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T antr: mm! departure (Jnricf the pait week tare hero
a ft Hqntiil, giving la aar prtii itumi in ac-utoffed live
, Mmgh sot to the mm extent as la dmrjnn. Th
. Wling !T fai the lsipnrtatiai. of foreign whka appear to
no eflurl Iterfty closely t the alwclat want of ear
'ffulmttmn. the mmr-er of nvrrrrrtnf rr.en Btaaly eTT?-r-
l(.the port Ir Uua foroa-rly, which cuu cxitUiue to be Ue
1 snot Url afuuiuJ poi-.J u aitupted by Ike
, Ike bark Jrttit arrived on 8unLy, 122 iat fra JioKow,
bringing a varied aevjrtiarnt f mrrcltartji-, ail intended for
boa CooMunpciaa. She h a. so brvu.i.t cut '.tie i.r .ugar
Bill sad engine toe the Makec Plantation at I hipa-ajca, which
tar keen greatly needed of tale. TT.e m-tci. n-ry La been
elected by Sir. D. M. Weston, a&d U llcc.I.t to be rtry
Several whaler hare rejroed from the Loair C"if-rnia
Coast, brlna-in; very food rlrh!ng for their Utt no kjki
creief. ami a bo ivins: good report c4 the mnaintrg vessels.
IM BBasaawsaala wrBI be aaat tele. TM Wjt en the reavt
tppur to be aa wen stocked with wbaie a is ttart year, and
t-ie fewer aamher of ship now employed in hunting; for them,
m ncw of their, tacreajc daring the ut Ur year.- -
The etlprer ship Skylark, Baxsley, anient oa Wednesday,
14 'toy from fan Vraocieso, nrsnglris; a f-f j ipr. She report
Ue rak Kmthlm ta aall tw C'touiul. ob. t'.e iWJi, w fh a
etro and tha suili The Skftvk .ailed rain yesterday for
China. The OMBOierrlal new by Lr ia of no ipraal int-rrt.
The depart area bare been the- artvoorier Titmdo. on th- Bth.
with a hill cargo, priaripall Hr, for Vi. Uria. and Ihe ship
ca a. So tU a. wh a aaam&y of polo, kr sma ranciswo.
The balmUp atrfadecr'aieo ead tut Etaaiitr and a Norttf
Sal pa Maila.
Foa Fciv-.-k per P)rlell, neit wek.
Pi B l.aaaisa jt Mantu.kaaai, lMla;.
r""B Kum fxr Manaukawai to-day, and Steaarr Tuesday
rca IIiLO per Nettie Mvrri!!, on Trday.
j mainder can be reduwd one half, and then afford
VEWELS IX PORT-tFRIL 1 0.
Am hark pee-le-'fl. retr.mndor- Ptv, Ibr 5 Trtmr.-co.
RuaAa I o.' ituj. NicUi .. KiVii.us. an. ti for siika
lla. bark K. W. W.oH. Oeerkra. in fce Brrmen.
Am barkenrttt- roatirniin, K- iW. iwii t,r Victoria.
Am hrk Arctir. liamti:or.l- coo for &.toa.
Am ra J, aj, La-tMi. uricrrtiiii.
Am bri,-t J jariLiae, stx.c, onoerta.'n.
A al vh rark irrvc. Mnc(-trr.
i rrftcb h hi( OrfK'ral Teie, Lpe?.
Ha hark Harux)r. M'riieno.
hri Vict Tia, lulf rj.
hrt K'-hola. Brun ra-rhrp.
M rh t-Cjma K-wke. W ill ur.
AT Laaaisa Am wh hip ruimpicn, Worth
AT UlLO Am b bark Ua.-ataMr, Crrjwnaon.
: uffioient cumr. nutin contiderinz the etare of
j the Govf-rnnit-nt finance.
The Government can aTrd to be liberal to its
servants when thia li?M?rality citnt-s from the
j abundance of Ciovernmtrit, but when heavy tax of
are reqmr-a ot the jeoj Ie to eup.port the (jovrn-n-nt,
thrn coramnn j rudence if not eid flicy
requires a judicious retrenchment. There would
i be no Birik in our Navy Yards and elsewhere if
j the workmen could realize that a reduction in
t their wat-8 wa graduated by a reduction else
where.' 1: is human nature to rebel against in
justice, and there can be no justice in requiring
j of the tioor man what is not required of the rich,
when Lotii stand upon the same level in mich a
' matter tvt iLU.
- - faoa J ta Fcrro rr Prrrrirtll, Mirai Zl :
!alnt. h I-l i;p. re. c 21
Arirultaral itnpktu'tK, Nla..4 llrdarr. ri s
i.n.i 4 llar.lare.-ki 12
xlra.rU. ' H fTimr r-
tUrkrr. aca 2i I Mul . c ..1
T!vj Spitlmtlt to fcaiJiof for a trame iji m'M L d.a.
patcLad early' next wek.
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Tha ipriwnimkl Atrnthcmn ay The M.-h C-jrarr at which
latitfw la bxU. awa alia tmuni Um wrrtuti bia 4 auawhiMiy
t ami H kt Carr4iocaa be Baed Um4'mu-tfr in cuturiiijr
blor, aal thry are buuicht kerealwui at qiiiie a -arr Bkarv.
bi. b a iweite w Bftceo dutlaM per aire tixu j (-atU k.f i:e loa
Ta Crrrx Scrnr Great r- U laM npnw the e-pcta-tluu
thai taw araateaaediiiuti sill w rn one Ht auKOtlin Mjr.a
but u yueuig it ajw. wjl that fre lh- oAM Iras tlje iiil. nor
Iw the awaard t Tha caa o. ly he taar bv a wrw-af Mrted aiul
entirau l keeat. Wbetlarr Ilie eeuw wiil cuaae vntuatarily
tieaarikaa yrewliy law eatiokcad a liar p lK-Ti. arat thw
wiuiaiwof tba) avui'b m preaeuU awwaf the m.t tnimntioy a d
lBiHBawt t atawa 4 lw war. Bottom Commrmai Bmtttlim.
t BattTa VWTt.. The t4liwin ! ih expy 4 a cf KuLtr ad
dn in i i-y . H. I'ark.. k. tutxurr ist r'ruciao,
which wilt iawrreet all who aoud pnubd Biurr t ujrvi&n cuuu
Cara ? - .
Y"0 are bey bifeinnl that on and !Vr:hi U"-.(f-.-ro-br
2 1.; all ttrcd aaev ( whetbrr Ir m a pa kaatt.n i.ltcv ur
a) -tcp-wttod w taaa Ua mieiatad kieirirfn wartrw . the
ptmtJira wtant be prepaid. HIittvm M caniae ha 4-ar:l.n
Th piajtaire m aawapaprva tw lurrtrfa oaauirira ra a f"U :
rat br.talo. ............... eeni each
irai.ee. ...... .................. 1
I'roaaio ... 0
Hi raaany, ami a he eeamtneaow the euatnwnt ....a
ana.a. . ... . -...........; 1
"i li.Hlr. Saw Pactnc, Central Aturrba. (... ' -haadakcb
latwda i -
l"a-arirr avt'itli-rraTna No Mate U now nvre pro.er
eo iban Calilnrrsla. Ttar war ehich ta now dtruciive to
iflnlnal parwita u thrr UfmXn, Ijia no it jnriotMeReo there.
