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oti:s or the i:i:k.
. rTo We are g' 1 1 ! jw-rc-Ive th-it juHic ftt-ti-fiti'iti
i ': .miri,j tw-e .lirecti-.l to the cultivation
( this; KtIr. the l-:n fr which w grc-tly in -x-ct
if tl e -.ii j.ljr. f tlir a 1 ipt iKil.tv tf i.ur s.il
in I ivi.iifte tn it. we n-l nt .th-r efplt-nce than the
f icf. that it f.ur. 1 growing wiU iltuo.-t everywhere.
From the ntie fapcr, AW.w, eltirn that Hon.
Juhn It. hi recent toar of 'Jalni, it Jact-J 275
intive t. eiiy5 to Juit c tton, an I left with
th. ni all J.r ttitt pirpi-e. Ihii wil! give the cultiva
tion .f ott.,ri on tliU i-Un 1 i pij-l st trt, even if n'.l
these n it;vt- J.j not t -i '.Uil their p rum Lie. lr. I-witt,
I". S. Ci,t!ii!-r Payic.an. Ini recx-Ltlj receive 1 seve
ral s irie'ie f ditoa Mt-1 fr jni the States ari'l ihU-uJs
t pl int fieM nr T I'mi ibou I 'o!!ege, withio two
iih! f il ri.!u!'i.- The locarion se!ectcl wi'.l d ,ubt-
Ie- gf'w cotton, hut we think it will prove less j
itpteI to it thm ".re other s!itricts.
At v ik tf .vj, E M , we foanl some very choice
9-iiI-nl rottn gr-jwing on fitpt. Hobron's estate,
a peciuia of which ctn le seen in our offi :e. The
plur.t apr .rs U J well there, producing alunl truly.
JI inf me-l ui tbt be purposes putting in a Urge
(i sutit the coming 'savou. We hope to hear of this
stApIe he:ng p!:mei more jenera'.ly- on these isUn J-t,
lit I h.ve I.uht ta.it a remunerative tuarket will
Us fi'in 1 for all ths- cm le rai-e.L
rKiv.Trnii in Ciina. Well, wecertainlj mut
that the ilisrupf in of the Cnitcl Sfates has soon
a-suruel th'.e cal;4:nit'nis characteristic, for which
civil wars are - celebrate.I. The L. S. Naval store
keeper at Mianghai was a politician naiue.1 Ju.Jge"
"eary we !elieve he earne-1 the title from having
Levu a. rur.giatrare in California It seeins by last
aJvice f.'oiu hatghai, tint this man in connection
with Colonel" Warl, (the celebrafe-l filibuster.)
'apt. Alien (wh- thought the steamer Surprise from
Cihf,riit, ) anJ f tptain Lynch, (for ome years in
com. .! vf thi tjte-imer Antelope an-l lately of the
l'inttft, purer reI the xcliijoner .ffi, e)u:pp'l her
frofu the L'. Nival Store-. anl inten-i tu cruise otf
chit CKi-t as a privateer, l'h- steamer Sainair
Imrrie l tip yefter lay on the intelli-nce being male
ktsown tvit-i we n.'ike Miia'.l b.ubt will capture her.
War l i a ilep-rate character, ami h:is a large um
f iiM.ne- which be ha. in 'le in the imperial service.
He wn'con iecte-l with Walker anl is a sailor by
pr.,fr-io:i. Lynch is a Northerner. We fncy the
Htltir wi:l en-l in grief. The craft is too small ami a
S'lit I.!e ciew can liar-ily le h i-l in time. We bear-1
that tw of the Si'Z'H'i'f' officers resigned uton
liriiinj the .bj;t of her trip, but sutjuently
with lrew their re.-ignatioiis. limkoit I'res. Aug.
Tne aive is Jnlel by Mr. Geo. M. White, who
went io the Surprint, to China, as a fircnau. His
staternei t is publisbel in full in the San Francisco
JJnf'f i.t .-t. 1 1 tl. That paper remarks :
Kr. ru iir Ln.l-'!ir' "( ":i.t. AIL-n. l hi avowml I.'nion
ntiiii.nr Irt. f iraiit l-r I hum, w frankly :iy. we ! in
l-. tr t- wl.l f ir b.rip-t .i 'luty Ij the e-..unlrj ai t
t.h.f p n4 -ii.il tl: (fw'rno-!!.
Fri-s- rAL In the LouIon Timet of Aug. 20, we
fir I th. f.il!wing item, wbicb will be real with
T IW ut.r r thk fttMU l-tuw ?.ir." lim iirv.
a ' mi' !!. rpiiii4 th"- ltih" Uf"l. Linl K..i-rt
. it. M. r . Mr. J. . llii-rJ. l. P., Arrlw-io 'irji.t.
Ar. t.l.r-M :.a'k-ntli. Mr. .. J. P--r-f.iril llif. lr. Manl'jr
II. ..n. llaau.in 'uul- v ral. lh II n. lOid
ln. i.l ..thT K-n:l. p-M. w . ii.tvt U Ihe uri": f
ll.tw.iit. rotir lli l iJxJ i-nre rerivr a mi?ia
lr..iu t.- ' l.ur-h Knjl.tul. I a.ll -y Ii-l.o, wltli a irw
c.f i..:mn if a hurra ir llw ll.ijii.m l-lan.i. Tfw it-nil of
thir t.tu.n -'-n llie a;ii.tnnl. with the rwwiil 4 the
Ari-hi.il.itf f:nitrrU.ry..il v. Th.itmj NrttkriiSt.il-y.
l. A.."f U ! " 'l-i--. I'inl-ri-Ii-, l"riiil the Coifc--fxi.iit-
- i..l. rul-wih. to tSi.h"iriT. lr. ?:aW-y tr.lie
jt.-. in 1 11. wh'-n li wxi SMh r'-.'U-r.rl ftrrwMiUIrinir
I ijl!. 2-. 'ti-U-a. T'..- .f ttw h-h. trie will l at II tm lulu.
a rir rur.t.iiim. t-il"-i it itrt f iMl.itein,a,'Ut IH l'air- j
! .!. ,tn th M rwnl-nt. Th- lr-wh Kiu taihoU-s j
iirli lrTl thn-. mlh a lti!.p oiul i.'Wr--y. an-1 the i
Aiikiii' Ii, l'1ni.ri,aiMHlit Ikk ! .f wrhii. Tlie
Hiu.r ..IT.-.- Iik ..wr N il. if i, l lh.it hi u.t arwl r-i-
t'-nr. j .ire the -t.iMiihnvnil. iA the r.li.-lj-ri Kie'uJ ,
hurt-h. J'.irly rJicvm !-. il to a io- I ,r a j
liirrlt ai.l iui.u:uv. Hie ntli.ic.-if llie Aai-i fc-an ehurrh j
m.-ti to it liV ItwiM.p. who will ! vM the ulluv ' Tot I
V V.v 'a IT.lu. TV- rli.itl n( thrr t:W -fli rr nff th t
I rin ro.. n .ivh-nia a.4 to the Irsaluy tif j
rr.tt.tu ie- Bilp.
trrTt.r.n. Tl " Sun-lay law" ha been JeciJeJ j
by the Supreme Court of California in full bench, to j
be conititutionaL Fonr thouanl dollars was es-1
pen.le l by the lienor le-a!ers in testing the legality j
ut the net. From the lecisioa of the Supreme C. ourt.
there it no apj-.it. ami the provisions of the law rv
li'.ring all p!a3es of basine to be cloe"I on the Sab
Lath, mu-t be conijilieJ with. Com mention on it.
the liu'ilrtin !ajs :
ft i-4 m-t tririT r ojipr-iir law. an.l it rn to le
l-rf.-ft. lr:irtJ-:iJl.. ttr it wilt Ull IK vf .I'le
trari.ly the fvt b.ly .t tr.i.l"T whare n.w at hf-rty
l. t,ut t,k ti.'i -n ."'in lay, with-ut (n-linx th--U a rival i tak
iiiit all tV.r tmle away li.a- they cliwe. No man to
l- a Ue " h biiMiinw tn day ifc a w rk. rhm h: can
maj it biui'i mtv y in i. rre.am1i)i ihc i-
in (h c.ty that ttx law wil! h- bunnil ami liu-rally i-wToi-octI."
t'lLmiMi FawKR. This sterling sheet comes
t u by each tuail 6I!eI with valuable infi'raiation
perta.lt. in g tn firming, horticnlture. grazing. anJ in
short, everything relating to the inlu:rial pursuits.
