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TllllZitfjr, AtW EMBER 7. IS!.
Oi b U-t itu l :n Fntndaco .in-1 the Eiucwa diMrb-iJ
let. IJ by ihr thtmririiiM Cow ptil tmn, i V'.c.nria. At that
ire, uur r p.rts fn-a. the North imt very meagre- We mrt
n.w whfe L rbrotikiK th arriTm' of Tw-axly two-third. U the
t.al.it( St, and gbtm report (mn ncnt if those yt to com--to.
ThCM 'sparta viQ t tund o our dor'h --ir- We
gratiAcd lo MBjouaer that Um saco-aa of the fleet ' -"
.read tavlvmas-e of th prrrimu three years. The -ryr of
W whole f.cCt for wa S00 barrel of nil and HCi pound,
kmtj &. TS barrel and 6,W pounds hone ; for l")i-J,
(20 Umk e4l and ? MM pncnd bone.
As atsitert abo, only a portion of the whalinjr fl-t
arrived, yei the irrur thus for ataivl Urg-ly in rr-i of ht
year. A ttte Ut r arrival aJway improve the average. t!.i
wiO be eoar.Mim ly lnrreicl y the to I of November. There
Un been 44 arritaJj, at follows :
31 TtU at Honolulu, l.lo:.
& at Lahairi--.....
IU at Ililo,...
Interesting Ieport From
THE WHALING FLEET
- v - - -
Tte aerge f the R--t. ! fr as it c-io- in, (.lif
two sperm ohaVr ar..l ore tra-lrr.) ha4 fa brl. oil ail
6,Kia B. ne, which is a rr- ot in;prxeui-r,l ..ver lant yrar. !
The retn. ns In m Mjr. Arctic ud Jchot Itive l-eu as follow:
R.l ... . .. Ar-TAjr .vtra-.-e
Orh..k. 17 475
Itrport af bark . I
M. Hn:r.- v l:.ik ri -'v t 1-uv.n? .
avi. v- h.i-i l:.-ht :!. r uu:.l arrnii'i.' i'i I I'.itu I
h-r- r f-ll tti with a . ti: i n of h- r, rnj
We rr'V-tl in t!,- T:r.ii.:y ..f i! K'ir:!- I- :
th u!-1 Witli'.ut J it:i.''-. v-i t t!i' i!.:.ii f "
ji.iil. r.k--l t:-r u.'fi th- j.i-ut;L-r in
CI.U. Wh. Bue.
- .1 tl.p'H.-li
r muiii t I
N.X.W.. tr- i.ir fp in the .iith:ir'l. At " I". M., l it.
itl - W X., li'i : )7 .., are cuiuv u; with thi: c:irry-
ii:? all mil. n')t -xj- tins tn tirnl it o far s-ju:1i ; c in.n.-:;-
t ' bit. I ntufh ilarnae, alth'ult thvr a h-avy ! il :ii'l a tl...
i::o.iA to 7.f.'.' I
The balk f the ttrhoMk 0 ill ft main out, at'l it U J
known tha ccary vt th-m have ib inr w-ll. The bt fn j
rr(irttl tl.os far air the MonlrmI, at Ililo, from the Arctic, j
with 20U0 nvl ami 'it.OOO lb. bi.w ; Uwr Ktinr.trr. a irm
purt, aim from the Airtie. 100 i rci ami 14 brl. whale ; ami
Ui Oatw l, frnrn tlte tkjhotrk. with 1AH lrri I oil ail '.VIojO
Ifcs. bowe. ; Atthoach far bthiixt the "fanrt" ol thebMen timr,
when 3MjO o Ttort LarxrU were firtiuis taken in a e.r.,
they are mi xesaful '.y:i?r fur th-e day.
Ta-r only mnrliant T-l arrivnl .luring the i.nt week, has
been the Hawaiian briif Hrhtrimjr i days frmii Il.tuiliurir
bniirins; a tuil earrjo A lii m.ari pl. which wiil I- f .utid ad-
erti"eil In :mr r4itmn. 1m- u9 are ihtily loiked f.r frmn i
l?an Kranri-ro, sui.1 w- may ej"rrt the nail any nuifunt.
The cli ataners have bt-n -ry f'-w, rotinrd to two or three j
whalers bound on crui-trn South, ami twu schuier, Ixiund b .
Srimossjit Sata; The well km wn scln.ner .Vurii. 91 tort ;
burthen, has bt-n .or-haeil darhiir the .a-t fuk n ivate
trnns. by t'a;4. Cla-k. of Iti- whalerhi (trrnn, and will be em-
floied as bmler to that hip in ber irit-r cruise on tie: Cali- !
krnia in Citnaiand of l"t. .'mitK'k, lute of the t'aror-
ttt. Cati 4 kirk was rery sn'-eful List a.n at an I'i-irn,
ami toDu ream why lie may lx r iiiile as tuu. li n thi
There has bern a marked ioil.n.r. nii.t in Lusines&, .'mnt
every hnu-rh partu-iatiiie in it. Thii t-eit ctueil by the i
temanii created by the hi.rtng in Iort, ami by titer want if !
the btrye Kumlier f aeatneu iuil ;8 ami shiiieil f..r new v y-
avS- The anttitint f.f oil trtkeu tFie :t-t ea--.n being pnetlly in
races of 'ireM.u year, tlte sum aid t.ff lo tiiricvrs ami
semmen ta pn.p rtexiati ly inrrraM-d. Nutwithslandintr the re- i
duml auvber uf evwrL, the disliurHrntefit in payiuc tiir a- j
ten, will l nearly at moeh as the t" d of tut y zr. when tlte I
aserare catch was small, but the iiomljrr 4 veeU lirjrT. I
Of mtwt uttcles rjuire.1 fi il jhippn.!. tlief aears n be j
Cur n( ly. The demand 6 kUoml imalurr is f"l, and will '
(iresrt.t any larire eirt daring the month, ffc cante the cur-
rent r-jr : I
Srtutis Xeeeipts froca ptantatiins are small, there bein? I Kit
one or two mills ikms in oferaia. The new crop will s n.rtly
brria to arrive, ttoweser. The demand is limited to heal ants.
Sates at 7c a hc
Mi.sMrs HaW-s knl demand only at 'JOc
?Lt Jlw (U $12 Y bio.
P.llt -Aa. beef, 1 17 ; Am. frk, -0 ; Haw. beef, 10
O $li t saaall kit of American beef suhl at auctioo on the ith ( nne mnit nt f t,,e down,
at H i.
Basin Sales of nasy at 5ie; pibif, 6J e O "c
itii. asa BscW bear of no transactions.
los T A Mlt of a awtall b4 choice U rej rted at 23c ; 31c 6S
33e may be qoted as the rates, acrnrdmir lu terms agreed on. '
Cns Iwcnestie corn Is wurth lie m '2c f Ih, according to
quality, la sml supply.
Crp jiutalt sales ! the hif.in5 at JUc laS 'lie.
Fuxra Aliostlant, at $7 i s St.
rttsns Stock limited. Pales at 7 (& $10.
Pl UT Worth Tc St Sc. No lransactks.
La ass a dntiply Urv. Jolibin? at ".
slu'Uas.la Whalers draf.s are 10 per rent, discount.
! I'hataea ( IIwiswImIm, im Nsirmbrr.
I dr. h
New )on ....
first yoar:rr .. V
m. I iIt. h. m.
Zi M. j Full Monn....l7 1 M.
11 L Last yuarter..i u 3 M.
Fan Tt n.et. .... .... t. 13 i
New Vira 'paper).. 11
si:w-it-rut at the time. In tii- ii.urie .f the da, 3:1 the Ink
r.v-iii: and i!ni IMi.r ."tar. Wurlnl a!m; t ti.e S.V.. asi'iu,'
the ice, h'ipii.i.' t't fji.d c.ear water. M ij- -1, ui.f n- :r the e-t
c-.a-t of Karuschatka. sai'ing nrrtherly Utween the ice an.l tiie
land, in cobipany with five otlier iwi. having fr-.in 10 to -0
miles of c!ear wat-r. At dark, h .ve io und.-r cl.i-e-n.-ef- 'l
t.'IiSa.L) and fore t".uiat-!t ivsail. !ui.ii."i!:g ourselves t.. lr
d. slant aV.ut il niil--- fr.'in bind. Saw tie: I'.ilur star and iiwr
C'nicker rather cbe blether in h..r", the latter, in wearini.,
struck six time-, Lut i.aily (:ot i.lT clear. Tiie l'.ilar ir, i:i
wearing', pt eff m f-.rc the wind ami went ah'.re ; th y eml.-a
T ireil f.t (cet her oiT, cut away the spars no as tii e- her, but
there liein a heavy sea on, she so. ii billed and filled with water.
At 3 A. M. the Oliver Crurkcr l.re d-nvn t.j u with h'-r en.-in
half u.a-t and lighted lainp. tin c, miliar up itii u, .-l.e r.'
jiorted the Kilir ftar as bein- a.-le re. l:..:h n-.v-U made all
sail, ami worked up to the wr.-ck aLaint a tr.iiif northerly rur
r'iit ard a h-avy a, atid 01. ly fr"i:i one to five n.ih-s of cl' ar
water, and we made ! prure.s ; i.iw-vr. the Tt atlier ni'nie
raleil and at 4 I. M., the Captairi. with In othe rs anl erew
cams off in their lit'.its. and the crew was diviei tn eaoh .-lii.
hext niorriii.i?, we c:une alireaat of tho wreck ard anchored in
II f.!hiii water. I'arties fr.-in U.lh ve- ls went on ?hore, and
sui-C'-nled in s.-llin her as he laj. at auction, t':it. C'-!iran
be.uf the jHire haer. The i.(li.-i r and crew paved nimt ol their
thin-s. .iiiie stuff was g..t i.ff tnnii the wrxvk, and then only
at ball tubs; the rhips lieim; distant ah.ut lu n.il.f. and the
ie e-fiii:ir d.iwn so thick, that we rave it up. 'lhe wr-k was
b f in Lit. .'.O X.. Iniitr. liis .Vt K. Through the kinilte
of ('upturn inns) y. Knsicr and Killmer, 1 was rehevnl of ;J
but m of the shipwrecked men, while s-iine of the Captain i.f
other v- 'Srls re!us'd tit l-'ike any of tie in.
