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Larso Sale of Valuable
AT A I r TION.
1 tl !. It .
" " ... " Marrl1 0' I
r !. IU K . .. M..
II -i I - Or. Ii. AN. NVUOI),
II. 1 .tr-t t. the.
Entire Furniture of the House !
1 j imtui of
ff m mi i .iii.l- r furniture.
.r a. .1 .:
v iff met Um.k ca pitnof rt,
e.- .'a 1.1 -oliW. .tlf.l'l ubl-.
" l ii i r t. .. i
M ,r' . t -.1 '-ir I. i-j. . r.ny chM.rk.
nirble ;..p wrourful Iron i-if- (f .r .l verw.re,)
tM.i.; i l l l' c'ncv k-r -t rU ttvU-liT,
t. , r an t I- v- t. whatnot, che-l of ilru'H,
I . n.t r-i''"! :h.irri-r -t. Lureim. .r!r'.M,
I i if i'.t i r.e I bl i.-lc w .trial -hin.b-r -t r..M.plet-t
n r ii . r on itr re-.-e tuid pill.ri.it. tfdteauj,
. : irv- i Mir. w.:;.ti. writing d,
Cr r jr .'-, k.'.oh-t: farniliire, and a lare variety of
1 1 1 7 r k i ioli ) a i vv icli:s.
A!-., if r.ot pr-i..u'y ! -iied ' f .
, v. : ' i i:i:lm: : lmust: asi riniKt: . n-
Itf.K '; Ilirnrsx. tfr.
Our FAMII.V C.VKKl.F.-Two SfiiU. nr.
VALUABLE LAND AT AUCTION
Tbe rn'!. r:pn-il will j-ell at
At the C-urt II use. I r, ILmdulu,
Monday, - - April 2, ISfiC,
12 oc:l.ok, noon.
The Following Named Lands !
Or many of tfin m:iy ro-arT f"r th iaym-iit if
t:.r r,u.t-ii.i".X l-.t ( tlar l:te Un. i.Lt'l II A A LULU A,
in pur-.uiinr' of ari rilrrr of C-urt (r:i't'l th A Juiiuistrator
,f m l t.t. M :
XtI.i l''f K n hawuii iuateil on lhf IKtil of Moluki.
- - liiuitwuiuui(.utd
" v.a Mrtt in. '
MiiUannlun. 44 "
. - V.I Ul . iiiiatf I on tT I-l iifl of Kui.
WAIKK. - 4
I" m . f tiw I A . 1 u:y l: s---:i t th Aactiou Uouiu of
tNf L'n ! r-in: J.
Ii. V. f K RANCH, Aurlionerr.
X- 11 O u: X. Ji
DESIRABLE LANDS !
,.-T i , H'Nl.l 1.1. tfi- MNwin: l.in.N iiitu.itl on ttie
, , . ,Uu.l 4 j. t a m.uiy tt-ii may rwcr-
ary fr the ym-nt -f the li-bt f lh- ti;ac tf tti Ul
II n. 1. 1: V I H A I.M.kA, in .or4ii .u.ce f an order of Court,
fri.te.l t i (it- A lti.iu tr,it.or of vai l llatr.
f.l-r t take id.uje or il-.ut tlie
AT IS C'l.M'K. M.
AT TIIK COL'KT MOUsK DOOR IN HONOLULU.
Hy Or I-r of tt.- Alniiii-tratra of .iid Kntat',
Till: AIII'ITAA OF PAPA I KM
S toat' d iu HiK littrM't of llilo.
Till: A II lf PI' A A OP IIAKAIAU !
tLU ttrl in tfirt Di-itrittof llilo.
Th- h.c Ahtiuaa r iit faTi rably l cato.1 tr the
culuv U..H. . f M i; A li A N K. an-t cuM-ri? a Ur trurt
of in.t Tal.wid Ciw I-iikI- Also, I'ApTL'KK and WOOD
TUP. AIU ITAA OP IIONAUXAP!
Mtn;tfit in Ihtr Iii.itrict of Kuin.
A vluatIe kind w'A ailitl to tl. cuIfiTatioa of ORANUfcS
ft.iMU f A N K and VOk't KB.
Tin: ahpppaa or iionokahaux
huuatnl in tlie Ui'trict of K.Mi.i. a t.ir-e VOOI I.ANI.
If. V. SKVKIIAXCK,
LImvaiinn ?to:iiii iincl
GENERAL INTER-ISLAHD HAV. CO.
The Fine -ch.ner
sSL O IT tTb I' Cl ,
L VMISKKT. Master.
Will tv'-il for KOI.OA and WAIMKA, Kaaai,
shortly alter ber return from Kawaihae.
The Flue -chuouer
& J-1 13 e r- it i ,
l&) Tou-i llegi.ttcr. Stibj for
K A W A I II A i: A X I K O X A
On or about Saturday, 10th inst.
The 4'Iipper S-h i-Mier
rTettie Merrill !
" FOUNTAIN, Mater.
Will ruu as a tegular packet to
Xahaina and IVlaalaea Bay.
-..rparueaIar,.,.,a,W . MO,TKNO
r J ANIN. tSUF.KS Co.,
Apents II. S. nd U. I. I. X- Co.
J. D. WICKE,
A'iF.NT F0KTIIK HI'.KMKN IKAKI OF 1-NDKKWttITERS.
4 li. vr.iiA: r.ri.ii ms u: inst saii
L nderwr.ter. eurrimt iu or about thia Kingdom, will
tur t be rertine.i ef re hitn.
SLitt-r, Tiler, PListfror niii Modeller.
OrIert Slrielly nltrutlrd to
JOHN H. PATY,
Il.ino'ula, II I. OCiee :t Hank of Bih.ip Co.
Very Best French Kid Gloves
V ASTIsB: A: COOIili
HA V I; Jl'xT KF.CKIVrO A LOMIM.ETK
.rtiiient ol those
Very Superior French Kid f.loves !
White Mack, ll-ht and dark colors.
4 few lee.-, cf narrow Mack r.iiile and Braid Trimming,
Sroicli t;ink:l.anis all style and Co..rM.
f t:i d-.ul le wid'h Fancy Cl :h.
Fine Hi.u-k Ii.kin. IVe whel and unhleached Cotton,
1-ir.' ): in. ly Mii-l.ns. nl ! Ilinn colt
Fine Jac ti- I Muslins.
