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Arrivals of Whalers at Ports of the Hawaiian Islands.
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March 6 French SVp ilea. 1-v. JJofil
7 Annlcvi Kira . Fl'.rkla , F r lhara
10 Auv ri'-r I: irk Vmryarl Casnl
14 Aa.'T.can lUri. J.v pi.u e Ct.aprr.-a
1 AmrfM-ao Br , (' ir .Wood
11 Amencn Itark Nile" Fnh
2' AaiTi-rau h f Jif li IVrry H!y
lo Aineri'-an Brk Cit!.TiM iri.iliip
21 American ship Em.ly M.r,-Ja At:.-ara
"3 A ui-r oan frh.j Conr'-as CkU:
16 Am. rii-in Ship 'OwrJ . Ali-n
IT American f ti; Cort,:u UlnJ Homta
W Aa.fn.xi h irk M v.:l.-1 'Macanber
il Hnri.uu l:rit' K I. U Co-si
J-j French Lar iu.:- Vnuxprr
iv .meTi;an H.r ".t:i...l k Th'-cas
AltA 1 IU..iia Hiri. K ira-f.acr.: V Lorur
2 AQ-rl.-iri I:rk H'm. Ihrajya inn'..i
3 Ameneai llitt ' t vri Pa-: art Allen
4 An.erica.i Shrp ! .:."; 'r sty
C Atn-ricarj Parle r:o!e Jarr.eiran
1 An-rcaii .-h!p Ku;hrV IIa-hay
lvi Amerinn Ilark Vr'y ll.!--j
10 .American . liar . : Jireh swLI - . i Williams
1 .rneric.rt P.iric J. I. Th'.rr.rj'a I'riwa
2 ' Arr.ri.sii ''liar' "J. P. W-: lir.k-r
1U n.'-rwJi 'f.nrk. -fl'. - ' Wms! tr
12 H..i.,:i t'.aK , ii.li,r.A , FUh
- I'i Amnrxn 'HwV -fln't"!'! Ilrrer.-Jtcn
1"! Am-.ri-:a: rt.rk lUrt. O unoll P.ollei
14 rii-.ricau h' ' Ixuisiana Hasains
ji .tinnr i.i Hark 1 1 iv-r ror-r Li oiaa
15 fnrvr '"Tr 'John Iffw'arH 'Frasier
17 Aoierirai .rim. li:o ' II !1
17 iMrm 'l:ar Fai-ty j llii".tir.,r
4 2u Aruri'-a hif iMi rn.T ; Maeoitber
H Am-ncan Kt .Hn.'iif rl Fisher
American ..-lni ;. Trout e AMy
SI Actnrtil i'ark t Il-reul. " (Loiter
'S AmTirtri S-'.i;. ' t'.Wt x Ajrr.i li.h
Amriua S-hin 'California n-avelarsl
27' American Hop (Aloilra ..rorne
May-' 1 American -r-hi. I r.i'wth Rwrfl 'Pont-us
2 Acnrriran Bfk iXirnnxl, f Clark
3 Amrrirau .-hi. 'Ara41 i
3 Arot rtcm lu.k M.rth .ThuicaJ
5 AmTi'.-au Itark ."'in'-am . IJamftt
7 A ujTirn ,iUik ,l-njamia Cummias9(fcri(r
';'f rr.i f'oa;
;!.f ..rn ('Mat
Cal f ixia Cua:
1 1! me
Cobf rr.Ta Coat;
Clli'' Til l Cofcfct
( a .riia C a t
Html a .
j ic: ri .u? at homo and l.-arei abroad. He Kftjj
.a m me without a stain, as a rich loaey toy
l'aciui: Ci'niir.rcial A'iTtr::
l.rr'm urrrnlrr-('rlrlriilioii til ailnl.ii.
(1" T I!.-: raciCc C ruir.rciI Adrvr::s-T
Itialiop MhIh'. l'nlornl Al.lr .
(F. r tl.e l'.uif.o C i- :crc:.i! V. v tC.m r.)
. 4 JO
I 5.l 1 auct: .
ifj Mik-d UrcN f r cru .
SaikrJ Minh 13 f T rru.v.
March J5 r r -hcHk.
rail- d .May a l-.r Arrtx.
paiVJ Aj ril 4 '-r k'ii ic.
'i iai!-J Aril4 f--r Arxt:--.
I jj ?a.JJ Ai rii C f r Art:i
?aiii Ar l 4 t.r cru.i-.
- 1 i i
as a r-cona asnirgion.
Hi .'rid whom he
wliilo bv tlio
manciimtiil and their e- 5,
ICor.tiuucI from oi:r prfrious isu-.;
The Iishon afli-cts t.i ritlk-ule tit.- i.U-a
law of comitv
I Ttv.i P ;,p,-. f MvuoI-t .i."rnvr:y ,t.-MTi.ti. t. f l!.-rmo (. " 1 0, floU UtLainpUU in the L'Tth , h.is
ionarT (icifti-. aivl fi;piantlv aks wfion
bv wh m thi- law va- -n:H't 1." H
M scendants to the lakt generation,
a I ...
m almost bo
H lie is c
tj the great work which lie began w ill le carri
7 . - . .. 1
n r d.-nv ttn1 xi-r. ru r,t M:rh a trrinir ? lau-rnsii.-nat
- law. bt-ca:i.-e H' irit iTi.;ti'i-!;tl t-.l.
miirt a w.
1! ; "
t ton rvincl t y tr.- c.t t::s ei i on u wren jury rui.ian r
r -n! i-t of t..t nrhv m th- l'r,ii"ll: n caiit th- ri'Vffl t
' - . . . - ' - . . . . . i t - .V.. e-J
liisliet. cm t. Tir. &i-n.e i. it a cr me ni:i'f: ' ) ft
,n:f r-..in i--m K-r.Ui o! t!. flue hn tfc pU-l ti-l:iv ! the
rmr nf 1
triul of the N'vi-u j
failrj March -rf fi.r -h .tk.
jCalif'jroU Coast ,cl-aa
, C;i,;f -irr.i-4 C.aj(t
'a!f .rr.ia f'at
. CiU'-ri-ia Coajl
', ''ahfi-rriia C.ait
. Caiifurii CuAst
I If. IT. 9
'iT Cost Chiie
CeHfirfH f 'nat
; iL.f.ruii Ci.aat
j. California Coat;
Ti m '
' II' m
:f:..-l Apr.l 12 f r Arc;;c.
60 .-a.:.-l Ajril 3 l r Ar.-.n.-.
Si.i l Aif.t 11 It Arctic,
p-iiiol April J f r Arctic.
ril-i Aj-rii iU; J-r Ari;l;.
C2i r-a !-l April 21 t r Arctic.
?a:.cl April if.r Arctic,
pai. -.1 A ril C f-.r Arvtii:.
.-::t April 2 f'.r Arctic,
."i t Apri! l J f.-r Arctic.
ra:l?. April 14 fur Arctic.
.SaiJed April 11 for Arctic,
.-.liifil April 21 fr Arctic,
.-ai;.: t April 15 f r An-iic.
.wa:l-- i April 11 f r Arcti-.
;a::.l May 10 fjr Arctic.
!?-5H-l April 14 f'T Afrtic.
.-'.lil-.t April 14 f r cruiv.
230 Jai.e.l April 14 f- r Arctic.
40 April H for Arc:ic.
100 .-a:l-l May 3 f-T Art-t!C.
Sai1..-.1 April 13 fr Arctic.
Z'j railed April 19 f .r Arct.c.
.aiU-d April I t Arctic.
.-.i.:--'t April 23 f'.r crui?.
S:i:t--tl April 2i for Ardic.
