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"STKKTVtcaBcxi."ThtolatriUoUlMinr.hich. ' Cam'"7t'J nd tbe oU waa at Eu Johns!
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saora iniiuul as it grows Mrv. It conveys a
worU alrg. W have acmetimes thofvht, aaja an
srkang. that ooa c the snoat oaefal bouka that coaUl be
writun wo '4 jrlTir.j 4a account of the n.erbas an l
a4 versa arawoa ia a me of the In'linir branches of busioeaa la
u. , p. luinj ur tunj jrars .o nasiiM-sa ia uni-
",:y aco-rrul. Tovre are times arhea the prosperuts mer
chant has to ttrojrgte with all bis migt Co make his bojinevs a
bm woe. It Is a eriaia with him. lie strcgxles on and when '
the Jar.rr U aat. he arts taU a; aio on tbe sea of roarrity.
The IriaU through a-hkh he passed are severe but valuable
Insnajs to hiss, ami be will not readily be lullot into aecorit
when aaother wuxm ia approaching. The history of the neT i
chant is lln hutory of every occupation, and especially that of 1
the f..rm r aaj planter. A man has a farm; he Liburs har l la
fcnproreU; he .Iigs out roe, makes stooe waU, dig drains,
seta oat fruit Uvea, ami n pairs his boiMings. All this requires !
CipratlHare. TI receives nothing fur 00c, two or eveo fire '
years ia retaro. becomea iroilirnt and Sells oat to some one j
who will be shrewd ewjogh to Uke advantage f,f tR improve. '
aseots by waiting a little while. Ilid yea ever aee a man row- i
in op stream f lie polls away at his war, but many of his
Strokes srrm aschrss, nererthcless he ri.ws vu until there is a
slack ia the correal of water, and a single stroke cf the oar
poshes U'um ahead. Such is human life. In order to succeed
in any plaa io life, fur-rsight is necessary. Plans should be
bid at the tiwe tur a single day, for a year arl U a hfci-me,
ail of which should U!ly with each other aa far as pnaible. '
Should the plana of a day fail they will not anVct lliose of a j
year, and should the year prove unfavorable to his plans, he '
will not be broken op in bis life plans. The man who starts a !
farm or plantation, begin a work r life. lie does not antici-
pat a rctura at ooce. but ia due time, if be is patient. Ue will ;
find his investment returned to him with iutereal. 11 is tiera- !
tioo is la tict precisely like that of laying up money in the
haak, or putting it at iuterejt to be received back at iue future j
This tendency l ehanging tuslness arista frota a disposition ;
a the part of m ny people to borrow trouble. It is an i.td j
proverb, that propie who have no tmubhs of their own will
borrow then. Peop'e desirous of changing their business !
shout J var ia wiial another proverb, that Three nvvcs are !
as bail as a are." It Is dangtroua business for any oue. Ill ;
health may be aa excuse for a change of situation, bat when a !
saaa has a goad chance to establish a bosiness, he runs a great !
risk whv makes a change. This Is especially true to a man j
somewhat ad ranee. I in ysvs. Kven a change to the nearest j
neighborhood, will be so great that while he In broken up all
LiaAl and pleasant aajocuttons, he will find it impouihle to j
Suras new and pleasant one. Never forget that a rolling '
stone gathers no moss." j
We arc unable as yet to report tbe arrival of the steamship
Coarodo, t-'e pioneer of I lie China Line, but we still think she j T
UI oa along. A report was current a day or two since that
if compelled to touch here, it would be merely to land mails I
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thtt'ZZ'Jt 0n 9Uy r 1 1" 11 Ti . 'entered. The other criminal case, m whicuJ. I..
kZ?."'2. J???'" i. ;,ne Tlr. IK,nS' an'1' ,,,"8,M,,n l,,e inTie iiinsham e.terdav. At the hea.l ..f "h n.wi !r,nf? blush of frl.ame to all true Ilawanans. . . ... :,,: s nt,.t t rat,e. on a
f J'".or thC W" --:irn.V.-jsasurPnsi!Iir 1Iiamy. i The tluv will cine, and we Leliere it is not far : , "forV,xt Wednlfir. the
, and other out-lH.iM,ng, The Afar Mys - we have scr.undreis ! lld tbtf foundation etolie of equal IlUUian rights. Lntlht Ca.-e 11 is ihe IIIilliIKhi:;.' courage . Lown i ,litnr .vir..l on.l ' n-- !.
oourmHisi who are endeavoring to burn up the town." v .1 t ., .. t - . r f 1 1 ; uuriiiff twentv veils t f ci.iii'i.-t ul.i.ti in.,'.. !.;. .;.. .1 i.r SOIicr having Utn'a aiTfligm-u ii-miuui .uw....i.s
'""'" ; f'VCr 6mC!' thr'US'10Ut thC. ,Uatr. f nS,and' ! . leader o.jle o.0o) and l now , h s that UM th P-the Conrti- j K.a(ieJ pliItT (otll, fha.-e. Mr. Jone,
T.be.,. .nil refir. .ui sooi 7u Tcomme.ie.i . TthT North ' " 7 - " - , ; t..er great .iiwiiiirt an ojijiurt-iuiiy for wid-r .ie- ; ol Oo will wislt to draw ttie veil oi o-- for tlie vrisowT. The ball was fixed by the Court j
rtnarr, wbich has been leased lor a terms of years by the Principle Of equat riius nnu tiern oppufition to . .. tiiaii t. ejr lave e yvl Lad. iei SO UU- liVi.,n ovtr their cts. and. l.i.Jm.e their diiuin- ! ... . '
ir-th, winter, work -in be r.rri-., on cpo,. a marine j tjrann-. alwav underljin- the social ,rface of ; oi 'li' S iipnTa t1leex" t'i fcL ilik oburity. Ex- -fife Civil Calendar v,nS rather large, le.t so far
rt...y. -hash will, ii . hoped, b in op-ratS.-. by spring. i the Lrttish I le.and occasionally arouMng to , order of thin-- can ever be .,v..ri.r.,wn "tf H : celor ' is th :.tehw..r.l mi...,., , the nations. !... r..11.. m.. onlv have been reached :
harrei. o? m.ck'e'r.i l (Siili' ZZ.? it ! ehwW ita -trt-ngtli by decapitatin- or dersin2 a ! Linl 'f revehuion makes ret.ide hold their breaths, i Ortee ei.,WL-,.,l ,l nZ m. tho:.-!. V TW.ilno Walker. Allen & Co.-Bala
lie court u.et ; iSess2aj li?rrr?
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of the island
Sit i pa .Mails.
Fob Sis Fbsscthto per Milton Dtulgrr, this day.
For IVidwd I'oBTi fier KiUut-n, on Mon.iay.
PORT OF HOIJOLTJIiU, E. I.
S Ptrr.r Kiuinea, MdtSreor. from Ijihaiiia.
a J-chr Ka Mot, Willior, from Kahului.
6 Khr Malolo, milb. frin Kauai.
8 Schr Kalama. -Mnkalii, from Koloa.
7 Scl.r .Nettie Men ill, Kiuney, from Koloa.
1 sch Kate Lee. Fountain, from Maui.
Am h bark Aurora, Aveline, 31 days from San
7 Schr .Manilla, from Hawaii.
8 :hr Helen, UaliUtier, fri Maliko.
hr Mary Ellen. West, from Maui.
8 11. H. M.'s steam ship .f wat Mntine, 17 guns, Com.
tfinluni, TI days from Tahiti.
