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a lia aahXt. A-ih'iT i HurHm't mm alaar
lha aetr tkrtm mt I VUim, mkh U faUy n " "o .
la U.M pr aieul f 1T4 . al at U n thn? ia a pne
i rnin - l la atotaljua cxrn.
amuki atO 1 l nw K"l, akirl. a daiy j
f U ct pr 1M lta. fwi-jM, at knMt . r layraranc,
arkaii at. tkC cfurr atiwt k aVtlarU.!. I alii am- ;
thine atua aWaatt a kaawa, M kjf4.' araMkWr H aaaac a
HDliat ka ltv 4ark. Tka Jraa t Ik rt
atrar-rntWM. majaWlra a t kiua, loila. Ja. ai.afcl
kailirat that mrk a tmyttn( airkd aa la limxtttm pwxum
ualO ai I m naiiMii nrniH '
Miiiiwi hIs xnn'Vuwl, llvak Uw rk:c Lai! a .
a i iai I aa pnn-am ,non.ii.vs 2itl JK.
KI TS at.-ll if arlrf'i w -ty rfc-r,L It kaa ,
auiaUiaril a auif rat ptif :. t ciyM aaaalha. Ia IVnt i
la rata cri aaa a a lutar. awl aa alar ia ivpurtrd lo
lar Eaat ballva. Tka piavta tar llaiaiua tic tlx axt .
ais atna'h- ia katcr Huta U kJ tva - jam,
Cax. kaa avIlaMCni, ami aw H-UJ aa Srm Yutk Jaljr li ;
W a-(Tat aa anora laal Ik aialilalifat "I oina la kacaanuiij
Ttia Irasarat. flw Uai aaarnl kaalrl Aaarriraa qaartrra ,fiernoon, brirOght a heavy mail, comprising the
kar k. ea. lata kala. Ham-roL. aaU pa-a a. e-io. , hw ,ai:j ,LWh ,eft New York. June 1 .
la Zut'um.t atal Eorooa anrfc aa act aa lae ataiUala of .,,. ,i t . i i.
aaal U.taMxrT la an taJirt-kla atfeaa. auj . aoxh. V, 1 ' f the largest ever brought,
a aa km. Tkr ara dlaara rmmch acta at- eaail abiaia , There can he no loubt that Maximilian has been
ah, tf aVifaaBm will anly nannr in tnlix-im- them j shot. Hani as Lis fate hai ltn, and cruel a-i it may
tola- aa-- tVala at moor 'aatl awat kcuav allU aw aa mxm ,(J UJ) gjtatora. it i the only expiation which
K.r, a-4 tk. mul, MabW. t . Melk.an ,e wot,., U9tcI1 to. i.iiuai-n en
Tka araoaa-r ilaaaaaa Ixmrriy th .ti aaraa) wturk i 1
amaarf jaatorOay tra Ja KiHC.a Coaip, Uinfa a axr t,!1 Mexico with his eyes oin to the fact that if
3&t karrala af cmaial ail, 4.0UO CjCnaaula. 3 tuna kcbe!e ; unsueceirtful in his revolutionary pn.ject, no Other
tar, aaa. af aU ak, a k afc. r, he. hh ka : Mpecte l. Tlie Mexican Jople looke-1
W -oeU-' aoJ " " to ew' ! upon U m as an inva ler. and they demanded his life
Ta llaaauaa kri CA.aai Pack,! arria1 aw lk 23.1, i ' the aacnnce.
tlaia (nam Ilunfkaax with a full cargo af t'Uinrar nda coo- The report by the telegraph of a movement at
aHaaJ to Mmn. ;baa lloow Cav Tbia carga wiB b ' Washington, toward a purchase of these islan b-,
tWrH at aactka. aoaa. Tk Wt will k dcairWd br itea j tbwugh crelltol to one of the most reliable pars in
' iCMTiraWr., frau SUa rciwa, U.. a aaU j Xw York e "" w5,LuUt M7 foundation iu
raryanf aaaurvnl awfrbawtiae, aaj a caaaaad to Mraara. II. ; fact. Mr. I Urns, the Hawaiian Lutoy, was in
llaraMal H) ill r I urn la Ike aatu p.a-1. ! Washington in July, but we do not think he hill
Crooa B-mbam Jan 14, i4a"a iATfi ta Mcaara. C Bnrwcr A C k r ," "'
AJ Ira Eoror. aka. rryan lha aailina; af la R. C. tUaZh We Ju uo ,loubt Le Wou11 the respon-
ITfUu, fmm Bcrura, Mj SI, aoJ Ibc Gavataaf fruaa Lirer- kibility cheerfully, if ilicline-l at all that way. The
pout. Juo 1. rejM.rt has undoubtelly leu set afloat to get an ex-
Tka c,at. Iroaa B.um JUy 4, ana to A. J. Pr, Iras ; pre-sion of fmblic sentiment upon it.
Near BvUaanL Ma S9JL kav krftire bean (rpnrtol. Taiaiaaa . . , . ,
. , ... , . . .. i A commercial or reciprocity treaty of some kmd
n nalTjr im1 await of wrcbant ahlia IX lha fall araaiai. I .... , ....
Tk bark C.l,u anJ the bi Wdlm4 are kotb oo the hM P"'' ,lrawn I. ld fore the Wash-
bmk ( Sao Frauciacik. j inglon Cabinet, and perhaps received its sanction, as
COMMERCIAL IT CVS wIjo,e "-' ter Iia.1 alreo-ly been fully discussed
Caaao or Waut raoa CaLiroasia to Cairaoo via I fT 'en Gen. McCook was there. The AiiMlican
Faaacs. A riv(tn ata-at rrn.iiy aaulniuil ihrooick i Government w undoubtvlly dl-ixiscl to favor these
Myracaa aba-b aricluc.ll; abi.4 fra aa Frauriaca i ... .
Fraar. aatl bruagbi na-iar tn Srm York aatl arat t (!-(. ulands by entering lu to a more fru.-udly treat V, but
I lu a a vrf rwvai Ulaalralaaa of la aunaaia raania-la
waara caaaaaercw i
atra (aaba tar kaU ll ta D1
tkat ahfcaaMa uf araia fruaa Calita-oia. tu llUnuia. br war
f F mac, will WciNaa ftmeral.
Krrwa 1 tat I'airca rtrTK. The Marrk Dnm
brt i la Arrirultaral Harcaaa. caalaiua a lara tabi aaowii
tae aaaih r. ala aal prica af Ht aik ia rack aT Ik Mab.-a
af tike l ailcal auk, from which wvcatl Itar f.41ii. I.Hala
WBara fm-n lb abark and
na aaioe aw Krbru.r 1, iwvf :
7I1S. Mua-a. .,Tsi; value ,
HT 9i- aio j 'fj ail s
llorara. A. 1,23; aahar. 4J.
f TS.aV. 4. Calll ami mira.
Caianaa laaiea.Toa Tbti.a o. ike ibinrae ua
ib er.a.- ia ci.inf; m, b-tr M.lrri,Hi.l axu- ;
arrul aiwiiy wub t'l.iaa, ami tb erwin lucrum "!
ra.ap aa.1 natiral i waw hta.- in lb m Tii-ifv'iirif g arxl '
laaal baibliac kaa a ainfaiur aanl t ibram. The b-adna of I
pabU arMiaw aa l'allaa mnm alnn.te fair Irralaa-iil U i
the (fcub-a) rirtmia, mml uku pmiim u, .r lhat lhr,
caai auarkavat to lb. ir .. oamiry. fnaa which lhy
aer tranakr ib-ir ailir U rrbvli-aia, aaal I- whm h lucy arvrr '
faU ta man, atar ar deal, a autBciral guaranty a auial Ibrir
ptt'ILat" 'Unirt C""Mi ck""ni ,aU ""rntu j
TZT1 TTT' TTTTTrrZ !
