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I. IT EST DlTES rrrrirrrf at Ibl. OfBre.
ITEOXCSDjr, U ARC II , IWi.
arrival th. rnn.p .Vary JTAUrsJ?. on Sanday la
11 aji HHr, w war In4 la receipt of advice fnaa Sa
rraeclaaa la X-w Tea, 'jr.J - IU and lea-
aoo, trraahJc) fat ja.
v The aaBarteria- Inee U shTp Jyau, as d-a. r.-d on
war 'jana par, aa dtp-, red cox bnacna at th-ir liXTu uil
tersspraa wn"rti and paar. A d led to tl delays
ad trrejnUrUia axteodiar " American a.ajrs. It make K ex-
Baaujla, lo Mr nastae Dm, aba art at a Irwa to
a tether letters toe; spar ted hare bra eociwraed. or ar
t.B to arriva. Tbe Ww probaMy em-re-4 those cl
Zaorra da af Jaaaary In, ar UiWxwu. aa4 i: a..l be well
tot rail iuibi law La replace loeir cLapaXci-- written aboat
: y ears la oar advertising exaaaaaa, it w.ij 1st Bean tf.al Mr.
A- T. vr-it baa estaMiaaM hirnaeif m the li.msf
an.arse at YlcWU. Mr C ha bens kc and favorably
kaosra ta anr rHu, ami bia lnrt;-a ai a port Letweia
vhjes aod nMll, a eanltra'4e ciumtTe I .vriDno ap.
eaaaot fa- I of acitm a tarosAt to aa iuim aa-1 asen-banx.
Tha lvcea naceival by A ftitrUg ultca:e the -mo ;
PibitfjtKj Barit a eaaaard rrry tEjK-ly. The rira-Ur of .
a? 'an a- Brooks. whicA we insert hrUmt ia su fuii, si farther
I tt Skip '! not.!, w have t ad no other averehant :
arrival acca ear hat ban. On Ux Ztst, the French whaleship ,
Tear earae lata a-, fnn a soctLen cr!e. The arts; i
ai!Ba o " euraaiLty frsea lb caaat. Tt-ir rswt
U1 U faond balow.
Tb br - , Clada1ck, aaled oa SatanUy Vie
aia,labn qaiitirf af amlta. aafrarvl aotxir. at aottced
toaarbataaar... , .
. Tae bark raaitr, wbick aaila to-day, ukat 100O barrau of
aa tha Rrindrrr, a-bw-b ror loraar I frtm &an rraoc'.M-
by- ahlp to Kcw Tark. baa baa atao aOU of aaar, a
anaacUy af oJa and a ftur aaa nr-r Iit.
Wnm llllo, bear af the arriral ttra f th r-r:r Tawrfo.
wUa Arro T laaber from Purt SotwL AUo tt cf lJe
vbaJcsblp Barntoilt, tm a SouUkto rm.-.
Ia local trade, a-a baa to report eztrrate dullr. aod aery
tern aaiea. Tba tilluariac any be gim aa corrrr.i qobtaeitna of
aor prod ace i
Bctiia Srarfc la aarkrt ia aoc bur and mzlpt rroca pio
atlaaa karitaL rim qualify ia bekt at S to 6jc rciHl quali
Uaa, ( ta Te.
Xoumo-Indl at la Me.
Blftaa So ebanjpa.
fnx Tha l rater realisad aa late abiptaenu iU eherk
sporu af this ardda.
ftoca Dooataete $11 fi; -t Califcrnla bra-xJ., $',2.
Corrac Doll ax 2Sc
Rjca Tba erperimauu la naktoj rle hullinj and poljuhinr
Mcfciaca karlaf rcaulted h aarttn, we ahail prv.' aMy l ate
prepare aooo aa marketable a quality of this arlirle aa ia pro
daerd aa where la tba Pacific I'p t tha there baa bea do
ragaiar traOe Id rice, bat the qoautity oow riprrau( will oa
taqoin a aukn.
Excvaxca On 8a a rraaciaeo, par aa the p ir ; acc am
udatia dra&dS 0 Spa oeot pres. '
an rraneiarn Msrrh i Ud'ii.iwni...
Wew Vo. Cfipr; ...rb. H I - u-lriirmi.MC.
tevrebic.Mftr. a I llnivkr.p Jr. l
Tahiti ,Jo yaurj. S. S. H....Nor. 12
PORT Or HOUOX.TJX.TJ. H. I.
March & Pen 'W 1 FW.w. t anda. trm nrVi aad K Jc.
wi b -Ai krt C'j"i u Kr. l.'l trt avx.aa-4,
Ti ar-a te pxroe. 4 hr.x f iDk. I li taior.
-F r-arb ah .SI ti-neri T'lr. trea run cd
-w Zir.l. anih 00 br' wi aai iwOO ;l Lut.
harlns tin ap-nt JO
clil lr ip Mary U f.nn li, Cr--.T. li
Ir ao -n r u I r !j I
T'rAtr ai:nl a..n on iS.t ith
2-3 JTJ5 M., fut gU ir.:, JI.i
tutnrr Kiiao-a. lrn.U fr-cn wiuJaar-l it. vi:h
i1" t-.i C4!t, I t r, 3 V i:i -.!. -J-
nope. T c-1 ce k IiiaU-r. 7 l.i la. Z
pat K.lta. AA jrae. Jo bwm h'H-y. i l.ivrs
1 rur.yu. 3 k.oit-r. baakrt wci.T.
Srh Nrt!e M-rr.,1. B-.rr. frt-m II. In. vi:i, T1 kr
a aiaia war. a kaiM aata. nm acbnn-v.
'i Kxr-u.rrci. IV. I.r, in. JJjoa awl Kai. po
with St eorla wrm afwt 1jO matnitne p,t.
2 Ha brie rv.rva. la-3L-irit. r m fcaiiviia LmJ,
4j or a th:
Miisippi river and a few ruile Wow its junc
tion with the Ohio river) bad evacuated the
town, which wa burned Ly thnt as thej left.
T.yj were retreating down the river, probablj to
jMujpLi'. Tb day after tb?ir dejirture, the
federal trtora tok yeseion. The rebels dj
not ajrar dipjioryi to fight, and will probably
id cr-mpell-.Hl it continue retreating as the Fede
ral forces advance. General Beauregard is
1 reported to lave joined the rebel troop m
Tennesef but it will take ruore than his tki'.l
' and bravery to impart to them necessary confi
dence. j A provisional Union Government was to
' be established in TVnr.osee, and Senator Andrew
J.hnon had left Washington for Nashville to
' organize it.
' On the Potomac, a forward movement had
! bK.-n made, and Harper's Ferry re-occupied by
, Federal troops, which secures the railroad com-
of vtiHhtr, and if one wishes to spak in Ha
waiian of lad or pleasant weather, he must re
sort to other phrases, as " bad winds," " hot
day" or gxd day. It is this sameuess of the
trie natives, to take liule tr no notice v.l it.
For certain purposes, it is w.-ll to know
the principal features of the weather and climate,
though perhaps, one year's observations may l
said to answer lor a century. The late Pr.
Ilooke kept a meteorological record during
published in the Hawaiian spectator, which is
probably as authentic as any that has ever been
kept in Honolulu.
