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SATURDAY. MAkClZ. XvA.
A we WT.t t pr-J ! .1 : w c k the l.ar Jj. V. M urru f
th !li...ar, !'..-: Lin-. w r.r. jr.-M, wt.ich r f.i!.t d.t-.s
on th -rrth. f.tirr P-?r thi t-rt i.n I'tM. Ih- bri.' . -
Ai-r. ;, ch her cr ,r. t!.- ICth. srr.v'd r ;!, IXh.
Alt the psa.e n:de both wjj beten the two pe.rt f the
pt l.ree n; .-r.tr. h Urn u.-.u.aj::y S-n?. anJ at the easoa
r,r fr-th tra it i at h.rI. we .V pe t. r-p.rt Ktrii---
For j.rtu:uUr of the .-r. FrantUco tiik
i-t, e ref-rtC. W .
Erv.Ls k. C " circular on .&r mt I
1 .Vkrry tro.rf an u.-iuuai;y ir;; an I tU.!? Caryf.
Ic-oicM at f 5.C, r.l cr.:f.f.it of S-rrl trctas-i: aui
122.O.-0 ia trt&f.
T.- ln,',r frrm ! I r!i usuil otttartt i-f
- I.,., t ...... i.. .v Tl tr.l I1, !'.! li.rt
ia a TaluiXle tiic, ar:J :.' there -n-e ay to aroi l :he !
K.rr, it woaM f-r r I r-,r.:ahl-. The Lllrid'jt wji !-:i:r.r-l
there aice two ar-relti afu.r tisj raiy f r ?--a. arid slc.lar di-ter.t-,r.
are r,'-t iuasuai.
Tl.e Uij-:ar CuC.ib i-tOt-i'irifTa.rriVrJ on Mor.
la, ff m ?ita, .f.t.x,e, ;v f.P-tcu Vi evrrctreQ hur.-Jrl btlj.
f oij ar,d l-.0 l uii li t-t Aji.r, which will br sh.p;-! to
Bretiiea Ij the It. If. H'ooJ, note Jae. X!-e Uttrr T-s-I U li2
Iaj '.'Ut fr .m fcr'tneo. wiUj a j?c-ra'. crjro c : 3:r.-.--J to M- irs.
Hoci-fflJ A. C ... The ( taru w.i; te atchl to Victor A
ia aix.ut two wrtks. '
Two whaler f.ave rr.-i danp th-. week, arJ other inay
be daily eipcte.l. The tark fritiitnt. frcta New I-.lforJ, !
ref' rta Lait jrittn several !.cr.i iu. Ilr r-rt wi.l be
foaal below. A Cat A t -rtj whalers day be expected thil j
fprizir, briijir.j the usual average of oil aiil bote, takeii be
Tile de.anaret curirj? the jretk eicbrace the baric Ethan
Ail't, with a tirJI c-rB'o rala-ol at JIT.WjO. fr San FraLcUo,
bJ the Khot'Cier yr for Victor:, Vaixruver I!acl.
The oT-C'iti of c-i4t'.-n hive fcen vry tardy. aiid freight
fcii rccse in .'ow.y. en whxh aCXGDt the rai;icg' of the barks
Onursri arl Comtt is farther postponel lii) txt week. The
weaiher. oo tn t of the (taita:i f -r aiue week LaJ been
tach ai ti irjterf"-re w.th griudiog, al the rcaij exceedingly
baJ. which Las caae-l l-ht rrcipts of roJaoe.
Th- &ch'xer frcm Koaa. Hawaii, brought io a fu!l
caro, Scclalifij oranifes. arid otce f:y kepi of sg&r
fr-itu the UN'AU-mi I'.a.-.uCoti ia Koua. The Koca crai:'e
cr j hai t-eo rather backward thia season oa accour.t tf the
biiLt, which ha trcaM-d the trees, at.l f -r the saie reason the
froi- ia the early part of the s-a-,r. w t..t very o-l, but it
Las improved ti is now of the usaal fir.e q'ulity. The ei.t.re
orar.e cr p of K .ni t lri and . will j-rbally amour.t to at
least 2.aj.Aa. Tie tre gvrieraUy ar-; i'aicg very fir.e and
pr n.ue an al-uo Ur.t yiell for the cotiin seavjri. Fear penle
are aware of the tuu.ber tf orat-jre which a tre ia fa:; ani
Tiifvroci bearir.z wiil pr!u'e. Fr .m five to ten thouinl i
. . .. , t . . 1
orao.'ts s a con.uio.u j.eM, ar.d there are tre-s that have j ro.
u-d 2u it. ,u year. Th- future of t?. Kvr.a fruit growers ;
who hare ben patiently t.v.iaf avxi tendif.f their crcLar Ji for !
ten or fifteen year,, promis an abundant reward.
IraI trade ha been very d all the pat week, and our cer-
chants can ea.,dy etleir dependence oa reuUr coasts? r-
vie. i-d L-, E.ucb th st.-auxr -ss has iat-rfcre-J with gen- i
eralt.a-Je. t tW we have an auiple sa; ply of coastrrs or a I
eraier,we ciit not exp-ct our ii.t'.r-.-ian 1 c-tccuerce to increase ;
as rapi.ll, as U ha. lately. j
GotJ in Xr Tork, Ib. 1,141; Feb. 2, 140. Oil in Xew i
Vork, Jan. I perm 2.4i to f z ij; whale oil, i , whai- j
bone. per pound, currency pris.
Ooe-iixteentri tit W iiliaio tr U-ury of Fairhavr-n. as she is
tow at sea. was sold at auoti n r-eenlly, ty tie.-re A. ljurne.
to t. 31. fuller, at tr.e rate or f jo.ooo.
Bi.sto.". Jan. 10. Tle tark s'ainuel A. Thomas, Lwis. ar- ,
rivel at New i5-tlf.r 1. & t-w days ao. after an absence of '
twei.ty-Bve loon'.hs in the 1'aciftr. rt.e has taken on her
voyage 7o barrels of siria aitd barrels of whale oih
The Influx of National currer.ry c.r.i.nae. an-1 the balance 1
ia su-lreaury has increased to over 73,Wi.OOO. The demand
f.r n6Dey at the Went was rn.re tr.sk. Itate r.f d.-coant at
Chicago is ten p-r i,t. per annum. IisCouut h-re is duil at .
even, nine, ten and thirteen.
s'iiiF Sale. chip Hibemia, of New York, at New Bedford, '
UI too, fold mea-ureu.eiit.) was sold at auction a few days
asro, by e.re A. I.urne v Cn-iries K. Tucker At Co.. for
$"JjO. She wi.l be fitt-d for the North Tariflc whale fishery, !
to b ctnuan JeJ ty Capt. Jeremiah Lud'..-w, Ute of ship
Isaac llowiand.burced ty the henanloah.
