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(The following letter we find in the San Fran-cii-co
Bulletin of July 13. It contains facta new
to some here, and is withal bo clever Iv written
that we jive place to it in our columns. The
writer is etidentlj well posted in current events,
ani states Ms fictJ very fairly.
Hatter in the Sandwich
Honolulu, June 18, 18G4.
RirALftr in the Islam Trade.
The Onward, of the Hawaiian Packet Line,
which arrived here on the 10th, aih lo-day for
yo--r port with a full ctrgoof eugar. molasses,
te , having been in port one week. There is at
present no little coujjetiiion between the two
lin-a of San FrancLco packets. The practice id
harp between the Comet, Yankee, and Young
lltt tor on the one line, and the Onward. Snyr
nioee and A. A. Eldridye on the other. The
ratr of passage and freight are reduced to mere
nouinal figures ; and a pleasure trip to the
Cucat has become a cheap luxury, where one
may go and ce the Sin Francisco elephant, and
return within six week at an expense of less
Tiie Sugar Fever.
.After Laving for years worshipped at the uhrine
of blubber' bowed down to, flattered, de
fended od petted the New Bedford skippers,
(no: un profitably.) the island merchants and
capitalists have pretty generally turned their at
tention from the x to the Ehore, and invested in
the only sure foundation of national prosperity
agriculture. There was some little coquetting
wit.' i rice, (or a time, but rata at home and Chin
ese competition in your market ruined the busi
ness, and now nothing is heard of but sugar.
Sug.ur bids fair to be king of the Sandwich
IaLuid.4. We hair of new plantations being
stai ted and com pani forming in all directions.
The great and growing markets of California,
lYVihoe, Oregon an J British Columbia are or en
to u, and in time we shall become the West In
dies of the Pacific minus the rvm lavishingly
pouring out our sweat influences in exchange for
your gold and silver.
La lor Wanting The Natives Independent"
or Work Hill Coolies to be Introduced.
Hat before our planters can expand to the ex
tent that capital and the market authorizes, they
must have a certain eomething, without which
capital is a paralyzed giant, and Central America,
China and Manila will get the lion's share of the
market. That neetTil something is labor. The
wait of cheap, good, reliable laborers for the
plantations, in sufficient numbers, has been severe
y felt, and now in no maH degree cripples our
exertions. Efforts ate being made by the Plan
ters' Association," to . procure a supply from
abroad, and the Government has very properly
and promptly seconded them. It is proposed
to import, as an experiment, 400 or 500 II ill
Coolies from the East Indies, under engagements
for 5 years. These people are said to be more
tractable than the Chinese of whom we got a
surf -it some time ago; and if imported with their
worsen, as is proposed, will make industrious
laborers. It may be asked, why g- abroad for
Iabbrwhen you have the iative population at
hand? Simply because the natives are not relia
ble aa hired hands. Many of them are independ
; ent, and won't work for love nor money." By
; the well-intentioned but mistaken policy of 1840
i to '18, under the rule of Judd, Lee, et id omnc
j genvs, nearly every one of the natives was given
t a fee simple title to a Kulcanaa. small patch of
gronnd, but amply large enougli in this foil and
Vclimate to raise all the necessaries of life.? The
ormquence is, that being thus "set up' for
life, they will work just as much as they are
fairly obliged to, and no more. The class known
in ot her countries as small farmers, does not exist
here, every main raiting food enough to supply
his cwn family, with seldom any surplus for sale.
These remarks are, of course, of general applica
tion only ; for there are natives whoso habits of
industry and thrift will compare favorably with
thosootany people; but the condition of the
Hawiiians at large, politically and sowially, is
not favorable to the growth of tbete invaluable
traits of character.
f NTIRI 3 LAN D STEAM COMMUNICATION.
IIcdoIuIu being the commercial centre, whence
our produce is exported, while the plantations are
on the other islands, quite a large inter-island
trad is thus supported. Steam, thus far, has
done but little tor us in this line, hut a fleet of
fine Mhoonera finds emplojruj.nt. The Kilauea,
belonging principal I j to the Government, has
been fitted recently with a new set of boilers, at a
IieaTj expense, and f tar ted last week for Hawaii,
but as obliged, when half-way on the trip, to
return, the Dew boilers having been improperly
act. The Annie Laurie, owned by private parties,
runs to Kauai. The latter is a una 11 screw boat,
of lebi than 100 ton?, fjoruehow, steam naviga
tion in these it lauds appears to drag not fruin
lack of appreciation of its advantages, but from
some hitch in the management ; and your corres
pondent here puts on record that, had he the op
portunity, be would decline swapping even Ileal
del Monte stock for that of the Kilauea. Steam,
however, must ere lon become a penaament and
paying institution" here.
