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rut lou.ir. .imcsT 1-, 1--!.
1ST the arriTal of the H'li ri t on the bra m-t., w- nr.- in
rrri.; of fttvtf-r from i-aii lr.neico b. th- 'Jl'b. July, in I
thr-e rrt4 Ui-r fr'at ru i.i v. Vie s t.'l)ta.h' thai i!fi-
to lU'UlCI.fll tl.e ilpp..-ati..fl tl.it je-ao I' .-'"ill le d" tired,
but ra'her to the o ntrary.
By letters tn.m the Ann of C". VV. Brooks & Co., we k amtLit
th ItiClitir, C-jmtt and steamer iunli I'ruz, w-.ui 1 l-.tvc
San Franc i-o. fn m lt tJ s:fc of AuL-mt. The fir-; I r H
knror. the lu.:-r f-.r Japan. The teau.rr to cone- L- r .- ( r f ' al
Tl.e i. may also ;rive us a call. but ' f th.s we ar- r. .t o rta.n.
W'e rpiote frfa the. s. F. yfrrrriHtut iiuzrtlr an I I'ftft
'urrrnt, the foUowir.j, which m ly l- irc.erv-tir c to wir r-.i ! r.
'C-ff.tc is tiS'. str.,t upon .r nt M.-h rul.r.- rates. IU (
Smears bare re,Miiit.d the sli-ht .l-clir, not..d in o,:r !a.-l. a:.d j
are lor kins up s'.ii! farther a e write."
Raw Sc. as s. 1. n ipio'xd at (it c:i.
Corim At ITj 4i Is cti.
The An,, xh a.n - hark titnrr'if i',ir, Capt. J. I". Fi-I.er.
the f.rt r-.-l if tie? rf.tii, iirr.v I on Monday, fe in the
K'!t-trk, t rii. -.u the 3rt r.ew-i from the she
hi L-n ol-. shale, -. r.Ms -jru. a:..l 'jjj li.-i. Iu.'
Sh- fi.w v.;? ! r tath.
f'T tlr t.t I f rafi.
WW Juiy I j I I.Vi. Ai-. -J4
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i j l".i A'j
. Au.'. 1') I 1.V
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The arrival of tfi Mummy t tr on Tur.iy affnn
froni the Mtr-tton Suti .r. t- It.- s.utharJ, acul th-r
t4a on WMn-.!ny ui'.rt.ii - fruut the uUn N .f th l'h.-iiix
IaIaiu! laaOf Co.f cr-at -J ..rii lri?..ux f-x.-itrii'-rit .ri chaii-..
lor articuLu4 t.'.ir rrctir cruim r jiiM Mtfiu
(h interviju crrrr.J:i.te la our c.l'Uji.tf, ail uj. uj. 'iai.l.
c Ra At Kt.iki'. TJ. l-ii-f i qi-.ite Cvtun.oti,
111 r UK-ir mi.ri; tr iikth ail c.riL.ui o.'.rc -.it-
charine wafit-r th.in rPni ii ir, h- artu.illy th- rvr i!
Ur cut. TV- il-itr more rca lily rT- uii thr (fi-mr f
rav mri ihrjiich tir p-t;uu.4rity .( thiv-r, ant ht-i: Ilic
UrliBAiuu that a gf-Alrt .lrr if sw.rwt-.. 14 il--riv.-. fr .ui th;ir
ux than Inxri thr r'tiiK.I art ui.-. A -tn.n!I iju-mtity f raw
fuar um tl: lii.r i iii kly ili.lvl, au.l 1L.1 mc-
chaxiue .r.-rti arr immtiat-iv .n..ill t th- Ia:r ; whiU
te miih. iu.tntity 4 nrtiircil 1 l"fi' r in h.4vn. ai..l ii.it
Out tast ait twrrt. Tle o.iitraM m a..ily iHu.-tnt'-'l l.y h:iiii'al
Inu, aiwl an j iinir. itK.n .l thr r- fuT. r-ultiir fn.tn th t lin
ioir prirv, is only uxt-.-ary t o.titiiH any mi? 4 the truth
uf Ittr t.t-n-iiL, Uiat lh! i(.i;liti. ..I t.nu su' tr arc
irinmtrly iof-Tf" U trir "rl oluf luin.
Thu inil.urit- an. I a.lultTtti'n.t "t auw ir ar-' fully il- -rr.l-.l
in a tite nuiulo r of llunt'j M 11; iiu.-. T:,..- writ.-r t:it. that
th m'Mt .alil le iniixiritx arc otrmir to a want ..f rk-unlf
km anU mrity of material o-l In ni;&niifai-turintf. frwjmmti
earn. Iimt, It ml, tn.n and ijrtt. Thr tir rf Ihew .u
Kawn may b r-;r4rill a r. nam eTi.l-ncr '.f Can uear, l.ut
ts prwticr iriitH-Air a want of 1110 irnaration, a'cl ain.lri
coniaininc it al? uu:illy r.utairi the othr inii'Urtt.a namol
from an er4 4 liiDf url in it- nianut:u-tur lr.m thi- care
trn9 uimt off UMirn ainl rufy ir-Ht v-.-l. aiitj fr.'in ii.l-tiiii;
! liitr Die eau- wrll wa.h. il i-f n- Ur y are rouil." TI.-tm;
impuritjr aiv renil ny thf n-tiniii pwf, anl im-rr-talin
tuirar r-main iK-rf-Ttly while-, lor of ilor, of an ua-u-;
awrct ta-lr an. I without ari:.
In 9nr:kkiuir thr ra.-tir." of rifiiltr:ttin- suiram by il'-.-ilrrj
ami ottfcrr, thr wixf writ r say : " lniMirr ..iiar arr com
mon that ttte nn.niciil int.-r TiikU a n- --r ruling r. ,urri;
i . Ifym for ailulnratiiiK tvttt r iuali'.i-s. wilhout I l.r 11.-.. -i.iiy
other rftiii bioreli.4.-iinit:r arti-!-. Th- intr.lu:tion of otln-r
lUMUnK. bowvr. su.-li u n.ir. starch, -nr.. ia MHiitiins f
racticl l.r tlw j.urMr of ip-. r..riri n.lor. The H ri..r:iti.Hi I
of utar lit always lu o(-ti.ri to the a'u'itit of iniuriti-4 i
prMrnt ; while nure, cryi'taiii'.l lii.ar is Mrarrvly at ail alK-rtnl
by time, awl nl iHsj"e,l to f.-rment tt .u:nfy."
The imjiuritim above innte. iaiI ai not only injurious am!
anwhotewmie n thetnHv-s, hut th.-y fc-al to thers whi.-h are
arMnimtle. niielean arnt M.ts4Hjni. The coitolitiotui of f.-rini-n-tati.ri
ami !-. .cup ifi.n are .f-ei.-ly thr which trive ri?e t
and promote the growth of uityom plant an. I the Rwl .Mth
ue in-ts, which ire ner .r s-nt exo t a a couiequence
of nitrotrrnixe.l coaipounl
tmnri consult ! celU aiifl fthres, always iproutinr from
oriranixeil ami alecayeii Milntances. ami suir.ir that contain
tliein TKKr-m-t ttie essential iiualilie of niiasuiatic in, which,
however mnall the iitantity intrilu-rl into tlie human system,
ba the quality of a little leaven.' awl estahlnhe a i-reili-poaition
n dimi which only await an excitinif caue.
Acarua gaeckuri, the tmj'tr i.uir, i also generally ir'4ent
in rmtHire radars. It, like tlie funu'i. canw4 live whIkiiu nitro
Ken. I his inect belong to the same clas a, awl much resem
bles, the tfrk Insect. It is so lance as something to le visible to
the anaklej eye. awl may be iliscovereil in the following man
ner: Taks twu or three teapoonfuls of common brown sutrar
anil al it to a wine irlassful of warm witr, allow it to staml
an hour or two, awl by the r..l of th it t me animalcules may
be disco-eved cn the sarfare cf the liuil. ailherimc to the sitle
of the rta.sa, or in the capioo dirty sediment at the bottom. A
further sto.ly of thee anima! may, .-rhafri, 1.-mon:rate that
they came "tirocr" or siwur-han.llers, itch," which is only
another nam.-1 haken' itch." and rarely attacks those who
only handle j.ure suxar nt .ure flour.
Ilesid. the n eaix above Hntiil out f the detection of im
purities, the micro-cope is an onfailime resource f..r ili-iroverin
earns saecharl, fitn-t. rranule of starch, O'mr, wowly fil-r. etc.
I.tmf may be .lebxteil by a white precipitate with oxalate of
Hum. by a white precipitate on the addition of a solutinu of
sutHtcetate of b ail.
U'npt tmijiir, by adding sulphuric acid.
( nitihili.iiii t'.ffrrtn S js ir. iu some ftrm or other, is an
essential reipi.r ment for the healthly sustenance of man. It
M of oaiveTal distribution in tlie vegetable kinsdom, and ha.
In all ai;es. been eons.dered a wn ssary element of nutrition.
In cora"Miti.m it ia aiiahrons to the chief elements of brea.l,
nearly alt of which are trairf.miaMe into u?ar. It is. In it
self. wo-nitrrentus, bnt U obtains this element from other n
eeury cofnHin-!s. whu h constitute the lormative material lt
the human con mint ion.
A common pn-ju.ire anin-t suar is. that it injures thet.'cth
an reowimurU klra for children, but at variance with phyn-
Inferi.?r mlities of brown suar are imt only poisonrms. but
they are tb-ri Vit in sweetenini; p.wT, awl by increase.1 weight
lnn tnolstnre. they are more exi-ensive than the purest refined.
The be-t rjnalities of hrwn suar are infinitely inferi. to the
worst wMte lump.