All th- al"'Ve are prepare! to 11 at I.OW RATES,
ithr at wh"I. -a.e or reta.I.
Orilrr. from Hie Oilier I.litixla carefully
Sanif le a-tit if dee,l. 510-lm
MOSQUITO NETTING !
riHK rXIIKII-ilCXKO HAS JUST R K-
fi ceiveil p-.r O- C. MI K11AV. a few pie- es i f
Superior Netting, 90 inches wide.
ALSO, A SMALL LOT OF EERY
Siri'KUIOR WII'TK COTTO.V CI.OTII!
...r, Stereoac i 1- ai ! Vli.-r t, I -u-ii.r. ... - t- -Which
i for .l" at moderate r ilea at hi More comer jj. ele.an' :.-s.,in:ei: of Oval and K ewo.l I mine;
of I'.eretania and Mr.un.ik. a Street.. j y.Jo. Jenry l.in.l and V. lv.-t ' ae. const ir.tly on hand.
,,)t MICH I. McINKRNV. j M0-3 CTI AS. Ft KlU .. I'hot nr. aphic Art, I.
i: v i . ii . i oil .
CONTINUATION OF SALE
Old Store of B. F. EHLEHS,
Saliirihiv. - - - March 17i!i.
T 1 il'i LOCK, A.M..
.. I'.. - - f V.
t '. in- !,. l.A 1
f t I I. AbSOkTML: I Of PI ht VMEIlY.
a m . i. lie; v. v a i:iktv of ;oo is :
V.T I .N'LIi.
wi'; iMriinTi.y nt t!, o. l :. 1 Coi.t.r.u- .l in
th- fi-w ou.l ri.t y fit-ij.
fooI Ottered will be positively solil.
On Thursday, - - Mar!i 2d,
Al H OTIork, A. M.. nl Stilr Itoum.
H III bt .,ld :
DRY GOODS AND SUNDRIES.
lijas f: xt R.i svpi:r. ri.ouk.
CASES OYSTERS. HOXES TOHACCO.
OTCARflCLSID I I IVI C I !
W I r Ivl VJ Bl I fc-1 HU I .
FOK SA3T ntAXCISCO.
The Cal. Steam Nav. Co's Fine Steamship
NOW li;K FUHM SIN FR.tM'M'O,
Will rn-et with I'ronipt Ii.:itch f.r the aU.vc rt.havir.t? a
part of l.er Caiiti already in '.or.
Thi v.-s.. has ipletidid :M-ei n.niO-!ti .in t.r pass-iiKer and
ofT-r prat ii.ductnenn to t-h'.pp-r4 of Fill. IT aiul o'Ii r Inland i
I.ibcnil Ta.h Advance made on I'rriuht.
Merrfcan li will bJ reCeiv.il unit stored free of cbar;
awaitii p I, or ariiial.
liilU of L. Iiti' will he supplied at the OTic of the Agents.
For firi.tt or psige app y l
V. IlUKWtll 4- CO.,
frjH 4t Agents Cal. t. Nav. Co.
FO 1 1
The Fine Hawaiian I'.ark
1. ltli:i.SON. Comiand.r.
II ivir-K n.. t of l.er Car engayd. will htvc Wuick Luspatch
fur th- ahove N.rt.
F'..r fru'ht or passage apply to
ll II A("KFKI.T A: Co.
FOR HONGKONG !
The A 1 Fine Clipper Ship
:;." Turn- It--;;il4-i
I Iaily Kxctl from Sim Francisco, and wi'.l ha re i mine- !
diaU- dipatch i..r tho lib-jve port.
For freight or pa--ne apply to
II. IIACKFF.I.D K Co.
NEW BEDFOItD DIRECT.
Tlie A 1 American Clipier I'.ark
Wli i t,l err
Is now on the berth for the ahove port and will take a Caro
of II. and lK V HlKlt. II I' at Lowl K it-.
I'asseiiKern d.-s.rii. ton turn to the State via Cut lb.rn
will find this an exe.-llent opportunity, tin- U 1II.-I I.KU having
fine Cat.in a.c.nm.'idatioiis.
For Freight or Iasage apply to
412 4t C. b. K1C1IAKIW At 'o.
The i 1 Hawaiian Hark
M H. W. VifOOD!
II. J A CO l!S. Mas er.
W id have Qaick I'is; tc!i as al ovc.
For .ij;e pp!y t-
Ml II. 11 APKFKI.O & Co.
TIIK Al fLII'I'Ell BAKK
D. O. MIJHRiL-S" !
X. T. Iir.XXr.TT, Cummaiidcr.
Will have liispr.tch for th--- almve port.
For freight or p.u-sase, having superior accommodations for i
cat.in an 1 teeraj;e paentfers. j
WALK F.R, ALLKN i Co.,
A'jrnlt at San VritciCO,
Messrs Chas W. Brooks & Co
Iffsivrsiiisiii Icltct Iinc
Tbe A 1 Clipper Btrk
A. A. ELDR1DG!
1 1. i ii ii b c-a b b v i a .
r. firf anc r s its sm m 2a i i ' -
31. A. AIIIJOTT, rommnmlor,
Havine the creater part of l.er Carj-o et.trai.-ed. will have
I I 1 K I I A T K 1S I' ATt'li:
F"or the a' re port.
For freicht or passage, having sui-erior a.-oommo.latioi:s f. r
Cal-in a: d Meera:e passencei . a pi o
WALK Kit, Al.l.KN A C.i . acerts.
Vu, iFRos ii7k.istki to iifn;
K i.r- reiiuest-d to link- p:iyu..r.t b.f .-e Mirch IM.
and th..e l.avi-j deina:..! ae,in-t hit... to present tl.em bef-re
that date, h- int.-n.I I- avi,,-' th: km-l- m. IMyment may
In- made to AUI.KK corner of Nuuanu and Kir.tf Mn-tswh-i s
authorized t receipt.
I I VI W. II K V F. 1 V K l M V EXTIR K
t I fTOCK OF
Photographic Apparatus !
With all tl.e recent improvement in the art. I wish to .inform
the r.-sid. i.t of th. se l-lan.U that it is niy iulentioii f.r the
future to M...W the
Higher Ilraiiche of the lVofessioii only!
