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Hawaii at the Ixterxatiosal Exhibition.
Thiak to the coerg7 anl forethought of tht estima.
tie traveller, LaJjr Jane Fbankli.v. wbce Tisits
htre are rernerobre-J with touch pleasure bj all,
th'n group is well represented in the great Interna-ti--nal
Exhibition at London. Her ladyship, with a
demotion anl inJuitry, which exc'teJ the admiration
of all, duricg her visit here, collected a great
vr eiy of the prolactions and manufactures of the
group, an l took thm with her. She reached Lon
don after the exhibition Lad opened, but etill in
time to deposit there some of the curiosities obtained.
Three f pecioieES were not collected by her with any
Tiew tf being placed in the Kxbibitioo, and were only
put there to fill the ipace ktudly allotted to us. An
article on our fourth pag, copied from the Lon
don Timet of the Slit of August, will indicate
on.e of the articles deported there. We much
regret that specimen of our agricultural products
were not eent ; but the failure uiy be af.ril uted to
the fact that do oCcUl notice a given, except in the
Polynesian, of any arrangement to receive and for
ward such specimens as might h'tvc bten oJerel by
agriculturalists and planters; Our sugars, coffee,
and various kinds of furniture woods are not tur-
patwed by tho of any other p-trt of the worll ;
at leant we Lave no fears in placing them beside the
best that can be shown evea iu the London Exposi
tion. Tub Aetic IxniAXJ. A camber of the whalers
and trading reseda have ball more or less trouble
with the Arctic Indians, duriog the past summer.
Heretofore they have been fery peaceably disposed,
anl the disturbances are attributed solely to the
inSience of the liquor bartered to them. These
liquor are tiJ to be adulterated with the most
fiery an 1 poisonous ingredieuts, tkat the avarice of
man can invent. No wonder (hat the natives are
ma Jo craxy and threaten to destroy our whalers.
The following from Capt. lUjuor, gives an account
cf their attack on the Jitimleer t "- .
51. F.otT'.a : ir A J "HI intimated that yntl would like to
t.e (.Hriicul.tr 'it my difficulty Willi natives on the cutAt
cf itrut, I semi yoa ttue Cllowinir -
r etta I A Juu wtiil lyinir bcalrnrl about two mile
from the Ian. I oil Cx Bherirur, in the Anadir iea, three canoes
wuli Indian, cxmi on boar I frui an.rflt.-r ship Willi some whale
btie and tT-rd it l't .uc. I m lb4t lli -y wtc iutXCalel,
tU- l.roi'.t utt U.-ck Kiie trf. m o to tf.vie Utt their bone, la
T iiii inc. t'i5 c;k ui. uritf .f lh- naiivn followed mr down. I
I'M.I hint to r-tnrn t the ik, (f'r I never alUwv th-tn below.)
II- r-rfn.-t.- l to comply until ht was f'rced to it. I I hrn mi lr
tVru ua otP-r f r their borw. which tbry r-fn"t ami c tnaienet-vl
ki. ui D-.y iib.ioiihial the deck. I oM thta u W-ave the
:it, which th-y rrfu.t td. I th-it t')k boUI of the hraij
ruu. nn.l pvMiit.mr to the eanirway, t M him to fX. into bi
.ttf-r, i.p..r wbl:& h drew hn kmle, afi'I M-r-nif0rily r-f'i-"-d
t g k 1 liwta clleii lh: watch aft, an 1 1 kt thrra to force them
j t their tx"t. Afv-r th-r b i I unn rttHr'I to go, the naurm,
(to lh" rninitx-r t4 atut li or 20.) lhi trrw thnr kr.ire. the
r- i..uii.l-r hiivm (ton-? into the Cin-; km I n-.y men, -:ziit; the
trit ttiuu that came to hon.1, me hnol-4ik-i, other hravy
Cf.-fHr, of wowi, anl any .tb-r i-axn llt raine n
the w.iy. The funUrnt Lutnl aixxjt te mirnUc-4. At the ctiJ
of ih.u tlru, we i!roe the o.it.Te tato the caii. arwJ th-y
l-ft ihe hl( He h.wl no one h,J!y hurt. Mr. Krliy ha I hi
hin l cut lii(htly while i aria! aevrral of the crew narrowly e
C ip'tl bvini; rabr-ii. At imo time, while contending wilh a
fxiwvrfni native in front, anth-r Came i behin! me, aul aimed
a Mow at m, which woulil have preven-il me front tfiviiiK y.u
this a-r-nuiit, hit n one of my mm it-a!t him a blow Jut in
tim-5 to .ie u:. They have kriirc two fel kn ami very
rVwry, wh;ca la a trm haivl i- a formi lalile weaiMxi. I Lav.:
been uiu. h on th't C"att, but never li.-vl aiy trouble before, anl
thinic that if they are lober, they are not tlaneroui. The iul--lu-a:in
of thU (tatemeut may benefit xiiue w ho visit the Arctic,
ami you are at liberty to do . Voot, Xc, i
tiMki.i; V. RT.;a,
Martcr of hir Kein.l-e..
