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Tat .Unu liauw Company parket br.r Joitphtne
Irnml on Irurutay, bniiciu ft parriar Jl. W iUt,
A. W. Jadd. W.laoa ami S.ntth. and ahnat 60 native laborer.
tot further partamlan. w would refer to Capi. rejrt,
which will be f'und below.
The .Vafiaf nailed promptly nn Tuesday n. rrjmp, a dr
Uaed, ukinr a Biail for Kan f raneiaco and the East i ij 4 ictor.a.
In trade. havr nothing to note.
Ifce bark Comrt i new fatly due. having Urn absent forty
four dart Co-Jay, and may be lor ked t-r any hour.
Kur Toe a !liri Will MiittD. There are -hip- j
ewnrr who entertain the idea that if a veaaei ha cieu iriniuli ,
to purcb.1 the a Dehor. he i fully manned ; becauae thi, they ;
aay. ia the heaviest work they will be required to perform, Lit j
there ie a limit to thi kind of ealculatioo whw:h ramm ! paed
with aafety. Adanittmc that a ert ha a patent wuirl:a, j
Cunningham nf. and all the other labor -aarinz in. pr'vn.-r.t I
of the day ; y-t a certain numoer of ue:i are necr.ry t haul j
the y.-de round in tay and tu take rare of the o,ur. A 1
lew week eince we ahvweii how a fine veaej ajid m(t of her ,
crew were loat. because ne bad not wen enouirh to w-xk her I
moinaail in atay. While they were preparing to haul the a.l i
up aha? atrock bottom, and in ea than an hur waa a complete j
wreck. We allude to the Witchcraft ; but ah- I not the only ,
eael which haa been P.t under aiuh eirctinitr.-e. Arnm. a
hip may jriuj a leak, even a illiterate Iraa. which a full crew
night contend again t ; but which w..uld aoon ex,aut the ener
gies of a half crew. We regard all improvement fia- hgtiteturii;
the laoT of men. aa much added to the vhip . 'Hit if the num
ber of the men are diminiahrd as patent are in:reacl. it will
be difficult to repair any heavy accident , rurli the I' of a
mast cr a yard. It not unfrequeiitly happen that a veel
when in with the land haa her aila blown away by a fxiuall ;
sod that her aafety depend upon iiavinir orher ber.t as UMkty
aa pcaw.ble. This is a kind of work which punt cannot p- r
torra ; it must be done by .ami. and the more hand th-re are
to do it. the sooner will the ire.r le wade manageable. Homton
Moon's I'kswa ttt IIosjoImIh. in Auiiu.l.
New Moon. ...
First Quarter ..12
b. m. I iv. h.
2 22 M. ! Full Mmin....2t 1
S 44 A. j ImI Quarter. .JS 2
la.4TK.HT D.4TKS. rrrr at (bio OlDrr.
aa Francisco..... July 0 j Isintn.paT) May 26
New York, f paper;... June II I ielerapli.c . .June 1M
telegraphic Jane 25 j Ilonpkone May 15
Tahiti May lu Mydnry, X. 2. W Mar. 2i
Ski pa' .Mails
Fob Sas Fsa'lcico per Cornet. alut 20th tu 2jlh iu-L.
Fob Laaais per Nettie Merrill, tomorrow.
For Hilo per Nettie Merrill, to-morrow.
Fob Kola per Pteamer, Tuesday next.
PORT OF HONOLULU. H. I.
AKKI V tl.s.
2 Sch Mnikeiki. Nape la, from Kahului. with 43 brla mo
lasses, 40 bags Cour, 12 kegs sug-ar, 100 lags oh La,
i bags bran. 1 eaooe, etc.
3 Srb K'kauluohi. Marchant. fnci Kau anl Kona, with
A4 bags and 6 bales fuiunt. 43 bundles grat ekina,
4 rolls leather. 1 j hides, 7 ronia wooi. lut'O orangra,
SM tine apple, lo nogs, 1 horse. Faaaengera J
X Travis. U Jl .'palling, J M hittier, ail deck
1 Hch Keo.ii Ana. Bingham. fn Anahola, with S cords
3 Sch Muiokal, Jim. from Anah4a, with C cord wood.
4 Am hriganline Josephine, Mtone, frrmn IlowUuwl and
4 Steamer Kilauea, llerrill. from windwanl I'orta, with
4O0 sheep, in kegs sagar. 1 brl moUfse. 1 do.
3 boxes onions. 20 hogs, etc.
5 Sch KaJana. Henry, from Kauai, with IS cords wood,
4 hog;, and 9 deck passenger,
fr Sch Go-ahead. Hark, torn Moloao, with 8 cda wood
and pieces koa lumbar.
Sch Nettie Merrill, Borres, frota Ililoaud KuliaLa, with
1U0 bag pulu and 10 hogs.
1 Sch Karaof, Shepherd, for Lahaioa and Kahului.
1 Uch Jeaonette, Kalama. lor Maliko. East Maui.
2 8ch Odd Fellow, Can.latre.for NawiliwUi and HanalcL
1 Cca Warwick, John Bull, for Molokai
i teteamer Kllaoea, Berrill. fur Lahaina, Hilo and other
a Sch Moikeiki, Napela, for I.ahaina and Kahului.
5 ch Keoni Ana, itingham, for Anabola.
ft II. B. M.'i steamer Mntlue. for Victoria, V. I.
6 ch Kekauloohi. March ant. for Kona and Kao. Pas-
sengers J N Travis, J Whittier, J W f mith, and
about 40 deck passengers,
ft Sch KaJana, Henry, for Labaina and Hilo.
ft JScb Blame ha me ha. More, for Lahaina A Kalepolepo.
ft Sch Uo-ahead, Clark, for Aoahoia and Moloaa.
Tll HSltAY. Al (;r.sT v
Mln ur; iruti-; to vnnitv ; aii'l if wo art: to
judg? Ly th l'ji:JntM of our t!icial oriin t.
eij-s.; tli? jHjvf-rtv of th- Hawaiian i.vtrniij rt ,
fy itn quart rlj xJiifiiti-m of th- lllT'? s-tia-ti--ti'-
j;ir;nl-J Iw.-firc tl:e u;Ii', the same iiifir
luitv is shared lv g'v.-rniii?nt"i. It 1 a-1 -iiujjli
fr u in:ni of ii w-ak luiiiti to Lis ftilins
t the j.trn of the opiwil, Lut wh'-n a g.,vt-rn-nif-iit
Mt-k to xhihit its nak'-Jiieef a:J jAtrt v to
the gazing worM. it cre.'iteP a fe'-lirij; of 'hauie in
Lt je.ijj je; not rx-cauM; rJie is p"r, Lut Lvcau.
those who rhouhl njeaVor to Li'ie h.-r nak'il:i
liave j-j little .viujathy fr her. N-t otiteiit
with roLLing her of a gooly iiieorue and 'J''?trLy
iri in a lij-.asLiie, j doubling the imj-ort iuti s,
tiie growing and flourishing com tin rce (jf a jort,
which, under r rop-r nurture and care, wa.- d--s-tini-d
to ho!d tin j-..citioii of a central distribut
ing mart, our ministry now svek to frighten
away from u. ome who might otherwise be en-curag-d
to emigrate hither and jlant their
cajital and industry among us.
