses, 4s bf9
fooeus. anil other oati freichL
S3 Sch rw-o.it Ana. Bmichat, from Anahola. with 10
23 ch Moickat. Jim. fm Kalihiwai. with 10 curds woo. I
24 ach Odd Fellow. Cardat:;. from lianalei, with 33d
mats su.-ar, -2 barren molasses. 20 conls wood.
Pnw-m-tiro. Ibonaa, Mr 11 nut, and 5 uatives
July 17 m bar Yankee. Cm. Paty. for An Francisco.
14 Srh O.M Fellow. Candsce. f Ilaialei.
1 Steamer .i:au-a. BerrilU ts- tswts on Kauai.
V sch .Nettie Merrill, Horrvs, Ut Laltaina, Kohala and
1 S.-h Moikeiki. rl.. f..r Ijthaina and Kahului.
Zl Am ship Sipredwril. t'nalwi-k. for Pan Francisco.
91 .Sch iMj-ahnid. Clark. f-r Kslibiwai.
Ti Kb Kekanluoht, Marv-hanufor Laliaina. Kona k Ksu,
with 3 cabin and about 60 deck p.!wngers.
23 Steamer KiUues, Bt-rnll, fur Lahaina. llilo and other
23 h Miwahine. Kali'aua. fr Nawiliwili and Koloa.
li jch Kameharo-tia, While, for llanalei Nawiliwili.
23 !ch WarWK-k. John Hull, for Molokat.
24 Am b.rkentine C.stitut.oti, Foster, for Victoria and
24 9ch Kamni. foephenl. for Lahama and Kahului.
Vrwaclw Expected I rwus I'srrign I 'oris.
Aid. bark Comet, in.ith. wonll leave San Frncieo about July
2i doe here Aug. 6 to 10.
la clipper ship Moonlight, Breck, would leave San Francisco
about Auzut 1.
British kark Th.Mnas Daniel, to sail from Liverpool on the 20th
June, with an sss.Tte.1 cariro to Janion, Ureen Co.
Haw. sclvtMr l.ih-.iiho, t.oddard, fnm M-Kean's Island due
in all Aucust-
Aa. oricantine Morning Star, GelrU. from Micronesia due
about Sept. 1.
Th Hanoverian brig Sol, wince. C.apt. Knkemuller. 400 tons
capacity, left Il.unburg April 22. with an assorted caro to
Uacafeid 4 Co.
Am clipper ship Ka.lusa. Burdett. soile-1 from Boston for Hono
lulu May 1st. with rarico assorted merchandise tot . brewer
k. Co. doe Sept. 1 to 5.
For 9 as Fa s scrsrc per Yankee, July IT Mrs Thos Spencer
nd son. Kev C V A at bony, wife ami child. Miss Fanny t'aty,
Mrs Cbxton. J C Spaidinjr, P t Waterman. Ir J Mott Smith.
Master W HUlebrand. Lieut F Krueer, W II Kice, Miss Kice,
Miss Ma'vina RoweU. W Chamberlain, Ellas Y.sinp, Kertrand
For S FTsrs per Speedwell. July 22 O Reioers, wife
Bod 1 chiUlren. D N Flitner. F S Frail, Mr Af.sic 7.
From Sss Fsssctsco en roote for Ilos.-.KoSiJ per White
Swallow. July Chas 11 Rockwell. Mr Merrill, and 13 China
Bo. Remained at Uoooluia Mr James free I and.
For YrcTOBta. V. I. per Constitution. July 24 Alfred John
boo, Richard Bow den, A W BoelL
For Karat per Kilauea. Joly 1-s Punrin McRryde. wife
and etlil.1. Capt H Harkf-ld. Mrs Hackfeld. Miss Von Pflstrr.
John Catanach. Cbas F Hart. K Ko-s. C t Cuminps, Master !
James Kneiertsno it cainn. and (HI o--c passenirers.
Far Wiiviu per Net:- Mernll. July p Mrs L. SeTrr
aner. Lai her Jw-veraunr, Miss Jenny Parke. Il B E.!dy, J Irwin,
John H Psty. Mr Cnot. Capl ttiiiirk. ohisen.
From Karst per Kilaoea. July 21 Miss Witd-r.two Mi-n
Ansstmnc, Mrs Poaieroy. Chas F Hart. B C Inzrahsm. Jno
Cauanacb. O R Roe. Mr Booriceoiii 9 cabin, an.1 CO paeo
g rs oo dwek.
For WtDwar PnTs per Kilaoea. Jufy 11 I! Iirkmvi,
R D Raklwin. Mtss Hattie Castle. C Y Want. II.. a J. tm 1
R iil!itan.t, C A Adams, lxirham Kotinson, J.ihn C Jones 'J
caMa. and ahout loo drk tusen-rs.
Irons Raman per Ksroot, July 2 I'- A S Wl. Miss
JsasclU Wood. Mr and Mrs Rr-l--r. Jlw Tnies.lale. PKet C
Jones, C F B-JO-I. O H Mernll, S II Boyd, sr.-1 pa-nenfers cn
Ia Hoooluto, Ju-'y 14. t the wife of Capt. Win. Bemil a
In lloootuat, Jay H. to the wife i.t Capt. l. Kelly a
da or h tee
WirTSII In Canandaizaa. V. Y.. M y 30. Mrs. Lucin.la M.
Wbitncy, ard il years, wife of i. L- Whitney, Esu-. Editr.; t4
IB Ontario Repository.
Uood.ls la Marln.w'. Mass.. June 7, Mrs. M-iiscent O-iod-aVf,
ngrri si years, wife of the late David 'taodale, ami mother
Warren Ooodale. f-n . of fros ei'T
We are indebted to Capt. Ellery of the White
Swallow tar La papers; mlso ! J. Xv". Sullivan,
Ilrwri M ftwrr 4, Morrill and C. . Brook A. Co.
F'.r !! F4ii i r Yank. July IT 1.50? ;:. r..i
17r tra' iik'ar. -2 br1 antl J4 j.kk" ni"! i. 5i5 r:i- c ""r.
r.ut i.il. 1T fal" pulu. :: cil on la'. fint-. 1 t-ll ri--f
pkiii. 2 ca- ani! 1 i: 5 ii-t- ri-.riut!. c -r:.i-:y
N-iti"-. 1 brl l-nuii, o r Irth r h v, J tr.- ::. 1 i ox
b r Ms KMl- .i r !!. J il v 1 '" aril JIT
mr ur4r. 71 pkir mia. .".ij I . 1 f jf lu.
I t r' t-'''. 1 itIs t.ir. rir-:. 5 ;r"ii . IT
h- lit. 11 I-1U jii br.-a-l. 'J..') t'-fc-- -a:t. 'J
m-l . 4 i-n tTiC'e ir ifi-, 1.1 Jv aMjt-. 1 n-t :u , f
w:i'-h. "J hcr-fc.
r ! T"!. l"'.hT T 'KfM. .11. 1 T I Fk A I IT )T ll-
ti n, J ily i4 '4 kv i,i,. TT1 l-ar ml.- ir. Tt i: rr'.U-,
liAl b iap. S bai-- f'". .1 Vi !:iil n.i-n.
For !1 r -ita;. .J .1 t :..- ( IT.l V
ft') fijr.Kui. !.;- l.j--i Ji.
Tlll HsH.k Y, JULY 'i:.
