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XtatitA a racjincy has occurred in the Elec
tion Di9tfct of Honolulu, in the Island of Oabu,
lf the decea of the Honorable William Web
g&, tbe late Representative of the said District.
Notice ia therefor hereby given that an election
for Keprwentative for the said District, in tbe
poooi of the raid Honorable William Webster,
will be boldcn at the Court House in Honolulu,
Oo Monday, the 18th day of April, 1864, at 8
Pfttd this 24tb day of March, A. D.. 1S64.
Jc. MosToowsar, 1
Police Justice of Honolulu, j Inspectors of
J. S. Low. I the Election Dis-
Scconl Su perin tendent. f Irvrt of Honolulu,
Asa. FoajtASDta, I Oabu.
Tax Collector. J
.frOIST lICfTS BT THE MINISTER OF THS INTERIOR.
Commissioners or Private Wats.
VaIALCA. i)HC. J. V. Anderson.
V. C. Lane.
J. II. KuVo.
Kora. Oac. W. II. Pea, vie R. a. Davis, resigned.
Commissioners or Fences, Stc. -
KaoLcroo, Oax. R.. B. Armstrong,
go a, OaW'. J. S-.Low, vice K. U. Da via, resigned.
Hone Ode. March 30, 1864.
At the meeting of the Planters Society on the
23d of i larch, the subject of labor was brought
up and 'considered of so much urgency, that a
fecial mmiitee of three was appointed to con
sider &xl report upon it.
It we proposed at the meeting to Import Im
zaediaWjy, one thousand agricultural laborers
from O.ina, taking care to select only such, and
to indu.-e them to bring their wires with them.
This is nil very well, as a beginning; bat that
camber would bs very inadequate to supply the
wants of the many large estates now in progress,
and the many more whose formation will le
stimulated by the now proved certainty that
oar soil and climate are fit to produce the best
qualities of sugar, and with labor. attho present
rates, we can produce it at a cost leaving to the
rianter a large profit.
The Hon. Judge Robertson, who was in the
chair, very justly observed that although some
.lanters in isolated localities, were of opinion
that we had labor enough, the demand for more
laborers for so many estates was becoming so
great, that it would very soon exceed the sup-.'
ply ; and consequently, that it would be impossi
ble to resist such a rise in wages as would be
very detrimental to all the Planters v;
At the former meeting of the 7th, Mr. Wyllie
stated that ho "wanted 500 laborers for his own
estates. Tbe Haiku Plantation and Makee's
estate could probably take as many more, and
so also the Koloa Plantation. It is therefore
plain, that for the interest of tbe Planters, a
mnch greater supply than that of 1000 laborers
If wo coold only compel our idlers, loafers or
vagrants (for sucli they well may bo called) to
work, for their own good, and the good of the
kingdom, we would at once have a supply of
perhaps 5.000 able-bodied men and women. It
is said that at this moment there are upwards of
500 of that degraded and worthless class in
Honolulu alone. Is our vagrant law of 1850
(see chapter 39, page 91, Penal Code) forever to
remain a dead letter?
The Constitution secures to all men " I ha right
of acquiring, possessing and protecting property,
and of pursuing and obtaining safety andjhappi
nesj." Is it to be construed, in the negative
sense, for the pleasure of idlers and 'loafers
who pursue safety and happiness, no ofytcrtcise
than by feeding and clothing themselves Jat the
ex peruse of the property acquired and possessed
by those who earn it by honest indus.fV? A
more common sense view of this was t .en by
the Christian Emperors of Rome and th- primi
tive Christian church. Idleness was then con
sidered as the mother of robbery. Idlers were
then designated nati consvmere frvges," born
to devour that which of right belonged to
others. And they were punished as thieves and
robbers, both by the canons of the church and
Amongst us, they live without any social or
civil disqualification, rejoicing in their right to
eat the bread of their neighbors, to harbor them
selves in other men's houses, seduce their wives
and daughters, and to vote for such law makers as
will protect them, their dogs and their horses.
Ought such men to be allowed to vote at the
polls ? Would it not be a charity in the state to
eiereise a patriarchal power over such moths of
society, and as a father coerces his vicious child
ren, so to coerce idlers to cat bread earned by
their own hands ?
Mr. Wyllie broadly raised this question in his
note published in 1844, after consulting some of
the missionaries, old residents, and also high
chiefs, whose love for the natives and knowledge
of their character and capabilities could not be
The Legislature being about to meet, it would
be well for every religious and moral man in the
islands, every patriot and philanthropist, to
well consider this important question, and whether
oar existing vagrant law cannot be amended,
both in the interest of those who work and even
of those who do not work, but who abuse the
ancient Arcb-ltke hospitality of a simple and
generous hearted people whose doors upon the
hangry are never closed.
