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-rnarg g, 194.
SATCltktxed the foCowtor price for
Ts United Hwm n e .rr'. mm at this Dort
1 J u tx,ixUn i
iBrtajt-.- rUoo. eta
jl retj N. per pound
re are s liuie lower Un those of last year.
a M00 mm Ml been etaMaiiex at mm eonsoiaiA
Uta reporting of ci-rjpoea, whichwl
- .7aa. n
UAmi iMvtlnn of IMT cent fur leakage and
Xtin. Crnai the abova races, will be allowed aWjr, ia cues
rlter the Mater abaa fii an affidavit ia wntlog. atating U.
tbe feaaa of hU k-wSedff and bUef, that the ioU and bone,
pea wMea tte enn's lays are to ba caienlated, are the toll
ao4 taken danng their severauerms of service.
LC. 8. ONMoiaia. Hondo, Oct. 1, loo.
-ra-The ship X. . Tmiilor. briars aa San Francisco ad rices to
th 15th alto. Tba aaarket for Island sugars wai firm, the com
pacitino tetweee) tba riral refloerles creating a brisk demand
far lower grade. There are now three refineries at work ia
that el'f, which, aa the are very larce eataetaahmenta, will pro-
M(l lorn eat sngar caoagB to soppiy um wuwc -au wwi
at yrtor at wbica I astern Refineries cannot affcrd to sell U. f-j
Beside- the above shin, we bare bad no foreign arriral
doriosT tbe week. Several leaded mere ha Lt vraaeia are dnM
. ' troaa Atlantic porta aad with the first strong wioda we shall
hart t&eae and alao sereral Later from the North. ""
The UuU telcgrapfcis quotation of old ia New York, (Sept.
IX) place tt at 219, which abows a decline from 252 ia one
" week. Maea aaoertaiaty ia feU by business men regarding it
' fatar crs, torn contend ire, that it ia as likely to rise a to
fm H VfiA tTifi,a rti riiiiiaf nnr nn mm 1r nvhftmr Kin he
find, and tbe rates for currency drafla mart fluctuate very
omen. Aa we hae said before. goUl drafts are the only proper
wad tbe BMat equitable mode of drawing exchange, whether
fuld to ca toe rise or fan.
Coal aso frtajf Powra. In a paper read before the British
AaocUttoa eo the Coal and Coke trade of tbe North of Eo
lead, Mr. Kkboiae Wood said it baa been calculated that ao
sere of coJ fbor feet in thickness produced a much carbon aa
115 acres of fall growo forest, and that a bos hel (94 pounds)
of eoaJ cosaooMd earelaUy. wsa capable of raisine; 70.000.000.
' iwnda one foot hisrb and tbat tbe eooibaation of 21 pound a
of soaj aar oat aofficienc poarer to raiae a man to tbe eonimlt
. of Mtjuiia Blane. The arrrenta steaoa Dower of Great Britain
be set dowa at 833214 borae-power, or equal to 400,000,000
A rentlessfto of Vilniioirtoa. Pel- has perfected an Invention t
to aiaka types eat of vulcanised India rablier, which, it is aUeg-
ea, will but three or foor times onger tlian metal. f
Brifham Tonne; ha started a new flooring mlJ and a cotton '
foetory, near Oreat Salt Lake City. Tbe factory Is supplied
with cottoa grown la I' tab Territory. TVe hope it may furokh
atploynens for bis very nainercas family in the good time
If rw Stiam T.saviL. Steam power has become a necessity in
modern clrUization. It has acted the part of Aladdin's bimp
la brioftas; to tbe light the aotold nche of the globe. Its valoo
ia aaoaey cannoc bo estimated ; bat that valoe mmt incnaae,
sad proport locally to the economy with which at ram may be
aaed. The only real objection to the use of steam Is th ex
pens" of fori to prodace it. JCvery attempt to remore thi. ob-
oetloo sbocld be enoooraired by all interested In the mechanic
arts. Tbe Bradley Kngine, now oo exhibition at tbe Print w jrks
of I Crohn at Co, No. 9 and 11 lias-ley street, Boston, redo
' eeAhIa ebiactkn to tbe aae of ateaia to a rmr aniKtl mituw.
Ibis engine, by an ingenioue bat single and aafe arrangement
la tbe eocstmction of tbe cylinder and piston, can ase the steam
twice, than eaaslog lt to do doable service l or, in other words,
if Utile pewer to wanted, ases bat little steam, thus securing
complete economy In the ase of fuel, boobtless. one-half, if not
two-thirds, of tbe fuel now consumed will be saved by tba en
gine. ? Com. BulUtim.
1 Bark "WUJlajn Eobsh, whaler, owned by William Wilcox.Hx.,
Aailsd reeeaUy from tie Bedford tot the Sandwich Island, with
a eargo of whaling soppHea, augnr shoos, and general merchan-
dlae, is to be employed from Honolulu in tbe northern whale
flsnery. aoder tbe management of Wilcox, Richards Collier
I tryworks sad whaling craft are on board, and if a whale should
f eose alongside, her crew would try to accommodate him.
lowartorr, July 24. Snip liibernia, Whitfield, of New
Tort, from Chine has for Letth, (guano.) got upon Uaabro' gand.