Episcopal Mrmxo. A meeting was bell at the
Court-house on Thursday evening last, at which
were present a number of the foreign residents and
Datives interested in the establishment of the Epis
copal Church i.i Honolulu. Attorney-General C. C.
Hirris in the chair, Daniel Stni(b, Esq., Secretary.
B'.ibop Scaley delivered a sbct-t aJdress, during
which he produced the plans of the church which is
to be erected here, designed in', the ancient Gothic
Ktyle of architecture. The edifice! is to have a peal of
chime-bells. Previous to adjoujning. His Mnjesty
introduced Bishop Staley to th audience and to
individuals present, anl His Excellency R. C. Wyllie
icr rod need the Iter. Messrs. Mvson and Ibbotson.
The Bishop and his associates replied in touahing
and eloquent responses. Messrs;. C. C. Harris, G.
M. Robertson and W. II. Kaauwi, were nppoicted a
committee to arply for a charter, after which the
work tf building the new chunjh will immediately
commence. The meeting then rejourned to Tuesday
The odjourned meeting of J Episcopalians took
place on Tuesday evening last; His Majesty and
others were present. The meeting was convened to
hear the provisions of the Charter drawn np by the
Committee appointed for that purpose. After each
article had been read over, they jwere all put to the
.neeting, with the exception of two or three articles,,
which were acted upon separately, and adopted,
unanimously. The Synxl cf the church, a9 pro
posed and unanimously elected, were His Excellency
M. Kckuanaca, His Honor G. M. Robertson, Capt.
!. II. Luce and Thos. Brown, Ei. Amcng other
matters, the Synod were empowered to enlarge, tem
porarily, the church at pre-ent occupied, for the
purp?e of accomodating the numerous congregation
that attend it. Previous to a Ijournment. His Majesty
rnovl a vote cf thanks, iK-cooJed by H. B. M.'s
Cnsul-General, t) His Excellency R. C. Wyllie, for
the generous tender of the use cf the late Methodist
Episcopal church and premise to the Hawaiian
Served ni.M Riout. On Mondiy night, the dwell
ing house of Mr. W. II. Dimond,$n Nunanu avenue
was entered by a native, who got in through a win
dow. The family were asleep at the time, but the
iii.-e awoke Mr. l. The burglar moved quietly on
till he came to the sleeping room, where bis form was
dimly observed behind a screen. Mr. D. seized a
itil, which he fortunately kept loaded by his bed
side, and watched the fellow's movements, till he
re tehed oat to take a watch from the bureau, when be
fired, and as is supposed, wounded the burglar in the
leg. He, however, effected his escape by the window
tbrongh which he had entered, leaving tracks of blood
cn the sill. He would probably iave been captured,
hal not tbe mosquito netting caught fire by the dis
charge of the pistol, requiring, Mr. DImend'd pre
sence and delay t put it out. ; It is supposed the
burglir wished to obtain the iejs of Mr. Dimrnd's
sfe; but whatever he was after, -he was foiled, and
jastly punirhed. Every house-iecper should keep
some reMsble weapon at hand. 'to deal with these
midnight prowlers, who, in loo ma'by eaaes, are armed
Tr an assault. J
RitssERY at KaCAl On the ght of Thursday,
ICth icst., the house of Mr. J. Bu-bank, overseer of
the Kolo Plantation, was burglariously entered,
anl after ransacking the place, the key of the safe
was'found, and some S500 in cash taken out of it.
Being satisfied with their booty. hey immediately
decamped without disturbing anything elsel When
the h'lLum left Koloa, by whicb schooner we re
ceived the above intelligence, no clue was had which
could lea l to the detection of the perpetrators of
this daring robbery.
That interminable lawsulti known
as the '
Jarrett and Manini case, which ;bas been in the
court for a thort lifetime, promises to- approach a
termination, the counsel closing j their arguments
to day, thus permitting it to go tothe bench for de
rision. It is t., be hoped that thei honors will suc
ceed in extricating the case from! the worse than
Newfoundland teg in which it has: latterly teen enveloped.
The Annie Latric. 17.is little craft returned on
Fundiy last, from her first cruise to Hawaii, having
met with fair eaccesa. 5b left here about I
M. the previous .Mouday, and found it a dead clra
outs:de, but reached Lahaina at 10 A. M. Lext day,
bavins used eteam only. The distance bcitc b')
miles, her average was a little better than knots an
hour, he reached Kona at noon on Thursday, bav
mg touched at most of the iutermeJ:ate Undiiigs
During her absence she t-teamel four days and bine
hours, and consumed but Keren cords of wod. Ow
ing to the size of the flues, it w3 found impossible
to keep up the eteam as high as was desired, bat this
defect has been remedied by some alterations made
cn her return to port, atid it is thought no diUiculty
wiil be found hereafter in this respect. As a sea
boat, all are loud in her praise, and when the has the
opportunity, ehe will fchow some sailing that her
officers will not be ashamed of. With only a light
breeze, on her first return trip, he made the ran,
under sail, from Honoipa to Ulupalakua, 40 miles, in
.Noonday TiiF.rrs. On .Monday last, a larceny was
brought to light under singular circumstances. Mr.