Qcee3 Antecedents of the King's Yacht.
. In my last I mentioned that a yacht had been
purchased for the King, in which His Majesty
and suite sailed for a cruise about his island
dominions. Since then, we have learned ria San
Francisco some of tho history of the Hans now
the Kahienaena which may interest you, as it
has a-. On the 9th inst., Florens Stapcnhoret,
the Oldenburg Consul, filed a libel in Admiralty,
beforo the Acting Chief Justice, setting forth as
follows : That the Hans was the property of
one of the partners? of the firm of Wm. Preston
& Co., of Hongkong ; that lor the purposes of
legitimate trade the name of the Captain, II.
Oltmanns, was inserted in the register as owner
ol the schooner ; that she was sent to Mazatlan
with a cargo, which -argo the captain disposed
of and pocketed the receipts : that she then came
to Honolulu, and was sold for 2,500, the cap
tain and mate one Kollar dividing the pro
ceeds." Oltmanns 1 ft here in the Snyrniole for
San Francisco, April ID, but the tnato remained.
The libel sets forth further, that Kollar, the
mate, did wickedly, feloniously and barrat
rously conspire and combine with the captain to
defraud the rightful owner of the Hans, and that
he recrived $1,500 at his share of the proceeds
of the operation ; ana prays for his arrest in order
that h may be made to disgorge." Kollar was
arrested, and gave bonds, and the case lies over
until r.dvices can bo received from Hongkong.
Some cf the knowing ones expressed themselves
to the effect that tlere was something wrong
when the cuptain advertised his schooner for sale,
fixing the price at $6,000 and afterwards con
senting to take 2,500.
The .Election or Constitctional Delegates.
The election for Delegates to the Constitutional
Convention came ofl" on llondav last. Dr. Judd
T. Metcalf, J. I. Dowsett aad V. l Wood were
elected for Honolulu. The two first are anti
tuiniaterial ; the others are conservative. Dr.
Judd came to these islands some SO years ago as
physician to the American Mission, but dissolved
oi connection with the Board and took office
under the late King's predecessor, Kamehameha
JJI. Ha was the principal man in the Govern
ment : familiarly spoke of as King Judd"
until 1853, when public opinion drove him from
uBice. Jle is ambitious to become again a ruler,
tut ia distasteful to the reigning family. His
rjeculjarity is a degree of firmness amounting to
iihstiiuuy, and a dogmatical, br usque manner,
ben'.-ath which is concealed a kind heart and
honesty of intention. Hood intention, however,
are not all 'hat is required to make a sound
.fatesman. Mr. Metcalf fa the owner of a sugar
plantation, near Ililo, a man of education, and
should judge very liberal" in religion and
politics. Mr. Dowsctt, having lived here from
infancy, (born at sea,) is more identified with
the natives having made a fortune here and
understands better their characteristics and their
wants than any one in the islands I can name.
He is decidedly liberal in his politics, but unfet
tered by any governmental ties. Mr. Wood,
a half-caste, is a new man, but is said to be in
f ivor of putting the natives on a footing with the
whites under the laws. From the other districts
the reports come in slowly, but I jndge that the
Ministry will not have a working majority in the
Convention, and that most, if not all the impor
tant amendments proposed will be loft. Mean
time the meeting of the Legislature is postponed.
the Finance Department will be, after the 30th
instant, without an appropriation bill, and a
large portion of the circulating medium of the
country locked up in the treasury vaults. This
will make times hard on those whose credit U not
Arrivals trom San Francisco.
This being the summer of our discontent"
hot, dry and dull we look anxiously for the je
riodiV.ii arrivals from your metropolis of the
Pacific, and yesterday we were enlivened by
three. Young Hector, Shaksptare and Yankee.
Now is the time for summer jaunts to the other
island-, and the great volcano of Kilauea, ever
active, is the great attraction.
Gen. .llcClellan on the RcJjcI
lion. lie is in Earnest about the War.
