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C O iYTIYI E II O IA Is .
SATURDAY, APRIL 2. 14-
Tin part wrtk bu Lroashc iu ma annnaxMy Ute flert of
forwiffs vessels, idc( whh have been three fmm Pn?et
Sjood and five frees 8aa franeifco. The advice from the
Tatter port embrace three wt-ris' dates, frotn February 20 to
March 13. An extensive drought had occurred throughout the
fraie-irr. rinj diitriets cf CaEfcrnia. which threatened U cans
a. scareit y in the grain cnr- Th'xisar.d of cati and sheep
had pertabed from want of watr. Tie price of all trains as
weil aa hay had aJvanoed, and will continue L'gh Ull Lmpcrta
Uom from other countries arrive.
tfoM had floctnafed very much In the New York market
drinf March, ranging trvta Z2 to 70 per cent, prcalao, the
general teaieaey being a tdl higher premium. This arises to
flreo any scarcity La gold, but from the great specaUtloas !a
:t dow systematically carried ca In the Atlantic cities.
from ao toteresUog business circular Issued by Merr. C.
C R rooks 4 Co.. for toe Omirard. and dated March 12, we
extract the following review of the San Francico markets :
Cerripti of Hawaiian prodcre liave b-en light, and sales
consequently Utalud. Oar market rales br:
SiAaa. Increas-'d rmne oa the part of hollers. a!thoarh
raw f rutrilir remains onchaneed. r-tock of llawaiian light,
wita free inqairy. Bet No. 1. 114? HJc; Median. No. 2
gradea. Be G 10c ; ordinary in stats. 7c I last Button, crushed.
Me China, No 1. I lie , Calcutta. Bally, 13c.
Molxsse iia St air- itock small and wanted at fall rates.
Ordinary, 23c best, We. Syrup, in barrels, 3Gc i In kegs,
47 fc 40c
Cor r sc. Rates anchanged. hot firm in view of light stocks
afloat. Crsea Bio. 33ci Java, 24e; Manilla, He; Hawaiian, ?ic
Kicx. Light aecesMiosn. with a (air demand, present and
prospective, induce the belief that high rates may soon be
obtained. Chine, No. 1. 5c; China, uncteaned. Sc. No Caroli
na here. Hawaiian morn wanted to supply this demand, and
receipts are looked far wita interest, and wiU doubtless com
DtaJ full rates. f
Salt. tarr' supplies freely taking frw soinfcg purposes ;
Cbe itamtor aesoand largely increasing and prices likely to
adraoee. Now selling at $ 1 2 par ton.
Prix Stock light and readily UUrn at quotations. 200
tales from tor sou at 16c; 10 bales at aactinc aokl at l.lc eh.
"Tcc a. -Moderate qoaoUitrs would find ready sale at 10c in
Swgrr Potato. In light swppl?, bat jobbing at tie Y Ih.
Oaascc. Limited srriTsls fmm oar itoutnern coat are
freely taken at foil rates, Several carroes "ca due from TaJJlL
111 be like'y to sell weU. La Aaevlua, $sO per M ; Mexican,
Z"s ; uswafcan, J -
LaMSuvsv Malaga, per bom- of S00 each, i.&0; Sicily, do. $5.
Ijvks. Mezan. arkcted. large she, flu per M.
0u No Peiar in firt hsuds ; qomable at COc ; eiat bit.
O stm. tt $10; Downer's kerosene, 70e;
brr eoai ais & tic Cbiaa, nut oil, $ l,2i. Kune inquiry
for cocoanot oil, but none here.
Aujw Jixyt. Lwaoki limitei to drugu. Last saies at
Cc per !h.
Exraasci- On Atlantic cities at sight, payable in specie,
i per crot. preiuiusa ; payable in enrrency at the rate of 52 per
cent, preiahiea on gold. Tune biUs difficult to negotiate. Tele
graphic transto drafts pajat1 la goVl coin, 7 per cent preiclam.
'reach rnwernment bills at IS & SO days par cr 5 frsncs to a
doSar. f rtgBsh sterling. AO days oa London. 43d ; banker's
biQs. 4Ai ; dean credit. fi ; drafts c& CLiaa, 10 per cect.
premfcaaa. Mexteaa doikvrs, 12 ( 13 per cent, premium. Leeal
tender noaea. Sod at 61 O C2e. G4d in New York on the 9th,
o4J at lO per cent, premium, bat dotes at 67c
Oar awket for general tEercbandve is actire and rates are
firm, inrtialns: to ad ranee.
"1joc. Extra s-aperflae. $7.50 ; biter' extra, f 3.50.
-. Wbeat. 21c ? t 40 ; oats, Je ffl SJc barley. 2Jc 8
3c Ca&nua potatoes, lie it IJc per Ity.
Psemsross. Mesa beef, $12 $14 puck, mess, $1S i prime,
Ocssr BaGa. Standard wrrbt, n bales. 20c
NaTat Jto3l Oakaa. 10c pitch. $10; ro-in. $20 ; tar.
