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? THVUSDAY, JUNE 19, IMZ.
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z po4mU end (hip Phantom, we bare advice
ttbadaeeef Mar. Tke kttk broacbteoi
aCi.l sra of aercad a. . The dipper toorhed on the
X US am ( Wad rr exaeeaaea, mad sailed gain Uwnat
? f t rttim ..
v tWU lb FmuI wis bring lb Baitiiniy far
T sW-aerr, whica bM fceew proputd ta establish
- hitherto Mid BoUiof respectinf th's Important
aafar;j, X the feeing of thee Interested, as k was UDC-rtain
tfll. reiU, whether the project eol
'- rwc A awepaar baa beta rrr.d in IloooiuJa fur
. charter obtained 6 ee tbe Gorertent, and the-
1. JT. CilTU, rrtti&rnX.
t W Eusun, llct-Prtndm. '
t X. -TrrT, Scrilarf mmd Trtontrrr.
-aav la-mat, Mr.
eapwal rr,-d la lis enterprise, It m and oI, iU not
1 S3MM, an lese the peratluas of llic company are en-
" se ae saibtata npr KtiH, which aaay be lb case,
ia Cwtii P in baa aeea lraaa frees the tl iimti ot Mr
father nil, atay urttr far
We bx asoa as owe as the aaoat hopeful projects aader
tea tj Iowa; time. Witt U Increase ef car pUntatioo
aaf aacar Mwraurirs, tber la aa bona ef aaata and
eanr gmUa f aaxar, which, worn hardly pay to export.
Tare, by the help of a refinery, can be cunswraed la tbe pro
tfactica of reft d or -Wile sugar, Una jlrldiag to the pi-nla-liana
as am frees what M barely pay far t conta.-arre
rrasured ( pack the far export. Oor planters will thus derive
a liKiiaMd brat Si from Ibeir labor, wbieb rUl enable tbrn
ealarra aad wapr-ra their mUm acd estates. . Ia the
Wa ladle aad some other aagar-pradactaf couotrlea. dixZS
aarfaaaia an aad la m eatabUahed, which mmn the poorer
giadia ef ajgraiiit aad redae tora The erectioa of tbeae ber .
Baal baaa witef rebttad t far a be lever migM be tbeir effect
ta fareica t-acr, they weuhl andWcdly bare aa Injurious
eW the aaorigiaea, wbieb evea wUbool them, are nov
raptdly dlaappeariar. tbe Injury of ear arrieattaral aad
urcau. If the eataUiikznent of a refinery
i la the protases taasumptioa of the now worthless pro-
i af war ptaatartotav aa It deabtleM wCL it wm be bailed aa
a aatlaaal bieaaios. '
TW lark Tmmtn aaSed a Satardaj. taking a fan carro of
mmtg which wo aotlce Z02 bak palu, 13,400
rlee, 4 toaa of aocar, aart 14 Una oi preserves. VTe are
1 1 aeriee the larr ox port of the letter new article fruca
Mr. Derail ah Mtifcoirot, aaovtoa; that aemrlj a ttviimtil
) of prtaorrta bav daily bora Bade by bioi during tb
ptassdiaa; the depart or of the packet. This, It will be
, rsoUrea a large eooaaaptioo of augur and rxtensire par
es of trait, which beretofare bare bees, allowed to n oa the
, erbesa Ibey groer wiid. We fat I confident that CalU
' caa a MpjMd frua no other qrartcr arllb. prrsctrea
ortkb ker people will relish atore than thse.
aaaeie from Paget Sound, wUh Inmber far tLis norket,
Ihe 5f94wU brooKht a small supply, bat the
I ss fenou w oaot rooxb borrda. Sic t redwood do..
- , - - y
! aw ofC pcaa. 9c T JOc sbiDflea, $ M & $ per M. v -A
Bat ef Treat is exprwtcd from fareisn ports wiC b toand
awsMT. fives Baa fiAnebjCO, nothing ie positively looked for
101 tbe rctara of the Mmtkittn or Comet. ' A lull orro waa
aaraJtlag' tb antral of tb Kmthltn, and abe would probably
bedlapastlod far Iloeoiula wltbm eight days alter ber arrirai
ataWa rraaciaco. If as the icaj be looked ior alwut July 10
LATEST DATES, recclvcal at tale OsV.ee.
Saa rranciara........May 31 I London, (papers).... A i-ril 6
Xew Yora. (papers)... May l telegraphic... May 8
" telegraphic May 24 I Hooekonr Mar. 30
Tahiti ...May 12 Sydney, N. 8. W., lu. 13
VESSELS IX I'OltT-JIXE 19.
Am hark Ppreci-!1. Commodore Paly.
Am Miasiottary packet Uorniog Star, OeleU.
rle Eaweeted frwsai Fwrrisa Forte.
Am bark Comet, Smith, to leave Eaa Francisco about the end of
Haw bark Kathleen, Marchant, to leave San Francisco about
the end of Jane.
Am bark lokermann, frnrn Paret Snand en route far Shaoghae,
will touch at lionolBla (or seamen.
Am hark en Une Jenny Fnrd, from Paget Sotind with a cargo of
loin ber to Messrs. Ilackfeid k Co. fully due.
Am brig Toandn, Gardner, from Pugvt eiund, with a cargo of
lumber to Messrs. Ilackfeid A Co. fully due.
Am nark Benjamin Bub, Cbadwick, from Puget found or San
Haw echioner LiholinA, Bush, from Ptxcnix Island overdue.
Am bark Kile, Key te, from Sydney via Pbrcnix IsUuxls over-
Am schooner Ann l lisa. Freeman, from Boston Jan. 20, with
aaooned earro to C. Brewer a: Co. ovenlue.
Brit steamer Thamra, KchCe. from toadou Jan. 30, with asatd.
Mm to iioaacr.iaerer c siapennort.
Dutch ship Galilei. Koch, from London about April 19, with
and- cargo to J anion, Ureen at Co.
namborg bark Laura at Louise, Marks, to sail from Hamburg
May 1. with mdse to Messrs. Ilackfeid a: Co.
naw wh bf ig Wailua, Lase, from a cruise among the Caroline
groan otti ae.
L. 8. steamer Wymnloc, M'Do"tra!l woulil leave San Francisco
Jane 2 to 0. PjT Japan, touching at llnooluln.
A British wmr ateamer U expected from Panama or Callao.