Well 6aid the Hon. Judge Robertson at the
meeting of the 23d, that if tee could only com
mand svjjicient labor, sufficient capital would soon
fallow. Capitalists freely advance their money
here they know it will be sectre, and that the
borrowers can use it, so certainly, to their own
advantage, as to be able to pay the interest recu-
krlj, and annually augment the security for
we principal of the estates mortgaged. As to
sectkitt, it is now known to all foreign nations,
that, Binoe the 31st of July. 1843, our govern
ment has been one of the most stable in the
world that we have had no revolutions or riots
endangering life or property that the obliga
tion of contracts is fully acknowledged and en
forced that our courts of justice favorably com
pare with those of the oldest nations that the
Hawaiian Sovereign is fully recognized by the
greatest powers both of the old and new worlds,
through solemn treaties, most of them offered by
those powers, from their desire to participate in
iving that moral strength and security to the
ruiers oi this small kingdom, in uIiav ir..-nmA. J
encc they all take a lively interest, which only
such a lemn recognition can give that in nine
teen years, no pecuniary demand made by foreign
agents against this government, after a hearing
of both sides, has ever been found to be just
that the former King Kumehameha III. and the
late King Kamehameha. IV., were Sovereigns of
extraordinary ability, enlightenment, humanity
and love for their tubjects, and that our present
Sovereign King Kamehameha V. (may God long
preserve him,) has had much experience in all
the Departments of the Administration ; and, it
may be safely predicted from that superior ad
vantage, and from hi well known talent, sound
judgment and firmness, will prove himself to be
more than equal to any of the four preceding
Therefore, we present to the world as great
moral guarantees for the security of life and pro
perty as any nation of the world. Our islands
possess all the elements of land, soil and climate
necessary to be a state of large population and
great wealth. What we want is labor labor.
Let ns get labor, either by coercing our idlers to
labor or by importing laborers in large numbers
and then, as the Hon. Judge Robertson said,
foreign capital will flow in upon us in an abund
What else prevents an increase in our foreign
and domestic trade a great increase to the
King's revenue and a much wanted relief to
his subjects from ptrsonal taxation, which at
present, weighs too heavily upon their scanty
A meeting of tbe Trustees of this Institution was
held at tbe Court House on Tuesday last, at which
the following resolution, offered bj Mr. Damon, was
Rttoh ed That to view of tbe very sadden removal by death
of oar much-respected associate W m. Vb-steb, Eq , who has
loo and faithfully served on the Board or Trustee of the
Queen's Hospital, we hereby would express our derp sorrow,
and tendrr to his afflicted widow our sincere sympathy and con
dolenca in her irreparable Vha.
The Treasurer and Physician handed in their re
ports, which we append :
Statement by the Treasurer of the Queen' Hospital,
March 28, lSdt.
I have cash la hand 2 249 08
April 1st I can draw on the appropriation.......... 260 00
Aud for paasenger and Hawaiian seamen's taxes, say., boo 00
April 1st There will be doe the Physician. $3u0 00
The accounts for March, are estimated at. .. 600 OO
And the medicine, ate. received Ir bark
- K. W. W ood," amount to 338 82
Showing a provable deficiency, April 1st, of......
After drawing lb? appropriation np to April 1st,
the Treasurer will not be able to get anything from
the Treasury until a new appropriation shall have
been made by tha legislature.
LC. R. Bishop, Treasurer.
March 2Stb. Pince writing the above, 1 have
drawn from the Hawaiian Treasury, the balance of
the special appropriation made by the King in Cabi
net Council. April 22J, 1863, six hundred and eight
dollar, ($608.) from which the wages of purveyor
and servant, etc, cau be paid between April 1st and
the date of the passage of the next Appropriation
liilL U. K. BrsnoP.
Report of Dr. Hillebrand, for the last fire montht,
from October 2S, 1863 to March 27, 1&64.
To the President and Tmsttf of the Queen's Hospital:
During the period embraced witbia those dates.
there have been entered 420 new names on the books
of tbe boppitat. As the proportion of new applicant!
to such whose names have been registered already
before, is less than one to three, the number of per
sons that have received hospital relief during that
time, may be fairly set down as exceeding twelve and
even thirteen hundred. The number of prescriptions
standing ia the books, which includes those for house
patients, u 2416. 108 have been admitted as house
patients during that time. Of these 17 have died.
"2 whites, 1 Chinaman, 1 colored man und 13 natives;
more than one half of these deaths vere caused by
incurable chronic diseases. Tbe greatest number of
house-patients, at one time was 45; at present we
! I would take the liberty to call the attention of the
Trustees to the scarcity of furniture, which is hardly
sufficient to meet the mot nrgent necessities. I also
must urgently request you, to take tin mediate stej
for removing that nuisance which I j have so many
times brought to jour notice. The remedies applied
have lessened but not finished the evy.