Fa fairia Pit fkiaa Packrt, ann. I
Faa haaa , K -1 ,r Iwaaa farbct, MiaaUy. j
... . .Tf" tt.?J,?U'Hr. i
Jaty 20 itmr Kilaura. SlKirrf fr.ma WUnlward rrt.
ju Mrbr fcvai Law. Ci-au. fr.na Maati.
ii-J kawanrw.'kVyaiada. fr Windaard fsata.
Hl "cb Lawlua. fraaa llawaa.
il rvtir lb-bra, K.avati-r, fa.aai MaoL
W aAin. baa Maaa.
a-4" Mrtl.la. Ilariiaaav. IVm Hawaii.
Sb-js-fc, Amir, Baabmrk, (paa) Hawaii.
'fj? tffW' t"" M"-
a-hr Ma. trnna Kauai.
Z Kr ba M.O. V tlhur. In mi ManL
UutZ-1 t"" rrXrt- U''"l-U' Maayfra
" " ia-. a-m KauuL
S4V rvi v r . .N . kaTf k aai.
2 a brig WwalUnd. 1 1 afcay fnaat laa Franei-aavii.
X4 Am rtipra-r ahip White rla allow, Kauafcra, 14 day a j
(Wan Sua I'nararn.
53 hr Kaaia. Ibiarant. trnra Hawaii.
2i Kcbr N-lti. JaVmll, hinnry. fcnta KaauL
-rtr Wfaswirk. Ilak-aaalw. fmasa W.aaai.
54 4SVb M.inal. Aaaaw. Ir m Mmu.
I Mrk haia If. t ran, fmra Mal.
HW IU a brig Bl -.aa. trm lb b.ingaaull llart.t.
1 SVh hantaia-. A.luaia. Iran MobAaa.
rafair Rilitora, M.M-grr.. fmaa ualwaril Porta.
1" Vhr Mn. rm. b-m H.iwaiL
-b HVWa, tUibaatk-r, fn.ca Malikia.
July aORnsal J vrht Kaavail. A.h.a.. O M..kaL
TI Mm Kibxa-a. M-t;rv.-. I Waalward Prta.
2 rvb Km . fnw. r Mani,
SM tbrkf fM Ft-Dow. flararv. Hawaii.
""ar MrI.U, llatmaiav. II iwwi.
'a arh Ib-b-n. aVateatir. Mm
-" al sarnt Kaawila.. A.Uaaa, I f ML.AaL
br l4.s I t fcjwO.
4 rVh Mara F.IWn, A rmt, M ariL
bark t'lanrt, Falv. t-r r.a Franriacu.
r.iaa-linr. I .wnU-rt. lUaiaii
b r.-br Ka M.A. Wilbur. Maui.
Sa rvhr . Wabin. ti Mm.
' rvhr Vb M-4.K.U.
b-lr Ihnw, t M. bab
b-Vhr Mar. Mlw, ivaiial,
4 rVhr V a 4- kan.ii.
S-rVkr Aan. W-A. t r KattooUwe.
Hi fVhr Artl. , .aH.
Mchr Manni.hawaa. Anbaie. ( Mm
Ravoar raoa Baaa rtac-C'apL Ktnuh at ahalinat bark
TUa frnm AM-twbaa laUarl naW dale of March li.
that k had pnl In tht-rt to ivptare hta au.in-t.'p-inaat. bast ia a
Pi. Ub-a 100 .p. ain b-a'lng IlnraaWa. Ala...
"P 200i Dk anchr aa.1 .K) faOvxaaa chain. Repnrla
hrta Cotnt at A-a-iiaina, cb-ao, II ar llavaxo. At bbU .p., Jaa.
Kaary 1 M ap.; nitlcrra aad awn all a-O.
f 4 s CM. Kits.
Fbw a rasaviarn Per Wondiin.1. Joly ziuJ J Ty- '
Iw, Heary Mrt;n, J II Baaw-k 3. ' " L
r on Ha a riawiarA v. 1- r rM --n
r ad Mr Waatlan.1. Mr Lntnra. .Mr SVhrauaaala.lter. Mra J II
Black ami a. i Jlrl'ntrui, Mrs Frreaaaa. .M.a Freemaa.
. -, . aaawaaa 1 a, a a aaiairia a.
Faow Hassan.-Per t h.na Parket. July 34 Tac I
- kl th-ian, CUo CVa, A aeon Pa, au
arawa- nrismsc, Mt aVsaaaaa-ra, Mf Lamlera la.
. AUial 1
Tm V li4R rAMtn rta-r R.U-rm. Jul W ?
sawtka aar.aV A a .k. 11. u a . ....t.a. W IAS sViaV..
Mr fraratewiJaaTi ,a7l"Mr. I'iaii Uaya-r. ii
(ialiaik. T Alraaoder, D M-rai?arr?. Kc II Parker.
S t.li 4 Bt-ir. 1 awl 4 rk wicr, 2i rhra-
I v-r fc- auind. iM c riiW-T. 1 f a H. 1
r (Hilars, 1 1 b Mt, 1 (ranitr Hi kf a- ur.
4 r airnc. 1) aain, 3 bi raaliiitfv. 1 r iria 1 lM
frw tti tU Liv. ! ( rak --. - Aft.
$! m I 1 c-in, 7IkvU. luiii Ul'.a t.trti.
Iwlr tf. . --C1--. likiiiiiJM.lblnw. 1 ft
Vt. mf. !! tt tr. li r t ulbi(. lio t. 1m
m-v. I - ;.Liu, 4 C -rt 141 - bU, jlu4 V uc.til
raa 'LSiai Ritii-Pff'tHlj. Jaljr 21 ti M ft rl
Ft f F Hflrn Pt r-n, J.jiy 1 V. l ic
Aimii Wix-o la II 4u.t, wllxiU rirt.i:i. J'i!
Jfh. hr R-t. II. II . rW--i, Mr. lijuu L Ao-ui l
ETna W-mA. 1 'f c.l .
I if im It tK. . Ju!i li, WiUta l.iii ll "n.
r.1 -, a rutit' n-- -1 I iwli iwl r-.l-l hrr 6J r.
u a rtfii.! r ..r U B-lh-H I fcurrh. 11 j furv-ri Ur
altulcil ilif. M. llu U fr hia Utc rvaxlrurr, Notia U
iluLI l K'4-, K hi ii, July 21. C Av biiinna,
C 34 jra, a aaiit'f Murtn, Cai.l r r-iUirf, 8Urf.
:v--m t tiio ioi'iiiiitr
The k'tluuta returne'l this morning from windward
u. m. s. m. uuh.. .w .
K. S. FUjrjr, ami T. J. ku. She will lay up during
the coujing week to clean boilers, iiC, and resume
her trip on .Mn 1 y, Augu.t .
Hh Mje.itt tlie Kio aiTivel in the Aimaie,
esly'a tisit is n-jrtI be iu connection with import-
ant atite buiineML
The Latkum-m mma returnel on Kttunlay Ia.it from
Iliwaii, living int siue iLiys at Ililo, toin hing on
the return at KealakeaWua and Kuilua. While at
Ililo, Oen. Mcl'oi.k, ("apt. KtynoMs and a number of
the ctTi;er of tlie ship attrudel a meeting of IU-v.
Mr. Coon's congregation in the large church. The
eLSce was crowdol. and the nereides were of a nwt
iutertmting aixl gratifying character. Urn. Mcf.'wxk.
a.cviuiitiiiil by Itufu.4 I.yiuan and several of the olii
cera, vtsitel tlie great crater of Kilauea, which VM
very active at the time. The Lark-im-am leaves
again on M.tLy or Tuewlay on a cruise westward.
The brig HWoa , which arrived on WedneaUy
whether the sanction of Congress can be secured re
mains to le seen. Tlie only advice as yet received
are those quoted and referred to iu our San Francisco
We notice an item of general interest in the state-
uient that the LKrectors of the Great Western Tele- i
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graph Comjiany have decided to accejt the provir .
'f the Telegraph Law, itiwl by Congress, !