During tho rast vear we have kert a Partial
TakC is a Rimept. Iu rrpljr to the rrtt p- litj pr
louoder, wno, wnunr !xit rtal irrrtrulwv.H-. ask. i there
tio rcnr!y V we would r that Ihtr is. ai a rry i-t6ci-nt
one. Tlx. ; a doccot apt ropnuUuc. To expvt tlir same rru'.ar
ity. fal nj atuntion fnm upvard of th irty employer, rrr sir.
!e UoTrrnmest f"C the hi-n-T v4 the thitf an.l without fay. as
if thrr wfrt wril r ra miKleratrlr paid. Nw vrry liule
Weather that leads foreigners, as it has ever led i ki'-wiedieor human naturr, aa J il a rroynn -d f.
I ti!i:iral calculat:.T. In the ae i Himal s. nu-Nnlr pr-ix-
and rri:aiar::y f tri; mi:. H-r!.ap ; lvymtsiaM.
The above is iutenJed as a rtp'v fcy the official
crgaa to a notice ia the I it Co awfrrij!, cf the mail
irregularities on Kauai, but it has aboat as much
application to the subject as a discussion of what the
moon is rn.3e of woM hve. An appropriation cf
i $10),000 or any other sum couM never of itself in
sure to us reiiable postal fici'.ities. Jut after the
issue of our paper, a letter w:is received from the
rostmaster at HuiaUi, dited March 13. siying
"our tardy m-iil has brought us four different tiuui-
e fvr Kt lrujry
ufuruis us that the mails for llanalei are sent there
record of the weather in Honolulu, and eubi-in
the result of the observations made. The thcr- f rso1 ,ne A""'. neP- '"
, , I f, lo, tal M irch lt. .Mr. I'ostaia
Fbom L.n.tNt.. We learn with pleasure that the
cultivation f cane at Lahains is progressing well,
ni the prospects tf the new sugar mill company
very fair. It is estimated that not less than 300 acres
are already planted, and, if required, at least 400
more can 1 put in. The size atd quality of tbe
cane is very superior large and juicy, and promises
to yield as much to the acre as tba richest cane on
tbe islands The sugar mill has bern ordered, and
is probably by this time ready for shipment from
Boston. Mr. A. II. Spencer, formerly of Makawao,
has charge of the selection, purchase and shipment
of the new mill. v
B Invitations have leen issued hy the lady
of IIksry IKfKFtLP, Esq.. Consul fr Sweden and
Norway, f r a hall at the Court House on Wednes
day evening, March 26, given, we understand in
honor of the officers of II. I. M. Corvette Calrrala.
Mareb 21 S-h Oil Frlt-jw. Cu.J,r. f.r II anal- i and Kit..
ti Haw. bark Hmj uuin kub. Chatlairk. tor icria.
2- ttramrr Kllaura. Urtnii. for Latiaina, Koi.a and
xhr win lar'l fw.rt
, ' SA Manonnawal. HaV-y, for Kmaand Kan..
4 - ' tr Yaur. Claxi'm. ?aa Fraoctaca, with
a full ear of bil, ta.Mr abd pa a.
.MK MO It AM) .4.
sjy mj.xci3co market.
Tae fcllawina vary laneawiu, Cirealac, iuel by Mrarra. C.
W. groats 4 Ca, was reeereed by the eHparr Mary IT kin Ujt.
It preaecta foil anwwaary of euoaaercial tiewa ap u the M.U-io-
of (fc ahrp v .
Sa Faascrstco. March 7, IMi.
wtxilarv -Siara ft diepatrti of ear Ix-t b-pnrt, cbrerln;
rwa baa rractml ns of emitiaaed rciirral vlcTui-. Utz the
wwOre eoaa) aad ft of aw Canledvrat fclmlta, viu( aaaur
aacr of aa early aohjainairia t4 the Mkyal Irmi. ry. Krcent
accoaota Snaa the rebeia ahow tbeir poUk to te a deapirrale
TVefnada wbkh larHy aBltctrd ear rate hare ent!n-ly
anbitd. and hreaera lock fc.rward to a yield of aitai unv
aaaied r pr-Kjwi ycarm. Uacb land baa been U-r-Cte-i by
aliartal Jwfiaea, aad voraoterr cropa, akhoaak l;Krly ta ripea
late, arowaae a be vary beavy la all taction a.
Jiatrcaai aufcaneia baa charatUnzal tar mark-t eonntry
aearrt ka-va kMobi been rrdaired an low. Tbie paat week wit
axaad the re.Mptninc of iotcrixr tmla, moving BKl-nu
aamanta of BMrchanuaaa at alieatly bartter ratra. II A Ur of
aawny atapira bare advanced their view, amler advices fmra
atlanite otira. aad la aaticrpatiaa larre n quirraieiits. At-
traKioa baa bera amraed very tsoerally to the light atnrk and
biah evat of aaany arrirlaa we ma tbe way la Uaa port, and lha
eaireaie atricseary of mtr awney awrket alooe accamoia P-r tha
Buie amrnatM In porcbaae flaring the paac fcTtmg .t.
The atalpi 'jranla, td Baraa. clearal oa the 271 h nit., la
bana-t, lloHfk . Inb-ndlne to dwli at l!olala. hat
wrae tntaPy deatroyeil hy 8r In oar tarbnr on the aiunune f
Karcb l. the day Bard - ber oVpartare. The tla -t s .i.ied
aoch rapid headway that all rireT to aare the mkI pmvnl
aaavailia. Sarrrral dearrtrra umf the crew were placed oa
board ty in pmtee preeioas to the fir, and are cuw to jil
awaitina a trial aa the auppoved IncendlarVa. Twelve bag (A
Caivd Statee antll nratw, reotre-l h-rr fna Febvoary li b r.
Martrh la. l-aenrted r llonnlata an.1 China, were confmed oa
enard. The eai I banted to the vibr'l edre. and the wrerii
wsHoaaoderwritera'aceMntaaUbjopootliebearh fur JiKAl
Tha reealta of Ilawaiiaa pradare bare of late ben TIbr. aod
aal caaaroarntly tiaiitrd. Oar aiarket rales aa foiiwa. vn
f taaa Hather avore Bravneaa an the part fd boblera. Ihooch
faiera eavierBlly mnaln uarh OH- Stnrk lifht, ail Ilawai
iaa aiack loaowvel fcr. beet Jlw. I, life aVlSr ; oxidiara !Vo. 2
rra.l-a lOoat lie a nedlaary in aata.wet China Na. 1. te St
wte 1 Chilemn plnibe. e 9 l'Je ( Moacoraao, 121c & lic
lat Bnauia crwahrd. 15 4T 10c
Motaanaa as Svacr Suak eatal aad arlHre fiwy at full
raara. Ordraary. Sue beat. Ije. a Trap in kva, ic.
