Newspaper Page Text
THU3uart jrorcMBcm 2s, inei.
r , ... - r t
v mMmtat tm M iUmm Morii tbe arrival of sesaral
N kMleM araa SarrJktaas nalna, all c arbkk Lave dcae wB.
Mi ikV Craf ttftmrm mi mm aa aranot of Irak ia le
. Wfcik, ttfsajaas, a aot prove very serfa-osl
m Tk4r asasiksiilrnail arrival is the brig t ram ie, C t.
Brt m m cmrf W lnir fro fwM tori. bba is
tk(MMfn1 that tack m rarra (J kuulvr ta TEla Ui Aafutt
. , Wat. By sJveruarasrnt, it (J be noln-d that "tf H oo Im
-i "t'aaior.a. . ,
. .Tb MrfrriMH ia takUar is ai Croaa the bark It utc HonlamJ,
aaU a Jl kill a Baa "Frsocvww early MH .
' 0uj "' J aeaUrr, li IV- t work Ua h
" a s mul acq, aad (Mar w avtUiay wctk twct-r W.th
ta rstaaa af fkor alMam, quae a Mann at atupa, now ready
to ara. UI Uto Uarir aVarfr.
Th CasCe feaav by Ik tfs aad U'-umtr ., aaiy
' k looked jc nearly.
Interesting Reports From
THE imUMG FLEET
- 'Sir- a. r
Taaea pTaoaalj .........................
Property lavs iaal. ......... .............
one fneoane... .............. .......
Cr.t if,om )-
JK iavsafaasaaa . . . . . - . . . . .. ...... . .
rca 1,171,07 U,OUO
TaHU SOUS IS aaTTta Com.
hip cf. Cearac, of Sew BWlta-d, 4v loo baa been tpeTeLa
ed ay Wiom far tha sua af M and trill bereaRcr be
rapaaeaa'. la tha aretaTnatac easiness.
Map Aara e4 Fairnavea, Inns, aa diciWyeJ from br
taat voyac. aa MM at mcUoo 13CO, losV. In srw tysubrq D
Mai. UoorDe, la J. B. Jordan, of B"Noo, tut 30.
Wkallsc karaaa Hi Urn AmfuUM, el Ui aawa Uoie. 270 tona.
haa W a itamiraara trwa tna wuaUug Imatnraa, a4 aold m ihm
Waat ladia Crad', fur $4,7UbV . -
Bbtp A alaaa, C Naw BcJIunl (tormerl eorMTed in the
wfcafl na; kaaianaj baa beca mu to (Mutica la &aa JTraaciaco for
S.OUlL ' '
Baraa Maramrtl Satt, aa ' Bxlfurd. 300 looa. with hr
vaalina; Inrtaury. haa lairo pwhaatd by Cauc Susurl tfkin
aer, tut livt, Bh ia la ba ntlcd fur a abort a-balina; craiae
ia Um Atlantic. Onaa aadcr cwnaiand of Capt. Anbroae B
Laadre. amcrly ataatcr of barqoa Sim, after vttica abe will
BroeaMy b eaycii in to amcuaot aemoe.
Barajtaa h. k. af eT Itadftard. n inly iHtrchaaad bjr o.
I bciac filled fur aea, aad vul load fur Ban rrauciacOb
Vdcoa, ia bciof I
MMa'i Pbaaca at Ilaaialaila, ia Drcraibrr.
dr. b. an. I ir. h. m.
N Mooa .... 1 3 44 A. I Full Mooo... 9 34 A. I
tvatUoancr .. 4 34 A- I LaJt Quarter. .22 11 SO M.
Rear Moon... Jld. So. ila.
(.ATICST DATES, recclrea at Ifcla UfBce.
Baa rrac1aca.........Oct. 31 i lVtlua.f i-aprra) .... Aug. 24
M lara.fBauml.tlct. 1 1 i lelrraikie ..Oct. 1
Tab. U. ......May la I Mcdbuanie, Aoatralia, July 20
Trm tis Taiscnro pr Ilarriaoo, Tuesday.
Foa LaaaiSA prr Kaotoi, lo-day.
titm lino per 5rtt Mrrrlll, to-day.
Foa Koaa per Maaaukaval, lo-day.
For Karaf pr Odd Frilov, UhIij.
PORT OF IIOIXOI.TJI.TJ. H. I.
Nor. 23 Aa h bark Martha 1st, CorctZ, &a fohaina, before
report rd. '
U Ilaa- h bark Florence, J Speocer, front Ochotak, Tia
nno, 10U0 a-n, I,OUU boor, aeaaun.
24 An bn Fraaeiaeo, iUrbtnoad, 31 daya from Port
Toariawnd, a-tth hunbar, ate to II. liaekMd a Co.
21 Steaawr Kilaaea. Berrlll. frooa rioda'ard rorta, wlui
19A baM puta. S balea faAffo, 93 bodl boor, 47a
lades, M hrta beef, 600 bap poat.a, 20 brla tU
Ifrw. 6 bnrtta eoat akina, a krra batter, "S barrria
23 Aaa wh iblp Jcarpbine, Chapasao, from BUo, befura
, rapartad. " f r ' , v
25 Aat wh ablp Soofh Boaton. ltandolih, Tm Hilo, before
feportcd, lay on and oo.
SS Scfc Netfla Mrrritt, Borrea, froea Hilo. with 24 balea
r and 40 baa puLu, 14 bkrs, 1U brla beef, 1 caak
24 Seb .Kid Frlloar. Candace. frooa porta oo Kaoai, with
13 eorda wood, 144 hides, 114 bjia pot, M brlJ beef
and pork. PaJia-aarr Mrs Harrey.
24 Scb Xauaokaaral. Darla. from aLaa and Kooa, with
faoras, aaure protl ice. .
2 Sen Mmkeiki, 5a41a, fta Kahnlu! aad Taialna, aith
aoe chain cabic. 2 piles oud. aiu. Ml pasaeorera.
2tV Aaa ah abj Mmarauaetta, Urecnr, frum I.aralna,
brfore rtemtcd. lay off aul oo.
23 Asa b ahlptliud fteuun. fi.u, retorned to port for
Sri Bch aLaaaut. tUrv. fraa lhaina.
l la tt ship Momrrai, rtoolr, tia 11 ito, before reported.
la off aad on.
27 Scb Maiwalilne, Kaheaaa, fcata KaaDiaili, srHtl S Krla
talkMr. 14 balea, 1 borae, a curds woud, aad s deck
27 8ca KnHiihi IT, Uarae. Cram Kaoai, aith 0 k-rs
bailer. VIA brla beef, Ji mat, bat-a, 'H bidea, UiO
Mos-. 21 rVh Kaia, "heyo-rd, fnr tUhaHav
23 Am barb f'nmet. t'ora. Faty. fur an Franeiseo.
28 Am ab ship Umxt Betara, Fiah, for Near Zeals ariVaod
3 Am ak bark OiaBI atr.Daala. far bam dirart-
23 Scb Hana. Coowtoek. f-a coast af CaUfuruia sailed
- '- aa TanOer ta U.a ark snap Orwa a
2 gjeaaaer ai ill lira, Berrli.lur lahama, Kooa, ami other
aruodvard P aaa .