On the 15th June, at the dedication of an
ornate cenotaph which is about to be erected on
Trophy Point, N. Y., in memory of the officers
of the regular army who have fallen in the war,
Gen. McClellan spoke as follow!?. The words
reflect the heart of a true and loyal patriot, and
give the lie to the slanders which have been
heaped on this brave but injured soldier :
Stripped of all sophistry and side issues, the
direct cause of the war, as it presented itself to
the honest and patriotic citizens of the North,
was simply this . Certain States, or rather a por
tion of certain btates, feared, or professed to
fear, that injury would result to their rights and
property from the elevation of a particular party
U power. Although the Constitution and the
actual condition of the Government provided
them with a peaceable and sure protection against
the npprehensive evil, they prepared to seek secur
ity in the destruction of the Government which
could protect them, und in the use of force
against the National troops holding the National
forts. To efface the insult offered to our flag, to
secure ourselves from the fate of the divided
republics of Italy and South America, to preserve
our Government from destruction, to enforce its
just power and laws, to maintain our very exist
ence us a nation these were the causes which
imjelled us to draw the sword. Rebellion against
a Government like ours, which contains the
means of self-adjustment and a pacific remedy for
evils, should never be confounded -vith a revolu
tion against despotic power which refuses redress
of wrongs. Such a rebellion cannot be justified
upon ethical grounds, and the only alternatives
for our choice are its suppression or the destruc
tion of our nationality. At such a time as this,
ana in sucii n
Ie, political partizanship
should be merged in a true and brave patriotism !
which thinks only of the good of the whole conn- i
try. It was in this cause and with these motives
that so many of our comrades have given their j
lives, and to tin's we are all personally pledged in
all Imuor and fidelity. Shall such "devotion as j
that of our dead comrades lni of no avail ? Shall i
it be said in after ags that wo lacked the vior
to complete the work thus begun? That afteall
theMi noble lives freely given we hesitated and
failed to keep straight on until our land was
saved? Forbid it. Heaven, and give us firmer,
truer hearts than that. O, spirits of the valiant
dead, souls of our fclain heroes, lend us your in
domitable will, and if it be permitted you to
commune with those still chained by the tram
mels of mortality, hover around 119 In the midst
of danger and tribulation: eh.-.r t! f!rm
strengthen the weak, that none may doubt the
salvation of the republic and the triumph of our
grand old flag. In the midst of the storms which
toss our ship of State, there is one beacon light
to which we can ever turn with confidence and
hope. It cannot be that this great nation has
played its tart in history. It cannot be that our !
sun, which arose with such bright promises for
the future, has already set forever. It must be
the intention of the overruling Deity that this
kind so long the asylum of the oppressed, the
refuge of civil and religious liberty shall aain
stand forth in bright relief, united, purified 'and
chastened by our trials, as an example and en
couragement for those who desire the rr"znss 0f
ioe uuiuau race, ii is not given to our weak in
tellects to understand the steps of Providence as
they occur. We comprehend them only as we
look back ujmn them in tho fiT Uwtnt pur.. So
it is now. We cannot unravel the seemingly en
tangled skein of the purposes of the Creator.
They are too high and far-reaching for our lim
ited minds. But all history and His own reveal
ed word teaches us that His ways, although in
scrutable, are ever righteous. Let us, then,
honestly and manfully play or part, seek to un
derstand and perform our whole duty, and trust
unwaveringly in tiie uenincient Uod who led our
ancestors across the sea, and sustained them after
ward amid dangers more appalling even than
those encountered by His own chosen people in
their great exodus. " He did not bring us here in
vain, nor has He sustained us thus far for nought.
If we do our duty and trust in Him, He wilfriot
desert us in our need. Firm in our faith that
Ciod will save our country, we now dedicate this
site to the memory of brave men, to loyalty, pa
triotism and honor.
Por Lease !
TEN tCRKS OF (JOOI) CANE LAND.
It has TWO LAKGK STREAMS, running threuph it
which irrigate the wticle premise. Terms given for five
years more or le. Apply to K. R. SAl'RIX,
J-lm At J. McCoTijan'd Tailor shop.
TO J.ET !
THE lIOt'SE AND PREMISES IV
the VlXEYAKl, lately occupied by T. T. Dough
erty, Esq. Apply to
R. GILLILAND, or to
4U-$t J. O. CARTER
TO J-ET !
II AC K FELI) IIOI'SE' ON FORT St.,
late the resilience of J. C. TKLL GER, Esq.
J. .MPTT SMITH.
TO LET I
MTIIE CANTO V HOTEL. POSSESSION
giren on the lit of Scpteniier.
4-2n W. A. AI.DRICH.
