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SJTLfiOjr, Jl'.VE 13. ll'.l.
b ' o it Ui we iare !s rtp'.rt the arr.ra! cf the A:ccr.:s
Carter Yp r-mftc .r.d IVruT.o e'-fprr fomf
tvt:imv it! Peru .. 1. K-n San Frinc:f r. an-I the
Atcerr..:: rir. Cj-ni.-i-f,- f. ..;.,r a. OTe .r. Ttedp:.r
tr t;a t:.e Ax'.r.a: tark, Snmiilt cf the !Iii .i:
Pa- art Li-e, r.l C? Arsr:Cir. tat Cone! cf tte F-tr
Iij-rch L;r. f r 3 I ra&c. ---. tie Air;ci cl (.ir,fc'P
'4 :.' f r J:.. t Iil.-.d. ac-! t;.r Pruv,a c. f ir sh:?
fW;-i- Mz"tim.j itl Peru A a 1.. f.r Hone ng-
t SMTHDAY, JL'.i: 10.
Dcring the pas: few weeks we have received
the cews cf the cap halation cf Richmond and
Petersburg, the surrender cf MAile, ar.d the
hjirg down of arrue cf the armies cf L-:e,
cd fe : i c 1 1 trimming policy aro checked by ! timr-iy dr.-.ught of summer Thn ugh fill those Jr ary p r, put such stiill iu Silt book. The Bishop was in-
the recollection that the true yeomanry d months f a Syrian summer no cloud intervenes to Ljrmod of all these fict-, yet could not legist the
Tie 5T,y,:...v carried. th oter r,-,,. ;3.ix fiai5 Juhn3ton, Morgan, Dick Taylor ar.d Jeff Thomp-
"l"t-r- TlCom'Yl??;mJ: ' . e murder of minted Lincoln, and las: of
i4'r a.-.l 1., a-? g, :;-. t.--.::i, r-tk.-r a total of ! c:?,27S - , ....
P:ti..'jra-1 f)4 .i:..r.i 1 a" of tnc capture of that arch-rebel Jerf. Davis,
c-irrpi it .wnima iti Pir .vo. j. cleared jv-ur- ! under circumstances rnoet absurdly ridiculous.
England hare always sympathized in heart with j nitrate the burning hc.it, no rain desccn Is, no Jew . temptation to rut so rich a piece of saudal into hi3
their brothers across the Atlantic in this ! distills; but erf ry green thing wirUrs and dies under psti r! Arpcndir
greatest struggle for freedom ?nd national life. ; tlie protracted, in'olerable drought th.it tlli up the
j g'oocij inierTal between the farmer and the litter
rain. T;;e Niue, the -tree, the dive, the apricot
and the citron linger still ULcn some ef the hilI-siJ-.;
whet, tarlej and lenti's btill tpric ia .a.e of the
give it p-uMicitj with pleasure.
l.j, P. M , f Hrc,;
f J ilt f-:j:
We fje t;- tipi ex-.r.cts re'.aticy to i:t3 '
-Ni Yuc. Mjr la CiOvO bact cf the coi a cpiurd ia t
?Tir.A.h G-c. item.i er- n'1 cn M-'T.iar. cn grTerr.
crt a.fni t, at tie Mr tit:' x--ha );,e cr.i;:;..'.i
rr payoien: n r ue. ery in roll or rc!d err!.r.'-ti.-.
iraa.itockfi-e.iV.frc3! tre cf Di-guised in women's apparel, fl-ein" fur hia
life, the Confederate fox was earthed by Yankee
hunteaaen, at Irwinville, in the State cf Georgia.
The can who headed ten States in rebellion
against the authority of the Federal Government
who has mustered into the field armies of half
a million men who by turn cajoled and blus-
IMScuIt asi cradual thu work, muit -e. ret r.oth'n
bhort cf th'a w.'A Jo any g'xxl. An t:;tt: tra:r.:i.g
C'.l(re f"r B!e tracher, with a Li.-tre boar.iir.g aohooi f.r b. yf
attached t i it. and Co: ducrrd upon r:ioiial prir.c:;e4. t.p-.-tf.er
tita trre cr four large ftc e K-ri.r.g ch ia riir--m.t
part of the ItUr.d. tnar.ac-d ty UJir
riwari than th.i erth c.n a'.ve. who liv w,th the efui !rer:. asi
are l:Urii;- Ci- re atter.iire to then thar. their cwn m he- ar
would re a Ur mere pre CtaMe educt;.';:al machinery :h:. all
the nntive day schema put tcyrther, with Lhaiiialai.a Seminary
izta the har;aia. In -ekirg then to net coving iach a cii
chir:ery lrt not the Board rf fcducatinn, cr cur unhr r'j In
pctr General b- afri;d cf th- accusation cf r-.liiou pril.r
i:i .' The "ro j-! x" ya he rca-t be indulsent if. in the
choice rf hearty ork:i. they tir.eLiEtri atl'Ct thnae who. r.ot
withe'r.Hir g their K-nrral i-riety cf character ar.d tone, ret
ar addirtrd to c-rta n re!:g:cm elaTiulants." Hiwaiian Gi
itttt ttvdtr. April Z'ilh.
Bat Oh ! the American vd-sionarie were guiltj of
the pious fmu 1 cf teaching us to call Sui.daj Poa
hiku .' " Who ever heard cf that before ? V e count
the six working dys from Poakaiii to Pcat no, and
the Sabbath we call the Lakapu, or bacred day;
K- u.. No. 240 M.,t.t ..iu ry X
Sidcr t!e gr. at micce cf
rebel cai ital, and the surrtnd-r ..f j J.,"0 of
perva.!.-. the .in,is ..f all that the Civ.l v '
who w?.rk f?r 'a h ch'e'r j vah'ejs and plains, sad tuenientoes cf the jrirnitive never CDunting in the Lord's diy with man's six
i luxuriance whicn has passed awav. Tle .'a!e?tit.e i working Jays. Necessity kr.i wj no law. The liish-
f the present day is not the Palestine cf the tirue if cp. for the sake of argument, ha? cornea the new
Moes, cf Soloajon, cr even of our L rd. Its forests - ord Ptahiku," a word unknewn in the Hawaiian
have disappeared; its fountains have dried up; c!i- f language.
mate, soil, and productions have changed, and the i But worst of all, these preachers have not taught
whole country appears desolate, withered, parched j u the virtues of holy water ! Let the fact go forth
the very opposite of a land cf invit ithn and of uLun- to their eternal dipgr .ee, that fie u-hom the mitsion-
dant bleaeini's like the Prnrni i hir i " S.v i iirits tltlipht in hnncr m t'.tir hat d.ii an. and friend.