Under this law the UoV eminent acquires the right to
purd,. the lines and proiK-rty, and to assume the
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wuoie cofliroi 01 ine (eiegrapn. jue result iui uc
what it is becoming in Furope, a popular institution,
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eontrollol by Government, for the lose and lne&t of
the people and press, just as the mails and post
routes I10W are.
Congress, as will be seen by our foreign news, met
on the 3d of July, and took up the consideration of
tlie reconstruction a-.-t. An amendment will be passed
defining more cleirly the J lowers and duties of the
mliUrj co,nn,anders. The sesaion will probably Hot
continue longer than July.
Kegariling the iuiiachiuent of IWident John-on,
it is not likely that anything will be done. It is
atAfail that tiiirf Justice lIiaM has exnrr-sel the
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opinion very partively that the impeachment move-
' nM.nl wa pne of gre:tt folly. I le expresses no opin-
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un as to f ta.-ts deel-pel, but only as to the policy or
j th exm-nt. tnle there is more cause than now
exists, not hing further will be done.
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1 P to the latest alatca fn.ru Fiigland. the reform
'bill ha. I not finally tKtsse.1 P.trlUmeiit, though on
- each amendment pn-wsed by the Liberals, the Mill-
t intvn W(,n y , Mua,j Bukj,,rity There is no doubt
j that the bill in some fonu will pass.
A rath.-r curiae item arr among the latct tel-
egram.a, v 12 :
Iiapoa. Jul 10. n inirtnt t-l haa rn r-erica-.l
' fraa lb Kunaiau I .Ui.l with rord In Irrland. It ia ail
' drriaa.il to lb !irr.a.b ail" lb I aila-d Kialva atl Frncr,
; wb. arc rtitaratd to call lb atiilna a.f their a.crsuua-tila
lo alar a- 1. 1 1 . . .tat i.f aXatra in In-tand, and ar iiaaf iu. u-d to
rr.f . ua ll..l In ilf n4f.aa 4 h K it ..An 1 atxraa-l In caa
d.liwn ui Uuat I .land iiiiiP-. a iu.u.ry lb art f lb
lisrrnmaiil i4 Kts.ia. France aud Ua I baled iHalra, iu
c.wijuurlao wilb l.rrat Uritaao.
To understand the above, it ahouM be statcl tint
I aaut July 1, the Uritisb Government had pnposel
' an In.pr.17 in the condition of affiira is Crete, to which
the Turkish Govcrnm ut repliol that it could take
j care of ita owu aifiirs. Tills pnpoe-l inquiry into
, Irish matter appears to I a cool diplomatic Joke to
liT-et the Cretan invatigation.
The newa receil yesterliy fn.m B'lt irit.iri. the
! scetie of the murder of thn-e Hawaiian sailor l-el.mg-ing
to the t'ftd, U calculated li excite intent indig
; nation ag-inst tbawe savage.. It appeum that instead
of burying the nmrlerel a--ulir, tlie natives roast a-1
an-1 ate their anm and litutis, thus exhibiting the
intensity of their hat re-1. When told that a war
easel liiight le sent a..wn by the IIiwaiLtns to pun
. ish them, they repliol 44 They all the same as we
Kanakas tliey got lo war ships." It must not be
. forgotten, that when the whole t. ry of this Uutari
tiari mnrler ta known, the ease may appear in a dif
ferent light, and the King of that il and mty not be
wholly to blame. It is avid that his wife or sister
1 was Liken t tfby the Pftil against his remonstrances,
aisl that this act eauel the murder of the men.
An article translated fmm the iTuokoa will illus
; trate the warm feeling of the native population as to
the way their rights are guirded in the Police Court.
diMini-tion should ever be made between a native
and a fireigier in court decisions, ia favor of the
The ta-aiptation to do so is often great.
Tlicre will pnJiably lie no opportunity f..r sa.-n.ling
A mail t. S.n Francisco the pn-ser.t week. The
Cr'ftti't and China i'aektt are ladh lutvling, and
will aail in eight or ten aLiys.
The next niail from San i'ranciaco will not le flue
f'T two wrrk- -It least, say AugUrt IO 1.1. .y ,he
rltpprr ship It Jitter.
.fl the entrance o( the harbor, from .M.ih.kai at j " rl"c ' - W """ -umui- - . . f , , . . . . P"" e poriawi tort.,
. , , ,.- , , ,t.. i -. fal l.iviil i'itii-al ehu-fi niiv n ia-w li... ..1.1 uskeu me man lor a ucrt lie oweu nun, li.,stou and PhilaJelphia. Iu the event therefore,
Vcfcck on WeJ,.elay ,,om,nK. Although it was ; l-'tual th.cls may n the old . . . at on such a hllJ
Huitdark at the time, the na-.ii mt having ris. ii. ; -trugglo for supremacy, and anarchy again reign J aceount of ' do03 MO vie reason to suppose that another
Capt. AilaiM tat through the pamage and was over tliat ill-govena-d country. j , - , r i-ii- i i" .t i step might be taken whereby the same objects would
I..og,i.le .he K.ph,nade la-fore f..ur o'clock. At five ! WLen a lamily are continm.Uv fighting and 1 ,w du,M"n; ,a,,,d f"lblJJ"'f lorc thc IJ more effectually accomplished, and that the sub-
... C. . ' iii- .i i i"i i - tlicre n.-embled, the man let out Home words in i jet-t of the sale of the Islands had beeu broached in
Ilia M.j-ty rode to the Palace, and at & a. as., a ' suabblnig aiuoii theuiM-lvc, und thus iieonumg 1 ' official circles. With the precedent furnished in the
. . : . , - . . rei.lv. suvin; that Nolte did not know the rules omciai tiivies. i u uie preeeoeui iuriiisiiou in me
i.ti Aiia m nm imiu inc ijr itrrT. jiia .i. li nn nnnnVHiii-i una u niiinstiki-t. r. I ! r ii.i..r . i . .r - - - i
Tlif i:ml r Muxliiillliin imtl t
, Tm.- Un-v of tlie Mexican I-inf ire tdeJ, a.i uw -.uifited t ne that hi I.-.biidn were the : territory. The Jiuhtti a ci-uuuentji wul luteiest
1 wa. aj turent fn.ia the lin!iiu it niuft end, in Jv t hite that euull 1-e olaainel by the Mail 1 Jr rea.ler :
a travel v. Maiimilian, the tuiruidej duT of IV.iuionv. ail wLsll to drnn t.Jblio atU?u- ! Travker or the Sandwich Tlxo.. The ule-
v- t " i -i i i-r .i r r r i - .i i- i i- i .t . craphic report of negotiations pending ut Mashiuc-
Nji.h-oii. liai lend with his life the forfeit of hts tin t them. l e divlniod. lu-wever. on the r -V . . .. vi i i .r
' , lor iue LrtuiMer oi me Uid i. u-u ii&n
I ttUMTitv. Ihe Mesican cvUiiiti..!! r the t rei u
! I'ii-r-r ha 1 .tn a inM-t d'-j-h.niMe erit-s of
lIuiilt-ra and lu rtiilati-in.- from Leiiinin to
et!. Comiuenein with u Titei-e of ent"r-iii
t!- j-i wiK-tit i.f l.-fLs hv Mesi, lie war in the
oiiVa-t d.rrt-l lv rJilatJ and Suin, and imw,
after rj-f-ndin iiiilli-ii- f trt-svure and ai-rili iiig
t.Vn-4ii. li of liv!", lie Hti" the unf rtunat' 'rint.-e
, h'ni he had K-duel int i :! tiri; the iyni
fnluu of a crown, h'.t like a !;:, whih; the
. aiiii:il !i.- arid f-t-.mtiful C'arLtta, Lor laind de-
rtmn.1 bv the imVP.rt.ines of h.r hu-atid ai:d
, , , ,
i im-wii, nurviveH oiuy io lament ner i . loii
mu-t ro the rtfloi-tjoiiK of the nt.hew of Lis
1 um-'e," as he ifurvevf the ruin he lia wrought ;
' and reiucmbers. too, tliat while hi-? Mexican en-
terjrire has leen woie than a mi.ruMe failure,
j in hia Luxemburg a.-jiru lions he !iaa been iairly
: headiil otT lv Irufi:i ? Mt-iiiwhile, the man
j of dcftiny " entertains Lis victors and lays the
harlequin at the Grand ExpoMtioii of I 'an.-.