Was aaaisted off by Wiatertoa beach men and Yarmouth tug An
drew Wodehoase, towed np to these roads, and at tide time as
sisted Into harbor, making water, and drawing 19 fret. Agree
saent with salvors, 670. Her cargo would be forwarded la'
ether vessels, aa she would be discharged for repairs.
Joe 8i Fbajtcbco per Comet and Onward, Oct. 11 or 12.
PORT Or SOrOZ.TJZ.TJ. H. I.
1 . Steamer Kilaaee, McGregor, from Windward ports,
a Steam scar Annie Laurie, Mitchell, from Kauai.
2 chr Helen, Johnson, from Malikd.
S - Bchr Ortntaa, Harris, from Mail.
3 chr Mot Wahine, Kobeana, from Kauai.
A Am clipper ahip K. 11. Taylor, 19 days from San
rranciaco, ea route for Baker's Island,
ft Brig Nahlenaena, Helm, from Hilo.
a Schr Ka Mot. Wilbur, from Kahului.
S Scar Mary, from Kauai.
1 Schr Nettie Merrill, Fountain, for Lahaina and
3 -Steamer Kllanea, McGregor, for Windward ports.
" lfum schr Aaoie Laurie, Mitchell, for Kauai.
'' Bcbr Kmellne. Lamhrrt for Kona.
4 4chr Helen. Jobnaon. for 31aliko.
- 4 Schr Mot Wahine, Kobeana, for Kanai.
ft Schr Odd Yellow. Bush, fw Bakrre Island.
ft Schr Ortnlaa , Harris, for Malia Bay.
VESSELS FX PORT OCTOBER 8.
Aat clipper ship K. IT. Taylor. Lord.
Am rark Comet, Smith, up for Saa Franebco.
Brig lioaotula, Bchamacber.
Am bark Uefea Mar, Woods.
Peraviaa bark Maodarina.
For Wi low aid Port per Kilaoea, Oct. a Mr and Mr
C B fjewere and 2 children, Kr and Mrs Chater, Miss Annie
Saiui. Mr Perry, C W Stoddard, Alcana UN Greenwell 13
itn and SO deck pasaengers.
1 From KAHnn per Ka Mot, Oct. 8. Capt and Mr Tlobron,
Miss Minnie Hobron.
PsTT In Honolulu. Oct. 1, John II. C. Tratt, a native of
New York city. He had resided several years in Honolulu.
Baows At the C. 8- nospitat, Mr. William II. Brown, fifed
M years, a native of Charleetowa, 1 iss., and has friends now
reaid log there. He ha long aaiVtt out of this port, but for sev
eral years has been aa inmate of the hospital. He was much
respected and esteemed by all ro whom he wa known.
Boon At the 17. 8. Hospital, James flood, a native of D in
dee, Scotland. He was discharged from the ki:Uridgen a few
days before his death. He has a brother ia California.
Appaixiso Calasiitt. Tbe river Bteimer,
IVatho. exploded one of ber boilers about ten -o'clock,
Monday night. Sept. 5, few miles above
Rio Vista, on tbe Sacramento. This was the upward
trip the CkrytopolU being ahed of the IVashoe,
and the Antelope considerably behind her. There
were on the IPasAoe one hundred and fifty-three
rsssongere, thirty officers and men. The killed were
aboat I fly. Fifty more were bally wounded, or
scalded, so tbat most of them will die. Another fifty
were injured less severely; and only about thirty es
caped entirely unhurt. The boat was much shatter
ed, of coarse, by a shock so destructive of human
life. We do not know whether tbe boat was on a
race) or not, nor where tbe blame rests. But it is
dreadful to think of such a catastrophe, bow much
more agonizing to witness the scene ! Pacific. .
Flax of Setttemest with Pratr. proposed bt
8paifv Ibe Spanish Government has sent to Don
Mariano Moriero, tbe Peruvian Consul at Madrid.
a plan of arrangement of pending difficulties between
the two eoautries. Tbe following are the conditions
which are to serve as tbe bases of the understanding
in question :
Pent shall send to Madrid an official diplomatic
representative who shall solemnly declare
Firtt, Tbat tbe Peruvian Government disapproves
of the attempts made by the authorities of Callao to
incarcerate the Secretary of the Spanish Commis
sioner-, anu tbat those author-.tiea are now dismissed
fren their functions.
Second, Tbat the Peruvian Government bas
naither, provoked nor Uken any ptrt in the attempts j
directed by the Peruvians against the person of the
SpafJab Commissioner during bis jcurney from Callao
to Paitt. Panama and Aspinwall. and tbat it is ready f.
tO DUnish thfl authors Of them. Thai SnantaH
w . . .. ... . II
tnent on us sias wiu eena a representative to Lima ii
tor toe purpose or demanding that justice shall be 1
t . .a- am . A . ea. . . If
done ia the affair ot TaJambo. The Soanisu envov ii
. wilt oe mrnisnea wua letters orcreaeDee eimiur to
tbcsM of which il. Saltzar was the bearer, aud tbat
Conoiawiober shall be leceived by the Peruvian
QovernmccL. -Immediately after each reception the
Cbiacha lala&ds will be delivered up-4o tbe person ap.
