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THVEMtjr.Ot TUHt.R IT, l-w,l.
I rntnpariswt with tint of the corresponding is..e f f.mr
years, tlw k, although b seller than its predeeessors,
! keen one of rinw dullness. Wr shall probably have the
bUk of the h&liug fleet u o us all at our. m.-e our last, the
i41sf ,n have been lh rineiil events io business circles :
Wa-airasi. The Olhrlln arrived nn the lth. beinr be fit
arr.vsl from t hailing Iuum brl. Th" Pi lie, ilh
a.j brts. sperm, aiel the bark fanny, with brls. tul',
arrive.! vesterlay. The I'ktlltp I. o the l-lth. an. The
latter vessel n a.ir-Ttivl to be I I at aui-tioti.
Ht I rm.uT. We have beet, ntuMr t' learn of any vese
peiftrely chartered to tale hotnesjsr'l o.l aaj botie freights.
It m a ruuirtl nil th- tr"t th.lt tie ?eiKIer atxl Oth'ltu
1? tu pncfrj t to Franci--", l:f e ar asur.l by the
t'apuiu of the Msvr that the rftrt i with-it fsindatiou. a.-ij i
ty thai of lh latter, that his movement !rnJ upou his ,
adsm-s received by teit m.til. The ri of liore.lula mul
urrly be in it l"e..em:e, rfffi i.ooe of its luerchaiits have I
FROTI Till: OCIIOTSK
Se--" lZs -
- t.e mean for 1 1 shipment ;
'. r-ronant of a one- proul
Krporl of Snip Othello.
May 2.M. "hip Polar Star v lost the K: ii.r-, in alout
lat. 0 - 50 or S7 - N'jrth. The captain and crew were t-n
off by the Ulif-r (fck-r auJ l-;irW A.;c-. m hu ali.j U.uf.t
tli" frl. No l(t. Th-Oiii-r 'rocL-r v a on!y a sh'.rt
half aai to ,Uwr. a; tl,- i,m-. ul in w-Hrin h-rr U-
prorat-tl fur yr-at a t
- n r : i
Wl IUI4 "-, IV l l,"l.. I 1MH11 vi vm. -
jjj ! irui -Yi-rai in.ira quit-- ti irI. cul imaiiy V ' oc Wiinnui icir-K
Aji.-T- - -r:-r ,V- ... ' t! Uth. f..K Fan- 'l ' "H- ! "J l. lail-an-on t-arj of th-
OIht Crocker, and will irotati!y nni-to the l-laia in l.-r.
The Alicr Frair a l.-it Unt auitir iti H- rr yh--: t:iy. lit
oinK'a Jlaoi. w::ii alttt gallon cii-u:uiul oil, wLirli L-
Lcki Ijt a or i.t. Vr LaT atn at th office tj A. J.
Cwtwricbt, m. - of cooAoat o.l, intmded to br have b-arj the particular, of her
rot to the Fair to r- Lrl.l in London in 1S62, auJ ! C,' t- w'kr -a at U.:b.4k City t!,- Mh S- t. Cai-t. H't
it -a. a. pare and prl.icl a. ii-rinff water. ! Ca.t. Walker w.n.M cmr d..n in tl.e l.ark
The chnoner r IT, Irk on the lith, arrive.l to the conniRn- ' X-hot.k r-.t. 10. atxi li -l v-ry liriht win.!
ntnt of Mer. WiU;.., KM.hanl i Co., torn a trailing oyai:e. J " thr l"""tr down. Th- weather in the N.-rtli part .f the
he brought 21 r-k oil, ri y,. ., W, re,rt-d a Laf.i.R rh"1,k h-i ,rn the firt part ..f July. No
aaiM (ur ftn Franciwto, full. " "'"
Tbe FVruvian ship frt runila arri-d on the 10th, aiul haiu
lainni nvuory nerrary fur r-pair ou Uttrury, will have
liapatch in all lf. week.
TIk CoHtt.tult- ailnl on the I'Jth for VU ti.rU an.1 Pup-t
SouoJ, haUic ir Ute halk of h-r cargo ItXi.Clo tt.i. au'ar,
,'' pih. BKJatM, alal 9t Kalis. rup.
In p-neral trade we bear of transactions in
llsss AmerWu, $17 ; llaaaiUn, $i a' 21'.'.
Fobs MeM. J.
HL perm, Wir ; whale, 7r.
i:ui4M.ii-IUlri for U'liaU-rt' b.Its are ur.s -ttUil.
Ktir Motl! Uua't ie n, if you happen to till in any
tt..i,f yoa uiklertalie. Try it airaiu, u; it a huolreJ times if
you iton't aurreeil -fe, arttl alt the whifc- I MuCyintr to if
you have not (aiie.1 throuirh fue n :l.k'i- e ami oters.ght of
your own. Ikm't throw down jwun and drift stern dre.
i-jkat, because the ule i SKaiusl )ou. Tti- tide don't always
run one way. Never anchor :au th- wind don't liappen to
Le fair ; beat to wibdward. an. I ain all you can until it chanires.
If you don't ft tu the b.ttiju of the aneel. hmug on ; don't
Ihtoa. nf lettinic : the lie it turn will brine yuu ou top.
a.l you in ilOt. l't l-t l.tue wear olf the eile of tlie
l4rton. Kronoanie, work hariler aail Se-nd less, and hurry
out. Iter misfortune overtake y.u, d'Mi't sit down anJ niope
nod her walk over you. Ful ui more sleaui. diie ahead
and ont of the way. If you WMt oi-stacl a in your path, climb
over, dir kuler. or ro amual th-ni never turn back
Cnrmy to-day. you doo t better matters oy wniuuif; anu Kruwi-
nff. lie ( jud natnreiL Take iira.) . I lie suit WiU Sluoe lo
Burrr7. to you lose a Um ib4lars by a had sie-culalion, never think
of eoUeetinr a riuwr's jury a)ut your houe. If you are a
aaeehanir. don't refuse tu work these bant times because you
rani gX Ihe nifh rates you did last )ear. That only brlps to
snake them harder tor yourself ami everybody else, tb-iter
take a doiar or two less than be idle. Ikmt -ul on the sulks
and loir faces, breause money is not so plenty as usu:d. Sich
a eourse won't aiii a sinicle dollar to the circulating medium.
kieo in rood hiuu ; buuch yourself, and do sumrth1. . to
make others lanrh. There's more health in one iroud hearty
lauch than In a d- s-n rlaasrs of rum lie happy, and impart ;
happiness to other. Keep BioVifir; look aloft, be as prudent :
aw you please, but don't bleach out your hair and pucker your I
tce asto wrinkle ten years ahead of tuue by a seit.inBicteU Dl
of the dismals. Etrkvngt ttiftr.
-i-ncLH Petikrs id IIfikd Fkoh
July 20 OnsorJ, All-u
lc ilowlaud, l-"lip,
Jiso. F. West, Tinker,
A up 2-1 (iitario, Foster... .. ....
3 iouth Ilostoii, koiidol.b
A lice, l-i-he,
A French Mop, name unknosrii.
S Miver Cno ker, Cochran, off hotak City,
3 whales and 2 nucl.B. 0 "
1 1 California, We-t, in lat. Ui - 3u N., loi f.
1 j1 - .'.u K., inu-iuls l-airin for the
l-.Uu.l4 soon, 1
Vour., cte.. ( hh. b. Kil l mkm.
. .iou brls.
. 2 v bull's.
LATER FROM THE ARCTIC.
!'. I'ksw. tsf II I w. im Orl.brr.
rfst Quarter ..1st
i. I dy. h.
