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A uKchrr f-ji J u t. ib3"rl the .imir u: Iki
roa wli ch coi'i-l tf,i: y. ,ir a-o fr'Hii t.'.e N..w Y.-rk In
4'prnitiKl. - with Vmok. ai.J f.rvl ou a, rc-irual
tVm tl.at tVy are excevilirsrty app'.ie:: t tie in nt
tiur. iu.J rffcj.l? t. tN c!- i ii.r yar. At a g-n-ral
rat- l)i n-n t!,ru,'t,out kiri?.l.o are ir-t-rially
:;rr-. jo (he Biu.-.nrtt of U-ir affiir. a:. l a r-:t
faJwri itj rariy rur. Taia U owii:s in r.o tn;a:l oon-
t're lit.,rl. "y-t-wt .rf quarterly tetf.'rmrntl of nil
whh n.iIf nF-rc;i.nt ! nearly a eaS Ijo.i--,
an. at all time Xn knfr th exact stale .f th- ir a!Tir.
A crlit LuiiiiraiiM-cr k carT -.! on ar.yafifr without
a I the nearer or rr":hanta a!h re ft a c:nh lui:.-ii,
l.V lew will he thx-.r rla . j an I
Alth-.h f crt .. iu iiljo ui r.U at tl.. e iil.Mi'U U
e-rry on a Ure tra I'j, or to rush ii.to those w.!. h- n.-j of
cr.'lit, wl,t.:h, tn l-r e-witries. r-u!t in j-eri .!.'.! i .ini.-,
9tiH Ure is tue l.m,.: .ti. n, t art-CuI.trly with Ih' fc uiwjr I
in w hir.nl;orr. N l unr-o. of w fiatcr-r natur-, !.on! I
Us i-ij.:.n.!.tl fi in re than d iil U; or t(.n.t tirw the actual
rspital ru.-w u i:, nor hiuM any man a.un.- I-ahiliii- s f.r .
Dor Ihao f-ulle alut he ia w rth, in cash or it 'iu.rai.xt.
lu otsr cFi.Jrm, we kr.w, it i. r. ii.m .n fiir t' tan u
anl . l-as.iH-5 '!' ly co tridit, aiul oth-r on c..iul'if
ten it Twrtity tl.u I will .loan annual hu.iws of lia'.f a
niliiew, mostly on . r-lit. I:ut it i iw lr true that W cil
of e"" 'y lot) of t:fi niT- hi t.. i i Kn-Un l rr America Kier :
Liter heroine br:aru't. A snar f.lai.tnl. jn sUf.i w.th a
rah capital of j Jj.'Co, hut Hr..! in the covrse tf twu years ,
ar.il brf.re ptwluciti-r any u."ir, tl.it it n in .! t.t i'VJ.'jO.
The chaacea of tucct t.r auch a.i etiterpr.ae arr an.i:! iirl l.
A cre4iC tHi.-iie can oi.ly be ctrriril on l.y pa ii. i:iter..-t,
arit l-o r.aiiy of ur laitati.m are payir? iiiKi, t-xa-te4
qaarterly, which wouM tupp.x och a noljUmari. litteret is
the ioc rcksmleas ail cnarl iitast'jr wha:h a mart can 4are
Im telf nnf r, ai d when any man or taitie trci CiL' his tt
lU Lilt fr luterex annual: i:icreaii.r. U is time tn stop aii.
think; l tack chip an.! mluce ei nmt, nr the d.iy or reckon
Inz with that mereilcaa uaih r will c- cie. It u ,.r..Bl
etllcueiita of all accovut', hy ecociotny in l.uaiuru an.t living,
by Kuar.lina; agraiiit .1. It anl iotrrel, aul l y living w.thin
kia iamir, tliat acy m.ut can sucore-l ia buii-, or l bapj y
la wir(i life, tot t the " (..- rules" rtfcrn l t :
Tlte rrraew of the fat fe year, hare been an exferrienre ;
wihich Hoall be vlMr4e to atl btiirMa men. '.rtutM's w!it.h
Si a.1 beea year ia acrinaaUiin, have sullenly Uiap-are J.
T&.iMui4a whowre ibMvh4 thtnelve atnM.ir. n-vrr t. lie
tckr, have hem ticre. t' a'. nji. anl are ! It p- nnil. 3.
Ihey wibft IK'W k-jin a.-am Many Lave paol the prime of
iiPr. Their tVf H l" rkiUe. their brain leas ictive, an-l tb. y ,
m II hereaf-r w rk w.ia an ahi lni',- eneuufMs th it they can
not pian ar4 rxprnce a in dayi ckic by. We n tcr see lurk
are ae beginners wifhiut real aympathy an.l a ileiire t b've
tbena an eiKNrirtx wr.l an.1 a he!rfnK hail.
Hj hi lie wnttnir we have !. not with the unfortanate or
thne who are e.n..trortirv th. ir l'0irtl affair., but with the
ytxnt awl .r -j.u, an. I with th.o! who hare weatht re.1 ail
the atmn ami ar yt aaihnir avthly.
Mt men, whea th'y ttart in buinea, make pvmt r-o!uttn .
At any rate tby avan In suoct-ed. They evprct b avoid the
4n.-r whirh have rotue.1 otliert. for a while all roes i
ell. bnC the day romea at lenu-th when they are w . 1 1 away
aavl all their brilliant earthly i.pecu are rue fcver.
Aeotrilmx t' an old maxim, it U never tn Lite b leara. i
Boainese men, however, do not beiieve this, tivery one (hints
that he baa perferted himself in knowledge, that he need mi '
b-'lp or adviea frncn any lauarter. awl that if others have failed '
of a access, that k no ici.hi a Ly be aaould luitow ut the same I
W hen man drtidrs la buiM bnase, he adapts a plan and !
adheres to U ta the end. W hen a aavirati- atteu..ts a vyage 1
be coaasMltfl ha) charts, an.1 rovermt himaetf by the expencuxe '.
otheea. W ben one ia sirk, or haa hfe is etel u. red by cotu- 1
kt( In contact with dise. be awks aalvice from a skillful ;
phi siciao. Thane are certaia ral.-m, f.evns awl preceib n'-s whkh
govern anil influence ast men in all matters rxcetit the o n- I
lock of a mercantile business. Here they mean t be onirinxl. , there liind' d on I'ljUlOUtll Ii'k a lund of Villi
They dwx't waat the advice vf any b.ly. Just here we ds n . . i-
twsaeaa. W e wish 1 1 r"l'"e ba such men Ute following rule 1 grant.4, Lu left Knpland for CinK.'ienCC ana Ti-Il-
w,to .hich yoa re Rs rake, t., enjoy in the wild, of America
rerfertlv aefiain(e4, any sn.aaer than yutt would attempt, if that fretilulll ot tllOUllt which Was tletiii'd tbflll
bliad. to awrvey a oty. I'lrat th.rocis:ily nndert..o.l wtiat yios ;. . , , ,
pei-se to Serve aa apprenticeship du anything befrire : in tlivir own dnintiy. l'eroCllteU fir the r-Il-
UlrlauVbr t..-J cherUhed. they, like the true ChriM-
""S. hMtorltut,yoJ j ianof tlie early centurie, forsHk ull that tliey
svlislk. lm t af are H be a merchant, when yoa should be a ! J
fara.v. a aierkaoac, or a day laVicer- Iniglit T" freeiluin to Wor!llip CiimI aa they
3.1. Never coaoeet yourself in partner hip with those in j . dx , . . ., ...
whoao j have x perfect eooflamcr with th t.. whom cIki?. On the rocky shores and anions the wild
,'rJ.WM,n'',lkw",",bo0,a,'rol,U'io8 i rurtt3of New Knglur.d they founded a Kei.uh-
dead, twiaatrast ll your bosiursa a flairs. ....
th. fieTerattrnipt la do more bosiacsa that yoa can safely , lie, the hain of whifli M. rjuality ami Frtvdoin
lo en yassr capital. . ,. - ,
bh. Avoad takinsr the rrtnordinary risks of lon.j ertditt, ail, ot tctry race ana every color, tins 19
rVnaver-ooe .ho doe. n.a p.es ' the foundation rock of American :..,.uhl.eamm,
yed moral character. corirccrated hj the emigrant of 1020, and cher-
7th. fopervlsr, caretullr. yoar osrn nosinesi, (not yoar neiirh- i . . . t i i .. .
Ws.) and luok alter yoar clerks, ami see that they arc failhlul j a-Mied by their descendants to this d.iy.
XZin" have deaiin,. or ,nu.-1 Cbarte. Sumner, in one of his f.,.eeehe, iys.
