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nrvuDJT. seer. t. i
sr auk.bc to lh Srcmtj Xat- Associate
a Col to wannnactuawa and l ltbr, t a "VT of Ue pt
..f.no af til ri iuuui urim4 kl to New fork, Jan
, J-mi, lmat lit ( famphlrt ttm. II. Aaaaa A. Law-
r M:m-hita ta Kruwl-ol. an.1 Edward l
Rs; ,f , iwavbarv. rrn the rt Irani tlvu
ta. r wr, w, ; fca aWia m caiw la la fatted
), f uita l wi. la lit .vnaiw sad lul A la
'VtuitKiu si..!-. Ian aaiu navl a,7i,i: apandt, !
uaid J.ur.of tltt jmr 2-.t-& fi.un.rt .4 roffcaa, acMt, r
ail -I llfrucg Ai --a r .wltt. TW l-tai rnUlte)nf
anO.ua: dWBmaaai I, U'JS ! SUWw.2l ha, atlat
J )i1.L- kulow A IS. fmu Ja-vr. T crop i Hot, at a
a-ttliitslad, wilt ( .a tarn-a t fckat Jaar, tat will pfajla
lalaJ a fwb t dliuow ft aavara. The paAM rowtajfar
apii'lt talitliM iMk.fniali.av, aiJ. j,..bitlt ttwr atnat rrUab'
atiatiatia- r-carduu' Mm CMttma cr ad the ranmimfium in
mHtmtfM and Karop thai Ivav km pablioanl.
A Important J. rinfc.n hn fermly bi tn.;.e m tike hathett
"uttrt .1 CanAiriiLa, involving prlmripk wturta all nnrkaao
laX know. Ta ft.U.winr ah.tr.acf af at li nfey th Jf :
I M trrh. Lev fcrlVr, K rrfwJtt, Fr-twia
lcli, ffluiata ruuiily. loKittaM aart-tuatvii: oaacrvdit buoi
wrtin -'.. t ataua tlyrf (rmttl that thor h.a.1 riU
ratal aa aaaa K ra met clear ( nnubnaua, wortta f 19,nut,
a aiuili rltn In rli.-wt )rU n( jl.iMi art f r Hoot Cl. wmI
.'"W,' h imrrjniiw taMimf, al IImi ilirtr ri-riy
nmuiitr I l lH ' .i 1WK'1 m irtHr (tM. Thar r'-pf l(
tiMii -rr bUi ; but trajrni In ilUat, Mmm Ck II.c
o lVi na rr:-iil. r lift N,x- rutbiwu UM a(
rkinlti IU.I awn yrn4, lrif t Hcuik t k.ti ttia-il, ac4 n
tttt.whiurnt w.i k-i-l nin ririiilM4 "o 1 V r bca. Mr
la Ck amttKBl (a lrnvr. no Um (r:..i that Uasf 'il
aml ilM bv rt ctnfeiit, uW hain aa vmJ b
raa w Uiititi. 'I Km owlkt w.;t U ta H.tpfia Caort. whtrh
tvckKl Ukl ia fi-at in tw rr prMualiuiM Ttttaf! Ike ante,
aittl Martla l ai am antilktl to tbrlr avwraaaitiM.
Ta cltw f' .'lrfraiih.ii( r titn Aluutic cble aa lm
tilt arta r"lur tl to -rrnij-An te prr wonl, ia.it ib
vltobi rtmrj" tfitn rratwuwa ! Lnoa i Buw 1 pr
lvt fan bur a. Jwrilj't an liruU..o McrcaafoUy
M LandVio mUiiif wulnt; ichlpa wbm Krcatml, by
avmna awrp at vara alUe, wmM by ta mwII meter m
4r mnI JumiU'C aivl 'l.itrKMfmt. Aaxlbrt apparaitM Lt
tte am rrpaM ba him mntolvml t Duatirc. Scofbtaal, wl
applteil a hip thrt. Ta ioT.liKt rnnMnta f a fiur
biwlwl pmpdlrt , flu bt la rftitmrtrv, b ft vl to lav rixtb-v
aatl awkit by pnti- hraJuir; wr tar Mtn Iw the I'am
lnra aa ilwh. It ut uuJ Ihr rniUtr ro aipit aa4 aa
alwppail wtra lar ratst , and will (iit an uf aiaaf y pmrl
f l4 tArorj bata. TUia iwr- m.ty lu it 4 aJaatoa,
bnt tb rwrvpa 'ulj appnM otnr p:rbl. in ant mty br
lm of Wa mat, bat Mtnrb m-t In lUaiibf. It at rather atrany;
btvmtviaaf knt art h i,u4
HaptaaiBcr. 4.:lcrnllir4 tltal
iltat aftr J it aa gaataauU
tVuT: LT " "l
aa crvtiil atoxikt ba put
apr trci.ant lu ran fcir jr
TlMt raciAr Mail Caxupua a auly arrwl anl twa alKaaarra
fnaa X York to Faaasia pT amnta as Ik lat aa4 lUh at
LOCAL. COM UCKCIAU
Tasallpvar ahipOrrn Aaarr arrlarr at IbiapartM laa
Suta. 14 Saya ftr.ua Han fraarlarav aad lb h Tttmm a I a
SW, i days fruat tha annas att, 0nk rraarla ar awlrv
aarbrt a taa Ammetituta liiiaao Cnmpatny. By Ikraa arrtrala
wr kar Han Fraaclara aitvtcra ta September 11th, ! wcrfca
labr Uaa Ihnaa rraiml by tka ataaowc
Raapactlag tka Htarkat ft taUmJ rmlnes sar eorrapan4
rarr raporta i Oar aua swwkrl ia craaiSKty Suit, aad It
laalsbaat lanpnanibia taSaanytaioa; racrpt wttk cbnlaa fraJaa
which arU akwty at lliWUk eta. Mrrftaaa la ftolik at
Slav Tka atnr k af aurwa ia Irat barnU la kwr-ly ba rtcna of
tka Saataad, an4 ar aoly aa4tUa ftir las surart la a ara7 I
tit wiuch ha. , maoa it. appraraa.
M.ilai U anaaaiMr. kral at 30091 la
fflUw, laa aala at I) caa.
Star, canica Ulutxi, arOa aaa.lily at IS rta.
Tar bark Cm AUm arrWod ar mm tar lar, aal waa kaO
Inf f Mn for tlua pnrt ta aail lh liUS ar iMh. Wha ia proaaaiy
aar warit oat bwlay, ami wiU b 4m lha Brat vrrk is Ortohrr.
Taa Bntlalk ai Mary, UU tmaa, aulrr ckarw la) kaJ
gaann waaaapwlwi ! k-aa San Fiaocian aaawt Um aaawa
data with tb MA Ait.
ASairva front Him ft nptt Uta arrival at Srm Broa.nl, ta
lha JTlh n Atrw. taa abip fmrtn, US Says ftroan Ihia part
laa imU liaul aifun at Batia f .r Ihia trt, auaUaa; rarty h
Tha bark KnttfiJT nn4 bria; Rt. Cmmn bntk arrtml sa
tka I'Jta, ta- C.raarr frnas rust M-aual atUk loaibcr, ana! lha
luibf rrR Virtovia. V. I., will an aawtMl carraf toatlto-r
ant atm hamli.
Tar biurk CmmtrtAij a:wlr4 hmra an tha itk. tx TutOsumt,
with n HiU rurxo ml ImIiwmI priatner, valoaJ at 1 277i.4Z.