Xever were the friends of education, and the j Captain Allen, of the Dead Sea Expedsih-u. " The at the founder of Huu-aiian liberties, the good A'ing
Hawaiian race in Honolulu more surprised than j destruction of the primeval iVrests. fur the wants of Kamtkatneha III., (ever green be hi memory.)
when they learned a few weeks since that the ; an improvideut ct-ruUtion. ereatrd rf i tkouck most anxious to receive this holv sacrament.
I T-. ....... " I
j uoara ol Education had decided to disband the ! sterility, which, ty reactLn, cauatd d, poi ulaiieu." ! was allowed to die unbaptizcJ."
of Amen, and let all the people say arcen.
rimi-u. iuiiru:ijf i natural an1 true.
,n r..ii..unci on the ina;ir;ent w,-r , 7 '"re
Ieiit pfteiuioiio. ia that the fender cf .t it!J " 't ta
aainl whom every tnau'a hand i railed asVcair? fo,riti.
'.turK'e of mankind. 6in a ctteit
r? cu ' -url that' w.
"n ..r cur anxnty f,r the co.ltrr :
rem. mber, that hi.e the wr it en.Vd. the 7rJ " I T''-i
c.Milmue. lhr armv of the P..fnn i ' .: ' 3ectl ' Mm,
are. r IfT.r . i . . . . n"me ' Bi: tk,
whocaBr..t J in that triumph.int tnar( h.
:n-irv man ev. r. imt'
!me ' Bt ther.
imph.mt march. Tl.ee r,-. a I,J.
?ki:.d ha;,l Und ,heir w " P?;
nr war n over ani H.-ww .
c. w. we n ay re rla.l that the dark caulue of tl : , 1
war 19 n. - t to be k npth-t.vd out ; l,u: et u.1 riot In rrnw
who.- wi.un.la the cuntry ii heal,,!. ' D1 "rough
Lei us kft p u our contribution "until the arrr,-
aoU wounded are able also to go home. ' r tl5e sick
fi w. we n.av Im
f. iiiir.; ci,: :.:! 2i? : 'fd.rtr? f rr.'A-l'.'r.v- 21 - -??JJr: rprorl with tl-o . r.-nQ c T t .
tewmiddun. isrli; Roortorimary, iclc, d some , r . ' " " .cngnaa sctiooie, ana turn out such teachers as j "Several of the A!riue provinces of the south
Z:Z::;. ' r,- v, u,,.,. .Mrs. Beckwith and Ingraham.of this ch?, I France, comprising u .erntorv of fourth cr fifteen
cfai c-.rc.et. tteii there ro i?c;a; act:v,ty. Pr cet are . " . , T-eigMt, he .a.Is and Hitchcock, cf Hilo. Never has the cause of thousand tquare miles, have, within the lat cenera-
; t9" nkee cudsin9' cJad in Lis education here or elsewhere received 50 deadly a I tion. been reduced to the met appalling diiahn
Sar aJ:1. ffiSiiSSL ih. " - I Tra9.Mthr'i 1 bI T FicJ of the Board is perfec,ly un- ! clearing of their Crests. Signs cf unparal-
h- beea oe-Hat irrru:-r ert.nce at a genet l th:rff ' ul3 13 toe las. Gi.tfi. Itw j.lprovc accounUible. unltbjj It is determined to deEtrov ltltd destitution are visible in all the mountain z.ne
!eSJ3r lower. T rf docetic fiere are cafr.ly at a TT'difc thc-.o f-.r thi. f rii ntnrV-n , r i ..... " I nr, i .i, i-. 3 . , "
Mc. a :5cf-.r0h-.a.-.d::ih:Pcr.ey:var.:ai c.coo fct. cf Cai- 1 ' tinr cantatur.fc.a ot trance the native race hy dririnc: them hack to i-norance 1 anJ the ohtudea of these districts are assuming an
irH,.;:V. . mpatnizors in and heathenism. H.,rBe racing and th Hula "crioaD;e character of sterility and delation.
goat anJ teer tkira are :r deffatd at tali rrl.ta. yi-x can
ani Caltforr.ian re D't war.d. The t:t are TOO cf
Mii:an (f-at. part at 15:. g-i. the retidae ax higher rates, SO
ta CalifcrrU deer and on pneate tern;t.
er-id i unitca-lr a-, t f .rr'.-Q ex hange ia dj'.l but f nc; lead,
icg drawer a 103 and 1 10 for SO day bii'a. Forr:; i tankeit
His that the lapcitattoni taust te leavier in the future
t.--o lUey bem in the pat tix month, and that in adii
l.on a rial augTirntat! .n -of" Ejropean travel wi.l t. create
r.ateriai: the dra.aod U f fciTi exchange. Large or 1 r are
e..nrant!y eonvr. from Kurcpe for 7 20". lo G-rmany alor.e
$0-l,or0 0C0 '.t cr.r ! arr t.-H, mid a va air,i-it of o;.i
Ui ia trdiie iu way hie re to ir.v-t in thm.
r WisKikD r.i.ti-ter Ki:aua. Mota! ij.
POIIT OI IIOIXOI.TJI.TJ. II. I.
those countriea will never hear the last of it.
