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Tucr.sitir, SOFF.MRFR 21, 1-rtl.
Ultra d-par tore of our last mail by the Sjtftire!l,ttie
f-Eowinj asrrcbant iturii L.ve arrive-! : I
Sof. 7 Am clipper lii Sa-ordti-h. 1J d frr rian Fran- !
euo, with mails, en roar for ll-Hiskons.
li An. rb lpe. rimoiau, frJ t'urf S-h"1. ;
en mute Sw hlianuluie.
li-An huk lank, IUM, It djy fr.ra Siu Inn-,
11 Am tt Sl.eet Anrh- r. Paywir.l.I J i fo A;l-n.i,
V. I Willi r-r?o of lum r. j
17 Am Lrixt.l.-phiie..t me, l;.!ayfci Haker". IdanJ.
IT RaUi clipper ship Z-ri'i t, 21 l from :'.
14 UriU-b Uu Thomas ln..rl, 14.1 U from Liven-v-l. j
The Smrr4H.k tnwh1 mrr-ly taUul liT nii, and !"1 j
rJ dy f -r Chins. The hri Si't Atrhnr brine, a
full eargo of Iut r. JO brls. salmon Bt-d SO tot. coal. SV: is I
tJrrrtitcd to nit with di-riUh. TTe 7ir,lii is on of the ,
Basils n-Asnericaa Oaspaay' ship. 1 f;'T '-"lir.j h-r ear,
W 103 brls. of salmon, will mil for Bhaushse.
TV bark Tkomat itmnirt bring a fuil esreo of a.rt.l
Ka-II.a aaevrhaodi and cutis. She has mad a fwl pMr,
ceoaiderinj the kmj pasa:--s rep..rte.I ly the h-in l'rasieiaex
clipper, snroe of tbe Uu- of wbh bare been 1J to ISO date
Bass ine; sot.
The Jotrpkinr brine P be Aret.ts and Uhor-ra of the
AsarrWsn Guane t'oabpany wtwh Ui' l-en r.at.wU on
Wntiu. T?. new arrival dorinr the I"t "k liar been
Ikrrr at Uue port, anal two at Mil. Tbe li U.I ina-mary op to
(Li date stands aa tA'. -mt :
Kt.u p. ii!.r w h. Li Bon.
45 ixmIi at IT'KM.iiia, I.. T4i 4 -i AiO
1 at lhaaH li 3 .-0 4
12 " at Uihs 0 b.'JIO
T wbkb we ay a-LI txr hl. of the flft that bare gonr
lata Saw FrawiaCs aa! are r-)t-l beiw :
4 ! at fan Trmnriacn, .... 30 &i.U)0
Mwwa'a l'bae at II
it trw be r.
I.ITKST DATKN. rrrrifrd al Ibi- HHre.
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M hour:.-. .-a;ia. July 2'J
VKSSKIS IX I'OUT-XOV. 21.
Am Imrli .'"UM t, ConifiKj4'rc I1!?.
Am N&rif Vf.k'-r. 't:i itnn.
I:i;.aii-Aui. ".' l.ii Z-iri'ix l"Ti'et-u.
.tm t.riit t Anchor, SywKnl.
Aui lc.C Joftff -hiite, Moiie.
Ari lljrnvm, .
lUa. I r.r Miinf, --.
llj t-.l. f lief., Mrjer.
lUrk OriwiM. A l-o
iKrnim, I.iiltT. ( 'l.l'pl
Tuji, lyzi 4J Jii aw.Tuo
TV average of Ue Northers wbalinf Seet thus far, (incloil-
laf Lae bar arrirala al ?n Vranriom, bikI exclmtinr tl.e rm
wbaJer bad Ira-lrra; lanlj Vti bl!a. of oil ail VSJT llm. bote
U each Up, Miinat M U-la- of ' " fcf bibe. aa
tW arm re of 1M4.
A com pari of Ihr Arctic anj (XUoOk fleet, girt the
wwiAg reauttji :
Bbla Wh. Ihm Bone.
Arctic 1 twit, ji.V i4 wej
.....ss.l J i, . no
SW.p Rriixlet r. Hjiynnr
iiimi Kurn. v'liili
Krt.uMil.. !J't ( lrewi.)
iuar-, "i ll. Vrmr)
liil eriiia 'il, l'.uui o
C. V. Mtjrrnn, IJanillton
C-.rk Martha 2.1, thiily
Cathririe, llri!iit a.1
fUtirt, la,linan. Miki'g)
Iaac IIi.wIsimI, Long
Kr-i'juiuin Kitlu rih
locinv.iit h. lira ti y
V.'iz tt-t 1. (.-onrlt in!
I!ri? ktona, UaiwNlKrg
K hoj, t"i-n
t ' II. ft, ill.rlm
W1ial, 2 i Merchant well, 10 ; Colters. 5.
Arrtie arrrmgr.. 83a lU.tli
TTT arc arvvral wbaten to arrire yt, allot wttK-hLailabore
the arcrafe Bawol. The drf.arture lurinr ibe week bare tjeo
frequrat, a ot of tli afiip firnl napplirsuf all kind ahamiaat.
W notice a food deal of rt-pairius goinr on, the Ulcr arrital
tarkag reeeired aaurv danacrd fra ice.
Tbw bark Crmef aaila oa Satarday, taking one of the heavi-t
argoea rear abtpied froca tbi irt, mut of which U blind pro
doe. So crow Jed b abe, that at krast 300 Lbla. in bulk will
bare to go mi deck.
Tba hip Arctic, s clipper Innnerty nragml in the whaling
aerrioe, baa been pacbaeeil by C. Ercwer i-f iiuaton, an.) ill be
aaaptuyed a a packet an the Boalno and llooolulu route. She la
How abip and a good aailer. She i to Irare Iluatoa. Nor.
It tor lloanlula direct, aaJ oo hrr arriral, about MarcblS, will
be bud as the berth lur a cargo of oil lor New bnlSonL SUIp-
amn mt tiog with aoccrs io their winter croiae and w tailing
to abip ail. caa rely oo finding brr here la the rpring.
The clipper bip ljta and straaaahlp Rrpublie wty both
be loaked far dariag the next tern day, and each will .robally
bring a aaaU far thl port.
la local trade, we notice bo pedal animation, tlmah a boot
the aaaal amount of Jnbbtaf ami retail bntine U being dime
that faacident to the fill veasun.
Srsaa Stock of liner grade Hmitnt. Fil ol 1S.00O to
3D. MO lbs, mostly mat sugar at v-, go fur w aid by the t'oatf i .
Prtc f hIpoeut per Comrt win loot up about 300 hair.
"auotA la deasaad.
fsorouo Americaa Beef, $11 a $14; Tork, 19 50 &
50. Uw. Bf, til $li
BaaaB Aaiertcaa tflnt, 4 O Sc. Hawaiian, 8c Our ilucue.
tic bread is rapidly bringing itself into faror, and will aooa en-
tinrly suprrceile the best iai ported srta lc.
BiraaMawWhskmen's drafls, 10 8 per cent, discount
taa Fraoeisco drafts, par.
-8J.V FKJXCISCO MARKET.