AH who are interej'L-d in the p rmanency of
the Hawaiian kingdom, its jTogperity and growth,
look with sorrow on the gp.-at fact which the
Htatistic of ach dejartmtnt of the public reve
nue mui-t show, viz : a retrograde movement, a
falling off iu the income. "Whatever may L. the
cause?, the fact (-till appears as patent Uf the
light of day, that the available public revenue is
ii tLe decline, and declining, too, in such a
ratio that Bomtiimig must te immediately done
to arrest it, or its effects will txri be witnessed,
pprcading like a plague of Kgypt, and cursing all
alike government and jieople, rich and poor.
Our readers well know that we have attributed
the first prime cause to the incompetency of the
ministrv, to the erroneous Tad icy pursued bv
Ie re now
r wii.it wj. ii v- at xttv mim i.ito in
i : : - I,.- ' . f i M t-t . 4 . . i - . t. 4 i
at ;ii t ;iw ii..L Is are
I even ii-i rtT. lrit, t)r.klz:
. a I-ST-
ionuer Years; hut t!io-e who--juigiueiit is r , oi.fn usao.e to rtrr.etucvr conirtx n p.i-e-iui.
shall require more than .H)0.0('l t. carry on
the gov rtiment on its resent La-is. Conse
quently when our revenue trom foreign imports
again realizes sl32.0'0. whieh was he sum re
; reived in 1859, we may find the cost of govern
ment s40U,000, and instead of slol'.OOO from
i that source, we ought to receive from it SO,(MtO.
The stern fact Mill remains, that under the
j new tariff, the receipts have largely decreased,
! as we predicted they would; instead of hating
increased to .lo2,70. as the ministry predicted
j would be the result. We say the fact is sueh,
and we must "face the music." All will see
that a great mistake Las Leon committed through
j the ignorance of the ministry, Lut the pxiplo
cannot now escape the consequences. In- gall
ing yoke must Ik? Lome, until it Lecomes intol
lerable. It will not do to sit down supinely,
fold our arms and say " we must look out
for nuiuLer one ; after us the deluge." To ig-
i. .wan t la. a r,fi.rif O.a i .9 1 1 n rra JBT ill vrifiv .V.
-f II- f a- ... . ; HVIt, UH I'll.?' lib rilU Ik a. il J11 '"5 Vl I IT. 1 4tJ.
fhim ifiil T 1 1 "k I t U fit 1 1 flit ) a:a4 sa mtts.kfa nk.l I
- im - a a waa.aji 'So a aV III! I1.. n tag llllllillTJ Uli'A I m I 1 1 f 1 J
. . , , , I Ihe people are and ought ever to lie, deetlv
:ll-ear 1 1 1 uifl urnmnlnma .-. . t . i. .. I .li.. .....u ,.f '41 .
acknowledge! benefit. TLis Las Income so appa-
rent, that public dissatisfaction is everywhere
! liable l liee that tile Mock is now much d
; ep-asil. with a decreasing consumption. If so,
tle-n the tariff has had a fair trial, and though
the receipts under it. ought to increase slowly,
v-ar Lv vear, as tle-v wouM under nni svstem
of revenue, y.-t the rate of increase will pr-.-bablv
fall Ladow what is was during the last
It d-e-s not help the matUr to argue that by
arid bye, at sme future day, six ir eight years
lience, perhaj, the revenue fr'ni duties will
again r,e equal to what it was in 1oS or 9, . Ii iy v: i I. -ihain i. ISn oiii
und-r the old laws. W'v muM le-ar in mind j h;m ml Ken'.skeikua, .'J1 miles
that the internal machinery of the government i tu K.-iva, 126 miles.
every year becomes more expensive and cumber- j C;i.; ,i $. The Knuv. channel is aVat To miles
some. To check the natural increase of es- j w;d ; the Oahu and Mi..k:ii ch'i:inel. '24 miks ; the
j-eiises is next t impossible. The C"St of the ' Molok-ki ar. l Miui ch:iiu:el, 10 m:'.es ; anl th II-i-'
government in 14 was .il3s.352; in 1M9 j ehit.nel, 'J2 ralks wide.
alout .il-O.OijO; in lCO. over .3M.ffiO. If I are- "f Hawaii h:s leen estltRjite i at
this is the ratio of incr-ase, then" in 1-7M. we l"' Jiat CIH). Oabu and Kauai.
eicli ; an'l the firo-i of tl;e twelve i! inJ :t aKtit
i OOOf) square inils. or u .S4'' '')') acres.
principal facts relating te 'ur gr ut' shou! 1 1-e tauii
Lar to every one.
A'jri .-. There are twelve i-!ainls in the irrcup
seven if which are inhabite-l. the ether five barren,
Lut visited ly native fishermen.
I'ff'ulntiun. Ac-.rd hg te the census of 1S'"U. :he
ppuiati-n was C9,-S ; of which "J.Tlo were fr
einerH. The population of Honolulu an 1 suburbs
is 14, CM ; ct' which l.O are f.-rvigricr.
Ui-lithCis. Fron Hno'.u'.u (in a direct line') tn
Lah.iina, miles ; to Kawaihae, 14 miles ; to
miles ; to Kealakeaku.i
to Kau point vii 1. 1-
Hilovii Ki.hali ptint, '21 i
Fruia IL r;i lain
Naval. H. II. M.s Steam sloep-of-war .Vud'nf,
left this pert for Victoria, oti Tuesday inori.ing. The
fuliiiwing is a list of Ler -racers :
I'oT.-irrttitid''' Will; hi, Or-iJiiTil.
I.i u t nun ?t I'. 1 lt -ham. J. llruc.
M i'ti r 1". I'rii k- :t.
StritoH . C.i::iern ; A
''ivvinf rr J. 11. Mt-Ilv-.y
t.n'ii'irer ,1. i''ian! ; A
.V t'tsn ij'tn'in V. J. Luc.i-.
hri l: 11 lrin.-!i.
i'tirpfutfr S. I'.mm-tt.
lioritru iiitt J. 1'. Vat
O. A. c-f.
-tant-, K. J. liutl.T and W.
an;-. T. l'u--!:iiii. J. La nil atii
Kravorf mf tria.sitiiw JsMM-phiwr.
Cape W. C. ftooc reports SaiWd from Honolulu Jane l&th.
ia tho aftrraona. ArriveJ at lloa) land's Island morning of the
Silh. and sailed aralo the same nlRht ; eame to at Baker's
laiand the neat momins- found there ship Aiterion receiTins;
earajo, and ship F. W. Bailey waiting her turn. June 29, left
Baker's and came to tlosrland'a Island ; returned to Maker's
Island anin on the 9th July f 13h. left for Ilowland't Island,
arrired there, and sailed at 6 P. M. for Ilooolalu.