poiated by tbe Peruvian Government. Tbat Govern
. uent shall name and "end a plenipotentiary to Spain
"ia order to eonolude on tbe most equitable bases,
metA Milh nAimilil. tmrA faith & tMtt rAtsrSn t h t
retiablia and tbe SpanUb nation, similar to those
which hava been alrealj eirned with the other Hi
pnoAateriaa repwbHcs From GalignnnVt Mes-
M n - V7
" As water toajhig- l3 gooa news
fnmtrThAi which came by the
JrraVon Wednesday, is of the eame cheer-
- 1 a. uul.l rV. 4 V. A rvAvmnf
lug icuor as luat v j -
month the proepect of peace, through Tictory,
brightens with each new arrival. On any other
terms, peace ia not wanted, because it would
prove only a false peace the prelude to more
sanguinary warfare than the present. The man
who still believes that the rebellion may succeed
Las tbe faith and forlorn hope of a liudhist
Read Grant's letter. That short document,
written in a plain, earnest and commonsense
style, which every man can understand, will
carry more weight throughout the North than a
dozen proclamations of President Lincoln or any
other man. Who than Grant has better means
to know or can more truthfully assert that the
Rebels have now in their ranis their last man.
And when the assurance comes from the Commander-in-Chief
that their army is being re
duced at the rate of ' at least one regiment per
day," could anything be uttered from any source
.to inspire greater confidence not only at tbe
North, but with the whole world. His appeal
to the people "i we trill only be true to our
selves right from the lips of the Lieutenant
General of the nation, breathing earnestness and
warmth, will break up tbe councils of treason,
and make the American people again a unit.
That letter should remove every doubt with doubt
ers, and will everywhere inspire confidence in
the strength, stability, and ultimate victory of
the government. -
No wonder that the price of gold goes tum
bling down at such a rate, from 260 to 250, then
240, then 220, and lastly 219, as reported by the
latest telegrams. Where it will stop is uncer-
tain, but probably not above 200, if even there.
Tbe bubble has burst, and gold must continue
to fall, as we have several times lately stated it
would. The causes are clearly apparent, and
may be repeated :
1st. European capitalists Lave gained such confi-
deoce in the stability of the government, tbat they ;
re now anxiously supplying its funds, sending gold
over the water by millions, for which they find tbe
Let investment in the world 12 toT6 per cent, rer
annum for their money, instead of three or four per
ccut. in Europe. '
Zd. The new Treasurer, Fessenden, is withdraw
ing tbe greenbacks" from circulation, which re
lieves tbe money market at once, to whatever extent
it Is done.
Sd. Tbe recent victories, accompanied with a belief
ia a speedy termination of the war, tend to restore
gold to its legitimate standard.
If no unforeseen occurrence happens to ditt-
turb the money market in New York, gold must
continue to decline, the extent and rapidity de
pending on the continuance of the above causes.
The war news received covers an interval of
only three or four days. Before Petersburg,
both armies were preparing for another struggle
for the possession of the Weldon Railroad. The
rebels at present are obliged to receive their sup-
plies by wagonB drawn from Stony Creek Court
House (20 miles south of Petersburg) by turn
pike roads, which involves delay and increased
men and materials. The Iocs of the railroad is
a severe one, and a hard battle for its reposses
sion was probably fought between September 15
and 30th, news of which may come to hand by
the next mail.
Respecting the reported capture of Mobile,
there is room to doubt. Tbe reports come
through rebel sources, and may bo true, lt
seems that the Union land troops landed at
Cedar Point, which is 25 miles from Mobile, on
the west side of the bay, prior to the 30th of
Augu6t. Of this, official notice was published.
As there were no rebel troops stationed on that
road, nor any fortifications, till near tbe city,
and as tho distance is only one or two days
march, it is possible that the forces sent were
sufficiently strong to capture the city. If true,
it secures another step towards peace.
In other quarters, very little has occurred -worthy
of comment. In Mexico, Maximilian is
gaining ground, and the mott reliable accounts
state that the rew government is popular with
the masses, and promises to result in the general
stability of the nation, although portions of the
country will continue in open warfare, as they
have been for twenty years.
From Europe the news is extremely meager,
and beyond some rivalry or jealousy between
Prussia and Austria, in the division of the spoils
acquired in the late war with Denmark, all is
quiet. Considerable discussion is had regarding
the legality of the seizure of the Georgia, sup
posed to be a confederate pirate. That vessel
has been sent to New York, where her case will
be tried. If it is shown that sbo had been
legally sold in Liverpool, and was not armed at
the time of her capture, ehe will unquestionably be
restored to her owners. But the very fact that
she had been in such service, was sufficient to
justify her capture. The rebels have resorted to
so many subterfuges, with their pirate cruisers,
to evade seizure by the British and American
authorities, and have so often deceived them and
unarmed merchantmen by hoisting false colors,
that it is full time an example was made.
f?" The ship E. H. Taylor, which arrived on
Wednesday, brought only a California mail and pa
pers. Tbe Eastern mails, it is thought, will come by
the bark Emily Banning which probably sailed on
the 24th, and will be due early next week, touching
here en route for China. A number of vessels were
to leave San Francisco, early in October, intending
to touch at this port. Neither of our packets bad
arrived over' np to tbe 15th of September. Tbe
Young Hector was fully due then 18 days out from
' JfYSAXA Steamkks. Tbe followiug were the rates
charged between New York and San Francisco,
Sept. IS. From New York to San Francisco:
Tirst cabin in legal tenders, 400; second cabin,
com. ?r- coon r, pMn,;c. v.-
. . v? u : 4a.
