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SATURDAY. OCTOBER 21,
Thk f -flsn arrival the pst werk hare beco the American
ar S.nymtote, t f the Hawaiian Packet Line, British ship j j
Orarte, Peruvian a;p Compan.ii M-vitima del Peru No.
2. uxl A m-rkari lurk mrt, of thi R. D. Line, Crura
rrm'iwo, arvl the Hawaiian f hip htlani, from Boston, t
The drparturej hav; Urn the Britb ship Oracle and Peru
vian ilup Compan.ii Mrttrm del Peru .'. 2, (or HocgkoBf,
aud th Bnruh sfiir Rocot. I r Java.
The ino'pal exports by the Ormcle arc 19,919 Ihs. funffus
and 1.74 If obi fvvr.
Th aa ir.0M tie o.aai -ni crK BciiDd
4 UHI WV-.'...
Th hou.tl Cka.r:lr mlth ir.arl ami lumbel'. from Victoria.
V. I., eri r,ul to Sflatj, N S. which pot to Lere leakicf, ia H
kJ:-bargir.g her cargo oo tLe e-Jj'IanaJ-.
The H kivtlrr,t t the StraUr IKapatcb Liar, aaJ th Keoka,
cf t!. II-irxiUa Parket are both loadiog, aoJ will aail
f .r irj Fraitriaco eri la the week.
T)i CnmbritVje, of the Hawaiian Packet Lloe, U awaiting
th arriv il cf th achoooer Kalama, f,rtrlnit to her departure
f.r P-rtTant, Orvffo.
The SrMjmiote brought atlv iert of large aales of Ilawalian
; w clip the foClcwing true the Jtta CaJifomi s
."'ten larked firauieaj caaracteriaea the market for all
I'-rrit: o'. e ixcially for lett gradea ct Hawaiian, which at
t V- cl: cotnoianj adancxl raie. Sales of 400 hf tbU lia
waiiu, zA Xt No. 1 grade, at fllfSll 60; 4SO kees do. pri-.-!e;
and 200 do. do. at $11 &0&12 100 Its; &UQO keg
ll.Twalian atii212cts. By auction, 100 bales No. 1, Chioa,
l' lb each, at $10 0T; and 200 do. do. at llo 12 910 25.
S'trl'P no MuLimch Sales of 600 keg Uijr Keflnerj Gol
dri, srivatn said to be 75c cab; 60 bbU Ilawaiiau Mblaases,
;.r.tt.-j aivt 60 do. do. at 30c glVn.
T e iv re that the Bank cf CaJ:f'mU had fixed their rate ct
interest a noe per cent per month. This morement will doubt
less be of some bene fit to these ialands, by preventing the
ihitioimt of ramls oot cf this k ingdona to Sao Francisco, for
Investment. C the late statement of the Minister of llnaoce
it will be vto tliat the export (J coin over imports for the last
nine moi.th was $27,627 21, a small amount to a San Francisco
ctfttalixt, but eonugh with ob-r eaaaes to have made the
ri r. ' iriarlurt quite khort at the tint of the quarter, i ti
Th Xw UeiUord Skipping LUt of August 29lh quotes, f j
rperta ail aold at $iiia gallon j whal oU held at $l,76($2,a
S-l' -a. VVhalrbre?, Arctic,k-s at $2, a pound.
' Fnr Pai 'fa!rn-co per tlTiritler and Eeoka, next week.
port or hoixoi.tji.it. U. I.
-Ain bark Pmyriiiote, Lovett. 21 days frro San
FnncLico, with mde to Aldrich, Walker & Oo.
15 t'chr Sntie Merrill, Melhah, from Lahaina arxl
15 ?chr Helen. Kiimey, from Molokai ar.l Maliko.
16 Schr Marild. Hcwar-1. ffUxt II.Ux
15 Schr Kalama, tr"ax Kohal t. I
10 BritUlt cliPrxr sluo Oracle. Woodi. 19 dav. frm
irio Fraocisco. to Akirich, Walker 4 Co.
IT Peruvian clippr ship Compaoia del I"eru No. 2.
2:phir.io Splevalo, 22 days frn San Francinca,
IJ-llaw o "tfUMxrr shio Iolan.. Green. 113 dvs from &i
fcrWn. wtth rode to C. Brewer ft Co.
19 3';br Mol Keiki, Napela, from Kahulai. ti .
10 Am bark Ccmet, Fuller, 19 days trcea Son Fraucisco, .J Ti
1 S:hr Mary, Nik a, for Miloa.
1 i S.:hr E Moi. W Utrar, for Kah ului.
17 Schr Mary alien, W est. for KaholuL
17 ocbr Mary, foi llilo.
17 Schr Aotve, KapuahL, (or laalea Bay.
1 Schr K.iiama. fur Kohaia.
13 Sthr Nettit Memll, Fouiuaia, fcr Lahalna and Ma-
IW Lr MarO-la, Howard, tee H.ko.
1 f'-U II h n, Kinney, f ,r Mofc.kai ac.l Ul.to.
19 LriUsh clipper ship OrvV, n oo.ls, for llangkoitg.
.0 Perartm cltppT iup Cnmpunia Maricima del P-r j
No. X tfcrTalo f-r llomkrtwe.
J !H:fcr Mai K-iki, Napela, Kabutul:
fcr tfiipj RieC'jte, Neabrfi, (ur Java.