S.i.lwl Aril 24 for oruis.
i-ailfd A pril 27 f'.r Arctic.
Sile.l May .
230 bailed April 30 f r Arctic.
Sailfrd May 1 for Arctic.
itv-ulcd May 3 fur Arctic.
sailed May 3 for Arctic.
20 .-i'.k-it May 4 for Arctic.
f) 5aill Msy 0 fr Arctic.
Sailed May 8 f-T Arctic
In the House of Commons, March 27th, Lord Y
cho alluded to the debates in the Canadian P.,.;'.
h ment. where it has been deuieJ that fifty thousa'n.i
1 1 I.ieute:nnt-;ener.,l (Jrati: f l.on-r:.! I.ee an t tfi' army of Ji r0U!iJ9 Wii all that Enclari'I WOUld Vote ft r P.-.
hA Vft h-K-n 'u V-rthero V,rri.ila. rr.icl.t la tl.e trul of the .vveL , . . . Lor.l tlcho wonl.l brir.o. tl,. ...... "r
worshiped as a guardian eaint. enacu-d. I.ik, th. Law of Nation,, and like the U XIZ:!: ward on April 14th. wr-
dad. but the Ilet.ublio still lives, and hnghr-h C otumon Law. the jrreat innciples whuti $ an , rt..lirioa, ,,,vrtv ?reat allJ M.rf.,.t ,L.,i.l n tt.e j.y of a The Portuguese authorities Lad ordered the reUl
...1 i llc""l ion .C-J.H.-V vi iuv .....w..- . ihumii u, .-.iju -evNv. ...... r- 13 ".ill OiUltWUH lu lt'TC AIMlOI). a 13 it IliantlMl
U t-J 1 I . I.....,, ..,) ctHI nr.. .1..V..1. J ivlir!!i,m the Ui)m in.nlr.vl wn fnili: it wii 1 WliSniueilCf till 19 ,T , . UJauueU llie
... .i--uiii-iii?wuvii. ii.iii mui.iiiucm.u.1 ...o. ,- ... . .. ..waroris. ine l cs. cuiiooat .vjr rum
. a . . .... . .-... . . t 1 1' : - it inoinf i.Li'us rri:iti rr.R uri. -01:11 i::e 01 ti uc- uiiuut 14
t: f.n trmmr. :int t to tii enij. u-: niii"" ineniseives. tm.i are none me le. ieai ;:i'i.i f. .. . : . . ia rrn(i..ii.i
i 1 J - ;j .- . . : , , , 1 - I' iii. ns ti:e sun rvrr siiine uikmi. ana principle 'i umv wj
M U' ,1,. tint n-s.uible the? rreatnefa of the IuM S net iiavjnjr oeen leuiicea l a wiiueu .t'ie- aim t ,u;0;1 .ienihralln.ent crater th::i ever
- . - 10 f.: .
i'd was hourlj
of tlie proudest
e of 1 liberty and
tV. ,.ni.....irtt rieticht.M aiirca -a ine .i'onfi-uZ has sail,.!
fJ which that country has .sustained in the uoa.i . . li.,.ni...i.",rth regarded as a:s S the imniea.ur.ti.: joy. theref re. cf ui true Auiericai.", a: the ?s irom inn pirt. iue ulnar ana . s,icra?neuto have
mi in 1 tur- n srruni iicre. ine tor
. v. .... :.:..i , . i . . . .... . . .
j.: as auv li.tueii liiai es ai nmii;ui iiic j':iin.ipn i-j cate.i or trumpet r, a i prciamiej
j . iii.T ii.aiiuai ii.it 10 L.iiuiv.t-'..... .....v.v. ...
A (lf b-i tru jin.l trll a l.-ader. who had won the , outlaw, so aav Protestant Missionary Srociety tba
.J news i f Hir reOi-M .u.'ff s if the National arm.
L . 1 i 1 t.pi. .if., w'.rt i....:..rvtyn1 ll:i i4i. iMV.lv...! i n t h V i V 1 1 l : t. : . I . I. ..T - -I I ! . . i . r
.. .'1 , .......w.. .................. .1 llllll.CU LUCU I Lr Hll 1 II I I. ffll I'.I. ill P 'llll -..
,.n;,lHn.v H-cn nf the S..uthern reor.le thorn- t-g tramples on tne - law 01 comu . w ni tunfan ,ir;D AC!frh. i po.-ithearrivaicfthestoutiiercnTu--.iay.fi , " J
. cunudence etn 01 tne Soutnern rtopie frf..i, ,,infi.i.v nmi r.. t ,,f !!! m,'n. ni.,,.iiv.. .r.J., r,,.?.?:.- fhr.. the iun.i. i .nW Lisbon. March 20 Thr. tv.l..r ..i f. v
rtugucse authorities have pro-
kKkeil iu each other's eves a:iJ cave thanks ti the Uod
nts in either fort-icn or domestic Missions, where of battle that th? had yet a country that would coax out of I
u.e iTJeai hi ri vxi j.r.a ure tnrou-n wir.ca iwh s-.ru-
iu the poop, and a scauian was kiiit-J.
,' i -lvcs, -mho we trust will repudiate with abhor- .j There is no want .f precedent to ?how that this t earmc it, the uyai American pave expression to hi feetmcs f ' and Sacramento attempted to sail before the umt
1! r-nc, the deep damnation of hi taking off." U principle has l.iiS Ken recognized and acted up..n KxtS S fiieJ tlle authorities, auJ were firM
t,ir,,w,r r .,n,t fre. rer.r.b rf.iet not II b.v Protestant Mis.-uti.irv .-oeieUes. i he i-harge t.ons were t.H intcuMo fr other utterance save t. ars, clasped y upon bj the LeiOIU tort. 1 he .Vi.yar.t was struck
yt u "- " " ft"--- - t l ji that the Ameiieaii Jl.-ar.l -never scrupies to semi l.an.ls.
i depend on any one man. His euccwjr retains atrnts in either fort ten or domestic Missions, where f bail
i the sua,- Cabinet, and there will probably be no S-j the Lpiseopal (Jlmrcli or U.e MeUtoutats have been
ii , . . ..I- r r j :J l"'Jore them, is mie that should not be nume with- a:ea
deM.tti .n from the line of loreign ll o;it u:npU. e; idence to support it. No cause will S
domestic policy, which he had marked out. IhejHever be ber.eStod in the end by stica' raih and
t ...v.,i;. ..( .,m.t;f,.U il o,.v.--rnni.'.nr was fi fcTotindles-s aM-rtioL.. The fact is that the Amer-
JZ , ,. , , . 7 i K"u:l 1" atil has alwavs scrupulouslv observed the f
ttnkinly displayed in this great criMd. During y jy of conijtVi'i especially in it? Mission? in the f
the excitement of a civil war, the Chief Majri.s- M Pacitie Ocean. It is in accordance with this prin- j;
l trat,, a f-reat nation ia' stricken down, with- (1 yil,1? l3uit ihe missh.naries of the American board I
ji ..... ... .. -have coiilnied tli.-ir labois to the islands in the
out creating the sligJitest jar in tne working oi j3 x,,nh Paeili
r publishes an article iirie.l l y Carju llutm
atatinu that it is greatly to Kimtatirt's advantage to reu,,'
The Rmj'.im rnbaf.(lir at Homo pave a banquet to Gen.
.'icv leiian. Among ine leasts rn'tK's.-u was one for ih n-..
government, or even disturbing that sensi-
M countrv on esirth, nnlew it 1-e England, cot
;i!ic. leaving the islands in the oitth Pa-
Is ciiic to be evanzelized bv tlieir Knglis.h brethren.