J. O. Carter was standing on the corner," when a
native stepped up to hiui and inquired if be had not
lost a bag of sugar and pieces of cloth. He replied
by informing the native he must be mistaken in the
man. The native, however, insisting that he was on
the right track, the idea occurred to Mr. C. that he
wu taken for Mr. II. A. Carter of the firm of IJrewer
& Co., so telling the native, he would see if goods
were missed, stepped into Brewer 5c Co.'s, and taking
the brands of goods lying open on a piece of piper.
he accompan;ed the native to a house in the rear of
Liberty Hall, and upon searching found a rerftuant
of white cotton twill and calico of the same brand
and style as he had seen at Brewer & Co.'s. Where
upon the goods were sent to the Station House, and
upon Mr. C. confronting the native, and asking
bicn if be bad not taken goods from the ca.es he
pointed out, the native very innocently " acknowl
edged the corn." The culprit was taken before Judge
lavis on Wednesday, and remanded for sentence this
foreunon. Shop-keepers and clerks mat keep their
I2r W'e have bal no arrival from Pan Francisjo
during the week, nor haa any vessel been expected.
The Yankee wiil hardly be due before the end of
next week, say November C to 10. The Aurora, a
large clipper ship advertised f-r Hongkong, may
touch here before the bark arrives, but there is no
cert iinty of it. The mail will bring us New York
papers to the end of iv-ptember,. and as they will be
filled with the discussion of the President's Emanci
pation proclamation, will be unusually interesting.
J3J 1'y our CV.ifornii exchanges we learn that
Rev. II 0. Beckwitb, formerly President of O.ibu
College, intends making San Franc!?o his future
residence, having accepted a call from a newly
organized church located at the Mission Iulores.
Ztf Another lot of stolen gotnls from Molokai,
part of Wm. Dedriek's plunder, was received a few
The attempt is to be made, by a French expedition,
to obtain wtter in the dt-sert of Sahara by boring
The only flig of any nation that bus attempted to
run the blockade has been that of England.
The newly Lorn infant of the Queen of Spain has
received one hundred and twenty-four names.
The Government has taken measures to take re
dress from the Sultan for the recent cold-blooded
murders of American tuisMoiiuries in Turkey.
The wool clip of Ohio will this year amount to
thirteen millions of pounds tvo millions greater
than the crop of 1851.
The number of suicides in France is augmenting
fearfully every year, beinjr on an averaze- from ten
to eleven daily, or three thousand eight hundred and
ninty nine a year.
GrsnoATs os the Ohio River. The recent guer
rilla raid in Kentucky has induced the Government
to authorise teu small gunboats to be placed in the
UmuL Rams. The rebels have extemporised a
very formidable Ram c ut of the British tteamcr Fin
gal, at Savannah. Also, that two others are nearly
ready at Charleston.
It has been calculated that the fibre of itire Sea
Island cotton average one inch and three quarters in
length. If it were po-sible to place the fibres end to
end one pound would extend 4,777 miles.
Hollow metallic canes filled with condensed gas
are now used in some of the European cities. The
bearer has only to turn a small nipple and apply his
match, when he instantly finds himself furnished
with a torch that will light him several hours.
Gov. Letcher, of Virginia, is said to have ma le a
demand upon the Confederate Secretary cf War for
the delivery to the State authorities, to be dealt with
by them, cf all Yankee captives who have been
engaged in violating the stattitts of Virginia." The
Savannah . ir commends this course, and sincerely
hepes that Letcher's example may be followed by the
lioternors of all the rebel States.
The t- tal amount of the debt of Great Britain is
four thousand millions of dollars, or eight-fold great
er than the present debt ol the United States. The
average r ate of interest is 3.27 per cent., against 3 35
per cent, in the United State-. The exce income
an I stamp taxes of Great Britain amount to $210.
Omj.0,JU; while our taxes of the same nature the
income tax being limited to four years are on the
basis of SllO.OUO.'JOO per annum.
Exoirs or Pkiets. In conformity with the decree
of Mot-quera. recently promulgated in this city, all
the nuns and nearly all the priest- of Panama leave
the Isthmus in the Ptru, for the South Coast, pre
ferring banishment to acknowledging the assumed
rijht of State interference with Church affairs.
Those who do not t ike their departure to-day. with
one exception, will leave for Central America, on the
loth instant. We learn that the churches will here
after remain closed Panama Paper.