$10 ; spiriu turpentine, in lir. $2 40 per gallon ; alcohol, in
m tins. $1 00 : unseed oil, in bbta. $1 30.
Coat. Anthracite steam. $25 ; gcrantoa or Pituton grate.
$27 M ; Lehigh, $30 O $32 50 J Cumberland, in casks, $20 per
ton t.240 ts.
Pbrcbts. Coastwise are firm and rery aclire at full rates.
9itable tonnage scarce in slew of large rrquirementa. To Buo
tno and New Turk, $9 & $10 per ton t oil, Z & 4c ; boce. jc.
J Tahiti, $109 $12 I to Japan. $12; to A moor rirer, $0;
to Bccolalu, $4. Specie, per cent.
Ora barbae has presented an nnosnally actire sppearanoe
daring lbs nasi week, there being about twenty foreign saU
The BriUsJt bark Btttit, froca Kewcastle wita a cargo of
eoaia, la adrertiaed for sale wfea or without ber cargo. See ad
TectisemenW Tte bkJXcg tor the exchange of the Consulate was uctxsually
sptr&ed, orer $50,000 baring been tendered at rarious rates
Cram OS to S3 per cent, premium oa the money adraoced. The
exchange was awarded to the two lowest bidders at 1 5 to 63 per
cent, premium. During the Incumbency of the present efficient
CccsaI, it is bet justice to say that no delay or trouble has been
experienced in the payrcect of his Consular drafts at Washing
ton. As a ccciseqaence, the reputation of the drafts has become
w3 rsubliahr.1, and they are now sought tut as the best remit-,
taace in the market. '
GoU drafts oa the ASisiSc States cocccand 0 to 8 per cent,
djaromtt. The exchange of the I n red States Legation was
taken t 7 per cent. This mode of drawicg bills is the
rcmrjF is fwid- Notwithstanding the C actuation in the raise of
gold ta Sew York, drawicg la g-d is ondsubted the safest
n&d, least expecsiTe to those on whom the drafts are drawn.
Whalers drafts on New BoJt-rd, payable ia currency, may be
qnoted at 5 pret&hxia on the money.
OQ in New Tort was quoted at our latest dates, February 13.
at $1 65 Car sperm and $1 12 for whale, both in actire demand.
Tor Sax Vaaxcaoo per Onward, about April 15th-
Per Laaatxa per Kamoi, this day.
Per Laaaisa and Koa per Annie Laurie. Monday.
PORT OF gQUOI.TJI.TJ. S. I.
March 26 Eng dipper ship Queen tf England, 16 days from
26 Am bark Ji. S. Perkins. Robinson. 16 days from
1 ictoria with lumber to II. Hackfeld A Co.
24 St scar Annie Laurie, from windward ports.
27 Am bark tmi!y Banning. 13 days from San Frao
' Cisco, and sailed same day tor China.
27 Ao bark Onward, Hempstead, 13 days from San
Fraacferc with mdse to Aid rich. Walker Ax Co.
27 Norwegian bark Astria. 15 days from San Francisco,
and sailed same day for China.
27 Keg schr Afberni. 24 dsys fmm Paget Sxiod with
lumber to Jir.ion, tireen & Co.
27 Am wb bark Nile Fish, fcum Coast of California,
with 500 bbt wh oil.
;' 27 Haw bark Ksmehaseha V Locy, from Coast of
V j. California with 400 bbls w h. oiL
27 Schr Neuie Merrill. Mokmo, from Lahaina and
Makees Laadmg with kers suear, 50 bbts
sperm oil, 6000 los bone, 105 hi.tes, lo0 goat skias,
9 cabin snd 30 deck paaeorrrs.
27 Schr MU K.eiwi. Napr'ia. from Kahclui. with 50 b"!s
moUssea, 47 bide. 6 kegs ruar, !ot of wheal, aal
1 cabin passenger.
27 Schr KrkauiuoM. Lambert, from Kona anl Kaa
with 124 baies puhs, 1100 awa roots, 10 tjgg fun
gas. 1 cabin and 15 deck paMeofrers.
27 Scir Manookaoai. Becly from Ilina.
25 Am wh ship Cornelias How U&l. 4i cjo. t fr?a
New Bedford, with 130 bbls sperm.
2-j-km wh ship Thotaas Picaan, Stewart, from coat.
S9-ia bark Pearl. Hull, from Coast of L'aiXrcia,
with 400 bbls sperm.
30 Am schr Onolaa. Uarns, 21 days from San Fran-
31 Schr Helen, Clark, from Malik o with SOI kess
soar. 100 beta motassrs. 2 krgs arrow root. 100
mamari pokes, too feet lumber, 6 f heep, 1 cow
and caS. 4 cabin and 2 deck passengers.