VI1SHEM1X 1'ORT-OCTOHKR 21.
Am bark Ssnyrninte, Lovett.
Am bark Cambridge, Brooks.
Ilaw'a ship IoUni, Ureeo.
ltr bark Hoyal Charlie. Roa
Am bark A. A. Eldridge, Abbott.
Ilaw'a bark A. J. Pope, Uecrken.
Am bark Keoka, Chapman.
Am bark Whistler, Paty.
Bremen brig Agnes, Siedenbarg.
Haw ship Polynesian, Oreen. .
Haw bark Arctic, Hammond.
Am cDpcvr ship Cryloo, Woods.
Am wU bark Kichmuod, Weeks. .
Am wh bark Nile.
Ata wb ship Almira, Oaboroe.
Br bark Ilarwood
Fug yacht ThemU, Ilanbam,
Frum I'kn." per A. J. Ppe, Oct- 5 To II. Hackfeld &
V..ZC cm, 11 caks and 1 bales nntse, 2& hhds ale, 136 cs and
10 bhtis wine, 10u)O lire bricks, 40 pes irno pipe, 366 parcels
and 114 Nils iron. 23 oks paints. 12 ca saddlery, 6 caks hoilew-
ware, 1 r platrd wart. 1 ck and 1 cs gtasiwarr, 3 is rivets. 1
rs tuut 2i cs and b9 bales dry good, 2O0 tons and M cvks
cual, 2 csks pipe clay. 12rks kaohn, 64 bdls oil shooks. 4
dks hca.ls and h'i, 10 blocks tin, 62 iron coolers, 20O cs, 100
caks malt liquors. 100 bxs clarni, 12 bbls and 26 cs cognac, 10
Ltls ruio, 62 csks and 10O bxs liquors, 2 csks mineral water, 1
c,k Laild, 1 ctk and 1 bale corks, 3 csks Sower pots. 2 bbls oats.
b baa powder, lil new barrel. 2 cs perfumery, 4 cs clothing.
61 ok demijohn, loi pkgs curdags. 17 cs yellow mctai, e csks Ti
rkars, 1 trunk and 2 cks ciothinc. 3 pkgs samples. i tub R
r! .ifJK1..?! R
dry Rod, looc.ks crment, ioo cs porter, 12 csks iron wire, 40
ni s bales mde. 26 bbu sujar, 26 bbu aie. 20 bbls porter, & m
nus k?ad. a oois z inc. x cs wine, luwcs gin, o pKgs samples. El
To Meu uet4r Co-2o dmitho 87 c.k" liquors, 33 c; 49 t
b;ds and 1 csk mde, 200 ca spirits, 0 csks zinc, 2 parcels sam-f4
pies. 26 cs prnvLfon. 1 cxk sila. 1 csk pahu oil. 160 cs ale, 2
rs puiiK. T- Q. TLoms 66 bbls a books, 3 csks heads ami
hoop, 41 bun shooks, 102 bdU hoop Iron. Ill oks, 1 bb's, 6
les and 0 cs provisions, 9 bxs tea. 16 ceks beer, 16 kegs whis
key. 10 cs wine. 3 cans varuUh. 4 cs bnseed oU, 3 bbls tar. 4
kens snap, 16 eiks coals, 0 csks whale line, 3 rolls lead, 1 bskt
rtteM. 2 ck sails, 4 csks tobacco, 8 caks, 4 tins and 1 bskt
paint, 4 rs t"T. " cs boots and shoes, 1 b candles. Order
a bells au.l &xmg4. 1 wheel, Id pkgs sundries, 2 blocks tin, cs
From Fkasctsco per Smymiote, Oct. 14200,000 Bhln
fm, i JO't rud wood poet. 44,000 ft lumber, 100 bbls cement,
100 bl.la Imc, 200 scks potatoes. 490 scks Soar, lot of machinery
and boiler, HOpVps nvlie, 15 rs wine. 2 pkgs machinery, 26
kes nailn, 3 sheets copper. 3 pkca millinrry, 0 pks druics, 1
b-U whip, 2 csks mdse. S4 pkea furniture. 20 pkgs groceries, 10
pkgs fruit. 4 pes chain, 41 scks oats, $3,600 specie.
For Ilox--.!o per Oracle. Oct. 19 1991S 1U fungus, 1740
lbs old e.i jer. 220 la pulu, 67 lbs shark ins.
r'fwr. ba Faiscisco per Stnyrniote, Oct. 14 W F AHrn
ard wife. Mrs 3 BUhp and 3 children. Sirs J li Wood. Miss
Abbi Jol.mion,- Miss Lixxle Johnson. W N Ladd. N U Wood,
J a Leiehcna ami child. W O Grim. fTssaaea F Edwards, Jr,
Wm .Marsha. B II Lyon. Alex MctJuire, Martin Praab, J C
Frvta B.'STos per Iolani, Oct. IS Charles II nogers.
For II !okojw per Orack-, Oct. 13 Prof W T Brfgham,
1Ilijxt. In HoojtSuIa at the Queen's Hospital. Oct- 14th.
cf .pir.al disease. Wo. E. lialliday, aged 33 years, a native of 13
ew l rk Mate.
Lair.ifmg In Portsmouth. N. II Aug. 20. M. Louise. a?ed
21 year, wife nf Charles I. Laightnn. and daughter of the
Ute C it.t. P. P. Pen hallow, of Honolulu.