Corsaa Marea awva araia adeaocea hi view of tight etra-t
aftWt,aad tba aauoratiaa of lacreue-1 dallra. Orrrw feai,
Zy fj i Java, 3dc Maoua, W3c Hawaiian, anoe here.
ajra Ueavy ffn Ml , faraeat and pnapceue. have
rather aoarttUnl the Biarkru Kaira have remtl fraa the
hiab a.tat recently attained aaoer a Uwirary an,rcuy. but
ante are readily aade at aaxtauotav Cbwia a 1. ee I aiyoa.
recteaaed, if t t araea-a, aa apint caaka, lif i soa of at;-r,
noaail kacnpcaof llawain are haknl tor by the Comtt,
aad aoahtleaa will comaiaial very fuU ratea.
al.l Mo-ieraie aalea, aod waarket well aapplieI. Coeroe
paL-tlaa-. tl i "oa dairy, (14 T taa. Macb wanted In tha
anterkar. lot aur r-ancted Inaa tack of innioruimo.
rTir Mora accaaiabktinc rapiiliy. the aoppiy beiruc far in
rtcere of eaaneaaiUion. Oaapetitnia aoaotic reenrrr la
eaaaed a Mill farther acfine. Salea are rrpiartol of &T0 bakra.
ea Sp4U, at j ut lie. Saiea -rll are at irrryuUr
Iteaart af brij Virtatin. DaarUbrrt.
! Left Balieaas liay. Utb Match, wall AM brla tbia acaauo.
1 Reports the follow uf venels :
Bri K aVuIa. LrooM-rhop, Feb. 3.1, at scanimon Laroon. with
11 whAlea. Bri Comet and achoniier Kalama, at aame place
and date, with 21 whale bewen lVn.
! At Margarita and Balknaa Bay Ship Harveat, CT whale ;
, bark Harmony, lore brla. t schooner Emma Booke. 500 ; ahip
j C. W. SIor,-an, 14 whale ; ahip Jho IluwUnd, 13 whale ; Lk
! Carib, HO brl ; bark Sarah Warren, 300 bb.
XT Ship Grnrral Ttitt, Lope Left Ht.ooiulu. October 5.
Cruiaed on the eoaat of New Zraian-I. In Ut. 4 S., Inr.
! 1W! W.. fell In with immense quantities of field ice and very
, larre bUnds of Ice ; was f.ir riays a foine throaph. Left X.
: Z. Jan. ; toccld at Marqoeasa on the passace back, ami
' saw there the An. sperm whale bark Smttbram, with 400 !rl.
perm. Spoke the General Seoit oS New Z-.-aland Jan. 10
t she had taken nnthing aince leaving Ilociolulo.
i TZT Ship .Vary t'kilridr, Creesy Left San Francisco on
Saturday, Jlarcn 8, at 4 I. M. First (oar days had liht
brresea from S.S.W. to W.S.W. Toc k the trades on the 14:h,
i in lat. 24 3 40 N. Latter part of tl.e atffte Lad stmrift saies
' front N.N.W. Last day took the trades a,-in, and encouutered
' a beaey aqoail, in which the f re t..p-ail and f m bp-gallact
: Sail were carried away from the yarJ. Arrived at Honolulu
on Sunday, 23d int.
Ilito, March 2i There bare been two arrivals at this port,
j as follow s
' March IS Am wh bark BarasttWe, Pmwnsna. from New Z-.al-j
and. nuthim; siure leavlr.r II inoluln
! IS Am scb Toando, Uariner. 26 days fro Puret Souml,
wnu carKO ui luuiuer to La pi. inua. tpeucer.
relarl army in Central Virginia is evidently be
coming hemmed in, and further advances will
he made as auon as the spring rains permit.
j The expeditions on the Atlantic and Snuth
: ern coasts do not appear to have materially
changed their positions.
; A 6trait-jacket has been made by Congress
, for Vunderbilt, who lias of late proved quite
' obstinate aliout carrying mails on his steamers.
1 A law has been passed, i! our reports are correct,
requiring vessels leaving an American port,
to give notice at the Post-office, take and drfictr
prom paly all mails dec-ired to be sent by them.
The law was framed to meet Vanderbilt's course,
and pr bably will set him riht. t'nder this
mometer has been noted but mice each dav
alaut sunrise. The general range between that
hour and fhe warmest j-art of the day (about
2 P.M.) is about tirtlve dijrus; and the dif-
firt-nf-e b-twen sunrise and sunsit is ten degrees :
t WlMPi. .
Th. it Si jiti-r.
June. ...... ..TO
AttKUst. . ....73
No rem lier.. . . . i
I'ecera&er. .. .55
- S e
i icgr- Bt rfernce to our mjTertising c.1nroD, on
t a l.Tf 1" T f ri ... It
only by vessel-; bound to that port, bv rositive in- I F?. u win t seen mat .nr. j. j. w i-ooqeii.
structioL. to that effect from the rKtmaster there, i plumber, has removed his shop into tbe bailding oc
Tbis certainly is a pen r rule, for a vessel might not ! copied by Mr. Siders. corner of King and Fort streets.
The observations of the winds as given above
show that the trades have prevailed 270 davs,
; law, ot-r Eastern newspaper mails will probably j or about three-Tuurths of the year, and that the
be restored to the steamers.
j The most important news appears to be the
; proceedings of Congress on the slavery question.
j This body was engaged in discussing the form of
government which should extend over the south
ern territory, and to what extent the property of
, persons actually engaged in rebellion should lie
confiscated. This question of course include
Jose. Dec 21th last, on Jamaica Plain, near Batcin, Mr.
John Cofin Jones, ac-d Si years. Sir. Jmes was V. S. Consul
Prt 01 Uhk4u.Io f.A- a number of year previous to June,
lltKkU At Rose Ranch. Vlupalakua. Fast Man!. II. I., the
residence of James Maker. Esq.. oc the lSth of March, of con
sumption. Mrs. VI Uhelmina B. Harris, ared 42 years, wie of
Mr. Ueorite Harris, of I'etaluaa, California.
T1IVRSDA Y. MAUCH 27.
The establishment of the new and well-euiv.
a bill will probably be passed to this efll-ct, and
furthermore to make territories of the Southern
states. There is much discussion on these topics
in the American papers, and we find great
J unanimity among them, embracing even what
j formerly were pro-slavery journals. The N. Y.
j Post lias the following :
It is important to keep this war to its original
! objec-. the restoration of the Union and the preserv
I ation of the constitution. But under t e constitution
i slavery is exclusively an institution of the States in
which it exists. Neither the President nor Congress
I has authority to interfere with it in ordinary times.
A general act of emancipation would
! scarcely effect the eud at which it is aimed. A pro
i clamntion of martial law. and tbe release of the
j slaves under it, would not be more etTective. Martial
law expires as soon as the exigency which calls it forth
! terminates, and then the old laws recover their sus
j feuded lorce and vigor. Either or both of them
j would be offensive to large masses of hyal men. both
j in the border and cottou States, and might protract
1 iiur troubles. But Congress h :8 power to confiscate
! the property of rebels; unJer IliU it tnny confiscate
; whatever is held as properly under the laws of the
' States; and it may appoint commissioners of forfeit-
months in which they are most subject to inter-
ruption are January, February, March, April,
May and Deemlier. Dews have been quite fre
quent during the past year, and generally fall
during the night when light North winds or
calms prevail. Dews have been noted over forty
nights during the year.