Calit.rni . particularly the Sottthera part, p-es-e
the climate of these isIamN, more nearly than any
other part of the L'n'uel Stales; ao l the experience
f it graziers an I fruit grower, is Couseijuently of j
ereat Iue to tUs tngge.I in the same pursuits
here. V. e know of no j-.urnal that we can commcul
a. lett - r a l iptl to the wants of our rural friemJ.
Mh:iiimiu NoTts. A pamphlet ptrpare.l an.l j
isuU by Kcv. S. C. Iiai. n. giving an account if his
ol'svrviti.in in Microneia. Juring hr trip thither j
i:i the Mitnini .NV.r, has leeu issiml. an 1 can be i
ln l at the SaiL.rs' Home or at the iMJokstore. It is '
probably the m.st complete ns it is certainly the mo t j
gr.plii.: at; I rece:it ue..Tiption of that group that 1
has yet Uen printe.1. It can le sent by mail to any
part of th. w.rl I, an-I will doubtless le prized by
tl.nMr ! have friends here or are interested in the
improvement of Polynesian races.
A.rii.r:.tr. As Mr. C. F. Newman was riding
down Nuuanu Mreet a few evenings since, his hor-e
ehiel sud K-nty. and threw bint oil. He fell on his
hea l tiid shoul ltr. breaking his collar bone. The
r.!i.:k was so severe as to render bim insensible, (
and U lay in that cmditiin till morning, when he
was f 'Und by some natives, who assited him to a
Jwe'.'iag. Though te:nprarily disabled, ue i recover
ing from the accident, ami will Soon be able to resume
practice as pianist and music teacher.
Ut-E Lt. On Sturliy nest, at 11 o'clock,
A.M. J. H. Cole will sell, on the premises, near first
bridg--. Nuuanu road, six lots of land, suitable for
rice and kalo culture, or fir gardening.
J. y. Co'.burn will also sell, on the same day, at
half -5wt 11 o'clock, A. M.. on the premises. Nuuanu
road, several parcels if desirable land, belonging to
the e-tate of 10." Jeccated. See aJvertisenieut
under auction head.
LrrriR U. it. In the Scientific Amerirtir.t r
Aug SI. L i'.lustratel the plan f..r a tew letter rack
re. tn;ly iuvented. It will probably be introduced
soon into a!! the Unite 1 States Poet-cffice. and its
einiplicity an I utility w sucrt that wherever letter
rn;ks are v. an tel. in pt ofice or counting rooms,
it will sujersede the Id style.
Wr.u wt i St . The scb. Ss-t It'itrh and brig
antine Iju:, which ai!el Tester lay Uit Tahiti, each
took nine seamen of the French whaler Cauljin
fonrt. which was l..-t in the Arctic. The s'lip H-pu
If take the ba!an:e of the crew, eighteen in
miliar, to Tahiti.
Thanlxiinj olire. I
The undersigned C(.:niii":tte- en Lih.i'.f of the ;
Hawaiian Kvaugelical A--c: iti-.n, ricmLjen 1 that ,
Thurs-I iy, the lth day cf November, be olervel. by j
the i"ple if the Hawaiian Islands, n a day f
General Thanksgivit.g to the luntitul iier of a'.l
g-l. f .r the manifold Lles-inj-i litoWed up.n tLeui
during the pa-t year.
Miny res-iis sug' t thefu--'ves for the public
an ! geiitral ob-trv in e of s ich a l.iy.
Kvery loyal subject an I every -roi here resi line,
who rejjicer in the pr'.rj -r'.ty f this kiii lorn, will be
truly thankful that the l.fe an 1 health of the K'.tig and
his hon- hold hae 1 ti preserved. All a ill be th.ttik-f-ll
that no pestilence has desolated the islands: that
peace with itbtr nations anl within our own h-Tiers
ha.s lieen preserve ! : that the nece-siries of life have
been supplie-1 to all : that industry and enterprise
bae bteti da'y rewarlel : that new an 1 proruisir.g
avenues of industry lrtv; been tpened: that arople
protecti.-n to life and property is secured : that we
have courts of law in the integrity of which the peo
ple have confidence : that a free pt e-s and an ffjuit
able r-presen?ati'.n of public opinion in matters per
taining to the publi-; welfare are secured : that reli
gious tolerati n is enjoyed, - that each one can
worship Cod acconlinu t the dictates of his own con
science: that institutions of ltfirniug and religion
abound : that the Word of iod is generally diffused
among the people, and that a la- trer pn.pxrtion of
this people are able to read it than can elsewhere be
found: that intitutions for the collecting an 1 dis
pensing of charity have been prospered, so that the
sick, the pr and the stmnK'-r in di-fres have been
cared for; thee and innumerable kindled bliing
call upn u. publicly an 1 u&itedly, to thank God
for his benefits.
Let all his people then on the day appointed, enter
his courts with thanksgiving and his gates with
Kings of the earth and all people; princes and
all juJges of the earth : IJoth joung men and
maiden; ol 1 men aud children : Ler them praise the
name of the Lord." F.. W. Clark.
Honolulu, Nov. Cth. 1SC1.
torr--l'iid oce of the I'ac. I." niiui-n:ial Ailvertisr.J
A fr v waril, hImuI Mrinni
KooL.iti.ov, October SO, 1SC1.
Sia : As the subject of Mormoni-m amongst the
natives seems to be resuscitated just now, will you let
tne teil you what I have seen of it in my neighbor
hood since it was first introduced here. Uetween
nine and ten jears ago, as well as I remember, some
person, professing to be Mormon teachers, first made
their appearance on this side of Oahu. I used to
meet them frequently traveling from place to place,
on foot generally, sometimes singly, sometimes in
pairs. They were generally stout, active, able-bodied
young men, some Americans, some Knglish. They
came ou several occasions to my house and demanded
quarters of any kind for them. On two occasions
they forced their way into the house, and attempted
to convert tne, and I must observe that the three men
who Jid so, were three of the most perscveringly im
pudent fellows I ever met. Once I put on my hat,
went out and requested of t':em (there were two) to
go out also, as I wanted to loc'; my door. One of
them tol l me not to put myself Ij any inconvenience,
that if I had anything to do 1 had better go and do
it, that he was very well where he was, and would
wait till I returned. I peremptorily declined the
Another, whom I inf.-vmcd very civilly that I had
do accommodations for nim, persistel in bis demands
for a bed and supper, (he had traveled seven miles
that day.) and when 1 told him that as I wa not one
of hLs disciples, and did Hot intend to become one,
and as he knew where there was a house id o:ie of his
converts in the neighb .rhood, I thought he had let-
... . at- - r f - I. t -
ter go there, shook his scrip ana nis siau, i'ic iia i n j
Scrip, ll w as u sumj ui.ii.i o.. . v.
and prayel that the Lord might reward me aco rd
ing to my works. Theu suddenly from itnprecailons
be burst into prophecy, niol sbakinit the shi-.iy bliick
scrip with the briss ljck iu one haul rd tiie st ..T in
the other, exclaimed vehemently, and he will,
tuunif man ! he will ! you see it he dm't !"
Another remonstrated with me veri indignantly j
f.r refusing to give timber to build acmirch, ( x kma
of small thatched ion.) and told me that it was a
tliame to perecu(u them; that it was ui wondir the
natives were so niggardly in refusing suf poit to the
Llders when foreigners, who cmgfit to now better,
set them such an example. See here," he ?ai 1,
..-. .V iti iKtf VT.lck lit l.tlO tit tll l.flJ.IS. '
BIIOWIII) va.M - .... -
I iiave worn out this pair going round preach
ing aud baptizing, and tow they ie!u-e to sub
scribe five dollars to buy me a new piir." As the
Latter Iay Saint bail come uninvited to uiy house
and had himself broached the subject of his shoeing.