Z'-t .. ! Full Moon. ...lit H
37 M. Last sfuarter...o II
IATET IHTKS rerelvesl a llsia Ofirr.
an Vraaciaew ...Sept. 21 j L,ndoG. (papers) ....July CO
ew fori. (papers). ..Au.2l " telegraphic ..Aug. SI
telegraphic. ep. 10 I llonrkonr June M
Tahiti, May 1U Melbourne, Austraun, AprU 2tl
Fun Fsri-u per rprrdweil, about the 16th.
PORT Or HOUOIsTJIsTJ. H. X.
Urt. 11 Haw sett Marikla. Co-laiel, 12 days from Faooing'
Island. wMh MuuO gallons curoanut oil, etc.
II !Vh Neuie Memll, Borrva. I rum llitoand Maliko, with
91 fikic B2olss-es, 9 ions surar, SU baga polu 3
calnn and 60 deck passengers.
II rVh .Moawahine, Kuhrana. from Kobat and Nawiliwili,
witn V tirl molasses, 1 1 hides, 2 bak-s funcua. 1 1
pigs. 1 horse, rM orange 1 cabin and i deck
11 S-h Motkeikk, Napela, from Kahului and Labaioa,
with wheat and i rfeek pasaengers.
12 Am wb atiip Othello. siUtmer. fnxa Ucbotsk, 1(M0 wh,
IO.uiiu bone, season ; "Jtioil wh. voyage.
12 Hch Uld Fellow, 1'andage. from porta on Kauai, with
tU pkgs molasses. brls beef. ? cords wood. etc.
I: Am wh bark Phillip 1st, ll-mpstead, from the Arctic,
m nothing this season.
1.1 Steamer Kdauea. berrill. from winlward Ports, with
l.it brla potatoes. 83 brbt beef. 1 J brls molasses, 17
Kgs oiffre, 6 roils leather. i hide, 2 bags fengus,
2 casks oil. 3UU orange. 2fl head cattle. 19 sheep,
Z burs, ami a large ,uai.lity of native freight.
13 Sen Ksinoi. Vbepnerd. from fclahului and l.stnins.
with wheat anil lu head cattle 1 cabin and li
13 Sen Hannah, Antone. from Hitu, Fast Maui and
Lahaioa, with 4U d-rk passenger.
13- Sch Mokkai. kinw. (n.u: liana, with 23 bars bittu. 19
bafl Itiii-rns t i r . i I IO Mietirm I
14 eh Krkaitlitotii. Marrhjr.t. from Kau and Koua. with
list ble mlu. t3 tiag coff-e. 40 bar beans. 4
rolls leather, a tlwlr. 6 bundle goat skins, 7uuu
or tiiic-s, lissj coconnutj, etc.
Z Am '.r.klni.' sctwsioer ca Witch. Taylor, frrnn the
At. .-. v.l(i 23 cask Oil. IjAM It wh bone, 4.400
tbs islrus ivott, 3 rases skins; 21 casks oil to
A. t. t'aitwright.
l-&h Mamiokasrai, lavi. frxn windward ports, with
3 p-Jengrrs and a Ur-e lot of native produce.
IdAm wb bark Belle, Brown, from (luam, 3J0 brls sperm
Id Am wb ba.-k Fanny, rlliven, fnim the Arctk-, CtlO wli,
N)wO bn, season ; sp. OOO wb, Imsju bn. Voyage.
Csrr. TsfLoa. or .u hioskk a Witih, k.r.jki Uft
llotiolulu ou the lyth April, and pased to irirward of the group.
Ou the Sth of May, we paired through the 172d paac, l uly
eighteen days from Honolulu. M.ty 10, saw '.Le firnt buwlieal,
the ice ami Cape Navanu b-arinu N.t. So' ; ou the lu-.h, iu
Is it j lat. 61-20 N., long. 1 70 K , saw a great number of bowheud
in the ce. June i. pasej lajie Navariu in coOipany with 111
other Vessels ; on the lOtil, pot to the I.II.J Iir ir Cue lihering,
and ou the lith anchored at Plover bay. July Int. aut hored at
Cast Cape, and oa the 2uth was in sight of Kuliiu heu Island.
Found trade scarce. Firt part ti the M-aeoii hal tine we.tiher.
Utter part heavy gales. Left Anailir a dept. 12, ami -ui-m-J
through the 172d parage on the 17th. iu company w.tli the
ship John llr.wland, which was U.utiJ for ua Frunciieu. .ept.
21r, 22J and 2-tl, encountered a v-ry sever- gle, commencing
at ivK. and ending at S.W., during which we lost a reefed
storm-trysail ; afterwards had U,;l.t soiithcrl wimlj and c.ilun.
Was 23 day from lat. 40 3 N. tu this -rt. hl'hted lUhu ou
Uie night of the 14tb inst., and ratue into rt next luorning.
The ddloaing Vrs'U were 9ioken and In r.l fr uu :
July lu Oernsan. Lul-l-rs...
(V"HP, J. II I IO Oil 4 ..............
Vi .'hamiton. Worth .............
Aug. 2 Vuietanl. Caswell .............
C rctorut. lrauel'ls-rg
31 H-nry KiMvland, KeK
N:le, Fish, ft-tken ou Koiliai'k i-.
12 I'orinthian, Lewis... ,
14 Itraganza. Turner..............
14 Julian. Wmeg;ir.
Uoud Keturn, Fish
1J John llowUn.l, Whtkleu
Catherine, Hempstead .........
t.lectra. brown, (. on Kodiack) .
, . .I'l-all.
12 -Am bar it. Cmstitutw-n, Fooler, (or Virtoria, V. I.
12 . h Nettie Merrill, Borres, b Lahaiua, Maliko, Molo
ksi aod llilo.
12 -S-h Motwahinr. Kubeann. for Xawiliwili ami Koion.
12 eh Motkeiki. Napela, V Ijthaioa ami Kahului
14 --h Obi Felkw, I'amlage. lor ports on Kauai.
1 rteamer Kilauea. BerrilL. fur Lahaiua, llilo. and other
li S-h kamot. Sliepherd. 6 r Lahaiua and Kahului.
U Stk Hannah, AntoOe. snr Lahaioa, liana and llilo.
II rh Mi.kAai, Jim. ft Kauai.
Id .Vh Kefcauluohi, Marchant. ( Kooa ami Kiu.
Id 2Vh Manunkawai La is, lor Labainn and Koi.a.
XT Ass. bark f uaajr, BUv-n. reports 4'ruised on the Arctic,
aod luund the weather good during the first of the season, and
toward the close the weather set in very bad. 1 among the
ice several tune, but luckily escaped without serious damage
aw Ihe ftrst bow beads May l,in La. 61s 30 N-.lorg. 177 K
and the last rept. S, lat. Ct 9 t N , long. 172 3 21 W iw the
most whale in Ut. Ci II N . kmc. 170 3 30 W., July 7.
Went on the whaling grounds July 20, and left again Ss-pt. 16.
Took are whales, which stowed down 6u0 barrel. Had fine ,
weather all the way down- Arrived at liooolulu Oct. 1C. all
IT tniviaa ship Prtrantl. P. Cinpadotiicu. reports
Lett Macao July IS ; rame through the Bashee Channel on the
Snth, and encountered strong gale from K.N.C Aug. 3, had
another heavy gale bum .5.W in which we had nearly all our
aui carrirJ away, but snstainel no other damage of any rnn
equewce. Four ronire died on lite passage, one nf whom Lad
j- T swevbsrd, havinc beeome afnid of Jonk, better known
as Lb Devil. w!o, be suid, Vuiied luu on board. Mule the lee
want aide af the rslaml on I..djy, k-t. 7, but the vessel being
very Isgbt, did nut come into port till the loth, and then on ;
Uk the tamely aesistamrv of t'apt. James, who came on board
Use day pre mis. Fat in here tr provisions, sails, etc.