S ?otir Mary, Nika, from Kauai.
9 Kris Akrt, Alibot. 28 days from San Francisco.
ID Schr Warwick, from Molokai.
10 ichr Kohala, Howard, fr.m Ki.hi.la.
10 N;hr Active. Cluney, from K-hala and Ililo.
10 Am baik Ettiaa Allen, Snow, 'il days from San
(10 Am bark Camden, Mitchell, from Puget Sound.
11 rWr Alberni, liri'-ea, from Kawaihae.
1111 B M's S Clio, -r days fm Victoria, Vancouver's Is.
5 Xorwr-K'ian hrig Formica, Thomen. for San Francisco.
6 i:br Oili Fellv-, Cluney, f..r Ililo.
7 Am bark A. A. tll.lriilire, Abhotu for San Francisco.
7 S'u-am.r Kiluuea. McUrefror, for Windward Purls.
7 A-hr KaLnna, Makahi, for Kauai.
7 N:hr Malolo. Smith, for Kauai.
8 hchr Ka Moi, Wilbur, fnr Molokai.
7 Schr Kohala. Howard, for Kohala.
10 Sfchr Mary Kllen, West, for Waih.
10 Schr Kale Lee, Fountain, for Lahaina and Mkee's
10 Hawaiian lrk Lono. Howard, for Victoria.
10 Itussi.in bark Kamachatka, fr lyniUon and Cror.bta.lt.
1 1 s'chr Hrien, BaUmtier, lor Maui.
II schr Warwick, for Molokai.
11 Schr Vette, Johnson, f.r Kauai.
and paaseogers, and that she would not come inside the barb.. I ,Svtu S aaacisco per Alert, J:.n 92 pk ts lguinif.
i . j
This ia auic likely to prove the case, though we may here state
that nearly i AMO worth of freight is ready for her, with three
cabia and twenty to thirty Chinese steerage passengers, besides
others of whom we may not have learned. Tbe while freight
ami passage mooey now -siting would not probably be less
than $3000. and Mr. Changbooo informs us that a detention
of not over eight hoars woaki be required to get the freight and
passengers on board. We have been particular to make in
quiries, la order that a correct statement may go forward in
case ih ship does not come In.
Tbe principal event of the week has been the stoppage of the
bi.ase of Walker, A Urn If Co. Judgment having been ren
dered against them in the Supreme Court for about $1400 in
tsvor of Capt. Mo!tena, and process served on them by Mar
shal Parke, they, in order to save their other creditors, went
iato bankruptcy sst't 10th inst. Assignees will probably be
appointed by the Court next week. In the mean time, Marshal
Parka has possession of their assed. The result will be tliat
the afiairs of the firs -ill go into liquidation, and probably the
eight or tea plantations Involved with them -ill have to he
closed oat St pablic or private saie. The steamer Kiauea and
several coasting schooners are also Involved, being partly
owned by that firm. This bankruptcy has been anticipated
U aim time, ami so far as the pianUlious are concerned. Is
probably the best thing, as it puts aa end to the uncertainty
aud aacaaines which has prevailed lor some months nasi
What tbe assets will realise, it is impossible to say, but if the
ales are eicced and for cash, probably nut over SO to CO cents
aa the dollar. g
I'-J the Elian Alien we have our regular files Irom San
Francikco to Dec 15th, and from Hew York to Nor. 21st The
bark briasa aa assorted cargo, earned at $ 17,23a, consigned to
C. Br tr k. Co., and $a.770 ia specie.
The brig Alert has also aa assorted cargo rained at J 12,000.
The Fan Francisco market for sugars and other Island pro
dace cootinaed. si last accounta, very depressed. The cargo of
the tk Jtlen had been offered at auction, but only sample
lots of the choice grades -ere soM at $3 e&&$3 67 ; medium
$1 6Q27 2S; dark, $7 25JS. Extra choice sugar is quota?
blc at J J10. In other prodoce ao change.
Fast era advices report oil aa doll sperm having declined to
$2 Si J whale, $1 lOaJJl 12 ; hone firm at $1 50.
The steamer Pimxter, which lately returned to New London
frota a six months cruise ia the Arctic Ocean, after -hales,
penetrated as far as the i afc i, and communicated with Dr
II U and party, -ho are looking lor traces of Sir John Frank
Uit's expedition, on tbe 2olbof July, at which time they -ere
all welL The voyage -as more successful than that of any
other vessel ia the same waters, ami It. has demonstrated the
practicability of whalers using steam power.
Among the passengers by tbe bark Ethan Allen Ir,
fraHWEHfiw lui www vt iue guitar
v-jT as is ageas. Tbe Tune of lite 13th alludes to his departure in
A r"01' 8'' r"!SCIH'0 ler Ethan Allen, Jan. ID Jffr Harry.
VI Miss Armstrong, J T Waterbouse aud wife. Mrs Hitchcock and
child, Mrs C.llerr.auk, K Feurstine, 8 Damon, W Wefst, K L
Pood, N Weed, Jr., Mr Baray. Stekkack II (J.iodwin, W'm
Uerkin, Chukee, a Woodman, Mr i-u-unings. Mr Trabuuk.
empty barrels. 1 vkz books. 131 sks bran, bo ,..
2V pkes t.'hinese u.die. 0 cs citrarj, 10 pkes clothing, 2 pkgs
4 es, 13 pkgs an.1 1 bale dry good. 3 cs firearms, 10 qr sks and
60 bids flour, 4 pkgs dried apples, 1 pkg nuis. 29 cs various
fruits, & pkits groceries, pkx and 2cs hardware, & pki( hxla.
1 l'klf Jeelry, pks lead. SO cs malt liquors, 85 t x nails, 45
100 lb sks oats, 10 sks onions, 14 bxs pines, 1 cs bacon, 2 l-kps
Cheese, 1 cs ham. 3 cs laid. 1 pkg falmon, 190 hxs Soap. 10 cs
spices. 45 cs brandy, 1U7 cs gin, 15 cs pure spirits, 3i cs rum,
43 cs whi'ky, C pkits sundries, 11 pkgs sugar, 31 pkgs tea, 1
pkg ami 13 bxs tobacco.
Faoa 8as Fsasnoo per Ktbao Allen. January 10 2hales
bas 3 es books. cs boU and shoes, ISO sks bran, 25 cs
and 70 tins bread, IS pkjrs Chinese mdsr, A cs clothing, 2 pks
Corks. 34 sks com. 34 cs drugs, &3 cs aud 15 bales dry goods, 10
cs fancy goods, 1 cs firearms, 150 bl.Js salmon, 66 qr sks flour,
109 bxs fiuit. 25 cs and 2 kegs sauces, 2 cs furniture, 6 cks
and 22 pkirs hardware. 6 cs hats, 10 tons hay, 1 pkg bo.s. 12
bxs ink. 1 cs lam. 6 rolls leather. 100 bl.ls lime, 19 keya nails,
71 sks oats. 3 es olive oil. 32 bxt ouious. 3 cs paints. 254 sks po
tatoes. 1 pkg bacon, 10 fkus butter. 2 cs cheese, 1 bbl and 1 es
hams, 1 cs lard, 11 pkgs sad llery. 8 bxs sago. 8 cs suit, 1 cs
sewing machines, 7 bxs soap, 8 cs spirits, 2 qr csks brandy, 5
cs bilters,f cs cider, 3 cs spirits turpentine, 38 bxs starch, 1
hbl starch."" 15 pkgs tea. S3 bxs tin plate, 32 cs tol.arco, 41 sks
wheat, 18 bxs window g'aas. 4 csks, 2 kegs aud 42 cs wine.