J.jhn Bull, especially, will fiercely button up
his pocketa and pronounce the " 60-called Con
federate Government " a precious humbug. It
was fitting that so much bombast, bluster and
bounce, a onstitut?d the character cf the
rebel President should thus collars. A. Sher
man h march through Georrria detnnstrnt.-d
; that the Confederacy was but a mere 44 shell,"
' so this last escapade of Davis betrays the hol-
l.jwnes-i of all hip pretensions to c .inmon man-
bo jd. Ho stands revealed to the world a knave,
; j-jltroon and coward and by none will he be
, n4Jro detested than by the bravo Southern
; people whom he has so outrageously and cruelly
riar.c:co. i"'a oeirayeu. ins career is proof, if
ci bark Caic'.ri.l, Ervik. 17 d iyt from Attor;, I need be more i-i winr.- l ,f . i
w.th tr..! mu-1 lumber :o AMrl,-h, W ilier & C; T0 l wanted, that a man who
woum stana bjrth the standard-bearer of re
pudiation of debts fairly incurred, is not to
The next question is, what will be done
with him ? The first and most natural sug
gestion is that he will be hanged, and with
the accumulation of charges against him
treason, the corapi3ing Lincoln's as.-a.-M' na
tion, and the deliberate and systematic starv
ing of Union prisoners there can be but little
doubt but that the hangman's rore will end
i - ....
will have new recruits. . If there is any spirit firaJual destruction of the woods ha, in a thou
left among the tax-paying portion of the Ilawai- ! llhJes' annibiIJ t once the springs and
ians and foreigners, w hone th R,:,r,)..,,f ! ,he Uel" lhe PPu!afi decreased, or entirely
, j . 1 J J I withdrawn from
be made to retract i:s 6ter-H. i ,,
. . . man s axe."
ine only impression one can have after read-
''LOOK AT THIS."
rglllE SrnSCRlBERS TO TIIEST. GKORGE'3
I BENKVOLEXr SOCIE1V, are earr.e.tiy rt.quet.-d to
Ciil U(h.q the Trtaourtr and pay :he:r duo.
4T2-Ct S. SAVIDGE, Treasurer.
Let the regular contr.bution and the neat .
ed and r. pe .ted with an enerKy that ha!l ...',." ''nu-
quel to what the Pa iflc Coa i.a alrea.ly M tZl . c:a
We h.iH. with treat J.1V. welcom ts. !? LT'y
cientiou-ly ay to rou. no more i n. 0 0 con.
By order of the Executive Committee.
JP O 1
these fearful wastes of the word
ing the cars and impudent leader from which
the extract quoted was taken, is that the Minis
try and Hoard aro determined to throw every '
i Thus hjs much of Northern Africa been changed
into a desert; and the process has t-egun at these
islands. Shall these islands, now so verdant and
j lovely, be stripped of their forests, and in consv-
4 S-.hr Acti?-. Kipunh:, froia !n!'-a.
& Am cltt'ii-r ship Pataher, L.thri, 14 days from
Pri? Nahirria-r.a. Irwir. frcrn II An.
C schr Moi Keiki, Jobnan, from Kshuljt.
7 srhr Mol. Johnaon. from Kahulul.
7 S;hr Manuokawal, Marchat, frta Kahuiu!.
H Schr Helen, Kinney, from Moiokai.
S P-ravlin c!ljjjr Compenla Maritima del Ptu Xo.
I, Per-i Saul. It; days from San Francisco, ea
rote f'jr lionickonif.
9 ?.hr N-ttiC M-rnll, ioautain. from SlfTra and Mv
kee'a Landir g.
S br Prince. UatMM, from HanaM.
VSct.r Moi Wah ne, Kuheana, from Kotoa.
10 Staccer K.Iau-.-a, JlcUrrgor, from VViudward Ports.
1 . . " " " ""J "4 "iV -uieuean quince ne uepnvea of rain and of the streams which
Missionaries and American ideas of education, i have rendered the hills, and rdaina .tnl vn-v- c..
The Copperheads und traitors of tlie Uniud j productive? Will not the Government and the
State determined to leave New England "out in planters, and all who desire the prosperity of this
the cold," and what is the result? They were ! people, raise their voices oaiust the destruction of
not to be denied, and their schoolmasters are in j our f rets? The people of the Hawaiian Islands
Charlest on, Savannah, and all through the South. 1 have teeu repeattdly warned, through the Cummer-
The American educational clement in these lsl- f f '' but yet the destruction goes on more rapidly
anls is not t be left "out in the Culd," nor . t!l:iu exer ltfure- Let thc?e who feel an interest in
driven ofT tlie Islands, the Ministry, Bishop Sta- ! ; tL5s u'atter ePMk out, and put Lrth efforts to arrest
ley and the nuns to the contrary notwithstanding. I 'tLc eul;
" UT la this article I have done little more than to make
THE PREMISES IX M'CAXl' VAL-
l ley aiij lii.ing the residence cf Wm. Berrill, Enq., and
lately occupi.-d bv W . L. Lutrcll. The lot contains one
third of an acre. Tfroia favorrble. Apply to
472-St J. W. AUSTIN.
NOTKS OF TIIK IV F, Fit.
IE1 A RTL'KES.
for Lliaina atvl
3 s! r Ne'tie 31-rriiI, i'ociitam,
f St'-aro.-r Kiau-, Mregor, fir Wind-arJ P rtJ.
6 a ia bark Sa.yruit, tur.i.tt, f ,r sau Francio.
1 Am baric Cornet. Chi-te. fi.r .Sia Prancico.
7 Sxl.r Actavr. K.pittlii, for Maaiea ari.1 Jiilo.
S tri Nah.t-r.afua. Irwin,.'. f..r llilo.
8 e:t.r Mot Keiki, N-tpeU. f.r K.ihului.
H Schr Moi Keiki. Xael.i, for Kahului.
S Amclip..er h:p Panther. Lithr p. f. r Paker's I-iUod.
ft-Schr lt.o. ki. Marcl.aot, f.r liana.
J M.r H-n, K-ni.ey, f.-r Moiokai and Mai:k-.
9 Prruviao thip 'ott.p.iriu Maraima del Peru No. 1,
Paul, fur ll-nxk'n.
Unwuipt op Jlstice. William liooth, who at
tempted an infamous outrage upon a native girl,
nine years of age. and who, it is now well known,
was notorious for this description of villainy, and
whose examination occupied the Police Court some
three or four days, resulting in hia commitment kr
trial in Ti r nrwnmA ", - . . . t T . v .
his da3s. I here would be a sort of poetical ' allowed hii frPP,lnm for n i.;i nt ci r.rn ... ......
just.ee ,n taking hn to the spot where r-,r onboard the S.nyrniote on Tuesday last, in LrLl
a few extracts from the 44 Eiblotheca Sxcra," of Oc
toler, 1SC4. Aliqcis.
A SMALL LOT OF CIIOIt'E OREGON
wtA. VKMSuX, Just Keceiveil per Bark CAMBRIDGE.
For Sale by
47S-2t BOLLKS &. Co.