Cap. Bnnert Hutchinson, Wm. II. Webb's agent at Baker's
Island, died on the 1st of July, of lock-jaw, eadsed by injuries
received on board ship Aatenon while engaged in laying a moor
log on the 13ib Jane. The same ship took his remains borne.
Bark Crusader sailed May ii, with 850 tons, for Hampton
Ship I! lack Hawk arrived May 19th, and sailed June 6th,
wit a ISflO tons.
Phip Asterioo arrived Jane 16th, and sailed July 2d, with
Ship f. W. Bailey, arrived June 30, from Melbourne, and
sailed July 13, with 9SO tona.
The following whalers were at Baker's Island: Ship Cam
beta, Pease, Jane 35; ship Alabama, Coffin, Jane 39 ; bark
Addison. Pearce, Jnly IX
XT We are Indebted to A. J. Cartwrigbt, E-"V, for the fol
lowing report of the ship Cambria. Pease : Jane 26, 1900 brls
wb, 2SO brls sp whole voyage, 2.100 brhv. Krporta, June Uh,
called at Jams Ialand and f sand the party ashore well ; 23d.
called at Mi Krmn's Islaikl, fiaand all well there, ami the bark
TritMtt about half katded.
XT Brig Frtafitc, Kk-boionl,2f day fnfn Port Townaecd,
rrtvrd at Hilo July 29. with lumber and spars to T. Spencer.
pressed, and puhlic oiiGdenee in the integrity
and ability of the ministry m shaken that a
change is alxolutely demanded. The department
of Finance especially, is the main sprinj; of the
national credit and prosjurity, and its jH.sition
should Ik Kieredly uardl ; il i falls into
discredit, the industry of the jq.le suffers with
it, arid the burdens ii.ipov-d on them lieeome lesn
easy tu Im; lrne. To regulate ii, and dvis
ways anil nitari to meet tlie jii!.'ic wautu, re
quires ilnaneial ahilitv, skill and integrity of the
1E?J-7S fu1nf;'7 'is't order s.eond to no other i the
basket grapes. 2 rolls leather, Ui ft koa lumber, ' . . , '
Kinpioiu. i'urinpliie pit.i two or three years
that dejiartinent l;uke.l the adminisirative
ability which it nhould have nj.iy-i, and as a
consequence, every reform' einanatin- in it,
and the principal political clianrn carried into
effect, liave unfortunately ln?en ohnovious to the
true interests of our commerce and injurious to
the public revenue. The Ptatistics which the
government inprr very f.olishly parades before
the public, see Polynesian of July 20, afford
ample evidence to pupjwrt this position.
We have steadily maintained, from the timo
an increase in the tax on the necessaries of life
wan first proposed, and a reduction on liquors,
whieh, in our port and traffic with shipping,
may be viewed wdely as luxuries, that the prac
tical effects of these changes would lie to reduce
the importation and consequently the consump
tion or re-exportation of tho necessaries of life,
at the eame time depriving our government of
the revenue derivable therefrom, as well as from
spirits. In bringing forward proofs, we can only
speak from jwist experience ; but all the statistics
obtainable up to this date go to sustain the posi
tion taken by this journal, that an increase of
tarts on the necessaries of life decreases the con
sumption of them, and consequently decreases
the aggregate of industry engaged in the pro
duction and supply of them. This is an axiom
of political economy so well established in old
countries, that we have always lielieved its
operation would be the same here. And a
corollary deduced from it is, that as the indus
try engaged in trade and commerce receives a
blow from heavy duties, so likewise government
revenue must partake of the injury. If we refer,
then, to the statistics of the past three years,
we shall find this position sustained. We will
give now the imports and duties for the first
six months of each of the three past years,
which will show the operation of the two tariffs,
premising that in lco9 the old fee yer cent.
duties were in force on merchandise, and $5 a
gallon on spirits; in 1800, the same duty on
merchandise, but the duty on spirits reduced to
3; in 1SG1, ten per cent, on merchandise, ?
teen on toluicco, cigars and opium, and 3 on
fpirits. Let us compare the three years :
159 6mo COo.S4a,7I .'iT;H3.67
I- - 7u2.4ol.iS M.ai7,U
Isol 226,414,03 l.'J2i,6J
Figures are stubborn witnesses, which cannot
be inqieached. When urging the passage of the
new tariff, the ministry predicted that the reve
nue derived from it would amount to .12,7S4
per annum. The first year in which the tariff
lias been in full force has just closed, (June SO,
1SC1,) and we find produced under it a total
revenue of 103.240,60, instead of 152,7S4;
and a falling off of 10,37 ,02 in the receipts of
the first half of the present year as compared
concerned in the welfare and prosperity of the
government, for their interests are identical. The
government can Isirrow money a little while,
so long as its bills and interest art; promptly
met, or till capitalists, who provide the necessary
means, begin to inquire very suspiciously how
much the liabilities of government are, and
whether it can really fulfill all its promises to
pay. There is a limit beyond which govern
ment cannot lorrow its live or ten thousand a
month at its option or call. That eriod may
arrive, if we are not careful, sooner than antici
pated. To guard against it should be our aim,
and to maintain the public credit Jdioiild le the
first ob'eet of the government, to which all
other questions should subserve.
Anotiilr Runaway. As our worthy townsman,
II. Ititnond, Kto., was drivinz his wagon alonir Kine
street, ami when near the cellar being du upuosite
the llethel, a native on horseback backed against his
horse, and broke trie of the shafts of the vehicle,
at which the hor?e btcatne frichtened, turned sud
denly, upsetting the wagon and throwing Mr. V.
some distance, bruising his sMe and one of his hands.
In the upturning, the horse broke clear and prevented
Naiikow K-cavk ritOM Iirowmno. We hear it re
ported, that while several young ladies were enjoying
a surf hath, at our Brighton, at Waikiki, on Tuesday
hist, a receding roller carried two of them beyond
their depth, und but for the presence of mind of a
third, who succeeded in alarming a native, who put
off in a canoe, would have been drowned, or eaten by
sharks, of which the native reports several as being
around when he took them from the water.
1HK lulvi- srmii A .New lor, tirrmaii piper,
the .i-.t ; .i Tt - iKveniiig (.i uettc), gives the
best statement we tiave seen of the vsrivus points
cf Queen Victoria's proclamation, h present's the
case as follows :
1. The right of the rebe's to issue letters of
rcarque is recognized. Acoorlirg to the iaw of
nation., privateer have a rich t t. brini: rh.'ir iri-
' zes ir.to netitrsl p. r:s. It i- tr':o that c..urt to coti
, dea.a them do t sit in uca ports, but only in the
j ports vt the country issuing the letters an'i cf its
allies. Rut according to universal usage, a prize
court, sitting elsewhere, may condemn, n cotu
, mri.::!,, the prizes brought into neutral ports, and
. such con lenmati. n is recocnized as va'.id ly the
neutral country. Accordingly, American ships
j captured by Jeff. l.ivis pirates can be carried into
' h'nglish pert-, and kept there till they have beeu
condemned at New )r:eai:s, Savannah, or Charles
ton, a-nd then Sold.