Value $17,335 26 Treasure $5,770
was presetted which made trie invective, the sar- i saint uay lor Tahiti, and anchored in Papeete liay
cam. the denunciation, all the more tremendous. ! on the 7th of December i ,.,.! T..i,;t ).
With a voice so impaired during the la.t half hour j th nf I . ri,,tCV,,b"- , , V , .T'" " the
that he could scarcely utter twos.nrenres Mnr.,.. 1-th of December, .he touched at the islands of Star-
tively, the orator iuterwove Lis pteat genius with j UCK ixn Maldoii on the 23d and 2Cth respectively,
his physical weakness in such a way that his hold ! having passed over the assigned positions of liau-
vaa HIO IIVMH 1 T III I I C'ii IVtTllt'Ue 1 UOSIfUir OI
f CoiaucRLsis Licstboot In StockLriilge, W iscor.siu, Oct.
25, Uev. James P. Cliamberlain. formerly of Honolulu, to Mis
lie'en Catherine, daughter of Deacon Lighlbody of the former
conveying to you any sense or the art with which
the debility of his voice was wade to contribute to
a, desired oratorial effect, as when at the close he
lifted himself to move the enthusiasm of the men
to whom lie was about to say farewell : The
address which has been presented to me referred
to the time of 132. I remember the time well.
My young heart was then stirred with the trumpet
blast that noun.led from your midst. There was
no part of this kingdom where your voice was not
heard. Lkt it soi xi aoaix" and the cry of the
great multitude iu and outshle of the hall took up
the words from the orator's lips with a suddenness
and irrepressible energy that was startling. He
spoke not quite without notes, but used them spar
ingly. To judge him rightly, and to give him full
credit, one ought to hear Mr. Iiright in the House
of Commons where he speaks to "an audience not
friendly, as was that or last night, but eriiical and
hostile, disliking equally the speaker and hi cause,
and feeling or affecting a contempt for an v talent
not nurtured iu its classical schools. That John
Bright commands the attention and compels the
admiration, delighted against its own will, of sueh
a House, is probably the best evidence ot his mar
vellous powers as an orator.'
At Leeds, on the 10th of October last, there
was held another of these working 1110118 monster
meetings. The London Times' correspondent es
timate the number of working aien and their
wives present at 110,000. They are contending
for manhood suffrage that is, the right of a man
to vote because he ia a man. Associations have
been established throughout the manufacturing
districts for the purpose of agitating this question
and forcing the subject upon the attention of Par
liament. At the Leeds meeting, Bright, the great
champion of the working classes of England, was
also present, sis he is at all such places, and being
there, of course he had to speak. In the course
of his remarks he said :
In America there nre maiiy political parties.
There is a party that is alwavs seeking office, and
it goes by the name of ' bread and butter party,'
and it turns out, after all. that the part r of Lord
Derby is not an anti-reform partv. but a bread and
butter party. Cheers and laughter." For six
months' office, or it may run on nine or twelve,
they have rejected an honest and good measure ;
they have betrayed the true interests of the people,
and I have seen men on that bench who would sell
tne mace, whir-li is tl
man, Koggewem and Teiuhoveu. From Maiden
she proceeded direct for Honolulu, arriving on the
Sth or January. lGT. The Muiine will leave for
Vancouver's Island on the 14th instant, if possible.
The following are the iiiiues ot her officers :
Commander William Swinlurn.
Lieutenants ltichard 11. Micaoit-tts, Pearson C. Johnstone,
R. C. Townshend.
Matter Edward B. D'An-ry.
bury eon James Martin, Jl. I).
Paymaster Alfred T. 1. Xettletnn.
Chief tSnyineer Ueorue Kent.
Assistant Suryeon William lirant, M. P.
Atsistnnt PaitnasterLUtirks Koberts. (artine )
MtJsltipmen iMaui M arrack, Alfred 1'ig.ut, Cuurles W.
Dickinson, Kilward 11. Anion.
Master's Assistant llenrv Backler.
Clerk Frederick 11. J. Mathias.
Knijmrer Edward Lillt-y.
Assistant Engineer Uillium J. Pettit.
' i i. i ir ii . . i . .. ail'l LllslieS even the enii...nt ..f tl,.. T.-.,. ,-..-
;'S, . . 1 M,e?,'.WJiU anU 0rlerJ' ! Fully unfolding tLe i,ts vouo Jix7. I "ay momentarily pauseand look back, yet the
aa.. a ucep in.,reu respect lor law and authority, Lowe to exclude forever from representation in : current will eventually carry us along whether
the Anglo-Saxon race is nevertheless one that l'"fhanient the 5.m0.00fl or G.Ouo.OOO of me.: : w ! W(. nr n . , i in
i never submits to tyranny or misrule. Trans- "l-re-enuHL Mr. Bright went on to say wif., a 0 "ot, i "Id 4 f1 l V
!.i ... . . . JL ""-ruic- J-rans- j0Irjeraiion that became more solemn v.ith t v -rv I fluonce rather thau ruk a catize bv attempting
. planted to America m eearch of a more perfect word: -This policy is not important at 'l be"- ! to etow the ti ie of enhVhten ruWi'e orinion.
; liberty than they couid enjoy in Euroiio the caiI"ie Lowe recomrnendi it. It is important I '
: ! Anlo-Saxons have Ledmie in tmtu ! '.i . only because it has been accepted and approved I aas i
j .vn0io-oaxons nave become in truth, m these t,f )V the great Tory partv in Parliament. -Vid. i -av.u H. li. M. s sloop e. 17 guns, Com-
, oays, the apioitles ot the doctrine of equal human Sir. I say 1 who am charged with designs against ! mander William Swinbiirn. arrived at this port on
i tlSir""" sa. i ? , v'"arai! f-r
, .imenca wttlus to-day over the jiolities of the ; countries where it has been carrie'd out obsiiuate- j ailc"ver s Island on the 1st of November. lSCti,
countries of Europe can scarcely be over-estimated, j !J "as Joue Krt"t things. Through it crowns and j calling at several islands on her way up. On the
l Had the Americans emerged from their late ci-ran- ,' J -V - s""u' ,T . ,; ai,U a,u !ot -Hh of.November she arrived otf Fitcairn's Island.
.. . P 1 latcian 6ure that it is a oolicv that Can be afeW main- ..... , r .. ... -
uc civil war a disunited iieople, the case would 1 tained with us." f Loud cheers 1 I ,u ue1" "nioie to eikct a landing, on account ot
have been far different. The oppressed and the ' Throughout the speech a tone of moderation I tbe hAVy R'f running at the time,
unenfranchised masses of other lands looked on
in breathless susiiense ; tyrants and titkd aristo-
J crats drew comfort from the prospect of the down-
Ull or the Oreat llepublic, whose j rodigious
growth and prosperity was a standing menace to
their " divine right " to rule their fellow men.
The cause of civil liberty etood trembling in the
" Freedom shritked when Kosciosko fell,"
her dying groans would surely have gone up at
the final dismemberment of the American Union.
But an All-wise Providence had yet a great work
for that nation to perform, an3 to-day its influ
ence among the peoples and governments of the
earth, cannot be overrated. A republican form
of government, it will no more be declared, is an
unsettled experiment. The theory of a govern
ment by the eopIe, strong enough and wise
enough to crush a gigantic rebellion at home and
ensure respect from abroad, is an established fact.