1)ERSOS HAVING RAGS TO DISPOSE
of, will find a sale for them upon application at the
liOOK-STOKK. at four cents a pound. Two or three hundred
pounds wanted immediately. 47'i-ut
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
N. C. BROOKS. Commander.
This Cue vessel now ready to receive CARGO .
have IMMEDIATE DISPATCH for the ahore j
For freight or pae. hanng ,nrrior .cUlio. ,
cabin or steerage passengers. Apply to
ALDRICH, WALKEU 4 Co.
AcentH :it Portland,
Mer. KICMrART)3 & McCRACKFv
X O T 1 K . C I TY .11 A It K K T.
Doctors may I)is;ij;roe .1 'Friend''
may biil'iT in Opinion! .
AV. AfSTIX IS EMPOWERED TO
collect and pay all accounts of the CU V MARKET
up to May Slat last. All parties owiu' to the said City Market
to that date are requested to pay the amounts to- the undersigned.
J. W. AUSTIN.
oil wrong- he d-d hut true-hearted
Brown's ul went marching on," on the
44 sacred sil " of Virginia, and there, mr.
Joiin , U IVhzht. bound to Sin Franc-; .vo If.. V. ,
Cleared at LiTrpo., April 7, tli V-i.i Krnn Iritf. f r Honclura.
Cleared l Purdeau, March Ui, the Verrinigunr-llumunn, for
II MU-lul j.
VESSELS IX I-OKT irxt: lO.
port, ia due form, without which the Captain would
not have taken him. Whose fault is it ? Thi m-
rounoed by Virginia troore, to launch him j famous wretch, because he had money and friends,
to the traitor's doom. ; whose influence was no doubt exerted in his behalf,
The principal leaders of the great rebellion i 's allowed to deposit his bail and leave, while John
are all either in the hands of the Govern- j Hollron, who was poor and had no friends, was im-
ment, or go.n will be. The avenues cf es- ! Pr'-:oned (atid has since died in prison) upon evi-
cap! are closely guarded A. II. Stephens, ' Jence wh'ch a number of fhe jury now believe to
Vice Pruridcnt of the late bc-us -oveinmer.t' I hive hcen the resuIt cf a conspiracy; and to our
Am bark Cambrdi r.r K.ki.
En acftooner Al-rnJ.
H i briir r-rnin3 Star, Jame.
K"r ytrht Thtni, Hirrhnm.
From A.-T..aia p. r Can.brid, June 5. ISO M ft r-u'.
lumber. 3076S lb, oat. fc7f M thir.plr,, 4 bbl and 1 ci lalmo
4 c Teiife-.ii. 1200 keir aivl bx ii. '
and vastly the superior of Davis in intellect,
Cantpell, Hunter, Vance and Brown, are all
safely caged. Meantime the trial of the con
spirators in the late tragedy at Washington
LS. ft iincr (,Tf in Vi
lllulicli- lii.u-ci-or- I .u !,.t. i ' e- jore.tu
O", -ww, nug ivtn.eu !.. n. u.t .
out to show U-vond donbr. M., " uvr W0U1J Dave teen reversed.
sev,rn1 P ".k. " , . and he would have been
. V4 ikieiiiii'ii4 ar.ai are un
plicated in the horrid deed.
knowledge, one of the jury, an influential citizen, :
J tried to get a new trial granted without succe-s. :
What inference can be drawn from this? Simply
this : that because Booth's victim was a native girl '
no great harm was done, and because he had money
orf f"013 imyn.i..te. June 6 772 pkgs nio
Uaweattllldral!.). keg and 14 bhN (.urnr (430 5U !b)
-a cs empty toIt. 1 rsk coe'.acat oil, 18 cs ruri i;i., tf c,
yellow mtwl. 9 kr nail.
! (T r the Pacific Com'5 Advertiser.)
lii-iiop Maley'M Enryt licnl l.el'rr.
, His Bull against the alleged progress of Ilawai
lans in Christianity and Cit iization, as snn
through JIawoiian S'tctachs.
Mr. Editor : The Bishop, for some reason, seems
very desirous to prove up il-iwaiians to be be still a
heathen people, and to bo sadiy iu need of the civil
izing and christianizing influence of 44 the " Church
his Church. It is tru, that, not many years since,
we used to think that we were heathen, but as we
have now stores established in every district on the
Islands, where we and our children see spread out to
our view the tempting wares of other lands ; as we
have had circutes and theaters for our entertainment ;
as our piincipal city has grog'-shops, in which Amer
icans, Englishmen and Frenchmen oiler for sale the
exhilarating drinks cf their countries; as we now
have distilleries; as cur country is visited by the
ships of every land; as ourlanJs are being settled by
the enlightened emigrants from Christian nations; us
we are now all of ns, or at least nearly all of us,
clothed from head to foot; (except the ftcf.) as we
nave mimtcrs ,. .eHcners. cnuiciies aua .',uUIS
FOIt SAM? !
II. I. CIIASK
Is produciig as GOOD PHOTOGRAPHS as erer
were taken in Honolulu, and at l'.l'tll4 L Fl I'll
LOW MtlCKS-W jm p ,z. tor Card and
:Lf"Li,, Yi,;,,,",'" 4;i-lm
I- XJ t 13 inoT
THE PREMISES OCCUPIED RV
nil'lllltll SMITH ot MjL-L-. t.-r. i.mh-.-m
r:d-? tivm the citv. c-.nsistioir of about i of an
hit of land, fenced with pickets, with aftream j.assing throtiah
the lot; a ile;ii'ivr hou- lo.v.'O. and outbuilinj.'. a larj;e Fowl
House, and about 3 UO C'Iiieli-n. For terms apply to
JUsEPIl O. CARTER.
472 "t At the Hook Store.
If o use For Sale,
ONE WOOD FRAMED COTTAGE
i;;;ff situat'-d on corner of Kir.jr St. and Punahou roail,
rrfc VVaikiki. The iloue contains three large sized
rtioins, wh'Ch can be divided ir.to two bedrooms, with kitchen
and out houses, detached. TlnwrounJ contains one acre, one
third of which is fenced iu. There is a Well .f excellent
water. Title Fee Simple.
For further paitieuhirs enquire at this office. 472-3t
A Vi? . , THE CITIZEN
of Honolulu that he ha taken a Sta,,,! above '.