First cabin, in gold coin, $238; second
cabin, in gold coin, SI 84; steerage, in gold coin.
S130. The papers state tbat the combination and
the high rates had decreased the steamer trade
greatly, which Is not to be wondered at.
Concert IIall. The entertainment given by Jos
Taylor, on Saturday evening last, was well attended,
and proved a success. Ths singing and instrumental
mnsic were excellent, and well received by the audi
ence. With a larger company of performers to give
more variety, Sir, Taylor woald continue to draw
NOTES OF TIIK WEEK.
Tetter Wbitebs. In the San Francisco Bulletin.
ol wff 0th of September, ii i ii 1 jj i
tK ff I fry5JCIgcaiSers," &c Kow while
AfJiiih Islanders no doubt like to see themselves
in print, we suggest thai correspondents become
fully posted up before attempting to write. The
following extracts, to those who know the facts,
are perfectly ridiculous' Regarding the origin of
Independence Day, .Any correspondent wishing to
learn the facts, , can easily obtain them from
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, who is always ready
to eupply the particulars embodied in his reports,
including the 939 enclosures invariably accompany
ing each :
It was a long time before I could learn from wbt
ouree this Independence Day sprang, and what they
had become independent of. But r.fter nuoh experi
ence and anxious inquiry it seemed to be generally
conceded that on this day, 12 or 16 years sgo. a
Britieh ehipmaster, ljing in the harbor of Honolulu,
fired with a sudden desire fot colonization and con
quebt, txik 11 sailors and his national flag, routed
without slaughter the garrison of 14 native troops,
and drove them out of tbe fort, then planted bis
standard on its walla, and proclaimed the town sub
ject to the English Crown. Three days after he re
pented of his rash act, feeling that bis country would
not sanction, but rather censure and punish it, he
burreudered fort and city voluntarily to the native
sovereign, roi'ed up bis royal banner and took his
army ot eleven back to his ship. Ever since the an-
nual returns or tbat day nave oeeu ceieur&teu as
tbat on which these isles wrested themselves from the
grap of a determined foe and became again a free,
a united, a proud, and a happy people." '
44 The passion of the Kanaka, maleand female, for
horses is the most marked trait in their character.
Fortunately this is a desire they can easily gratify,
for sometime! horees sell here at SI 60, and they are
easily fed from the grass which grows so abundantly
around the native dwellings. In the early part of
the week the late King's horses were sold at auction.
A parricular pair, worth about 50 a piece, which
be used to drive himself, were bid for by the author
ity of ex-Queen Emma, the really beautiful and gen
tle wife of the late King. Some white man, with
less gallantry than a centipede, actually ran them
up against her to $650, first out of a freak and then
out of obstinacy, at which price they wete knocked
down to him, to the great disgust of himself as well
as of all those who respected in Queen Emma the
desire to possess the horses which bad been favorites
with her husband."
The Dcst asp Heat during the past week have
'teeu almost intolerable. We like to see street im
provements everywhere, and we are glad to observe
that some of the avenues (Emma for instaucc)
have lately become very mnch improved. But we
must beg tbe road supervisor either to select the
rainy eeason for carting dirt on to tbe city avenues
or else to provide sprinkling carts. Next to the
valley water these should be considered the best
comforters that could be provided for a hot and
ify- fity . lft'ft TTanrnlj: One or two would be
XUUUgu. iuaujr sure cjrea uuu iccnua " ' 6 " ' ' ... uw.
fevers and sickness, roizht thus be prevented.
While we have our peu in hand t we would suggest
to the proper authorities that Liliha street be
mproved and made passable for vehicles, the num.
ber of which seems to be increasing, while there
exists a great want of good drives of any extent.
The opening of tbat street would give a-pleasant
and airy avenue, and lead to its settlement by for
eigners, and of course increase the taxable value
of tbe real estate on it, perhaps enough to offset
the cost. ..m
Df.3ibabi: Kmiorakts. As our Government and
Planters are very desirous to promote emigration
from abroad in these days, and the Circassians have
at last been driven out of their own country by the
Russians, and compelled to seek refuge elsewhere, it
strikes us that it would be a good idea to send fir &
few thousand of them to come to these islands. They
are a good and industrious class of people, and what
is more, are aruorjg the bravest and best warriors in
the world, while their women are unrivalled for
beauty. The Emperor of France, we perceive, has
made an arrangement for twenty-five thousand of
them to settle in Algeria, and be knows all about
3 - . .. , a. -
up his favorite clipper, which, under his captaincy,
has won laurels in fast sailing, generally beating
every vessel that undertook to try her speed. SLe
is a native Hawaiian craft, having been built by
D. Foster & Co., of this city. Capt. Johnson (late
of tbe Annie Laurie,) takes comni'ind of her, and
will tin rlnfirkf mintAm liar mmitfltinn nan. f:ist n.i1fr
Water Bots. The old water boat having beeu
condemned, Messrs. Mclntyre & Babcock have put a I
tank into their large scow, capable of carrying out-1
Bide sKut seventy . barrels . of .water... The pumps!