N'aw Vox, Jan. 22. Foreijra merchandise, owing to the
titfh 01 of importations, is bell with much firniriess. Wool ;
U OHire active; fi:e Ceeces io troil demand at full piices; Cali- ,
fornix dull of sal; 14 bad-g. fall clij s, soUl at 3020c; 10,bJ
pounds fine at Hides are dull; holders are ui.wjhit.fr to
suake concesskms in order to effect sales; prices unchanged.
Ous are in better ileiuand; oleacbeii wiiiter sperm; i
bleached winter wliale 1 6i. kiIs have piven way little in
prices; are more in di-tcand. however, and Rales are larger; deer '
tui-t. Freights to Cal.f rnia duil; we ijuote Z.3. ia f -r clippen, ;
ml II i cents per Fiv-it arid siioe trade i qaiet; f,r
California there is little inquiry. arI no shiptnei.ts from I: u .
or New York the pl week. I'aciCc Mail has drtline.1 to iZitJ. i
fili of 1JJ wkl io a month. The money market continues to ;
ra:n strength and activity. Foreign exchamre is weaker under
increased supply; bids ia l.u.ite-1 demand, closinar at lOi for !
tankers4 ster.u.. I
The Pott says th- !.an market U easy and rapid at 5 per j
nt. The oanks have a ur0uity of capital but general con- !
C.ience is wanui,. The Muck .Market is irrteuUr. Oil 5-0s
is lower in consequence of ttf anttcipited fauiiiK off io iiur-I-ean
denanil, 7--Js firm without much activity.
For s Faasctaro per Onward, Monday; Comet, Tuesday.
For Kosa per F.meline, Mo.nday.
PORT or HOIJOIaXJIsTJ. Jl. 1.'
Feb. 25 Am wh barS l'eru. !mi:ti , from cruie, Iakinir.
20 Auj lark A. A. tMriJ.'e. Abbott. 'ZZ days frm
Portland, witti mdse ti Walker, Allen & Co.
24 Ru ship Carxarwiurli. Ak sandroCf, IS das from
S'tk. wi:h uTThi.d.e Vi Hatkfeld L Co.
chr Kalaii.a. Makahi. from Nawiliwiii.
21 Sehr Prince. Hatfield, from Ilanalei.
UT Schr Mary. frii llil.
Slaroh 1 is-hr AlU-rui. CUrk. from Waimea.
1 S-.r Mnm kii. Mirch'il.t, fron liana
2 Am wh tar 1'resi.ier.t Kelly. 7 months out from i
New Bedford. Willi Tj I t.U whale oil.
2 schr Kmel.ne. Crane, frm Kona and Kan
'I i"chr Helen. Kinney, rr n M -I .kai and Maliko.
2 schr Kate I-e. Cr.dick. from Kona.
Schr M-.iwahit.e. Meliish. fr.jm Kol a.
' Sci.r Jl..i Kiki, Napela. from Kahului.
Ili:iA RTI KES.
21 Am bark Ftlan AIl'B. Siw, f .r San Francisco
24 Schr Active, t lory, f r Lahair..
- fcr r Nahier.aet). I'. wr. t-t llilo.
2l .-chr Ka 51., W ilbur. f ,r Kahului.
'.7 schr Kalatn. Makahi. I t K.J. .a.
2n P-hr Mary tlln. V. rv.. f.-r Kal.uluu
Slarib 1 schr innc. Hatfield, f..r ilanalei.
i -Schr Mary, t-.r lid-.
2 Srhr Mar.iK'kawai, Marcluir.t, f r Maliko.
Xj R..r li. C". Murr-iy. It-nr.eit. reports First part .f ;
pa-. calms aril li.-h: w.n-ls fr-.m ?. ?. Fi. to S. W. and '.
vrry rain; lat:r part had I.l.t variable win-Is, calms, and i
car fine weather. '
Ry the Air.rici.- 1. tie bark i'rtudtnt. Kelly, 7 mrs. ou j
frriu New ldfird. we have the fTX of tl.e fallowing ve.v 's :
I aoT Wrj.l. Ri-!.tuori. 1'J ;.. r-H lta; f.ia. 1
h rr.p-. fi. Worth. 11" wh an 1 ii rrin, off I'alaonia. t
Nacti.u. IHiver. ri an. orf Patagonia. j
I n.'-n. K.,er. I riht wl!e sirve U.t report, ol I'a. agr nia. ;
lJith,w. l:k-r. 1 p. o!T Chili.
1 1 Fellow. Wei 1. I r M wfu. j
.pt Vi, C Uin, 1 t-rro wh ,w nrwe last r'jrt. !
' 1 j
Fr- sa Sa F vn.-r.. pr I. C. Miirray. F h. 21 25 cs
rider. 1 plff aimanae, ti r whi'y. lt ca Litters. 15 cs wire. 3
furn.turr, 6 cs rr.irWe, 1 cs cr--r.ery. 1 .ferwil .Ute. 15 k
lis. 2 pk.- s.h. 1 I wine. 2 .!-r, 5 t P ip ' ran ly. 4 cs ;
rg...i,oomatsii.-e. is stove. ; i-is i...dowware.i mi het I
iron, 20 hit scks fl -nr. IiJs t-ul. kirs t.Trintra, a tt-H
fih. t ks c tt. n -; 3 k-t. a pie, i cs bread, 2rfm j
srarch, 6 s dru.'s. 3 r Biaware. U n rhairs. 1 cs spring. 1 cs
waahatar.-l. 1 bll sprmsa. S cs photographic gio.ls. 2 b tot-ac- j
c. 25 bis oakum, 20 ir wk ft -ur. I kss pads, 100 bMs lime,
8il IkIIs hi! g!-s. 75J ft luml er, 2 t skt champae. 14P !
empty barrels. 6 2 scks bran, 4tnoats. 2 cs c.r res water, 5 :
rtd mustard oil. 4 raw plates, 1 pkg book. 20 pa sundries. 1
oi I ku'S mdae. j
ir-ra Ih.art asi rr A A ISdnd. Feb. 25 243 bbls and ,
20 l.lf bMs .ilmon. 1-jit bs apples. 15o pkjrs ho-.k. 5 ke--s
apnl-s. 2- bids pitch, lis kits head. 10 cs varnish. 5-1 basrs
potatc-v 5 pk;s ri.n. 14 bau's wle at, 21 k-s cider, 5 cs and 2
ki-js apple sauce, Ul.OOO feet luml-r
From New Aarits4';eL wr C .
eei luiui- r.