27 Am srb bark OavarJ, AOea, fur Coast of California
CT rVig Vfmj-imcm. Rcluayxi, rrycrlM Ift Port Toarnsrnd
Oct. 24, aad aa M daa ta tat. N, lor.;. 12a W.t took
tha tradaa fresh ia bvt. 2S9. Nor. 9, apoke the brig Tanner,
from Rio, bcavod to "aa Trancisoo ; same day. alelited tbree
snips standiag ta tha northward, latter part of the passage.
Dad atroag utiles nan fhe caaearard.
VESSELS IN PORT XOV. 28.
Am bark Tankee, CTaVoo.
HaoaiaivAm. Us.a ahip Zartaa, Jaaaleas.
Itritiah bark Tboataa lamei. Alexander.
Am ship Harrison, Kaatarsad.
Am bnt &ect Anchor, gaya-ard.
Am brigt Joaepbiaa, atoaa.
Am brig Franctseo, EkadUBond.
Haa. brig Bcbs-inre, Oaseaa
ilaar trading brig Hero, Meyer.
Am Miss. bri2 Morning Star, Oelctt.
Ship Beinileer. Rayoor
Uood Betara, Fiah :
Kepuuiik, Beyer fBrem.)
tloatare, Millea (French)
Hiberuia 2J, Bampas
C. W. orgaa, HamiUno
Bark Martha 2-1, TOaily
Planet, DaOman, (OW )
Bark Cleooe, Sln-nnoos
. Bract raw. Turner
Oennan, Lubhem, (Old'p;
Vnjamin Hash, liiu
Martha lot, Cornell
Flurax, Joe. Spencer
Brig Victoria, Pma-lehrTg
Ahiha, Mais men
Waalers,29t Merchant Travria, 10 ; Coastara, 7.
Wasuraa or TBS Fobt. ooth Btaitoo, Randolph ; Maasa
ehaaetta. Ureeua s Tboisaa IHrritawv, bteaaxt ; Mootrral, iiuuie.
Coaaraaa n Poar Nettie Merrill, Kamoi, Manuokaaai,
Odd FaVtoar, Kunrbimaht I-, Kalaaaa, MoWkai.
For Baa Faaaoaro oer Coatet. Nov 33 Capt T Brown, Dr
toith. H 8 Baberrk, DrllR White and arrant, 1 Jooen, br ,
L H Uolick,T Uultck, Capt Labajte. capt J s.inaeriDert;. vapi
M Clinaoarstrom. tieo TbntBSa. J aria OracUa, Joe Bdva. rrana
Joaepb, Q eaney, Cbaa Bebard. J skinner. J Falter, J Knot,
Mr Hartberu Cbas Saoilh, J Z ifcicilra. Joba t'iU, 31 Daroae,
W B Moores Jtv.
For New Buroo per Ontario, Xor 28 II W M'Coagbtry.
From Wisdiiu Pots per Kilaaea, b'e. Si Capt Wood
aad artfe. Mias Bogera, Ales MeDoff, Alex McDonald, one other,
and ISO deck iiaaei nan a.
For Wiaarwaa roars per Kilaoes, Nor. 86" W II Pease,
Taos Camaiina, O W Vary, and I SI deck passengers.
From liiLO per Nettie Merrill, Nor 2 Jaa Atillman, Jaa
Buckley, J King, aad 1 deck passengers.
Reeaaraa or la.T Burut lift Fatt. la thee day.
a was fcvaaema has aaasa a awaaa a a
a in tbia naantry. tbe Skuviox tabi
aboaraag the earaaaa saucn frusa akaAth. atae nauuus drn.c
taanr aiianasr laomina. awr aeaa iaeraUfa-1 mt mwa.
.AraaTsrt af Ua iMiRicwHaua Lfajtol Jiiia'Jim.Wr t'e
ya aadiag Marah 21st 1,1 : tlSZl&'Tt
Bsrrsa... ..1.. . .... ---..-.---- ls.ti l4i
........ . a."4R-ls
AtmnmaUn in aur enfr-r-T utertT I 11 iaj.ia
A wart of rrrn rrcnue of the Frrbrit keiptreaa eatiuutted
fur tlte year lSi
-taad las ar......4. ....FM UMM
UcmutBUkmim... . - 2&t.42,ujtl
Lrsan sTxvtaw I sa. i . 4 CMaaJ
dial aaa oa haar-a..... . '.VAaVMU
Coetnene. ranoaa...... l.rvijo)
wrar irotiea. ....... ........................ "l.'SrSM
baua aa wines, etnrxa aad other beaerag- a. ... 1 J.w
Tebaeea aov'r-.....' -Ui.aou.uuo
Oaapiwaar aaaapar lu.4r JUJ
Fianerira aad Fureata..... 4lll.uuO
Bait Tas. ......... ............ ............... tj.ibArt
piatiMfiee ineoaae.... ................ ........ 0i7'..0JO
tnai Laada... , , It.t4u.4uu
MangaUoa boea 4,441,UbO
Tariooa datea and soarees af reaauBe. incksliug
l lawial aad Faraaare Tax. keajstrr. fubtttrTT.
Theatre, cte 4 .'1.876,700
Paarr In this city, TaeaUy,' Sor. 2. 1S6I. Mr. Jovph R.
PVatt, of Boaloo, MaatL, IT. 8 . A, aaed 40 years, 4 monUat aad
Jloitaua At tea, October ft. aa board bark Thomas Daniel,
Wuliam Morran, aged 1 years, a aaare w
He itU from the bra-yard apon the deck while reefing, and had
Inc broka, from which tajory be died. lEngush papers
''acA'the r.S. Hospital, Uonolala, X"' -f1
Donna Boooa, lata of wbaleahip Congrtss. ile beionped to
2JaSectadyVN. V. He bad bees saiUns-oatof UU portdaru-e;
B.nrT-Jr 11, the T. 8. Hoapltal. Ilooolalrj. Erra
H. BeaUy- -
Atolm. On oop lat page will be founJ n inter
esting comwD; '1 10 tba forD;tKn .f
Coral exU " '
of Art an l Scienctt.-"
? -5arSa TvSTa- a
XT ?:' taor. IT. tr,j.in, Hiiri.lwn, r j-.n I,-ft H..1W
lta!a April 2T ; wr.t on r t-k. May ; f nr. I agrr.a-d-al
cf c and f' at Mr ury tay tlurifi Juit. an-1 July,ar.l li.W
scarry at firit. VJ"-rt into ISe ,oie p.ay ari.i.. ai.l rru:d
tlire d jrfng Awl ar.l Sirnb-r, ar.I fxjn-1 wl.i'.- pl-i.ti'o
tl-n ; lk 6 olIa llr. .'atur-'l r Cr t J-.tue ZC,
UJ4 - 02 N Vicir 1U CO . ; Ut cue 'aTOrl...- t i:y -t-1
Kb. Baa aws-t whal-a in Mi-ny Bay. 111 .li-n'-'f f-l
waHi tbr-airtKait tb . . 14. o4T K-"t :ey. bad
a beay arnw iba-m. T'k nrfl.t lnU.! -e r ght sl.ile
tro- k art h.t one rirht atjuVand fuor U.m,, fit tl.r-Ai.-h
areitltit. ID 1 bad wtber, which would y ii.tre Dia.le us
tiu alt liuw brla liar, araat-n i two f our ahal were I ir ?4Hi
a rrrM wlal-, mode 2j7 brts., tlrf; tr.r, a b-.wti-a.i. 1T'..