Owradr ices frma thatiort are to (let. 30. Frota Messrs. C. TV,
Brook AT CVs circular, we quote the Mlowing i
Owr market baa esperW-nced lew important ehango, mlii.g
frier awtog genrrany well uUiard. In Hawaiian produce we
taoute, a fallow, sis t
ceaa. Best So. 1, lie 0 lite; meditnn X. 2. grides 10c
0 lutes ordinary, in maU, Uic
Mit.aJSes. Hoick h-ary, with limited dniaml, caused by
the mrat derwewrtiMi in tulcm yrips ; qivitable at 24)c (8 2Jc,
aBcaeuaa; to qoamr.
rTLC. ml 2 baVs ra " VnUer." at 1 3c St 13c
Crra. Mo llawsiiasi here, hut sale 1,700 tb Kooa at 17c
BaLr Vwket wcQ euppUed ; coarse packing, $17, fine
aaii r a is per too.
a cjt-i-- ... mm , - m
Oil. Foiar dull at 40e coast, 30e -, walrus, (clear) 60c T
exr5ar Ow Beatea at akg. 4 per ct. presa. Time bias
imcail or aaie. w balerni urana at 10 as Ju day aignt par to
4 rer ct diacownt.
la general aw rrhanrllM bojlne coBlfarar aetire, many rta
atas esbibulug great baoyaacy. W Bote sales at the failowing
Casotrs. Adarpanttoe. Koanp's extra. 24c if ax.
Coal- Aatbracttr, $ 0 ; CamberiaDd, la casks, $32 ; 5yd-
awy. giii ec io.
vera, -tieary aumhrr. 40c O 70c t market bare.
tST OouO dtaailard sbeetings, lie ; (tail's, 101 SD )le per
ywrw weiati. jzr. - : . . -,,;. ;
no laol- Ocllinr freety at f40 A $60, according to quality.
Karat, amass Tar. Id i wuch. $S t roaia, $a 60 bM.
Catisjrr. Market has decburd tUMler beary rrceit to $3 per
. - TT BiLCa .AT Maw raacw)ro.
The faOowlog wbaiors bad arrived np to Oct. u:
apt- 14 Sen Unsia, Bed Beat, Baas Arctic, 100 Wis oil, 1100 Bs
bone, UySOO ibe isury.
Oct. JJ fch Oewrlut Terry. Cruwrlt. from Arctic, 32 fkgs
Mobl-T, 30O0 tba bone, 4400 Bte leery.
SB Snip Urery Koerteod, Kelly, Iruea ArctU, 1000 brls
p-r oil. 16,000 Jbt booe. .
23 Bark Canb, Hay. In-as Arctic. 500 brt polar oil, 300
blie wairua, SOU ft hueie, SOoO ft imry.
34 Chip J'n lluwtand, M bedea, froaa Arctic, CM far!
putar oil, lfl.OOg fb hone.
ST-tthip Florbla. W liliaaM. r.-uot Ochctsk. 2.1i all told
liu aria aod tuM Ka bone Ibis seaaow.
' " JJ Shrp IMrtBxiuta, Uaoghtea, from booth Padftc, 606
. 30 bip JuHofsWineewr. fmn Arctic, 1J00 brls polar oil,
WU0 brto sad 1AMM lbs bune Uiia aeasoo.
VCir BEDFORD Oil. XJRXETOct. 7.
Br-aaw Oil TV market, although with " inquiry. Is
ajasn. Too iraaamiiiios 6w the week indade sales of 3Ha 'bis,
I parcels, at $1 tl 70 do, at $1 23. sod 120 do, at $1 24. all 6ir
maahmilat For waport, taw sales hare bees 2Ba bUs, at a
win aa Inuiapired.
Waaa veberTha ovlr Mace oar last embrace B00 bnto, al
414 ic ; M do urime, at a price not traaxpirt J ; alsa 100 Ui's
Bair, far esport, an pnrata terms.
Wavalssows X aales in this auirkrt.
jr Vmrk Yantrt, (Ulion, rcirt I-fl fun Franciwo on
Thurlay erenirg. rt. SI. aiul had caiiu n.l thick f.-g tilt next
day ; l-ft U e laud N"r. 1. Firrt aeven djy ba.1 litsht aiml
from 9. Y. to N.W. T,k tlie trad- :roi.? in Ut. 2S s , and f r
the last tfcnre da liad strong brerxs. y.ie Coa Hri.l Oct.
IS 14 'la? i-aware.
UT Steamer A Ham ea left Kauai oa fcatunlay lt St P. M.
and had itroi;g lica. wind and a beary w U the way ; cam
Into purt on bumlay ereiiing a. 10 I'.M. She ailcl a;:iiii next
day for Ilibi nd mIkT winlward rt.
JT Ship Zaritxa. Fueleu. reif rt Left Sitka Ot 28 ; 8r.t
eight day ha 1 the wind Wrong from 9 Vt. to N.K. Lat 65 to
SO l,l two beary gale one of the men, wl.:U? rfinr, f-H
from the f-irf topil-yar.l ou to t'ie deck, and wa Lillol. T-A-k
the trad- frrh in lat. 33 3 . Anive.1 at Honolulu Nor. 17. 21
day frora c-itka.
XT lirffct. S4ef Jorkor, gjyaar.l, reKirU Left Ailrni,
Vancouver' IUll, Oct. 27 ; had light wiiM Cr-I part of the
passage, and wa becalmed li day between lat. 40 3 ai.d 30 .
T.k th Uailef frerh in Ut. 2S 3 . Vi 26 day on the pa'are
rr Brigt. JosfpkiHt, Stone, report Failed from Honolulu
Oct. 6, and arrived at Jarvi Island on th- 15th, and at Baker'
Iland on the 28th. Left Nov. 1 f. Ilowland' Il.iml, and
sailed arain same day for Honolulu, lia-l strong, but raria'.le
wind all the way j made the paxrare In I'l day.
XT Bark Tkomam Ihtnirl, Alrxandx. reiirts Left Lirrr-
pool June 29. Spoke the Manalto Oct. 22, 120 day out from
Liverpool, bound to fiuatamala. We were 70 day to the Tlorn,
and had very good weather round. W' A day to 10 3 K in
the Atlantic ; from th-re to SO 3 S. in tlie Pacific, tu 30 day,
and from then-e to Honolulu 50 day. Kxpericnced heary pil.-
In lat. 63 3 . Wa aa far s 84 3 17 W., but wa driren back
to 7 3 by beary g-ilr. Ou thi ide of the Lioe, in lat. 10 3 ,
paseed a mall rait, nothing on it. Fierieiiceil no ririal.lm
after cning the Line, bisbted Hawaii Nov. 17, and came into
port on the rh 143 day passage
From Ba Fstsciscri per Yankee. Nov. 15 Mary
CartwrighU II Bruns, wife and 2 children, lli M Johnnon. K
Clifford. Theo Oru'ii. t'ha Klunz. Theo Charter, J Baker, Win
Herbert, J J liuiUh, Wm Oiff. B CUney, Mr Allen, Mr UoUrt
From Ai sesni, V. I per Sheet Anchor, Nov 150 Cuib y,
From tlisf a IiLAXD per Joaephine, Nov. 17 Charles U
Judd. wife, child and servant, Wui U Moore, one Chiuauiau,
and 44 native. .