In the Kuokoa of Jan. 11, was printed a table
showing the amount of rain, which fell during
' slaves. The discuion is not triven in full, but t
1 tl.Pr nr.nrcir t.i 1, .a r-l.-ar mni.irifv in fUr,.r i.f i US ktTt bJ Vr. G. P. Judd at his ret it
J J I V.l.i.an... aV.,1.1- 1 t. 1 1 - . 1
. unconditional confisciition of all the property or -"" mciuues me wnoie year
.1 r t excepting 11 days in February, durinc which he
Dka Sir -come
was alsent. More or less rain fell on 100 days,
and the total amount that fell during the year
was 42 inches and "S-100ilis. as shown by the
ported native newspapers, is evidently devtl- i " n each State for the distribution of that proferty
nnirifi n rrt 2 . n rw inl..M. ....... II.... .
r r .n.utiii iiinaiMut 11 more ill
! This was the course 1 uit-ued by our fathers of the
j revolutionary era. They confiscated the possesioiis
j of tories who were in arms alter a certniu warning,
lor who actively assisted the enemy; they uominaied
j a couimisrion to act as trustees of t lie estates forfeited;
old and disabled slaves were suppor'ed out of the pro
ceeds of the funds so held, an others were emanci
pated. It will be in it. power t f Congress at any
i time to direct what disnoaition shall be made of the
! persjiial sutj.-cts of Cvnfi.scat on, whether colonized
i nbrua J. as Mr. Lincoln guz;ests, whether appreotic
j ej to loyal w tiers for a term of ears, or iu the in
I tertal of some other event, or proclaimed at once
? 'the Journal 0 Commerce quotes this and ad 1 :
1 s We Learlilv congratulate the TVs on Ibe irin-
April. . . . ..
Inches 4r 100As.
'l . M
Dr. Rooke, in his record of 183S, make a total
of 4G and 8-100ths inches, and this may be taken
as about the average fall of rain for Honolulu,
which is located on the lee side of the island,
and consequently has a drier locality than the
windward and more elevated districts.
We trust that our friends residing in other
districts of the islands will endeavor to keep
meteorological records, especially of the quantity
of rain which annually falls. This latter is of
importance to agriculture, and although we have
to gain our knowledge of the adaptation of dif
ferent localities by actual experiments with the
different products which it is desired to intro
duce, yet in some instances a knowledge of the
amount of rain falling and the months in which
it is most prevalent, may be of great importance
in preventing needless losses to adventurers,
arising from ignorance of these facts.
This article his h-en In trpi? for about a month, but rrow.lcd
out inim week to week, by foreign new and otle
r more import-
Ftscr -Moderate ouantitie Bnd r-ady sale at 11c Q lie.
Swaay rvraroaa Market bare, arid Kiacb wanUd f-r seed.
Oaaaaa Luamed amvala are lakea readitr at full rate,
taa Aiurrtr, $40 t Mexican, ? 1 Japan. $10 l.
CL So poiar la first hand quotable at 4x 13 47fe
Ca'i1-ma eoasa oil. Tie ST lie w aires, 47fe 0 0- sperwt.
$1 21 4a $1 U s laewner kemeene, $1 1 cr j ol .ne. Vie ; nther
anal wis, S7jC 9 Sue t rape Seed oil, Nic China nut, tfjc
ealWk ; coraaaot, none here.
gxmaaw On tVavcaaat airbt pays Mr swece. 4 percent,
aeeasiuai 4 Bay ah la ia carreaca, par ta I per sen, art roism.
T esla anaasraMe. Treasury Note 1 to 4 arr c-n:.ilioajnt.
Whatroara' araT at ta Iw days sirht, r to 1 per Cent die
aant. French taoverament bills at 1 J to 30 days, par or V. to
a d4bvr. Enwlish stertirr. A days sixht oa Lni.lo- Bankers
Ml., 7 1 eteaa credit. dd I dacnmcnlary IhU. 4si4 ta 4 1.
On Ca-na. at ,a.r lo 2r r reuL prrm- Mrikau dcl.ars, S ft t
erary taste than formerly existed. Even should
no other good be derived from their publica
tion than that of affording a medium to cul
tivate and improve their compositions and con
sequently their mode of tl inking and reason
ing, this alone will be sufficient remunera
tion for the experiments now in progress by
the native of rtupjorting at their own expense
periodicals, whicL, in their typographical ap
pearance and execution, would be a credit to the
nt enlightened community. Some of the com
munications which nr.ru-ftr in tkp r.m.u 11. .r
..j f ... ,,,..., . . 1 , .1 - :
v.t 1 , . ., , . 1 ciiuc inui lai'i uowu iu tneir icsier 01 last eveuinz.
both have ab.e correspondents,) would do honor j ltia wtlI ana ,be ,1Cw9 whioh couservi-
to any English periodical, for they display tive nien hold.
much ingenuity in argument, ard cleurnesn n ,,,U ground, whatever differences of opinion
in the mode of reas-mmg arriving at conclu- , eonnecte-l with slavery, tbe north can be united.
I eions with the logical acumen of writers en- J The slive property of rebels is unquestionably the
joying more extensive opportunities than thee ubJ,fCl of confiscation aa much as titir horses or
j ... , tbeir cotton. No one desires co-nuscate 1 slavfS to be
natives, who are restricted solely to the narrow j re,orned to slavery. The government should make
Comrass of Hawaiian literature, which, for men- . provision for that: and if in tht end it shall l fi.un l
- ' 1 - ' 1F4UUI VI 11
.If . I ',. . .. Ik.l mm-m -lau In 1. - h.Vu!II..n. .. I 1 r
ta. .mprovemens may oe sa,,. to ,e not.img. Doubtless Ekstera and European letters of advice ,
knottier benetit which we may here instance, j auth can obiect to tbe e3ects of the a Jmiuist ration covering accounts to the close of the year were in
Notts or tiik wei:k.
The Polvnesia's Mail The loss of the mail
which was put on lio.tr d Jhis ship on the 1st of
March, is very unfortunate. It contained the letters
and papers mailed at San Francisco from Feb. ISth
to March 1st. and the Eastern Atlantio letters and
papers of the dates of December and January.
is that the communications of the better class
of writers are bringing out words and expres
sions of thought entirely new to foreigners most
conversant with tbe vernacular. Judge Andrews
j informs us that in reading these papers, he con
stantly finds such new words and phra-es. some
Oar Btarket far aneral asercbaadiae baa manifest ,1 bat littte
activity. Tbe epenin; of tra4e eabibit rrvat Ornioesa in ra es.
bay Goons .-uuwlard drills, 14c I sbretinr. 16c yad i
dock, heavy nomlv-rs, 40c & 70c ; burlaa, 1-e te 14c
Kavat, SToaas Tar, 1 0 i; porn, $4 50 : rosin, f 1 ;
aakoia. heat aavy. IC-
Coaaaea Man:!, life & 12k l tarr-d. 12c ; 1-At mra 14e.
Coat .Anthracwe. ): SO ; Canihrrtand.in Casks, f '22 : I an
ae. li eydney, S12f Vi; California (Mount LxaMu) f
Faircwrs Few enrrasvmcnt a-e oT-rinc. The full rate
ralin; ia iatanwfcone; at the dat? of oar ssst a I eis-s hare draa
thither aaost at the tonnaae seekinx caapirtyment. Kates o New
Tork and Boston. 5 0iM per ton ; oil, -H 3c : bone.
Ta Uoaniaht, i $. To Tahiti. $10. To China, fa per ton.
epeeia. f per eeot. To Japan, $i & 10. To Anwur Hirer,
(IS per ion.