From N. Aarn;EL-r Ca-zarwi:ch, Ftb. 2o-2T0 Csks
oil, 155 hdls whale fone, 6 bOU s.ila.on.
. . j
..r S.t FlINCIO-Kf IVhan Allen. FVb. 2o 15U kejri .
uiar f2uT "US lb.) 3 c.ks sja-rrn oil CM frills.) 5 csks creen ;
cowcfiClA ITEM-- phrase, ! he p-iyaniry and c-.rrup:i..: tf p.r.s ' in the Rt- that our present sovereign and his nval sister ' 4 OEXERAL.MKi:n.(; OFTHE MF.M-
"-ft,-,J''"-'" ""' Ths a lheo,.ep:.rtiCu.ar in h:ch the tr.oraV- of the i ,- , i -n - v ill be held at the .s UPR E ME
The number t, v-,-els beUn(r na' to, trUjund to and fr.ia two ten-Is were cr:;p.r-.l. And h:!e .-rat-fil f r what the may lung live alld rule OVer US. Unit time may lOL'tlT ROOM, in Honolulu, at XOOX OX THL'ltS-
prt in the Ctit-'l State, r-p-rted totally lt and missin, i Missiorjines h:ive i-ff-ctel, rv-CiTrnisinij f.:l y the nefits which ' r 1 .,-. ... . l)i l V t' V 'I" " hi- M,ir... f r ii. inu, ,,r
S J ralai lAWT.OOC, Christian civilization on th whole LasWrred on the Islands h-2 a few years, or It may be City years oil, but It , ltfZt a' 1 "ranf
The U.S. revetiUe cu'ter Forward, 12J tons, has lea piir- ' 1 " J""1 led the truth, that In :h;s m..t: r things are Ja cleiirlv tvid'-Ut, from the BisliuD of Oxford "ri " A nuuieruus attendance is s-iicited.
che.iry Kicl.rl n.Cbtp-Ur New I,nd,n, f r b j-jQ. che ! -r-: now than then. Why? liecaue the parents w-re re- f It J. MoNTGOM KHV, 1'resident.
wiU heno-frth be eaii.h.yed iit the whahtiir busin s l--- le t-j the chief f.,r the hrn. r of th-ir unioarr.el daush- iallgUage, that a J.urOpean Sovereignty OVer this
paint, to b. and i bbls sweet v-. v 1 n Bish- r taley Las denied, and others have de
bars code-, 2T3 pkg molasic C..4-8 gai-S) . bid pora, 3 bo.S . J , ,
flour. 3 bbls beef. mod fjr him, that there was any political design
' Value of nomestlr Produce. ?I7 W3 0. i . " .
VaUfof Fon-i,'a 1'ro.Iuce. $67 Vt. j in the establishment of the Lnglish 31issioli, vet
r..r Vi. man pr ITiei. Fei. 27 12-S pz sazar (ufii.
l!iS.Tr, lcIt S. ,
Vala?r.f lometic PrMuce. $B7
Value of Foreign lr.-luef, 00.
rr,n. es jMV iM-v-f-r I. C. Murray. Ib. 24 Mr C A
I K .:-.-.-!!. ! L:h-r. W L :d.-te. W LJ?.i.ki. W C J die-.
j li L-rn n.. -i: J ll-"-r. G lt '. K-.rr. 15.
' rr-rn IMlLHi-; t A A t-l '.r.l : Feb. Co J Ba.-h. M
P-r S.t Fnv i.-r, r r Fithn Allen. Feb. 25 C L T.lJt i..
! r. I l i .rr- 1 HiTr. V l:::.-r. S.
I - - - . "
!!rrr Pn I;. Hor. Vu'a. ty the Kev. S. C. luoca. Feb.
: l.nh. .r. u.r.-i v ... :. t:y... i . ...i.
, IUsoKIa n..:i, Fti.. W:h. t the rMcr.c tf Mr.
I t"-jrc. :r. Nujaca Va Vy. Mr. frsh A . I! i . ri. air-1
! -. ir. The ijr; -a.--! i a r.il.v- Kx.;.;z. r. M 1.. t u: h 1
iel ir.e year i- ?- Fr ir.'.5C.-. a-i c-.rr.e ty the Ijiai.ii
r her health, the died cf d.seaie of the heart.
tiTt.L-iT 13 V-;ie. ;air.e. I.c. Kit:. LJ:::e. ycurjrrit
' dau.-Mer f I. and C. i'. Ear k:x.. tf Hr.'. ioij. ajej 5 j-.ars
Hrarr 20. or. Jir 5 s-?h"-' nT a, I'l-r in ii'r.rs
of hve cor.ih, I'a.i. .fe tf (j-rre W. tf II 1. 1. u'. '-i a.
SATURDAY. MARCH 3.
As CHUONKLERS of T-sin events, interesting
t) OUr reudc-f and inir-ortant t-o Hawaiian?, we
juhlith on our fjurth i ".ge .v-vt-ral artielts from
foreign j-ajers relating to UisLop Stal-.y and
the Hawaiian Kef.rmed Catliolic Mis-ion. The
early in i.-take.-? male by the leaders in this
Minion were attributed to ignoranee ; and the
Spirit of charitV led mailV tO pasi thae errors
over lightly on that account, in the hope that,
a? they became aefjiiainted with the field of their
operations, a different ourse would be pursued.