OMirse, anderstand. distinctly, that yoa wm out lend yourseir, j The Puritans i rimar ily aimed at religious Fn-e-
f the saka of trarie. to dV any mraa Utwg anything which ,
yoor raaseieaee will not approve of. uom ; lr tins they contended in l'arliaiucn t
h. Never lend ynor name by emlnrsement or otherwise, j ... i XT" . t . I. i r ., -
except ander ot eatrsordinar eircumstaocea, and then lei ! ul,J,rr F.iizaleth and James ; for tins tliey Puffcr-
tbe act Wriwiol with every poss.bie security. t ed ; but so Connected arc all thee great and glo-
luth. Never allow yuarvif or yoor partners, to draw a dot- ' . . , "
lar from the concern, to Invest in any "outside operation" ; TI0US interests, that the etrugk-S fur One haVO
" ATiTla wi;ns; a co-partnership, ituint that a !in.ite.i jSxej I always helped the uthcr. Such H-rvici! did they
,TkTl7rA.''' h,1,i" "T i"''.''''"'."!"'''- : dj, that Iluuie, whose cold nature syiutithi.ed
IJth. I mler no circamstano-a whatever deal in sbaks. , . J 1
Dota't belie e any one of the thousand marvelous tales of a fur- littla with their burning Sould, is obliged to Con
tane ia that direction. They are a trap and a lie. ! r . . .. , ,. .
l Uh. Keep aU y ,mr accomalated profits in your bnsineas, so I I" that to the I Unfans alone the t.njlish owe
Inn as y.m owe a dollar. When yoa have more capital than the whole cit il and rtlioious freedom uj thtir Cvil
yota rata ae. ttaen ft will be prorr to Invest tt oatile. I J
llth. if. erow of banks or other sources never, if it can be I Stitutiol."
avimleiL. If temporary assistance ia needed, seek it from a tried i .... . ., i i .
friea.1 or fnan a sound banking inrtitutioo, and then return the I lhe TTinClfileS Which they adopted IiaVO grown
lutrCxmHhihenridponetnx, j wit the growtl, 0f America, and are Pr.rcading
IMh. Have an rye oo the coriditai of the coontry, its crops. ....
and the renrral pmprcts for bosinesa, and look oat sharp t.it on the wiilgS of civilization throughout the
the movements of politicians, who, in nine caea out of ten, care i . . . - . ,
more tc a reflection than for our commercial inu-rcsti or our WurM. It was the Clashing of despotlMU and
n'ereaTe'S-.n.l moat Important matter, which ,hooIa j J ith puritan Ilepublicanism that led to
not be biryotten. K -ep g.o.1 c-many. Value inte-nty more . the late American war, and resulted in the ter-
than money. Live within your means. Kscbew wine, iaeatres .... , , "
and faat oxnea. I se no profane lanraage. Never quarrel j luination Ol Slavery. lU JTOgrC-SH may be tcm-
with a rtrtacr. lie kind, consulerale, and ener.ms p. clerks, , tM,rarltv ch.w.kpj l,v fortuitous rireumstaneefl
ami also to yoor unfortunate debt. its. Cultivate the friendship Iraniy CIieCb..U ly IoriUltOUS CirLUUlMantes,
of alL Co your proper share in promotine the pnbhc weal. ! ,ut lH.iri esttblihcd on the Eternal laws of Jus-
Jte a man, a gentleman, and a hruOian, aixl yoa will make ! . , ... . ....
sore of an inheritance in this l.fe and of nntokl riches in the tlCC and I.lgllt, it HlU.lt triumph, despotism VlUSt
life which u t come.-,v. k. intend. f j yield, and religious and xxuv couality for
Parr a Mills Few persons have any idea of the extent o ,,, , . ... ,. ,
the mannracturrof ,,.per in the raited States. During ISM black and w hite Wlil be established OVer every
there hare been over 7 JO mills in active operation, producing ' purtion of America.
annually 270,000,000 r-mmU of pape,, worth n average j T,,e ..rincipv, 0f tie Turitans are rprCitding
tea ceits a pound, or in the aggregate f 27,000,000. As it re-! .. i ., o ... r. ?
quire, about a p.nd and a half of to make one pound of j eJ throughout the Southern States. l-ich
paper, there arc ronsume.1 by these mills 40,uoo,ooo pruuds of I mail brings us new proofs of it. Iu September
ras in If estimate the cwt four cents per ! 11, Hon. Horace Maynard, in a speech in Xaidi-
poand I, there wooU be a profit of fH.OOO.OOO in this branch U j, . utterance to the following words,
manufacturing. Notwithstanding the loantity of paer man-
factimd in the Stat.-, the p-icea f ail kinds have never Km j 'which are worthy of being engraven in letters
lusher than during t.'ie past year, nor do they apfK-ar tu have ; uf gold on the national Capitol. They will be-
tvach4 their limn. come the waUhword of philanthropists in every
local, LOMMCRCt.iL. j country, lie said : " Let our laws and institu-
Ancxolinaly dull and qsit week close. bWay, with little j tl)M k , ot of mcn, nor of rcJ
trade, except in the way of holiday toys, and scarcely a breath ' ,. , , r -
efa:r to dUturb the shipping. Our foreign arrivals are con- ! of Aatil men, nor of men of any race or
floMd to the aooaer rrtl from Micronesia and tlo-re whale- Complexion; but like the laws of (iod, the ten
ships frn Ililo, which utter have before been reported in our ' commandments, and the Lord's Prayer, let them
We notice that the sp ies, each t 1 et long, recently Uwle. Fix':i'i the Pl4PLE.
froto the j. a. uuru.j, frosn. tvrtund, are bring cvere.1 . haUvcr men may think to the contrary, the
with eirper, preporitory to making the new pier .r the China ' d.iy i not distant when the South will award
learners. As the dredge ha. succecird in excavating to 25 feet rt.Jio;ioU. nd politk-al frwdolll tO the black race,
water alongside tlie present wharf-front, the new pier will en- , .. . .
..St of an extension some 300 feet .oOih-ard, making the whole 'J thc ,;U,C 11,3,1 "e lcSlrn that one of the most
frootaire 37 feet. This will accommodate the Large vcsels imMrtant laws which Were as.ed by the Siuth
ttiat wm ever ...it tbi. port. The first of these .hip, may be ' Carolina legislature, that has just adjourned,
expecteil two weeks fi.an next Thnralay. all' .1 ' l ? at t i t x.
The achoooer 4e, brings a sma'J cargo of coccanut olL
She ia oftVrrd Uit sale.
The schrooer .Vini. lately from Victoria, Lss been purctaned
the past week Kir the coastina; trade. Her name has been
changed to iaa. and) .he will run as a regular packet to
Kohala oo Hawaii.
The camftricjr U still ia port awaitin cargo, which one. ; pt-rtv ; of making bills, and in general terms the
ia very .lo-.y. She w.U xrolh.y get off by Satunlay next. ,',,', ..enj,, fuH an,J usl benefit of T er-
The bark A. J. tl.truly has been laid oo Uie berth 6 Sao , . , ... , '
Franc... In the Regular lia, tcb Line, and wul U on Sat- ' oDal ""'J . rrs,,na) l'lrty and TlvatO J ro-
orday th 3th. i TiJ the came us whit." This law also pro-
The ilip fooai. with a fail earuof oil. booe, saiu on 1 vides that blacks and whites rliall buffer like
WIilar annini uil lot re Kedf rd. ' . . . r . .. , ., ,
., , . t punishments for crime, and it repeals all laws
Owe latest dale Crwm San Francisco is the 13lh of November . '
10 Jays U. inconitcnt with its provisions. It is pratify-
coMMCRcTTh itevs. ! in5 to able to 'Td t,Rt Sjuth rolin.i has
The action af sea-water on lead r. nearly imperceptible, it ' voluntarily granted to her colored population the
CrJ'1 "IT"' "n,ar . f r""r,."Ii ' me irou-etion and privilegi s before the law
keels of uroa ships trasn eorruaaon. lis aardneas cou!d be in- i 1
ervasrd by sbiing arsenic cr antimony. .that are enjoyed by her white citizens. This is
Wise P..dc-t or TaL roasts The extent r-f the C.r.fr- . i fc ,n ; .1 - t:.t ,):..,; ,,,.
nia wine intwst i. comparatively little is known in tne AUar.t.c :imI'J a tu P ,n ",e r,S"1 Giret tb.n, DUt years
SHatea. Kvery year increase, the prrduct immenseiy. The : aiTO, tlO mall Would have predicted the ra.-a f
estimate i-t the pr-ent year ia SjO.uta) eaiaon. h blDiH " 1 "
county. 3aU4uO rall. o in '0.ua roomy, and oUO.tsM in tLe , Ptich a law in that State. Ten VCars ht--Ce,
rciaainder of the rtate. or l.oia.xjO gdlot.. ia all nvv than , t i u -n . i . r i i
t-ur time, the entire product U Has I tike 1 Mates m lv. blacks W ill TOt ID t barlton s freely US whites.