For 8 Fasscnco per Tankee, June 14 148 pkrs and
14 brl(.117 galls) molasaes. lAti ken and 27 pkir. (18.8W
lbs) sugar. U7 ban (13,490 hs) aildy. 77 cases and. 81 brta
( 14 tons) Jama. SoJ bales (MMCS tt) pulu. 27 kales (2.270 lbs)
fangua. '2A case and orb sweet potatoes, 20 brls and -JO pkgs
salt, 105 bags ecm. 200 watcrmelona, 2 bags coffee, 1 carriage,
1 pkg specie (i,OVI li).
a CAUroaxti. A recent Bmlletin has the fbl-
sswing tntrresting remark oa the prosiecu of trade In that
" Tb piosstct ef abonlaare in a3 tha branches of agricul
tare aad horticulture ia at present euconnucing. ami the people
are cbeerful, tor tb most part. In the expectation of speedily
rata ruins; from tb disasters of th past winter, cf which we
aow bear bat Utti said. Tb probability of Urge accessions to
tb npalallaa of thai Coast, wsa perhaps, never greater than at
tbr" tissa, since tbs early days of oar State. The var u-oa the
AtwwJ akla of oar asnlineot has not only induced maltitode
tbeae so sank a asore peaceful borne, but coupled with the mea.
swrajef awAae paUcy Jeemed nrxearary by our present ruler
far tb priteaU. a of oar boose Interest Las so deranged the
trsaU of other aa joor. ttoaa moUiines of tbeir laboring ciaase
caa wo luaxr tJ profiubl etaployinont, or even adenuate
sopwert witaia tbeir owa borders. In fcngland. Urge and effect
ive amnrsatswn, as we are informed, have been organised far
the Bssrgoae of aiding vmigraUou to the Cokmial possesion of
tb4 ssaalij. and especially to those North of us, where the
mm f rtsh mm akinea aeema to promise specly and rrmuner
attv aesBHalln to aba wfcUins; band of industry. British
aasaaaara are tHng'ns; many of these cmlgraou from Soutb
aasaeaa as Aaeaawad. and they bar already arrived among a
ta eery eooriderabte numbers, ea route for the above desliua
arma. It m, taorsfari;. worthy of remark, that ef the multitu-le
waa bar go thither Irom this pwt, by no meaao all were
mam mosaiaaa wttbia oar own bounds. We observe that tha
la that dsrectma still eootinara, not only sea ward, bat
ressrmad roate. Aa Interior aewspaper states that nearly
For Fax Fssvciaco per Yankee, June 14 H IlaekfeM and
wife, Mrs Wm Hillrhrand A son, Mrs Kdwards and 3 children.
Mrs Thos nobron and child. Her C T Mills, Mrs Foster and 3
chll lren. Miss Emma Smith. Miss Kite O-vy. Georre C Eiders,
D Foster and son. Capt W Dudley, T 11 Davie. James Love,
II Dunn, A Mulen 24.
From Wiisvmd Poart prr Kilauea, June 14 IT ron Holt.
Juice Robertson snd son, lions Varigny. wife and 3 children.
rpt Fehlher and wife, Mrs Sainton, Mr Paloma, Geo Jones,
U J set Son. and 120 deck passenrers.
ror viixt-wsao I'oars per Kilanra. June 17 Mrs D Bald
win, Miss Hal lie Baldwin, Miss K C croith. Miss Mary A Cooke,
Uianop 3Iatgret, Utti Jngranam, and about 80 passengers on
Tlie Settxth Volcme of tho Pacific Commer
cial Advertiser will commence with tho issue for
Tixly 3, 1802.
Our patrons, whose term of subscription ex
pires with the Gib volume, ending June 2Cth, are
respectfully requested to renew the same.
Terms 0.00 a year to any part of the Islands.
7.50 to foreign countries, which in
anrhidine- several mmilier. are estimated W be
Itasd aotween Barreiasals ami Bhaata. bsaad tor tb
1 ivwr aad Corrlooo nitars. from whatever countries
e al eosac, aad upon whatever portion of the aoant
Ibey h A l aeadal aappUe will be cbr-fly derived from
aad tbeir of lipase aetlltmcal ia asoat esses within
at rendered more than orohablB. b, mr mnw-
of eHmat asm ereat meiutiea asr a morn mmm
1 raoaa o Induurial warsuita. r
fa amdMssa s tas sli saoa us i per asowtft wttween tms port
we ksara tbt the British Pacifle Stram.ehip Cum
imssln aow pry atone; the western oosh ef Booth
Asssessn, tsarn istaSs exteadioc tbesr Una northward to British
Oat , ssaihiiig ker and a at also Mated that arrange
aseam tar nanlng tho Kiearagna root will soon be perfected.
Aa "so I aailitt . enemmd with other mdacemeat aow
fast area a Inn sass saaalgraiioa to this
fad to fce a tlendrd with the moat ad rants geous
A grwwiaa- lotrrest ka beea amnLVsted rf lata In enrtrata
wb bfta AsbUie porta and eoaa.rie bothering apon tb
nvor. w suua two. Bxmuu past ioar or ore small bat
1 aread Carina aava aesa arnt in that dirKtion.
' e- x t -stimuntai. bat amatly based anao tha knowl.
ot e ppsra, who bava been Bjpoa the ground and spent
tha ha atamtn snnmalina te Khine tb wants and
I af that regfeow I be details of these carwoes. with
i cxeewCon. to far a wo cuold wbtate them, lav acea
sd far th aenedt of alL W are aot disise-l to o.-sew
rarbt of aaw to withhold liatwmmtioa
rlvato amUra. but. as ha km aAm
sold, the want ef a market Irbrrmi.'U aal aarrchandiae it
the groat snust of Catiferala, aat tb publhavaa Interest la
th ssasier which ws are baaad to sobserva with our best ability.
wmt amarwaal satarprtm ahsald aadoobteuiy be encouraged.
i m ao prowrtef y wtaxever ia surreivierlng Ut trade of balf
, who caaaot adeouaiely dcveloto te.
I ta rwat syram; woald e a poUi benefit, and pro-
J waa la mm advaiitsgouo t tho cluocera taemsrires."
nCW BKDFOMD OIL MAKtET April 33.
I-Tb awtsl It srt aad drooping. Tb mr aal
n M IOO arts at 81 U. .
Wan Wo antic more Inquiry, aad mat to tb extent of
lWwa.bl pareeta,haTqeoo as li ill tsoarsaH. Weqaotei
aad asm tsr oxaswt, at a pvio not transpired aadlaSOda.to
Uoam&amraiav.Uw at 48. a0 at 47 is. aad 80O00 ori-
dttlag la wkassnoaa.
. X J earn" Bbmaea m riaaalala. Iw Jaar.
dy. a. at. I dr. b. m.
riratQoarWr ft .4 -18 at. 1 Last Quarter.. 4 . 41 A
Foil Moo...Il -f 44. rMMl....il 13 A
- . Saiaa'Malle. i . -
Poo SWa rnatsrsscn pet Speed wen, emriy In July.
Pna MssaonasiA per Mom'ng star. Ibis day. .
Var LaasiXa per Kamni. Friday or 9xnay.
Fott Idtva psi Maria, FrUlay or Satarday.