Sir. J Jin Williasaa, S.1 f5-r, l--d bit luind KIIy irjurr-J y
Ui' boratir of a 4r.u-a-uii, while fn t j a r.wlit a ltalr ; hr has.
Lowert-r, rtcuvrrrd fruaM. iujiirit-, tut has rallj. iT-ftiiif r.
Let the OeVx.k an.1 came throueh tl.e Miih .v.-i:r Oct. Jii'ii,
and haI tirht 9 E. wir.U. t r three Iay ; 'Sr.U, la. i'i- Zl N ,
lar 1T3' 10 E., ener aiiUrl a ttrrre rate fr -ro WJf.W
whirh layded -r 19 Ikici- ; we UiJ-b uulrr bars i-.Iea w r 14
.cars, ax.l pet the sutrUauI xul buw-ttoat off iLe craita. T--k
he tradea trcg in Ut. 'M 9 aoJ carried them t-j the iilanja.
tnuched off ' wo the 12th SivT., al arrived at lluiiulu'u
arxt day 20 days insssre.
' JTJ itriar Alfkx, Mastaen, rei.ts Left H reaulii lec ILL,
and Srtt erolied oo the Line, where we tuck (ur ;rm ahjlea.
Next went to Ascension, Ooam, and Japan Sea, but saw no
whales daru.g tha tiena. Weal oa the Octratsk ia May, and
f -nand ice plentifai, but weather r- Crutsad in 9.W. lsay ail
the season, aul f'Und wLaVa Priiti!ul during Auu.t, S-pleni-bcr
aad Jcajfcer, bat rather al.y ; Uak our first whale Oct. 15,
atd the last one during September, In the liy took in all arm
erliales. One cf oar men, the cooper, name nnktK.wo, died the
th.rd day after leaving llioolulu ; also, a nalire of this group,
named JuLn Maul, died four day prijaa in our arriral. Left
8.W. Bay Oct. 19, anJ had tolerably gnu! weather down, w.th
the exeaptioa of two light gales, in which we lost two boats off
the cranes. Reports baring left aeeeral vessel in the Bay, but ou
arrival here found they had all come in before htm.
XT Chip case aa, Greene, re porta Cruird the Urn part of
the seawsn, from April 14 to May 20, In the Japan Sea ; saw but
kw whales, and thoae very wild aad shy ; struck two, bat lt
tiiem. T'joched at lUkodadl on the 2M of May, and sailed on
the 2CUi I Ochotak. June S. to lat. 45 5 40 Nloog. 152 35
E., taw a ri;ht whale and bjok him. Arrived oa the 60 3 00
graind July I, bat saw only one whale while there. Pot away
fur the Shantars, and made the ice and land Jaly 7 ; found the
ice pieutifal and whales scarce. Took our first bowbead oa the
2ith Jaly, In 8.W. Bay, aixl the last in PhanUr Hay Sept. 21 ;
saw no whales after the 23d. Left Shaatar Bay on the 4th Oct.,
FelixtoS oo the 11th, and passed through the 60th patsage on
the lSih. From the long, of 165 3 K. to ITS ha.1 ties worst
weather I have ever known. T-xJc the first gale Oct. 22, in lat,
4t 10N.,lonr. 1643 gt froa, S. and veered to W.S.W.,
blowing very heavy ; laid-to ander bare poUa uoie 24 hours ;
lost atarboard boat, atove gangway-board, bulwarks, and pitched
away the martingale. On the 29th, lat. 43 lon. 178 3 K.,
took anoth-rr gale from S K- and Uaulel to N.E., which blowed
hard for 98 bears lost main tipsail, mlzen-ataTsan. jib-buom
with all the sails ami most of the ringing attached. After that
bad three days passable weather, which was followed y another
gale fretn 8., which blew for some 8 boars , it then hauled to
the westward, and blew hard fur 30 hoars. While running
before the wind, shipped a heavy sea over the stern which broke
fasteninga to the roand-bouse and carried it foul of the wheel
Breaking both stanchions short off with the tiller i also the rim,
tfokes, and la fact made complete wreck of it. However, we
patched it op and sept off again. From aluut lat. 44 3 X., long.
170 3 W., bad good bre-xes to lire Islands. , Took the trad-s ia
lat. 34 3 SO N., long 157 3 10 W., varying from 8.E. to K. by 8
and was unable to make any Basting ; came closed hauled al
the way after getting the trades. Sighted Maui, and touched at
1 i..it.. on the lath Nor. Arrived and anchored at Honolulu
on the 19th.
XT Bark Flortncr, Spencer, reports Left Honolulu It-c.
25, and first went to Saypan, near Guam. Went Into the Yellow
Sea oo the 22d March, and cruised there till April 4, but aaw no
whales ; left there on the 4 lb, and went through :ht St rail into
the Japan Sea same day. Took our first right whale on the
25th, in lit. 33 3 45 N., long. 133 3 04 K. ; saw but few whales
and they were very sty, aad weather bawl. May 1, struck two
more rVht whales, but unfortunately lost one lat. 29 3 66 W
long. 133 3 E-j after that, up to the 19th, saw bat one whale,
and he appeared to have been chased, fr be was running like a
of Peroose into the Ocbotsk Sta ; fell in with the ice on tlte 2Jd
la lat. 44 3 20 N-, long. 146 3 05 E-, accompanied wifi thick
fog and strong S.E. winds ; did nt get clear of it till the 10th of
Jane. Next tried our lack on Uie " Wleat Ground rTUi-l
there till the 21st, but did not see any whales ; 23 J, aiMrd
Jonas Roek, with plenty of ice all around ; 2Cth, anchored at
Ay an, and left again next day for shanlar Kay, but couM pet uu
farther than Rocky Point on accoant of the ice ; on the 2Stb,
three boats left the vessel for Caroline Harbor, with provisions
tut the Tender, and arrived there, afu-r a passage of li days,
having endured some severe weather on the way ; one of the
boats got fast on a cake of ice. and was on it fr three days and
nights, es posed to heavy ik-et all the time, ami had it not been
ft the perseverance of tlte officer who had charge of the boat, the
crew would niaJoubtedly have perished ; however, they reached
the Harbor oo the 14th Jaly, in company with three boats from
the Isaac lloaUnd. Found the Tender and endeavored to get
her off, but did not succeed. The bark arrived at Caroline
Harbor on the 21 August ; previous to her arrival, the boats
had catured three whales lit the Bay. Found pVnty of whales
In Hiantar Bay, bat the ice was very troublesome and the whales
wild. T k our last whole Oct. 17, in Mercury Bay ; In all 13
bowbea.Il and 2 right whales this season. Spoke the Kinily
Morgan on the 7 lb Oct,, under Etlw.w Island, hailing 900 brLi,
BLd was boiling at the time. Left Mercury Bay Oct 21, in com
pany with bark John P. West and Camilla the former with
1200 brU, and the latter full ; the Milo was to leave next day,
also full. Had good weather on the pasag- down, with the
cxetptioo of ane gate frotn !.E, Ia which we l.iyo tlx hoars,'
lat. 40 3 SO long. IflO3 40 W. ; after that had the trades
atrong to the tslxmls. Toachd off Hilo oo the way, ami arrived ;
at Honotula Nor. 24. Was 22 daya from &0lh passage to this
From LivsarooL per Thomas laniel, Nov 19 133 tons coal,
&ri0 bas r:ce, 3 boxes pipes. 1 truss pajier, 5 cs coufectionery,
6 brls sami, 1 case French pipes, 1 rae books, 14 casks ash, 1
cask palm ml, 30 brla rosin, 3 Ire paints drums paint oil,
Ul hh.l. sle, VMt cae. SO caeka and 160 brU bottled beer, GO ca
cliarnpatrne, 100 cases gin. iM cases fruits, 1 case ami 1 cask
hardware, 120 batra soil, e7 eSirs, 253 cases and 10 bales muse,
t0 cast-iron pipes, 30 do. thimble and water cock, 1 iron kep,
S10 iMtrs iron, 41 bars angle Iron, 41 bars flat iron. 15 tons pig
iron, 105 mils aad 46 plate plated iron, 5 sheets lead. 20" tells
hoop. 6 keg nails, 2 bdls steel, Hi bUi iron wire, 1 case and 1
frou Tasxat-BT per Francises. Nor 24 120,132 feet much
lumber, 20 M feet dressed do 5,010 pickets, 20 M shiugles, 1 i
For Fas Faasci-HM per Comet, Nov. 23 13 hales wool, 0
casks (li,&71 rails) whoa, 1.001 UU (ll.Ou4 lbs) wh il hone,
478 bales fe5,"5 lbs) r-ulu, 2 bales (219 ffo-) funiros, 8 brLs slu-h,
2-"9mats(10,2Jl tbs)sucar, 1230 sack packing salt, CI J do.