Tlx tra.ie in roae. u of o..i. rhic importance in France. ' Hut it is not in America alone tli.lt Puritan
Km tree, are cultivated in d.tTnnt parts of thc ceuulry in'., ... . , - ii-i
open SeU. jnat as turnips or cabbages. Thus, there are 50O.- lpublicanisio IS Working to establish etiliallty
(MO rose uve. near tr leans. 2uo.lh)i near Metx. 1 .uuo.uix near anJ fr,Nl..in One n-ult of the late war in
A nsrrs. lM.0v near Lyons, itloaxftay near Paris. aud 2 ouo.- "a ,r,Nm- 'ul1 vi ' al- wr
ia the la commune, of Bnat'onitr.Kobert. The varietie,
ca;lel K iae-The. tV? lt..orhon, ami Muaivsv, Courh panic-
. . . . . . . .. . . . , 1
uiarly in the rnvir ns of Paris an.1 Orleans.
Ta tMMatled dels; uf 11 citr an-I e,.ou!y of San Fnnnn
no outatanlinir, ane u.ns t i l.'a7.Vt. s. m- f thc l-..i.ls
benr s.t prr erne iolerest. s. toe sesen p.-r rent, and a. roe t. n
per cent. To meet this, the Fund t'omnussioners hare "ir! J;
thrre are lo the Irea.ury. sinkinr funds. UT.lo and ioo iaJ
wurth of ra.lnaa.l at. k. Bedaee.1 hr these am.Hints, the art ml
1-tat.raeliiaire of intrmt. is $ ijiljfji. Scarcely any cf thc
dcht becooea due Is f.TC IsTI.
TTie Cornuh, Enpiao.1, miners are tearing their homes hy
thousand. Many ant rmirating to Aaatrali an.1 Amenra.
while others are s-ekin rwipioymcnt in the roi IrM. .f s-m;h
Wales and of the N.inh of fcniilaod. The ailrarre which lias
taken place in the price of copper and tio lca.U to the h. pe
that tbe worst of the crisis is c.w user.
Fob S Fsv-i-o p-r Cornet. tc. 1 . lies (5JI.0.;"
Ihsi sugars. 121 b-lls (1-17 lbs) whale bone, lja pkes '-fi3
rails) moiaaa., tju sarks (4.0U0 Iba . rice. 51 1 i--s ( i K -)
hniea. ftvsay empt tv4tk-s. n pke id. j ) r a. t. sacks
(vJ lbs) peanuts, 14 hah (JOiJ ll) cotton, 2 bas s ie
(io.o!7 ;!. i hx .wam.-.-s. 6 bunches bananas.
E:5 ZZ'r::::::; r
Vaiue Transhipped i-r..iuce 7.W9 3a.
Fob ? rlv w-o - r S.iriia. Ib-c. 17 I'H) b.i js (10 .:.. 1
iu peanuts. js pkrs jw.4i7 ) sugars, 'iio rk-
VJVurfy "i-? ,,0'u" M 'T' (u:' ;i-
rice, luo baica . Ihsj cule. 1 bx bruaciculs. 1 cs cuiur. 7a
i d:s i ananas. i(o.arv''s.
alu F .rviirn 1'ro.luee. . ....
Value lMbc.Ui.: lr.iurr.....
17,:jio a;;. :
(..(it Faae'4'. per Canibri-1;:' or I'' lrrl;, Dsc. CO.
..r Uirtti I'-iar. i -r K:Uu-a. 0:1 M .i.:.y.
Or HONOLULU. II. I.
1 -j A m wh amp Mt. V aiLaat... W:ii;s, frora Arctic,
-.m 1,1. , il, lomrj l. a ':.
Is Aui wh ship Rauil', lla.k'-r. front Och.lk, wit.'a
36m i.l.ls u.l and :o0 ins .:.e.
Is Am wh r?iip WaM meton, Banff, fr.;a OchoUk, Willi
:i .! .! a o.l iMy) 11 a c.i.e. .
11 sehr Pf.el. 7.-;r..lort. ';. day from Micr.ei.:i,
w.ih n.dse to Ed il..e-.hUr r t to.
11 r I'ri-H r, 1! itli-l !. fr a. l!i.:.r.!.-i.
l'J r.r try E.i-ri. West, froti. a.h.-e.
..f:r H-4cti, ii:ii.i.-r, fr'n Maoa,o.
"-1 s.-.r M'.i W.hiri.-, Paaki, 'rrai Kauai.
'ii, iu.r Kr'i'H, M.:n or, tt 00.1 :j.arl i-orls.
1', Kj ).;.. M-Ti B, T't.T, f. r New :f.rd.
l i In ri Ci-n-'t. Dai.ay. f.sasai. Fr.iic.-o.
li K. bri onatant i.e. PiiiK-n. f..r s iki.
1 7 r':nrr hii.u-a. M .Iret.a-. f..r M in.l.ir l Torn.
17 '.II- wh .top jr-'ii. iait.m n, t tni.-.
17 Col. bark Santa, V ii-oii. t- t .-an I rar.ei.eo.
'l-.lm wh hark Active. Rot ins..n. to iru
J s S lr K.: Lee. Foau:a.n, for M.le.e's LaiuLr.B.
11 Am h ship Kanilio-a-. Laker, to crni.e.
l'J Am wh bark Wasd.i";::on, liak-r. to ciuiae.
l'J T' itt I'rit.c..-. Ilailield, f..r llanalei.
19 .-chr Ki Mui, W i.hur, f- r Kahului.
i.fi wh tart Julian, !!; nermann, to crais..'.
F.aj M:ra 'P.-IJI T Pfeil. Dee. 1 ! J O M.I C4ut
il. a pca turtle ah. H. I kCa bche il- wer. 1 k- .ns.-s. 1 l.x
a.e ;i an- I c..r;l, 1 bx axes, 1 bx hatchets, 1 bx ki.;Ves, 1 Lx
'. ? k-!o pr r..n-t, I'-e. 15 Vn H Iiinf.r..!,
Mi.J . ,),i,.r l;.,ki;.-k. ( II Oray. Th- Tlirum. L K. lly. K
Kail, r, 3 K l!..:t. J l lrlrrm. tt, I M Hr It. U V W-nn-r, If
Kn..w. A J'.ivjUiU, Jue iia, L Ji'ph. A Vlu.li, l- t-aliihi . L
Muivly. L Wteaeur, Ihaa Ver, llcury Natuai., John t'aU.T-.-ti
F' Fa Paaxci.-M.J rr Farira, Ivc. 17 Mm Gilk-j.i,
Mi.. J.il-ii'iv, L AUVn, A A Bructi, II OaTiluer, 11 Lovttuau,
H :r, u itrii
faoM Mi-is..rjai per Tfcll, I)ec 19 Caj.t B Teaaf, Mr
Uair! atnl chil'i.
Oo th 3xh Uit., Mr. Jigim Hay WJilwUse of ad lUL-liicr.
CiLMas la '! O.rncr, M.M , S p. SOtti. I.ucy Field
Uilfoan, only cfjikl f U. l. unl L. K. i.iluian, .-f.l .nc year.
Jtriirini lt n'rh'rl frn wt.ale baik Gtoryr, St-pt.
2H. ., in IU Arrtic, ileniiaua Alhraro.
On lMrl halrship Ml. ITollnmlon. at Botiin IIn.l. Paina,
n.lire Hawaiian. lie diril of -y, ai.'l km Imri.-U on
bure. Un Idr u the Arrtic, I'ui.iwaki. a native Ha
waiian. m thr paage Irutn luc Aictic, llaarJ l.ut 'j, a ixa
li t.f IIIinoK, V. i. A.
SATHRDA K, DECKMDFM 22.
Two hundred and furtj-fix years ago t-d;iy.
'--, o.acK, oy
which facedmcn are secured the rightii of making
and tuforcing Contracts; of ueing and being
sued ; of giving evidence ; of inheriting, pur
chasing, leasing and selling real or jrsonal pro-
Kunpe Is the extension of the elective franchise
. . ... ... ... n . n at .. . A . ... ....... . v ..
tVF .1IJI 111.111 111 1HV a io-:-i.ii U '111 1 II i..i.
man. un l.r the new LVn-tituti.'ii, can be del ar
ret! but for ignorance, insanity or crime. In
England, too, the same principles of equality
and freedom are t-tirring tip the nation, and must
soon triumph over the superannuated aristocracy
and dccpoth-ni, which have been inherited from
the middle agvs. The o.r, loyal and hard
working Englishman. wh(is only sin is that he
was born poor, will then, like the Prussian and
the American, he elevated to the positi.n of a
han, and permitted to j-haro in the waking of
the laws that govern him.
We turn with shame to Hawaii nei. It is the
only country in the world where freed mi has
J , , , , , , r
progressed oaiktcards, where the principles of
Constitution. Hut even here tlie princit les
r ,,. , . , ...
of I.igbt and J tistice, which are reVolutlonimg
--rope and America, must one day be reeogniz-
rd. 1 lesis .tisiii is ol l oaed to the Ktcmal laws of
... , , . . , ...
sf, and 1:1 iuo time must yield to th.-ir .w.ay.