11 J,;w''lr' '"' t'f I- N- Flitner on Knahuuiaiiu StreeL
-TjLaz , where he wi.'l be happy to Htten.l to all orders la hi.
teluied to " SW l'tcimvu- Ji"lf promptly ,,.
" ' 471-Uui
Value i f frortiiru I"r lucr. 19.5T K1
Value rf Foreign Proiace, ii.
For Sas Faascis. fr 4Vmet, Jur.e 7-
'iitl ke- and
1040 hng opar (61171 ir .) .li , kc mo!a,. (IWca Is)
-WW empty tUrs, 4 cks wine. 7 c. l.me, 16 lMioch- bar.ar at.
SbrTs i-,rk. 0 ck. ar d 1 b?kt Kin. '
auj r,r lcn-4t;e Pr-iu', :!,5H 32.
aKif f ircivrn Pr'!ue?. l.;5,.
Valoe cf Tran-ihiMd ProCuoe, fi; H W.
For Biaea'rt I.sLa,t p r Fant:,-r, Jure S ICoW ft lumher
kero.l, & line paint 2Mb paint. 90 fathoms chain
ci.r. I afcacale and r.i.4r, 1 ui-lic.ne chet, 4 Ibis flour 1 ck
.!. U bM, l.f. 2 W.!, p- rk. o t bread,' 11 CoL cordaJ. 5
baltl cakum. IC00 lbs bay. 1 h- r.-, 12 h p. 11 bats corn. 100
ntiaahe. 10 r.-.i ct.io.. 1 Lbl .aun. ;;7 i.bU p-i. 1 cik bams
1 baro.s. 9
Value tf I)oinstic Pr'Iu-e, $?A? lit.
Valuo of Fori'u Pr.luc-, j,-.0i 90.
Fur IIo!.r.K.,se r.er t cn.pani i M iri:im del P, ra No I
Jo:. 7,!W IU funcu. 1 .- m l.-. '
of Dimestic 1'o-lu. e, $1,043 40.
M''I lk Fl?rVC't-J,'T 5-'o-'" t-. Juiw ft Miss L Iri.h.
' 5I" K ", uir' Mr ch. Mr and Mrs J I
Williams. Capt and Mrs IVrr.lI and 4 .'h.Mren. Mrs li B V
KthV3.al -C"'Mrn- Ca',t J "1'". W Uincan, m
The President and his Cabinet were in fre
quent and close consultation on the grave
questions which the pacification of tlie South
give rise to. .ot the least of these is the decency, considering the whole matter tan ti:wQ,t
, - ft
wuu.- u, ueen revered, establihhed in every district, aud as so many cf
ghtd toSIVe&l,500tohave tlliuk ourselves passably good Christians Z.e
t him from the vtolence of a j fl,itttrej h the Bia!l v5ew
yhavo hunted him for his fht a ia ,-m L ..: , . Z . ' 6 k
four good w ills to protect
mob which would purely have hunted him for h
iowever, we know
CONSULATE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Lahaina, Hawaiian Inlands, June 8, 1S05.
Propossil.s for lxelfniigc
f PROPOSALS FOR THE EX CII A XG E OF
this Consulate for the Quarter ending June c-Oth, 1S65,
wiil be received at this office until July 1st.
life. We feel somenhat to blame for not giving r.ub. r7'Z -enenc,u to a young
. , . ... , K u fJ0 people, any more than it is to a v'ounjr ner'-on We
he tj to the whole matter wh.le the examination was wI1I uot ask auy 0Re to flaltep ubut
going on; but two motives prevented us, a sense of i truth.
OUstitin of mlmitrinrp . . .... 1 , . .
4 - iu-iw? io me rifit ot '" ""iii oi cur piper, ana not wihintr to
'""'"ti'i au mere was Siinl to be a diflerence ' ' ""uu"r,,,erui"lli ierore me accused could
of opinion on the mM.-ct nm.-.n, tv i hV?-!i f!!U a'"1 f:,Ir ,riHl- .Hl,J " 'e been made
dent's constitutional udvh-ers. Reward, having
recovered from his injuries, bad taken his
seat in the Cabinet
public, the eyes of every right-thinking man would
have been cn him, and their baud against him.
A New Invention. At the sawing and planing
' T JiJv ""--r"r Comet, June 7 Mr. T J Peek. Mr
I - m xr"', yir ",rr"' Mrr t'nf-. thulan at. 1
Ma"h 'li ' eulUTan. B II tertlemann, N VV Prcw, R
I..".- -- - . m . .
i iieu- vjoveriimcni, an i the boundless wealth
of the country.
In record to the newly founded Empire of
Maximillian, stormy times are anticipated.
General Ortega, the agent of the Republic, was
active in opening offices in the principal cit
ies of the Union, for the purpose of enroll-'
ing 44 emigrants " for Mexico, who are prom
ised grants of land of 800 acres each, which.
it n believed, Maximillian will not recognize,
and which as a necessity the 44 Emigrants "
will have to make good. No s ine person can
deny the right of the Juarez Government in
making euch grants, the Emperor Napoleon
and Maximillian to the contrary notwithstand
ing. Crowds of veterans, discharged from the
armies of the invincible Republic, were en
rolling themselves, tempted by the tvwf.M
uJiVaf attraction of the low of adventure and the
iioerai nounties ot land. t nder the circum
heretofore at te per cut., the .m . u ,ha,.i .C! ' stan ecu, the Government of
pXh:ZX " rlo to stop the movement, and the
I . 1 f w
loan of ,bo iLttM. , ,, ' .r'.:". ,!jir..e,e.lb,C,pt.E1i,.r9M,.(oroui2
...... . , , a ca -I j
"7: CO," were coming iu so rapidly that it
v.w neany an taken up. fourteen millions
are received in a day, showing most emphat
ically the entire confidence of the .o.le in
''0 .111.1 niinfli in cr Kni n Irrn T :.. ir i
r a ii 13 raceeuingiy simple
in its construction and r-reratii-n. and with it
j man can do as much work as twenty by the old pro
cess, and much more neatly. It can be run by
eteam.or turned by ban. I with a much eae ns an
ordinary grindstone. anJ occupies no more sp tee.
Capt. II. has applied for a patent.