Hoe dairr do- 677 do. best do 4 cases table do., 2 cask and 1
Case blocks, 2 coils rope, 2 chests. 1 trunk ami 7 boxes personal
effects, a hides. 10 mils goat aklns, M mart'le slab. 2 reels
Iread l'fpe.1 box fur, 5 casks tUe, and ae smau store m
transit from bark Yankee.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28. V
II is Majesty tub King enjoys the prerogative
of convening the Legislature wherever it inay
please him. It has been suggested that it would
be a good innovation, should that liooy be
ordered to meet at Kailua on Hawaii, where he
has found it more plcaaant to reside t'.uring the
past few months. Such a change, if made,
would be attended with some beneficial results.
It would remove it in a measure from the out
sido " lobby" influences which always operate
more or leas on both branches of the Legislature,
and leave the members more free to act accord
ing to their own sense of propriety and duty,
A session at Kailua would teet the patriotism of
those honorable members, wboee chief object ia
getting into the Legislature appnars to be that
they may enjoy a visit to the metropolis at the
public expense, and have an opportunity to at
tend auction eales at the same time that they are
engaged ia the arduous labor of making our
laws thus killing two birds at one shot. If
some resignations do not take place among the ho
norable, ihouJd such a change be made, it would
be because they possess more patriotism than is
generally attributed -to them.
Hut more particularly on the question of re
trenchment or a reduction iu the expenses of the
government, a session at Kailua might prove of
public benefit. One great obstacle lying in the
way of a reduction of ualurk from their present
exorbitant rates, is the fact that members, out
of ecwion hours, are constantly beset with im
pnr! unities by interested parti. atiiiht any r.-
duetin in tLis man or that man's salary, and on
the other hand are urgently j r.ts.1 to move an
inra., the r.-sult of which has Iwn that some
salaries have be n raised above their defce-rt, while
ot'i-Ti receive l--a than they merit. A larg-i
jr--portion of tlte government officers reside on
Oabu, and the infla- nce brought to bear on the
Rrpre-nLitJV., and Nobles too, on every question
coiulng ujv ii v. ry r.at. The tendency of out
side )-!. ene'-s alicays to inert use the apfiro-pri'!tijrtsrll-in
tr never to decrease them.
If thi- can !.e ?rken up by a removal of the
-..'a'.? of h-.l lln tl.e I-gisl.iture, even fr one
t.-rni, it v.)lM 1' a public b.;net.
niuTenl from the capital would
tend, mre thn anything tl-e, to reduce its
l-.-ngth, and c.nstij!it-ntly its c-jot, fr the-re would
nut bi t!i.? inJueciuciit to prolong it that exists
here ; whil? memtxrs will Cnd less to detract
th.-ir atte ntion from the fc-.-n ice wliieh they have
engag-.-d t je-rfurm.
The princitl o! j-.-ction to the removal of the
Iy-gisLiture fr .m Honolulu, to such a distance as
Kailua, h thie, that in all cau of reference
t- piiLIIe reconl-4 for information or statistics
rtuitjing to the busineps of the Legislature, .
it -would create Some delay. What in Hono
lulu could b; learned or answered in a day
or less, . would, there require two weeks r
hapn. Tliia is a strong objection to a removal,
and might prove niore serious than is anticipated.
Still tl.i advantag- s would be s.j great, that it is
a quivtion whether tin-y will not so greatly out
weigh, a V render a change beneCeiul to the
public welfare. The sulject is one worthy of
eon.-Merution, and should the King decide on the
change, it Would doubtless be acceded to by all
7 The 1-ist isoue of the Polyntsian contains
a Column of tirade about missionary interference
with the circulation of the PakijriLa. It is sel
dom that we bee a number of that native aper,
its editors or managers evidently having yet to
learn the first reciprocal courtesies of newspaper
publishing, and were it not that the Polynesian
refers to it occasionally, no one would suspect
that it appeared weekly. From the latter we
learn that the pajc-r is becoming a bitter oppo
nent (as the Polynesian has long been,) of the
American missionaries, and is now encouraging
its writers in open attacks on them, and on reli
gion generally. This the Polynesian Tauntingly
describes as "a mental revolution going on
among the native j.pulation."
One of the causes of the division in the native
society which was originated for the purpose of
establishing a new pajer, as we have been in
formed by the members, was this same sub
ject of attacking religion, and holding it and
its supporters up to public scorn and ridicule.
The debate on these questions waxed so strong,
with the aid of good brandy to enliven it, that a
division took place, the one party calling for a
sheet tliat would gratify their, desires, the other
taking opposite grounds. If we are to believe
the Polynesian, the Pakipika is fast bringing
itself into that position by the aid of a few ultra
supporters, and proving itself to be a " vulgar
and scurrilous sheet."
We do not believe that any intelligent body
of natives can be found, who, left to themselves,
would conduct a paper for the avowed object of
counteracting the good influences of religious
truth, as taught by the American and Catholic
missionaries) the same religious truth, which is
the basis of America's and England's freedom
unless incited and encuurajtd to such a course
ly foreigners, from mere personal and sinister
motives. It is easy, however, to conceive
ll.at c ...,1 i , v tftf., , J .- ...,ww .
I foreigners, can be made subservient to such
an object. It ii intended, we suppose, to make
that native paper a counterpart of the Polyne
sian an engine to check the progress of truth,
and throw in its way every hindrance that malice
can invent. If such be the case, and any one
reading the Polynesian's remarks can come to no
other conclusion the native paper will prove a
failure, for no paper can be made self-supporting
in this kingdom, that is established for the pur
pose of ridiculing religion, or bringing the eup
porters of religion and virtue, into public con
tempt. . . m .