Thir la a.w na pttrkrt an tha bank krrs ( Wan rranriarat
Uaa Ctmm AtUn. mad IJat t, baing lha rt vrasala nprrtnt,
wilh thut JuatioutiiH.
Tka praaiium on gM in Krw Yuk hoa fluriitatral ala
rapally Jurta lha Inb rina rrpnrtMl by lha luir atafla. rMo
fruat 1X1 b 1UT, and Calling a U5. at which point it reajaainad f
an taa Sh a4npieathrr.
Sprrm all la qttntv.l naaia J:iM 11 JL7&8J ISO, and whale
ail at lt UH.2lt.lU.
The brig A. r. aui In-day wiih aappttra tW tha
aiaanw laUnJa and tha bark It. C. Wftit ft Brraocn, annul
Tiara.lay-iM.nl, atth a lull tMft f ktland pewtuca.
fiaaar Vvae Ship. Jm AntJ arrived at Nrw
uVilftird latrlv rr3 lha Snath ractrtr
arann, having bernabarnt
ri. .1 .pern. warth j
an aamtha, aud takan 3,1)00 barrcla
Tlaatntal rrnUl valia-s 4 lad. n art tstisantrd ft tha par-
! fcatiation al XJU.0jii ft anrium. Huppoaang tbia to
a par rit. on tt rajt;U, tiw rati Lt of it ruy aa wurin i
r.. r..aL French Srean-ahi. C-p-y I.
rumaavnciiil th caartra-ikaot nr new l'Mrs rapcrlaUy fnr I
tha taalgrant traJr. ArracfiwanU are oHrjf mU ta carry
Urga auaabrra. ranch p-aaanla to act tie an banda la lha
vvwatrr. part .t that aired stxv,.
raTrvTLaSriva The bnral chlmarr In tha world
la auld ba that at Itw fort Iturulaa Vaarka, ScotUand. Ita '
ariaiiia. wma inm aiuixuaiiun. ar rI, nav tar aTraanaf M
Swt, Uaa tauailnthin brtng 14 drcp I lha aataidr diaaarlar
an a wvt with the gruuad at 34 trU al lha t li feet 4 Irachra.
Tha ntnet wandrrStl part f tar ah af Ibia kftv rhiaanry ta.
that having awn twaataal ant l the vertical ha la lha extent
af t awl ambaa, bv vloWut what, bvftire lha nanrtnr waa
tvardanrd, kuman skiU kaa r'4ocrd It In s perfect perpend tew
.UPW ,n 'aimaay tvtlM aamclenu la rvrtort the
t ta bit n ppuliUann af KS.iMM )f.oLann kaa 03,000 eita.
ana Th rvraotaa ratwma anw bar tne raw n total af
$S4JI! 95 aad Uaa barter TdtStM JT. Mnwtnnawtth brv3a,0TM
panpat pakl liqw aler' iirvaae to lha aaaatnt af $iS44 9
vrhila I tub wrtS hfr a,HiMaalv paal b wading lha aaaaa lax.
taa entail aauw . Jl.THA tl. Montana's Hranao aw aaanqftx
torwa ami pralMrtlnna waa Xa wtiUw L bk paid avr
thraatlaaei ih.a nuttatnt JtjaWr l'i. la Ibr mat lar af bv
roanr, ihrra ia Miif-r-ru-w mf an IT $A ST, which la an ftarar af
I' kah, whwa btnl Inrnnaa w:aa f in. 37 1 art. MaWvan'a mantis
Bjnaa brrawa mu mKk. eih than thnaa rnnaarrated abwvr,
aaanwnted ta ftl.aO al , atulr I bah. Sou kjm saajrean, waa
fas Mas f a ri-r.T'T rtmr t.tahm, Octuhrr 30th.
Fan Lanataa.Par .'U-tlia MerrtR. Maibtv aarst.
Son lll rr ranuSa. Mnmbay ar Tarsday.
Fan K.Aual.arv It J.H, M.aaday next.
Fas Kfi-rtr lUit or Lka MumUy.
pout or nosroz.Tjz.Tj h. z.
Sept. 14 Srkr Man..kaa. Mkahf. froaa M-ani.
1 t hr ttibl Fllnw. Kaerpunt, frawa Mawt.
ia.Vkr lUinnib'. KiUUatlar, fimaa Mokavai.
I t An t.fe Kuta.r.Alki.fK20 4avafa) rtTawnsrnd
Iw Srit brig Sat Cowan, Wreha.3a days fai Vic Win.
" Si-kr Mary r.laaa, I'ranr. wan Hawaii.
an rVkr llattv. .tit, rmat banal.
Aiw ahln Urns Rover. Carlton, 14 days Crm Sa
Iekr Fairy Uaaew, Aaaith. fmns kUmai.
53 Mrkr Mary. kuae. frowt Kaauai.
sa avae Acttw, Melllak, tman Maai and lUwad.
SO Sckr Mol Kaika. Nape, fmw Mmxu.
A at hia Titnn. Berry, li days aVanv Run Franc tsca.
It eVhr raaahi. Bahcnrb. fmsa Hawaii.
Brkr Marllda, BerrUI, ftrnaa llawaai.
24 S. ar Met air MrmO, Cnanay. trans Maai.
. . at Sens Ink a. l.aabTt. traaa Kaaaai.
54 Svbr Maawoaavrai, Mafcaha, tman Xani.
Brpt. 14 Ant akin rrtaualrr. Brad(4. ft kkri lateral
It .Set IwahfO. ft Ktal aad Miih.u.
SO rVhr Nrttva Mrrrtn, Onner. f .r MaL
t ttenr A ami., raty. a Hawaaa.
3w wch Ka M.aV rawara. ft Maai.
JfO A -t.r Maataekawai, aakahi. ft Xui.
Warwick. John BuiL.k Mntnki.
Schr Kanni Aaa. Rikekr. ft Kanai.
St A ax ahtry Oeana Raver. Cartvwa, b Bakrva laUnd.
SI Set Mary ::! n. Crane, ft M-aua.
St Srbr rrtnea. Weat. ft Hwnii.
31 ehr Owana, Mxkamarlehekt. ft Mfdnkai.
31 Srhr Old Fellow. Kaapwnt. ft Hawaii.
S3 Se.hr Kaaty Cnnsrrfght, Wklra. ft Kanai.
53 Mchr lloka't, Lraal ard NUhao.
2a Sckr Fair Qaaon. Smlta. ft Kanai.
Ant barb Csniarbtce. FroaL. ft rnrtland. O.
54 Aas ship Titan, Barry, ft Baker's lalarai.
l reef Tnw iit rrr KatwarrT. 3Mh i
.drrwa'd N W. ft WTJK3 llcheta. .ft. N 1
roogkNW.nxSMSS aaingteasKa li
La n her
ltha. X.. ow;
Fsax VurroBI4, V. IFr Rott Cowan, Her 20th i
Bracks. N I3.ISW Lumber, ruh N W. ft. 144 .DO
Brandy, qr easa, )'... 3: Sowing. ft.... 374
Iwv r.wida. akxa....... S ag antra.....
,CS. ............... nningkra. .'-.. ai,wuw
Fea BtKEs'a latass Frr Cnr.siW. rVrsaatnte 17th t
ajai , 2S pkra, H II. and torrs
Viturorea....i Ti tfanratm $UJ l
Fan FonTt,a, O. Trr Cambcilge, Hept. 24th t
gguU, ea - Macr, Fbr
Cadaa. tZa 14,177 , Sugars, tta.
