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C. S. BARTOW.
ON TUESDAY, January 22d.
' At l' OMork. A . M . ar -a'
And Vot Sale by the Umlersiiicd
nii.r.s roii si.ttix srt
rfill.r.s f oil SKTTIXIJ sk;ak kktti.es
:. Iru . UA Kri-LO Co.
Ii.7 he tn.' l
A, Tariff of Hrrcha inline
T. I L K CON-IS'.NMF.NT.
. fi r exi-r.-t.-d arrival.
Ami For b?al? lv tho LTiilr,ri'rnrd
II. II ACKFKI.b Co.
le or iiorsEiioLi) fiumti ri:.
or ii. vov iioir, nstj.
- - January 2Gth, ,
A. M , willheM !
Furniture of the House! !
Anl For .Sik iy the Iiiider-iincJ
AM) FOU SAl.l
ri:Ksi:T.T!" at tiik P.un-i:. u Wediiesdav
!.i-t. Kth i.!.-ta:.f. a; ! J oV..nl. ihe M -i i-t- i of For
eign pr . sited to His "...j ,-s:y the Kiog
Jaiii-s JI. W...ieho-.:e. I'vj.. II. !:. M.' Cotaniis-sioner
ami tit;-!;l fJ.-n.-rtl. V.'.- uv.ii-lf.t.-tl to lr. J.
Molt Smii!. for a copy of Mr. Wodehoii-e's nddr. S?
anJ His M li.-stv's ret.lv. as f lions :
S:uk : la pre-em .:z tli 1. tt-. r iV
Clarendon. iio'.ilv;:i;r Hl app
:w it K Ii
It UUtKI.S. Snilnblr
II. II A Kr'KLD A; Co.
i:v tiik l.mki:si.nki,.
KMX) 1 2iiil- HsillllOIl!
Warra-.tr.l fr ti an.! in r "l .rdr.
1 Iru II. II If KKKLD t Co.
Tun FACirio ;
. SA Tl'IiD A Y, JA STA II Y 19.
Opium Anion-- tlio I I.i wiill-tii-. .
A if rum, and the ie.--t which it engenders j
and fjsters, wito Ii"t rapidly .ii'-ugli swccj.ing
tli remnant cf Hawaiian from the face ot the
earth, it is a sad fact tliat the inctice of smok
ing opium, introduced l,.ri Ly the Chinese
Coolies, has L.-cvi.ie prevalent among the native
IIawaiiun., and is f.-arfully on t!ie iiRTt-u. All
i who have watcliL-.l tho (To.-ts of tlic huhitual ush
of tliii iiv.it jiis narcotic on the human Ky-t :n, 1
! a-;r'-j that w1k.ii it once ui. a f.nn hM its i
victim, a cure w almost in. i.t-n--. i;a iniroauc- , IU . t rriv.-s im- irrt-at il--i-"tv in wricouu- jim
...r.r, ti,.. tm. ii nit., much a luis- : t. mv Kinrlm. I tti.uik oii fr the a-ii:a!ioe
n i i i 1 - ., ....i t ,.r v..iiri: ). riini-nt.
in. :.t us 1 1, r l.rit-
iinn:.' V.ii.--tv' .tii in". i-.'i'T aii-l ' ii-ii. i. -i. r.i.
f.ir t'-e S."ui.li-h M.i:.'U an.l t:.. ir h--..-!-.l.--i I
)..--r t.i a-.-ui-.' v..ii t: .at I I t M ij-i:..v.-n.ipent
will v r !! a liv. lv r.-t in l'.e w. '.hire n.:
l.r.K..-riv ft the Ulais.l- u:il-r yfur s ay . :iu. that
ii,..v'.i....';.'. ii.,. h..iv I';. at !) .-;.ii!- tri.-n.llT r.-l.i-
ti..!n wl.i.-h have f r iiriny yem haj.-iiiy
si-lf.l L. tueell the a' .licll
Ilrita'n. will ever cati:iue
Hi Majesty rrj.lifl
Tin: wkathkk at K.v.r. A can. -pou. lent IVoiu
j Waii liinu i; the district of Kan. Hawaii. -hoo
j i -y I-isi!i-s. th..i:;h brief, are ahvavs welcome.
I writ es uii.Vr ilato M Jan. 10;h.
I -The gates of heaven (that elusic lan.ll lur; open
t hit nisrht. ami snoh a iiianiity of rain t'.-M tliat for a
J while I th.iiicrht we wre pointr t have another
j .-(.. u.m ?uc!i a that aiii-ient navigator. Noah, experi-
I eiiveJ when he took a pleanre trip in Lis yacht the
i Alk. The watery hae partial! v st.l-sMc.l. an.l nr
I i'Vi have l--eli Si'i.fl.lflie.l wilil a srllit (la J.wt-)
of 'ir real ei.ite.""
,.r , iuhli n years; an.l having at length procured ipii. ily M.ouhh-i ii.;; the of w.ei.
t! Ij.-- -.t.Jumi.c of ilw .r.-t.i.i IUh. uaaiu'.w.t 0 t aluj j,.;;.,,,, a t!.i se have uii-. ll. b uvrtt
ffic. wl.. tastt-s l:e i:: tht .litr. lion, t .l.i..lr t,.l. with
1, f iil san-iin rtt p.rT-ii. t nTni!THt th- cultnrr .M : of nil pi a'se. ami. 1 am sure, not I.ill t'.l Tll.U 1
Anif ii'r other rntei iiriVes ronnecte.l
I-!aiiiN ainl reat
to e.:.-l i.etweell tin'
f.rtaneas wwuhl m the taking off the tuhu on i 5
ij Kirntr.y fvr.itvre
II."-" . . T.l.l WKMnMi Mirror. I
uin. " . . - -
Jlenl VUiiv For S:alc.
the Kile of i-pirits.
Ilarin ? the I4ist few year?, the attention of
" A "
! r.f the livelv iut.-r. -t th. y teel
the weltare an-l
i l.roM.eritV of the l.-lai..ls.an.l I am .ili.-iie.l that the
friemltv r.-lati..n that have f..r so many years Mib-
ryT- VKHV I IXK I'lKI KIlF I.AMl.o.S. tf,e ,u,c. l,as ITequcTitlv lo-r drawn to this
y!g t tiinz a-M.ut 'Zl aT-.t on tri; Kmt rra.l cl It the . . , .
K..,ihi Krie-. io. m .xr ii t.i r.j,.i ail t'.- wir, n-.ft ' euhi'H-t. and iiunierou nrroi-ts have n.i n inaue oi
- , 1 ian. Forte. IIow.mmI cas. . ilt-n.-1d by m-h wH .i.mi.l- f. rar.l..iu3 aJ nrz-
HtE ,MC.KB1-E. SIIIHLE II0UM1S.
fcainWralorN Sale of Krai Estate ; WJ!
fur tcrut trrviu.rr of K. Cl'Itiir'i.
3(M Wrll Srn.ourel (.oral Slonfi.
tor Mle l y K. B1"K"I"53.
; Chinamen ena.-.l in th- illegal traffic in opium.
Hut it is exceedingly dillieult to get a native w ho
! useR opium t testify against the pelh r, anj thus
i It not unfreouentlv occurs that, in e.is-9 where
TTmTJAY. ----- February 2d, ,
I jltijn.o,..ui.i-ipnM Aoci..- 'VALUAELE REAL ESTATE IN
I rVTr't th A lu""'t nu,T t" K't1" ' '- R H V K
certain Piece of Real Estate (House Lot) j TttK v N t
f.. lima, on f'.i.in Str.tt. n-ar of the resi- ; V i j f. ..r ir
. . lima, on i'iiwi
d,ni- of ll'.n. John n
to nr: sold at auction
K-?or about 5th of February next,
t if not -prsT'i'Msly disposed of.
r3 PREMISES ON KING STREET,
At rc. .i .? i: r.t i:;t?.-.r...t.
culj,, Iam- an-l rl Rn,
Finr I'roit il ?hl- T.
AM Bri-k f'.-h P"i.l.
rrv-!yI by s ccJ au.1 el-e lwarl feor.
v: Ufu f.tvutul.le terms tl.e
j Larpr and t oiniti..-liun Mnnr l filing mitl rrrmis
; Stlunl' l at Krtilua lie irh.