The i.cp,-itf ii here stitetl are undeniable, awl in a.l.ht on
to the t:icr" . strength of the refined article, we obvi-ite by its
se many dis-.jn-tiitir awl unliealthy imurities. Yet there are
m i iy, wnn fr.iin early h:iit prn r tlie --eiili.ir flavor ol raw
satrirs. irul f iney, wh. n they recoiroixe it. that they are actually
asme the senaine article, lot from adulteration awl unimairetl
In its natural natalities. .V-rai'ir Hair tie.
l.lTIr II ITKS received Ml Ihi. Office.
g.ia Fraoeu. ....... ...July -i i ly-tnlon. (parn) ....June S
e V,, (papers,.. .Jour -I " telegraphic . .June
l.-l-sraphie.July li I Ilotnckon: May 15
Tahiti. May In I Sydney, X. zf. W Mar. gi
Foa jis Fha.Si tsc.v per C-sm t. about '-ith to COth int
Fob LaHaisa per Kamehameba IV, to-,iay t 1- M.
FORT Or HOIJOZ.UZ.U. H. I.
8 ch Mniwahiwr. Kuheuna. from Kol s awl Xawiliwili,
with li ci nis w.-l. tt brls tallow, 'g keirs butt. r.
Id hulrs. 4 bills b-bucco, 10 pifrs, 'J horses, awl
ft ech Kaiuoi. rIieplierI, from Kahului and Lahaina.
ith gj barf wheal. 2i bacs Hour, s kejfs suKar,
4 lsi:s bran, t horses. 4 piifs. rtc. Ias-stiitcr
Mrs Mc In Kigali, awl natives on deck.
8 Sen Henry. Kiviere. Irn windward ta rts, with 6 baps
futitfiis, V h'ivs. awl j" 'bc pas-euircr.
sS.-h Warwick. John Bull, from Molokai, with butter.
9 Sch Jeaiinrtte. Kalaiua. fn.m Maliko. with Is bajt
fuineus. h"K. awl VI deck passencers.
J-Sh ll-uleie. from Kaubiwai. with 11 conls wood.
10 Am nurk Wavelet. Hasty. IT days fm San FraiK-isco,
arhoml outi.te, anl sailed aain next day Ut
JO Sch Md Fellow. CawLiire. from Ilar.alei, wi'.lrgl rnl
w.mnS. ""I wsats suar. 111 pijis. aiel lo risers
ll?te:uiKT kilaoea, Berrill. from wiislwird Ports, with
ZH hrasl cattle, ill f--, 1 krjr a.l i lai;s uk-ar.
Kites pula. V hairs petat.ies. lo b-sts. " hides. 'J
lulls coal skins, i h..x.-s pine apples, case awl '
pk its i rapes, lot rsstl-kw-es, imm- psi srcie, and
a ituantity i.f other rtitive freight.
11 Sch M.akeiki. a(la. r.ra Kahului. with 1st ki-jrs
suar. sO hairs wheat, 3 B sir. to bajrs oat.
12 Am wb bark te n. Iie. F .slier, Jt day f:n Koiliack.
with toil wh, ZM p. awl 0000 tbs bone, season ;
Isoo bri ! the voyage i month out. Pbxsi
oil and on, and saiksl aaiu ume day lor ciast of
1J Atn lissionarj packet Morntnir Star. -ett, from
licr,Kiesia. with 6 conls w.s.l. 1.1 as"-anuTs, etc.
14 flaw, sch Liw4iw. ii...lanl. Ins I h.eoix Islands.
14 Sch Kami-hannha i. Morse, from KaU-p.'lepo and
Lahaina, with 14 Cords w..., lgbrls iatoes 1
cabin anil 3 dtsck passengers.
Aug. 9 SVti M HwaMne. Kuheana. f.r K lua ami Xawiliwili.
9rvlt KanvH. shephir l. r Lahaina ami Kahului.
s-th Nettie Merrill, b-sres. f..r Lahaina. k"bala and
Kilo. rasrntf-r A K Clam. T ti Thrum. -Mr
llaffue. J C Kiuif, Mr l ardrn, ami aboi-t sio deck
10 Sch Warwick, J 'hn Bull, for I--ihvins ami MokkaL
10 jS-tj Jeannecte. Kalania. for Maliko. Kast Maui,
li) -H t Henry. Riviere, f.r Lahaina and liana.
H Nth Olid 'eUsr, Camlace. lor lia-airi anJ Nawriwili.
II -vh Moiseiki. Napela. l- r lahaina and Kahului.
XI Steamer k liaises, Berrill, Lahaiua. Kooa and other
11 Am briir Josephine, jlmr, tr llowlaml's Island. I'as-
risers ies Wn Kinney ami 2 chil.lreo.
I Kmpreled frsina Fsrrin l'strls.
in. bark Comet. Smith, would kave s;an Francisco about Aug.
3.1-doc here Aojf. li tn
Am. dipper hip Iictator would leave ?ao Francisco aUat the
1st of Aaicuit-
Am- steam er Santa Cruz sroaM l.etve San Francisco aNut the
ith of Aoirast.
Am- clipper ship M'wnlipht, Brotk, would fc-ave ?an Francisco
atsjt A-Jitmt 1. m
British t.r Thomas Daniel, to sail from Livrrpool on the goth
Jams, sr-th ao assortcl eanco to Janrm. Grem It C.
To llaiavcnan hn Schwintfe, Cat. Kokcuiullcr. 4oO ts
capacity, eR Hauiburtf April 'gg, with au assorted c:ir-'o tn
ILtckfcsl r Co.
Aa clipper hip Uadaira. Burdett. sailed fr im B.Mtn f r Ilono
lula Mar 1st, with caryo a-sis-trd merchandise tu C. Hr- wrr
t Co. due Sept. 1 to 6.
from MlCi f"T M'nif.(t star. Auu l.T Rev ata 1 C
rauooa. Master tbhlie Damon. Mrs (MtK'.t, Mrs lN.ne,g chiMn
ami servant. 3tr Sturifes, .taunter an 1 servant, i .uniowii.
Hrr K P BViberts, wi'e aisl 2 chulren. Master C Cocett. and
cow native from Ehoti.
front F. is IX IsLAsais per Liholiho, Aujr. 14 Capt J P
Kid red ire. Capt VT 11 Hash. Wmlijlur, James Cook, and 30
Per Krtatka. Aag. II From Htio - Thomas Kee?an. John
Cattarach. John Dunn. William Ibvan. fr o Maui : Krv K
Curwin. Mrs Corwin ami child. C H..lmar.n s cabin, a:-l I w
Vvw PowTSper KHaoea. Au.-wst li-o K 11
Arten Mrs Allen ami 'Z children, nra anus-.roni., jus n..
Km-- al ciiil-l. Ii rh Ol ., man. Y II 1'na.lway. K II
7 , .f,&.mlchiMn-n. Wm Worn! snd wife, Mr li C rn
ZfrZtcS! W M. Frank M mint, W ' I tne. li
M KMIIK IM) t.
ItrMr( vf nbulr ImrL (.t-iii rul 1'it.r.
T" tk' F.4it;r ,,f th I'. I .!!,. rt, .r
! ! ft H-'ii.. lul J t:- r . f r t..- K- !i
wj, r- art iv- 1 n I,. Trr 1 iy, -i':-r .i I ;.i -i.
I ! i-. i l.r-: ' :i t!i- T'.h M.i. :'. !!.
ar. ! ry 1 1 ; t---. u t'r t I. t'.- 'T-!. 1 iy
1 4. ,:.: T i::irl ir.'. H .w. .v ,lft .- i'- ; - .n
.-l.-c K: tri. rp.wi. ti 4 It i . I '
ri.. .1. II- r.l f:-tji th- i'h...p 1 1. . : II
'-a:!. r '!i:r.ri.r th t it, t iit wfil . f r r.-.i
t . ..,!. t?.: ;.:. t(...t in .!- u -Tl ...rr- . 1-irj
.-T!i. 1 .. a:. I ii t'. !.i:.l '.;. !!- .it:..
a wf..:-. V. .. t r.. :: : t i t;.- r .-:.t 1 .
th. c --t .: C:..l , .i:. 1 i! I !. x- i, : ;.
!: r-1- r'. w.:i ' I .U. !. i 1 rl- -
4.. 1 1- I..
:l. v. y.,r
I T.. Mr. V. II. M .-!, r, t.r-t
jrr in .e'.t 1 I ,r th- I...I x.t.s r--.f.
el t-i. or 1,1.. M. i.-.i.' Si K to tllk !i
st 1;a h ii!- d Ir. 11. II t...:u:-l M i 1 1. t- r -t - a'.ve :-i ,. !-.
Arrived ut A.i .i.ir 01. t: - l : 11:. 1 !.-. :n. i Vi- 1..:..
h nn a.!i, ai. l i!..- 1 iln--I, e 1. !l : I. i l ! i-.i.t w.:!Kr nil
t:.. p.. -'e. -I .a;Ti --ii Ir.- ..il.'i t-T T.i.:iw.i, wt.. r- w-.-
arnvr l tne "am- ! iv 1. I". M . :ir. I a-.. I,. r I S .-- to !, n.i,
...i;ary st iti-.t ; at 1 I'. M . we -r- v.--'.d by .'..in. f-.-it,
th-:;. a.l .:. .1 I t.e n i:v. . (y fri.-tMl!y. sa:t--.l a.' ..n Ju:. .
1. f.r Api.i'i. t In.! .Mr. an I Mr-i. It. u:i : .irr.v- I t,
.in..: -l.iy. l:iri.;.-.l th'-ln .-.ii-. .-.ti..-1 a';ii:i at o I. M. .-r
l-.t.n -r l."-t- 11 l-l.iii-l. ih pl.i-iiit .-.-.,:. . r, ai:.! tr'.-l
JtlTf V.O four ! .Mr. l.at' well, but Mr.. !' a:i- ! A.ttl. It-r
t r tinw. II ; I, iia'iv. -1 n-ie a!.. tri.-i:.'ly at t i : 1 1 ..-tr- ; t..i.i
the iv.-aih.-r r.ny and .i'i.i!!y diir:!..- I..- t.ir. w- !.;y t!. r-.