Nr An.i riciiii M.'u!d lj asi.atiii-d !ii Puri
tan bhaj, if it flows in his Viii.s, a;i 1 he who
cm trace hi- anci.-rry to the I'iigriin- f the
" y.uhfi'if. r," ban a rouder I; ri:.i-.-than any
titled nubii iiian. 'lhe iiatiun lli.it in destined to
be the greatest in tiie world, in numls-rs, in
wealth ami in all that goes to make a nation
great and powerful the principles that are to
mould and shaje? every nationality to confirm
with it in equaliry and fn-edoii. that nation
nnd thoM- j.rineijK-s he may evr le proud of.
Ifie tre.; of ireedwia that was lanti 'l ry I ly-
mouth Iloi.k, will ttrow and tIourih. till its
branches overshadow the Old World and the
i.-laLvis of the sea
I-atIi 1" t'ajit. Itt-iiJ. I". Hnow.
r;u ! i . ."To rT n v-v ,;ri'
ith the closing eeeiies of the vesir loo a
gloom has been thrown over our community in
rho rl.-ith r.f one ot our oldest and most re-srureted
foreign residents, whose name heads this article,
i For more than forty years he had been connected
with the Sandwich Islands, having first visited
the group in l?2o, in the brig Arfirt , of which
vessel he was second mate. One year later he
came here in the brig (iriffiii, with Captain M.
. Green, now of the chip 1 i'ani, who was then
master of the brig, and only four years his
senior. By a singular chance Captain tlreen is
' now in port, and had the mournful duty assign
ed him of accompanying the remains of his
..,.l.r..l ,.flT.oe r.f 1S'f'. oa r.-i 1 l.h, .n roe rl.o
3 ... ' ,
crave. JMnce that year Captain bnow made
e J i
: frequent voyng-p. as master, to the-e Islands
and to the Northwest Coast, and some who are
'. now residing here came out as passengers with
In 1S4S he removed with his family to Hoiio-
; lulu, and engaged m business as nn importing
- and coiinni.-.-ioii merchant, though for the la.-t
! three or four years he was engaged in closing up
this affair-1. 1 hiring his active sea-faring and
' mercantile life he had accumulated a handsome
competency, a jH.rtion of which has been swept
1 Francisco, which
e had an influence
a citizen Captain
j away by st recent failure in San
j occurrence is suppmed to have
i t lii.ornInrr liial d.Mltli Aa n
Snow long enjoyed the highest respect or all i lr'-nj!i " not, encourag.Hl thc pub- , If tllIs luteting shall sanction the pro-
I this-s in this community. He was for years an I ''Cat"jn f ftat,'mo nt an'1 your pos,(l wle, as preliminary to the purchase of the
! active member of the Fire Detriment, and few j "rn ''"f and a,'rJi,,1 : 1111,1 wbtn a cle!lr dl'fi nic i new site, I feel the-utmost confidence, from all I
who heard bis touching and l.sii.fv remarks at j ' 'U;lde' UP a Fltoous mon a -vour oay i have heard in my peregrinations, that we shall
the spread given by t bo Hooks on the fourth of ! re8Pnw!- "n J"u to treat Hawaiians j abie to rurci10jM5f cultivate, plant and
I July last, can ever forget him or the interest he i a8 ut'n' wI,en ?ou a,dtf tliu roI of Hiticuns Pliri,0rt it, eo as to render it not only suitable as
! took in their Det-artment. As a loyal American, j and aH,UB,e t" character of statesmen, when an esp).rimental and nursery garden, as origin
; durin- the recent rebellion as a noble r-cion of i yOU learn "nJ rract,ce ''e first T"inciples of j ally C(,nte,plated by the Society, but also a
! the Pilgrim Fathers, whom he revered and al- ! rrect S"niiv,.t, then, and not till then, will j ciiarnii,;;r an,i eily accessible retreat for our cit
Imost worshiped as a leader in every K0 ,j j there U-an ei.a to this bickering." ! izens from the scorched and dusty streets, as well
: causL-, his memory will long remain green and I II c,,l"0,, w u1' 1,1 "racc lor t,,a olFu ial oran t0 : aa an ornament to our city, which has long felt
! fresh. U,k a,MUt " tliH '"Tir.g." when it was estab- j anJ lulIK.ntoJ the alwnce of such a luxury, en-
I His funeral took phv.-e Trom his late residence, 1,!,,,ed for tnu vey 0,,JVct of atit.g bickering" , jov;!d hy almogt tfVery oter sjIllil;4, comniunitVf
iou Hotel street, on Thursday afternoon, and ' anJ n,osltn' anJ W,1C" lfs &ct has al- j a,;d whic.h Cinnot fai, to form un iinport:mt ele
I drew out a large concourse of citizens. The Fire was bec'" io "5 ihc p'l'ular hatred of a Min- j mvnt ;n the j.onerui ;mpresion of our progress
! Department turned out ia full force, five coin pa- who n''"licr have the resjHjetof each other nor towards a higher degree of civilization, which the
j nice being represented. IV-side.t largo numbers of the I,u,,hc- M hen the M"tera shall cease to ,,ogt of distinguished visitors alnnit to be landed
1 on foot, the procession had nearly fifty carriages U' the offending party, w hen they determine to : on our beach 8emi-monthly by thc new and splen-
! in it. Ilis remains were deposited in -suuanu
ere detailed in Nuuaiiu
CemetTy, lieside those of bis be-loved daughter,
w hose lovely character anl early death have bi?en
recalled vividly to many of her acquaintances by
the late scenes. From an address made by Her.
Mr. Damon, at the funeral, we havo been per
mitted to extract a few paragraphs, which will
be read with interest :
Ci.pl. benjamin F. Snow, whose remains lie be- j
fore us, was horn in tlie city of Ilostoii, Dec. 18.
1N)G. and hence bad iu.-t Passed his sixtieth birth-
day, when called away from the scenes of eig'.h. I the Executive Committee, for the purpose of tak- j cx officio, and empowering the Hoard of Immigra-
He. could trace his lineage li.r more than two .bun- j ing into considerat.on the expediency" or selling! tion and Agriculture to nominate another Di
dred vears. running back almost to tee iui--J'.g of i . . . "i - , . ... .,
the l'ib'riins on I'lviuoir.h lioek. Vv" 'irliest ! tlie 0,J garden j.reunses, preparatory to tlie pur- rector for the purpose of siiervising the national
I t hildliood he evinced a strong pr.-df.Vf Hon for a i chase of other land in lieu thereof. j interest in the prosperity of our Society, a eondi
: seafaring life. Wlitle in his youth he doubled Cape rr,. ai.A ,:,. ,.f h.ar .eonernl ini..l!mr 1 a: ,i.:..i. t r,.l t.i..f m. ,,ju.. ,.f
n- - , , -.
urn. and lor more than foriv vears lias been navi-
gating this ocean, or engaged in business most in-
tiiuately connected with the commerce of the 1'aci- ;
lie. A early as ISMi, he was chief officer with j
(apt. trreen. now commanding the lul'tnt. Iving ml
this port, while most however of his earl v'associ-
ates have passed away. Having passed through j called for the special purpose of considering and
all the phases of seafaring life it was his good for- ; J0ciding on the propriety and expediency of dis
tuire under the smiles of a kind Providence which i . ..... . ...
i he was ever ready to acknowledge to come forth i
i I 1.1 . 1 . l-.-a. -a. al..
aim tM-iiu? uown . nn'iciKiui ciij.iaui ij vnyty un
. i . . :i i i :.. i '
Naturally possessed of a vigorous and active mind, i that purpose, becauie or its too great distance from ; Justice, and resolved, nnn con, that the E.-eeu-he
had so lar improved his rough schooling on the ! town, and other eiuses. I feel, however, that i tive Committee is hereby authorized to carry out
sea and Ins intercourse among merehaiits. here and ' v r i r i . , . , . ,
elsewhere, that he had cnie- to be regarded as u , ome further explaration of the views and pro-: the suggestions contained m the report of said
man fully capable ot giving advice or making up J ceedings of the ofliters of your Society, is due to . Committee, submitted this day, in regard to the
a .correct'.leeision.in all matters pertaining to. pics- the present meetirg, and therefore I propose j Pile f the old garden lslonging to the Society,
lions of maiine insurance and coiiimereial transac- , . n . . . , . .. , , . , . , . " . .
tious. Perhaps there was no p.-ison in our com-!
; munity to whose opinion in questions of this ua- i
tin.-, our merchants and seafaring community
bowed with more deference. Since retiring from
active business his counsel has been often sought
and most cheerfully given.