But when the pamphlet of Bishop Staley, en
titled a ' Pastoral Address," appeared a year
ago, tiled with the uist bitter invectives and
personal abuse, reiterating statements which,
though long current, had no foundation in
truth, and were little ele than maliei ju- false
hood, tlje door of h.ji appeared at once to be
closed and the gauntlet thrown down with a
defiance that could not be initaken. That we
RTe not uncharitable, any one who carefully
i.tit t!-i it".
read the letter published bv u .some weeks airo
and that Oil the fvUtth page lUUst admit There
is a determination shown in thera to make the
jp, wai;an? aT .. ,.ar as anJ irJ.juifoitS a.t pOS-
"'t fjr Ttain purjSCS b-.st kr.oD to the
writer. In the former letter, or address, he
thjit t.v are nw u.n tiu)(s wors.. tJjan
, , ... , , , , ,
th,s Mi-iunams land.-l here. In the
JTe-elit letter, o tf his own name and titles in
fut ie explains what he meant, and savs
..Th, wrly c.:.tafnii.at:oo' in the r.ote ai.Ae:
ers to the
i enou-h.no d.ubt. Hit !... tands the u.atvr i.ow? I.vteverv
Conditional.,! .every Ko.nHf.Nt teacher there I angled t.
: I will ar.i le y the.r ileCiS.i.n. Jheywnl t-ll y-u that virtue
! ni..!ii Hi" piur' win-i of th-ir fi-H-ks i ncarc-iy known;
mai piojtrjT ivu'i-.y una r.on .ro or n'jiecnn
m the hnt.tt of vrottUtutiny ttifir ,l,ujnttrx tor mom y to
turn i d..jr thut tk l.'j,lutur, iuMt y or , r.i- f d an
intT ttl'ind j.tt,fjrt yrwi to put anop t Iht mji t mt ut t
oirt jrt.m thr country district to ft purtn Ideny
th .t there was that e.x'.ei.sive pr fiiisi ui.u intercourse f the
youc won.eu. wiih t;.e heathen tahoo, that exit's tio-.M
If we mistake not, Bishop .Staley has placed
himself in a ositioa 44 ten times worse " than
lf-jre. His meaning at Crst was rather ob-
scare, and his language v.a-a supposed to refer
rather t j
All the ills that fVsh is lr-ir to,"
than to uny articular failing.-. But now he
cunei out and makes his meaning definite, and
kayo: 44 That professing Hawaiians equally
sith iioii-prufessing Hawaiians prostitute
their daughters P';r rnon ;" or in other wi.rds,
that thi re is no virtue among Hawaiian Chris
tians, and ajjieal.s to American and Catholic
Missionaries to substantiate li lei Words. Bishop
- , , , , , ,. .
Jstalev has here uttered a grave and malicmus
i;M.l f,.r we venture t.e i-i rri. .n th t tl.i rf U
11,4-4 ltjT w- Venture the ass'.rtl otl triat mere Is
not a ProtesUint nor a Catholic Missionary 0:1
: these islands who will support him in his as-
1 The 44 passport law" rtferred to was not
enacted to cheek prostitution, as claimed by
! Bishop Staley. nor was that advanced as a rea-
j son by a tdngle advoeate of the measure in the
' Legislature. The main argument was that it
j might be a benefit to the plantations, by com-
' jielling the families of laborers fo remain at h-au
j or together, while the husband and father was
under engagement to labor on the plantation.
; It was passed ch'n tly to gratify Mr. Wyllie, who
j had for several years ben trjing, unsuccess-
I fully, to obtain its enactment, with the idea
that it would keen the wives of his laborers on
j lus plantation, lor when the women went vi.-it-!
ing to any other parts of the islands the labor
j er? were discontented and restlets ; and he always
j entertained the notion that he was personally
responsible for the virtue of all the Hawaiians
i on his estate. The law is now disregarded and
j virtually a d.-ad letter, as it was found to be of
But what shall be Mid of a man that wilfully
and publicly, in one of the most widely circu-
i 1 J J
j - - -
, lated and most resectable journals of the Me-
tn.j-dis of America, j- rverts the truth and
ceks to disgrace the females of Hawaii Ufore
the whole world? His public assertion makes
lo exceptions. Kven , ,t tore trut it would
be very impolitic and very injudicious to say so.
Th. rc are vile 1-.-r-of,s here as there are in
I.ndoii, Barisor New a erk. e dnv that there
Catholic or Protestant Missionary or
is any Lataoiic or J'rotestant .-n.-sionary
Church here that tolerates prostitution among
its members, and whose rules in regard to this
vice are not as strict as those of any Church in
any other country. There is not a Hawaiian,
man or woman, who will not repel this asser
sertioii of Bi-hop fctaley ti a base blander.
There is not a foreigner, married to a Hawaiian
female, who Will not beCottlC indignant at thlS
attack on tiie virtue of his wife and daughters.
and view it as an outrage which no excuse can
palliate, and no ecclesiastical robe can screen.
The higher the position occupied by the offend
er, the more gro.-s the assault. We Lave no
wish to parade the faults of others, but when
truth is attacked, justice demands that it be
In the Baltimore letter, signed 44 A Church-
.. r . l .1 1
Tn in .n i.nr tinrrli r.:i tli.-.r. u n t n r n crr-i t . 1 1
" ' - 1 o'"l"-
relating to the political asj ct of this Mission,
which some might wish left out, and we should
j)ae taken the liberty to omit it, had we not
ri - .i.. - ii to believe the wiiter had smiio food
. ... ,
grounds lor raying wnat lie C1J. -MttlOUgll
we have always had cause to believe that it c an-
, .. , , ,
Tcd Tirt ct t!ie anginal plan, and was the
main vhyrl in view with the promoters of the .
sv.l.'-m Mo.r3. Wjlli-, ILpkin'. Hurri,
llutehisn uni others. Tl.ouh Ith u U-lieve ,
that ther wa? any j l t on fvot, inu-nJ'-nl ultim-
ately to result in Knlh uprvr.iaoy in this
prouj', cr th.it ja.T!'n- in the ct-iincil cf the
Kin und nation wore j hiving the par: .T JuJai ;
Ioari j:, yot the etiicr.ee is lf.-re u?. too eon- ;
vinein, in the aidres.- cf the liishoj. of lxftrd
at Lc-ed. We quote from the Ix-ed's M-rcury:
" France I w;'.l u..z jvu'.a:e u;-sn the rea--u Lv. al:h -jh
no ilrtifi ..::cal m !. ciif crr..:iy in. lcrue I .f . srj
sioa of l!.e-e i-iAr..ii hi I'.r.j r-r-n a faVv-r-.te ch--!ao ::h "-ur
neiihtTS Frar.ce it rXTin.it hrr---if lari-ly, jirtiy fr..-m
l!:ioai a:.d r-ir:ly a I have nod.. uM fr.tu rt-.ij . u u.-t. vra.