Vox jtopulivox Dei the voice of the people is
the voice of God can no longer be quoted as the
windy nothing of a demagogue it has a deeper
ana truer meaning than ever before. Aud so the
hewers of wood and drawers of water the tillers
of the soil the mattes of Europe, looking to
America, the young giant of the people, thank
God aud take courage.
Look in what direction we may, over the map
of Europe, we will find that liberal ideas, or in
other words, the cause of equal human rights, is
rapidly progressing. Whatever we may think of
Iiismarck or his master the King of Prussia, per
sonally, it must be conceded that a united Ger
many, once consummated us is now quite likely
will be in a great degree a guarantee of peace and
prosperity, and eventually of constitutional free
dom for the entire Fader land, because based on
the true idea of stability equality of man.
Italy, too, is at last a united Italy, from the
Alps to the Adriatic, and perhaps ere this the
proud City of the Ctesars" has reverted to its
lawful owners, the Italian people. Liberal
ideas art progressing fast among the long down
trodden and priest-ridden Italians. They have a
King who recognizes the source from whicli he
derives his authority, for he officially styles him
self, " King, by the grace of God and the will of
the Italian people." The autocrat of all the
Russias and the aatuto Emperor of France ar
neither or them insensible of thecy rjirfSf venfcs
and are making concessiop," t, d.ire'
1 . , wr nf 1 ;
anu irimming to srit tJl0 tj,ne8
Turning -jSrYVT v ,t.i i. t
S3 T -" ' 0 1 j niv; v uii ii 1 1 lid 1 C L
i book account of 1.400: default entered aiu:
i cution issued. Mr. Stanley for plaintiff. j
j J. A. U-irdick i-s. Th..?. Keegau Kook account ; !
j verdict for plaintiff, Sl'Jl "o. Mr. Stanley for j
j plaintiff. .,'t
j Oown Land Caw goners ts Campbell & Tu?-
ton--Suit for recovery of sundry piles of wood,
valued at $S00, alleged to have belonged to the
Crown, and wrongfully converted by the defend
ants ; verdict for defendants. Mr. Stanley lor plain
tiffs ; Mr. Judd for defendants.
F. 15. Swain v.. Nicholas George Balance of
wages due ; set for Monday, Jan. 21st, Mr. Stan
ley for plaintiff; Mr. Judd for defendant.
II. E. Wakeman vs. the Queen Dowager Haka
leleponi Kalama Trover ; set fcr the 18th inst.
jury waived. Mr. Jones for plaiutiff ; Mr. Stanley
A. S. Cieghorn is. C. C. Harris et al. Adminis
trators of the Estate of L. Haalelea Book account ;
verdict lor plaintiff of 780 12 and costs. Mr.
Montgomery for plaintiff ; Mr. Harris for defendants.
E O f KA a
Ja. Il,l i ,
mi- a 4
CanUin H If kVM-
Will have Quick- J) nill(,.k , "u
VVK,.. " ' ''.
Rfta . i ... i
The Schooner AlW
"Will Leave for
ie svtnbol of lovaltv on tlie
table of the House, if bv jy.g 5a tin- could give
o thenissIr;S..gCTry7jr--teniire on tlje .MHwsterial
'"flClies. Cheers. Now, I must ask vou in all
a.l J UJiUA Y. JANUARY 12.
News or tlio 3IorjiInir. TillieJ to tlic Cnited States by language, religion
feenutracts for sepplies lor the refinery of which
d sj!hwinx t
N J We antic the departare of the Commercial A rent of the 8. F.
nd Pacific sags LA ftjr the Ilswsuaa Islsols, anl under.
V 1 And Pc
staad that the rojVof his visit there is to parchase acd coo-
tract sur saKvrs u a caa.iouoce ptaoters to taake them adapted
lo the waats of Kettoenes, a task la which that company has
already as various former occasions heea foiled by the obstina
cy of tha planters, ia cnoaeqacncc af the bitb prices at which
bey hare beea accastomed lo dispose of their srucny grades in
this market. Thcstta iy increase of sorar plaatins- in those
Islands makes it. howeser. more sud more aecrssary for plant
ersrithrrto sek athr markets for their sarplos ovrr and
tm wamr oi trua cam, or so mm uie views Of eogar
lUSaerirs as per posed. I
aauther steaouliipof tbe Chiaa line, called the Ctlestiaf.
About 9 o'clock last evening, a Tes8el appearcd
off tbe entrance or the harbor. fa two guI);J anJ
showed red and blue lights,- jt Wja of eonne
posed to be the Xllora.lo. Ve dispatched a re-
porierorr, lhe sb;p? wh rttnrn,.J at I2mi,lnight,
and reported it to be II. B. M.'s steamer Clio, 29
days from Vicforia, British Columbia, bound to
Tahiti and Valparaiso.
The Supreme Court has been in session all tbe
week, and has attracted considerable attention, as
several of the cases possessed more than usual in
terest A brief report of its proceedings will be
found on our nest page. The session will probably
befontinued through next week.
' His Majesty the King is expected in the steamer
. fKUauen this morning from Kailtia, though no posi
tive advices have been received from him to that
effect. He was quite well at the latest advices,
bavinir eniirelv recovered from Ih-j illn.d t u;i
EmpUt, a sister ship lo tne Ureai Republic, was laanched at Ljvr ' . t i ,
- . T . ' r-"TLe past ha4 benn a week of unusual ercitement
jhw imiouciuiH vecemocr. rtasu aaiil at n ebb a I
ana expectancy looking lor long overdue mails.
The brig Alert arrived on the 9th. 25 days from San
Franci-co.and the bark Ethan Alltn on the lOih, 24
daji from the same port, biingi.ig the Eastern
mails. A full reiort of the news will ! f..im.l ..n
j the next page.
jr Congres had commenced work in earnest, and
f had passed a law establishing tree suffrase lor ail
persons over 21 years in the District of Columbia,
black, red or white. This will be bailed as a great
step in the right direction, and it will soon be fol
lowed by universal suffrage throughout the South.
It is now proposed to reduce the ten rebel States
to territories, as they have nearly all rejected the
terms of admUtion as States whicljLW;r; w-ied io
them by Congress. This ia Wi.! measure, but the
whole world, w5." sustain the action of Congress as
1 1 "niy cour.pcn for it to follow in the premises.
it is Mated that the Amendments to the Constitu
tion have been formally rejected by all the South
ern States-excepting Louisiana and Mississippi, and
and the ties of bl xxl, we find that the nation is
agitated now as never before by the great ques
seriousness to let the country know what is our oh
ject ; what you propose, and how far you are hon
estly asking for what you believe to be good. I
shall not appeal to the writers in newspapers, one
of whom (and not a very creditable one) is con
cealed somewhere in this town. I shall appeal
pnly to the truth-loving, vast majority ef the peo
ple or this country. Our object is this to restore
oopular representation in this country ; to make
tne House of lonmions the organ and representa
tion of suffrage reform. At the beginning of the j ,ion ol tm naiion. and not of a small class of it
shipysr I ; is 374 fcrl Uaf, aad 4,000 loos burthen, she will
be ready for sea ia March.
A Ute leteyraas rrporta that Great Britain la Increasing her
demands for graia. 2.UM r-uhcJs hare beea shipped recently.
Tha whole stock of all kinds a tha Xew Turk market will proba
bly aot eaueed 12,000 .000 bushels, and a coosidcrahic portion of
Uann be sen la England.