Wc wish here to correct one or two erroneous
statements made .in the PoyMj(in. First, it
a'sserts that every journal hitherto issued iu the
Hawaiian language has been published by the
missionaries or foreigners connected with them,"
&e. The line, which has been published for the
past six year", his never received any of its sup
port from tha missionaries ; but has been pub
lished solely by the government, as its only organ
with the native population. Mr. Fuller, its edi
tor, lias never had any connection with the mis
sionaries. Again, it is asserted, that " they the conduc
tors of the Pakipika are unable to account for
an opposition as unexpected as vehement," &.c.
Whatever opposition the Pakipika has met, has
been called out solely by its own course and
character, and if its conductors are unable to
account for it," there can be little question that
they are unfit for the service they have under
taken. If the P. has not been encouraged by
the missionaries, the public and especially all
intelligent natives, will justify them in refrain
ing from aiding a paer that seeks to oppose
them and the benevolent work in which they are
Speaking of the Kuokoa, the Polynesian says,
as a general thing the natives repudiate it."
This statement is entirely gratuitous, and we un
qualifiedly pronounce it to be false. Although
but three numbers of the Kuokoa havo been issu
ed, the list of it3 subscribers has swollen to 2710,
and is steadily increasing by new names added
each week, many of whom pay promptly in
advance. Not a mail arrives that we are not
importuned to issuo it weekly, but are compelled
to defer its regular tveikly publication till Janu
ary 1st, when we shall receive our supplies of
We wish the Pakipika no harm, but if its
advocates and supporters atiempt to establish it
by fatsflutods, we shall not hesitate to expose
them. No journal can long stand on such a
basis, and we advise the Polynesian, when advo
cating the interests of its protege (which by the
bye is not the " people's journal," and never can
become such, with its-present management,) to
adhere a little closer to the truth, for its own
sake, as well as that of the other.
DKC1SI0N BT THE MlMaTEB OF FINANCE TOCCHISO
Reysnce. Taxes, etc. Conceiving that the publica
tion of such decisions may prove of public utility,
both for general Information and to prevent repeti
tion of appeals where decisions Lave already been
made and a precedent established, we intend from
tiaie to time, with the permission of the Minister, to
publish the substance cf .his decisions upon such
. . . . i
questions aUecuog the revenue laws, asstst-meni aua
collection of taxes, rtnJ other matters coming withm 1
Derortmpnt .Mr. 18. IIlW. St. .VuT. Co. '
Appeal regarding payment of duties on coal pur
chaseJ by tbera in bonJ. The Minister decided" that
coal pnrchrtsed in bond for the use of the etearaer
should be allowed a free entry unJer the provisions
. . . . . ... j t e -,o. x- ;
r the otn Art. ci the tuaner 01 satu oieaui .iaviga
nn f'noinanr. -Vir. !?0. French u-haleshio Gustave.
Appeal ff mitigation of judgment rendered by the
A-lmiraiiy t ourt 01 iionoium, ueortreiDg mc iunei
nra cf tha vretsel for emui'r'.ini. The Minister, act
ing under powers conferred by the C33t.Ii Sec. of the
Civil Cole, remitted the forfeiture of the shin on con
NOTES OF Till IVHF.K.
Mo-t IIuseibls Mlsieb. By the arrival r f the
ship Montreal from Hi!o, we learn that a most horri
b'e slaughter was committed cn Sunday E'ght. N v
vembcT 24, tear Kaapaku'-a. (MetcalPs Plantation.)
some twelve miles from Hilo. Full particulars have
not yet bten received, but it is stated that Mr. John
L!y, the old Pilot of that pert, was ki'.led, and also
his wife (a ua:ive woman,) and an attempt also ma le
to murder the wife's mother. The latter was still
alive, lat no hopes tf her recovery were entertained.
A hatchet and tnife were found in the house, which
had evidently been ued ia committing the rrurder.
Capt. Kly was an Fr.glishmsn, about 70 years of age,
who haa fjr the Pi-t few yetrs been living en the
fruits of Lis industry ia earlier years, having ac
quired property Fupr-osed to auiour.t to s. nie twenty
five thousand dollars in money, besides lands and
dwellings. The purjxise cf the murderer was no
doubt t obtain po-se-sk.n of the old man's money.
Strong suspicion hns fU"en on certain parties, but
until the result of the judicial ei&iuiuaiiuu is had,
which was bting hell at the tliie the tb':p tailed, we
i rtfiuia from giving Lames.
Hcsaways. On WedneIay list, the horses at
tached to A. U. Bates carriage, took fright and ran
! away. The family went out to K.tp-ilama for a short
drive, and while the carriage was s!-ind'ii.j near Mr.
Zupphiu's house, 5i.to nhich some of the party had
gone f.,r a few momm?, the bursts Wcanie frighten
ed by an umbrella w'aich a gust of wind tock from
the L ml s of the person holding it aud carried it on
to the horses. Miss Ilittie Judl, one of the ladies
in the carriage at tbe time, was thrown out on to a
pile cf stones, and seere"y bruise!, the others escaped
Oa Monday, Ir. Ford's fine horse, wishing a
little more exercise than the Doctor gives him, started
Olf from Queen Strett, with the pig attached. Ou
turning into Nuiiulu the horse slipped and nearly
came ou his side, but soon righted himself and kept
on, turning up King street, leaving his wheeled en
cumbrance for others to look after. After running
a short distance, he came to a halt, none the worse
for the frolic.
FiRsT Koxa o? tiik Si:.aos. Sunday morning
hist the wind tbitted to the South, and brought us
our first kona storm, accompanied with abundant
rains, as refreshing as they were copious. The rain
that has fallen will prove a blessing to the parched
pastures and plantations, and will soon change their
dry and husky aspect to a cheerful green, that de
lights the heart of the grazier and the plauter. The
value of such a copious rain to our islands can only
be estimated by hundred of thousands of dollars,
increasing as it docs the product of the dairy, the
herd, the sugar plantations auJ every branch of do
mestic produce. Ia looking over our exchanges, we
see that our islands have not been the only spots
subjected to a drought, the past summer, but it has
been severe in the United States, in Chiua, Australia,
and probably other countries.
Tue Yankee Who would have thought, notwith
standing the rumors that have been afloat about ber,
that this beautiful craft was so unsound and rotten in
her ribs ? An examination has proved that many
of her timbers and planks on the quarter, but
especially under ber counters, were as rotten as punk
so decayed iu-leed, that had she met any very se
vere gale she might have sprung a plank, for there
was nothing to prevent it. All these have been taken
out, and will be replaced with the best seasoued oak,
making her better and stronger than the day she was
launched. It is a well known-fact that a ship which
has been the victim cf dry rot. and has had the de
cayed timbers removed, is more firm and more like
ly to remain sound for a long time, inasmuch as her
good timbers have been weil tested. The Yankee
will be such when she is again ready for sea, which
will ba about January 1.
Meteobs. The month of November, from the 20th
to the 24tb, is notable ah over the world for the ap
pcaiitiibu v iuring tne past tew eeuings
meteors have been observed frequently falling. One
circumstance, which would indicate their proximity
to the earth, aud their being under the influence of
its laws of gravity, is that they are observed almost
always falling towards the earth, though sometimes
they are seen moving ou a line horizontal with its
surface. If any of our readers have noticed meteors
of uncommon magnitude or brilliancy, it will do no
harm to record the date they were observed and their
characteristics, as the savans in older countries gen
erally are on the lookout for such trilled.