XT S:hooner AforiAfo. Cortland, report Left Honolulu
June 20, w Fanning' llaml ami a cruise Smth. ."ep- la, Ut.
2 10 Unr. lit 2i W.. n a large American clipper
ship steenng S. W. Left Fanning' Ibnd Sept. 2 ; touched at
Waahingtoo IUnd and soiled agaia kt. 1. Had fine weather
and sxemly trades neaety all the way. Male the Un.1 on W ed-
IP IMJ, Vfc. . MINI W4m jimi pi Mw -
Friday. 11th inef. til well, havinc made the ran in 12 day.
VtTJiHKI.H IX POKT-OCT.lt.
Coral. Sisson iutends to winter in the 1 rait.. 7
Isabella. Tucker 6
Fabius. nnth, (70 brls walrus). .............4
b-trnstable, Brownon. ...... . ....... ....... b
Thomas Iickaou. ttewart... 3
Kotiert Edwards, Wood 1
iVean, Clark 1
Caulaincourt. (Frruch) 1
!ept. 8 Tamerlane, Winslow. ........7
Montreal. Snile. 7
Magnolia. Pierce ')) bbls.
Arab. A kins, (late liriunell;. ............... .4
Martha, laily, 'lisj brls s.ilrj) 2
From Fsvxisi.N I-iLtxu per Marikla. Oct 11 Her J llick
nell and servant, Mr and Mrs llrewster, f apt r.ugliih and Sou,
For tHiiiut per Constitution, rt. 12 M--r Mclnbeib,
Head, anil C Hawaiian.
Per Kit im, Oct. 13 From Hawaii : Mr and Mrs Paris and
tv-rvant. II X Un-enwell, Mrs McKibl.in, Mis MrKibbin. Ir K
SIcKibbin, jr., and servant. W L lireen, Mr Wiltse and servant.
J 8 Bludgett. From Miui Capt Ja Maker. Ir S Imng. I'
Consul, wife ami child. 11 M Uhituey. I'r 11 It While, Mr hd.ly.
Sir Cuming 20 cabin, and 9u deck pasv-ngi rs.
For Wihuwssd Poar p-r Kilauea. t. 14 Dr S lmt.
wrfe and child, T Metcalf. one Chinamati. and about lsu .!ii k
IiMO In Kohala, Hawaii, K-t. 10. Fin n Meet", )oiinge.i
child of .Mr. and .Mrs. bond, aged 4i months.
THlIiSDAY. OCTOliEli 17
Is our .roue of .lulv I, nc notiooJ the arrival
from FruncLM.'o of l'ut. AVultr M. !it8on,
ami in the nuuibr for the ISth of that month,
gave ijuiu- a roiiiantit; sketch of hid ailvt'iitiircs.
The eketch which appeared, with othtT blips
from San Francis! jiajx-rs, haJ Ufn placctl in our
hands at his instance y a ge'ntli'inaii, Mr. JI. 1'.
Kddj, who accompaniiHl linn, and who had
hrotight a letter of introduction to tin, and repre
sented hiuiself a th Mn of a thrgvuian in
Northampton, Mosn.. and a corresjMjntlent of the
Itulhitn. At that tiuie we were given to tiiiJer
Ftand that t'apt. I oleum and his anociate were
bouud on, as traveler, to the Mist Indies, and
touched at thin fcroup m r ly to travel over ti e
islands, to (e? and cum-f-jmiid about them. It
will fi rememlieretl ihat he remained here in
Honolulu mime two month or mre, deliver
ed two or thr- lectures on Malaysia, and h:u
puhlinhetl in the l'uliufi:n several more. I n r
in his flay here he n kindly receivel an a Jis-tiii"uisln-d
traveler, and treat-l, wherever re
ceiveil, an an intelligent and literary geiitlemaii
who had Been utuch of the wor'.l. and who iu
teinled, after visitinj; the imtaMe bights amrmj'
us, to proceed on to I'hina.
Aleout tin middle of S-j.temlier. we believe,
he went up to I.ahaina ; but l-'fre his k-iar-tur,
rumors had lioin'" current, though with
no g-iod foundation ni we itin learn, that his
vl-it to th'-?te islands was onmvtcd with wine
f Renting t!iemsjlvcs to the community ; and our
I readers will 1 no 1?9 astonished than we are.
at learning that one who had presented himself
; le-fore the j.ublic with eut-h high credentials, at
length discl-s a niistiiuit and purpose no difier
eiit from that which all w re led to Mippose.
IJut it may l-e Haid, it i none of our business-,
j nor should it concern the public, if Capt. (iILson
j did not choose to proclaim to everybody hid
; mist-ion to Honolulu. We think differently. A
: stranger goiug into any community and con
cealing th! real motives of his visit will, and
' very properly should, become the object of pu'
lic suspicion puUtr, just in the degree that he
ha sought public notoriety and attention. But
. when, in addition to 6uch dissembling, strangers
' undertake to raise money among the native
; jiopulatioii in iuudes of questionable propriety,
we think it our duty as public journalists to
call public attention to it. Had he come among
us as the avowed apostle of Brigham Young,
and gone to work orwnlv in his mission to re-
( organize, the scattered Mormon disciples, and
collect their Contributions, the case would have
been very different, and we should have resjx-ted
! him for Lisj honesty, if not for his zeal. But he
chose to appear before our public only as a
Malayan traveler of literary merit and celebrity,
while M' . Eddy presents himself as the son of a
worthy New England clergyman and correspond
ent of a San Francisco pajier ; and under these
guises we tind them next collecting moneys from
the natives, while certain vague and ominous
rumors follow their footsteps. To say the least,
such a course ought to excite public attention, if
not public indignation, even should they prove
to be the humble and pious devotees of Brigliam
Young, of which we are by no means, as yet
We say distinctly, however, that we do not be
lieve the truth of the rejHirts current regard
ing efforts to engage men for privateering ser
vice, or that any jn-rsoii has ljeen offered a
bonus of 1(K to enlist in such service. But
at the same time, we question the right of any
man or any class of men to Come among us as
strangers, and Holu-it or obtain money oi tin;
natives, (who can hardly afford to jay their just
taxes,) even though the object be so holy and
benevolent a one as that of rebuilding the walls
of the Mormon Zion. For this reason, if for
none other, we say that it is the duty of the
government to inquire into this matter, and learn
whether or not the poor p'aple under its care do
not need that protection which it has vouchsafed
to give them. The government has no right to
hinder or eno urage in any way the spread of the
Mormon, Catholic or l'rotestant religions, rrnr
uml.-r ordinary circumstances even to inquire in
to the proceeding of their missionaries or devotees;
and had the course of the gentlemen named been
as oen, undisguised and honorable as that of
their predecessors in the same faith, we should
deny its right to interfere with them. But they
having chosen an opposite course, it becomes the
duty of the government to make some investiga
tion. Kevivnl of .11 01111011 im.
A Modern Knight-Errant' in the Field.