The Kuroj.-an l'owers, when they j roiuj ted 1
t'ie Austrian Archduke to a cej.t the cihenieral i
title of KiflTr of Mexico, knew erfectly well i
' th:it no faith whatever wai to be placed in tlie ;
itoj le 1m? would lie calle
"I ujxn t rule that
inl cn-lition, and that
- revolution wan their norma
tliey were pirticulurlv nut he under r,,n.;, n.
,nwD. Nevertliel., with th.-se well known
! facts understood. i,r Maximilian was ...ndo the
; cut's iw. He failed in pecuring tlie cotctcd ad
vantages, and lof t all. Mexico is once more a
I IU public, but tluit the country will wtilcdoWB
: into j-ruiancnt prvrity, with law and order
it is usually the ear that the iliu are culled in
I to ijuell the dL-lurluim-e and keep order in the
. Ii .-misc. N it must evi-ntuiilly le with Mt-xicn.
' The sentiment of tlie civilized world deiuuiids
: tluit the chroiiie state of nimn-hy into whii-h tluit
tl.l ... ... l t 1 ... .1. t i.i.t. 1 1 ,.l.i....l I... I...
i a tii iii .
1 '. . . .. . . . y "?
i eminent, wiiicii snail i aoic to -.-laiilisti nml
lliri lilt 11 III kaSaJ'lirif V af III. l.r.tla.'t-tf V m w I .r-.1..l
, ... .i. i -
1 In I .....I.... w .. m -.-.. I" . ...... ... ... ........
the I'lutcd State to undertake the protectorate
of Mi-xii-o, by a military oeeuatiii of the coun- ,
try, until a stable !oenuiciit cuu le constriicteil
, out of the pn-sent diseonlant elements. Sueh a
course, however, would lie contrary to the her-
t-diUiry p.licy of tlie Ameriuuis, hue it is not ini
I lajible tliat the force or events luav luipcratiw-Iv
. 1 l.Tl
I .1 i i . r . . , - t-
demand the abandoiiiueiit or that policy . far im;
" . ,, . . . :
j tlie Mexicans nre concerned. As it i, Mexico,
I ... i. i i- i- i-
! with tht! name of a Ih-publie, is u standing dis- ,
....... " :
r- - " ' I - -
.nia-.. ... r.'.i. i in 11-71 . ii.i t . iiirt
The shooting of Maximilian by the MexientiH,
in eoM bhual, will ar.ius- tlie indignation of the
eiviliAil world, aiid if rightly dirvtei, this in
I dignation will joint to Najiok-oii. It iri he, not
Juarez, who has slaughtered the misguided Prince.
Hut the act itself, on the irt of Juarez, was
one of most mistaken mliey, though he appears
; to have leen conijvlled t- d it l-y the mpular
demand. Maximilian alive, und a prisoner,
might have l-en made the mettns by which to
- w ...u.... .- , n. n ii , . . guar
anteeing its future iuiiiiuiiity from Kurojeaii ug
gression or interference, while no doubt the Aus-
trian nrsl French (io eminent would very readily
linve jiil a heavy ransom for hi- libeniti-.ii. Hut
: in shisiting him, not only nre all tl.c- advantage
) thrown away, but the Mexican diameter for
bliKalthirstiness will liecomc a reproach evc-ry-
w here, and will serve to com Unite und retard the
reorganization of the ( overiiineut. It was a
( crime ugainst moIerii i-iiiliatioii.
The it her notable victim to the vengeance of
; the successful irty in Mexico is the hoary nreh
' tniitor, Smta Anna, w ho was shot by tl.e order
j of the Lilx-rul f.ovcrniiicnt on the 2oth of June.
After a long career of treachery never proving
faithful to eitlier friend or fot, he, with a fool-
t 1- . . -. .11 1
liardinesri that is quite nnaeeoiiiitable, ventured
Imek t. Mexico, and of course met his deserved
31 llIllrl: Isiltmlsi.
In our Sun Francisco letter will lie fun id a
reference to tln-se Islands, which were visited by
1 Capt. X. C. lirks, in the bark (lamina, in
lf.VJ. This vc-ssel was disjitcliad on a voyage of
discovery by tlie late Capt. I!. F. iSnow, and
during the iruise Caj.t. lroks viriteal ami sur-
veveil most of the shouts and chain of Islands ex
tending to the northwest of this group, including
1 French Frigate Shoals, Ijtysnn Island, Lisiaiiski
Island, tlie Pearl and Hermes Group, and some
! others. He di.-eoven-d also two new Islands, in
' lati.u.le -2S ID', longitu.l- 177 3 P-' which he
i named Midillcbrook or Gambia Islaud-i. They are
, iiaits , .
di-M-riU-d 111 Ins roiiort. published in this imicr
... , f. ,
August IS, 1.-00, from which we quote the iol-
Oil the th of July I fell in with an extensive reef
' about " or 40 miles in circumference not laid .'own
on any of my charts. Inside the n-ef are two " i-in.ls,
which I called .Middlehnck I.Iands. They are from
4 to o miles in leugth, and li to "J miles in breadth. ,
The m-f cau le approa-hel from any oiiit. No '
dangers exist outside the line of breakers. The reef '
Li open fir H nii!a.-s 011 the west side. There is good j
anchorage outside, in from to 10 fathoms water. .
Inside the reef is a beautiful lagoon, with from 4 to -14
fithoins water to within half a mile of the S. W.,
bight of the eastern island. The islands are 3 miles
apart, and can l-e seen a clear dsy from the mast- .
head 1M mile?, one being ntout 4'1 fH-t high. They
are covere.1 with tnyriifls of fowls and e-s and but
lillle vegi-latioii. I alug a we'd on the largest, erectasl
a flag staff, an I left notice of stssessii.n Also left a
t-artv in tsasn-ssion, consisting of a Kaiuschvtka dog.
On the N. W. and S. W. sidi-s, inside the breakers,
is a natural sea wall 4 feet high, perfectly level, and
extending fr " miles. The reef on the east side
makes within apiarter of a mile of the land, 6 miles to
the north and 1 miles to the west. On the .mall isl
and I found timlers which had formed a raft.
In the same month Judge IVirden, United
States Com miss inner, i-sucd a imtii-e dated Au-gu-t
22, l-".'i, and publishcl al.-ai in this jijst.
in which js4si..ii of these and other Islands
wen claiiiiol by 1 uj-t. Snow, aavonlin;; to Act ..f
t.iiin-f. In tin oHn-ial iiotut: the Lx-ition w
pivr-n dt-finiu-ly, ti:
Tlie piup i.f islandii, shoaN and reef known aa
the IV.irl and Ut-niie Kr-fs. situ.ittsl in thi Nurth
Pacific Ocean, in 1-it. -7 4 X., lmi. 17-j ' 4- W..
or thrrralaiut. and a jrruup T islinda, rtif and
sh.! situattsl in Lit. - Iii N.. 1'Hi. !"T I- W.,
or thcrealaaitt... which were nut laid down -n any
ch.irt in the vt-siiin of Capt. Ilria k. an-1 which
were named by him Middlcbniks Islands aud SlnjaK
Fpdii a cliart of ihe reef ami lsl;ind- drawn hv
laj t. I.na-ka, ana m.w m tne is-ssion 01 .Mrf. ,
w . a a - 1
iNiow, it oj rH-am that the harrmr is a large and
tcrr pl one, five or his milcn in extent, nearly
a-urroutiilod with a coral reef, and with two good
and ilc-ep entrance--. The Islands-, which lie in
this Ligiaiti, an? from two to Ihe inilcs long, and
lieing li-cate-l in a high latitude? 5 1" and
nearly midway lictwer-n Sin Francisco ainl Yokn-
' lianui, afford most uii'iuestioiiably a gmal site fir
a cial dcjsit. Tl'i-y are not inhabited, und have
no ti-eca of any kind, though probably Cinviantits
and tithcr trect ill n-.ulily gpw there, if once
i At tlie time wf were lieuhin the China
- a. . f a . ..... ..a ... ... a 1 ... 1 ..1 a, i J
' tt-aniers. anl tfie bt route anJ j.laor fir a xwl
I tirn.it- ki iii Iwp1t? mnnthn or mm . t"rt.