Vancoweh Coal. The brig Sheet .1 ichor brought
as a part of her cargo from Victoria, some thirty tons
of Vancouver Island Coal. There are two qualities
in the lot, apparently differing much from each
other. The steamer will give it a fair trial. It
will be a great benefit to us, if we can get our sup
plies of coal from so near a source, and we trust the
result of this experiment will be to induce further
shipments aud an increase of trade with our colonial
neighbors, for we can rest assured that they will be
glad to receive our staples, Bug ir, molasses, cotTi-e,
&C, in payment of all the Coal that we cau consume.
Japasesb Appoikt.mkst Dy circular from Chas.
W. Drooks Esq., Japanese Commercial Agent at San
Francisco, we are advised that he has appointed Prof
Wiu. Phijqs Biabe and Mr. Raphael Pumptlly, M. E.,
to fill the positions of Mineralogists and Mining liu
giueers to the Empire of Japan. From the action of
the Govt-rnmcut in authorizing the appointment, we
infer that it is intended to cause a survey of the Jap.
anese Empire. Such a ccurse would tend to still
further develope the mineral resources cf a eountry
which is still an enigma to the rest of tbe world.
The announcement of the death of Joseph It.
Pratt, Esq., will be received with deep regret by Lis
many friends. He was a native of Boston, Mas
sachusetts, but for the past eight or ten years has
resided in Honolulu, where his brothers and sisters
now make their home. His mild and courteous dis
position won for him a large circle of friends, and
bis death will leave a vacancy in our business and
social groups which time alone can fill.
E5J0TI.no Themselves. A company cf retorned
whalemen, numbering nearly one hundred, had a
feast on Saturday last, at Kikihale, and after it was
over paraded through the stieets with a large and
showy Hawaiian standard. They comprised some cf
the finest looking of our natives, all well dressed, who
evidently found their cruise North tbe past season
promotive cf good health as well as good pay. No
one knows better hew to enjoy a feast on shore than
a returned sailor.
ition of the payment of :? 1,000 and the costs. The
'rench Commissioner and Consul having applied for
mitigation of the above penalty, the Minister de
cline-! to interfere further. I'oly.
Beneficial. Last night that quizzical, comical
old darkie, Walter Bray, took his benefit, and it was
a stunner, all that be could ask for,
t)a ant otuer Mas."
The occasion brought out some cf the most original
and comical bits ever produced this side of Dixie's
Land while he himself is a perfect fac-simile of a
through-bred plantation darkie.
Thanksgiving. This day (Nov. 28tb) has b:en
designated as a day for Thanksgiving, and Divine
service will be held at the Fort street Church, at 11
o'clock, A. M.. rev. E. Corwin will preach. At 10
o'clock, there will be an exhibition (dialogues and
Epeaking) at the Stote Church.
A Holiday. According to announcement in the
Government Organ, to-day will be observed ay a
holiday, end government offices closed. The Rifles"
will turn out for target and camp practice. Two
prices are up, a gold medal and a rifle to be
awarded to the first aud second best shots.
Hope DETKaatD. "All signs fail in wet weather,"
and we have therefore deferred looking for our mail
by tbe Lotus or Jiepuldic till the trade wind sets in,
when we expect our mail of Oct. 10, now somewhat
Tue Comet sailed at 1 P. M. on Saturday last with
a fine South wind, which, we hope, will last her till
she sights the Farraleones, and enable Corn. Paty to
report himself at the rbick in Sau Francisco 12 days
Women's Hat. Some fi w weeks ago we noticed
the neat bats for men's wear, manufactured ly the
natives . f Maui and Mi-ioka:. We observe that hits
for tbe native women, ef domestic manufacture, are
becoming very common, aul what is better, they arc
improving in style and vaiiety. They are of tbe
Bloomer style, exceedingly neat and tbe most grace
ful sr".c!e for tbe native worrea that can be JevisL
fe' days since we siw some ma le i f colored mate
rial, ra' as colors inter wove:: which is a decided
ij-prv- cut over the dark brown color they are
?ncr . . These bats are made of a pecuiiar fie
grass, c-".--! tiakolo.i Hi finnd growing -on the
mountains, aad which is very abundant. We can
not explain tbe reason why they are sold at f.ur and
five dollars, while meu's hats are furnished at fifty
cents. The laLvr on the (tie w..u.i soem to t as
great as en the other. The Princess Victoria deserves
crclit fr her eJrts to er.Cjiirase this new domestic
manufacture ax;d to introduce the use vf the bats
among hf r Country-wcmen. It will sup !y them
with the most beeeiuiug Costume th.it cau be bad, aud
ail the better for being of home produce.
Hovse Breaking. On Fridiy evening lat, the
dwelling premises of G. Rhode, E., were entered,
during the absence of the family. Tbe burglars en
tered la the rear, aul af:er ruaimagii g about, hit
without taking anything of much Talaei " -
Z2f We are glal to welcome from Hilo, (even for
a short visit.) our respected citizen Capt Thomas
Spencer, of the Invincibu-s." Hilo now stau Is as
our second whaling port, having had 13 ships this
Stranoer's Friend Society. The next meeting
of this Society will be held at the residence of Mr.
Aldrich, cn Fort street, oa Thursday next, Decem
N'iTICKl-All Mrnitrrt tf the GOItll.LA
SoCIKTY, are hereby notified that a ieciul Meetii:e cf the
Society ill be It U at th.-ii rom. Tuesday Evening, 1'iC- 3, at
seven o'clock. Per OrJer of tbe B. V. '
It . . WILLIAM AXI'REWS. Secretary.
ATTKXTIO.V FIRST HAWAIIAN
slTt CAYALkY An adjnnrned meeting of the a'ove
i ' com-uiny, will be held at the rooui of Protection
Uook and Ladder Company . on S.tur.'.ay evening next at T
o'clock, for Uransacliou of business aud election of rueuil-er.
Per Order of
1L E. WaKemas, , t C. W. VINCENT.
N. B All persons wishing to become members cf this com
pany, sill please hand iu th Ir applicative to 0. W. Vincent, or
to It. E. Wakercun.
Dr. IIOSTKTTKIfS STOMACH HITTERS
should lie in tue rxKoes.ion t.f everybody lu the minini? region.
As a preventive of various dangnrous diseases to which the euld
seeker is liable, It haa no superior. While it is quite palatable
evea as a bererstre. it is speedy snd powerful in its effect-s upon
the system. In all cases of liarrhu;a. Dysentery, and the pre
vailing fevers consequent upon exposure, the Hitters will be
found invaluable as a corrective. No mau should enter Uxin
the exposed c;i:i; life of a mki-T without beii: provided with
Iloitettcr's preventive of stomach disease, nor should any of
those who are now engaeed in the occupation, fail to have re
course to the liitters. gold by all Dro.-t'isli and dealer every
3lat jTJnjxJS. 3Iat Ilafs.
7OR SATLTR AM OCT lOOO KAt'AI MADE
" rood substantial Mat Bsts, tn fo nr or Salt, at
2SWt . Voj UOLT ii HEL'CK?.
IS IIEREBV GIVEV THAT. HERKAF
TI.lt, the undersigned will not be refpotisiMe for any debts
contracted without his written order.