Foa Kosa per Steamer, oa Uooday next.
2?on? of xxonoitTjZsTj. n. i.
Jaaa I' Caw stoop LoaJxa, "Bent, from Palmyra and Washing-
tea Island, with a large quantity of fish and soma
M9tw9 19 wHCw
cT 13 Bern Kettle Merrill, Bnrre. from Tliln and Lahaina,
wHh 431 keg and 3 mat sugar, 60 bales polo, 24
nag ranfoa, s-jugoat skin. M hidts,13obia spars.
sag wsooaaata, 3 bogs, 1 canoe 1 cabin and 38
14 Am clipper ship Phantom. Barreot, 14 day from Saa
Prnocise, ae route far China. Sailed again same
: X ftat aii KBaaea, BrvrSl, from windward porta, with
" , H head rattle, 43 sheep, U hrrs, IS hin, 8 bales
fastgtss, bags coaVe. 1 art tallow, 1 box boory, S
pkgs batter, 19 do. beef, 1 do. fruit, 1 do. specie.
14 cV Ism Booke, Wilbur ,lm Laima. with 40 fanr
pasta, 1000 pampkin. 800 matermelnna, auO goat
skins, 44 hide, 100 bdla ragar cane. 8 ban tama
rind, lot awe. ft dna fowls, 1 ptyi 1 cabin and SO
11 Bra Kekaaloohi. Henry, from Knrta aad Eao. with 73
' bag eoweo, 235 do. raugas, 1000 orsngea, 207 guat
. - xlisi, (9 baucbe banana, ft pkg hooey. 1 roll
leather, 80 bides, 1 horse, 1 cow, 1 mule, 4 bogs,
ft Ilea Morwahlae, blahs n. from Kdoa and XawiUwiU,
with 144 son eons, 1 do. neacs. 73 oo. fih, 4 bales
fasigMS, 1 bake tobacco, 8 bides, 1 brl tallow, ft keg
batter, 3 male. 1 horse. 1 bollock, 10 cord wood,
X crbia and 4) deck passengers.
It kea Kaeaesamob IT, Morse, from KaJepolepa. with
11 sus I weed.
)7 Am bark PbiUip 1st. Cabana, 30 day from Paget
earns ea rout tor Shanglae, with a cargo of mm-
bor. cwnad aala next any. - . . -
If Sea faafaeikl. flap sin. from Kabekd, with 200 aesneU
bssd. kegs sojrar, aad 3 povaensw.
JT Scfl Jisaams, Ur a,to aaiiko, m ith 10 kegs sugar,
44) bra is ilinsta, aad sossengtrs.
Jan 14Aai kark Tsakee. f3-xtoo, for Saa Francrsro.
1 1 dbb) 5txi MerTiM. Bar, far Lahaina aad Uilo.
It firh K-kaaloobi. llenry. far Knna and K-ta.
14 Beb ffamiiliiia-ti- Macao, tor liana Wi.
17 ts ear Kilaaea, Berriil, far Lafaa.ua. Kawaihac and
other windward porta.
IT Sea Emma Book, W liber, lor Lahaina.
lt aeb Moiwaaioe, Kahna. tor KawUiwtli and Koloa.
17 Bris Warwick, Belt, far M-lofci4
17 Feb Jtaaa Uta. fataee, toe Maliko.
If H M-Urtkt, Wapete, far Laaaraa aod KalmloJ.
icporta Left Hoc ala March 28,
April ft, after a pieaaant passage
Island, aad arrhed there
th mtmr pface. -eyper-enced Hght,
daw. WjtA mmilnail boavy raia
ar"in rum ef tba pert. Ia hu. 4 0 so
UZ 11 - ' V fa id a westerly eerrent runninsr at the
TU L at 24 hoar-O CapC B. ho been -rr lb
r-QJ r Mfwal wf dariaff Ok lt Ire ye, but
if a set. ta croastng ta .do, bo
abaaot bsbaod Ike grsattr port of tb time, wtu, mack
WavW tain tbea b erpoc leased ea any arrrlon ort-rstoe.
THURSDAY, JUNE 10.
Tito jCorelani News.
Hj the Speedwell and Phantom we are in re
ceipt of foreign papers, from California to May
31st, with telegrams from Washington to May
24th, being from the latter point, some fifteen
days later than previous advices. During that
interim, the city of Norfolk, which id an im
portant aaval station, was taken possession of,
on the 11th of May, by (Jen. Wool, with 5,000
troops. The Navy Yard will immediately be put
in repair, and again become a principal resort
for government vessels. Tho destruction of the
rebel iron-clad Tessel, the Merrimac, by her crew
is no great loes, as she could never have been of
much service to the government in the war, and
would undoubtedly have been condemned. Her
destruction removes one source of anxiety from
the Northern cities.
We expected to bear that Richmond was taken
and oceppied by the federal troops ; but largo
armies move very slowly. At the latest dates,
May 24, M'Clellan's forccn were within five miles
of that city, and if, as a Prussian officer bays,
bis army is perfectly irresi.table, be will not re
main long before it, but pass through and beyond
it. The Rebel Government, including Jeff. Davis
and Lis Secretaries, with the records of their
traitorous acts by courtesy called archives, had
Bed southward to Danville, a small and safe re
treat, to abide the result of the advance on Rich
mond. That city has no very important fortifi
cations about it, yet the rebel troops will un
doubtedly make a stand there and fight, but as a
retreating army can seldom be placed in a posi
tion to insure a victory, they can only fight
tgainst hope. Where the rebels will retreat
t is simply a matter of speculation. Their
bounds are daily being narrowed, and a surren
der of the leaders will soon become inevitable.
The proclamation of Gen. Hunter, Commander-in-Chief
of the Union forces in Florida,
Georgia and South Carolina, proclaiming free
dom to every slave in those States, is a most re
arkablo and bold step for any general to take.
It is somewhat similar to thote of General
Fremont in Miojri, and Gen. Phelps in Missis
sippi, but goes much farther, proclaiming abso
lute freedom to all, slaves of loyal or rebels. As
a consequence, it is reported that there bad been
a serious insurrection of tlaves in Charleston.
The President promptly disavowed the edict, and
ordered that it be revoked, which places the
slave qaestion just as it was before all con
trabands" the property of rebels, seeking protec
tion, will be received by the federal forces and
employed as servant, not to be returned to their
From the recent action of Congress in abolish
ing slavery in the District of Columbia, which is
warmly approved throughout the North ; and
from the resolution recently passed by the same
body, that slavery in the territories, which are
the national domain, as much as is the District
of Columbia, is ntw and shall forever be pro
hibited, it is evident that the public senti
ment of the North is undergoing a great change,
and that some action in regard to the manumis
sion of slaves, so far as it pertains to the rebels,
will soon be taken by Congress. To direct and
restrain this growing public sentiment is the
task before the President, and a most difficult
one it is. It belongs to him to hold back the
popular spirit rather than to urge it on ; and this
appears to be the position which be Las taken.