I thought I was entitled to offer au opinion. I toid
him that 1 thought it a ltitme that a strapping, able
bodied young fellow like him, should pass li.s time
loafing, and spunging on the liativis, anJ lugging
the price of a pair of boots from ris,ple who wtre go
inz bare-foot themselves, when if he chose to turu
his hand to any u.-etul Work be could cam the price
of a pair in a day or two himself. The Saiut depatt
ed without either praying or prophesying, at least
liuriujr th- f -w jrnM when th-y anil to tnv.-l al-ut tlu
tr.-ct. I inrvtr saw niie of iht-ui ut hi4 hainl to w.k of any kiiiO,
i,.. , I cr. r h ar of ir atiriu.tii'ir ti t-a h th- ir crnif-M
any kind "f liivi.' ruft or manual l.il.r of any .1 . ri ti n.
Th- y far u I c-miI I Ju-U-, an iiitn- ly lazy We. Thry
h.l mi- roiivcris at l.ii--. wh- rv th-ir h-.uii,uan. i in lliiilis
lra --n. .1 l br. and I h iv lr-iurtit'.y known !.. :u t" n.ake
a day j.uni--y. Iroiu thfiw- t X" aials- r Kaunalu, a lil..i.f
of !... it t r eivht iinlTt. 1 have Ireituentiy en the ho had
started fri lie m the nvriiins. ! il'"u tu r -t in a h-.ly
il.u-- :h! so.ie out tin day till the afternoon when tin y in
on into Uaru-rs f.r the ni.-ht. Tin y w. v - r!i.i.- durne. t!i"
h.4irs, when to tulwar eji an.l ears they uf-x-art d to ht-a?e e
ao.1 ucii::r. ha n.jr i.i.ii or hl-linu uuirraiiiinalical o..'V'-fsa
:i.i with the cel. .-ial -.wers. an tin ir inaiiner i. Tin lew
converts whom they nia.l- aliou; tv iv were i.ariit wIki ere
worth nothing; either ui . rally, mtelli 'tuahy or s-uniiirii.
Thre were ue seaui:ii lans who j-iined them f.r fun lor a
w hile. iMtiie ladies m h were liviinr on a n.-..tr.tte liiainten iih".
(lin.hii th"ni.-lvr. wlm are onneil mthe teriiai'iilar. A iim
pivikai. (fillar of salt.) and the leader was a man hm 1 han
known nii-e my r-i-l.-in-e here ii hale l.-ii a Knn tu I'a.hoiii
clHd-teacher. a I'roiesiaiil Miionary sehii-teai'ii'r and I.
Mormon r-aeher. f"riu ln anmn mem and general c'l .rac
ter. 1 do not think he added mueh to tlie iiiiN.rtaiice of any
s-tt. lie ha lell this district. 1 never could s-e that the "r
tii.'mr aiio can.e hen- ..-hiti the il rtrines hid any ottiL-r
i.l j.i t in view than to lead an idle hie t'ieiiieive; at l!ieexaii
of their dncin is, and f.T e I ran e..m. it wa' s"ine hints
shout ibe ihurvhN tithes which checked the troi:n-!. of the new
r..:.t....ii h -re. The o-nlli row o kalo. the te:illi .i.-. l!i Until
rloi keii. all taken hy ri'.-ht divine t.i, m uld lie- a luUt vo much
for the in. -1 f ulliful Haw li'aii In li.-ver.
It may K-that 1 aia narr-w iun..l.-.l an.l pr. ja !i.vd. hut I
h ive al ay rla..d rof.-ni M.Tli.in niwi. r ot:e o;' 111 hea.W.
ever i'li-i- I is ad and inquired ai- thiiijr H-nt lh-in, trieir his
tory or th-:r d. trine. 1 think tli. y tim-t i irher Ii.h or
knave. If a man de nl In-heve in J.-- Sniilh. hi drtann.
hi ir 'Men i.:.ite and his roiiveration wuh the lKity, and yet
j-reach.-s the d' trine, and endeavors to ini-iiU iil.ite wli a
lief ou the uiin Is of men ho are tiu.re i'n ir.iiil ll.;.n he i. f
think that m'nl "o-!e will all. . no mat:, r wh:it motives he"
allee that he is is .l.i.ii,' an li"inst ..irl. If he d- leliee
m all these thine', 1 f'T uin- have ii" j;r jl i inioii A his iiitel-
tie tiiinc more an.l I have d-in;. I onee h.i'-ned In sf a
I 4-iuon Ki ler r."ii and unrol.n up at Ku na f.ilN. A he
d.d iw ki' vriva-y. 1 coi.ld n-.; li ! -ss-n it. Hi inner irar
nieut wa diiTerenl io-ni tiiat of otdinary mortals. It was like
a I .! " t-'i.-noir. " while maieTio ,o n in fr..: .. r-.u !.n z fr.-iu
In cl.l his fi.t-fini:ers. tril!-l. wi.h flowing kirt and ample
;.-ev-. I I. ked on itli :i. Innr.iii. il n -t unminled witha'i'e.
arl eoLtid-ntly eti d that h-r w.i! 1 walk d..n Num.n'i
Vall-y 1:1 hi canonical', and t. f .iL.wed hy all the little In vs.
T my intent- .ii-ii - inllii. I.t. 1 wever. lie .n -. I d t- ch the
h:m if etern ihy with such rvrry d.iy iirtiM- its a comt.ion
l-.,jde w.-ar. Hut lew he ever n iirnv d to tu. k i'Ho his n jti-l.s
the who.'c of the r.-wmi; dr.iN-ry .-f his K;.i--I has always r
maiti'-d a j.uizle and a tnytery lie. 1 hare iK.io 1...U. .1
ia it. a the .r s t"-.k place b f- re toy ey. . to have t-n an
ii .-eiuous .itl c .niji'.ii-aied .M.irBim ndra. I-. jn rf .rni.1 evident
ly hy the laynor on of l.an Is. jpro( f nur-acl s.as ttie l..r
m.ins claim to t ade to do in-.' Ih.nir in that iin". I wih tf y
w-iUl try tl-eir h tint at a few sl,..wers. f..rwc ar- Irea.HulJy dry
and hare jnt now. as dry and as l.ar-- as a ll-'ii'ulu liews-
H- rT l! I were jti te -nr.- tl.:ii th.-y coi.l I n. I'n.e the ra n, I
ninrht I" .-ni.te. to-s-. tne x I t ni.vs. ,! .Inrii -s the n: .nth
if rejsem's-r. -t lr. and N.v.rd-r. I tuMild irte.t. how
ever. ai..t the W.Ves. the Kd aid l-t l-IieVlli ill
el cetera." whuti 1 s-e i an art.cie 4 their crecil.
Your. K. M.
p . ri. "Ixx'.r.g en if han.1V mean -Ltliii; evrrythii:);
w.tr.tn t!e-.r reach .
p. p . (M..reUs: w..rd) 1 . e that th-y p-..f. s heiil-
inc." I that the re i. n they u e - the consecrate,! essence el"
oU v-f gammon -i extriiMvt ly ?
lAitc Foreign Sinniii.iry.
The L. S. rational loan, wherever cpene-1, is tagorly
subscribed f .r ly the people.
The N. V. .W'fi aril Uiy Hvk have siispendcl
tin y diel if trvasC-n.
The fare between Albany ati 1 New York by steam
ers, is reduced to fifty cent.
The London t!lAe announces that the army in
I'ahida is about to be reinforced by mm
during the ni'.nth.
The I'o-t master lieneral has i-u-l order that no
!.-..-iters or printed matter I- almitted in the
letter pouches destined for the 1'aciSc "'.:ist; they
are for litters, excluding all printed matter.
The State of Arkansas is reputed to have furnished
L'l.tMXi men for the rebel army. Her voting popula
tion is 6'Vk; consequently she has the large jj.u
latii n of one-thir l of her voteis in the lie'. 1.
Tiik JiMfiRK SriTK. The population of New York
State is nearly 4,st,M)i. Hje can. alone, put iu
the field liHi.iiinj able-bodie 1 Uien and leave pieuty at
home to take care of the State.
have offered Mr.
Chase a loan of ?jH.Vl,"'1 if the duvernment
would pay the int.-re-t at 1 r:uikf.rt-on-the-.Main.
Mr. Chase declined the offer, as he was confident
of getting all the money wanted at home.
The Count de Paris an! luc de Chart res have re
ciived commissions as cariains. They are regi-tered
as I,uis I'hilii pe d'Orleans uil Ibdert dUi leans.
They have beeu assigned as Aids to (Jen. Mel.'Mlan.
They n:eive no compensation.