....... ll ri.Ti ... I . i l l ici . .n tn ir.. m -i i-. n ii-mii:
;: tuo barometer, the .Money .Market. .No other M . . --i
i i j ti i..iii .ii tn.i nnfriiLTiiiTii itru'ii ii"i j ,iuiruiii
1U with the London Mi.-sioiiarv oclctv. and a tlenuta
14 h-.io st.irMl so terribl.i a hock without at lea?t a iO Hon was sent Irom these lsiauds to the
C O TZ IVI 23 n C I A I .
j financial revulsion.
notf.s or Tin: week.
' ; - - SATUnn.4T.MAr 13. 1S'5.
Ts Hit of arrivals tf wha!eiat the i-orts in the Hawaiian f
ICand from Mareh 0tn, when the first arrired up to the ll'.a n
tf May, Jt gin ahote, mak lug in ail tj arr.fai i as r.tara rrora. w
' Xearty a:l tte vessels La touch- 1 at Ilooolulit. ' ur !iU ;
far !I.l aol LaLaiaa tae not come to haod. From Measrs. ,
Allen sad Conway we have the Kasra.bae li4t cum p'.-te, with
It exception of the tatche, I y which we find that th'rty-fivs q
vesarts hl tu Led at that port f.r supplies, priacipatly pot- M
From ta cuaal of Cal ftmia we Lave LaJ this spring- thirty- j3
tva vessels, from Iwenty-five it which, we have the r-pord
.l -K ,t , rrri n.lilr. :n iirra.'P if C"j barrels.
From faMrrn ports we Law had thlrteea arrivals, rtevea
bi! caUo U rrp-rte.!, brU.it.t; &37 barrel wtnt'.e o.I aud 1V53 a
iarrrss vparm .U,
The rafch aa rporteil f .r the V. It 2"2 tarrrls cf whale oil
aod 177& barrel spena oil.
Othr arivals are e speck" J from hrrre ports.
S.ace our Li.t we Itave but three arrival of ntrchai.:u
'the larks -T.S. Ptrkint an 1 D. V. Murray, and the bri A'en- jj
SATURDAY, MAY 13.
" Have you beheld
Or hav you rad, or heard or could you thitik f
Or Ji you almost think, although yon see.
That you do see ? Could tl.ui?ht, without thia ol ject,
H-tto such another ? This Is the v( ry top.
The fceiht, or credit, or crest unt. the crest.
Of murder's amis : thi is the .!oodi-:t shauie,
The wi!.l?st savary, the vilest stroke.
That ever wall eye-1 wrath, or st.irlrg raee
Fresettcd to the tears of soft n-tuorse. "
he .Society Isl-
.j ......... i. . i. . 1 .- i : .1. ... :. .? : . . .1
aut( iu collier vvuii lue Liigusii liiissiuuaiies meie.
ft They liad n that occasion a very pleasant and prof
itable nice ting, at which the most frank and cordial
interchange f views took place in regard to the
The Receipt op the News. The D. C. .Vurruy
arrived on Monday afternoon with signals flying at r
, whole subject ol Missions.
It was in accordance with this s
i'tilil tlit Sani'iaii Islands, lravin" that, lield to the
ai half mast. .Speculations were numerous a9 to the I) Lor,dun Missionary Society, and lor the same rea
M cause, and the arrival of the mail boat was awaited i son l!ishop Sehvyn of New Zealand has hitherto
j with ccnbiderable anxiety. Before the boat reached "hilly avoided" all interference with the work of
C; i i i i . .i i u ti the Presbyterian missionaries iu the New Hebrides
t' the wharf bhe was haded a3 to the cause, and when M an1 . xh Ll,yaltv (;roilT(.
H the answer came, "President Lincoln has been assaa- tj Again, why was the scheme of sending a High
nslnatcd," a sudden stillness prevailed, and utter Church llishoj and clergy to Madagascar uban-
l i . , .. i .!,.: i ... uoiiiMi. ii inn 1:1 tnu-i'iice to tin-. Mine mv ui
fr umucuirui, pviiun auu ucspuii niic ucpiuicu upou
every countenance, lhe crowd followed the mai
on 3 ueiei eiice 10 tins siime - ww til
coiiiity ? v The speech of the Earl of Shaftesbury
1,9 ft is exactly in l.oiut. aud cannot be fairly answered.
.! ,. .11 . , .1 ' x fc .1 ...11.1. 1 !
i.M ana r.xpress up to tue ooo-store, ana as soon ss ine I
fa papers were opened they were speedily disposed of to 5
x i . . i .... :.. 1 r. i . o, ....... . .. i
nation paased more suddenly lrutn w f " -"u . (,m,l,;v ,liat tht.y sliould not interfere one wiih an-
t . ...1.4 1 .. it .1 ...1 1 at I 1 aV
eju-ni i.y mc i.tst man oi tne surrenuer ol .Joim
tton's army to bhenoan, the fall of Mobile ami
the virtual extinction of the rebellion, was all
racey th rv. rx. fVMin ax 1 Aarury tntnte cr- m . , . . .
-J s a 7f f , MiL'O I I . ff . .-. if tun .am w.a . a I . a I f
rof Umter-thc i t . Mrra, the tt.ual har. Francaco ? - ... o, iVuv ""' 13 , n.erican Minister Kesident calling upon all loyal M
f":- . g.lamity winch has darkened a whole continent V citi2ena to nieetilt the Fort ytrfcet Church tLe folIoW. H
The tui sa.W on li.e VIU. r r -w ue,ir,M, w. a rreiK:.r. a Wltl. ,no,,rnjnir . ..,.,1 f..ll fr.,,,, ,,... I J
n oU and Liltn.1 pro.Iik.-e, Ifte principal i-ul the Utter Lav-
iuy bn interwle.1 a return freight for the bark Jretie,
Messrs. C. Brewer tt Co", Ibton Line of Pvkets, whit h has
bat arrivevl. The va!u ol th- carjo is J4.!ti.l 71.
The hitltr an 1 f. Murriy are both loajii.f for Saa
i'l'ranciaeo. Th? UlUr .li harU car. day and oiifht. and will t
ba.v on Tl.nr.lay next, wi'h a fall frelt.t atid jaiir r list. .
We clip lh 6il!oirir from Sari Frarn-iso pjrs :
...Ml. Ar.r.1 17.Tr - ny.ii- u.ri.1 m .r k rt Ata.Itf il
ap.l prices are f...-t trtvirft t- an If the bus.s of kI I, at 14a (J3 3
, ISO. It bs n-w tre'ty evktent there wiU be uo gold or coinn.r-
cial panic, but tl.t the decline of soi.1 ail return u sjcie pay.
taenta will be (rraloril. Floor has d--clined tea ents. with a
mutlrrate .bman.l. The wheal market is dull at ICO.'alV).
P rk active; there U an advance at iOr on ntv ni-i. and at 27
c,tl; f..r prime. $24 SO. If Is Me:..ly. Wol iiuprirfinic.
IImIs are in mralrate man.1, with liatht stork. Freights du.l
at 70 for !an Franc i.;o. The supply of loanable funds is at iin
tanl at CtS i rtoi. Foreign kKHiai K ts quiet at l"i u0
100. The falliux off of exports krnls to nustaiu the i,.l'yt-it:o:i.
tiovernment securitii are firm and aJvancing.
-r Slslpa .-Mull
For 5 Faa:j.-o t Ml.Utler and 1). C. Marray. soon.
For W ltwKf I'okts per Kilauea, Monday, May 15.
pout or HouoisTjisU. u. i.
e p;.st tour years, clea::e!. puritlcd aaJ rcinviur ;
from that eveuitul day iu April, 1S61. wkeu iid-
ir.uad RuSia trainin? the first f un on ?urater, " swur.ff the pi-ie I
. ... : . i... ....... : e...i...ltid i.r cn.irv F.