From eiTKs per Zaritxa, Nov 17 Capl I l.in.lcnnerg, t-api
For Mrtsocas per Nile. Nov 20 Henry Nathan, Tlioma
Wilkinson, Mia Alice Wilkinson, Mia r.lU Kryte.
For Krt per K:lauea. Nov 14 Judire Bobertaon. II S
Bahem k. Mater Thorn llurvhi, and 13 d-ck aaen:er.
From Krl per Kilauea. Nov 17 J u.1 re Roliertnon.il S
Bahcork, W H Kice. Mr Roger. Miiw llorer. Rev Dr Oulkk,
Ueo Ko, Mr Shults, Mater !lnche, nnd 51 deck paa-enpein.
WisOtsbd Hoax ier Kilauea. Nov It Mr u 1 Mil.,
; In Kentucky, the I'ninn cause? w:is ewtfj-ing
over tlie Stat Iik' :i wLirlwiinl, :vnJ j.robiiblv
woul l n.jt f t li'i kil till t!ie reUlsare out-num-
lTil arid fuj jrfS8vtl in Tennessee !". The
j I'rii.in m.ii in lct!i tlicto States cxiarriso tin-
iu:ijori!v, I.ut in T-nnsec thev liave lieen silonctil
j onlj Uy ni.iW.iw anj rillt.-s. The tiJe has now
j tumc'l, anil the li-.i-tk-r Stati will xo be ri.l of
l tl:'ir IxiiKJiof refK-1 inar.iuJer?.
Fr'm the West, (Missouri.) the new? is Cfiuiil-
!v eneoiiraping, and t!ioug!i it would be lettr to
i liave an -nag.Mn-nt with and destroy the rebel
j i'Tul-rs tf.aii t.) Trniiit them to dii'f.erse anl
; :ip;:iin eoll'-et their fircef, btill t!ie State will
jjr.ibably etTeetnally rid of them foon, and
j faee ri re?trcl to its inhabitants
On the whole, the cau.e of the I'mox never
looked so hnpoful, since the day that the rel.x.4
lion was hatched in CI arlest on , than it did at
the latt advices. A rebellion, to gain favor or
evtn symj-iatliy at lioine or abroad, must alway
be mol ing forward. A halt in a rebellion is a
cheek to its uceci ; a retreat ii death to it. A
g-iv eminent tliat cun keep a rebellion ct a s'und
still, and prevent its ptininp; ground, while itself
is inwufina; and preparing its forces to cruh it
out, can never forfeit the rcct of other nation
alities. Thi is the j resent po-iti'jn of the
American I'nion ; it holds the rebellion at bay
checked, but not crushed whilst it is prepar
ing, cautiously but vigorously, to extinguish
every vet-tigo of it, by calling out its force on a
scale of grandeur and strength, that would have
dune honor to Napoleon the (Jreat in his jKilniie6t
da vs. The issuo of this creat war movement
1 cannot le long delayed.
j We do not believe that it is the intention of
j the North or of the Government to intermeddle
I with Kiavery, so lar as it concerns Uic slaves ol
L'nion men, or of those who have Ptood neutral
during the rebellion, and perhaps not even of
th"e who havo been actively engaged in the
rtliellion, provided the Southern States return to
their allegiance to the federal government, as we
doubt nor they will - just as soon as the jxiwcr of
the rebel leaders is broken, anil the proptt; if the
SoiithiTn. Stairs take tlie. power again into tuir
own hands. Uut tdiould "worse come to worst, "
and all hope of peace and reunion be destroyed,
the united sentiment of the North, nnd of the
whole world too, will undoubtedly demand that
every root and vestige of fhivery be swept forever
from the American Continent, rather than to
permit the continuance and existence of such a
discordant element or power within the natural
boundaries of the ltepublie. The power of an
exasperated people is terrible and irresistable,
j and if the South provokes it and still defies the
I v.fi"TiMii,,o T 1io hiirt)i kIw mntf vr. pnenn llin il-iv
-" J J V
that saw the attack and surrender of Fort Sump-
The most interesting intelligence brought by
the mail is that announcing the completion of
tho overland F.hctric Telegraph. We have
watched the progress of this great enterprise
with much interest, and its completion, even
before the time set for it, will carry a thrill of
pleasure to every well-wisher of civilization and
! the universal brotherhood of man. The work
', lias been hastened forward by the stirring events
! in the Eastern States. As soon ns the pror
; connections are made, telegraphic communica
' tion can be had between St. Johns, New Found
: land (the Eastern extremity of telegraphs on the
Mr icxand'rt m imAMiTi mi rnHy Aiesandt ' M ater J a i North American Continent) and San Francisco,
Alexander, M wje Harriet and Emily B-iHwIn, tlv.iry KnHwin, i ,naklRS! tlilS the longest Continuous hue now III
U a. .. at t.. I . .l.saw . AV 1 1 M-rT I .VIMil . ' v
j ojration, unlers the Kussian telegraph exceeds
! it. Tho distance from San Francisco to New
Prince WUliai-i Lunalilo. Mm AW.ie Johnon, Allt-rt Lyoii,
one other 14 e bin, and amt ICO deck pascniiers.
roxiT or x.zzua.ar..
0.jrr.-iinJ jtioe of th? Pac. Cuumercial Adve.ter.
itract of a Lttttr. '
My ctject in plnntirg rice is to realize the most
benefit with the lcttst expense. PUnting out rice
bjr hand, gives no doubt very j ro!io crrps, but to
advise any one, who internls to go largely iuto the
culture of rice, to plant tut the entire crcp, wculj
be, in hit opinion, wrung, as I myself do not follow
that plan. I leave a few patches urplantcJ, an sow
All the rest broadcast. If the crop is not very even,
what rrtsy hfippen, I fill up where lacking and pull
out where too much, aod with the overplus I fill up
the empty patches. Planting in rows is also unne
cessary labor. Plant all around you, and wherever
ycu can s-tick a plant handy.
To shelter the rice land against wind, I can reccm
nieni noihing better than the Prazil banana, and
sugar cane, planted cn the ku iunas. The banana in
b few years will wake a perfectly solid wall, and
growing very high, and at the same time ah:e to
withstaud the hardest blows, I conceive cf nothing
better. In regard to the stone wnlls which niest in
variably compose the kua-mas, I advi-e you to get
rid of them ly degrees. It is net Deeded that the
kuaunas are either very high or very bio.-td, with the
exception of thoe destined to be planted by ban nun 9
or sugar-cane, and you will find that the stones are
but a harbor for rats and mice, while at the same
time a kuauna composed of earth alone, and con
stantly kept uioi.-t by the surrounding water, offers
not a very desirable habitation to vermin.
All hough rice receives a large amount cf nourish
ment from the water, and the most from running
water, manuring will greatly beuefit the jicld. Cow
manure, as far as my experience goes, is of great
t em fit. I shall try this time a mixture of lime and
soda, nnd inform you of the result. I have no doubt
that alkaline manures must be very useful. In re
gard to planting, I wish to tell you, tint I think cue
single plant sufficient in its place. I am aware that
some innovations have been made, but would not
advise you to follow the example, although a trial
would perhaps not be a great loss.