(We wraaiil that the blea whb-h o ce vt a
pt nl ariairatlfMi oi the elate from the rettcr.it i .vninreut ia
ba4rte. The failure of the Usrv-e nal htu it u t r..-retlr.J. irre
raw , and that aatactieablwwtavwill ia d4tl't aVaienatrd
and la wark eanueiiced na r the aup .( the federal
tie maaeM behwe lite eM vi anuU.tr )ar. Any al..rm uf war
itb Hven natal powers thai wtay irtur during liar urxi r
m af Cijierre will eaoee Ihe ioiBardiat'' ruat lau.nl ( f a Pactflo
ratlrnad bM. lierw bHIeved that lmh-nt Lincoln ami
Vrerefary rtaaiam will rreowicnrral it t Uv.i:rra9 a a Militaiy
BacrMwy. TLrvv are many noble bv el.air an-l maiiofactu
rrs m lb yonnsr Mate of OUifiMtira ii wh.e .rpeniy we
rauoui bed f al s deep TatenL Seitmltie Jmrrieim. ,
. eart . Itfr be- r. ke-za
v.-nA aial rb-a. va.. ...7 larad p.-. reel iw . .
j ii"e n iiiin. c 1 L. ..ilrr, r-IU
j bcn.ly. i ca.. LumKr. I Wi
rra.t. a. 14 !.!-. i'hinrae pkg...
j brrad. tin Hubri. ea
n. t u IS Xa.la. k-e
I t rrar t Ji'.o flxV. b5 i-..f. w k
tar KUlt, C rt llil olirr, c
''liexe.plir .4 Opium, tx.x
CiuUiwaf.ca....... H I'aiT. c
C.-nKtluw re. ax...... 14 Prrfunu-re. ra
IVItir.fMU . Piat.'. ca
loin tartar, bx fM. ti.M k.inr. hr,x...
Irajaui mrdKiB'-a, bxa...2i :ke. nulf
I1)? t.!,o 4J aaldiery, r
I'ry - 1 al.lry. hd
""T 'N. c. 1 S-aiii nr,in . c...
reaiber dera. ca I ahin-l . No.
Vfir bait rack -44.J T.a, pkv.
H.ajr, qraark ....Ui T.aatn, ..
I rait. .Irirtl . T-bac-ot bo. ........ .
forrant. e...... ...1 Tr-. fruit. ke...... ....... I
Citr.n. dram I ernrct-lli. n.x ..1
iUiri .hxirhxs H Mhik.trl a
k;nn, qr 10 WiiM-. lar.tc k ........ .1
ltaiin, t.ea 44 ir.r, Slurry, itrk ....2
Uft crunia-rrir-. kir ....I W it,r. Cliin.i. j t 15
Fnrni'.urr. c.... .. lv,o. art, pkr. . . .. ...1
libxsware, c ......1 H ualU'ie and fixture. Nu....l
Fnan Fmnen prr K'.c.fl-rr, March U7 4 cr
awl 1 ia5e jvli.ffe, 1 imr n.ai hin -, 90 cmla Manila ma, 1 ca
harnr aial Mrapa. S rail mule C.MI ira. a c alz crinltne,
10 b". 1 har tn.ii. 1 Im mutter I e d. - hale lurl-j,, i
.lurk. 1 cnav bUnicrt. 1 cee hat. 1 ea-e crocUry. 12 tin
Jtii.y Lind c-.ka 14 ca-aw nary li-al. 4 r f..l htvad. 2 ca
f.wc". i firki'.a hutirr. 1 c lk and Lttncf y. I awldlr.
11 M f.-rx rnl.l Ivai.L ,ln bout. I box 2 ca Cuutiarv
! ace. 1c. eurne itr, li cuhii tra. 2 cs cherae. 371 nr aud
2U h.ilf aark fl.air.
For VicTnai. V. I. per T'wn.lo, April 1.59S kejr and
and tl3 (.'ilOOO Bt; war. U3 .kr. (3.100 ital:) inolaa-e.
41 bait (2X19 th CunVe, . 8 hak and 33 bac pulu, 1 hnat.
Ma' Phaar at llwawlulw. la Jimiil.
FirvtQrnirter ..7 1
Full Muua 1 4
m. I - Cr.
41 M. Lul Q larrr..J
SI l. 1 New 51ou....29
ly T KST lATK. rcreirrd i UI OlBce.
Kan rraaciroa,10Mar21 I.i.iai (pa Ian. 4
New Ynra. (paprraj ...Fr. II . ' Ica fibir. Jlairb. 3
tekrvraplUc. Har. 2I llnnekon. ..........Jan. I
TxMtl. ....'Jan. "ydney, N.S. V. .. Jn. 13
PORT OF HONOLULU. H. I.
April B Haw wb bark Harmony. Moltetm. from MargriU
. V rllry, WilhlrOhrlwli thiaara.'!. i
0 Am rk Arctic TlaBin4.l, 132 dxy frm tloatoo,
wita Baanrtel Bienritandiar tn t'. Brewer A Co.
d - But.-Ad. Co. ship Nicola I 1 Kr-xiua. from rron
ata.lt, via Cnprnhaern. Ilamlmra ajal St. Cather
T tat'a lat In here 4 fre-h sarps. ;
' e-Di wh brl Knlaa', Krunilnerli"p. fro Turtle Eay,
vita 700 brie wb thia araaun. - .... . . f ,
Sch Kanxa. "heplw-rd, from Kahulnl, with 20 sacka
r flr. 20 mat aaaar. 24 tilde. 10 bay fuuf-u 6
-O'.v. an an.1 4 deck aeii:era. - i ' v.
' Sch M4kaJ. Hathaway, 'an liana, with 23 halea and
naea, funvna. 275 rt tkina, 14 hi Ir. 1 hnnr, rtr.
4 "Ml Maiwahine. Koheana, fnn Nawilrwili. with 61
' tarrtl and 4 trr outlaw. 1 19 k- and IS mat
.' " 1 aoear, S bait- funru. 6 muk-a. 9 1 1, 10 curds uf
- wood 1 cabin ami S drck Miseii;rf .
7 Sh lM kVloar. J.4uaou fnan Kul.. with with 295
krgv auar. 40 HrU mnbmea. 13 l-rl. poi. 14 hides.
, li e wb scb Kmnm Knbke W Mnur, from Margarita '
Hay, with 4jO rla wh this a'n. .
4 Sch Manunkawai, llak-y. fm k.tu. Knna k Labaina.
with 61 hair pulu. 41 hatca funeua. 7oO cnat rkina.
8 bi-r a. 1 cae naiive wine. 2a0 I Hit. pkin, 4 !
Cuffee 3 cabin and 15 ile-k pHtsrnerr. .
9 Am el pper hip hkj Lark, F. A. Ilur-ek-y, 15 days
from aa Fr tpc'co, ea route far China I sailed
aeain nmr day.
9 Pch Nrttle Merrill. Borrea. frrtn Ililo, with 409 krf
an.1 25 mat npar, 102 la'r ilu, 8 hag funru,
20 hatr coffee. iO hklet, lt m skiua 3 eabia
ami 5d drek I aaamerra.
10 5ch tUmcbameba IV. from liana, K. M.
TT A vhalrahip ouuLle aappoanl tn be the Bnrnttoble
t i r
Apr 3 S "ch Tnilrikl. Nprla. It Tjia!na nnd Kahnlui. .
7 a m whahip Kenvlrer. Kay nor, fr hunraihar. -7
dch Mohrhltv. Kaliraita, fur ilan.ikl, NaeiUwili
Bibax awl Wa4ira.
T ?W taid FeTlow. .lohnsnn. for K'tlna. . -
B Aan arb Tot'X Jar.nrr. f.a- uTMia. ' '
r-tvalurr .Kikiaeai IWrrltl. li!ataa, Kona and
IniT wirara-aeJ p-rta- . ,7 ? i
nrahip lennimn, Hrotl. fair Sin Frannsm.
ath Kamot, ahgparTdtfaLahaiiia,.nril Kabukai. - .
The news received vesterday by the idylarlc.
though not very ioijoriaut, exhibitd the Union
! forces niovinir on victorious in everv direction.
The telegraj.li wires had again btt-n down, caus
ing an interruption in the transuirioii of news,
ofaix days from the lSth to the 24th of March.
On the 1 attc-r date telegrams were aain tsent
through, but the latest .Eastern advices uppcar to
h: tliose of the 2t)th.
The l'arnsiile exirdi:ion has moved southward
j and taken Newhcrn. one of the lar'.-st towns in
j the tate of Nurth Carolina, and an important
iiport. It was (tuppo! at our latt previous
I i advices that this army would advance northward
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into irima, attacking .orioiK or liicuiuonu in
I the rear. I Jut Jroiu present iudicatioitd.it would
. appear to be the plan to clear the State ol North
Carolina of reliels, and reFl.ira it to loyalty, if
T!--ihle, before operating on 8out!;ern Virginia.