Althnngb most uf his life has been spent far , vastly enhanced by .he eminently successful exer
! away fr.m lus native land, and the scenes of his : . ,
i voiith yet he never forgot the home of his child- ! tmns of Dr. Hillebcind, and as an experimental
j Iiood of the ll.ig under which he had sailed. He i and nursery garden and at the same time capa-
was a warni-iiearieu an. true American, .xo on- , Ue of partialy appropriated as a popular
Coold doubt this, who had witnessed his cordial i , i i tt
participation in all those scenes, when Americans resort for members ol the Society and their fami
i have been wont to call their country to remeiii- ; lies, it would be tolerably certain to command an
ibnince and yet he appreciated the privileges j amount of ,uhlic B,Iiportt the withdrawal of
' which Americans and foreigners generally, enjoyed : 1 "
s under the Hawaiian tfoverument." i wliifh caused the Seciety to fall into the state of
! On Wednesday noon, the Chamber of Com- ' comparative a!eyan.e in which it slumbered for
' mcrce convened and passed the following resolu-
' tious of condolence : ;
... . . .. . !
v HaaKKJa?, il nas i-itasiu .1 innnry ii, in nts Ainriiic 1 tot-
I'ifiicr. 10 nrni'Te irmn nur nun si w(iin iiriij tnnti r. snow,
who .luring a period of forty-one years has heel, conneii.-d
: wuh the c.miiieree of th-e Islands, and for eiKhttvn years has
; ien a resilient or thi city ; an.l who, l.y Ins uiiiiorm uri.imiy, ,
i a.nnnespi nesin, an.i me rrily oi cnaracter, nan en learcj
rimscil us an. a liereiore c II
Kraoi Tiat we d piy deplore the Mow which has r-faii.-n
i nsand .ur couimuuity ;and while we how with reverence to
. the will of Oan.ip.4eut Power, we eza'rieuce heartf.-lt sorrow yi
! lhe d.aih of one. who for so inuiy years has hi en our dail aaso-
, dale and Cotnianiou. and who enjoye.1, in s-j euiiueut a .1 -i;ree,
ihe rep.t .f a.i. at home and ahr.il.
I Kr.o.of. That in Capuin Snow w have alwny, round an
upright citizen, aud au enier.r!4ir. n.erehant. ever ready to
j s.-e..iid with h.s means and cainais eirry e..t.-rprie that mieht
a.l l to the pr.per:iv i t tliese Islamls, which he had cln.eu lor
I h.s I., me, and to which he was f..u.lly att.iche.1.
Hr'oi rd. That wed.ei.ly syuip..-.hize with the widow and
I chi!.lr-...ourdecease,lfr.ri.d. wl,.. have loa. a k:ud and all c-
t t.onalc buand and father, and we Under to them cur heart-
ft It aymiM.th:es.
j Aasuird, That the Secretary forward a copy rf t!ies. r-solu-
. lions (o ihe la reare.1 widow, and cauje the Siiine to be puhiiahed
' in the i-ai pK.rs.
i At a special meeting of the Honolulu Fire Ie-
partui.-nt. iiei'i in tlie Hall or Mechanic .o. j,
j Iht-ember l'Jih, 1m:;. the following resolutions
i were passe.1. and the Secretary instructed to have
j the same published in the local papers.
Seeing that it hath pleased Almiuhlr (ln.1. in Ilis infinite
: wi.l..m. to remove fr.n our midst our much loved friend, lien-
; '.ruTent-itir.sof l.onoiuh. Fire ,..
panuv-nt. t. ni m the .tecea-e of our L.te broth, r. Kng.neer
Snow, the lei.artmet.t Las lott a warm-l.earte.1 trieil. . tie of .
, i.s l.h-at tn.-mirs. and one m ho js er. r rea.ty to siat us in
I attli.ia: ai:h thc flames, in rehevinc our sick brother firemen,
ai.d in a ivamine the harmony of the l., rtiueut by eucur-
, apu. the .nterc..ure ..f .t mrmWr..
KrmnliKl, That the lire iHpartment by lis representatives
rvpe,-.fi;i:y ..(Ter their sympathy ami e..n.i..ience w.th the widow
' and family of .Hir loved and lamented frieu.1.
.Vtoni. that the ii.eu.lrs of the 1 1 . .i;.; al u Fir m part-
mrni mm ...ii in tun un.t. rm to pay the last sail trit.ute ot re--'
1-ect. iu asirauiiig the funeral of our brother fireman. Krttineer
A'nas. Tin-s. Onirc, sec'y Iitp't.
Ilnvvttllnit vVaiiu-s r tlio Iti- of
I In reply to an inquiry regarding the origin of
the Hawaiian names of the days of the week, a
' corre sTiondent senda the frilb-iwin-T ro.norl-a
The facts stated are not generally known, even
by those who have live.1 here many years. There
is another .juc-stion wliich we sheuld like to have
, investigated How did the natives divide time,
and what, names did they give to days and months
' prior to the arrival of foreigners in 177S?
; The Hawaiians have always reckoned time
( by j.o and not by ao or la. They never oaid,
; ao a.aht or la akahi The r.-ason of this is not
! kn0Wn !' maJ 1,ave '"" the night
: was more important to then than the day. they
.ma ii.ai wouia ihj J:-or.n:i. , n.'ua, ...-cMu; ,
: -'-.'' tuaan-i; i.eur x..t .t., oi ,,..
un la iiia tuutini.
. i.m,on more luuy the;
I.t uf tl '
the UTinii..iii.j!i i i !?. :.'.v.
The chhTs had t!u ir tnhus ;
J those n.ight
two or ti.rt-e d.'.v; and when t'
tabu was over, lhe til si day r.lter it w ould be
jnt-aLnhi, and ti-.eiust ; o-r.h:a; and so en until
the tenth, which was a-iuhu!u.
N.V the luL-s-i-jiiiiri-B br.'ught a great
Jehr.vahs tam, the Urd's day. Natur..lly
enoLigh, when the tabu ivns over, i. c. r.oa, the
Cr?t riiu d.iy would be ciill-d by the natives
po-al.ahi, according t their eustotu. 1 he natives
themselves gave these nanus to the days of the
week, the non-tabu davs. The missionaries had
nothing to do with making these designations. losed measure, ana wun w..icu jur , '" -i
So far from it, they have tried in vain to change pointed. 1 visited the 1 uiJ. and obtained a unan
these names. The natives cannot be persuaded imous verdict in favor of the measure. Xotiei-s
to sav Mouede, Tusede, Wenede, ie. lint whv
- ' ..
wish to Wring about a change ; It is well enough
as it is. When they become English, they will
j Sunday, Monday,
C'itii tJiort-1" n oiitl to tills Ilit'lc
The above jitiful iiejuiry is made by the Min
isters in their hist issue. There can 1-e no " end
to this bickering" so long as you publish a
jiiper, at t!ie public expense, to falsify the truth,
to slander your neighbors, to irritate the public, tion lists one for additional life members by Inv
alid create bickering" in a community natural- ing ;5.0 to the Society, and without any liability
ly dhposed to qt.ict and harmony. There can t to further annual contribution, and to which I
bo no end to such " bickering"' so long as a
; Ministry determine to trample on individual
1 . 1 .... l -: . ...:a.i..:
i i.i is, mm c.ii ii oi i'u uiiij ee. 1 1 1 uie'ii l 1.0 eu 1 1 uie. 1 , aoie to uoiioie, aim iiiioiner list 01 uiniiiiii pms-
' own narrow ideas. There can le no end to such ; K-ribers, paying 5 each annually, and to which
" bickering" so long as Ministers wi'l sit down ' I have ulready procured over one hundred and
j and indite to others who are willing to serve us pjvty signatures, and which I am equally confi
! their tools, what they dare not pen themselves. jellt Gf l;irg0ly increasing, as soon as it shall be
! There can lie no end U such bickering" when come known that the new1 garden is really decided
j every jietty oilie r holds himself in readiness to OIU Moreover, several persons who do not f.-il
j defend his master, right or wrong, as the late : disposed to contribute so much as .0, and ytt
issues ol the Uaztl- will attest.
You, Ministers of the Hawaiian Government,
by establishing nn organ of your own, dare men
i a"J cri:'tI0 Jour act5- tl,en w,,in-
1 !US,y,lJ5k: " Ca,: tilC're be IK e,"J this bicker-
I in"?" You 6'rS Sought to introduce religious
fipaafinila! ;.. 11. w.: .... , i.
"l T l"c I'u"--"--" sianuering organ,
; when they begin to act the .part of statesmen
then " this bickering' will cease.
lloyul Ilitwalliui A(cric;tiltnia1 '--oiety.
A general niee;ing of the inemJiers of the Koyal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society was held at the
Supreme Court House room on Tuesday, the 18th
t, .. i.,: , . r t a- r
I)'"1-" ,nsa"-. pursuance of a resolution of
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, ., . . , T ,7
,lllu OLLn rtau !lnu aj proveu, o . -uonigomery, me
President, read the following report :
(;ESTLE1IE5 : You will have perceived by the
. . . . , . , ,
notice convening this meeting, that it, has been
posing of the land heretofore occupied as the So-
I . 1 "
cieiv Ciirucn. wiiien iy iieariv uiianiuiourj con- .
hiW n lonSinC d-1:l-d n-itaM for
"r,t;uJr lu BU4lc w,,u' icy uave uo.ie i:i reiauou to
Tt has long been thc prevailing opinion that
;.. iri i- j - ,. .