Where the land intended for rice can be laid dry,
a great advantage in labor and expense will accrue
to the planter, by working the ground with oxen,
which is a great saving of manual labor. I first cut
the rank grass reeds and rushes short, and when dry
burn them. Next I cut, with Mr. Ladd's newly im
ported spades, the lumps and knolls, which are
mass of roots, and throw ihem aside. After this, my
ground is even, and I prtceed to turn it over in broad
furrows very nicely, so that cue furrow claps even on
the other. Then I let the water on, say a foot high,
for about a fortnight, and by that time tho whole sod
is rotted. By going over the ground in the water
with a light harrow, so as cot to disturb the sod un
derneath, you have a fine mul, well manured un
derneath, bud ready for sowing. If the ground is
uot quite level, I take a long two inch bonrd, fix a
rope to each end, put two boys on the board, fasteti
the oxen to the rope and give the boys a most de
lightful circus ride over the slick mud, till the ground
is perfectly level. You have asked nie, of our taro
lands are suitable for rice. I hove visited the rush
land at Wuikiki, and us fir as my opinion goes, I
would udvise nobody to burn his fingers by under
taking rice culture in that delectable situation. As
long as any taro land can be had at any price, it is
belter than those rush 1 nds at a gift. The whole so
called soil is but a tangled mass of rush roots. The
labor and expense to extinguish those rushes must be
immense, (I know a little about that.) but wheu you
have taken out all the noxious roots, I would ask you
where is your soil ? Just about one foot deep under
the dirty, stagnant, brackish water, and just about
six or eight inches over the hard coral bed. You
have no means to regulate the water, which takes its
level from the ocean. Where you want to sow your
seed, I don't know. Every year your soil becomes
less and your water more, and stagnant water at
that, impregnated by the salt of the sea. Kice in
Carolina is raised on the tu .rshes, but the planter has
perfect control over the water. Although anxious to
see as much land cultivated in rice ns is possible, I
would advise none to go to work in laud where be can
neither sow nor reap.
-lnre mi in than out to kill a
e I'.i burn
Now.' 8 Am wh hark Massachusetts, Green, from Orhntik. 500
. wh, 7000 Ivnie. enori ( 18 . 600 h, 760O bi.ne,
voyage ; 600 wh. 7600 bone, on board.
, 14 Am wh bark Martha 1st, Cornell, from OchnUk, 400
wh. 61100 bone, season 50 sp. 1HOO wh, 11,000 bo,
voyage 1400 wb, GOOO bone, ou board.
Laiiaixa, November 29th, 1SG1.
".Via. Editor : Lieut. Wm. Reynolds and wife
whost departure ou the Speedwell you mentioned in
your paper of Hih inst., leave behind them a host
of frietels, to mourn their absence and to wish tbem
a speedy, pleasant passage home.
It is due to Lieut. Reynolds to say, that upon the
first news of hostilities in the United States, he for-
least we thought so when we saw neig.wvr
the other mornit.g cal'.ing the aid of his three faith
ful canine companions, to take charge of about a
dozen rats which had unfbituiiattly strayed during
the night into that big wire trap, which is such n
effectual rat catcher. Rats cn shore are troublesome
euough, but when they take possession tf a ship,
they become a source of more mischief. Smoking s
often resorted to to rid vessels of rats and vermin; but
the latest ImpreYjment is that of siejmiitg. Ihe ex
periment was Srst tried by the Vie cn the brig Morn
ing Star, a pipe having been filled to convey the
steam from the tug's boiler to the hold of the vessel;
and it proved a ture cime about a bushel of stcuvd
rats and vermin of all descriptions being the result of
the operation. Since that, the experiment has been
tried cn several vessels with like results, effectually
clearing them of every living pest. We recommend
captains whose vessels aie infested with rats to try
il,i eirfin r.f Qt,:vm. There is no risk of fire, and CO i
minutes will do the jjb.
L ttY Franklin. We are happy to learn that this
distinguished traveler, who with her niece spent a
few weeks here last summer, will visit Honolulu
again early in December. She takes passage for
China in the Clipper ship EldrUf, which was to
leave San Francisco during this month, aud will re
main here three days, during which time Lady F.
and ber niece will be the guests of the Minister of
Foreign Relations. During their stay in California
they have visited almost every nook and corner of
the state, even goiug over the Sierras to see the
Washoe mines. Lady F. is certainly a prodigy of
female heroism and physical endurance.
TiiASKsciviNO. Thursday, Nov. 28 is appointed
foj Thanksgiving We have not heard of any rise
in the price of poultry yet, but presume the dealers
are wide uwako. By the way, why can't we have
some of those monstrous fat wild turkeys that fenst
and fatten on the frosty slopes of Ilaleukala ? They
are said to be unrivalled for epirurean service.
Does any one know the truth about them ?
If advertising affords any sign of :he busi- J
ness prosperity of a city, aud it is said that it he
best criterion, then business in Honolulu is reviving,
for the capacity of our columns has never been more
tasked than for the past few weeks. It does not
take much observation to see that advertisements
draw customers, for most people have a penchant for
looking at new things, and few can resist the desire
to buy what they see, ami what they think nobody
else lias got. -
3" We learn that the Captain of the Hanoverian
brig Schwinge was arrested last Tuesday morning.
aud is detained to be sent home to answer to criminal
charges brought to the cognizance of the Hanoverian
Consul in this port, and substantiated by numerous
itnesses before a Cousular tribunal coavocated by
the said Consul
"mokf Snarling." The Polynesian disputes
the correctness of our Ggares. giving the quotation
of the large sale of oil last week. We ebta.ned our
fibres from a party to thi alcm who assures us that
V.e prices rvpwi ted urrr.r ," aud when the
rolvitsian or its commercial " snappers up of un
considered trifles.- underlie to contradict our
statements, they shoulJ fiud somelhi.K better than
street rumors " to fall back on. We should not
have noticed this, but for the snarling, ungentle
manly manner in which the matter was alluded to
iu the rolynnian. Every journal is liable to mis
takes, as the following from the lost issue of that
racer shows :
r ... i:.. mhat ha
, ... : v .. i; )... Lust t.. -i ine jiuhm-i ..-...-
.,iL'ii' 11: ui'i i...j'-- - -
i ...... . 1. . .,,.,.,: t i f ulittcriiitun to tu.
lVt.r I'enee. 1 In-
. e ii
i.e.) wk) e acholic of Fr..... ave p.yei. i in to ,ear.
- i.kt il r I I -o OOU.OOO aurni -
concordat. h.-i ci.t iSO.OOO, h:te the U.h Luve
Four hundred and seventy milii-n of ,hhh..1 .terl.ng in two
j.ii.i l.ai I .us become of r-v- l,L-
.. uu. I,.. tie.-nme of it?" The blunder of
foui hundred and seventy millio.it" which the
Ed. roi" appears to anxious to father, we can as
sure him. " has become " a very prominent onjeci
for the pub'ic to gaze at. , y
For IvONA, Ilsiwaii.