! Th l.'.u i in tl.'.rili r-. .ir. with emr e.if.vrn-iM: for a
i Uri;e liuily an I .-irt u uj. h a un-, d nug a K'"d trade.
I Totjt titer witk the
The I.niul of 1 1 1 A X A I.OLE,
And rr.rxit jr.ir of !H a-m o1 Ijin l ainl a Stune lwing in
nrl ratr r- i'..r airl -J. Br t'A.St: i trr .wu.ir. Tl.re
twn .rrt.. arr w.t'.iu 1' n.i.c if rclt .AliT, and otI-r great
iimIulviiw tita I' iwl.O'l.
"r ien apply to
511 3m Kiiilua, Ku.i, Hawaii.
r-ited l.ftween t'le two eounlri.--, will cunu.me ini
iuierrtiptt'.l. The kind invir Uion extended y your
illustrious Sovereign to a meinliei t my tatiiily.aiid
tiie n.itii.Tons m irk-- of sympathy and attention re
eeived l.v tueeu l'mina. on l.. r recent visit to
Kntiland. "have inipr.-sed my people and mystdf
with a deep feeling of gratitude. 1 am happy to
have this opportunity o( l eiiirning puhli. ly. through
i. ...t.-,.. I I."r M.i.t Ciii. Ioiis Maietv Oueen
. .. f. . . iii.iu. ..j...... . ... - - - -
j the j-.hci; are morally certain ot me gum oi me . Vieu.ria
j venders, they go unwhipt of justice for the lack ; s:,,i.i, at Ai ition. n Tm sday last. II. V.
' of the necessary evidence to convict. The law I peveranef sold nt ul.!ic auction as per previous
I authorizing tho lie. n-ii.g of the sale of opium in '. notice, the grounds in Xuuaim valley, known as
S Honolulu was enacted osten.silly with the view the U. II. Agricultural (iarden. consisliiig ot fifty
I to tor- the illicit tralric, hut it ha by no means . one and a .piatter acres. It was sold entire, and
'had that effect; on the contrary, the evil is on was bought by (lov. Dominis, in the name ot
' the inenK-. Far Utter to enact, nnd with all i H n Kmma, f..r 2. '00. winch was undo.d.ted y
I .. c . . ....r..... ! less by far than its actual value. The net receipts.
tie. TH)Wer OI un: winanmcm niimw, , i
I - . . i ..ii.... ..i-,.. ot sule and Purvey arc deiiucte.l. w i!l
lawH against tne hale or use oi iius jnntiuua
i drug, excei t by licensed apothecaries when pre-
bcrihed hy phyf-icians.
We he-ar-l of u distressing ittanee the other
I'vMAM.r. We are i:it..rin. d that a man named
S.ivt ui. an Englishman and a b iler maker by
trad., went off ia the .1iV ?'..; last week, for
O.egon. deserting his v ile and two children in
i destitute ciivumsiances. and enuivly uiiprovi.lc.l
for. A man who could thus unfeelingly h ave ins
own Ib-di and blood in a strange land without
friends and without means, deserves to have his
name published as an unmanly wretch.
Kktii-v of tiik Kim:. His Majesty and suite
returned from Hawaii on Saturday by the 7v".7.r i.
an.l we learn that the health of the King is ex
tremely good. As the steamer entered the harbor
royal salutes were fired from the Funch-bowl bat
tery and irom the two I'.iitish men-of-war in port,
the iVo an.l the J.W.ne. which also- manned yards
on the occasion.
V km s. For the past few mornings this planet
has been e.xceedingly brilliant, to be seen an hour
or so before sunrise. The Almanacs-say the was
rlar.'.iwr. and '-: Iumi!U a l- t.t ! th-.' .Miii ! 'or
i.unw Itvra my okd o :-vt.on 5ut iu n:y euliridual cp
c.iy as 1 i.ilVrineJ l-tii Mr. J O. Cirter and Mr. sh.-M-.n.
TCZtlTr "yrZ.Z::uYa:Zu : -,,.. which has mannuly taken in
.il.l h ut KVunM iroura- ia a marr Isrt. It m-ii.s. ',;(,!. j. t'iat ,,r providing a house ot worshiji lor
hontvir t'.:.t vr.a i nr. r to tak y ur inf.n.it...n rthre . , , ,.
thaii fr.. .nrrr., Vj.,i . t Uson.'lr. Itoa. in.crt all Fngl Ish-speakll.g r.-.Jetlts ID the Disllkcl.
tL.j i i c.-rrt.-li. n in j. ur n. xt nunitxT. J- .Mi.t..i im.
t We have merely to say ta reply t the above
that the statement given in the last week's .Mt t-f,-
r was obtained from Mr. M.. and from no one
else, and corn spond wi'-h the facts as then gien
; l.v him. so fur as we are aware. En.
The .ij-rirullnrul Sorirly'a Ktirdeu.
7:. .:;:... r r V "..ih r-i;? .bc rf.'s- r :
S:r. : In a leading article in your last number, j
you have once more attacked the managers of the j
t;,.v .t II iwniian AL'ricultural Society, in relation
to their n'leged mismanageuu
s icritice of its property, etc
! r .1 :..!. .1 .11.., I... v. l...n r..
..lOn bll.lll . LpUt l.llll.ltl.l a..,. ..v- - -
ceritlv raisial for this pmpose; uhich amount will
be increased to 'f ,.r SIO.'O. This tnu Iris
been sii ph nient. 1 somewhat by the kind iess of
friends in other pait of the I-l.tn ls; at'.d thus will
serve for the erection of a small house, suitable
lor pres. 'lit and imnie.Ii.Ue prospective necessities.
The investment, bt von.l ail ouesti. n. will bring
. . .i i.... ..i. ,
etniolUlg l.ellt Ills. not. onty to is-- pieseni, oui
to luture trenerations who may tl well in trie
trut : lor.
whatever else niav be d..ii'.l!u.
will deiiv that n-rpioti w'.iii h underlies nil sound
.. " . .... -i ii l
morantv is essential 10 uie ii tie ni-wius
. ' . . prosi.eiiiv of anv cotnnuuiu v.
at of its ati.urs an.l Amv,h,rna i,, ".. mr.u. th l.t hK-fu1 of th eo.1ilB
of our nwnl K-cal lifc. i lha hanniHiy t..n prrvaiia i--
Itrrn t two riawe of our v.ulation. Hawaiian aim f.-rriim.
mid which was evi-
probably not exceed S2.noo. the sum named in our
la-t as likely to be realized. The valuable trees
and shrubs now gixwing on the land could not be
: . ..i .... u i - 1. 1 ii IiLjh
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
A SM tl.l. I.HT K TIIOSK SI.
.-rir S.!iT..n. Jut l.ei-ivrd.
And ;T S ite ty IViLLKS k Co.
i'UWrhOXfi, OIIAMUH, I'ECCO, rc, tfC, t,e.
Iti-rr-Wid I. r tiuT t aa-icis, and tr e
l:y ItoLl.lj- Co.
day of a Toor native on whom the insidious hahit j ,wit.u tjjat S1U. H makes a line addition to th
of smoking cpium had grown until it la-came o,,,,.,,-,, , m-.d property, which it immediately a.l
nwessary to hi existence. lWoiuing himself j joins, tind we doubt not will be improved and
em.ible of the destruction of body and hoiil to- kept as a g.tr.h n. and probably in lar better con
wards which he was hastening, he luade an effort diti-n than if the Agricullu. ul Society had contm
to break off the hahit. and taking a -until supply , ncd to retain possession ot it.
of the drug with hint to " tnia-r off on.
brightest on the 17th inst.