30 Erg bark BMe, Gay, from Newcastle, with craaL
31 Sea Kamoi, Wilbcr. from Kabulci. with 3v0 kegs
sugar, tut ut wheat and brae, 3 cabin and 20 deck
Apr a 2 Am bark You&sT Hector, Chadwirk. 13 dijs frctu
March 29 ng aUp Qocea of Kcriand for Jlcg Kong.
2 Am wh si.4 koropa. Crosby tor Arrcc Ocean.
2 Am wh bark K. C. Jones. Howes, for Arctic Oceaa.
23 Am clipper ship Lalj WaaliuigUA. tur Baker Isiand
ta load guano.
23 8car SeUie klerrO. FUber, Lc Lahaina and Makec's
.23 Scir Moi Reiki. Napela. Kahulu:.
2 Scar Warwick, for Motokai.
30 Am bark Oriole. Jeroean, tT Arctic,
31 Schr Kekaahiobi, Lastert, for Koca and Kaa.
17 Bark Btuie, reports tarir.j spoken bark Favorite,
Toon, near Tahiti, 13 mo, oat, ciean
From Sa Faaa-ctsco per Oaward. March 27 29 pkgs tea.
2 hzs tobacoa, 10 ca wine, 2 ca furniture. 2 pks wUlow ware, 2
bxs dregs, 3 cs pai&ta, 20 cs coal od. 10 cs turpeatise, 20 cs ker
osene. 5 bxs raleraros. 10 kegs nails, 2 brs hardware, S cs uxie.
1 soil hemp packiag. 1 pkg scythe snathes. 225 bxs tea, 157
sacks potatoes. doa pads. 10 dos brocma. 23 bbls salmon. Z29
hodls sbiagtea. a M leet red wood boards. & bbU lime, il bbls
b4 1 cs machinery, 1 r2l sheet copper, 4.S00 bricks, 4 tierce
hams, 129 empty btis. & pkgs sundries, i cs cosworama.
From Ttatairr per N. 5. Pert in. irch 2S 13.110 feet
Boor-: eg, 1002 feet rough lumber, lli't M shier kes, 14 spars, t
From ararasi, V. I per Aiberai, !arca 2S s9,3Sl fee
lumber. 13 bodia picketa.
From Sax Faaxcuoo per Astria. March 25 3.920 Mpece.
From Sa Fvuaso per OrtcUa, March 301 octare of
From Newcastle per Bessie. March 234 cs matches. 5 cs
1 cs siopa, a trunks boots, 4 iron tanks, 4 rolls tweed, 303
tacs coal, 0 butts canTas, 1 cs rennets.
On tbe 2SUk Mares, at MarulfiVli, Waiktki, to
Jaaaes L. Lewis, a daughter.
lie wire of
Captrcsp WarmajL At the residence of Mr. Makaiki, ia
North Koca, oa Friday, the 13th of March, bw the Rer. J. I.
ram, J. Credited, li, cf Kaa. to Mr?. J. f Wh!tr!r. cf
Haaab, rferth Kona.
PORT Or LAHAIUA.
Marrh 2i Am shi; Bart onold. FotTes, N. B , ZM Uf,
from rahf.-nva cot, 150 bbl h season, i0 tt-U
sp. 700 W'la vysce.
Jo Am bark Helm fno, Adams. N. B., 8t tons, from
eff-shore IVru ; 4W bbls p, 10 bt.Is wh season.
27 Am schrOrtolaa, Harris, 80 tors from tan I'raocisco.
SATURDAY, MARCH 20.
With no less than Jive arrivals from San Fran
cisco during the past seven days, we have had a
deluge of papers without anj verv important w&x
news, either European or American.
The most interesting item from America, and
that which gives promise of great importance
in the conduct of the war, is the appointment of
General Grant to be Lieutenant-General of the
National Forces. The nature of this new uffice
is probably as yet not fully defined. The Pret-
dent ia the Constitutional Commander-in-Chief.
A Lieutcnant-General acts for, or in other words,
performs the duties which by law belong to the
Commander-in-Chief. Gen. Halleck now be
comes an Aid of Gen. Grant, and of course rants
One great obstacle to the success of the na
tional cause has been the want of unity of ac
tion in the Tarious armies which encircle the
rebel territory. M'Clellan was appointed in 1SG1
to remedy this defect, but when it was found that
he was required in the field, Halleck was desig
nated to act in his place. But these appoint
ments clashed, and continual disputes and jeal
onies have been the result. If Grant has the
firmness to take the responsibility and the genius
to plan and conduct the war, his appointment
will prove a fortunate step.
It is stated among the latest telegrams that
Grant has said that it is of no use to try to ope
rate in other sections till Richmond is taken.
Others have thought so for a longtime ; but how
is it to be done there's the rub. If he succeeds
in doing what a score of generals have tried and
failed in, he will show that be merits the chaplet
of honor with which the American people have
just rewarded, him. It is stated that Gen. Kil
patrick's cavalry, in the raid around Lee's army,
went within three miles of Richmond. He had
only about 4,000 troops, but had they been sup
ported by sufficient infantry, it would appear
that Richmond might have been stormed and
perhaps captured, or at least the Union prisoners
might have been released. This is proved by
the fact that the prisoners are being removed to
Georgia for eafer keeping.