North Carolina once restored, or occupied by
federal troops, the communication between the
reb-U in. Virginia, and the Gulf States will be
entirely cut off, leaving the work of M'Clellan
an eay tak.
In Virginia, no great movement has been made.
The federal troops bad advanced to u point some
12 miles fouth of Man:s.is. The re'iels are re
pair ted as intending to make a stand at Fred ricks
burg, which is some twenty-five miles south-rast
of the Federal army, and connected with Rich
mond by a railroad. But M'Clellan is evidently
planning and placing bid forces so as :o cut off
the communication of the rebeis on the 1'otoinac
with Richmond, unless the latter retreat soon,
j We shall hear of somo hard fighting or some
j bri-k retreating in this state before long,
j On the Mississippi, the Union forces had not
"S ! advanced much up to the IGth or 18th. We did
i not expect to hear of rapid advances there, for
every vestige of hostile troops must be dispersed
Itefore advances can be safely made. If the de-
f r WttnwiHt) Pv,rr per Kilanra. Afril 8 Mr and Mra
C.rnwr!. VI a-trr and Mia I nmwrll. Mr K L Van ntinr. Mr
"ir. T-arwr. ft r. ..l'-tnrjrr. i It .irrrill, rt a. o oai, .1 r . - i-i
J Laxania. Wm Irwin. IHinlJauncr. Iho. Kcrgan UcaMnaud KCent of tlie trOop8 to New Orleans IS aCCotUpilsll-
Blanu liO deck Kirng-r.
. -' -tun PACIFIC
THURSDAY. APRIL 0.
From all parts of the islands, we are pleased
to hear that tbo public sentiment is strong in
Civor of a judicious reduction of the Government
expenses. Ihe amounts received by the other
inlands of this group are small compared with
the amount distributed at the metropolis; yet
notwithstanding an inequality in this respect, ( all the seceded territory
J ed in lifty days, it will be well done. hilo
alluding to the war in this section, wo may 6tato
that Harper's Weekly for Jan. 11,' contains the
best map of the Misis.-ippi River that has ap
peared lately, and will be valuable to th se who
wib to watch the progress of the army south
ward. In Tennessee, we notice nothing specially im
Com. Dupxint has effected a landing and made
some important seizures in Florida. In itself
this movement is not of special importance, ex
cept as a part "of the plan to retake possession of
sotno reduction in the expenses may be gained
The machinery for collecting oar taxes is the
most cumbrous and expensive ever devised, and
the expenses attending their collection consume I
a large, pr 'portion of. the receipts. If the duty
of tax-collecting could be imposed on some other
officers of the Government, whose labors are not
so pneroua us .to prevent it," a saving might'
be made, and thin branch of the fiscal dejrsrt
ment greatly riuiplified. Where one man can be
found to do the work of two or three men, doing
it us Well and at half or one-third the cost, it
would seem proper, under the present state of the
public finances, to make such changes.
The police organization throughout the islands
is a necessary one, which under any condition of
the people or ,any state of the finances, must
be maintained so as to fulfill the objects for
which it is established. The duties required are
generally not onerous, watchfulntvs being the
great requisite in a policeman, high or low. It j
The news from Europe, so far as it pertains to
American affairs, is very pleasant, and is fully
cxprosed in the curt telegram, " American secu
rities have gone op and the price 'of cotton has
gone down," nnd shows that the' public pulse
there throbs more freely with the progress of
events, indicating not only less probability of war
between Europe and America, but a speedy ter
mination of the rebellion.
XT'. htp IconiwnC, lleattta. report' tH Pyaey Jan." 14,
with m,49 tana eenl and 24 aneo4er for ?aa Francisco.
Had fceiamrde ads and weather a lar a Ihe north end of
Nrw Zealand, after that lauk the wind from, N.B. u K.. and waa
cumpcllrd In J a tar a 50 9.' Jan. 25, ptke whalethip
Eiizahrttvad New Badrttrd, Hit 400 brl. p-rm, baal to Ray '
f Ulan.1. Patae.1 cl-wc to 1'ito.ini's Itlaial. hut coo:.! not e
any inhabiUknt Iberet waa in -htaT t Uad f-mr days,
wth heavy northerty eabra. Cruaard the line in hiaf 141 W.
SO -'ay out. vk the N.K tra.h- In l .t.29 N and car
ried them the rvtcaindrr of rhe pct-a e. Si.htcd Hawaii Apr'l
1st. an I came !nto port next day. Tlarauh tlie extranr-linary
lone pwira and the- bralne nf the treatl trr In a (rare- waa
e mpetleil to pat lo nrre 4 repair and fresh n4ics.
XT sWiaiatt-Amrrlcaa Companji sliip Sicafai Kmeio,
rrporta Left iifiola!a the SUth Jannary, lSflt- Touched at
ft. Cstba-ine's (Brasil.) and Copenhap-n. ad arrivnl at Cro
attdt Jane '22. S.tilel a,rain Oct. 12. Sr'op-.d at Cepuhymra,
Ilamhwra. and SC .Catherine's. Encmroerred' very had weather
in th North Sea and Kntlih Channel durTn tie month af
5rmler. ' Roonded Cape 1'orrv, frem - S tn the AUantle
to 50 8. ia the raciOc, in 12 daja. . Cmased the Lii, Paciffo
le March 25th. tn Vf. 129 M VT. I the X.K. trade
very frrah in bo. 3 9 "X. ' Waa 11 day fmro the Line to ILtio
luio arrived April S. after, pa-wau f 121 a iunir d.iy fr.an
Cronatadl., Put ia b-r fur rrrVehfneot auJ wxu-r. w ill next
leave 4 81kaV. '
XT Bark Artti. nammnn.1, report tx-ft Beaton Nov. 21.
Croter4l$' evTe,. A:lnrJo tele, in 28 daya ; aa thence to
Cape nWrr.' 40 .TSyx.' Cmeaetl the Line, rciftc fi.ir,' in bay.
125 W U3 .ay a out. SUhted M ini April 5, at ft A. U and
arriveil at ll'ajoiuln, BcxV.'Jt paaii of 132 daya.
On the pasaaf out, apote the luiraarins TCwrt:--Feh. 5, la.
W 3 82 S'tona. 64 ' 12 WTship' Westward lk from $a Fran-et-cn,
botsad to SMew-T. Teb. 1 Wit7 3 CS S lor.g. 73
4d siitnalled'an Enj(lih ship f.rrrmg ll, showinif distin
rahine peaoyfnf aC Jch It, lit. 54 llot;f.
91 24 W"applfed"rVrnUn achooorr Ana Falcooe, with pro
viainoa and t i she was BO daya out from piraaia, Umad to
XT Bark Hrman'fl'5LAtana, reporu-Lcft IIuaila!a Oct. 22.
Wa fax rhl of Kauai 4 three daya. aa 1 waa twenty day in
Setting to lonjf.150 W. t went aa far a lat. 38 35 X.. with
ba.1 wraiber inoat of the Hbk.' On the, Sch Nce the cbronnaie
tor stopped ut w fartanat is mskitig GoaMaleupe Island, aa .
the kxiKwudey iecocmt and rhe hvtu-le Oaadaioope dif
fcrtd only ahoot 10 B.Ik-. Aacbored la Manrarita Cay, Dec 7,
after a passage of 44 Jay, and waa ninefcy Ingoing, up to the
anchors) ia 1S tagano." Found there Ihe' schooner Emma
Jtoxkr. Wiltmr, and btlg Maria, Osnornr. of V.lpan'ao. which
were mated we had been wlalto m prxwiuVta n I?b tba
whole of tfi season. We took 19 wh.itn. (alot 900 L.- M) la-l
arveral baara atoes bat nobody hart.- L-fi thw l arooa Starch
11. and th Bay oa th lflth. - Oa the 18th. tn tau 21 c 30
lorar. 114' W, saw a hark steerinaon th? w-nd. tcn.Mrc ahont
W.N.W. ( 22J. in bu. 20 00 N- kmc. Ii5 - 0 W saw a bvrce .
eii per ship standing on the wind, headinr '. W. Irprricnod
naLt trades mul of the pasaar Hre. M-.-hrr-l M.tunak on '
th atn April, at swndowu, and anchnrel 3 the port of Hobo- .
luio at 9 P. M Cameli-.r'dea'-XtBlTiiinf-rOd.ty.