Letters from Richmond speak of much destitution
in the rebel army. The soldiers at Richmond are
reported to be in a miserable plight for want of cloth
ing and shoes.
The Secretary of the Navy lias issued an order con
gratulating Commodore Stringhani ou the victory if
the Squ.idron at Halteras Inlet.
The prisoners nt Fort Hatteras. are to be trans
ferred to the hull frigate lirun-lyirtne, lying ut
Iirooklyn Navy Yard.
Hon. Charles Henry Foster, Union member of
Congress from North Carolina, litis arrived iu Phila
delphia on his way to Washington, to confer with the
Government relative to the affairs of the State.
The Kentucky Legislature, now in session, is
strongly for the Cniou, and Governor Magoffin will
sustain the action of the Legislature.
The King of I'ahomcy lias 3,333 wive?, and the
natives llieve that if the number is not kept up ex
actly to this figure, some learful calamity will take
II ittcras Inlet, the scene of the late brilliant
achievement, is about 12 niile south of Cape Hatte
ras and about twenty -four miles north of Ooraci ke
Inltt, being the priucipal entrance to Albemarle and
Next to the American, the German element is by
fir the largest in the American service. They uum
ber over H.i.'MHi, and include someof the best generals.
Isaac V. Fowler, the late deluded aud misguided
Iot master of the city of New Yolk, whose sudden
departure from that city created so much talk, is
now the humble, attentive and ellicieut adniini.-tiador
of IJirron, Forbes oc Co.'s cottoii mill at Tepic, at a
salary of i'ljMi per annum. What a fall was there !
Impkovkmknt ix hik FtnuRAi. Army. We have
been permitted to read a private letter from General
J. W. Denver, dated at Washington, August 27th. in
which he thus nlers to military matters in that
quarter : Troops are now piouring iu here daily by
thousands, and the greatest attention is paid to mak
ing them the very best of soldiers. The greatest im
provement is apparent in the discipline of the army
since 1 first arrived here. The General iu command
(Mcl'Iillan) seem to be unwearying in his exertions,
and has evideutly infused a Uew . oirit into the army.
.V. pupt r.
A late letter from Norfolk states th-t certain things
cannot be bought for love nor money, among these
are boots and shoes, especially for soldiers an 1 women
the price of a commou shoe of either sor:, when
ever there was a pair on sale, being S-ll to SI 5.
Coffee was nearly as scarce, and domestic cotton
cloth was nearly out of the market, nnt bore extra
ordinary prices. The closing of II .tteras Inlet,
through which what few supplies they had were ob
tained, will materially increase ihe 'axury of thwe
and other articles equally scarce.
L.tiuiK Otik. According to .he census of lS'iO,
there were nine cities in the United States having a
population ot lvX,(X)0 or upwards, as follows :
Top. in IsOO. I'op. in ls.
New Yirk" f.i:...MT M::.r..H
I'll. lad- !;.hia 4iis.T'. .Via.oos
lialtitnore Kv..n.-4 -JU.il:.
llrooklvi loii.T.'iT -J0'i.4
New Orleans 1 1'J. li'-v-IT J
Cincinnati lla.4 'ri 1.044
St. Loui T.V 151.7SO
Chicago -JS.JOs lO.'Oa
The Nrw I'ostaoe Stamps. The Postmaster cf
Boston gives notice, that on and after the 27th Sept.
jsjstaee stamps of the old p.attern will cene to be re
ceived in payment for postage. Old stamps are ex
changed for new on application at the ollice. We
have before us specimens of the new stamps. They
are all more elaborately engraved than the old
pattern, and much more handsome ; though we
think an improvement mijjht be made in the color of
the three cent ones, which at present, strikes us as
being eutirely too pale.
The Moumoxs. Mormondom is about to make an
other accession to its population from F.urope, a
company of o'.'t) couvel ts being ou the eve of departure
from Liverjiool, under Uie guidance of F.lder Joseph
Gibbs. The proportion of the sexes is said to be
nln.ut equal, a circumstance which may give rie to
enuie trouble when the new company reaches the holy
city. A gentleman who recently came from Utah
say there is much lamentation there among the
Saints over the ' comparative" scarcity of females,
that jealousies and bickerings are very rrevalent,
and that some of the more prominent men had adopt
ed the Musseluian plan of a close harem. F.righam,
however, with his 30 wives, ' was all sercn?,' nd
Imldly defied the world, the flesh, and the Devil, to
dispossess him of the affections of a single one of them.
Exactly so. A recent item of eastern news men
tion the rumor that the Confederate army in Vir
ginia is in a bad way, and since the llatteru Inlet j
affair, large nutntiers or troops have been caned nome
to protect their different States from invasion by the
sea." This is the effect of the first demonstration
made by our navy again! the rtU-1 coast. What
may we expect when the Government Ix-giiis to avail
itself of the immense power which the control of the
wa gives it ? M't timid souls remember that hitherto
this important element of success enjoyed by the Gov
ernment has scarcely been drawn utn.n in the least.
Au army outflanked is lost; ami by cufimi iidinfr the
entire sca-coast of the disloyal States we outflank
them constautiy and completely.
The Jesuits throughout the world now number
7,1 1 1. nearly of whom are priests, 2,1-Vj sihol-
ast'.c", and 2,'4G coadjutors. 1 hey have increased
2,"'.2 in fourteen years. More 'ban 1H0 c.f these
Jesuit are on foreign missions, under the authority
of the Propaganda. The Jusuits have I ecu expelled
from Piedmont, Lombaidy, Modena. the Umbrian
M ir.-hes, Komagna, and the two Sicilies; in the latter
place they have had seven colleges, ten boarding
school, and three seminaries. Those driven from
the Pontifical provinces now occupied by Piedmont,
number 1M: but they are located in the minor cities
and towns of Italy. Thirty-six Jesuit priests, recent
ly banished from New Granada, by Mosque ra. left
Panama for the State of Guatemala on the P. II. U.
Company's steamer Guatemala oa the ICth September.
great emergency, to bear ur-'D his shoulders the im
mense respi r.:bilitie of the republic, in this most
tryius tenod of its history. She is aflab'.e and at
tractive, and Converges with ease and fluency. When
t ilkinj of the state of the country, and the cares and
anxii t.es that must rest upon our chief magistrate, I
remarked that 1 had made the President a sulject of
daily prayer ever since I had read his touching and
impressive steecli which had enlisted the sympathies
I ot food u.en throughout the country, made fr-m the
j platform of the railroad c ir when he left Springfield.
s-he ret Led. that that speech came from the nearr. t
left Mrs. Lincoln with the cot.v ction that this wor
thy daughter of Kentucky, of whom her native State
need not be ashimi-1. would do her part towa-d up
holding the hands of tne heroic man. who has been
called, without hi can seekit g. ry the voice of a
great people-, to occupy the first place in their gift,
and to hold the re"r.srd government at a period in the
nation's career unequalled in the intensity of interest.
Rkkil Affairs as Rhhrtf.: uy Soithf.rs Mix
ami Papkr. According to the latest intelligence the
reN-1 forces are distributed as follows :
The forces before Washington :
Oi.-n. r.e:ii;r.-:.r.i's column 70.VSA)
ti-.-n. Johnson's Columns Is tween Cha n lln.lfe and
Geu. M i jr.i.ler's is-iuf.ireein.-iit, inte nied to cross
-s llj. J.40S..
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
t:ik i ink ?mr
Wiit In; ihsj a'chl f.T the atx.ve .rt, Ithia ten day.
Vi:.ii 'rv ;!.t a..l issei:;--era a: fair rates.
A j.j :y M
H. C- WATKRMAS 4- Co.
II .n.'lula, K-t. Js. 'J-4-J-.
R ECU LA R HI LO PACK ET.
the roisiuac at Aijuia Cr-eii
W" i 1 1 leave Honolulu tor Hilo.
lin.rbARbV F.VKKY 1V11EK!
CAFIX rAssAOE t j or f.-oui Hilo "
Jso-Cia A. K. CLARK."
HY JOHN I". COMM KN.
Closinjr Out S;ilck.
mm AY. Nov. S. at IO o'clock, A.
At the s;,r-. of 1. M..-h.-i. on N i:ua.:m treot, n i i c . 1.1. to
ci.e t-.e eoiiv iii,
r.171i iu i i-o SitMk !