The return of Gen. Sherman to Vicksburg docs
not appear to hare been a repulse, as he had no
important engagement with the enemy, but it ,
was caused by his plans for a junction with the
cavalry forces of Grierson having been defeated.
Had they succeeded in uniting, it is quite proba
ble that Mobile would have been their destina
tion. As it is, the expedition so effectually de
stroyed the railroads as to render it next to im
possible for the rebels to procure supplies west of
the State of Alabama, thns still further contract
ing their limits and crippling their resources.
In other quarters, the events that have trans
pired may ie biirUjr uurrawcu. marieston con
tinued to be bombarded, with what effect, the
rebel papers do not state. The Union forces sent
to Florida had been repulsed with loss, and driven
back to Jacksonville, a seaport town. The rebels
are making strong efforts to regain possession of
their lost territory in North Carolina, and soms
hard fighting is evidently going on there now.
The rebel Gen. Longstreet had been compelled to
retreat from the vicinity of Knoxville, and is sup
posed to have rejoined Lee's army. Admiral
Farragut was at work bombarding the forts at
the entrance of Mobile harbor.
The war in Denmark continues, and there have
been several engagements, in which the Danish
forces have been compelled to fall back. It would
appear from the news received that the English
people are eager to enter the war as an ally of
Denmark, but they desire France also to join
them. But Napoleon has hardly forgotten the
cool answers he received from the various powers
on his European Congress scheme, at which ho
intended to settle all these difficulties without
bloodshed, and now very wisely holds back, and
looks coolly on as a sjectator only. If any cap- j
ital or glory is to be had, probably Nai-oleon will j
step forward, join in the dispute, and perhaps put J
an end to it.
The news from the pirate craft Alabama places
her at Singapore from the 23d to thi 2S:h of
December. On the latter day 6he left that port '
bound west, as some reports say, towards Cal-
cutta. Another letter states that she bought all j
the warm clothing obtainable, with the purpose j
of cruising to the northward, and was at the ;
latest date at Labuan, a small island on the coast ;
of Borneo, used by the English as a coal depot. !
It would appear from these advices that she was j
at Singapore at the came date she was before re- j
ported at Amoy. As the latter report was car- ;
ritd to Japan simply by a verbal mesage spoken j
between two vessels in passing each other, it was j
jrotably incorrect, though she is doubiless ;
bound for the China seas. She is represented as i
being sadly out of repair, end will seek some ;
port wLere she can TeCt. j
The death of Rev. T. Stark King, which oc- !
curred in Son Francisco March 4, will touch a !
chord in the heart of every American who has ever j
read his patriotic loyal speeches or heard his j
bold voice, raised so often in behalf cf his j
country and the Union cause. During our short
stay in San Francisco la.t summer, we Lad the '
good fortune to hear him twice once in his own i
church, and again at a Union meeting in Union J
Hall, which, is one of the largest public buildings j
in that city. On the occasion, which was a night
or two before the lat gubernatorial election, the j
ball was densely filled with ladies and gentlemen,
for the simple announcement of his name drew a ;
crowd anywhere. Mr. King came late, and Gov- i
ernor Lowe was entertaining the audience with a !
political speech, which seemed rather dull, and
raade the audience somewhat restless. While in
the midst of his remark.", Mr. King quietly
stepped on to the stage from a side door, and took
his seat back of the ep-eaker, without the latter
observing him. The audience, as oou as he ap- j
peared, burst out in the most Yocikrousarix-uio.
The Governor was all taken aback, and hardly
knew what to make of it, till turning around, he
noticed that Mr. King had arrived, and polite! j
aid to tbe audience that he was glad tlerr.on hzi
come, and would give way to him. Quick as a
wink, Mr. King was on his feet, and laying his
band on the Governor's shoulder, said, ' I am
glad we have hero the cotninj ma," referring to
.Mr. Lowe, who was a few days after elected Gov
ernor of the State. This happy allusion brought
down a torrent of applause. Mr. King, on tak
ing the stand, apologized for being late, and said
the cause of it was he bad jut-t attended a union
meeting of another kind, whith was entirely un
expected, at which he had to unite a man and
woman in marriage the best kind of union meet
ing? and hoped, as the audience were all Union
aiea, his apology would be accepted. Hi s ad
dress was replete with incidents and anecdotes,
interspersed with sound moral and political teach
ings, and for an hour or more he kept his audi
ence chained with thrilling eloquence. He closed
by saying that he had been askd to state at the
meeting which of the two tickets citizens ought
to vote. He said he should leave them to make
their own choice ; but," said he, after you
have chosen your ballot, take down your Union
muskets, roll up your ballot carefully, take aim,
and fire Aic" (Lowe.) Such applause as this
addrc brought out, we have never Tfitnessed
anywhere else. At its close, the band struck up
the national battle-song, 44 John Brown's soul is
a marching on," and the whole audience joined
in the chorus, making the building fairly shake.