VV at-a.u t k oar liiich- r n the ::, ::,.! . u f..r :r..i:i-,
stid ; had r --1 w. ath.-r 1.11 -sir arriv il on the lo.-ht ..f II. j J th ;
lit h. at A. M . tie -Capta.ti and all tl - n.-. r w 1.; ..n
h'.r- '.hit in-hl Clio. - on -ijiiai'.y :ir.. II--a.:. I.-av. 1, rh
l:iHlr.t u.'itj th- -'Jth. !e-Ti It,.- Capt-in arid pa-.-l.;.-r. c.a.ie on
l-ir-1 aam. a-e..inp 1:11. . Mr. n.-w and t!.- Ku.' .n a vi-it ;
f..und tln-ni all -ll and tt i nt.v, - f.-;. roily ; we tf.. n .1. i.v -r. ,
Mr. Me.w al! his ir-jr 1 iu 1 order, bud" th'-iu f.ir.-w .:i. and
at 1 1 A. M. t -i ..n our fir-e f.,r A-o--n-..ri ith fin- r. .i:li.-r,
wh.ch I.i.t -1 ad the way ; arrived on the i-l.f .mi l Mr. stnr.-. s
ar.-l faruiiy w-ll. Mr. ll-.lx rts and family th- n.. and the
naiiv's ir. n.i:y na-i rcriy H-..a:ri-r !i.. tv- rm.e w were th-re.
H ivi.-iar c diclu-l. d our trips an... n ir th- i;.-..u;.. e 1. ;.t t.-.k our
1 -partur' f.r Honolulu on the :h of July. i:!i IV i:id ir.'i
the ea.'war I until the J'Jd, when it ciniii.-riced a ..ev. re iral-;
fr.eo N.K., w.rh a v.-ry h.-h .1 r innini' we w. re tl.i-n 111 1 t.
SI - b;. , ... i. I o.s : 44 K. ; th- tr.i!.- .r"d rout, I (., - W.
on th- i'-l, wlr-ti the ii- sub.i.. .1. an-! : w re enab . 1 t . !ay
our -..urv as u.ua, ; .:.oe tl,.-n. had ifi- n,-l fr' fn S.S K. t-
I. .- K..ai: l weath. r pl' i-iit. Aiuoi-t i. the wmi "r i.lia:;y
v.-.-re. raitrl to II. N . K., f r, m w!,, -i.ee it 1,1. -w v.-ry I ir.l unt I th
l'Ii ; ini e th-n had pleai-ant weatli-r and f.iVoial le win 1 from
Rep.,rt, the f..l!..wiiiir ve...-I- as havinir tonr-V-I at Mn roieia :
February M:i"i., lia. v.ir, ; Il.irr..-.!,. H.d; thill .. Kill
nier ; S.,u;h l;-t..n, K.in.h.li.h. M ir-h M ai.ilu.i. l.a,s ; ..-I.:i.
M inim-11 ; ll-ro. My.-rs. April Koteoa, Cor -.-11 ; II. b. rt.i.iJ 1,
Kdwar ls ; Mohawk, Swain.
J j oh'c.ner I.iIiu.'iHh, ! lard, r-j- rt It.-.rk Ori.-nfil,
Johnn, salls froui U-Keaii 1-1 ,n,l .1 ,11.1-i, with full .-ar.-o
Lfuano. Itark Tr.e.st.., s.-wall. srnl.-d fr..fn ..11, p!.irc the 'J'iwi.
With a lull ear..,.. June rlop 'ainlai IV i-e, t-.!-! 1 at
M-Kean's, with 'Jso l iln spand ;KJ l.i!- w I. oii. July lt, slop
liar-lr-. Baker, at Kuderbury '4 l-l ni l was h-aiml S.,utli sj-rni
wl.ahiiir. 'Iu les.Mii;; l'li,rn, Islan l.w- ram, up l.y the -..utli-ern
rout-, and 1-e.t tl.e tr.id,-s in I it. '1 - is S.. Jon... 17o - 17 W.
II el batt'.iii winds, calms .-in, I rain up t j !a. V - lib N.. I
l.s 'M, when we t,- k l!i N.K. titnb- : si: .--0, !,.i 1 ". " i , t
trade, with a leavy sa-.-i! fr-.m X i: Il..v - ' . :i w.thu. o
mil-s of this p.rt b.r f..ur d ly .
'JkInski.i. March IJI-t. on board bark
from I mam to Vokohania. wtilth-.i- she a.l
aid, ( apt. liriuneil, ol ,lr ,p-y.
1. -tii.tl i-r ui-
: 1 r 1 -T
TllUUSDAY, AVCl'ST 15.
For years, ami at times, wlicn every fall sea-
son bToii"-lit to our liarlnrs a lare fleet of
whalers, wt; have advuoatitl and urg;el the iiecis-
eity wf dcvclophi our home resources to meet a
time when tlie whaling; flet-t mig-ht decrease,
atnl the stream trease to How from which vvedrcw
our sust'.'iiauce as a Ktople, mid as a ovoriimetit.
Our warnings fell on listless ears. Hope, and
hope in vain, made us look forward from season
tu season for ' lx-tter times coming," tiithoiigh
every year brought us the unmistakable j'roofs of"
a not slow, hut rapid decline of the whaling
husincj's. A vvoiik and incjijacitated ministry,
ti whom it seems the country was nothing, and
to w hom their own aggrandizement was every-
thing, in bpiic of our of t-repoatcl warnings, 1 a little over 220.0' '0. a generous and munificent
ami in spite of the voice of an oppressed jople. . minister expends 22,000, and employs a dozen
jiersisted in bringing poverty on the people, ruin officials to transact the business th.it in former
on the country, ami a lasting disgrace on their 1 prosperous years had Ih-cii transacted by four.
own names. ! The diminution of the total receipts since 1S.V.)
Not c.nten: with driving from our harbors already over 13,000 ; hut imt content with
the few whalers that Fought to make these t'''1 deplorable fact, :i poverty stricken peoj le
islands their recruiting place, by onerous and must needs be outraged by adding to the ih li
unreusonahle exactions, thus crippling our com- , ch-ncies in the shape of salaries the sun ofS,(HlO.
mercial nl.itioiis, hut they have also put a suici- j And as wo cast our eyes over the appropriation bill
dal duty of 10 per cent, on itiiHrts, not as a re- ' of 1S0O and "01. we find SS,425 devoted tt
cipncul tariff, hut to cramp every cfFort at in- the department of law, to salary a long list of
du.-try and enterprise. Instead id" developing, 'district judges, who at the best hut worry ::inl
by all means in his jiower, the resources of the - torture a law-abiding, peaeeable people, with
country, the Minister ol Finance has resorted to j suits innumerable for every trilling offense,
the moot jsitent mean to cripple every endeavor Verily it is time to pause in this mad career to
at home industry. Let us survey the position at j ruin, and well will it iie f--r a ministry to listen
which we have arrived in this month of August, ! to the warnings of the public now, before ruin
1SCI. The huiuImt of whah-rs recruiting at our overwhelms a generous people, and a Sovereign
ports during the next season, will, as every one : who but too gem rou-'y places confidence in an
is aware, be below one-fifth of what it was in incapable ministry.
former years. The recruits wanted by them ( We will close our remarks without reiterating
will, for the most part, he sent from home. The , our oft-spoken ideas siboiit the government
arrivals of whalers and their crews have Isvn the I press, one of the mo.-t heavy and unwarrantable
main, if not perhaps the only, imtsjtus to our drains on the public treasury. I.etrenciimknt
commercial relations with the world, with the
exception of the lew transactions iu sugar, molas
ses, pulu and fungus.
The decline of the whaling fleet will create a
com'si" Hiding decline in our imjsirts and our '
general mercantile transactions. The stream has
ceased to flow from which the j eoj le, the re- ,
tailcr, the importer, the government itself, . row '
their support. We stand on the verge of ruin,
busini-ss stagnant, home resources trndevelopsil. :
crippled and empty treasury; fast luring credit
at home, none abroad, with a ministry staggered
at the result of their labors, and wlnr-e sole aim
seem to be the gratification tf pin rile whims.
Ve have ind'a-d come to a pass wher; it lx lnivc-i
every well-wisher of the King and country to ' the want. A long line of walk, of substantial aj
crv "pause," for pause we must. pearance, his beeti built witlrn a few days past, and
We must look around us t find m tins :. re- the improvement will prove of much l-encfit in pro-
deem our former fair promise of r .-jsct and !
rroppcritv. Cause we mut m the career into
which a rcckle.v mini-trv ha I-d the affairs "f
tlie govennneiit. If we do not jnu'. ruin t-i
the psple. ruin to the g vermin nt . ruin to rt
royal family, which is cln-ris-hed in the Initrfs
of a loyal joi-ple. luiist !- lb iir-...jii.'!iee.
tValk around our dcss-rt'-'l town, and vu mav
read care and anxiety on the brow of ur most
enterprising citizens. Walk ar.-und our bu-itiess
places, and you find economy and retrenchment
the watcbwo'r.U f one and 'all. Ewrv f.imilv.
the wealthier as well as the pion r, have retrench
ment painted in large letters on the brw of their
lares. Retrenchment, rr nrhtm nt. is needed,
is demanded, not only from the individual, but
it is called for by the people, from a government
impoverished and nearly ruined.