2t"r Th Chinese- passengers which touch here
n route ta China, are prone to smuggle opium and
the btat bys are contiutially on the alert to detect
xi--h evasions f tin revenue laws. We heard of
the detection of a sm.ill l"t during the pat week. H
Z2f The tVillwiiip is ibe nmouiit of raiu which 1
fell d .riuc the late -toria :
Frra Sa:nrdy .. SI. too.l:y A. M . 75 inches.
rcci Piii'jyA. M IrtMondlV P. M 1.13
Fr .ia Muaday P. M. ti Tuesday A. M 70
, ,T SInc cur last notice of whalers fitting in
'llu.vte.-n ports for the North Pacific, we find tb fid
l.tvi.ng additions) :
Ship .Vary. Lawrence, to sail in Octoter.
Birk 5r.nr, Aboer Stnith, to sail in October. I
Muting a total of 18 vessels.
f The hull of the Wyifsfan, sold at auc
tion, was pnrchised by J. I. IWeett, Esq., for
SICO). and will be broken up.
A nail for Son Francis.'o will be sent by
the Whlsikr and Keoka, on Monday and Tuesday
of uyxt weet.
The rostmaster-General has advices that
f.mr bags of mail matter were shipped on board
th;: tl.'poer ship frn.ja!. now over du.
TIIE PACiriO h
Commercial Advertiser, j
SATUHDAY, OCTOBER 21.
Urov receipt of the intelligence of the death
G, , , . . .
P Islands, and at times upon intimate terms, to
-uuo, iiv 4
n farnL(h u a tting obituary notice, which we
For his character as a man
always entertained reep ect, however much we
nave uiuerea wun nia omciai poncy.
The death r.f His Excellencv. Robert Crich-
Wtllie. II. II. M. Minister of Foreign
eleven o'clock, at his residence at Roeebank,
Xuuanu Valley, Honolulu. The public haa
been apprised on several occasions of late, by the
newspapers, that his health was gradually fail
ing and hia demise might be daily expected.
Its public announcement was accompanied by
an order, under the authority of the Minister
of the Interior, to close all Government offices.
The national flag at the fort on Punchbowl, and
at the Government offices, was lowered, as well N
as the flags of the various Consulates. Many of
the merchants closed their htores, and other
demonstrations of public mourning were not K
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omiiioa. ' M
It is highly, appropriate tnac ilia lajesty a ij
r.nvrrnmrnt and tho t.ublic rrenerallv should fcl
- , -ww- i w m w r f - fit) in trw finT. t v-a.a fa if f. n r- IaII j rj rwt tr.-.t ri
of His J-Jxcellency, II. U. Tine, II. u. 3i.f.ar --o - ' r "
? Jlinibttr of Foreign AfiairH, we reque-t?l a gvn- ' . . ,
f- , . , -,T t. u i , - 11 :-! to permit any more coolie?, than it could uVcentlv
t: tleman of this city, who haa teen personally ac- n . t J . t . ' , . , 1 "
Sh ... Drevent. to come into the Kiniraom : and. Lad it
thus make every liecoming demonstration of 3 a plantation on the Islands has sufficient laborers,
respect to the memory of the deceased, who has and some not the half required. Not another
.o to,- WtWull, discharged U.c dto rfgS,SrfTffi
Minister of Foreign Afluirs of this Kingdom. arrival from the Islands brings us the pleasing in
For more than twenty years, early and late, telligence that th Government has finally made a
, , , , i.ri ,j ore in the matter by chartering the bars li. HI
has he been found at his post of duty and 4 HW to proceed t0 hina for eargo ol coolie3
resronpibility. The office, during his incum- 3 for the plantations.
2 beney, has been no sinecure. 4
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ffjuio lanueu ut aiuuuiuiu .j
wich, Society, Friendly, and other Islands of
tha Pacific." They came from Mnzatlan, as
bourd II. B. M. ship Hazard, gij
having travelled oter!:ti:d from Vera Cruz,
a the -City of Mexico. They arrived at a
most critical period in tlie political history ot $
j thw King-J.jm. Admiral Thomas way residing ti
. ... r .i t i ti
Lere ub the representative of the British Gov- H
eminent. Ihe jferplexing affair ot the Provi- ji
sJ-.nnl f'.wlrm r.f th wiv.-rei nt v if tb.-s. li
T , , , e t-. i r i i i li
Islands to the Queen of Lngland bad not been tl
Ilavin?: remained a
weeks in Honolulu, Mr. Wjllie was making his
arrangements to leave for China, when His
Majesty, Kamebameha III, invited him to assume
the dutien of his Minister of Foreign Affairs;
nud whatever changes may have taken place
in the internal arrangement of the Govern .ent
or in its foreign relations, lie has ever retained
the Foreign Minister's portfolio ; hence, the
period of his service has been a few months
firtr i u-(ntvjin ( vmth. At that time the in- !Ji
dependence of this Kingdom was barely ac
knowledged by the United States and Great ;
Britain, but by no other civilized nations. F.
During the period which has since elapsed, t;
and through a diplomacy which he has con- H
ducted, almost every civilized ; nation on the H
glow has acknowledged the independence ot v;
this Kingdom, and entered into treaty stipu-P
l:i Hons with it. There have been fccnsons in the t
... a -ww a rl
hiNtr.rv nt tins Kmtriiom wnen its lnaercnucnco i.