It was worth, as we remarked to a companion, a
voyage across the Pacifie to hear such an address
and such singing from a choir of four thousand
Starr King did great service in the Union cause
in California, and to him more than any other
man is that State indebted for the loyal sentiment
prevailing there. When his death was announced
at Washington, the Government sent orders to
San Francisco that all the national flags be low
ered, and at its order, on the day of his funeral,
the two forts opposite the city Cred minute guns
in his honor a token of respeci that private citi
zens rarely ever receive. On the receipt of the
news in Honolulu the American Minister very
appropriately lowered the flag of the legation for
three days in respect to Mr. King's memory. A
full account of his death and funeral will be
found in the Alia and Bulletin of the 12th of
Rumors have been current for some time past
that certain persons are taking a most extraor
dinary interest in organizing the Board of Educa
tion with a view of making Bishop Staley
the head of that important branch of the pub
lic service. If these rumors have any foundation,
the United States Secretary of State must have
been well informed when he made the remark
that 44 the English Mission to Hawaii was noth
ing more than a political adventure!"
Can it be that the voluntary expatriation,
forty years ago, of a band of men with their
their wives from ull the dearest associations of
their native land ; the trials and privations en
dured before they became rmly established
among this (then) heathen people; the devotion of
a Ifte-time in seeking its welfare ; the many lives
laid down, and the gray-headed men still left in
the country, whose only aim has been and still
is to establish and encourage schools among the
people that the Word of Truth may be intelligi-
K.1-- rS1-- I O-.l fS-r 1 1 r.TT Ul
an have no claims upon the nation's gratitude?
Can it be that the claims for respect of the
Roman Catholic missionaries have no founda
tion, many of whom have died while others have
grown gray in teaching this people the doctrines
of Christ according to their interpretation? Is
the devotion of those priests and their venerable
Bishop during the small-pox time, when they
were truly ministers of Christ, and went about
among the people cheerfully laboring day and
night and sacrificing their all to save the Hawaii-
' an race, entirely forgotten?
Can it be that the million and a half of treas
ure so freely contributed by the Puritans of Am
erica and the Catholics of France, with no
thought or desire for any object beyond the
moral advancement of the people, and which has
all been expended (to say nothing of what is
now being spent,) for the good of the Hawaiian
people, in supplying them with teachers and
books, which have taught theti to read, write
and cipher themselves into what they now
are one of the nations of the earth can it be
that this counts for nothing?
Can it be that all thisfwbich hietory will show
as their work, is now to be weighed in the scale
against the good accomplished by the pew Eng
lish Mission of a year's growth, and declared
wanting so much, that the leader of this new
sect should be preferred to one and all of them
as the man best entitled to be placed at the head
of the Department cf Government nearest and
dearest t- the hearts of the Hawaiian people and
its teachers? For the future peace and prosper
ity of this nation, we say, God forbid.
Has this new candidate made it evident that
the sympathies of the people are with him? Or
does the empty school house in ,Nuuanu furnish
evidence of the administrative ability necessary
to establish and direct the schools of a Kingdom?
We fear not, and even if it did, all thinking
men would justly wonder at and condemn the pol
icy that gave to this last churchman a political
appointment, which j after Dr. Armstrong's time,
was decided could only be justly filled by a civil
ian a decision which has since been fully en
dorsed by all parties and creeds, as being, in this
small Kingdom, the wisest and best policy.
But we cannot and will not believe that any
such backward movement can be brought about.
We believe that the King understands the wants
and sympathies of his people too well, and his ad
visers to be men too well read in political history
not to foresee the gTeat evils which would inevita
bly follow the appointment of a comparative
stranger whom most of the people have no faith
in, and who is the head of a church with which
they have no sympathy to direct and control
No, we feel that such a political attempt can
not succeed with our present King, whom we
respect as the highest and most independent Ha
waiian in the Kingdom. On his decision of
character and his well-known desire to advance
the interests of Hawaii and the welfare of the
Hawaiian race which he has shown in his past
and present political life, we place our trust.
He -will alwars nd ns readv to uphold and stand
fast to the doctrine of llauaii for Haicaiians,
and au earnest supporter of a just, liberal and
independent policy towards all men, creeds and
nationalities, shoeing partiality in jmtlic affairs
ppeared on our table
promptly on the first of the month. It fills a gsp
that no other publication here has ever done, and its
indefatigublo editor manages always to Eai some
thing new and norcl to issue in it. Among otber
articles we find a code of laws of the Friendly Is
lands, very much resembling our original code of
Hawaiian laws, first published in 1S40, so simple and
concise that a lawyer's occupation wao not worth
much. As we advance in civilization, each subject
is thought by our legislators to merit a separate chapter with a
score of sections an frequent amendments, rendering the ser
vice of a legal ajvi r indispensable. Among the law ia the
Friendly Island code referred to, is the folluwinr. which we
should like to see established here, where cocoanct and ether
trees are ruthlessly cut down every year, to the detrisieiit of
of our agricultural interests :
XXXI. The late concerning Cocoanut Trtrs.
If aDy one wUh to cut d'iwn a cocoanut tree he must first
plant three cocoauuK, and then cut down the tree, but should
he rut down the tree aad n-lect to plant the nuts, Le shall be
fined five dollars.