FOR SALE I
3I.1MLA CIG.1HS Xo. 21
'1W ARRIVE PER YOUNG HECTOR,
For ale by
II. IIACKFELD Co.
JUST RECEIVED FROM MANILA !
VERY SUPERIOR NO. !
MANILA CIGARS. TWIST EM'S,
l or cal Jiy
Si1 ".VVi1"1" rlIK 'OMMKRCIAIi
THE COM ME
AuwMi.T.ii i.n iiK m tiitirr Harpfr't Weekly
or MooM.'y. or X. Y. Timri cr Tribune, win h pjinijefl
wi h either pP-Kr f r clj year anj tl.c Advertiser for Tes
A'wi.t.. rvo, ii pai.j 6:riwiy in kavaoce.
ii. m. wniTxr.Y.
Character orcieiicral Grant.
I From the U. S. " Service Magazine.'l
Grant is a brave man, not only fearless in all
necessary exposure of his person in battle, but
cool, calculating, and clearly administrative in
danger. A splendid horseman, and of great
personal endurance, perhaps he is seen to best ad
vantage on the field of battle directing the move
ments" He i3 true a man, true in his aims, and
in his adherence to them, true in speech and in
act. He has no tortuous policy, no subterranean
movements. He does not j.arade his thoughts,
indeed, and he does not mean one tiling and say
another. He has no talking gift, and he culti
vate silence, which, if speech be human, the
philosopher has declared to be divine. He is no
1 toaster, no temporizer, no dreamer; he builds no
Arcadian castles. He is simply a straightforward
actor, between his thoughts, words and deeds
there is an exact accordance ; and very often the
thought and deeds dispense with words alwavs,
when possible. He is a man of strong will and
great mental endurance, not disheartt-nj by
disaster ; always ready to repair and retrieve it.
Vicksburg in especially demonstrated this. Be
pulsed at the north, he tried the cut off. When
that would not do, he landed on the south.
Threatened by the rebel armies gathering in his
rear, he besieged the town, liepulsed in his
attempts to storm the works, he pushed forward
the siege, and at length Vicksburg fell, because
Gen. Grant adhered to his purpose. He is a
generous man, ready to give full credit to bis
co-workers and subordinates. He scorns to re
ceive praise which is their due, and tells of the
invaluable aid and cooperation of Sherman, Mc-
Pherson, and others, with no stinted cul.iuai.
With such a general, men can work ; for such a
t hief they will do all in their power. He is an
unambitious man. This needs a word of explana
tion. Ambitious men seek, us the great end of
their labors, self-exaltation. Grant has thus fir
worked for the good of the country. Each battle
has been for the good of it without ulterior view.
If God sends honest fame as the reward, he does
not disdain it; but it must be a sequel, not an
aim. Heaven preserve hiui long from this last
infirmity of noble minds." It ruins all it
touches. It has already paralyzed some of our
best men. In a concluding word, he is a strong,
iron, living, busy, honest, capable, self-sustained
commander, who will plan wisely, fight terribly,
follow up his victories, and leave the rest to
Providence, in whom, after all, must be our
trust. He has large and varied talents. He has
what Guizot calls " the genius of common sense,"
and with the power and determination to go
ahead," which we have lacked more than any
thing else in this war.
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
JUST RECEIVED !
A Griiii Variety of
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
KII.r.I.GS HAMS. SLGAK CURED
Kngli.h bacon, in tins ;
American jams and jellies. 1 nnd 2 ll.s.;
English jams and jellies, 1 and 2 llw.;
Cases roast beef, mutton and veal,
Xew California cheese,
.ew English cheese.
Pickled sword fish,
Kitts tongues and $ound,
Kitt3 1 mackerel,
Half kitts mackerel,
Fresh salmon, 2 lb tins,
English rie fruits,
English capers and mustard,
Rape, Millett and Canary seed,
Fresh strained honev. S
Preserved milk, hottle--nd tins,
Lick'sTl(Jen Gate flour,
Crushed brown sugar
Polar and kerosene oil,
Wax, sperm and adamantine candles,
2ew dried apples,
Orange tfc lemon peel.
Assorted preserves, in jars and tins.
Preserved ginger, in jars and tins.
Pure Cider vinegar,
Lemon, cherry and strawberry syrup?,
Castile soap. Market baskets.
Bush 1 baskets. A llusht-l baskets.
JJushel and i bushel meabiiree,
."o 1 brooms,
5, 3, 2, 1.4, Gallon demijohns.