, o r r
K has not onlv been c-ndantrered. but its verv s-
ri a ' " -i
existence threatened. Uu several occasions,
representatives tf 44 great powers" moet per-
ti intently evinced a disposition to encroacu upon
the rights and privileges of this Kingdom as an
independent sovereignty. As a foreign Minister, H
(and as ench he will occupy an important place t
in Hawaiian history,) his leading and lunda-k
mental rincitlo has been that the Hawaiian I
Kincdom was an independent and sovereign H
State, entitled to all the right and preroga- J;
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tnes of an independent nation, and should he
a-.-ai int. ihn ttimo n T?iiKK?! .ri
England, France or the United States. To the
lirn.-r onfl ro?;f rf lit tiipmorv. hft hnu con- M
M i V. k . MWA v. - - J ,
scientiously endeavored to carry out this princi
ple in negotiating numerous treaties with all
i the creatcr and lesser nations of the civilized
y world which have sought to enter into treaties m
with this Kingdom.
13 When Mr. AVyllie arrived at these islands he
1 was possessed of an ample fortune, having been
long and successfully engaged in financial and 0
commercial affaire, in London, Calcutta, United Ej
States and Mexico. He was a native of Hazel w
l Bank, Ayrshire, Scotland, having lcen born, H
October IS, 1798, hence he was 07 years and K
U G days old. In early life he received a good g
R classical and medical education, and subsequently gj
became acquainted with the French and Spanish
1 languages. Tho latter he wrote and spoke with
the fluency and accuracy of a native of Siain.
While some may withhold their ne?ent from all
the political views and opinions of the deceased,
and mi? sevcrclv censure some of his measures.
. v .i
asserting tlrat he was wrong and opinionated, H
jet it will be readily acknowledged that a most n
rcmarkablo man haa jessed away. Very many ti
looked upon him as a true and generous friend, as u
well as a most laborious, faithful and conscien- Ej
tious public officer. He died in communion with 3
the Reformed Catholic Church.
At a meeting of tbe Hawaiian liar and tae (5
Ofticers of the Supreme Court, held at the office of 1
3 of February, 1844, in company with General u overlook it. and at the same time imposed a heavy
K Miller, who had Teen eent out by the British (3 Penalty on imported rice as your readers will re-
3 - r i oil"1 '"enioer.j 10 leeu ine iiicomuin uiiiauieii. .iier
i Government as Consul-General for the 44 band- tj al tilt.se eVi.rv labors, the Government rested,
... r- , t-k., . i, 1,1,1, , f R losses through incompetencv to select healthy
the Attorney General, on Thursday the lath ofgmen anJ wmon Suh W0UM bo thrown '
October, ifito. the Honorable Attorney leneral
was called to the chair and Mr. A. F. Jttdd elected
secretary, and the following resolutions were unan
imously adopted :
Rtnolrfii, that the member of the Hawaiian Bar and the
Odicrs of the Supreme Court now assembled; have beard with
deep sorrow the sad intelliitence of the death of His Excellency
Robert Crichton WyrV, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
lit sol tel. that by this lamentable event, the nation has sus
tained the ls of a di voted, faithful and industrious public
servant, and the Crown a lcyat and indtfat;gable Miniater.
Rrsoh eJ, that during a pnod of twentyjne years his loyal
ty to his Sovereign ana oerotion 10 ine oesi inieresia 01 ire g stltiltion under wnicn tney act.
kingdom have been uuiversally recognired and appreciated, H The Commisioner is a physician and was Select
and that the real with which be has devoted himself to his H,. , , . -i-. a : i l
dltr and the .kill w.th which he has conducted the foreign Eg ! because of his supposed ability to judge whea
affairs of the country whereby he has been so eminently in- a nian was sick, and the proof that the confidence
truaiental in brining the Hawaiian Miuinoi into me lamuy e
s enutie mm w me iamK snuu .r ,,, p.,r, y
secure mm a I'ruznineut i iii utc uisiuij kji una i
Rr.nU ri that t!:e Supreme Court be respectfully reouestetl W
to ,.rd.;r toe fongoiog resolutions to be cuured on the records i ,lars Out. Certainlv, the Doctor will not make
U ktoneZ'tt tbe fan-going regions be j.utli.hed in the g tax-payers, pay for that one. He is too honor
jouuithUrtty, ilV, to screen himself under official irresp.,n,-
A. Faast is Jcvu. Secretary, fc bility. However, there is always sweet with the
j honey and thorns with briars, and the public have
Arnnrvr C Mien Kso.. of Aldrich. Walker some return and consolation tor their diseased
Co., was thrown from h
his carriage last evening, fc,
on Beretania street, and seriously hurt.
Ihii morning that he is quite comfortab'e
0 cai"D- R
The Coolie (.neaiiou.
I Communicated. J
Miu Loitok : Tiie conduct of the Government,
l from the enactment of the "rice" law up to the im-
h position of ten dollars per bead upon he coolit-s
U -ua?wor ior uie pruuege oi wording m ilk-
M been consistent in its conduct, it never would.