The latt-r .irt Jure-, I rniised In Tavisk 1! iv. but sa.v 1.0
wlial- s ; tiri rt 1 July, I crui-o-d aleait the - VVe.-l i . md'
fir r 'ht whab s. and aw eiht whales in th'- i.uie ! t-i. days ;
strut k on- and lost biin. The wea'le r l iri'- h. aiy and ruu"sl,
with rain and !. and no -ij.'it b-r whales. 1 . ft f r the S t..
iulf. wb'-re I uw Imwh'-atls Vt Bve days themily win I had
e,-n tltirinr tlie seann : struek lhr-e. and onlv sav, d oiie.
S'-xt crui.sl atiaiK the irth rli'.r' as far as tteie.t.k t'lty. up
t' 'ept. 5. ami there fund t'apt. W alk. r. of hip Alice Krazier,
whii: 1 vessel wis l.t 111 the ice list ls-emin-r. Alter fastening
her ta ttie hir, intmtiiic to take out theprivi-i.iris. her tines
art il. site drifted to sea and has not lieeu heard of hitice. The
t aptain. oMrers arni rrew were distributed auiotn; the Kitssian
set'k ment. hei-ame shi.rt .f provisions, ai.d lii-nlly were oiIiird
tta ply t'tbeij'ivorrHirforasiHtaiK-e.hokiiHily supplie! tht ta
with the liet he hail. I found the coverument short of every
kind of provisions In .uie of the livtit. tea was as hitrh as .1
ler fro. and flour, rice. sur:ir. etc., in the same ratio. C'apt.
Walker reports his men all well, except the il mate, who hid
acchuciitaily sh. himself ; tw Isiats crews had iroiie to Mianter
Bay. exiectifiB to vi a chann- to the Sandwich I .lattils by some
of Hi? ship th.U mar touch t lie re. I took thr-e td trie men. but
Capt. W . concluded tit rrroain till the r-sl of hi' crew would
lemvt-. Cante timanth the Ve.h passare S .t. 'J7. ami exjs rienci d
The lolloaiiit; vessels
were si4.en aiel bearl froin
Jcly A Ot.wanl, off it. Johna Island July 'IS. .ViO brls ;
N-pt l', lanily Morgan from Japan S-a. Isumd to S.W. bay,
4'S ; A us. . J..hn I. West, off N'.K. tlulf, iin.l In the ri-lit
shu t rrouwls, 3 whales; -.I', South ll-.n. 1 wli.ile ami
brls lnu li "liifirer till ; June 'Jit. MotiiwHitli, IniuimI fr Shunter
ISay clean : Oct. lit. Calt-to, 3 whales, wua sending up a new
mail, topmast at the time.
W w. S. U1.LHK.
Kraorl sf bnrk Tnuirrlnnr.
M a. Winrxtr, Sia : You wished me lut Sprintr to give you
a full rert when I returned in the Fall, but I think you will
have received reports of vessels that have cniis.-d on the same
murals that I did, - I will five you a brief account of our own
cruise. First went to K-xliack and cruised time until the 1-t ot
July, an.! f un 1 whae-s uos so plentiful as in former years, but
tiuite tame ; struck seven, saved only three one sunk, and the
other three ran so fast, we tnouijlit it advisaMe to rut the line
ml rive them a clear course, they proving tle-ms, Ives to he
yVisf rarm ; tlie oik-s we saveil were very poor. Next left for
the Arctic, i-a-sed Kast Cape Aug. 7, ami two days after saw
three ships take whales on the Oniip.-i-s iiround. We stopped
there a few days, tk nothinir, ami th-11 steensl f. .r 'as- l.is-o-iii
; from them-e to Icy Cape, in company whh the Montreal.
I trs.k amKle-r whale 011 the Jjth Auu'. T.sk 'Sir lt whah- oil
We had twit
. Vhi llitrr ('rarLrr'sCrnisr in Ihr Orhoisl..
I IVi--. .1 thr..:ch h- 4'!i j-i-v-..- M ;y 10. -te.-r.Li N.W". ;
! r in.- u, .:.i . 1:1 ,..t. il : ti S. -:.--r:- n- 1 -u.!. ui.-I ! ui.-l
' .: i..a..:..- f.. N K. : !. el .tr-t - . W. tful- in t of the tiuie,
' .-!i t. f s. Th- re I so r..u- L r u:d t-4 p-t t-t the
N.W. May 2 .;.:. SI 5 4-t X. l-'hi s it K., w- r- d il 1.;
' t'.- to !'. - N h. 'in the ni- r: n -f the ..;), M.-.v. sa the
J W-ter:i f.- r- f Kuin-'hutka, and UJ.- -1 it to Is: al-.ut &
OI.I--S u. :ai:t. On th- "'.h. -aw ui.d .-poke i.V -hip- 1' .ur Mar
in. I J j.h :.--. Jl -t. rurii.n.,' alonz the iee, in cmpatiy with
I ot:. r v- i-. -a the luiei at limes during th- .lay ta the ea-t-1
ward, ari l ah .t I s :pp-.ed to It S-.i:in.' ice i;i shore, but s-.n
' -r t j I I Ii.i.d -k r. d with -:i. w, and not so f-ir las I
ex(-i-:l ; 1. c--u.ii.-i.oe-l w,th -tr-.:. win.l- fp.m r ?.W ., atid
im-r-as. i t-. a .'a;--. At s 1. M. el . r--f-.d f. re and i:iaint..p
- 1 ! -.- j i:.a-t -.11.-. r-:- eriiur ?.K.. t;.e I'oUr Mar in c -m-
1 .: y . : ' t.iii". I su;.s-eil we l.a l t'.f:v mil -a-r-r in
l- ! ..:i i-e ;.d t',- -iiore. List th o.i.-.'.t I would i.ke to k-!
cl- to t - 1. - .1!. I i-ii- or.l -r, to --.. r -hip at 11 o'clxk,
which w-n. I tive us two hours on that tact:. u-'iii- si r.: two
knot- ; in weann.'. I I.-ll th- ship -'.r:ke heuv.ly. and start 1 f r
! th- deck. I nt lore 1 r--a.-fi.sl .t t. it h--r strike twice tie .re. Is.rnt
1 or. th-r a.i: I jit th- time nnd h- .t-iin,- W". I a-, d the ot'icvr if
( h- had j: : ant-.i. th- i ; l.er-pii-d "tl.- re .,s tio ire in
s..ht. ao-i 1!.- -i.:p nr.-t li ne -tru- k the b..tt..r.i. and c-nse.
iijii-iitly the l'oi .r .-"tar must l a-:i r-." Th'.- v.---- I -tru-'
o:ice im.r-. hut not -o Lard. u I s.kii.i: astern. ..r the I'i lar
.t:.r l.ai! a 11. ; i . rurii.iir.- l f .re the wi.i.l d:i-ctly f- r the shore,
I having n.i- I s-iys. K.r full particulars i-f fier wreck, see
( apt. leeU-"s r- p. rt.J The trt.i wa- sold at auction as
it i.iy f -r J'SJ. When we 1 ft -he was .il-out to r.uks troiu
hish-wat-r mar. 1 he land at. .ut that place is Very d- c.-ivir-..- ;
; the hi-ii lurid . s-n in th- oliii. i- !rom 10 to V.0 n.il-. back fr..iu
! the -l.-.re. and the !..- lao.l, covered i.!i -now, was wh.it I n.i
, t"k for tloatu ir ice while rui.iiii.L- -ioi.i; th.- lut il. This lo.v
i land is hIm-u; thr-e ..r I ur feet ah-.ve tic- .-urf.ice i f th- water.
; I'.y ur char:.-, the land makes a straight sh'-re X.N.K. and
; S. W . ; a.-o. ol.s-rv.'.l a low point of land l arin- S.i. W'., and
anoth r oiie l--ariiir X.X.K., whichf -nt.- a deep hiirl.t.the dis
. tar.ee from p -int to omt .eii.k' uIm.iU 16 mil-.-s. We iiet -t. d
to the W. -tward als.ut on iniii -, came up to the io- and con
tinued w. riving aloiu it until June 'JO. uhen ice went into Tar-vi-k
itay : 1 mud th-re a -rent ii:inii:y of -h-et iee, hut n.i
whales. Left July 1st lor the N.K. tiuif. Saw and took the
hr-t l. -.li.-ad July 7. o:r the Sand Spit", 'Jth, mvv and t.jok a
I. n.r whale at the same place; -Jo.l, t.J-k our h.-t Uovlna.1 in
lat. 00- 00 N. Saw Uiwle ads only f..ur days .iurii.c the sea
j -on. tt the "J ill Autf. ltd, an 1 had a continuation ot and
; S.W. Hinds. W.-nt intoTiirii-k Hay iiftain Auk. ; had ls-en
: a t-w tthah-s -e.-n f.-ur days previ-.us. ai-d from there the
I .'Ith. and crui-'d .-iloi.o the" North Shore to tcl. .t-k City, but
; sa nothing. Wa- oil Hor-e-Sins- Hay S-pt. 4 ; went into Tar
; vi-k I5.iv f r wo-l and water. Mr. Wilson, 1st oilii-cr of the
i I'.iUr Star. v.-ith J. s limit's crew, who had r- tiiaitied with us
; mice trie I -s of their ship, l-lt us t.. hrid at it small town, and
wl.il-cro- it. c the surf, the Is.at c-ipsi..-. and -.11 hin ds were
lroun.il. The natives were on tit-- beach at the t.me. hut cul 1
; rei-l.-r no i.ssi.:;1i,ee. Alter hearii.i: ; the a.s-i-i.-nt. I sent two
; lem to t!i- town; th- natives had recovered only one lly
! up to S pt. that of Hole Tt M. iit,s..ii, which Was br.-n-ht to
th- ship, ur,.! i,f:rr..vard- l.urie.1 on Fabius Isl.md. The foil, winj;
' is a list of naiiu s ot the Unit's crew :
I James W ilsoii. 1-t otij'-er. ,f Mass-ichusetts.
) K. laiiid 1'iuder. bout-steen-r, of New VorU.
ll lward X. lt.ir!-.w, seiimau. of l.ittai.isett, Mius.
j W illiam lulc-a. -.-iiinan. ; saii.e place.
i Jami-s Hariri, scainnu. ot Troy. N-w York.