XT ri Xokola, BramnKrbop, rrporta 1- UomWu Dc
28- Arrival at bV am moo's Lagron Jan. S ; ,a.l rood wrather
all CM way aver. Commenced whaliaf a at the rki. ad took
10 whale to the Lagono.' F-trod whale moat picntifct anoat
aaicUkt of rkh.' Wtat to Tarda Bay March 3. and jotae riS
achooorr aCtUeas snok aevea mora wbales bciwctn us, whicb
aaadr as la all aboot TOO bria. o0 this eaon. Left Turtle Bay
Xareh 20 had ec-ved fresh trxde all the way down. Repceta
the CocBrlavod Kakama. at Tartt Bay. with atmnt 1200 brie. '
between L".m ( aiao, alup C. W. Mr.rgaa. with 4 wbaJea 15th of
Fetv so BaJ left for BaUinaa Bay.- Accident. From Ihe
Kaiama. bwatsteerer waa badly injured by a whale, ard a sea,
aaaa bad bia araa broken. Alto, a boatsteerer from the Comet
had his leg and hip hroksn. oral d4 la a ,w daya after bw ,
want by ta aaai af eerry rww ef th crew n.re had'iy hart at
thaaamw Uui-ttes aata ara all native of ,tni V1 cm- Tw
asao swiODgitiw to th C. Morgan araae ahv -dly UJmd by
a wha'e. iT" .
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
' A Feat worth Noting. In these dull times,
when the country is more attractive than the town;
when rice harvests (r tbo prospect of tlieiu)
aie more luring anil promise a better reward than
mokt kinds of ciiy deployments, it way uot be amiss
to slate huw a leisure Unj can be well spent, and it
will be seen, moreover, that ro;ids nrounJ the island
are improving uoder sotnetKXlv's mutisgement. ' Ou
WeJnesd.iy la-t, Capt. Ccfilii harne-scl up his pony
span to lake to bis ranch, at L iie, one ot our former
townsmen, who has retired to the healthful aud no
has been suggested that the collecting of taxes j doubt profitable pursuit of rice culture and stock
might, under, the present Mate of things, be (growing. The party left IIuuolulu at 4) I'. M. oa
j Wednesday, and spetit the night at Moos. Victor
' Cli-incerel's quiet cottage at Lwa. Starting on at
! 64 o'clock the next morning, they nriive.t at Li hue
I in one hour's 'drive, where the venerable Captnin
! Meek, alnnys ready to welcome in the pissing
! i . . ... - . i. ...
stranger, eniertaiiieu tiiem iu uiiit.uus uicumim,
the lat ted calf" having evidently been prepared
for the cccasiou. Leaving at J A. M. they drove
through to Laie, tn fire hours, the road generally
being good. In criming the Waimea sirenm, beyoud
Waialua, which is a much dieaded ford, that has
prevented carriages from going more frequently
around that part of the itland, a discovery was wade
which it may be well to note. This strenn h is al-
i ways been eul-ject to quicnauds, and horses orossiog
j it have frequently been itnmcrsed. body, neck, eirs
and all. At some seasons it is much worse than nt
entrusted t the Sheriffs of the various islamls,
making each Sheriff collector-gem ral for his
island, to be assisted by such of the police force
as might bo designated. This change, if prac
ticable, would effect a great saving to the public
exchequer. Tlie sum allowed in the last uppro-
jriati.iii bill for the pay of AsseM.rs and Tax
Collectors for lCO-I was $32,000, or $1C,0H0
per annum. We doubt not that the preM-nt effi
cient Sheriffs would cheerfully fall in with the
pr.Hjed chung'-e, and could moreover make the
Collections as r..mptlj, if not more so, than
they have been made the aet year some of the
taxi Iteing btill unpaid, though several months
" In this matter of assessing and collecting the
taxes, some reform can Ixs made, and we call the others. ' So great is the danger, that natives living
attention of the Mink-try ainl the Representatives j ne tr by generally pilot strangers through the stream,
elect to it, as one of the easiest mdea in which Our party, being pilot," by provision, tried
a reduction of exj-enses can be made without im- I a new route, driving their tem through the sea. just
rairiru the efficiency of the t'liblii 8-rvice or in i a t,,e P,i,ce ,,er ,he -lt and fresh waters meet-
. . .
rwiso weakening tlie
p0 j There the roa 1 w is found perlectly haid an.1 no dif-
' ficu'te enrnunfereil. nlthoil-rh the river was hich and
eSect it. Pome changes will be necessary in tho ficu"J" encountered, althnngh the river was high
tresent tax law ',he "Ater running out strong. On the return of
i . .. i i '. . .. ... ! team the same track was tried, and with the 8;
It is singular to notice how loud is the public
. . . . ' BfOv.ia
cry for economy in other countries just at this
time. In France ni.d America we notice it roost.
In tho former country it has become so great
that the Emperor himself lias projxjsed large
reductions in bis own ex?nes. which will prob-
The party arrived at Laie at 2 P. M., the time
s. a ea m 1 ... I aw .1 aa a n rB V K tm laAaataira Kflan rinll afr
f JI7S IU ll I llliuuii i.ag wtii i'iiy .a,fa
hours. Reiurning, Capt. C. left LVte at 5 P. M.,
arrived at the cottage of Mr. Wm. Laue in Waialu i,
the Utchstrings of whose doors are always hunziug
ably lie made. In the United States, where war 0ut, and spent tho night there, coming on to Capt.
taxes are a novelty that cannot long be borne 1 Meek's the next morning, aud reached Honolulu at
with potienoe without the strictest economy, the I 2 P. M. on Frid iy, the time occupied on the road in
crv is still louder. In the Boston Bulletin we 1 reioruing having been eight and a half hours. And
notice an appeal, which is a fair sample of i this was done without a change of horses from the
at .La .a........ fAr tf ..... I.al.w rTtast. .4 ",.,.-,
others, and which, as it is not inapplicable to us j Uie hy lhe mbof9 route is prob.lb,y not esi, ,h.u fifty
just now. we repuoliMi : 1 miles. We state these facto to show the improve-
(ionixKENT Ecoxomt. The people are begin- .n,,n,s -rtJHiiy g..mg on .n me t . et.it.es tor travel
... ' ' . 1 inir a!a.nt the lsl.in.l. Tuna wis Wn even & hure
ning to lojlt lor economy at every point whero . . . . . . o,....i-.i -i.h ,u.r,i
ectiiomy ir..n be safely practiV-d by our Govern- I j , ,or ud but DUW 9e C)irrUitea freqUent-
Uient. Ilie rit'l ltl Up l Irautisl OV the lnvwtl- W .nlr r ihe n,ul. in.1 rr cnmlorlnblv. Or.
gating Cotnmiitees of Congress is a work well j yorj blrll drives around in a carriage to tlie other
begun. This, if carried through in the proper Kle of O-iba. -
spirit ana with a tU.ir ugM determination, will ' . , . -n v .u . r .
. . f -.1- rj ii kiT Br the ful owing, it will be seen that Dr. Gu-
f.iubiless save the Government millions of dollars. I 3 ...