'lur. ri-w frmi tfir Ki-r rn tat. T'mit hy
t!i; H Alt'- Sn ni.'nii-, may rt-ar-l- 'i nt of a
uioiv .a ili- nut ur-- than that fy tfn? ir-vi.iu4
m-ii!. A ja-ru.-iil l thn ijr- r-f-ifi jar
tioiiiarly the l"'fy ulrf! in tin: California
W'ji-Iili'- vl-iirly iii'lirat-. a chariot.- of s-iitiiij-rit
in tli? I'-jt l'T .Stat-. in laVTuf tin. L iii 'ii, and
orijHrf-iJ f tlin Siuthi-ni rchl!iuii. Mi-uri,
KrTitucky lifid Marylan.i. ( xc- tin city A
Riltiruort in th? latt r tat',) ar-- j lainly f r
pritctful n-'Ulrality uii'l Lliioii. This ei-
ti-jii (tc: -!Lablili.fi in iIium; Jtut--s, wiil .avfji
over Virginia, N-rth Carolina aiii Tt-iin-.-',
t I'-uvin the C'ott n Statt.-s a!on; in th ir rt-U lii-
on. The result will be that public sntiiuvnt
at the uth will vet chan-r.; ifi lavr if cjiji
j.roiuise and re-union on home baais.
The j.rejaratiuiH for war on both H-les, North
anJ Sutli, are very formidable. Not ls than
225,H!0 trooj were actually enrolled in the
FV-deral service uji ti the lGth of Jui.e, and the
army wa. coristantly increaMn in iiuiiib r., ho
that by this date it probably -xc-i-da 3K,iiih.
These troops are scattered along the lmrder!. of
Virginia, Kentucky, at Cairo, and in Ii.sjuri,
making a very powerful force whenever action
Congress to in-et July 4, and it in more
than profable that the President decided to
await the meet ins: of that Imi.1v lefure coiiiuienc
in; hot-tile 0erations. Although he has the
und iubtiil authority to quell r.;J ilions, in any
part of the I'nion, yet in a constitutional ov
ernuieiit it is projx.-r that the executive power
le sustained by the ;ople in any course of
policy decided on. The meet in;' of CoiioreKS
was just at liund, and though the troops were
all ready for marching orders, the order would
not be given probably till Congress had met and
given some expression of its opinion. If any
avenue remains for peace and reconciliation, it
lies with Congress, which, if the IJorder States
urge it, would immediately call a Convention
of all the States to endettvor to settle matters
peaceably. Xo other hope of jieace remains.
When the terrible issue to which the Suth is
exposing itself, is calmly viewed by her jK.'ople,
as they will and must view it, and when they
Bee that the ruin of their cities, crops, slave
property and wealth is the inevitable conse
quent, and that all this .ay be averted by a
nober second thought, uttered even at the eleventh
hour, there is much room to liojHi that peace
may yet be restored ou some basis honorable
alike to both parties.
The Alia of July Cth lias an excellent review
of the lositiun of affairs as they tood in the
States at the end of June, and j rhaps we can
not do tetter than to transcribe it to our columns
in full :
On the 15th of April the President issued the
first proclamation lor 7o,U00 volunteers for the
defense of the (iovcrnmciit. Since then no
general battle has leen fought, but still the re
oults which have ieen achieved may lie regarded
as stueiidoii.s. On th.; datj m.-utionel, every
one ol the Slave States had either (receded or
were alajut to take that step. When we say
SaUs. we di-nire to lie understood as referring to
those in authority, and not the eopIe. The in
tention of the reiielf, lieyoiid question, was to
march o;i Washington, and ome there were
who delud.il themselves with the id :i that the
Conspirators would eventually dictate terms of
eace at the gates of lston.
Uut all this has Ijwii changed. The capital
of the nation is now sale lroin attack. The
evacuation of Harjer'.s Ferry removed from its
vicinity the only liody of the rebels by whom it
was seriously menaced. The battle field has
been transferred from the North to the very
heart of Virginia, and the l yal States are, in
fact, the spectators of the conflict, and not the
Nor is this all. The Border States, one ami
all, have been saved to the Cnioii. It is ab-urd
to supMe that the Free States could exist long
as a nationality with the boundery which would
have been left them by the secession of all the
Slave States. A glance at the map is all that is
necessary to establish that a nation with Mich
straggling lines could not hope for a very long
indejwndent existence. There would be nothing
like it on the map of the world. Prussia is a
very jagged and irregular patch on the earth's
surface, but the Fre Stated of North America
would be nothing- short of a geographical and j
The events of the List two months, if nothing;
else, foreshad w that the southern l-iind.iry has
Nvn transferred, at least, to th ; Cotton States.
Maryland was the first to exhibit restiveness ;
but she, or more properly spe-aking, the Seces
sionists, there resident, were quickly brought to
their senses. The ' l!l.od-tubs " of Ilaltiinore
cower lefore the guns of Fort Midb-nry, and the
Sxysc ionists of the interior have in like manner
lien overawed by the presence of large bodies of
Federal troops stationed at Annapolis, the lb-lay
House, Fredericksburg, and Arlington Heights.
The majority of the pi-ople if Maryland tn-ver
sympathize! with reln-llion. Ve have abund
ant evidence of the fact, in the elections for
MemVrs of Congress, recently In-M there. In
every district of the State, unconditional L nioii
men have hern returned.
From Maryland we turn to Missouri. It is
unnecessary to r-'capitulate the events which
have recently taken place in that State. Con.
Lvon isa prompt, efficient and determined ofliev.
He holds Missouri lx-tween his linger ami tliumh.
Jackson, the inventor, has tl.'d ; so has l'.irsins,
the Lieut. 'Jovernor, and I'rice, the Tresident of
the Convention. At last dates there was no
government in Missouri; nnl.'ss, indeed, her
Constitution designates the Speaker of the Hons-
of Assembly as the Kxecutive, in the absence of
the Governor and Lieut. lovernor. In Missouri,
as well as Maryland, three-fifths at least of the
pxple are I'niotiists, but as the reins of govern
ment weie in the hands of disafl'ectcd persons,
they have been form! into a position of seeming
hostility to the General Government.
Virginia comes next. At last dates. 100.000
Federal troops were either on her soil or Imr
ders. She was menanovd from Alexandria,
lroin Harper's Ferry, from the west in the di
rection of Ohio, from Fortress Monroe, and all
along the Potomac. Wi-stern Virginia the vast
district lying we t of tbe lllue Eidge is true to
the Union. A convention was in s-ssi.iu at
Wheeling, at which it is jssible. Ix'tcher and
the authorities at Kii-I.iu.-.nd would le tleelanil
traitors, and a Provisional Government estab
lished for the whole States The doom of the
re''n-ls of Virginia is sealed. Teniiess-e is some
what in the Kime position. The eastern Jrtion
of the State has declared fr the Union bv a
majority of IO.imki or 12.00(1. Sue will U- re
duced aftT the same tashiou as Virginia, as soon
M the Federal tr-oss move down the Mississippi
and apiTikich Memphis. There. a i . Ii.-tt-ni
Virginia, a terrorism equal t tliat which pre- 1
vailed in France during the revolution of 17'., j
has su j-n w.-il the exi ression of all loyal si-nti- j
inents, and produced a condition tifalT.iirs which, j
on their lace, augurs badly for the restoration of
friendlv fwlinir between tie? two sections of the
Kepubfif, but which, wo ar' t-rsuuded, will
soon Is; i rove. I t-j be merelv skin d'.'p.
Of North Curolin: we" know but little. Iti
citizen have the reputation of N'ing s- nsibb'
people, and we do not apprehend much troubl-i
from them. Ark:ir.sai dv. not aniount to much.