Earthen butter jars.
Earthen cake jars.
Earthen bean pots.
-tVlso on. Hand s
California oats, Xao corn.
Fresh corn and wheat meal,
Japanese " f.l.V tea.
44 COMET" finest Oolong
Sec, Scc, Ncc, .Sec.
Plantation and Ships Stoics put up of
nest Quality and at reasonable prices.
i-l?3l. D. C A RT V R IG II T.
FRF. I CUT HIL1.S.
BLANK FRI2IG IIT-BILI KUOKS.
For a!t bv
12-2n " IT. M. WHITNEY.
Will leave Flcnoluni
Tor I.41IAIXA, MAI.EA BAY,
liAIH A, ami
On Tuesday next, August 2d,
Ai Ilnlf-I'n-I Four O'ClocIi,
AID EVERY SUCC EEDING MONDAY AT SAME TIME
Kctursiing Saturday Moriiiiisr.
JANION. GREEN & Co..
Agents II. S. N. Co.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
or nian ir'rancisco.
jr7- TIIE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
clipper packets will hereafter ruu regularly ia thU
SMVItXIOTE fiOO ton.
ONWARD 450 inu.
A. A. KhDKIDGK 350 lon.
Th-t.e vessels have superior cabin anil steerape accommodation",
fitted expressly for comfort an. I convenience of passengers.
ALD1UC1I, WALKKH & CO..
Ag'.nts at San Francisco.
C. W KKOOKS & CO. 417-Sm
AT TIIK AXXUAlTjIKETIXG OF TIIE
LVHAINA SUOAK COM PAX V, held in Honolulu on
the Slil July, 1S64, the following oflicers were elected for th
t. AVIDGE. President,
F. W. HtTCHIXsOX, Secretary,
W. A. ALDBICII. Treasurer.
F. V. HUTCHINSON', Secretary.
Honolulu, July 2rt, 1SC4. 427-2t
A. S. OLEGHORN,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW and DESIRABLE GOODS !
iiitrille 1i- TOWN
AND COUNTRY TRADE!
.1. MO.YG 1 1 'IH CII M.1 V JJE FO UJSTD
BlanketsRed, white, blue & orange.
COBURCS AND ALPACAS!
Pink, Yellow, Fancy, Jilack, White & Two Blue.
JJlue Cottons ami IrlllsX
Linen Stripes, suitable for Shirts
BLUE FLANNELS, WHITE FLANNELS.
An Assovtment of Sadcllein',
See., Scf., iSce., (Szc, Scc.
LADIES', MISSES AND INFANT'S
New Tot of
Finr Virloi-in Lhvim,
Jatiicr rM ii-vlifi.
Ladies' and (Jents Linen Collars,
vt'. Sic, &c. Vo.
Have just received per Srij- XIW0 I
FROM LIVEIIIPOOJL, !
JRO.V PIPING 3-4 TO 2 INCH. WITH
tl'x.WS. C'MiplilljlF. iiC, .VC,
Aii :is?ortiii''Ut f (.'ooks fr do.,
'2 Inc'i iron tuliine suitable lor boilora, or water or steam
j.ipine, 3 d i. lo. do. do..
Fl ix packing, India ru'l'r packiu-j,
Ast. Iron ami steel hoilvr pin tea,
heet iron, Tin, emery, tc, &c.
Honolulu Iron TTork9.
FRESH HAWAIIAN FLOUR !
From the Nov Crop of Wheat,
b!sI Hccclvccl from tiie
EXTRA SIPKRFIXEFAMILY BLOCR.
IVum the new crop of wheat. This flour i from the BEST
OF HAWAIIAN WHEAT and has been munufiictured with
great care, and is wai ranted to be equally as good as any
Hawaiian Flour off- red in this market.
For sale at the lowest rales, bv
4-lin ' BOLLES & CO.
Tiirard's Patent Self-acting WAT Kit
INJCCTOKS, for Feeding Steam Iloilcrs.
At Honolulu Iron Woi'kt?.
Wlllti I II TTOI) lu t X- 1 li
I'AR ATI's which mav renlre most
advantacwmsly all the means hitherto us;d for supplying
Water to Steam lioik-rs. whether statio.narv, Ar.r.icrLTfRAi.,
or marine l:iy lie seen iu ojicratiou any time at the above
1I0.011II' SrCAH REFiXERV !