Sine our last irfrimce we bare lite Hawaiian mails of Feb.
talk, by thw Saesataseff. raeeivval on tha 1Mb ait.
A bvety deaaaad ha sprats; ap fr the purchase and charter
af a earners tne tha I hi Da Seaa. Tbe Mi iwiur pur-has- s has
been eto-ssl : The propelhr Martin Wkitt. tsf tons, at alnot
$2S.IMM t the aMe-wbrei steamship Cafumtia. 777 ton recister,
at ast f,47.0O0. and Ir propeller Union 5'ar. of 'ASM tons, at
aba at (M.0OO. Tha slr-heel steamship Cattrt is reported as
andwr charter for one year ta ran an the coa-t and rrrer of
sTbtaa. vrhb ibe optina of parchase doling or at the expiration
af this ama at m need eahsatioa.
Oar taicaram f.ova Washington announce that the Corirr--aVsavtl
Coram ute to which tbe eapedtory of an eacist duty wa
referred, has w foiled sa tsvee af a bill which coutalia the M
train: aruwed datiesj WVsky, 15c; brd ami linseed oil,
aa ossl all. 10c IF raikxi ; inbaccn. manufactured. c Y tb i
aa, per 1000 feet, 25a. The presamption that this bill, or one
cnmaiida- equal'. y auioaent sVatorva. wilt prnrably have the
effect of adito; flrarnea to the market some of ih anirlea
asaaed, tbnoxa in rrfard lo aeher, hiKhrr ratea were looked lor
fca any erant.
The visa la Kke'y to vaacb at Hoonlula. aow amler dispatch,
arc as ira : That .lay. ahip Florence tor Ilortckofic t Mar.
Sen. ship XwaraVfsA. March 12th, ship C-uarf. ami Mart h 20-h.
ahJp'akff ntor, (y same port, March 9th. stearner Vfarfia
Whit, (e Soancbaet Marcst 11th. ship Ringleader, with carea
fca Maaesata. aad Bes.nars fca" Japao. cuosiatiba nf lloa.
Kobert II. Prayn. Minister Resident of ibe I mt-d S ates to
TaoVa, aad also Ota several Ceasola to Japan, wi A (heir Cuniiies;
Aprti 1st to Stb, steamship lortet tor rftianrha. and ship
Charfar tot IIost nT Tba bars: SptodwoU is iww wadis
for ilooolalo, and will probably aad aboot March 14:h.
of constitutional lai
This is the course of law and order. It is the
course provided in tbe constitution; and pursuing it,
the government will carry the terrors of the law with
them iuto the heart with the rebellion.
We sugges'ed some weeks ngo the organization of a
court of confiscation. We do not approve of a plan.
! which has been propoed, of appointing commissioners
of which laossess a broader or entirely different j of confiscation. This is an innovation on our style cf
' ll T . tit a- .
meaning to what they have been supposed to ' . . "' m organize a cour win-
,,. . .. ... fenor jurisdiction to tbe bupreme Court of the Ln;te-1
express. He has already been enabled to add ; States, having roving po.eis in the south, and let
. . . . . I a . .was -
many new worus to nis Hawaiian dictionary now juoges noid courts wherever tne union lorces are in
in preparation. As time rasses. and as other ; ix'ssession. Let the due forms of law be thoroughly
intelligent writers have opportunity to appear in
print, no doubt the Hawaiian language will be
found to possess a greater scope and more variety
: of expression and imagery, and perhaps beauty,
; than it lias hitherto had credit for. On this
! account we trust that any effort to abolish the
, vernacular from our public schools may be de
1 feated, and that it may be nurtured cherished
laiinistered and every case subjected to trial as the
constitution provides. Let titles to property be thus
given which wiil stand the test of future examina
tion, and let slaves be confiscate! to the government
uses, and taken care of ty government provision, in
colonies or otherwise.
Proclaim this plan as the adopted plan of govern
ment, and let it if possible be circulate- among the
rebels, and every slaveholder now in arms will see
! offered him at once the choice of peace and prospcr-
i ity, or war and ultimate poverty. Against a pro-
! and cultivated as one of the chief hopes, and the clamatiou of absolute emancipation he would feel the
,... .,rr .,:.. . r - r necessity oi Diiutiug to tue last, .against tne terrors
most ellective means of rreserv ins from utter ex- . , . , , . . ,
9om Laatma per Jtettie Merrill. o Thorsday.
-Toa lino per !etrl Merrill, aa Thoraday.
Foa Kacai per Mriwabim. a boot Satorday.
Fi Eon per Strainer, Toeaday next.
tinction this now diminished race
Among the native writers in the Kuokoa whose
communications may be Considered of the char
acter to which we have referred above, are Messrs.
Kuaea and Koha on this island, Elemakule of
Hawaii, and an anonymous writer from Maui,
who signs himself Kanaka Hawaii" and other
signatures. On cur fourth page, we publish a
free translation of an Essay of Mr. Kuaea, on
', the famous Law to mitigate diseases." He
i has had good opportunity to study its tendency
j and to learn its partial and injurious working,
j His opinion, therefore, will carry weight. There
j is a general belief, both among foreigners and
j natives, that the operation of the law has been
i injurious, not what its supporters supposed it
' would be, and even its most strenuous advocates
! suggest changes in it Its greatest injury has
been to encourage the vice which it protects.
for ejr Tr sctsro per Yank. March 2ti Mrs Elliot and
The news received by the Mary Whitridge
is not so important as we had been led by the
daachtrr. D O Warasan, Cant Chiahida. Isr De W itt. Ir W H I last preceding advices to anticipate.
MVrsatt. w BWood. iieary so-rr. p scrsm. Tho ii brimes. i and Afril are wet months in the States,
. . - sOmk. P W K'Ki' irhnrk 14 . . . ... ... .
mJ r'-TrvT L-rr risabmia knsb. March 22 M C TratKM7 retard military
te will not hold long out, but will accept the mercy
which is always extended to penitents."
"The theory on which the government has prose
cuted tbe war is that there are thousands of Union
ecu in the south, who have been forced into tbe
revolt in a fit of temporary passion or by the despo
tism of the secession leaders, and who would gladly
return to their allegiance if they possibly could. Al
such should have ibe opportunity, and the law
should give them a period of thirty days, say, to
make their choice. If before that time they have
laid down their arms and quit their rebellious works.
j the penalties shall not apply to them; but if they
continue in revolt, these penalties shall be enforced
at all hazards. Any law absolute in its terms would
only drive tbe misguided secessionists to desperation;
but a law holding out a conditional alternative of
reconciliation and amnesty, would be, we think,
gladly accepted by multitudes."
Whatever law may be passed by Congress,
those engaged in the rebellion will not be
allowed the privileges enjoyed by them at the
time they took up arms against their govern
ment. L'nder the eternal laws ot justice, traitors
in every country forfeit their rights and property
by open rebellion, and though the day may be
i passed when public opinion will ever sanction
execution and death for state offenses, yet the
the lost mail, as were probably the first numbers of
the periodicals subscribed for clubs, commencing
with January 1802. including Harper's Monthly,
Harper's Weekly and the Scientific American. As
near as we can learn, there were consumed, 11 bags
for the Honolulu Post-offii-e, '2 bag of Whitney's
Express, and one bag and other parcels of Wel'.s,
Fargo & Co's Express, embracing an unusually
Urge quantity of mail matter. In the Bulletin we
notice the following item respecting the mails burnt.