The sum of more than $4G.(oo is appropriated
for a Iopartnient of War, for an instituti. n that
never has lieen and never will ! of any essential
N-ncfit to the country, or p.iple ; merely to
gratify the ambition of a Minister who delights
in the gl ry of a martial array. The treasury
is drained of a vast sum, wrung from an im
poverished people. The tim-s are j-a-jjed when
the country could afford to Kiuandcr its inoii.y
n puerile cfLrtat show and eclat. If guards
are to le cmplojisj f,,r some purp , th-y
ought to !. k-j t at loss cajs use. The king
does not require a guard to ser- ' n him fr-dii a
lawless population, lie is guard"I, and more
honorably tsj. by a Joys-1 j-c-ple. It is a shame
ful waste, a Very squandering of the . pie's
money, to jiy extravagant salaries to Colonels,
Majors, Adjutants and (Jencrals. to strut the
jtisping hour in martiil finery. Where the gov
ernment expi-n Is its funds, it should receive an
equivalent. Is it an eijuivaloiit t l ave a mili
tary instructor appointed at a high salary to drill
i f-w iin f!i 'i-i,i s,,li, rs' I
i :iii:il' iit. j
; w :t-k, t.. j :iy an A.ljut.tnt th- -urn of .li!')
I j-r annum t piy olT :i iu-tc f'f "I'li--r-?
Jlut T'-tr-n. i i in lit i- n'-fJ'j'l, rvtr- in-liiii' iit i- ti
st'-rn -J -ui.tii.l ..f tli- j" j,!--, mi l l,.-t ir intru
1 L'r-t in :.n MuMi-hui-iit .f u- lf.- . 2..'i-ts
at j. .ii. j. an 1 !i..w. Tli- -u:u - l" .- J.j."H Iiu
'ii .-.j j r riit- 1 f.r 1 1 - I j 1 1 . - I ) j ar:i,n'nt ..f
' anu. li'.t fiiuiii'Tatiii tl.- alii'iiiiil.- ji::iii'l'T-I
f.r th? .-.mi.- i.j..irtia-nt un otl:-T W:tii-i.. In
'rrnT tiiii'-.-. wli.-n t!n.!i-.in.' i.f wh.t'.-iii'ii
thr.i:.-'! uur tr--t. a larv i.rc- was rlia-i
ii..J.mJ. hut ti;..- :i j r-.j riati-jri i an i "01
x--! t!:- r-u::i'- f.r l'ji ;tnl ''J hy a orisilcr-.i'.!-;
a::i.jii:ir. In l" ai. t '"') ti:- har'-T (
U ji.ilu was v i.-itvl lv a mini-.T' ni :!--.-t t!.-v
:'t. atnl the ..ccasi'tli that -al!--.l 1. r a lar;
l. ,,: f.r,-.- !. -.
re- !i:is a!j ' in'. atwi the t r i- irpiiur.
w!iv is the mi;:i
' xt .-ti 1.-1 t- k'.-. 1
r '.f j..Ii,-.-i:i.-ii 1 in :tt tir .-tr - t r
Tlf wlioli niiin'.t-r 'if j- lio-'imn, i'.irvin-
rs an 1 nativ inrJir; t!i.- t- wni-f Il.iiiuhilu
r.tr. is (r.,111 thirty t thirty-tiv,-. Is it i: ,t
I ri lii.'ul jus t t s.(ii.tnil..r t!,o j,uhIio m ti-v l i
' in 1 1 1 . an i-t.th!i!ii:R-ii: ,,f jsilic that ivt.-s a 1
' sa!ari-l i-i'iic iiian at the rate f one i i-Vvrv .
tvtu huii'lrt 1 tui'i f:fty inh.tl-itants, iihti. wnno-ri, '
.in-l cfiihir.-n ? I'ii.I.t the cfacieiit arrangement 'f
the j ri-s nt ahle chief ,f j,liee, :m aj jir'jri i-
ti-iri i.f half the am, unt v.,nM ive ;is much s -
curity ati 1 j- aee t. a t.iwn inhahite-,1 hy iT.l.-r.y
f r -iner.s ar.il tiie uivst .:i'efiil native . .j.ula- :
ti .n ul the wurl'l.
F..t r,-tr'T.ehnient then le the or.h-r of the-
uay. in-ii we i,,k , r tiie aj jt.-j nations
for atnl '.j'J, ari l 1-iiO anJ 01, we are
m.-t frei'.ly ma'Ie nw;ire of tin; total nnlit
nos (,f tin; Te.lit Finaiiee Iinist r. While
the r' i'eij.t- d'-riv.-il from the (.'ast.eu II n.s,. h ue
always heon the main reliance of tin-irownnii.-iit,
we s,..i- t!iis sotiree of tin' I'tihiie revenue not only
crij j'leil, its receij'ts Iss,:.,l, hut its ixjMinli
tun s t nlar.'l tu a li'r-'e jM-rh-ctly r-ckh-ss. It
was not Mii.ieient t 'Irive away the whalers, t!i ;t t
nibh-r a more- favoralil-' regime, miht have heen
in-Iim-'l to visit our harl.,rs; it was not Mi!!i-i-nt '
to cri'-jiv i:s hy an onerous iluty of 111 j i r c nt., i
to create sta -nation in all our husin.'s.s trai.sae- '
ti-ms, ami ilrive away from our town our most
ent'.Tjirisine; citiz,-ns no; while lriinT t!ie i
country o ruin, wiuie inijiovi risiu:!"; tiie tn-a
ury, the ministry must neel-i in.-r.MMs the .-x-
Js.'tldltureS, tttfendlltt oil the ! leet P ill ol tin:
InoMeys due to tlie treasury.
That jtoveritineiit-1 .-hoiild always li.t able to
Command the best and most able- men iu the
country as ollieials by liberal s;lj.irit.s? ;s mnlis
jated. Hut vvln-ii ;i ministry, to phase tin;
whim of ;i minister, employ numerous ollioials
for a business that might !. done, and has been
done, by one, it not only ovi-r-teps its duty, but
it robs tin; people. In IS.aS and ".V.I tlie entire
tippr ipriation for salaries tit tin; Custom House
of Honolulu amounted to sl-l.-HllJ. These were
some of our most prosperous times. In l.Vd,
tin; imports for six months amounted to (10;!,-
.si.! 71, iW t;l(. total receipts to 7,ol.; 07.
In IsOl, tin; correspondiii;; iiniount of imports is
,22i,-il4 OS, and the total reeeij ts ttdLl.'JJ'J 52
a fallino; oil of more than one-half in our imports,
and of 1I5,IS4 15 in the total receipts. In
1 S5'J, v hen a fair average of business was trans-
acted at the Custom House of Ilotiolulu, :t few
oilicials were nei'ded at salaries amounting; to
1-1,-100. In IsOl, when merchantmen few and
far Ix-tween arrive at our port, a lare fore; of
: oilicials are employed at salaries amounting to
2,.s(M. In times when our imports amounted
to nearly 7(.UMM, the sum of y 14.-HMI was suili-
' cicnt to j.ay the salaries of able anil ellieient olii-
cers. lu the year lMil, when the whole amount
1 for a corresponding space of time of imports is oit'y
1 is the watchword of the times, and it is repeated
iu every household. If we wish to secure our !
indejieinlence as a people, and our advance to
that high degree of prosps-rity to which soil,
climate and isitioii have fitted these islands in
such an eminent degree, we must repeat the
word r trt nrh. kktklncii in all and every expendi-
ture, and we may yet weather the storm.
NOTF.S OF Till! vYF.F.K.
As Imit.ovfmknt. Good sidewalks have been
long needed in -Miuanu street, ami it is gratitymg
to sec that our worthy Road Supervisor, Capt. Luce,
has fallen energetically to the work c f rem dying
tecting edestrians from danger by cont ict with the
numerous vehicles and horsemen usually passing
ah tig that busy thoroughfare.
Roy KiLLK.n. )a Monday afternoon a native boy
aHiut 11 years old, was crossing the plains, on the
lower road, on horseback. A rope tied round the
neck of the hot se, was wound round the boy's arm and
waist. The horse bolted from the road, throwiug
t the boy, dragging him some distance before the rope
.became disentangled. Sheritr Crown, crossing the
i P1:ins at ,1,e tinic role UP t0 the J"' l,ut f"an'1
: him JJinS fro"' injuries received aUut the heal and
' Rn A w a v from nut Ht suANK. While the A1
'. I ,t u fit was getting under way from her anchorage at
! Kawaihae. she was bailed from the water alongside.
! Upon looking fir the party hailing, a woman was
j discovered, nearly exhausted, whereupon a rope was
i thrown her and she was assisted on board. Cpon
j tolling her story, it seemed she had run away from
I her liege lord, he being a disciple of the Austrian
General Hiynau. Verdict served him right.
Hot t IiKitAKtN'i. I'uring Monday night, a thief
or thieves entered the residence of Mr. Varigny, i:i
l-Vuuaau Valley, and after visiting the principal
j rooms, excepting the sleeping room of Mr. V., de-
le-imrssl irb ..,,mi,!etp nit ,f rlothps hat. black
eVlh fr,k coat, pant!,, &c; n.i a little lote change, j
k..lvj Uhini, silver ns anj otia.r articled cf I
i value, which were accessible.
Nr.w S'liooNKJ. W". 1'. Ryan, Loat-builder, has
1 just finished tht hull (f a schooner of the following
j dimensions : Length of keel, 2-3 feet ; length over all.
' fjo feet ; betm. '.' feet, and depth of hold, 3 feet C
The vessel will be launched on Saiurd ty
next. She was built for Mr. Cooper, of the Royal
Hotel, iu the rctr of which she may be seen.
I Sri'KKMS Corn. The celebrate-! tax case. Webster
j r. Watorhouse, w is decide-! in this court last week,
i agiiust the defend int. Iu the case of Richards., u r
Ifir ling, the verdict wis f r the latter, with r, ts
Lillrr I'rom Mitui.
iKr :a .ur .' rr- ! :.: J
l.'n i alvm' . Ai i;.
Ti.c :c:i::.ir li-t, ( ' i-t i:..t
:i 1... irl, b'.ui.J f.r '. i:. !, .' t
f l!i !
l -. lae :a; .r
a :i i n i - irv
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w !S !