! Uole-it M. liibsoii. seaman, ol l well. Ma--.
! L-tt ti.e Iti.y s. pt. 1.:. 'or Aliiiil l-laiid, and on tfic -JIUli. l it.
' ui- -Ja X.. lorn:. l.'J- -J. W., saw an.l t-.k two riht whale,
; the only 01n s w saw tins s--aori. Had contitiual irales from
, that to the 07th. when we cam- lhrou.fi the Mraits. t. 5.
. Attowai. a lliiwaiian. di.d. Had ln-ht w.sterly winus until the
'. 1 Jih. and on the -1 1, ts.k lit'ht southerly winds; since that
tune hud li-ht trade winds. Arrived at Ililo on the ,1th, and
sailed Jor lloiuluiu 011 the .vith, where we arrived the -Tth ult.
! llAVIU CoclIH.tS, Master.
i XT Hark Arab, Aiken, r -is.rt- S-iibsl hence lice. JT-.h, on .1
.cnn whul" crui-e to the S-iuthward and Westward, under corn
niatid of Capt. Grinnell, but he has since died, March last, in
lat. 31 -J'J X., Initp. 137 s K., of dropsy in the chest. Saw
; spenn w hales three turns about th-.- I'h'i-uix Ishiiid in February.
to.k two. which made 11J brls. Saw Ism-heads May "a, in lat.
PORT OF LAirAIIJA.
10 Am n h br'- ii.
.Il U t,, i'-sl
l..-.e. V I.-
s Am wii ln.rk I-.i
l. o sj i.-.
t-ii. .1-. :i
. .- -a i 1
fr- -m .Vh"!-k.
' si wl , 1 !,!.(,
. n Isarl.
ct i.-. 11 if w! .
1 L:i. '-v:u-e
-1.1 Arcti.-. o-'d
h. 1 j t ti.
a:, I on t- iM.
A1.1 wh -hip K. 1- rt K i.r ir.l-. W.--I, I
wri. uisj t-.li.- . 1 i 1 . -L, 1 -r s
V - .t-e I 1 J...O il, if -r I Oil. . -II bo 11 I .
Cl'i Am wo s:.p i:-. ir.l, i-.-ll. fr-tu Arctic, uCJ
o-'st I-.;.-, -.a- 'ti; -1'-' wit. j.t sj l-ji.e . :
wn. t'si-s) .::. , . ;. 1- a. -l
il'-- Am wh Lark Ci..r . .-..v. r-
IS !l t?s. -p. -.J ah.
POUT OF III-LO.
A II !t I V A I.N.
Oct. iS Ant wh birk r.,'i
J") i.011-. ,,,;.
UO Am wh sl.-p Tii'-i.ri- Ifi,-ka- .n, Stcvc.rt
'Ha -"li. Jo .J -a---!i.
JO A in wh ship s -nth IU U.,:i.K-p'i. fr--:ii !:
'-' h. UJtJ fs.I.e, - ii-oll.
C'J Am wh -:.i- Moi.tr- . I. z-.. ulc, fri :a Arctic, J'joO wh.
Oo.lSAI is-Iie. S as-.ri.
N jv. 2 Am wh ship C .n-.-rs 2 !. Str-.U-erir. from Ah tk. tkW
wil. S.SSJ b. .',e s-atl.
dipt. Stratib -rj hp.u-ht Citpt. W'ali.-r an I s-'ti. of wrecked
bark At-r t'rnzit r, as i-seac.T-. a-i.l rep--it the Vt.n.r.i r.- ,
with l.'.o brls this --II-0I1. I., iit.d t th-- C". a-t.
l'er KtLat't I. Nov. 3 Ki .ni itrnii : l-.m; W .-l-.v.-r, lrs
l'es.th and "J clnl !r-n, t'..pt Uo-s-re, M I H as. and one other.
From Mtui: .1 M Ale.xaii-i-r. II II r-y. K 11 lfctiley. H W
W i-s-nt. ack 11 c-.bin, and ltd ih-ck pa etiu'e s.
F-.r WiNtiWAi'.ii Pokts p-r Kilou-u. Nov. .1 X L I'il-oIs. K
! II Hail. y. li W CartwriiTht. II s? Htutcuck, ami about 100 dvCk
.noti'.s or Tin: wf.kk.
Rick. The itut otus reoctitlv c'.vi,r t i the cuitivA-
i tiou cf this striicie, will svii exti i.it rioc-Sc'. J-
gr. win in ."linio-t every J'.-trtct cf tht-o isliin-ls.
1 We heir cf its Leing pi tii;ed iiU'i;sivt-'.y en this
j is'ini'l. Ir. S. r. Fora. iu c. iniiiny wi'.ii H's R.
! H. Tritu'e Lot, who ha takc'ti gr:it intert-.-t in the
raisitig of rice, has aK ut 15 acres flantt- l at
M".tua!u:t. The-o g-.-utleiaen lso intcu.I to 1 :ive at
lea-t -W h'Jii lrei aorcs mi ler cuitivitii ti l y Fvb-
12 r.i. iit! out. last from j ru try test, aiel ly the 1st nt July, at least 4:,u
.ai wh. s-uso-n. I acres, Mr. G'.oiinnJ is r reparin-; 1" vr 'JO acres ;
an 1 we uu-Jertai:i that the Messrs. Chaajberkiiii
will put in from twenty to t rty acres tf rice at
Wailua, which place is j.cea'.i .r!y a l.ipte.l to it,
h tviiig l.irge tracts u't jeet t c-verf. -ws. l?e?:. les tlie
gent'.etiieu batiiea, there are ct!;irs. natives ai.l fjr-
I eigners, either engaged in or preparing for planting
rice, .-iikI we should not Is? at ail surprised if the
crip f,.r lso2 should fiK t up at least bL''',0 lbs.
?lr. Hcisteiu recently gathered 110 less than CSovl
lbs. of rice, equal to the best Carolina produce, from
k-ss ihau an acre, aud as two crops can le raised
easily each year, the product and profit in this new
brunch of industry itiu-t be enormous. Should no
unforeseen obstacles rise to retard tiie cultivation of
it, in less than five years our expert i t rice will
: probiibly exceed that of sugir or any other article
raised here. There is no reason why we may not pro
duce five millions of pounds anuually, for the laud is
here and laying waste. j
fr in An
TirusDAY, yov r.MIlKR 7.
2r The PoiyW sum, in its list i-ssui.-, un-iiomift.-s
that the government ;rintinj' dflioo ami
j.ujkt have Imhii leased to Mr. A. rorn;inler,
who ttatet thtit ho w ill lieiicefortli tarry 011 the
irintiii lmsitiess and cxtidnet the ublieatioii
of tin? Ptihui inu newsiiaper at his own risk
ami resjHin.siliility. Su far as tiny bona lido
change has ltcen 111a do, wo o-dir.itulato him on
ajrtiin asstimin leirnro tlio funiniuiiitv -an iinlo-
j jH-ndeiit lositioii, and reliin":ishinjr, tliat of
j a mere ciiijiltiyt'o, hired to Uiitter the Ministors
'and ioverniiteiit, irrespective of any merit due
j to them. The system of jiaid ilaitery so long
; resorted to ly the o-, ivernmeitt, lias worked in
j juriously to its crodi:, if not to the advancement
; of the public welfare, ill varictis ways, which
j have la-Tore been pointed out.
! 'i-t . . 1- 1 .1 ii . .
j 1 ue terms on vvnicti tue pu me. priminj; oinoe
CO 11 ij N. loiiir. 176 a4 K., and ffk the first June j; entered i IliU Ijiell leassj. Have Hot tleilllltelv trnlisiiired ;
j but it- is reporto-d that tin- government still
:t coiisKloraiile sum as a suhsuly
the Arctic July i!i, and cruised principally on the t oinpass
I iiround. Fouud the weather foI first part of the season, hut
i the latter tisrt on the contrary, taw the uio-t whales in I'loT-r
' Hay, t.sik two there, and three in the Arctic, which made in all j wards the support of the Jijier.
- CM hrls. Mo-tly lound the whales scarce and hy tlirouehout
the season, l-fl the straits Sept. 'J, and pase,l tiie Fox I-lntuls;
; had rather a n.Ui-li parsai.-e dow n. One of the reaincu, named
1 John Cook, a native of New Zealand, died of consumption near
. the I'h.i nix "roup.
i 1 Hark at.'iariur. J. P. Hcinpstead, rcMirts Cruised .ff
Caie Hh-ritii; from the l.-t to 10' Ii of July, and Pik live whales.
Weld into the Arctic July -Jl, and there t-.k S whal-s all Isiw-
lekuraphic.Ss i. SO I HotiKknnc......
Tahiti. Slay l" I Melbourne, Australia, July M
lvndoi..fli-r-) . . . . A uir. 24
telegraphic.. Se. a tnr bin Sept.. wtneli m.fle tlie sixth this season.
..A uK. iM
PORT OT HOUOLULU. XX. I.
Nov. 1 Jl wh hark Martha il. Daily, form the A rr-Ur, Ij sp,
640 wh. .kbju hooe. aeawta ; Uv sp, 3km wh j Ij
l. lwt wh, W Iwnr. 00 Isatr.L
1 lfa K-b ifsis-n, Iwej te. fr itn a cruise Sooth.
1 An wh bark Catherine. J. p. liempsteail. fmm Arctic,
litN wh, S4.HUU Itour. seasoa ; "iMuwh, 'Jtt.CMMI tin,
..irr-; 2I00 wh, "-t.tssi hone. 00 fx rani.
Am wh ship tjootl Return. Fish, fn-tn Arctic, "HQ wh,
utssl tmntr. seas-m ; loUO wh, 1J.0O0 bone, voyage ;
lUal wh, lU.uuO bone, oo board.
H Am wh bark tmarard. Allen, from Ochotsk, loilO wh,
- Vl.trttU holte, season ; bdol wh. 6o,UOO hu. Toy age ;
Jissi wh, SO.OuO I -m-. on hoard.
J Srh .N.-ttie .Merrill. Hurrrs, fr-im Ililo. with 8-S pk-s
moUuMrs, I'J bales pula. Passengers M r Cliase,
5 others, anil deck passriiers.