;r..ut.J t!at we dkl nJt care to throw oaf anv
inJaoeuient." for the Com'nv to select anv other he j-eole of the Pacific Coat. There is proahly
l . . .i .. .i : . , n V i., --n' 1 uie foundation for the report, even if the ne-otia-de-t
than thi- i-urt. nf-e l.-lanas will, iw',- J ,,. . . , , , -0
' tions IjlA fhort ol a triiif.er of the Ilinils. fvjiiio
d.uht lc !aiinevl ly the heirs of C'ajuin 2-uow
an In-Lii-ii:,; lo thelu. and it will U- a U.itioi ff
law how lar, after the othnal n-.tu-e jri-en, anv
other lurtii-d inn inu.-rfcre with their elaiiuf.
It lias Irvine di-m-'ti-trate-l that some l lace
1. f.. I!r ...,;,;., t,
vtT.-U ia care of accidcut. lliook' Inland hart
t!e advantage of ln-in more nearly on the track
than II n..Iulu, but hein- a barren islet can tewr
,. , , . , r
, oner tne many auvanta wmcu uus jori iur-
' Oar San Francisco ecrrefpotident stated that
' the Lackawanna has leen ordered by Admiral
Thu tclier to proceed to and nurvev this
and I.-laiulr, mid a r-he lenves on a
next Monday, it i presumable that tuia is her
det-tination, though we have no definite informa
tion regarding her movements.
(Traualatnl fnn the k'uoioa of July 20.)
Tlio Iolie (Court.
We nre a.toni.-hed, and are led to think that
' ,, rc tM u,,jrc protection for Ilawaiians in the
I i,,ftriur Cwurw "vtr V rciguew. The
im mm m aaa a a a a a a.
; 'o in-htateincni w ui exjia.n wi.y we ti,inK bo.
n Monday lubt, we visited the Police Court
' of H-'ulu. to obrve the roeeedin-r. At
r ii . - - i !! l . - -.1 i ? t .
half-jiUKt nine, the case was tried of the King i s.
Henry Nolte, nued under Chap. U, See. 'J of the
Penal Code. The defendant acknowledged the
oflonce, but stated that he had assaulted the in-
e he had irritated him. Xolto
of a gentleman, and that it was not projer to
dun for a debt l-fore Compiiny unless it was in
tended to put a man to shame. Whereupon
Nolte got angry and treacherously asxauhed the
man, striking him while lie was unsusccting.y
sitting down reading a ncwsiiir. These arc
i tin? ii iiicii.al fai ti in tlie cii.--. aiti tlie defemiant
.1 w;h fined TEN' cents, and at the reouest of the
. . .
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! When we heurd this decision, our Hawaiian
iiliaal isiiicM ; tne souls are aroumti oi me ue
rHeiuhuits of those who freely shed their blood
on the battle fields of Mokuoluii, Kakanilua,
Kuiunoo ainl Iao. We asked ourselves How is
; tliif Ia there no longer protection for the I la
waiiau ? Are his established rights, guaranteed
' I -W 1.......;,..;.... r.?,.... 1... II.J f.T.M.t tl.A
L. ..... nil ......... a... I lM ,1. I r..irnn.i .. I ...
. x 1 1 1 ti.i di fc r. .i , . uiiu n oiv AAnii.au to w
. 1 , J , .. ...
t rented lis were the slaves formerly in America,
or as Chinese coolies?
. , .
In our opinion, such is not the intention of
1 tlie law, which this Magistrate was appointed
: to execute. We do not liolievc that when that
. Section y w:us amended, giving to Police and
Histr.ct Justices tl.e power to fine from one cent
to one hundred dollars, that they (the Legisla
ture) intended that the law they were enacting
should become of no avail through those apoint
ed to execute it ; for, all men in this kingdom,
from the highest to the lowest, stand on the same
footing in the eye of the law. In this principle
, ;.. ... .. ,v,.i:.w. -r .1- 4. it--
! of Huwaii, Kaiiiehunieha I., whose' celebrated
' saying was-, 44 The old mtn and Ihe old women
may tract I und sirp (in .safety) vn the road." j
And we feel it is our j-ainful duty, in our char-
acter of onu who stands at the oar, to guide the
ship of this Hawaiian nation, to demand of the
judgira of the Supreme Court ami the (Jovcnior
of Oahu, in the name of the lights of the people,
that they consider the acta of this judge, when
his commission shall have expired, and discharge
him friii the oflico which he now occupies; let
mi -ii ia--
meiit, the judges of the Supreme Court, and the
Governor of Oa.hu display their jealous regard
for the sacred rights' of the llawaiiuns.
Sh n Krutieiaew C'vr re Boaatletare.
Sax Francisco, July 12, 18C7.
A inl.M'.l 1. u .l.ru.1 ut.iri. ...a L.u .a...
" ,. . . ' .
tunny 01 uisp.nciiing a man to your ort, no vessel
having sailed Is. und westward, except the ship While
Swallow, which left on the ltlth hist., but declined
... . ... ...
ihe bark Cambridge
sige, bringing Hon-
engaging to stop at Honolulu. T
arrived Juneth, -1 days passj
olulu dates to the 1st.
The Fourth of July
was celebrate.1 with great eclat in this city allj
throuirhout the State. Here it lietran on the eveninir
of the lid. which was a very noisy night. The pro
cession was betwecu three and four miles long, and
one of the largest ever seen here. It comprised
; representatives from every military company, asso-
( ..-itl.., . . 1 lM.1. .1.1 (......tilA.! .......
v,..t.".a ca.a-a ai.a'air, aai.a i..rii.i wine iiitrsa aaaiiiiue
, A ... , . , , ,
features. Hie butchers, for instance, brought out
, . , . . ... , , ,
some of their fattest beeves, which 111. ule a fine show.
1.. .1 .i,i-..i re ,
tliaj t;aa.-llll, ailir Ul.-l'liijr ot lllvntilA.l oil COI lire
of Market und M'Allister streets, drew out from
,:i,0X) to oJl.tHKI spectators. It was the most success
ful pyrotechnic display ever witnessed on this coast.
S.icnnnento was hardly behind this city in her
efforts to celebrate the day. W. H. L. Barnes, Esq.,
who visited Honolulu last fall iu the steamship fan
drrbUt, was the orator of the day, and delivered a
most eloquent oration.