! lf a lot f ,und ln d,e "uuiediatc vicinity of the
town, suitable for tlie collection of plants, now
the last eight years. Sj deeply was this opinion
impressed on myself, that in the early part of the :
,.e..o ....r 1 Vnlin...nr,i.l ulmrl,. Iniiwl.ul t,..w !
."vhi. jv.u., 1 tviMiv.vnu t.
st.. In tl-ia al... , S iT.rt .AMiiiinitir ..r. unl aTa.f
v" " v"" " " ""S 1
ar,d havinr waited ell and Conversed with about '
, , ,
inreo uuiiuieu k;is.is, uii.iosi. eer one oi noiu .
'.t ir.l .'tl
entirely approved of the suggestion, I becauie con- i
; TitfcJ that if a suitible h;Cality could lie found, !
; ' ,
' the resuscitation IIIK reconstruction of the Soci- i
ety on a broader bans tlian formerly, would be a ,
' IU;ltter of Comparatively little diiheulty. After a
careful search in evrv direction around the city,
I foUnd tiiat those h tS Oil iNUUaiiU Street, adjoin- ;
. . . . ;
"'S the town, and mmediatelv opposite the Kng-
JJ, Church, Were in tact the only available l.reili- i
: . .
i-cs in llllj respect Slitablc lor the J.UTJsiSO ; Ulld
, . !...:..,., : . , . i i i
that, although containing sm area less than could
be desired, yet that that defect was in a great ;
measure compeiisateu oy tiieir cios j roximity to
town, a matter, as I hink, of the m..st vital im- '
r,oruince, inasmuch is a garden so seated, will
be tty ecrt;li to induce very many residents
., -.i"i r
ot a Class Who Oo ne-. enjoy the iuxury Ot a ear- ;
"age, uud who cnsiitute the vast majority, to
JK'Come annual sulsc:ibers, and thus furnish that
. , .
indlsp'llsable Teeunu.ry support which the old
, - tl r -i l . l i .1
garden so signally laded to command. I then III-
duced His Kxccllency, the present Minister of the
Interior, and Hon. Justice IloIiertSon, (t J the cor- !
. . . , ., . r i i
dial co-oj'eration aiidviiiuable assistance ot both j
of whoui 1 have muck 1 -leisure in thus bearing
,, . r.
testimony,) to meet e on the premises, and after
a careful examinatioi , they both concurred with
me on the eligibility sf the hmd for the purpose
required. The Kxecitive Coinuiittce thereupon
solicitcl the same twj gentlemen to inquire and
ascertain whether the land could be purchased,
;in.J :it wli'ir iirie.. :.t:4 who afterwards retmrti-d
that the-y had procured an offer from the parties in
whom the title w:.s vested, to sell and convey it
to this Society f..r 4,i(j0 ratherahighprice.no
doubt, but very much below the sum demanded
in the Erst instance; i sum, however, which the
Executive Committee ixd confident of U-ing oble
to command, provid.-d this meeting shall approve
of their action, by aiuhorizing a sale of tlie old
garden and premises. Hut a very formidable ob- '
stuclo was fdUd to piesent itself, in the way of
discing ,.f the old ;arden at a full adequate
tiiroiigho.it the entire i n -th of the garden, which
ii. 7. i i". ... . i .....i .
0 ha e at.oth. r equ.ily convenient rj.il opened i
11 aiw La j wu. awui
lieu of it. tu; 1 f r whieii purpose th.y had s. v
trJ v ar a-o : i.rel.asi d a strip of land extend
ing nearly the entire kr.gth. but was stl p--d by
an old wo:n in who ownd a rm-.ill patch at t!;e
extreiniiy of the lir.o. who refused to sell ut any
mi!' ve that sori.'iis impediment, 1 vol-
un tee rid in list tct U'r to carry through the pro-
ceedings r. -qui red by the Statute to procure a
eotiij u;-'dv s.iie, ami iiaving wan. a im auu j-io-cured
the sig!i:Uures of fifty 'tdl-tax payers to a
petition to ilis Ihtctlleiiey, the Jlini.-ttr of the
Interior, to sanmi. :i a jury t go and inspect the
Tremises. andvei rt on the propriety of tbe pro-
were then justed lor claimants, and ai praisers ap-
, . . , .. .,, , .. ., , i
unuM, nu iuunmi f i u.uii..i;io .o. ...v. ...-
small h t, and which 1 h ive the pleasure to re
port, has been kindly paid by the Government ;
and I am now enabled to retort that we are in a
condition to sell and Convey the lands discharged
of that incumbrance, and without the cost of one
Cent to the Society.
Assuming as I candidly do, that the Society will
endorse and approve of the measure we have sug-
gested, I several months n'go opened two subscrip
have already procured twenty-two eulseribors.
(a numK-r which 1 feel vrettv confident of leing
.ii.A..i..ti. i .i.t:., ...
: desire to keep us along, have agreed to pay eev-
! erill vears annual subscription in advance.
; q-fius fortified, I did not hesitate to recommend
to the Executive Committee to ask the Society for
j p,wer to sen the old garden, and the f. resent
mo,.ting is the result .if their resolution to that
. . .... .
i diil ,j of c:trrv awav witI,
them to the uttermost parts of the earth.
It is my further pleasing duty to report that
the Board of Immigration and Agriculture at a
late meeting, passed a resolution appropriating
$1,000 of the funds at its disposal to our Society
towards the purchase of the new site for the gar
den, on condition that a Charter of Incorporation
should lie obtained, w hich should contain a clause
constituting the Minister of the Interior a Director
11.111 V.111V II I I ' V i .in...... .it . . . . . i . i . . . . . ' I'm
. . . .
Society will gladly aceede to.
An animated debate then took place on thcsuli
ject of selling the old garden and purchasing the
proposed new site, in which the Ministers of the
Interior and Foreign Relations, the Chief Justice,
Dr. Ilillebrand, Mr. Castle, the President and
others took part.
It was moved by His Excellency the Minister
of Foreign Relations, and seconded by the Chief
preparatory to the purchase ot otl.er lands in
There lieing no other business before the meet
ing, it was adjourned sine die.
lilt. K F.X.N K!Y.
Plijsiciaii. Snrgeoti ami Atronrlictir.
Fort Pt, np,(iiti' C. K. Williams-Furniture Warrrontns. b72 ly
voticf. is tii:ki:i;v uivkx that Mm.
V A. W. A LLF.N will pive a K It K K I.K I l KK to the
Pef.jileof Honolulu, on 'I' It 11 radii t P.vi-uiiii: next. Ilrr,
27. at 'i oVl. k. in the lrcture ll.H.m of rort street C'l.urrli,
on the suhject f W O.MAN.
The l'nhlic :.re respectfully invite.!. It
Cook's Memorial Fund.
41 JIKKHMi UrilllIM IIMillHKRSTO
j tt, ,r,
lostil M'iiuin-i.l -r Lii:litl!ii.sf t't In r ct,l to
lh' IH' lllHrV -f I t ;i I tl iH'k. W'li If h-M at t!ie iit!.('t- of the
un.l. rS,ti..".l .1. (ireen .V C...' I .... 1, 1. , at 11 o'cl.;i:
A. M., on Mo.i.lar nrxl. lhe tilllt at -I.
JAMKS II. WoOKllot'sK
Office of II. B. M. ommisioiier and Consul tit neta
IIoii..!.-.lu, ;ec.:n;ler ij'l. Is.G.
TIIF " ST. JOll.V PRF.MISF.S." A I-
joinii.i; the resid.-iire of J. l.n Montgomery. Fc(. The
.VUsw House roi.lains live rooms, Cook 11 .use, Ac. Water
lai.l on fr il.. the iov.-rnm.-iit piie.
There are a t.umi er ..f n.:ii.i.-'i an, I other fruit trees io l.-'.-irinp
ou lhe itrounds, ah.cli coi taiu ..voaii Mire.
K--nl of above $iS (.er moiiiii.
Si- .'!t Apply to A. a. ci.k;iik.
SALE OF PEWS.
'B1IIF. AXXI'AI. S. I.K OF SL.I I'S IX TIIK
M. Four ST. C11L I4CII. iil he neld on
Koilday Evening, Dec. 31st, at the Church,
At 7 OVi-ck.
l'KK OKHKK OF TRl'STKKS.
THIS SATURDAY EVENING!
Iecember ii'i, nt T O'Clotk,
AT SILKS ROOM OF II. W.SKVF.ItAXCK,
.1 CIIO ICE I AlilKTV Vi
Toys, Ricli, Fancy and Drt"s (.ooris!
China Goods, Silver ware,
T . , ,
Linen and Silk Goods, &.C., 5k.c.
XDolls, Perfumery !
(H2ist:.ias ou .m:w ikaun ruriivTs.