, i :. t r :iK !:t
t:.f Ii.tii :. r
J.' II: lit i. US .f
I";-..:;: !! r.vlulu. ai-l
ii.su'.T r..1 :. U-gth
tli.,- :nc- :;tr- vt-itiLI-.'
t..r. which f..rn;vl tlu-ir tvxt. The A.
lair. 1 bvy. hor u-u ii tia.i- cf
4 :''-' I'. M., hv ir.Uis .i:ii::.iti:i !": in
j I'cf irta ot.t. (s... reuni te !,) ti. the Jt; it: ::e
i f II. K. II. IVll.cc Kiitueh i.Tuha at. 1 sait-.-, i
; L'r. :". 1',. rt-. r IVr l, ?" .f U'aik i, the he.'.iity i f a
rtic :t aiit v aaj,..i.rj . , which ni r: ili'y, ": '. itaat
Ilatacr iua 1 cat. w ii!-! ii; a ;ii rt t:::ie cop tiie
. oittic J'r.'-ra the th, a in 1 hii!s :i II iam'::. A:.;, i.g
i the in ;t j ii :i:'.r.t ::t i:.y :.'.;, w j i-ei t:t l ? alter
j the t-v i -t.r'.e.lH'O j'ft met. tii 1. in- tiie ite-.u;;-
sii.lo'' 1. 1 :!;c C. .1 , H!n-, I ,iai h ;pt y t .s-xy, t ik-
ibg int i e, n-i ier I'.ii ii t':.e ar lunus 'I.itios which
ii kve ,lev,,',vi 1 uM..ii hi:. f 1-ite, uf i:;:;!.:!: . :ti-.--;
tLttije out i f licthii.p, ;!..! the ht-.-k f his !:-irtav
't-sctt e fr..:n tii it f.e :ai 1 i1 '.e wctp'.a, ye kiiyfe , f
II ,if " in the han-Is if a a ttlir.tsi-l -lit-Icait, '.. ke 1
! as mh.;'i:j us a bn?ket f c!itps. H-iviii receive i c-n
'b. -i r 1 tiie Ci.i ni-.'M, i at. I his s i 1 lie l the
; st.-uiiiT grueetully li h-l fr en t'.ie w'ti:irf sti ra first,
h' isrc l :i jih a!l 1 l,,ies-ti!, w re ar ma 1, at. 1 itite i
f..r L.aiiui. We hil a Jel zhtlui'.y s:a..t:i time td
the secc-tnJ city el tiie realm, where we ;i!ii.el
Lr'.'.t atol early the nest tr.i rniiij- Tiie r.esj.'C.sible
t:i I 1 f- uti I j..ujeles m s'aeie in tiie steie cf Mt rs.
II iies ,v t'o . :it 0:lo A.M. 1 he tortaer ceut'e-
in in iuc.iiitiacntly ptcjipit.ite 1 liiiuseif on the cut-
: si'ie i-i : innse, an l put I.ir l.:i:iritt; i:ana. 1 lie uu
j lor.-Iif ric-1 woi-rie 1 tt!..,ut until tiie hour I'-r ,lep:irt!ire,
I say 7.1.'', visiting tiie tieihhorin groceries, -i 1
j miring the breakwater, c I'.eul itin t!;e ieiini-nse
! atn mat of t"l it was 1 iin, iti 1 li-ti tiing hot -.10111-
wliiles to the pi.tyt'ul tvavi-r- itioii 1! sallies cf lVter.
An imj.tiitant a l liti.,11 having heeti iii:;,le tn mir
company in the pers, 11 of His lleit. r Ju-lo J.mes,
we sttatne-1 011 for Kulepoiepn, where we latple 1 the
I'rinee. the C'niruriun, His Holier the Jirlge, Mr.
.1. H iisteaJ, the rcpi ieter of the premises at the
l-ni'liiij;, an.l who, I was t-,! l, ha I not vi-iu-1 Jli.tio
lulu since 1,""'. A Imiratinii i.f tiie scenery iu the
iiiiincliate vicinity i,f hid ilvveliin, couM not he, I
think, the cause cf his remaining so close to his
housi-huM go'ls, fur it tippearcl to me to he sllirhtiy
111 .11 .i, il.ui" 1 11 1 1 11 . 11 ,1 in 111a ii mil 111 in.
! MI s.cf.il tlement in sci uhhin- llaus, tunl
J stoniii.j decks. Leaving Kaiepolepo, at 10, we ar
j rived at M ikee's landing at 12:o(, where, after
1 graceful .oo to a circle of admiring
i friends', stepped into tlie steamer "a boat, with
j other freight, and landed upon the shored of East
j Maui, as well us could be expected after eating I
J sepper, 1 lunch, 1 breikfisr, and another lunch, all
I in tint space of nine waking hours. They eat you
I splendidly 011 boar I tin- A", ;., and tin; worth v
j Captain appears so pleased when presi ling at his wll
I covered table. The obliging steward appears to be
I ever at ynir elbow wi'Ii a dish or two for your se
lection, reminding one of tlie Ilousier's description
of his nurse, whu, he said, was always at his bedside,
like an angel of light, with a lose of rhubarb in
one hand and the word of Uod in the other. In the
multifarious steamer traveling, I have performed
in the hist five and forty years, I have never met
better attention, anticipated often on the part of the
Captain and his subordinates before asked, than
on board the II. S. N. Co's boat the A'.'ir ma . Tlie
patronage and praises bestowed upon her by the
traveling public are sure tokens of its appreciation,
and it emphatically pronounces her to be an " in
stitution " long needed, and made use of as soon as
iieipiired. To the business aptitude and energy f
W. L. Green, Esij , the residents of the Islands nwo
their retention of this steamer, and, it is to be
trusted, the early possession of another. Nothing
wiil tend to ih e development of the inter-island trade
more than this regularity of communication, and it
will be impossible to carry it fully into elfect until
another boat is obtained. It was a source ot regret
to me that the necessary absence of the gentlemanly
l'urser, Mr. W. K. Sea!, at Honolulu, in order to be
present at the turnout of the " soul of soldiery,"
the Honolulu IEflos, in which corps lie rills the im
portant ollico of fl l Lieutenant, deprived me 1 f the
pleasure of his society, but the void was tilled as
well as it could be temporarily by Mr. Win. Corn
well, his predecessor.
Landing at L"lupalak;:a, I chartered a horse, and
afier sonic tall riding, of tlie " sich a gittin up
slairs" order. I found myself at Ib.se Ranch, the
residence of James Makee, Esq., of the former well
known mercantile house of Honolulu, Messrs.
Makee, Anthon cC Co., but now the proprietor of
, , , , . , . ' ,
Makee 3 plantation, and the cultivator of one of the
leading staples of the "Sunny South." I will not
attempt here to expatiate on the beauties of the
scenery visible from Rose Ranch, for a very good
reason, viz, I have not space enough left in my
letter, and pcrhap if I tried to, I would make a
poor Est at it. So merely adding, " more nnou " ou
that head, I leave it for a future occasion.
Having refreshed myself by a night's rest, I
started the nest day to attend Court at Wailuku, a
short ride of 25 miles, across the cool and beauti-
ful plains of Kaiepolepo. Arriving ut Waikapu, I
met II. R. H. I'rinee Kamehameha, the Governor of
i Maui, lirs. Ford and Hutchinson, Judge Jones, Dist.
Attorney Roud, the Rev. Mr. Alexander, ami many
others, examining into the cause why, of such a
sudden mortality among the cattle. 1 learnt that it
arose from drinking from a stagnant pool ot water,
and was not infectious. I loft tlie crowd, examined
Mr. John Crowder's Sugar mill on the road, near
the scene of the cattle mortaiity, (this mill is not in
operation, mid I was tmable to learn its capacity.)
and arrived at Wailuku in f ur hours and a half
from L'lupalakua. Wailuku looked green and
nourishing, ami me mm stainis near ine cnurcu i
where it was first built, and I suppose wil. cont.nue
to stand there for some time. I dined with my !
friend Haverkost, to whose eloquence as an advocate, ,
I owe the successlul termination of my law suit,
and at 4 started back for L'lupalukua, where I
arrived at 1. M-, in the language of an ancient
, , 1
poet, most eatawamptiousiy caawea up, 'net
! have been growing no better very fast, ever since,
j The statistics which I have gathered cn this
jaunt. I shall forward to the l'ilyn'iii t office.
Thev can be used to advantage in setting forth
.' the beni fits which have sprung from the law
! created for mitigating the evils arising from," .vc.
The nest evening II. E. II. Prince Kamehameha,
; the Governor of M tui and lr. Fori, arrived at Rose
Rmch, and stopped f r the night. They left by the
! steamer the following morning. II. R. H. the I'rinee
! expressed himself highly pleased with the looks
j of the plantation, ia which expression 1 heartily
During my absence at Wailuku attcn ling Court,
the m 11 of the plantation broke down, tlie third or
fourth break down of the se- -..n. The worthy pro
j prietc-r, although used to these breakdowns, would
I prefer his mill dancing to some oi ler tune It has
! been repaired, and will cotumencw grinding on
j Monday, the 12th.
I purpose in tny nest to give you a running ac
count of my visit to Makawao and the sugar plau
tafons. I am sorrv to write that the drought
j Jen already caused muca l.-ss to tne p.at:ters. ana is
;di!!y assuming n.,:re alarming proportions. Thi?
; is the thirl dry seas, n in succession. The Haiku
cane however looks fresh yet, but that of the East
Maui and Urewer plantati ns is saJcrin-j greatly.
j There have been a g "l many visitors in these re
! eiet.s of late from Honolulu, and residents have
leeu called upon often
To wi-lcon.e the coti.i:i.'. 1 the parting truest."