Rut this is not all the p-jople will demand of their i Iick 9 'ur'"2 San I ranciso. We learn that it
servants. . There roust 1 retrenchment, every- ' ws his intention to proceed to tho Atlantic Slates
thing must be brought down to meet the cxigen- ) during the spring.
cies of the times, and this retrenchment must I LECrrsa os thb Com. lit it or th Wkstsr Panne
begin at head quarters. The Government must 0cas. a iectur win be driierr,i on ti u jct. m Ta.ti.iy
" . , . . ..- . : evening next, in the Academy of Music, by the Kev. L. 11. iio-
teach the IrSSon, not hy cutting down the WagCS , M. ., oahek ha hrrn invueil hv tbecalilnmia ACH.IC
of .'W operatives Only, but by reducing tho Sala- 1 my of Natural Scivncr to deliver thi lctute. It will be iilui-
r J rr; tratrd by apecimena l the Urea and omaiueats of thenalirr of
ries oi its officers. ..... , tho u:LoT . ,
Let the Senators and Representatives themselves . . ' . . ' '
set the noble "Jam pie by putting their jay back j Livelt Dat Last Sunday there were two mer-
to where it was ait K a-r day instead of $3j(MJ0 , cnantnierl ,wo whalers and three coasters arrived,
per year. Reduce I the sa.aries in our r,t Offices whi,e f WM . M feut diJ nfc
ind our Custom Houses. The country is to be . u . . ...
taxed hcavilr to t-aj the lnimense dibt of the 1"c "K"P " - P- 4"t '
rresent war ; I-r tl!r tax le tistd f r iis legiriinate tbrooihout the day.
tairnc-ae not to help supta.rt in iuieness and lux- i
LtF officers, half of waout boll bifucure situa- i t" Tlie chorn. of the Amnteur Musiail tKKs.ety
. 3 Jwill meet for rehearsal on Tuesday tveniug tiext,
lions. . , , , ...... . .. . . , . ., , o... i ir
Tho country can t as Wttl scrvea ni uuum- . Apr.i io:o. at tne resiaeooe oi .ir?. tuuiuei n.
less better by practical men. hundreds and thou- DoW:jett.
taftds of whom stand ready to-day to fill the j Mon9 q,,,., de Varigoy has beea approved
ffices in our 1'ost unices ariu ' by the UmXVi Government as Acting Consul of
eirtments at lar iew v ' . .,. .u
As Italian OprB t Taorrc. Honolulu, from her
central position, enjoys the uncommon favor of occa
sionally entertaining distiogutsheJtravelere and art
ists passing from Australia to California, California
to China, or rice rerta. and oftentimes listening to
some of the sweetest songsters, the most accomplished
actors, or t-killful musicians, tht the world hs pro
duced. Kate Hayes, with her melodious voice, now
hushed in death, warbled to the delight of c ur resi
dents, who will ever remember her frhort visit here.
W'healletgh, Madama Biscaccianti, Evans, Anderson,
and others, are familiar to us all. Last week we were
again favored with a visit from distinguished musi
cal and operatic artists Signer and Slgnors. Bianchi,
Signor Grossi, Mr. J. Gregg, and others, who arrived
from Sydney in the Iconium, en route for San Fran
cisco. The arrival of this distinguished Italian opera
troupe afforded to our public the chance cf listening
to excellent niojic, as rendered by accomplished
artists. Last Friday evening they gate, af the Ryal
Hawaiian Theatre, selections from 77oriforr, fol
lowed by a Concert ofarus and cavatiras from other
operas. On Saturday evening, Luerezia Borgia,
and n Mon liy evening, Krnanni. We have heard
bit one expression regarding these musical enter
t -lin men is, that if ut .qualified pleasure and delight.
W'e shall not attt-nipt any criticism, though we well
ar-pieciiito the artistic rendering of the music to
which we have liatetitsJ. only to sjak cf such pieces
as g-ive most, pleasure. The quartette, La col des
tin," and the chnru and polo, Miserere," of which
the solo was beautifully sung, charmed the audience.
In this latter piece, we could almost see the dron ed
Manrico led out to execution, while the agony of
Leo nor teemed a personified reality. The aria,
'As I view," from Somnnmbula, as given by Mr.
Gregg, was effective, and txhibitel a voice full,
powerful, and well trained. Lucrrzia Borgia
pleased us most of the operas given perhaps be
cause Donizetti is a favorite author with us, or
perhaps because the Lucrezia is so trngic in its
character at all events, the poison scene, as ren
dered, completely charmed .the audience. The trio,
Meco tenigni lanti" was thrilling ; the terror of Lu
crezia, the hatred of Alfonso, and most effective tf all.
the prayer of the duouie J Genuario, combined effec
tive action with exquisite music. . The trio, Di
piscatore ignis bile," gave us the most satisfaction of
the selection from this opera.
Krnanni, on Mooday evening, was the gem of
this series. 41 Ernunni in volami," by Siguora
Biunchi, was rendered so exquisi.ely, that we
fail to see how it could be suug better; and tho
duo, 'A Morir," was liquid harmony itself, such
music as might charm even Orpheus. The action
of Signor Grossi, and his sit.ging in La Ven
detta," were excellent. In bis arias buffo, how.
ever, he attracts his audience Largo al Factotum"
give us ,ati exquisite id. a of Figaro's perplexities,
while " Povcto mio padrone" was irresistibly comic.
The Udite o Rustici," from Mise d'Amor, was a
perfect snccess of acting and singing. To say we
were pleased with the ballad singing of the Stgnora,
would faintly express our admiration, and to judge
by the ra;n of bouquets upon her; faintly express
that of the audience too. ' Bright things can never
die,! seemed never so emphatically true as while be
ing voiced with such tste ami melody. We noticed
with pleasure that Their Majesties were present at
these entVrtaiuments. They are both, we believe,
fund of artistic music We must confess, ns a com
munity, being uiuier obligations to Mr. Ilas-slocher,
for his ab.lity to rentier these operatic entertainments
practicable iu our town. A Roiuanza, written by
this gentleman, and sung by Sig. Bianchi on Friday
evening, drew au encore from the house, showing it
was not .mismated in the musical selections for the
evening. We also aw that our townsman, the Doc
tor," was necessary to " help the thing nlong." Our
music-loving citizens have had a feast for once we
hope it may not be the last time we shall have the
opportunity of listening to Sig. Bianchi nnd company.
This fine opera troupe left in the Ironium on Wed
nesday. Sig. Biauchi informed us that his reception
here had been so cordial and warm-hearted, that he
will endeavor to anange to visit as again at no dis
tant day, and give a greater variety of performances.
It has been suggewed by one of our best musical
amateurs, that if a subscription was opened among
onr residents, guaranteeing to Sig. Bianchi a definite
sum, th s would be the most proper arrangement.
We nnderstand that he is prepared to pledge a series
of twenty concerts, accompanied with a larger musi
cal troupe than ate now with him, if, say, one hun
dred and fifty subscriber, at S20 each, u re pledged
to him the series tj embrace sixteen different operas, .
with the most popu ar songs known. The plan sug- j
geste.l tsperrect'y ttisthle, can easily be carried into
effect, and would secure to Honolulu some of the fin
est opera jiertormances that can be produced in any
country. ' ' -.
UvHrta's Magazine The numbers for January Pot'LTtiT We arc sometimes fcsked the price of
and February have been received, and are filled with choice fowls, and the expense of obtaining them
.(...km, m...r m.o-H f whi.-li is illus- ! Questions not always answerable. An amateur, in-
...v ..w. .-.j ,. , . -
trated in a style of unrivaled excellence. This roaga-
ix'ne should be taken iu every family.
The lIVrAVy for the New Year has commenced to
arrive, and the publishers spiar to be risking every
! eff.Tt to render it the best illustrated journal in Amer-
terested in the improvement of our fowls, has received
j from Saa Francisco, the following list of prices of
such varieties a are procurabi there.
Hiack Si anish pure breed. v. ry -arce, at present worth rrora
! ica. It ranks now nearly equal to the Furvpeaii pic
torials, though furnishel atone third their cost. 1 ne
opening of the year, commencing with the January
numbers, is a good time for subscribers to enter their
names, and if applied for soon, ail the numbers can
be supplied. The continuance i f the war will rerder I
the IVttkly, with its superb illustrations of it, one
of the best foreign journals that can be obtained. I
The mails will soon be lestore 1 to the steamers, so
that probably periodicals during 1S02 will be received
with less irregularity than during the last year.