VaattS -Daatfci ..-S-7 B74 42t For.
baabutiba rf. ia aa.i arT. ina. ia Uappet wjth Jeal reason, which is omething, as the
aatl mom by tbmr ahi pa bring brlaMtil. aa.1 la aa af tar , n .!
rra.- t f,a v, n,, .,rr uUCt rrA. G1 Rafw eaJ" Mt ' SneJ hJ obcrTatlon
Tboawrrkaou tl sn francax-a, t a awrtins lim itb of merely without its own use. A person with a
SATVRDA Y, SEP TKMDEIl 25.
Tkz aIaa!uietnitin of jo.tice and the qualifica
tions f tlc jiMla for a:fral week a
f. rcnHoerit Uj f t!iiuiu. In rcj.ljr t- tlie
bunt of uuiigruttkrit with wbi'h.uo nil hauLi, tl
iufriuaUjt of ti apriottfcnt ol tt? ieCouJ A-
Ma bta Justice waa rMti"!, e tad a trvMe ai.J ' to l.ave withdrawn, tut that j.rida und Bclf-c-oiiC-pitbLje
attempt at a tlrfcnce f the act, in which ! deuce which uuet rx-rsona j.-x. ik duuht
it m hanl to any wlth-r iM atu-r iiuhvility or Mtimubli-d him to keep his phce, when he
it c4 tDiHidenee preiloitiittnted. A time wure should httte cteji'd out, aifl al!vel a well
n, aniIr evidence was !. J cr tlir truth of I iium ta take his our. The fact that the
eharse of ntfer iin- tity jKit frtn by lL'wur- i Ilsrvanls, on the 16th of August, went over the
ital. and every day is 3Minj; frih proofs, in a- j ha rue curc in 21 minutes and ID m-oii1p, and
jarently an increasing rati, of t!. Niitl
A-aociates utter ui.fitr.rM for t!.e I'K-Iti .ii, and,
froia a tone of audacious anl insolent bravad,
the goremrnent organ has subsided into a prudent
and dl.-creet silence. It did nt dl.-dain to take
up the cudgels in defence of its creature when tltc
attack was firt made. n.-ce-.arily in a quiet man-
iter ; how then will it exjltin its Hence except
as an implied admission that tlie charges are con
elusive and unanswerable, now that we have
Pointed out week after week instances of the
grossest iguoraxicc of Liw and incapacity fr judi-
eial ttutce, in cases of the plainer t cliaracter. Tle
machinery of jostiee will g on finootldy enough,
as it is out of eight to most, when it is guided by
a rkillful hand, but an ignorant meddler there-
with, if he lias any moral conscientiousness, will
soon be applied by the hideous wreck of justice
and human rights effected by bis bungling efforts
Any mn hiving any knowledge at all of tlte
law knows, that there is no middle course by
which a jf rson may be enabled to steer through
the infinite andintricated nuuc of law, a.4itcd
t merely by common fcrwc without a mind informed
g'SJ natural anl cultivated mind may succeed in
tolerable juMlee between ptrties if ho be
unlettered ty any rules of pot-itne law ; but the
moment he 1ms to deal with tltcse, common tense,
merely, is of no further avail, ami a competent
knowledge of the law, both as a science and as an
art, is the only answer by which he can eseat-e
from his difLeuhiew. He comes to deal with that
which is technical and founded upon reasons in-
numerable, and apparently conflicting, impossible
to be discovered by ingenuity or intuition. There
is no better evidence of ignorance of law and un
fitness for judicial office limn the vain notion that
, t t
(lie OeUlg BMC to reatl. or the knowIcJge of, tlie
tatcn of the country, is buflkient to enable
to construe those statotes and disT4raiA i H !n tar
involved in them. No one knows this better than
the Second Associate's raxtron and friend, the Min
ister of Finance. These and similar arguments
he lias often used wf.cn it suited his purpose;
therefore, bow can there 1 any doubt but tliat
this appointment is nice little job for tlte bene
fit of self and friend?
Certain if fat tlte whoJe r Cliri.-tendom
might be raiwacked in rain to find a jorallel of a
judge who coolly takes the severest charges with
out aa attempt at a justification, or bringing to
Sh fa r vara a PS. waa. waa. t . 1 m t ? a . s !
: 7 no not
T ,uwt,tithtT truo tor
inform him as to the j-roter courre to pursue. If
los aitenee is an iO).!ttd admiesi m tltat the state
ments relative to his acts are true, d-s it Hot
amount to a full adlntWion of his itJCOmttcnrc
Tlio Ititonittttottxtl Jiottt lttio
Imagine a million sixtators, and you have
some idea of tlte interest which was cnlistoi in
the great boat race, ltwren the Ibrvunls and i
Oxibrds. which took pbce Ofl the TluiACia on the
o- of Aafptt One-thirtieth of the entire
ronulation of Ernrbnd tOfk to t!ieniMlvi a I.. .II.
, in. i
oay, and fLat kcd to the lanks of the ancient
. , . ,. .
Wltnc- f-r muscular anio
ri.JTlty between loong America anl Old Kn-
t... I . . .
Uod' 11 tDUHl nave U'CH a grand Sight, such as
b not often seen, even in a country where na-
. . """"Jf win re na-
llonai porta are part 01 t.V very existence of the
people. The banks of tlie Thames," says the i
telegraph on the 27 th, 'have been lined with
spectators since an early boar, and the city has
been almost deserted ; vehicles of all dccrip- !
tioTS, bearing the Harvard or Oxford colors, i
. . , . .. , (
iieaviiy uuen wnn peoj ie, crowuetl all tlte roads
leading tithe couroe during the entire day. It j
is no exaggeration to state that probably a mil- '
lion of people witnessed the race. !
The race course was on the River Tliaraes, I
above Lor loo. The day is said to have been an- j
usually favorable fr the t.ort, the wind light
and the tide favorable. Tlie Harvard used an
American boat built by Elliot, which they took
over with them, forty-four feet long, tliice feet
wide at the widest part, and eight inches deep,
or 1I inches over all. She drew only seven
inches when loaded. The weights of the two
crews, as they stood the day before tlie race, are
given as follows :
riarvarda Faye (bmw). lS t Lvman, 151, Himmone. 171
Lartatf (vtrakrX 144 Barn bam (roxeaaio), Hi. Tt U(da
Unrbiahir (alrofce). 11 1 Tlonr. 119 'srh.amugb, 1A)
Wilbia (bow). 1H4 Han (coxswain). Iu7. (UUtma. Captain
af lave Land on Rawrtng Chan. wiU be aaapire ft lha Harvard,
and Cbiity ft lha UxnwUna. liiak has been apuoinled
At 5 o'clock, 1 1 minutes and tteoonds, the
signal was given, and tlie two boots started, the
distance to the goal being four and a half miles.