2. England would rec. gtr.ze the blockade of a
; northern port by one of P.ivis' pirate vessels, jast
as it recognizes a blockade of the rebel port by the
feder il fleet. Now there are in the northern coast
' of the Union a great number of small ports, which.
as our limited Beet cintiot W everywhere present
; could easily be blockaded f, r a few days by the
, llavis sea robbers, long enough at least to se::e a
number of vessels. The vessels thus seized would be
regarded by KnglanJ a- legitimate captures.
England admits tlie right of the 1'ivis piiaies
' to search shirs sailing under the Uritsh flag for
! joods contraband of war. About the right of search
! in time of peace there is difference of opinion ;
; but everybody agrees that in time of war the armed
j vessels of a belligerent have the right to search all
vessels under a neutral flag. If England had not
' proclaimed heraelf neutral, and had net recognized
the Davis brijands as ' belligerent,' no Iavis pirate
would have searched aa Euglish vessel ; but now
this is permitted.
4. Every Englishman residing in the United
States who in any manner, even as a bearer of dis-
patches, performs a service for the lawful govern
ment makes himself thereby liable to punishment
under the laws of his native land, not to mention
that he will thereby brine upon himself the sov
ereign displeasure " of tjueen Victoria.
o. No English steamer can take as freight for the
lawful government of the United States, arms, am
munition, or anything that Jer. l'avis may declare
to be contraband of war.
C. No manufactory of arms in England can ex
ecute orders for the government of the UniteJ States
without being liable to punishment, or at least
without bringing upon itself that ' sovereign dis
pleasure, which every English manufacturer will
uesire 10 avou. .iijs.. pi
AOVKRTISKKS AKK SPKCI ALLY RE
QrKSTKO U li.ni.l in their Hilv.-rtisi-nient as
earlv as tuav le convenient.
. f :.e IV
Mr. Ei-ip.h : V'.low me to refer to jiur articie in
I,,.- Ii.r w.,,. iii,,er heal of " A school
j wanted." ai.d make a little explanation for the bene-
fit if your Waimea correspondent. You are un
! doubteJ'.y correct in saying that an English school
is me ut. as Government provides native schools m
! every district to accommodate the entire native
! population ; but, in regard to English school.
' although it dos not take the initiative, yet it does
; aid those English sc!kh Is which have been irgauized
i aceorJii.s to law (see Civil Code. sec. T41 and on.)
,' and there are now ten or a dozen English schools on
the several large islands receiving government aid
according to the law referred to.
i OXK -.NTERKSTKO IN E.NoLlslI S'HOOLS.
i As the President of the Hoard of Education
(Governor Kekuanaia.) is about to make the tour of
Hawaii, we would advise our Waimea friends to con
fer with him in regard to their troubles, and he will,
no doubt, se them righted.
H. HACKFELD & 00.
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
The Cmi-o-o !
IIi,.iiovM,iiii 1 Jfiyr
TO AKRIVK IX ALbSKl'TEMBER.
OXSlSTIXi: OK A KV AMIM'LEX.
. 1 a a' ... I'l.!.! -). t.ri.1 Vrfn.-ri c-im
LIOR SAI.K 11V T II K
HOX OR TIX. It
K. O. 11 ALL.
JAS. J. O'DONNELL,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
S HYP Ii A I' I.H" R IS. I.1FTI ; Vote
'iTS l'uir., Hhi!i Tul'S. V asli Slali is. Water t'loset.a, et-.,
htte.l up in the tv; manner. Ail work done at the
try li.we: rate an.l rUl s.itii'aoii"U wiirranti'd.
.l.-titiiinr puneturilty uttfn.ltHl to.
Wurksiiop or. Kau hi: m aim Street, nearly ojiposite Mr. J. F.
ATA meetim; ok i.aiiaixa sugar
;i Cetiipauy. rei'l at Latiama on the 'Jol inst.. H. licl.en
aon was elected l'resi.lent; C S. Hurtow. SiTetary; and I. H.
Treadway. Ksj.. Tr-aarer. Versions deairous of Suhvnt'inif
for stok in said Company, will please make applteatiiut within
The Treasurer will I in Honolulu, with the Charter and Mv
Lawa of said company, next we.-k, and may le ae.n at the
oftice of W. '. I'arke. Ksq. C. s. UAKToW,
I.ahaina. July Jti, Isol. 271-1 1 S-.-rel.ary.
vi 1 1 t oo i jj:g i: :
Hat Kapertrrf rrana KorriKa I'oria.
Am. ttsirk Camrt, ?ir.lth. wnakl Irsre Sao Fraociaco about Jalr
2Siia hm Auf. 6 to 10.
Am. clipprr hip Xaanlicht, Creek, would leave Fan Francisco
abort AanaaC 1.
Britah lark Tbocoa Dantol, to aail frmn Liverpool on the 20th
J ana. rUh aa aaaia; te-t rarjro to J anion, lire n Jr. Co.
Haw. nrlMWDrr LthoUbo, tVjatiianl, from M'Kran'a Islaixi rloe
in all lowaa.
A.a. britfanuae MorniD; ftar, Orlfflt. from Mk-rorvraia due
abotU Srpt. I.
Tba? HanovrrUn hrig SVhwinirr, Cap. KoknnalW. 400 ton
capacnw, Irft HiwiIhwx April S3, with ao aaaonnl enrgn to
liaealHal r C.
Am clipper hi Kadura, Bavndrtt. aailrd from Boaton for Huoo
lulii May lt, with carjro anl mrrcbandiae to C. Brrwrr
A Co. dor rpt. 1 in 4.
xotks or Tin: h i:i:k.
IIokseback E.xtitfisE. Of nil modes of exercise,
whether for ladies or gentlemen, there is none more
healthful or invigorating than riding horsehnck,
when it is daily and regularly practiced. Walking
is healthful, and so is riding in carriages, but eques
trian exercise, by stirring up all the nerves, muscles
and blood, imparts more benefit to the system than
both the other modes named, particularly in our
enervating climate, where sufficient exercise is not
always obtained. More than half the caes f con
sumption might be cured, or at loust life greatly pro
longed, by constant and systematic horseback exer
cise. Washington Irving resorted to this mode of
exercise, and it undoubtedly prolonged his life several
years. With all his cares of state. Lord Palrnerston,
now 75 years of age, finds time to ride eight or ten
miles each day, which, combined with a robust con
stitution, enables bini to perform a vast amount of
lloBBEHY and Detkction. On the afternoon of
the 31st nf July, while Mr. Leonard, who resides on
King Street, on tbe premises of C. II. Lewers, Esq..
was absent At the Arrsory of the II. P.. Co., a thief
entered his room through the window, and breaking
open a trunk, took therefrom a watch and chain,
some finger rings, anj other small articles. I'pon
returning, Mr. L. missed the nrticles, and upon in-
OjUiry, learned that n native who had been employed
in the lumber yard, hai left the premises a few min
utes before. Mr. L. traced the man up town, took
him into custody, and uiurchej hitn to the station
house, when, upon examination, the watch was found
in his hat. Subsequently, he gave information which
led to the recovery of the balance of the property
Pkm: Vakincj Ue. From Captain Borres, of the '
2t ttie Merrill, we learti that Kilauea is quite active, i
and has been fr about a week past. The light has '
been very bright, and was distinctly seen from Hilo. ;
Kalauiopuu" also informs us that "The volcano
is iu a state of intrust" act on." Our ' responsible" ;
being on tlie spot, we may look for a full account j
next week. !