We find the larger part, or at least the half of this
people, are in the habit of observing family prayers,
and of o-kinca blessing before they eit, and perhaps
in no couniry d,a larger portion of the pet pie attend
Sabbath worship. Does any one say this is all hy-
pnerisy, because there are evidences that some of !
these same professing Christians are immoral scamps ?
That would be condemning the innocent with the
guilty. Pocb our woul 1-be-friend, the Bishop, say
that the bad state cf morals indicates that we are
anything but a good Christian people ? Let me just
ELI AS PEKKIXS.U. S. Consul.
To the Catholics of Honolulu.
A MEETING WILl'hE HELD AT THE
SToiK SCHOOL IIOl SK in Fort Sirei-t iiiimM,ii.-,tHlir
after the cehbration of the 10 o'clock Hich Mass on Sunday
the ISih inst., for the purpose of orLraniziin; a Society lor the
relief of sick it destitute in.-uiU-rg of th.-ir taith. All those
who are favorable t-j the undertaking are invited to attend.
Sugar and Molasses !
KOHA1LA S&JOAIfc CO.
OR SALE IN T QUANTITIES TO SUIT EV
L7Lif" CASTLE & COOKE.
That 'the Undersigned are 1'repare-d to furnish
Families, Kc(u limits, Coasters, &c
WITH FRESH DREAD KVEKV HAY.
Call and examine for yourselves.
471 6t I C. MeCANDLESS & Co.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
CA1M.O. FRi:if;iIT and 7.' It I! A sir It K.
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiiao
Group, and vice versa.
47M? H. II ACKFELD CO.
F IIORV WlTLl7TvFORM THE PCB
- lie thHt hereafter his KXTKA FAMILY PKEAD will
have the letters F. II. stamped on the loaves.
13 i e si 1 !
MADE TO ORDER AT IO CENTS, Prr Lb.
PIONEER FAMILV DREAD BAKERY.
A V.VG STREET, IlOXOLUrTJ.
473-StIl v IF,itv r. ......
.. i ropritior.
IV1 l;Xf,FIlS,f;Vl- DESIRING
V to abandon his profession, and believing that an Eogliih
School 19 a lieces-itv At lb." ,.r..J....f :.... :.. n .......... . f . "
g.ves nonce of Ins mtentio,, to establish SUch a Sc!,r-.!, In Au
gust or Sei.tember next. i,r,,v!,1.0 ...Oi. ...
. T -u,ul'1". .i'-i'uraL'f-mtDi i
Depao?e,KKrhMCOn!'Cr'l,'d ' rharge f a PrinUlr'
rei.t-, and guardians desiring to p-itrot.b.e iU, h a School.
Will fouler a favor by leavim: their r.m.- ut th ,.o;..- .1 .i.tl
TtUVtuf w w tl . I i . 'MI,C V tUU
rfMIE BIENNIAL MEETING OP rill.'
nsk him to look at the morals r,f a,.,.-.. I " Ir:'c.r.1.her9. 1. '; -'s o8Pital will be held at the
taviivuiis UUU v-'HirL IJ'U. HI 11 f ClfH'K. A.
M. B. BECKWITH.
Frenchmen, and of his countrymen, wh
o come to i
on MOVIpIV Jnln lriik
f,.rll,.,..I.,.(,.T...,;... . "'"t
.... .... i .-. urnii u(.- irusiees in price .i those whoe
our shores, some of whom. n,t.!,u ..... ,5.. ! IZlZu "? in"n nr Hrcr.l,a u, ihe provision, of
, " " J l .4 IJ'J 1 UJ lllf 11 V tS Hi'- CUftliVl.
S V C. I TT V
' I'x a mi nation oF Oahu College. The examina
tion of Oahu College will take place on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, the 13th, 14th and loth!
Friplids fif thn itl.f if nfllr. n r, 1 ,.k : .
..ii oiuei a imerestcii arc
Cordially in vjte-J to attend.
T--ie-S?FoS-.Ir, Pur l e. I'!.. April 13ih, by KeT. S. J.
Ilamps.rey, ter. 1 T l.,an... of Eb7r, ,,UnJ MicroneB1 ,
51 j CUra II. Stnng, rf Ino.1ee.
va?" From the f orth annual repvjrt of C. T. Hop
kins. Secretary cf the California Insurance Company,
and of the San Francisco Board cf Underwriters, we
clip the following :
Loi occur i a cycle. The Chinese trade was forrunat.
ol. whxh produced but two .li.iaittrs ; in 16 we had 17
12. au-l for 1S64 or.Iy 5. p-uring I-61 the liuano IU
ST By advices from .Sin Francisco we learn that !
the copartnership formerly existing between .V'csts
McRuer i Merrill has been dissolved. J. C. Merrill i
has purchased the interest cf Mr. McRuer, and the !
firm style will hereafter be J. C. Merrill & Co. j
tbpe T Pi 1 1 nrn rtirn.l.n... , C . . . . ..
j , .... ........,;, Vl oiiurcnes ia their native
lands. Are the foreigners who ome here to live any
more moral thau we are ? Do the people in England
attend Chinch any more than we do ? Do they live
more orderly lives, and give any better evidence of
being a Christian people than we do ? '
Rumor tells us that, when on his way to the Islands, ! ,
the Ciihon stent a few d:ir in tl i
packet for Honoluln was to have sailed on Saturday,
but as His Lordship could not be ready on that d iy,'
he informed the agents that if they would delay the
sailing of their vessel till the Sabbathbeg pardon
till "Sunday," he would takepissige in her. Ac
cordingly, the vessel was delayed, and he rook pns.
nnMA ! it.. .IL .1
Chairman of the Executive Committee.
2-7T The Smyrniote left on Tuesday and the L
cn Wednesday, as advertised. The Comet passed j eige in lier 00 the ''h. If this is true, perhat s
j it accounts lor trie ruutt he finis with Hawaiian? for
! not thinking it right to spend the day of rest in
nuntmg up stray horses, making fires and carrying
TO WII0.1I IT 31.1 V COXCEHX.
BMIE ANNUAL ELECTION' of ENGINEERS
E . r t K.. 1 !......:.. ... L :. I .. . . . . . . .
... ...v. ....., -.u;u i-uk ii t fj:ir.uiei.i wiis neia on the r.Vening
of June 5:h. in the r....m of Mechanic Engine Company No.
resulting in the ejection of t.'ie following turned gentlemen for
the er,-uing j er :
t'liirf Eugitirer. R. Gillilaml.