Saii.ki. II. V,. M's ship Mr,ite sailed on Sunday
morning at 7 o'clock, for Victoria. V. I. Some of
the men were ashore on libetry. and appeared
a very well behaved, orderly set of sailors.
lentlv writtcll oil'-haml and without much inijuiry Hulno no nlm;"n;w bf sprui.f: np to tlmtr.in and curs
or reflection; else it could hardly have conta.nea t,;'1,T. ,;ud drT-aVi;
s m my errors on matters of fact to use no ,lit. . j .Pj i,u,r . ( w.h j f. .tiKrsi ami . i -f
, ,,, i ; ;, . .i 1 ..t .ini the grr.uiuc . I,nuau fratertiiiy wn .iw.l.-.l y the rmiliUmtian
Ktrongcr term as abound in it , and 1 bum m. u milU!ll ,iy u,n.lgrTt t..war.u iu pmri..r t.f
T.riv i'ee oil behalf of 111V colleagues and llivself. an inftrumtait f.ir the I!a'w.tiin rl.nr.-h. Thi prm rouf f i1, I
1 . , , ., ..;,..... outtu to ar. wa sritefully a-n-ll y -''' o- iierrja-
of replving to it. through the same mettiu.n , a u in unly t- ,w ur,,, , yrni d-nera. tl. punkw
..r vile-e w hich 1 feel assured von will concede ; .4 a small ,.. f tt. nc-w churrh tuw to he trrct.l. Tt.e
.r.vili. . .... . . intruu.it in now on it .:ir out.
for I cannot allow UlVsclf to SUppOS- that yOU lie- , u. j ,hllt n,y ,,,, wrj c.nnl or arknowlnlnvntrtit .
sire wilfully to mislead the public on the .ul.jeet. . L'., Haw."
I do not propose to enter into a refutation in de- ; wi,, K ,,cr joara. K. JIvd.
tail of all your allegations of errors both of omission Kohala, January 1. IS67.
and commission w ith which yon cnarge u. ; out i i
shall show from the authentic and carefully kept j
records of the Society's proceedings, in the hand-
! writing of its very competent and accurate secre
tary. Mr. II O. Hall, that evtry act done and omit
! ....."i... ti... ,,,.in ip-eis iii relation to what You ci.ll
iei', ...w.-.-e,--- .
Twelve liiv I-ati-r
REIGN NEVS !
Bt the American whalenhip Florida, which arrif-
'this nursery business was under the special . , on Thursday from Sau Francisco, we have receite.i
vnioii" the novelties recently introduced direc tion and by formal resolution on full debata, t a 8frf.y paper or two as late as December 27, for
into San Francisco is a "Steam Faddy." which j f the Society itself, convened in public meeting I wnlch we ftre ioJrhted to Capt. Williams,
carrie? a hod. Honolulu has had the novelty for ; vy ample notice published in jjottr corn iirtrsjxiper. Tbe DCW9 ia nieagre but we glean a few itema
ten years or more.
When, therefore, you assert in relation to the re- i -Ten Mow.
. . - !
Cos. Whvis John M .rissoy like Daniel el- jection of the I.iliha street lot. ns unsuuaoie !or a
liecausc he s an ex poiin.lcrot consiuuiioiia. . garilcn mat. " lue managers ii.m "J
j.. i and sacriiiced the interests of the Society to their
l . . .1... ia ...
own personal views, you ,irn .i.u ,no.u - ...
direct conflict w ith the record. If you Lave really
Right of Ni-ninrn Snilinsj nnrfrr the I'uitcd
Tbe mail teanier CoIJeu Jtgt, from Fanama, with
the New York mail of December 1st, arrived at San
Francisco on the muruiug of the 25ih, 23 days and
IS) hours throngh.
XKE FURNITURE OF THE HOUSE !
,1 .'.y.ot. I'H"J .'"". Kitchen .
QEXTl.F. I Dl'M: llt.iK.iinte any I
ym. un! ll.r oKr. y rrata,
j. ad OxU'l' lim-, I''4" ",
r'aie K.iilt Sl lle ami Itridle.
iyt K. HI UOtA.
OARS, assorted sizes ;
just Kr.cf.tyy.it per c t:i.ox.
t -.r Sakr I y
II.U.1.1- k. Co.
Portland Cedent, Rosendalo Cement
And fAUVrmXI.t LINK,
Ail fr. ah and in Ord-r. r-.r .-ale l.y 1.0LLKJ 1 Co.
s ! Sitiikmk CnritT. The t'oiirt is s'.ill in bfssion.
luoveil to Waikiki, away from the town, with 1 ()nv tw eases were acted upon this week, that S.
the delucive ide.i that thus he could cure himself, i -c; Kiuvrsoii rs. U. Molli t. administrator of the
Hut when his ruipp'.y wan exhausted, the nervous estate of J. Kalauipoo. for' the recovery of a debt
prostration and the cnuing for the wonted of $FW. in which on motion of Mr. Judd. a non
stimulus were such that he was obliged to cine i suit was entered ; and that oi J. Ii. Hol.Ieii. in.
... r..,. .....rr. A ....: r.rovi.Ii..- him ! dieted for an attempfto commit a rape on a female
.. . . .. .. .1 n- ... ! et.-l.l under the aire often years. In the latter
sell wit Ii a muni! supl iv, lie mains anoiuer tb.'i t, -
. . . ,. tl.e iurv letuined a verdict ot Hot guilty, two
for Ire.il.iu, tin time removing to Coco Head, - case, tin jury i. iuiii r . . ,
... . ,. . . iur..rs di-M iitinir. The Altornev t.elieral lor the
further .till from the tempter. Hut he Leonine ' " ' " -' ,: , f.,r ...
ho weak Troiii the reaction on his n.-rvous .system ... . ,...,.,.
j , , .. , , - .- : w.iiiT. The case ol K. I-., l.al.emaii is. ijik. u
that his friends w.re obliged to bring hnu to , Kj,ilina CiUlll. u,, jesteiday in banco, and is mill
town a"ain,oi be wouu nave pooh uieu irom me
.1 lafaad mltmrr I
Preserved Meats and Vegetables,
OYSTERS, LOHSTKRS. fVAIIAVUS, e., Ae.
want ol oi-iuui. AuU ne win uiev uai.iy uie w mi . , ,.r..,,.,,v ri ui.wirv
- - . . ....... ; . . f , i irwrieiiti llosniial. It
the UM- ol H. lliis i omy one ...s.ic,.- , hav(, ac(1.lri.., ..,. knowledge ol l.ngli.sn are ion., , - -Ui, 1'liaIl s'a(fIi,tiU1.,.. and thereby
to light out of many that Uouotless occur, our. i ,(r displaying it, ami sometimes make qn.Yr work i 11R, o(jjse Yours. Ac, W. Hn.i.KimAMi.
which are never heard of. j ot it. as w itness the following verbatim et literatim j j ,ja(1 Kf1.,) Mr. Kditor, that this old point, about
list Sunday the if.!:ce caught two natives in copy of a letter addressed to a gentleman on one i t,u, ri.j-0r ull,i protection ol foreign seamen sailing
-The Hawaiian! who
of making a brief statement, respeclin
of a most meritorious class ol seamen sailing un
der the I'niled Slates tlag? My attention has again
been called to ih'us subject, by the following note
from Dr. llillebrand. Fhysician of the Queen's
enough to ii.terest yours. lt m l.ehall ot tins poor
felh.w. He is lar gone with consumption ; arrived
sick here two mouths ago in an American whale
ship, and was refused admittance into the American
Seamen's Hospital, because he was a torcigiier
ill. I 1 a 1 1 .itllv Kllililll. 1 loi- the season. Our little
i O.ieeii ' Hawaiian t h'.vernmeiit would not cast the man oil',
"i .. .i ! if he hail arrived in an Haw aiian vessel under these
circumstances. It would be a sliume it tne great
American Hovcrnnioiit should cast him olf! Asa
chati -e has taken place in the management of the
1 -linns von will lino ii. punsi-
r.effardin the Colorado, we hear tbe rumor on
! 7 v;m v .... nllow me the nrivilege forgotten this transaction, j on couiu e.isny .-. , . . ailiug had been postponed aome
..lit. i.i'M". -- 1 . . .. , , .. ..... . . rr..r,..., ir, thai ".. . . . .
g the claims : reiresneu your ...eu.o., - ; davs. and aho that Uen. M l ook rurposea rciurutng
record, to w hich you should have had Tree aecess. IIoDO,ulu ; hcr. Thi8 eunttli be ao. as he was to
had you condescended to ask for it civilly. Frano-sC) for Washington in the steamer ,
When, therefore, you hazard the rather bold ' ,,(. find in th. A!U of December
assertion that " 1?. I f.,lI(.im,. which U all we know about' the
- . u.l.iM.lakn.re.
Ii i;d I.'"' - d H lnu.rm.ns im v...a-.. ...