The correspondent of tl TrUune telegraphs as
Wkm lb word was given lha Marvarde notad start raim
Into piny, ft their oar tth, water first, making ftaTty-threa)
strka per minute. Ta Oxftmia waadr only lurty. Ft n
ml and a naif tha race xva apwavlid. Tha llarvards soon
drew away front the OxOda and kept tha lend to Craven
Cottage, n atwtanca of Ihrec-quartrra of a mile. The Oiftda
then drew ep level. Jnat beyond HammerMnlth bridge, when
aaT Che wick, tarn miles nod n haU front the start, they gained
tha b-ad. After that they won aa they liked. The Oxford
crew awver claanfea tbnr aroke tonne; the raro. Thcatroka
af tha Harvarda waa IrrrgaLar. They bsat furnt nboUy above
Hsiiimi isniith, and when oOT Cheawick were rowed lopi,
thewch they pulled to the and f the lanpesna race with mag
u Sterol pincfe. and that tosg after the strengtb and conlrul
aver their maaclea had t -Bed. For I be fcaat two milca they
had pluck, and that only i the coxawsia steering wkle and Um
stroke bcli fatally quick. The suprrturtiy of the Oxford a
waa manifest tkmogVaal the race, which wss never doubtful
aUrr th Srat half mil, tbuwgh the Harvarda retained the brad
ft soaxe bass atee that point.
The correspondent of the New York World
telegraphed as follows :
The race ba conceded nnrveraariy to have been perfect! Cur
sad honorable on both sate. The liane aceupted by tbe'llar-
vnroa v 7. nimntea i secanns. more taan tnev tnok
th emarsr a ftt days fK The day waa fair, hut the tide
nnUvnrabh) the Brat SMe of the race, and the Harvarda
ahead by a tore than length, rowing 4i atrokea per rolmiir,
and tha Oxftwda 39. The Harvard rowing waa the ava.1
brilliant, and many b-Brve the race might have been gained
had the cot a wain made n bet lev eT.rt to take the Oxford
water, as llamtneramith bridge kavmg brew paaaed, the ad
vaatase vsaa ttitl with the llarvards i bat It was seen that I be
twace at which they started could not be sustained. A the
Harvarda sank from 43 to 4 2 aorl lower, the Oxford roae to 49
strokra per minute, wad twatntaiord it without allerait.4 to
the end. A hula beft Cheawick waa pasw.d ab.il hau'
way the Oxftvds mad? n aparodid maneuver, aad the cox
swain took the liarvarda water all Buruhaia'a rffbrta to
eacape the Oxford were In vain. A Cheawark Church waa
paaard. the liarvarda were vbibty diatrwanl, Bumhant thnar
lag the water aver kia stroks, and Simnauns, on wkant the
labor and aniirineas toid heavily. It was now perceived that
the race xvaa Inst by the Harvard, though one more heroic
effort wxa mad to gain, w hen the gun aonndrd. The Harvard
crew, aaer a moment's real, drew op by the aide of the Ox
ftd boat and applauded the victors by clapping their bands.
Tka Oxfords acknowledged this by taaing off thcar hata.
The result was the Oxfords won by one and
a half lengths of their boat, or, in time,
six eecoods, the whole time having been 22
minutes, 40$ womad. More full detaib will
be found on our third ltgr, as also cotu
raents of the London preai on tie race. The
i conteet is conceded cu all banl to have Veen
booorablj (vinlucteJ aiJ Ctirlj wr.n by the Ox-
Tito tLluB etidetitlj fdvortvl tle winiiera;
tho Cnt of which was Ciinlliatitjr with tie
locality. Fur UDqueatiunaLIjr tl.e Cict that they
were on their own aportiug court, in tltcirown
ruantry, oimI anttig tit-ir (Umiliar OMintrvni' ii,
tount late ltn in their Citur atiJ cijiinlly aMinrt
the otrancre. 'cuLJIy. Lorir., Cuj Uuu uf the
' Ilrrmrdr, waj ea9Vring frr.iii boils.
the Hifrds f.Uwcl tls-m in 22 luiittiU-s and 10
! socouds, ehowed wttat cotdd bu d.jiie when ecry
man was in trim.
1 lowever, the race las been fairly conducted.
and fairly won by the Oxfords, and they are cn
titled to tl citato pion's prize ngaintt the whole
world, and LiiUnnia etlll continues to rule the
t waves. The gauntlet was thrown down by the
ILmards. and they Iiave been defeated ; tlsugh
no one can say the defeat curries any dislionor.
) In fact, the latter deserve credit for doin;
' as well as they did under the circumstances.
Should the Oxfords at any time return the com
pliment, and challenge the Harvard to a race on
American waters, the chances will undoubtedly
be in favor of the latter, wlio will lie at home
! and among their own people. It requires great
Dcrve for grangers to stand up thus in a foreign
country, and seek to conquer and carry away the
houors which have been worn for centuries.
Pluck is one thing ; but ntrce to neutralize the
excitement which such an occasion as the 27th of
Augutt is calculated to create, is quite another
Among the names of the Harvard crew will bo
noticed that of Lyman, who is a son of Ilcv. I).
U. Lyman, of Ililo, and brother of Lieut. Cior.
Lyman of Hawaii. He is acknowledged to be
one of the best rowers in America.
The result of the race was announced by the
cable telegraph in New York, only twenty-three
minutes after the decisiou was given by the
judge on tle Thames River, though the express
rider had to puth his way through a dense crowd
; r pectators for three-quarters of a mile. This
j u a" nsta,M?e 4,1 tUo wonderrul changes which
I ttc telegraph hi accomplishing in the transmis-
j ,on r
I The 'cw Yc
York Independent has the following :
Having rmdeaserlr all the variiis accuonla, a-e are filled
with wliuiratloo lor ooa general quality exhibited by
crews i thia waa not a anuch their Kt.iri.KU lark daring the
I ,!a a" tanr cDivajrooa conriesy aiierwaro. t ne
ambitkaia ovTwnl treated each other with a true nohillty of
raniif xiiKauwi rw cooaitiaie im can viciury to inia
Cuntios race, and abich botb parlira equally and praadly won.
As our heart la of American fiber, we bad art nor araipathles
OA .1 ifH II. p . rH lh.1 Ik. .f f 1 v f. .L-t...
tnok away ftir a fcw asoaaenla all beauty out of Uaa aamtner
sky. Hut when the full particular canw. ahowioit the brave
' bchaviuc faT oar Vankes bwya. and ahowins alao Ike aiv4!eaa
fUimeaa of our Brill h cueaina, we were ahuiMlanlly eoutrDt to
kt the patai be boraa awav by thear (rirtadiaral of Um-m.
Meanwhile, let aa juy fully coo an a that lour Harvard ami
fair Uafird atlcnta. by ruwlug au Internal Uaial race, have
ddtas more to sUr the pulae of $ jod feeling hrtwem (real
Uritaia and the l"uitcd Hialea lhau the entire t-rWu ca uur ex
antnaetcr Kevcnly Johoaoo, and ol our present and but )ct auc
tVajfttl imhriaatilor. John Lathrop Motky.
Muiiroiiio Ctirt Itoennl.
Again we arc compelled to revert fo the farci
m I .,njuA.i;nM it r,. i.i,..:ui.m r it.
,jaetico Widetnann, in the now ridieuIouMy cele-
! brated ca of lLazliu vs. .McDonald. We will
l - fl recapitulate, in chronological order, lis,
ti-nngs in .ourt, in
in onler that our readers inny
get some connected ideas of how this wonderful
I case stands.
j Sept. 4th. Decreo mnde t!at Kcsndent jiy
J Sept. 8th. Ku-jioiideiit dihchargcl by AVide
; m.inn, J. Final decreo having been rendered
in this case. llesiatiiJent is dLtchnrped I .ilu-llnt
i gave notice of motion for the Oth that the Court
amend its judgment, so as to include the cofts,
also for an order that the Kespundent le
!beld in custody until the judgment for damages
and costs are tid.