A UtGL'LAE Packet. The ship Iconium, which
touched at this port lost week, and sailed again yes
terday, has ear.ied for herself the position of a regu
lar Australian packet. Under the command of Capt.
Heustis, she has become quite popular to the travel
ing public, and we doubt not a printable trader, and
though she does not otleu bring us very stirring
news, is nevertheless a welcome visitor as though she
did. Capt. Heustis has three times brought us mu
sical performers from the Colonies, aud justly de-
servts the thanks of the musical public, if of none
FROM BOSTON cx ARCTIC."
.U1 t.t jsl u. r ua.r.
Half breed coo.1 slock, from $2 .Ml tn i 00 each. s
Tf- lan I pure hnt-d. from $20 to i-4 I r pa r.
. Half hired l"o!;i!d aod Spanish, 'mm $2 SO to $5 00 ea.-h.
'-White K-ehorn or dorking. from $S 00 to ilO O0 i r pair.
Malacca an;! Sumatra ruioe. fr .in f 15 00 tt. f ."0 00 pit pair.
I'l.easant hens, nearly pure (rsl laver) J5 00 each.
l .nlaui. rr ir, fnu $3 00 t 10 00 each.
:uin.-a Towi, kt .tr. frcm $5 00 to $7 Oi) each.
Mus-wt .iucs. fr.vni $5 00 t" $T 50 . ach.
Kaiilish'duck. from fi 00 t. $i 00 each.
All of the above are more or less in the S an Fran
cisco market, and can be had at the prices rated.
Breeds guaranteed and sent according to order.
The Merchant Exchange In New Vrk, which has
bsn forttrally Vased l.y Government, cost, including
th iati.1. but l,800.0ik. If it bad been built Ua
ler Government auspices, as the present Cuatnro
House was. it would have cost f 3.(K)0,t)0t)(,r ,oon .
IXK). Government pays a rent of v6.").0()0 per annual
for the Exchange, having a lease for three year
and the privilege f renewing it for two terms more
of three y ears each, nnd id porehnsinif at any tin,,
duriug these leases for S 1 ,000,0)00. ,s. '. Builriin.
TIIK UP.SIDKM K IX M l tM VtU
1-y forninty .a- Ui.itd by Jr. Ki.ttrt I". Jat.ion. For
partifuhtr apply to W. I., i.un v
;oo-2m " " '
11 A S
AND OFFERS FOR SALE
A GREAT VARIETY OF
CIASKS KNOI.1SII DAIRY CIIEESK.
' i bbU. ne" .tried apples.
KiU aew N.i. 1 MHckerul,
Bcxii new co.1 fish, '
l iis. assorted brooms -307-1
tn r'oraleby S. SAV1PGE.
MONC WHICH M A V BE FOl'XD
.'EBS IIIGIII.V (ihaXKI) POWDER,
Cuse Indian Kitie luwilir.
Vorsaleby (07-q) C. BREWER fc CO.
IP A I R XO. T FAIKHAXK'S PLATFORM
SC A LK, ou wheels l;ire size intelv rereieeil.
For sale l.y O307-H) C. URKWER A CO.
IROX PIAIWS, IIAV CTTTKRS.
Ox Yokes, , teed Hlantn-s,
Ox Hows, Cane Cutters,
Uraiu Cra.lles, Garden K.'Uers,
Planters Hoes, W heettiarrows.
Cultivators Teeth, Uriiidstoues,
Uanlen Rakes. Forsiile by
307-q . CBItk-WkU at CO
Supar and Syrup Kegs. .
ri. AND 8 CJAL.. EMPTY KEGS.
t3 Korialehy (j07-q) C. BUtni'Ji k CO.
Cast steel spades,
C. S. picks.
Cast steel shovels.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE!
OR TO LET.
THAT COXVEX1KXT DWEI.MXC
house in Kukul Strert, owned and ocenpied l.y A ton.
"-s1- opiawiu: lito ruidenee of Mr. Phrae. cwtainine kitcttrti'
dininp-room. parl.-r, two hrd-rnoms. ami ailiiw-h.u.e, wiul
watre from lb fOMnlu.nl pipes laid on Trrma liberal, s
306 2m Apply ou the premier.
XLXG STREET,' XEAR THE BETHEL,
vAmrori.o iXFonM the pi nur that
w w tliew are prrparrtl to do all work in the aNive line at
mo.'.emte ri.s. Calif.nia and llnvrai'an time and rrment for
le. Pnrth-uiarattensiew riven to all manner of fire work.
Roofs overrd with runip'W linn or s'ate. ami warranto!.
UOrder to be left at the Lime House. Kiiijt si reft 3od-Sn
PMIT Ott! fim Ott!
ffVIIIs Oll.CtX BR ISEI) FO RAXVKIVD
m. of Lanits. burn, with a
While and llrilliunl Light, nnd rtnila
In quantities to suit, for sale at
MEI.HIERS 4- Co.'s.
Old Copper nnd
BURCIIASED AT THE HIGH EST : M A R-
a Ktr 1'Klt.t., t.y
C. BR EVVITK ir CO.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
OUilRS, ASSORTED S1ZKS, WITH
X " inonlilinus and raised panel.
50 Sash i.ars, assirus sizes.
300 pair Window ash, assorted sizes.
250 pair Klin. Is, with ami without swivels, asad siicm.
Selected expressly for this market, ami foi ale low hy
307-q UEOROi: G HOWK.
flllKl'M)ERSIGMi. WOl l.ll IIEREB1'
M ive notice to his customers an.1 the puiilic irrnerally. that
he is preparr.1 t sell e-ery .lescription ol Nortli V r-tf luinls-r in
tpiaiitity, or l.y small lots, as cheap or cheaper thau ar.y i4her
lrsnn in the market. In other words, he wants to sell, and
won't be heuten. (307-) C. 11. L KW Ft IS.
JUST RECEIVED I
Wl M SIIAVEI WHITE k.ASTERX
- If ly shingles, w.irraiitei to cover 100 square teet to
A new lot of the favorite cottase sl.lins; hoat.ls.
l'iue clapboards, 12 feet long and 7 inches a ide extra thick
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, J inch, a new and very
With an assortment of White and Cofd PminU.
307-q For sale by C. II. LEW Kits.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLLVOS !
fX LATE ARRIVALS
A 450 Doors, ail sizes au.l kinds, .
LIW V indo.v Sash, all kinds,
100 pair blinds, all sizes, ...
- X Ulasa Doors and I'limls. etc., complete. ' . -Tor
sale at the lowest market prices, by
307-q c. II. LEW ITS',?..
CoRBtCTF.D. To pod for evil ! On that principle we will
Corrs.-t stupe ini-s:at-mii of our con tern iorary, via.: sleam'-r
"Martin While" tli'l nit arrive on the " the jt);h" and h-..ve
Ihe same afternoon." Mie arrived on the evening of the 30ih
ult.. ami left on the evening uf the 81st. . 4
The appear to have some one-eyed chaps about
the Polynttiun ofi.;e, who evidently need to be'
placed under a mnreon's care. Here is our report
of the arrival of the Martin If 'hite as given in
tha marine list in the last Commercial, and if our '
cotemnorarv duln't see it, he shouldn't blame us :
March 10 Am steamer Martin White. L.vett. 16 .lays from
?an rrancisco, en route fur aliaiigliae, anchored ouuiile i suit .
ed again next .iay.
Now just turn to tlie third pace cf the Polynesian
no 1 read nnder By Authority." Mr. Varigny
d ites his letter March i'.l." Mr. Wyllie dates his
reply March "20." The honorable secretary has
taken time hy the forelock," or his " by authority"
printers have. Which is it ? a
Anything further wanted iu the "correction" line.,
Only one paper whs received here yesterday,
containing the Eistein telegraph dispatches an
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE. FT
1 5 Cbls, Hawaiian Beef,
Warranted, Packed and Cured In Turk's Island Salt
307-q - ' " CHAS. BREWER, 2d
Plated harness. Cast steel,
tier man and spring steel, Reels lead pipe,
Force and lift pun.ps. Hose, , I and H In.;
II a milts 1 axvs. Axe hatchets,
Shingling hatchets. Girth.