......, -. ..- -- ..- i.i ,.., ., f,; ii .... .
within him, doubted for a mmuent the uitunite result ot tut) "" '." i.u..u.i auiotw.
c-Jiues-t, yet the uews of Lee's surrender was in a measure so j .ie Mohammedan reU-llmn is pnnjressinp mpiaiy.
unexpected and so ni-..-pki.uis, that it tlectrifio.l the Americans N " 8tam r!Ua -wncvurt has been successfully launched.
f Wailtku ; so they gathered together in the school-yard, op- New Tobk, April lft. The Herman la, fron Southampton
posite the store of Juhn V. llavecest, lQ., to whose energy, cu the Cth. rep.rt. that Kichard Colnlen died April 2.1.
combined a ith that of Capt. Ktiuiund WwhI, the meeting owed M The bill br the abatiJouuiei.t of San 1'ouiir.go was adopted by
much of the eclat with which it was attended, pave to the breere M the Spanish Cones. 7
the surs and ft ripen, and beneath il. folds made short but ap- J Nkw Yohi. April 17. The (itv of I!at,morr 1 !v,riKol
propriate speeches and sun? patriotic t-onps. HeiiiK .lestKute i 5th yut.cU,wn, 6th, has arrived, iler sulvices are one dae
of ordnance of aiiy description, aud detern.iued to turn some s4 ,HU.r The Madrid papers state Una the lVuuuese Uovernme-it
powder at least upon such aa ocension, a couple of anvils were ha,, acce,ied to ttie American Minister's demand for the i.
procured, loaded aud discharged one bundreit times. The ex- H ,Dovat of the commander of Fort Itelem. for firinif Into the X,T
plosions of this novel Fpecies of artillery were heard ""!" H y4r,i ifter Uie falml Commander had signaled him that h.
neighboring villages of W aihee and Waikaru. lutei tis, bnl- un,Ui-stoxl his summons. The pirate .vAenaaJoaa was still at
tiantly lit, were Lunir in the trees, and s tiung across the road Ma,mrm. on Keb. 2ikl. Capt. Waddell, ttireatens to rei-art
from Mr. Havecost's store to that of Mossman i Co., giving to & Kielmiond the conduct of the minil..;.n .,i,Vi,iM
and the immediate PUrr.uuJin.-s a picturesque U i .... t of urnish his vessel will . aunnhea.
tidings of W ........ '. ,
The joy created by the
n,,.l .,.,:..... I o ... .... r . .. .r.
the sjwedv termination of the American war. was not, on the M -' Y"K.K' A'ril li The following U additional intelli
occasion .'f which I urn writing, confined to Americans alone, f- !.''' ,r"' urope, per steamer i uropa .-
Those of other nationalities who i-ympathUe.t with us the M 1 he W ett India mail steamer arrived with over two and a
sturdy tier.i.ais and the vivacious hoiis of Frauce came tr- H 1"tt'0' millions m specie. Mie also brought severat CaiHains
ward and shared iu the kener..l outburst of delight, and did all $j of blockade-runner, whose oe.-oimtion were gone,
iu their power to give the tn'-et-'n? spirit and effect. Nor must ll l' "tat.il that Napoleon will leave Paris early in May. not
I omit to mention the enthusiasm with which the natives en- 'fi returning until November, his physicians having rocoiiimunded
tered into the spint of the occasion. As soon as they learned ti seven months absence m the country.
the object of the meeting, large bidiesof theui gathered in the K Iu th,) nlloeution dehvered at Uie Ust consistory, the l'ope
roads about the school -house vard, and, after each salvo or the r". expressed his surprise and sorrow at the sad events which have
unspeakable artillery, that would make fpinola "stare and recently fiken place in Mexico. Ills Holiness hoped that Msi
gasn," sent no, not a shout, but a deep, prolonged roar, that Ki n'll1"u' w''u 1,1 hndon t he course un which he hud entered,
mad-; the welkin rioc and startled the echoes in the glens and H n,n'1 satisfy the just desirs of the Holy See. The furtlier
ravines of West Maui. Anioni; the speeches made during the lu "o or ine vatiionc worm, and especially
c as the lues' felicitous, from W l"usc 1,4 4l'y. 4,,c ueienmng ine religion and liberty of Uie
j v uuiL-ii uevpiie ine uccrees oi uie secular aullioriUes.
the height of joy and triumph to the lowest depths i al,out in si'encc with moistened eyes, meeting one an- J
of affliction, tha'n did the American i--ople during 0,,jer with silent, firm gra?p of the hand, which m
the 14:h and 15th of Lt-t month. Tlie neWg told the story of a heavy Borrow laid upon them which M
fi the tongue was unaoie to utter, a he symjiathizers unoilier
Kj with the South kept a lespectful silence, with one or vard. m
ri . . . . ... ri i .. . . f
J isn niiaernlte rxeer.tinnn. which met with a nn it H "Hi wiiai Milir lleluMlOor ! uotnir. liiai is contrary 4
, bs to the received principle of missionary operations."'
1 l ie-tone i;i hich l'ishop ."laley asks where the r
In the course of his remarks, the noble Karl aaid
"there has been hitherto reeognied among all mis-
fi sioiiaries in the i'rotestant denomination a kind of
other, unless it could be clearly proved that a lield i
was shamefully ill-worked, or tliat there were heret-
leal doctrines taught, or that mischief was being
M done instead of good. As to niterlei iug one with
uinisr.ng yourseu into anoiner man s vine-
not atieiidiiio- to voiir own, but ever spvuiir
two miserable exceptions, which met with a qui
f rcible rebuke. Posters were at once issued by
Society for Propagating the" dospcl entered into t
f! Tl V wiwl. t -r.1 1 . 1 ... . -t l.-llh lb. ...-...... n f. i- i .-, . .f 1I.I--T..1.-
Li v....w .....I iuv. ir'ici -iii'i'i iiii.ji p.
1 ins day at noon, aud reuuestine that tLev wear crare 1 ar.v associations, savors too much ol the spirit of f-
uf A vzunl !U weep. All who love Freedom, of every U for thirty days. As soon as official notice was given M UV " :NV l,h w,t11;, TV ,.n,,P)J
p , .. ....... H 6 -j o. tne principle in question does not apply to t
a. race and nationality, will mourn for Ilon. st Abra- li at the Foreign Office notices were issued to close all iA the .Missions of tl.e ( iiurch of Kome. IV.r that church
eveniiiL'. the one wliich struck me
the happy blending of humor and wit, was made by a sparkhng
son oi tne " via I'oimmon. - I'uuig ns ucihci., m- "i".o
was greeted with frequent bursts of applause. The North and '-,
K.. w 1. ..n:i .1... - 1 l.;.n .,r ,a aluru ,,r
.11 .vii.ij, .am nit (ivn fctr. , . ..i.i.uoi uiu. v. ... . " . -
bull and the steam-t limine. The bull, young, vigorous and full
of life, happening tn stray upon a railway track, saw a train
come tearing along towards him. The bull, havi.ig never seen
anything of the kind before, concluded the engine was his en
emy, and immediately placed himself in a pottr.re of defeuce ;
so with tail up. head down, and flaming eye.be awaited Uie
right moment, and then charged the engine full tilt. It Is need
less to narrate the fate of the poor bull. The engineer, who was
an Irishman, gated sadly upon the remains of the once stalely
animal, and thus apostrophized it: ' My gnlUnt chap, 1 con
save a very high opinion of your bravery ; but, by mi sowl. I
have a very poor opinion of your judgment." The speaker y
then likened the youth in this contest t, the Mill. All must
conceive a Idsrh opinion of their gallantry and courage, but a
........ ...... . f , n,.!.,.., t'
... I"-... ...It ... .... .1 ........ . - Jt
... - ... ... TV -J --o. iin- i'i nil line in qiiCMiou uuen ll'M iipl'iv Hi f
race and nationality, will mourn for Ilom st Abra-1?' at the Foreign Office notices were issued to close all the Missions of tl.e Church of Kome. lor thuUhurch
hum Lincoln, tbo Savior of the (Ireat I!ejtiblie, government offices, and that the oUchls wear crape regards l'rote-tantisiii sis a toul-de: troying heresy, t
th- IJU-rator of f,ur millions of elaves. the poor tl for fourteen days. Posters were also. issued stating 3 ' 'v ftvtl out everywhere like heathenism ur I
..... .... .... li.. . ,.. , ... , , , hi; Maiiometamsm. It lbhop Malev- and his patrons t-
man s friend, and willtteem bis death a common Sj t4,at service would be held at the Keforrued Catholic - Knoiond take that o-i.in,l ilu-n their e. ure is
calamity t.i the human race.' Never was any Fi Temporary Cathedral on Xuuanu street at half-past N justifiable. H
B. F. CHLERS,
Fort Street. Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
TO Is EST.