: v tS-
.un to per-o is - ::i t r ne-niive v, nqui-:..;. .
Ur attei.ticii pai I lo cop i: J old ictur. .
Mr.lt. i now coii.pieiiuj air .1.." m-nt t . pr sluce Uin i-
A I A T
-ZTJ5k J -ZrA
I t " !:..: 1 i ' . . I . ' I K '.y I I l' I
N- V. W . in, I i 'i i t ' v ." , ; . ; i X t. i i i t
.!. ? (! i rr'y ' r '-iri. .inv ::.
.tti.j .-!f f t i.f-,-. f r t 2 - ii'i"" f.rt-
! Mr. C. k
tki- rtr (' i riii
f Mr Bughl and
I'i-nt-j r Nut V..PK ll-in-. 1 I.'.- ;ir.tiU il rT)t
.a.l ty tf.e r.r.ri. furs ft !--tt1 .t tt.e f r: IjC: f-t.1
ii in tt. city ( f NfW York (f-x t!uive of t- re-.)
i-n- f .'! : Fifth Avrii'ie iwO'nxl; S Nichnl-is
Hti ! M-trnp.- Jirin. '); A-r, r. 7)Si '-' ; New
York, i.r.'l.fcM; t lerii-, 2'I.IMMI; Kvrttt,
( OOO; H Junnti, tG'V"": " I Hwar l 2J.'uO.
I Th? Metrcpf'litHii an 1 St. Nichol-n are onl by A.
; Stew irt. anJ the Astor by V. illi im B Atr r. The
j tuivuiit is tin rrin,ii-; TciC when it ii c ii'' Jtrel that
j the reccij)t of some el the Iaul!or I are from 51. 200
: tn 52.6(J i a .lay. they cm ljurt!fc--. well aJord to
pay t'lese annmnt arrl make fortune?', t'.
iS 4 4 X-S. -A. IVE O X 2 7?
6 6 31 0 1 EvEIKl!"
Will run re uljr and with Quick Disfxitclt,
! Between Honolulu and Kahului.
rn can r !y on the repuliirity t.f tli:e
JA?. M. GUKKN. asr-iit.
ji sT k:e:ci:i vkd :
rfui.r nnr.s ncKU.n iif.uuinu, j
J Xf j BARRELS PICKLED STIRU EOS.
BARRELS PICKLED BASS.
All in pri:ne order and f.ir sale very low by
A. V. C A KT WRIGHT.
i sri'Kiiioii iioiisK.
TOl' HfOliY ai.d IIAKXKS, in Cy-
g od order arid fr nK cheap. '
C11UN(J FA A.
WAGON FOR SALE.
A sri'KRIUR KXPKKSS
U'Afli.iN, exfra heavv. well made and i
suital le for I'iantatioii n'.
Sai-l Win: in was received per ETHAy
AI.LEM, and made tu order, will le sold cheap.
CASTLK A- COOKK.
tiii-: cndkkmcm:!! iir.nriiv cai'-
t25 tion. all pari i.-s smiin-t shootnip on the land known ns
ZTL. MANA.NAM I. F.WA. OAlll'. n Kriit
dam .i;e has l.eeii d .n - therefrom Any parties found violatinir
thi i.otiee, wdl l e pr . edited and fined to ttie ntinst extent of
theliw. lsKltXAllli & KAYMOXIi.
S g ( VATtKI 11V TIIK IX-
J f f f d.-r.-U'nd. in Mini to suit parties
liai.in'. Hist clas tj. curiti. (.-iven.
For terms apply to
6io-i.il a. f. jrnu.
"3?5. Ar. ArOO O !"
And Other Late Arrivals.
FAT IIOIX.IXDS GIN, IX" BASKETS OF
one doled jus each.
liKST IIOI.IiAXIS, Cases and Mottles.
A LFi A X l I'ORTKR, different brands, pts and cp-s.
CAI.IFORXIA WIXKS of different and choice
varieties. These ure highly recoinmendid.
liKST KRAM'S CHAMI'AfJXr:,
ItKST RRAMIS CKA.VDV.
yOYEAC, MAKASCIII.0, CVRACOA, A-c, Xc.
6H.at OObFUBY KIIOUKS.
Crater of Kilanea, !
13 A WA1I
i7f THIS F.STAUI.ISHMF.XT IS Xow
2 opcu f-.r the reception ,r Jm
" Visitors to the Volcano I
ho may rely on fiiiditiK
COMFORTARLK ROOMS, A ii OO l T A IJ I.K
AND I'UOMIT ATl'I.N DANCK.
r.IMTieii-i C'liiilt-M lor lln Crnlt r always in
Steitui iind Sulplmr Hatlis.
Iforsrs .SV abltii itnd tha'uud if tftsirctf.
C 1 1 A IU t K K A O N A I ' L I i.
Parties vi-itii,K the Volcano via llilo can procure animals
warranted to make the journey, hy applying to H. II. llitch-
cvk. Y.r., Ilil.i.
J. L. KlCUAill)Si)N Jc Co
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE!
J.ii 1-Ionoliiln for Sale,
VKLONUING TO TIIK
Estate of Hubert Ci ichton Wyllie.
j ltV VIRTl'E OF AX ORDER r-M
l-.ll'i issued out ot 'tlie Supreme Court of the Haw-man V
j iiJL Inlands, the Kxe. ulors of the V ill of K. C. s.
i W i Li.I K offer for sale the following
; Itr.AI, II STAT I' IX HOXOHTHl!
The Aiitrriran llonao I'miiioeia. on lteretania
: Street, at present occupied as a Hotel.
j The Premises oa P.eretauia Street, at present occupied by
j J. W. A 15 IT N.
! The -1 1 y rriiiic, at the corner of Hotel and Adam
Streets, formerly occupied a Uovernni'-iil Otuces.
Ihe Xcddlea I'rrminrii ai.d Kitimii Houne, at
! present occupied hy A. Caldwell. Ks.p. on Adam Street.
! The Rrfornir Catholicil l liurrh Preiiiim inon
the Nuuar.a ltoa.1.
The Jarrrll lremica at Kulaakahua.
I The Premises known as Kuxelmnk in Nuurmu Valley.
Four !! of Itn.l at KulaaWahua.