1 nt A.niniiiiil buiiini't r, D. Foatev.
2d AxHistnui Eiiiiircr. C. E. Willinma.
KOLT LEWEKS, Judge of Election.
W limBnnlii r.n Thiiro.l.m - : ...
"""'a; luuiuiug, I'etween seven
an 1 eight o'clock. -
- Hoxolcxc Rifles. Last evening Capt. J. A. Has
finger had the Company out on parade. This corps ' burr3en- page 28. Do steamers take in coal
.... 1 . .Tl
rerrainiy ougnt to te pretty well drilled, as the Capt. nn ?au lTOxn Pc rt rn ""day in Christian England ?
JNO. SMITHIES, (
C. T. or LICK.
Honolulu, June 7, lv)5.
. . . . . - -v-e... .-iui,-4,r
I" c71-.' ' ' IM v" lfT4 w lf fw.r.i w C - ....... -niTM r.n In lrt!,. .., a ... , . I0 Enfflftr.d's Rishnra ami mtc f "
.....vv.t, vuniuueuk Ol Hie Lnire-l ctateS 6 iu I'cr.i'ction. j. v.co ic.-ii. u leaon
. v r . , : i:,e,e Inai "ucn is ir.e proper manner of obervinir
.. j ucvii eouirnnncPLl 1 noiv lime ' If so.
iiMriVirJV.rriJ,I-t,''EK'- :;u i-wrcn.i tr.i Austrian arch-Duke may ere Icnrr find that
wia begin nsnff-r. t. rni:ej hvm-tw.-n . h .... - una mat
eaetspt frjta tflss- fir .everal yr.irs fcact. '
me .viexi.an cactus is a thorny seat. ! with a brick front, cn Fort street. nrt .-1. 17 . . "
! The honest, heart-felt sympathy of the Eng. OJJ Fellows' Hall. V ! rlZ M
1 i: u r 1 J . ' h i ot what seems the worst is the unkind and iinirm
no wonder th
peparatory to erecting a building of coral st.ne. ' reeded a miSeionary Bishon to ,p.,i, L ...
w . iuiiijru tliff
-NOW LAXni.NG PER RAKK
FEED, FEED, FEED!
gliriSED CORN FOR HORSES.
Whole and Crack-: d Corn
Wheat for Chickens
Fresh Ground Corn Meal
Fresh Ground Wheat Meal
Fresh California Flour
Fresh Chile Flour
In Qiiii utilir lo Suit.
For Sale I y
P. S A VI DOE, Fort St.
Flic DrriRTvn-r tl ,
.. ..uviiua lne annni f ectica ' i: u . c
of th. Honolulu Fire Department, for Chief eJZ I 'V thf Qu?en t0 tIie ,aWi
and two Assistants, took place cn Monday cvenio. at 1 ' . nTn?
the engine-house of 44 Mechanic." N. 2. The re-
cx tended to their breth
ren in America on the national bereavement
The leadirjr journal rrotiounee t-ul. ..;. ..-. ..
the martyred President, ctmparin him tc
hington, and the wily Times, feel in
-A Good Work. The Roman Catholics of Honolulu
are about to organize a eociety to take care of their
sick and destitute.
P . ; rf'nsihk jnrs -ns in:
rlFE .ALIRJH (In Sjn.I.ir irArnini. tl.. r
.... . r J oi Lincoln." And azain. "It bor
aoanaej me alarm ci fire and thi .Ipmrt m Or r iev,jI 1 1 ! . a ...
cut prompt. .m;iZ7 VT- u trat the mf- onws
rr cf fire in . lot rf cat , " ;?V I at hw m? Wlth Sr-cr leniency than he
- . ..v..-. viu ii, r wLiiri oi j.
Robint-Dn & Co. Oq Mcndaj f.rencon the alarm
wm agaio soundevl. arid fire was discovered in a
?'?rDa. -ith 'I' U:&ae the Rom in
tatboho Miton. It wa, extinguished without the
aiJ of the engine, and with little damage
(For the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.)
.lit wa the election cf Richard Gil'h'and. Esq -i
1 n Epg?e" 1 Th". Fo9ter' . First AS9i9fant; j un 1
and C. L. Ujlham. E-ki . St-cn 1 Ass:srnt ff.., ' Was
. . . - . . . , V .
lh T.f T 1 . .
f ... .r.n - rr .. J. 'nvita.i ,af r.ublio fulse. eavs it hnr i.l?
. ..in ol "iiiwiii," 4, where they . ' ' -. us ,ir Palest;re was nnrr. lanl t v i . "--"-u, iu me .tarqucas and to
partook of a bountiful lunch. 7 provocation which have been emi-loved by ir- I . - ! lanJ f trocks' cf fcun the South Sea Islands. The Bishm ,f.Pm- . B.
in thee j hill ; a bnd of w. at!an-J UrW anVvi and
an, " It hopes that fi,.trees. and ,,, f J. 1L 1 !l " a I ".g since, and is rlaying old tunes from ir.
AND FOR SLE LOW Bi'
GEORGE C . HOVE,
orst is the unkind and untrue j AT HIS OLD STAND ON THE
about the missionaries. IT i aazxj
JOO.OOO FEET ROUGH BOARDS,
6J.C0O I KET ASSORTED SCANTLING,
V. 7 . . t. t:. i
"""ii" i"p eys aoout the missionaries. He j
a real; 4 r,f tlipm ?n. n j , . !
.r . j-. ruii,c u me wiCKL-'J. rum.
J drinking aud Sabbath-breaking foreigners used to do
! te"7 and thirty years ago. Those foreigners have
j now, some of them, become better men, and are good
friends cf the missionaries; others of them have taken
ship and gone to Asctusion, to the Marquesas and to
Photographic Dillon I
M:XT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE.
CjA, IiT!:S ,l0 VIS1TE A XI) I.A It G E R PIIO-
V togrphs, Ambr,typ.9, M-iain..tvpeN L-.cket Pictures,
V; .r ' n S!f ch'.-ap 319 ut anr p!.- in the city.
on hand an MSorttii.-iit f Fram-s mid Cin.