Livrnrooi., April 1. The Timt, to-day, has an editorial on
tli amended Tariff law of the United States, and says it is im
jMsihle to find an excuse for it. Tried by the light of reason,
or by the results of experience, it is alike condemned, and .
ironically credits the framers of the scheme with peculiar wis
dom in seiecting the first of April for its inauguration.
IIAWAIIM PAfKET" ME FI
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Wiu. AV. WILblSSTOX,
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will have dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
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Stores, with r,
President of the United FtateH mourned for a"s 6; 11 'c!"ck' wuIcl1 was wel1 attended
deeply as ho 1ms been, for no other one has been Lul a vtrjr feW "P1"10"'. close-1 by J o'clock,
' and several places of business and dwellings were
draped in mourning. Eveiy flig was flying at half.
j;..o ol Fort and Merchant streets, thus far occupied by Mr
Jiiv!iL J- II- Wood. Apply to
4tfvot tn. HOFFSCHLAKGKlt & PTAPKNHOUST.
C. MURRAY, and
WALKER & Co.
BROOKS .t Co.
purely a representative of the cause of the oi- Kj
.. . - ;
TirthAd. nr hns nbod LI 1.1.-.. I na .. n- 1:1
l , - .... J . . v- . . ill... IV! IU 1111 a . , ., , , ., , ,
.... . J K -nast, some heavily draped with crape. A solemn
erty. History will do jutiee to that great char- 13 ,.;,.
oct-r. w peetu.arly Aim-ncan, to hi. pure and g 0Ii lLe (Ieath cf Hl3 Iate 5Iiljc9tJ At noon a large
unsclfush patriotism, Inn unauectcd modesty, his 3 audience assembled at the Fort Street Church, among
more than Iloman simplicity, his elevation above which were the Hon. E. II. Allen, Chief Justice of the
all party prejudice, his magnanimity and goner- j Supreme Court, their Excellencies the Ministers c-
osity to his enc-mie., and his incorruptible integ- Finance and the Interior, their Excellencies the Gov
rity. Never were these noble traits more finely t ernors of Oahu and Maui, and several representatives
displayed than iu his iate inaugural, the conclud- fe t foreign governments. Mr. McBride, American
TTtr?. - T7 rttsi . f-.tn , nnn trk.l Ua ,nnr.t I - . rat. . C
words of which are " worthy of being written p
-n letters of gold :" With malice towards none, H
t Schr Mannokawai. Slarrhant. from liana.
r. 8 Am bark N.J. Prrkin'.llobinson, from Pui-et Sound.
T S Am bark IK C. Murray, Uennett, 19 days from San
Francisco, with mdse to Atdrich, Walker it Co.
Si'chr lnnee, ll iifi. ld. from Hanalei.
10 Steamer Anniff I-iurie, VlitrhrT", from Kotoa.
11 Am wh bark Sophia Thornton, Tucker, frc-m Ka-
12 gchr Helen. Kinney, from Mai ko.
1 Schr Moi Keiki, Nai-ta. from Kahului.
4- Schr Moi Kane. WMt-nr. from Kahulul.
. '1 ?hr Il ir.nah. Anton-, fr- m Nawtliwili.
12 Am brix Kentucky. W illisston, M days frria If nm
bo'a Uay, with 1 ao.b r to AUlrich, Walker 4r Co.
f the Church
n with charity for all. with firmn. r-'rrht ft a solemn and impressive prayer was offered by the Fj
I.O...l:l.M MrSrMnr frnm Win,Ur.l I'.irti. 15 ' Tl .. , . . . . ......... P.I
i-Ar-Vt. . UV. Vuiw from Ki-aihae. f g4 to the right, let us strive on to U ueT' 1 " iM,u0U' 31r' McUr,ae ,ncn rented the
7 Amwh .hip I'-tm Cuirmtiigs, 1-icgs.from Kawaihae. 3 finisb tb wnrlr ta-. .ir fn j.t.i u ...: ...... E Uon. E. II. Alleu, who addressed the audience at some
Zl'r kZXVT1' I wounds, to care for him who shall Imve borne the ft le,,eth on the c,1"as,er of Mr' L!nColn- wI'h H ;;,nV'"!,I.1.i,,le iV..11""
r , I ( , w ...J I. am i i .-k rannt V 1. M I. . T 1 II f . f w J J " - ' "
S. V. XOHEA. H.
NGHEA & BBVINS,
PAINTllltS, (. LAZIKltS AND FATE It
To disiuove t!;e existence of such a law. Pi
. . .... i
4 fctalev releiM to the Indian hi ui ore. where the bishops p
of the Ilstablihed Cliureh have not protested airaiust f
vj other deiioininatioiis entering the lield. I wHl not f.
M IiuijI ..ri tti. l"i..f lliit Pn.-rli.l. ...i.i .ri.i;.-..-. t, z1!j I .
.14. ..- 1 ..... .... W ..... C .......1. ..... ..... 11.... I . .I..?- - -
ij senters wen: laliorinc; iu the lield of India long be- r".
2 fore the Church of England. For the idea of corn- p
1 paring the vast continent of India with its l.'ii) mil- t-;
ili..iu..r l.l, .1 1 1 , ,r- .1 itl th.. liltl.. to.l.l in tl
li amis, hears i's aosunlily on its face. 1 here is am- f art, with dispatch.
3 pie room in that great empire for each society to f-
laoor iu us own ueiu. wmioui luieriermg in me
I:? i:.i.. . . .1 .. :.i. .1 . e .i.
RMiUrSllr wiiu uie opeiatioua oi aay oiuep i, CORUKt;T TiiK PKRO.VKOI S IM
J Society. If pressioi; that Phutiv;r:iphs are not taken as cheap as at
4 As was befori' remarked, the ouestion is not h?1 any place in the city.
!..!.. t . k ..... t i!.. . . a- l . t . . l-w 1 '..rl..d .IH icifu -" v 1 Atiin a OUiMil ibivan fis tl P;
I SAX FRANCISCO!'