2 h Kinioi. Shepherd, from Kahului ami Lahaina.
with lu head rattle, and 10 deck passengers.
tUch Maria. Candaffe. from KoUxv, with lot) hrls l-eef,
81 hrls molasi-es, r5 hnles. '1 keirs butler, etc., etc.,
1 rohirt and 'SI dts-k passengers.
2 Am wh hark iratitue. Harts, from Ochotsk. IM sp,
1100 wh, Id.uuv bone, season ; -JUU s, 310U wli,
I..IH.T ; iio up, SiMJO wli, on board.
3 r wh bark Flomla. Fish, from Uclmt.sk via Itiln,
; 14o w It. 'J-J,bU0 ln. seruuHi ; 40 sp, -t wh, 37,000
I bone, rnyaee ; -JUO wh. arioOU biaie. on board.
if V teamer kilauea, Herrill, from wiulwanl Ports, with
t bales pulu. baits fundus, la head cattle, 2t$
i shei-p, u brls rm 4asss-. 14 ires beef, 4a keg-s suar,
COO baza pst iloesi.
4 laiwiv. brig Schwitnre, Knkrmniler. 1S2 ilajs from
y II inihur-.'. with mil--, to II. ll.irkf -ld t, Co.
4-Jch Kaiurbameha ! V. Morse, from Nawiliwili, with 13
Of ds wmiti aiul scs II butter.
4-' ch llannalt. Antorte, from wimlwant fiorts.
iui wh bank Iksruslalile, Urow-isuo, from Ililo, lyint;
off and 00.
6 -eh sainim I lenr r frntn lliln-
1 Haw. sch Kmlaaia. Kelly. (Tender to tlie whaling bark !
.ltr.tiih.) Iran th-liot.sk. ,
S S. . Si ..it 1 : V , ... r is v . . 1 . . : .. 1 t v. : .
-.-.w . ..icmb, ti. m n.iiu.u. a.m. kjaiiiiiiw
Xuw. 1 Am wh hark Fanny, Hiivrn, to cruise on the Line and
4 S h Nettie Merrill, Borres, f--r Lahaina, IIlI.i, and other
4 Seh K lovi. s phenl. t,T Lahaina and K ahiilnf.
ft Am wh ship Corinthian, Lewis, for coast of Chile and
heavy irales froui the s-Hithwanl, duriin; which a pi.-ci- of ice
struck th- bark, and I ih .intht th- --. I was stove, hut on
eviiniiiiin! fouiul she was only slightly dain.if.-ed. Sept. '.'), saw
plenty wilil cows with larze calves close in to lt-res Island.
!-ixty miles to the S.W. of St. Paul's Island, -nick a ri-.-ht whale,
the Ihc-r was knnrke-l out t.f the l-oat. and had to slack line to
pick him up ; in so doing, we lost the only r..-ht whale that we
struck this season. Saw plenty for several days alter, but the
w-alher was so very m-ir-sl we left for the 7'J-I n--.iir--; p.-is-.-d
thrmi.-h the 1st Kssai.-e Oil. aiel tlie 7il pa. a"- 011 the i.tli.
Fncountere. five pile on the p is-au-e down thicc from the
South, one from the Kat ami on- from Hie North. The gah-s
from tlie southward hi-t I f-r 14 days, with a heavy sea ; the
wind moderated and shifted all at once to N.W'., and the sea
tecanie in a dreadfully confused state ; I Lad hard ol such seas,
l-ut this time 1 saw them; there were three rollers, i-tie after the
oti'ier. and if the third had struck us I think we would not have
I s-eu Mt to relate the la. t. They looked like .-mull mountains
tumbling over and over, and I really never saw breakers one.
tenth so large as they were : 1 can't heein to d-serie them half
as had as tin y were. I allow. si it was a pretty si-.-ht. but my olli
Cers thought different, and wished never to see the like .main.
J.isiii a Win-low.
Report fhip Mm; nolti.. t'npt. I'irrrr
Cruised on the Line and Arctic. Have taken 100 sp, 1HJ0 wh.
and 11.000 lbs Ihiiic, this season ; J0O sp, CO-JO wh, and 45,000
lfcs bone, the royage. Saw sperm whales three titnes in lat.
3 40 tf.. long. lCo- 40 W , lat. 5 Si S., long. 171 0 10 W'.,
lat. '1 3 45 8., long. 17; 3 'M W". The first part of the s.nson
in the Arctic, saw but few whales, and those very shy. Took
the first whale July tf, in lat. Ob - C5 X., long. 1CJ 3 00 W., and
the last !cpt. 10. lat. 70 -Zi X., long. Iii..3 03 W". Saw 110
show of whales till the 21-t f August. Took eight whales be
tween that time and the 10th Sept., in Lit. 70 3 15 to 70 3 40,
long. 101 to 165 3 W. Have tnjoyrj a fair share of gsl
weather the whole season, and hardly as much i.-e as is u-ual-S.
pt. 12, spoke Montreal and Clone, ami learned that the French
ship Caulaincourt was I. ft s-iine 40 mil s N K. cf Icy Ciij-e, on
the 5th S--pt. Capt. Lal.aste and l'J of the crew were on l-oard
the Clonic, aiel 21 on Is ar.I the Montn ul. T.s.k is on board
the Magnolia. The following vessels were r--.k. 11 and heanl
from: Srpt. 17, -hip ll-niy Kiieelaml, I00O brls; M .ntr-al
f brls icrm. i50 brls humpback, 140 bits walrus. 5 California
whak-s and 10 bo heads all this Staein.
XT Ship Or-a, Chirk, r-srts Cruised principally In th?
the Arctic ; found tlie weather very good most of the time, and
whales plenty. Went 011 the willing ground Sept. 10, ami left
again on the Vluth. Saw the first how!teds June 5. lat. C5 3 N'..
long. 17-.3 W'., and the la-t whale t-.pt. JO. U. 71 3 CO X,
long. 172 3 30 ; t-k four this season. Arrived at Honolulu Oct.
24. and will next leave for California- llu he Frank, a Ivrtu-
' not be called an indejiendoiit paper ; for if such
j l; the case, it is still A yt niint on the govern
! iiient fir its suj.port, though perhaps not to the
i Mine extent as tormorly. The mode of its pub
j li.ati.'ii may be :i little changed, and the ofiioe
; of lirectir abolished ; still it may lie to all in-
l.e ids. T..k the first wh ile June -j7 ; hist whale, s.-pt. it, lat. t -nts and purjHises supported by the government.
fi73 40 X., l .ng. 1711 W". L fl the Arctic S-pt. "21 ; went to
PI..r-r Ikiy f r water. Left there the Coral, Sissoii. w ith aln.ut
750 brls. and 14.000 Hs. Im.iic; Capt. Sissioii intends to winter
in II c Hay. and was already prepared.
1 T ship fVooif lirlurn. Fish, rejNH-ts Went on the Anadir
S-a June t, and there saw the first w hale. lat. til 3 1.0 X., long.
177 - !1 W'. Next crui-el from Cui-e Hhering to Indian Point;
. saw whales all the lime, and took two. Went to Plover Hay,
and there look out whale. Arrived in the Arctic July 2S, and
took only one whale there. Came through I'.hering straits Sept.
14. and saw plenty whale? -truck, seven, hut only saved t .ree;
1 the wea-.h-.-r l-riiig very rou-h at the time. Took 4 Imwh-ads
' arid 3 right w hales this season. Ki-riem-ed a fair share of
good weather the nn-t of the season. Came throu-h the
: 170th pa.-Mie Oct. 12, and had tu.-lerate weather down.
Sjs.Le the JulLin, S-pt. -2S, with alse.it IHKJ hrls. this season
; IhiuiiiI to San Francisco; Same day, spoxc the Montreal, with
2.uo0 hrls., Ihiiih 1 to 11 lo.
j y ,- Ship fhiu ur l, Allen. re.rts l--tt the Sandwich Islands
i March 27 ; hud a pl-nsiiiit passage tip to the Kurile Islands,
i as.scd thmu.-h the 47th pasMi-e 011 the 2.1th April, and 'W the
first ice ; was in the ice from that time until the 4th July, up to
j which time the weather hud l-teii very Kid log, rain, ami a
j number of gul.-s from S.H. and N.K. Saw and took iur first
j lM.wh-ad in lat. 56 3 Oo N-, l n".-. 141 3 50 K.. fifty mih-s S.W".
1 of Jonas I-!and ; la-t whale, tvt. 2. nt Mercury Hay. Found
i the ice heavy and packed in '.he Hays until alter the 20th Aug.
' lton't know that I ever saw so much ice in the Oclmtsk l-efore.
!uring the latter part of August and most part of S-pti-mlfr,
had g md weather and a f:iir share of whales. Cruis.-d princi
pally on Oil" Shore ..round, around Jonas Island and Shantiir
Hay, and saw the most whales in tlie Hay during September.
Went 011 the whaling ground April 25, and left again Oct. 10. j,, tje public printing. S(J far SIS WO Call learn,
The following is a list 01 me vessels sjioaen au.i i.earu n-ni :
', Si.t.20 1-aac II .whind HeO
Kl-..iils-ili and Teiid- r, (Kul.iniii.) . . . .
' If the change is only of this character, it can in
; n- wise be satisfactory or pen lanctit.
i The Minister of tlie Intcrinr further announces
: that he has "contracted wii It Mr, Fornanuer
stforesaid to do nil and various the printing and
. publishing,' required by the government, 44 and
; hitherto customarily done by the .lovernment
J'ress." We deem it our duty to inform the
i public, in this connection, that said contract has
; been given out without any formal supplication
j to us from the Minister of the Interior for ten
' tiers to di) the printing. We are prt-pared to do
government work at least tivnty-Jivt per cent,
i cheaper than it' hun. Jjerctofore c,st ; but if the
1 public printing is to be J'uriw d out by private
j contracts to favorites, in what respect tlo the
I public gain by the changes announced ? Solar
j sis we can see, it stmoiints to just this :
; The govei-iiiiicns retains Its printing office, but leases it,
; m-rely as u stroke of i-.hcy.