The (Jundnll Il in Xuuanu Vallry, in Kaukahoku,
: consisting of 6 74-100 acres.
I A I.SO A LOT OF .J.VW in Kawnnanakoa, Nuuanu, con".
i sistuic f i o-10 acres.
i For further particulars apply t-
G. M. Ri'llKHlSON.
('. K. lUSliOl'.
Quorum f Ksccuters of the Will of K. C. Wyllie.
Honolulu. March 2. lS',r. 510-O
N I" t" A N V STREET,
Tinsmith, Plumber and Shvvt Iron
Solicit a share of tiif. fatron
aceof th- residents of ll-notuhl an I t!.- adj. r.t Il.oid..
llav.iu :T cud nrriii." n:-n: w !, ir p.-W i .-Kin of Wo-)lee-i;..
Cousin .lack "f C.Tnw.nl, and His S- ren- Hilines
It .jnti P .t i hiiniui',.l Uati-j us-e. I'. iuil.o Jamb., tiamlin Sint:.
of It WCA. Straits f M:il .i '' i. f-r ;ic.i'tiiiu.il supp'y of the
l.e.u:i!;il. Il.e briiht, the shir. t:tj TIN. every article iu the
Tin and Sh-'-t Iron l.in-. an-l sup-ri w-rknvoiship. furriihed
I: ii:.!er, J. l.t ers, St. .rek.-ep. rs. and Trader to the d-Ter-nt
I-linl-.'at t ie l.owr-t loillc Ralr, to m.-et tl.e
t.iue. f-r the .piival-iit in rxclutuitf.
TIN, TIN, TIN, TIN !
IIK INDKRSIGNF.O HEREHV NOTI-
rie all l'-Ten that no debt contracted f' r the IN I'KR-
NATIONAb HOTEL, without his written ord-r, will be pai l
5. A. LOLLKU.
Honolulu. March !'". 61u-;:t
nllF.HK Wll.l. UK a meetim; OF TIIK
M'Di KllOLTO US i.f the I.AIIAiyA SLGAR CO., at
the Office of sani. avide in li'. i.oiu.u. on
Saturday, March 31st, A. D. 1SG6!
At III O'ClocU. A. M.
A tuU attendance i r. .ju-sted, a luji:i.'- of imjinrtsne. will
come before tl.e ineetnie. olO-Ot
t mm v. .v.i aw it.
Norrs or tiii: vi:i:k.
T i y V.:- I' i it We ..)-. tl.at a ft.it.i-
1 -j .-. i:io-'i '..r i;it'.vo u ..I- l-o.-u j,r-
j. u- ll'V .Mr. ! I.-. !ht, tii- il.i: t ih.imt, t -r t !-i-1
iinioiit t' l.o t . i wt iU -1 t i tho l'aii- Kxhibi-ti-.ii
i.f ih- l:i luTy I u.itin. to ), li I i iu
1'.7. It i. j.fuU:tl'U' th.it t.thtT .-j.fiinK-n Um
f.ur i-IaiiJ- viil lie s.-nt by tin .'. H". via
l's' iin n. From all uooi.r.nts. it would ap'ar that
, utiusit.il :!" .rts art brin$r m J in VarU fr thi
event, to irtvt tti show suvT.as. in oxtt-nt utiJ
iiiniriiiii..".'Ti . anytliitivr -v-r s--n iu any country.
' i'l' iuh K:uj'i-ior is spf-.-ially loir..us
that it Iia'.l .-ura--.- ti.f givat Knjrli.-h -.Li!ition-oint
hl.-a o!" what it will be. may bt- in'onvii Iroin
' the l'ollowinir. from the t u ut ijh: . Li ri-nn ;
' I'rofessor Joy ktnte'l ui the last tnvetiiij; of the lV.lyUc1.iiio
! Aj. i:t'.i 'ii th it. t ;i h's rrceutvi-.it tn l'.irSj, it s-t-mc-1 t. 1.;::i
. h- if tin-- vrt. ile ci;y hh tu-iiii; pu'.ir.! down in ni;i'Kii L' prepara
l tiot.4 f'T the 'i at e!.ititii. One company h.ts purch.isni a
I l rwt nf to mil' s in l.-acth rilit iii thr he:irt rf the city. :i:i.t
i- pulliiiL' d-.wii ;U1 tfie ImiMincs to n:ake rinmi f-.r other K-tier
i a 1 iplil l-.r !ie of the coiUt rl -.p- cul.i'.ii!i, cnn.-ct-d with
' the rx'.it.itiou One '- tturt- l-t to he a n presentation ,.f the in
i ilu-t-y -if ;i!I :i'.iti'iii- in practical rp-r;iti' 'ii t.y tt mt'.vfs of the
9eVer.il c-.ai.:ri-s. If ihi-i set.eQie is carried out as pr'.pojed.