IjT Ashkk B. IUtk-S being about to leave Jiis kingjricn, on
or about the middle cf May, his household furniture, horse,
harnesr, carriages,., will be offered at auction at 14 Brook
side," his residence, by Mr. Severance, on or about May 15th.
Hi establishment is known to be complete in every respect for
a large family. Further details will be given prior to sale.
STEAM EXCIXE FOR SALE !
TO RUN CEX-
C. BREWER if CO.
FENCE WIRE PER R. W. WOOD !
BEST QUALITY ANNEALED WIRE,
For sale by
410-3m C. BREWER k. CO.
TlMIE HAWAIIAN KVANGELICA
M. cialion will meet at the Stone Meeting House,
iouU Kona, on THURSDAY, tte 21st ot April.
J. U. PARIS, Moderator.
March -2d, 15 SI. 410 St
ALL PERSONS ARE FORBID HARBOR,
insr or trutinjr any person on my account, as I will py
no debt contracted without mv special order in writine.
410-lra ANTON K MANUEL.
TVow Open at tlie
Union Hotel, .llerchant Street.
nnillS DAY. SATl'RDA 1". APRIL 2d. from
at 2 o'clock to 5 P. M-, will kx: specially devoted to the visits
of families and those putronizinir the exhibition are assured
that the utmost order and deorua wiU be observed. Tie
Entrance in the Bowling Saloon.
The Costuorama will be open as usual during the evening ;
aud during uext week, on Monday. Thursday and Saturday.
GOLDEN GATE EXTRA FAMILY FLOIR,
Uolden Gate baker's extra flour,
Gulden Gate superfine flour,
llawaiian extra superfine flour,
llawaiian superfine flour,
For sale by
410-Gi Corner Hotel and Maur.akea sts.
IIOMILI SUGAR REFIHRlT
CIGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
3 establishment for sale in quantities to suit nurchasera by
410-3m ALPRIC11, WAfKKR & CO.
rriHE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE HALL fand
JL are respectfully invited tomeet at the HALL. on Saturday,
April 0. at 4 o'clock, P. M fv-r transacting the following
R"liort of Committee.
Filling a vacancy in the Board of Trustees.
Coiidering the matter of inaugurating the nail.
4c. Ac. Ac.
410-lt Bt Ordkr or tbi Trcftkrs.
ST. CEORCE'S DAY !
4LL SUBJECTS OF HER MAJESTY
QUEEN VICTORIA, all persons born under Her allegi
ance and a'.l persous born of British or Irish parents, who may
desire to j in a few ger.tlomen, at a dinner in the New Public
are respectfully requested to eenT in their names to STEPHEN
SPENCER, Esq. Her Britannic Majesty's Commissioner,
W. W. F. Synge, Enquire, has consented to preside at the
-l.'D FOR SALE BY
A1DEI0H, WALKER & Co, !
SMALL LOT SUPERIOR RED SALMON,
American beef, j
California lime, i
AuJa Superior Iot China Tile.
APPLICATION HAVING be-n
made to the
the Honorable G. M. Roertoa, Associate Jus
tice of the Supreme Court, by W. L. Green. Stephen Swer
and Robert Moflitt. for probate of the will of WILLIAM WEB
STER, of Honolulu, lite debased : Notice is hereby given to
all persons whom it may concern, thai SATURDAY, the 9th
day of April next at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and
hcur appointed t-r hearing proof of said will, and a'.l oJj-ctions
that may be offered thereto, at the Court House in the town of
JOHN E. BAB.XA.RP.
Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, 26th March, 410-2t
Expected by the Undersigned
FEU BRITISH CLIPPER BRIG
AYhich was to leave about the middle
TIIE USUAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY
hive sheetirp'. Hannels.
Coburgs. Ticks. Blankets,
Liuens, Clothing, Ac, Ac.
Rottled Ale and Porter.
Wines and Spirits.
sadiiery. Oilmen's stores.
Packicg salt. Fire bricks,
Galvanised wire rope,
Tin Plates. Hoop Iron, Fencine wire, Ac, Ac.
410-in JAN IPX, GREEN k CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Iiihue Plantation !
sTlROF COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
caastities to suit purchasers by
410-Sa ALDRICH, WALKER A
Sugar and Molasses
FROM 3IETCALF PLANTATION !
riROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities io SQ1i purchasers bv
4:0-om ALDKICH, WALKER r CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS. LAIMIXA !
P COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
ALDtilCn. WALKE2. A CO.
J. II. WICKE,
41-1 1.1a BTaXET, BELOW Tat THIATS.K.