Sept. 9th. Respondent npjiearcd, ready U
argue the motion to amend, and Lihclbnt filnj
j grounds of motion, which were different from tlie
I .a . vrv a . aw.a. n .
nonce 10 Kcsponucnt ol 'ptemDer eth, viz:
' To correct the decree hy adding thereto a judg
ment fr costs in favor of Libellant.' Also
moves the Court " to award an execution, against
tuo LiHaut in the nature of a capias and of a
fi-fa' tu enforce the decree for the jay men t of
damages and costs." Ilespondcnt opbod the
notion, " because there bad been no such judg-
ment, and tliat Respondent had been diN:liarged
. . .
nnucr jinai titer cc. j;.-cauc sucii is the Iinal
process in cases of Admiralty and maritime juris-
diction. That Respondent had no notice of such
xuotiou." Continued until September 10th, at
11 o'clock. Motion argued. Same day, Court
entlorses on that motion, 44 let monition h-eue
that Respondent pay $250 within four days."
Sept. 10th. Court endorses on motion of 9th,
"costs remitted monition ioMied that Henry
McDonald pay the raid amount of $2o0 haecificd
in the decree aforesaid, together with the costs of
this monition, within four days." The moni
tion itself contained this couiiuaod, 44 within four
days, including this day, tlie date of this muni
tion.'" The words which wc have italicized,
were not in the decree made Sept. 9th or 10th.
Sept. 13th. Libetbut notified Respondent of
motion for 14th at 10 o'clock" that Libellant
bad filed a motion before the Hon. II. A. Wide
mann, Firt Assocbte Justice of tlie Supreme
Court for an attachment or tcrit of execution in
the nature of a ta to, to enforce the decree for
the payment of the damages," tc, said motion,
supported by affidavit, being filed with the Justice
Sept. 14tb. Respondent excepted to the mo
nition as not used in Courts of Admiralty, and
could only be bad in original process. It was
not an intermediary writ.
It was not in accordance with tlie order of tlie
Court on September 10th. No fractions of a day
are allowed in computations of time; the moni
tion was premature ; the time for a monition in
accordance with the decree had not expired ; and
moved to dismiss the proceedings.
The Court took time to the 15th, to decide on
Sept. 15th. The Court did not decide on the
legality of the writ, whether it was premature
or not, but ordered that a writ of capias ad satis
faciendum issue. Respondent gave notice of ex
ceptions to ruling and of a motion to set it aside.
Same day. writ ca sa, or attachment issued,
setting forth order of September I Oth, (there
was no Mich order) with tbo words, 44 including
this date," which were not in the decree.
Sent. ICth. Respondent gave notice of motion
for the 17th, at lU o'clock, to rescind and set
aside the writ whereby the Respondent was Iteld,
and filed eight written reasons in support of eaid
motion. (Tlacse will be found in full in our issue
of last week.)
The foregoing motion was bet for the 17th, but
Judge Wideinanu went to Koolau on that day.
So the whole matter stood over untd thatoQlciars
return, and on Thursday the 23d, the final argu
ments were made by counsel and the motion sub
mitted. In this instance, the Judge gave his de
cision at once, without consuming any time in
44 considerations." and overruled the motion.
The substance of the words used, was as follows :
44 1 hare not the slightest doubt as to the power
of this Court to rescind its own decrees. I never
show BuGcient cause to anthorixe bis release. In re- !
eard to the chjectvms made other th.o technical !
; th Court has ten particular to guard the rights of
rvtrasiilnravt that ll rricnnav cK.uil.l K . . a. 1 . .
: - , " ' " , , i De Havana JMler or the 21st says DeKoda lert se-
longCTthau when sufheicnt cause should lie shown cretly l..r Matanzas. accompanied by a personal
for hid duacharKe. The Respulideiat hns flu led ti ! imiinI. tt i rnmnw ha inlonAaA tn narrinn
tbs ltp.nJent. The Friday. Saturday, Sunday
a q.I MvrttiUy (here the Court couuted on its fin
gers) were allowed, including the day of service
made. But ohjctua having been made to this. I
ve until the 15th, and he not paying. I should not
be justified ia releasing the prisoner. I think ample
justice has been done him."
It will be observed that the learned Judge does
not deign to say a word about h'ts trrii being in va
riance with his order on the Oth, on the 10th. and
on the 15th.
It tuted to be a frequent saying of a former mem
ber of the br t.f our Supreme Court, that 44 the
practice required to be settled. It is fast laecoming
settled now, with a vengeance.
An eminent writer on Admiralty Judge Betts. of
the Southern D:trict Court of New York, sets forth
the importance- ,f fixed and settled practice of
Courts' in the following words :
The practice t.f cvun L ibe means by which the juxlice of
the land i avtminlatered.
The fundamental law rrealra the forum ami impart Its
t-aparilir. 1l practice rr mode of pmcedure give those
faculties thor vitality and naefulneas. The wisest law will
(ail suba.tviiijr their gwal purpose if the mUiiairatiou of Uaa
murte i en arrancrd and conducted as to apply them Imper
fectly or inetilrieuily.
That Ibis element eaaenlial to all Judicatories, demands the
nvwt sacactous and provident direction, ha been realized at
'I'lio New Weekly.
A new aspirant for popular favor and support
was, on Tuctiday morning last, la unci ted on tho
somewliat uncertain sea of Honolulu journalism,
under the name of 44UivVxetts Owx." It presents
a rather modest four-column page, well filled with
advertisements and original and selected reading
matter, reminding one of Ayrea Dailt Herald,
which flourished here three years ago, but as yet
lacking the spirit and vivacity which characterized
that short-lived but very readable journal.
Its editor dabltes at once and unmistakably into
the arena of political dispute, raising his voice
against the introduction of Chinese laliorers in
any way whatever, and contending that European
labor will eatit-fy all our wants and furnish us a
better material from which to construct our na
tional edifice. "We agree with the writer in his
remarks concerning the desirability of European
laborers the more of them brought here tlie bet
ter for us all.
Another of its political articles is devoted to tho
Supremo Court, in which it attempts to white
wash tlie newly-appointed Second Associate. The
pith of its argument rests on the theory that be
cause a blackeinith may become, a good shoemaker
or carpenter, therefore an unread clerk may be
come a sound judge of the highest court in the
kingdom, without the requisite preparation and
ftudy. This reasoning, if it proves anythingf
proves too much, as under its operation, we
might bo obliged to accept any artizan as good
material for the Supreme Court bench, simply
because he is a good artizan. The editor, quite
unintentionally, hits bis favorite judge a hard rap
when ho nsks, won't the mountain now bring
forth a mouse?"
Now that we have our pen in hand criticising
our cutemporary, we might as well notice his
silutatory, in which ho says :
44 Tb. rt-fi.rr, we shall bi careful to avota the ne of hasty, or
nnreemly langunire, believing that cool, calm and geutlviuanly
words are by far the heat weapnna for use in discussion. 1'er
avmality, slang, or scurrility shall find no place In our column.
(rood retiolutions arc always to be commended,
but the difficulty of adhering to them may bo il-
i lustraied by the opening sentence of the very !
j next anagraph, which reads :
j 44 As in erery instance of reform, tkrrr art IkoMe here who
are Iht rrtily tool oj litt Satanic Majwuty," Ac.