there lie ii'tu iu the middle of l'ari. Ijiplandvrs. ni ikinc
fiihiiii ta-.-kl- ; I'ral Tart r. i-niploy.-d in the preparation of
I kiti! a'id carpet : the K ihylei i f Algeria. niaWins the laseil j
; pottery of U- r lj. ra, c.irv;ns in the wtKi of ttie t4 tree, orna-
j ineiits in silver and c. rt. and c irp- ts of Oran and other dis-
! tricti ; natives of M. t-icoii mi-aviuc i!k. cotton and wonlen
i fal.ncs, UiaKinu' f. z caps. Middles find arm, ami preparing ha-
l--reeii -, neor ie of t ia I. in pr.duoin cotton cU'th, mr-cco wi rk
and p"tt-ry ; the half prtit blanca. of the Me of lt..urtx-ii,
makiinr s:n"k f r ir and coffee ; Anatolians weavimt Smynia
car-ts. iUs itnd cl.'lh of t;old ; Syrians fahru-atitig tissues and
arms of Ihiiiiascus and Alep. mother f learl, w..rk of ltethle
hem. and wold work of lieyrvut ; Persians Rt work on Kurdis
tan carpets, silk en.tiri -ioery. Kiim.tn siiawln, sdk and colton.-i
of Yerd. enameled tiles, and damascened arm ; Indians weav
ing iini:ins. efii-roiderin(r cashmeres, entsrHvin ivory and
wood, and twi-itiiiir threads of tfold into bracelets and other
ornar.ieiit ; ''aiiilKip'Hns f ibricalinir hoxes and toys from sandal
wmJ ; iatu. carvirp rhinoceros liorn , nd, erhaps. China
men carving a nest of ivory halls ; Japanese painting their in-
I con: paraoie uic(uer wares ; .Mexicans lurniii ineir eriuuieii
jxittery ; aiul red-skin eomp.-sing hcaj -dresses oi leathers ana
Clil iiiN. IiU'E AXI Fa.MI.VK l.v lxiuv. WLt'U tilt
news if th; cltise of the American war was re.-Ci'ivi-d
in India, a trtvater panic was treated then'
uinon' i In cotton-growers than probably evtT ex
ist. d bet'orf. Tin piu of India cotton in Liver
pool frll lVnrii to I'd cents per pound, which
was the iiiinu'diatt' cause of the panic. Native
lin-rchaiit- relused to itiaki- advances to the cuttuii
jjrowers. and the latter iu constMiwoiice ubandoiiod
their lields, so that less land is now cultivated
with coit-.m than previous to thi war. The crop
la-it year atm muted to 25.510 inaniuls (or baskets)
.f mi pound each, against l.(i."',.l.!il7 for lstil. and
the prosjii-ct is that a still greater falliuo; otf w ill
be seen in tin' crop of li'A). Many who have been
eiiirai-d in planting have ieturn'd to their old
vocation of weaving, and it is said that a native
weaver, with a wife and four children, who can
earn Ud. per day. is content with that income.
Nearly all the people wear native cloth. A cor
respondent from India says:
The news was too irreat a shock for the villager's mind to
find that the liel.I of cotton, on which all his h. s centred.
Hint which he had in the morning valued at from M to 30,
via hv eveniinr almost unsalable on Hccount of some news
which" had arrived hy the liijih Dak (ti lefrrapli lihtniiiir
post) the purport of which he was utterly unable to compre
hend." In addition to this. India is threatened with
famine, in the destruction of tlie lice crop by
droiioht. Tin- price of this article, which is the
principal food of the Hindoos, had risen one hun
dred per cent. In sunn; places the inln.bitants had
been reduced to starvation. One writer states that
" The bestowal of only a handful of (Train, soaked in water,
to each man im ites hundreds of the poor to the door of the
d'.nor. Tin- ri liinp (train, which has lurn used to make spirits,
sell a food to those who have money, and tli-.se who are pen
niless hetf f-r il.e refuse seeds from which oil has heen pressed.
Smic'ii is the want of water even iu the Oaniretic ifelta. Kound
Calcutta the peaantry fU'ht for such puddles of water as are
still lelt, wherewith to keep their rice alive."
Cin.ni!. It is remarkable how extensive is the
prejudice against color, even in the United States,
where so much blood has been spilled on account
of the slave. It is not generally know n that ne
groes are allowed to vote without restrictions in
only four States of the thirty-.MX composing the
Union bova. Massachusetts, Vermont and Kansas.
In Maine. New Hampshire ami Vermont, they are
under slight restrictions not imposed on whites.
In Uhode Island they must have SUitl iu real estate.
In Massachusetts they must be able to read and
write, and in New York they must be worth !?2."0
over all debts and incumbrances. In Connecticut,
though the State is largely republican, a majority
of nearly 7,1)00 was given in the last election
against allowing the negroes to vote. The old
nutmeg State has to stand a vast deal of fun on
account of her piejudice against the blacks, of
which the following is a sample :
They used to tell of a peddler State
here the sou's were small and the wits were Kretit,
The spice merchants there increased their hoird,
Not a. hoard of trade, but by trade of board.
lSut those nutmegs" now have lost their meanness.
And the " horn tfuti Hints" have lost their (:reenne;s,
And the Yankees there have lor,t their keenness.
For the State is now meaner
And not a hit keener,
Than a man who ha been by a robber attacked,
And whipped him with powder and bullets, iu fact.
And then caved aud bit his own nose off lieeause it was blacked !
And yet the same prejudice, that prevails there
exists all over the World, not excepting our own
favored isles, where it has crept into the Constitu
tion, and is unfortunately tanned, under the guise
of property qualification, shutting out a large ma
jority of the people, against their will, from all
participation in their own government, and would,
if it dared, hut out every one. In New Zealand,
the same prejudice against color is exterminating
the ht'iori race, by first depriving tin natives of
their natural rights, aud then, when they seek by
l'oreo of arms to regain them, calling them savage
rebels, and hunting them down with powder ami
shot. Were the negroes of America possessed of
halt the brave spirit of the New Zealanders, there
would be perpetual warfare between the races till
the negroes were exterminated as the mirirs will
be in time, ll.it fortunately for the blacks in
America, they are more peaceably disposed.
lI.u-.rKr.'s Movthi.y ai AVekki.v. The popular
ity of these publications is cry great. Over JOo.
oi:0 copies of them are issued in America, and over
."i0 copies are taken iu these islands. In the Jan.
jtitti number .l the weekly, the publication of a
new and original story was commenced culled
- In-hle." It is a picture of the interior lii ot the J
Sor,;ii during the rebelli.n.drawn by one who was j
born in that part of the country, and who has
ahvnvs lived there with the exception of temporary
isits elsewhere, and who was inside of the rebel
lion from beginning to end." The author has been
alwavs an unswerving Unioirman. His story begun
with the rebellion and written as it progressed,
shows plainly th methods by which ignorance,
superstition, prejudice, and every passion were
made subservient to secession by the rebel leaders.
Hen YoVVti Folks." This is the title of an
illustrated tuasazine for boys and girls, published
bv Ticknor .N: Field, of Boston. Tlie January and
February numbers are at hand. It i a i.iost capi
tal monthly for the juveniles. Among the writers
are. Prof. Longfellow. Harriet Precott. Mrs. Stowe.
L. Maria Child, -fiail Hamilton."" Captain Mayne
Held, and other popular juvenile vi iters. It is
charmingly illustrated, and all the young people
sav it can't be excelled for pretty stories. It is
furnished at the bookstore, in Honolulu, at only
$ J ;10 a v.-iir.