200 feet 2J in. engine hose, Whips,
House paper, Kegs naits.
Clinch nails, Boat nails.
Horse nails. Nail rods.
Horse shoe iron, Bench screws.
Hand saws. Panel saws.
Key hele saws. Cross cut saws,
Back and wood saws. Eagle plows. No. 2 and 20,
Steel plows, Light horse plows.
Pitch Torks, Ox bow.
Hickory whip stocks. Window lima,
' Cod line, Belting,
Large size and medium men's and women's lasts,
Seine twine, auce pans.
Boring machines. Hay cutters.
Corn mills, super, kind; Corn shelters, .
Auger bits. Augers,
Ship augurs, Kates,
Assorted planes. Auger and chisel handles,
Enameled and carpet bags, Brass wire gauze,
farmers' knives. " Sheep shears.
Pocket cutlery. Shoe pegs,
Harness needles, Seive,
. KiUltiug needle, Awls,..
Crochet needles. Sewing needles,
Knives and fork. Spoons,
Salt aud mustard spoons, . Butter knives.
Plated fork and spoons. Table casters.
Solar lamis, Shoe nails,
Roller buckles, Glue,
Brittannia and glass lamps, Steel lasting tacks, '
Glaziers' diamonds. Plated soup ladles.
Butchers s eels. Tailors' thimbles.
Bonnet wire. Musket,
Pistol and fowling piece, Powder,
Percussion caps. Shot,
pistol balls. Sand and emery paper.
Brads ami finishing nails. Mason's blacking,
Card matches, Dog chains,
Tea kettles, Tin pail3.
Oval tea boards, Nurse lamps.
Grain shovels, Flints,
Grindstones, cranks & rollers; A large asnrtm,nt of files,
W liiiewash & paint brush'. Butcher knives.
Sheet lead, I. C. tin.
Sheet iron, Chamber pails,
Hand screws. Zinc,
' Scrub tooth and flesh brushes,
And a large variety of SHELF HARrtf'ARE, not speci fled.
Penims, Shirting strics, ' :
Blue drills, ickory shirts,
Very sup. linen bosom shirts, Teivel rugs,
IVof ice !
VOTIFE IS II E R Ell V fJIVEX. THAT
JOSIAIi C. SPALDING, of llomu'n, has, hy deed djtrr!
Mar-h 29. 162, assigned and made over all his eaiatr. property
and fff-fli, and all debts due t. rem, to the uiidersinod a Tnis
tersfor his Creditor, ami all paraon wha are ind.-hfed ta the
said J.wiah C. Spaldinr are required to pay the amount Hoe hy
them respectively, to the undersigned only, a they alone are
entitled to receive and release 'he same.
All persons having claim against the Slid Josixh C. Sp ildinc
will please present the same to the nndersigne.1 ithut ilrlir
CIIAS. C. II A Hills.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Honolulu, April 1st, 1S62. 30-i-6t
Dt'RIXO MV.ATtSKXC'R FROM THE
Sandwich Islands, I have appointed Chung I loon, by
power of Attorney, as m v ag"nt
Honolulu, April 1. ISO 1. (S06-2m) ACl'l'CK.
WHOLESALE .fVD RETAIL MERC HA XT,
Importer of China aud other goods, dealer In suears, mnlssstft,
corns?, rice, fungus, .c, on King street, next door in Messia.
Castle & Cooke. :o-ly
riVIE rXDERSIGXFD IXTKXDS TO LEAVK
a this Kingdom for a short time; therefore all persoos Indebted
to h'm will plraae to call and ae'tletheir acmints; llkrwie
all those having claims aeainst hi in, will please to present them
or settlement without delay.
Honolulu, April 1, 1S6J 30V2m ' AFOSG.
3 Tut jOntrfs;. IIrt Hafrs.
fOR SALE AHOl'T 1 OOO KAL'AI MADE
good sulattantial Mat Bags, for Puear or Halt, nt
von HOLT & IIKl.CK'i.
Const nri ty on ITimtl.
RECEIVED FROM Mill AXD K A I'AI,
on the premises of the undersigned, and for sule bv
St)6-3ra -. vow HOLT II KI CK.
Tfk DDLS. EXTRA SIPERFIXE FAM
J W ily flour, warrant' d U, make light white bread. Try
it. For sale at the Family G merry and Peed tnr.
A. D CAKlWElGlir.
"i sfaafl BBLS. RlKEltS' EXTR A FLOl'R.
Uol.len Gate .Mills, at I
the family Gr.oerr and Keed
A I CAKTn RIGHT
K A K K ELS M7PKKKIXE FLOt'H.
Golden Gate Mills, at the Familv liruo-ry ami Feed
A. 6 CAHTWKIUIIT.
TKW CALIFORNIA CHEESE VERY
1 rich, at the Family Grocery and tee I Store
A. D. CARTW P.IOIIT.
rilllE I'XDERSItiXED IIAVIXG BEEX
H apiMiinte.1 agent for the sale and lease of the
bets tn cat! the aUention of Mercliauts. Ship Owners, Speculators
: and others to this nnely situat.nl tract of laud which is now of
, fered in lots at reduced rates and on liberal and convenient
Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert C. J anion's Kire-proof Buildings.
N. B. Early application should be made for choice Lot.
W. L. GREEN,
Agent for the Sale of Waikaluthilu Lola. ..
nonolnlu, Oct. 21, 1S58. 307-3m
SPECOIEA'S ! .
Lava, Sulphur, Pole's Hair,
AROVE 20 VARIETIES. j
rwK CXDERSIfSXED IS PREPARED TO
m furnish, on the in.
mens from tha Crater uf
Black silk edgings.
White if blue cotton thread.
Cotton flannels, Ac., &c, A-c.
BOOTS & SHOES.
Men's superior calf sewed boots, nnd Oxford ties,
SMpiers; women's gaiters, lrpirs, and bnsklus.
, Youths', mifSeV aul children's ioe;
Fruttdi calf skins. . ,
Monrni ir collars,
I71KESII LAYER RAISIXS,
. Fresh homouy
Jeuuy Lind cakes.
At the Family Grocery and Feei Store.
aoe-am a. d. cartwright.
Srrup and Molasses.
Now coming in from the
KOLOA PLANTATION ! .
Fur sale iu quantities to suit by
II. I1ACK1ELD & C
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1S61. 30t3a4
furnish, on the most reasonable terms, all kinds ot aneci- j S. C. Soda,
riums an.1 cherries.
Perkins wi-hinir to obtain no as ortmenl or tha arove. for cnN
eti r itll.t. ..fitn.a aa... n tvi .is. L..r.a ttI ihclil Rn Ain a rMI.
.ilia of the I'Oth, Whioil Capt. Bursley kindly loaned pfle a8 ly ae.i.lwig'to tlie undersigned, either through Ik i
IVhitney. or ilirect. n. ifc. uiiiiiu.v
to us loni enough to extract the news given on the
next page, but took the paper cn with biia to Cuina.
17 Tho .return cf .he favorite schooner Emma
lioofce will be welcomed by the public. The decrease
of coasters and the cocfiuetuent of the Steamer to a
single route, have feasibly curtailed our inter-island
lido, Hawaii, Dee. 17, 1SC1.
e A.F. JLA. M
s. No. 1J4, under ti
cil of the Grand .
A. F. .. L I.E PKOt.BfcS DkL'Oct-MK Loot.e
tie jurisdiction of the Supreme Couu-
Jentral Lodge of France, working ia
he ancient Scotch Rite, tiMs Itsregiilarmeetuia on the Wed
nesday nearest the full man of each month, at the old Lodge
K.sim, in King street. Visiting brethren reopectfully invited
August IS. S07-3ni r. C. JONES, Secretary.