Consistiui in lrt of
llrv ooN, C loIhiiiCs
Hoot and slitt-. nml cnt-ral j
HY J. II. OI,K.
Sah' of (.cnrral MercliandUo !
Of a Ket;iil Store.
vi:i.ls, ii:-o sV vo.'s
GxruKSK, RICE AND KALO LAND.
th" various lotteries on the l'ut mac
and K;ii i-.ih.uiiiia.-k rivers
At Yorkt.-ii. .N. rf Ik a. id I'ort-rti. ut.'i. . .
lleserves ut Kre.lern-kshi!r
.-'..oioo .ii . .
liar ke vi lie and "ther j.Lwes .............
. .'J OoO
. .5.oo :
In Wi st.-rn Vintiniu. under (lenerals Lee. Vise and Hoyd Jo.oOO
N.-iir U iiii-hesterniid strist-ur.: IO.OoO :
In K.-ntU' kv. Mi'soiiri. and the West 41.'0 ,
In cc;i-t fortifications 10.000 j
Total is Im-Is in tlie field JV7.JT0 !
Riising this furce and putting it and keepiDg it in !
the field, hns iieirly exhausteiJ the Sjuth. The rebel j
t'ongress has authorized the etilisting of htlf a mil- j
lion of men in all. The t'liarleston .Mercury says
they never can be raised. S0i,O0 men are, there- j
fore probably the extent of the military resources of.
the South in rebellion, when pushed to the utmost j
limit of impressment and endu:-ance. j
Jeff Ivi's Cabixkt Tiro changw have been!
made in JelT I:ivis bojrus Confederacy Cabinet since !
its formation on the Cth of March list. Robert M. !
T. Hunter of Virginia, has been made Secretary of
St-ite in rlnce of Robert Toombs of Georgi'i; and :
Rraxton Rragg of Louisiana, has succeeded Leroy
!. Walker of Alabama, as Secretary of War. The I
Cabinet, as now formed, is as follows : t
Secretary of Stule Robert M. T. Hunter, of Vir- !
Si cn tary oj the Treasury t-. L. .Memmmgcr, 01
South (. aroliiia.
Semtiiry of Ifur Braxton Bragg of Ionisiana.
Sfcrtttiry of the .Vutt Stephen R. Mallory, of
l'oti'itisier-General John H. Reagorj. of Tpxjvs.
Attorney-General Judah 1. lieujatuin, of Louisiana.
BY THE KKiiULAR PACKETS BKTWKKN 110N0LVLTJ
AM SAN FRANCISCO.
For tlie speedy nd s;lfe conveyance of Merchandise. Coin, let
ters and valunhle i..iroels. to all parts of the
UNITED STATES. CANADA AND EUROPE-
The Aent at Honolulu ells hills of etchanire in solas to suit
on Weils Farito Jt Co.. San Fr.incisco or New York. Also.
Well. F.irn.i 4i Co.'" franke.1 f. S. Oove-nment envelope
which pass tree cer e Ca'.if..rnia and coast rout-s, aud over
the Atlantic route from S.m Francisco to New York.
Commissions and eo.icvtioiis pp.mptly attended t...
266a A, J. l-AUTVK!iHT. A.-ent
oVloik, P. I.
It'K ! MrmWrs tf Honolulu
riL'ine Co. No. 1, ar-- hereby notihed, that the
time for Repular Iri It hereafter, will lie at 4J
Per Ord r :
A. W. CARTER, Secretary.
A. F. Jk. A. M. I.k 1'roohh.s HEL'0-esiH I.oihik,
Sn.lil, under the jurisdiction of tlie Supreme Coun
cil of the Urand Central L-slue of France, working iu
the ancient Scotch Kite, hidds. itsrernhirnieetmBS on the Wed
nesday nearest the full moou of each mnnth, at the old Ixidiie
Room, in Kintf street. Visiting brethren re.-.pectfully invited
AUifustls. JS0-3ml P. C. JONES, Secretary.
lr. IIOSTKTTF.R'S STOM.H'H HITTERS.
I The oH-ration of tliis palatable remcly upon the stomach, and
excretory orpins is singularly sHiuiin ana eousei ...n.c .
nvuhites, reeraiu and purities them. Dyspepsia in all its j
forms yields to its control and uii'ip'ratinc properties, aim ii. i
! r,-.-.Hninended to ui-.lhi rs, enfi-.h!ed by the care and duties ot
maternity, as the saftest and lcst tonic they can possibly use.
Iu all the crises of hiiiale life it wii! be ft und eminently useful,
and elderly iersons will derive mu- Ii more benefit from it than
Irom ordinary stimulations. Sold by all Druygisis and Healers
Vok HOLT & HEUGK
HAVE JUST RECEIVED BY
O II AV I. TV 3- 33 ! "
IIK r'OLbOWIXG VKRV
i hoice Assort-nc ut of (Jooils !
Most carefully selecinl, which tl. -y offer at reasonable prices,
viz : a complete and varied assortment of
Of Best and Latest Styles, ciimprisiiifr
t'olton, half linen, linen Summer Pantaloon".
White and colored, fancy aud black Buckskin, Cloth and
Kla.-k Alparea f'oats.
Single and double breasted superior Bla-k Cloth Coats,
Ass irt.-d c.lored fine Parisian CoaU.
Vhite Jlarvilies. blin k Satin and colori 1 Silk Vests,
HOOTS AX1 SIIOKS,
Of Is-st material and workmanship, Tir. :
i; nts' Calf Boots, Kidint Boots, Latine tiaiters,
E'. istic Tien, t'ulf Broi;a.is and low Shoes,
Indies' Elastic Oaiters, Calf Shoes.
Children's Shoe and liaiters, assorted sizes.
II ATS AM) CAPS.
A fine assortment of Hats of various styles and colors, vii :
Sinw Vnt B ivcr.. ''atn. sailor anil ntb
r writing home, thould j neure the leajtiful Un
ion eriTelops" to l b.ul it the bvuL.'ture. They are
VI the r.ige now. ate! & man wbo doesn't show Lis
culjr-i U auj fs-el to te cn the fence."
ErssTT. An error occurred in the alvertie
tr.ent. signeJ One who al a Crelitor." The
reiragrarih reading. MoTe.1 by Mr. Wyllie, on be
hilf of Mr. Waferhou-e," kc. should hae read,
" Movrl hy Mr. Wyllie. cn behalf cf Mr. Nathan."
Ac. The error aa a mi-print.
IX'" I'r V.'ha!ea.n9 Ship List, with full n-porta,
s.e fourth r ige.
Hasilh. Vt. COth, 1S01.
1 ab Sir : We have tad, and are having, a rrry
Ttinar kable t'lmmer f.r 11 iniiei. tulj the amount
of rain that lias) filler during the lat five mot.thsj
have l?en nieasUrel, I : not think it would have
reached the amount i f f. e itiches for the whole time.
V.j ri-ferrir.fr t a Meteor-;,, zical ta1, kept ly my-se-'.f.
frotu April. 11j. to March. 1S1G, and rutlish
ed in the American Jn. in I if Science anil Art.
in May. 117, I find that the r.in that fell during
that year was in amount a follows :
Inches) ai-1 teott . Inches an I tenths.
. .' j
N -v. -
... I S
. . . 6. C
Among the notes) attached to thi tabie, is a para
graph which rei Is as follows: "The v.euthcr has
been more pltristnt for this pi ice, take the year to
gether, and less rain has fallen, than is usual."
We seem to have fallen on strange times, so far as
dry weather is corcerr.ed. The season has been pecu
liarly fivoratle for firrtiing i-pei-itioiis on the l-w
lands of the valley, an 1 our soi! l eing f f a vpi ingy
natdre. has not jet fctif'ered very tuatcria'Jy by the
drought. Your, tnt'y, T. J.
Katk Hits The death cf Miss Catharinr Htjs is
mentioned iu the lite fori-ien news. MUs Hays was
U.rn in L. ii. i rick, Ireland, about lS'JO. he early
showed piijns of musical talent, and after giving con
certs i.i Iiubl'n she visited Paris, and wis instructed
by (J ircia. She was also taught at Milan by Koneo
tii. ?lie first appeared in opera tit Marseilles in 143,
arid subsequently sing in Milan, Vienna and London.