II. YV. sKVKKANCP, Auetio,,...
To bo Sold by Vncti on
t tue s:a'.,.g K0oll1 f. s,.v,. ranee
TuodilJ", I5lll liiy of January !
At H nTi.k, a. m.,
AH thai troet of Laud hi y-un i XulU ;, caUol
Ar.l f.r the last nine c,t.stiu,u,1!? th-
,;:,rdeu f the Uoval Han.UaD Asrlrultural Sorietv.
, , ,
X a mr,
d .iat.t.-.l with a lar'.-.-Lecii-a ..f vv,....-
?.rr:'M":1.:Vr.u' ?' .a,M "'T R'l:"irHl !' K'l .f." .H.sl.'l'J:,r.a
""""''"" ".a,w Hl,.iut
II.-niM. Ihl ;.,, M.eeli,- o. the rustees
oftl.eOt.-eaV Ib.s,-:ntl. we .cam. was held ...i. i.:g
tV past we.k. at wl hh an ir.fon::al app.K-atioii
was made to - bt ..hi fi'-'tn th- Tr.tees some propo--.ioii
or oiler upon wliat tcrius sich American s.vt
,..,. would be aJmiue.l and provided for. Tee
Tru-tees took thc ground that iVy had no other
te.u s io proiu.se than thos. which are now o!le.ed
to Great Uritain. i ranee. Kusi... and other nations
., !.;,), ..;.. v the ben-tils ol the Hospital. ios .!.
ri-lit and proper
Tie Trilslee- prelum. nave
no: iore-otieii t!;e cav:
;!i-r manner in wlueii tn.-v
were treated, some years sine,
the authorities at W.ishin.-roli
l.y I'r. Jaixley and
Hr. I'.axley eame
-e of examining into t!ie
1, ...... "..- t',. vnress I 1111
,... ., it.. :,n,l 'conduct of the American Hospital.
t l:U oeci .l re.iii.-st and apniieaiiou. a care
estimate was made lv the Tru.-iees of lhe cost of
I supporting seamen at the Cji.ecnV Hospital, and
: the terms on whhh American seamen w oul d be
provided for. were sent to Washington : but a bid
,,f ,.,..,-.), less per .hem was put in by somebody
-ie. and the whole iillair was allowed to have the
-..J,. Had the i.rotuydiioii of the Trustees been
'accepted, at least 1 ...M th.- salary of the phy- ( f-;.7 o,7..ir 1hc -1. .1. IMrSJ.je with dl
, sician would have been saved to the American j For freight nr wsage apply to '
llow many rei-f of tliouums more.
: ATii.innt nf ooninioii sense to point out me im m
. . . il . 1 ...A
we cannot say. The time has come, wo stiou . ; Jl-j-.jg J.liri lS1CUet
suppose, when the American -Government would . . "t-1M
look at the vunury " "ol ,,!l I"'!ir"-"1 ; v U
of this Consulate. It requires only a moderate j 5 A ili V B, A ug SCO 1
course to pursue in this matter. en.i uie sieiv ... : r- rl .
the Queens Hospital, as lhitish aid other seamen JS. jNXlltOll .IzSaclo-pJ
are sent, pitying the ordinary charges, and the ; mu.i.kk. Cmmander. & 1
fiond t!it sick to ;
i tl,;,.M-r.. I....l men lo the bailors llOllli'. lieu 111 ".t e .,,. ,,. .iiiairn ir the ,T1!
that is done, the American Government w ill be the ! frei,tu -r ,.i.s.,Ke, having superior -ccou,moua,iw,.ti
gaiii.-r to tlie amount 01 iiu'iisanos 01 ,1. ......... a....- , fi5
is the method pursued by other Consulates, and is
i the only proper course. Although the Queen's
i Hosj.ital was erected mainly for Hawaiians. such
j alterations as shall be required to accommodate
I the fifty or one hundred American seamen which
j are often on the sick list, can be readily made.
J The premises are ample and the Trustees possess
j abundant means for this purpose.
Tub Ivnrrv7.i. This enidemic has entirely
j r,;l.Sed away, after having run its course through- j
! ot the group, attacking! more or less severely,
nearly every one. We learn from one of the pas-
- i . ii,., i.fni'v
lK"fo J FOR
! one on board captain, passengers and crew T f C n V i
j had it, some two weeks before coming into port. SAll aT iAi llJiyO,
i This occurred when the bark was a thousand The A i"ciipper Bark '
j miles or more from this port, and about the same I .
time that it prevailed here; and it would appear j - O 1 1 Cl QfV-
j to settle the question that it is conveyed in some j ia5i. llK.Ml'STLAl), ComtnaDdf i l
I wav ill the atmosphere, brought probably from the j Will Lave ilii ut. li for the above port. For frVithi..'
! equator, or the warm latitudes south of this. On
I Hawaii, it prevailed more severely in certain !
i ealities. generally those on the southern sides,
j On the lee side or all each of the islands it seems
! to have been severest. The influenza hns prevailed
as extensively through this group several times
i during the last twenty years. In July l.rS it
I attacked almost every one. Stores were closed
here in Honolulu, and business of every kind was
j for a few weeks at a standstill. The Ailrerti.srr
I of Jul v 23 of that vear says: "Such n week as
j the past, visits Honolulu only once
I vears. The epidemic, which is only the
j lfii rorotf lull, lias visue.i ne-iriy rveiy iioi.se.
i Stores have been closed, auctions postponed, and
... ... , ... , i t ...
a stillness pervades the town as though each day
were a Sabbath."
Mi-mps. We have heard uf one or two instances
of this disease in town, both of children and adults.
It is accompanied with a low fever, heaviness of
the head and nausea. Mumps and influenza arc
diseases of a similar type, and prevail sometimes
I together in districts alVe. ted bv either.
1 LI, TIIF. Sll Alt KIIOLDKRS OF PACIFIC
PI.ANT.VI'ION t'oMl'ANY are esiei.iily requesled to
nlten.l a Siei i;il Mertinp. lis called, of the nliove ('oinp.my , at
the tifli-e of lion .lul a Iron Works, ou the olst day of Ix ceu.lier,
ut 1 ii Cl.xk, P. M.
&5J 2t J. TIIKI'I'P. Sccn'tary
N O TIC E !
TT O 3 jST cfc Ar OSS
,irH'I.I MOST RESPFlTI't'lbV AX-
V noniire to II. ails of Families and the Tuliliciii general
that they will have
On llrmtl on Clir-isiinns Evo !
A l.irpe Assortment of
PR! IT, rillM), JKIJA AMM UKIM ( AKKS!
' Various size, nH of aliicli are mmle of the l.et material.
! ALSO, A VA1I1 MTY OF SFG.Ml TOYS,
j Manufactured on the I'l-eniise.. It
i THE FAMILY LETTEH SCALE.
i JlOtt WKIf-IIIXfi I.KTTKHS SIMPLE.
' B t h. ftp mid c rreet. Irir-,
I 55! 1m For Sale l.y II. M. W HITNEY.
i rOM'fl.ATKII TO SCIIRK FHOM ISO'
l TO SC
eit. 1't C
For Sale hy
CLO to ill) Fahrenheit. 7 . t rills t I . rnrli.
Eurol.a Hold and Restaurant!
' S. A. LOI.LEli, PnorRiF.Tt.R,
IVOn.D RKSI'KCTf'II.I.V lAOKM
y Ins friends mid the public that ! i fully prepared tn
rarry on 1'iis l.iis-ness on the most approve ! style, and respect
fully solicit., a share, of patronage.
OFKX DAY AXI) XH.'IITI
Neatly Furui.-hed Rooms to let ujioii reasonable
' niIIF. t'XDF.KSIf; XEII, At.FXTS FOR Till!
i M Hhipmoni of Foreipn Seamen, hereby ifive notice that they
i are in want of an obseure, illiterate and .l.ssipale.l llio.r lo
! ship and proceed North, with a pair of lleport. rs of the 1'unahy
stamp, to take note .if the siphts and scenes, in the Arctic Ocan,
j where there will l plenty of slops R-rved out in li.-u of rum.
; If we cannot procure the above niecifi.'d mn, we will ship
' solier -Knien to supply the defjeieiiry. This advertisement to
remain in print till the clos-e of the Spring Season.
; Apply at thc Ullice of
MARK1I A M J.KWI5.
Or G. WILLI s MS,
.52 2x Licensed Miippinfr Apenls
< TIIK 5rOIa,15AraS.
J A II FS A M (i KXTLEMKX YOI XfJ
A and old rich and poor,
IN SEARCH OF NOVELTIES!
For the E.oli.IavK,
An Assortment Now Opening!
r'.uis, i.oMxix ami m:w vork,
Cttnximting in part of
OTFT I'.IOKS. of evi ry desirable style, size and price, in
clu t;.ie rich U-nn l p.lt edpe Morocco and oth. r bln.lin
oinoriB them works on .Wry, Love, Music, Romance, R. i
licion, Jtc. j
; JCVKNII.K HOOKS The finest and most varied collection !
of i iitertaiiiir ir Juveniles ev. r o.T. red here.