! The I'utynrst tn t.cwsj,i,j,-r is contrr.cted to be continued,
1 but the government s-cur-s th- publisher ugaiust loss,
j The pul.lic printi-n: is liirnn-d out on it privnti contmct, irre
I tpcclive of the price for which the work u.i.lit be done.
j Of course tip public can juilge for itself how I
1 44 independent" the Polyin xinn will be under tlie
! new regime, or: how great saving will be effected
The OvtRLANH Mails. We hardly know how to j
express the dissatisfaction felt by the put lie with
the present 1110. le of conveying the mails from the ,
Kast to San Francisco. VVe at the islands are of j
course dependent on Uncle Sim for bringing our
mail matter a fur as his 44 pickets" extend, but as
we pay him all lie asks, we have a right to grumble
if the service is not faithfully performed. At pres
ent our newspaper mails are from two to three
months in getting through from New York, and
come very irregularly at that. For instance. .Inly
and August papers printed in Itoston and New York
are still due. and perhaps may never arrive. In some
instances, large parcels come to hand broken open,
or cut through and damaged y the coach wheels,
and others have been drenched and rendered illegi
ble l y the rains or water. How long this imperfect
service is to continue, we can't say ; but if the Cal
ifornia press would speak out plainly on the subject,
it might be rectified by a return to the steamer ser
vice. Letters are generally received in as good
time as when the steamers performed the serviep.
Dy a letter from a St. Louis correspondent, nublished
in the .Ilia, it would appear that the same trouble
about newspapers exists at the otlier end of the
route. The writer says :
" How you and the folks at home regard th- gp-at Overland
Mail enterprise now and since 1 left -ran Francisco. I am, of
course, unable to sny ; but as for myself, so iar as getting any
regular news fn m California, 111 tin- shui- of a newspaper, it
is a great failure. I have been unable to see a tilt of the Alia,
or any other California paper since h aving there, and the past
live necks is a blank iu my ei-tence. I can fully iippre-ime
the want and inconvenience of eery California temporary or
permanent resident, f..r his former home village newspaper;
and although the practical il.. -continuance of the paper mini
was regarded as of little const iuencc by many 1 rsi.ns ; 1 am
now fully sensible of its imp .nance. Hut all this inconven
ience and interruption is not "he fault of the Overland Mail
Company, but at this particii! 1 nne should be laid to the ac
count of the thieving, sneakiu; . cowardly and murderous reb
els of this Stat..."
44 JspKititFTs." Those who don't believe in spirits,
had better read Artetuus Ward's spiritual experiences
011 the first page. IPs conclusions are irresistible.
T II K HOl'SK A X I I K K M I S K S AT
present occupied by K. Gillilaiiil, just above the first
bri. lire, near the residence of lr. S. P. Ford. F..r par
ticulars, apply to K. tiILi.ll.AMi. or to
2V-lm JoS O. CAKTF.K.
a UXSM'IT TT.
T11K CM)ERSI(,F,II KKf.S M'.AVK
to state, that he has taken the shop formerly is-cupi-d
by ii. siders, and is ready to execute all orders in
his line wiihiieiitness and dispatch.
1. 2?. Particulnrutteutiou paid to repidriuir Sewinc Machines
.IA.MKS A. llol'PllK,
2S.1-ly Kiiahuiiiaiiu street.
j Hawaii in 1 an vtkii This place of amusement
1 was openel on Thursl iy evening la-t, under the
management of Mr. fit is. I'erby, who has succeed
ed in bringing with him from i-vm Francisco one of
the best coaipinies of the kind that his ever visited
Honolulu. Comment en tlie qualifications of the
operatic and 1; ram.it io t.oupe generally is superflu
ous, for the fact that t! ey h ive continued to draw
fall houe-! during the p t-t week, is the best criterion
t f their merit. Their j. erf. rmanees are of a highly
iuteresting and amusing chancer, and any of our
. citizens who may have Len su'Tci ing from inactivity,
or the h:!ori : fuu -hh of hitle or nothing to do.
and 44 no place of ani'ir-H.ent to go to," had better
embrace the present opportunity, if they wish to
envy a-hearty 1 1'-ig-i, and have a men y time gen
eral'y ; and if they Jjn't laugh at some of the
original puns and characters brought out, it is be
cause tin re is no I iu h iu them. The powers of
M i lame Uiscacciauti as a vocalist, are really charm
' ing ; her voice is clear and melodious. Mr. E l
mend's violin solos ait- unrivalled, while Mr. Ev
ans on the pi mo, and Messrs. Uarker and AVells, in
that beautiful and touching song of 44 Robin Ruff,"
each draw out unboun.lel praises from the hearers.
Tint notoriously funny personage, Mr. T-ray, in his
side-splitting character of tlie 44 Persecuted i-uteh-man,"
can't be beat by any living actor. Go and
see for yourselves.
For the Fast. The Sje,lu-fll will sail on Satur
day, taking the regu! ir mail. Four dates of the
Cummerciitl have been issued since the last mail was
dispatched via Victoria, and can be had at the coun
ter in wrappers for mailing. They are failed with
interesting details of sl ip liens. Mormon movements,
local nff-iirs, Xc.
na S i I 01.01 i..oiu:n..-.
" XZf Pianos and Mel.nh-o
('HAS. F. XKWMAX. IKAC'II-
sK-011, -ringing and tiei'-
Or.l. rs left
at Hox Mu.
eons carefully tuned, eur.
IVst Office, will receive prompt
A in s.r..
Oct. 10 Heiijamiii Hush and Tender
Hils ruin. Hiimpus,
John P. West,
I the change amounts virtually to nothing, except
i sin abolishment of the oiliee of director, smd a
' iihminti! lease of the office; but tlie public print-
ing will cost the people sls much in proportion
j to the amount of work done, sis it ever luis.
NOT liS OF Tirii U'I'.KK.
I M TOUTS.
Fkow Ss Fit..s :.-i"i Pint r.hi'J Tvmjm.ua, Oct. U5.
; H- S f
1 Hollib 1-1 lues.
. Hnrliips. . . ... .
! Clothing ,
I lry thiols....
; Hry ti.ssl....
. Fancy ti'tuds. ,
' Hardware.. ...
S tm wh Kbip Harrr-it. Manchester, f.w coast California. 1 gu -. did tcl. 0, of consumption. agsl als.ut -5. It. i-.rts
-Haw. ch tftoliho. Hush, fc r at cruise Sst:h.
w Steamer kil iua. l'--r fill, (or Lahaina, Kona,aniI other
i S-h MI Fellow. Car. Lae. tot rt on Kauai.
Srh Hannah. Anton--. p.r wlndwanl I sir is.
4 Am a:h Seri W itch. Taybr, tut Tahiti.
4 Han. sch Lucte. UoUtortf, (r Valparaiso via Tahiti.
JJT lli. elysner Kryte. rrports left Honolulu
on the 3 lt July, hoand S-aithoard in search of an is lard u
prwwl o h-r valuable ; waa 14 tlays reaching its assigned posi
tion. Kx-erieuCTvi atruaic trade wind ami heavy rnsa sea.
PuwaJ tsrlwrrti the parallels v'69 ami 9 9 X. a strong Faster!
currrnt, tnuaiof hey tule-rlp, which might easily be, ami no j
tioabl hm been. satstakeD t-r sltoalt-. The rrs-el aas set. .ia I
Bore thaa -ae nrcaaioo. 60 vulea due Cant in Iwettty-tour hour, j
Calm all tt time. The ib-ldrums di.1 net extend o t ir at that j
period ut tbS year, but were tuhject to bravy tsiualls and rain. I
Between the equator and 4 3 lite rarrcct kit very striKig to ,
the W. aa.1 X.W, bat I think with not so loucb regularity as ;
the tatrr'.y one, Taryine in both set and drift w.th the different j
phas t ol the moon. Sa tereral spenn whales, CntacL and j
black &h, all very near the VesscL on reaching: the parallel of
. . . s w e . , s - f fts.s w -., tuxini uuc
W. antil rocsuletrably past Us position, but saw nothing ; re
peatrvl the same spetrattoa on fire diilerent parallels, each 10 to
11 miles aurt, a!l.juiir r any rrbal(e rrror in latitude. In j
order to luo is fresh parallel, we had each time to go up to j
30 S. tt ma? oat lslir. and then strike down into the j
8.C trade s. It was But practicable lo steer diagonal Courses i
with proper prrewUn, owing to the strength of the Westerly
Current. Cruised in the vicinity for six weeks, without success, j
mod flivxl y aKtrutoncl the search. In lat. 3 3 li S., long. .
lit) 3 IO W spoke the British clipier ship Summrr CloaJ.l
Wisbestoo, -J days froa -hut Franetsea, botul to Sydney, all well -.
wecompumd Urernwirb dates and t-und all correct, received -laxe
paprrf, etc Oil oor return passage, we steemt across the !
p-tsitirm of Maxi'J-l Itilrigo.-s lli-rf. laid down S. by K. 4.-1) in 1-s j
from Hawaii, and saw no sign of land r shoal. In Lit 15 3 N ., '
h. at f.mr .Uv ahsost calm, bat ia lt 3 t.s.K the Uales fn-sh. !
Sihtett Hawaii, atul nwini: to strong Westerly currents ard sea i native of Rorolonga, of consumption
Mr. Whitmld. 3.1 olno-r of the Hra-aiila. as hiving died in
June, of dmpsy. ?i.ke and heard fn-m the follow inc vrs-els :
Sept- S, Hragiu.a, 4 w hales, iu the Straits, was l-niii.l to San
Francisco; IS'.h, Champi-ii. ciin s lath, ll-nry Kiifs-latid, S
whales, and was steering N.irth ; lith, C-rib, lu brls walrus.
JT" Pari .i7r, Fih, report W'.-r.t on the Kodiack May CO.
T.s-k the first right whale June 4, lat. 07 3 '., long. I'M- W.
an. I the last whale on the Arctic, Aug. Ua. Found the W eather
fog.-y and winds northerly, and hales scirce and shy. Saw
most whales Aug. 7, off Icy Cape. F.xi- rirnced light southerly
wirsls on the passage dosn. Came through lhe Straits Sept. "J
in Company with the Fahius, Smith, hailing 1J00 brls. Henry
Terry, Cl officer, a colored man. died Sept. S, i f ucuralgia. aged
a)-it j years, a rat.ve of America. lU-poris t!.c 'iood Return,
21. with 3 whales.