Till: ST K AM Kit
Hard times Again. On Tuesday morning, the
sleeping room of Mr. Th. Davies at Waikiki, was en
tered by burglars, and sundry valuables stolen
therefrom. Generally about the time the natives are
called on to pay taxes, we are called on to record fre
quent burglaries. So keep a lookout.
Evknino Salk. Another of those attractive sales.
where China aud Japan goods are offered at public ven
due without reserve, and without regard to cost, comes
off on Friday evening, under the auspices of J. II.
Cole, Esq. Of course every body and bis wife
will be there, for it is said to be the ' last chance."
Posttonfp. The furniture sale at ths residence
of A. K. Clark, Eq., advertised for Saturday, is
postponed till Monday, Nov. 25ib.
sr The Theater has continued to draw
houses, on every evening that it has been open during
the week. The benefit nights, however, are the occa
sions. Ou Monday evening, the inimitable Sam
Wells made his bow, in geuuine plantation style,
and if bis tambourine didu't talk, Sam did. Ou
Friday. Mr. W. M. Barker, the vocalist, whose exqui
site performance of Robin Ruff is the admiration of
our best musical jadges, will take his benefit.
The Yankee. This packet has hauled over to the
ship yard, and will receive a thorough repairing, re
cepperine aud re-painting before sailing again. She
will be ready to leave from the 10th to '20th of
Sax FnAXCtsex) Ans. Those ordering goods from
the coast, will do well to look over the advertise
ments of San Fraucisco Merchants on our fourth
C" There were 43 vessels in port yesterday, in
cluding 28 whalers. There were also 20 vessels
alongside the wharves, including three at Robinson
ST" See Advertisements under Auction head.
For VICTORIA, V. I.
THK FAST SAILING AMERICAN llltlG
J. W SAVARD. Marter.
Will leave for tlie aliove port WITH IHSrATCH.
for Freighter l'asiape, apply to
ED. IIOFFSCHLAEGEU & STA PEXHORST.
"Will 1cm-o Honolulu tor
AND INTERMEDIATE POUTS,
ON TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 26(h,
A I kalf-pnat 1 I. M. precisely.
OX MOXO.IV. DEI'. 2. FOK IIILO.
OX Tl'KSDAY. IKC IO. FOR KOXA.
OX MONDAY, DKC. 1C. FOK IIILO.
OX TUESDAY, DEC. 24, FOR KOXA.
OX MONDAY, DM'. 30, FOR K .1 1' A I.
JAMUN, GUEKN Co.,
Honolulu. Nov. 7, 1S61. Agents II. S. jf. Co.
limilLU' THEATER !
Chas. Derby, - - - Manager.
Mr. W. II. BARKER.
ON FRIDAY EVENING!
Nor. 14 Asa wh hark Iabelta. Tarkrr. to ero:e Westward.
1 J Am wh bark Ciceru, Stiver, to cruise Vi eatwartl and
THURSDAY. XOVEMBER 21.
I L'onnill-intl liy tlw roiilt rtf flir telegraph is pr-
j hably not less than 3G00 miles, extending over
j 72 degrees of longitude.
I The Electric Teletrraph is a moxlern invention.
i whirl, has been in successful operation liardly 1 Wttr,IeJ Washington, by Pony Express, a request
! twenty years, the first line in the United States' thlt he miht reCttlIeJ fr0ll his I of Naval
atore Keeper in Honolulu, to share such service in
the United States as bis impaired health would not
unfit bi n for, so that he might release some able
bodied officer for active duty.
After waiting impatiently several weeks, his or
ders have arrived, and he has rise-n from a sick lied,
as it were, to answer the call cf his country, brav
ing all the discomforts of the way, and the rigors of
a climate from which he has had more than once to
God speed them on their way ! is the prayer of
many friends. B. .
Laving beeu built in the year 1845 or C. There
are now u inwards of 55.000 miles nf telpcrnnb
I r n--i
wires in operation in the United States alone,
j Great Britain and Ireland hare over 40,000
t miles ; France nearly S0.000 miles, Germany
j 35, COO miles, and the whole length of telegraph
J wires in the world now in use probably exceeds
200,000 miles or sufficient to girdle tho etirlh
more than eight times. This fact is enough to
nwure us that the earth trill be girdled by tele
graph wires at no distant day, bringing the most
Baa rsa'acso" per Comet, Saturday. ' ' '
YuO Laaauta jer Kamoi, tomorrow.
Fwo inn per Sti anwr, Tuesday next.
PORT OF HONOI.t7I.T7. H. I.
Taslnews received bj tli Yanlet may be ; remote portions in instantaneous communication
considered as ery favorable to the Union cause. : the cominerc-ial centers.
Jbeyebeljiop bas now reached that point when -Most persons, who are familiar with tho fact
the strength nnd zeal of its supporters' are to be I'that by . mesins of the Electric Telecrath. race-
put to a severer test than they have yet had. j Klfr, cjln instantaneously sent In-tween cities
Thus far all has been enthusiasm on the part j nut VPr, distant from each other, may not Iks
of the rebels, sustained and increased by the aware that messages arc sent as instantaneously
success and victories which they have met. ! between the idit remote stations. Tor instance.
Amply supplied' at the outset, by robberiew of 'a message can be sent from S.m Francisco to St.
anus, munitions and other proirty of tho na- . Louis, (or. to New York, if the wires connect to
tional government valued at millions, which I the latter city,) in an instant, or less than ten
were absolutely neceaBary to commence and j seconds, and a reply be received as instantane-
maintain their rebellion, they have hitherto lously. Consequently a message and its answer
hardly felt the need ol furthe-r supplies from can be sent and received between those cities in
r R. A. C The Resular Meeting of
JlJ the Honolulu Royal Arch Chapter will be held ut the
t353 l'.ooiiH THIS EVKNINO. at TJ o'clock.
J. S. WALKER,
Honolulu. Nov. 21, 1S01. (237-lt) Secretary.
FOR It EXT.
The Cnttnpe occapieil ly the umlervieneil, on Beretan-
ia PL For particuliirs apply at the l"ostoni".
Terms low. A. K. CLARK.
Honolulu, Nov. 7th, 1361. 2S7-lra
A Tenant Wanteds
FOR THE ROGERS IIOI SK. Water will
if be let on and the pliire put in thorough r pair.
liiiL U. I. JUDD,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1SC1. 2S7-3m
IXQCAXTITliaTO SUIT PCRCIIASRRS.
Inquire of (lt K. A. S. MOOD.
abroad. But the period is evidently approach
ing, when their wants will imperatively call
for supplies that' can 'only be obtained from
abroad ; and as the blockade, (which, by the
way, is the most extensive that the annals of
modern or ancient warfare have recorded.) is now
being enforced with such rigor as to effectually
bar commerce, the people of the Southern States
must soon be compelled to endure the severest
the space of one minute, or the time required to
operate the machine. Messages are often sent
from London over the longest wires, or about 1SC0
miles, and replies received instantaneously. . A
message leaving New York at 12 noon, arrives at
San Francisco at 15 minutes before 9 o'clock' shipping at all times. The dredge is now lying idle.
NOTES OF THE AVEEK.