1JKG LKAVKTO INFORM M
the residents ol Honolulu and others tcj
that they have opened their in
Hotel St., near IT. Wood's residence,
wliere they will receive all orders, and S'j
execute them in the highest style of tho
-1 HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
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amis, unconnected with any church, but rather 'JJ
whetlier among GOO millions of Pagans, there could f
f a Uishop and six
or interferino; with fj
fruits of other men's labors. Hut what Mr. Venn, li
marKs, loilowcd by music irom the Choir; alter which F not be lound work enougti lor a Uishop and six Li
tl iire.-Iiyters. without destroving or liiterlerino; with FJ
tlie lruiisol other men s labors. J.utwhatMr. enn. I
Mission Sfci- !-
Post t i flee
H tin- honored Secretary ol
j ety, says of Romanism i
Bv SAN FRANCISCO."
II. IJ. VilfliJlj. a, "ljL
Vignettes, $8 per dozen; a second dozen for $4.
Large Photographs for 5; duplicate copy for 1. t;S
ptciniens can be teen ut the Oaliery next door to the m
t i nitw li
THE A 1 CLIPPER. BAUK
in the following passage, is
by whatever name li;
battle, and for hi widow and his orphans; to do 7 mU"1C C ThC ReV' Mr'
all which may achieve and chemh a just and last- & CorwiD' raslr f .,he church' then dtliTercJ
- , , , . , . .. rJ M"eni nun toui-suriiug eermon, which was listened
ing peace among ourselves, and with all nations." M , . . , ., ... t. , .
ii-u t i .1 ii . , , M to in breathless silence until the close, when the feel
Hardly had these noble words ceased to fchoH o.a ,,.,;.. w,..,.....
i,7 ofc J " uiauv; uiubc mi in iu u, iimiiiier wnicu
.MIT Ol vipfi.fr .
his far-seeing jj
tliroilffl tlie l;:iTiltiil when in rb r.f .Tot. f'l
W n -i Iia tro d r.rrvivin. .as. ....v !.: . r.. - .... r H r j
... .j, IUB iar-seeu.g, Aftr tbe Leneiictiorl ,,y the JeT Mr. pKmou tfae
7 Ati h sh p ttenj Cunirntne'. Frifg-, for Arc.it-.
a-S..'hr H'-leii. Kiooey, 1. r .Maiiko.
8 S. hr M i Keiki. N .p- U, for Ksi.ului.
S Sehr Moi Wahine, Kiili'm,f. r Kotoa.
0 Am rhip Asia. IJ lri.lir. f. - New Italt rJ.
10 tchr I'rinc-, llatnebl, fr r llanatei,
lt Schr Kfnll. Crane, f r Kona and Ksj.
10 Pi-tir Mary. Nika. for Anahol.
T Scbr Acuc, K ipoahi. for Maatea Bay.
TO ?ehr Necie M'-rvill, Fouitam. f r Lai.ainaanl Ml-
10 IUs'ii mU bri Virt. r.s. Fish, for Arctic.
..Tina r .. 1 1 . rt.riT. l" - . .
j .au? iW4 c.c imwiwu oi tne country, and in , mPp,:nir diPrved: ThP rhnrd. .wir ..-.i
the greatness of his heart to offer an amnesty to i'J with the large silk fiag of the Legation draped with
his enemies, he wns stricken dow n by the bullet $ hlack. Over the desk was a portrait of Mr. Lincoln
- id draped in mourning. The balance cf the day was
lien true reli'noii I 'i
' o ft
m h is be. n once established, llomauism can extend
itaelt, because it is essentially a declension from the 'f
1 triti h. and it -offers to partially awakened consciences
an easier religion and one more accommodated to fc?
S .1 . . - . ..... . , , I-
j ine crav ings oi iuneu nature. v nen u is aaopteu p.3
as ail engine of .state, and can unsheath the sword H
m of per-iicuiioii, it can triumph over all opposition.
i Hut Popery cannot joant or propugate itself in
J lands where true religion has not first been intro-
The above passage may help to explain why the
j Romanizing teciion of the Church of England pre- St
1 fers to f.'dlow where others have prepared the way '?
t rather than to enter itself upou tlie rough pioneer
i Willi." I.f Ii-i:iP til tin. Ii.-:i t iioil A j f..l lb.. I?ci-!i1
remarks of Mr. Allen and the t-ermon of Mr. Corwin h invitation, which is so often refern-d to. it, loses a
kj great deal of force from the admitted fact, that it
was j.ror.iral from tlie late King by representations
i from England.
L coacryeu in tue same sun, eoitmu manner which
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N. T. 1IENNKTT, Commander.
Will have dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
RTIOR S A Li 12 BV
fX SM ALL TINS. FOR SALK I!V
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3T O T.I.C DS I
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I'z Vgorxts rtt San icranoisco
for HAWAIIAN PACKET I.IN'H,
Messrs. Chas. W. Urooks & Co. 416-
Am lark N. ?. Perkins. Robinson.
Am bark I. C. Murray, Innett.
Am bark W hitW. Coin. Paty.
Am bri Kntneky, W illistn.
lliwl riic M"niin ?tr. James.
Tci yacl.t Themis, Il.vih.itn.
Fvatn!as Faaartso per I. C. Marray. Mar S M!iMi
Iron. IMci rails-, r tea. 1 11.- .letnym. Ci5 cs otd torn, 5
pkj Cud Sr. err, 34.000 brick. 0o m shii.cl. Hi ti'i-1
f.-p. lil rmpty barrets. C s-;rks rr.a'.t. 10 c wii.e. 3 c prrsiial
ff:. 3 sewins; inachtae. Z'l empty ca. I20rsksale. 107
r and S qr rsk Ilqaors, 10O bb's lane, inyil ft boards, 1 bvikr,
I cask crockery.
frrra TiatT pr N. S. TVrkirs. May 3 ieC.43 ftrt
roujth board. 10,1" ft Sir-r:: g. IISJ M shins'.e 7i5 pi.-kets.
rived at: that there was a total want of discipline
cu roara tne snip, wnicn euouiu be brought to the
'For yw Brrr r per Asia. Msy 9 cks and 119 pkc
wha. od ;l04 (alts.) IS ck spena oil (UAlSo c;...) 1
rk e.ieoaout iSSiO f il's.) 10 bor.dW wh b.io (Z.Z2& is.)
11 brtl sbisli, lOii Li b, 125 bucdlrs '-a. skin. 11 tons ruai.o
t kriis iKtcar. Z bis nnpect&ed sad'. 1 cs cnr.oitie. 1 balr
wool (CS'5 lNs. 1 rk srrm oil f.vts. 1 bs 97 pkfs old
cnenprwitioa (VS.591 !!.'' pkts old cepper (ilTS lbs.) ft galls
fiisksy, 10 hMs beef, 10 tM flonr.
Valoe rT Ooc-Uc rro.loee i S2i "1
Vain of FTHgn Prol ie j.07 02.
"Vara of Tranhfppr4 fX.01 00.
T PASS EX G F.itS. 7
Fmm Fsicrsro per !. C. Mirny. My 3 Hon K II
Allen, lady, child and servant, Mrs J U Ricljinls ar.d chill.
ti Jt Perk. O W UouVI. Mr arid Mrs Lowenhayn. J Calia
baav, J II Parsons, Sirs Vernon and daughter, VV A AI trlch.
Mr an.l Irs Panlmryrr, Missj Fhiilip. 5Ir and Mr Wmslr.w
and chil.L Miss Wms'iw, T lias KueUcrie, J Guilds, M Fenard,
J Dojer. VT Eassell. J Wrb h ."0.
der of .TuliuF Ca-ar until now sovereign? have re-
rnfit..Uv ln n 4n c.io:i t.-l f ir virir.no s.11 10.3 Finf
' , . , , . ' . E-i notice of the Admiral of the station
never unuer circumsutncee 01 equal atrocity, ine t
nearest approach to it was the assassination off
of a cowardly assassin
inis atrocious murder and the fiendish attach fej marked the forenoon. We are uaable to publish the
on the beeretarv of State, are both r.roved to h.tv.