Pabuott Gi ns. The cost of the smallest Parrot
gun 6-pounder is S'-'XJ; for pounders $2,000
c aeh. which is said to be one-tenth the cost of the
Armstrong gun. The charge cf powder is one pr.uud
to every ten cf the ball, and the cost of powder and
shell for every discharge is nearly S10. The weight
of the 200-pound Parrot is little mere than one-half
the colutnbind, which cirries the lfrhpound solid
shot, or the 10-inch fhell. The practice with these
guns is excellent. Experiments are mide daily, and
with an accuracy most astonishing. The shriek of
the ball, as it flies through the air at a velocity of
over six hundred miles per hour, is like that of a
railroad train at full sj-eed.
The Rfbel Iron Clad Steaveb. A rebel steamer
called No. 2'V was lately constructed by the
Messrs. Laird, at Birkenhead. England. CruNcrs
smpectcd what she was for, and the Tuscarora kept
a lookout f.r ber in the vicinity of Birkenhead,
while other vessels watched the Southern coast of
Ireland, but one day No. 230" dropped down the
river with a party of ladies and gentlemen, musi
ciins. etc. on board, to make ber trial trip, but she
did not return, and instead or taking the southern
coast of Ireland she passed round to the north, leav
ing her excursionists ashore in the meantime, and
thus she efcapel the Tuscarora, which saw her go
through all these motions.
The Pacific Uofav u is a larcer area than all
the dry land on the globe
It cvers MfcW.OOO cf
square miles, and 70,000.00o, incluiir.g the Iniinn
Ocean. From Peru to Africa it is lf.,0X) wide It
Scnera"y unfathomable between the tropics, where
its depth is so great that a line nve miles long has,
in many places not reached the bottom. The Atlan
tic Ocean, apparently Ftrefching from pole to ple, is
o.OOO miles wi le, and covers 55,000,000 square miles.
Affairs at Chablfston Among the passengers
down the Jaaie-s river by the Ariel, was Mr. Carl
binder; a Prussian, from Charleston, who had been
detained three months in Richmond on his way
Northward. He gives six hundred and fifty-two
hous as the numner burned in the great fire of the
former city, which have thus far been replaced by
only ten tmall brick stores. One-tLird cf the city
wis burned one-toird Jeserted and the remainder
inhabited by the poorer classes, who could not get
away. Residents, with means, have departed for
Aiken, Abbeville, Columbia, and various upper
localities cf South Carolina, and all the houses of
that sparsely settled region are well filled.
The .Yur'jern (.V. C.) Progress, of the 12th. in
speaking of the election on the 7th, sys: "The
final result indicates the defeat of Johnson, the
secession canditate for Governor, by the uuparallei
majority of 40,000. The glad tidings come to hand
just as we go to press of the complete overthrow of
secession in every department of this State. The
Union opposition party have elected nearly every
member in both branches of the Legislature by still
greater majorities. Every candidate who advocated
a contiuu iticn of the war, and a separation from the
Union, has been defeated in every instance. It has
been a fair and bound issae, strictly of a political
nature, with nd side or Iccal issues of any kind.
Gov. Stanley regards this vote asan emphatic deci
sion in favor of the Union."
The Vacuxa. A very fine specimen of this rare
animal was brought from Peru on the last steamer
and takeu to England by Don Patricio Gibson, of
Italy. It restmbies the Llama, but is much finer and
more delicate, and the wool more valuable, being
worth nearly 52 per pound. It yields about half a
pound annually, and to obtain the fleece the Indians
kill two to three hundred thousand every year. The
exportation of the Vacuua from Peru is strictly pro
hibited by the Government, and the present is, we
believe, the first specimen ever taken to England. It
is in hue health, exceedingly tame, and will, we hope
reach its destination in safety. Panama Star.
A Home among Savages. A German traveller.
Dr. Scherzer, gives an interesting account of the
voyage of an Austrian frigate, the Novaro, among
the islands of the Pacific. In one of the Caroline
group found a Scotch physician, Dr. Cook," estab
lished and in good practice; he had been on this
coral island for a quarter of a centurv. and had his
ut divided into three apartments. The outer room
whs his surgery, containing the usual glass bottles,
iic, of his profession, and everyjhitig was neat and
orderly. Cook was quite a philosopher. "Nothing."
his German brother complains, " surprised him :
nothing roused him." There he lived, his pale face,
faded, expressionless, with a long silver grey beard,
clothed in a coarse woollen jicket. with a liune.
broa 1-brimmed, worn-out straw hat pulled low over
his wrinkled forehead, quite regardless of the great
outer World and its concerns.
Effects or a Volcanic Erittio.v. From the
Rombau Cazelte we learn that the island of Mtkiau.
'ormei ly so fertile, has been completely laid waste by
'olcanic eruption. Not one of 4000 inhabitants re
aains upon it, and there is not a LI ide of glass to be
een. The twelve villages which were to be found
pon the islaud have been more or less destroyed.
Vme of them have becji buried to the depth of 30 or
10 feet under sand, stones, and ashes. How manv
f the inhabitants have found their graved by this
al unity has not been fully ascertained, but it is
enorted that Out of Bohawa alone (a village cf about
10OO souls) only about half made their escape.
he bodies of Co cersotid have been found under the
uins cf the incs.jne in t lie piiucipal village, while
bout CO persons were found suffocated in a cave.