Sl'GAR AND MOLASSKS FROM THIS
establishment for sule in quantities to suit purchasers 1y
4lo-lm ALDBICII, WALKKU & CO.
IN TIIE MATTER. OI'
the i-roof of Will of JOHN f
V. HKMPSTEAD, late cf -New
London, deceased. j
VOTICE. PROPER A I'PLIClTIOXhnn
ing been made to the ti'-nnrable R. G. DAVIs, Justice of
the Supreme Court, by HARRIET CARTER, for I'robate of the
will of hrr iHte husband John P. Hrinps:eaii, late of Nrw Lou
don, deceased at Honolulu, and that she be appointed to the
guardianship of her dausht-'r, the daughter of the said John
1. Hempstead. Not co is h reby civen to ull persons whom it
may concern, that THCRffuAV. the 4;h day of August next,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and hour appointed for
hearinf? proof of said will, and the plication for letters of
administration aforesaid, and all objections that may be offered
thereto, at the Court Il iue in the t 'trn ?f Honolulu.
4'it-lm Assistant Clerk of Supreme Court.
MATS OF THK SANDWICH ISLANDS.
A FEW OF THE EXPLOPJXfi EXPEDI
tifii maps on hand. No t .urist should be without one
4)-2rn n. M. WHITNEY
rjMIECOlARTXERSHII IX TIIE BAYK-
ING BUSINESS heretofore existing between Eugene
Kelly, ct the city of New York, and Joseph A. Donohoe, Wm
t . Ralston, and Ralph S. Freti, of San Francisco under the
name of EUGENE KELLY Jc CO., NVw York, and DONOHOE
K ALSTON & CO., San Francisco, will cense on the first day of
July, 1394, Eugene Kelly and Joseph A. Douohoe withdrawing
from the cc partners hip;
The business win be settled ia New York by Eagene Kelly,
and In San Francisco by Wrn. C. Ralston and R. S. FreU.
Depositors are requested to hand in their books for settlement
at the baniinur hous- cr Donohoc, RaMon 6,- Co.
For J. A. Douehoe, Attorney.
JOSEPH A. DONOHOE,
WM. C. R ALSTON,
R. S. FRETZ.
i S;in Francisco, June 13, 1564.
rpilF, UNDERSIGNED CALLING ATTEN-
'llm to the ul cve card, giw notice that on and after the
first day of July next, they will cmii.ue the business of the
above cpr.n:terltip without interruption, jit the old banking
house of Ponohoe, Kalston 4- Co., in this city, under the firm
name of FRETZ & KALSTON, and in New York by Messrs
Lhts 4- WALLER, No. Pii.c Street, and that on and after
the 5th day i.f July next, they, together with I. O. Mills, J. B.
Thomas, Ix)uis O. Earl, Wm. N'orris, J. Whitney, jr., O. F
GiCln, A. J. Pope, Herman Michels, Frederick Billings, George
H. Howard, H. F. Teschemacher, A. Haywood, Moses Ellis,
A. B. McCrery, R. M. Jcssup, Samuel Knight, A. C. Henry.
J. C. Wilmerding and Wm. Alvord, of San Francisco, and
Jacob Kern, of Portland, Oregon, having become for that pur
pose duly incorporated under the laws cf this State, will carry
on the busiuess of banking in all of its various branches, at the
same place and through the same agency, and upon the basis
of a Gold and S.lver Currency, under the name of
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
D. O. MILLS and WM. C. RALSTON will be charged with
the management of the business of the Corporation.
WM. C. RALSTON.
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco. June 15, 1364. 424-
WOTfWAN & HARDIE !
IT1 Tfc IV rc: BAKER,
415 and 418 Clay Street,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CARPETS, Oil (10TIIS, JMTLTGS,
For sale in quantities to suit. 419-Sm
TOBIW, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
l'ockct Cu lery,
Combs ami Brushes,
Liueii ami ilk UMk'l'n.,
Kuiliroitleries, Laces, Perfumery, l'laying Canls,
La ilit a mid fJent.- Fur lish- Vanoy Soaps,
Sewing Sir .
We liave on hand the largest
Pacific Coast, to which we are
Paper ami Envelopes,
and best assorted stock on the
receiving constant additions
M'c invite buyers to examine before purchasing.
All orders entrusted to us will receive our particular a'.tcntion.
TOBIJf, MKAGIIER & CO.
219 to 22 Buttery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-C;u Shu Francisco.