During the last month I have takn the responsi
bility to incur a small outlay for pitting in order
the grounds surrounding tbe hospital. The road
originally laid out from the gate to 'he house, had
never been filled up properly; it wa , ao uneven and
broken up that a person with a fractured limb could
not pans over it in a vehicle without pufTerii.g much additional
pain. What light work had been expended on it originally, hud
lung ago txn washed away by the flood which every rainy
season wh over it. We have now a fine even road with a
small bridged water-course, to allow passage to the flood-water,
solidly lirW with coral stones which we found on the premises.
It is my intention to line this road with date palms, so as to
form In course of time, a fine shady avenue which must become
a great ornament to the preiuifes. As the Minister of the Inte
rior has generously supplied me with prison labor, and tbe coral
stones wrre found on the land, the whole exense is limited to a
few planks fr the bridge, and the cart.ige of black sand,
amounting perhaps to sixteen dollars. If in addition to this
am you would grant a small sum for a ten.porary fence to pro.
tect a little grove of lmiiu and cocoanut j-alnis which I am
about to plant. I should connider the mnoes well invested.
Respectfully submitted, Vtx. IuLLrBRASD, L D.
Honolulu, March 27, 1S4. )
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"Oauu College We learn from the Friend that
the generous donation of $3,500 Las been made by
General Williams, Major Williams and Judge Wil
liams (all of Connecticut) towards he endowment of
this college. It was but a short t-me since that we
annouaced a gift of $5,000 from ir. Hunnewell, of
Boston. There are others in tU United States
who have long felt a deep Interest in the 'progress and educa
tional wants of these islands, and whoj if the subject was
brought before them would cheerfully ass.n a portion or their
wealth to the promotion of an object, w r.ch will redound as
greatly to their honor as if bestowed In y other way. The
College still needs an endowment ot at leii $30,000 to provide
nch instructors as the wants of education call for. With such
a fund added to its present resources, li:Jrould become capa
ble of affording a better course of instruion than any insti
tution this side of the Rocky Mountains. "TV
The Oswabd. This fine bark, ic third vessel of
the Hawaiian Packet Line, arrivecin tbe 27th. hav
ing made tbe passage from the Firalones in 11 and
a half days. Her reputation as a flat sailer has long
been established, and she will do&tless fully main
tain it on ber new route. Prior ",-eaving San Fran
cisco she was thoroughly overhtoV ' at Mare Island,
re coppered and refitted expressly for tht ...and trade. She has
accommodations for eight cabin ami 11 .teerage passengers.
Her larder is a model of neatness, well vked with the choiee
things that travellers covet, and with Cap Hempstead as mas
ter, voysgers will find the Onward one of our best packets.
She will sail two weeks from to-day.
Vas Iscidext. On Friday evening last the Amer
clipper ship Lady Washington arrived at this pert
and anchored near the bell buoy. The next morning
the British clipper ship Queen of England also ar
rived and anchored by the side of her consort. For
three days these namesakes of the most distinguished
females of America and England remained abreast
the port, and then sailed one for Hongkong and the
other for Baker's Island. -,
The inspectors of elections have given notice
of a new election for choice of representatives, to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of the late William
Webster, Esq.. to be held on Monday, April 18th.
Several names have been suggested as candidates,
but that of James I. Dowsett, Esq , seems to meet the
most geneeral satisfaction. He has been a member
for several consecutive sessions, and has proved to be
one of the most useful, liberal aui hari-workins members in
ST Found last evening, a pair of gold specs,
which the owner can find at this office.
. For the I-iLc Cumtnerciai Adrertlaet j
Tuesday evening, March 20th, came off the long ;
expected Children's Fancy Ball, not soon to be forgot !
ten by the juvenile guests of Mr. and Mrs. Synge. J
Such a gathering of happy faces and fancy costumes
has never been seen in this city. At half past six,
p. m., the doors of the. British Legation were thrown
open to receive tbe youthful guests and their parents
anl friends. The rooms were decorated with flags
and flowers in the most tasteful manner and bril
liantly lighted. As tbe children entered, their
names and costumes were announced to the host and
hostess. Then forming by couples, they promenaded
around the room, saluting his Majesty the King and
Queen Emma, who honored tbe occasion with their
presence. Then a flourish of trumpets announced
the King and Queen of Heart, attended by their
knight the Jack of Hearts. Then Robinson Crusoe
and his man Friday, in full island costume of goat
skins, with umbrella, musket. Sic. Then his Excel
lency Master Wyllie in the full dress of a chieftain
of the Royal Clan Stewart, and near him little Miss
May Severance as May Queen, forming the oldest
and youngest of tbe costumes, terminated the proces
sion of gay colors, smiling faces and happy hearts.