and huse of the old water boat are used by tbeui.f
A new water boat is now beiog built by the Messrs. I
Foster at their yard, to have a capacity of from 100
to 125 barrels. Jf
sugar .kefixert. lue worts nave cea.se -operations
for a while, as important improvements are
beiug made. Additions to the building and two
new engine?, with separators, will be placed in the
building, thus enabling the works when iu working
order again, to turn out double tho qu'iat
"IIonolclo Ibon Wobks. The hum of maohincry
ana tne ciaug oi nammers to ue ne-tra on approaca-i
inz these works, are the best evidenca.of plenty ofi
work. A large and commodious bufrdiog is being
put ap on the Carranave premises, to be used as a
rtAttern Rhnn. anil evprvthin' connected with the
x f - o - j
establishment betokens success in this importantl
branch of industry.
p3T The Comet and Onward will both leajke
irly next week probably on Tuesday or Wednes
ay. The Eastern mails will be dispatched by them,
ties of the Commercial for three weeks can be
obtained at our counter in wrappers.
To Stock Raisers. Read the advertisement of
R. Moffitt,' offering a choice lot of horses, cattle and
sheep, with prices named. As fin 3 a lot of colls as
can be seen on the islands are the descendants
of imnorted Laurel" now offered at Eahuku Point.
I ST By letters from Hilo, we learn that tbe volca
no (Kilauea) was unusually active during the latter
part of September. This month and tbe next are
among the best of tbe year for visiting it. f"
By our exchanges, we observe tbat the Comet
was first discovered by astronomers about the same
time it was noticed in Honolulu, early in Angust.
ZF The Steamer will be laid up next week, to
make repairs and overhaul ber machinery. She will ,
resume her trips again on the 17th inst.
7 The Marshal requested us to remind the
fort ign jurors to be in attendance at the Court Hons?
at 10 A. M., on Monday next. '
KO rUAOLE !
fltllC UNDERSIGNED CAN SUPPLY Pr-
JL ties wishing to plant the above valuable description of Sn
gr Cane, mhich never flowers and cau be ground at all seasons.
fAT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
f Haiku Sugar Company held on the 6th inst., the follow
4og officers were chosen for the ensuing year, viz :
g Dr. Wm. HUiebrand, President,
i S. N. Castle, Vice President. -.
M- Ii- Beckwith, Secretary.' , . ' ;J '
i bam Savidge, Treasurer.
Jos. P. Cooke, Auditor.
' Per order: M. B. BKCKWTTU,
nftooluln. O.. 7, 184. It
Another Chief Dead. The Honorable Levi IIaa-
ijija died at jiypyienca 4JIoIani" in UoaeJulo,
inst., of aneurism, aged 42 years.- lie was
born at Lahaina in 1822, and was the son of llaalou,
Governor of ilolokai, under Kalaimoku. His mother
was Kipa. By his marriage about 1818 to Kekau
onohi, a daughter of Kamebameha I, he became a
KjhTe, and until his death held a seat in the House
of Nobles. His only brother was Haalilio, tbe well
known and accomplished commissioner who accom
panied Mr. Richards to Europe. Some two or three
years since, Haalelea married Amoe, daughter of a
Chinese merchant of Hilo, who survives him. He
leaves no issue, bis only child, Kamalalehua, being
dead. The deceased leaves a large estate comprising
valuable lands all over the islands, acquired mostly
by marriage with KekauonoLi. Haalelea was favor
ably known among foreigners as a man of character
and worth , and very gentlemanly ia all his inter
course with them. He was an honor to the Alii
family, which has now become reduced to a mere
handful in uumber. Ilia funeral, we learn, will not
take place for some three or four weeks.
A. F. JUDD,
Attorney and Counsellor at law.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT St., HONOLULU. OAIir.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesnle Pealers in Fashionable Clothing,
Hals, Cis, Boots and Shoes, and every variety of Uentle
. men's Superi'ir Furnishing floods. Store, formerly occu
pied by W. A. AUlrich, Esq., iu Maiee's Block. Queen
Street. Honolulu. Oahu. 457-ly
IKTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
1 Creditors or Job n I. Havekoat, of Wailuku, Maui,
that the retnaiuinpr portion of the Dividend on tbeir claims
making; in all One Hundred Cents on a Dollar will be paid by
application to the undersigned.
J. W. AUSTIN,
October C, 1864. 437-Ct Assignee.
Eslntrof J. II. C. Prn
of Honolulu, late deceased.
TUTlCE.-PROPER APPLICATION linr-i
11 ing been made to the Hon. O. M. Robertson, Justice of
the Supreme Court, by J. W. Austin, for Probate of the Will of'
J. H. C. PRATT, or Honolulu, late deceased Notice is hereby
given to all persons whom it may concern, that Monday, the
17th of October next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, is a day and
hour appointed for hearing proof of said will, and all objections
that may be offered thereto, at the Court House in the town of
Honolulu. J NO. E. BARNARD.
Honolulu, Oct 6, 1804. 437-2t Clerk Supreme Court.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP of 1SG4.