While stopping for a day or two last week, at Maka
wao, Kasl Maui, rumors reached us that a grand fili
bustering, privateering, or some other mysterious
scheme, was ou foot at Wailuku, which lies in full
iew on the opposite side of the valley, some sixteen
miles distant. Soon other reports came in that a se
cession flng was flying there, that meetings were daily
held with closed doors, or rather that the building in
which the meetings were hell was guarded against
interlopers, that persons were being enlisted for secret
service, &c. These reports were hardly credible,
yet hearing them reiterated, we hn-teued over to
Wailuku to learu their truth or falsity. Reaching
Kahului, we found they were generally believed,
and we were assured by persons who hud seen it,
that a strange ensigu, supposed to be a secession Wag,
had been displayed at Wailuku. This ti ig part of
On leaving the church, Capt. Gibson expressed a
wish to see us again, an I as we were to return in the
morning by steamer to Honolulu, we promised to call
at his dwelling in the evening, which we did, in com-
there will not be less than 10,000 Mormons in the
Our interview having lasted OTer two hours, we
' retired, after listening to the singing of a hymn iu
pany with J. 1. Havekost. Esq. Arriving at the ; Hawaiian, which appeared to be the worJs 4 When I
bouse, we found the principal room filled with natives,
men and women, the l itter seated nil one side, and
singing a Mormon song to a lively tune, which ended
with a chorus. These womeu, of whutii there were a
dozen or so, were from L tuai, and sung very well
indeed we have seldom heard better native singing.
Around the ceuttr table were seated Capt. Gibson, Miss
Gibson and Mr. Eddy, who acted as secretary, by all
whom we were welcomed in. The singing being end
ed, we stated to Capt. G. that we hnd come to m-ike
inquiries, and wished to ask a question which he might
perhaps consider impertinent, viz: whether he was
, can read my title clear, xc., sung to a revival
, melJy, which was very well performed.
I We cannot better conclude our accouut of this re
vival of Moruiocisai, than by giving a hiiuorous
anecdote which occurred a diy or two before our
; arrival, vouched for by Mr. Havek.ist, whoe inira
I itable tecital cf it. however, we cauuot portray. The
Raising the I'svil. One of those queer incidents
which occasionally occur on board of crowded vessels,
when laden with human beings, who are prone to
superstition, came off during the passage of the
Peruvian ship Pttronila, from M cao to this port,
among the coolies. This is the relitton as given by
the chief officer. At midnight, Sd of August, as his
watch was being relieved, there was a terrible row
heard among the coolies, rho were eonfiued lolow,
cn the between decks. The siilor came running aft.
and told the captain that the coolies were endeavor
ing to break through the hatchway and the house on
! Mormons, it appears, are given to the performance 1 deck, and take the ship. He armed himself with a
! cf miracles. There was an old native woman living revolver, and proceeding to the scene of action, fired
near the church, whom they were arxiou to convert, ! a shot through the deck-bouse. Finding this pro-
and plied every art and persuasion to bring her over, j duced no effect, he fired two or three more, in rapid
which she resistel till at hist she consented to change ' succession. Still the nc:e continued, and no demon-
authorized by Brigham Young cr the Church in ! her faith, provided they would cure her horse, which stration i f violence being appirerit. the mate sent a
Ltah to come here and re-organize the Mormons? j lay sick in the pasture near by. very Well, tney ;
He replied thatie thought we had no right to ask
that question, aud did not answer it. We then asked
if he had satisfied the natives thut he had such
authority. He said that if he had not done so, they
would not not have assembled. A loi;g discussion
then ensued regarding the merits of Mormonisin, and
the plans of the leaders of that church. The princi
pal plan, which Capt. G. warmly advocates, is the
removal of the Mormons to the island of Pop ia or
New Guinea, which lies just North of Australia,
separated from that continent by the Straits of Torres.
Papua contains an area of about 200,000 square miles.
and from one to two hundred thousand inhabitants,
of whom very little is known.
Capt. G. stated that he had visited Lauai, and
though be thought the missionaries who had selected
that island, had made a mistake in such selection.
yet they intended to retain and occupy it, and he
thought it could sustain a population of at least COOO
persons; but as he hoped the sect would number at
the eud of two years from this at least 10,000 per
sons, some larger island, (Molokai or Maui) would
perhaps be occupied. Iudeed, he thought that Wai
luku afforded an admirable site for such a thriving
and industrious population as the Mormons had ever
proved themselves; and if we would pay a visit to the
place iu four mouths from this, we should find a new
church erected and a fine residence for himself, where
he would be able to entertain his visitors in becom
ing stvle. So long as the Mormons here were let
alone, and liot interfered with, all would be quiet ;
but should the Catholics, Protestants or any other
party attempt to interfere with them, they would
assert their rights.
We here expressed a wish to make some inquiries.
which he might deem offensive, but hoped he would
pardou our inquisitiveness, as rumors were afloat,
he truth of which must either be admitted or con
tradicted. Aud first we desired to know whether he
had come to the islands with any secession or priva
teering scheme in view, or had sought to eulist any
ersous for privateering. This report he distiuctly
and firmly denied, and said that, from whatever
source it hud arisen, there was no truth iu it. We
assured him that it was believed by some of the most
:....m: . ti. .i r..i...: :r
I inieiiieut jienou9 iu noilO'Ulil uuu tiiuaiuu, nuii it
untrue should be contradicted.
We then inquired whether a secession flig had not
been raised and displayed at the meeting in the val
ley held on the 8th of October. To this Capt. Gib-
I could easily do that, they said. So in a short time
j they came back, a large crowd of elders aud saints,
1 and surrounded the horse, laying their hands ;
on him till he was literally covered from his nose j
to the end of his tail. Then kueeling down, they )
prayed that the old horse's spirit might return j
to him aud he revive. And they anointed him with j
oil. The poor least must have felt the power of their j
incautations, for he save a long breath and yielded Hp j
the ghost. When the old woman saw that the horse
was dead, she cried out, Ilele ptla oukou ; he pie
hoopunipuni ouhou ; helf pela ! " Clear out ;
you are a set of liars; begone !' They gave up the
old woman, as they did her horse, as a pretty hard
NOTKS OF Till-: WKEK.
Risk Rice) is Ukal Estate. Everybody and his
wife, (including defunct government employees,) are
into rice sugur is nowhere, and cotton is no louger
King. Taro patches are held at fabulous valuations,
and among the thoughtful the query is beginning to
be propounded. Where is our taro to come from,
bhould this excited state of the rice market continue ? i
. . . , . .!
.Iprupos ot taro patches, taereoy nangs a laie. .-vs
we were walking down town the other day, we over-
took an old acquaintance who is ever ready to hail
! us with some new una or other when he sees us, but
on this occasion his eyes were c ist upon the ground,
I and he appeared to be iu a maze of thought inextri
! cable. "A penny for your thought," said we
I Looking up, and his countenance clearing, he
uttered, " I was thinking of Rick ;" and after some
few remarks, he continued, and any one who
thinks these natives don't know what they are about,
why he can do the next thing. Teu months
ago, I was offered three taro patches for S40, which
I declined. Meeting the native, a few days ago, I
told him 1 thought 1 would take them now, at that i
.t iv.. ..n ' .1... .. . : , i . i l t.A.n !
pi il.r, ''u,no, ?am nil' HAiiir, i t.nu l rcu luvui
at that price, I want 400 tor them now." This
beats the rise (query, rice) in real estate in Mont
gomery street, iu the golden age," aud throws
" Fifth avenue" speculations into the shade.
man below to inauire the cause of the rumpus. The
man soon returned with the astounding intelligence
that the devil or josh was among them; at any rate,
" the very devil was to pay," and that the coolies
were in the utmost confusion aud fright. They de
scribed him as a little fellow, about three feet high.