1" Hark Cfoar. Simmons, repi'rts W-nt on the Arctic
whalins grour.d May 14. and saw the first whales same day,
look the first wh ile on the 17th. lat. Co3 "0 long 177 3 9
Ii.. and the last wli lie l-vpt.il, c IT Cape Ij-'-.n. Had a fair
share of good weather all the season.
or two gal. s. On
ice and had five planks and f ir limber stove, which made the
vessel leak considerably, but succeeded finally in stopping' it
frpt. 5, found ourselves iu the ice again, l-t one anchor an.l
C2aio. ai.d started the old leak. The Fr rich ship Caulaincourt
went a-h.-re the same t.igliS and bt-ramc a total wreck s all hands
wi re saved but one man, supi-oscd to b-h ng to Korototi-a. who
was dP'Wnnl. We t.k right whales this stason, wLich tn.i !c
a'-sit Si0 brls. Saw the most whale in lat- 70 3 CaX .loi g.
loO 3 SO W. Had fine weath r all the way down.
1 r H rem en ship fi'juOlil Seyer. reH.rts Went on the
An-tie whaling ground May 9. T-mk the first b-.whea.l ou the
COlh. lat. 60 3 40 X., long. 175 iO K. -. last whale Aug. 27,
lat-tis3 "7 X., long. 173 3 24 W. Experienced good weather
first part of the season, latter part southerly gales and f. gcv
rather. Saw but few whales, and U.y Were Very shy. Sept.
9. spoke the Th-mas Hickason with 4 w hale. 5oo brls. and the
Jal.aa with 000 I ris. We lost one man, named Kcrj.nj in, a
Hats c 1
Iron. bars CS
Iron Utl 1
I. unit-r M ft 10
Matrass Ihx I
4 I'.-Mto-s ,-ks 1110
4 Hai-iiis hf bxs 20
2 Haisius... i.rl.xs SS0
2 Steel bars 2
3 Move Pipe pkg-i 5
I T. 111. in Halls cs 1
..irsks 24u ToKvco cs (',
. .. . . .cs io W alms Teeth s-s 17, jOO
..lO O-o H
.. j.o'J'J 00
From Sas Fr.s tsri rta d
. . . .CS
I Hecf, Suioked...
! h.m ks
I Ie.ts and Shs.-s cs
j H-siis Sh.e Fiinlings.es
i Hran.l v i csk
I Hrea l . MU
j Hread tins
I Huil'lin? Materials
Humis-r. . . .
j Windows pki.-
. Cajts, Pcri-usiou......c-i
I Case Ij.sh1s...........Csi
I Che. se cs
i Clothing cs
i Cordage. .c.ils
i Corks. ......... .. .bale
I Holliest.cs.. ...... ..bales
i lry O's-ls. cs
i T, Oct. 27 :
Wl l.iiue bids
70 Malt sks
lin Match- cs
1 Vldse. Sundries... . . .. . cs
1 Vid-e, Chinese.. ....pkgs
12 Mustard c
..feet 10.0I1O Paper
..No. 2o,m) Perfumery..
ither all the season, with the excrpt'on of one I ITy Uols lak-s
, the night o, the 2bth Auitust, got among the j f, Ki;:-;
F.ngnie (st'm) .V tlx' No.
1 lancy Oissl-i c
1 iin bid
lilasssrare 1. 11
; Hams bnls
' I run ...........
i Iron lb.p. ....
! Iron I'll
Ir. h Pile
Pearl barley ,
3 Personal F.:L its....
3 Pi-taloc. ......... ,
05 Printing Materials.. .. .cs
1 Purr.) ....No
2 Hum punchn
3- Saddlery..... cs
6 Saddlery Ml
lo Sardines cs
7 Saw. Circular No
1 J-ceds bac
5 Ss ds, Cotton b .x
irsks IIimi Tea hale
l.f sks 1J1 Tin Plate bx
1 Tobacco .cs
11 Vermicilii bxs
2 Vegetables sks
V' W me. Claret cks
W ine, Claret hf ca-k
Wine, Sherry ir cks
W n,e, P-.rt ijr c:i-k
U me. t'luna . . ..... .jars
V bisky bbls
W ire t I th Is x
6i Wheat s's
1 Yeast 1
V KSSKI.S IX P(lltT-XOV. 7.
rollme thn-orh tlie chanie b. o old not feb-h Oal.u. Mghtel it
first bear.nir N.K. 20 mile ; was lour days from that f-siti.io to
nooOtulu, are I otw day off the port in cnpany with tie- sen.
Hokuble. lhr-e r.i.-hts out from Honolulu. Smth point of
Hawaii bearing I1X.F-, icht-d a fore-and-aft schooner bound
North, but could not speak her.
Tr HinoverUo bri Sr.kwrHijr, Kokemulb-r, rer.rts Left
Cuxhaveti May ii arrirnl off the IIrn Aug. 14. with the wind
Dodcrate Iroui the w-tar-I. Fr.m 00 3 to 54 h.d very
trmitr breezes ; thence bad the wind light from NAY. till arriv
ing: at Joan Fcrrtand-x, where we remained five days ; from
there we took the trades fresh, and carried them to Honolulu.
Wan 26 day frutn 50 3 S. in the Atlantic to 50 3 S. in tie
Pacific Crossed the Line on the Atlantic, long. 34 3 , in 0
days. 11 a 40 days from Joan Fernandez to Honolulu. Ex
perienced a good deal of calms and light winds during the voy
age, which caused us to make a rather long passage of ls days.
Vtmcla Expe-ctrd f rwirt Forrixa Port.
Am clipper ih-p?e sSerperit, Hike, would leave San Francisco
boat Oct. 25, to b-uch at li.tnolulu for freiglit and passen
(rer for Ilongki-ng- due aN.ut See. 8 to lo
Am. bark Yankee. CUxion, would leave San Francisco about
Oct. 30 lue Nov. 10 to 12.
British tark Tima Daniel. saiUd frrta Licrprj on tlie 20th
June, with an aMSorfe.1 -si -1 1 .laiii'Ni, tr'.cii iv t-i
y Am. hark l:raj'inz i re.rt--CruissI -rincii:!y on the
Arctic, and found the weather very good up to the 1st OctoU-r.
Whales were plenty saw the most in lat. 70, I'.nrr. 172, S pt.
2-s.h to Oct. 1. Went o 1 ti.e ground iu May. and left again in
Ocbibt r. Passed Ka.-t Caj-e. VV athcr, on passag dawn, very
g'.l, with easterly win.!. W'e got in the ice in the tlulf of the
IH-ly Cros Jum-20 ; p-t clear July IS. I'.rokc ancf.. r an 1 wind
Hus, lost 1.70 shisi'ts c-p-r, b.ie !iea-hing fpini both Ikiws, and
sustaincl other dama.-e, l--sides increasing herlea'sa-e fp.m 5"0
strokes in 24 hours. So St.ooo strokes. While in the iv. July 4,
in hit. 05 3 4'.. I.eiir. 17'J 1.'., landed 2.00O lbs. bread, and other
supplies, with all our lir.s, and prepip-d to abandon ship, but
finally got clear. The ice was from 5 to 15 leet thick. The ship
was within a mile bud a Lull ol the shore.
XT Hark M irtha 27, Ih.ily, tx'isirts Cruise 1 principally on
th Arctic, in the vicinity of the Compass Oioutid; found the
weather generally c-od throughout the -s-as.ii, but whales
rather scare. Saw the niot whalts in lat. 7o 3 lo 70 3 20 N".,
long. 170 3 to 171 3 W. Saw the f.r.-l whulc M iy 2". 1 it. 0 3
03 X., l-.ng. 17it 3 25 W.-, last whale, l it. 69 - 3oN'.,l ng. 171 3
4X., lbt.1. T.s.k one ?is rra whale in l it.323 25 S., long.
lilo3 2o F... Jan. 7. l-vfl the whaling ground )ct. 4, piis,. d
Ka.rt Cai; 011 the Btfi; came through the 1.21 r-"J3V, on the
12' 1, and arrive at lnr,..luhi. S :. I. :1! -il.
Am ship SiMc'!, C. mr-odiTe Paty.
Am bark Comet, Smith.
Am bar Phillip 1-t, Cook.
Am ship II iiiison, .
Han. brig Schwii.g-. Kokenml'cr.
Haw trvlini; l-ns li- ro, Meyer.
Haw sch Maril.la. C..K-latid.
Am M.s. brig Mrum- Star, t'ehtt.
S!iij Kein.Ustr. Raynor
Oiiv. r Crocker. C.tchran
'.o.l H.-turu, Fi.-h
Kepuhtik, M-ycr (lirem.)
liustav, Gilies (Ireuchl
Bark Martha 2d. Daily
I Catherine, Hem stea l
j Pacific, ll .wlalld
: Haik Onw.ir.1, Allen
j N.le. Fish
t leolle. Mil. moll
j Alice, l.-be
1 'Mario, F.-spT
Tamerlane, W itisIoW
Brig Vittona. Iaue!sbrg
K'-h'-la, C. 'rs.-ii
A Pp.ive orr of Tow.v. We bnvc roforrcd more
j than once to tlie want of cnrri.-igc roads around
1 Honolulu. Had we pood ro.-t-ls, so that curriiigus
! might po out ten or twelve mile each way, it would
j not only make a rt-sidcuce more agreeable to tliose
; living tiere as well as strangcis, but facilitate the
: tralTio and travel wlii.ili must always Concentrate
' about a large city. Xativts would possess niore carts
J and wagons to bring their produce to market, which
: now is carried on their own backs or on .iniinals.
We should have more carriairc, and tlie Govern-
I n.ent more taxes to collect on them. W.j have 110
! ticed the marked improvements in our roads since
I tlie present active Supcrin'.t'udetir, Capt. Luce, took
j charge of them, and he cei-tv.nly deserves credit for
j what has been done. More substantial work has
been accomplished during the past sis mouths, than
! during the previous three years.
A few days since a party of gentlemen and
! ladies undertook, iu one of Capt. Coffin's carriage,
: to reach C Vco Head. Th feat was accomplished
! with some difficulty, and the carriage driven up to
! the outer telegraph station on the head, some ten or
J twelve miles out of Honolulu, from which a charm
ing view is had. A little outlay of money and la-
' bor, under the present 10a 1 superintendent, would
I easily make this a passable road, in tact the most
j pleasant out of town drive that could I had. The
j vicinity of Coco Head is a fine spot for au after
noon's ramble. Just north of the station, a short
quarter of .1 mile, is tiie country ranch of IV111.