I .Tata and tn Id-u-U rail, lluat I lw o.mrri tin: ,
-''n " ,. .. ... ,.t.:,,r,l,L- and utnttal i
wr orirr. from Ih- "ih. r l'. .n.! ,.r.m..tly a:trt.dd I.k
' Xuf vi .V.'.-ofoi street. t,r d.r biuie Iwj.
KM'RKSS v u;ns.
LixUt l'.u.ii.u Wapmn, Concord Waon,
llra,T Il llrUrr Wb.m,.
t'tt . iltf i.y . . ri.t.ni u CO.
Kir, 1S."5 ye:irs.
the act of wnokirg oj.iuni iu the house of one j of the other islands :
of the eoo!i.-B wl.oiu liiey Iiaa lor wine nine Dkak ik, t hoi to wnd to yna c letter lcau I am
I ported, and H Monday cuceeeded in getting a very much love for y-u in this time will you .Uae me to
I ..r.. I-.f.,r.i tt.n l..liee ( 'onrt. The coolie. I a-ml me f-.m l.-tttr in the mail I pave lo 1 K p "mc Broad
.11.1 i tt...i
under the American nag. uau oec-u mi., ..c...
more to be opened for discussion. As long ago as
lKoU. the ladies of Honolulu, through the American
Minister, Mr. Severance, forwarded to Washington,
FOR SALE !
T TIIK IIUMH.l l.t; IKOX WORKS '
Best Cumberland Elacksmitts' Coal,
JVi!arclta Hotel and Restaurant!
J. S. A. I.OLI.UI, Pkoi riftor,
W he frurn.-. and th ll-lic tbal 1 I miy l'f ar.
a i Mt th lMM.nra oo th- twml apiorrd atyle, and rei-pert- (
By orficica a aharw of patronairr. j
-ally FiirnL-hed IStN.iu-t to let i:mju reasonable;
Ciookixr u.xt;i:iis. xkw .m f.-
6iO -i.n K. r I.y C. til'. KW Kit A- Co.
THiTfAIIILY LETTER SCALE.
FOIt WKK.'IIIXC I.KTTKHS SI'II'I.E,
I lean and c rn-et. I'rirr,
Li! la, l,ri..lrby II. M. WIIITXLV.
MEDIC Al7 .NOTICE.
i rw-IIIK. I'M)E!tsI(-KI) WOl'MI filVR
! 3 N.itic th it I-r. .. I. J 1 Il. I.arin-r talen th Nwitw.n of .
j IM.yi.-iii l' tl.e l". S. Marine 11. ''. I.'t'-'y fill-il hy I'r. .
I I'oKl', wilt h ire hi ..fH f at the lrui st..n-if the uiiili-niirnnl. I
I rortr-r of lrrh.iM and I'.wt atri-ts. and I in alteni.ttice fr I
! . r ..l.r..k tl.i.1 . ..II i t.i 4 f v.ivi liini I rjid ! - . . . .
1 who wa- a most wretched, cadaverous and he t- '"" , '"' , " - the loltowing peuuon :
w l.o w a a m .. t r t e t , u youf klllJ to lmu- , u,Mmhl the Sen-tte awl House of lirp-
l less -.pccii.ioii of the X ictiins of opium, was faned Vou truly vcrry .lave S. S. j Stives f the Cmlcd .Your mei.iorial-
j 1(I0 with 3 37 costP, which, as lie had no, . ..., . ists, American ladies and niemliers of a benevolent
,.. t.. ,:,v. l r will work out in the chain "" "r " "V . . ! Society, organized
- ' , I in this t it v at present, ami the evening meeiings at i -,..k ,,,. .leslitute
nXcrniiil to lour liundrc.l una in.ri.i-n ami a ; . , . . ,d ; ncouaiiited w ith t!:e protection extended to
the L lilted Mates Hag. ami
lutlf .lavs liar.l liilwr at tweniv-nve ceni a uay. : ... . . 1 ...i..,i i seun.en. Kuiliinr under
j " evenill'r Hie luisi n.-en, uiie u.-eu ,-i, io,, " . . . , i :
A righteous judgment, which ought to aervo a a , ' - b,.ro ,,. a revival , r,.U. .J
. ,. -,u men a.u..vkr..,...".j 1 . -
CI1CCK to ine growing e-.it.
for some two mouths, under the i -l(.t' States Consuls, humbly pray Ihat you will
noti:s tr Tin: wkkk.
INFORM ! cci.-.atl:it.un, itu.t ami rt's-r,.uoi-.
r..o . i ! 41 -m
i gion in progr.
! the increased attention to religious interests, and
eachiii" of a Methodist clergyman. Mr. Earle. but ! be pleased to pass such laws as will entitle all
e churches or all denominations have shared in ! foreign seamen, when discharged, sick ami destitute
. i mu tu i ... .. from merchant vessels and whaleshipsol the L lilted
W. II. RICIIAUI.i
.rilMTb.tTKIl TO M-OISK I ROM I2ll
t-. -: fulirenlirit. 1 Zt ( rnla ! I .. rnrh.
I States, to enjoy the same proieciiou as name
American seain'en. or foreign seamen, who have
obtained papers of naturalization.
Tin: Kii.aik.v. On Thursday last a petition was j .. As ju &Viy bound, your memorialists will ever
l-'or I-ali ly
11. M. W 1I1I.NKV.
1000 Barrels of the following
t Tiik Nr:w Mokmn.j Siak. The new missionary I - tll0 convt.iSiwrt which have taken place
I . ... (lie li! Miiritijui S!ir. i
M llMlll. I, i'.hii " ..j....... -
i ll..T-e:.l W.rfI.l p.iiw on a voyage to Hongkong, I
: sailed from Fosto.i for Honolulu. .November mi., i.iea in 11. .-p.e.,.e --v v.. .- -. r -.i-- s p,.tUioU Wll8 siglu d by about tifty American
i She is a vessel of 200 tons buril.cn, (new measure- owner of the steamer Juhw,.,. praying that she j l1VLlMunM 3
mot) and is therefore of about double the capacity ! may be sold, as the firm .r t alker, Allen .t Co.. j thirteen years, or since this peti-
of Ihe ll.nrUl .WW, late the Mon.iw, Slur. At who nave gone ...... .., ,j , ... fol.war1 llu. prilclico of United States
1IIK 1MUTXKRSIIII IIKHKTllFORK
son hrtw n Uh- on lrir".l . thi nay uiwwt.. oj
ina.CT4U.-TiC All u--t!l.ricd-lt are to w u.i u iii"S
who a. U coottnac the Uuiuraa.
nnoofcita, Nr.v. 30, VM. &4i 3m
(TpLANTERS AND SUGAR BOILERS.
ICC'II . KOM KTi'RS MH'ltOX'dl'FS
METAL THERMOMETERS, 4 FEET LOXd.
l IR0X COOLERS, 7 Wt ly i fct-
LOVISIAXA CAXE KXII ES.
iOSn. F- Pal by C. BKKWKIt A- Co.
ON IIAI AMI I'OUSAbBBVTIIKfX
. . i ..j- i ...... t .
Dpirilllr IStliltlill"- ir.ltlilU' her d.parlnre from the wharf in Doston. M.me very I vessel to the extent oi one a, .....sue con ,
Iieir,1l)ll a-illlltllll .II.IIU l.ll . , i I ,n,. .i..t.,;...l in the hands of the Marshal. Ihe
! interesiin" exercises wereliit.l. inciuoing aoun-sses, i .-.. -..j
! by the Key. Dr. Anderson. l.Vv. lliran. liingham. decision or the Court will be given this morning.
jt ..... i-..e r.,,. lliran. llin-ham. ( who comes ! and it U therefore uncertain whether the steamer
... or ,l.e vessel., a..d others, and an i will resume her regular trips on Monday
i original hymn was sung, composed by Key. H.
I l;'ui 'hain. Sr. who. forty-seven years ago arrived at
nurserv business, it e.vnious ..ii. nosiiiauiijeuieiiv
: and lack of judgment." ion arrogate to you rself
Damon. Dear Sir: Will you be good I the right to condemn the delib-rate public act
not onlv ol tl.e managers nnon. .or jmn. ....
have so j.ersistedly assailed but of the Society
itself, many of the more prominent and active
members of which at that time, were men whose
.pialiScations for forming a correct judgment on
the question, were based on practical experience
in the culture of the noil a qualiucatioii which I
fancy -' will hardly lay claim to, peeing that so
far as 1 am able to discover on inquiry. yu have
never turned over a sod ol earth, or planted even
a cabbage during the entire of your career. They
can. therefore, with perfect confidence leave the
public to infer under these circumstance, on which
side a "lack of judgment " on the fitness of a aite
for a garden, is more likely to be found.