IV We are happy to note the return to H-niolula,
ia "vod health, cf the Rev. Mr. Uine ii. His r.umer-
., ... f,:..,..ia tetti ..rii.' him irif-'lr. ITe nrrive I bv I
the Mjn.ir.j: Stir. As Mr. l."s ; t-te-bo. k is pretty !
sure to be well sturivi with ficts C' liiiecte-l with the
i-lttil- vl-;te l !y hit::, in his southern voyage, the
re.ib-rs if the popular Fri :n-! may ktk f.r inteiest
iti,' d' t i:ls in its coniittg nutnbf r.
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Mi;. Ki'in-r. : arc 1;,W f.M --ci v. d
f:-ai .o ii, aa 1 :iro h '-. .; n. a icur
rc.i.-.'i 1 1 i:-. iui.i . t no . f i-'UVfi-'i ui
: !.:.: itc- t:. i: w- -ti! arc ut.x:. u t-. nvi.-it '
s-.civty. It i j...w thf v'i'y-thir 1 ! .v i:
sai'.cl. l: ivi: it-:': . ii t;:v 11th M y.
ahsci.c. wl !i i . i' 1 A; .tiii., r.ir.iw-i.
.si-tt.-l. a:: 1 As.r:
i. Vl : ut. 1 ti e ti .
:t. in health, a:..i .: -
si. a s, l r tiie tin s
i:i.-i ::i :!i..'r t:-'.. t! ::.?;
uijs'a nary w,-: k. Te n.e the
;!.t:"ai, ali i 1 feel es.'ce lltiiy
tl !:, h is I .-vti 1::. st ie
itivi .-:tt. 1 i a-Iiuia 1 hv ti.e .-y .
My civet its :. iw i 1 hessit; y, :t. ;.- t sprea 1 ' e-i'lvy-
i:r re i iet's, s :..e fi.es w'.icii i !.a. c iri.-i: 1
Jar!:. t-,y era!, reft-ectiti the s'i;.;'.,s. 1 f.w if the
IV.;:;; . ,", .-..... wh:a sai'.el r-iu 11, m-hs'.u
f- r :i:!ii. iii Au:,i-r, IP", hniiii: . i; 1 o-ir.l. as
p-is. i.srers, I't:-:. ! .t.i-nis an I t..tiit!.iss".-::er Ur-wn
i'. 1 S a. I
i.si yi u - have pis-i 1 away at..l n t the
Ill.ai'un i. is hcctl receive' rtsiaCt.I.
tae I ite i t
s-el an 1 rassentrers.
. su: pcf I she ttiijht h ive gone ilowu iu a tyt !i 11,
, an l I'tliets that she run upon s -tne reef at; I ai! per
ishes!, '.'it such tii "uciits hae been n.ere ect j.-ctuves.
Wlieiher the f iio'.vin f icts threw any Itjrht upon
: thirf h'.tiiei to mysterious atl iir. I leave far your riai
! ers an l ethers te ir:iw their cwn inferences. Iurir.pr
; otir iheoiitii.n, at K". ti, f !'. 'st n Is', uv!, it t. veil's
i Isi ui I, as it is i i- l J.iwn en different cii irts, I
! g ithere l 0. -nsi lerable inf., rui itiou respecting the
Ifir.i'.icil 'lepre! it: ins ot tlie M vrshall Is! in Jets.
.' S.ene f icts upon this sul iect have airev ly been pub
, li!ie l. an I tie rs will ere 10114 arpe-ir.
j Until recent ly the natives h-ive been very cautions
. about iep.,iti:i!j to foreigners the former tratisactiotis
'of the isiatp let's; but as the missionaries gain more
1 1 1 ill UTice. interest iiii; disclosures are beitifr made.
I From two natives, examined separately, and by the
: aid of a jrned interpreter, I gather as follows :
I Ah. ut fifteen or sixteen years a.i, there-came to
j tin? Iskm 1 of Find, in tiie fill of tiie year, a large
hi at. (not a whale boat, or small boat,) having in it
j six nun. Three of these, to employ the language cf
j my it f irmants, were c'tii f' men, very handsomely
I and richly dressed. They wore not like common
i sailors. They had very much property in their boat,
j sail-, provisions, compass, clothing, .c. They want-
od water. They had touched at one of the windward
j islands', and procured e-oa:iuts. My informants
thus describe the t'in c i. " nu n : One tall, han 1-
somely dressed, and white hair, with red handkerchief
about his neck. He led the party when they landed,
-o . .1.: ..1 t..;...,.l .....I ... .;.-i.i 1
j oas, ii'ii 1 1 1 ts 1 1 11 1 v.-4 1111.1'a .iu'i n i.ixtu , .1 j.iaiu
i l'oiuinis ? The next man w is large and portly, well
i dressed, and tall. Was nut this Cipt. Weston ?
' The other was short, thick set, but rather fleshy,
; yet well drossy 1. Was not this Ex-Commissioner
! 1'iriiwn ? The rem-iiniiur three made no special iui
; press!, ,n upon the minds of my informants,
j When the party landed, they made signs for the
;'big chief" of Ebon. There was a great crowd of
people upon the shore. The spot where they lauded
was at the entrance into the latroon, on the south
west side of the island. Some of the chiefs were for
killing them immediately, but resolutely op
posed the design. The contest was sharo among
the chiefs, what should bo done. The friendly chief
beckoned to them to follow him, but he was finally
overpowered, and the mid project was formed of
putting the whole party to death, winch was done
I by stoning. Then followed the scene of plundering
tin boat and throwing the bodies into the sea.
' Such, briefly, is a summary of the facts which I
j have gathered, and from a eareful consideration of
; these statements and others of a corroborating 11a
j ture, lam irresistibly led to adopt the conclusion
: that the murdered persons belonged to the William
! J'ilsun. I think the vessel must have struck upon
1 some sunken reef or low island, and been wrecked,
I while the crew an 1 passengers all, or in part, cs
i cape I.
j Some of the foregoing facts 1 did not ascertain
j until after leaving the island, fait as the Jurninsz
I SI, ir brought both of my informants (natives of
, Ebon) t Honolulu, it may be pos-ible to gather ad
ditional particulars which will throw more light and
informal ion upon this melancholly affair. I am fully
satisfied, however, that if the subject is carefully and
cautiously investigated, the most satisfactoiy mform-
ation may be obtained.
I Some of your readers will recall the fact, that it
! was at this same range or group of islands, that
; ("apt. S. 1'owsett disappeared in ISoo. I made in-
fpiiries in regard to that affair, but could not gleau
i any new facts. This however is not strange, inas
! much as Ebon is the most southerly island of the
! group, while the I'ixnrilorvs are the most northerly,
at least 20.) miles apart. I am however of opinion,
1 that as the .Mission gains influence, the fate of ( apt.
I Ii iwsott may also be ascertained. The chiefs have
! hitherto been verv strict in tint nllnwiiif their neo-
J p!0 to communicate to foreigners the history of past
j transactions, but they might lie called to account by
the visit of a man-of-war, for although they never
saw a vessel of war, yet they live in an u,,r.,s,j
state of mind resnectmg tne visit of a ship ot that
, ,iescriplj0II. Captains, sailors and others, have
j often threatened them with the visit of a man-of-
war, if they did wront
hence the idea is familiar
' to their minds.
j Imring our cruise, we have not seen a square
I rigged vessel of any description, hence, we have no
larce list of ships t" report.
j Hoping very soon to resume my labors among the
good people of Honolulu, I remain yours,
"S. C. Damon.
The I'ulyi:es.t:iM iiikI the Ilitsviiiiiiii I'a.tnrsi
j Mr. Emptor : It seems from the Government Or
i gan, that Hawaiian pastors are to be tolerated as re
j ligious teachers, but in politics they must be absolute
j ciphers. Can you tell us, Mr. Editor, what kind of
, a religion we shall teach, so as to avoid having any
influence in politics ? I'erhaps you will thus help us
to escape the castigatinti of the Government Organ,
j A religion which has no cntitiling influence over
an individual's or a nation's political course, is not
a religion found in tiie Christian Scriptures, and we
I venture to say, it is net a religion worth teaching to
I any nation, barbarous or civilized. How, then, is
the I'hristian teacher to pursue ids work, and yet
uaT0 no political inlluence. and even a " ured.aaiii-
ajjt., lMt-lc,l jntbience, if he is successful in giving
!lis religious teachings a predominant influence? It
js cert:lilljy llis a;iu t j-'ivt. n:s religious teaching-; a
i predominant and coiitrolmg inlluence over tlie whole
, man. He Wf uld induce all men, if possible, to live
up to the precept of the Apostle, Whether ye cat
: or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of
Gol." And if, by his teachings, he caiid bring all
men up to this high standing, would he not virtually
control all the political affiirs of the world ?
If Hawaiian pastors have exertel this cntreling
1 influence1 in the Hawaiian nation, is it not a sure evi-
deuce that they have been eminently successful in
'their work as religious teachers? That Hawaiian
i pistors have d, tie anything more than carry f, rvard
1 their appropriate work as religious teachers in this
j broa 1 sense, we defy the e liter of the ',. inr.iii n , or
j any one else, to show. Assertions an 1 vituperations
i are not proof. Appeil to the testimony of a preju
I diced community is not proof. So far from stepping
j aside from their work as teachers, ra.ny of tlie ras-
tors tl.e writer among others have never cast a vote
j at a public election.
These remarks are made with the kindest feelings
J towards one from whose religious and political views
we are compelled to differ. S i far as our own repu
i tati'.n is ccnc-riie 1, we have very little anxiety u! ut
' tae weekly effusions of the Government Org mi, b-t
tieir inlluence in breikitig " the new-ma le ice" the
raoral e ntrel now exerted over the p-eojoe, is a snb
, ject in which all, who dwell on these shore-', have a
' deep c tictrn. Let this ice be 1 ikcn, and what be
comes cf our Hiwaiian Eden 1 A P isToit.