Mr. C. 8. Bartow beUI a larye aacti-ia sale at Messrs. Melch-
ers a t-v's ysstenlay. Tha sale comprised dry goods aad (ra7
era mcrcoaaaiae. rnces were gootf r the arason. Turkey
reds sokl for IslMJe.; pink prints, llc.i faacy prints, l(5c
white cotton, lhe I barker strinea. -aici bl-w-hr hi... .
Vv $1 7); Ceaarfa, 394c; aipaccas, 20,c
The bark Harvest -Jeared trues Saa Fraudsco, Deeem-
her 10th, for Uoaolala, via I.'omboUt Bay, where she wilt Uke
la a carro sf lumber, the will aot be due for some two or threw
Tha bark D. C. Murray arrived at ?aa Francisco on the
I Ii h. 17 days fsaa U ootuia, and the Monitor on the 15h,
IS dafs passage.
Taa bark Camdtu, 42 days from rogct Soaad. brings a fal
aawa a aaarjer lo UackteU ft Co. ,
Tb schaocer M tit am Bad.jer is loo ,
L wdwith a cargo of soar
aaa wm Mil soday at 3 o'clock for Ssn Francisco.
The bark Lmm sa:hl oo tha 10th for Victoria, V. I., with a
am iB eargv of auiiasses.ttogar, 4c.
fr ha Lt.ro ITEMS.
Frees oar lata Sew Bedford cachaaes we gleaa the knowing
sterna, mterestiag abaleiBen :
Bark Petrel, which reternnl tn New Bedford 23-1 lnl in
sourcqaence ot tne stexxm of tne first offirer. will sail acain I
a fc- days far the l'seirtc Ueraa under the command of '
Cai. Francis 8. Wsrvh. ef haatucktt, Ute of ship fewdlof i
w fiedfori, wrecked.
ftehr Eaaica ti. Adams, of Bsatockr t. Is nor brine trans
t'Twl data a brie:, to he etaolored ia the Atlantic whalrflhtr '
fha will be ia resdiaese to sail in tbe rrrlnjr. and will aain lie
aaier the command of Capt. Zeaaa M- Cwkmau, who has made
lo saccesaful voyages ia her.
A. H. Fotter and J. B. Bra.ll-y. of 2Cear Bedford, have pur
chased brig E. Shepherd, of IVnnts. to be employed in the Cape
iIL i1 Cau of Africa trade, ooder oanRaand of Cat.
Joha w. Nickersoa. she wUl load ia Boston, aad clear for
tape d Terde.
Waauso Nssra. roder oar marine column, this roomin-'.
Is dwheuteaine news froca the whaling Beet. The Ontario, be
longing lo .William a BrowaeU and others, was a lire oak ship.
5-7jTT T ,rTrl" fc"""" to Port. She sailed
Jaly 2d, and at the time of her loss, was worth with her
cargo, f Ltt.0M. There is we are sorry to sav. no in.r.i.n. t
bat a'ship"1" ' ,em' Mr Bo"rB!l ech arasoo,
trt. Joa-ss, Jf. w Oct. 27. Whaling steamers Wolf and Lion
have arrived here, with 3 whales each. The Wolf brings the
captain, crew, aad a cargo of CO tons of oil of American, bark
Antelope, wrecked ia Cumberland Inlet.
JIErr BEDFORD OILMJRKETXornnherll.
Srsaa The demand for Bperm has faiien eft" since oar last.
In consequence of the mil io GU.I and Exchange, ami we have
bat two traosacrioas to report t 1 17 bbls for manufacture, aad
i", mn oo pnrate terms.
late American rebellion, Thomas Carlyle, one of
the deepest thinkers as well as one of the most
extreme Tories of Great Britain, is eaid to have
made the remark that should the North be victo
rious in the conflict, England would become re
publican in lets than twenty years. lie that as it
may, the nubjcct of reform has been revived
greatly in Knsrjand eince tlie failure of the Amer
ican rebellion. The reform meetings in various
parts of the Kingdom have been of gigantic pro
portions, and marked by an enthusiasm and a de
termination which will eventually accomplish the
object of extending the right of manhood suffrage
to more than five millions of the topulation of
Great Britain, who are now denied all political
rights. The leaders in the movement are Glad
stone and Bright, and their platform is the
right of all men unconvicted of crime and of
sound reason, to vote. One of these immense de
monstrations took place at Birmingham, on the
27th August. Over a quarter of a million of neo
It you look all over the world you will now see
.i . . . ...
mat representation is extending everywhere, and
the degree of its completeness is becoming the
measure of national liberty, not only in the North
American continent, but in the nations and king
doms i of old Europe. Cheers. I have mentioned
the North American continent. To-morrow is the
greatest day in the United States, when perhaps
millions of men will go to the polls, and they will
give their votes on the great question whether jus
tice shall or shall not be done to the liberated
African ; and in a day or two we shall hear the
result, and I shall be greatly surprised if that re
sult does not add one more proof to those already
given of the solidity, intelligence and public spirit
of the great body oi the people of t he United States.
1 have mentioned the North American continent.
I refer to the colonies which are still a part of this
empire as well as to those other colonies which j
now form this great and free republic founded by;
tne oii i.enoese captain at the enl of the til teen th,'
?Iaiik Twain. Onr correspondent on the first
page, refers in glowing teru:s to the lecture of
this gentleman, delivered iu San Francisco, Nov.
IS. The Times refers to the same performance in
the following item.
Mark Twain put In an appearance at Piatt's
Hall on I riday evening, and according to some
accounts, he fulfilled his promise of perpetrating a
robbery. Some ol the audience thought they had
not got their money's worth. The lecture spun
itselt out at an early hour. The crowd grumbled,
lhe gas was turued out. and the grumblers went
home. Mark pocketed the cash and went to the
The truth is, we suspect, that Mark is inclined
to create fun at the expense of his auditors a
thing that cannot be carried on without discredit
to the lecturer, nor repeated with impunity. Mark
has a vein of real genius, w hich needs care and
cultivation to make it admired ; but like all ore, it
is accompanied with the dross, from which it must
oe cleansed wi:h care before it snai kle ..ml i...
comes admired as it should be. Never did a trsiv?
eler possess better materia's for a taking lecture
than he, nor did any ever have a more golden
opportunity of earning a brilliant fame as a faith
ful aud graphic portrayer of nature ; and we trust
he will not abuse the opportunity, as we are inter
ested iu his success at least to the extent of one
copy of Jarves' Hawaiian Dictionary, which we
are happy to learn he is making good use of in
preparing a new bookton the Sandwich Islands.
which will be published this year.
0" &-w-Hjng Of the 10th of December Mark
Twain gave a farewell lecture in San' Francisco.
He sailed for New York in the Nicaragua steamer
of Dec. 15. The Balled thus notices his lecture:
Makk Twaix'.s LkCTiKE. The farewell lecture
by Mark, Twain last evening at Congress Hall,
drew together a large audience and was a success
every way. There were facts and fancies, ffln and
argument, and altogether the literary entertain
ment was one of the best of the season. The lec
turer departs with a briliiaut reputation in the
Jiae ot his profession, which he has the ability to
increase in the Atlantic States. Men of this "sort
9T ability never overstock the market, and Mark
will find room for an honorable career in the lield
io nuicu ne is going.