She lw neither arm nor numlxTst to nnike
sMn l a-.iin-t the .v rrim..n:. Kentucky no
ble i.M K.ntiu-ky lias n-v.-r wa-fi iri'h.-ral-I'--iarn',
:m Iht).' IMawur; jr.j-1-ntly f,'l..vi-l
hv-r c x iiiit.l.-. If all thi- ha- n" ;u iiii.v.--l
triain a ri'iii-' hl.i'.v, f. t what mav
I w; nut U; TTeimrfi h
j brmht to a i-loi-? M .r
j hxs ii aln-a-Jy Wun. W
; .it iii jt aiil lii'hftlulin
in . l Ul -.lll I u
t'l.iri half th' imtta'
h-.-ar llo lu. .I t- ...f t!i'.-
Ail lh-T Want liuw i- to ):
Aiir-lry of liurrn Kiniiin.
Ir. Lens.r.1, Surgeon .f H I;. !.' .lo.p-cf-war
.lltrt, hiving writ-n a letter t-j Arbrc-ith that the
jueen is the " .1 tughfer"' vf Mr. Wy'.'.ie. the " l'rin.e
Minister." which letter ws r,'ibii?bel in the .lr.
I broiil'i Cui'U. an 1. exukine! v. un ler the hpa,l:rny i f
an Ayr-hire J'jeen, repuhiishl in several new-'-t-'if-ers
t.f that county, Kncl in l, rtnd even
the Unit Stttes; as the un.-t etfectu i! an 1 general
ci.fitra lietiuu tf that ridiculous rep. rt, we cons: lor
it f-ur duty t. puMi.-h to the worl 1 Mr. Vy;ie's
-ffi.;:al circulirs cf 1'Stb Jui.e, lS-0, and 25th August, ;
IS.jT, from which ao 1 the botes nr peiide-i thereto, it j
will l.e ?een tint the exalted lily who shares the j
throne of His -Majesty Kamehitneha IV. fninyGud !
Lle-s an I lor.g pre-erve tfie R. yd p-iir.l both f-y the I
mother's and father's -Me. is of rovi! .b-i-er.t. and is
,i i i ... e . , .iii - ,
the i?ran l-ila:llitr fif the ee e!fr ife-l .l-.rin i..n. tf
Only the seeni:n;j imp. sihility that a tiara! tflicrr
oftlie eilucation aril character of lr. I.c-i-nard ccul l
write, from the spot, tvn untruili of the paternity of
Queen Kiiimn, can atcoui.t f-.r its heing belif ved even
in Mr. Wyliie's native parish of l'unlop, that she is the
gnrid-dnuphter cf "Old Saunders," and the iaitijhtfr
of It. C. H'yllit, the Tfirtit Lair i of Ilti.lffi.ink,
as will be seen by the fnlluwing extract from the Ayr
.1 Irertisrr of 2oth April last :
"THE AYRSHIRE QUEEN."
To the Editor of the .1yr .1 Irertiscr : Sir : The
natives of Iiunlop were certainly taken by surprise,
when reading in the columns of the .l-irertiser last
week the chums which are being put torth by their
Stewarti n friends regarding the birth-place of 1 1 is
Excellency R C Wylhe, Minister of Foreign Affairs at
the Court of K imehameha IV., "and t it her of Queen
Emma," seeing that to Iun!op alone belongs that
distinguished honor Mr. Wyllie having been lM.rn
and brought up at Hazlebank, in this parish, which
has been the mansion of that family for many genera
tions. And many of your readers can well rerucm
ber Old Siunders," the respected grandfather of
Queen Emma, who often quoted, with all a father's
pridt, the high attainments of his son, and the honors
that were sure to accrue to his name some day or
other: little anticipating, however, that when our
native 15 ird sang the praises of our Ayrshire Lasses,
that one of these was destined to grace the pinnacle
of Royalty itself, in the person of such a near de-cend-
irit as the daughter of the present laird of Uazit-
Although we call not in question that Mr. Wyllie
may for a time have attended the classes at Stewartoli,
yet such can never make good the claim they have
asserted, still less have proven the ground of his suc-
ctss. .io : tins must ever be traced to the weii-Kuown
indomitable perseverance which characterizes the na
tive spirit of llunlop, and which now enables us to
claim the only legitimate right of saving that she
who now shares the throne with Kiug Kamehameha
at the Court of Honolulu, is sprung from one and the
same soil as was another bright ornament of her sex,
viz., Ilarbara Oilmour," whose name is so intim
ately associated with the famous Dunlop cheese.
I have been induced to make these remarks at the
request of many of Mr. VVyllie'a friends here, and
from the known interest which lie takes in all matters
I am. Sir, Yours respectfully, A. W.
No oue who had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Leon
ard cau believe that he did not sincerely believe what
he wrote; but his example and that of Lord Byron
who, in 1S'J5, similarly mistook, and misrepresented
the relative rank of Karaimoku and Kaahumariu, so
giving rise to a very ridi:u!ous diplomatic discussiou
upon the subject, only proved that Naval Officers who
visit our metropul's (and the mure frequently
they come, the mere welcome they will be) cannot
asccrt.aiu Hawaiian genealogical facts by insjiiralion,
but by careful inquiry. We venture to predict that
our late distinguished find most j.pular visitor, Lady
Friitiklin, in anything tshe may eer publish of this
kingdom, will commit no such mistakes, for she took
the right means to ascertain the truth upon all points.
While ou the subject of llawaiiau rank, knowilig
that the Ambrotypes of the Queen and of Mrs. Ilishop,
one of the chief Ladies of Her Majesty's Court, have
been much admired in Loudon, we are tempted to add
Mr. VVyllie's Circular of 21st July, 1S57, .showing
that Mrs. ULdiop, also, is of royal d-.-sscnt :
As sent to all the King's Diplomatic and Consular
Agents serving abroad, and all Foreign Diplomatic
and Consular Agents re-idiug in Honolulu.
L'KPAHTMLNT OF FoKKIlJN RlLATIONS, )
City of Honolulu. 2Sth June, lijG. )
Sin : I have the honor to make known to you that
the King was married on the I'.'th instat-t to the Lady
Emma Rookc, the adopted daughter of Dr. Rooke.
i She is the daughter of the Chief Naea by Kekela,
! the daughter of the celebrated Englishman John
Young, and of the high lemale chief Kao.-m aeha.
Her Majesty Queen Emma is well fitted by nature
and education to add lustre to the Throue, to a share
on which, the King has elevated her.
The ymiug King and Queen are very popular with
all c!a-es of natives as well as foreigners.
I have the honor to be. Sir,
Your most obedieut, humble servant,
R. C. W YLLIE.
T!i Chief Naea W JS a lineal .k-secn-l.ii.t from the ai.ci.-t.t
Kini .f Hawaii.
Fniiiii; Oirici:. 21th August, 1S"7.
Sin : Ry order of the King. I h ive the honor to
make known to you tuat the luueial of Mis I.sccl-
lency John Yiung, who has been successively liover-
nor of .vlaui, A ittnna . m, rresi lent ot the
House of Nobles, Minister of the Interior, and Cham
berlain to His Majesty, will take place trim hisltsi
dence, on Sunday, the G'th intant, at o 1. M.
The deceased was the son of Mr. John Young of
Lancashire. England, who was a favorite o'.iicer of Ivi
meli inieli.a 1st; he wiisImiiii at Kiliolo, Hawaii, on the
12th of March, 1S10, and diet, suddenly, from con-ge-tioii
of the lung-, on the lS'h id July, ISjT.
Tiie mother of John Young was Mary Kaoaiiueha,
the daughter of Kalikokal.mi, who w is tlie daughter
I of K ininiulatiiokaiiiokii, who wis the daughter of
i Kaeleokai.ini a direct descendant of Keuwe, the nn
I ce-tor of the Rovil line of Kameh ameha.