When his Brimstone M -sty first made his appear
ance, he had a piece of l'ghted josh-pa per iu his
hand, which he thrust iu the face of one of the
coolies. About 1 o'clock in the mid-watch, the old
gentleman visited them again, this time pulling one
of thetn by the nose, rendering them more frantic
than at first. At 4 o'clock, he wound up his capers
for the first night. For a succession of nights these
unwelcome visits continued, and the coolies yelled
aud shouted as stated. The endurance of the mate
gave way, and he was determined tc arrive at the
origin of the evil. Just before 12 o'clock, he went
below, and waited the devil's debut. After waiting
a short time, one of the coolies shouted, There be
is ! there he is !" at the same time, pointing him out
to the mate, who fired at the supposed object, but
without effect, as on looking for their enemy, they
could not find him. Towards the forward part of the
vessel, another shout was raised, Here he is ! here
he is !" The mate ran thither and fired again, but
missed him. Finally all bauds held a consultation,
and probably thinking that the mate would not
always miss, came to the conclusion they had been
the victim of some hallucination, and Mephistopheles
has not visited them since. One poor fellow, how
ever, was so much frightened that he jumped over
board, preferring, rather than
' Hear the present ilis" he liH'l.
To fly to tiiose" lie knew not of.
rtfjf TWO JOl'RXEVMEX IJOt)
pill S,ne Maker. To (.-.xij wurknifn ul ste
I good wages and ettaiiy employment will
At it Again. Another case of houcbreaking
and larcency, came to light this week. Iurirg the
absence of M. Victor Chancerel at Kwa. his town res
idence on the corner cf King and Maunakea streets,
was entered by a native named Kal.li. by breaking a
bed-room window pane in the second story, inserting
his arm, aud turning back the spring. After ran
sacking the trunks and drawer, he decamped with a
silver watch, cue pair of golj earrings, a silk dress,
and other articles to the value tf The robbery
was not discovered until Saturday evening last,
when information was given to Mr. I'avton, rue ef
the efficient detectives of Honolulu, who recovered
the jewelry, aud arrested the thhf. On Tues.'ay,
the prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to
three jews imprisonment. The roMery ocrurred
almost within speaking distance cf the Station Ih iise.
A native policeman was formerly on the corner, but
tin the late curtailment of the police force, he was
JT 1'ne American Mail by the clipper ship .Voori
Ucht is fully due. We look for San Francisco dates
to Sept. 30th, and New York papers to Sept. 1st.
loi IvOXA, II:iv:.ii.
VAU-.VA Vlflava. -f
AVIll It'll I loiiolultl lf
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
O.N Tl'ESDAY MAT, OCT. 22.
Al hitIf-Misl I 1'. M. rrriarlv.
OT A XI)
elKO. Cl.AKK, Hotel Mrti-t.
Money wastei and Foi'sd. The vessel alluded
to in our last issue as being to the southward and
westward, turned out to be the Peruvian ship l'ctro
tiia, 81 days from Macao, bouud to I'allao, with
i Coolies. The Captain, uuacquaiuted wi'.h the cur-
sou, his daughter and Mr. Kldy all answered to- I rents, had been vainly endeavoring to beat up to the
get her. that there was not the shadow of truth in that j harbor, for two days. At the suggestion of J. O.
report, aud if we wished to see the flag which was , Spalding, Esq., Consul of Peru, Capt. S. James ran
raised there, they would send for it, which was done.
It was a white flag, about five by three feet in size,
with a double circle in the center, of which the fol
lowing is a representation :
This certainly is no secession flag, although the eight
stars might be interpreted by silly bodies to mean
eight seceded States, and the eight letters some signi-
the story rather stirred up our loyal blood, and , -''" cyphers. The stars, we were given to under.
Mcflellan's eoldiers never longed for a shot at the ! stand, designated the eight principal islands of the
rebels more than did we for a glimpse of the
supposed secession bunting. Iu company with J. I.
Havekost, Esq., the worthy tax-collector of Wailuku,
we remounted our hoises, and spurred them up in
double-quick time. On arriving in the village, we
; group, the letters meaning I burcu or Jesus Christ
j Latter lay Saints Hawaiian Islands." Salva
tion" in the ceuter.
j We then asked whether there was any foundation
j for the report that they had surveyed the harbor of
down to him iu the sloop Km ma, aud got on board
just in time to prevent the vessel anchoring, which
the Captain hud fully resolved to do. Coder the
skillful guidance of Capt. James, she soon was off the
entrance, where she was boarded by Capt. J. Meek,
the pilot, and brought into port. She needed sup
plies and repairs. The necessary funds to the amount
j of S4,)00, have been provided, through drafts drawn
) by the Captain, Senor Don P. Campadouica, on her
j owner, Thomas Conroy, Esq., of Callao, secured by
bottomry ou the vessel, aud she will have quick dis-
t patch. None of the coolies are permitted to leave
i the shin.
i i if We would call the attention of those interest
ed in the culture of rice to the able article on this
subject, prepared by Professor B. Sillimau, jr., and
C. E. Goodrich, Esq., for the splendid publication
issued at the close of the World's Fair, held in New
York in 1851. It is to be continued, and the second
part will contain numerical statistics, which in their
maguitude will probably as much astonish the read
ers as they did ourselves. To those just about to
engage in the cultivation of rice, the facts will be of
Blouse to I.' I !
T II K II II t S K A X I ! II K M I S K S AT
pretcut oeriitfd by K. tiil'iiluml, just above the first
bridle, near the n'sidi-nce of I'r. . Fun!. For par
ticulars, apply to K. til 1.1.1 LAN 1. or to
S.'-ol JUS. U. CAKTF.lt.
flVHK I'XDKKSICXED HAS OPKXKI) A
1 LI M UKK-YAKI -iuiI a HKNLK.M. M l' K K, on the
funner Custom Houm? 1'n'iiiise, al 1 uhaiiia.
O.Ki I bold at moderate prices.
lSi-6t A. I'NNA.
Pilot and Navy Bread!
iifl IMI.OT .1X1) X.1VV
M 1 Js) f f Kreail on lianil ami for sale by Ihe
unjeriiintd, at the lo-Mt cah price.
Corner Hicliartl ami yuecii streets.
OX MOMMY, OCT. 2, roll IIII.O.
OX Tl KSII.1V, .NOV. .-. KOU HON A.
ON TIIl'KSOAY. XOV. 14. KOU K A I A I .
J ANION. UKKr N 4 t o..
Honolulu. S-pt. 'X. 1SC1. Agents II. N. Co.
TO LKT !
IX M'l'ANt' VAI.I.KV Tin Hes.ral.le
I,jjj rrciniscs :tt present nvupiej Ly Mr. X. ile seijuer.
IVsnenHiou given in u toU-r. Apply to
found that a Mormon meeting was in session and that ! Kahului, harbors on Molokai and harbors ou Lam.L
a no less important personage than Capt. Wai.tfr
M. Giiison was presiding over it, llf Captain
Gibson" whom most of our Honolulu readers will
remember. In company with Mr. Chas. Gray, of
Honolulu, we immediately proceeded to the Mormon
meeting-house, which is located a few hundred yards
south of the Protestant church. As soou as our ap
j This Capt. Gibson also denied, and said that the only j
harbor that they had taken soundings in was one oi
Lanai, for the purpose of seeing whether a small
vessel which they were building could enter it, but
fouud it too shallow lbr that purpose. We remarked
that the surrey of the harbor ou Lanai was sufficient
to give rise to the report referred to. On the other
Fort Street Select School !
UK SKC'OXIl TERM OFTIIK (TBREXT
dchola.tic year will oien on .Monday. October 2S, lsol.
2S2-3t .1. A. HKFiVt STr.K, Principal.