Another Roi;i:kky. Sometime during the night j
of Tuesday, the residence of a native, on King street, i
was entered, anil a trunk taken therefrom which con-
tained S'140. The truuk was found in a lane, where
it had been broken open and the money taken out. j
No clue, as yet, as to the th'ef.
HOXOI.l lai' K1FI.F.S ATTKXTIOX.
Regular Drills will he held at the Armory of the Corp
in 1'r.dav eveiiimr of each weil, at 7j o'clock 1. M.
I'er order :
JOHN II. DROWN,
Uko. Tiiom is.
Head ya iro rs Honolulu Rifles,
August S, ISrtl. U72-lm
Foi IvOXA, IIiMvaii.
The War SrntiT at IIi;.o. We learn that the
"Spencer Invinciblea" number some eighty strong,
and that more were joining every day. We wonder
what friend Thomas intends doin with them.
metier on Welnes.lay, Auc. 21-
Candidates tor admission will lr rxaminel on Tueaday prr
cee.liiip, at 10 o'clock. A. M. I'unetuality ia desired.
In IM-Iialf of the Trustee.
271-.it K. W. CLAKK. Secretary.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
From the BREWER PLANTATION,
Now cumiu in, and for sale by
I'. HKKWKR 2o.
Honolulu, July 1. 1SC1. 270-i'in
FA L L S ly
Drv Goods, etc, etc.
Fancy I'rinu, nr tylt; white eround do do do.
Fancy and apot Swiaa Mualin,
Mualia Kohe and Kmini: lireaa.-i.
White Shirting. difliTont nualitira,
1 Mark and Plue Cotton Velvet..
! W hitr and liah Mlrklr.,
j Plain Ulack Lustre Orleans and A!;aec.
Whltr Cotton I'rllla,
! Superior black and colored Alpacca.
Blue ttuml Alparra,
Black and colored Coburfr.
Suieruir Woolrn Thihrta,
Wointri iAatinp:, Mack, blue and rren,
U4 bleached Tahlr Pamaik,
Colored Tahle lamak.
huirrior Mack and Idur Broadcloth,
Superior blue twilled Flannel, Spaninh tripc.
SuHrior white and colorni Flaiinel,
tlingham. new styles.
White and rink Bed guilt.
White Welt and Uuiiling,
Brown and white Linen Turkish Towel,
Asaortnirnt of flue Linen,
I. in. 'ii Cambr.c,
SUGAR, SYRUP AND MOLASSES !
From East Maui Plantation.
For sale in quantities to suit, l.y
H. HACKFKLO & CO.
Honolulu, July li'i. 1SC1. 270 Cm
II O TV 0 1 U 1
Steam Biscuit Bakcrv.
"Will l-o I loitol til ti Tor
rZr We would call the attention of our readers to
Henry Allen's card, in our advertisement columns, j AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
as a new feature in the furniture business. j TrTtlllV VPVT I .lOaU
i On I lLSiJ.il ALA 1, August 13th,
At half-pal 4 I. M. prrrixrly.
"Sif The polj mod il for best drilled member of the
Honolulu Rifle Compuny, wiis awarded by the Com
iiiittte to Sergeant II. Voelker.
KrT- 3. - TM avaal W4 -fia.
The Mnrqiieiiin Ialnmla.
We alluded lust week to the report of the Hawaiian i
I Missionary Society. From that pamphlet we ex-
tract me ionowinz account ot tne group irom the j
pen of Ir. Gunck :
Thk Mabqi ksas Islands. There are but six in
habited islands in the croup. Three of them Fa-
! tuiva, Tahuata and Hivaoa lay to the south, and
j are called the windward islands, in relation to the
j so-culh-J Southeast trades ; the other three, Uahu
j na, I'ap-ju, and Xnuliiva, are called the leeward,
j formerly the Washington Islands. All these are in
! euch relation to each other, that but little difficulty
' is experienced in etnp'oyine the trade-winds, which
here blow well from the East, in ("ailing from one
lsianu to me outer or tne wimie group.
The Knnai trip for the remainder of the year are intended
to lie a follows: leaving Honolulu
! O.V Tlll'RSDAV, OCTOBER 3.
i O.V TIU'KSD.IT. XOVEMUER 14.
O.V MOMAV, If.CKMHKR 30.
J AX ION, GREKN tf Co.,
Honolulu. Aup. S, 1S61. 272-lt Agents II. S. N. Co.
II ' It I
ALK and PORTER,
T S-i ?V
The srrcatesf distance between any of these islands
Lpon examination before rohce Justice R. G. Davis, I is between llivaoa anj Lapou about fifty miles,
he plead guilty and was sentenced to serve one year
in prison at hard labor.
Wmtm ttur Oraao Ilsta rr J-iaephirir. A nr. 4 Samuel tj
Wilder. Jam D Hazue. Allan W Jodd, William Wilaon, Mr
Bmiih, and 60 oauv labocr ra
ce aarwts a.
From WiataitD PoaTa par Kilauea. jio. 4 Priorr L.
Kaoatiaoeria. IT S P Font, Mr Comwell and 3 children. Mra
Valamlnc. Mra Lamnot ami chikl.Mr Pnor, Mr Wirt. 2 Miar
Kravkr. Eavia Kalakatva. L-rl llxalrlra. R Oillilond. W C
Laoc. Joho Davia, Maaccr SaI Mary 19 cabin, and 123 deck
For Wispwaao Poara par Kilaora. Auiruat Hi Exrel
tney Mavrronr Kekoanantv, Princraa V. Kaahatnaao. Ir W rt-
mon and daucatrr, Satnoai H VomteU and wife, Mr S'tott, Mra
BMr, C 11 Koraarell, Tboasaa Krr-ran. John CatCanacb. Mr
Moino 12 carnn. and arwat HO iteck pasaraerr.
froca Hilo par Mettir MrrriU, Aasroat 7 lloo John II and
wuV. U Coupcr, J Irwi.1, Mr Aiko, ooe othrT, and ii catiTr on
IiMaLua At lido, oa the lt inaL. br Rr-r. T. Coaa.
Jobs I Aianciate JuMicc fopmw Court, to Mia Malrka,
daufherr of Kaapa. an old rraident of Hilo.
Cot. a To thia rity, A a rust S, of eonomption. Thocnaa P.
Coi. a;4d 27 year. H aaa natlrcof KiivatoB, Ma. Ilia
parrot art rmdin; in NewtMnrport. not State. Ilia funeral
nt attended t Uie Maaoole and Odd Fclkiwi' Lodge, of atbich
aocurUea b waa a mrDbcr.