She cime to the liiited States in ISjI, and sang ex
fetisivily through the country. She also visited Cal
ifornia, the Sandwich Islinds, Australia and India,
j returning to London, where she appealed at Covent
li inlen in l?--a. Mie nurrici m inn country, ner
aent, Mr. Iiushnell. He die-d several years ago.
Tin. II irrntAS Yktuut a Kaek Kxpuut. Persons
ut.versi-l in military art, or who arc not familiar
with the history of combat bv land and sea, are not
' prepared to appreciate the nature of the victory at
j II moras, as a simple military operation. It was a
: victory won bv ships ever forts, which are the r arest
in the annals cf warfare. Naval a-siults, however
formilible. are sel.K.tu successful against fortified
positions on land. Ships fight, unless with each other,
at grut disadvantages. They are tin stly cor.struct
el of wisid, everywhere vulnerable, and may l-e sur.k
ty a single shell. Moving on an agitated element,
the dire.-tion and range of their guns are ctten diffi
CTi'.t of adjustment. n the other hand, iu a fort the
batteries and men are behind almost impenetrable
w ills their magazine) !4re incombustible, and their
fire, from a solid "ground, may be reduced to an almist
Mathematical accuracy. Hccause of these disadvan
tages on the part if ships, naval as-aults upon land
f.rts have always requirel an immense superiority
cf f.rce to liecon-.e sucoiss.al. Captain llil'eck,
(M ij-Cen. Halleck cf California.) iu his excellent
w-rk on .Military .Irt aul ScUnct, has collected
numerous instances of tuch assaults, with an a'most
invariable want cf success on the part of the vessels.
.v. r. jw.
Thk Pi'..--sin. NT's Wife. A correspondent says:
Mrs. Lincoln is a lady of medium siz", and of a
pleasant, animated, cheerful countenance, with de
cided marks of intelligence and culture. She i:n-pre-sed
tne as well calculated to le the companion i f
.ue whom Providence has kept in reserve for thi
Ladies' Kelt and r-iraw Biding Hats.
tients' Cluth Caiis,
Children's Hats aud Caps.
Or different kinds. lams size, of itood material, and well made,
i-ilk and Merino L'udei shirts and Imivrers.
linv coons am si:mkiks.
Bales superior Krench Prints, small paiu rns, latest styles.
Cases il.iin, black and liuuied Parauiaita, Orleans and
ri-res 5ui. black t.ustriene, black and white 5atm,
Black and colored Moire Antique Silk,
Pieces black Tiiiliet. bla-k Velvet,
Pl iiii, colored and faiu-y Cashmeres. Irish Liucu,
l.a.lus' I lack Silk Hose, Merino half Hose.
I'mliroideri.-s and Knibroidery Canvas.
Assorted siik I inlirellas. sun. white Blankets, large size,
Case Saddles and Saddlery, tine Kickel Cutlery,
Milors" Sheath Knives, Saw I'iles,
Cre.it Mojul P'.ayiii" Cards, Manassa Oil,
Superior r.ail ie Cologne.
A few of the well-known MOSS PlCTl'llKS.
Case-new styles of useful and highly ornamental Oerman
and Kr.nch Fancy Articles for Cbristmas and New
Case assorteil l.il!s. Pianin.ies, Cords aud Tassels,
An assortment of Class Bea. s,
Alexander's white and color -d Kid Oloves.
llukd Writm:: Paper. Ink. Keather Dusters,
Matches. Cut-Cass Tumblers,
V it.e and Sherry Classes, e-.c, etc.
Cases Miperior Hock,
A larae and variel assortment cf
' House DsCvxor.
ALSO ON IIANP
Cases Superior S lIIi:iAM .I,thc only
Ceniiiii Article in the Market.
Cases UOritlJOX WHISKY.
ALS, SOON" TO FOLLOW,
VIA SAN FRANCISCO,
Dales large size scarlet, blue and
white Woolen Blankets.
Cases sup. black and blue Broad
Merino Undershirts, Ladies' and
Gents' Hosiery, etc., etc.
XJ Corner Frt and Merchant Streets.
1 T 1 1 It t--. I'.-(i I A It 'I K R BMIOI),
i iinp"rted Bull, f.r sale. Kt further particu-
ii . I
ON SIX KRAXCISCII.
ox .t:v VORK.
In sums to suit purchaser, by ....., .
.'si-lm LI). llOr'fSCHLAKliKll & STAPEMlOKsT.
1. 1 it
l 1H1IL.1L.OL.U V J
OLD rUKNCH'S PRKMlsLS,
Offer for Side the weil-known article of
Cure.1 iu tiennan refined s ilt, and packed in Turk's Islaud salt,
by Duncan McUrvde. on Kauai, at the lowest price.
lT (jr.VLlTY WAKRAXTED! JV.
OX SATl'KDAV. XllVKMIIKK !lh. IStJI.
At 11 1 --' O't'lotk.
by onler of the Ccurt, will I sold, on tlie premis.-. the following
Ileal Kstate. and ersiHial cff.vts of " PO." deceased :
X. 1. Our Lot of land, roiituiiiini; l"J-IOO
Acre, with wooden house tlienvn. sitnateil, iu AVai
kahalu u, wauka o: l'r. H:liiUa;id's Kesidnice.
No. '2 llur I.OI f Idtuil.rsnlaidinK 3-1
r-.V.h.uus. situatei ia KHlawatu-.ie, wuli a liMiitaire ou
uu:tnu and Bishop street s, an.l c.ui.st4i.jr of Kalo
and Kula Land.
No. 3. Onr I.ol of Liu.h riiiniuinu S. 1 (H)
Acre, situated in U .iiahaiulu. in real -f the resi
dence of K. O. Il.t'.l. consistini: of 10 Vito patches,
and Kula Land.
X"o. 4. One Camphor Wooil Trunk.
One Lot of Clothim;.
Plans may lie se;-u at the tj.les KiKim of the Auctioneer.
Terms at sale. J. E. I'll KPMAN,
J. E. COLBl'UX, Au.'tioius r. Administrator.
DRY OLD RIO CIIFKEE. IX liOXO,
Tobacco in cases, in Bond, by
ED. HOr TSCHLAEGEIt & STAPEMlOKsT.
FOR SAI,i: !
LAF SliAUOETsCHLAElJEU & STAPEMI011ST.
FOR SA!,F !
PL.IT PEAS IX IIARKEI'.
Oat Meal in demijohns. ny
Mill ' ED. HOEE?CHLAEiER & ST APEXHORST.
...s 'I1LMIUIII'V1I UllVP
"Ti iust receiveu me hub
' ciCHWIINSCE !"
Six full blood Ni-ijrrtii .Meriuo natns.
Four full Wood Negretti Merino Ewes.
The animals are of the Inchest Oern.ati breed, selected with
the preatest care, and the most cwtly ever imirted in this
country, with a v'iew to improve the breed on these island..
Part or theui have beeu cn-aied alrea.iy. and tl -r re only a
few left to dispose of. Parties wishing to secure them, will
please apply FrjC1IU,MliR & TA1 ENHOUST.
Honolulu, Nov. ?. lMil ;T4-oin
Melohers & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THK FOLLOWING
Gould, just received per Hanoverian brig
Brig SCJ LWINGE,
FROM II A M B U R G :
Balc3 Fancv Prints,
" Pink and Yellow Prints,
" Bed and Black Priuts,
KlU'llell ito.," ' " ' "
X ictoria Lawn,
Liitht and dark T.lof Flannd.
Blue Elanuul shiru.
India Su Us "r Dimities,
XVIiite and coloretl Moleskin,
Black Cotton Velvet,
Blue do. do..
Brown and black Linen Thread.
Cotton Thread, while, blue and black.
Bales Blankets, assorted colors, large siw,
BUck Silk Velvet,
Silk and Satin do.,
X elvet Bracelets.
Blue and black Broadcloths,
Black Silk I'mbrellas.
CLOTHING. SHOES AXI HOSIERY.
Blue and black Cloth Pants,
Patent Leather Shoes.
Brown Cotton Socks,
Blue mixed do..
Striped and colored do..
Ladies' white Stockings,
Butcher Knives, assorted,
Sharp's N ee,Ucs,
Table Knives and Forks,
Holland Gin, i:i cases of 12 bottles each,
14 to of 15 "
Bass ii Co.'s Pale Ale, in quarts,
11. Marzettt : Sons' do., do.,
II. Dcetjen's do., do.,
Barclay & Perkins' Porter, d ).