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a-: i r.--!, w.' ti-i.l tU .- 1 Ui'-m":
.ii.',.' !. i a.- tin-! :
We lav, in th tnid-t of us iiiths of r Oiie. p. in
r..; r.xp-, I ut t'.1 le-r" r-ricticiO iiuli:i--. lirt
:!..; I- .1: .11. '. -t l.j- . Iu A w )iil t Le ti.ry w ll go f. lth
f - i.i ur . :..-..jt - n- . x th- l... r . h''l of r-l life.
Kai tl nr..t f - n u ;utr I .x ..t least a uncie unit in the (Traiid
Mini t..l pu.-l.c ii.cn:. and that ml! uient is to con-
trv4 our n..:. ..' .l.n.n,. . x'.l.: t!.eia vi ;)1 he call-S to Si '.I
.j.t: .i. of :r list 'i.a-e tl.em t!.--!i :ruo it !.y. Mat-y of theia
wnl le eaoed to i.-r. i-c talt i isofa higher crJ r. Klucate
catvfuiiy. tl.-ti the faci.lics that i d ha plantol in tin ui. It
is i-ur iiu'.y l call. vale tiieimu l sil. ttui this precious ed
u.ay l.ve a'l.i isern.iii te. ! i :;ai.i a healthy irrowtSi, ritwii.i:
f. rt!i at tiatunty. s ui.-. f r!y, s mr, fifty, and some, a hundred
f. .1.1. Sv.iino of 't.ec y..-.j;h le iy :st iu Rdmi!.i?-rinir the
utTairs f our re i ul 'i.-.' Teuch t'l.-ni li eu in our common eh. '.
the pru..-.p'e cf -.veri:niep.t. si.d kU ve , of self-c.iverr.nient. ,
S nie of them may N-c.-nie our future legislator. intruct them j
i:i tin' etern.il r !i- p'.e . f tl.e in. rsl law. ai.il they shall never ;
treatly t-rr. s. nie i. ihein n ay i-land up to dis-nse justice j
! t. i n tiitir f-ili.w-ni' n ; r.i.ii. it-- then fr. in their minds, now j
ia tf.e d time, the letter w.t d- f pnju l..-e, that they may I
hold the sca;es of justice with an even lian.I. ..me of theu.
wiil enca-'e in coinuit n-ial pursuits, and assist ill the li .driven j
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w. rK 'I -eattt riri;; i-ri. a.icasi ii.e i-iessms oi e.-t.i;i. la i un ui
carry forth i:h them, to their latKis the fiist motto of the
si-h i. im 1:1, " l'o rijjht." Let duty W their teniu. and it shall
lead them in the p.iib of pr sper.ty. tv'Oie wiil devote them
Selves to the huuil le. y t n..! ie work of tiliiii the Soil. These
are the schoul-nia.-iers tn the worid f tialure. l'alicnt. har.l
w.rkiris. self f. retfi.l, they '.ahor for the (x.mnion pixnl. In
livju- th. y toil on. while t i"rf:eii others enter !n:o the fruition
of their hopes. These are the :reit wealth producers of our
Con.n unity. Tlir..uch tl.em a heiieticient IV-videnc speaks to
us in answer to our di.i'.y praver. -Oive us tin day our daily
l-rea l.' L-t us teach these hones: sons if toil in our common ' au believine that many of the features are uncoil
,eho.; the di.nity of laN r. Mi-w them that laK.r is so far , ... - u) -uch WiBUtio for th tvmlb
thed,.nity of laN r. Miowthem that .a.K.r is so mr .
einr a curse to humanity, that every community and
i ..M...i .h .t hiM without it and mote than tins oruve
to them th;
at educated uhor uiust ever it uiore eiacieui tiian ,
m.ical drudgery." I
mere met hat
Tahiti vx Chuistiaxs. Th. tenacity with which
the simple Folynesian Islanders clinj; to the tirst
relinion which thev have beeu taught, is illns
trated iu the history of the Tahitians. The Knplish
Protestant Mission was coinmeuced at Tahiti in
1 7i7 or soon after. Some forty years later, the
French seized the island because the native rulers
sought to exclude Catholic priests from teachino
there. After the seizure, the interference of the
French and opposition to the Englih Missionaries,
resulted in driving them away, and in their places
numerous French Catholic Missionaries were im
ported, but after laborino- twenty years they failed
to bring the natives over to their laith. A few
vears ago tlie National Assembly of the Islands
.xent to France fur two Protestant Missionaries, for either to jump across, or whether either is dis
iin.l now tl.e (bivernment. is restoring to the Pro- ! DoSCd to jump, remains to be seen. ' The veto having
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tesiania Hie Cll.ue oi nie ituwin . .
wrested from them and given to the Jesuits. Queen
Pi.inare and nearly all the people still adhere to
the faith of the (los-pel. There are now :17 Pro
testant parishes. ..U" pupils hi the schools, ami
o.:'.'.i communicants in the native churches the
whole population being only about 0,000. At the
Queen's residence, the French Oovornor has otter
ed ground to build two large school houses, and
one of the Protestant Missionaries has gone to
America and France to raise funds to erect the
The bark Jlheruoj. Capt. Lane, of the Ha
waiian Packet Line, arrived last evening from San
Francisco. -0 days passage. Our thanks are due
t Capt. Lain lor full tiles of papers. Among the
passengers is our old friend and townsman, Captain
James, whom w e are glad to welcome back again.
The Iilerhi brings San Francisco dates of Feb. 2-1,
and New York dates of February 1st. also a large
U. S. mail, which arrived in San Francisco per
steamer CoWuo the day previous to the bark's
departure. The steamship Ajix was advertised to
sail on the 10th. The Lastern news is quite excit- '
in". President Johnson makes an important speech
ou the split with the Kepublican party, and explains j changes seem to be well founded. Secretary Stan
his position in the broadest terms, denouncing Sum- ton's friends trny he will not resign, but the Presi-
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nor. Mevens ami outers. ru- nm panicuuis m j
news see :tn r runcisco papers, ior saie ai tue coun
ter of the bookstore.