Webster, K.si. Aud we uotiee that lYince Lot has
recently erected a summer houe on the shore of the
small b.;y which lies under the telegrnph station.
j This is a beautiful little cove, arid is said to abound
I with fish. A good road would make this a favorite
I resort, and we commend the subject to the attention
' of the gentlemen named, aud tD the Superintendent
; of roads.
rr" A very pleasant IIkcmon occurred last even
1 ing, at the resiJence of D. C. W -Herman, Esq., given
I by hint and Ir. I'ewitt to the retiring American
Consul, Col. J. A. 1'arker. There were present on
I the occasion. His Majesty's Ministers of Foreign Af
: fairs and Finance, the American, Hanoverian and
other consuls, aud a large company of lidies and
j gentlemen. Col. Parker, during his short stay in
j Honolulu, has won the e.-teetu and rc-pcci not of
Americans otily, but all of our residents ; and
whatever may be his recollections of Honolulu aud
its people, their recollection of him will be ever pleas
ant and enduring. We cordially wih him a eafe
'journey to his home and family in Old Virginia, and
j trust that before he reaches tl.cin he will hear that
' the carnage of civil war has ceturcd, and peace again
! been restored to his home, wbich fur the past few
i months has beta ia the very midst of the roar tf
cannon and the smoke of contending armies. Col.
I Parker expects to leave iu the Sjue.twii!, should the
i L" i-tcrn mail arrive before her departure.
NEW SHOEMAKERS SHOP!
thi-: i'.t)K.usir.'M:i vori.i ki-:.s-
jiectfiilly inform his friends and the public, that he
leis :i'-nri est.-iMi.h.-.l l.iioself ris a ltoot anil Shis-.
t'-5i maker, one door Xorth-W'est of the lrv Hoods Store
on Hotel Srtieet, where he hop-a lo merit a share of public pat
ronage. tiEuKOK CI.AIMv.
P. S. Mrs. C. will sell olTthe goods in the dry -.kmIs store, at
a very great reduction .if prices. (-5-oin ) O. C
13 TV i 1 Ar 13 1
Wedding, Visiting and Business Cards, Seals and other engrav
ing cut to order.
TV Agent in Honolulu, Pr. Smith. Dentist, where p rices and
SiH-ciineii Cards may be seen. 2Sa-fim
DIE. SMITH. DKXTIST, lIAVl.Vti It K
turued lo Honolulu, will le happy to serve his fr'.-nil- at
his otlice. 2si-2l
CARPENTER SHOP !
e-v JOH N P M KK (1 V , C A It P K XT K II A XI)
V'l Ciii.ini t Maker, l-ecs resi-s-iiully to inform the iiihiil.it
rXI uii's of Honolulu and vicinity, that having opened ii
' 1 shop iu the above line, near the corner of Nuiiaiitt ami
Chaplain streets, he is n w prepared to do all such work with
n.'iitiiess and dispatch and at greatly reduced p rices.
Jobbing done, furniture :11a. le an 1 repaired. Collins made to
order, paper haintiugs, etc., at reasonable rates.
All work done l y me warranted.
Persons wishing to dispose of lurniturJ by private sale, will
do well to give me a tail.
-j- The smallest favors thankfully rceeiv.-d. 2-5-:'.m
FAMILY DRUG STORE !
.. 11. S5ITS5 cV Co.,
i CCRITEH -TO IIT fit IIOTEZ, STS.
)t"ST KKCKIVKI) F.X KAIICUA" A M
" COM KI ," a lull assortment of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES!
Mrs. Allen's Hair Hestorer, fish's Ha r llestorer.
Wood's " " lliirn-t'-Oti.-nt I'l T.Kith VVa-h
Cuuiiiiing's T.K.th Wash, "..,-, ,ji,'s t.iue.
Ca-t..r Vl Capsules. H Killing Paper,
Parisian preparation f-r fllove cleaning,
U-nzoni t-r gr-se Sits, Cimiis-i 's G-latine,
Mrs. W in-low's --.Mitliiii" Syrtp,
raits of l..-in..n for ink -ivoi.-s,
Chinese Vermillion, Lily W hite,
TrasL's ?'l.i.'iu-ti- Ihiitnient
Co-tar's Kat Poison, I'.al.y Powder,
litke's ik-ii ponder. Hair 1'ye,
lb.111u.11d Cem- nt,
Marshall' Cterine Cathollcnn,
Together with tin: usual assortun nt of Patent M-dn in-s.
Valiiiible I.enl Estnic
AT AIX'TIOX !
...t - -
I V VIRTI'K tip AX OltDKR FROM
the Supn-me Court, will 1-c soi l at public .m- tiou !
Sitturl:). Von-niber lloili. I SO I. at 12
. n.-n, at the al-s i;.-i:i of J. p. t'oitiiirn, 111 lioiioiuln
the well-known tract ! land known by the name of I K,
j in Ki-olauloa, 'iihu. and containing about boou .11 re- of tint p;i
' ture aii'l kalo land, and well suated jur graying and auricul-
l.in.l is leas,si to g-.l tenants until 1st . f :
dun", lsi'.'i. at a rental i f $ 10O per annum
I s-.-l chance tor investment.
! Term made known at time of sale. F..r f trt!.
. apply to
the whole 1 ti- ring a .
Honolulu, Nov. 6, 1-01.
J. W . A I SUN, or
Gaar.iiiins t-j W. C. Lun.i'.ilo.
Wau News. The Eastern mail is hourly looked
for, and will contain some wild news.
M l UUIKI).
WniMM-i H..VT At In-Iew sI. :izal.-th Town. N. J., on
Wedmiay. the lsth of August, by ti.e Kev. Mr. Ib-tl. 11 I. r,
t hus. Au-ustus M il ianis. Ks.p. ( - t the tirra of Williams i Co ,
nf Honolulu, to Mi-s Ll.zabcth Ib-jt, of the I -rni-r place.
l2 There were thirty-live vessels in port yester
day, twenty-five of which were whalers.
SruvN'.f.K's Frih.nd tfocitrY. The Society will
meet this 1'. M., at the resi len.'c of C. li. DL-hop, Il-ij.
Zif There were nine ships iu pert at Ililo at the
latest advices from thence.
D. C. M'BCER. J. C. MKKR11.L
a 1 tso.i:i:e:s,
AGENTS OF THE
Regular Dhjwtch Line of Honolulu Parlrts.
Tr All freicht arrivinc in tratisHu f -r the Sandwich Islands, ;
will be received and forwarded by the "liegular Dispatch Line' :
FEtK IK COMVIl.-sI..S. i
Particular attention paid to forwarding and transhiprrent ot ;
merrhan.li?e. sale of whaienu n j bills. nd other exchange, in
S'lrmce of merchati.'.i-e and l-ecie under open policies, siipj.y
ii.g whal-ships, chartering ships, - tc.
117 and California street,
kit. t:r. to :
Captain 11. F. S..w. i
ie.-rs. t'. liKI WI K V C '.. .
A. 1". Kvkii! rr, K.q.,
1' j-ly P.. Pitman. Ksy.. .
' L " " . - -"-".- - "
AVI II li-iivt' Honolulu lor
On Till RSDW NEXT, November 11,
A I liiill-.nl 4 I. l. prrrisrlf.
(IX MOM1AY. NOV. IS. FIIK 1I1I.O.
(IX TI'KSIIAY, NOV. '(;. FOIt KOXA.
OX MOXlAY. OF.C. 2. FOIt IIII.O.
OX TI KSDAV. IKC IO. FOR KOXA.
OX MOMIAI", 1F.C. 1. FOR IIII.O.
OX TI'F.SOAV, I)KC. 21, FtHl KOXA.
OX' MLlXDAr, I)fc.C. 3(, FOR KAl'AI.
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1SG1. Agents II. S. N. Co.
New (Joods iiw Uoods
flMI K IMIKRM(-XFI) HAS Jl'ST Kl
JL ceived ex recent nrrivals, and offer for sale,
Suorior Linen T hie Iamask,
Fine French Prin's, Ismail pattern.)
SuMTior l amily N hite Cotton,
A suierio .iortaient of Silk Velvet ItiblKins,
" " Kibbons.
" Ladies' and Misses Hose,
Fine Linen Thread,
And a very extensive assortment of
Gononil roi?Iiixnlis-.o I
Which is now bti.ig offered at greatly reduc-ed rates.
A. S. CLKG1K1KV.
Honolul t. Nor. 6, 'jS5-ara
j. 3. WALKER,
iioNoi.ri.u, ii. i.,
HAS OX IIAXII AM) FOR SALE-
AT LOW SSATIvS I
3-wIM.S. AMKRICAN M KSS IIKKF.
j0 111. I.bls. A merit au -Mess lieef, for family use.
Calitoruiii Flour choice brands,
Neiv lledfor.l 'IVcirline,
Anchors and C;i tins,
Honolulu Pilot ilicad, (warranted)
I lats and Parley.
Fresh Apples, in tins,
Kupe Seed Oil,
Polishing Viirnis i,
Koiia Coffee and
CEST KAUAI FIREWOOD.
TO MASTERS AND OWNERS CF
' -- ;f -. ;
V"n. IIKNHV TICK SCOTT,
ACTINC. SKCRF.TARV .F STATU TO TIIK VN'ITIlll STATES.
7V nil irhom thr fe Prfstnr itnll cozie, Urertinq :
K.XOW YK.TIIATCKORI.'K K.XKT:iir.R
a citien of the I mle I Slates, has til-d in this Hep irtm.-nt
the re.Jllired notice of t ie iliscovery ol" "-Uiltio on llowlalid's
I-liind, in th- Piieifie Oe. nn, th- same lyinir in Morth latitude
50 mm., and in West loiuritude 17o b-g. oj miu.
'i'hiit notice of the occupation of said Island, in the name of
the l'nile.1 States, by A. 'J. llenson. on Im half of himself and his
asS.Kint-s, Win. W. Taylor and said Oeorge K. Netcher, has
also U-.-H hied.