ESOLAXD ASD THE BLOCKADE. The MaSMChuSCtU
Spy of Jane 5th, sys :
Congress will soon meet and give England a new
question to consider; and then we snail
have another queen proclamat-.ss. and
than in the pretest one, we shll read peace or war
with her government. Congrta will, of coarse, de
clire that the ports in tbe rebellious states are no
longer ports of entry; and the closing of tho porta
will no longer be by blockade. Tbey will cease to be
open ports. While tbey are closed by blockade mere
ly. England may as international law in regsrd to
blockades, and insist that the has a right to enter any
port of entry, wbre the blockade is not entirely
effectual. But when it ceases to be a port of entry.
this device wiil no longer serve.
Therefore, we are carious to ?e how the govern
ment of Great Britain will deal with tbe case when it
is presented in that form. To insist on entering
neb closed ports will be an act of war. Interna
tional Lav does not allow it to be anything else. We
do not believe that Lord John Rasseif. or Lord Pal
rnerston. or anybody else representing that govern
ment, .will make each war on as. They will with
draw fro an their present position, and discover that
tb M two parties. or nations, between whom hos
tilities have commenced." actually belong to one
minrntatrL It will be a ufeful atudv to watch thin
matter attentively. j
Nfw Native Pater. It has been proposed by
several of our most intelligent and influential na
tives, who have become dissatisfied with the Vie, to
commence a new paper, which may give them more
foreign new?, as well as an insight into what is
The other chaunels are from !25 to S5 miles in width.
I The distance between ratuiva, the most Southern..
and Xuuhiva (or 'ukahiva,) the most Northern, is
only 11') miles, about the distance between Oahu
and Hawaii, from which it will be seen the group
covers but a fniall portion of our ocean.
The individual islands are also very small. There
are four of them, Fatuiva, Tahuata, Uapou and
Uahtina, whose long diameters are only about eight
mi!e, about the i-ize of Kahoolawe. llivaoa and
going on around town. Tbey should count the cost, j Ntiuhiva are re-pectively 22 and 17 miles in length
rHllIK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
m. existing Ix-tween the uiidorsiiid under the style of
" Kitsori & Hart" is this day dissolved ty mutual ennaent.
chas. f. ii art.
Honolulu. July 1st, IStil. 2i-tf
TMIEI VI)ERSICEI) WOULD RKS
crtful!y inform hi friend and the puhlic generally that,
the Honolulu Steum Biscuit llakery heinj; now in full oeration.
he is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Hread, Water Crack
er and other description of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Parti-s furnishing their own flour for nlii bread, will hare it
nxaile at tlm lutt povHlle mi.
SHIP BKEAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
XT Order in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Mesgri.
Ucox, Richards t Co., yuoen Street. 270-6m
A aplendid aortment of Silk for dreaa.-, luteal ty!e.
A small n-.sortn.-nt of Silk Muiiiiila.
White Camhrir Silk Handkerchiefs,
Litiru Camhric Handkereliirf,
lilk and Ok'J i'oIM silk t'rarats, Tie and IlKiidkrrcld-fs,
do lo do JSt-winp Silk, do fir Kmrroid-ry,
Aaaortmout of lilore and (iuuntli ta, of kid, (ilk, burk and Lisla
lllack silk Hat Ribbons, plain and fancy i!k Hounet lUbbon,
ltlack Silk I'mbrellas,
Suerior black L'rape.
Illue Tilt ReefinR Jackets,
Ulack A I paces and cloth coata and aacka,
Ulack and blue cloth I'aiita,
Assortment of fine buckskin I'ants,
Assortinent of cotton I'ants, white Mar ille Vesta,
Hickory Shirts, white cotton and fancy colored Shirt.
White cotton Shirt with linen and muslin hoviras,
Scarlet and blue flannel Shirts,
Silk and fine lambswool I'ndenthirts,
l'iuk, white, brown, and fancy ktriped I'ndershlrts,
Large assortuient of cotton and ilk Sock and Stocking,
Suerior frray and white merino Sock and Stockings,
Silk and cotton F.lastic Susendera,
Rlack silk Haw,
Gent's browD and white Leghorn Hats, new styles, trimmed,
Gent's French felt Hats,
Ladies' and children's Leghorn Iiata, trimmed.
TIIE FIRM OK LETT Jk.
iNNETT having In-en dissolved by
mutual consent, the undersigned
frive notice that he has asso
ciated Mr. A. J. .M'Kenney with himself under the style 01
XT The undersigned is authorized to settle all the aff.iir of
the late firm, and will continue the business at the old t.md on
his own account. JOHN' RITSOX.
for publishing a paper (Native or Luglish) ia no
child's play, and many a fool's money has been lost
in such adventures. Still a good, reliable and in
structive native paper will jay well, provided a
man of tbe right stamp has tbe control and man
agement. Thk Cattle Diseafk. Dr. Ford having returned
from E. Maui, iu tbe Kilaxiea, where he had been
to examine into the cause of the death of c it tie,
noticed in our last, times, that from the evijence
obtained, and the appearance of the bodies exam
ined, he attributes it mostly to the drinking of stag
nant water. Mr. Eugene Cil, of Waikapu, is the
greatest sufferer, having lost some oO head, includ
ing four yoke of working oxen. We hope we have
with the same jeriod of the jretir previous
There ii no mistaking the ,lain facts aud j 0f Maui, had died under peculiar circumstances.
figures. The Ministry, and other silly throrisLo,
rejonel tliat our j-or.Ie would just as soon pay
a ten per cnt. tax on the necessaries they ron
sumed as five per cent. It wan perfectly ridicu
lous. Thej might a well have ra?oiied that for
a capitalist to r.iio his rents live j- r cen. would
make no difference with h i- t'n;infs; r for the
poverntnent to reduce five per rnt. on the inter
est it pays for its loans, would mak" no difference
in the facility with whieli it could lorrow.
"An inch added to a man's who" i. an enor
mous elongation so. to-), an extra five per cent. Stw giUP Yard. A ship's launch has been deck
taken as a tax from a conuin-r' pur-- is very e-1 over anl Elwp-rigge.1, at Baker's I.iand, to run
6ensihly felt. ' between Haker's and Rowland's Islands. It will no
from East to West about the hize of Niihati nni J
J Lanai. 1 lie wliole of the inhabited and the un:ti-
habited of the Marqtisan IslanJs together woull
give f'tit little more superficial area than Kahoolaw ,
Lanai, Molokai and Niil.au.
The romantic scenery tf the Marquesas Islart
has been the theme of many pens. It is certainly .-.
rugged land, and presents as great varietv of r-
trotts formation and arrangement as could convia j
iently comport with its igneous origin. But i-t
should be borne in mind that it is principally tij- j
romance of rock and rockines. The points, hertJ-
lands, elitf-", nitnparts, ridues, chasms, towers, nte- i
j dies, cones, turret, and pinnacles, are nearly all j
bare, black, frowning, arid. rock. A short yelkw j
grass does indeed succeed in rooting itself over ceo- j
j siderable portions ; but the eye wonders restless:j, I
! and with pain, to find a' little relief from some paih I
of green. Such patches are indeed found in sorte-
of the valleys, and a'e all the more beautiful frua
The undersigned will lease on shares for a tt-rm of
cears, in lots of from 50 to 100, young orange trees, 10
vears old. and now beginning to bear, t's of land for
cultivation, with pasturage free. Apply to
II. N. UREENWKLL,
272 3t Kelakenkua, Hawaii.