Born snd brought up in a slave State, be is not
unacquainted with the peculiar institution he is
called to deal with, nor with its arbitrary advo
cates and supporters ; and while he has enough
of anti-slavery sentiment to approve of any judi
cious measures brought to operate against it, be
will not seek to move in advance of the popu
lar sentiment. His conversative course thus far
has won over to him such men as Mr. Crittenden
of Kentucky, who at the time of his election
bad no confidence in Lis ability, but now admire
The State of North Carolina appears from the
advices to be wheeling back into the Union line.
Gov. Clark has sent Jeff. Davis word that no
more soldiers can be obtained from that State,
and all North Carolina soldiers in the confede
rate army are to be recalled, and further that no
confederate forces will be permitted to pass
through the State except to return to their homes.
This looks Tery much like backing oat of the
rebellion. The governor would never have taken
these steps unless supported by the. majority of
the prvpl. Previous to this dorioive onion ar. I
tion, a military governor, Edward Stanley, bad
been appointed over the State of North Caro
lina by the President; but If her own elected
governor is proving thus loyal, some modification
or change will probably be made in the appoint
ment of Mr. Stanley, who is one of the most
popular of her! statesmen, and an uncomprom
ising Union man.
Affairs in the West do not appear to have
changed much' The immense armies mustered
at Corinth have not yet tested their strength.
The telegraphic accounts say that Gen. Halleck
holds Beauregard fast as in a vic, in a position
from which Le cannot move either to attack or
retreat, without weakening his strength, and
that his purpose is now to starve tho rebel army,
which it will not take long to do. If Beaure
gard hold the railroad to Memphis and also that
to Mobile and New Orleans, which, from all we
can learn he does, a retreat is not impossible,
while the road fur bringing in supplies are also
From New Orleans the telegrams are meager,
and give no important news, other than that
the city is occupied by the Union forces and the
port was to be opened on the 1st of June to com
merce. On the Mi&ieeippi, the fleet of Union
gunboats had ascended the river and taken pos
sess on of Vicksburg, 392 miles above New Or
leans, which is an important railroad center, the
occupation of which will prevent the rebel
army escaping to Texas or Arkansas. The fleet
was rapidly moving on, and at .he latest date
was about half-way between Vicksburg and
Memphis. Fort Wright, eighty miles above
Memphis, where Com. Footo has been bombard
ing for some time, has been evacuated by the
rebels, and probably both Union fleets arrived at
Memphis about the same timo.
From Europe the news possesses some interest,
arising from a report that tho French Govern
ment intended to interfere in the American var
and declare in favor of the Southern Confede
racy. This, however, is a false report, and it
all arose from the visit to Richmond of the
French Ambassador .t Washington. This vihit
was a private ono, iuienJ d only to gratify his
curiosity. The fallowing will explain it :
Wasii'XGTO.v, May 21. Permission has been gm-n
to state the facts in rer.rd to the Frcuch Minister's
visit to Richmond, which has excited so much atten
tion in this country an l in Europe. Mr. Mercicr
had do instructions from his Government, nor had it
the least knowleJge of bis iutcntion to go to Ilic'li
mood. Mr. Mercier, in conversation with Secietury
Seward, expressed bis regret that be could not m-e
Kicbmond and judge for himselr about the views and
expectations of the insurecoU. Mr. Seward replied
that be could go without any objections from tlrs
Government, and that be wished every foreign Millili
ter would so sou see for himself bow hopeless the lit
surrection was. M. Mercier went unofficially, in 00
way acting or speaking for bis Government, or com
promising bis relations towards the United btatiS.
The President was previously consulted, and be ;i;
proved of bis course. Un bis return M. AJercu-r
called 00 the Secretary of State and the Prenider,t,
and communicated to theni frankly the iujpresbu us
he had received- lie held to official coruniunicati. n
with any one, nor did he permit himself to receive
any official attention.
The English Government inquired into Ihe
matter, and we find the following report of what
transpired in Parliament:
In the House of Commons Mr. Lay anl stated tli.it
as far as the English Government knew. Minister
Mercier's visit to Richmond was without instructions
from France, and was attended with no political f 0
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
IIawaiiaxs is CaxiroRsiA. We find in a lat-
Alta an extract from a letter giving a description t
a colony or sandwich Islandets now Uvine at lndiat
Creek, El Dorado County, California. We frequent
ly hear the taunt from foreigners that tbese islandet
have no religioa but sensuality, that they are a rac
of hypocrites, &c Let such as are unwilling t
credit them with honest intentions in their christian
profession, read the following testimony, how II
waiians live in a foreign country, and in localiti
where religion and morals are at a discount
Though abiding in a community where the Sabbat .
is almost unknown, these redeemed savages let thei
Hght shine, and show to their morj civilized and
refined (?) neighbors thr.t the teachings which they
have received from tbeii missionary pastors have not
been lost to them. A goodly number of these na
tives subscribe for the native newspaper Kuokoa
and thus their interest in their native isles is kep
up, and they are kept informed of every thing c
importance transpiring here.
I found here twenty-four Kanakas, principally
Hawaiians, and two from the bout a beas; two Ha
waiian women, three Indian women, of the Digger"
race, and four half Indian children. At this 1 was
nut surprised. But I was not prepartd to find two
of the Indian women spea-inz Hawaiian very cor
rectly, all of them dressing neatly, catting, washing
and ironing their own and their husband's and chil
dren's clothes; to find one of them reading the Ha
waiian Bible very intelligently, as does also the
oldest child, a girl of eight or ten years; to find two
of these Digger" women ta-ing part in prayer
meetings, expressing regrets at their former igno
rance, and pity for their ignorant relatives; and to
find them all desirous to le.trn more. I was not
prepared to find one of the best cf their dwelling
houses set apart exclusively for religious worship-
floored, seated with backless benches, with a table at
one end for the speaker; to find tba natives holding
early morning and evening meetings every week day,
besides seven district meetings on Sunday, and one
Thursday afternoon meeting; and to find that for a
few weeks past tbey have kept op an afternoon sing
ing school. Most of their dwelling bouses are quite
rough, but Kenao, perhaps the nio-t substantia
Hawaiian christian in California, I found living in a
neat little clapboard bougj put up by himself, paint
ed outside and in, and two of the rooms neatly
papered. I have uot found more interesting com
munity since coming to California. Two of the
Indiau women speak Hawaiian altogether. One of
t'uetu reads it with considerable ease and correctness,
joins in the singing, takes part in the prayer rneet-
ngs, and prays in secret, fche has just beeu taken
down with the small pox. I shall earnestly plead
that she may not be taken away now. She is the
mother of three bright children, one now at
Sandwich Islands. The eldest child, a girl of eight
or ten years, is also a good reader. She is fast re
covering from the small pox, and acts like a well
behaved and thoughtful girl. My heart has been
touched by her patience under su ering. They have
pat a stop to drunkenness among themselves, sending
otf those who would driiik and steal. They tell me
that after due deliberation tbey voted to raise $500 for
a new church, anc that it is to be accomplished
within this year. After soma hesitation as to wheth
er to contribute anything for missionary purposes
till they had raised the 500 for their church, they
finally voted, before I arrived, to take up a contribu
tion every mouth ly concert.