Tamitru- xnaie and repaired St reasonable priees.
Thk Friend. This little quarto,
through its twenty-first year, appear!
TUE liRiriSH BARK
wiihout ber C.rg. llosird.
300 Tons Walfcend, X. South Wales,
For further lriiculars a; ply ' to
y.V. 110z- II L.AX.r.ii. a.
... . . 1 A &a fs. a. strts
Steel plows of all kinds and sues, ty ce w iv
Cat plows, ad sixes. Side Hill plows, cast and steel, all sues,
Horse hoe, expanding and reversable teeth.
Cultivators, douMe mould board and Shovel plows,
Hinjre harrows, with 24, 30, 3d SJjd 42 teeth,
OX Shovels or scrapers. Corn shellers. Corn mills.
Farm nu'ls. Portable flour mills, 16 inch, 15, 20x24 incn.
(Each stone made of one piece of the best Burr stone.)
Wine, Lard and Cider presses. Hay or Cotton presses.
Cotton eios. Garden seed sowers, (staall and large sisej
Wheel Barrows, (all sixes and styles,)
0--y arxl bows, (all sixes.) Churns, (an kinds.)
Whiffle trees sets for 1. 2 or 3 horses. Trace and ox chains,
Spades. Shovels. Steel sco..j. Hoes, Axes. Steel rakes,
Hcrse rakes, (all kinds.) Hay or Straw Cutters, (all soes,)
Picks, Axe, Pick and hoe handles.
Grindstones by cask or sinple. (all sixes,) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimminrs. Moulds, Landsides,
Points of all kinds. Harrow teeth, Horse powers.
Pa table steam engines. Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts. Ac. .
AU of which we win sell at the Lntctit Citf Prices.
J. IK ARTHUR SON.
Importers and Dealers.
4.10-3m Cor. Davis and Washington sts. San Francisco.
! TOBIN, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
Linen and Silk HMk'fs.,
Ladies and Gents' Furnish
Combs and Brushes,
Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Paper and Envelopes,
We have on band the largest and best assorted stock on the
Pacific Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions.
We Invite buyers to examine before purchasing.
All orders entrusted to us will receive our particular at tec lion.
TOBIN, MEAGHER A CO.
219 to 225 Battery, urner Sacramento Si,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-6ai San Francisco.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
FOR SAN FRANCISCO !
THE Al BARS
DEMSEX HEMPSTEAD - - - - - Maeler,
Is now ready to receive freight and will have dispatch for
the above port. Freight and passage taken at the lowes
current rates, having superior acoominodaUon for cabin and
ALDRICH, WALKER 4 CO.
in San Francisco.
CHAS. W. BROOKS r CO.
Agents for the H. P. L.
Expect to receive Per Brig ARGO !
Which was to leave about the middle of
IRON PIPING 3-4 TO 2 INCH, WITH
elbows, couplings. &c, Ac,
An assortment of Cocks t t do
a Sw.h iiw LuMuf nio'ik fur feoOets, or vaarv or steam
piping, 3 do. do. do. do..
Flax packing, India rubber packing,
Asst. Iron ai.J steei boiler plates,
Sheet iron, Tin, emery, Ac. Ac
410-3u Honolulu Iron Works.
Desirable Real Estate and Residence
MTHE ESTATE CALLED "THE
WILLOWS." in PA LAMA, the property V
and residence of JOHN E. BARNARD. The 4
House is larpe and convenient, witn large Drawing- Boon,
Library, Dinirn; Room, and five other roams, with a verandah
10 feet wide all in good repair the premiites being only four
years old. There are also Servant-room, Uarcess-rocca and
Stable on the premises.
The Garden and Paddock consist of Si acres of very rich
soil, with two streams of water running through tbe Garden the
whole year. There are on the premises many varieties of
beautiful trees, such as Cypresses. Australian Gams. 150
Peach trees, mostly in full bearing ; 70 fine Mangoe trees, abo
Loquat Apple arid Pear Trees, and several hundred Grape
Tines of tne choicest varieties in full bearing ; also a large
variety of Roses, Oleanders and Lilies. Terms Liberal.
Apply to JOnX E. BARNARD,
OrJ. W. AUSTIN.
nanolulu, March 23, 1S6L 410-lm
SUP STIES. SHIP STORES !
L4MIL1 GR0CER1 AVDTEED STORE!
A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
THERE MAY BE FOUND A CHOICE
T and unusual variety cf CA BIN STORES. Aic.
laany of which have been laid in erpressty with a view to meet
the wants of SHIPPING Consisting in part as follows :
Preserved Beef, Mutton, Salmon, Veal,
Lobsters, ic., in tins.
Oysters, Hard and soft shelled Clam? in tins,
Assorted soups in tins,
Corn, Pas, Beans, Tomatoes, Carrots,
Asparagus, in tins,
Game, in tins,
Cranberries preserved in earthern jars,
American and English preserved Milk,
Sardines, in $ and boxes, BEST,
Dried Green Peas, whole, German,
Dried Grey Peas, whole, German,
Raspberry Vinegar and asttd. Syrups, for
Dried Apples, in and barrels, new,
Assorted Crackers in tins,
Layer Raising, new,
New California Cream Cheese, excellent,
Smoked Beef, tender loins.