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fl Henceforth no sane man will ever be able to sruesd
its Dolicv. unless he id admitted (which is not
j j 't vuauii vvj aajvr u n i u i r. vivii vi k.iaic, .i j J n i 1 1 1
A cai mathematician will ever be able to calcula
y it3 eccentric orbit, or where to find the "little
H joker" in case a knowledge of its whereabouts ia
j n'ssar7 to h" political, religious, commercial or
IX Toe Government is guilty of one good deed,
M barring the stupid, unbusinessli execution of it,
and for which all will give them due credit and
thanks ; but whether it was a blunder, or whether
it was the pressure brought to bear on them by
th e community through your columns, it matters
little, and the motives fur which I will not attempt
to guess. Perhaps a leading San f raucisco jour
nal, of April last, speaking of these Islands in
H general, and "the coolie trade" in particular,
U S1Tes proper hoiuuon, peruaps not; iet mu
e . , . e - .
A the Islands, in 1RT1, the people there have had a
A whrilninp ilrriil rT Tfitn t wife tb PTnnnnmt
wur iriutiess c-norts to ootam soutu .-ea
Islander I I-t-H rwl in nnrt. nrnrmrilr. in cnri4t.
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quence of the late Peruvian kidnapping scheme
carneu on tnere.) tney nave nnaiiy concmaea to
tr' tIie ceiestia sagain, and tnere seems to te no
urua 1sft Tr! Vrni Ttr trirt Tirac
" The late boSU3 Legislature, acting under the
bogus Constitution of August 20, enacted an ' Im-
Tuirrratlon" law : also, one creating a Bureau to
laid low, and with its eajrle eye at the hole,
watched the course of events. No one can say
that the Government intended to defeat tin? pur
pose of the planters to import laborers, yet it op
pears very much like it ; nt all events, some of the
planters mo3t in need of laborers, must have sin
peeled something of the kind, since they gave or-
aers to their agents to procure Cliianmen through
" well-known commercial house in tins citv. winch
step oroiignt uown mstaiuer iue wrain oi uovern-
ment upon the,. The matter culminated in au
imbecile-lookiag Ordinance No. 1.' prohibiting all
person? from introducing laborers into the Kmg-
doin wititout a license liom the Bureau .of Iinmi-
prativn under a penalty of one hundred dollars
lor ench laborer so introduced. It is plain that
f J the King is hostile as is his tight to tLe introdnc-
titui of Chinese laborer5, otherwise he would have
withheld his signature from the 4 Hire Law.? which
evidently was aimed at the throat of the enter
prise ; besides, tiiat law had only natives for advo
cates, in a servile Legislature, with the exception
of one foreigner, w ho is unworthy of mention. It
is reported that the ministry has salted down this
immigration scheme in the manner above hinted
at ; that is, put themselves square in the road in
order to command the position ; and if they could
not prevent, why. then yield gracefully to circum
stances, and make as much political capital as pos
sible out of it among the planters. This view of
the case will explain the jealousy of the ministry
and the imbecile 'Ordinance which, by its whine,
plainly indicates that their position is turned, and
their expected honors and political capital are in
jeopardy. We shall believe Chinese laborers have
been introduced into the Islands when the fact is
reported in the Honolulu journals."
The "Chinese laborers5 have arrived. It is as
tonishing, but there is inr denying the bewildering
fact the San Franciscans will have to admit it;
though, alter' the Constitution swindle, with its
' twelve ron nds offixed ammunition," its Kamalc
ings. its infinite lyings and jugglings, its first-born
brat, the ' bogus Legislature" with its illegiti
mates, the Rice- and "Pig-iron" laws the whole
thing is inconceivable to a sane mind, unless it is
to " make as much political capital out of it as
possible among the planters." They will succeed,
if there are any planters who prefer perfidy to
The Government consoles those most interested.
for the bad management of the Bureau of Immi
gration, by telling them of the " atrocities" they
have escaped inflicting upon Chinadom by the "re
fusal of the Board to enter into any arrangements
with the Peruvian firm in Macao, or in permitting
private parties to open up a coolie trade with this
country which would result in such atrocities as
detailed."' in an extract from the Friend cf China.
This is a very high compliment paid to our mer
chants and planters. Contra, had some of the
ti members of the Board of Immigration, and Mr.
li Pastor, Peruvian Consul for the Wtut Coast of
China, (if there is such a place,) only have kvowt
each others" antecedents and future purposes,
there micht have been " an arrangement,' instead
Gf a dignified and Christian refusal, whereby the
public could have coolies cheap, and quite as good
as those already received. The Gazette has set tip
a dummy and then knocked him over with a great
noun.b, forgetting tbat a business man would
Jrt'am of entering into arrangements with
-Mr- I'astor, or the Peruvian Consulate, or even
with any Government, to furnish us with coolies,
but procure them through legitimate channels
the best reputed commercial houses there as the
Board is now obliged to do, and pay commissions
in addition to the costs of a Commissioner, not
withstanding its silly boastings. "A Merchant"'
asks, very pertinently, in your last number, How
rv - ,
the Alberto's laborers compare with those
brought by the Matador I believe the latter was
private enterprise." True, and arrangements
could have been made with private enterprise,'
so as to have none other than coolies like those
brought by the Matador, and at the same time
saved the expense of a costly Commissioner, the
expense of advance and feeding those who die on
Jt passage, and the expense of publishing an in-
finite amount of Court gabble on tne subject, as
private enterprise" would have to sustain nil
their hands, and not, uolens volens. upon the plant
ers and tax-payers of this Kingdom, who perforce
must be responsible for the costs of the Hoard's
childish experiments. Since the Government has
seen tit to perpetrate one good act, it may another,
and the individual members of the Hoard, per
haps, will assume all extra charges occasioned by
their folly. If so, I shall be the very first to ap
plaud them. Without a doubt, honorable me a
y would do so. and I believe they all are honorable
mi ll, .4l lit filial ijr l uv.- . . iiw . a 1 iiui cvi iux. VrfUlj-
Gt the government was not mispiaceu. lies, not SO
mnc ,n tjl0 fact cf so maUv diseased men and wo-
ri men uuwii" iijose netii, tiiat iuc uiic 11 st-ieeieu
.1. , .. - . . . . 1 . .. 1 1 . . . I , . .- 1 . . 1
for himself the favored one died of disease three
cool,e3 a txtr,a ?xpynse3. e nave (tnat is. tne,
of the most respectable houses in I longkong," and,
as the Gazftte gravelv remarks, "the British Au
tborities fully approved of all things done in the
When Mr. Reward requested John Bull to with
draw the right of asylum in his waters to Confed
erate pirates, he was obliged to beg Mr. Seward to
hold on till be could obtain the approwl of the
French A'horiti -.. The British Lion is now
avenged. Hawaii has bad to knuckle and seek his
approval to do busiuess with the people of another
nation. To complete our independance. there only
remains to obtain John Bull's approval to trade
with the people of California.