Bhazil Though the head of the Brazilian gov
riiineiit is sty lei 1 ua Kmprror, yet it is one of the
reest, practically, in the world. At the opening of
he second section of the eleventh Legislature, on
lay 1th, Don Pedro II, delivered his message. It
resents a cheerful review of aifairs, iu the nreserva-
ioii of tranquility, abundant crops, and the sanitary
-ondition ot the people, with the exception of wome
oiovinces iu wuicii cholera morbus prevails. ery
little attention m paid to foreign affairs, other than
the statement that the foreign relations continue
peaceful; no mention is made of the struggle iu the
United States. Most of the message is devoted to
the recommendation of various reforms. The want
of a sufficiency of free labor is said to be felt, and
legislation is recommended to encourage immigration.
The finances ore iu a more favorable condition than
hitherto, and past deficiencies will soon be extin
Commander Wainwbicht. Commander Richard
Wainwright, was appointed from the State of Massa
chusetts iu May, lt33. His first voyage was under
( oinmodore Patterson, in the sliip-of-the-line Dela
ware, theu the H'n-eti!p of the Mediterranean njiuiJ
ron. Com. Wainwright was attached to the Coast
Survey for nearly ten years. In 1858 he joined the
team frigate .Merrimac, (late rebel ram,) on the
Pacific station. On his return he was ordered to the
Washington Navy Yard, and detailed for ordnance
Juty. In the early days of the rebellion he was m
command of Fort Kllesworth, and that work was for
some time garrisoned by seamen.
When it was decided to divide tbe Gulf Squadron,
and the Hartford was chosen for the flag ship, he
was ordered to the command of the vessel. He, un
der peculiar difficulties, brought his vessel into a
splendid stute of efficiency, and his officers and crew
furly worshipped him. lie was a man of few words.
but of great energy and zeal. Admiral rarragut
mentions him in his official dispatches in a very com
plimentary manner. His health was impaired dur
ing the early part of the cruise by constant exposure.
The scenes of the passage of the forts and the en
gagements at icksburg overpowered his constitu
tion, and he has died in the discharge of his duty.
His illness was of but two weeks duration, and he
died only a half an hour previous to the departure
of tbe steamer which brings the news. He had
served his country twenty-nine years faithfully, and
died very much regretted by all who knew him. His
family resides iu Washington, D. C. .V. Y. Com
PorrnTiov or the Globe. A professor of the
Berlin University has been making curious re
searches respecting the population of the globe.
T he following is the result : Population of Europe,
872.h0,KX) ; or Asia, 720.00O.UOO ; of America,
2,000,000 ; of Africa, 8J,00U,O00 ; of Australia,
2.000.000 total population of the globe, 1,283,
OOO.'Xio. The average number of deaths per annum
in certain places where records were kept is about
one to every 40 inhabitants. At the rate the prescut
time the number of deaths in a year would be about
32,000,i00, which is more Cian the entire present
population of tho United States. At this rate the
average number of deaths per day is about 87.8G1,
the average per hour, 3,003, the average per minute,
61. Thu, at least every second a human life is
ended. As the births considerably exceed the deaths.
there are probably 70 or 80 human beings born per
minute." ATor nin Herald, (Glasgow )
International " Etiquette. The appointment of
rear admirals in the American navy will put an end
to a vexatious dispute respecting a point of naval
etiquette that has been mooted for years between
the Euglish, French, and American naval comman
ders. It is customary when war vessels meet at sea
for salutes to be fired corresponding to the rank of
the respective commanders. Thus a captain receives
eleven guns and an admiral fifteen guns. Hereto
fore, captain being the highest known rank in the
American navy, eleven guns were all that foreign
war vessels would accord to commanders. Trivial
ns this matter may seem, it has caused much bad
blood, and has been the occasion of frequent remon
strances from Government, which held that as cap
tain or commander was tbe highest rank in the Am
erican navy it was equal to the highest rank in all
ether navies. But this was never allowed.
FROM II REM EX.
t.r-r iu Tumhier.
S LI IPSMIT Jl !
BEfJ TO INFORM THE I'l'HMC THAT
h? ha aciiu (Minm-necd lnMin-.- in the above line, anj
hope. I y utrict atintiTi. to merit a nharc of the pat. lie p.irr--n-which
m f'Ttnerly t-toweJ on him. not forgetting to re
turn thank fi.r i:it favnr-4.
The u'iii:r:k"i'-d ha r-fpT,ed the shop fnrmorly occupied by
Mr. Ribt-rt lipr.wn, nrar the Catnm IIoU, on the Eila'.a lr,
h. f he in prep.ir.-.t to exrcuio all kin.it of work in the B.aok
sinit W ii'ie in a workmanlike manner aii'l with dispatch.