However, we merely instance this to show how
easy it is to make promises, and how difficult to
keep them. Notwithstanding, this unintentional
slijt-up, wc truft our cotcniporary will improve
in quality, size, and favor with the public till its
oracles may excrcine that inUucnec in moulding ;
public opinion, which every well-conducted jour- j
nal isec in projortion aa it is free, unbiassed j
a i t . .
anu luucponuent. .uw wo luruier irma mat it ;
may meet with such sucecni that at some day not j
far distant, the government may sets the propriety i
a- t. -e
oi retiring trout tne iircna 01 journalism aim o-
1 t r- , . .... ....
iiucai siriie, uuu iru to me itriotism ol the . Regarding our remarks altout the cane borer,
people for that defence and support which they j we had the facts from persons who were shown
are ever ready to give, when it trusts wholly to j and who saw the borers on both the estates re
Uiciu, instead or seeking, as it now docs, to stir j fcrred to; but wo must decline to compromise
up political strifes and personal animosities among our friendd, by the publication of names, who
those who are its warmest friends and firmest , might thereby become the object of petty perse-
rupi-.tn.!.-. j cutlon on tj,e part 0r thcir superiors. We will
1K30-1HOO. j state, however, tltat, as regards the Waihee
Among the papers ofTn old resident, now de- " ,,autatiou. Firti wcro 1'pared to bid and
censed, has 1hii found a letter to the 44 Sandwich ! WOulJ LaVe Udf M hl&h MOne huudrea thousand
Islands Institute," from the venerable Thomas ' dolIarB lor the KlmC had U not bccn for the CJtl8"
Clurkson, the friend and co-laborer of Wilber- tUC tlxte f thw,e borere' If the lmve since
force in the abolition of the system of African becn erad,catod nono 444 4, more pleased to re
slavery, as onco known and practiced upon ord tlie fact than we'
RritMi territory. Tho letter is dated August ! Aa otl,er portions or the article, we
2Gth, 1S3'J, and contains sentences which will j haVO n uipP8itn to bandy words with the
bear publishing at this time, as givin advice ! WM,er nor to havc the la" to say on the
upon evils which existed thirty years ago, and j 8ubject' ur X is -J to uttcr e truth,
existing at the present time, though perhaps in a and. to Promotc the interests of the public, as
different form. The writer says : against those of individuals, who seek to make
"Tlii-re bt one circumstance mnre lo be deplored than anv tl,e 0,uctt4 PC6S a medium for the aggrandize-
f I.Jaa lea tha hk Af ta.. . S X a ....
waiter 10 reuieu j ll. aoubl tney not I persuaded to let
out llieir Uods to tenants aa In Lun.e T They would atill
have tha property of the Ulanda as before, and suill. ici.t au
thority over thir people k,r the purposes of government I
am aware thai no man likes to part with powur ; but still this
la a vital deaideratum, and a step which must at some time or
other b-s taken or there ia a bar lo aU improvement. Murli a
atep would promnU Industry and labor, aud labor would pro
mote bemlUt. and perhups al..p the desolating havoc made in
your popnlallon, which no man can read without born.
Akin to ibis U the power which the kings have over the prop
erty of the i-r-ide. W batever a man may earn Is not his own.
.... . 7U7e "7 U two evil, againat which you will
have to contend, before the condition of tl.e common people
can be sum Unrated, and I trust thai some way will be dis
covered by which you may remedy them by decrees. Other
natwua bare been in the same atate of aoei-ty where these
evil do not note exiat. What has been done once may he
done again, ihuuelt this mual be a work of lime. i
i neeti not i. u you, wlao are liberal and enlightened men, how,
in try Ing to remedy the two evtta above tnenUoued. you must
tnenUoued, you must
steer ciear cn slavery."
One of the evils referred to by Mr. Clark-
son, U the ownership of the soil by the kings.
While in 1839 tlte soil was monopolized by
the king, it ia no less a fact tliat in 1809
the soil is held ia largo parcels, not only by
the King and remaining chiefs, but capitalists,
graziers aud planters arc also absorbing the
brger tracts of land. We aro informed by a
gentleman who has investigated tho subject, that
a brger part of tho arable lands of this Kingdom
are held by a few individuals ; a fact as much to
be deplored now as in 1839. The second evil
spoken or cannot now be said to exist, or if it
docs, and we have heard rumors of oppres
sion which may not be well founded, there is a
remedy by appeal to the law. The third evil
mentioned, which did not exist at the time the
writer penned the letter, but which it appears he
was fearful we might fall into, and which be
warns us to steer clear of," is ebvery. We
should not, in order to have steered clear of
sbvery, have initiated a coolie system with its
special code of bws and rcgubtions.
As bearing upon the subject of lands and the
coolie system, we quote from a leading American
pupcr the follow ing :
44 To adopt a coolie system would be the resource of impa
tience, and therefore nowise. The labor situation al the South
springs from coerced labor. To Introduce a system of peon
age, or otodincd slavery, by filling the col too fields with new
barbarians would be to prolong the system of vast plantations,
of want of machinery, and of all Improvements, and to multi
ply Ignorant and degraded labor. In every way this would be
intulvraMe. The testimony of cotton planters ia quite conclu
sive that intelligent labor upon small farms will harvest the
beat cotton crop, both In quality and quantity.'
Will not this argument bold good in regard to
sugar cane culture? Are not the remarks re
garding the coolie system applicable in this
locality? To avoid a sembbnee of slavery in the
future, should be the aim of every friend of
New Yobk. Ang. 30. The Sun has the following :
prisoner accused of putting poion in the bread of
toldiers. and the vhmter-n threaten ta kill him if
The Ilazlin r.. McDonald case still drags its
elow length along. Should the Hon. Associate
Justice who has thb matter in hand, through
unforeseen circumstances, attain to a lengthy ad
ministration of the duties of his office, he will
look back to this his maiden experience in Ad
miralty cases, not, we Tear, with entire satisfac
tion. We gave last week the motion of Stanley,
Proctor for respondent, that the writ of attach
ment. or rather the so-called 44 capias ad satis
faciendum by which McDonald, respondent,
was remanded to prison, lie rescinded, and said
respondent set at liberty. Wo also gave the
ciyht grounds upon which the motion was made.
On Thursday, the 23d, Associate Justice
TTidemann having returned, duly refreshed and
invigorated, from his excursion over the Pali,
the motion as above was heard, and ably argued
by Mr. Stanley on the eight points mentioned. The
plea may be summed up as follows : That the
monition was not according to decree of Court,
the decree of Court being that respondent pay
within four days," and the monition being fur
ther qualified by the words inserted, 44 including
this day," thereby shortening the time to one
day less than the time ordered by decree of
Court. That the writ arresting the person was
issued one day too soon, it not yet appearing
that respondent was unable to pay within the
specified time. That no writ arresting the per
son could be issued, it being a civil case, till
there had been contempt of decree of Court.
That Admiralty Courts in all eases followed the
local laws and precedents, and that in this King
dom there was no imprisonment for debt.
W. C. Jones, Proctor for libellant, set forth in
reply : that the objections were merely technical ;
tliat four days, strictly reckoning from hour to
hour, had elapsed ; that respondent had not even
yet paid ; that in fact no monition was necessary ;
and that the Courts in Admiralty must have
means to enforce their authority. Full reference
waa made to Abbott's Admiralty Reports.
Tho Court overruled the motion, the prisoner
thereby remaining in confinement.
"Whatever may be the absolute justice of the
grounds taken and decrees givcu, it is evident
that the proper forms have not been observed.