P. 11 S. S. Co.'s C. & J.
IIu9 not Arrived, but the
BEHNICE, ALERT and ETHAN ALLEN
WITH A HELL SELECTED STOCK OF
' Ladies' and Children's Hats,
FANCY AND MILLINERY GOODS
Of the Latest Styles.
For freight or passage rplj to
17'sfiaT rm .
THE Fast m,,..
S Schr. -A.IVJ
WM. BABCOCK, Mute,
For KAILVA, KEAUIJOO,
KEALAKEKV4 SIX 1
For Freicht or Pitase anni. t .u. l U
- -o 1 T'J
FOR SAJV FItAiVClJ
&t The Fine ItsasEs.
. JOIIKST0N, Msjhf. J
II tJare Quick- Lpaich at fan
For freight and passage apply to
5i 3t TT T.
At Mr). KLACKS.
CLOSING OUT STOCK!
EMer's Upper Store, Fort Street,
A V ASSORTMENT OP STATIONER 1' FOU
Zi. SALE CHKA1.
Tlic IScfnil Slock of said Slorc !
Fancy Goods, &c, &c.
CALL AND EXAMINE. 555 2t
for ?s .v. r, ii: :
The Sloop HOKULf
Wit run regularly to the ahxt
Tone Ring at MOLOKAI and i
When inducemrtits ofer.. 'I
For freight or parage spply to D. I0ETEU J
IKa I1 I DT1IN I...... I
REGULAR PACKET foil
Honoipu and Kohala Phrf'
jill; The Fine Schooner f j
C. HOWARD, Master.
Will run regularly on the abctt fw'Xf
For freight or passage spply to the Matter tabu-1
res o . . I Kjw
or to UA8TLS COOEl J f
being almut to leave this Kingdimj,
would offer For Sale
Th: Favorite and well Black Mare
T O 1 s y 9 j
WhoSe qualities as a family horse are not equalled nr snnassed
by any horse m the Kingdom, as a Ho the imported t
Fast Trotting Sorrel Mare FANNY,
l errectly kind and gentle, w.-l broken to eithi r double or sinele
harness, and equally suited for a family as a fast mare.
w.tnpoTe;XeWr S,,'fli" T" nBSJr,
One Bui'gy Wnon, Brosriirll'a niakct '
Ami 2 Set Hume-.
AH the above to be sold ONLY at Private Sale.
particulars enquire of
C. L. RICHARDS.
. C5 f5"
SlIVOSKI) SlIirwUKCK. I5y
firtj-foitr daja lroui l'ort An
the Lark Camden,
crclos. Piirrt-t Sound.
We learn that tlifbark Moon Vfw.Capt. Kubiuson.
boil ml to thin port with lumber, sailed sixteen days
ijrevious lo the sailing of the Camden. The foiiner
Vessel experienced very severe and boisterous
weather during the principal portion of the passage,
ud the Mauna Kea. now sixty-two days out. has
pot arrived. The Camden reports that shortly after
totting to sea, when about one blind red miles west
.'of Cape Flattery, in the track of vessels bound from
the bound to the Islands, she passed portions of
wreck, consisting of a lower-mast with rigging at
tached, and a bowsprit, both of which, in the opin-
W Wt- r i i V . Vyn, 1 r l - I 10n f the Brst offiot'r ,,f l5le Camden, resembled in
ew lork cheers is the Columbus of our time 1 .,..., . , ., 7.
for after no less th,,., f..rtv ,J appearance those of the Mauna Ken. A ga'e wts
Atlantic in pursuit of the great aim" of his life, lie5 ' Mowing at the time, with a heavy sea running, and
li.ts at length by Ins cable nnu. red the New World
closalori2.-ide the Old. Cheers. To speak from
the United Kingdom to the North American conti
nent.and from the North America to the United King-
...I... I .1 r:i r . . . " " -
u4,Blf,,mK-eoi paying taxes but can iloiu now is but tRe work of a moment .f time, and
not Tote, were assembled on that occasion to give j il ,lo;s not require the utterance even of a whisper.
emi.has.s to the nor.iil.ii- .l,m.,.l to ,i. 1 ,K v"t?4l!?1 nations are brought together, and they
a ,V """AlonMW) The spirit a ei.her govern
"..j, " ui vim xowii jiuii,. wnere
epeeclics were made by eome of the leading advo
catra of reform . lur.ion nn.1!.nn ..r.:. i.
, . . . .fjv.caitu i ii.;.
persons, the p.. pular sentiment- tiic F'tKkers be- j round
t, .. .. i
these will du w as soon as their IegisUturo con- ' meetings welcome great men in America, but never
rone. Ia Texas the Legislature rejected the amend- K,S- a woIconle -Mr; 'i-'11 received. The
,. , . , , . r , , . audience rose in a body. The cheering was as
ments after the i-eople bad voted for them by a fair continuous as Niagara, and was rolled Lack into
majority. The vote stood 28.119 in favor and I the hall in great waves of sound by the 20 do
3(exican affairs stand in statu quo. It is now re
ported that the Kinpe-oa has gone back to the city
of Mexico, and L-sued a proclamation that he in
tends to f sbt for bis dear country till tLe last dollar
and the last man are gone. IJully for Max !
Tbe Chin steamers are still a favorite topic of
discussion, and the doubt regarding the Colorado
touching bere in not yet solved. She may have de
layed to await the arrival of the paseners mails
andf reight which left New York December 1 1. or the
atlon of a broail ninl TniTniK r nri.i.iil .lW,n
: i l 3 - ' x- . "i
tug ccuotujttm apjjiivdel by more than twenty ' 01 Uie P""Ie. vf
iJiOttSiua people outside who were unable to obtain j lut perhaps the most remarkable speech of this
access to the hall. A correspondent of the New reformer is that delivered in London, which, bet-
lork rribune gives the following interesting de
scription of John Bright, M. P., the eminent re
form leader, and the effect of his leaking on this
Then came John Urlght. I have seen creat
consequently it was impossible to stop and exam
ine the wreck. Jiy the reports of vessels which
have recently arrived from the Coast, after unu
sually long passages, it appears that during the
month of December last, there has been a constant
succession of south-westerly gales betweenJu-re and-
U'aj.Wt-Goast of AjUCVi? A;W it'lnav be that sIio
thrown on her beam ends and gone to
sea. If so. it is to be honed that the crew
to establish that freedom forever on the sue ? mar -ret lie lionnl .fi l.i.inw,.u., :,. ,.!.... .
m - .... . ...t . v. va ass 111V. ti.iu tp -
meut iunt be the same, althojigVip-fonjT may be j ' ,
diirerent. I it bo trty tfcit a broad and generous has 1,,'tn
I'i'V'.'.O'.'.Vis t1i: Vfentiigs ot Kngland. our purpose is4 pieces at s
...Wuv the Dklay? At the last April Term of
tlie Supreme Court, a case was tried before the full
bench in Uanco, which at the time excited no little
interest. The question involved was the right of
certain parties to occupy the place of public wor
ship at 'Waitnea. Kauai. A schism bad occurred
among those accustomed to, worship at that place,
one party having obtained possession, and the op
posite party desiring to oust them, brought an
action of trespass in the Supreme Court. . The evi-
liic&iilar Dispatch U
The Fine Brig
2 -a l t; p e ri at
WUl folloxe the A. A. Etdruhje riii id
For freight or passage apply ta
And Other Musical Inste
TUNED AND REPAIRED
BY CIIARLKS DERBY AT TUB TEW,
Lessons Given ort Piano aid Ci
654 Ilest of references given.
THE ABOVE HOUSE IIAV.
ing tK-en thoroughly renovated and fur
nished throughout anew, is now open as a
First Class Hotel and Eestaurant I
inner tne immediate supervision and direiti-m of the under
signed, lor the accommodation or lioarders snd transput visUors
fn.m i abroad. No exp-nse having Iwen sparcl in furnishing or
refitting the rooms. lie feels confi.Ient of giving entire satis
faction to those who may visit the Islands for thtir health or
The table will he supplied with alt the delicacies the market
aff.irds together with all iii.ds of fruit, with which the Islands
so richly abound.