Genuine Eau de Cl(me,
Kaw Linse-d Oil,
Deck Lights, assorted.
Au nssortmrnl of Ensl'b Crown Iron.
IRECT FROM NEW
VolCb of the celebratc.1
YORK, AX IX-
Davies &. Jones Shirts !
The genuine article No humbug.
McCOLGAN & CAMPBELL, Tailors,
GUYAQUIL HATS !
a GENERAL ASSORT ME XT OF THESE
Ijeautiiul Hat?, adapted for ifentlenien's wear. Just
received, and now oriened. and fi.T sale by
Hot-! S:re-t. opposite the Canton Hotel.
Mat Ba-! Mat Baars !
f-OR sLE AllOCT lOOO KACAI MADE
cs-l sui.sianti.il Mat BaJ, for Su-ar or Salt, nt
;v;.,: v..s HOLT & II LI CK'S.
Old Copper and
f JI'RC'H ASEI AT THE HIGHEST MAR-
TLurstlay. Xov. 7, at IO o'clock, .4. M.
At S i'c-s lvm, will N- n assxrtairiit of
Consisting in part of
Hoot .1- Shoe.
And Sundries, too numerous to mention.
AND (JAHDKN LAND AT AITTION
KKT PRICE, ly
H. HACKKEI.D & CO.
Waial'ta. ia!fi. Oct .b. r Ct. 1''.. 24-lrn
. N. EMERSON.
Ii:bi of tlie I.
fll ST RECEIVED FROM W'ASIIIXGTOX
1 9 a few ct pies '. I tt e fine
Chart of the Sandwich Islands,
I r ')"ir- l bv r !-r of t!;.- I". S. fi iverntnent, I i accompany the
r. f rt i f Was.s' Epl. .rihit I tp-liti n. These CharM are
c. iisid-r. i the ne-t correct si:r ejs ever m.ele ..f cur irroup.
and a f.-w copi -s h ive l'ii epr.:s.s'y printed on heavy map
paper, f r '. in II .n--lulu. Ev-rv re, sdent. and also the eu
pa. d in t!iv Cvsutius Trade, shc-til 1 i-s. s a copy.
For sale hv
2vj.3m II- M AVIHTNEY.
THE BRITISH CLIPPER BARK
"Thomas Daniel !"
.4 1 -IT LLOYD'S FOR 14 YEARS.
V-VS TO LEAVE LIVERPOOL IX JIXE,
T witli a ran-iully selected car.ni a-lapted lor tins market,
includir. t!.e usual ass.jrt0ie"ts of new prints', and other
Iry i.i. Kds.
! Cotton So,l,
&c, &.C., &c, etc.
S.unpl-'s t Pr.nts and fry ti.M, snoniy
' 1 m
.1 AM'.'N, ore en a. c.
On ICiioi-sdaiy. To'. 12,
A I IO oclM-L, A. M., nl Snlca Room,
Will be sold, an assortment of
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
1' urn it ti i p.
Tot ol Sup. lion C.ila!aslic-i,
liOt ol Mup. l4.ta,
Iot ot Mat ol lare Size and
In PACKAGES of 200 lbs. EACH,
I'ACKEI) V 13. KUI'IjL.
nHIS FAVOKITF. BBAXD, FI RXISHKO
J now ulrendy for live years in succession, always
giving perfect satisfaction, is again offered to Masters
and Agents of Ships, by the undersigned, at a mod
erate pi ice.
This beef is taken from the best herd of Cattle on
the Tslands, most carefully pickled in Liverpool Salt
and packed in Turk's Island Salt, all in sound pact
ages of 200 lbs. eaoh.
We respectfully invite the examination of this eu
norior Beef bv all who want a reliable article, confi
dent that they will 1)0 benefited by giving it a
von HOLT if 1IEVCK,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
On Saturday, Xov, U, nt II o'clock A. M .
On the rvmise. near IYh-ula, Honolulu, will b oiJ,
o io'r?-' of
Garden Lands !
l'lans of which may t seen at th Koom.
2 J- Teruis at sale.
On Wednesday. Xov. 1 J, nt IO o'cl'li, A.M.
At Sales K.KKU, will be sold au sortiuent of
On era. Merchandise.
Consisting in part of
Dry flood, .rocrie.
;iass Ware, Furniture,
And a variety of other rticles, too numerous to mention.
fo-l'artnf ihi Notice !
riUIE rXIF.RSH;XEI IIAVK FORM KO A
.. .. . .. t u ii 1 1 ' . .i... raM.-ri.m of the Unrrl
.......:.. u,..l I1. imml.siiin llusiness. a heivtofor condurted
under the name aud style of C. Urcwrr j'y AN ,,KrK
275-3m CHAtii H. LI NT.
OXK SF.VKX OCTAVK CIIICK-
KKINU 1'IANO, liose Wl Case. For sale
livUm II. AV. SKA KRANCK.
THE THIRD NUMBER
WILL UK 1SSI KO OX SATl ROAV.XO
VKMBtR lti. I'uriiiK llcceuiber, the I'aper will lie
issue! as follows : ,
On Monday - 2-
On Monday, la-
Owin" to the larte supllv of paper requiml in its putdiratinn,
the weekly issue of the KtoKOA " will be delayed till January
1. after which date, arranpernents have beeu completed to issue
it regularly Evkrv f-AirKiAY.
Each edition will consist of 3,000 copies; nnd as more than
2300 names have already been enrolled as suhscrilers, there
is every probability of the edition beitis increased. No medium
for advertising has ever offered greater inducements to mer
chants and traders. A limited space only will be allotted to
Subscriptions to the "KuotoA," 2 OO a year.
Address . M. WIHTXKY.
Harper s Weekly Club Notice !
SCBSCRIKERS WHO IIAVK HERETO
FORE taken IInrer' AVeeklf or Monthly, or
the Scientific Amerirnn, by mail, at the Club I'r-cea,
and who wish to oontinua the same for the year ls6i are notified
tiiat their subscriptions must be handed in to the undersigned,
On or before November I,
as the order for 1S62 must be forwarded by the first mail leaving
thereafter. The following are the terms:
IIarper'8 Weekly, by mail, for one year, 2 50
Do. Monthly, do. do. 3 00
Scientific American, do. do. 2 50
No names will be sent unless the full amount is i rkpaid.
;nr Any jiersons not heretofore subscribing, can obtain cither
or all the aoove, oy senuiu me aiu'mi.ia ..niu. ...
Tjr Ml the above papers are so well known as to require no
recommendation. Address HENRY M. AVHITNEY.
Honolulu, (lot. 16, lSfil.
-. -run iiniAi fiani i 2
VISITING NEW ZEALAND!
AKAROA, Nl-W 7.1ALAND.
Lat. Middle Hrwl), ii 3 4S' 51" S., Ion;;. 1Z - uJ' 47" E. J
riIIIS EXCEM.EXT HARBOR IH SITPATED
M. at the S.E. et..l of Hanks' Peninsula. Latitude (Midiltf
rn)43 4V 34" S., long. 172 3 oJ' 47" E. High water F.
ml r- Imnrs IX minutes.
The heads are remarkably bold and high. The F. head Is
rn.u-h the hivliHr. with a reef runninit off a short distance ; off
tl.. X. head is a larire Bat rook, called the lonirlioat. The
l.n.mlth ..f the entrance is about thr--e-iuarl.TS of a mile i the
course in is Ji.AV". at firt, ami then the harbor turns nearly due
N. Great caution must be obx-rved in interine with a .v.
ml as it rushes in ballline and heavy squalls over the land
above the S. head, which rises to a height between 1000 and '2'00
feet. Iiepth of water, 14 fathoms inside the heads. The usual
am-hor.iL-e is on the E. shore, alniut 5 miles up, in the first bay.
.iti. a row ..f house., on the beach, in 0 to fathoms. (Jive a
jr.iod lrth to lireen's Point before entering this bay. as a reef
extends alK.ut one-eigl.tti ol a nine on it. iirewit..
to throughout. If a hot wind is blowing from S.W.," do not
attempt to elder, as it is d-ad out and very puffy off the land.