All tbe children were tnntetully and beautifully
dressed. There were present some sixty-four chil
dren. Below is a list of tbe names and of the char
acters they represented :
Mis Middie Synge. as Louis XVII., u the Dauphin."
Master Robbie tfyoge Uentleinaa Rider for the Curragh
Matter Frank Synge General Wolfe, 1"59.
Master Gilbert Synge His Majesty Charles the 2d.
Master Thackeray tyugt lirummrr, Wolfe's Regiment, 1760.
Mastci K. C. VtyUic ecottUh Chief of the Royal Clan Stew
art. Miss May Severance u May Queen."
Alisa Batty Robinson Belgian Peasant Oirl.
Miss Tilly Robinson Tyrolean Peasant Girl.
Master Ramsey Von Ptister King Henry VIII.
Master Bruce Cartwright Russian Peasant.
Master Ally Cartwright Jack Halyard.
. Mui Kdith SUley Bertha Von Bruneck, in William Tell.
Master A. . Staiey Travers Twist, tq., D. C. L.
Miss L. S. Staley His Serene Highness Prince Hospodar of
Miss Blanche Staley Flower Girl.
Master W. Lelcihoku Numidian Chieftain.
Master Marcus Colburn Attendant on same.
Mias Helen Aldrich Red Riding Hood.
Master Willie Aldrich One of His .Majesty's Zouaves.
Miss Nannie Harris " Nourmahal."
Miss Maude Ludoit Marchioness of Carabas.
Master Adrian Dmloit Marquis of Carataa.
Miss Mary Green Anne of Uieratein.
Miss Alice Green Scutch Shepherdess.
Miss Annie Purke Vivandlerc.
Miss Bernice Parke Red Riding Hood.
. Mi&ri Jeiiuie Parke Scotch Lassie.
1 Miss Fanny Spencer Rebecca at the Well.
Master Thymus Snow Orderly Sergeant V. S. Cavalry.
Master James Roltertson Highland Laddie.
Master Marshall Bates Southern Californian.
MibS Mary Bates Prairie Girl.
Master Bnsil Scott"4 VasiU Vasiliovitch."
Miss Lucrelia Green Highland Lassie.
Miss Florence Robertson Young Zouave.
Miss Maggie Quillou Vivandiere.
Master Morris Bates Japanese Merchant.
Master James Monsarrat "Jockey," Winner of the next
Dei by, 1SC4, on Scottish Chief."
Master Harry Luce Pa?e to any one In want of such.
Miss Floreuce Luce Little Bo Peep.
Miss Alice Lace Welch Peasant, Vale of Glanmorgan."
Miss Larlnia Morgan Daughter of Squire Copplestoue.
Master Seaborn Luce Knight of the Holy Order of the Teai
Miss Blanche McFarlane Queen of Hearts.
Master Kddie McFarlane King of Hearts.
Master Clarence McFarlane New York Fire Zouave.
Master W. McFarlane Jack of Hearts.
Miss Dora Heuck Flower GirL
Miss Anna Heuck German Country Girl.
Miss Annie Aldrich Greek GirL
Miss Annie Baheock Flora.
Miss Jost-pbine Barnard Twilight.
Miss Nelly Barnard Little Flora.
Master Edward Barnard Page.
Master Herbert Austin Zouave.
Master Cecil Brown Robinson Crusoe.
Master Malcom Brown His man Friday.
Miss Lizzie Robertson Highland Lassie.
Mis9 Sarah Colburn Night
Miss Annie Clouston Buy a Broom."
Miss Katie Dickson Quakeress.
Miss Bertha Burbank The Queen's Page.
Miss Sarah Hyde Miss Bloomer.
To those of the parents and immediate friends
present, there was but one expression of pleasure
and joy, which brought bock the delights of youth
to every heart. Dauoing and various games were
enjoyed, and all went merry as the marriage tell.
Ihen supper, which was keenly enjoyed, and bon
bona and sugar plums rapidly disappeared. To Mr.
and Mrs. Sjugc, for the novel and pleasing entertain
ment, great praise is due; all enjoyed it, both youug
and old, and at an early hour retired to dream of the
Fancy Ball. Spectator.
Acctiox Sale. At Mr. Severance's rooms, this
evening, there will be an auction of Books and Pic
tures, wbieh is worth the attention of residents. The
collection of books embraces some of the best and cost
liest English, French and American works ever im
ported. The framed pictures are also very choice,
and in perfect order.
Fixe Portrait. By the bark Onward was re
ceived a framed portrait of the late Edwabd A. Rags
dale, executed by Shew of San Francisco. It is a
fine specimen of art, and a perfect likeness of the
deceased. It can be seen for a day or two in the
show-window of the book-store.