to brinjr the ,.. .f the a-.LUlat:v!j over to the k..c.jn Catho'.ic
f.r.fe.-.a ff Chri3i.jL.iiy. Thry hive buiii j;t;tuocs i
churchr. :h--y have it-r.t .u: a larie :rx.n of f.r.trti a:. 1 a trrat .
corrj ur.y of i.-ir.-s c-f chr:fy. a:. 1 they are usir.j ail th.e j
cea-. and y. a kr.' w. rr.ar.y cf you. h-.w taty tin w crir.s '
are. which are fata;;. ar to that church, to p.i:her the wht ie cf j
the it-haMtants tf isiatids ovr to thtrir tovn j-rufeioa cf 1
Ai.d retiernher. thrrt art jfeuii:r Tfascn in the try
fotitiun Kit tht i'.'.;nl tchu ur snouli makr ttt a"l.rr j
on Iir lj. j. Tfitrt art Jirst r,f uU political and n j-
ti'jnu! rt'f'jTii. I: is ( the u.i.i.-?: u'.oti.er.t to us that that :
r:-u.!l;r.r!-s which r..jvr cxi; ;n t!iii -r - pie to us .ud be. '
c--r;:ir.u..-d. Thry iie the very direct track tf our shijs ;
fr rn our r.er an i growir.tf c- ! -r.y of Urittsh Oc-lub:a espeviatly,
ar.d there is uo calcuiatiiiif the injury which mijjht l dot.c t. j
I.i.i.ih commerce if th-v isia..l? were aiien-itel f.-..rj u-. and
in any fut are diiTarrKrl st.ite of the wc r.d w-. re j y- yi.-J t y
n.ini.-s of th: Cotii.try : that it is y .r li te:-.-:, even us
r-i' ir.'.s the !!i.r.:i r.f (),! w. rid. to f a;.d
br.ii.ch if your
charca there, -and. by that which is the r.i ..it a: ii.i and h.r.i-
ir-i: tie. to attach them in affectiia to vtaryciVvs. At the time
when the erea: civd war rt 1 r. ke cut in America, the war I
ti-.can f the Kr.jlish coh-nies a.i::.t the Kr..-iih te ;.;e. the
one etof pet.j!e 'ho remained tirta in their l-.yalty to the Id
latid were tiie ni-mfMrrs o! the Church cf KiJtrUnd in America.
I'-ciae that bond rii 1 n- t break wh-n everv lerer tie siiai'iTd.
(Cheer. ) Then, taking a h
.rTcr-ut vie-, the p"?c?sioa
of lhe-c islands with rrr- ;rl to the hc!e i.f the Pacific, aod to
the i era:.ur.s of our n:ir--iotis ia the whole of that cluster cf
i-inn.is which reaches upfr in ew Zealand to these Hawaiian
I-iano? ail that is a: stake in our seeing planted firmly in these
Hawaiian Islands a branch tf tur own church."
The above was uttered by the Bishop of Ox-
lord, amid the reiterated cheers ot his delighted
audience, who fancied that ere manv vears the
standard of Britain might wave over the Idty
summits of Mauna Kea and Loa, provided that
any plan could be devised to 44 attach theui (the
Hawaiian) in affection to themselves." Can
any one, can any chief or Hawaiian who reads
these lines, doubt their significance? There is
but one meaning to the Bishop of Oxford's words,
and that is 4 let us plant our church there, so
that at the right mjiac-nt, 4 in any future dis
turbed state of the wur'd, our national standard
may be planted securely there."
Now against all this intrigue, we as Hawaiians
feel bound to protest. We protest against any
scheming, w hether under the garb of a huly mis
si.n, or under the influence and confidence of
crown ministers, to alienate the sovereignty of
this group. Our motto is 44 Hawaii for Ha
waiian's NATIVE AND NATl'RA I.IZlil. ? ' We HTH
jieriectiy we;i aware mat in tne natural course ot
ttiu:, uric in iijuii; a nine n ucu tiie nnuiie ui
Hawaii ma,, become vacant.-th.uh we trust
gr-up Is anticipated as likely to occur 111 Some
4 futi:re disturbed State of the World." Alld WO i
are etjiially well aware that the policy which justi-
, . ., , ,
kei mating Ot -MeXICO a Ireltell Ueperi-lellCy , Will
: i .. .., : ,, , r ,.. ; ; .. Kl . ( , n i., .,i.,.
j ...j . w-..... wI-..v...v j
of S' iue Srt , fehould 4 ail' future disturbed state
ol the wiifld a fiord the pretext. c speak the
sentiments of all Hawaiians, wh- n we say we
wish no foreign hirelings to rule over us. We
are near enough now to that undesirable state, in
having ministers who second the Bishop of Ox-
ford and Bishop Staley a sentiments, and who
have no sentiments in sympathy with native Ha
waiians. There is stiil another pint, in which we wish
to correct the Bishop of Oxford, and this is the
alleged poverty of this people. As a people, we
are not h poor as he thinks, when he suys :
The means of livelih x I in ihe di-tant i-l inds are abun
dant, but then iife sujij.. Tied annot U.'.n i.ottiinr. i'he mere
growth of a single pi UH is en ue'h to luauitaiu a tii in in ail that
is necessary f'.r h;s physical wants. It is with them in we
iniht ee.ct that it wu!d be; they iire a very poor country.
Tliey d.U eX.ort the Lathe i;ro'n sand il-Wood. !-ul the t;.ni!.l
woixis hae le-ti aiino.-l entirely cut down, and th. ie is no ex
port now. Since the ces-ati .n i f that tra ie. t h ere. ha 6 t n
m xt to no tXOrt , uitU thrrrore iitxtt-j ho i mjjortut ut'iltli
in th istan-li. Tht-y are. th'Tef re, fir as siit'er and (fold,
and the like, a poor people and tt.ey e:itmot r;ii.e a sullicient
hum of n.oiii y a: h i:it- to band their lirst ciiurch. and to plant
imvjtu' Ih.-.r pfoj.le the lirsl lin-ionaries of our Christian laah.