Whether you or the managers can lay claim to
more exalted and disinterested motives for their
conduct iu relation to the affairs of the Society, is
a question on which some elucidation will be
found iu the lactthat whilst they have held on to
it, w ith untiring persistency, during all its vicissi
tude of fortune, the Treasurer's record, now before
me. proves that io" have not contributed one cent
to its funds for the last ten years ; having satisfied
vourself with the more economical and not less
I coiio-eiiial course of carping at those who have de-
for the purpose of pioviding h.r t voted quite gratuitously their time and energies to
stran-'ers. having become prac- its service ; and yet although not a member, or en-
I titled in anv way io meuoie w mi ue uu.ins. j..u
! assume the position of dictator general, with a right
j to censure and denounce il-s steady, consistent and
I disinterested friends and supnort-rs. Whether
! under these circumstances you or they are more
likely to be influenced by a Minster personal mo
tive,may also be hit w:ii.i perfect confidence to
the in-deal of public opinion.
You assert that the Liliha street lot contained
fifty acres of suitable land iu a good location ;
w hcreaa I find on reference to the original enrvey,
now also before ma, that its exact area is eleven
acres -Jl-IOD and was found on minute persoual
inspection bv Messrs. J. F. 15. Marshall, C. 11.
liishop. Dr. William llillebrand and others, to be
an awkwardly shaped strip of wretchedly poor
shallow soil, through a large portion of which huge
rocks protruded. and a small amount of deep kalo
land, and absolutely devoid or any one qualifica-
. r - .i... n'l... .i.,t.r
tion lor a garueu tor me .-oeie.j.. ..no
r.O.'l yerr.'. Ur si HnHrnihile Cimrnt.
"o'l Il'irrii JJi.sl t'uV,ji,rn'm ('msnl.
l. Ilirrt'.i Htsl 1'iifUni'd i.'imiut.
200 Jlurrt'v Krrsh i'lilifofniu JJme.
alx.v CI.M KNT:..i I I.I V! K ar imrth-ularlr r-c.mm-nd-d.
brim; ..f hft vux'.'v. and will be aold at PRICES MI CH
I. OH EH thai. etr,r flYr.d hre.
Gjo tin. toI1.LT lltl'CK.
ONLY FOUR LEFT!
Tun Wkatiikr. All the first part of this week
we have had calms and easterly airs, but on Thurs
dav the wind set in a fresh breeze from the South-
i these islands as a missionary. The exercises were
! ebised bv the singing of the verse "Snail we j , ,-,- ,.IWi:i,i1. we mav have another I American Government.
I . .. . . ... ....- i. t .lain, . . i" . ...I... .... ... , . ..r
wrn.se sou is are nguieu. .ic.ni ..... oi... ji., , ,. .I...110-I. as vet the clouds are chary of their ining respecting mc .lo.ies. mini. u, ..... p.-
- . . , , . ,
Consuls has been almost invariably to admit sick
foreign seamen to the relief of the Consulate, un
til within the last few w eeks, or since the arrival of
the present Acting Consul. Mr. Wilson. Now I
maintain that this gentleman has not only adopted
an interpretation ot the laws of the United States
at variance with the traditional usages of this Con
sulate, but utterly opposed to the spirit of the
I claim to know soine-
Tiie riRT Steamkr ron Cuika. On Tuesday
next, at nooo, January 1st, the pioneer steamer of
the Japan and Cbini lino will take hcr departure
from S.iu Fraucisco. The event has been long locked
for aod much talked ol during the pat year, and
now the day approaches for the start, which will be
hadud as an era iu tbe history of the Amerioan
1'acific slope. Lens than twenty years baa beeu the
period of the magio growth ol this portion of the
Republic, which, evtn to those who have been coeval
with, and part and parcel of it, stem almost in
credible. The bark D. C. Murray sailed on the 6th or 6th
of January for this port, and may therefore be ex
pected early in the corn'mg week, with the Eastern
Gold in New York had gradually declined, and
was quoted at the latest date (Dec. 20) at 182. Tbe
regular U. S. Govern t ent Revenue in gold amounts
now to two millions per week, and this fact, coupled
with the assurance of Secretary M'Cullocb ihat all
United States bonds will be paid in gold, tend to
inspire more general confidence in them, as well as
In the currency.
Wahisotos, Deo. 20. There ia no doubt Ihat
a consultation has beeu held between tbe Keprefceu
tatives of South Carolina and Republican Members
of Congress, respecting the admission of South Caro-
liua on the basis oi tne Vonsiituiiona. Auicuumru..
There is a very current rumor that the question has
been arranged. Ihe former plediog their aoceptanee,
provided there are no further conditions exacted.
Washington, Dec. 26th. Letters from Richmond
declare that the Legislature is uearly unanimous
agiinst the ratification of the Constitutional Amend
ment, aud the people of Virginia are equally anaui
mons. The constitutionality of the Civil Rights Law will
soon be tested in a case before the Supreme Court.
The case was made in Maryland.
It nnnears that llarvev. late Minister to Portugal,
draws pay regularly from the contingent fund of tbe
Secretary eewaru win prouaoiy
l-enorted bv the Hoard of Management to a general lw, c..u,a udoo to answer why the intentions of Con
public meeting of the Society on the 22.1 of Octo- j gs are disregarded.
. an.l in -'. ...- I .wtnri. an.
lUft Mr.RM A XT HI.K S I I.T.
t an r.-rr.d la. Cwra ...ir..n i re cm...-,
Ca- Unci -1. iVlt-.
lUrrtMi iMOry Mlt. Cae D-mon Syrup,
Caaes 'iwn.irl Olir Sm
K-f t'ru-le-d SiiBiir.
Mf!m Fori'tlehy f. BKiaKaato.
1 FINE V7RITING PAPER I :
"Mi: M l! K IIIF.K If.tsi l.tTEbV UK-I
L n.r. fr., rl.trt a.l Nr Vora .-lr,-t n.r.Mca of !
Vetr Superior Writiu? Paper!
Xln t-d Er.rtH.?! . f'..". M-trk't. Ucluliij
LKTTKIt PAl'KKI j
Ut C.Kicr Irtlrr p.ir. ruled anl onrul'-.L
Biue let jrt pa-r. ruWnl aial oiir..!.l.
tloe oCi.-tal di. . rud with wi-.r?in.
Tbin while do J ". do. Ak
Th.o while do. do. plain.
fjin white fc-.trr jw-r tt,r Kurtiiean corn-..-lence.
Watrr linr.1 (harrrd) W-tt- r.
4ck'1 I'.nl, I'l.tin, Mo and while.
M'H-ruiitg Wil-.r -ar, ruld and unru'rd.
m M.ua fi 1'ip.T, a,w a,., i'".-.. - - - - .
-jlfc, VW FAI-KHS I
-tViIi.k Cip. rulr-l and niruk-d.
J blue Uid e-.p, B..rut-.I.
So winq: 3la cliincs !
dv. ar,y ki.t.l of w..rk with atr.'i.x 91. tel..
TIIE WILLIAMS k OllVIS 5MOIIINE,
It ha'civrn K.-r(-ct aatii.fartin in every .ifctnce.
The m..iufactur of ih'4 m icl.ine h l-.-n Med hy au
iniunrtlon rrai.1.1 hv a f. 8s. C'.urt it. Iav..r f tin.vr llaker.
fatri.l ... ail. atrd to he ii.friusrd and 110 more will be ,,. wheels won't slop, and that the public will
I'ruujim nt-re .....
1 refuse to rain. The prevalence of! eminent towards foreign seamen who have shipped
erable Father, "Walt. waft, ye winds, his story. ; Ill.fl,..i,i v lemrthen somewhat the on board American whaleships. It has been my
. jt I IIII.1 Vl Itl'A Hit J'- ...
i Miss Lydia I'ingham. the t-ster of thu i-.iisiouary 1 .UQ,. ,.r ... . . iurrtni. now nearly due from I privilege to have had more or less cjlu-.ial inter-
I captain, c.uies out in the Morr.mj Stir. to open a ! i-nlncisco.