The grandtaf her of Mr. Young's mother was third
in descent from Keawe, aud a younger brother of
Kameh ameha I.
John Young was the Uncle of Her Majesty the pre
1 have the honor to be, Sir,
Your most obedient, humble servant.
R. C. W YLLIE.
The rratuhnother of ijueeii Emma, who, roiiie-pi.-iitlv. is nf
the Im.k1 of the ancient Kmc of Hawaii, and of the same an-f-'.i'v
with the Koya! I Lie-- of Katiieliainclia.
I'oBKic.v Office, July 21, 1S37.
Sir : By order of His Majesty the Kine. I hereby
notify you that Kotiia, the widow of I'aki. and
grand-daughter of Kalaniopuu, who was the King of
II iwaii at the time of Captain Cook, and who is men
tioned by the latter uuder the name of Tereeoboo,
died on the 2nd instant ; and further that John Young
(Keoni Ana) s loiig Kuhiua Nui," afterwards
Minister of the Interior, and latterly Chamberlain to
His Majesty, died on the ISth of this month.
These heavy bereavements have involved their
Majesties the King and Queen, the High Chiefs, and
His Majesty's Ministers in deep aflliction.
I have the honor to be, Sir, Your most obedient
and humble servant. R. C. Wyllie.
I'aki was a very hili chief, heing a iiear kinsman of Kane.--hamehi
(o;i in u 1. 1 'at- .
Lectures on Mahy-ia. At the special reiuc-t
' nf u-rtrl rfine oi:F.in. I'ar.r flihdn li-s coTisi'ii f e 1
to deliver a course vf three lectures at the Foit Street
l.'hurch, commencing on Tuesday evening next, July
Z O.jr citizens will thus have an opportunity sel
dom afforded to them of btaining an account ot this
comparatively unknown but interesting portii ntf the
world, from one who has gained his knowledge by
personal observation We tru-t our residents will
not fail to improve the opportunity of enjoying a lite-
rary treat, rarely present? I. See advertisement,
The Comet as sei.x on Kauai. A correspondent
writes that "the Comet was first seen at Hinaki.
Kauai, at SJ I. M. It iij.peare 1 to be a star of the
first magnituJe, uiout 'JO decrees above the horizon.
The tail appeared to be nt least CO decrees in length,
leaving some 15 degrees from a perpendicular towards
the East. On the whole, it was the most splen lid
Cotrex that these Pacific Islands have witne-el the
past t wenty.'hree yeai s."
mti:s of tiii: wiikk.
H'soi rr.r ?n: r.TiT I'kh:v. It is pleasant.
: after wanJorir.g about the beach, strullirg into a-er-chants
rT::es, an I hM:ng conrl lenti.tl cha-s at the
corners i.-f the streets with frienis who are supposed
t. l-e p-.r-te l n what is g- intr in ai- ut town, and
' d - inel tc fin i the s:ne flit, stale an i unprofitable
siht ar. I answer c" da'.i as a Jir nail," to step
e whtre tvt-rvth.t' loi k " a buy a a
Si oh w the o ie uh tne otbvr iftfri!..on,
a:tir hiving Utti t-rril rel in the r.ritintT
. w r.en.
af. resii I, we vis ted the I! ikery establishment of Mr.
lU bert I.-jve, ' n N 'ia ana Street, recent' v o-rectei, Liu I
whii-h w -tit into a-?iv-.. orerati.'n a few d ijs a-o.
The t.t'.lg'.bi proprietor re-idlly ex p. lined the p:a::
c il w. rkii-2 i f h.- silent but eSi-ierit w. rkman, Mr.
Steam Engine, an 1 we gathered from the si'at auJ
. ex pl.in.it .on tue f.'.lfwing l i.-ts:
i The machinery was in p.-rte l by the proprietor
. from Sin Francisco, an extense of aUut S-,,KK).
! an 1 was set up by that experienced lurch inic, Mr.
j Th'-mas Hu hes. The et-pine : i f ab- ut f.-ur h.-r.-e
! power. The n.ain 1 u-i ling is SO f et fivnt by 4 feet
i deep t" the ovens; ii.c'.a iing the ovei.s an 1 engine
j room, it is 50 feet. The Cost of the building, whii h
is s.ate r K.Ie l, and the .ven, the Htter erected iin icr
the surei inten i nice f that aecompli-he und .-kill
ful mason, Mr. Ile . Thomas, was about S.".v,:', an I
the whole concern li rl-cts much ere lit n the onergy
of tbe pr. pi it .r, Mr. R,.bort L ve
ti.ui lias Wen taken to guard against fire, and there
' is but little d mger i f a re-enactment of t!
ie coi.i; i-
i gration of last I)ocemter.
The flour is
The n,i!us op r-: r, i'i is as foil
1 placed iu a large box, an 1 w.;ter poured upon it suf
ficient to mix it to the proper c iislstency. It is
: then shuw-lc 1 into a trough shaped like a coffee mill,
through the liottoni of which runs i spiral screw,
i which seizes hoi I of the d mgh, an 1 carries it along
a tubular shaped iron conluit, from which it emer
ges dough of the orthodox quality. This falls on a
clean wooden surf ice, upon which it is flittet.ed a
little by hand, and then placed upon au inclined
plane, from which it slides au! runs between two
smooth iron cylinders, which flittensit out to the pro
per width and thickuess, for cutting aud stamping
for biscuit-", crackers, cakes, or whatever may be
needel. This mixing by the screw, through the cyl
inder, thoroughly kneads it, and so quickly, that it
prevents balling," and does away with the knead
ing wiih naked feet, .S;c. The stamping and cutting
into shape is very ingeniously performed, the stamper
playing up and down like the piston of a steam en
gine, and performing the work much more satisfac
torily than the face of a man pitted with small pox
would, which Old Joe Cereal tells us, that a gentle
man of his acquaintance informed another gentle
man, ' it was the only good use he could be put to."
It will be at once perceived that the steam operation
is much cleanlier than the old fashioned way by
hand. The quantity which can be baked at once, is
about lot) pounds, aud the bakery can turn out if
needed about 2,000 pounds per day. There is a fine
loft for drying the bread, and if necessary to be kiln
dried, there is sufficient room over the ovens.
Under the supervision of the worthy proprietor, and
his experienced foreuiau, Mr. J. I'ettigrew, the fleet,
in the fall, can be supplied with good pilot and navy
bread, at prices which it cannot be imported for,
from San Francisco, or any where else, and families
will be able to tiud a constant and fresh assortment
of Jenny Lind and nut cakes, sugar, butter, water,
Huston and soda crackers. Having tested their qual
ity, we can safely vouch for their goodness.
Wilson's Circus. f)ur readers, or such of them
as had the good fortune to ' see the Elephant" and
Wilson's Circus during their visit here last winter,
will be pleased to learn that this fine company of
' equestrian?, which sailed from Honolulu Jan. 10 in
j the ship Triton, arrived safely iu Chile, arid had
been very successful iu the tour of that country. The
j Jll tu Iris the following : ' A member of Dan Rice's
i Show Company, lute of California, writes to the Jllta
from Santiago, the Capital of Chile, under date of
2d uit. The Dan Rice Company is accompanied by
the trained elephant named " Albert," the mules
and t-oiiies, aud is under the charge of Messrs. Wil-
; sou and Ib-ndi ickson. Our correspondent writes
j that the Company, all in good health, arrived at Val
1 paraiso on the 4th March, and performed time a
j number of nights lo good houses. Alter that they
; visited Quillota, San Felipe, San Antonio, and Rin
i coriada de los Ande, :md lastly Santiago, doing ex
j eecdingly well at every place. At Santiago they had
! crowded houses for twenty and odd nights; and could
continue to draw full houses tor a longer time, if it
were not for the rainy season, which begins when the
rain of California ends. If the Company had arrived
i at Va:par-aisii in S-ritember they might have tiaveled
J through the whole State. As it is they were soon to
: go to Peru, and then return to Chile in September."