Great Britain. -In
the House of Lords, the Duke of Somerset said
tba 'o the course of the present year England would
have ien effective armor-plated vessels afloat, and in
the course of next year five or six more.
In the Iouse cf Commons, .Mr. Fitxserald gave
notice that he would soon call attention to the rela
tions of En?!nJ with Mexico. Lord Palmerston
announced that Parliament would adjourn for the
Easter recess from the 1st to the 28:u of April. Mr.
Gladstone made his financial report. He stated that
the actual expenditure of the government for the
past year was S35..190.000. and the revenue 343,
872.395, showing a deficit of S5.800.000. He esti
mated the revenue next year at 5350,950,000, and
the expenditure at 850,200.000, thus showing it
small surplus. As regards changes in duties and
taxes, the only alteration of consequence is a com
mutation of the bop duty, the amouut of w ich is to
be got in future from beer, at the rate of three pence
per barrel, instead of Trom the material. The duty
on playing cards is reduced from one shilling to
three pence. Foreign bonds and loans of all descrip
tions are to pay one eighth per cent. The other
changes are merely modifications of sundry licenses
and the wine duties. The 15th of September is the
day fixed for the repeal of the bop duty. Mr. Glad
stone, in the course of his speech, adverted to the
great drawbacks arising from the American crisis,
which harl turned out worse than was anticipated.
The cotton criiis was a most serious restore to Eng
land. A blockade bad of course been expected, out
it 1.-1 nrnsl far more ricorous. and extended over
a greater line cf toast than bad been anticipated, and
its effect bad been nearly to uouoie me price 01 voi
ton. The loss on the American trade was great, the
exports having fallen from nearly twenty-two millions
sterling in 18G0. to only nine millions in loot.
Trade with America, according to recent returns.
was, however, improving.
A Remabkablb Mas. Ono Sanderson, of Orleans
county. New York, makes this startling proposition,
though the eoli'mos of the Rochester Democrat:
"The undersigned is willing to enter into an
agreement to build two steam battering rami for one
hundred and fiftv thousand dollars (150.000), and
whip any war vessel now afloat without firing a gun
or losing a man ; then, for seventy-five thousand
dollars (S75.0O0). be will build four rams and whip
the two first without firing a guo or losing a mati 1 on
either side ; then, for fifty thousand dollars (950,
000). he will build eight rams and whip the four
without firing a gun or losing a man onlhJ?',d;
then, for twenty-five thousand dollars ($2o,000), he
will build a caloric pony, and place on it a battery,
and do more fighting with it than any regiment of
infkntrv that is now is the field, and by so doing
demonstrate the fact that the day has come when
n Af .fin can disband their armies and comparatively
speaking, do all their fighting by calorie or sera-
Well, what will caloric and steam fight? How
long would it take to subdue a nation if these ma
chines were only devoted to the annihilation of each
other? ftm. Paper. -
Expect to Arrive per
AVI 11 leave Honolulu
Tlio Iorlisln ttiro.
The House of Representatives has been engngi-d
for the most part during the past week on the
appropriation bill, having reached, up to the
close of yesterday s session, tho Judiciary D,
partment, where their labor of retrenchment
was suddenly checked by finding out that t! o
salaries of judges and clerks were all fixed ,j
the Civil Code, and they bad no authority to
alter them. They applied to tho Chief Justice
for his opinion in the matter. A number f
important items, however, have been passed i.y
till the remainder of the bill has been considered,
among which is that of the War Depurtmeii.
This item bus always been a bono of contentii';V
between the two bouses. The lower bouse h-ts
refused almost invariably to vote the large euus
called fo? by the Secretary, generally in one ite.M,
vix : " For tho War DeptrtLoent 40,000 to
$50,000." This refusal has not been withc.it
some reason, for no legislative body can be ;
pected to willingly vote such sums blindly. Ni.iv
if the Secretary will call for specific sums for tf.e
officers or men required be the total annua;'y
needed $10,000 or 25,000 we doubt not t;ie
lower house Wwui.t readily vote what is absolut-y
required for an tXcient service in thid depig
ment. It is tb voting of tho amount Llinly
that creates the opposition it has always met.
An entire day was taken np discussing a re
duction of the salaries of the Justices of ti0
Supreme Court. No reduction can be made Jn
these salaries, during the term of any incumbent,
as the Constitution provides, whether wisely ;;r cariied them all off. It ?s thought that 15.000 to 20,-
not we will not say, to that effect. The otjiy 000 men have gone from San Fraucisco, Oregon and
remedy, if it is desired to reduce the salary, isito other parts for these wonderful diggings. If one in a
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amend the Uonstitution, wnicn would requje
Not tet Righted. A large number of Eastern
and European letters known to have been writ ten,
and which ought to have come by the Speedwell rr
Phantom, are still missing. So with the papers.
The New Yoik weeklies of March, and a portion of
April have not been received. We see it stated in
one cf the San Francisco papers, that the steamer
which arrived there on the 18th of May, brought no
mail from some cause. In another paper we see that
all the mail bags on the route between St. Louis and
Salt Lake bad beeu ordered back to St. Louis, to be
sent to New York and thence by steamer. And still
another statement that the overland letter mail had
again commenced going through regularly. Any
way, Messrs. contractors, so that we, out in this part
of the world, can get our letters and papers after
awhile December and January dates are yet to
arrive we shall try an i be patient a little longer.
Personal. Among the passengers by the Speed
well we are glad to .welcome back Mr. Ileco, the
young Japanese who, our readers will remember,
spent several months in Honolulu some to or three
years siuce. He is on bis way from Washington to
Japan, having received from the U. S. Government
the appointment of interpreter and translator to
the American Consulate, Kamtgawa, with the rank
of Vice Consul. He expects to proceed on to Japan
by a vessel, which Messrs. C. W. Brooks & Co. of
San Francisco, purposed dispatching about the end
of June. It is possible that the steamer ll'yoming
would leave also with the same destination about the
Aquatic Gtmsastics. Un Siturdiy last, as the
bark Yankee was leaving the wharf, our Marine
Reporter, who was on board, found himself going to
sea without a passport. Being an amateur gymnast,
and accustomed to tall leaps, he attempted to jump
on to the wharf from tbo vessel, but uufurtuuately
brought up under the wharf, and somewhere near
the teasel' keel, which be reports sound for a long
voyage. It isn't the first time that the last man"
has bad a ducking. As reporter, being anxious to
time the accident, the first thing be did on landing
was to pull out his repeater, but found it full of
Short or Men. The bark Philip 1st, touched at
this port on the 17th, from Puget Sound, to procure
seamen, the rush for Cariboo and other mines having
AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
JUNE Monday, 23d.