COI A It T, i:i I S 1 1 ff I.
BENNETT 6l M'KENNEY,
Who will carry on the Hoot nitd Shoe IiiiHiiM-aa. at tbe
old and well known stand in Nuuanu Stm-t, where all order
entrusted to thi tn, will lie promptly attended to.
A good supply of the best French Calf skin alway on hand.
and all work guaranteed to give satisfaction to rust.imers.
J67-;im WM. BKNNKTT.
Sujieiorr Knglish Saddles, hogskin all over, complete,
Imitation hogskin seat Saddles, coniplet.
Silver plated bit' and tirrui.
Iron tinned bitta.
A MACHINE BLACKSMITH.
TO XE Bl'T
A C,OOI WOKKMAX XKED
27J-tfHONOI.L LL IKON WOKKS.
ni.AKTKR HAS 15 E E X (JKAXTEl) BV
the Hawaiian Government to a Company cxllid the
Waimka ItBAiSG ami A.Riri"i.TrRAi. C'omi-anv, for the purpo..e
of rar-yinon ailrazing and Agricultural business on the Island
of Ha vaii The MIowinir jK-rsons have been elei-ted officers fur
the hist year : "VV. I., lip-en, rresiclent ; tleurge C. McLean,
S'-cretary and Treai-urer ; Fram-is Spencer, Manager on Hawaii.
Iiy tlw Charter, the liability of each Stockholder is limited to
the amount due upon the share or shares held or owned by him.
(iEO. C. .Mi l.i;.X, Secretary.
Honolulu, Aug. 8, 1SS1. 272-;ira
rWMiK COPARTXEKSIIII' HERETOFORE
ac existing under the firm of
m EiMix:ns at o . ,
Ha this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All pending
affairs will be attended to by our successors.
(il STAV C. MKLCHERS,
Honolulu, June 30, lSf.l.
Liquors, Wines, etc.
Super 'or Holland Gin, la Basket,
do do do case,
dT Port and Sherry Wine, in caaei,
lit. Is Byass' Ale, in quart! and pints
Cialor.a, S. M.
heard the last of this plague, but it is rumored that
several head cf cattle at Kauapali, on the west end ; the great, preponderating contrast; but they are f
' sucti comparatively limited extent they ao not vcr
j materially change the general scene
TiunTY-riRsT or Jclt at Hilo. From our cor
respondent, Kalaniopuu." we have a short descrip-
j tion of the manner in which the Hilo people enjoyed
i themselves on the 81st. Salutes were fired morning,
j noon, and night, from on shore, and a fine salute was
; fired from the brig Francisco, at noon. The brig
j was tastefully decorated with flg, and made a
j very fine display. The natives amused themselves by
i firing crackers, running foot races, climbing greased
; poles, and eDjoyed themselves generally.
The Marquesas Islands are probably, with the
i exception of the Galapagos Isl mds, which are how
j evt-r uninhabited, the most barren, unproIuctitT,
! a.id commercially unimportant of the basaltic
groups of the Paoifit: Ocean. They furnish wotJ
! and water to ships, together witii a few breadfruit,
1 cocoantits, bananas, pigs aud fowl, and objects f
licentious desire. Bnt it is hard to see what objt-et
i of healthy commerce they can le made to produce ;
j or how, as civilization dawns upon them, tliey
I will be able to purchase the few foreign wares and
! fabrics their limited population will need. Stock
! may be raised and is already multiplying on some
! of the slopes, and sweet potatoes may be raised ia
or near the valleys ; but there is no prospect of any
considerable market for them.
The total population is only about SoOO; llivaoa
I TiiimluniK. Kilt SVMl on. VmiblT-a li'TWI tn 1ST
Old Copper and
I! ii I lock Horn
Jl'RC'IIASF.O AT THE HIGHEST MAR-
m. K tT PUICK, by
1IIE I'XDKRSIKXKI) WILLt'OXTIXl'E
the ItuiKiriiiig and Commission Uusiness, under the name
and style of
MKLCHERS &, CO.
iil'ST.W C MKIjCIIERS.
J. 1. WM'KK.
F. A. SCH A LI KR.
Honolulu, July 1, 1S61. 270-3m
For Sale to Arrive per Raduga,'
From 13osto?i, due in all September.
Swiss Cheese, W-stphilia Hams, English Pi- Fruit,
Jam and Pickles, whole Rlack Pepper, Ch'jcolate,
Superior English Mustard in i fb bottles,
Steari.i candles. In buxes 25 Jfc each.
Liverpool yellow and salt water Soap.
CASES m'XTER'S TOBACCO,
Cas-a Hlue (.'ottons.
Bales Brown Cottons,
Bales pearl River lenims,
Bales Brown Diilling.
Cases White and Blue Cotton Thread,
Journals, Liay Books, Memorandum Bioks,
Pass B s,ks. Hepis:t Books, Writing Ink,
Shoe Blacking. Sail Twine, &c, kn.
271-Sm H. flACKFELT) k Co.
Cutlery, Hardware, etc.
I Superior pen and pocket Knives and Sv-issor,
Sailors' pocket Knives,
Co-oa handb: Sheath Knive,
Tailors' Thimble, plated Thimble,
Needles, darning needle, blk and pHAini pia
Superior Raiom in boia.
Iron tinue,! Saucepan.
II. H ACKFEI.Li & CO.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
! -plisS? XEW A X I SECOXO-
J "'fciijjpi I, ip tf tiari'l t urr.i:ur uf every description.
; "---- v3 con-tantly
! low prices.
r. hand, atid for sale at
By Express, ahead of the 3ZaiIs.
But we arc told that the Lallin off in our ; doubt be a great convenience to the Company's Agents j the Rev. Mr. Stallwr-rth estimated Fatuiva at SOCK),
customs-receipts is owin in piart to a ilecrciuw i on tbe respective islands, who have heretofore had to
in the whaling fleet, over which the government ! await the arrival of the brig Josephine to hold com
liaa no control ; and so it is in a email degree. , munication, although but 4 miles apart.
Hut even in this vre sec the had effects of the
numbering but SoOO, an d Nuuhiva lSOo. In 183 i Cnn.ll1:, n(l Furniture fin no-lit n
Tahuata at 10, and Hivaoa at 8000.
present ministerial policy. Such whalers as
might visit us just as well aa not, now evade our
ports, because we tax theui double what we
II, probably, formerly did, on our supply imported for them ;
in that more wfc:!e :!,cr3 ho visit us. instead of buying
fcs op war jo
such supplies as they might find offered them,
and paying duties thereon, evade the tax by
ordering their supplies from home. With tbe
decreased visit of whalemen, there is less call
for merchant vess.ds to bring supplies and tafc
Game or Cricket. We see that the amateur j
: players of this game in Honolulu, have succeeded in
i reviving the sport, on the old ground. King street,
! opposite the Palace. Let any of cur dyspeptics go
j up some afternoon and give them a hand , if they want
i to enjoy a good, sound night's bleep.