'lherefore it is c aiul send theui tie help if tlr; won. is to be
The Hawaiians last year imported nearly two
millions of dollars worth of foreign goods, and
exported also nearly two millions worth. The
imports amounted to about 23 per head for
every man, woman and child, and the exports to
,27 per head. Now the British exports average
about five hundred millions of dollars to a pj il
lation of about thirty millions or has tun
si.vintf.rn dollars yr Jiad! The United Stat-s
export some three hundred millions with a popu
lation of thirty millions, or hn dollars a had.
And yet the Bishop of Oxford dolefully t ils his
Ix-eds audience that 44 there is no export now "
from these islands. Will any one d.ny that he
utters a gross falsehood?
I.et us look at their pecuniary ability in other
respects. We s.-e by the Fri'.nd that the native
members of two churches on Hawaii contributed
jn j- V) COIl,titute the late Mr. Lincoln,
w T: .i,;-..i
.11(3. lilltOlll ,vcu. 1 ...iilli U..M ..'.uiiiui a.iiiuui,
members of the American Board. This
. a i... : ...i ;: ... . j-o umi .t i
JS Ull'ierslOOU IO in: in uouuiun ,,v'oo i.iisva
, t, churches tiurinz that vear for otlier
i)hyctiS. Another Protestant church on Hawaii,
e Sabb;lth in January ia,t, t ok utl Sl c,tUn
of $f00 f,r iiIdir.S a new edifice. On the fol-
lowin S lbbath a h,cond collection for the same
ol vct rais.,j 7., :id a third coll-ction ,.n a
tllirJ aUxlth ;iInounted to $10, making alto-
-., -0.-1 j: ... .i. .,.
Reiner itiot' jais a in o.i'j iii'jui.. . ji.r ii.iiiit
: 'i-t,; ,1 .f. v,i.n
VJll 111 V 11 ii II 1 1113 aV,'. IIV- Hl'J
treme poverty pictured by the is!iop of Oxford
to his audience.
It is time that the O jvernment endeavors to
put a stop to these base slanders against our na
tional reputation. We understand that the Bishop
of Oxford has been officially requested to ee;u-e
from uttering such slanders. But that is not
sufficient. The present Consul 'Jeneral at Lon
don, who is a disgrace to the Hawaiian people,
I could check them if he chose to protest against
them; but he seems rather to enourage them.
There are other and better men for this responsi
ble jxisition, and we call on the Government to
make a change, and sa.vc us from further dis- i
grace in this matter. !
To sum up the whole matter in a few lines, j
Bishop Staley and the Bishop of Oxford appear
bent on creating wrong impressions in England
and America respecting the Hawaiians, for their
own selfish purposes, in order that they may j
work on the sympathies of charitable christians j
in those countries, and induce them to furnish
money for their politico-religious schemes. They '
are misr presenting thej'acts, both as to the social !
and moral condition of the natives, and uttering I
. . t-i , , 1
r. , j,lf ir i.'i .
false, and not only fnlse, but mjuric
name of this people, showing that
love or pymi-athy fur them.
piaieinrnis wnicn every one here knows to be
injurious to the good
they have no
J. D. WICKE,
AOKNT FOR TIU: riil M- X L'HKI OF t N'Kl'.WKITKKi.
I.I, A VK.K.M. K CLAIMS A G A I H
: rn. wi
have to t-e certii-.cd t-rf. re him.
hit.r, Tiler, Plasterrr and Modeller.
N Ciiar.u :re t
Ortlrr Slricllr n l Ifiidt-U to. ilOCuj
Sr. A f W'AMKI) 1?V TI1K lN
J " " d-r-i-ne3. ia suaiS to su.t j;ar:ics
t ci.is seur:;;'-S jrivea.
For terms ai'l'Iv to
A. F. JUDD.
5 !:-!: n
To Cotton Planters.
rgHK INDKItSICVKD HAS JIST R K-
M Ceired jirr hark l. C. MI UKAY :r ci ati Fr.iiKisco,
Fresh Cotton Seeds,
Which th- y t tTcr f r sie m iua:.:i:ies to uit j'ur'h:ier l y g
Slo ot ED. IlOKFSCIILAfGEU & C-.
Oregon Snsir SIiooUn !
ffST IIKCKIVKD per A. A. KI.IHUDCK
For sale hv
II. II ATKFKLP & Co.
JOHN H. PATY,
Honolulu, II . I. 0ce at the tank of Bihop & Co. 510 Cm
JI ST B!KCE2VI,I !
( HALF TJRI.S I'ICKLF.I) HKRRING,
- J 5 BJ11RELS PICKLED STUkGEO.V.
6 B AllREUi PICKLED liASS.
All in r rune ord- r and f'.r cal? very low by
51u 3t a. L. CARTWRIGHT.
1 Sl'PF.RlOIt. IIOIISK.
TOl' lU":OV and II AKX KSs, in C-?Ji-
g'uu order and f .r sale cheap.
Jl.-CA Apply io
olO-t CHUNG F A A .
riHIK IXDKRSlOXKl) IIHREHV XOTI-
M. tie all persons th it r.o debt contracted for the INTKU
N'ATIONAL Hol tL, witliout his written order, will be paid
S. A. LOI.I.KR.
Honolulu, March 3, 1SC0. 6loit
flMIKaHWHX 1!KA MKKTlXtt OFTHE
B MoeKIiUl.I'hK." of the LAH.tlXA SUGAR CO., at
me oiace oi tani. tavnije :n llonolu.u, on
Saturday, March 31st, A. D. 1866!
At IO O'ClocU. A. M.
A full attendance is requested, us l:Uii:.-s of iniiirirtanre will
: come tei-.re t:.e mectm.'. oio-ot
. r I 1 I j .1
i RoP1 Hawaiian Agricultural .Society
raiiiK rxi)K!tSH;xm HAS JL'ST It. E-
Ccive.1 lr . L. .1 1 Kit A i . a U w tie-es of
SUOeHOr iXettinST. 90 UlCheS Wide.
ALSO, A SMALL LOT OF I'ERY
Sli'KRIOR VII!TE COTTON" CLOTH I
Which is for sale at moderate rates at his Su-re corner
cf liert-tani.i and Maunakea Streets.
510 Ct MICHL McINKRNY.
Very Best French Kid Gloves !
FfA VF. JIST UFCK1VEI) A COM I'LETE
5 M Assort ru- lit of those
Very Superior I'rench liid Ciloves !