! boarding school for nativegnls in Honolulu. Capt., Tuiv
Sax Fkaxcisco Mint. The I
... .. -. . . ... t - n , .I.:,.
j course with an tne i.nueu -Mates cuumus i,
S. Government ! nort. from the days or I A. F.rinemade. Esq., down
Hurdett. formerly of the SmyrnUde. comes ; ht!,'ju,,.,y purchased a lot on which to erect a Mint, j to the present time, with Messrs. Hooper. Abell,
out in her as mate and sailing master.
Tun-ill, Alh-n, Angell. Ogden, I.athrop, I ratt,
Darker and Caldwell. I do not claim that all of
A Cooil Scwii.g .tlnrhinc for AIO.
550 2m Ai,.!y o-.n to C. HRKWIIU k Co.
IIcy eap. rutrd.
.loarr.in rap, enroled.
lb: jiIi,Ii, whin and Mu liid. I'tain.
Vy white n.n.nu:rcL.I ruU-d an.1 onrotnl.
BM a,y Mate rxmiuerraa! note. rut.d au.1 unruled.
Thara irory D te, plain and ruled.
3 n Snail hill. I pa-r, dain and ruled.
ii l w. .et lined Ibirml) n.K paper, variooa ixe
Fancy e.lwre.1 paper, plain.
CW d Frewh foney paper.
r n 1,1 no" p"i-v.
JI-o--jrrii o.e paper (with Initial letter atitnpea on a.)
M I si: K l. I,A X KOl'S r A lK its J
I' art a, white hi.1 paper.
1!M Inn t U (.narrow) -.!! papr.
Th.u white an.1 l.lua-cou-it current par.
Th.n whi.e and Mix aeronnt J paper.
Flit cap. white, ruh-d and plain.
hrmj white, rule.1 aial plain.
Medium, while, ruled and plain. .
K..J.U wlute, ruled and plain,
f h, .Irawinz pap.-r. vari.ww a.aea.
Tt.rj t ,ul an.1 .lrr i'.-- r, v.iri.M ptem.
Fr-oeh t.ws papers, of all col..rt, very choice.
Tr.iein pir. f, .Irwmc pl'..i d machiiarry. A.
V:,un trac.ns et.h. f.r drawing plans, of machimry, 1c.
Br..t.il F.trd 'f various sla-a.
Cray. to par frdraw.nw
Fr.uliim new and hook paper.
1'rit.ter rar.U U ail atylea, ti'' and patu-ro.
FrintT' eanl tMnpl. of all e hw.
Iiar.lw.re and Slanila piper.
IVat Knireli.l par.
Copy letter.hnok piper.
WL'd ami re.1 tl .ttine piper.
Tgrtber with fieri ather kind af Taper la ne.
ft heavy wj, ;te ..fri..e letter envel. pea.
BH heavy canary, buff and atraw letter e-Jt h.-.
Vaue cokl cote and letter envelope.
All of white note enel.,e.
Irra h oMoa Lulie tter envt-Iope.
t IKI., ... . f the end.
Xoorniog letter, mte an.1 r.Ecial enT.vp.
heavy white, buff and canary official enrclope.
line White fmir ln.1 kin. .Uh nL,nM.
rr1'" i7 ther Irtirle renairrd in the Statlon-
, crv Line.
; rJ0o bo Soltl by .A-ncti on
j At the Sales Kooia t.f II. W. Severance,
: On TucMldv, 15lh day of J;ii:uar) !
At 11 0-CI.k. A. M.,
' Ail ih'tl tnn t of I.-n-d in i"nn. Villi. y. cnlhd
' An.1 f.r the l.i,l n.ne year cm-t:tutin6 tl.
j Garden of llir Knal Ilawaiiao IgrirnltDral Society.
i Th luid eontaip ill arr. ly orrey, and e..c!ed in it
I are. i a lr;. tra.-t . f K .AI.O I. I', al.uiidaiiii.tr wat. rl
at atl - ' Nuu.nu stream, which run lhn.ui.-l t!ie
I entire lernrth. Ti e t-r uinU are ta:-fully laid ut with walks
' i..t arei.u . a.ul planted w.ih a 1ark-e coilevli.in -f train it'l-
; Tf.- and .-I r .l.. and are .linir.C ly a.ljpte.1 lor a .te f a
! ..riv.ite f - inr al undnntly upplid with a never fa.l-
1 e .u. i.lv -.f e..e.li.t wter. a i l aloul two mil'. from town.
' 1. nil. lino- to be commenced ns soon a the
. .. ...... . , ...... ..... : stt .... i.,ili4 the land to the General Government.
I1IUK-Il l-io iK'HT'" 'I"-""'"; ,.-i,.v
.l.ese Ult .. U.lt.r uimviimj ....... t- j
relating to foreign seamen ; as, for example, all
have not exacted the if :JG, or three months pay,
when even native born American seamen have
been discharged at this port, neither have all been
w illing to grant relief to foreign seamen sailing
under our flag, but a majority have done so. and I
have yet to learn thai any Secretary ol State lias
An exchange says of this purchase :
- . . ... . r , 1 : . - .1 T? : r. u .,M..,a
. . . ..... Th. 1 h .van ii.! on in corner 01 .,iim.ii hi n,n.
i not refuse to l.e c'.nsolcl. When we Slaie ' fl (wisc0i i,,o h purchan.-d of KnR.-..e Kelly for $7..000
; nre informed there will posliiveiy be 110 il-uamim and tl.e ne
GIFTS FOR ALL SEASONS.
i:emle.me 01 u
; .'.:ee this week, but that, cinuieiiciiig next week.
' its day of publication w ill hereafter be on Wedues
' tlav-i. It was .f course quite unreasonable to ex
' peet the government printing establishment, with
! the present small amount of public money w hi' l. ia
J devoted lo k'a p it alive, to overwork itself so hard
a to get out a paper of such grave importance as
the t'tiiz'Uf 011 Saturday an.l then issue again on
the following Wednesday. Oh. no! The change
in the day of publication is a good one. and may
help a little to remove some of the unpopularity
whi.-h ha long clung to -ihe organ." if the
editor will now exerci-e a modicum of the )iig.l
mci.t that one occupying his position is entitled to.
and present the publication of such slang and bil
lingsgate as has lately been seen its columns, ami
the threats of personal violence which it has lately
uttered, there is yet room to hope tl at the Ouit He
will exist tl.rVg':i another volatile at least.
..... l.inMiiiir will le two st(.n.- (ot fe-t) I.ilIi,
with a basement, ISO bv 'fio nieloMnR a conn yarn i.y .v
feet ; the whole to cost j.H O OOl). Coiirn s lin already appro
priated la!f ihat sura. It will soou be goint; up.
Stl.K ok Imi-oi:ti:i Hoiisks. We note the sale by
auction, on Saturday last, of two American car
riage horses, well matched, and sai.l to be ot goo.i ; c,.nsl,rt.,i tiu.m for K doing, or that any bills
pedigree, imported by Mr. J. J. Ayers. "1 hey were j f r fiuph men -,ave ,)(,eu r,.jt.cl0(i by the auditor at
not. however in good condition, not having yet j lh.v.irtwnU
become acf limate.l. Together wish a set of harness. , Con-,uls profess to be guided bv what is de
they brought $2".. Capt. J. Meek being the purcha- ; noInilatwl t,K. ,.Vn-lU,X Sut,.s Consuls' Manual,"
ser. One of these animals has 1 11 a famous race l can.tMj vxaIIlilu.d. Und I do not find
horse and won for his owners 11. years gone by. no : Uie worJ wl, al(.man or hu.j,, ; tbat book, hence
small sums of money. He was known as " Long , .nftr tat ourCollsuls endeavor to regu
Island." at,. their ofiicfal conduct towards whaleships by
Siniwi-KKKii-s. We are gratin.-d to se these le-j ,ie jaw rt.):lting to the Merchant Marine. In so
lieioits berries again returning to market after nn j ti,t.v limt exercise a so-ind discretion, or the
interim of nearly a year. They nre raised in the j wi.l-l.nian will not get his rights. For argument
late garden of the Agricultural Society, now Queen ! kl admit that the Consul may demand the three
Kmiiia's properly, and by natives living about j llloUlus' wages. ..r S3ti. of the master of a whale
there. It would seem as if the cultivation of them : stl;p p,,. discharges a (American) seaman,
might be' made profitable to the growers, as they j vow wJiat j3 ,i1(J result ? and what was tl.e result
W AIM KS
MA a 0.1 old rich ami poor.
and other btu.litne
..!. ca I'.-etry, Love, lm.c, Il.uiance, He-
IN SEARCH OF NOVELTIES!