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Picizk Monk V. It w ill be of interest to our
readers to learn that Lieut. Cushing of the Laucas-
(Vr, has been awarded $10,100, for his services in
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blowing up the rebel rani Alhnmurle, during the
rebellion, lb had been promised fifty thousand
dollars for this act. Over niue millions have been
paid out bv the prize courts thus far, some of the
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con.mon sailors, reabzn.g from ,.ne to twenty thou-
sand dollars each. Admiral I-arragut received
S.Vi.-m: Porb r. tiyo.olS ; Lee, SDIM-jO ; Du Pont,
iS lTi;- pailev. $:;:.o:is; Sliingham, $14,117;
ii t i .- ,, 4.i--'. v;il .. iTiiri. .,d Ooblsliiir-
Dahlgren. ..... 1? AN like, ,..H.5, and (.old.bor-
Oilgll. iSj.Ob. 1 lie largest amount pam out ui any
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one time was s,J,.j1 to Lieutenant j.uuu, woo
captured the rebel steamer Mt'injihis.
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iiinwiv l'mvrivi: l'tei'it. An exchancre
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paper largely lrom f.ermany and other parts of
Kuropo. Sinct? the second year of the rebellion,
when niei -lean printing paper rose to the high
oriee it ha- ever sine maintained, we have used
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tbrman paper almost entirely. 1 he bark A. H.
V, td brought a stock ol about i.)H reams, wincn,
for the two native and foreign weeklies, is a supply
for onlv six or eight months. The fJovernment
press as well as the Advertiser office now receives
its paper exclusively from that quarter. German
newspaper, fnun some cause, is less in cost than
either Knglish or American, but it is hardly equal
in quality' to that from those countries.
i-ir- A sample of sugar, from the new mill at
lloeia. in Ko.dau. on this island, has been sent j
to us by Mr. McKcague, who is now grinding a
crop of about fortv acres. There is considerable j
i...i ib .t -.-ieiiiitv suitable for cane, and ere
Ion- a lur-e plantation will bo found there. The
specimen lo tore us possesses good color ami grain,
1 t o
-.--u-.. .hn.,1 to C.ir.t. Tutv for late for-
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eigll papers, tltm also lOl iiiriuuiauiin ioa uui' i
items of interest. Also, to Messrs. Aldrieh, Mer
rill 1- Co. and (.'. W. ISrooks A Co., of Sun Fran
cisco, for late papers.
Vn alarm of Fire occurred on AVedm sdav
ii . ,..u f-i,;.n ..,w.,.. r.
ast. occasioned by a small Chinese tenemeut, on
Maanakea stret. taking fire
Great Britain. Tbe third Fenian trial, that of
Michael Moore, nine maker, resulted in bis convic-
! tion, and he was seutenced to ten years' peual servi-
I iu le.
It ia sai 1 that the Emperor Napoleon has addressed
I a letter direct to tbe Secretary of State, asking our
! rt -o- tr. rcni?!. the i-ninire cf Maximilian
a tlie Government de. facto. The Secretary of State
u,t"'""-ul -r- - . -
is engaged in preparing his reply.
The Mormons are holding a conference iu Bristol,
England, just now. Brigham Young, Jr., is one of !
the principal attractions.
Ireland The report of the Commissioners which
in iu-t issued, states the number of schools to be
G.1C3; scholars, 840,orJ; average attendance, 2'JC,
'Jiu, which is certainly an encouraging account of
the united system In Irelaud.
Much is said about the superior virtue of this era
of England over that of the Georges and other reigns;
yet Palmerston's eldest illegitimate son, by Lady
Cowper, now Lady Pilmerstou, will inherit the new
made peerage to be given his mother at once. Lady
Hamilton was not so provided for, even after the
pathetic request of England's darling beio. Nelson.
Sweden. In the House cf Nobles, the government
bili for reform iu the Constitution was adopted, by
Sol agil nst 'J'.il. The Chamber of the Clergy unau- ' In England it is rumored that Parliament will be
imuus y pas-i d the bill, which has thux gone through ; nked to suspend the writ cf habeas corpus in Ire
all the fiur Chambers. There was great rejoicing j n,t to give the Government power to deal with the
throughout the country over the event, and a great j Fenian conspirators.
public festivity and illumination, at Stockholm, was Great depression continued in the money miiket,
preparing in honor cf it-
! The Imk IJ'ii-.'.Vr, l'aty,. rrivel on the mfiern-n
' cf the :5th, twenty. one d-iys from San Fraucicc.
briiijiing san Irat.ctsco juperti!-, February lUh,
! anJ the New Yiik t'na.l '.f J ouary 'Jotb.
I The M i '.' r arrived at vi.n Franoifoo on the 7th
; of Filru iry 15 .Jys juiwafO, havin-j left this pert
cu the '-21 if January. Thu bitik Jlherint; arrivcl
i over rn the lith. 17 days ps'-lte. haviug left
j IIciiolu!u en the 27th cf January. The U. S. steamer
; Lavcultr arriveJ on the 16th 13 day parage,
j And the .Ij.tx arrived on the imrniim of the JJd.
j 11 days at.d '20 hours front wharf to wharf.
I T!ie news p.-sssses no wry teo'.i.l interest. Tele
! gra: h:c dales from New York are to the )th .f
Iu Congress, the breach between the lUlical wing
! of the Ueiul.'.icau party ar.i 1'resiJcut Johtisuti was
widening. The President has vetoed the bill to con
tinue the Frrediueu's l.uteau. which haJleeti passed
by both houses by large iuj .r'uies.
Nkw Yovk. Feb. 19 The Fhila lelphi a Bulletin's
fpecial dispatcli froiu Washington tayi, the l'resi
deut's veto ines? ijie i n the Freedineii's Bureau bill,
wa? fery elabornte. covering upwar.In of thirty pagea
cf foolscap. He js opposed to tue uui iu every snape.
he 81VS IH) 5UC1 legislatiotl for th tVJ
BtltUtlouai, nesijs m ouv
iuirht to be adopteil whi.ethe oultleru riaus
not represented, and tbiiiks mere 13 too IHUCU ei iii
p,oiiititii power iu the bill coufided to the Tresidenl.
lie enters into a full discussion of bis recocntrucliou
TV, . 1 i . v h n i 1 thinks that the "Southern llepreseutatives
J,u hl to te jmiueJ.
The I'resideut's eto message is all the talk, ibe
first remaik of everybody was that tbe President did
not write it, and the next remark that the President
has separated trom the majority iu l ocgress ana
. all V. . I ..