Z ',l-Zm WM. C'RoCKr'.TT.
rVHE I V DERMICS XEI AVII.I, REC EIVE
1 lorr s fr.ni any nativt in payment for the huokoa
nrwpapT, at the rate iT twenty rnf.. (2o eta) per pinl, for
lean c:toii, fr. e of sc-.-di. l,r u n pound ot food cotton, de
livered 10 Honolulu, a receipt will lie pivt-n for one year" sub
HiTiption to the Kuokon. This "tTVT will hold Rood to the first
of January. lart... Jl. M. WIIITNKY,
2m liu P.iMMi. r "Nupeiw Kuokoa
Austria has sent two naval engineers to America
o inspect tLe .Monitor and .Mirranac, and the new
Loed lit; NTixorowER has been fined 12 10s. for
smoking a segar in a first clas railway carriage.
A late Turin despatch says that probably an am
nesty will be proclaimed to all political offenders.
statements regarding Garibaldi's condition are
Serious difficulties have taken place in Bresswitz,
and Moravia, owing to the stoppage of a cotton fac
tory, and the disturbance continued for three days,
when it was finally stopped by the military authorities-
Rumors cf plots and threats by the Italian revolu
tionists, and very similar ones in regard to the Ur
Bini affair, were afloat.
The latest reports relative to Garibaldi state that
it U all but settled that a general amnesty will be
granted him and his followers.
The new session of the Italian Parliament had
been announced for November.
Garrotte robberies are rapidly increasing in Lon
don. Several cases have terminated fatally. AVith
theobjectof suppressing these dastardly offences,
the number of police constables on night duty is to
The I'atrrland, of Vienna, stales that, when Kiug
Frtncis 11. of Naples heard of the recognition of
Italy by Russia, he sent back to the Emperor Alex
ander tbe order of St. Andrew, which the Czar had
sent him during the defence of Gaeta.
Tbe London .Morning Star asserts that it has pos
itive information of a secret attempt to assassinate
the Emperor of Russia while walking in bis gardens.
The most strenuous efforts was made to keep the mat
At the Great Exhibition in London, as a specimen
of fine type aud printing, there is a copy of the en
tire New Testameut printed upon a single sheet of
paper. It was printed by Collins of Glasgow, the
celebrated publisher of rare books and beautiful edi
tions of the classics. Although so small, the type is
stated to be very clear.
The last c-fQcial reports of the strength of the
steam navy of France show that that power has 3G0
war vessels propelled by steam, of which number
ITl are in commission and 3'J are ironclads. Ten
iron-plated ships are building (each carrying SG
guns,) besides the 6 iron frigates and 12 floating
INVIGORATE THE S VST EM. Vitforou
divitioii and pure bile produce iiulriciou blood, and nutritious
blood a healthy frame. Ioea a victim of diapeptic stomach and
disordered liver d'-sire to know how the digestion may be im
poved, the hd arid othe fluid of the b.dy purified? IR
HO.KTTr.R'S STOMACH lirTTKR.S will accomplish this de
sirable revolution in the system regulating the secretions and
exertions, pilng tone to the animal juicn which dissolve the
lood, strengthen evrry relaxed nerve tuu.-iclc and Clre, and
bring the whole machinery of vitality into vigorous aud health
ful play. SoM by all brnp.'Nts and dealer everywhere.
A. I'. &i A, M. I.R PltOORKS DKL'OctlNMKLOIKJK
No. 1J4, tinder the jurisdiction of the Supreme Coun
cil of the liratid Central bodge ef France, working in
the ancietit Scotch Rite, hold its regularmeetinpa on the Wed
nesday nearest the full moon of each month, at the old Lodge
Room, in King street. Visiting brethren respectfully invited
Oct. -21. tnnj-om 1. V. JUNKS, Secretary.
CHAMPION OF FASHION !
TIIEX you wlh n Ileii:iiU Slinve-.
T f As good us Barber ever gave,
.1 nt call on me at my Saloon,
Kiy morn or busy noon,
Or any time when you can stay,
Or on the morn of Sabbath day,
tt.v room ir neat, my iimris clean,
Scissors sharp and razors keen ;
And every tiling I think you'll find
To suit your taste or please your mind :
And then 1 move as true a hand.
As any artist in tbt land ;
And ail my art and skill ran do,
Ju-t call on ine and 111 do for vou.
WILKKRsON, Merchant Street,
Nearly opjiosite the Merchant's Kxchange, where he is pre
pared to attend to his friends in a satisfactory manner.
-fraril ISKV. in IU shIIoii krgsu
(.'(IGX.A C, in 10 and IS gallon kegs,
J A M A I CA RUM, in 5 and 10 gallon keg,
I' A I..E A I,E Raas if Co.'s, in quirts,
J. C. Marzet'.i 4 Son's, in quarts,
II. Deetjen'B, in quarts,
A LCOIIOL, 00 per cent., In demijohns.
For sale at
MELCHEKS k CO'S.
WIIALI.VR CRAFT AND GEAR. .
Tarred and Manila Cordage.
Hunting Powder, in 1 and 1 lb. tins.