The Wharves During the past few weeks, the
shipping in port has crowded freely about the
wharves, leaving no berths unoccupied. On Mon
day, there were sixteen vessels lying nt the Goveru
"ment Wharves, and four more waiting their turn to
come up. Notwithstanding our increased wharf.ige
accommodations, there would seem to be room for
still further extension. By the way, we notice that
vessels, sven smaller ones like the brig Sheet Anchor.
cannot, when loaded, haul alongside the Esplanade
opposite the Coal Yards, for want of sufficient depth
of water. We would sugsest that the mud-digger be
set to work sgain to remedy this defect, and mnke our
wharves more available. - The Esplanade will become
each year a more favorite place for the discharge of
oil, lumber and coal, nnd its piars ought to be kept
so as to accommodate the trade. Although our
wharves are crowded only a few weeks in each year,
we ought to be prepared to meet the wants of the
Enemies in War I in Peace Friends !
UNION! I7NIONI! UNION I!!
Alteutiaa the First Hawaiian Cavalry!
The rui mhers of the above company are hrly
nntitpw! to appear at the room of I'iiotkctiom Hihik
Ir Ladiikr Co. No. 1. on Monday evening, Nor. 25, al
7J o'cLx-k, to take Into consideration the revival and
reorainutiiiu of said company, and all oflieeri aM( uietulier
are most resiieclfu'.ly requested to present themelres on that
occasion and to reprnt themselves to the commanding officer,
ih- r proper representation may he made to tlie War Depart
ment, which authorized them under their warrant to appear
and act as a body of Cavalry Troop. ami also other Import
ant limine on hand. I'unctual attendance is requested.
1'er order of C. W. Vincent, tv request of memiiera.
K. K. WAKEM AN, Orderly Serrennt.
N. It. Those wishiiifr to hecMoe. metnliers of this Company
wil! pli ae hand in their application, to C. W. Vincent or K.
K. Waki-mnn. 287-lt
The Cartoons of Raffaelle!
ISills or lilxeliiis:cs
in sum. to suit for rule by
2S7-11 H. HACK FELDJt Ct)
SITPERIOR SALMON. PACKED THIS
full, uow landing ex Kuss. Ani'c Co., ship Czaritza.
For sale In quautitica to suit by
II. UACKFELD A- Co.
Honolulu. Nov. 10, 1801. 2S7-3m
For IIREOTEIY, Direct.
TnK BREMEN SHIP
II. SEVER, Master.
And the RUSSIAN BAHK
2VE TJ ,
V. N. NOKDOREN, Master.
For IIAITIRURG, jDircct.
THE HANOVERIAN BRIO
S C H W I ILNT GE ;
11. COIUsSEN, MiiTKR.
The above vessels will have quick dispatch for the above lorU.
For freight, apply to
II. HACKFELD V Co.
Honolulu, Nov., 1&61. 2S7-lt
FRESH GROCERIES !
JUST RECEIVED PER
"YANKEE!" and "SCHWINGE!"
FAMILY GROfKr.FED STORE !
WEST I II A LI A HAMS,
Swiss t horse.'- ' .-....-
The ctlcbrulid and veieatile
Anicricaii Operatic and Dramallc
Comprising the following artists :
BISCACCIANT I ,
Walter Bray, Sam Wells,
W. M. Barker, E. II. Harvey.
G. T. Evans, G. II. Edmonds,
Miss Carrie Howard and
Mrs. S. jx. Wells.
In a aeries of
As above, and continue uihily, until further notice
(Sundays excepud.) Introducing a Variety of
Which they claim to present in a style superior to any company
tliut has previously visited the Islands.
PRICES OF ADMISSION:
For sale by
A. D. CARTWRHIHT.
A. M., thus verifying tlie old law of dispatching
bucineca ' in Kw than no time." This diSereucc
id owing to the circumstance of Sun Francisco
being located farther west, the difference bcine-
rains, demand warm clothing, shoes j equal t. three and a quarter houra of clock time.
Hereafter, the daily papers in San Francisco will
contain a summary of new6 of the previous day
wa, ss.ooo bo. want. The winter niorUlis, with Uk ir cold
an KaunI, with ' Winds and
Ass wh shis Chas. W. M or fan, Camillno, fta 0.-b-4sk,
auw wn, ii.suw anoe, arasou ; ;.ou wa, ,WO bo.
soy aw ; 1MM wa, U.VW Mae. oa bus
14 Sea tkU fviluwfc Ca lacs. 'froaa porta on
juv ana sect, iuu arts aiotasses, itu mau surr 1 c. .1 .i , -, : i r .
ki, rrij ilrrs fssj 1 1. i IS f sum lull, aiiu iuwc re luauui iiujmi iru num
1 Aai wa slap Cortrn-ss i, Mranbery, froei Hiio, befew abroad. Without them no army caii Ion z Imj
u Aavkawk laabeua. Tucker, froa Lahaios, before . kept together, nor any people long remain con- j received by telegraph from all parts of tlie
1A Asa wd akiw alaraBm. UlrUn. hn Uila. be&ire re. ICnteU.
ported, Uy off aad ou.
1 Asa wa ship Navy, rreot, fm Ililo, before reported,
.lay aff sod oaw . - j
1A A as trigantinc Bbeet Anchor, Say ward. & days from
Alberai. V. 1-, with 'AM al ft himber, SO tuus cnal,
30 tuns SBdss, SO brls aaunou, tu II. liackfc-td as Co. ;
IV a as bark Tankee, Clazto-, 1 days fas Sao rranciscv,
wrth awrretraadist to WUeus. a kr hards Co. i
1A Ach Moikciki, Nasela, fas tUbaiai aud Lahaina, with 1
The latest advices, as will be seen by reference
to our foreign news columns, record the rebels
in Virginia retreating from the line of the Poto
mac. This baa evidently been done for the pur
pose of hastening an engagement with the Union
forces in the neighborhood of Manassas, where
work, eta- and It) deck Psisrnrers.
H B.nsiian Assericaa Co-a ship Zaritxa, Foseieus, il
days front "oka, wish luvtf barrels saiaioa u li.
llackaHd At Co.
1. Ass brurs, Joseph ine, Stooe, Id days trom Baker's
Union, which will render them more valuable for
But it is as a medium for business dispatches,
that the overland telegraph will prove of uioc-t
service in connecting the Pacific States with the
East. Regarding the cost of transmitting such
messages, we Cnd the following in the . Bulletin
of" tbo 29th of October : '
and it would do it good to scrape off some of tbe rust
gathering ou it.
on, mi.... "ass ranw. ana wuwmeers. t
14 Ha ww h Jf a lob., Maarasea, to Octott, ioo .o, i the Bull Run battle took place, and where they
AOO wh. 60B hons, seasoa aad oo board tajo wb, ' . ... ..... J
li.ooo booe, voyage. ; Lope to meet a Iik success, should the latter
, a m.v , i - tt .i.e. i. - i
M; i. . - .U Tllt T,-flVrtVilw fw. M'I'Ull in
WlwWV SMXilll. g'S) W J "v, 4V VIVIIISIS
will only fight when his forces are so arranged as
to be able to succeed in what thev set about.
,. r i i- i From "an Fianci?o to St. Louis, for the first teu Words, $4 :
An important item or news is received regarding Mch additional word, 45 cents.
this General, lie has asked that the supreme rfarutnw,ito,t,
COUimand of the arniT of the Potomac shall be I KninoiiM u Cnn-inna:.. rr the first ten word. $5
' C . S U ..l.i:.; I ..