Aud that the Cnited Htates (l-.iano Company of New York, a
cor.ration of citi-ns un b r the laws of tin- Slate of New York ,
a.ssi-inse of tlie as-i-ns of the parties aforesaid, has entered into
sulhcieiit l-onds, under and according to the provisions of the
Act of the Congress ..I the doted States, passed ou tbe
eighteenth tiny of Au.-u-t, in the year eighteen hundred ami
VVherefor-, the I'nite.) Stab s Ouano Coin. any is entitled, in
re-.ect to the gu mo on t ..- said island, to nil the privil-L--" and
adviimac-s int. ruled by bat net to be s.-cur-d to citizens of the
CniP-d stat- s who may I :iv ihseov.-r.-d d- p. sit- ot guano ; pro-vid-.d.
always, that the said l'iiib-,1 States liuano Company
shall nl.i-le 1 y tl.-e con. li: ions and requirements impos.-d by the
Act of Congress aforn o.
In witness whereof. I, IVillimn Henry Trescott, Actine Sotc
trtry of . ii r of the l'nit-ii Slates of America, have
hereunto f.-t my hand and caused the seal of the
, I'.-piirtnien: of state to be ulhx-. at VVii-hiiicP.ii,
" ' '' this seven! I. day of A ti-ii-t, iu th- year of our l.or-1
one thou-iii d eii.-ht hiitidr d and sixty, and of the
Inilepoii.l.-i ce of the Cnited Stab s of America the
WM. HENRY TKKSCi ITT,
All persons not du'y i.utli.in.ed are hereby forbid '.ceupvincr
or r.-movimr iru.iiio from t'.e at.'.vt .r any other Island, Ib.ek ..r
K.-y beloncii.g to the C uipiiny, as puhlii-h-.l in the New YorL
TriLu.nr, M irrh r-rh. Is jy.
(Sign-1; A. Cm. P,KNS.
2s5-'.m Pres.Jent l'nite.1 Stat.-s liunno Company.
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
BIIOWN DKILLS AND SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED SHEETINGS, Asst. Widths
BLANKETS, all gra-Jes and colors,
PKINTS & DELAINES, in gn at variety.
DIIESS AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
ALEXANDRE'S Ghncine KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVIS & JONES' SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, ice.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND :J-PLY GARRETS,
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
Jewell's and Co moil's Oil Clot.js.
F.-r ?'! f-.r Cash, or n firs- c! is, j.rompt paying trade, at a
discount fr mi inarkit rit'-s.
11') and 11J Clay Stn-et.
j '.in Null I'liilli i r
Viiipi S r. bir w-.rtliy c-nteiiioorary of the -ir airaii,
writing for the ir.( .iiiiiiti n of the until e p. pn' it'on. re, nts m
all sors-r enrnesine-s, an. nith-ut a word f c loioeot. that the
Prvsidcnt of th- I oiled -talcs " h is iu-e.-pl.-d .-! a coi.ip iny of
ILiwauan tiatix. toe., tl en- an.l -.st the il v. reinent in the
.r--.'it war." Tin- e-l t r iim-t certainly bar.- known of the
proclamation of n utr.il ty iu.si by order f U s Maj sty the
K;n.-. an.l, we thoii.-ht .'-.n-i l-riii- the ch.im.-i. r aisl rtv.ii. of
his reii b-rs mi.-ht b .ve inf.-riie,i ib.-m what is ni.ant l y a
neuiriihtv." its n.iture an.l oi.-i-ntions. i'oiyM.si.m.
We art? tiiforiin' 1 ly ('apt. Torres of th- .ftlie .Ver
rii7 , tliat Lieut. Ji'ties litis receive.! from Washington,
his CiHiuiiir ion us !i titciiiint in the I'. S. army. The
ilocunutit is si-mid ly tin' li iltit anJ St-crttary
of War. t'iijd. 15. siw the cuniinissinti nii.l vruches
for the directness i f the statenunt. Frvni niudlit-r
source, we U irn tint Caj.t. i:iebCir fclso TeOeiveJ a
com miss ion as t'lttain in tlie U. S. aruiy. It will
take more than Mr. Wyllie's neutrality provlauiatinn,
even il issue.! in ' all sober eariiestTies-.," to biiuler
either of these Rcnt'ieinen accepting the nppi intnienl,
or going to Wasliiugton, if tbey clu'.cse to do to.
l'er bum S,i ?
Zf- Our late towusmau T. S." lias evMeiitly
Ken making pulu (ui) sliipmetils trciu Ililo t.
Honolulu, if we may ju.le of the rainy weather fur
the past few days. Yesterday was a fair sample t.f
Ililo, when umbrellas and boots took a decided rise
and were held nt a premium.
H, HACKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
Tlie Cju-'0 !
I I:iii M'i:ii 15rir
CtlX-ilsTIXU F A XF.W A X l SIM.FN
did assortinei.t ol (iertiiiui, linghsh and French ;iwU,
expressly seh-cte.1 for the
ir-VLX.- sic vsosr.
Drv Koods, elc, etc.
Fancy l'riuts, new styles: white ground do do do.
Fancy and siot Swiss Muslin,
Muslin U...l.cs and Morniuc lbesses.
White Shirtings, diflVrent ipiulities,
ltlack and Itlue Clton Vel 'ets,
hite and lrab Moles' ins,
I'lain Rlack Lustre Oilcans an.l Alpucca-.
V hite Cotton Drills,
Superior black and colored Alpaccas.
Itlue ligured Alpacra,
ltlack and colored Coburgs,
SuM-rior Woolen Tl.ils ts,
Worste.1 1-asting, black, blue and itre.-n.
b-4 bleacbe.t lai.le l':.u.nsl.,
Colonsl Table Iam:iik,
Assortment of rlue Linens,
Sup-rr.o bla and blur Broadcloth,
Sujierior blue twilled Flunnel, Spanish stripes.
!rui'rior white and colored Flannel,
Ginghams, new styles.
White and pink I.c.1 ljuilts,
White Welt and Quilting,
Brown and white Linen Turkish Towels.
A splendid assortment of Silk for dresses., lab-st styies,
A small assortment of Silk .Mantilla!,,
White Cambric Silk Handkerchiefs,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
Itlk and tig'd col'd sill. Cravats, Ties an.l Handkerchief!,
do do do Sewing Silk, do for Fmbroid.-ry .
Assortment of (Hove and Gauntlets, of kid, oilk, buck and I-iaL
Black silk Hat KM. lions, plaiu aud fan. y ailk Ilunnct KibbOM.
Black Silk I'uibielliis,
Suj-cnor bhick Craj-e.
Bine 1'ilot He.fine Jackets,
Black Alpat'cas ami cloth coats and Hacks.
Black and blue cloth l';iits.
Assortment of fine buckskin Ihints,
Assortment of cotton l'auts, wbile Mars ille Vests,
Hickory Shirts, white cotton nnd fancy colored SjIuiK,
White cotton Shirts with linen and mu-lni bosoms.
Isearl.-t nnd blue flannel hirtp.
Silk and line laiiibswool 1'nd rshirts,
I'ink, white, brown, and fancy sti ied I'ndershirts,
Large assortment of cotb.li and silk .Socks and Stocking,
Suei-ior gray and white merino Ncks rnd Stockings,
i-ilk and cotton Flastic Suspenders,
Black silk Hals,
tient's brown nnd white Iyghorn Hat, iipw tye, lrioim.1,
Gent's French f-lt lluls,
IjiiIk' and children's Leghorn Hats, trimmed.
Sujieiorr 1'iulish Paddle", hog-kin all ov. r. compl-tc,
llllitatiou hogsl. in -e.it S id lb , c pi le.
diver plated Lilts nnd 'imipl,
iron in.iie.i oills.
Liquors, Wines, etc,
Fuperiur Holland Gin, in l:nkets,
do do do ci.s.-s,
do I'ort and Sherry W ine, in cases,
Bl.ls ltya-s' Ah-, in ..uarts and pints
C halons, S. M.
pwi-s Ch'-es-. VV "tphidi.-i Hams, Kiivli-h Tie Fruits,
.lams and I'ickb-s. whole I11.u k I'. pp-r, I'l.o olate,
Superior Kiio-iisli Iu-l:ir. in Jh 1-oitl. s,
Stearin candl.s. io l.o.- -J.' It s each,
Liverool yellow and salt wat. r Soup.
Cutlerv, Hardware, etc.
?ujrf-ri-r i n atkI jK-rk t Knhfs aii'l ti-'ir-,
f-rtil'-r- i- i. Khiv--.
C'.Ko .-.I!.. I," tf :iTi Kiiiv.--;.
Ir-.n linr.'-il ?au.'- MiiS.
Crockcrv and Glassware.
Ewers nnd brtsin's
Sugar and B itter Bowl,
Covered vegetable Iii-if.-s. Goblets.
Cut Ciac t fila'fes.
Cut Sh.-rry Gldi es.
Best Russia Cordage,
Best Knghsh b.
l'.u--i.i I'm k,
IioiiMc h s ks and thimh!e
lt. -t Kni'li'li Wh.te I-nd,
Pari- and Chrnnie Green.
led Lins-.! tf Jil iu i."on cues.
I'rintinr I'lipcr. F.a.l-c,ip an 1 I"tt-r Taper,
Gilt -.li;-d I'.- l-ciip I'aper. F.nvelopes.
Sup- rior St. .1 I'ens. .-:,d I'.-iirils. I'ort-monnaleii,
Caif .-kin-. Ivory and Tr.l - Sli'll Coml.s,
Hair Iti-ii-hes. Tooth and -Ni.il Brn-hes.
Genuine l.u' iifs Kxtraet, Hair "il. fancy Toilet Soap,
Linen Thr.-a l, Water's Sf...l Cotton.
Mother-of-pearl Buttons, bone and metal Buttons.
Violin String-, i irich Feathers. Fnglish Having Cards,
Silver plated candle r-tieks with cla-s shade",
Blue, scarl. t and gray W.K.Icn Blankets.
Sueri-.r white Wis.i. n Siimni. r Blankets,
Gilt framed Lnokins Gln-s.-s. Copy li.siks,
Iulo- Mirn.rs with marble plate,
Artificial Flower.. Wieath, ic.
Fine Kcg.ilia Cigars.
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