Linseed Oil, in Iemijohns.
Foraleat (335-ain) MELCIIERS if Co.'s.
1 LARGE EIRE PROOF SAFE.
Two small Fire proof Safes.
One Iron Money Chest.
Fori tie at (.'K5Jni) MELCIIERS Jk Co.'s.
ftclian Wrought Iron !
-TAILS AND SPIKES, 2 1-2 INCH,
Krenc!i nails. 1 A inch,
Sheet zinc, oox72 inch,
Jut Receive 1 per "Thames," and for sale at
:tl j-Jui M k LC HERS if CO.'i".
Co-partnership Notice !
HAVE THIS HAY A OMITTED M r.
AHIX as a partner iu our business. The firm stylos
will we continued as heretofore.
UTAI k AHEE.
Honolulu. Oct. 2 ISO J. 3o5-3m
London Illustrated News. .
HUE ONI,Y WAY IX WHICH SCRSCRI-
l rs to this valuable family newspaper can obtain their
colorfd plutti in pood condition, and suitable to frame or pre
serve, is to subscribe through Whitney's news agency, where
they are delivered in jierfect older. 'It
SlXIAf, iYOTICE !
ONLY TWO 1'IAXO COVERS. Very line
knd rich patterns.
Ta')!e Spreads, broadcloth, a very rich and choice assort
ment of colors and patterns, at
A. S. CLEOHORN'S,
Fire Proof .tore, corner Kaahumaiiu and Queen sts.,
335-1 m Ami at Retail Establishment Nuuanu Street-
PILOT & NAVY BREAD.
OV HAND AND FOR SALE, Frmh Baked
Pilot and Navy 1 ire ad ; Soda. Su; ir, Ilutter and Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest ntes.
Parties providing their own flour, will have it baked up on
the lowest t rrus.
jTj- Sf ip bread rebaked. MILLER'S BAKERY,
3on-3ia Corner Queen and Richard Streets.
ST RECEIVED AXD FOR SALE II V
7.) Hbls. Hawaiian Beef.
Warranted, l'acked and Cured in Turk's Island Salt.
334-3m CHAS. BREWER, :
Mr. GEO. W. VOM.IJ:W,
1ATE OF SAN" FRANCISCO. HAS TAKEN
charse of the Bindery, and is prepared to execute all
f-rders f r hindicg.
I'a niphlr t.
Old Hook. A.C
Particular attention raid to rebinding old and choice hooks.
Mr. V. Laving h id many years experience in bo"'fc-binding in
a!l its branches, aopes to receive a share cf the business required
or.ier from t ie other islands, should be accompanied with
particular direct. nn. as to the style, and. if the work is to match
volume previously bound, a sample volume should be sent
with the job.
Orders may be left at the book store of H. M. Whitney, or at
the Bindery, in the rear of Rev Mr Clark's residence, heyom!
the stouo church r.no.r.m
II V II. YV. SEVERANCE.
Union Hotel mid Lot
AT Al'CTIO. !
AT 12 O'CLOCK. M..
MW1LL HE SOLD. THE PREMISES
known as the IMOX HOTEL, and LoT, comer K5
of Nuuanu and Manue streets, t. gttiier with the I
E1TI11E FiMITTHE OF THE HOUSE,
Paid house is in g'od reiair, and is a will known and desirable
location. Terms at sale.
At lO o'clock. A, M.. nl Salew Room.
Will be sold :
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Cases Whalemen's Tumps, Cases Brogans,
Cases Heavy Boots, Spertu Candles,
Men's Hose, Pants, Haws,
And a variety of SUNDRIES.
SMALL LOT OF HOUSE FURNITCRE.
2 SADDLE HORSES.
1 SIDE SA DOLE.
1 ENGLISH SADDLE,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
On the premises, for account of whom it may concern, the well
The " Caranave" Premises,
Comprising the three lots and building thereon, and the Coral
Building Store on the premises.
Said property consists of 1 LAUGH LOT, fronting
104 feet on Marine street, by 75 feet in depth, fr.
together with the coral imilditic as it now stands. Jl
line lot 20 feet by 111 feet; and one 30 by Hi feet, with 2 story
wooden building on same and tnith fronting on Nuuanu street.
A LSO 500 more or less CORA L STOX KS, suited for building
purposes, for further particulars, and terms of rale, enquire
of 11. W. &KVKKANCK, Auctioneer.
" ANNIE LAURIE !"
II EXR Y, ..Master,
Will sail tor
KA WA I II A E,
On Monday, November 3,
At h:iir-hnl -i o'clocli, I. M.,
Returning to Honolulu Saturday morning.
J AX ION, GREEN if Co.,
Honolulu, October, 1862. (333) Agents II. S. N. Co.
K010.1, fflllril III WAIJIEA
TIIK WELL KNOWN SCHOONER
Will run regularly to the above ports. For freight or passage
(which will be tauen at lowest rates) apply to
325 3in At Thos. King's Office, foot of Nuuanu street.
iicmilai' If Ho Packet!