The Steamship Colorado
sailed on her third trip to Jajmn and China at noon
on the 1 tli of July. She took ol 1 passengers, and a
large aud valuable cargo for Yokohama and Hong
kong. This liue is a most decided success. When
the new steamers Great lit public and China arrive.
it is th.iught they can carry double the amount of
coai as wcu aa nv.-iit. in tnat ecnt, 11 ia ooumiui , tciogrftrh ti,-, nn.rning coiitnulicta the atimxatiun
whether lliey will require to touch at anr intprmeili- ! ncw8 anj jmyg-
ate la.rt betwecu here au-1 Yokoli.nua. A niovemcnt WAaiii.NGTr.x, July 11th. The report that Govern
is, however, being iiia-le by the company to secure , ment is negitiatino; fr the S:inrwich Islan.ls is con
f.ir a coaling len..t an isl.m.l lying alamt a thousand ; tra.lictol. It probably grew out of the f.u-t that a
Uiilea northwest of your proup, and known here aa
It was iliacovercl by ("apt. N. C. Crooks, in the bark
Gambia in 1H.V.1, he having liecn sent thither on an
expJ((rillg espCa-iit-,n by your late townsman. Capt
B. F. Snow. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company
last month purch;isil the schooner Milton Badger
fur S 1 0..H m I. and di.patched her under command of
Capt. IJurdett, formerly of the bark Smyrniote. She
ha. on toard a cargo .f coal, together with lighters
ami material f r a small hou-te, which is to be erected
on the island. There ia said to lie a fine harbor in
side the reef, with pood anchorage. I understand
that Admiral Thatcher will by this mail order the
Lorlawmnn to proceed thither and survey this isl-
Mi, n . hUt the u ,urrounii;ilg it
We shall sonu U-arn who has obtained the contract
fur carrj-ing the mail to Honolulu, as the date when !
applications were to cee was July 10. It is gener-
ally bel'eveil here that lien. IK.r.aday will obtain it j
on some terms, and will put on the California,
w hich is a gixl vessel, and much better adapted to ,
the trade than the .Ijax.
The telegraph th'.S morning reports a Startling
. e . ... -t : .1. t ..... - . 11 .
piece of r.eas, which I copy in full :
Nkw York, July Id. The Tribune says the Gov- ,
eminent has ten nepotiating fur the purchase of the 1
Sandwich Islan-N. j
J Tins rrp-rX is generally crJlteJ, the supisltiv-n
: tinir thai the liovfrnment oal l rfl!v i nerval its
Uniu-J Swt-. wUl be read with ftecLU interest bv
3 IU I lit
j n ;,i,tha ago, Minia.er Harris, who is at the head of
j the Hniiiei:vl lH p-mn.ent of the II iwaiUn Oovern-
, mt-Min ,-hU ..;fT. n. 'u .L rt..i
j fr Washinsrton. liurintr his star hei-e it was under.
stood that he was on a "nur vf observation," aud
i.. r - . - . I . i , i
' ue wars mia-m a-- a ..nwr Miouia if.
.Kout the f,) e.-t of his niLssIo-i. Th
about the -ipecuU object ot his mus:o'.i. I tie impres
sion left by chance interviews, was that the Minister
after ascertaining that the tone and temper of the
; coaai was iMvon.-ue.woma proceed to
Washington with the view of negotiafiin a treaty ot
reciprocity between the Sandwich Islands and the
United Sti.tes. This view was confirmed by the fact
that such a project had been mooted for some time, j
and Minister Harris did not hesitate to say that the ;
hitrli tariff was ruinous to the planting interests of tlie i
Islands. Luring his star in the city, raw supirs j
I'ruJuce.l at the islands, were sold at auction at less
j ftuj coniu;issk.ns, aud this fact was pointed out as an
illustmtiou of the pressing need of a treaty of reci
procity. From other sources we learn that the plaut-
ing interest, now a very large one, has not, upon the
whole, been prosperous, because the only natural
I market is blockaded by what amounts to a prohibitory
tarin. l iuntanous are ireeiy onerea lor sale; upon
many work is suspended, and altogether the indus
trial interests are not as hopeful as the best friends of
the Islands could wish.
While the people of this coast would be greatly
l-eneStted by a reciprocity treaty, it is possible that
Some iusurmountable obstacles may have been en
countered at Washington. The sugar-planters of the
Southern States might take altnu at this partial sus
pension of tlie taritf in favor of the admission of raw
sugars free of duty, lest it should be the entering
wedge of some more sweeping movement. It is not
j easy to make a treaty satisfactory to the hole coun-
try which admits sugar and rice nominally free at the
I ??? r ncisco, wh.le a heavy import tax ia
purchase of Alaska, there can liarUIy
our Government would entertain favorably a proposi
tion for the purchase of these Islands. It is better
advised of their value and prospective importance
than ever before, and special consideration has been
given of late to their relation to the Pacific const.
This evening's .Hta has something also to say:
We have a ashiugtou rumor, on the authority
i f fpecial to the New York Tribune, that Uovern-
i ' "J ua.3 '.7Q ",r .e p . remise oi toe
; naiuiwicu isianus,- witn prwpects ot success, we
. . . - . ..
trust this rumor may prove to be well founded.
: There are no insular possessions so imiiortaiit to the
l uiteu rotates as the fviiiuwicli Islunds.
they ai-e very valuable, from their unequalled c:i
pacity in the production of sugar and tropical fruits,
but far more from their rel.-ttive importance as a con
necting link for commerce between the States of the
Pacific aud Asia. We cannot aflord to let these
Islands fall into the hands of France or England,
who would thus be enabled to levy tribute ujkju our
trade and tossihly at some future time to slam the
gate which leads to Asia in our fice. The natives
are fast melting away before the influence of civiliza
tion, always malign to the Indian; and it is to be
expected that, on the death of the present King, a
total change will take place in public affairs. France
an 1 England aie not idle. It behooves us to le on
! the alert and he no advantage. The people, native
aud fi.reigu, look iu this direction for sympathy,
trade and protection. They could, u-e could, do no
better than make the Islands a part of the Grsn-rr?-public,
and under the operations of the universal
suffrage principle, a sovereign State in the Union."
A good share of this is buncomb, of course, but it
is well to know what your neighbors think aud say of
you. It cannot be dissembled, however, that the
proposition meets with great favor here, and every
body speaks well of Hawaiian annexation.
Our New Possessions.
.iiviiuuul nuicurr n.is o flora! I oC war shins
to proceed to Sitka, including the Jamcttuwu, now
undergoing repairs at Saucelito, the .Muhicnn and
Rttuca. The Admiral himself will proceed thither iu i
j the Penxacola. The whole fleet will get oil" during
j July. A Mr. Stark, formerly Congressman from
j Oregon, but now residing iu Connecticut, has been
appointed Governor of the new Territory.
That lteported Island.
The two schooners, the Caroline Mills and Leah,
which were dispatched from this port some weeks
since in search of an island reported to have been
seen 1,4'J miles due west of this iiort, hav
e both re-
' turne-l, and rejiort that no land is to be found, and
j not even soundings with 1C0 fathoms of line, though
the water is said to l green, and birds abundant.
The whole thing turns out as your paper said it
would a Bailor's yarn.
The bark Cambridge cleared to-day for Callao
with a cargo of flour. From that port, it is under-
i stood, she will proceed to Valparaiso, and be sold, if
J a purchaser can be found. Capt. lirooks remains
! here during her absence. If not sold, she will re-
; sume her liertli in the Island trade on her return
The ships Lizzie Oakford and Free Trade arc
uuder charter to load guano, and will both touch
1 at Honolulu, but may not sail for some weeks yet.
I ,, , . . . . , J
The ship Rattler will be the next vessel for yoi
. . .
I port. She is loading for Hongkong, but I hear
' ... ..,....., ..., II...,. 1. .1..
...". ....v ..,o
i She will sail about August 1st.
! T1,e schooner Ai7on JJjder will touch at H.no-
lulu, ou her return from Brooks' Island, early iu
The bark Rainier is not yet in, though hourly
A slier B. Bates, Esq., formerly of Honolulu, has
been appointed, by Chief Justice Chase, of Washing-
J ton, to be Register in Bankruptcy for this State an
office thought to be worth from five to ten thousand
dollars a year.
Mrs. Henry W. Severance and R. B. Armstrong,
Esq., arrived in the steamer to-day from New York.
In the list of passengers by the steamer that left
New York in July, I see the names of E. 11. Pimond
and Miss Maria Paris of your Islands.
Have taken a sudden rise, and all the Hawaiian first
quality sugar has been lought up and is now held
by one or two parties. The average rise i about one
cent a pound, with a prospect of advancing another
cent. Short crops iu the East Indies, and a small
st.iek here, with no supplies to arrive, are given as
the cause of the rise. Yours, Pkle.