Pfstbcctios or Mails. We have iw-ived a communication
fr.jin Postmaster Parker, statuiz that the entire mail from this
city. OTisii'.Mi); of all I. tiers put into the San Francisco Post-ortv-e
from February lS-.h to .March 1st fur Honolulu and the
Haw tiian H.llids. ha been destroyed by the liurrunc of the
1'otunrtin. The Kugli-h. and Ea'ern mails for the Islsin.ls
wi-r- als i destroyed. All letters f..r Honolulu k-lt wall McUui-r
Merrill since February 1 sth, were burned.
go there for the next six weeks, and why should sub
scribers for Honolulu and foreign f apers be made to
wait thus, wheu a postman rides around the island
every week, for tbe express object of guarding
against any such failures?
The stme day wi received a letter from Molckai,
returning duplicate packages of the native paper
which had been sent up as ordered. Our agent
writes : I return you herewith tbe extra package cf
the A'uoAoo, No. H, of February 8, the others hav
ing come to hand after making iKe circuit of .W.iui,
together with our letter and her mail matter.
They probably were dropped into the wreng bag at
tbe Honolulu post-office.
By the steamer we received lArff letters, com
plaining cf irregularities. Tbe first is from Lahaina.
March 13, stating that tbe package of native papers
of March Sth was missing, though tbe subsequent
number had been received. We presume they will
arrive after having made their new circuit around
that island cr elsewhere.
By the steamer also, Mr. Bond of Koha'a, writes
that the native papers and .Jlrertisers of March 6
and 8, were missing, and inquires what course they
have taken. The same couveyance also brings the
following from Dr. A'ight of Kohala :
KonilA. Hawaii. March 20. 1SC2.
?vmtnerci(U ut o.h and 13it nut. have never
Will you inquire their aberesbouls.
Yours truly, J. Wk.ht.
The above Kohala complaints are xplained by
the mail for that place having been seut by the
, "ettie instead of the steamer. The schooner was to
have called there, but did not sacceedjon account of
the weather, and brought her mails back to Honolulu.
These are a sample of the irregularities to which
we referred as becoming more frequeit, and which
the Polynesian treats with contempt. No one knows
better than do we that the postal service is a difficult
one to perform, but it is only quite recently that
complaints have so generally poured in from every
islaud and district of the kingdom. His Excellency
the Minister of Foreign Relations received last week,
a communication confirming the reports irregu
larities, which must leal to a speedy reduction of the
service of the mails, and consequently of the amount
of papers and letters passing through them. Last
week a native female took out a letter from the Hono
lulu post-office, written on Kaaai which was three
months eld, and which could not have lain here
long, as freqnent inquiries had been made.
The postal service is pre-eminently a popular one,
established solely for the convenience and benefit of
the public, and it should be conducted so as in the
highest degree to subserve their convenience. And
if any rules of the service arc found on practice not
to be so, they should be changed, and new ones sub
stituted. In any irregularities of carrying tbe mails,
or in any negligence of the officers employed, the '
public interests will surely suffer. Oar postal service
has to be economically conducted, and it must con- j
tinue so, so long as the government is restricted in j
its means. To talk of or seek for larger appropria-
tions, is idle they will more likely be reducedy
Steam for China. By reference to the circular of
Messrs. C. W. Brooks & Co., in our commercial col
umn, it will be seen that a number of steamers have
been purchased in Ssn Francisco for China, the ex
tensive river navigation of that country opening a
vast field for small steam crafts. The right to navi
gate them freely has only recently been opened to
foreigners, who will not be slow to take advautage
of the opportunity to make fortunes there. The
traffic on the Chinese rivers is said to be immense,
and when steamers are laid on in competition with
their old-fashioned slow junks, they must do a very
large if uot profitable trade. We are pleased to learn
that our old Yankee friend Capt. J. C. Lovett, is in
command of the steamer JWartin. White, now daily
looked for, en route for China.
j 2r The Flint sailed on Wednesday at
'o'clock, wiih a fair wind, and we hope may have a
I short aud pheasant passage over.
We understand that II. R. IT. Prince Lot
Kamehtmeha was elected Colonel; Gov. Kekuaoaoa,
Major; tnd H. R. II. Prince of Hawaii as Corporal
cf the First Hawaiian Cavalry."
EjT Tbe 6hip which parsed this port on tbe 15th
was probably the ll'cst If in J, Elliot, 15 days from
San Francisco for Hongkong.
DON'T TALK af nprnslre
hvinc when you can buy at the N 1 1" A N L
STREET MARKET, the very best of
j BkF, for from two to four cents per pound, and Pork, Mrrros
ana esl. at equally kjw rates. so-lm
For BIIEHEX Direct.
Bt the Grack or God : t
Kijio or tub ilawaiiaa I l De
ls Pxivt Corscit:
We make known that, in pursuance of tbe pravU
sious of org Constitution, wr herrby en v eke and
order the Legislative Chambers of on Kircdsm to
assemble at ort Capital of ll molula. at half-past tea
A. M. of the First Day of May A. D. Eighteen Las
dred and eixtf-two.
Given ander orm Royal Sign Manual at or Palace
in the City of Honolulu, this twelfth day of March
A. D. Eighteen hundred and sixty-two, atij ia tba
Fighth year of ol a Reign.
By tbe King and Kubina Nui.
The Legislative Chambers cf the Kingdom
meet for the dispatch of public business at their re
spective Chambers at the Court House, in the City of
Honolulu, on tbe date and time specified m ,
Majesty's Proclamation promularated this dy o4
they ate to assemble in tbe Chamber of the House of
Nobles at ha If-past ten A. M , oa the First Day of
May A. D. Eighteen hundred and sixty-to, to bear
tbe Royal Address from the Throne.
Homi Ornct, March 12. 1SG2.
Il.iins. Ham. Unms.
R. W. WOOD." lOO SI PERIOB
WcsiphaLa 11 ama. For saie by
. SATIPGK. '
BOLOGNA SA IS ACES.
For sale br
THE IXDERMCXKD II AS REMOVED
I1IS cllOr TO THE
3t3 Corner Tort aad Kin Streets.
Where he is prepared to sappty everythir-c In bis line s cheap
aa ran be bad elsewhere, wcludius MoVLa aiJ TINWakK
of all descriptions.
304-lm O. C. SIDERS.
T1IK FAST SAILING HAWAIIAN BARK
ll. W. Wood,
S. GEERKEN, Master,
AVill have quirk dispatch far tbe above par t.
For frv.ii;lt or passage, apply to
n. Tl ACKFELD & CO.
IVcw Bedford & Boston!
SINGER & CO.'S
THE A 1 CLIPPER SHIP
Now daily exjiected fn m Boston,
Will reorKe Quick Dipa(rh for tbe abovf ports.
;ht, apply to '
For fr. i;
C. BREWER CO.
At the Commercial Adv. Office,
By the " Mary Wliiirid-e' Marli 23.
LONDON Illiialrntrd Nevra JVone.
Harper's Meekly Aone.
Leslies do. Utc. 14.