E. C. MeCAN DLKSS.
Honolulu, Nov. 23, 1S51. 2s5-am
I5bls. Carol iiia Rice ! and
CMALL MAMLA KOI'E.
77 'or sate by
II. V. SJtVEKANCE.
STALLION FOR SALE !
A LARGE STRONG Entire
,-Colt lJiiy Foaled in NoremlK-r, HW.
Got by iiutrted Sire, Oregon, out of an
excellent mare. The colt is large, very
tame and gentle, anil in first rate condi
tion. Apply to
K.. MOV f ITT
Fax9 Sale, si I5:n-;tiii.
A IIERI OF TA.M E CATTLE. SITCA-
tt te.1 at Kohnla, Hawaii. Coojia'.itig' of nearly UOO, of all
in ap:s, and all in ft condition.
The cows have all been inilkeil, and the calves handled, and
beine; a lame herii. uie well worUiy the attention of a ruiall
c.-ipin.ltst. The riht of a 4 years unexpired lea-e of 3000 acres
of laud at a yearly rental of $1-0, will be given iu.
?3S-lm JOHN TII03. WATERHOfSE.
JUST RECEIVED !
Pci rX,lioinsiJ--; Xsiniol,
A Lot of French Clay Pipes.
For sale by
JOHN CATTANACH, at the Confectionary Fi. re.
2sS-Cm Nuuauu street.
A very superior quality of
LIQUORICE JUICE !
A wure article for coughs aud colds.
A choice assortment of
CANDIES AND CONFECTIONS!
Fer rale t.y
J.J1IN CATTANACH, at the Confection iry Flore.
2S3-3m Nuuuuu tri-ct, one d.or from Kine Mri-t.
From San Francisco!
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO !
ALSO On band
Fine Havana and Manila Cigars!
With choice brands of
For sale bv
JOHN CATTANACH, at the Confectionary Store,
-S3 -3m Nuuanu street.
CALL AT THE
A NI EXAMINE THE NEW Sll'PLV OF
2. stock, coniist U;g of
Blank books, several styles.
Blanks, bills of exchange and receipts, in book form,
Fine eoi.se quills, penholders.
Blotting pails, memorandum books.
Bill files, lawyers' seals, schod reciters,
Ebony rulers, ink stand,
Kuletl and plain Cat cap, demy and royal pai-er,
Bristol board, drawiug pencds.
Index reruui, scrap Ixxifcs. record looks,
tiilt pock--t memorandum books, pocket books,
1'crfoiated board, boxes colored pencils.
Aud a large variety of Cbudreu's toy aud story 1-o.ks,
FOR UK NT.
The Cottaee occut-ied by the undersigned, cn Eerc-Lan-
ia SU For particulars apply at the Post office.
Terms low. A. K. CLAHK.
Honolulu, Nov. 7th, 1S01. 27-lni
A Tenant Wanteds
FOR THE ROGERS IIOI'SE. Water will
oe let on auu me place pui iu inorougo r--(iir.
jL U. P. JCIiD.
liouolulu, Nov. 21, ISol. 2a7-3m UuarJiaa.
1 ."( ISarrcls
Cill'ERIOR SALMON. PACKED THIS
0 fall, now landing ex Kus. Aui'c Co., ship Czarina.
For sale iu quantities to suit by
II. HACKFELD ir Co.
Honolulu. Nov. 16, 1S61. 2-7-Sra
The Cartoons of Raffaelle !
IJIIOTOGRAIMIED FOR THE SCIENCE
and Art lieu-irtmeiit of the Committee of Privy Council
on Education, by C. Thurston Thompson, South Kensington
Museum, Loudon, r.nglaad. . .
The series consists of seven photographs, 22x15 inches: .
1. Christ's Charge to St. Peter.
i- The Miiaculous I'raueht of Fishes.
3. Paul Preaenimr at Athens.
4. The Death of Ananias. . .
5. Elymas the S-urcerer srtuck with Mindnes".
6. Peter and John at the bealitul gale of the Temple.
7. The Sacrifice at Lyslra.
For sale by JOHN UIT3)N.
Honolulu, Nov. 19, 1V31. 27-lin
SEAMEN AND OTHERS CRUISING ON
the Mexican Coast, should procure a cpy ot tl.e Spanish
Primer, t ) l-e hail at the Ii .kst..re. Prior !. -la. '---."m
NKwr.PKB Patmkxts Not a Solitary subscricr
owes us a dollar ; on the contrary, we owe them four
more Journals ; but we are urinjt a plea f. r our ex
changes. s.mie of whom have stopped, others are in a
deadly drag, and rony tuore must fall into the same
oondeniiiatioti. some of tt.ecu losing the products of the
lat-or of a lifetime ; and all this because the men
whom they hive uVne so much to.aruuse, and in
struct, and gratify, whktliboid the rittaaoe of a dollar
or three, which they couid certaiu'.y pay, if they had
but the will. Sh iruc. a burt.irg eh-itre, to ail Mich !
Theorder of payment is cf great practical hunortance.
It is a ten-fold economy of hart iues :vnd health tj
pay ten dets averainj; a ilobar each, than to pay
eneoften dollars; br ten persons are rrat;fieJ. ten
boles are stopped, ten chances if litii dunned are
removevl instead of ore, ten annoyance are got rid of
instead t-f one ; for what is a greater annoyance, a
greater j ir on a sensitive mind than to be dunned for
a debar when there is not a penny iu tbe rocket?
You feel mean Irfvause you are so poor, and meaner
stiil from the consciousness that your neighbor hrs
found cut that you cannot pay a contemptible doiUr,
while if you know that be reaily needs it, mortifica
tion and regret are a Ide-i to the catalogue. The
smallest debt should la paid first, oa the presump
tion that the smaller tbe debt, the poorer is your
creditor, tha lea his ability to borrow, iu cas he U
disappointed in getting what you owe him, and the
less can he afford the time required in calliug on
you. Halt's Journal vf Health.
AT AUCTION !
Sclir. fc fc JI'AWKTTK,
IS TONS. WILL RE SOM AT At'C-
f't'X. HON, ON MONDAY, December lh, if U' di-)ed
- of by private sale bet.re. 2s 2t
For VICTOKIAs V. I.
THE FAST SAILING AMERICAN Eltia
H. RICHMOND, Master,
Will hnvc quick dispatch for the aboi r port.
For freight or iusage, apply to
25vit II. HACliFELD & CO.
L.US. S. 1. SI GAR. In Urg.
suiial le for the VitTia aud California
.A 4U ta.a7V
150 Barrels A 1 S. I. Molasses.
50 Barrels Hawaiian Beef,
Warranted packed and cured wholly in Turk's Island Salt.
Apply to CUAS. EREWEU 2i.
icw (Joods jXcw (Joods
flMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS J 1ST KE-
JL oeived ex n-ceiit arrivals, and offers for sale,
Fine White Flannel,
11 1 ue
Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs.
New style 01 Mauve prints.
Fine assortment of Crape Shaals,
' Irish Linen,
Fine black aud blue Cloth for ladies habits,
Superior l.incu T;.Me Damask,
Fine French lrmts. 'small attern,)
fcuieri.'r Family VI hite Cotton,
A suierior assortaieut of Silk Velvet Ribbons,
" Ladies' and Misses Hose,
Fine Linen Thread,
IJest Kuglish ail over llogskin Saddles !