ST The Fort Street School opened on Wednesday
last, under tbe charge of Misses Emma Smith and
Ellen Armstong, who temporarily conduct it dur
ing Mr. Brewster's absence.
QT For European news, latest about the Alalia ma
and other items, see supplement sheet.
LATER FOREIGN NEWS
Dates to Xtiicli X3tli,
Since our last issue, we have had several arrivals
from San Francisco, some of which have brought
mails. Besides tbe ship Lady Washington, whose
crrival and news were announced in an extra, we
have had the barks Kmily Banning, Astrea and
Onward, all on Sucdiy last. Tbe Onward brings
I the latest dates dailies of the 13th of March. From
our files by these arrivals, we glean the following
items from telegraphic and other sources :
Late arrivals confirm the report of the return of
Sherman's expedition to Vicksburg. His cavalry
penetrated 86 miles beyond Meridian. About 5,000
negroes, all men, followed the army on its return,
womeu and children not being allowed to accompany
them. About 1,000 prisoners were brought in. Con
siderable skirmishing occurred, but it is said that not
more than 1,000 rebels were seen at any one place.
The Federal loss in killed, wounded and prisoners is
estimated at 500.
A Union soldier recently escaped from Goldsbcro
reports a great riot at Raleigh, occasioned by the
hanging of native Union soldiers. Pickett's troops
from Kinston passed through Goldsboro to quell the
outbreak in tbe city, where the stars and stripes was
conspicuously displayed. The prees was not allowed
to speak of tbe matter. The Raleigh Standard was
suppressed soon after this affair.
The U. S. corvette Housatonic was destroyed in
Charleston harbor by a rebel torpedo It struck her
starboard quarter, and in a short time she sunk, off
the Beach Inlet.
Tbe Maryland State Convention, at Baltimore,
instructed its delegates to the National Union Con
mention to vote for Lincoln as its first and only choice
Boston, February 23. A vessel has arrived bring
ing news from Cape Town to December Slst, that the
privateer 7i$caloo'a has been seized by the British
authorities, for a violation of the neutrality laws, in
landing a portion of her cargo on the coast.
One or two more ships of war are to go to the
The business of the blockade is to be resumed at
Charleston, as hardly a week passes without a couple
of vessels getting in. A Joint Stock Company is
organized there for the purpose, and two swift steam
ers are now employed between there and Nassau.
Two successful trips are reported wilhiu a mouth.
A Washington correspondent sr.ys it is understood
that Qen. Grant protects against further attempts to
penetrate tbe Confederacy until Richmond is taken,
lie disagrees with Ilalleck, and places the highest
value upon tbe rebel capital, declaring that Cincin
nati, as well as Washington, is threatened by it.
Ia tes to lYlarelft UK
The bark Young Hector, Chadwick, arrived
this morning, having anchored in the roads dur
ing the night. She reports 13 days pas&ige, and
brings San Francisco dates to the 19th, which is
a week later than those by the Onward.
The most important news received is that the
Anstrians have invaded Jutland, (wbieh constitutes
Denmark proper) against the remonstrance of Eng
land and France, and the general belief is that these
powers will sustain their remonstrance by arms.
From the United States, no progress has been
made in the war.
A new call fur 200,000 more troops has been issued,
Lieut-General Grant, demanding large forces. He
takes the field in person against Lee.
The bill allowing government to dispose of the
surplus gold, (S2o.000.000,) has passed.
Latest quotation of gold in New York S2
Washington, March 11. Tbe following order has
just been sent to each of the Collectors of Internal
"Sir: You are informed that the Act to increase the inter
nal revenue and other purposes has been approved by the I'ivs
i.lect, and therefore has become a law. 'Xhe Act lakes effect
from its passage, and the duties upon distilled spirits are in
creased to sixty cents per gallon, and the duty on cotton to two
cents per pound. You, theretore, will require all distillers of
spirits in making their returns, to specify the amount removed
on and after tbe 8th instant, and on such amounts to pay taxes
of sixty cents per gallon. Johx J. Lewis, Commissioner."
The following military arrangements have been
First By order or the President, Lietcnant-Oeneral Grant is
assigned the command of the United States Army.
Second Major-General Hallcck Is relieved from duty, as
General-in-Chief, and assfgned to special duty In Washington as
Chief of Staff of the army.
Third Majnr-Geueral Sherman is assigned to the command
of the milliary division of Mississippi, lately commanded by
Gen. Grant, comprising the Departments of the Ohio, Cumber
land, Tennessee and Arkansas.
Fourth Major-Genend McPherson is to command the De
partment of Tenness, recently commanded by Gen. Sherman.
Fifth General Grant will establish his headquarters In the
field, with the respecUve armies opemtins under his personal
Brig.-Gen. W. F. Smith, to-day, was nominated
as Major-General of Volunteers, rice Grant. Pro
moted. This is supposed to be preliminary to his
assignment to the command of the Army of the Po
Louisville, March 12tb. An officer, from Knox
v ille tbe 6th, says the general impression there was
that Longstreet had been ordered to North Carolina.