JULY Monday, 7th, 14th, 21st
AUGUST Monday, 4th, 11th and
SEPTEMBER Monday, 1st, 8th
15th and 2 2d.
N. B. The KICAVEA leaves Honolulu for Kona and inter.
mediate ixrts EVERY MONDAY next quarter, except Mon
day Augu-t 18, on which week she lays up.. She will leave
Kealakekua on Wednesdays, and Kawaihae on Thursdays'
arriving at Honolulu on Saturday morning.
JAXI03J, GREEN If Co.,
Honolulu, June, 1862. (317) Agents II. S. N. Co.
ALES PIXK AXD YELLOW PRINTS,
Eales checked prints,
Bales purple prints, .
. Bales fancy prints.
Bales printed regatta shirts.
Bales hickory shirts.
Bales printed shirts,
Bales pink shirts,
. Bales white cotton shirts.
Bales denim frock and pants
Bales white shirting.
Bales black and blue Orleans,
Cases Victoria lawns,
Cases white moleskin.
Cases cotton velvets.
Cases cotton pant stuff,
Cases LIck and white linen thread,
Flat pointed spikes,
French naiU, -Stranne
4c-, 4C-. c-, e- Sl-2m
G-ERIflAlV Aff-E !
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE, iu qnarta.
'or sale at
a 10-2m JUfclA:ilJVK3 S UO.-B.
ALT WATER SOAP.
For sale at
MELCHERS & Co.'s-
Black and Blue Broadcloth.
Hosotx-O Firs rr.Kvmrr,'
June , ltd.
THE FOLLOWING GENTLE
MEN are appointed FIRE WARDENS Tor the
ensuing year, by the Board of Bxpresoaialiret
of the Department :
Mr. 8. II. Dowsrrr
Jlr. J. H. Blown,..
Mr. J. B. Bbadlct-....
.District No. I
" - j
Per Order of the Chief Engiuocr.
STE.VCIL PLATES.-The waderaiar4
now prepared to fill all orders for Finn Plates, Plantation Pha
Case or Bald Plate on shnrt notic-s. All orders left at A. D
Cart Wright's Grocery and Feed Store, will receive prompt au-a.
via l. f I j t j n i i .
A. F. A. !. La PbocbbS de L'Ockabib Low,.
No. 1.4, under the jurisdiction of the Sanreme Cobb.
cit of the Grand Central Lodge of France, workinc ia
the ancient Scotch Rite, holds its regnlar meetings oa the Wed.
aesday nearest the full moon cf each month, at the old Lodga
Room, in King street. Visiting brethren reapectfulty lnvue4
August 13. l307-3m P. C. JONES, Secretary. '
1 nrUs POUNDS TAMARINDS
F Vr VF -F will be ireh.ised by the noderaif ned.
For thos. in the shell, they will pay S cents per pound wltbsct
the shell, t cents per pound.
316-3ra FREDERICK HORN CO. "
OF ALL THK
BY THE LAND COMMISSION IJf OAHC
MAUL. HAWAII. MO-OKA I AXD KAUAI.
in one Volume price $2 60. To be had at the Office of the
31B-3tn lMTKiUlt lIKfAKTUKNT.
FflOTOGMPIQC GALLERY !
IText Door to the Post-Office,
Up Stairs, Over the Advertiser Office.
riVIIE rXDERSICN'Kl), HAVING PT'R.
M. CIIASED the above-inentionrtl huiiH-ss from Sir. J.W.
Kins', is now prepared to take PORTRAITS In the brat uiuum-
aud latest styles , also, VIEWS OF DWELLINGS, 4c
Tr Constantly on hard, and receiving ty rery Packt
from San Francisco, a full tmpply ot Puis and Faxct au8S.
316-t U. I. II A3 K.
HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSON'S BAR.
burine or trusting my wife KIOHXA. as I will nay no
bills of her contracting, as (he baa left aiy bed nt board vit'
out any cause whatever. - .
South Kona, Tlawali, June 12, 1802. SlS-3t
two sessions to effect it, or to attach a clause -Jo
tlieso items, providing that in case of any chan-.
the Ealariefl of the new incumbents bo fixed ..t
the desired rates. This is the readiest mode, id
may oe tne Deec.
A lew bills have been brought bclore the ncpe
for discussion, but nothing of special importaij
Tho Nobles have postponed the consideration!
hundred dues as well as he would in the business he
left, he will be lucky. Most of tbe vessels leaving
the Sound were short of men. and we shall probably
have others touch here to procure hands.
VALUABLE EEAL ESTATE !
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS A
for sale all that lot of land, corner of Fort and FvM
Kukui Streets, with dwellings, outhouses, &c - e
For further particulars, enquire on tbe premises.
SI7-lm DANIEL BURNS,
THE DWELLING HOUSE AND
Premises, on Garden Streot, presently occupied
bv the undersigned. Besides the main building,
which is built of adobie, there is a wooden cottage in tlie yard,
nearly new, containing two good bed rooms. The premises are
well adapted for a lodging and boarding house, having tbe
Governmeut water laid on. Apply to
317-3t ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS.
WAinrn iitth n i'xdkrsionpo
3O.0001bs. good Paddy, in shipping order, for which
S cents per pound will be paid on delivery. Apply at the
Auction Room of . J. it. JO-.
American & English P apers
HPIIE AMERICAN MAILS HAVING BEEN
JL restored to the Panama Steamers, as formerly, tlie under
signed will hj able to supply subscribers hereafter with more
regularity than duiing the past year. Persons subscribing for
any Euli.li or American ieriudical now received by him, Can
be assured of receiving thetn promptly.
tor terms, see list of periodicals on the first page.
817-lin 11. M. WHITNEY.
Proposals for Consular Exchange,
HMO THE AMOUNT OF St.OOO. MORE OR
M. less, trill ie received at the IT. S. Consulate, Lahaina,
nntil noon of July. 1st.
liilU approved by the IT. S. Comuiis.