An Assortment Now Opening!
j PJBIS I-M0 AMI FAV OKK,
I Cnttsntirj in 'rf of
,3 1 FT IHXKS. of every diraMe style, and pri.-e, in-
clu'tinz rx h U uud f. .: Morocco
Anions tie tr.
; Ii.i:i,.i.. kc, ke.
JL VEMI.K It.ll"s The (l.ust and tiiot varied c-!i-ction
of nilertairiiu? Juvniiea ev. r .,tVr.-d here.
t IIILI'KF.VS CoLiiKH' TOV HOOKs, cloth and par.
i pIloTotiKAI'II A Lltl'Ms lacludi-it all the latent ftyle,
i richly b.irl and ..rnameutrd with painted and en.lM-1 e. !.--.
P. ,'ket Alnuma . The aortment is unequalled in variety and
taMe. rric-4 from 1 to i'J.
, plloToOKAI'lIS. lu!l :ii, pi-vn an.l colored, suitahie It
j frn.i:i. A variety of lr.nu- a!, . :i hand,
j piiiiT.-fiUAPIIS. fnmed in r.mepwtout.
i C A KT V.i l.K VIsIl K. a e..;!.-ction of over l.OuO.
. I'BAXti'S (iiUKI I1 CAUI'.-. re; reci.t.i! B'rd, Roe.
; FioweW, Aiuuiuu Le.ves, Ac. 4c. The aan.e in A hu.u..
) G..LI. I'K.N AXI I'l.M IL CASKS, of L. roy Fairrhild
' nnrivatle-I o.ke. Ti e as.liuei.t rtubraeea ca f .r Udie
and f Me men.
KMIKAVI.VJ-i AM. FHAMEIl PKTl REs m cl.oce col
i Ua-t.on of plain and e.,1- red. Al-., Firture Frame and G'.a-.
lu.XKsi OF TOV A I I'll A HI TS. Iiict.-J Map, c. Ac.
TKAN FAIIKNT SLAl I"? for .lrai:nr, ke.
1 paIXT I5.1XFS. X vari-.n ''r- a:.d quality.
CIIES MKN AS I I:.lKI'-. v
LADIES' IVUTFOLIor" and Traveling Vt ritinB Ca-.
j PERSONS IS SEARCH OF
Tscful, Dur.iblr Articles for (.ifls.
WILL I0 WELL TO
Examine the Assortment at the Bookstore of
H. M. tVIIITNK.
liv.wK.T.: Amnns. ur "Fhiinny Fhellow
has sent us some extraordinary productions of his , can always soli all they can raise, and we have j during the quarter ending Dec. 31, lShfi? This
genius, which he ha the temerity to denominate known theui to dispose of from five to ten dollars 1 was tllU faCt ,-. Consul collected SDC. apiece from
ns " Fir.-t class original conundrums." No one worth a day. about two hundred seamen (I do not pretend to
I-ikk at Kai . I.y the s nooner r.mrinie. wiiicu ; sUt, tl.0 t.xact number, but have the impression it
arrived yesterday from Kau, we learn that the j was on(, -n,n,irc.j and ninety-six.) This would
dwelling of Capt. Crane, (who was absent at the j atn((,u to over $7.0')i. He refunded probably
time 0:1 his vessel.) w as destroyed by lire on the j ai(0t 0ne third part of this amount to seamen,
evening of the 2.S1I1 of December. It was set on rightfully claiming the drawback, hence there was
lire, as no one was occupying it at the time. The ! j(.rt ; the Consulate three or four thousand dol-
will doubt their originality :
Whv is the (J"rol like a ball not half finish
ed? Decau.-e she has not jet tome lo the Sind
"Why has the American I'on-rress treated the
I. M. ! S. Company sciirvilv? 1'ecanse it has ap
parently given them the 00-.7."
The above are bad enouirh. but the following
sugirests a symptom of insanity iu the perpetrator :
Whv were the people of Honolulu, last week,
like a e'rav beard netting dyed in Wilkers. n's bar
ber sllop Deca.i-e th-y have been constantly
saying 'Color, ah t?o.'"
A 1'iu T.vno Fak-ii. At Waikiki there is a large
taro patch, cent lining ten acres, called " Keokea.'
to make w hi. h Kamehan.eha I., summ .t.e.l the en
tire population of this island. Since his time. Keo
kca has lain follow, until Kam. ham. ha V. resolved
to replant if. prep 11 atory to which one hundred
hogs were turned in. enclosed with a fence, and
.i...e thoroughly rooted un tl.e grass am. weens.
her. IS.'.", the then President, Mr. J. F."15. Marshall,
in the Chair, when, on full debate, the following
resolution was unanimously adopted :
1. Ketnh ed. That the Board of Managers be and are hereby
authorized by the Society to select, negotiate for, and purchase.
Charleston, Dec. '6. Colonel Wetheiby, Siafe
Senator, entrusted with an informal communication
to the 1'rcHideut of the United States, has returned
from Washington, where he had long and highly
iy in iii((.niic uu pu,vv t ... . , . ....... .....
uch a tract of land as to them may seem adapted toa uuraery gratifying inierv.ew wuu tuc .ev..,o !
rard.-n, and to sell the land piveu to the Society by the govern- quertion of restoration, and kindred topics, IU Which
ment f..r this purpose, and lo apply the proceeds to the pur- I President Have it a his deliberate opinion, that
chase of a new tract better adapted to the Pur,.e ; and are , i 8 . -...-, ,lieir LeaialatQreS.
i IUQ a7W . J -a an -
should reject the proposed Constitutional Amtud
Hlo empowered to exjien.1 such sum of money a may be neces
sarr to enclose the same, and employ a gardener to take charge
ol the sarue. '
IIcnce.it is manifest that, however it may suit
your purpose to denounce the managers as "hav
ing all their own way " and "sacrificing the inter
est of the Society to their personal views, " they
had. at least, the entire confidence of the Society
itself, to whom alone they were nmenable and who
are alone responsible for all that was done in the
The purchase of the "swamp or bog," as you
call it. has not yet been completed, and cannot be
without a vote of the "society at a general meeting
ment. but in such terms as not to give offence to
those who are urging it upon loc jsouin. ims action,
he believes, would be sustained by the Supreme Court
of tbe Uuited States; at least he had reason to hope
Washington. Dec. 26 It is ascertained from an
official source that Minister Campbell has been in
structed to remain in New Orleans for the present,
in order to await further instructions.
Between thirty and forty Congressmen will accept
about to be specially called to consider its pro- i he -in.i,at-on 0f the Conductors of tbe Southern
prietv. and at which you can. by becoming a mem- j ijp,,,,, t0 vi.',t New Orleans during the holidays,
her. qualify yourself to attend and state your views ; Conres8 adjourned on the 20th of December, not
nn the subject. In the meantime you will confer a I mpet u,u janunry gj. During the recess
favor on the managers, if you wadl point out the , 4Q nierober8 will take a trip throngh the South
other "more eligible sites,' which you say can ! M f.lP n9 ew Orleans.
be easily obtained.'' in order that their respective VtWi popil,ar candidate for
iiie.ii.T .. - .7 i ' Senator from JNew iorx rtate io succeeu o.-naior
J. Mo.vTiiOMKity, Pnsideid.
Harris. He is, strange to say, the favorite of Demo-
building an.l contents, furniture and clothes w ere j j.irsl for hospital purposes, to the credit of the ;oor
destroyed. The lo.-s is i-f-oO or S l.OoO. suitor! Under these circumstances I should really
. think a liberal interpretation might be given to
Fi.i:soxai Among the passengers by the Ktlan . ,, aW:1 0f the United Stat'-s relating to foreign
.U.Y was Mr. Hubert Dai ry, a temp, ranee leeturer. ! seanu-n. c. . r-
nil.a .... fl... Islands. He s-o long. I,o ev e. . as tt, i ..... . .-,a..s ..
who will r. iuaia a lew m
is a member of the California Temperance Legion,
formerly known as th. Da-haways. an.l is also a
W'orihv Fatriareh in the society known as the Sons
of Temperance. At an early day we trust that the
public will have an opportunity to hear Mr. Dawy.