Cuixamax Killed. A Chinaman, named Akay,
was killed on the afternoon of the Slst, t the resi
dence of His Ex. R. C Wyllie. While in the act of
catching a horse, he became entangled in the rope
away carg oes: so that no small ortion of the Rnd was dragged some distance, his heal striking a
falling off in our commerce may be justly attri- rock which fractured his skull, Irom the effects of
! buted to the change mad in the revenue laws. wh,cu ,,e dieJ during the afternoon.
It lias been maintained by some that there is
or has len such a glut of fon ign goods here,
that the first year of the new tariff does not
afford satisfactory proof of ita operation. V"e
hold even this position to I fallacious, and
maintain that the stock of foreign goods here,
January 1, 1S61, or even now, August 1st,
either in first or second bands, is not so large as
II-h'sk Movixo. We notice that the fancy dry
: goods store of Messrs. II. Hack5eld & Co., on Fort
; street, is leing moved to the lower end of the lot
'on which it is situated, previous to being refitted for
a new stock of goods, shortty expected from Ger-
j Ri'.s awat. A span of horses attached to a wagon
(carrying furniture, ran away on Fridiv last, on
at the same time in any of the last four or five 1 Nuuanu street, upsetting and smashing things gen
reitr Thrp ia no war of d-'ff'rmininir px-omIv er.tl'v Another eae cf hn'f-brokn hfrsi
The New Generals. Five Major Generals have
now been appointed, viz : Gen. George W. McClellan
I of Ohio, who has charge of the troops and rnove-
! ments in the Ohio valley ; Gen. Benjamin F. Butler
! of Massachusetts, who is entering Virginia trom Fort
j Monroe; Gen. John A. Dix of New York, who at
! present superintending the organization and raove
j inent of troop9 at New York city; Gen. John C. Fre-
mont, who, it is understood, wiit be placed in charge
of the western division of the army, and operate
j down the Mississippi, or perhaps attack the troops in
their rear through Arkansas, New Mexico and Texas;
I and Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks of Illinois, who is as
signed. f r the present, the charge of the quarter-
master's department, but later, will probably be sent
j into the field at the hea l of an important column of
the army. These are all admirable selections. Of
ripe judgment, and vigorous thought and action, they
are well calculated to lead tbe people's armies, for
the maintenance of " Liberty and Union." Gen.
IMx is perhaps CO years old. Gen. Butler about 43; j
the other three frutn 4i) to 4o each. It is state! by :
"Occasional." in the rhilaJf'ihi J'rcs, that ;
' George McClellan, of Pennsylvania, who was appoint
j ed Major-General of the Ohio volunteers, and after- ;
' ward Major-General of the Regular Array, by the :
President, "outranks all other general e&cers, and '
will be Commander-in-Chief of the Army of the
Cnitel States in the event if the death of Lieut.- i
General Scott. When it is understood that he is not I
much over thirty years cf age, his pernlin r talent i
:m ! -Tvi-ns rrnv be better rTc;at.d
II. ALLEN'S CARPENTER SHOP,
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fiTi'-uhi ta.t we ot the Calif' xnia Wklif9. .Arrn;rm-nts have
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wt-rk.y irwiu-,) will In? r-?u!ariy r r iTri ,y j,aos'tf dtrvt, an'l
cm Ik suj pli rd at Kimit I.i.i.ap W; ayar, from n.y new
dj-ot Coji- cun tt? furnished iit aiiy tun-. Uoth thre are
mammoth dnv.! he-t wpklie. wt-Il worth the prire.
Tr Tne? Calif-irnia papers are rec-ivf.l hy fprcial Kxpreet
arraiijf turrit, and no ex rr :!.. or etirta wll h spared to
furnish regular sijt'fcnbers with th-rn 8.rjer than can fre hai
throueh anv other fMurce. Apply to
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Covered rejcetiiMe IiUties, O-jbarta.
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TIIE BRITISH CLIPPER BARK
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','' AS TO LEA VE LIVERPOOL I " Jl'XE,
V with a carefully selected carjo ai!teil lor this ir.arket,
inciuililif: the u.-ual a.-sortmynt-' of new prima, and e ther
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Fancy vetini:3. white mHrsenl- vfstini;.
Iji'liei' cloth, grewn, pray, drab, licht and dark,
Italian ctoth, silk er$re, aatin d'ehine, Silisia,
Linen tarea l. white aad hlack.
P.Iack frock coata.
Blue fiannl criat.
Summer cloth coata,
Iavi 4- Jone' hirta. 4c.
25-3m McOOLGAN tr CAMPBELL.
Bet Ruaaia Cordage,
bbuMi? hoAii and thimblea,
Feat Enfci h "hite Lead,
l arii and Chrome Green,
Bet English boiled Linaeed Oil in Iron cuse..
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rjMIE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
M. evistin;; te-tween the underi)tne(l, ur.d- r the firm f
C. BREWER A. CO..
Is tbi day difaolved by mutual consent.
Hither partner i authorized to aitend to the liquidation of tbe
aiTaira of the late firm.
CIIA?. BREWER, 2l,
Honolulu. July 1, 11. 26T-2tn
FROM A NO AFTER THIS HATE. THE
undersipr.ed hereby civ-- notice, thit he will not r-e re
ponaihie bir or jay ai.y del: - 1 ills watever ci.tractrd in
hia name without i.is wrlttec crier. JOSEPH BOOTH.
MHE rDERSIf;Ef) WILL COXTIM'E
i M the General Im"rtine and Commisaion Businesa, under
' the name and style ,.f c. BREWER & CO.
J ' HERMAN PECK.
200 ConN Best Fire Wood !
ECEIVED FROM Ml'I .4X1) h'Al
on the prmi .f toennderigned. and for aale by
u.. iK'iT a. nrrcK.
Printing Pa: er. Foolscap and Letter Paper,
Gilt edped i'!rap PI-er, Enrekir.
Superior Steel Pen, Lead Peneila. Port-monnaies,
Caif Skin, Ivory and Turtle hell Comb,
Hair Bruahe, Tocth and .Vail Bnnhe.
ienuine Lubin'a Extract, Hair ii, fancy Toilet Soap,
Linen Thread, Water' I'pool Cotton.
Mother-of-pearl Button, bone and metal Rat ton.
Violin Ptrinpa, Ostrich feather. Enpliah Playing Card.
Silver plated candle stick with c!ih hade.
Blue, acarlet and pray Woolen BUeketa,
Futerior white Wooien pummrr Blanket,
Gilt framed Lookinc Glaae, Copy far k.
Larcre Mirror with marble plate,
Artificial Plowera, Wreath, Ac.
Fine Recalia Cifrars.
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