Legation of the I . S. ol America,
At tJif Hau-ailrn Islands,
HosoLiLr, Oct. Kith, 18r.l.
proach was observed, there was a busy stir among j hand, we are informed by persons residing at Kahu
l'ucknl l.y -
eivns :ia .iv.fi :,
On h:inJ am for !ale by
Jv'-oin C. HRF.WKK k CO.
SUGAR & "MOLASSES!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
;noi of ism.
Fornleby (JSJ-Idi) C. KRF.VYr'.U k CO.
OX SAX KU.t XCIsf'd,
ON .KV YOilK.
OX lilt KM KX.
In sums to suit purchaser, by
Us-lui LI). HoFFSCl! LA F.dKK k STA I'F.XIIUKST.
OLD FKF.NC.irS 1'KF.MISF.Ss
Offer for :ile the well-known article of
I I A W A I I A X H FKK
Cur.il iu Gentian refined fait, ami packed in Turk's Island salt,
by luncan Mcliiy.le, on Kauui, at the lowest price.
22s" QUALITY W A!R.NTi:i JF?
' the natives lounging about, and a general stampede
for the entrance; but with the salutation aloha, we
pushed our way through the door, which had become
filled with natives, though we met no resistance from
' them iu our entry.
i Walking up to the table, which was at the farther
: eud of the building, we fouud Capt. Gibson and Mr.
i H. 15. Kddy seated behind it, whom we accosted, and
' took a seat -beside them. This building holds per-
jlui, tiiat soundings have been taken at Mr. Kddy's
instance, iu the harbor and on the reef at Kahului.
Dut this, as stated before, is denied.
W nest asked whether an oath of secrecy or alle
giance had not been exacted from those natives who
entered the secret meetings held iu the evening.
This report was also denied in tuto. Ou tiie other
hand, we were assured by a native whose brother
was admitted at the meeting that he was only admit-
hat.s 2o0 persons, and immediately after our en- d ftfter taking au oath of secrecy, which oath was
' trv. the natives crowded in till it was densely filled, exacted Irom every one who entered tne lodge. Ana
S " ST
j mostly with men, there being but three or four
womeu present. On e xpressing our surprise to Capt.
' Gibson at finding him here, he replied that he was j
etpaally surprised with his present position. v e then
for that reason he refused to state what tr ins
pired at it. Among the natives it was reported that
the subject of discussion was a defalcation iu the
r , . . . m, t 1. ...i i . I . .
IU1K1S OI IQe .tiorinou ciiuiv.ii, nunc oiueis n-pn i
i that the civil war in America was talked over. lint
there is no good ground for crediting either report.
The house may have been guarded against theadmis-
siou of outsiders, as the natives say was the case.
I Capt. Gibson stated that he bad no animosity
against the Protestant religion or missionaries, but
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
5 July or tlt tir-t or Auu.-t lai, a tnan callinp Lum-'lf
U A LI Kit M. UIHSOX, rfH.Miled .it this .Ration a Passort :h
sued by the then SviTetary f JtHto at Va--hiiiKUn. t'ity, datJ
itiMfe than tn- vear ao, (precise date not roolt'Cted.) tonethtT
, with a il'-cuint-rit, purp'rtiii to le a cuimn.-ioi. from th1 Kren h
j (..ov-nnufit as tu-arvr of liiai-h-Ji ty tlie iovtrrtiment of the
! lnitd State, w.th a rv-i'Uv'st that his paport bevia tfd which
j was d'ne. lIle' wljich tiiii'-sthe Acul.meiits reivatdlv utteretl.
and the ctiialuci f Waller M. l..l.un :nl his a-xjeiates. have
tr-r n such ar to induce in l l'I:eve that Ii iri hut entitled tu j
uie ir'ttjmm i me i mieti riairs vioverumeni , iurt-iore, i. -
!iereiy nvoiie mv visael ul Ut jiaH.rt.
l'liuM AS J . I'UYtK,
Conin.t-sit.nr of the I nitrd States of Amr.-'a.
JT unftian iioku o Au iakijnkn. huokuty please cup v.
i on sai.i::
RY OLD RIO COFKKK, IN" 1IOMI.
Tobii.-co in ca.s, in ldaid. I'l"
r.i. HoFlsl ULAKiiKlt k STAPKXHiK?T.
OAF SCO A 11. It Y
t Kl. IIoKFSCMLAI'tiKU A: STAI'KX'HOUST.
FOK SAI.i: !
PI-IT I'KAS IX ICARRKI.S.
ll:it .Mi-al 111 ileiiiij'.lniN. tiv
SJ-lm Kit. lIoFFsCIILAKiiKU Jt SI A IKXIIOKST.
privateering s'heiu.. Nothing further was heard dred Mormons on the group.
of him until i learned reivntlv that he was ! We stated to Capt. Gibson that we were surprised
' asked if there was any foundation for the report that
, we had heard that he was a Mormon. Without
directly answering the questiuu asked, he answered
thut he had come here as the friend of a poor and
. de.-p::-ed class of our population, that his sym
pathies were with them, that this was a Mor-
, mon gathering, and that the audience consisted of against the spread of the Catholic faith, or rather
delegates from the Mormon churches throughout the j against the spread of the French influence at the
group some having come from each of the islands, j islands, he w is opposed. He believed that the French
; Kauai. Oahu, Molokai. Lanai, Maui and Hawaii ; ! " hi subjugate this race if they could, and on that
and we may here say that during a residence of j account he opposed them. Although his mother was
! twelve Years on these islands, we have never met i, j a Catholic, and he was early taught to venerate that
'' any assemblage so many intelligent natives, whose J church, he himself believed in no creed or sect what,
appearance and faces bespoke a superiority over the ; ever. We took the oeca-siou to ask whether his ad-
: masses. We were not aware that there were a hun- j miration of Hrighatn Young and the Mormon reli-
; gion arose from the favors shown to him while in
! Utah, or from an examination of the doctrines of
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO..
fliip I'liatiillers aiul l'..niiinM..n Merchants, dealers in lieii-n!
Merchandise. Keep coiouaMly on hrtnl a fi ll a.r:iuent j
of inerchaiiili-e, for ll.e supply of Whal- is and Merchant I
i:ts roil tiik
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
An ship ipmdsreit. Commodore Paty.
IVraviaa aaip fctrmlba. Com prtdoo
.! wh ship Harvest, Manclkesur.
Asa. wb ship Keimlerr. K-iJUor.
An wh ship IKrtello. Killiser.
Asa wb bark FhUIip lC llcaipst-a.1
An wh tk Fanny, Blivrn.
Haw whaltnic anil trailing brig Hero. Meyer.
Am trail in sch Sea Wuxb. Taylor.
Haw Kb MarU.ia. CupeUnd.
An Mies, ttriz M.W"Diup Star, llrtt
Haw wit bark Ilannoay. Mollra.
Haw. srb Kama Kovkr. Wilbur.
Hw. rb Libolibo, Baab.
la Kanrrlrsf rwaw Ir'wrr I'wris.
at the head of a Mrmon ennv.K'atiun at ai
luLu. Hist Maui, an acvount ( whicli, and if
his iuveiu-nts. is ;ieii in another column.
Captain liire.ii fame auion us with a news
paper reputatin. and th chapter given els
where may ! ukeu as a continuation of his
alTenturvs. We have no objection to his and
his associates apivaring anum us as Mormon
leader", but regarding the intinnr in which he
has made his appearance, we tike exceptions.