P. S. July 12th. I ought to add here that the
new commercial treaty has just leen concluded with
The treaty, if a new one has len concluded, it is
most likely is the long talked-of reciprocity treaty in
some shape or other. A Congress is now in session,
it may be I ratified at once.
Wanted to Kent
III" THE UNDERSIGNED-. HOUSE
laree enush lo accomuiodate a fatuity ot five or six per
aoaaa. A . ily to
61 I. BARTLKTT.
Fresh Golden Gate Extra Family Flour.
EC EI V ED
IER 44 WOODLA ND.4 FOR
MI 1. BAUTLiTT.
Splendid Relish for Breakfast !
In Quantities lo Suit.
For Sale by
TIME CNDERSIGNF.D. EXECFTORS OF
the lat W ill and Testament of G Km ROE WOOD, late of
Honolulu, deceased, hereby notify all persons having claims
agiainst the F.state i.f George Wood, to presen the same, and
, in,ltltrd to 0ie KsUlt; Mre req'uei, to m.ke imuiediaie
pajment to the undersigned,
tH3 2, txecut.rs.
Fuom Mh-ronesia. The Hawaiian schooner
. rr,i I'nUn.in T,.-.. irriroil hn tosIiTiIiv
! r. m. from a cruise anions the groups to tae west-
warJ, after an absence of nearly six months, hav
j ing sailej hence on the 1st of February last. The
I written history of the vovage would be very inter-
i - . - ...
I "st,i-'. b-- w find room only for a brief sketcn at
present. Arriving at Mule. Marshall a group, low
February, thence touched at Jeluit. Stroug'a Islaud.
McAskill's aud Ascension. At the latter island,
February 1C. saw the bark .Peru, Uh 120 sperm.
Thirty-six whalers had touched at Ascension dur
ing the soasou," but Cant l'ease can only reuiem
... n.,nu, .r .1... r .li ... :, . r" J., v";ilw
clean; James .Maury, ICO sperm; .Vni.7u. 40
sperm. The II a$h,.jU.n, Iaker. went into Strong"
Island to cooper amount of oil not ascertained,
j Bark .V.Vj was at Ascension March 22, S mouths
' out. w ith 2G0 sperm. Ia lat. 32 06" X, long. 17
i 3ti" F, the JXcssom spoke the Bremen bark Ophili,
i Torjcs. 34 days from Hongkong for Callao. who
j asked to be reported.
! From Ascension the schooner sailed for the Mar
shall Islands on the passage to Honolulu, and
touched at the island cf Marika, next adjoining
Butaritari. where the three Hawaiian? belonging to
the Pft 11 were massacred about a year ago. Some
white nin living on Marika informed Capt. Pease
that the legs, arras and breasts of the three men
killed bad been eaten by the people and chiefs of
Butaritari. When warned of the consequences
which might result from their bad conduct, the
chiefs laugbed at the idea that the Hawaiiaus could
do anything to them by way of retaliation ; they
were kanaka- like themselves, and had no men-of-war.
Capt. P. says the natives of the northern groups
are a very saucy bad sot and ought to be punished.
Many vessel have been cut off there and the crews
murdered. He 6aw some relics of a vessel, which
! was cut off at one of the islands bout eighteen
1 . 1 1. : ..V. ..-. Iki nm.i.ia-un-... a.f thfl
mOlllUS illo, nuil.u iioni iuu ,j,,v li itut- v.
relics he should suppose to have been a merchant
vessel. No man-of-war has visited them since Kot
r.ebiie's voyage, and a wholesome thrashing and
the hanging of some of the murderers, who can
be identified, would have a salutary effect.
The Jilossom was 54 days from Marika to port,
experiencing '.ight and head winds.
K. I. ADAMS.
Auctiont'er aud foniailssion Merchant,
FIKK 1'KOOK STOKE,
la Kobiaiaou'a ltaaltliag. 1 Street.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manafartorcr, Iuiportrr aud Healer in Farnitare
Of Ecery Inscription.
Furniture Wart-room on Fort street, opposite R. D. Morpm'a
family Market; Workshop at the old Hand,
lintel (treet. nrar Fort.
N. B. Orlera frnm other islands prum.Uy attemleil to. 683-ljr
Portland, Hosendale and Newark Cement !
AT LOWEST J1ARKKT KATES
By C. liRKWfctt A Cu.
AM AGA1X IX Sl'PPbVOFTHE WELL
Hay of the Waikiki liar Farm!
Pelivt-red in lota to suit
JALES NEW OAT II AY,
HOLDE.y a 4TB FLOUR, Extra;
And a Variety of Sundries.
&S3 4t Far Sale 1.7 S. SAV1DGE.
EX "CHINA PACKET,"
M AM I. A ROPE
SO Boxes Caood I'lieap
Three pa pern to the pound.
20 Nests Superior Camphor Wood Trunks.
150,000 ."MA NIL, A CIGARS.
X2 3C "K7SJ- oocllnnd,"
CASES PEARL RIVER DENIM.
And Shortly Kx petted, as pt-r adTlrrs,
French Calf Sktim,
Brown Cotton a,
Shepherd' Plaid ehawla,
Two Pink Prints.
Itlack Bilks various, Sewing Silk.
Silk Circular Muntb-s.
York II anil,
Plnin Turkey Tted Cotton aie., aVc.
JOHN 111 OS. W ATKRIIOISE.
Has on Hand, and has Just Received
PICK LATE A It III V A L.S,
'IMIE FOLLOWING BRANDS OF ALES,
M. aye. A.C.:
Ind Coope Sc Co.,
ALLSOPS &. CO., BASS & CO.,
HVXxxllox'ot XiARor 23oor.
llli 41s. 1TI si rri aii's Ale !
Martell and Hennessy Brandy, finest quality.
Duff (Sor.lnn's Fl.erry, Oregon Ci.ler in pints.
Cases very fine ( l.an.puMie, ii.ts and quarts.
California port and Angelica Wine. Fine Old Port Wine,
Case and bottled Claret. Very fine
American, Irish and Scotch Whisky.
Cherry Con! iai, Ginper Wine, Org fat Syrup,
ss. Pepperiuiut and Jamai.-a Ginger,
Stonr Ju? and Bottle (.in, Imperial Old Tain.
Turner's Celebrated Forest Wine Bitters.
Or.injje Bitters, Il.wt. tier's Litters, Buker's Bitters,
Ac., Ac, Ac 6S3
200,000 CEDAR SHINGLES!
IIST KKCF.IVKD lKR 4-A LIIEKN1,'
9M for sale Clieaier tha i any in Ihe Market. I'jt
DOWfETT A Co.
i Expected to Arrive in September
j Itoiii Roston per Crjlon,
j CAIT. O. L. WOODS,
1 The Following Assortment of Merchandise
; CAREFULLY SELECTED, Viz:
J E."S FELT HATS, DIFFERENT STYLES.
- JMf.VS If HITE SHIRTS, asst. quality aud pattern.
AE.VS RROGAXS, assorted sires.
.lfEVS SADDLES, complete.
White and Blue Cotton Thread. Ball Wicking,
Itlack. Brown and Green Knaraeled Clota,
An a.snr'.nient of Imlia Kublier Toys,
India Kubber Hose of and 1 in. with couplinr. etc . etc.
M .ynsrj ft Nnjrei' Ink, Mim'l Blacking.
VOCft O Choice Brandt.
Canl Matches. Charcoal Irons,
Hant s Assarted Axes.
Axe Uatvll.-s. No. 1 and 2.
NATIVE SPADES WITH II A. IDLES (OO'S,)
Krga Cat Nulla, asst. sixes.
Zinc Slating Nails, stone Tracks.
CASES DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL!
BAKKELs TI BK3 ISLAND SALT,
Etc Etc., Ect., Etc., F:tc
682 2m For Sale by THEOD. C. HELCK.