- 1 l-.r 1. .. . 1 . . 1 . . . ,
Wen in pursuance of a regularly organizcl plot to 'Ul VttUl uul uot'e lQ uo so wcek' S
assasinate the President, the Vice President and ' rrrAr.TtRE or the 44 Cuo."-On Saturday last,
tho whole Cabinet. This diabolical plot reveals '- II. U. M. ship Clio sailed. The night before she
a. - as. .
to us in an its deformity the malignant spirit of h"1 left, another insult was given to the U. S. Legation,
thi rebellion. It is the cruwnin" net of infimv H
of that dark Power of Evil, which hria sought the
V.. tl. .n'a l.'fa wl.tnt. . C it..
"- f ......... . .. w Utllll.l 11. lil'. , J O- O . " .... ....... , , ,. ... . -
, , , .. Pi ,u 11 r ,, . ... , , fe; of the Apostolical .SuerM'ss.on. to convey to men the
Senate ChamVr, which buried wounded men alive H lhe John IJrowi4 'onZ with a chorus somewhat pr:icP (;0(l ,iiror,gh tll). Sacraments, what more
at Fort Pillow, and which has murdered tens of fj different from the original. A part of the mob h can they need? And like Kh-hop Soalhgate, he
thousands of Lravo men by slow torture and btar- H s,0rPed Lcfor th Legation and used language too & )Vu;!1,1 s,,,;,Vr the right hand of fellowship
vati.n in tho horrible ,J of Andersonville and j rhaps C7 oZ
ijaliiburv. and in the Libbv I'ri.n. H l"c '"'"K "uw" tM l"c t!n W! on,J 3 1JirK lHit LV l.raut. the ap. siie of the Ni-toriar.s.or to the trulv
T - , , .. , . t , tj from what has since occurred we believe it to have venerable l.r. KiiiiX of ( ireee-, or to that noble band
In vain wc search the annal., o! history for a g tccn ft dtlibratc .,, intent5onal in5aIt From all K at Constantinopie. whr- are loved and revered by
parallel to tnis monstrous crime. I rom the mur- J.1 that has taken rlace. but one coneii!on ran Ln w. li n!l I'.vangeltcal l. hnstians m I-.ngland as well as u
l he Christian public will understand the spirit of
" the l.i.-hop's iillu-iori to the efforts made to revive
t. Chrisrin nifr rTiioirr liie .l.-o-i--,,'!...! .hiivehi.c ..f tin.
hieh frirfnn In!.' tho Minioliii. I'no! 1n.,t .1: I ... tl . . , " .
. . v.. . , i..uoii, in. i noi a, j.asi. in Lis; view I ley are not uroiier o oeets lor
-J . . . . ? .. . . ,r ,. ' . , -1 . .
ti near. .. nn o oi t-auois ana cuicers went through P' missionary euort at tin. l ossossing. as ttiey claim,
the streets singing 44 Tho Bonnie Clue Fla" an J Fi l4'ff"lar priesthood, who are authorized by virtue
.VIC jurpii' -I, rail's fi.tti I , 1.1 A I I IM T IT ff t f . .
; to furnish I AMILILF, RESTAURANT?, A.C., with the l-st S 4":s 4 n"j -
K- quality of L 4oS- ALDRIf'II, WALKER & Co.
- Vvorv T.venincr ut R oVlorlc. I. M.. nnrl rprv Vnrnmi. " 1 ' '"
P-i 5 o'clock, A. M.
Ilieh t.'ir.irch accent, to loader the reformat!
I '. . 1 v - . ,.., . . . . .
.vr.r..D Pnnrrrnivc. Ti.a ., v -r,- .v.. y..-. LT tin- ;e-tonans, ana oisiion .ouincate s un
i Ainei icn.
ijj 1 h'-se who have tracr.l the history r.f Mission? in
r the 1a-t will reaieniber the efforts of Mr. Hadsrer. a
C. McCA.DS:88 aV Co.,
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JL the highest market tirice for
t VoStd ion svx,ii:
?j -AT THE
liadger. a frl .
ion among ,
fe attempts to justify the cruel persecution of th
fanatic in the employ of Philip 11. cf Spain. B midshipmen were in daegtr of au assault from par-
Yet, important m was the lif-j of William of U tIPS cn shore-
ii -ii" w-- n fi. . . ' w m a 3 . . ---- . - . . . . ... v,... v k .i . .
miarn iTince oi urange, in !..-, ny n religious p, ieu. a report was carriea on coara mat some of the hi Protestant Armenians bv the infamous Patriarch I? Pmptiy attendel to.
Pv Mattecs. We are glad to know that Lis policy K '
Cnon learninir it. the officer in phirf-o h u",l? repudiated by hi own church, an.l that the
t iiiirrn .Missionary r.cietv alter a tna oi t ,;ttv
t j" . t -v i M - lJ 4i 1 j-1 nnl on a rwt-v - cr V a vr m ,1 H. f fr-
I IrlTl Tl T. T llsl BI'rri'M fi T T rrt lltrfl 1 I . i3-. r I I r A V l l V. sJl I'.u i.ti .v. 4 j IV V'l DUUlCi UU'l 3UU14 lUf i 1- s -1 - .
ecclesiastical authorities or by their approbation, 1 1
and adopted the opposite policy. f j
3 It is not truo that the Amen an Board is hostile !
ir . i.. ... i ... . .
ocrupieil no ficli rcx-rewntative position as the p "' were IanUeu' 'Wlt,, clubs, and rmrched to the sixteen years" experience, have given up the etb.rt Si
' wnt iana i r vi f j i o s t hr v? invn A r s tii. rin. inn r r 1 . . . cnurTu.j r r t rur t .i-.-iiotM t 'n -m t :
v'-ixi-'tnaiii.-..' uiu itu s" itLiiii iuii'il;ii UU U f j
M t . aT 1 - t T V . .
great Emancipfltor, nor was his death an event c v.anwngnr. wnere seme oi tne
P t 1 aT a.M a - t T w
; vniinir iti pri wrrr. nnn irnm mpnrp in mp i.ririrk i n
Ration. TLe rumor arose from the fact that pome
pnch rorld-wide significance
T f is f!fv ta In forr.rflf tkfl -1 .-i T .Ttn. a . I Psii-
. 1 t, . , , Sj fonr young Americans had made up their mind9 to
lueuco m i vriijiiiinguiiauiipanii.eicucriine. xmt try and step tbe singing of the middies. Was not P the most fraternal relation with th- Church Mis-8-.
to Epi-eopacy as ueh. It has alavays maintained
Ofleis ITox Sale
V I L, P A V
HARD SUGARS, AND
First and Second Molasses!
'.yiTU Oli WITHOUT CONTAINERS.