Mr. EidT'iit : In the Vvlywlin of the l''th itist.,
, . r I . . 1 I : .. . 1 i tl- '. . - I
in tae report oi a lecture (je.ivenj i ia n i.rt .uinuy
Gibson, Es.p, the following language is said to have
'been Ui-od by him: "The lite United States and
i Territories.' And this san.e gentleman has a pass-
port frota the 1'i.iti I St.iUs Government, an 1 s. licit.-1
the U. S. Comtaissiofier at this place to vi.' the docu-
tnetit, on the very day bctore he is re ported O Lave
use 1 the remarkable lancu-ige above iU"tel. Is
nsister. .' Vi hat possible use can the docu
ment be to Mr. i , if the L'bite l Stites o.vernmerit
is n w c,ne td the things that w,-re ? If he thinks so,
wii7 di 1 lie wish to have the United States Commis
sioner's ;' a I I-l t" the pa-sport ?
C rr ... 1. :.
M iiu bl i;
( iui.i wk'lln- "Murnins Mt.
ll..Mu i.r, A i :. 11. 1S"1.
M.t. I:;.jt..e : As " 7V, .,:"" wi
vi r tin? public with : !".' I :i . .v.:::t i f !
! s n
:i ". luo t:':p .. Mien i.c.v... it
::. t t,ccc? iry
mo Jo irakc a loi) lv rt.
Wo If it l!..i:.!n:.i
:, ;.c 1"
IV.t i f tie' I-', in i-. at: l
I- Ap i;-:o,r. M-y --'tii.
I, V.O t
. . i' t o K
with a fr. -h I ri i :
si:.:e-t M li '.a i, e
tiie fe!!',Hii;j no r
in I w re s- ii
Mr. I'.. tiuh-ua a?;.
s M.ll h!;i:, Is
iii'ii i : to 1 tin
ig, on at Ap'it ing
, :i th-
Mi ill st-,t: 11.
!!.i" us in their
ir 1 1 i ted us w ith
i:u a. a.'
1 at :e we e-ltae to .iiich' t", aa l :
Mii-ii a w i le. '. as tii. so t t.Iv c in c;
w lie leu i-i! .e
ei ilizo 1 Hi rl 1.
three days, Jls
the ui:.s-i,.narii s
rc.urse witii tin
l:i tir.s t'.t-:i-a::t la, ,-n we st':;
1 charg:.b; laiss'u u stales, visit 11;
at.d heating of the progress i : 1 ie in ti.iir wi rk d 1
ring the past yc ir. An., ::g 1 tl.er ie pefai signs, the
kit g and ijuccti were clothed, and listonir.g with
ftiid atteiiti. ti to the instruction of their teachers
Mr. :i:i 1 Mrs-. I'.ir.ghua t"i k p is-age with us tv
laraH 1, which we reach. -d oti the afternm-n of the day
we lift Apai itig. l'o'.H. l the II iwaiiati Missionaries
iu good health, cheerful ati 1 prospering in their
labors. Spent tiie abbath with them and visited
thiir pn ichitig stations
Sabbath eveliin-', the
, . , . . 1
sacrament was o: -orv.M at .Maa.-c s nouse. nu.i , crcplt auo hUnM for liavit.c suppressed the cou
iniant daughter b-.ptized by the Kev. Mr. la- sniracv of that arch traitor, s-iid. ' if the tlorv 1 f
mi n. Far'v on Men lav left Tarawa, and soon placed
Mr. and Mrs. lVingham in the boat which met us out
side of their lagoon. Less than 4S hem's of fair
wind brought us t Fbon. It was our intention to
take in Mr. I'oane and spend a few weeks exploring 1 lie from the vortex of revolution, now that it his
among the Marshal! Islands, but the health of Mrs. expanded trom ocean to occ.m, has become tie ad
I, , ,. 1 1 , 1 1 , :.i ;..,,. 1;,,. ,i,,.M f miration ot the Will 1, and has ren lered the f. uu-
1'V.ailV ..II' lilt I'.ll'C H IjUlU'l IllllilVUt.llk s-l
...... l:.- .1.1.. I ..-11...
Climate, ana me expedition Has anamiouo 1. ue
powers that be," of the Marshall isles, do not seem
as fivorablv disposed towards the truth as could be
desired, but old Kaibuke still promises fair to pro
tect the misssoiiaries. This is consoling among a
blood-thirst v race like theirs.
I laving spent four days with Mr. I'oane, we took his
family on board and left him td pursue his labors
with his efficient helper, .Via. Kaibuke staid by our
vessel till the last. "The loaves and fishes" are
with him a great consideration. Owing to light
winds and culms, we did not reach Strong's 1-1 and
until the 6th day from Ebon. For fear of being
long detained iu the harl r, the .1. N. lay off and
on after landing mvself and 1 asset: ers. Found all
well at Mr. Thomas' and received from them a hear-
ty welcome for ourselves and the mad. 1'uring trie
five days of cur stay, there was such a succession of
si-nails of wind and rain that we had no opportunity
to communicate with our vessel, bat as she was in
charge of an experienced officer, we were not anx
ious for her safity.
June 20th was fair, affording us a chance to em
bark, atnl hastily disposing of Mr. Snow's goods in
boats belonging to the harbor, we scpiared away. Iiy
this trip of the .Mn nin Star, the Kiis iians received
the first printed book in their own language. Mr. S.
thinks the state of his field more encouraging than it
has ever been. Four days from Strong's Island
brought us to anchor in the middle harbor at Ascen
sion. Here we remained 11 days, taking in wood
and water and recruits for our homeward voyage.
Also took on board as passengers', Mr. II .borts and
family, Mrs. Sturges and daughter, and Master Cay
ol Corget. The IVnapians have been slow to receive
the gospel, but it is hoped there are some among
them who are true followers of Christ. Quite a num
ber have united with the church during the past
year. Mr. Sturges has prepared for the press, the
tiospel of John," and lias Mark nearly ready also.
July 4th, sailed for Honolulu, with a favoring
brccz-.;, on the l'Jth lost the X. E. trades in Eat. 24
20' N, Lon. 1(50 E. We then experienced light vari
able winds, with sipialls to Lat. 34 Lon. 105 E.
Here, on t!,e morning of July 12th, we were over
taken by a heavy gale. It commenced from E. S. E.,
utid towards evening veered to S. S. W., raising a
fearful sea. At 10 1'. M. the whale boat was swept j
from the davits, and fears were entertained for the
safety of our little brig. She however rode out the I
gale without injury, showing herself a remarkably I
good sea boat, and we would nut forget to uckuowl- I
edge the good hand of l'rovidonce in thus delivering
us from our great t.erih Owiug to head winds and 1
sea, our passage siuce has been tedious, making 40 i
days from Ascension. It seems hardly needful to j
add that we were glad to cast anchor in the ipiiet
harbor of Honolulu. Yours respectfully, I
C. . Gki.kit.
A D V F. RT I S If RS AUK ?I'K( IAI.I.Y KK
Ql' KSi'Kl to hand in their utlvi-rli-einent. us
early as may !o convenient.
R. A. ('.-Tin' Kcituliir .Meeting of
.' : the Honolulu Uoyal Arch Chaiili.r will lie held at the
"T, v He-mis Tii IS I-. I Mi, ut 7? o'clock.
J. S. WALK KK,
Honolulu, Auir. li, liOl. (JT.l-lt) Secretary.
a.-,. v. a. wooiiSKY i:c.f;s i.kavk 4-
C.. to inform his tri.-n ls and the pul'lio "em-rally, fs-ssyT-S.-rt:
tloit he is prep.-m-'l to do any work entrusted
to him. in the l. -t niaui'T, and at
1 K I IT O K J I Ii I C I'i !
INrsoiis intcrt-tt'il will iln well to ; t a. li-t of It I r pru U-fire
nntVi-insr work Iscwht-ru. O. VO'LKV.
II IV IS I rf
ALU and riiliTKlt,
II Olio! ul ii.
21 2-1 y
raHF, IA RTNKRSIIll' I! Kit KTOFOR Ff
'A existiii"- be;w-.-ii the imdersiL'ti, ,1 uinh-r the style of
" Kitson llari" is this day ilis.s,.lvcil bv mutual rons.-nt.
JOHN III I S' IN.
C11AS. H. 11 A KT.
Honolulit. July 1-t, 1SU1. 7i;-am
XT I'll'-l-iiidi-rsicti'-1 is Authorized I" settle till the atTiirs of
tlie late firm, and will continue tin- Imsin. -s. at th" id -' i:i,l on
his own neo.ouiit. JOHN ItlT.-oN.
The nader-iu-ii' d will l.-.ise on -h.ar.s f,,r a b nn of
v.-ai in I'-ts of Ir-.to i,o to loo. vouii-.' oranu-e trees, lu
years old. and now betrioiiinu' to b- ar. I s- of land for
cultivation, wi'.li pasturiiL"; fr.-e. Apply to
II. N. i.ltKLNWKLL,
27g :;t K' lak'-iKiia, Hawaii.
A MACHINE BLACKSMITH.
von hi t a r;ooi WORKMAN nkkd
a,''! apply- gTg-gin llKNoI.I 1.1 IltoX WultKf.
a c-iiartkr h as hkkn : ra ntkd isy
A-V tl.e il uTa.i ui i .v.-riiiii'-at to a ('oii.p .ny ea,.-.l the
W.IIUKA ill lIS'. AMI A'.rl'a 1 I I l: u. CM!-AW, f r the pur I -
of . ai r .in.-or, a lii-.i:! ana A uriealtiir.ai bu-ire on tie- l-iaud
or 11 niaii Tiie i. il-u - ! i -or- have ie-.-ti el-et.- 1 oil:.-rs f ,r
tie- '-r.-t y-ar : V . L. 'ir-,;,. I', -:,1 -i.t : ' - '. Mr-I.-.m,
S-eretarv at.d Treii-nr.-r : Kr ei'-i- sp.-n,-. r. M :n.i... r '! Hawaii.
I l'.vthet l.art-r. the ii:.-.:-';. 'f '-,. i, s',.-' t !.-r m l i:at- , to
j the amount .liie lij-ii the -bar- or -har- le Id or .w:ie I by dim.