I osuraijL smMVBmw iruAaa grill lm rr" rVTT Mimitm MmI I : rsii avuii t vtifiuai wuni, iM cms.
tabaina, wtfh M bars polo, 13 bas funjus, &0 ; CODDaeO tO Ilim ; ana 1119 request lias OCCn ac- J from San Francisco to New York or Washington, for the first
ten wiiru", to j ; i t every aiiaitmruu worn, cents.
The reason why do list of rates of charges for messages sent
across the contiueat Ay telegraph has yet been published, is
imply, that no arrangement has yet been made with the
authorities at the other end of the wire. The rates charred at
present will probably lie changed at an early day whether to he
j HKTwini uc unmra, wc eaiiuo. ainrm. iney are aa follows:
IT fleh Mmwahinc. Kabeaaa, from Koloa and Nawlliwili,
with li hides, 44 (oat skins, 3 brls tallow, 17 pigs,
2 hurses. IS cords wuod. and 4i deck nasaeugers.
; lJ--V"h UaawaJt, Aalows, froaa Laupahnebor. Jlaua and
Fob RrntCTENTATivEs. Agreeably to notice given
last week, a meeting was held on Tuesday evening,
Nov. at the Court-house, to uoroinnle candidates
for the election for Representatives, which occurs on
the first Monday in January. Mr. Win. Summer
presided and Mr. Ka acted as secretary. There were
about 200 present, mostly natives. The result of the
meeting was the selection of tbe following nominees :
J. KOMOI K A' LUL EUU.
8. T. K A LA 11 A.
Those printed in italics are on tbe regular ticket
nominated on the 9th. Other candidates were named
at the meeting, but rejected. From present indica
tions, there proruises to be a vigorous contest between
the rival tickets. - The only name that has received a
unanimous nomination from both meetings is that of
Wm. Webster, Esq., whose election will probably
meet with no opposition. The choice of the other
candidates on Tuesday was made with less unanimity.
PHOTOGRAPHED FOR THE SCIENCE
and Art Department of the Committee of Privy Council
on Kducation, by C. Thurston Thompson, South Kensington
Museum, Loudon, England.
Die scries Consists of si ren photographs, 23x15 incites:
" v 1. Chris's Charje to St. Peter. '
2. The Miraculous tiranght of Fishes.
S. Paul Preaehinr at Athens.
4. The Peath of Ananias.
5. KlyniMS the Sorcerer srtuck with Mimlne.
6. Peter and John at the heulilul gate of the Temple.
7. The. Sacrifice xt l.ytra.- .- , , ,
For sale Ly JOHN BIT30N.
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1S6L . as7-lm
Dried Peaches, . ,
For sale by . , A. IJ. CAttTWKIOHT.
"J ATS NO. 1 CHINA RICE,
f'l Billing's HaniH,
For sale by A. D. CARTWR1QHT.
FRENCH MUSTARD, -Lee
vt Perna's W orcester Sauce,
For s-ile by A. D. CAItTAVRIGIIT.
... I 09
Poors Open at 7 o'clock, Curtain will rise at a quarter bsfim
eight o'clock, precisely.
NEW COOKS! NEW BOOKS!!
FOK SALK AT
WHITNEY BOOK STORE I
Loaa Gain, by Alice B. Harvey $1.37
El.ik Vkxnkr, by Oliver Wendell Holmes, 2 vols. ...... fj,M
Avoidablb Csfskh op IHssass, by Jolin Alllia. M. !., a
book tltat should be iu every family, $1,81
Mimic Lik, by Mr. Uitchie, formerly Anna Cora Mowatt,$l,7a
i'Kl.r lln.r, by hamuel 8iiiiU- a bok for young men,. ... 1J7
Tail Yksiu or A Pekachrh's LtrK(by MiH.iu-n, lb - blind
prrnrher, auUior of Ilifle, Axe and Sudille baxs,.... 1,7
Gold Foil by Timothy Titoouib, l,ii
ViKKS.i or Kociktv, a very interesting work by Alice and
Phillip WhHrtou, 1.7J
Pawtos's liks or Andbitw Jsi k.sox, 3 vol , $7,W)
Hi'Li ra'a Lira or Tutav, by tlio Hcv. 11. Lincoln. Way
History of tlie Kleetrie Tellers ph,...., (1,7ft
WHEELER & WILSON'S
TP " mte- os'-iaand M pscis on i ceded to by the President and his advisors. Gen.
KOaaea. BerrilL from aorts on Kauai.
is Am wh ship trim in. Grwnoa. tm Ocbotsk, 10i0 wh. 1
bone, seasoa 100 wb. 22,000 bo, voje ; !
1M wh, 14.09O Bone, oa board.
It Blitisa tart TOocaaa baaiel. Alexandrr, 143 dayi fia ;
. Liverpool, with assorted merchandise to Jank.o, '
" ' Ciresn At Co. riswtarar -Thowias Heath.
SO Ass wh ship Tbasaae Oirkuon, stxwart, (ruca Hi la, !
beSsre nrportrd, lay utt and on- . I
50 Sen Kamoi. ftbrpberd, fm Kabul ui and Lahaina. with '
10O okrs biiiIusi f'l do lunar. 30 bars corn meaL
- 'Si bags floor, lo arts beef. Is bead eaulr, 4 horses,
lut ps 3 eabia aad deck passengers.
From tun Francim tu Boston, for the first t-u wnnls. CT ; f,,r
M'Clellan, then, assumes the position of Com- j vh a.i.i.tH.nai word, do cent.
" u , . 1. w uiu ,.. . V U ... h..uli. lire MkC 1 1 41, m I IK. 11
ine mes.wce n sent, the montii ami the dsy ot tbe month sev
Sow. 13 Am wh ship ZVetra, Brown, for coast of CaLf-ani
14 "trsawr Kilauea, Berrill. for Kauai.
la-Otiw Craeavrr. Ctarhraa, lur New Zealand and bone. !
Is Sch Nettie MerrtD, borres, for Lahaina, lido, aad other ,
wiodward ports. J
1 ."eh Moikeikl, Nape la. for fAhaina and Kahului.
IT Asa wh abip Cooreas Id, Straoorrs;, for cuewt U CalW ;
. fornia aad hssae.
IS Am wh ah'p Marengo, KJJridje, for TTestward and '
mander-in-Chief, above the President and (Jen
Scott, so fir as pertains to military matters at
tlie' Kat. This is a ttep that lias long been
Deeded, and will tond more Uian anything, tu
ensure success to the Union forces. A military
dictatorship, in time of war, with supreme com
mand in all war matters, is what every govern
ment should confide to its Commander-in-Chief,
as necessary to the unity and safety of the
Tlie retreat of the rebel forces in Virginia has
probably been .owing in part to the recall of
their troops by the several Governors of the
Sjuthern States, to reptl the threatened invasion
of tha coast by the secret naval eij editions
which have Leen sent from New York. The
ithdrawal of these forces from the rebel army
: SeWAaawh ship Adeline, Barber, for tlie Line and Arctic jf
ts a irn tttit j, i , ... .., , , . , , .
k- xi Am wii hark HeUe, brrn- lor a sperm-wte cmiM I io Virginia has prob:ibly weakened its strength
-', It - lm wh narfe A lioe. Bribe, far New Zealand and home.