1 A Dis i ppoin iMknt Lite is full of disappoint
; metits, wenll know, but who ever heard of a man
' being dis appointed because they didn't hang him !
! An old Kanaka who killed his wile on Kauai, some
' lyotitiis ago, and was tried and sentenced to be hung,
j had his sentence commuted by the King, a few days
I before the time fixed f.r hanging him, lo imprisoti
' mi nt for life. When the respite was communicated
to the guilty num. who was in the city jail at the
; time, he bn k out into a loud and woful lamentu
i tioii, complaining bitterly of the mercy shown him,
and saying that he had j u pared himself to die and
was s idly dis ij pi. into I at the news. Disappointed!
We call it humanity to o!en-l the liie of a human
being: but win. knows the heart i f a murderer,
; whether flic gnawings if conscience (if he has i ne)
are not m..re intolerable than the prospect of death
by hanging .' It may be, that in a majority of the
; executions for murder, what the world calls cruelty
and inhumanity, is really a blessing aud a relief to the
i guilty man.
Veracious, Very. lu another column, we present
some facts regarding the ancestry of our noble Queen
Emma, who has been most grossly and us would seem
to us w.v.tonly libelled by the Surge ui of H. 1. M.
Ship .Iter!, which vi-itel Honolulu leMycar. Whit
the obj-.-ct could have been, even had ho be lieve 1 the
iep. rt which he published, we have yet to learn. I;'
we are not mistaken this is the same gentleman who
furnished a certiScate certifying that there had been
no cases ot ilise-ise cor.tr icte I by the seamen ot the
.licrt, associating wi:h the base females under the
, charge of the government authorities, which certiti
' cate the edit, r of the Polynesian h id the impudence
to palm off ou this community, when it was well
known to be a falsehood and that Dr. Ford ha I under
his charge about a dozen cases of diseased seamen
; belonging to the same ship . The certificate is
about on a par with the Scotch letter, and both are
, base falsehoods.
' From Hilo. On our first page will be found a re-
; port of the celebration of the Fourth at Hilo. As
might be expected, wherever the sons of little Rhode
Islaud locate, some powder is sure to be smelt, some
noise heard, and some patriotic toasts drank ou the
; national anniversary. Those who know Thos. Spen
cer, know that the "gallant captaiu" does not do
things by halves, and he deserves no small meed of
praise f.r the manner in which the celebration was
carried through. The toasts weie racy anl not sur
passed by any at our own celebration. The " Invin-
1 cibles" arc a fixed fact, are regularly called out
on drill, an 1 will be kept in position," till the storm
now hanging over the Union has blown over, and
' bright skies again appear.
rif The old friend of Cat t. II. .It. formerly of the J
vth iling bark !) 7'ir.; re, will be glad to hear f his
i whereat-outs. I?y the following, it apt ears he is ..tf
1 fr t!ie wats :
SritoN'i Appointment. Capt. Strong lb It, of
New L.-i: i- ti. Conn., h is been af poitite l sailing- i
tiii-ti-i t the frigate .lfi u i.Ca.itti , now at Hampton
Road-, near Not tolk, Virint t.
Capt. James M. VYiiiiaiiis, formerly of the whale 1
shit) Hi1.. Ilu:rl,i;,:', has also joined the Navy its '
sailifg-ma-tcr of the I". S. eteamer .s'-i :.-'. i'. th
tiiee wiil make excellent pilots i ti theSouttiern coast. ;
A: r.ivii. II. mi. The passengers who left Hono
lulu iu the C'i'l.tt, A pi il 10, ariivcd at New York,
June 'J, all well.
Jlf The comet can still be seen erery evening, di
recriy over, and in a line with, the handle of ti e
l J per, i's " tail" btu rtt iiinjj each evcnine;.
Haw in an Steum Naviiivtiov C mixy. A tr.eet-
in-T of the sti-okhol lers of this compaav was holden
. - t
on Thurs-liv hist, at which a staunient of its atTiirs
was r.:a le, and a proposition nia io' t.i purch:ise and
it. traduce atiother steamer. Fntu the data laid be-
f.-re the meeting, it would appear that daring the
past three months (which furnish the safest reliable
for future operations.') the steamer ma le ten
fo Hawaii, an 1 two to Kauai. The trips
to ilawiii have average! S '71 eich gr. ss receipts
the i-.re-t hiving bfen 7 ''"-! and the best f 1.3"-!4.
These hive been the receipts durit.g what maybe
Co-tistdered as the p urest quarter . f the year, so far
as gencril trade and trivei is conct-rne 1, though she
has carried (iru lading outwar! and return trips)
luritig that time about Z' 0 cabin mil S.'Ji deck
passengers. Her great p pularity with the traveling
public bi th native and foreign consists in regular
ity, s':i, rt trip an 1 the comfort afforded on board to
boili classes of travelers. The benefits of steam hav
ing thus been so clearly JeuK-nstruted, as well as the
certainty of a fair remuneration on the capital in
! vested, it is not surprising that a preposition should
be male to introduce another steamer to serve as an
auxiliiry Uiit. and :i a reserve incase of accident or
. repairs. Ile-ides, it is now clearly shown that steam
; coin in unioiitioii regularly oicc a u-e'e with Hawaii
1 will not only pay well, t ut is absolutely called K-r ry
, , , t
of trade and travel. To
; the legitimate neeessitie-
keep up this weekly line, a sec. nd bvit is required.
At the above meeting, the matter was tiuiply
referred to a committee instructed to prepare estim-
ates and plans to lay before the company when so
j prepared. P.ut we learn that so unanimous are the
! stockholders in rrgari to the propriety ot the meas-
! ure, that there is hardly a doubt that a new boat will
! be ordere I s.on. It is proposed to have au iron
; steamer of about 200 tons English measurement built
'. in England, of strong horse-power, m t to cost orrr
' S2"."o), and to be built an 1 rigged according to
j plans prepared expressly for the purpose. It is said
1 that some of the English coasting steamers run at a i
much less cost f fuel per day than the boat now em
! ploved; a vessel of 50o tons, steaming over 210 miles
per day. consuming but ,'oir tons in that time.
There is . a disadvantage about an iton bout, its lia
bility t-a foul the bottom, which we have at present
poor facilities to remedy. Still "necessity is the
mother of invention," and necessity may eventually
provide f. r this.
Fin n Kona. Recent letters from Ktilua state
that their Majesties and suite were in the enjoyment
of g od health, and the King iceupied himself in
improving his country seat, by planting trees and in
other ways. He has recently purchased some cotton
seeds and intends to appropriate a portion of his
land to the cultivation of cotton, so as to give it a
fair trial, though he says he has not much faith thii.t
the islands are to be suddenly enriched by th.s
branch of agricultuie, but is ready and anxious to
take the lead, and give the force of his example.
Like every other new branch of industry, money
must be expended and lost in experimenting ; and
wheu the necessary experience is gained, some one
will succeed in making cot ton growing profitable.
The blight, we hear, is making its annual appear-
j ance, in some localities, quite as heavy as it has
ever been, discouraging those who had hoped to see
it pass away.