ALPUICH, WALKLK At CO..
ta w ar
j pRiCK norxn ix calf, ss;
PRICE UOUXO IX 1-2 MOROCCO, 0.
tverv one sii'm 1 nave this hook bv them for reference. t i r nrrTrn -v n Ks-rm r w-rt-r-
J-en.l your crb-ri from the other islands arid they will be fi W jWkXXl. Tl t"l JTJL:XXi.f JLJtl. X 1U1N
ri T1RfF XOW COMING IX AXI FOR SALE
? in Quantities to sua rmri-hnwr. bv
4tJH-3tn A LPKICH, WALKKR. Ar UO.
g Sugar and Molasses
i r.o.M tiii:
v.t.O.-iT.1 th.. Vili.iii .1.-W1.L.1 tbtj f.:i-.t. l.---., ill lh lan.linc nf tho men an
, u. ........ miu.'i . . i . .- Wllivic llivuu .V u - e- -" v.v.u ..it . , , .-i
nastor. t'f tn .Ipi.r r.f t,.. .n.-.rmitr f $t n breach of neutrality. M ican la.isc .pal Church
1 . " , - M rians Ji is been able to reform that church without
treason, and to the nccc&ity of thoroughly ester- N Si-dmn; I'cath. A native ciilor and a boat-boy. U seriously disturbing its ancient ecclesiastical cm-
insult to this Government t? sionary ."-nciety. and with the Missions of the Amer-
ty. 5 ican Ihuscopal Church. Its Mission to the Xesto
minatir.g that system of oppression und barbarism iC both uuJer the influence of liquor, were sparring on K --tiTuTio-i.
which ha? 1-een the source of nil its troubles. j the beat-wharf on Wednesday aftoruoon, in apparent j 0f Vilnor
Probably Gen. Lee and others, who have fi gocd-humcr, when the sailor walked away a few j epi-c .paov
broken the most solemn oatl.s, and whose hands Ti ster and fell down deal. A post mortem was held tiiication with fiod dependent oa priestlv oilices
are yet red with the noblest blood of the North, b rd. Hoffman and McKibbio. at tbe station fk' M'i,b V"ri"
would otherwise have been fCte.1 bv their U house anJ the cause C4'a found to be rupture cf a " ' "'jto be eont-nnei.
church government are comparatively
nportance. 1 he et.ntrover.-y is not with
paoy. out witii inat system wnicu niaKes ja-
Corner of Queen and Fort Sts,,
KimiT May 1. on b.vir.1 of bark Sunbezm, cS Uar.olala.
Then.a Rattery, of Fcc'.anJ, ae.l yrars.
CTTSaCH la thi city, of consumptiiin, on th 10th !nst.,
John Cattanarh. arj year. A native ef Ftfrln, Scotlan 1,
bat tor the last nine years a resident pf this city.
Violence in San Francisco.
ThTMwsr.f the assi-r.atn c f the President Cft'ie.l rrea
exeitewent in San Francisco, which culciir.ate.1 in the Jsrruc
tion of several phntimr rCices and ciajh itaroijie to rthers.
At . P. M.. on the 15th Apiil. a erow.l of persons proceted
to th office of the Democratic t'rtst. ana before the Police
conij interfere, everything ennnectej with Ue priritii.rf Jepart
meTit was destroyel. The escite.1 erow.l next went to tlie office
cf th iff if .titer, where considerable .lamaee was done. Tl.e
arrival cf: he Police saved the oftwi from entire ilernol.tion. Thr;
d snove ma-Ie nx for the Monitor, the otSee t f which was
ar bi!Ty il am aired, the P.li.-e, as in the previous ce suvinif
it frtsn l-s:rnctlen. A Lur crowd then pathered before the of
fice of L'Echo 4a Paeiiie, and but I r tbe Interposition t f the
Pilice ami other, it w.iutd have been att.vtce.1. As a supple
tortitary demonstration, two other r.fSces. the Occi Until and
jL' Union Amtricaine, were entirety trutte.1. Ey the eaert.as
of th Police in eor.j -taction with the Federal and State military,
rler was ftcatly restored.
The Alt cf the 16:h ssyst "I.i't nipht the Provct Oaar.l.
acting ux-der orders from Uca. rsl McUcweU. torscally seized, in
t nam erf th rnited ?t t. th fiKewins; newspaper of2es :
A'jCcA 4 Pacifamt, Monitor, Jfevs f.ttttr and Democratic
l'J a l s .
n,nr,Prbead adralrera ,ron in Vortbprn ritipi .i mooa-vesse.s in tne long?
a m it a m-. - . a L..S v a, a- . i a. a 7 . a . f -
They will hardly venture now to offer such -iprinTCBS or Her Majestt akd 5rrTr-netwppn ! Steam Fire Excise. A subscription list is row
an insult to a nation in mourning. The wild twelve and cne o'clock cn Saturday last, Tiite a con- '8 circulated for the purchase of a new Ere en-
cry ior vengeance wuicu ran- out iiirougn tne fj course or spectators assembled upon the esplanade to $
country at first has died away, and calm but witness the departure of Her Majesty. The ship ctast
mejkoraoie jumicu ui 1 ni'-iru t'ui 10 11. jj runt- a enemy a.itr nut o Cioca. t e wisu Jier .Majesty
27X31 jS CAROO !
Sugar & Molasses !
0?w0.1S S; PLATATIO.
CROP XOW COMING IVAXI) FOR SALK
in quantities to suit purchasers br
4-ytu ALIiKICH, W'ALKLR &. CO.
ringleaders of the rebellion, and treason will
highest crime under the Unib-d States flag
As f.-r the President
at a more favorable time
We hope enough will be fubscribed to pur-
se a steamer
Qcick Passage. The Dreadnought, hence with a f
cargo of oil, arrived in New Bedford in 52 days. m
? token. Capt. Kinney, of the schooner Helen, Ik ue mmon l at the r.ethel.
' tn-marrr.w. & wrrnrn on the .Ipath r,f I rpet.ipr t I -n - rJJ
. S. lTilRKTISrS ! I
pleasant voyages and a safe return.
"h- spoke the American brig. Utrra Scott, i n the Lahai t-1 to-m
he could not have died ii r. , . w. . , , . , . . . , ; rfv
Channel, last haturday, from Tahiti, bound to Stn LI c0-n-me
fr r.if own lame.?!,. ., . A . "
" U'i Francisco, with a caro cf oranirpfl.
Four years agj lie found the government tlis-;j f KJ
armed, bankrupt, and swarming with traitors p ; 2T The Honolulu Hiflcs, under Captain Hassin- A
a, w .war. V n -. , . f T.-nv.nt.. xa Ta.3 I T 1 aT 1 . 1
evcrv uerartment. lie aitcrwaras l rougut , ivl i uai i..:. c.ui.n4 i-u (orj ic an. unu, m i an s
order out of chaos, crushed the most gigantic
. 1 .a-i
rcoeliioii tne vroria ever taw, wireu tr.e oiot
..C !-irorr rr.-.rri T Ii tSCIlt eli.i ,tl f.l tli. 'hi ill r.t if. V- "
v-. ...... ---
Tne ITilauea will resume her trips to windward j.
JUST RECEIVED BY D. C. MURRAY I
Consisting in part of
I IXCII nOARDS, ROUGH
1 INCH HOARDS, I'LAXKI). TOXfJl'EI)
ASSORTED SC A XT LING
CEDAR AND REDWOOD SHINGLES
Ancl the usual Variety of
was again electel by unparalled acclamation r! rar Several very interesting enrnmunieitinns are 17ERY sitpeuior JAPAN TEA, IX
... e . ... -..t i.r. : . - r i. ?o . , -M AM RP WoXFS. l"rti-i
us . niei .tiagiairnev , in i iru i "oe .u u.e trowiiei out unin tifit sees. r 45, y "'AVinor;
4; SUILDSNC tVsATERIALS.
SSiGASt 6c .VSOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
463-3m ALDRICII,VALKER & Co.
For SSnle !
l.. iiip ahfiut to leave the Knictuin
rA 4. offers for sale the well known
-LLxlA- Hor C R C I S K R."
HnriiCk. Saddle find lirldle.
ALSO One Verv Superior Covered MNT1LK IlL'Ofit snd
One OPEN WAGON, ail of wl-i- h will be s. li together or sepa
ratlv. Inquire of
17 .rt C I. KICHARrS - o