IS Am wb bark Florida. Fish, for Westward aad Arctic.
IS Heary, Riviere, for Lahaina and liana.
lMhll Aloiwahine, Koheaua. for Nawiliwili and Koloa.
It Sea Ilanoah. Antuoe, fur Lahaina, llilu, and other io-
20 Am wb bark Mie, EUrklge, for Mclbocroe, with a
carets of oiL
so greatly as to make the retreat a necessity.
Up to the 18th or 20th of October, the naval
expeditions (two had left New York and Fortress
Monroe.) had not been reported as having landed
at any Southern port. The next mail may bring
r F thoi. mArffnmntc
erally. Thtse use np three of tlie ti-u wtIs ttvday tbey would
ue four to morrow l ut three. - fn Francisco" is one word ;
! t fc-ti iber" UIC if entire 1 twelltv-ninlh" ln: llitrlielh" iw
The Kubbian Government is rapidly building a
telegraph line from St. Petersburg across Siberia
to the mouth of the Amoor River. At tbe latest
accounts it had been completed to the city of
Irkutsk, or about two-thirds of the distance
across the continent. When completed to the
mouth of the Amoor, it will be continued on to
Bhering's Straits, thence to Sikta, and probably
oo to Victoria, Vancouver's Inland, thence to
Oregon City and San Francisco.- At the rate the
work is now being pushed forward, all this will
j be accomplished . within two or three years.
Then London and St. Petersburg will be in direct
and instantaneous connection with San Francisop
and New York, rendering a telegraph across the
Atlantic Ocean quite unnecessary.
How long it will be before our islands are con
nected with the o'd countries by telegraph is not
for us to say, but it will be some time before
capitalists here will venture to risk laying fur us
a '2.V00 mile-cable at a cost of ,4t"0 a mile.
Tlie dream, if it has been dreamed, will not pro
Imhlv r rpfll i7.nl in our renders d.iv nnr our I
To Arrive. Several vessels are looked from San
Francisco soon. Ann eg them :
Clipper ship tjottt. Lerkie, to sail Nov. to 10. IW Nov. 25.
(steamship Rrpublir, Alk-n, to sail Nor. 15. Iiue Nov. 2S.
Clipper ship Lld'ijr, to sail Utter part of Nov.
The ship Sea Serpent has probably gone paM, as
she was to leave on the 4th. The steamship Repub
lic is commanded by Cupt. Allen, who visited our
port in the steamer Surprise some four months ago."
He is reported to have sold thai vesel in China at a
handsome profit, returned ta San Francisco,' and is
now taking out a second atid larger steamer. Tire
stories about bis being a secessionist and privateer,
are wholly unfounded, as all who know him person
ally can vouch.
A Hard Pcll. The steamer was thirty boars on
her last passage up from Kauai arriving at ber dock
at 10 P. M. on Sunday nijjht. ' Oa tlie passage to
Lahaina she also fell behind time, arriving at that
port a little before noon. Ou both passages she had
strong winds and currents to contend with.
Sailors' Homk. The reports of the proceedings
and officers of this worthy institution, will be found
on our fourth psge. We are glad to learn that the
Home is now free from all debt.
Fob the East. The Comet, under command of
Com. Paly, will sail on SaturJay next, taking the
American and European mails. Files of the Com
mercial cm 1 hid at the counter frr mi!in7.
" Thomas Daniel !"
AND FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED.
VSPL,EXIII ASSORTMENT OFCOOIJS,
expressly selected fer this marrrt, uiu.isting in part of
Case printed coO"T.;, various styles,
' superior white shirts,'"
" ordinary shirts,
white hirtin-, assorted qualities.
" laa-lapolams, ' .
u brown cottons,
" ' cotton andershirts,
- (ilk handkerchiefs, assorted styles.
Cases CLOTIIIGr I
Cases huckaUick toweb,
" white IiDen cambric handkerchiefs,
u liwo damaok for table ciotli,
" damask napkins,
" m .f (Uitn netting,
" table oil cl .th,
" silk nmhrenas,
Kale BLIE FLAYEL !
Boies white flannel.
j ,a black coburfs, '
f jrnrel coburgs,
. . . T " Brnsstd's tapestry carpets,
Cases nOGSKIX SADDLES !
i . ....
Caet common saddles,
" ladies' riding hats aMorteil styles,
" T D pipe,
2.5 Tons KICE.
UASl'HKKUV K RIII,
fur s;ile by '
A, I. CARTWRIOIIT.
For sale hy
A. D. C A R 1' Wit I G UT.
VLSO KOXA HONEY,
For sale hy
Cal. Wine Vinegar,
Su.ed Pij's Feet.
A. D. CARTVYKIGIIT.
For sale by
lieat Meal, '
Jenny Lind Cukes.
A. D. CART WRIGHT.
Malt! malt:: malt:::
For sale by
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
For sale at retail by
Cal. Family Reef,
A. D. C ART W RIO AT.
CAL. OAT II A V IN HALES,
Maui Oat llav in Rales.
Y'jr sale hy
Mancaue Hay in Bales,
A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
CURRANT JELLY. its kU
Preserved Peaches, "
Assorted Jams, in glass and tins,
For sale by A. D. CARTWRIOHT.
PICNIC CRACKERS, ? ' .
, AVine Crackers,
A. D. CAKTW RIUHT.
For sale by
Assorted iron, !oiler plate, sheet iron, cast steel,
fencing wire, sheet lead, pig iron, etc.
WH.TE LFflD HUH ROILED All ! CR 1 LoaT'susar? A R
Aiaat-c Situ, a cougar,
rrcsn xsomeu lruiiM.
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER I
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER!
CLASS CLOTH PRESSER I
NEW STYLE IIEMMER!
NEW STYLE IIEMMER!
NEW STYLE IIEMMER!
The G rem teat I mpreremeal Iwvraited!
SlAKINtJ AN XN'TIRK
NEW STILE MACHINE I
Fonniiif the Justly celebrated LOCK STITCH, a.kuowledifJ
by all to be the
Fwlly Snil.farte.ry for Fansllf
IIr.r.f.ln!u Vr.vpmli 1361.
J ANION", GREEN & Co.
The shore Groceries are fresh and good sbick, and .elling at
price, to suit the times. Country orders filled satisfitrtoriiy
to tie head of Nuuanu Valley, or at the Cocoanut prove and
Waikiki. if dired. A. 1). CARTWRIOHT.
t nt Street-t. neai Hotel ? ree: S1.? 3m
NICW STILE MACHINE
Prices II educed Twenty per Ont 1
Prices Reduce Twenty per Cent!
WHEELER & WILSON !
It la tbe Cheapen!, most Dwrwble. m isrl Fnslrr
L'aderslssd -.hum assy slhrr Srwisia
SEND FOR A CIRCCLAR
II. C IIAYDEN, Aeetst,
Cornr Facramento and Montromery streets,
ii il nyv ! r I l , . '