The Nlws. The delight with which the telegraph
signal for a clipper off the heads with the mail flag
j flying at her main-mast, was greeted, showed the in-
terest of the public in the expected news. The mails
j were landed by 2 o'clock, P. M., but owing to some
j oversight on board the ship, the express bujs con
j taining the California papers were not landed till
! some two hours later. They had been stowed away
j in the specie room, with several hundred thousand
j dollars iu boxes piled over them. The accident oc-
curreil by a change of c facers, which took place a
; day or two before the ship left San Francisco.
I The California Weeklies are filled with late and
I interesting correspondence from the East, and those
! who widi to get the war news two weiks or more in
' advance of the New York papers, should take the i
; California papers. They can all be furnished now to '
I applicant". j
j j ADVERTISERS ARK SPECIALLY HI'- J
I Sff rG it ' Esrni to limi.l in their advertisements as i
I s5r r.irly lis may ! convenient. j
C. H It K W F.R 2tl,
i General Merchant and A.-nt for the sale of the products of the
j lirew.-r Plantation. -"0-ly
! SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
i From the BREWER PLANTATION,
Now coming in. and for sale ly
c. nit i:w Kit
Honolulu. Julv 1. ISol. tlTO-Hm
j SUGAR, SYRUP AND &.0LASSES !
j (,C)IJ 18(1.
From East Ivlaui Plantation.
; For sale in quantities to ,-u't, I '
I Honolulu. Juiv lo. lol. 270-tf
H. 1IACKKEI.1) & CO.
IIEREItV A I'IMM NT I. EXT ' 1 1 A XI I! Kit -
Ian., with fell power "f attorney to act for Luc during my
al.seiiee lroin this Kin-ii. in.
llon.-iulc, July 17. is.11. 270-t
LECTURE ON IiIALAYSIA !
.iti- -t of nii.nv- i
T THE I" RUE NT R E-
.-;.l--n;s .f ll-.!i..;u.a. wiil . I . 1 1 v .-r a
c..llr', oj thre-- i.-.-iur-s en .m.iI.ii m.i : in- nr-i ! iii-s.:iy
l.i. nii.i;. July :;o; the s -c.-rs I on I !.urlay. AilL-u- t 1: and the
thiol wi I I.- aim .u:ic-"l at tic- ; of lie- seen.!.
The loll. ill ill:.' are a p. I'll ill ol the topic- to I disc US -led:
' The We.t.-rn A si a;io origin of the Malay race.
A'lCi' .it. ii.o re. iir-.- iviih M .Iavs: .1 Plio-niciaiis, l.reeks,
Aral--. IVr-iii';-.. an.lotli.-r n ite n-.
! Malay HiL-ran .n-. c .n-(ii.-sis .o.i! .l..niiT.:-.f.
j I'i!!:i.-i..:i of the Malay toiiLo:- and di.il-et.
I S-M-iil li:'--. r. m-irkai'l- p-.-i'ioii if w-.ni.-n. drcs. murriupe
! c. r- iiiot.i- -. hal'iiatioii. Vc.
i K--liL'i--n M.ili.-uo-iaiiism, Poi.liliiism. llraliti.inism. and the
1 unci- nt : !..la:ry.
M irv-il .ti niias of aecieiit r. Ul'!' u" edricea.
K.-uiarkal'l.- u.i r-t it c.-n.nn rac.-s.
. l'oi-::i.--.i- .l'.s.-ov. ri. s. c .'iou -;. and .! minion.
! Fi i'.i ; avn T, Aii il-iu. r-i'i--. .'.i-.l Oalvan
Pill. !i coi'iil--i, and pre. n: 5.. In y. ai -I jarisdl-tion.
IWi.t condition and r-s"Uic. ol the Malay ArohiI-tio.
Coti" - ia .lava, i--i- r in s.iniiira. cl-.ve -n Molticc.-:-, an-1
the i;in u- r--hn ts and cu t.ir- .-t Maei; ;a.
Tie- .-.il.:,;ti-.-s I- '..- n ......i -i i and P.-i.i oe-ia.
; "i": i .'cm Hawa.ians tia -. i l v cu-i -ins .o, I ei-mparaliie
I The ft-.'-j-et thr ii-h'.iit wiil '" int-T-i-Ts -.1 with .! -tails of the
i actual i.i.-.-rv.itioii and per-.uial incidents of the lectur.-r m the
It:. inn l-i-s.
Tin- l.-i-:iii-.- will take place in E.-rt S-rc-t Chur-.-h. it 7; P. M.
Sie-ie A.:n.i-si. i:. 1; t- r th- c. i.r-.-. i'J.
I T.ckets l-i he ol t .m- l at Mr. Wintni-y's l!-i--k St re.
i Hon-.iiii.i. Julv 2a. ls.'.l. 27o-2i
ECF.IXEH RX TIIK
XX' II IT E SWAU
Cod- y s Lady' Ih- for July.
Hunt's Merchant's M.n-' izme.
Eclectic. hack numbers fr -m Jan. IsM. can be had.
N.-rth Hrit. Review f-.r May.
Edinhur-h Review f.-r April.
Atlantic Monthly f rJiia.-.
Suh-cript: ti r-ceiv-1 lor any r.f the above bv
27l-2t. II- M WHITNEY.
Fort Street Select School.
HIE FIRST TERM OF TIIE T II I R I
X'EAll "I this institution wiil p-n on Monday, Au-U-it j.
ls.il. In. rd-r to simpii'v the claiS'-;iti..n -f the s,-l I. in
struction wiil. f -r tie- pr-.s t.t. I- limit, d to th" primary branch
es. P ir-tii -! -iriri - t.h-ir childi ti to c-inineta-e a -'err. ..tic
and i-oti.'iiu- i.s c urse "f iu-at r.n. nr.- a I v.s.-d to h iv- them j-en
th- ela -s t.-nn-d a'J'h- h. -.-:., an, -f th- y- ar. No deduction
made t- r tuition. fXd.pt m e..s..' of sukte ss.
J. A. HKEWsTER.
FAY GOODS ! !
THE RRITISH ( LIl'l'ER HARK
"Thorns-is Danii'l !"
A I -17' LHYirs Foil 14 V.'.l lis.
I'ASTO LEA VF. LIVERPOOL IX JIVE.
-d l-.r I!..- 1. all net
ai:U ..'.!. i
.1 il ;
a 1 :
1 bird w:. I'
ll'. i; .i
t.d l-iv i.
. r iv.i.ts
JANlo.N. i II KIN .t CO.
200 (ii'(U Bel Fire Wood !
tr.l E1VEII FROM MIC
t. oil the p-emi-"-" ' 'he OO.4 ---.-f.e
I AMI KACAI,
I. d for sal- by
li .1.1 i lil.l Ik.
A Nkw Schoonmi V little cliprsir sch.xmer was
launcher! l ist Thursday. She was
I i; 1. 1 near iuc
. . u .
; iaii, and it was w
rith cu.si lerable dlfaculty she was
j got into letp water. She is oJ fet on the keel, and
: 06 feet over all ; 17 He: beam ; '.'eptb if bold. 4 feet
J 7 inches, and alxut 45 tons register. he 1oiks
i sometiiing like the .M i-.rii, but appears to be
rather sharper . and if we may judi;e troin tipptar-
ances. the will run pretty , to the invincible
s.Vif.Vr. This little craft, which ha- a str king ami
l-eautifu! nudel. was hui't by Messrs. h rederick
Sturbo-ck A Alexander Smith, and a more staunch,
handsome and set vieeab'e vessel vf her sue lias not
been launche! before in those waters. Siie has beeu
n-med the Ha ...,;., and when com plettsl, in about
a mouth, wiil probibly be enif leyeJ as a coaster.