It would seem as if even a youthful judge should
know whether the decree for damages should in
elude the continuance under arrest of the person,
or not ; also whether the words 44 including this
day" should be inserted or interlined? after
" four days " or not, either in decree or moni
tion. Some people think our remarks on late
judicial irregularities unnecessary and severe.
We reply that as good manners are tho safe
guards of society, so are certain legal usages the
safeguards of justice, and for this reason most
carefully to be observed and guarded.
A. Urler Itjly to iv Iona; 3Gtll
torlitl. The manager of the Gazette entertains the
2224 readers of that paper, see report of the
on Printing to the Legislature of
th two columns of senseless twaddle in
reply to our commercial comments of last week.
The style and bnguage too conspicuously point
to the source the article emanated from, and will
satisfy every reader that private and pecuniary
interests controled the pen which wrote it.
It is quite unnecessary for us to reply at any
great length to the two columns aforesaid. We
are tierfeetly content to wait until our estimates
are verified or disproved by the actual figures.
. . . 1 a '
which time will record. If we have over-
estimated the yield of our plantations, we know
one thing that the best judges will have erred
of themselves and their friends at the ex
Icnfte of others.
Tito fSpniilfctlt Throne.
Affairs in Spain appear to be approaching a
crisis again, as every mail brings advices of new
revolts and insurrections. A head is wanted for
the (Jovernmcnt, without which permanent peace
can never be secured. The telegraph states that
44 the Captain General of Madrid has written a
letter to Serrano in which he says that the imme
diate choice of a King is indispensable, in order
to put an end to the wide spread immorality and
deplorable anarchy and disorders which prevail
throughout the country. Tho letter was read in
the council of ministers and created a profound
Serrano is now Regent, that is, a person chosen
to act as ruler of a monarchy, in the absence of
a King or Queen. Hut a Regent does not satisfy
a people who think they must have a King.
There are several aspirants to the Spanish throne,
but each of them has some faults, and is con
sidered not the right man. It now looks as if
either Marshal Serrano, the Regent, or General
Prim, who is at the head of the War Depart
ment, will by a coup de etat, aspire to the throne,
proclaim himself King, and hold his position
purely by force.
No republican form of government could exist
in Spain at present, because the habits, tastes
and education of her people are purely monarchi
cal. To sustain a republic requires that the
masses be intelligent and educated with liberal or
democratic ideas, which is not the case in Spain.
Consequently a monarchy will be the best form
of government for her, and a King Bhe doubtless
will soon have.
The SecretArj rf the Nary is re Jncinjr tbe fleet
expenses as rapidly as possible. Instead of 55 ves
sels in tbe squadrons on duty lost year, there are
now only 43.
CoxsTAxnsoPLE. Sept. 1 A messenger Las left
bre with tbe SulUn'e reply to tbe letter of tbe
Viceroy of Egypt. It is reported that the Saltan
expresses bis satisfaction wilb tbe Pasha's amur
ances of bis loyalty, and commands him to sell or
transfer to tbe Turkish Government all tbe iron
clads and breach-loaders ordered in Europe ; keep
his forces within tbe prescribed limits ; abate taxa
tion ; publish his annual budget and abstain from
negotiations with foreign governments.
London. Sept. 3. Mr. Willan. bow oar of the
Oxford crew, in a letter to tbe Time, explains
how the Oxfords beat tbe Ilarvards only one
length and three-quarters. . He says that some
mistake ia regard to the placing of the flag de
ceived them. Tbey e&wd np, while the Harvards
pulled strong as ever. He says, however, tbe Ox
fords lully acquire in tbe decision of the Jadge.
The Harvard. 6ix men, have railed to .New York
on tbe Cty cf Antictrp.
Tlte neM' Demoeratle Platform.
Since the late war, the Democratic party of the
United States has been at a loss to unite on
a political platform, which would prove accept
able to all Democrats in all parts of the country.
As a body they have, therefore, to some extent,
become demoralized, though m several States the
party has remained so united as to be able to
elect its State officers, and control official patron
age. The Democrats in Massachusetts have
selected as their candidate for Governor, John
Qrixcv Adams, grand-son of the late ex-President
of the same name, who lias written a letter,
which promises to give tlie Democrats the nucleus
for a new platform. lie advises them to accept
the situation of tlie Southern States as fully re
stored to the Union, and the enfranchisement of
the negroes as a settled question, no longer to
be discussed. In accordance with bb views, the
Democratic Convention of that State has issued
1 . Acquiescing in the condition of tlie States of
the South, and the enfranchisement of the negro ;
2. Denouncing all prohibitory liquor laws ;
3. Advocating the annexation of Cuba and
From this it may be inferred that the annexa
tion project is to become a plank in the platform
of the party throughout the Union. It indicates
simply that this is likely to become a popular
idea with the masses, and if so both parties will
fall in with it, and adopt it. The freedom with
which the annexation of Canada and Cuba is dis
cussed in England, France, and Canada, shows
how public opinion is changing on questions
which a few yeara since would not have been
tolerated. La France of Paris says :
44 However painful it may be for Spain to accept the sug
gested solution of the Cuban difficulty, there Is no other plan
possible. 1 1 is the only way for Spain to save some fragments
of the wreck. The value and duraUon of Cuban independence
under the protection of America is an other question. The de
sire to absorb, which characterizes the Americans, qualifies
them very badly to perform Uie part of a platonic protectorate.
It is very probable that behind a compromise they are trying
to bring out a second edition of the history of Texas.
The London Post, in an editorial says :
44 We entertain a shrewd suspicion that the best thing that
Spain can do is to close with America in respect to Cuba. Bhe
gains nothing by Cuba in her present state, but loses a sum she
cannot afford. She will not be strong enough lo a lamp out the
insurrection, but is obliged by a false sentiment of honor to
continue tne attempt, wnicn is costly ana unavailing, not
withstanding the denial of the rumored negotiations, we should
not be surprised to hear that the purchase of Cuba has been ef
Lessons Given in Music,
Sinsin&r and French !
BT MRS. H. ROBINSON.
OPEN TO ALL., EVERT DAT
Hoars from 9 A. 91. to 10 P. 31.,
Untairs, in tbe Sailor II me.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet
ings of the . 51. U. A. t9S ly
ABOUT TO LEAVE THE KINGDOM, I
hereby tender my thanks to the public of Honolulu and
vicinity for the liberal support elven me. All persons having
claims sgainst me, and tiinee indebted to me, will please call
tor settlement. (WW It) nil. WEIUIIT.
rsmiE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Al that WM. HUGHES and KUANK V. DUN N K have en
tered into a Co-partnership for the purpose of carrying on a
Retail Liquor Saloon. The Co-partnership lo date from the
Jdtii or September.
Honolulu, September 24, 1S69. 693 St
Corner Hotel nnd For. Sts.,
BY HUGHES & DUNNE.
-rvrV HAVING hATELr RENOVATED
tivfl n'' r-"rurn'he,i "'e abo-e well known place of eoter
.vJ taloment, the Proprietors respectfully inform the
" . l,.,i.i:M ...... ....... v....... v. ...i l V. ; .
' u . 1 1 1. ,,.,, I 1 J iiuic 'u UAUU ...14 will . li.,ilUJ
but the best of Liquors, Ales, Wines, ftc, &c., at their Bar.
Hells, Bells, Bells !
E . O. HAU. & SON
Br THE MAGNET
an Assortment of
MENEELY'S CELEBRATED BELLS,
Suitable for Ckurckes, Schools and Plantation,
Ranging from 19 to 209 lbs. with Wheel and Standards com
plete. tt sm
Supreme Conn in Probate.