I hope the government folk will take these few
remarks of approval of their course in the spirit
they are otJWed. In all seriousness, I council
planters, and all others wanting laborers, to take
them off the hands of government without hesita
tion and sneak not from a plain duty to bear each
one his hare of the trouble of training in the celes
tials to our modes of labor. No individual planter
can claim that he Las more right than another to
native", exclusively, unless he can prove that he
has educated more natives to labor than any other.
Planters who want laborers and refuse to take
their share of coolies, w ill be suspected of the
mean desire to shirk them off on to the others and
have, with wonderful cleverness, all native labor
to themselves. Yours, .
Honolulu, Oct. 19ih, IS Go.
Tue Lectche before the Dashaways. Mrs. A.
W. Allen addressed the Dashaways, of this city, on
Saturday evening last, upon which occasion she
had a full and attentive audience. To make a lec
ture on temperance interesting, is a task which it
seems but few in this city are willing to undertake.
but which Mrs. Allen has not only undertaken on j
two occasions, but with marked success. We weie
pleased to hear that she touched upon the subject
of intemperance in eating, as well as drinking, and
that the fact and statistics which she produced to
support her arguments, were very much to the
point. Is there no other lady in our midst who is
willing to undertake a lecture before this Society ?
;Tr- On receipt of the intelligence in town, of
the death of His Excellency R. C. Wyllie, several
stores, and all government officers were closed.
In the Supreme Court the Attorney-General made
a few pertinent remarks, and moved an adjourn
ment, which was carried into effect.
riMIE CO-PA RTXRRSII IP Heretofore ex-
JL isling between HKN'NETl & McKKNNT U this day dis
solved by mutual conseut. The business will be earned on by
W. EENNKri', und all outataiuling debts of the firm will be
settled by the undersigned.
Honolulu, Oct. 0, 1305. 491-lni
ON HAND nl Fl)RSALE!
Best Patent Asphalt HOOFING FELT,
IiIP.ECT FROM TIIE MANUFACTURERS IN BELFAST.
4 VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR A I.I
KIXDS OF HOOFS.
For stile bv
J ANION, OREEN & Co.
Fencing Wire, IVos. l&G
llOR SALE BV
.1 AN ION, GREEN & Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope !
I.MJR SALE BV
1 491-Sm JANI0N, GREEN & Co.
$ I en in sintl Slousc Coal !
IX LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.
For s.ile bv
JANIOX, OREEN Si Co.
Suai and Molasses,
i;iKOM TIIE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
M sale in quantities to suit by
491.3m ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Snar and Molasses,
H1ROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale ia quantities to suit by
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Capt. Green, from Boston, j
BOLIjES &, Co., j
II AVE RECEIVED iiim! OFFER FOR SALE
2t A COILS .MANILA CORDAGE,
3 9 Assorted Sizes. j
Hemp CorJaM", assorted sizes. Houseline, t
Marline, Spunyarn, Seizing, Ratlin, lc, &c.
"AS II OA RS!"
4000 Feet Oars, assorted gizrs.
for Sale by
491-5t B0LLE3 fc Co.
Fifty Coils Manila Whale Line !
"BTOR SALE BV
B0LLES & Co.
A SSORTED NUMBERS from OO. to No.C.
2. For Sale by
BOLLE3 h Co.
-HTIOR SALE BV
B0LLES If Co.
Boston Pilot Bread !
OsTk sTksf irk EBS. BEST BOSTON PILOT
and in splendid order.
BREAD, packed iu whalemen's casks
For sale in lots to suit the purchaser bv
491-St BOLLES & Co.
TX CASES AND HALF BARRELS.
For sale by
BOLLES & Co.
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR,
Golden Gate Baker's Extra Flour,
Goldeu Gate Superfine Flour, in qr. and hlf sacks.
A Small Lot of Extra Family X
Put up in barrels expressly for
491-5t BOLLES ii Co.
Pickles and Pic Fruits, best English.
ElOR SALE IJY
BOLLES & Co.
Faints and Faint Oil!
BEST ENGLISH BOILED OIL.
Dutch Boiled Oil,
Best English Zinc, Best Enpl.'i Lead,
Black Paint, Verdigris, Chrome Yellow,
Prussian Blue. Putty.