Also for saie at H. M. Whitney's 11.. .-tor- and at thf Gal
lery, photoirrat.hs Cf the Volc.-.ni, K.h.iKf. u-: r-
. l. . ', . ...... .ii(niiik. xauic-
hameha, an.l a ran. ty of pi. 'ur.-8 illustrating Uiand scenes.
' hottvr.1i.hs ret..iiel, .1. o!;iiii or in color in v .. v...-.
People on the otb. r isim.if wishing for Card Photographs,
car, ohia the s.ime by sending any picture thy wih copied
the t--.;'.-j return- d wit'i j nni; tnees.
I. .o c.tl Cnn purchm- an
H. L. PHASE.
icther'g picture with
SiiAiatH's Friesd?.ocitt. The Twelfth Annuil
auecw. -ow mat Lee has surrendered, Mo
bile? fallen, and Johnston confessed himself
exhausted, the North can afTorj to 1? niao--nanimous,
and it does not believe they will
sully history with dc-ds of cruelty."" The
iir.fi cannot iiunK ttiat the American Guv-
tf at t T a
Fr.ccJ Svciet.. crniutnt uuIJ l,l.,w J.ir. nvi. !..,,.... ,
S.fTwi..r8&' f. a C""""" al,h0Ut!', ra'ht
there will Lea full atrendance. " ditingui.-hel preeelent fr such an aet towards
Z3T Whil the Comet waj in mid channel, on h
hat self-corn t.lacent 111. iTi.lV7,Tift-
a --. uv
the Thunderer is car able r.f Ti,.. i..
i - . .... . .
. j i .
3 " ..iv.M.ae waa xaKen a.?,.--- i v. . .i i . . ..
baJ to drop anchor. The PtU got bol l of her i, l ' . ' ' " recent event? have
i laat-rially altered t!;e ate cf
tovk her cut. not before the ha I touched Lott. n '
hcweTer. wiiat it was vi.i ii Fiul .i..l . i .i ?
23T Several communication, are nece.rily !M j els as belligerents." No doubt. Hut the re-CT'r-
' proarhful flin' that rie at the . -ntemp!a-
fiz-trees. and romesranafes: Iqk.i rr -,i ... j
. c , - ...... v. . i , uiitcs tl Ii i J
honey. God had given it of the dew of heaven, and
of the fitness of the earth, and plenty of corn anl
wine. It wag a land of hills and valleys which
drunk water cf the rain cf Leaven." 44 It was a
laud cf dense timber growths, and cf frequent clus
ters cf small trees. In the days of D.ivil and Solo-
m n, the area is supposed to have been enly about '
twenty-six thousand square miles, and the popula- ; the p!.ir.irg cf c ffee
tion was probably nve or six mil. ions; or two hun
dred to the square miie. Now the country is alra-st
desolate. TLe giorious forests that once covered the
mountains and hills, and which cooled the atnc--phere,
and attracted and condensed the vapors, ar.d
thus cau-el showers, and streams, and fertility,
have been destroyed. The summits of these moun
tains an I hills are now naked and de..!ate. The
streams that nee descended frcta them no longer
flow, except f r a short time in the rainy season.
The springing of the year it rut ehcrt by the nn
. P i .
luues laminar to cur cat s long years ago. He how
ever plays the old tunes with variations and acc-m-paniments;
he puts in e.jme new triiis and a few ex
tra notes. These who have a taste for such kind of
mujic may now hear tunes fimiliar in the childhood
of their nation, to the ears of those who dwelt in
Honolulu cr Lahaina.
ays turcntic.cn page 52 of his pamphlet, 44 Even
is said to have been discoiw-
j aged" by the mL-s'ccarhs. By whom, pray, is it
j s-id ? That redoubtable Com . odore Wilke the
i same man who
C INCH WIDE FLOOP. AND FENCE BOARD?
PICKETS AND BATTENS.
100.000 CEDAR SHINGLES.
PLKASE C;iVi: him a CALL.
tk Mason and Siidell from the
Trent in his work called the Expiring Expedition,
says that .Mr. Coan was guilty of such folly. The
old Commodore, whom Secretary Welles has put down
for his many sins too numerous to mention, ought to
have teen dismissed the service long .ago for spinning
such a yarn. He saw the ci tfte glowing in Mr.
Coan's yard, and drank cf the same at Mr. Coan'a
table, and then in retnrn to relieve his biliicui :em
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ON HAND
30O TONS HFST LEHlr.H COAL,
300 Tons IJI.ST WELSH STEAM COAL,
lOO Tons NAINAINO COAL. !
mr?te d"!iver-'1 oa the Wharf, at very j
N. B -Incase where thre is a short supply ef -team or '
bo i: power from damp wood, or frJm any other cau !
C n3 r1 1,,Jnit? 10 " Kr ce:it. to the evaponitirlg power.
is eery ciean and smokeless and gives a
The Lehith Coai
gre it lcal !i-at.
toIlwt-aahCual E'VtS mre a'"e ar'd V''r-T Clean burnin?
Th" Ndi::air.O Cr.-. i rnr'.-r -! t..v..
i... i ..' . . n m:u. tant.ties at a t:
(("- or..,, c:.-- in. re f!.itu... than the oth-r
Lime atid with a
I MO CONFECTIONHBV :
i VKTOFLD BEG TO INFORM THE PFB-
w lie that he is now prrj.ared to fum!h
23A.2jTjS and r"A.IlTIES
With the very Choicest Irttry an.l Coufretioiirry,
at reasonable t-rrrs.
CAKES of every description, Plnin or
Oriiaiueiiieil in any style of arts made ti order at short
Every article appertaining t the Iitry and Confectionery
Business U be manufactured ou the premises.
F It 11 s II FA M I L Y It It i: A I) !
VFRY AFTERNOON, AND LOAVES MADE TO ORDER.
FUESII TEA HUE AIM
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS.
Orders thankfully received and promptly attended to by
4G9-3rn King St., two dcrs from Nuuanu ft.
i h- utt !crs;i:r.t"t confU-utly recommend to Sugar Planters a ' d "vv -m mr
.;afct..n.:,rhof the above, as in manv ce. a i 550,000 OKI .CW.Sn)(r.S
W4&l!lLKUlHy frM 25 " rceut. I QCITARLE FOR WRAIMMNG I A I'ER.
For faie .-heup br tli l'O or lOoO.
.1 ANION. GREEN t CO.
4'4 Su: 11. M.