N. Y. Herald Feb. 11.
N. Y. Ledger Aone.
Sacramento Union March 1 and 8.
u Francisco M eeklica March 1 and 8.
N. B. By the burnins; of the ship Potynenia. March 2, a
larpe quantity of Eastern mail matter was destroyed. Among
the Eastern pajarrs burnt were these s
One or two packatres of Harper's M eekly.
One or two pacsaites -f Leslies M'eekly.
(tne package of Hunt's Maraxine.
One iaxkage of Atlantic Magazine.
Parcels of M'eekiy Tribune, Xiuies, Ledger, anl French
One week's date of London Illustrated.
Punch and other English papers.
Besidis t!ie above, which are known to have been on board,
there were probably oilier peri.ieals. Tlie dates of none of
these paper3 or maines are kuown, so that It will be impossi
ble at present to re-ord.-r thein
Cottage To L.et !
T II E PLEA SA NT TMO-R OO MED
jw Cottage, centrally locnted on Fort sreet. lately occupied
s by the undersigned. Possession piven immediately.
Terms low ; apply to II. M. M HITNEY.
CJosiEisr Out !
VAE HAVE JVST RECEIVED, DIRECT
V from New York, and wul cosuuiae Lo receive by every
steamer, a number of oar
LETTER "A" MAflMES!
Silk, Xecdles, Cotton, etc.
The rreat demand Hr these Machine ha let a without
them M- a (hort time back, aud we wish now to Inform our cus
tomers and those wIkoi we have been unable to supply with
ttietn that we have made such arranrement as a ill It 'er pre
clude the possibility of our beinj left without Eilk, NesdW, or
Fnan the rreat number of the Machine old. and lh- unl
ver&al satisfaction riven by tliem wherever tuatl, a do not hes
itate to pronounce lUcm superior in
AND GOOD EXECUTION OF A LI.
KIXDS OF WORK
TO ANY MACHINE NOW BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
We especially rrcimimend them .o Ranebea and sttaatinns re
mote from town, as they give no trouble or anuoyanz by geuaig
out of order.
Oar Manufacturing Machines
Always on hand. Machine lor
OA ITER AM MATTRESS BINDINO.
HARNESS AND LEATHER WORK,
CARRIAGE TRIM Ml. VU,
And all branches of manufacturing where Sewlcf Machine
"Tte invite Zreaa, Cloak, and 8h.irt Jtlaltera to ex
I'NDERSIGNED IS CLOSING II IS
.':ork of Uooils at less tbas cost, for Casa.
Only Ten Days More!
XjT Country folks will Cad a rure chance for cheap bargain.
S. N. EM EBSOM.
Waialja, March 19, ISfii 304-lm
Marcli ' rule which supercedes that a disfranchisement
W lasansi Was Crockett-, tv-sjaaun rvoyo. Jonn nen-.oo, vanin
r Trae, John Potaeroy.
ffaj fas FA.J3-o per Mary WhifH Ire. Mareb 2a Pr
H Kobinsoa. PbysKsaa fcr C. - Howptal. Iloanioin. S:-..v-n
ro as rats B.
B-.e...r Odd FHar. March Mrs M-ire. t'r
elolUea, Mr Ualary an WW, Jar ruaarr, - - ,
2 nsurre on deck. ,
m w uuak t .Fmot Hrmii .- J Lasim ard wi.e
W nae-hra and wifa. Fran Mam
II X Laodford, i bcapital
FronfD:-prr .Xetti. Merrm. rch 54-Ir W" H Taylor,
a Starr. II jsrriairr. Capt J Chtsb.-ba, E M Haney. t fc rv-se,
orTL?gZ-pet KHsuea. Ms 25-Mr, W h.
Th"lretC iloa L Hsa"le. Frank frr. Wn, l n-i
la lUkTll aacer Jaaae UUoo-4 eaMo, and ast SO deck
: ments. Mill the puns of the government are
; so well laid that wherever advances can he
I made bj railway or other mode of commnnica
! tion, there will be action. The advices received
i on Sunday were but six days later than what
1 we had before, bringing down the progress of ; changes in the weather, including those of
i t a a a vfors Mr fbiker, eventJ at Washington Ut March 4t'a. We may the thermometer, baiometer, the winds, and the
l' eaoia awl, !e paens-rs i
' . i- ' - .i i t . i - e.i
' of all rights and privileges as citizens is proha-
l Llv as esTre a punishment as the other.
( It utaj seem singular that so little attention
is paid to meteorology at these islands. We are
! not aware that any one keeps & full record of the
sawa aa., sa-rotl ant larlad-d.
sum up the jrinciral events which occurred in
the interim :
The Federal troops, tinder Cen. Duel!,
.occupy Nashville, at which point a larg army
; is concentrating.
J The rehel troops ia Tennessee were making
' a stand at Murfreesboro, a small town sie 15
or 20 miles south of Nashville, and connected
with it by railroad. At Memphis (the extreme
south-west corner of the state) they were ex
pected to make a stand.
The Tahel fmopsj at
; rain-gnage, though we know that some of these
data are kept by different persons. Tho chief
reason that leads to indifference in these mat
ters is probaMy found in the fact that the changes
j are very slight, and that this group enjoys one
. of the most salubrious and equable climates in
the world. So true is this fact, that the weather
j is only thought of when other topics of news are
) wanting, and among the natives this atence of
, all thought or concern regarding it, goes so far
I that there does not exist in tne vernacular a
Columbus (on the j word to express our foreign comprehensive idea
To Arbite Several vcsels were on the berth at
S-in Francisco, and soon to Eail for ports in China.
The following is a list of them : We give the dates at
which we suppose they may have sailed, allowing for
the usual detention for seamen :
March 10-12 Am. ship SwordtUh, Crantlall. 1034 tons, for
11 Am. ship Kinrleader. M'hite, 1158 tons, f.ir Hono
lulu aud Kaoaifawa, Japan. This vessel I rin?
the newly app'inted American Commissioner
and Consuls to Japan.
12 Am. steamer Maniu White, Lovett, for Hono ulu
12-15 Am. ship Comet, Todd. 1S36 tons, for Hongkong.
15-18 Am. bark Sjieedwell. Paty.
25-0 Am. ship pictator. Philips, 1203 tons, for Hong
kong. April Am. steamship Cortes, for Shanjrhae.
Am. ship Charter, Ha:cli, for Hongkong.
The above is an unusually large fleet of vessels for
China. Tbey may not all touch here, thouzh the
ship Ringleader, tteamer Martin lYhile and bark
Speedwell will, and there ought to arrive within the
next six days, if they have aoy winds. (
Rice Mills. We are happy to learn that tbe ex
periments which have been in progress for some
y eeks past, to construct rice mills, have at length
proved quite successful. That erected by Messrs.
Ford and others at tbe foundry, last week su3ceded
in turning out well-hulled the rice run through it, at
the rate of about 600 pounds an hour. The capacity
of the mill for hulling will be increased and the
quality of its work improved, as further experience
is gained in this new branch of industry. No time,
however, should be lost in perfection this mill and
also the polishing mill, as tbe capacity of both
will be tested to prepare for consumption the crops
Roads Improving. We have from time to time
noticed the improvements made in tbe roads al-out
Honolulu under tbe Superintendence cf Capt. Luce.