Tuk Ni-rrnt: Mt Rr.n.i- We hear that there has been
a partial ehauge in the ownership of this tine schooner,
an! that dipt. B.rres. who rati her with so- much
credit during the first nine months of her being put
into the coasting trade, to. k charge of her again ye
terd iv on her trip to windward, and while it is hard
to presume that more cau bo done than has already
been accomplished in this decided favorite " k
Neke," we feel safe in saying that if it is to be, Oapt.
liorres is the man for the occasion." Poly Htsuin'
1 The clipper ship Don Q :ixote wis to sail from
i tr . ,
j San Francisco about July 11, for Hongkong. She
refused to take passengers for Honolulu, and proba
bly will refuse to bring the mail of June 21st. which
would arrive at San Francisco July It, in time for
her. dpt. Nott said that it he passe. 1 Honolulu in
the dav-time. he would stop and leave papers. We do
not look for another mail till the return of the Comet,
which, however, had not arrived over up to July
then fifteen davs tut.
1 1 O I u XJ J XT
Steam Biscuit Bakm.
'HE rXDKRSKJXKil WOH.I) K F-
peeifullv inform his frk inis mm. 1 the public pern-rally that.
the Honolulu St. . am llieuit ll.akery In-ir.p now in lull oH-nition.
he is Tt-.art-.i to lurni-li Pilot :inJ Navy ln-a.l. Water Crack
ers and other descriptions of
F.A X(VV 15 1 SOU ITS.
All of uH-ritr quality aiul it t
Prices to defy Competition !
l'iirti'9 furnisTunir th ir own flour for !iii .reuJ, will hitve it
niutk' uj at tlit lowfst j!-ssiMo rat ?.
SHIP BREAD RE BAKED.
Onl.rs from the other i.-laiids promptly iitti-nded M.
iti 1 1! Kit l' I.OVK.
XT Orders in lion -ailii for shippini; to be 1. It with M.-ssr".
Wilcox, Ki. lnir.U V. Co., Oucen Street. 270-tf
Till K CO I A It T X K It S 1 1 1 ! 1 1 K K ET O VO It E
existing under the firm of
31 I' 1j ' 1 I II It N aV .".,
Has thin (lay been dissolved by mutual roust-tit. All pending
affairs will lie attended to l.y our successors.
tirsTAV c. MKi.nir.iis,
Ol STAY KK1.NKKS.
Honolulu, June GO, IStil.
HIE C.XI)EKM(iXEI) WILLCOXTIXI E
the Importing mul Commission Business, under the name
and style of
M EIA'II ERS A. CO.
ol STAV C. XIELCHEKS.
J. I. W li'KK,
K. A. SCHAl r EK.
Honolulu. July 1. lsol. 2T0-Hm
vew vork ii r.:: v i.i). ruiuiXE axd
X s Tune--, of .luii'- ;vn.i 11.
t-iidon l'.lu-inite.l and Punch, of May 11. IS. .itli.
San FranciM-o P.iil.-tiu and Alia of June JI and July fi.
The above with other latu papers for s;:le l.y
2t II. M. VS H'lNl.V
A. P. l-.Vl.ltb'IT. J. r. PoPK.
A T ' C rr I O K K R S
1(15 and lOT Cal . Street, San I'rancisco.
EJAUTICI'LAU ATTENTION (JIVKX TO
the Purchase, shi-me?it a:ei Sal.- ot Merchandise; f..r
war lui arid Transhipment of li...!-; tic- hart, rimr and sale of
Vessels; the suppliant; of Vthalcships and the ii.yot jatiou of
Advances mmle on Consignments. 2T0-ly
mi:i.ciii:ks v co
liks2o.ftr and (')itii:iiioEi
STONE STOKE. KAAIU MAM' ST.,MKNER MERC HANT.
AC.ENTS Kol; THE
Hamhi i'.hh-P.io mi n Eire Insi rani k Co.
Pionhh Flora Mills. Shi Kra'ici-co..
S lie of ASKOCT .M liHMIllllil'- SUT l-KCF.
Sale of Sic.ii:. Mol.is-ks ami oiih.k Haw aiian- Pa.iPtCE.
Con-inni.-nti re p.-ctfu'.Iv s-.liciie-l. and a'l or-1-rs from the
fitle-r i-.l..n.ts and al.roa.I, pr-auptly executed.
irsTAV C. Mtxi iin'.s. J I'. Wn iK, F A. SmiakiKr,
P.I--IIH-I1. Honolulu. Honolulu.
: r ai ih: i xiiekskjxkii wim.ovtih ks.
1 1 PAY ih- 1-t ..f Al'.il'sT. oje-n th- .r fire ,,. f -:,,re.
c-irner f i;:i-.-!i arid Kaahui iati.1 stn-ets :-s the JollllINli
M.I'AKTM I NT of th- tt.-ir
or I-rs Ir-.ni th.-oth-r 1-hnii!-' f -r surd
! carefully cTefUt.-d at th- l-. i t inark-t r i
i of j riot-d c .ro.iis ..f . v- ry -tyl .-m- n-ov I
i most c-mij.,--te ail-1 v:iri-- I a--'.i'trij.-rit of th
rtm. nt of i
: i iv.-r 'ooh pieees
oM-n.-r. 0, i,L' th- i
it . ls ev.-r off- red
! in t?ii inark- t to select fj-.-ni l-y the i:cc-.
1 IRY i. a il.s.
! 1. A H I HERN W A I! E and
j Sl N I'll I lis.
I N. P.. In th" ivh l---iri!-- d-l-ai trn.-nt. lllil'rohen i.ac'.a. y and
invoie.-s of --.-ls are ..ff r--.l :.t v. ry lo-.i rai--, to iu..k- room for
r.eir assorttn.-nt- expecte.l in the Eall.
i J.AMoN, liltEEN A- Co.
i Hoi.olulu, July 21. 1-01. 270-2t
Honolulu Free School!
Ml E II O Mil. I T.I F R EE SCHOOL WILL '
I- n - - -ii. .I :. 1. mill y Xi-il, :il .'c..,ck. A. M ., :
at w hich tune, all pupils .n .-in-r to th- -- h ! ar- r--...i.-t.-d to i
I he present. Th- s.-i.....l will in '..itnr- l- . livid d, th- lart'-r j
j i"i and L'irls will contiroi-- ui..-t th- chatv- f Mr. I -rahant, !
and the sii.aih r chi'dr- :. iv-il - phic.- l ir, t- r th- car- of Mi--, j
i .Arm-tr-.rn.'. wh..l.-a- l.--.-n -i.-.e'--1 f.r ;!..- priiaary d'-par'nieiit. j
J A f-w m-.re ehdlr-a -f f.r----i p ir- nts. eau he t-ik-a hi t.hi-
j school l.y t:ia-.i:.L- :i) ph -at-cii t- Mr. It ham. at the s-hool
: h-.u-e, ,,r to th- ui -i-r-i.-ri.-d. J. rl'I.LEK.
j H.ei. ;.il::. Ju'y -.:. s..l. 27"l-lt Sch-'.l .s.j-rii.t-t.det.t.
I XX ILL NOT l X" A NX" HERTS CON-tr:icT.--l
in niv t .ne-. -.i :th-.iit my written or l-r
H c.oialu. July 'l-i. 1 2oJ J . A 111'. I II M s.
1ST KECEIVEII EX V A N K EE,"
l.'s, bhi. extra new salmon.
FOR FAMILY USE,
100 half bhis Salmon. For s-l" bv
2o7-j - I'.UEWER A: Co,
IltlNOLCLC STI1A.I FLOCK MILL C o.