Running in with a strong :vW. wind (by which the hot wind is
alwavs followed.) keep under low canvas, lower lifts well :aut,
and fore topma-t staysail up. Willie-waws are sometimes t-j I
pyi ir iT f i wh.-n letween the hii:het lauiis, alniut 1 mile
to li miles inside. When you have nil the town open you are
abre'ast of Ureen's Point. The l-est and most convenient berth
is Green's Po.nt on, with the next H.int of a little bay S. of it,
anil the souil.en.mo,t house on the beach, with three dormer
windows on the r'ir, (Bruce's Hotel.) on with the low building
to the w.-stward of it. j mil off shore, in 3 fathoms. Holding
ground stiff, r-tentive'clay, covered with blue mud. If any
ships are in the nad. the only consideration is to give them a
clear berth, to weigh with the wind from the westward. The
Ha. nor Masxr will always board you.
Collector of Customs and Harlor Master.
Custom House, Akaroa. June U7, lr. 243 USKSm
COMMISSION AM) PURCHASING
SAX FR AX CISCO.
ORDERS FOR PIRCIIASE OF MER
chaii lise an.l articles of every description, arc solicited
by the undersigned.
A residt-nce in this city often years, and an experience in the
usinss. of nearly the same length of time, are considered
a iit!i.-i- i t to warrant the confidence of p. r-s.ns iu th country
who oeraion:illy r-quir- to make pureh:u-es here, throuuh the
ageucv of a reliable party; or who may I-- hiking for a i-em.a-ii.-nt
Agent in .- in Franei-.-. To eitle r the .-..Iverti r offer his
s.-ri-i'-os. nssuring all who intrust orders to him. that no effort
shall I- M a red to execute their commition sati-fartortly.
All Orders must be acojmiAiiied with the Curb, or City
ThosHsiirin; inf-wmation concerning the undersigned, are
AV. T. Coi.fmas ii Co., ?an Francisco.
J. II. C ..iiili. A: Co., '
C. Lasoli.t, Iiruggist, "
Vlist. Pkaroiit & Co., '
lit A l K.INKIS, "
J. Anthonv A: (' .. Vnion fiflice, ?aeramento City,
An.l M the l'roprietor of the 1'ac. Cummkkcial AbVKP.Tisr.R,
X. B. Orders for Machinery, Pianofortes. Me.l,-ons. Sewing
M i.-hines. Watches, Jewelry, r., will W utteie'.'-d to by cm
' U. I. FISHER.
CnvUK-l.'S I'i R' Hasim; A..KXT,
;! WASHINGTON pTHKKT, upstairs.
Oi l'osite Maguire's Or- ra llous ?
o,V'.,t .AN FKAXClr"C.
mm Oil.! PEANUT OH!
flHIS OILCAN HE I SKII FOR AXVKIXU
M. of Lamps, burns with a
White anil llritliasU Light. ! etmlf
In quantities to suit, for sale at
MKLClltU.3 1 Co.'s.
riHIE IMIERSICXEII HAS OPENED A
1 1.1 M HKK-V AHD and UE.NLKAL bTOKE, on th.
former Custom House Premises, at Lahaiua.
Goo ls sold at moderate prices.
2S-'-6l A. l,XA.
THE AMERICAN WAR!
Papcn, and magazines.1
1 AMI K.NGLISII NhW.-l'Al'EK.S Oil MAOAZlNfcJt.
can I supplied at any time. These paper. ay'
the subscriber IX UCTTKK COXUITIOX AM CHKAIKK
than they can be procured from any other source, either il
L,aliiornia er iw inn, iiiemiiuiR i--"-- u
receive them punctually on the arrival of each mail from Pan
Francisco, wtien pai.i lorin aovan.c. .it.:,, nt
No person who takes any interest in the political affairs or
the old countries, should be without a regular supply of one or
more monthly i riodieal. The following prices cover ttin
Hawaiian, American and British tages ou the same.
XT Subscription payable always in odium. .CT
Harper's Monthly Magaiine, - - - ou
Atlantic Monthly Magazine, - -
Uodcy's Lady's " JJ
Leslie's Magazine of Fashion, - - - -
Hunt's Merchants' Magaiine, - - " JJ
Knickerliocker " - am)
Littel's Living Age, (weekly) - - - - " '
lllackw.xsl's Afatraxitie, ( Knglish) - -
The London Cornhill Magaiine, -
The Londou Templar do.
Bliukw.vHl and the 4 British Quarterlies, - - !
Either of the 4 British Quarterlies, - -
London Illustrat.il News, (weekly) - - - $14 00
Evening Maiirtri-weeLlj : E litionofthe
London Times.) -
Punch, (weekly) - V?
The Examiner, - " ii oo
Bell's Life in London, - in 00
London Weekly Times, - " J
Lloyd's AVeekly Newspaper, -
French Courier des Ktals I'nls. ... w
New York Herald, (weekly) ... - $0 00
" World " .... 0
Tribune, " - "inn
Times, - ??
IxNiger, (a Story Family Paper,; - J
" Vanitv Fair, (the American Hunch.) - w
Ix-slie's Illu-traied Newspaper, (weekly) - 6 00
Harper's Weekly, - .
San Francisco Herald, - r
" Bulletin. - ..- Buu
' Alia California, -
Boston Journal, (weekly) ----- 00
Welcome Guest, - 7
Xew Bolford Mercury, J
" Ship List, ----- w
The aH.ve list comprises the best of British and An""''""
periodical literature, and will I supplied h
at the rate annexe.1 to ea. li perio,liCHl. They are all reBu
larly "-ceived by each packet from the Inited State. anJ
can be sT.pplie.1 Z application. The undecsigned wlllaLoorder
by mall Jiy pa rsnot iu the above list for tho who may des.r.
""ueVides the atmve, the following par-rs can alwayi be had at
the counter on the an ival of taih mail:
St. Loui- Republican, N. V. Ledgi;r,
Ix.uisville Journal, Budget ot t un,
Forney's Press, 1I.-.U.1. Journal,
Vanitv Fair. XV? ?'"
X York World. California papers.
New Orleans Helta, Oregon papers.
And many others, too numeious to specify.
Honolulu, llctoher, H. M. W1IITXF.Y.
FOR THE 1EAR 1 H02.
for sale vj
II. M. WHITS ET.
TO IjET t
IX XI UAXIT VAM-EV Those Desirabl.
Premise, at present occupied by Mr. S. de Senuera.
iUL l'ossession given in Octolier. Apply to
o2-lin GKO. C
FROM AXO AFTER THIS WATBjTIlE
undersigned hereby gives notice, that lie will not be re
Snsible for or pay any debts or bills whtewer otr-rt in
his name without his written order. O. V
Honolulu, Ocu 7, ltl. '2Sl-3m
Yilot and Navy Bread !
6. di tAiS. PILOT AXO XAVV
J U Brea.1 ot. hand and for sale by th
uuderigned, at the lowest cah price. MILLER,
"ii-Sm- Cornf r Bichard and Queen streets.
200 Cords Dot Fire Wood !
llFXEIVEl) FROM MAt'l AXI KAUAI,
on the premises of the un.lers.gne.1 an d
.,T. m voj! HOLT I1ELCK.
-Al TV JOURXETMEX ROOT AXO
jfh.s? Makers. To gosl workmen of steady habits,
I 1.TL" e,i wages and steady employment will be given.
6 GEO. CLAKK, Hotel Street.
SEAM EX AXO OTHERS CRtlSIXO ON
tlM- Mexican Coast, should procure a copy of the rpani
Primer, to be had at the Bookstore. Price 2.' rtu 2V2-tm
- SS GILIIERT'S.CAREER, II V "TIM
JM. OTIIV TITI OMH."
The fhadow in the House, a novel, by Saunders.
Flwar.l Everett's Orations and pe-ches, 3 vols.
ParK.n's Life of Andrew Jackson, 3 vols.
Grimm's P..ilar Tals.
Smiles' A lf-Help, or CharacU-r and Conduct.
The Family Iioctor.
Longfellow's Poems, 2 vols., gilt-
Kane's Arctic Expedition. Ii vols.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, 3 rols.
Phvsiology of Marriage.
Edgar A. l'oe's complete Works, 4 Tois.
For sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
MAPS OF THE UNITED SATEST.
4 FEW MAPS OF THE T X ITED STATES
J. on rollers. Price ,H ror ie iy
L.i.11 ii.-" '.u;