He came here as a traveler of literary reputa
tion, was received everywhere Cordially, and was
invited to deliver several lectures, which he did.
j that he did not, during his stay of two months in
Honolulu, divulge the fact thai he came here as a
Mormon, and not as we bad supposed simply as a
traveler on his way to China and the Fast Indies, as
: he had. io conversations, given us to understand.
He replied that Le had ecl purposely made any cou
' cealment, that there were gentlemen in Honolulu
who knew the fact, naming Mr. Dates, Mr. lamon
' an! Mr. Wyhie. We said that we did not believe
that either of them cr any one else knew it. He then
1 went on to give us a chapter in nis bistory, now in
crossing the continent be arrived at Salt Lake, an
Mi rmoiiisui. He replied that he had not studied
j their doctrines or books, but had becomed convinced
j that the sjtcm of social jvlity practiced by them
j was the best to be found on the globe. We concluded .
: there w.is some truth in the rea.ark made by Air.
j Havekost to Capt. G.: VoU are no more a Mormon
than I am."
The doctrine of tolysramy coming up, we inquir
ed concerning its wurking. far as he had observ-
I ed, it worked well. Then, we suppose, you will J
' s Tu I A U.a -i r 1 - I .h TV n A TPsr1iMs1 TTA fthftll I
I ICA.U l. IU lUC U4U v3 ' - v a. w
i t teach nothinir contrarr to the laws. But where the
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO, j
Hark "Cornel." Ciipl. .Ins. Smilli. ;
S-edwrll." Cnpt. John I'nly, j
Vmikre." Cnpt U. .M. Clmluu. !
One of the nU.e tmIs will l.e di.ptchnl regularly every '
I three or i fiener. '
Freight an 1 l'a?seiiper. t-iicen at the ..wei r:ite. 1
All i f the a'x.ve vensels have np.Ti .r acrotninodatioii-for
I'a'.ei.cer. h-r whom every O'mtori will he a:h. riled. :
Through h:li l-olinc. will he F.vi iiHt H -ie liili:. fir nierch.in
die to New VorW or le-it'-r., ll.e fi.'isriti n.-in rrT-hipped :tt Shu 1
lr:icico. on l-.:ird nrt c.aa clippers sritl,.jut. extra expense .
to ihippers. j
shiper can alo pr.iciire at lw.ton or Net York, through 1
Bills Laiiiuc. f freight shippeil v. a jan Frai.eiscu, of Messrs.
lilid len .V VVil!i-,ra. li- s:on af.d Messrs VV. T. I olemin ; Co ,
New York. Messes. McIUer & Merrill, Apenw ..r Keirui.ir t
li.suitch l.itie, at ?a.i Krancisco. 2S'J-tn. ;
ViirjH IIM l. I1IIIIIM I illlll I llilliKiiui .
flVIIK IMIKKSICVKII 11KCS I.K'Kre-J
B vtful!y to inform his irien.ls nml the pnl.l.c irenerally.
that havinir recently enlarged his preiniv s. he is now prepare.!
to do all work in the above line, with ili-p.itih and in a work-
m:itilike maimer.. !
Kua ;hk! Vhw Collins nluays on hand.
I'l'KMTl'RK RKI'.t IKKIl.
.lohhtni done on rcason:ihle terms.
HKNKY AI.l.KX. Fort t .
Opii-i'.e the F.'mily Grocery u l Feeii More.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Fiji rxrri jimc.
XKW AM SKCIIMI- pi
h.i:. l Furi.itiire of every description,
c.,i!-t i:tly on hand, and f. r ale ut
Second-hand Furiiilurf Honht at
If. ALLEN'S CAIU'LMLK SHOP,
Fort si., opposite A. I. Cartwrish'.'s Feed Store.
XT Kil l Ul'RKA t'S always on hai. l. JU-Ora
1 ... .1 t
; was there taken seriously ill, that during his sickness Mormon churca is supreme as in Lian, uiey preacn
; Hrham Vounir -nt for him. received him into his and practice it. Well, then, wben all our islanders
. a traveler and lit. rary gentleman, li. dines ! house, nursed him and paid him the kindest atten- j are converted, and become Mormons, and they con-
KaW. ach KaUma. Keltv. from OchotsL. Nov. 1.
Haw. brig Slary Ellen. Reunett, fnsii Vuxvt Soaml. Oct. .
An eripper ahip Mooulnrht. Hrwk. woaM leave Saa Irancisco
about Oct. 1. to toocb at llou.Ialu fn- freight and Ksa:a-
yrrs (r Ilociirkoos: due aDout tbe l.ali to JOth.
An. clipper bark t'ooiet. Su.itb, will leave ?an Francisco about
Oct- 11 due here ahout the 'itli.
tiritssli tars Thomas Dm.iH, sailnl from Liverpool on the 30th
June, with aa asscrtel tarso t Jaruon. Grc n & Co.
lh liaaavexian trur Svhwinji. , I'.iut- Koetnuilrr. 4o0 tons :
empacity. left Hamburg May UL. nuii aa asor:eil Car0-0 tc i
Uacafelit Co. due id all Sefteroher.
Haw. schuoner lo-en. Keyte, may he t-se, dY jn all otnber,
frnvj a Southern expeilitinn.
for Tk mJi and Imu r im r 'stitutin. Oct. 12 !e35
av. Vtl pfcea mad 'J2i anais r;r. il pk. So kejra. 10 hrls
aa-l 10 half Kris noiaMes. pw 1 1 keys and 9 blf oris tjrup,
IM trt koa lutcher. 10 p' ' t'J bales pulu.'-'oo rs claret.
jjO botes soap, l' casrs c-jr . l-.-s cr-ffee. 3 raki talh w
.cocps turkeys. I c - dn.-k. ! 2 bnaea crariae. SO
..-eB.s. .- r . -" -l .- . .? ..-': . -T. 1 r-t-eri
with the Mini-tir of Foreign Relations and His
Y.x. y. IVrrin, enjovs j-nvate and confidential
interviews with llishop Mairr-t, is invited to
evening jrtic and dano-s, and is frcelv enter
tained by residents and iuij.i..nari. We arc
not aware that he represented himslf any
where as a Mormon, or that his mission was to
build up the Mormon church here and ad
vance the interests of that sect in this group,
which now proves to lie the east?.
As we said !wfire, neither we n r our readers
cin have any objection to I'apt. liilon cumin-;
here as au Apostle or llijjh Priest of Mormon
isui, nor even to Ilrigham Voting himself coming
here and trying to convert the Te-ople to tiiat obtained by selling to them some blanks which also
faith, provided they come in an open and honest ; jaj on the table, and which we understand were
vav. Dut so far from that, I'apt. iihson and printed at the Government l'ress in Uonolulu. These
Lid associates have rocie amon us, concealing tho Manks are filled out to constitute elders or ether
real r.bWfa r.f their ini-t-ion. if n. f.il-rlv r-prr- r.ftii-er or members r.f the Mormon chureh.
I tions during his stay of tnx months in Utah. The ,r&1 -M government anu ieg.siaiu.rt:. c majr
rvsult of his sojouru there was a change of views I polygamy here. Perhaps so.
regarding the Mormons and their religion ns a sys- I We J whether he held out to the natives the
i tern of soci-1 polity, on which Utter pont he had ; pe generally entertained by Mormons ot migrat.ng
' much to sav. and expressed his behef that no other me paicular locality or country. He sad no.
avstem was so well adapted to the IUwaiians in com- j '-"UZ 'he Mormons generally embrace that as part
mon with other Polynesian races, Wc may here add ! their belief. He assured us most positively that
! that during our conversations 'neither Tapt. Gibson ! he intended nothing against the existing government,
nor Mr. Lddy admitted that they were members of I hat they were hyal and obedient to the laws,
i . . . i . . i We iiiouired the number cf native Mormons now
i me .Murmon cnurcn . au'i vie uiic mult inu iu- i i
! formed by lr. Long, U. S. Consul at Lahaiua, that
Mr. Eddy distinctly denied to him that they were
! I In the table was a considerable amount cf silver
coin, which, as we learned from the natives, . was
sfp TIIF. IXDKRMr.NKD OFFER FOR
SALE, the f howii. articles fr .in wrecked Ij.ik
ys Hauunv, vix :
1 chain-culle. li in. nr., 101 f ithotr.s,
1 do 1 1-16 in. cr , '.'7 fiihwi.