I oK'i i'. i l.liAN. s.. rotary.
I Ilo'iohiiu. An -. S. l'v',1. -TJ-ini
Oh! Conju r am!
Sji rcii isk; at thk iiiljukst mar
K h T ritii i. by
070.:;,:, li. 11 A i KFKI.I' A: Co.
SUGAR AND IViOLASSES!
From the BREWER PLANTATION,
Noir coming' in. .'in-1 f ,r sal- l.y
C. ilKKM Kit gi.
II ti oluhi. July 1. ls-.l. CTJ.'.:ii
SUGAR, SYRUP AKD MOLASSES !
C I C)y isoi.
From East Maui Plantation.
F'.r sa',..- in in: t:,t!:.i. s t -u.t. l y
II. lI.VCKFKI.il .V. CO.
An, Jul v 10. 1-
. TIIK FIRM OF I.KTT As S-
Mj I'.LNNKTT h!ivi:-.-.'l.e:..i...lv... by . V? V
f S.1 tiiutual c.!.-em. th- uad-rsu't.e.1 kJa.
1 r ,1 pive ti,- th it h- h i- a- vtrCajB
c:it-,l !r. A. .1. M'K- 'in-y with hinis- if ua l-r th- style "I
W'..i Y'ili c.-irrv
eii'ru-t-.-i to th
A i sijpp
,1 th - Root siikI Mioe Kn-iiie-s, at th-
till staa-1 ia Nuu-ma str-;, !. r- ail order.
will I t - rav.lv att'-Ti-.,-! to.
v of l.--t li
1 a!f -kin ai'..'13-s oti h
i i ail w..r. ruarant'
d to -'ive sati-l.i'.ai'
a to riisioniers.
W .M. LLNNLTT.
ty our M:riiK" rrjrt, l!i Ai;.t rio:iM vh ,
Cn. I'ik-f. Tsii't. .1. 1'. Thtr. !ini,l at thi, j, t-
1-Jth n.ft., ".'I ilas fi.-lu K..'. ::rW. !l.rr(!1.
tv'ii's c itcii is oi iisiiictv.I f-iir. Sli. :n!t
m:uo .liv, f-'i" tho coist if Suit li Atari ic:i.
I .ill the
Srr mh: IV1.1 Thi" u-eful little tu has lri.j ti,T
Uiilor pi.ioel en In ud again, alter h:iv;r.g uti hr
potie th. rough repairs. She will be able to do
any toning however until after the artival cf tl,L
Co:., I, with S'.nie iron castings ndctt l fntiiS.m
Uur th inks are due to ("apt. 1 iN", -ck for a
! rope thrown in the nick of time, while going along
side if the M 11 .', I .- and sui. Iiy 1 tin r lawrs at
I'ltK-ii'ivr l.iiei. The Louisville J-.nuil pub.
!es 11 1, n-T an 1 able let tor from Mr. Ib.lt. !-:.. V
I S. Secretary if war. lie routi-els K.'ntiioky t,.
j stand by thel'idoii, and urges the import .irj-.'e of
I strongthonitig the hands of the Adinitii-i 1 ati, 11. As
' regards the action of l'ns; dent Lino 'n. he says :
! While a fir mere fearful responsibility has falh-n
upon I'l-esidoiit l.iiic.dn than up, .11 any of his pre-
decossois. :t must i e .'i.iMiutisi mat ne nas met it
.idMUtti1'! that lie lias niot
' w itli promptitude and fearlessness. I icern, in one
!..r 1.1 .,e.i f i.ii.a .i,.ii,,-t I'l, si .."i V i f , . ., ltn
1 " ' ..i. .. ...... . ... . . n
j him who founded Ibone was groat, how ranch gri-nt-
er should be that of him who bad saved if from
j overt h row after it had grown to be the mistress of
the world?" So it may l e slid if the glory that
statesman or chieftain who shall snatch this rctiub-
tains of the lives of thirty millions of people fouu-
j . : r u.xnu.Cf
The vigorous measures adopted for the safety of
'Washington and the Severimient itself mav seem
open to criticism in some of their ileiaus, t,i th.
i who have jvt to learn that not only has war, bke
j peace, its laws, but that it has also its privileges and
I its duties. Whatever of severity, or even of ir-
I r.(T 11 1 11-i 1 v liiH' Ifivt, .ivls.?i M- i 1 1 tin,! ifs i ,1 st i R....
tiou in the pressure of the terrible tie v-sity under
which the Administration has been called to- act.
W hen .a man feels the poignar l of the destroyer at
his bosom, he is 11, t likely to consult the law b.oks
as to the mode or measure of his rights' of :u!f de
fense. What is till" of individuals is, in this ie
spect, oipi illy true of governments. The man who
thinks he has become disloyal because of what the
Administration has done, will iiivLat Iv discover.
i after a close examination, that lie was disloval be-
- fore. l'.ut for what h is been d.uie, Washirgton
1 might ere this have been a smouldering heap of
j 1 , , 1
o ir 23l. X
! - -.- !
..'-.. it ' .
tsie: st i:. lis r:s:
"Will leave I I onol 11 1 11 for
H I L O !
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
(. 1I.I)AV, Auavr ;,
At I111I I-jiii nt 1 I. M. r-ci-lj.
OX Tl KSDAV. SKI'T. tt. I'Olt liOM.
ON MONDAY. SKI'T. !. KOIt IIII.O.
ON TI KSDAV. SKI'T. 17. FOR liOV.t.
OX MONDAY. SKI'T. 2:1, FOR II 1 1.(1,
AND FOR KAUAI.
ON THCRSDA V. Of I OUF.lt :t.
ON Tlll"RS!AY. NOV KM It Kit II,
ON MONDAY, DKC'F.M HKR :iO.
JANIOX, OKLKS if Co.,
Honolulu. A ul'. 1.1, ls'U. gTt Jt Aircnts II. S. N. Co.
JAS. J. O'DONWELL,
Tractim! House aiu. Ship Plumhcrs
3 IIVIIK.trblC RAMS. Ill FT IN U Firre
",'.!'- I'uiiips, Hath Tubs, as, sian.l-, W an r I I is-l-. t tr..
f i i.) fitted up in the liest iniuin. r. All work done al the
v ly ,,we-t rate iiii-l p.-i-f.-i-t s:nisia,-tion w;irr:ml, ,1.
.1. .Iiliit ir puio-tually attended to.
Work-hop on Kaaliuiii.'inu Stps-t, ie -'rly opposite Ulr. J. f.
C, II, urn. -Tl-litn
S) A R K NTS AND IITIIKItS R K II KRK
by in :, ,1'in: tl thai ih, Fall Term n'o-ilm oil, will cm
tiienre on V ,-, lues, iay, Au. -I.
t'aniliilates ,,r adiiiissioii will be i-Miiiii',,',) on Tuisnlay pris.
cenline. at ID o'cl-wk, A. M. rimrtualiiy is ih -ir-d.
la In-half of the Trust.-,...
27I-.1t K. W. . AUK. -er.-t.-iry.
r.EW AMD AMD
ii t iMvrri Tif i:.
(T5r--XKW AND SKf'OVD- r
-es-Ki' - Iiai'd Kuri-iliu-.-ol . v. ry .( ,-i p'i'-ii. I'i
Vl - " s,sj Cousb-uitly "0 I. oi l, aul I' r sale ul h
low prices. 1 '
A Lsi )
iSVroK(I-!ian:! Fiirniliirc I'onht .it
U. ALIAS'S l AMVLXlTM S1U)1
Fort st., opposite A. 1 1. Canwriht's F" d Storr.
1 i' K O A Ul" R FfA l"S always ,,n hand. JTl-lm
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p-n-vi-f lire ?f1ToA"i 1 '
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rg'll K I" N D K R S I (i N K D Will Ml R I'S-
I if.t illy iv f.r in hi- tii.-nd- n:.d th- p-ibrc .'....erallv that,
the II -iioliila St. am l'.:-'i;:l b il. ry I.- n.:.' 1, av in lull - rati.
le- i. pr. ;, ar - ! to lur-,: h I' l l ai. 1 N ivy I'.r- ad, W a'.'-r Crari--rs
and oth-r d, -' rip'i .ns ol
iiA :x i : i ; isci;i rrs,
A'.l , f superior 'jiial.'y ni.d :.l
Prices to defy Competition !
r'.irtii s furrii-htrivr t!iir iwn tV-nr f r sSij- lr. ;il, will hnve it
m:ul uj at tin l- w.t i - r.-t
SHIP BREAD EEBAKED.
Or.'.- rs fr ,:i: th- oth- r i.-l.-.iid- pi
tlv lO'-r.-t. .1 I...
K' Hll.IlT l.o K.
N iiiian-i sir,
r ,' Ord-rs ia H ,m !al 1 f.r
Wileox, Uic.'.ards v Co. t'u
p, t.. 1,-ft -.:!i Messrs.
THK ItUITIMI CI.II'I'KR IMItK
"iriioiiiars iniii r
.4 1 AT LLOYD S Fall W YK.MIS.
T TO l.V. VH I.I VKI! I'OOIj IN JI'M
Twi.l. a cir.-i thy s. 1. -ct-.l e:,'.-. :. U; t-d I t thi- toarl
iiieludin-.' the u-aal :i-.-rlii.. !.o of 1 r:','-. una ..if., r
I Iry i "ids.
( 'ottoll Seed,
S.imtil' s ' f 1'rints an-l brv ti-iA. h-.rtiv I I
o7u-."iii " JAM'iN.iiiil.lN'.. C":
lOR SILK II V TIIK UO OR TIN. Ill
V.. . II ALU
1ST RKI F.IVI
1.VJ b .Is. e ra n
ID KX "
FOR FAMILY I si:
loo half bbls s.-iliiion
For an!- by
C. UKKW lilt Jk ( ..
: ifm'A ew" ..t. .-Msar
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