Hoard by the Werk, ST mid 10.
Hoard mill I.otlxiiig by the ly, 2.50 nud
3.UO, accordiug to room.
MEAL HOURS :
Breakfast fr. in 7 to 11 o'clock, A. M. Iinr from 2 lo 0 P. M.
Ki-xliiuranl Honra, Dit ily,Mi til T I. M.
Cojte, Tea, Cold Meals, Pies, dc, sx.jJied tmtU
10 o'clock. I'. JA
655 3m M- K1RCIIIIUFF.
IAJI1&S FOB 18
A New and Choice Assortm
PER BERSKKr .
call and examine, f i
AT TBI BOOH l
Od HOUR. 8 DAY AXD3D1TCI4
Tc tancy aud plain cases.
650 2m Fur sale hy C. BEItC
And IJJXD CASTS.
650 2ra For sale l.v C. HBKVTy
DOWXEIi'S KEKOSEXE OIL
650 Zio C. BCEWBi
IT' OR SALE RV
A M ERICA X OEM'S SADDLES.
aV Also, SIDE SADDLES.
650 2in For Sale by C. BMTTB
BARRELS ROSKMIAI.K CEMEf
li AllR ELS fOHTLASDCtiA
650 2m For Sale by C. BHI'M
And For Sale by the Undersigned
rSMLKS FOR SETTING SUGAR KETTLES,
i And For Sale ly "the UrxdeHTgned;
jriEXCH WIRE, N. 4. 3. C.
- 534 lm i- IIACKFELD 4 Co.
And For Sale by the Undersigned
rw r i ..... .
Efiv.;,. iVL,"" ' LS, Siible
th.it was given him. Waited patiently till it was
over six minutes by the watch. Photographs of
f r T ? s- r a n Ar sin sdi, nr mAn in A ; i i i n nr.l
a I a allkUs UlL UV IlliVl'lUIUVII A LA 1 IV 0j 111. A
head wind prevailing for the past ten dayi., may j th.-re is a lithograph of him somewhere in your
have set her back. Some interesting items about
the line will be found on the next page.
. . : - . l : .1. : . . . r r
j .a rrjiorfc is tur it-in, n unit i aiiu s it-ara lor tne
i safety of the bark Maunakea. one of Pope A Tal
bot's lumber vessels running between Puget Sound
and thin port.
report of the bark Camd-
of the week. We tnis
The neglect of the native leper patients on
Molokai. as r-hown in a letter from a correspondent,
tcr than anything, serves to illustrate the depth
of this great reform movement. The rer-crt is
foiu the Loudon Times:
At a banquet given to Mr. Height in London, he
used the following impressive language: These
great meetings, as Mr. Mill justly said, were not
meetings so much for discussion as they were meet
ings lor the demonstration of oninioiK and. if vou
like. I will add. f..r exhibition of force. Cheers. j dence was all submitted and the plea.Ungs made
Such exhibitions, if they be despised and disre- j before the judges, nine months aan. but vet no de-
mirileil. niJIV V....in itrl.il.t.mnj nn..l...i. I Af ..... J
outside. Mr. Lowe was riht these i.eot.Ie are. ! f.ire.V V I k. Z . " t" w. " c,slon u uh red. With all due deference
.. , . ! .-v.., m ks.t.u ii-vii iiiiiiieit ill iFi.-i iiuirs. '..,, . .
impulsive, ami their hearts beat with an emotion j not a liatle in this very citv for the reaon that I i to Honorable Court, we beg to ask, why the
which they were quite unable to express. A tree- ; was in favor of peace at any price. I always said I delay? The question submitted is one of import-
tnw-i ,i.i; :rZ.:::':u I .l ..l "as ,n ,:lvor w;ir an.v c1- Vica l. an involving the status of hundreds of reli-
................. e "" ten years ago mv opponents were, lllear.l aniMitinnu i,,fMmnt tl... M.m.i
Iiright faced it with composure; stoinl like granite I believe that however much any of us may abhor a-'e0Ciat'ons tuioiigliout the I,lands
. .. - ..o fr j mi- uioiignis mat political questions in any country
bing and bounding with excitement. Stood about should.ever again be settled by force, vet there is
five feet ten. strongly built, upright, hands hanginc something in th ,,ut;f i; r.r r.r.".,f.,w. ihnt
motionless, not responding by any bow- or other j when theevils are allowed to run on beyond a
sign or acknowledgment id the splendid greeting certain period unredressed, that the most peace
loving ot men are unable to keep the peace. Hear,
hear. And boar this in mind that however much
we may wish political questions to be settled by
moral means, yet it is no more immoral for people
to use force in the last resort for the obtaining and
the securing of fiepib.m than it ia f.r ;i o-nvornment
office, neither of which is quite like him. and some
ol the photographs are abominable caricatures.
JLf riuced rlces by
SPERM AND WHALE OIL.
ftOXSTAXTLV OX HA NO nn.l FOR SALE
FOR SALE AT
IiOLLE k Co.
the CASK. BARREL or tiALLO.V at
655 3m HOLLES k Co's.
Ihelace is all resolution, its prominent feature the j by force to suj.nross and d-nv that freedom.
liisgolul ion Aot ice.
eyes, whteh alone answered the eves and voices
and hearts that appealed to him. and which light
up a countenance not otherwise handsome with a
All that is known so far is the 1 iinS,llaf beauty. Forehead is broad and over-
Loud cheers, the audience rising.
riHIE CO-PARTNERSHIP OF J. II. TRASK
Tlnr i . c r i i - - i m w" aissolveil oa tbe 1st of Januarv, 1S7, by
xui wnne the kev-note of Freedom is struck in mutuxi cunsem t n th . v .. ..'
j . - w. ... . ....... tt, VV.
for Mulassis Carriers.
H. HACK KELP k Co.
AND FOIt SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
lOOO I3m-i-ols Salmon I
Warranted fresh and in good order.
n. ILACKFELD & Co.
Ziockc Sl ILontajrue,
Metals, Stoves and Ranges, Hollow Ware
Tin Ware, &c.
o. 112 & iu batter v s..san fraxcisco
Iiockc 8c Er2ontague,
AOENTS VOU TI1K 7
HANSBR0W PATENT PUMP !
112 and 114 BATTERY St., SAN FRANCISCO
564 3 m
A N ASSORTMENT OF DIFFER
-TJs. 550 2m For sals by C.
rVO OF THE REST PATTE!
at llorse l'ower Machine!
FOR A XV PtIVTIVr. RXPOSH
WT weather and bud AOTHINU tCAU is
S50 2m SoM by
A AfAWUAUUiU W fcV vw-
aip DaaiH Webster
Bart John Dawsoa...
Baik J.,bn Oavsoa oa Irsigljt. .
Bark Pioocer.. .......... ....
Bhlp Oos-. Uorxan
For tli waJi
Sperm, Whale, Hone,
bbla. bbls. lbs.