Honolulu, March 26th, 18C1. J
IB. JOHN H COXKV.OK IIILO. IS thla
T J day appointed an asent of this Office for the taking of
acknowledgements Tor the Island or Hawaii.
Registrar of Conveyances.
Approved : .
CHARLES GORDON IIOPKTNs. Wi-Zt
Received Direct Per
From the United States and the
"R. W. WOOD!"
AAD LV PART COA'SISTIA'G OF
BEST ENGLISH LIO.UORICK,
Kpsom salts, in 1 lb. bottles,
EpRm salts, in boxes and doses, narlem oil,
Tooth powder, asstd. Bronchial troches.
Extract of Ringer, Extracts medicinal, a large variety,
Citrate of magnesia, Leuion syrup, Camphor,
Sulphur, very flue. Silver soap.
Hamhurger tea. Fish's hair restorative, Brimstone,
Castile soap, Long combs, Pocket combs, Gum shellac,
Aluin, Saltpetre refined. Borax, Chlorate or lime,
Costar's rat poison The Cenuiue. Hand mirrors,
Seidlitz powders in boxes and bottles, Bay rum,
Erasive salts, Cod liver oil, Hall's balsam for the lungs.
Mrs. Allen's hair restorative, Trusses, Capsules, trench,
doiia B,oisn!.VY -SJK 'JO"!" psiwqoiao s.aujoqx
Dr. Sweet's celebrated liniment.
Toilet powder, flue and perfumed, Arnica plaster.
Syringes, asstd sices, India rubber,
Holloway's ointmeut, Holloway's pills, A variety of pills,
Kutsia salve, Hair dye. Indelible Ink, Cachous,
Uraefenberg Pills and eye water, Magnes-ia,
Magnesia fluid, Sarsparilla, different extracts and tyrups,
Ilunne well's cough remedy and pills,
HuDneweira tolu anodyne, Hair brushes,
Tooth brushes. Dr. Ayers' medicines,
Wistar's balsam of extract cherry,
..... - a y Clan nAWila. Pnfltftr'd
; Uoele a nvpenon uuiu, ucnunif., k"" t t
ruiexema, new ura uu uot.v. j - - ?
Cosmetic, oil pennyroyal,
Bereamot oil, and other essential oils.
Alcohol for medical and mechanical use.
Chlorate of soda. Nurse bottles and India rnbher nipples,
Mexican liniment, Pain killer.
Castor oil, without taste, very superior,
Pponpes, large, fine and coarse, ...
Sarsparilla root, Sarsparilla root ground In packages.
Pnft boxs, Corbett's sarsaparllla. Cocoa butter.
AL.SO The C-hoiceat I'erfuuiery, Soaps, Etc.
For sale by
ED. HOFFMANN, M. D.
A LARGE AND VARIED
AT MY TWO STORES,
A. S. CIiEGHORN.
J. L. LEWIS.
O. W. NORTON.
LEWIS & NORTON,
OILi CASKS AND SIIOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
lOOO 1MXE MOLASSES BARRELS, on hand
and for sale.
Cooperage on Rin St., Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu.
MY II. W. SEVKRANCK.
Catalogue Sale of Books. Framed
Engravings, Busts, Vases, &c,
April ... - 2d,
At SALES ROOM sit 7 rlck.
Being the library of a private gentleman, consisting of
Historical, Standard and Miscellaneous Books, elegantly
bound. ALSO Large and finely framed steel ragravp-ig.
Busts, &c ALSO Silver-plated Tea Service.
TUESDAY, ----- April 5th,
At lO O'clock, A. Mm Sle Rwm,
Will be sold,
Clothing, Dry Goods, Hals, Boots,
Brogans, Shoes, Brown Sugar,
Matches, Tobacco, Manila Rope.
Candles, Ale, Tea, &C, c.
Two Hand Carts, iron axles.
SO HiiffM Ilnvrnlltti Itlee.
For sale by
II M. WHITNEY.
nmiE UNDERSIGNED AVIL.C CARRY ON
M. the BrrcHtiuNG Braisass at the well known stand,
DUFFLVS MARKET, King Street,
"Where they will continue to keep the BEST Beef, Mutton.
Pork, 4c-, that can be procured on the islands, and trust that
the former patrons as well as the public generally will continue
the patronage that has been heretofore given the old market,
and that by strict attention to business and the wanU of their
customers, to give perfect satisfaction,
0R-4t WILSON & MORGAN.
Xx-oin Hong: Kong-,
Via SAN FRANCISCO.
II ALF CHESTS OOLONG POUCUONG
HANGTAI CHOP !