OBia. WOI.COTT BKOOKS, W. FRANK I.ADD, EDVABD F. BALL, JR
CHAS. W. BROOKS & C0M
jmWAHM PACKET UNE
OFFICE 5 1 1 Sii iiMonie St., corner MercJiittit,
)A RTICl'LA R ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase, hipn:etit :n..l S.ile of .llcrchandise ; to For
wardiut: and Transhipment of lioods ; the Ch:irterinfr and Sale
of Vessels; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
J.Tci inge on Honolulu in suns to suit.
ADVANCES MAWE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Ai.dkich, Walker 4- Co ,
Rksj. F. S.sow, Esq.,
C. liRKWKK Ac Co., '
Btsuop V Co.,
Th s. Spksckr, E-q., Ililo.
Ai.i.mand Co., Kaiiagawa.
IJ as. IIcxxmvfll Esq., Boston.
Hknrt A . Peirce, "
Ul TLtR, SlSK .V CO.,
Sr:Tro.i &. Co.. New Y'ork.
Field i: Rick,
H. Fond Ai Co., Shanghae.
And for sale by the Undersigned.
II EST O O 10 N G AND
O It A N G H
PEKOE TEAS, in Z and 8 lbs. boxes.
Very Superior TEAS in Baskets
All GUARANTEED to be equal to any in the market.
CIIUNGHOON & CO.
A. U, C3r O!"
SSOUTKD ENOI,ISII PIE FRUITS.
.sortcii English pickle,
Assorted Knrrii!i jellies,
Assorted English jani'?.
Assorted Englifili herbs,
Fresh Scotch oatmeal, in tins,
New Z:tnte currantf, in tins,
Fresh liloater p;istc, in pots,
Fresh Anchovie p;u-te, in pots,
Best Durl am niut-tard.
1it Sale by
YORK H8MSJ0BK IB!
A VSHrMiT r VERY SUPERIOR
-t lOKK. HAMS,
A Small Ltt of Very Superior WILTSHIRE
BACON, in tin.
For Sle by
4-s-I;a S. SAVIDGE.
OATS AND BRAN !
HEREBY FORBID nil Pcr.or.-tro.Hnz
any one on my account without my written order.
nolula, Dec. ftth, lHOi. 394 ly
Plantation Labor Books !
O LANK BOOKS FOR KEEPING Lnborrr
SL.M accounts on plantations. E;rh pa ire is tuled for one
month and contains (ce for 20 to 60 imr.ts.
PRICE S3,00 AND T,00 EACH.
412 3m II. M. WHITNEY.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA!
INCORPORATED ODER THE LAWS OF THE STATE.
Cnpltnl JStoolc, (paid up in Gold Coin,)
With the Privilege of Increasing to
I. O. MILLS.
WM. C. RALSTON',
R. S. FRETZ,
J. B. THOMAS,
asa t. la wto n,
wm. e. bakho.n,
John o. karl,
J. WHITNEY, Jr.,
O. F. CUFFIN,
lUEORviK II. HJWAKD.
H. F. TICHEMACIUR.
A. 11 AYWABD,
MOSES EL I. IS.
a. i. Mccreary,
R. M. JESS CP,
SAML'EL KM UIIT,
A. C. HENRY,
J. C. WILMEUDIXO.
D. O. MILLS
VI. C. RALSTOX,.
53 Pine St ret U
New YohK. LEES & WALLER, No.
Corrksposdssts is Losdos. B AN K OF LOMX)?l.
II K rXDKRSICXED GIVE NOTICE
M that the alove nmM Corration has heen orKiinixeU fi.r
the purpose of carrj inif on the Banking and Exchange busiuets,
in all its branches, in this city ami with the interior or this
State, the neighlwinjj State and Territories d with Mexico
also with the Atlantic cities, Europe, China, and the East
Indies ; for which they are provided with umple facilities, and
ia conformity with the articles of asci(i(iuii will commence
Oerations on the 6th day or July next, at the banking hrone
now occupied by Douohoe, Ralston i Co., corner of WashioR
ton and Battery Street.
With the view of giving to the business of the corporation all
the efficiency and promptitude of a private ban Wine firm,
together with that cotift lentml seclusion of private business
matters so generally desired, the immediate munagement of its
affairs is committed exclusively to D. O. Mills and Wm. C.
Ralston, as President and Cashier respectively, to whom, or
cither of them, the customers of the Rank will apply on all
business matters. The regular meeting of the Hoard of Trustees
will take place monthly.