..... TOO 11,000
. . 133 10
.... ZM 6,000
.... 1 1 ' 1,400 TOO
.... 473 2,." 9 la.TOO
33.001 M.427 T01,0V
..9 tnt 717.TOW
7,129 407 SaajOO
.1. r. xk.rr.nf l:
nden. given among the notes j ESfbSS flSt? SSStflt WW ttS ! equality, fraternity.
t it may prove incorrect. j acter of firmness in the stronp; lines of the chin and llttle kingdom of Hawaii, the youngest among ' A JVllALEBOAT FOL'XI) ADRIFT About
1 I are Tiw ch nations and the ward of the great powers, has, it Zu qSj. .rxKA. VtaGii clu!"
a massive, impressive face, not wantinc in ek-rn- ! must w,th eliai"e be acknowledged, actually pro-
' . . . I 1 T m 1 a vn. . .
W. Hail. 101.1 ii K.-v j.r. nrintpd in n.,tf...r r-,.1,,, .;n , ' "". i"i-tne iaie, not wt
afart are. , 7.. ' V . . " B" i ocss. plainly accustomed to look
Tha fcuovint; ara the imports ef Spina and Whale Oil and ,enl,on- " "hibits a remissness of official duty j not friendly, capable on occasion of anger, of a
Kit?.10 tb tn'ca ending oTn- highly ceasurable. which should not be allowed i Llazin wrath that has scorched others thau Mr.
18W S ....... ..... ' I T.nP with ita n-hita !.. A !.:, .
i. an niipnainipinjit mm t.i n.ir.;;...i -..... .v i. .iv ii.ia iiiuuieiii. (in
, .....uaiisuaiewfB e Km r..o t t t.i ... ,
s-k r lui: IIIUI H.MI1U-S UVUUllllir WIIU BnCCIlOn. UUll
. . . . . . . .. 7. .
starved to death, while under the charge of a Hi
nt, nther fnfea Crested backward. We v.royent the anomalous
., ,,r , m,i .- -vi i t i uenier tn Naluml I.rnrniol otlirr Tobmrs,
case of a revolution going backward. Possessed j Citor.. Pipe. K..ii.i n...i Amer?er.n
of a free Constitution, which prave the ballot to ' Csnfrciioaerr, .m. Kauia. fa kes. 4-c.
. , . . . , .. I would also take this methd of informing the Citizens of
.-ijr loi-jujcr, anu guawanieeu citl anu reu- Honolulu and the Iur.!3 generally that I have commenced the
urtiian Crown Minister? It deserves at least an ' by the eager love which is shown hi
j still I as the great orator stands, he u visibly touched ciou9 freedom to all. wa Jiave. like Esau, sold onr I ?ail.rin.,? b8ins " con..ect.or, with the above, and m pre-
-aj '1 a v IO CATAUIT ait Ui Ts7s 9
1 by the eager love which is shown him. When he j ?. . . . . , . . ,
I began to speak, the words came slowly, but with- I birth-right for naught. The great principle no
n a f:ilinitiu)le and substantial
Orders from the othr IsiaDiis promptly attended to.
o-o: . . u- u i ' Store on Xuuamt Street, one dotr btiotc Kma.
taxation without reiresentation which has been ! 655 ,
enunciated and firmly established by the pouring
The stramer Kilauea will sail as usual on Mon- ! Ut Lesitaon wi, a deliberate distinctness of
.i- ,'-.r k'r. it. . -- . 1 '"""i"-- Him tvuinu ri'uiinu vuu oi vteDster. me
nay nt.x i.s rwuna, Hawaii, proMUeU liisuraiice : two men h:iif snmilliin.r in
can be e ffected on her, and some arrangements i and Bright, as Webster did. can control an audience ! out l0i 1'ke water, and which to-day agitates j
made for the agtticy, so to relieve the Marshal, p-rsonal lon e. In both, the understand- England throughout all her borders we, in the
(who U now responsible - for her., in ease of acci- ! d,;?u:;n'1!aUrra,,. JT!Sllt is ! ar f " 18C5 -"endered, and, tak-
dent or lo53. Notice w:ll probably be giTcn on i.owerlul. but whereas in tl... Amerimn ii.i, , i in2 a eteo in the rear, have ndonted th r,haf.l.,ra
i .i . - " .... .
iti.n'ii-! tii imirai n.iruri. ..I iiiu ....... .. t .w .
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
riMIAT IXVA I. IT A 11 I.E. Dl'RAIi LE, FLEX
JL ible. preservioi;, anti corrosive
.1 1 1 . ... 1.... ..
FOREIGN DRY GOODS!
Especial Attention given to
ORDERS FOR HONOLULU MARKET.
II EN It V HL'GHES,
205 and 208 Battery Street,
SAN ERA N ; I SCO.
Tlll'l) Il.-l!IVS TO SEK
Sets Dn Ortaimn Shi.i- vii.lit feel in di"""' ;
f, .r- .... .1.. l..t MlJtJ
Can be put up in ten minutes, and ail I
Views tor the above from 3 to SI 2 p'
. . ...M.-nHTH.ft
1.AHK.-..MI!. llUi.cr.nv i, fmt'
" BETTER LATE THAN
aTfF V. n . . . m.w. rvVTlSTfl
't. iiwuni imi-.'i'j ti
Ilolidavn. l.nt whi.-h n,,t karioc arn'to
Will now be Sold at 0f
CALL SOON. IF YOU WAST'
Poetry or the War,
Howies across the Continent,
larvin's Origin of Specie.
ferry's Political V.W"'
Bead's Poems, 3 vols.;
Teuoys.m complete in one dismosd m
The Metric gvnti-m. The Red M""
Woman our Anitel, wtoJ5
.... . . ,Ai,n. M r
I'lcture ot oi. -MsKyria,
Telix nolt, llel. n lord. , Vlti grt
The K Me ami lhe 'nll nr OrieiB or
Urcgon anil KI I)orslo, s "TTsi
The Aatlir.rahip u&r
Carpenter's gix Months at the White Moos
Griffiih Gaunt, by Charles K'V-wlV
liaun-oft's Volume 9, Ne p"" ,
IOCBI.E ACTING, LIFT AND
Is used in all Sugar Refineries, Factories, Mill,,. etc., . foP
Warranted the Best Pump in the Market
All kinds tor sale by
J. V. RRITTAX At Co.,
120 Front Street,
TI,E toXDvvTRAll,SD a'a.
.tiai, 7o Cent.
Christ!,, Family Altunnnc, 85 Cent..
Hntchin. Vwartnetc Almanac, 25 Cent,.
olm ForSalsattte BOOKSTURB.
Assonuieut of Ne tZ
Waverly Novels, 1 gut complete;
nicnat.laoirs 1 ield and Vang'', -jp
Camp and Prison. Wives son 1 j
Sir Morton Peto's Resources of the Lane" II
Beecher's Pulpit I'unRencies. ;aS ft .
Josh Billinrs ami Lis i .-"6
l.,.i,...'. Knvil Truths,
The Dsys of Hroj
AIJSO, DIRECT FROM N
Gen. Grant and his Campaigns, compl! r
Sherman ami 1:1 t'amnaiims. CiaaP" ' iJ
Anecdotes of the W ar, a very JTH
Lossina's History ofH . 1
gwiutoo's armj .-j,,
The Sunday Magasine bound, ellt t' -Good
W orris bound, P
Together with other New Books .ft" j
to specify. It 4jj
654 lm for Pals at the I -