Mackerel and Herring,
Assorted Spices, Seasonings and Extracts.
BEST CIDER VINEGAR, in 100 gallon caske,
(new casks, cheap.)
200 Sacks California Potatoes, Best in Marlet,
Pilot and Medium Bread,
FLOUR, Different Qualities,
Hams, neve and good.
Dried Apples, neic and good,
5,000 lbs. Beans, Dark and Yellow,
SHIP TEAS, 30 lb. packages.
Corn and Wheat Meal, fresh,
Rice and Coffee.
For Sale at low rates by
410-2ro A. D. CARTWRIGITT.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE-
ceive horses on pasture at Ka ilua, a splendid grai
ing laid, at the rat of One Dollar per nvnuth.
Jf . B. Horses to be paturd, win be called tot anl delivered
when require-!. 4--Ita
THE St'BSCRIBKKS NOW OFFER FOR
sale at Wholes; le or He-ai! a larpe assortment .of aU kinds
cf FARUtXG IMPLEMENTS, among wh.ch wui be found :
V li I V IT I I t ) l' A
ARCTIC AND R.17.V00D
And Other Late Arrivals,
JtA'D FOR SALE BY
T. MOSSMAN & SON.
DEMIJOHNS OF CANARY, RAPE, AND
Boxes fresh codflsb, i and I boxes layer raisioa,
Jars currants. Tins plums, 10 lb each,
Demijohns split peas,
and boxes sardines, Westphalia hams.
Tierces Boston bams. Cases lard. Cases cream tartar.
Cases soda. Cases salt. Whole paper ground salt.
Potatoes California and Hawaiian,
Extra Golden Gate family floor, Cal. Mustard,
Cal. spices io (tlas.
Cal. crackers, consisting of water, soda, supsr and picnic,
Field's steamed oysters '1 lb ec.ns. Coward's jams,
HstnbUn A Baker's oysters, 2 lb cans.
p A M yeast powder, American and French chocolate.
Lemon peel. Citron pee!, Currants, Wine viaegar.
Cider vinegar. Tomato ketch Jp, Sago.
Pearl barley, Lee A Perrin'a Worcestershire sauce,
Bettie's pie fruits, Saleratus acd soda In bottles,
Lemon syrup, i bbls dried apples.
Crushed and loaf supar. Corn starch.
Cut class rob lets, tumblers and Urge siae Cih glebes.
Hi- Jixst; Received
ASD OFFERS FOR SALE
pORT.WlXE, FIRST CLASS.
Sherry wine, first class,
Sherry wine, light, soft and mild.
Hock, very superior,
Sauterne, very superior,
Burgundy, Tery superior,
Claret, very superior.
First class brands of English ale and porter,
LAGER BEER, in pints and quart,
Gin in jugs, 1
Gin in large tqaare bottles, .
Irish Whiskey, very fine,
Scotch Whiskey, very fine.
Rye Whiskey, very fine,
BITTERS OF ALL KINDS.
And always "tlie
Finest PAIJE BRAaTOI".
The Port, Sherry and Porter !
Are particularly recommended as SOMETHING
BETTER than what is generally offered
for sale in this market. .
"XTTITTT ArvTn' I
Received per Arctic,
HORSE SHOE NAILS
Wire rat traps.
Cook's patent auger bits,
Hunt's handled axes.
Shoe pincers. Fine pocket knives,
Axe handles, Game carrera.
Rubber handled table knives,
Braces and bits, etc.
Best Baltimore Calf Skins !
AND RUBBER GARDEN HOSE, J,, 1 Inch.
Fee aaie by
W. X. LADD.
E. O. I IVTLTL,
HAS JUST RECEIVED BT THE
ARCTIC, a full as"rtme&t cf the jut'y cvIebraW
5$ HARP STOVES J
Believed to be the best coofcinjf etovei fur family ne ever
New K-oi2 !
AXD i.V STORE BY
E. O. Hall!
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
PLOWS. PLANTERS HOSE,
Garden hoe, Harrow t -eth.
Ox bows. Cant steel shovels,
Spades, crow bars.
Corn shell rs, 4-c-, Ac, Acn
TTrappinK paper. Foolscap and letter paper,
'White hcose paper for ceiling.
Nail, all sizes. Spikes 4 to 7 inch,
Paint, Oil. Crdare,
?j.uce pans. Pots. Wood saws,
Croas cnt and pit saws.
Blacksmith's bellows, Sedges.
Boat Bails, CUich osils.
Ke rivMs. Waol cards.
Pocket catiery, I. X. L.
Tahle callers, Old docalnicn coffee pots.
Latrps, Globes, Wicks,
And a gTeat variety of articles too nu
merous to mention.