Ia the mutter of the Estate of WILLIAM NKWTON LADD,
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu. late deceased.
IlOPEIl APPLICATION HAVING BEEN
U made to the Honorable Alfred S. H art well. Justice or the
Supreme Court, by JOANNA LADD, for an Administrator to
be appoint.! upon tne r.state ot ner aeceasea ouanana, n miu
N. Ladd, of Honolulu, aforesaid, and also that a Guardian may
be appointed over the Estates of the minor children of said
deceased. Notice 19 herebv riven to all persons whom it may
concern, that FRIDAY, tlio 22d day of OCT011EK next, at 10
o'clock in tbe forenoon, is a day ana noor appmuien ror uear
ing the application aforesaid, aad all ol jecuons that may be
offered thereto, at tlie court House in ineiown oi uodoiuiu.
Deputy Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18C9. 69St
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
fF THE KOIIALA SUGAR. IOMPASV,
J. P For sale in quantities u suit oy
696 3 in UABiuK at UWftE.
Dealer In Wines, Spirits, Ale aad Porter.
698 . ilotavlaalu. ly
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ot 8an Francisco.
INDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed azents for the above Company, hrg leave to
inform tbe puniic that tney are now preparea to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES. FREIGHT raod TREASURE.
600 ly WALKER c ALLEN.
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet. Merrliant and Queen,
IIAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Ualv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, f top Cocks, India Rubber Hse best 3-rlv in
lengths of 26 and 50 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very larse stock of Tinware of erery descrip
tion. Jobbing and Kepamng done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship M ork.
Thankful to the citicena of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by sliict
attention to nusmess to merit tne same lor ine nuure.
XT Orders from the other fcsiands will be carefully attended
to. 696 ly
AT AV II IT NET'S
Commercial News Depot,
Ships 44 Ocean RoTer," and " Titan,"
SEPT. 20th AND 23d.
SafocriBers tco af net receive their papert, vchrn adver-
thereof by return mail.
HARPR,S WEEKLV August 28. Sept. 4, 11
Harpy's Basar .11
New York Herald
44 Tribune........... ,,
44 Evangelist.. ,
....August 28. (tent, a! 11
August 21, Sept. 4
.August 11, 18, 25, Pept. 4
....August 21, 28. Sept. 4
Aognst 18, 25, 8ept. 1
....August 19, 26, Sept. 2
..August 21, 28. Bept 4
---Angust 20, Sept. 2
Aogust 28, Sept. 4
V Sept, 4, II
....August 19, 26, Sept. 2
Anjtust 7. 14, 21
August 7, 14, 21
Aognst 17. 20
August 15, 22
August 8, 15,2
Sept. 4, 11
Bept 4, 11
....August 28, Sept. 4, 11
French Courier .... ..."
London Illustrated News........
44 Punch :
44 Evening MaiL
44 Dispatch.... ............
Su Francisco Bulletin
44 Alt California....
San Francisco French Courier,
Scientific American .. .AugU2lV28Bept. 4,11
Boston Journal ......... . gent 2
Boston Advertiser .7.7.Aogu"26,Se2
American Agriculturist 0
IrM AjMrtea .'.'."..Augiat 28
Every Saturday Aognst
London Quarterly. .......
Young Folks ,
No. 13ie. 1317. 1318
IIawaiis.il Packet Xinc
FOR SAIV FRAJVCISCO !
II. P. SNOW. Matter,
Will Sail as above on the 9th of October.
Tor freight or Passage apply to
696 St WALKER ft AKLEN, Arrntt.
HONOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO,
Carrying the United States Mails.
33 X-s HJ
TDunair ..... Kr ia wprinA,iv A
Monday Nor. M,Saturfay...'r.."r;;i;;-
Saturday Oct. 2 Wednesday No
Vnlnmlar N. lo r... ' . ..nor. Zt
Fer Freight or Pssssge, er for farther lnforau
tlon, apply to
CAPTAIN R. S. FLOYD,
Or to the Company's Agents.
PER HAWAIIAN BARK j
R- C. WYLIE,"
WHITE LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS !
White and Brown Duck,
White Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Bed Ticking. Linen and Cotton Thread,
Horse Rope, Lead Pipe,
Washing Soda, tc
Superior Blacked Calfskins,
Raisins, Swiss Cheese, &c.
Lamp Chimneys, Tumblers,
1 Wrought Iron Spikes,
Shot, Window Glaus,
Alisarin Ink, Ac.
Superior French Claret, I
FAUILLAC DVCASSE, '
-In Quarts and Pints.
SUPERIOR FRENCH SAUTERNES !
Por Galo Toy
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
EAMLESS BURLAP BAGS. FOR SALE BY
69 8m C. BREWER A CO.
Galvanized Iron lkipc,
IOR SALE BT
C. BREWER 4- CO.
C. BREWER at CO.,
27 Queen street.
For sale by
OF ALL SIZES, FOR SALE BV
695 3m C. BREWER A CO.
Kaolin, Fire Sand,
DIPE CLATi FOR SALE BV
ax. ova am
C. BREWER if CO. f
Boston Card Matches. !
Dal TO T1T
WTtOR SALE BV
C. BREWER A- CO.
Handled Axes. r
X HATCHETS. SHOVELS. C!RO WBARS
L For sale by (W& flm) C. BREWER at CO. r
F ALL SIZES. FOR SALE BV
C. BREWER CO.
Anchors and Chains.
AC,".9R,S. rR9M 300 I" soo LBS.. ASP
a..aa viiuad a to for sate DV
C. BREWER-it CO.
Coal, Coal !
NTHRACITE COAL FOR STOVES. TOR
L sale by (605 3m) C. BREWER A CO. i-
For It cut.
- THB CORNER STORE IN THE MA'i
frKEat BLOCK, recently occupied hy Hogh Melatrnt, ; :
aas Tobacconist. Immediate possession given. Apply lo
C. BREWER Jt CO.
OF ALL SIZES WEIGHING FROM t00
TO 3,000 pounds.
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES.
For sale by C. BREWER h CO- i
695 Sua Market Wharf.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPIf
OF HARTFORD, CONN-.
With an accumulated Reserve Imd of over Tuxtdy
Five Million Dollars, is the
Oldest llataal Iasnranee Company in America,
Has tbe Largest anoint of Assets,
The Largest Receipts and Smallest ExpfS
The Largest Bnmer of Members, f
Paja the Largest Setarn Dirldeads,
lad Is the most Liberal Ca. la exlstc"4 1
AVINO BEEN APPOINTED
tor tha Hawaiian Tatanta r tt.. hn old and wes""' j
Life Insurance Company. I am erepared to furnish nT. .
formation pertaining to Life Iosnraaee. and to reeeiv 'r j
plications ror the insuring of lives of any ace betaee" .
60 years, on aa favorable terms as are offered byanyo"14
company. ; .
- The attention or those contemplating naming tnetr .
or Um Uvea of others, ia invited to tbe superior I '-,
offered by this Company, In tiie large amount i1.".
and tha consequent security afforded to tbe insured.
ome from interest alone more than covers all the expta!'
eluding payments on account of the death of members. I -.
Circulars and all other desired information will e aF
on application, personally or by letter, to
Asect for the HewsUan Isisjw- .
ajxTgr- . . THE A 1 CUPPER BARK t.