While Hack, 1'cht and dark ci.'. rs.
A fi-w pieces of narriiw bhu k lJus;! find Braid Trimming,
Se.i'.ch Gi!iu'hiiTns all style-i and Colur.
Fine il'iul-le width F .!! C I ti.s.
Fine III. ick I"t;kki. Lie iched and unbl.-ail.e 1 Cotton,
Fi:ie Urgiiidy .Mucins, iltl' tliittt rot;
Floe Satin Chillies, "
Fine Jaci.ii-t Muslins, "
All the ahr.ve we are prepared to sell at LOW RATES,
cither t wholesale tr retail.
Orlt-r Irani tin- Oliir I!kiiiI en rrfu 1 1 y
11 1 Iflltlt'il !
Sanipl-s si lit if iKs red. 510-lm
Ja&S. SSTiiZiZa & Co-,
Tinsmiths, .'lumbers and .Sheet Iron
SOLICIT A SHAKE OF THE I'A'JKOX
aire of the re-id'-nts of lloiiolu'u and the adjacent Iali:n!?.
Having -ff.-t-.ed arranirements Willi Mr. Ie-W i.l-Kin of Wo
llee i e. Cousin .lackee of Ci-rnivall, and His S.-r.-tie HitfhiMs
H .j ill I..sf Mohniiinied r.arnjiiste. linn. ho J.hhIm, (laud.o Sii.ir,
of ISA NCA. Straits of M.ilaica, fir a continual eupp'y if the
beautiful, the Io iiiht. the shiniri TIN, ivery article in the
Tin and She.-t Iron Line, and superior workmaiiship, furnished
liuiiders, Jol.l.ers. St..reke-M rs, aod Traders to the dilT-p-ut
Isu:.N, at the I.ovi-l I i Li I - ltnl'i, to meet the
times, for the equivalent in exchange.
TIX, TIN', TIN, TIN!
FflOTOHMFHIC 10TIC1 !
AVIXC It E C E I V E I M V E X TIRE
Photographic Apparatus !
With all the recent improvements in the nrt. I ish to infirm
the resident of these Islands that it is my intention for the
future to follow the
Higher IJranches of the I'rofeswi on only!
Painting and Ketouehinir Photographs made in tnv own rooms,
win-re portraiture wid le my constant study. Prmis will l.e
shown to person sittnp f r negatives (.f requested j. I'ai titu
lar attention paid to rop infr old pictiir- s.
Mr. I!, is ii .w completing arr in, inents to produce Land
scape, stere. i-ci.pic and Microscopie Pictures of any siz".
XJ An elegant aortmeiit of Oval and Uo-eaood Frames;
Morocro. Jetn y I.ind and Velvet Cass con-it n.t'.y on han I.
510 Cm CH AS. Ill" KOI'.ss. Photoursphic Artist.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE!
"Lii Trlonolnlii for Sale,
BKLoNiiINo TO THE
IMiilc of Itohert fiichtoii W'vllic.
yA. ltV VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
",!! is. ii'-d out of the Supreme C'.jrt i f tie- IaWjii.in
I -lands, the Executors the Will tf K. C.
W i I.LIE ( fT.-r f r tile the following
UKAL ESTATE IN IIONOLI LI' !
The Amrrirnii IIono I rem infM. on Beretania
Street, at present occupied a a Hotel.
The rrmi"-s fn Ileretasia Street, at present occupied by
J. W. A I" SI IN.
The lrlly I'rrmi-ri.. at ih- corner rf Il ,t. 1 ar.d Adam
Street, formerly occupied as Government iffices.
The Xfflillrw l'r'itii' nnd Eiiiuin Ilou.f, at
present occupied by A. Caldwell. Esip, on Adam Stre-t.
The Kcforiur Cnllioliril Clim-i'li I'rciiiivri. on
the Nuuanu Koad.
The Jarrrll Irrnii' at Kulaakal.ua.
The l'reu.isei known as KocImiiiU in Nuuanu Valley.
Four Ioln of LhikI at Kaiaakahtia.
The I.'iiikIiiII Lot in Nuuanu Valley, in Kaukahoku,
consitiiv' ' f T4-1W acres.
For further particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN'.
G. M. BoIIEKTSON.
C. K. BlSIIOlh
Qutruiu tf Ex.-cu'cr3 cf the Will of K. C. Wy'.iie.
Honolulu, March 2, IsOo. 510-5:
HIE I'XDERSIG NED INTENDING TO
accounts to call at his r-si dence. K.v.z street, opposite the store
cf II. Diinond li Son, and settle iu.niediattlv.
Honolulu, Feb. 16, W',. CU'J-2t
STATION" i: It Y
ASKS- Or ASSOKTF.O STATIOXEKV.
Fi r fale I V
C. 11KFWKR Co.
OK SALE 11 Vi
C. HKEWFK Co.
I.OI ISIANA CAM'. KN1VIIS,
With Extra Steel Backs.
OK SALE 11 V
C. BREWER 4- Co.
OlMER AND FLATFOKM.
or sale i-y
C. BREWER & Co.
HL VCKSMITH'S HELI.OWS
A XVILS-llLACKSMITHS ar.d I'OOl EKS.
r VICES Blacisxi'.hs and Capers.
For Sale t y
C. BREWER 4- Co.
C. BREWER & CO. !
Have Just Received
From San Francisco !
AND OFFER FOR SALE
ALES 111' K LAI'S.
JJI RLAF BAGS, f-r Coffee Bags.
200 CASES COAL OIL.
Eft'GANDLESS & GO. !
OFFER FOR SALE
Per fcfcElIi;m Allen!"
FRESH CROIXD CIXN AMOX. in tin:
Fresh rnutarl. in tin; Iceland moss, Hecktr's farina,
"20 lb Boxes extra superior T'airy salt,
II. B. oysters. 1 lb and 2 lb tins;
5 Gill. tees W. K. Lewis' Gherkins,
1 (jail, jars W. K. Lewio' Gherkins,
1 lb Tins Kni.-li:-h assorted Jams,
ljatty & Co's English Pickles,
Carb. Sla, in hulk;
Saleratus, in bulk;
Cream Tartar, in hulk.
Dl'RYEA'S 3IAIZEXA !
Per fcfcA. A. jfclclritlgc!"