LL PERSONS ARE CAETIOXED AGAINST
purchasing two notes drawn in favor of John MLnestry,
and signed hy Mosea I.urret, South Koua. Hawaii, as -.be ea.uv
al nt for ahi. li tlx y were delivered has been seize 1 hy aiaAher,
for d. mands agaimt McEuesiry.
Honolulu, April i, lS'U it M0?ES BARRETT.
THE liXDERSIUXED HAS SIPE-
rior Pasturage for a f.-w horses, in nnrir(il
aiaiua. Terms. THO DoLLAKS a quarter.
(30d Si) P. J. Gl LICK.
It ED, WHITE AND I! LITE
fT-J-NIOX NOTE AND LETTER PAPER
ILJ and euveb.pes juat receive I an 1 for sale by
U. M. WHITNEY.
Duller ! Butter!! Butter!!!
FRESH Bl'TTEl AT 37 1-2 i SOe. per. lb
fur sale by
-07-1 m S. SAVIDGE.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
if rvnrrv a aT U VTS ATk , , Tf 7 R Fl
.b. w v ar . b a f arw m, a w -m .at.''w m
fsr$ Land . and three a-es of Kalo Laud, situated at Waialua,
mil E FIRI HERETOFORE KXOWX
M. under the name ol ill Oil if OiiLON, is this day
. dissolvs.il l y nutual consent. Ihe tss.ks and ac- ounts will he
j left in the hands of A. "hii-on f r settKm'-nt.and all lli.-ae know
; init themselves indebted to said firm will please cine forward
! aD.i setUe liieir accounui. as immediate payment is required.
HLGllLa i. OULff.ON.
Honolulu, March 31, lSi.
ahu. Inquire of
R. E. WAKFMAN.
SJf.yTrs? t, sr( vj, jl'v .
AS I INTEND L ti A VI XC THE ISLANDS
on the " R. W. Wo.sl." for Eun-pe, I warn all those who
hjve not settled tietr aceniints ltore tlx lath day of April next
that they will be left In the hands of an ofneer fur collection. I
ran be lound at the Old Stand, aud in my absence, Mr. J. P.
Hughes will settle for me. A. OHUM.'N.
Honolulu, March 31, is6i
rartmentsj at iar i - r . . rtKa i... t prr;n
, .t.l s. One third. It not one imn, , a.-uw, . .... .v ,..-s, . ... ....
w IH) UT li-" va ., .
or the employee in the Botcn Custom Houw
. ..' . tknnt rlptrtment to
c.n M af" "ZiZ of then- Saiarday.
? The bark XaAeen, with tb mails, will bo
TIXI'F.RIEXCE LEA us lllK i vin.ii-
m.A a'gne.1 tn It !ivetlut he has se'cord and had Male to
order, during his recent vi.it to the Mam,
Of BOOT At SHOES. Superior to nny in
in This .Market.
.TUST TZIUCIZIJI I
Per Arctic, Georgi Washington and via San
Which will be FOLD LOT. at the old stand, corner Fort and
verchaDt street. I y
Ji . B A small lot Benlert. rrailted Soled Roots.
30?.2tn s - f J H W-vnp
nAVIXfS PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
I.N rEK.r.T of A. odj-son. in the husiiiess heretofore con
ducted by the firm. I shall continue at the Ol.U STAND, and
by strict attention hoe Im merit a share of public patronage in
rr.v lioe of business. J. P. 11LGI1KS.
Honolulu, March 31, 1S62. 306-3t
J. P. HUGHES-
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER,
PAINTS, OILS &c.
lead and zinc paint,
yellow ochre. Venetian red, fire
proof paint. Imjierial green, chrome and Pari
green, verdigris, umber, carriage black, Prussian blue, putty,
boiled linseed oil, turjientine, cartKin, copal, coach,
darmar and Japan varnish, neats
foot oil, astd. window
Axle Grease, Scc9 Scc.
V'anous sizes, of a very superior pattern.
CHARCOAL FURNACES, &c, Ac
VIEWS OF HONOLULU!
A LL I'KKSONS VISITING O It RESIDING
I . on these Islands, should not fail to ertd a sst of ti, II.
Ilurr..' Virw. ei II aualulu to their friend aOroad,
as they will convey by far a hetLer idea of the scenery. Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place than any works or prints ever pub
isbed. To be had of K. I)llti;l;.,
30'V-3m Eon stree
W X. S. AII
HAS RECEIVED HT THE SPEEDWELL
an k off. rs fur sale.
Steel apadea. iron rake, travelers' knives.
Sheep shears, harness huckles. sprniK l.aiances,
Steel arl, halls for Colt's revi.l-.en, d nt chains.
Copper tacks, eyelet puncher, raz jr., hame.s needles.
ALBRICH. WMKI1 CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Per Hingleader & bk. Spenlnell,
From San Francisco and Boston I
rgHIR FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
M. Merchandise, which will bu dL-poed of at reasooaul
rates : .
Cases Hickory Shirt.
Hleaeheil C'oltofis, 4-4,
" M.lford B Iieuims.
" Wl-ite Thr-ad,
" I'.iue dv
" Fancy Prints,
' " Hamilton fh.-cks.
Bale Globe brown Drill,
" Hietuck do.
" Falls Denims,
" MiOiury l.nwn Shfefng.
Wi-sfrn State do.
" Shetnrkrt atris,
' California Extr. Family Flo r,
!" bup-rflne do.
Also, on hand,
Best Knna Coffer,
Ilbla. Mes Iteef.
Ilf do. (io. for f .ml'r ne.
Ilf do. Extra Calil.nia nalmon,
box. Smoked Herri. ig, &c , 4-c.
ii . o v nivn a . i n
. " ...... - .
an. I rl.te Hs.orlm.-tll of li'ieiish anil eT?
America) saddles. Ranker and Caii:on.ia
id. lies. Ladies' sd.iles. Double anl
TO THEUD1ES !
icw Goods Wm Goods
H- x 66 Speedwell ! 99
Spring and Sumiucr SI less,
MADE TO ORDER.
JA DIES' AND MISSES' BONNETS,
ZOFAVE HATS, See..
Extra Style. BONNET Ai HAT RIBDOXS.
Crochet Needles, &c.
JSiijji i :iii1 3r)Iasss
FROM THE METCAI.F PLANTATION,
K-.r sale by
a0-3ra . ' ALDRHJU, WALKER CO.
I Sint-'ie ll.irnesf, l'ray. Cart and I'loa- Ilitne ss, Collars. Pridles,
Marteiigahs. Sa.'.dle Mags, Whips, hka-k a llent Stirrups, b.ta
and spurs, California Bits and Spur1, Lrushe., Curry Comb,
Mane Cmls. and a general assortment of S A DULEilY HARD
WAKE, all of wtiich he will sell at very low rates.
Grnaa Mnlrnwr. on hand ai all times. Grass, Hair,
Pulu and Spring Matrasses made to onirr.
1'arrlHsr Triuiminjc sad I'pholater irg done
in the best tyle.
(Ljr Kepainug done with nratness and dispatch. Order of
all kmds, in my line, strictlv anil promptly attended to.
JSiini' jincl Molasses
11 ROM THE I.IIH F. PLANTATION'.
For sale hv
ALDKICH, WALKER Ar CO.
Siii-m micl 3Iolas.ses
IROM TITCOMB'S PLANTATION.
For sale by
AtDRICH, WAI.KFs t Of.
EX "SPEEDWELL,' -
. Ames' lest Cast Steel Spades,
Sanderson's lest Cast Steel Spades,
And an assortment of oth-r Hardware Jut received and for
ale by CASTLE Ai 0KE.
.. , I
Grover &. Baker's la-proved Patent.
I HAVE FOR SALE ONE OF
Hmver Baker's" best Sewing Macfc'nes.
with all tne new improvements, IncradiDg the
HEMEEE ATTACHHEIfT. i
It is a strong well-made and superior machine and perfectly
new. This is a rare opimrtacity for a family to obtain a r l
one at oor. Apply non. , PRICE 1 OO.
o03-lm - TI. M. WHITSFT.