For Sale by
TWO LAUREL." COLYTS, PIF-
ten months old, entire bay, free from white, one
out of Oregon mure, and one out of daughter of
imported mare Kate well worth, the attention of
breeders. Price, $ 100 each.
TWO MARKS Ouo bright chestnut, by Oregon, seven years
oM. Price, $50.
ONE URItilir BAY Out of imported mare Kate, six yearal
out. .rnue, iao.
.ONE PAIR larce, heavy, steady, well uroKen
JiJ UiU uaes, in gOOU CUIIUIUUU. line.
Some Di ime FAT CATTLE, which can be seen
in an enclosure, bv iubending purchasers giving a few days' no
tice. ... At
SIX THOROUGII-r.REP MERINO RAMS, from
to 6 years old and FOUR SOUTH DOWNS, clean, k
ami. nl. and in rood condition. Price, taking the Ii
3 lot. 100. Amlr to
437-4t K. MOFFITT, Kahuku Point.
J IV OCTOBER, 18(j 1 .
ETAII lt: J. Reiuhnrt; "V. K. Snort-
grass. 2.1 Youngsu. 4th Mossmann it Hon ; uo. a.
D. Cartwright. 5th K. O. nail. 6th A. Bolster. Stn Ir.
Ilnffinaoo. .tKth 0..avKom. 111th ahohoa. 18th A. J,
Cleghoru. 19Ui J. Seabury. 23d Ahchuck; do. J. Vickfbrd;
do. A.Miller. 9th Achow, Maui. 15th Aichow, Hilo. loth
Castle & Cooke, Molokai.
WHOLESALE 1st: B. F. Bolles ; W. K. Snodgrass.
RETAIL SPIRIT 9th: Estate W. A. Cooper.
WHOLESALE SPIUIT 15th . Melchers & Co.
VICTUALLING 19lh: Hopean is Mana. 22d J. Levi j
do. Pusing. 31st Ahalng. 23d A. Walter, Lahaina; do.
15th: T. n. Hobron, Maui. 28th A.I nna
Keoni Ko & Co., Hilo. 8th Onoroea Plan-
Woodman & Silva. 22d Williams, Marlt-
haui k Lewis.
BOWLING ALLEY 2Cth : Jas. Dawson ; do J. Noinore,
AUCTION 9th : T. W. Everett, Mnui.
IICTOHER 1st : P.Shaw, Lahaina.
IIC'USK No. 63 H 35, both inclusive.
ROA'f Nos. 42 51, both inclusive. 20th Kahoohanoha
no, Lahaina. 20th faona, Lahaina. 19th Haole.Hilo. 2M
K a inn iff, Hilo. Iklth Lonoai, Hilo.
43T-H S. SPUNCER, Clerk Int. Office.
J C. SPE.NCEB.
H. E. McDonald fitv Co.,
TVHholesale ' Druggists,
II. 3Iel5ori2xlcl & Co.,
(..'nruer of Sausouie and Pine St.,
THE INCREASING BUSINESS OF
our establishment, together with the wants of the Trade,
have made it necessary to establish a House in the City
of San Francisco, where we will be pleased to see as
many of our old friends and customers as can make it conve
nient to call upon us. We shall keep at both places a large
and well selected stock of
DRUGS AND MEDICINES. PAINTS AND OIL?,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. PATENT MEDICINES,
DENTAL GOODS, HERBS AND EXTRACTS.
FANCY ARTICLES, BREWER'S & SODA STOCK,
BRUSHES AND COMBS, , CORKS, a large variety;
SU'LDKlt &. BODY BAACES,! ASSA VERS' MATERIAL,
LADIES BANDAGES AND BURNING OILS & I'LUIDS,
SUPPORTERS. 'PLASTER PARIS,
GUM ELASTIC STOCKINGS.'maRBLE DUST,
Together with a largo and complete assortment of all Goods
kept in a weil supplied Wholesale Drug Store.
We respectfully solicit those dealing in our line to examine
and price our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
437-3m R. II. MCDONALD.
R. H. MCDONALD & CO.,
Corner Pine and Sansome eta , San Francisco.
r. ii, Mcdonald & Co., druggists,
We respectfully invite the attention of the Denta
Profession to our largo and complete assortment of
DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, TEETH,
Gold Foil, Forceps of all kinds, Dental Chairs, Eland and Foot
Lathes, Brush Cotton and Corundum Wheels, Pluggcrs, Scalers,
I' ROSEWOOD DENTAL. CASES,
nite material Vulcanite rs, Tulcanite Base and Impression
Cwut Percba. A large variety of VULCANITE XEETU,
Scrapers and Packers i together with a large and complete
assortment of all articles of the latest and most approved
styles of Vulcanite Work.
We keep constantly on hand a supply of all the most ap
proved Standard Works on Dentetry. Our efforts will be to
keep a large and well selected stock of all Dental Materiai, so
that the Dental Profession may confidently rely upon having
their orders filled in tbe best possible manner.
437-3m R. II. McDOXALD & Co., Druggists.
The Scientific American !
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the increase of the subscription price, and also of the American
postage, (which is cow $1.04 per annum on weekly papers
sent to foreign countries aud which must be prkpaid,) the
terms for 1865 will be FOUR DOLLARS, which covers
the subscription and U. S. postage.