IT -pri' ..r i. V. JEM), ?. S A VI1GE, and C. II. LEVVtRs
. P. Jim-. I'ureh.'i-in; A-'e
s. SAVii.oK. s-ilii ir A-'- nt.
C. II. Lk i.ks. Treasurer.
CO I A 18 T S : ICS 13 1 1.
Sh RENNE1T hav,.," l-.-n .i:--.ii-d by
f SLf K.IIOS-.: Cl.-e.-t. tl- HI. hrS.-'l.-I
w..i;cI ;n ie :..' ' hat. (.-
Mr. A. .!. M'K-t.t.ev w.th l.iti.s. If un i.-r tL- siO
BENNETT & M'KENNEY,
i Who will c -.rr th
' old au 1 w. i! Kte-wn
i-::;nl-!- 1 t- Ih l:.. w
j A - .p; 'l t t'
j and ail W'.rn -- ir.e.t.
Tto.it inifl Sl.. Hij-inri. nt the
.,n-l in NtiJ .:i.i str-et. l..-r: a'.: onl-rt
, i.- ) r n.; tiy att.-.-i- d to.
- Er-ti' h I'alf -n iu always r.n ha:.d,
1 1. CIl-.- m! -I'l-.el. -ll t" cii-t. .if. rs.
WM. p.ENN LIT.
Bv E ,(.-. iilie.'.d ol' Iliv Mails.
V E ft X
ONE X" ( I
XX' !!! F.s TO R E-
J i 'I - 1 it t Ka
n.'Mi a:.-i Ecp li'-ws.
I s.,..u. ;
1 b-. ti
. i t oil
..mp:-t-d l-v h:i!
. i . - 'a--. A rr il-' i;.. til - h.ii e
ti - ALT A and IIP 1. 1.! TIN. (the
v i-..-;i--l y pickets 1 c:. aT'd
l i.ai.s 1 i-s Oil. a i ear. ft - tn n y u.-ws
h- I at any tai.-. 1!- th th-se are
h- wi! w-rth th- pri:--.
are i- -.-i-..-.i l.y ; eel E'r;-r.
I We. k V .-- 1 .' W..i I r C.l:
i-ar. he supph I at L.i'.iir I
j ilep- t C pi-s can I - I ;rt
1 i:..ii:im of, d..iil i-- -la t w.-.
I 1 r Th Coif -riiia pai
i nr.-n-i'.' rrt nt. a:.-l
I furn-.-ii re-uiar u"-.sci
! hr..i:j!i aJ 'her s -
xl--t.--.-i or ti. -rt- w.ll ne p-ue. to
i w.th ih'-m so-ti r than car. be had
!l M. Will fN IV
Hosou Lr, July 23. 1861.
Mr. FntTeu : In view of the deficiency in tbe
receipts of the American Hoard of Commissioners for
Foreign Missions, the current year, u benevolent
gentlemen has proposed to be one of ten or twenty
to make up the sum of one or two thousand dollars
for that institution. Who will respond to the call?
The undersigned will be mo.-t happy to record the
names cf parties who may feel incline! to do so, or
to receive their contributions in any way
agreeable to them. Resp. Yours,
S. N. Castle,
Ag t A. R C F. M.
l)i- KONAs IIiiNWiii.
?i i s:-" i.
"XXlll leuve 1 Iii1 win l'r
and intermediate ports,
On 'H INDU .NEXT, JUA 30th,
ai iiiiir-isi I. i. ir-t-i-ir.
ON MOXD.IV. A f(; I'ST r. FOR IIII.O.
ON TI ESDAV. AI t:i ST FOR KONA.
The Kllllai trips for the remain !er nf the year are intended
to W as follows: Wai ii.s: Honolulu
ON i lll KSIIAY. OCIOItER :t.
ON TH Ills' A V . MIVEM liElt H.
ON MOXDAV, DECE.MIil'.H
J N ION, CREEN Co.,
Houolulu. July 2J. 27U-U A-.ei.ts ll. S N. Co.
Tosmri'i nsoi' oil am wiialt-
, -e s- -v, i mr. i.ss ir is ....-.
1 - '&- .!.;....'....... r j u- .1 1 not il fin I In r notice .
t'-nf; e-.Vlre,ei.c Oil and h o. N-ne al A-apul.o. f-r
V 'Hjr-'.. transnort.itioii v ia Panama I y Panaii.a Rail
road to Asidliwall. a il Ilience l-y olill vessels to New York,
at the follow iiur rales through. Viz :
Oil, tell cents (lOc) p r tallol.
Whalt loue, two and one-quart er cents (J;c) per pound.
'-.M;, EOliliES BAIIl'iK K.
GROVEE k BAKBE'S
must ji:.:tin 3
AT CSKKATLY KEDUCKD I'IMCKS !
AT GREATLY KKLLCKl) l'KICKS !
AT (JKKATLY IIKIMT-i:?) l'JMCKS !
$60 and upward.
$00 and upward.
$60 and upward.
OVKK 'JO PKIi CENT. DISCOUNT!
OVER '20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT !
OYER 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT !
FROM OUR FORM F.R l'RICUS.
The jrreal success attendin- the iiitro.lu' tioii of our New ptyle
Family Sewing Machines in this Stale, (.is iu all oth. r.lhas
prompt.d certain unprincipled aud unD-hal-lv parties to enileavur
to force upon the put. lie certain inferior nici so im.h.
Olxoaj J I iieliiiit.1
Which eith.-r l.y le-al il junctions or from t!i-ir own inherent de
fects have lone since died out in the 11 intern s-tai-s.
IT IS OUR DETERMINATION
TO SUPPLY A
c; oo ) m vs. c i 1 1 tt i
AT A LOW PRICK,
That the pur.-hiis.-r may not as pa.-t instance ep- ri'-nre it- 'he
purch.l" r of o-.ie of ihe iiiis-n one I ("heap .sewing Mai hines,'- tk
dkah l arjtain and wa.-tk hi- s.istv.
Tlit AVorlsl-.i trie ICcpiifatioii
GROVER & BAKER
AMI THE I . ACT THAT
Have Wn ah-eady . 1, and ar- daily an 1 l.-.i:i!y m. rr-ly click
ins in every fuiar'.u-r of t!..- loh.-, pr H-iainni.L' in their u erriiig
action, H-rf. ct o ration a, id wonderful sunpl.city,
Their rndcuiaklr Stipfrioriy.
Is the ls t evid- ti.-e we ran a.. lie .,f :), - r.i r.ts.
The hi-h'-st i ff- rt of irn-i i,t:v-: j-eniii-Catioa
ot iiiechaiiical skill, a-id th- I"-',
undivided ami to
lie- lie l p.-rf-l t tl pi;-
pract.cal ic-ults of aii
V R E- EM I N E N E A tUi V I :
Are combine. 1 .n th-
fiHOVEL fV KAKKR
That this pre-cmiia i,-. has b.-. ri attau.. 1 isincontroiertit.lv
evuleiiced in their unprecedented and m. iea-in sale, and the
unqi:aufii-:i si;( kss
Atteiiilintr theia at
All the Fairs of X8GO,
WIlt- atraltist the nv.t p-ev-i fal an '. ui,r- n.ittu.s r-poi-ilion o!
rival Machines they have in ev.-ry it. -tan. . r.-ceiv-d th-
AVHKKLKU c: WILSON,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
.- KjK a cut
i ei. tii i.r ur k i' iii i i ii rmrr
R. G- BROWH, .agent,
:W! .lloiiloiiiery SlB'cei,
ALII OR Ma. -rMs-ti.u
CI I 11
II I! m S!
SA ai B
Jj II 111 I
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