Milton I.'vljrr sailed at 0
ment. through its otlici.il and Consular Agents, re
fuses to provide for nil seamen sailing under our
Hag. an appeal must be made tv the benevolent
people of Honolulu, but especially to the ladies,
lie patient ladies, and in due tini" I hope you will
be relieved from the burthen of supporting those
poor sailors w ho may j islly claim the relief and
proiectij;i of the Govci i-um-iu of my country.
Much more rni-rht be written setting forth the
o'clock F. M.. on Saturday last, for Cain 1 ran. isoo. jst c'.anns of those sailing under the i. r.ite.i .-iai-s
fn1t,ii r-liannel. . lia. and Sl.en.ling their lives o enricn .vtiiei icati
We shall not attempt to reply in the same strain I crnts a8 wetl M ludicals for the position, and there
to the characteristic billingsgate and personality j9 little doubt but that he will be elected,
which pervades the above communication from the ' New York, Deo. 17. Justice Morrill has issued
first line to the last, although there is ample room ! orders -.pplicn Z
for dealing with the wut. r with seventy. We will c ,, MurrftTi z. j- Sio.mons. William L. Simmons,
merely set him right on one point, as he appears to Jacob Banch, D. L. Reed, Benj-imin Wood, Jacob B.
be iitterlv i'-norant of the Society's doings in early : La.uieief, John McGee, Antonio Nathan. William
years. That the government granted a consider. Ward. Willi.. Crolt.E. W. Hula. Oac.r Clark.
- b , " , i all of whom the Sherill is directed to bold to bail iu
able plot of land fifty acres more or less ts ap- ; of 8f0)j0 cach lhe orJeP of arpwtt WM
parent from the language of Jaa. F. 15. Marshall, ! raliU.j on affidavit of Neleon B. Udell, who deposcH
I-q., iu one of his addresses, from w hich w e quote : : tbat during tbe two years last past, he baa lost fcoa.
I have made several application at the oGee of the Mini- 000 at the different lottery and policy shops kept and
ter of the Interior, for permission to select the jiftycre nf . maintained by the abOe defendants.
land, that were oevotrl n me years ince by a law parsed f .r Tje y, ru J't Washington Special Sayt Col. Stover,
rAeryr,-W j --o has redely reiurned to that city from Salt Lake
the land has not till ..w been ready fcr selection." : City, report that many outrages are being perpetra-
This certainly is definite enough to satisfy any ted on tbe Gentiles by Mormons. Bngbam louog
one except the Frcsident of the Agricultural So. ! has eworn vengeance on them and his followers were
.! zealous in their persecutions,
ci.-ty, (to whom probably it will be a piece of pAVlB Vco 21 The Moniteur Du Sotf ssys all
news.) that the government allotted " fifty acres'" tne 8tepS ,aTe bpCn taken for the eVacuation of Mex
and not merely "eleven acres and 41-lOOths" as . ico by the French troops en matte.
stated by him. The truth will become apparent
by and bye. perhaps, that the nine-year president
has some things yet to learn, and that he has prov
ed himself not the most qualified person that might
be selected to manage tl.e affairs of the Society
If anv other proof were needed, the above letter
taking the eastern route.
It is now ag".in planted with taro. and the question Among the passengers were J. J. Ayres, Esq.. late
is bow many calabashes ol" pel at 2j cents each l
I".;.; sTV.vonf.ivtr.v. Henry Cor;iwc!i. Tq.. of
Waikapu. has caused to be laid on our table an egg
..I Shanghai' origin, which d-serves. special men
tion, as it measures nearly b n inches around, the
longest way. We hope to hatch out of it one or
two extraordinary chickens, if the hot weather con
tinues three or four weeks longer:
editor of the daily lUrnld, nnd his family.
Nkwspapokial A.vntAfV. As an example of the
mistakes to which reporters are liable, the follow
ing affords a notable instance. A man was kicked
by a horse in San I rancisco. ihe l,nlnn give
the name as YVrnev. tl
McNerney, the Flnj Nemy. the li"on McNeary.
sjy'i. C. Damon.
:.amen "a Chaplain.
yoxoi.ri.r, January 10. 1st;".
Sin: I feel it my duty to correct a misstatement
or mistake, in your notice in the last number of
vonr paper, of the cultivation and intended fencing
77;ir Nerwev. tl.e All and planting oi tne lot oi lano. n.inerioau t.usigui-
ly waste, in front of and makai or the Court House,
which yon say you understood to be under the
I.ioiit W'iMis. The schooners Anni
which sailed for windward ports on Monday last.
were in plain sight from town :i th
there having been only very lii
Fast during the niuht.
airs from due
! FcsERii. of a Fikkmax. A native member of j direction of the "Managers of the Agricultural
Engine Company No. 4. named J. Kapule. died on ; Society." who have really nothing whatever to do
Monday la-t. and was buried on Tuesday, from the i with it. and have no responsibility in the matt, r
Catholic Church, of which he was a member, the j That measure has been the subject of earnest soli
funeral being attended by deputation.- from the citation on my part wi.h all who have held the
' different Fire Companies. c flice of Minister of the Interior for the last twelve
New York, Dec 20 The steamship Jltltataint,
with dates from. Southampton to the 12th inst., has
The London Timet Dublin correspondent aaya Ihe
Fenian lenders are so far checkmated thut none hut
madmen would raise the Fenian flag. A close search
for Stephens ia being made.
The police have been armed with breech-loaders.
Artillery was to be stationed at Dublin Castle.
Additional regiments have hiin sent into Ireland.
Ijirge quantities cf powder have been seized at
various puii.s. Arrests are being made continually.
Some of the prisoners had Greek fire in their posses
sion. The Scventy-irst French Regiment has left Rome
Paris. Dee. 24. Napoleon accorded an andienoa
A Chriatmns- Nuroriae"' at tvouoin.
Mi:. KoiToii : May I beg bufKcient space in your
columns, to do what Hawaiian country pa-tors are ;
! not, 1 fancy, overburdened with calls to do, viz.,
I to acknowledge with cordial thanks a very hand-
i some "Christmas present" of nearly two hundred
dollars from our little band of foreigners, to whom. '
by request from themselves, it has been my privi- ;
lege to minister in tl.e gospel, during the paet year. ;
Our lil'.'e band. I say, fur the sum total both of ,
older settlers and of those connected with Kohala yesterday to ex Minister Bigelow, to present General
plantation gives lis the low figure or less than : l.x, bis successor.
twenty F.ngli.-h-spoaking adult males. Neverthe- General Dix's remarks referred to the long stand
. . , i , , i . ' inz. ancient international aru'.'y which existed be-
less it is a large und generou.) band u h'aris are , " r.1 -, .d thu
00 tween the people and Government of r ranee anu iuo
men. ptop-e and Executive of the United States.
This is the second Christmas which, in lik: man- . n,e Emperor replied, thauking General DiX in a
n.-r. has brought us a valuable ' present." That1 very agreeable manner. His Majesty said: " The
, " . , ,. , . , , : i,;Htr,rical reminiscences lo which you refer as having
of last vear was not publicly noticed, nor indeed ",lrjr,c' reu.....-ce. vc r. or-- ,. Iha
- . ' . . . . . existed from an early date between trance and tne
would this be but for certain circumstances which : i;n;te(i g,ates constitute a sure guarantee tbat no
seem to call for it. for no one of the kind and i misunderstanding will disturb the friendly relationt
ncighborlv contributors would wish publicity given which prevail between the two countries. The on
to an a.'t supposed to be simply local in its tinuance of a loyal and sincere J-J;n
. " tween the Goveriimebts will be of great advantage to
bearings. the injustry BDd commerce of both countries, the
Yet 1 cannot help adding that the tnanimr in , inhabitants of which already aatonith the other por-w-hich
this germ of a forei i community ban been lions of the world by the marvels of their enterprise."
.J5 6o- F-rEaleby II. M. WII ITXEV.