MR. GEORGE W. M ACFA RLANE WILL
trarsact all business for me during my temporary abarnoe
j from tliia Kingd'ira. (Mi 6t) D. N. FLITNER.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
TMIAT INVALUABLE. DURABLE, FLEX
. ible. preserving, anti corrosive
I METALLIC PAINT
. For Coolers, Boilers, Roofs. Steam Engines, Cast Plows, Houses
j Fences, Schooners, Steamers,
AND ALL OTHER I RON or WOODWORK.
I 605 Cm
For 9ale by
C. BREWER Co.
Regular Ii$patcli Iinc
-- The Iit Arocrk-in Clipper
sss JBrig AVoodland.
1 MASKIX, Maurj,
IHfl 5ne Qtrfcl- Dispatch for the obore -orf
For freight or pasture l'-l to
Vina II.. Ol: i
j OlllllcX -IT flCliOt.
J- REYNOLDS, M:cr.
ir'7 halt Immediate Disjitch for 0 abort port.
For Freight or Passage apply to
6S3 H. HACKFELD 4 Ca, Areata.
llawstiiiin Packet Line
.- The Al Britnh
si J3axlv Celestia,
ISAAC N. KNAPP, Master.
Having the must of her cargo engaged, trill sail fu the abort
port on or about the Slat inat. For freiybt or passage, bating
line accommodations for a few passeogera,
AS3 Apply to WALKKK, At ALLK!t, Artcta.
Packet for Kohala Plantation.
The Fine Schooner KOHALA,
H'WI rwn regularly on the above route, touclting
at Ilonoipn. i f siiffieietd in I acetneHt offers,
tor freight or paag apply to the Mastrr on board,
6S3 3m Or to CASTLK A- COOKK, artota.
For 3 ale!
TnK FINK Al SCIIOOHER
160 T0.VS REGISTER.
JVST ARRIVED FROM VICTORIA. V. I.
And ready fur a voyage to any part of the world.
For particulars apply to
68i 31 J AX ION. GREEN Ca.
For Valparaiso Direct.
-K The Hawaiian
iSs. Bark Lono,
Will hare quick dispatch as above. Having a large part of
her capacity engagrd. sh;pi-rs of freight and passeugers ara
requested lo apply early to
oaa at II. HACKFELD A; Co., Agvnta.
II. L. Ch.isrs Photographic Gallery !
IS XOW OPK AND PREPARED TO
Uke I'HOTOUIlAI-ilS of any size in the Bear Sttlc axo
o.t THB Most Kiasosiblk Tskms.
COPVINU AM) ENLARGING done ia Ui
For Sale Cards of Ua Hawaiian Kinga, Qaarna, Clda-ta and
otl er noiatle persons.
Also A full assortment of LARGE AND SMALL
FRA M ES. For Sale at Low Ibices.
lit n. l. cn abk.
THE CREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OF
Walkch. Allen 4 Co, are DutiUed tlmt a first diiidend
of aeventea-n percent will lae pawl on their claims against lae
estate at the Cask or llisaor 4r Co., an and after Ma as day
Ibe 15tb day f Jaaly iaaal.
C. R. BISHOP.
J. W. AITSTIN,
681 3t Assignee of the Estate of Walker, Allen at Co.
JUST RECEIVED PER COMET,
AND FOR SALE LOW
500000 REDWOOD SHAVED SHINGLES.
631 61 LEWFR3 A DICKSON.
G. W. NORTON ot Co.,
COOPaCKS AM r.AlCKRS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
HanolMlaa. II. I.
ftOOO R.1RREI.S NEIT AND OLD OIL CASKS. tKI ly
A YOUNG LADY
BETWEEN THE AGE OF O AND IO. CAN
be received as companion to a litUe hoglish girl of I
years old, to be educated and bruogbl op by a superior Gorrr
ness. For terms apply to
Mas. MASON, Lahnina.
Music, French and Drawing if drsired. 6Si 3t
Champion's London XXX Table Vinegar !
IS GLASS. FOR SALE BV
Clear Fork, at Betail !
1 632 lm
For Sale by
THE DWELLING IIOISE OWNED
AM OCCUPIED BY JAMKd UH'ZADA, Es.
The house contains a I'ailor. Siumr Room. Dining
Boom, Two ll-d Koms, Two Bath Koums and lanlry.
On the premises are a Good Conk House, Store Koran. Fer
rant's House. Carriage House, KtaMm, Hen II.. use, etc., etc.
The grounds are well laid out with trees, and water la laid oa
iu six places for irrigation.
For particulars enquire of Mr. Lnrzana next door, or ta
C81 St O. C. McLKAN, Nuuaiiu street.
SUGAR PLANTATION FOR SALE !
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
ale the property known aa tha
Eaiwiki Sugar Plantation!
Situated n-ar II il, Hawaii, with all the lands, leases of lands,
mills, machim-ry, tools, impli-menta, carts, improvements, etc.,
belonging to the anid plaulaii-m.
The plantation consists of about SOOO ACRES OF
LA Nl. of which 460 are now planted with cane, properly
of tlie plantation; bc-Sidea 120 acres of cane to be ground on
lialves The Und is wi ll watered and wooded. The Mill baa
a fine water ower attached thereto, and the Mill Buildings are
within half a mile from tlie lauding. The Plantation will tw
sold together with the balance of this season's crop or be ds
Pvrrtd to the purchaser after the present crop ia taken off.
The next crop is estimated at 600 tons.
For further particulars apply tn
681 2m MKLCHKK9 A Co.
I n 33! o 11 o 1 u 1 ia. .
ALL TII AT SPACIOUS AND
HOTEL CALLED THE NATIONAL !
Situated on the coiner of Nuuann ami Hotel Streets, contain
ing an area of nearly one ncre. in the centre of the best bosi.
ness location in the city and est abb. bed upwards raf 25 years.
The premises have a frontage of two hundred and eleven feet
on Hotel Street, and one buudred and eleven on Nuuauo StreM,
and are beid in lee simple.
OS THE COKNEIl fcTANDS A
Built but a few years a.-o. and u.eaauriug 6l by 29 feet, with a
lofty ceiling, fitted up with all suitable appliances and private
Adjoining the Bar is a Twc-atory House,
Tl.e lwer St--y of which contains a HO W I. 1 N O
A L L t V 7fl feet long. ilid wiibin a few months. Aaova
a BILLIAKD SALikN AND II A K. 1 01 feet h-fir. containir.g
TIIKEK III I.I.I A It D T.tHLFS and some private
chanibera. Underneath is a WINE CKLLAK, cool a c.l Com
modious. There is alma Tasaak adjoining, containing 1,000
barrels of water, as a protection against fire.
oa Tia xb or the raewtsrs arrases a
LARGE TWO-STORY STONE BUILDING
70 by 2 feet, the Lower Story of which it Sited up and
furnished aa a KtsTii'msT aso Koariiso EsTiBLJauaixT,
Willi capacious culinary arranyenienta.
The upper story coi, Luin. TUIHTl.EN COMFORTABLE BED
CI1AMUKK ail well fumiabe,!.
J A portion of the Lot is let off to good tenants, and yields a
clear rental of above i 1 OO a year.
! The above Concern w ill be Leased er Sold !
Either in whole or in part, and is well worthy of tha alteiatioo
of parties in the same liue f busiueaa.
For further particulars apply t
JOHN MONTGOMERY, Solicitor,
6T8 6m Office in the Court 1Iousb.
SUPPOKT HOME PUBLICATIONS I
A Book which should be in Every Library.
jmbews' mum Dimouir
CONTAINING ABOUT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Words, with English signification, and
An English-Hawaiian Yetabilary, and Chronologiral
Table of nhtorltal Events.
13 y Lorrin Andrews.
.,.. Bound in Sheep 5.00
Bound in Half Morocco, . . . O.OO
For Sale by n. M. WHITNET.
Ttds Valuable Work can be obtained in London of'
Messrs. TRCBNER It Co., Paternoster Row.
rlnd also in Aeu York cf
Messrs. BARNES A Co., John St.
ALSO FOR SALE.
Bishop's Hawaiian anJ English Phrase BooV, 50 cts.