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formation received from it, and which can be found no where
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H. M. WHITNEY,
435-t Agent f"r th Hawaiian Islands.
ii Co., Maui. 2J
tat i on. Hawaii.
By BOLLES Bl Co.!
Vl J Hawaiian fiour.
Corn, Oats Chicken teed.
OARS,Wsi quality Boston Oarsn Hies
Oakum. Manila rope.
Best RoMia Rope, Martin. .
Houjelin, Spunyarn, Ilemp sail twine.
Hemp nvass, assorted numbers.
Cotton duck, assorted numbers,
OILS and PAINTS.
Best English Lead,
Best Knglish Zinc.
Boiled Paint Oil,
50 000 best quality German Cigars,
10,000 Rio del Norte Cigars, a choice article.
Twist End Manila Ctgare.
Aadrrssn's Sslace Tobacca,
SUGAR CURED IIAXS,
PHILADELPHIA HAM in pickle.
All qualities Island Sugars.
BEST KOIV A COFFEE.
Cheese, Raisins, Sardines, Assorted Meats,
Split Peas, Beef Tongues, Sweet Oil In cases,
Casks and Cases beat California PIlt Breast.
All sf which will be Sold Cheap fer Caah,
A RARE VOJLUJ1E !
VaTUIE SUBSCRIBER HAS R EC EXT L. IT
I. obtained SIX Copies f the HAWAIIAN SPECTA
TOR, published in 1S35-8. These are bt lieved to be the only
copies left of this valuable work. They are neatly bound two
volumes in one. Price $8. ...
437.1m 8- M. WHITNEY.
. c. ifarKR.. ,, o. MEaait.1.
IcROEK & MERRILL,
204 aiitl 200 California Street,
ALSO, AGENTS OF TnE
Sail Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to tho sale and purchase of mer
Chandise, ships' business, supply ing whaleships, negotiating
exchange. &c. - 4
XT All freight arriving at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarded mica or commission. :
XT Exchange on Honolulu bought and sold. jCB
Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co.,. . . . -"
H HaCKFELD & Co.,
u C llRKWBR if CO.,a
" ClSHOP ac Co.-. ..............
. ...uuDuiaiu ,
Dr. R. W. Wood,. . ,
ilon. K. II. Alles,....
I C. Watbrman, Esq.,
oli & wmn
Expect to Arrive
BY THE HAWAIIAN BARK
Capt. J. . KLENKE.
The Following Assortment of
Desirable English, German and
Keiicli Groods !
In part consisting of
BLACK, GREEN, BROWN AND BLUE
plain Cobnrgs und Orleans,
Green and brown figured coburgs and orleana,
Victoria lawn in pieces of 7 yards.
Printed twills, MuV.in de laint-s black and figured,
llarejre for veils, Cashmeres, plain and figured,
lilue twilled flannel of different qualities,
Black aud Blue Broadcloth,
5 If. Billiard Cloth.
Hair Cloth, Horse Hair,
Moleekin white in 3 different qualities,
White shirtings, Slue denims, Brown cotton,
In bales assorted, all large size, 72 inches by 90, white, blue,
orange, green and scarlet.
BUNTING, Blue, White and Scarlet.
A large and well assorted lot of cheap Cotton and Mixed
ALSO Linen, Half Linen and Woolen Pants,
Superior all Woolen Cashmere' suits for
Complete Tweed suits assorted colors, White Marseilles Vests,
Pilot Coats and Jackets, Pilot Pants,.
Cravats, Slips, Merino white and grey half hose.
White and brown cotton socks,
Linen, cloth and silk undershirts and drawers,
Merino wolen undershirts,
White shirts, assorted qualities.
WZNBS and BEER
Good. Claiet in casks.
And a fresh supply of the celebrated and well known
And other Pure Hock Wines,
German Ale and Porter in quarts & pints.
Fruit syrups, Preserved fruits.
Sardines, Westphalia bams,
Preserved meats and Games in i boxes,
Best quality of Oerman crushed sugar in hlf bbls.
Sausages, Green peas, (petits pois.)
Glass beads, green only
Playing cards, Great Mogul, thick and heavy;
Letter and foolscap paper, ruled;
Balls, Uavanna setrars.
Wine and beer corks. Cutlery,
Window glass from 18x21 inches to 30x10 inches,
A few lady's saddles. Bridles and bits,
German silver and iron tinned spurs,
Fancy goods, Children's toys, India rubber toys,
ALSO ON HANi
And Keceived by Recent Arrivals
From San Francisco,
BESIDES TKEIRJJSUAL STOCK !
Plaid Woolen travelling shirts,
Grey flannel shirts. White shir! 9.
Hickory shins, Cotton and linen drawers.
Pieces grey flannel,
Bleached and brown cotton.
Bleached and unblea'hed linen crash.
Foolscap paper, Ink,
Mirrors in gilt frames, 1 Different
Mirrors in black frames, 5 styles.
A very choice Assortment of
BOOTS and J3 II I 33 JS :
GENTLEMEN'S CALF BOOTS, BOY'S BOOTS,
CANADA TIES, BROOANS,
LADY'S and CHILDREN'S GAITERS,'
Also an. Assortment of
Ploughs, Hor3e hoes,
Ox yokes and bows,
Shovels, Spades, Hunt's axes.