.one over to the other iJe. All agree that the mess
age is most ably written and is au admirable argu
ment, presenting incontrovertible poiuts. Tlie cuiu
mon belief is that Mr. Seward wrote or revised it.
hence comes the speculation bow the Cabinet stood,
and report says that Messrs. Seward, McCulIoch,
Welles and Dennison favored the veto, the other
The effect immeditelj apparent bens ia marked
between joy and anger perhaps dismay. It is only
too apparent that the breach is widening tmtween the
President and the Ivadical party, wnetner too wine
been addressed to tbe Senate, the question came up
,.r. ... loll
at One O ClOCK to uay, wnnan iu ii;
the veto, which was lost by a vote of 80 ayrs, to 18
noes, not two-thinhj- The question was lost, there
fore cannot reach the Houne, the veto baling beeu
put ou general grounds. No attempt will be made
to pass another Freedman's Pill. The question of
reconstruction has become ni mid led and doubtful,
more especially if the President signs the Ciil Rights
bill pendinc in the House, which has become doubt-
i ful eiuce Sumner's Radical opposition, or it the
i. representative Constitutional amendment passes the
J Senate. Speakiug plainly, matters will be brought
j to au issue at present, all things are very much
mixed. Humors say that Uotli Jtaniou auu itariau
will resigu. in cousequence of the veto.
A miscellaneous crowd, headed by Judge Hughes
of Indian. Green Clay Smith, and Geo. Francis Train,
with a band of music, serenaded the President last
night, in honor of his veto message. Tbe President
did not respond. ,
Washington. Feb. 21 The Senate Committee on
the District of Columbia have decided to report the
House bill confirming, negro suffrage iu tbe District,
aud recommend its immediate passage.
A dispatch from Kichmond -ay : The u7y Ex
aminer office was closed to-day by order of General
Terry, on instructions eaid to have come from Gen.
New York, Feb. 21. The Commercial' AN ash
in it ton wnee.i al disnatch savs : Humors of Cabinet
- r. t i . -
. i1p:iI'm friends sav
there must be a new Secretary of
NVasuixgtok. Feb. 21. Secretary Seward's dis
patch to Minister Bigelow, forwarded by tbe last
steamer, is published and contains severe coinmcutH
and r denial of the assertion in the Kmperor's speech
J that the United States was originally invited to join
in the Mexican intervention.
Private dispatches to Government officials an-
n0Uf)Ce l!lt a rCilty hft8 Wo tMaeml int0 last month
j uclwt.eu Frauce and Austria for the immediate with-
drawal of the French troops from Mexico and their
j replacement by troops, to number one hundred thou-
I gand. by Austria. It is proposed to raise these troops
bd;onteerjnK Bcillm and Hungary, with
j tr:lnSjlort,uion for them and necessary mores until
j their landing in Mexico to be supplied by Napoleon.
I YYa'siiinOton, Feb. 17. Henry Rives and Pollard
of the Hichmond Examiner, having invned in vain
j the interfcrence tof the President to rescind the order
suppressing their paper, yesterday visited General
Grant, who, after listening patiently lo rullaril a
representation, nuietlv informed hitn he would receive
any written communication addressed to him from
Richmond. The suppression of the Examiner wan
i done iu pursuance of positive orders from General
flnnounceg- hj8 in,entiou cf oppressing
newsp!,p(jra South which come out in similar bold
j denunciations of the Government,
; Geueral Robert F. Lee was before the Heconstruo-
! tion Committee two hours to day. and on leaving the
! Capitol, walked to the Metropolitan Hotel, followed
r curi,ia crowd .which increased to a large assem-
: by a curious crowd, which increased to a large
blage by the time he reached his quarters.
Ihe Queen opened Parliament on the Cth. Her
speech expresses satisfaction at the successful termin
ation of tbe American war and the abolition of
elavery, and says the correspondence relative to the
rebel cruisers will be laid before Parliament. Tba
treaties with Austria and Japan are referred to with
satisfaction. The deplorable eveuts in Jamaica are
regretted. The Fenian conspiracy is deplored, as
hostile alike to authority, prosperity and religioti.
Lord DeGray succeeds Sir C. Wood as Secretary
for Iudi i. The .Marquis of II irt'mgton succeeds De
i Grav in the War Denartment. Lord Dufferiu sue
ceeds Hartington as Under Secretary of NVar.
j The proposed address ol the French Senate, m
reply to the Kmperor's speech, repudiates the ideaot
: the withdrawal from Mexico under me American
In the House of Commons, Denison was re-elected
Speaker without opposition, his conduct Iu tbe Chair
being warmly eulogized by the leaders on both siiea
of the House.
A tribute to the memory of Lord Palmtrston. was
j pa'"I by the Speaker, Mr. Gladstone, and M. D'laratrli.
Formal proceedings will be complete! by the tr
, inct Jn ;ffie fcr ,fe ueli?eriBg cf ,U Queen's speech.
News from Europe states that the cattle plague is
i assuming an alarming phase in Great liritain. If
some means are not found to check its progress, at
! the Dreseot rate of increise it will not require many
I weeks to drain the kingdom of cattle. Thomas II.
Dudley. Americaa Consul at Liverpool, informs tbe
j Department of State, under date of January 26tb.
' that the plague is still increasing in violence. The
' Government report, published January 2rth, an.
! nounces the total number cf cattle died at K3,.2.
; and the number killed after having been attacked.
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io.ioo; wnoie numoer reporter oi onaca nvm iuu
In London, February lt, consols closed at EG1
8C, for money; U. . 6-L'O's, Ciai;r..
It is cflicially announced from A'ienna tint th
negotiations lor the formation of a new corps of
Aliri.in vo!ucteer3 fur Mexieo, will hcrtly b
brought to a conclusion.
The reported appearance of Chilean privateers off
the Spanish cua-t excites attention. No- ravages ar
as yet reported.
The fateam ram detained in the Thames was found
to be built fur the Peruvian Government, and was
allowed to depart on the 27th. Another s'eam ram.
built by Laird for Peru, recently left Liverpool and
was at Brest where, the Palrie says, she will be
detained until the Spanish difficulty is adjusted.
Humor connects these two vessels with desigus
against Spain. It is reported that Spain Las a dozen
ships building in England, "and hurrying their com-
with a tendency to a panic in Ibe funds.