For Sale by
431-5t . BOLLES & Co.
Tea, Coflcc, Rice
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores.
X7U1R SALE BV
BOLLES & Co.
TH. KRULL'S CELEBRATED
Hawaiian BrTess Beef!
ITOR SALE BV
1 41-&t BOLLES & Co.
OsTTa Kl" DEL NORTE.
U 4) J U F 40,000 K. S. Sol.
Manila and a variety of other Brands.
Just Received and For Sale by
431-Ot B0LLE3 & Co.
JOHN A ND EKSON'S SOLACE,
'avy, Honey lew,
And a I'ariety of Other Brand and Qualities.
For Sale by
491-0i BOLLES k Co.
IA d CS. DOWNER'S, AND FARRAR'S
f f Foi Sale by
451 H E0LLE3 4 Co
Aur.ivu. ok thk Comkt. This packet arrived
last evening from San Francisco, having left
there on the 30th September, and experienced
light and varhbl ? winds the entire passage. She
brings thirteen cabin and four steerage passengers,
and a large freight of assorted merchandise. The
news from San Francisco is to the 30th of Septem
ber, and from New York, telegraphic, to the 2Sth
of September. Nothing of importance has trans
pired since our quotations per Oracle.
W. T. XjADD .
Has Just Eeceived from Boston,
AND OFFERS FOR SALE
SHELF HARDWARE !
I'RMTUKE KXOTBS AXD CASTERS,
Molasses Gates, Drawer LkVks, uunp ituots.
Meat Hooks, Saddler's ranches,
Gimp Tacks, Hooks and Kyes,
Prit. Tea and Table Spoons. Sand Paper, Bed Keys,
r.uteher's Cleavers, Small Chain,
Dutta and Hinges, Door Bolts. Hasps and Staples,
Uoat Rivets and Huffs. TN'uts and Washers.
Bench Vices. Large assortment of Door and Padlocks,
Hand Bella, Shot Pouches.
Plumbs and I-eveln.
iShintf ing and Bench natchets,
Combination Rules, Chalk Lin Reels
GuHges, T Bevlls, WoodSa"s,
Hane Handles, Callipers,
Back Saws, Iron Braces,
Screw riatea. Socket Firmer Chisels,
Broad Axe and Adze Handles,
Auirer Bits, Iron Bench Screws,
Rivetting and Adae Eye Hammers, ,
Cranks and Rollers, Bench Planes,
' Bench nooks. Tinmen's Shears, Steel Squares.
Arkansas Oil Stones and Slips,
Scri Wrenches, 6 to IS inches.
Wood Rasps, Top Mauls, Soldering Irons,
Gentlemen's Tool ChesU.
Assortment of Cooper's Tools.
TlunUnjr Knives, Ivory Handle Dessert and Dinner Knives and
Best Silver Plated Tea, Dessert and Table Spoons;
Dessert and Dinner Forks, Salt Sfoons.
Stet-l ShovcU and Spades,
Handled Oo'b, Pick Axes,
Plow Har.dles, Garden Rakes,
Manure Forks, Pat. Bow Pins.
Swivel, Planter's Hoes
Slioe Kit, etc..
Gilson' Men'.! and Boy's Lasts, Boot Web,
Sue Sticks. Sho Lifts, Closing and Peg Awls,
Awl Handles, Saddler's Thread, Leather Preservative,
Shoe I'nives and Shte Pir.cera.
BEST BALTIMORE CALf SKINS I
FairLubL' T-a Sc.des,
Counter Platform Scales, gcale Beams.
Hcrse Shoe Nails, Coffee Mills,
Clothes Pins, Sheet Iyad, Charcoal Irons,
Curtain Pins, Bath Bricks, Grindstones,
Rubber Hose, Grain Scoops,
Sheep Blls, FpR Beaters, Whisks,
Mxrket Baskets in nests,
liarucs Oil Marking,
l-ponge Blacking, Fry Pans,
Galvanized Wire Nettinp,
Chopping Trays, Wire Sieves,
Brit. Tea Pots, Brit. Lamps,
Kerosene Stoves, .
Cut Nails, 3d to 60d
Shoe, Wall, Whitewash and Varnish Brushes. 491-3t
IPei " SrayiMiiote."
W. EM. LADD
HAS RECEIVED AS ABOVE, AND OF
FERS FOR SALE
Cut Nails, Ox Yokes,
IXL Knives, Mexican Spurs,
Leather Beltinjr, Bed Screws,
cook' Auger uits, iron ttiveis, &e., ac. 491-3t
A MAN TO CUT WOOD BV TIIE CORD
XTL. or month,
Two men to blast rocks and lay wall.
By J. II . WOOD.
THE PREMISES OX NUUANU
Street, lately occupied by Durham Robinson, Esq.
as a Coffee Saloon. Terms 2 O a month.
490-Ot Harbor Master's Office.
A IIEAVV PLANTATloy
5 CART in pood condition.
I Enquire ot
489-31 A. BISHOP. Nuuanu.
Notice of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
rMIE CO-PARTNERSHIP lleretorore ri.
M. ietint under the firm naaie of W. F. ROY & Co.. is this
I day dissolved.
j All claims of the old firm will be liquidated by the nnder-
I signed. W. F. ROY.
Honolulu, Octoler 12, 13o4.
FROM AND AFTErTtHISPATE.I WILL
pay no bills contracted iu my name, without my order.