CHII.l.Kh.VS Col.ORKl) TOY LOOKS, cloth and paper. !
VII.r.MillAPIl A Lilt MS Incluilip all the latest styles, i
richly bound and ornamented with painted and cml.nss.-d r,lir.-! i
l-.Kket Albums. The ass. rtment is unequalled in variety and
s . a (k-' s- .-aa...- !
iti-. i rn-r- from -1 i. .
i-iiOTooKAi iis,tQii SiZe, ,,ain Htlti cllorC(1) suita,,,e ,,jT J ( hHdmi's Tov C atU and Wagons a large
nuing. A variety id Frames also unhand. " .,j
fraiuing. A variety id Frames also on hand. I " '
I f a, a f at.ll ..II Ja STiI
CAUTKs IiE V ItlTK, a cli. lion of t.ver 1 Or.0
i I'KANO'ri COLOUKI. CAKI.s, represeiiiiuir j:r.,, ,!r.
, Kloa-crs, Autumn Loaves. &c.. 6c. The same in All.ums ' i
! ,i,JLU PKSS AN1' 1KNC,L Ks. " la-roy Kail.iW. !
. nrfitrlla.1 n.-.t u Tl w. ..
' "'"" as'Ufimeiil embraces Cilins for la.tiea
ai.d p. n.Uu.en
, KN'illA VIMiS AND FUAMF.D PICTLU-a choice col
, lect.on of plain and colored. Also, pit.,llre Fr.i.nt-. and ;;1s,
i UOXKi OF TOY A LI'U A BKTS, I.,s,.cted Maps, ic, Kc. '
j 1 RANsl'ARKNT SLATKS for draa'iti, kc.
t PAINT P.O.Etf,..f various s;zs and nualily.
1IK.-S MEN AND HOARDS
; LADIES' PORTFOLIOS and TraveLus Wtllins c
PF.RSOXS IX SKARCH OF
I'scful, Durable Ar.iclfs far (.iHs, ;
V ILL In) WELL TO j
T7 7 m 1 1 a Ti a A -..- tiafM A..i .i ib si !
"MU uncut u.t me bookstore of
' -C3 t g
t Tlir Itnxrni.itia Srkosar, r 5
i l -1 . 1 -. Tens per i
V..r . ii-icu!:irs a i ly to O'ltJ ;
a-s-j. The I'lipperlhirk ' J '
V. V. Tldiic-ir
M. A. A 11 HOT T, Cotuoinmlcr. .1
ir;: ..I-.- " i;fit', fur atniwt ' ':
For (n-ight or Passage apply to ',
ISoKiIasr Iip:ifch T;1
.-.,. The Kiue Prig ,
Wool), A ; r
JU '- (
.-slat. " .1- A.. .TY.. T ' t in f Itt.fas-r t..s W
., n-i . ; uuu.iir 01 'Mvufvo,un.,) 10
ft... a a. ..." : .... ... .V
ar-a. J "l nun-ncaii iiiper ship 1 ?i
'zsz Golden lleecef
1.U5 Tons lie): inter.
Is soon rxK-L'ti-J from ?ati Francisco and will be latmriA)
despatched for lioiickong. 1'
For freight or passage aj'j ly to ' CT
n a!T-, - B1 9 a .
cry one. i i learn mmi mi.- m , la.iWs.klJiH AalCBtOI lis
I... i,o i J h'l.lrl.hie that almoFt everv - '
ll o,o pupiuur uivoiiio.fH.ai.ons lor cabin and w -
cabin and a.
! api.ly lo
For Vic.oB'is., V. I. ;
T!ie A 1 liritlsh j J
L0UU0N, Master. i
II'iVZ h'lt f QuUk IHspatrh or 0,e abort pf.'-i
For freight or paifsnpe apply to j . a t
647 VVAI.KKIt, ALLK.V Ca,tm,; I
ill several j JD SAS ITO AWClSCl
he influenza, i
l lie A 1 iNorwepian ltArkentine r;
tJLS Formica! :
C. TIJOKSF.N, Master. ; Tl
Will hare Quick Dispatch r He aljovt ;w. '
Fur Freight or Tassnife apply to . ll
II. HACKfr.LD u i
FOR SALE ! '
IT TIIF. IIOXOLUHI 1UO.V WOti i
Best Cumberland Elacksmiths' Cosl V
OF VARIOUS SI7.RS A M M'.EST MAgf"
topoth. r with
L-lier I'rtsa Dnoks. trnli , V
Oil Sheets, Blotting Paper, e., kc
643 2m For Pale l.y II. M. WIIITVE ! ft
B Noik-e that nr. tl. I'. jriI having taken the V
I'liyxieian to the I". S. Marine Hospital, lately filld k
rono, in nave ins oiin-e at the Drugstore of lht aialaj.
t-orn. r of Merchant and Fort streets, and lie ia aUrodasj.-'
eoiihiillatioii, mlv ire and prrscriptioi s. .
-' W. IL RICn AC
C. .E. WILLIAMS la
liKCS LKAVE TO X5M thi
. i ...
itims of I1m: '
AND f -
tdjarrnt I.du4 An,
He has II"cw on Hand and Offers fai
nn: LAucixr ad bkst assoutmfatw
Ever Jfrerel in this Market,
Most of which Laa been received
Per Hecent Arrivals from Ecston an
Among which may be found the following most de
tides : t
Kasy Oiairs. Lanr" Arm Roekin? Chairs. -JJ V
Walnut ChiuiilKr Si ts, with full Marbles.
Sofas, Parlor 'bails. Marble Top Centre Tables.
l.arye variety Fainted CliHinber bets nianientfA ,1
I.ress liureaus, full marble tops. lVw
I'ress liureaus, half marble tops.
riain Lr. ss Hureati. ,V'-'
Marble Top Sidel.oiir.ls of Rtaiwood, Oak odwJ
Walnut Side Tal.Iis, Marble T' ps. h
Walnut, Mahogany. Koa awl Cherry Centre TsU 5 ,
t i . l. i. .. l.:.naia- 'it.
rn. iiiii new unu sic.niu nur.il iiosewuou a
Walnut side enclos-d hatii'its.
l.r.;.; assortiuent of Itraekets.
Wali.ra Card stat..ls. Host wood Piano Stools.
lirge 8ii shelf Whtitnots new pattern.
Card find Whlt Tables, T wel llncks.
Mahoeany ami V aln.it Serr-lari.s.
Kosewoo.1 rr't Cal.terbiuys. Il
tittomansof ltosew.sl, M ahnpany and Wains
Hilde stands, wilb Colore.1 Marbles. .
M il.oiM.iy and V alnut siocini.' 1'li.ck CraulfS. j
Twelve feet Dininjr and Kxt. u.e.n Tables. 1 av
Lasting, Damask, Leather Cloth, &
Cane Rack Library Rotary Chair9.
Ia.kit.ir tiiasses and liokin? Olass Plate. '
I'.ureaa Wa-bstamis. 7inc llne. Wssh'tsnds. i
T..wrl-en.l. Cott a ire and l.'oti.inon V ssbslso- f-
Pailor Desks, Square and Oval Counter su'-
l.i. lies' Dinina t hairs, of Walnut, Oak and UB-
ak Arm ( hairs u variety of patterns.
Folding .'hairs, for traveling. -
Astor. lirecian anl I 'on. mop Wood Chairs.
ne Seat find Hack Arm Rockers sm! Nurse" ,
Mioses and Children's Cane sVat Chairs. f, ?jit
Children's Carriages, Willow Cat and V " :
,. .' aen
rilOTOORAPils. fmme.l in ',,,,,, UltaUie I0r Iflf liuoua.'- -ciir
uitauie ior me iioiiaa.sa
! Gilt Mouldings and Large Sized 0 r
A lart"? Aaaoltmeat,
Thines.; Pels Tea a-vs. afrstJl
Mahotrany, Walnt.'.'. Oak and Fine, Oval, SKT
Square Teapovs. '
Toilette tilat-si-a. lin a'-fa-t Tables.
li.Mk Ca-s. l-s. s Pigeon ll-.bs.
Children's Hie.li Chillis and llaby Jumpers.
Window Curtains and Coitaio
A large Assortment.
Wnlnut. Oak and Mahogany Hat Trrl.
W alnut I'mbrella Stands.
Children's Kasket Chairs. Knife Basket.
Hair, .Moss. Excelsior, Pulu. Feathers xA " w
and Pillows, sprii.ff Mattresses. 4
Comm.-ds i. .r the Men riwm.
Kitchen Tables. Chinese Ann Chair. As.
Wiiiuw Sofas, Chinese tetter, A.C.. t
IMtn-t? Cull and Kwlf' 61
. 050 3ui
II. M. WIIITXKV.
e.-j- Trii v' .r!--'