11 f:ithnm 1 in. Rnd 1 1-10 in. old chain.
1 Anchor wooden stock. 16 W 1700 lbs..
1 pair Ilawsepipes for cable, 1 ft. 1-Hip, d:nm. 10 in.,
1 for Cuke chaiu, diam i in..
Chain Slo!.(-rs, pAtcut. 1 504.
1 pair Cuthca.l;. c -Ulplete.
1 liosrsprit and Cap. 2V ft. lonu'.
1 lot llakinutak Kr.evs,
1 Kudderst -k. diani. 13 iu., ft. 3 in. lonir,
1 L.tcoiup. sidelisht.s,
1 skyl'ght Top, s ft. u in. x - ft. 7 in..
1 lot old Iron.
1 lot old Lead.
J wrought iron Kne"a,
Lahaina. 'tct. 14. 1S61. 'iS2-llt A. VSXA.
; on the islauds, anl learned that advices from tue
I churches reported that they were as follows :
On M '.uill. Miui and Lau .i.
(in Il.iwi.i. alwut
Mjkin.- a total of C7j0
They formerly cumberel C.CKX), but this is the num
ber who now c'ass themselves as Mormons. At the
meeting on the fth there were several baptized, and
tfnpt. U.born thinks tht at th en1 or two years.
Ilarper's Weekly Hub Notice !
SL'BCKIBF.RS WHO HAVE HERKTO
uKK t ii Harper's Wrrlilr or Month I v. or
the Seirntiflc Amrriritn, ry mail, at the Club Fr ees.
an-1 wiii wi.-h to continue the Air.e f-r the year lSi are notified
t'-at their subscriptions cv.irl l blinded in to the atuierigneil.
On or before November 1
, as the order f r lo mu--t be torwarded by tl.e t'.r- n:ai! lesivinp
th'reufter. The foilowui arc the terms: !
j Harper's Weekly, tv mail, f.-r cue year, 52 50 i
1 lo. Monthly, " dj. do. 3 O) !
ScientiS; American, do. do. '2 50
jy- No names 1 sr!1: unless the full imiunt is fkkpa:i.
( r Any pers-'.ns nc neret ore uo?crio:np. cau ouuiin enner
or all the ar..ve. hy sendinif th amounts named.
Xy Ml the ahr ve pHiiers :ir? io vrell known as t.- rii'.ir ro
ree. uaietniM.on. Ad.r. ss HKNKY l. WHITNKY. i
( Hl'irlnl.i. C Hr,
rfVHK rXDERSIKXF.il IS I'RF.l'.tREDTOl
I furni-h 1KO.N and liKA.-s C'AsTIMiS. and all k.r.ds rd j
Machinery and sm.ih's V or at the shortest Notii-e an.1 j
STEAM EM.INKS AM) BOILERS
MADE TO OKUEIi.
XT CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply "f Anvils. Cart;
Poxes, Fore i!ac9. Chain Stoppers, fish Weights, stove Plates ,
an I Lininjrs, I'umh hells, kr., a;c, if.
:--y THOMA lit dHK;
u i: it t ii b ii a s ,
1VT n. o n ,
limiLD CAM. THE ATTENTION
T the pub'.iotn h:s stock -t miterials.conMisting of
Hawaiian and American Lime.
"last'T of Pari,
Composition and Crave! Roofins.
TRY Wi iRKS r-paired at lowest rates. COM POSITION and
GRAVEL RixjKIVi put on buiMinirs and
17- urd-ra to left at th
r.r with P. C. J .jiks, al M
Litr.e House, on KINO TKKKT,
s-rs. Richards & Co. ly
WM. H. WRIGHT,
1V"I I' RESHECTFI'LLV I NFORM THE
v public that he is prepared to Manufa.-ture
Turbine or any olbr-r kinrt of Wnlrr V.'heel,
and warrant them, at reas..nahle rate., (.'nh rs f.r any kind of
solicited and pr.'.rr.pf.y lite.-.. led t
K.'i.ri. Vt. 10, lS-1
til.' I. C. Mi LKAN.
200 lords lvst Fire Wood !
RECEIVED FROM MAC! A Ml KAl'AI,
on the prcu.is. s of the uu.h rs.ii' d, and tor talc bv
js2-.iiu s ii' ii.r a iiu Vk.
CJE.OIEX .1X11 OTHERS ( Ul ISIM: ON
1 the Mexican Coast, should piocure a ..py of the Spanish
Primer, to lie hud at the llookMorc. price 5 els. 2-j ;iiii
PElDfOIL! PEAIT OIL"!
flMIIS OIK CAX KE I SKII FOR A XV KINO
M. of Lamps, burns with a
Whilf aud Ilrilliiint I.ihl. nod ! no
In quantities to suit, for sale at
MELt'll Kits? t, Co.'s.
Ei:ii fs ol fhr S. I.
"IL'ST RECEIVE!! FROM W ASHlMiTOX
99 a few Copies of the line
Chart of the Sandwich Islands,
prepared bv order of Ihe I'. S. Government, to accompany the
ft Krt of Wilkes' Exploring KvHilitioii. Thine Chans are
considered the most correct survevs ever inadf of our frroup,
and a fw copies have been expressly printed on heavy map
pajer, for sale in Honolulu. Every resident, mid alm those en
;ai;eil in the Coaslin;; Tr:ule, should jss ss a copy.
Kor ale bv
2S2-3m II. M. V I11TNKY.
FRESH GRpERIES 1
ijiii s roiii:.
Isxpeclcil iiei liar la tToinci !'
IRESTOXi MERRILL'S Vrutl Poudsis,
C'alituruia Sac1 iii tins,
AHi it I't-rrinn' Wonvsti-r Saup; j.tH.,
I o. !. tin. jitjj ,
Fresh Canary Setl,
Clark's Corn March,
I'r u ncs in Hulk,
California Smoked 1'eef,
Hiilins' Sugar Cured llainf,
( 'alif'ornia L.ird,
liiuiitxildt I Say lYitat'XV!,
California I IniuiiN,
Fxtta Family (.'alifornia FLmr,
'J-aiii A. I. CARTM HIiiHT.
t.MtO.M AMI AFTER Til IS IUTE, THE
uiiderniKiied hereby jrivcu iiotire. that he u ill u..l be re
Sonsile lor or pay a: y debts or bills nl.at.-ver contracted in
ho. name without b written order. ;. W I I.t I Kl.M.
lloi.olulu. Oct. 7, l.sol. us,l-:.ui
V ll'JVV 31('(ll.:iii.l
Wanted lit hk'h.-st mark: t rub s, b
J. C. SI'AU'IXU.
TERMS H"ICK !
SMELL PROFITS ! I
QUTCiv s.vi .!:.: : ::
s rr o iti i
A LARUE AMI VARIF.O ASSORTMENT
II AW A 1 I AN F Ii AO
Will bo Sn.jpntlcd from the Front.