Purser Seal of the steamer, informs us that Mr. Spen
cer last week drove in a carriage from his residence
in Makawao to Capt. Makee's plantation, a distance
of about 25 miles. He was accompaniel by L;s wife,
aud the journey was performed ia five hours. This
indicates a great improvement in tbe road through
some of the ravines or galches on that route. There
is a good carriage road now from Waiiuku via Maka
wao to L'iupalakua, a distance cf over 4') miie-. In
a direct liue, tbe distance ia much less.
27" We are under obligations to Messrs. C. W.
Brooks & Co., and Messrs. M'Ruer i Merrill, of San
Francisco, for late papers. Also to J. W. Sullivan,
Esq., for his kindness in replacing parcels of Sin
Francisco Weeklies which were burned on board the
Polynesia. To Capt. Cressy, of the .Mary Tfhilridge,
we are also indebted for late papers, and he will
accent tbe thanks of the Honolulu public for the j C IXTT Y EA RS G LE A NINGS, an Autobio-ra, l,y.
1 r ' sZTJ The rrossd path, by ilkie Ooilins.
E. HOFFSUiLAEGER & STAPEMIORST
OFFER FOR PALE
S German Merino Negretti Kams,
' 4 " 4i " Ewe3.
To arrive in all April next, per brig Emma from Bremen.
ISooEis Tor jTdlc 1 2 ours.
favor conferred in touching at this port aod lauding
our California mail.
A. P. EYEKETT,
VICTORIA, V. I.
REFER KXCES :
Messrs. McRrra k Mkrrill,
" C. W. Brooks tr Co........
His Y.x. R. C. M tklis.
Messrs. Amnion, M'alkeh tr Co.,..
B. F. Snoh-. Ksvt
J. C. SpaLDisi;, Esq. ........
.JAJIES J. O'DOAIYEEE,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
a IIVDRACLIC RAMS. LIFTING Fai
r"v Fumps. ltath lulls. Mash Stands. Water Closets, e
-a-V; fitted up in the best manner. All work done at
Afternoon of Married L'fe.
Life and letters of Mrs. Emily C. Julvn.
Wits and Beaux of Society.
Will lie find her a romance.
Everett's Orations and t-eeehes, 3 vols.
Household of Bou' erie. 2 v ls.
llora Barton, the Banker's Wife.
Studies from Life, bv John Halifax.
Tmmpa a novtl, l y U. M Curtis.
The Roman Qiiesti-m, by About,
lamb's Essays of Elia,
L'llistoire de France. 4 vols.
The Doomed Chief, or 1M) years aco.
l'art'm's Life of Andrew Jackson, 3 vols.
Aut bi rraphy of Jane Fairfield.
Moral History ot M'oman.
Macaulay's 5rh Volume.
Rita an autobiography.
For sale by
II. M. WHITNEY.
D. V. II RODERICK, Agent,
139 Montgomery Street,
303-m SAX FRANCISCO.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
riMILV SEWIIG M.lflll.E!
ALL FORMER OBJECTIONS OVERCOME.
verv ..west rales and perfect satisfaction warranted.
M'orkshop on King Street, in same building with Oeo. C.
Si lers. 305 6 rn
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES AT
present oecupied by the nndersitrned. on King r3Ss
street. Laxe and airy aud every convenience, aaakaa.
aeo-2m JNO. H. BROWN.
FOR SALE AT Very Rrn
MELCHERd c Co.'. .
SOME SIX MONTHS AGO. A RAY
lloKsK entered icy i-asture in Nuuanu Valley,
ture. up to the present time,
rand; the owner is requested to
cali aad descnl-e him, pay c su, and take him aaay. Other
wise, after thirty days trom this date, said horse will Declaimed
Nu&anu Valley, March 24. 132. 305-4t
Holla, entered icy
T-tJ where he has pastu
- 1 f . Sail horse has no bra
Off roa thk Mise. Besides the large stock of
mules shipped by the Ber.j. Rush, the is reported to
base taken otf one or two pasveogers who perhaps had
passports, but not from their creditors. Can not
some mode be devised to prevent these slippery gen
tlemen fram going off in such crowds for tbe dig
gings, without settling
A N D
J. RODERICK KEGS TO NOTIFV
Ins trends and tbe public in general, that in addition
to h:s already convenient and commodious aecr-m
modatinn for Boarders, in Kaahutranu Street.
near to the l'ot OiTice. he has n-w addel ra-ms for private
pan:, whore tliey can be provided with every luxury the .-a
sa arlirds at tlie cif-t rootieraie prion. As a well known oil
Pioneer in ii.s ln.e on I-lar. Is. he truts tt-.at his friends an.!
th pnbi.c w:il cntinue to favor him with their usual patrmwc.
and for whica he wiil, by every atieution, hope, to merit their
PILOT & NAVY BREAD.
ON HAND AND FOR SALE. F reals Baited
Pilot and Navy Bread ; Sod. Sutar, Butler and Water
Crackers.io any quantity aid at the lowest rate.
Panie providing thtir own flour, will hare it baked up on
the lowest terms.
IT Shin bread rebaked. MILLER'S BAKERY,
Wiaai Cnrnr Qiien :inl RU-harrl Streets..
E.HOFFStllLAEGER & STAPEMIORST
'Expect to Receive in April next, per
C2 jH. C3r- O
German. English & French Goods,
Worsted ad linen goods, all in great variety.
liar J ware,
English bar, round and hoop iron.
Ale and spirits,
German refined and white Rock sa't in provision barrels.
And a lar?e number of m iscellarvoas articles. 301-2m
THE SEASON OF THIS DELICIOUS
iruit :.as commenced. The nnrersiimel wi:i be hannr
1 1 , :t i : . .
i liu.... ..j (..ii . .i iii t.usboi2iers of last year.
-r a"i n-.p-s to retetve tnir renewed patronage. All
Strawnerry bsls have been rnewel. (the cause that the season
is so Ute.) and tiie nml rsirre-l expects to m able to furnb-h a
larser an 1 m ,t'. fi-v..r-'J fiu.t this s-a"u.
And at tt same time, Mr. Holstein bess leave to inform hia
fri-nls. Indies ar.d lieutlercen, that he has been at much
expense in Cf.inz np aHirs and o-sy retreat, and will be happy
to accommoda'e th ie that will favor him with their visits, at
dsy or moonlit niphu, and h- will be hsppy to furnish
tbera with s'.rawhern-s, eithv-r with milk, or Johannfsberrer,
H'Khh-ircer. or the very best of champacue. All wines Itciiix
received by late arrivals of Messrs. Von Holt A Heuck, and
Hotfsch'taetrer Stnpenborst, Mr. Holstein is certain to be able
to please the most tkstidiou.
Partita who desire from 10 qoans to 20 or 40, will please to
give notice in time.
Orders left at box No. 67, P. O., or Mr. McLean's store, wUl
be attended to with promptness by
l" H. IIOLSTKIN.
XO LEATHER rA. D IMD
NEW STYLE MACHtKES t
THE NEW STYLE HEDIMER 1
aavaa A X DM
TRANSPARENT CLOTH PRESSER!
ARE ATTACHED TO TIIE
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SEND hOR A CIRCULAR.
A. C. IIAYDEX, Acent,
Corner Sacramento and ilontomery Stt..
S. f LALC