GENT'S LARGE SIZE GOOD WHITE SHIRTS.
GENT'S MERINO SOCKS,
A FEW SUPER. SILK CMIIltELLAR, (Whale bone frames .
And a very extensive assortment of
Geiiei'iil ivroi'clitxiicli.sie I
Which is or" licing offered at grcs'ly reduced rat' s.
A. S. CLEUHOUN.
Honolulu, Nov. 2S, 13G1. -JMHJm
THE FOURTH NUMBER
ZVTJIMIV IvUOKOA I
a. 1 I.I. Ill IM;K1 ON MIIMIAV, lll
T V CEMiiblt 2d. During December, the Paper will also
On Monday, the lCfb.
Owing to the large supply of paper required iu its puldieation,
the weekly issue of the Kt'oaoA " will lie delayed till January
1, after w hich date, arraugciuviits have been completed to issue
it regularly EvfcUT ArLi.iJAT.
Each edition will consist of 3,000 copies; and as more than
23O0 names have aln-ady been enrolled as suhscriliera, there
is fTirrr protiat.tlity Uie etlition betnr; increased. No Bnniiuiu
for aiivertising has ever otlereil greater inducements to mer
chants and traders. A limittil space only will be allotted to
Subscriptions to the " Kt'oKOa, 2 CM a year. -.
Address II. M. WHITNEY.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
' . '
NO LEATHER PAD!
NO LEATHER PAD!
NO LEATHER PAD!
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER !
GLASS CLOTH PRESSER !
CLASS CLOTH PRESSER
NEW STYLE HEM. ME III
NEW STILE HEMMER:
NEW STYLE HEMMER I
The Grew text ImprorrinrHl InvrutetIZ
SIAKINO AN ENTIRE
NEW STILE MACHINE I
Forming the jut!y celeWate-l TTCK HTTTCH, ar-knowlmlge 1
by ail to be the
Only Slilcli Fully Sniiafnrtory for Fnmily
MCW STYLE MACHINE!
Prices Rrdnretl Twrnif per Cent!
I'ricea Hrilurril Twenty pr Cent !
WHEELER 8l WILSOrT!
It la the Chen peat, moat Dnrnl.Ie. anil Enaier
Cnlratoail than hb; other Se win;
SFND FOR A CIRCULAR
II. C. HAVDEX, A sent,
Corner Sacnimento and Montgomery streets,
Tiik Crtsi.tTios r-r Mi-ki ti.The condition rf
Missouri is rnosi -ilorab!. Civil war, iu it ino-t
horrid tidui, rages c. r the leug'.h ai.d I rta ltU . f
tl.e State. The acc tin's that rrach in from that
unhappy Commonwealth remind rta rf tl.e atnK-i-tiea
of the coii.(uest of the Ik beuiians and tbs
bloo.lv annals of the Thirty Years" War. Lvery
hill and valley rr- und with the tread of armed
squadrons, lb -h! cry and pi mi b-r are the or br of
the.liy. Towns are sacked, fie! In ure rivr(.-e-l. tl o
hous-s of tine G't ndtnir citiien are burtif-l over tl.rir
heads, railroad tracks are t..rn up. brl.l.s are Jes
tnye.1, entire couijti.H are bid wsale by the spoiler,
tnurJer by the bavnmt. the halter an 1 the fago'. '
thes are the record cf the ' cuneut l--j id " t f the
X1 O 2L XX X
I, - -r-
"Will l-x o 1 Ioiioliilu l"r
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS,
On .MONDAY NEXT, December 2u
Al half-pnat 4 I. M. preeiaety.
ON Tl'ESDAY, DEC to, FOR KONA.
ON MONDAY, DEC. lO. FOR HILO.
ON Tl'ESDAY, DEC. 21. FOR KONA.
JANIilN. GKHKX 4, Co.,
Honolulu, Nov. ISf-I. Ajei.n H. S. N. Co.
ij l: n
"Thomas Daniel !"
AND iOH SALE LY THE UNI) ERs-'I (.IX F.H .
V SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
expressly scli-cted fer tliis market, consist mg iu part of
Casts printed o .lions, various stxles,
" superior whits shirts,
" orlinary shirts,
" white shirtings, assorted qualities.
" browu cottons,
' silk haudkerchiefs, assorted slyh-s,
Cases huckabark towels,
" white linen cambric handkrrchi
u linen damask f r tal.lc cloth,
' damask uupkins,
M mosquito liettiu,
" UHle oil ckKb,
" silk unbr:llss.
II.iIom Itl.I i: I LA WI li !
EaKs white fiaunrl,
44 black lustres,
44 Mark ci-lmrps,
44 flurrl coburf s,
44 lirussel's tapestry carpets,
Cases all IIOGSKIN SADDLES !
Caws common saddles,
44 lailies' riding bats assorted !yl-s,
44 Til pils,
2. Tons ItlC'i:.
Assortrrl irun, lxjiler jlab?, sheet iron, cant etei l,
. feueing wire, bbeet lead, j-ig iron, etc.
WHITE LEAD AND BOILED OIL !
B i t s! i ISol I led Friiilw.
ice, ice., icC.
JANION.GUEKN ft Co.
Honolulu, Xovam'ier, lftCl. 2S"-3ra
JUST KECEIVED PEIi
" YANKEE!" and "SCHWINGE!"
FAMILY GROrERU FEED STORE !
For sale by A. I. CAUTM KUillT.
For sale by A. II. CA 111 WKKJIIT.
MATS NO. 1 CHINA RICE,
For sale by A. I. CAKTVYUJlifl r.
Lee oi; J'.-rrin'a Worcetiter .Snuee,
For sale by A. U. CAIlIW ItKillT.
RASI'UEKR Y Sl'Rl'P,
' ' Olives
For sale by A. II. CAKTWKMHT.
-1CRR A NTS,
For -Ie by
Oranf I'.. I.
A. T. CART WRIGHT.
Cal. V'ino Yitifptr,
Siiia4! I'i's Feot.
For sal" by " A. U. CA HI lip . UT.
CIORN ME A L,
' Wheat M'al,
Jenny Iinl C:ike.
For oale by A. I). CARTtA ItliillT.
MIA LT I M A LT !I M A LT III
For sale by A. V. C AitTWRIGIIT.
For sile at r-tafl by
Cal. Family lieof,
A. 1). C A KTWRIU AT.
CIAI OAT HAY IN HALES.
ilaui Oat Hay in l.al.-s,
Maneane Hay in Bales,
For sale by A. I. CARTWRHillT.
Cl'RRANT JEI.LY. in glass,
Preserved reaches, 44
ABsorte.1 Jams in glaw and tins,
For sale by A. D. CA RTY.UIC-HT.
Boston Crackers, , .
! AViue Crackers
For sale by I. CAKTW RH.IIT.
CKI'SII ED SI UAII,
Makee'fl No. 1 Sugar, -r
. ... .uJr,ir
Tlie above Oroeerios are fresji an.1 goi.l stork, and selline st
prices to suit the limes. Country orders filicd satisfactorily,
liuods delivered at the heal of Nuuauu Valley, r at the Co
coanut crove and AYaikiki, if desired.
SS7-3m Fort Streect, near Hotel hi reel.