X TVot tio 3Xoi-i-ill,
Will leave Honolulu for IIIIo.
REGULARLY EVERY WEEK
CARIX PASSAGE to or from llilo..
HAS ON HAND AND JIST RECEIVED,
Ix: Late Vi'i'ivals !
LADIES' HANHSOME CASHMERE
La-lies' Tudor Hats, new style.
Ladies' and Children's Shaker Ronnels,
Ladies' and Children's finest Hosiery,
Ladies' and Children's Slippers, Gaiters and Boots,
Striped and fancy Muslins,
Ladies and Gentlemen's fine Linen Handkerchiefs,
Rest quality Scotch ginghams,
Real silk Alpacca, assorted slate colors,
" " " Rlack,
A levr Terr choice Artificial Flowers,
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
T O 3T !S T I O ,
SHIRTINGS AND SHEETING.
White Flannel3, all wool,
Best quality ENGLISH DARK BLUE Fl innels,
Fine Light Blue Flannels,
Wlilt Cotton TrlllK.
Col'd und fancy do.,
ASSORTED FANCY PRINTS, NEW STYLES.
A FEW CHOICE SILK I'MBRELLA S,
Red, White and Blue Blankets,
Grey and Blue Flannel Shirts.
Spotted Flannel Shirts,
Pearl River Denir.o,
Indies' Black Chlnele H-ad Dresses,
And the uual varied assortment suitable for the
Trade in Town and Country !
AT THE FIRE PROOF STORE. CORNER
K A AHUM AN U & QUEEN STREETS,
ON THE WHARF, ALSO,
RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT ON Nl'L'ANU
STREET. ATJOVE KINO.
HY J. II. COLE.
Sale of General
FRIDAY Oct. 31.
A I 111 oVIock. A. !.. mi Snlra Kom.
Will he tUl, an asortinrnt of
Dry CJoods, Ac, Ac,
Per late arrivals, and a great variety of
At lO o'clock, A. M., al Sules Room,
Will lC old
General roiclianlise I
F. S. PRATT & GO.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu
OFFER FOR. SALE THE FOLLOWING
assortment of merchandise iu their line, iuiporKd for the
wanW of the FALL SEASON, rx. :
8th caki I'inet, Castillon & Co. Brandjr,
Qr. " P. Riviere Rrandy,
Hlls. " Riviere " Whinkey,
Case Holland's Oin, in glass,
llatketa Holland's Gin. in itone jugs,
8th casks Holland'! Uin,
3()0 bids. 4 dox. each, Ji flVey'i Pale Ale, qU. and pt.,
200 do. Maurice, Cox & Co.'a Porter, la int,
Trueman's London Stout, in quarts,
100 cases Champagne Cider,
60 baskets Jacquesoii Ms, and " Q. C. S." Cliamifn?,
30 cases, 1 do, each, Rrown Sherry,
Qr. casks brown Sherry,
Cases Claret " St. KsMphe,"
l'uncheons Jamaica Rum,
Case "J. Seiner'" Rittere,
" Bokers' Bitters,
" Catawba Wine Bitters,
" I'ure Lemon tjyrnp,
" assorteil Svrups,
" Cherry Cordial,
44 California White and Red Wines,
" Port Wine,
And a complete assortment of articles in their line.
Are constantly receiving additions, to their Urk from the best
article in the San Francisco Market.
For Sale to Arrive !
An Invoice of
Expected per ship
From London direct, in cases and casks.
Constantly on hand ; 60 bags. 80 lbs. each, or new crop
XT Particular attention paid to the putting up of orders for
shipping, and goois put on ooara amy irec.
Honolulu, Oct. 2Jd, 1802.
9 9 q 9 S S 9
TO THE LADIES!
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
JUST RECEIVED !
CASTLE k COOKE !
.... CONSISTIXO IS PART OF ....
T ADIES' II ATS trimmed and nnlrlmuird,
Faacy lace trimmings
Fancy velvet trimmings
Fancy beltititf Crochet needles
Dimity bands Fancy Cashmere trimmings
Ruches black and white Fancy buttons
Pearl buttons Calico buttons
Hooks and eyes on tape Belt buckles
Fancy calico trimmings Yarn
.... A. LSO ....
Plaid anl fancy wool dress goods
Organdy and French Jaconet muslins
Wool plaids for children's wear
Plain and dotted white muslins
Sulla and plaid wool square shawls
Gent's heavy traveling shawls
A fine assortment of
Tiilit; nncl l;nlc Calicoew.
A small but select invoice of
LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
At a LF.S3 PRICE than can lie imported for.
Red Wood Shingles!
SL P. SAPPED RED WOOD SHINGLES,
For sale by
lRESII MOLOKAI BTTTER
For pale bv
CASTLE & COJKt
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
Xt new supply of these Justly colctrated
5 HARP STOVES !
which have given such universal satisfaction to the scores of
people who have purchase them.
Iv. O. IIALI.