J. M. W EST.
Honolulu, Cct. 7, 1865. 489-lra
AT THE ANNCAL MEETING OF THE
i isk HAIKU SUGAR CO.. held on the 5th inst.. the following
Officers were chosen fT the ensuing year, vii :
S. N. Castli?. President; M. B. Beckwith. Secretary;
S. Sjivnu.s, Treasurer; J. P. Cook, Auditor.
M. 11. BECKWITH,
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
! itt'OTIIER 10T OF JIAfniSERF, ETC.
JCST RECEIVED, PER "DENNIS BRCN
1)KIT:" A TRAIN OF 5 CARRON PANS,
To bolt together, 4 of 500 pallons each, and 1 teache. These
pans are cf the most approved form.
2 OR 4 STEAM CLARIFIERS,
i 600 gallons each, with cast iron siJes, with 29 cnpj.fr pipes
, e team-cocks, condensed water pipes, &c, all complete. These
, are 011 i;ie laii ana rx-st ,i,-c ign.
1 4-HORSE POWER TURBINE WHEEL.
4 sets 15-inch
CAST IRON RAILWAY WHEELS,
lojiid and slotted.
OVER 2.GOO FEET OK T RAILS,
(Cnr.traetnrV rsilB.) These would make a gocxl track for
GOO FEET 1 3-4x1-4 INCH FLAT IRON,
A 12 horse power
STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER, complete.
This ran be h.-ul at a bargain, and is warranted a somplete
and tood engine.
A LS 0 .
12 feet long, and 5 feet 6 inches in diameter, with 74 3, 8
and 4 inch tubes, just completed at the Honolulu Iron Works,
and suitable for any purpose, but peculiarly adapted to be set
at the end cf a train.
N. B. Th undersigned have Just received the most com
plete assortment of
u Best Best Thorncy Craft" Bar Iron
evrbrought to this market. They will warrant the quality, and
will sell asserted lots of over a Un at very moderate rates
4.90-et J ANION. GREEN i CO.
JCST RECEIVED FROM BRE
MEN per A.J. POPE,
TWO JA CCA RAND A CASE
Cottage P ianoN !
65 and 7 Octaves.
For Sale at
MELCHERS k Co'i.
100 1YIILLE MANILA CIGARS!
HAVANA SHAPE, NO. 2.
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT irons MANILA
by way of HONGKONG per
ENGLISH SHIP ROSCOE I
490.1m MELCHER9 & Co.'s
FROM CHINA PER " ALBERTO ! "
CAMPHOR CHESTS, In srta of four ruck.
MATTING, 4-4, rolls of forty yards each.
PRESERVED GINGER, in cases of aix jars each.
For sale in Quantities to suit. Terms reasonable.
MEI.CHF.RS St Co.
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.,
HAVE ON HAND
And OlTei For Sale Low I
To Close Consignment.
Barrels Swedish Tar,
Barrels Bright Tarnish, China Tiles,
Barrels Roofing Composition,
Rolls Roofing Felt, Casks Shooks, Heads and Hoops
Kegs Shooks. 490 lm
A LAIUJE LOT OF SUPERIOR
ON II AND AND FOR SALE BV
490-lm ALDKRCH, WALKER 3c Co,
Ex Cambridge and Eldridge !
fTj A SMALL LOT of EXCELLENT
In Barrels and Half Lands.
For Salo by
ALDRICH. WALKER 4 Co.
EIITIE, RR1CK A1VD CEHEIVT
FOR SALE BV
ALDRICH. WALKER Co.
OFFER FOR SALE AT REASONABLE
RATES, the following, Tix :
Quarter Casks Imperial Pale Brandy,
Cases Gin (superior article).
Cases Old Tom,
Cases Porter in pints and quarts.
490-lm ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
A FEW CASKS
Marshall's Superior Currant Wine !
FOR S.4 LE BY
490-lm ALDRICH, WALKER k Co.
HAWAIIAN RICE !
nnilE UNDERSIGNED AGENT OF TIIR
Jl PUNALUU RICE PLANTATION, is in receipt of
NEW HAWAIIAN RICE!
Direct from the Rice Mill, which will be sold iu quantities to
4S9-3m n. W. SEVERANCE.
G. BREWER & CO.!
OFFER FOR SALE
TlW Cargo !
Of the Hawaiian Clipper Skip
HI. W. GREEN, blaster.
JUST RECEIVED !
Consisting in part of
Wests Shipping Trunks
COM. TEN N ESSE SADDLES, RUBBER PACKINW
RUBBER BELTING, BARRELS GLUE
MANILA ROPE, SMALL SIZES
Manila Bolt Hope
Whaleline, Tarred Cordage
Tt .T iBS 23 3Ls -A. 3NT Tr 33 X" &
IRON STOCK ANCHORS, CHAIN CABLE3
Yollow ZMetal Sheathing !
HOOP IRON, (small sizes)
COOPER'S ANVILS, . LIGHT WEIOI1T TACK
200 Cases Kerosene Oil I
Plows, Hay Cutters
Road Scrapers, Cultivators
O x Y okes!
Heavy Hand Carts, Rivets, Plax .Canvas.
14 GALL. SHOOKS, PINE
15,000 EASTERN UED BRICKS !
Cut Nails, Blind
KEROSENE IjAMPS 2
Kerosene Bleaters, Silver Plated
Ware, Plated Jewelry.