Oregon Uacun, Oreiron Hams,
Oregon Wheat, Oregon Potatoes,
FKESH OREGON" APPLES!
-gfrgy- Half bids' F'amily Salmon,
2gfy-"Y 100 bbls Columbia River Salmon,
Tins Fresh Apple Sauce.
OS II. VXD
A FEW BARRELS RUSSIAN" RED SALMON.
Per Last Arrivals from San Francisco.
4 QUARTER SACKS GOLDEN GATE
M:JP Is A K MI'S EXTRA.
400 Quarter sacks Hidden Gate Kxtra Family,
In barrels Golden Gate Extra F'amily.
For Sale by
510-5t IIOLLES : Co.
ORE CON SALMON
T X" 1JARRELS AXO HALF BARRELS, A
For Sale by
BOLLES & Co.
sue; a 11
lTHITE CRISHEI) and IIROWN SUGAR.
For sale ty
BOLLES k Co.
Af AXILLA CORDAGE. SIZES FROM 1 -'3
JL iuth t 5 sutht-s. San lrancisco and Huston manulacture
M A X I I. LA CORDAGE. China manufacture, from
i inch to li inches.
II EM 1 COR DA G E, best Russia manufacture, tssort-
Seizin?, Marline, Hou-eline, ppunyarn. &c, A-c.
510 ot For sale by BOLLES & Co.
CANVAS, from No. 1 to No. 4.
BALES OF SCOTCH FLAX CANVAS, A
very superitr iirncl.', and warranto! free from Jute.
510 5t For sale by BOLLES & Co.
ck:a f s.
f0 tltm K, NO RT E. AND
.UmM1 El S..1 Cigars, Manila, Fruit End.
510-5t K. r .al l y BoLI.ES .M Co.
SMO.fi INf; TOB ACCO.
TCAII'IKE. GARIRALDI. KILL1KINTCK
ilo-ot For Sal J ty JtOI.Lhf & Co.
OSTOX CARD MATCHES.
For sale hy the Ca?e or Gross.
510 5t BOLLF..- A Co.
K E ROSEN 11
FOR SALE It V
BOLLES k Co.
fc N'D ROSEXDALE CEMENT.
Always a supply ou hand fr sale low by
510 5t " BOLLES A: Co.
ASSORTED SIZES. FROM S TO 22 FEET.
Fur Sale by
510-5t BOLLES & CO.
ALSO, A cenekal assortment
SHIP CHANDLERY, GROCERIES
Constantly on Land and For ;-ale at Low Prices.
510 5t BOLLES & Co.
McCANDLESS & CO. !
OFFEI! FOR SALE
JUST RECEIVED FROM BOSTON !
O liOXES NEW CODFISH.
J Kilts No. 1 Mackerel.
I'reston ."c Merrill's Vi-ast l'owder,
W. K. Lewis' Fresh Salmon. 2 lb. tins;
W. K. I.eis' Fresh O '.ahatiir-.
Roast Be.-f. Beef Soup, W". K. L-wis.' Sausage Meat.
W. K. Lewis Gr-en Corn, 2 H. tm;
W. K Ij- wis' Assorted M-ats,
W. K. Lewis'' Tomato Ketchup, pints and half pints.
Lewis' True Lemon Syrup.
Lewis' Fre-h Ground Sae, hlf lb. bottles;
Lewis' Pure Saiaratus, L'-w is' Carb. S la,
Lewis' Fr-sh (in.und Ginger,
Lewis' Fresh Ground Cassia,
Lewis' Fresh Ground lVrir-r,
Lewis' Fr-h Ground Pimento,
Lewis' Fre-li Ground Ciovea,
r'emijol.r.H Pearl Barley. B- x--s Chemical Olive St.ap
Clarke'i Ctru Starch, Ix-wis pure Cream Tartar.
WE OFFER FOR SALE!
Fresh Corn Meal,
Freh Wheat Meal,
And to Arrive jut " A. A. Elclridgiv'
Oregon Apjle?, Oregon Bacon.
Oregon Smoked Bacon. Orepon Smoked Hama,
Oregon PoUt.-es, Cider Vinegar,
Half Lbls Family Salmon,
505-3 1 Oregon Wheat.
4 Lb PERSONS INDERTED TO CHI XG
EVA are repieste. to u.ak- payment Pi-fire March 1st,
and th .se having d.'uiandi usainst him, to present them before
that date, as he intends leaving thi kingdom. Payment iiibj
be made to All LEE corner of Nuu inu ati 1 Kincr 9tri't, who ia
auth'.rii-d to rcc iiit. W)i-3
ED. EDFFSCHlriEGER I CO.
EXPECT TO ARRIVE
PER J3 A Tt K
135 MM MO
B W W B W W VTi )W
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE.
Drown Drill, Denims,
Blue Cotton, Blue Drill,
Cotton Ticks, Hickory Shirts,
White, Blue and Pink Flannel,
Bishop's Lawn ,
Swiss Muslin, Poplin,
Checked Flannel, Self Colored Flannel,
Laces, Silk Handkerchiefs.
SADDLES, LOOKING GLASSES, GOHLETS,
WEST I'll ALIA HAMS.
IT avana So o,vh!
BREMEN LAGER BEER I
imnm, im fife,
ALSO, ON HAND
Turkey Red Prints,
White Shirting, Black Alpaca,
Brown Cotton, Blue Drills,
Linen Pant Stutl, Cottinet,
Printed Half I .inen Pant Stuff,
Cashmeres, Black and Blue Cloth Punts,
Cotton Pants, Alpaca Sack Coats,
Worsted Socks and Stocking.
CI lazed Caps,
French Felt Hats,
(lentlemen's Brovn Socks,
Xeckties, Black RibUn,
Cards Pocket Knives,
Butcher Knives, .
Shot, Banca Tin,
Keg and Barrel Ilivets, 4 & o to tlie M.
3, 1 and inch Horse Rope,
HEMP AND HOLT ROPE.
MANILA CORDAGE, CANVAS.
DEETJEM'S PAtE ALE!
"Froiicll Cognac, (Otard, Dupuy & Co.)
An Assortment of English Bar Iron.
10 Tons Blacksmith Coal !
China Tiles, Flooring Stones,
Clay ripes, Hes-ians,
Olive Oil, Adatnt. CandK,
Flints, etc., etc., etc.
MWT I M ll ))1
C7V' G- V'CV