The undersigned deem it advinable to call particular atten
tion to the following peculiarities of their organisation, which
arc positively binding on its members :
First. Sales of its Capital SUwk can bo effected only after
due appraisement by Stockholders selected for that Rprvli'il pur
pose ; and the Trustees of the Corporation have, lu all cases,
the right to become purchasers of the stock appraised at the
appraisement, for the benefit of the remaining Stockholders.
This restriction is printed upon each Certificate of Stock.
Skcosd. Loans cannot be made to Stockholders, except uKn
collaterals other than their Shares in the Capital Slock of this
D. O. MILLS, (J. It. THOMAS,
LOUIS McLANE, THOMAS HELL,
WM. NORIUS, j A. J. POPE.
JOHN O. EARL. IO. F. OlFFIV,
HERMAN MICHELS, j JAMES WHITNEY, Jk.
W. C. RALSTON,
San Francisco, J une 13. 1S64. 4 25-1 m
J B. Richards.
Richards & McCracken,
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OCR IMIE
sei.t business for upwards of seven years, and being
located in a fire proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
and dispose of Island staples, such as Sugar, Rice, S.vrups, I'ulu,
Coffee, &c, to advantage. Consignments espccia'ly solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will le akl,
and upon which cash advances will lie made when required.
FRA1VC1SCO REFERE.C ES :
Chas. W. Unooks & Co., Radger & Lindenburg,
McRuer & Merrill, Jas. Patrick fi Co.,
Fred. Ikcn, W. F. Coletuau Co.,
Stevens, Baker A; Co.
Allen Jc Lewis. Eadd & Filton. Leonard & Ureen.
D. C. M'RCKR.
J. C. M SHRILL
AJID- i- -,
20 1 mid 200 Onliroviila. Ntrtct,
f AIO, AGENTS OF TIIE
San Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale Rnd purchase of mrr
chandi.se, ships' business, supplying whalerihips, negotiating
T.T All freight arriving at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
uolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarded i hee or commission.
37 Exchange on Honolulu bought and sold.
Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co., Honolulu
" II Hackfeld Ac Co., "
44 C IlRKWKR 4f C'J.y
44 PlHHOP & Co.
Br. R. W. Wood
lion. K. H. Ali.kv,.
I C. WatLrmax, Esq.,
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Vi-torin,' Vaiieunv'f Ialnutl.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consignments ofSandwick
Victoria, V. I., January 1. 1803.
EDWARD BOSQUI & CO.
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Dooli Manufacturers,
UIan!isf nil iiindt lrinlct mid lliilrd to tiny
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Thk IIos. HrnsoN'.s Way C
Messrs Dam.. OibB k Co
Messrs. Aldkk ic. Walkkr A: Co
Mr. JiMtS I. lOWSKTT..
.Victoria, V. I.
. .Pn Franeisco.
Every Tlmr??clay Moi'riing.
ClTTAND ISLISD SLBSCRIPTIOXS, $ti.00 A YEAR.
The subscript ion price for papers f or wa rded to any pa rt cf A mc
nca is $8 00 per annum, hich includes tUe American and Ha
waiian iKstaj;es. All papers for European ports, will be charged
the postage demanded at the post-offi -e, which varies from 4 to
8 cents on each single pajx-r.
Tj Scbsckiptioss Patablr Always is Advaxcb.
r Communications from all parts of the Pacific will alwa
b very acceptable.
j Commercial printing (Dtfkc.
PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
BOOKS, BILLS OF EXCHANGE.
CATALOGUES. BILLS OF LADING,
BILL HEADS, CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULARS. BLANK DEEDS.
AUCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS.
PAMPHLETS, SHOP BILLS
IT VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
on a " Yankee Card Press," in the highest style of the art.
yzr AH itdrertisrmruu payable iu ndiniicr.Xl
1 wk. 3 wkx. lmo. Zmos. Goto. 12m.
.$1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $3 00 fl.f.O $6 00
. 1.50 2 00 3.00 4.2S fl.SO 10.00
. 2.00 2.50 3.50 5.25 8.25 12.00
. 2 25 3.00 4.00 0.50 10.00 10.00
. 3.25 4.00 5 50 9 60 14.00 23 00
1. 5.50 7.00 8.50 13.1.0 23 OO 42.00
6.25 8.00 10.00 IHOO .24 00 47.00
.12.00 15.50 15.00 23.00 60.00 75.00
.13 00 24.00 30.00 49.00 65.00 140.00