Ifi.-- A. t
And for sale at
MELCHERS fc CO.
Have Just Received
I?er Hawaiian IBarlt
K. W. WOOD,
NGL1SII FANCY PRINTS, New Style,
White cottons, Brown cottons,
Blue cottons. Brown drills.
Bed ticking, Hickory stripes, blue denims.
Self and white moleskin,
Victoria lawns, Black Orleans,
Blue aud black broadcloth,
Colored flannels, White fiannch.
Merinos and barege,
White book muslin,
Plain turkey red.
Printed cotton and jnec. handkerchiefs.
White and colored marsellles,
White and grey woolen blankets,
Black, brown and bleached linen thread.
Assorted sewing cotton.
Assorted bdooI cotton BROOKS
Scarlet woolen comforters,
Bine denim frocks and trowsers,
White, pink and stripped cotton undershirts,
Blue pilot jackets.
Ladies' white stockings,
Oirl's white and colored stockings,
Children's socks and stockings,
Gent's raw and mixed cotton socks,
Cent's buckskin and cloth pants,
Gent's checked and fancy cotton pant,
Gent's blue flannel shirts,
Blue flannel waterproof sacks,
Blue flannel shirts,
Superior felt hats.
Common felt bats,
Ladies' and children's straw hats, a3s'td
Ladies' silk vests,
Ladies' mittens and gloves,
Ladies' and gent's kid gloves,
Black silk velvet ribbons,
Fancy and black silk ribbons,
Sardines I tins. Vinegar in demijohns,
Crushed and powdered sugar,
French caper:, Smoked sausages
Shelled almonds in demijohns,
DOUBLE BARRELED GUNS,
Stearin candles, White soap.
mm on mm
EX LATE ARRIVALS;
BBACK and BLUE BROADCLOTH,
Black and fancy feathers,
Black and fancy silk ribbons.
Black and fancy silk velvet ribbons
Black and fancy silk velvet bracelets.
White linen handkerchiefs,
Black silk cravats.
Woolen table covers.
Gent's merino shirts and drawers ,
Men's heavy woolen stockings.
Men's black and grey felt hats.
Assorted straw hatp,
bailors' pocket knives,
Superior pen and pocket knives,
Silver plated and German silver soup ladles,
Silver plated and German silver tea and table spoons,
Needles, Dog chains.
Table knives and forks. Pocket books,
Portn-monnaies, Cigar case?,
Drawer and gilt framed looking glasses,
Jane, and gilt frame mirrors, Kn tout cas,
Plain and fancy porous water bottles,
Woolen girths. P aying cards.
Mahogany sofa taMes, Mahogany chests of drawers,
Mahogany dinner service tables,
Mahogany sewing tables, Mahogany small tables,
Oak polished wardrobes.
Blacked calf skins,
German and Belgian glue,
Birch brooms. Fire bricks,
Sheet lead. Sheet cine,
Lead pipes, Bar iron,
White, black and green oil paints,
Lamp black. Whiting,
French and wrought iron nails,
Deck lights. Clay pipes,
DUNDEE HEMP CANVAS
And Sail Twine !
And. Mnller's LAGER BEER, ia Quarts,
Cherry cordial and Xordhauser brandywine,
Swiss herbs bitters,
Finest Jamaica rum, in cases,
Fine old cognac in cases.
Genuine Holland gin, key brand.
Port wine in quarts and pints.
An assortment of the choicest
Ever imported here, and selected expressly
for this market, consisting of
Hridaleck Si. Co., Rbeimt, In quart St pint.
Crockery and Window Glasses,
IN COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS.
Children's Toys, Ac, &c.
n" j, II. COLE.
jST V TV" GOODS!
AT AUCTION !
On AVednesdj, April 6th.
At 10 O'clock, A. M-, at Sales Boom, will be sd a choice
NEW GOODS, ex late arrivals.
. . ALSO
Casks ENGLISH ALE in pts. & qts.,
Bags Hawaiian Flour !
FAST TROTTING PONY !
Honolulu, April 1st, 1M4.
A Nsolectkd Cocoh, Cou, A IaaiTaT.
KD OK Soas 1 B SO AT, II allow ru to pro.
gress, results in serious Pulsnonary,
Brcnchlal and Asthmatic Disease oft
entimea incurable. Baowx'a BaoNcnaL
Troth n reach directly tb affacsad
parta, and give almost unmediata rUC
For BaoMCxma, Asthma, Catasr and
CoxurwrnvK Cocoas, the Troches are
usefuL Prsuio 8rKAKEaa and 8txnns
should have tha Troche to clear and
strengthen the voie. Miutabt Orn
caas and BoLBtua who overtax lb
the voice, and ar exnosed to soddea
- .... K.m rta-iiw onlv tha aniiiHf. 'firown'l
Bronchial Troches' having proved their efficacy bvatcatof
many years, are highly recommended and prescribed by Physi
cians and Surgeons in the Army, and havs received testimonials
from many eminent men. . ,
Sold by all Druggists and Dealer In Medicine in th v ait ad
Ptate and most Foreign coontriea, at 26 cents per boa.