Wheelbarrows, fcc ftc, AC.
119 rntt K.J
HAWAIIAN PACKET LMG
TUB A j CLIPPER HARK ' " . '
JJ. HEMPSTEAD, Mailfr, V.
Having the greater part iof her cargo engaged, Will have .
dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage, havins;
aupetior accomtuedaUona for cabin and ateerage passengers.'
Apply to -
ALDRICII, WALKER, k. CO.
Agents at San Franoisoo
for HAWAIIAN PACKET LINK,
Messrs. Chaa. W. Brooka & Co. M 2t
Regular HMspatcIi ILine
FOR ' . -'....'!
A IV -FR A TVC5ISf50 1
THE FIX E FAST-SAILIKO BARK
Will have quick dif. patch for the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
WILCOX, RICHARDS 4 Co,
THE Al CLIPPER. SHIP
sTTC. ssV SV U...W .v.wai. Wjr a m x
This snlendid vessel will be due from San Francisco In a fcw
days, and will have dispatch for the above port. For freight or
.:.. an (WimmiH At Iiina ftnnlv tn . 4 .
passage uavitJ .
43a.2t ' ALDRICH, M ALKER CO. '
Boston and Monolnln
THE CLIPPER BARK
' .HBIiBM' MAR!
la ready to receive freight for BOSTON direct,
432-2oi C. BREWER ir Co., Agents.
Tlie Clipper Scliooiaer
Runs regularly to MAL1KO,
For rreicht or passage -
Apply to the Captain on board or
To Jose uaranaa nna uornieo uainuun
TOV ARE HEREBY" NOTIFIED TO AP
rwr before the nndersiirned. who will Inform yoo how to
proceed In order to obtain $1,110,37, niw in deposit for each of
you, in the State Treasury -of Agana, Island of Oumf- - - '
IC C. WVLLIK.
Honolulu, Sept. 28, 1861. -o-ax : ;
Waikapn Plantation !
Sugar Sc Blolascon,
J, LOUZADA &
For sale in quautlties to suit purchasers.
O. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Fresh Lot of California Apples.
Y1ECE1VED PER BARK "COMET."
BOLLK3 A CO.
Desirable Preinises or:lialQ7ta
Honolulu. : ir ; ?
THE PREMISES ON PORT ST- 4
oocuified bv Mrs. Thompson. ALSO The pre in- ,
iaes on Hotel St., opposite the Theatre at present occupied by
J. M. ureen. tmi. iuu uii.i. .
wirui - . - ---
THE "NATCHEZ" PREMISES
on Alakea street, below Hotel street. RwssC a Jf
&300 per annum, Including tbe use of valley. mii .
water on premises. .
ALSO FOR RENT,
The "SWEETMAN" PREMISKS, adjoining the ahove,on
Alakea street. Rent $8 per month, Including use of valley
water on premises. " " '
ALSO FOR RENT.
One shop la stone building nt the foot of Nuuanu street, anil
next to Messrs. Nolte & Kruger's Coffee SlooaJL
For either of the above, please apply to f ?
DR. CilAS. F. GUILLOU, 1
435-Sui South East corner Kaahumana and Merchant Sts.
J4 ow JLianciiiig I
Anrl nfTfirp.rl Vnr 8nl a hv . tfhrt
Consisting in part as follows $ ;
Jf Denims, Blue drills, White, blue and Saxony flannel.
Cassimere pantinp. Linen fancy drills, ; ' ; '.
Linen and cotton white and fancy shirts, ' f ; i
Assorted black silk ribbon, fcilk neckties,
Black alpacca sackcoats, '
Pilot coats and trowsers, Plain and striped Hesianf f r
Assorted linen thread. Carpeting. . . ... ' '
Brown and mixed cotton socks, r J
Woolen stockings and socks, Saddle,
French felthats, Strawhats. Cloth cape.
Playing cards, Slipjiers, Wrapping paper.
Colored printing paiier, Wacansr oil,
Fancy clay pipes, Cigars, Americaa card matches,
Cutlery and Hardware
Tumblers and goblets. Looking glasses.
Hemp canvas, Bailmaker's twine,
Manilla and tarred cordage, gpnnyarn,
Housing and marlines.
Oakum, Zinc paint. Black paint.
Boiled and unboiled Iin!eed oil,
French spirits of turpentine, Corks,
Oil Casks, in hook9 ;
Ganpowder, Shot, Lead pipes and Sheet lead, '
Pwedfeh and Low Morie iron, . . ;
Hoopiron, Fencing wire.
Blacksmith's coal, Firebricks, Oerman pipe clay,
AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES. ;
Wulleis Celebrated Lager Beer!
WINES and SPIB1HPS ;
Flrar de Sillery Champagne.
Clnrelit St. Julicn, '
Pontet-Caurt. Cbalrnax MariBBX(
Chateau La Rotte
Hocks. Aaamannabauaer, .
Sherry, Holland Gins -Nordhanter,
Alcohol Cherry Cordial.
F,d. HOFFSCHLA EGKR & STAPENIIOltST