Lahaina, June, 1882. 317-2t
E. P. ADAMS,
U. S. Deputy Consul.
Binding. Those having jobs in the book-bind
ing liue, that they wish done, will observe the ad
vertisement of Mr. Yolluru, who has taken charge of
the Mission Bindery. Mr. Y. conies well recommend
ed, and will no doubt satisfy any who eutrust tbeir
the steamboat monopoly bill passed by the lojS r work to him. Heretofore considerable work has been
bouse. If the government has absorbed 8enl 10 n r rancisco to ue uone. . nere is now no
000 of the cap.Ul stock of the Kilauca, af necessity oi tms, as u cm oe uono as wen, more
would it not be the best plan now to takeEe 8Peedi1' and M ah"W here na therc-
Whole, and run her on government account, j-.t ' CnasK's Ambiiottpb Rooms, over the Com-
in such a way as least to interfere withsai mercial .llverliser, office are a favorite resort. Mr.
C. has recently introduced some improvements, which
enable hi in to furnish pictures excelling in beauty
and delicacy of shade anything yet produced in his
line in Honolulu. A single trial is all that is needed
to satisfy any one of this. Call anJ examine his
Mr. OEO. W. TOLLtiH,
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO. HAS TAKEN
charge of tlie Uiudcry, and Is prepared to execute ail
orders for binding,
Illustrntrrl Xf wspapers,
Old Boohs, Sec.
Particular attention paid ta rc-Wmling old and choice book-.
Mr. T. havinc hid uiany years experience in hook-binding in
all !U branches, hopes to receive a share of tlie busiuess required
Orders from the other islands, should he accompanied with
particular directions, as to the s'.yle. and. if the work is to match
volumes previously bound, a ttample volume .hould be sent
with the job.
Orders may be left at the book store of n. M. Whitney.
At the Commercial Adv. Office,
Per "Speedwell" and "Phantom,"
JUNE 13 and 14.
XTRA FIXE QUALITY.
for sale at
MELCHERS & Co.'s.
LUE AND PINK ORLEANS,
Black and blue silk for dresses.
Black and colored silk neckties,
Black silk crr.vats.
Black si I . umbrellas,
Black silk velvet.
Black velvet ribbons.
Colored velvet bracelets.
Colored velvet ribbons,
As-rt.o-ttoo socks anil stockings,
Hunting Pwtrdcr Sa 1 lb. Tina.
For eaie by
316-2m MELCHERS k Co.
PERMAX LAGER BIER.
For sale by
C1I1EDA M GIN. UIT DE GENEVER
vt.n J. T. Beukers. For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER At STAPENHORST.
" " Chateau La rose,
Warranted genuine. For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
avJs. Marcobrumer, Moselirine and Assmannshaenser.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
ll For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER if STAPENHORST.
Olives and Capers.
FRENCH OLIVES AND CAPERS.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER If STAPENHORST.
NSISTING OF. A LARGE ASSORT
MENT of German. English and French Goods, selected
with the greatest care for the taste of this mexke, is now lamed
and ready for sale.
The custom of jobbers an-1 retailers Is respectfully solicited by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER STAPENHORST.
WINES AND SPIRITS, &c.
ksT- CASES PURE HOLLAND GIN, to glass,
fj vf 60 Baskets Pure Holland Uin, in stone jugs.
Cases fine Pale Sherry, 1 doe. each,
- " Madeira, "
u w Pale Ccgnae Brandy, (high proof.) .
Casks Lager Beer, 4 dos, each.
Just received, and for sale in bond or duty paid, by
815-3t F. S. l'-ATT fc CO.
Thursday Morning, aiaj it).
Tust Received .
F1ROM EUROPE. AND NOW OPENED,
1 a few very choice and saerior
GENTtEMEN'S HATS J
Of the latest Paris Styles, at
31 4-1 m
A. P. CLESHORN'S
Fire -Proof Store, on the Wharf.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
A SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF HESSIANS
particularly adapted for Kice, Wool and Pulu.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
IJOOM AND HALL PAPER
HI In the latest Paris styles, beautiful and cheap.
For sale by -
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
HEMP CANVAS AND RAVENS.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & STAPENHORST.
ffARPER'S WEEKLY, Apr. 12 19 26
AVAL and Mny 1
coasters? In that caso no charter or monoi.
will be required.
The daily sessions of the Representatives h.. ,f.
for the past few days, been quite lengthy, awi-
aging five boors, and we think they can vdl
afford to devote as much time to the public service.
The details of the proceedings given in another
column will be found interesting.
A New U. S. Officer tob the Pacific. In th
Washington editorial correspondence of the S. F.
Bulletin, we notice the following paragraph, iutima.
ting that a Consul-General will soon he appointed for
this ocean. How large bis Geld will be is not sta'ej;
but it will probably comprise most of the groups cf
this ocean, and perhaps extend to tbe Austi aline
colonies. As a necessary consequence to the avDoint-
ment of such an officer, a revenue cutter will Le re
quired to enable hint to visit the various stations in
bis field once a year. Honolulu will undoubtedly
be selected as bis bead-quarters, as tbe facilities for
speedy communication with the home Government,
are not equaled by any station in this ocean :
A Coxei t. Gesebal roa tub Pacinc The Seo
retary of the Treasury, in nis annual report, advises
the appointment of a Consul-Genera! for the Pacific
ports, whose business it shall be to travel about from
point to point to tbe Pacific, where America. Consuls
are stationed, to supervise their conduct cf tbe public
bosineas. check and expose frauds, etc Mr. Cha-e
and the Fifth Auditor, by their reports, well sustain
their proposition that aucb aa oticer would save to
the Government a large sum of money, which is
stolen or squandered by Consuls in the P.tcifio under
tba present system. Oo motion of Mr. Latham, the
Committee on Foreign Affairs have been instructed
o report a bill to carry the recommendation into
O-ly ose. Tbe departure of the brig Morning
Star to-day, will leave in port only one square-rig-
gid vessel, tbe Speedwell, unless some other craft
should arrive this morning.
137" By referring to her schedule, it will he seen
that the steamer will leave on Mondats, instead of
Mondays and Tuesdays as heretofore. This is a de-
cided improvement, particularly for the natives, who
have been confused with the alternating days. Could
she make a trip to II. once in every six weeks or so,
it would doubtless pa well, if well advertised.
JF We received no information of any projected
departures from San Francisco for Honolulu, and it
is not unlikely that we may have to wait several weeks
till the return of the ICathlten or Comet for our
next mails, tbosgh some China-bout J clipper may
touch and leave us papers. We do not hear of any,
however, likely to do so.
Rice. Mr. Oudinot sends us a fair sample of rice
raised in Lahaina, showing that good rice can be
produced there. Tbe yield was large, 800 lbs. of
paddy baring been taken off from a patch measuring
30 by 68 feet.
Jcxe 17th Tbe ever-memorable anniversary of
the Battle of Bunker Hill was not forgotten in Hono
lulu, American flags having been generally hoisted
in houor of the day.
ST" Tbe Morning Star tails to-day for a four
month's cruise to the missionary stations in the
Caroline group. She takes Mrs. Sturges aud three
native miseionat ies as passengers.
One Top Baggy For Sale!