Acnu for California, Kedixgtox & Co., San Francisco. .
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE Lstl
William Duffln, deceased, and all those having any claims
against the said estate, are requested to present the same on or
before the 2&th day of April next, to
W. K. CUTRKLL,
Honolulu, March 17, 186. 408-lia
THE UNDERSIGNED If AVE THIS DAT
entered Into partnership for the purpose of carry Uig on tha
BUTCHERING BU9INESS at DCFFH'8 MAR.
KfcT. under the name and style of trtLSOlf r MORQAX.
KOBT. D. M ORG AH.
Honolulu, March 1,1864. 0-4t
DISSOLUTION of CO-PARTNEIISI1IF.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HKRXTOFOBJC ag
isting between W. F. Allen and Win. Berrill, doing
business at Kawaihae, Hawaii, is to be dissolved by mutual
consent on the Slst ult., and all outstanding business of the first
will be settled by W. a. Allen.
ALLEN It BERRILL.
nonolnlu, March 26, 1S64. 4A&-41
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED
a partnership for the transacting of a General Merchan
dise aud Shipping Busine-s at Kawaihae, Hawaii, to data born
April 1st, 1804. under the name and style of Allen U Coo way. ,
W. . ALLEN.
W. IT. CONWAY.
Honolulu, March 26, 1864. Wi-St
RS.J.O'NEIL. WOULD RESPKCTFUL-
ly i n vite the LA DI KS of Honolulu to see her assortment or
Ladies' and Ohildren'o
RICHLY TRIMMED AND UNTR1MMED
Or the latest style and best quality la this maiket. Just
arrived by the It. W. WOOD.
In Probate f
re, the estate of SAMUEL 1
. CANDAGE, deceased. J
PROPER APPLICATION IIAV1AU UKKn
made to the Hon. O. M. Robertson, Justice of th Siipram
Court, by George B. C. Ingrahani, executor of th last will and
testament of Samuel F. Candage, deceased, for the lamination
of his accounts as executor of said estate, and that he may be
discharged from further responsibility In the premise. Notice
is hereby given to all persons whom tt may concern, that
SATURDAY, the 80th day of April next, at 10 o'clock In th
forenoon. Is a day and hour appointed for hearing said applica
tion, and all objections that may be offered thereto, at th Court
House in Honolulu.
G. W. BROWN.
Assistant Clerk Supreme Conrt.
March 2 2d, 1864. 0-2t .
GCO ROB HBRON.
IKON W0KKS !
IfUiV & CItOWIER
HAVING TAKEN 1 HE FRENCH
HOTEL PREMISES, iu Labaina, are desirous of the
public patronage. Planter and othsr entrusting
their orders w ith them, may rely upon having the best
of material and firs rate workmanship.
All kinds of Blacksmithing, &c,
DONE ON THE PREMISES.
SPERM AND POL AH OIL!
AT WIIOLASALE AND RETAIL BV
407-0t B0LLES A CO
PUBLIC NOTICE !
Afc No. lO,
H. New Assortment of
Goods at this Store,
JUST RECEIVED I
WHICH HAVE BEEN 1mmnfnetnr4 1st
ENGLANT). IRELAND. SCOTLAND, PRANCE,
the UNITED STATK8, and other countries, not omitting
MANILLA and CHINA.
There will be found many things for Babies as well as their
Mammas and Papas, with due forethought for Young Mea
and Maidens as well as tbe Aged.
Some of these goods have been paid for in Sterling Ex
change at 4s. 0 the dollar, enabling tbe seller to mark them a
little lower in price these times when goods cost so very bigU
in consequence of the Cotton famine.
There will be found something very nice In TRIMMED
BONNETS, suitable for ail complexions, and calculated
to make no one look uglier than they really are, although ther
is an assortment of
CORILLA DONNET FRONTS !
which are more Anaconda-like than otherwise.
ALSO Some very pretty FLOWERS, eiacUy Lk
nature's choicest predictions, r
Plumes and Featlieirs,
Cf all colors, with an almost c&dleaa variety of Ac. tc Ac Ac.
JOHN THOMAS WATERH0C3E.
' ltlnltum in Parvo."
To Country Cnstoniers !
flMIE UNDERSIGNED II AS JUST RECEIVED
M. a fresh supply ot STAPLE and FANCY ROODS, well
suited to the COUNTRY, and would solicit orders for the
same. . -
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUHE. -Queen'
Wharf, March 11, - 407 -I'm