CeFJ MADE TO ORDER BY BROWN"
ELL, of New Bedford nearly new.
517-lm WILCOX, RICH ARTO Cx
N Y. Herald, April II 21 May 1
N. Y. World April 19 26 May 3
N. Y. Ledfter May 3
French Illustrated March 1522
N. Y. Z-ituiiR A pril 5 12 19 2fl
Vanity Fair Aril 12 19 2S May 3
N. Y. Illustrated News May 3 10
Boston Journal April 1026
French Courier April 11 21 May 4
London I lust rated Sews April a
London Punch April 5
London Examiner Apnl 5
London Bell's Life April S
S. F. Week'y Bulk-tin May 1724- 31
S. F. Weekly Alta May 172431
Sacramento Union May 17 24
Harper's Macazine for May
Lewie's Magazine for May
Gorley's Magazine for May and June
Atlantic Magazine for May
Kclctic Magazine for Msy
Hunt's Merchants Magazine for April
Grover & Baker's Improved Patent.
ffJVj1 '. 1 ,4 a iiAvtii niK Mbti UN IS OF
r-5mi " Grover k Faker's best Sewing- Machines.
I I I I witn a" the new improvements, including the
HE AIMER ATTACHMENT.
It ia a strong well-made and superior machine and perfectly
new. This is a rare opportunity for a family to obtain a pood
one at cost. A pply soon. PRIC E 1 OO.
H. M. WHITNEY.
T'HE UXDERS1CXKD HAVING BEEV
appointed Uoardian of the person and property of KOD
KKT W. HOLT, of Honolulu, hereby gives notice to all persons
indebted to him to niak-? immediate payment : and all neraons
having claims agHinst the same, are hereby requested to present
them to the undersigned.
W. A. ALDItlCH,
Honolulu, May 31, 1S62 815-3t Guardian.
rjlIIE UNDERSIGNED. GUARDIAN OP
M. the person and property of KOBKRT W. HoLT. hereby
forbids any person trusting the said Kohert W. Holt, as from
this date be will pay uo debts contracted by tbem.
W. A. ALDRICn,
Honolulu, May 31.1S62. 31 5-3 1 Guardian.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL PAY FOR
rd Paddy. 3 cents per pound from this date, in cash.
nonolnln. May 15, 12.
O. P. JCDI.
1IATCIIES OP THE WELL KNOWN
X'-al superior quality. For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER STAPENHORST.
In the desirable sizes. Fur sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER If STAPENHORST.
I PORTLAND, ROMAN 4i AIR CEMENT.
For sale by
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER A STAPENHORST,
Fire Brick, Tiles.
tjlOR SaLG BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER k
riRUSIIED St. CAR.
w ror sale by
FAMILY CROfERV AM FEED STORE!
CHOICE LOT OP TEAS
" Comet" Oolong Tea,
Basket tea, 1 lb.,
English breakfast tea,
Curious breakfast tea,
Good medium teas.
Plagniol sala't oil,
Bacazalupi salad oil,
Jenny Lin J enkes,
No. 1 China rice,
Hamlin & Jiaker'o Oystirs.
Extra chewing tobacco.
Kite No. 1 Mackerel,
Bags ne ealt.
S1-3 A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
FOR SALE. THE WELL
known Mare GIPSY, bred by Thomas
Cummins, Ksq.. from fore i en stock. She
has been well-trained to tingle or doubic
kamtM, and has been used since she
was three years old as A FAVORITE
Also, for ILi Is trisw hrnwn U;. VCf
l''Ir:, .which has. the members of Mr. A. B.
tTE nbxrhbRs:: ?E
315-3t MDI.KV C. HATES.
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! FBflIT !
PREPARED AN PUT UP BY '
HORN & BISCHOFF
GCAVA AND POHA JAMS,
Guava and Puha Jellies,
China Oranges in syrup and crystalised,
Pine Apples, whole and s)ic.-d ia syrup,
Citron. Orange and Lemon Peel.
Lhnes In syrup for lemon rle and crystalised,
Bananas, dried and crystalised.
Preserved Orange Marmalade,
Peaches in syrup and crystalised,
Mam me Apple (lapaya) Marmalade,
Puhas and Strawberry Guavas preserved green fcr
Strawberry and Poha Syrup.
For sale by
314?n Bole Agent for the Sauctw ich Iisnd.
(HOKE USD l. K0.A, HAWAII !
fn. THE LAND CONSISTS OP TW O
Tr :is of very rich soil, having thereon several
COFFEE T IT. X JS !
Mostly in full hearing, and promising a heavy crop; also a
large number of
, OKAXGE TREES!
Also In hearing, the blight having -utirrly disappeared from
them. The eaid land also emoraces good Kalo I nd Kula Land.
ALSO Near the beach Is a fine comr lot, on the main road,
with a stone house, a frame house and t'tore, doing a good busi
ness, and lH-ing well located In the center of tbe coffte districts,
near the landing, where shipments to or from the coasters can
be aisrays made.
Three H)usc Lots for sale!
The proprietor beinjr in ill health. Is the only reason for his
wishing to dispose of some of tlie finest property In South Kona.
For further p:irticu'ar, enquire of the proprietor of Ibis paper,
or to Capt. P. Cumininirs. Kealakekna Lay or the uiMiersigoea.
Terms easy, and possession given when desired
Honaunau, South Kona. Hawaii, 1862.
Just Receired per Yankee!"
A. 4T CASliS HYASS' BOTTLED A LE (
II. 1IACKFELP It Co.
10,000 EbE-KH1 F,RE k ARCH
160 Barrels Cement, warranted the best In the market.
For sale by
Slt-Ini II. IIACKFELD k Co.
HIIDS. BASS' DRAUGHT ALE,-Of S
I la-is' bottled ale. in qnarta,
Superior Claret in casks and cases,
Superior Holland Gin, in stone j.trs and bottles.
For sale by
314-lm H. HACKFEL9 k Co.
EST LIVERPOOL YELLOW k WHIT
For sale by .
. IIACKFELD ' Co.
M Marine Soap.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF REST RC"
! IA Cordage,
For sale by
314-lm H. IIACKFELD Cs
n AOKFF.I.I' Co.
CHINA MATTING. 4-4.
and checked. For sale h
Notice lo Suar Planters.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENT FOR V
H. WESTON, havine lately received Dians and speill-
Well adapted to the wants of planters on the Islands, 'tea
respectfully call the attention of all In want of new Mschinerr
to the same, a he Is confident that he can supply all demanos
at pHcvs whic'i will place sarr works wi'lil i read: of all. .
All Machinery and articles ordered thronsh n in, will be guar
anteed and warr-ated of the v.ry best quality, and having aj"
nuigernents to telegraph orders from San Fraucisen,
they will be filled in tbe shortest possible time noder Mr.
ton' own superrUioo. Terms of payment made ey-