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Tiie Whalin- Fleet.
t'p tu Ual vi'itwiit. Irt wh.kr a .1.1 arrive! frww thr
N-rt. krtaiu all kJ.I. JI.J0O awrU .r nit, r aa averagvsf
"War an th.maan.1 krr-! veswt Thi Wfaf "1
aHly fct kt nu- abi il IB ; 1 swptxiwt. jet wul
kmMy h larger 111 tmt wmhaV
W, have B..W pr-tty roll rpU tola all la- aalpa. Ifcarms;
lb la. w duy "f aVpiuiM, a awp MH af Hates wr
aan, wxl ttw prlm:tf f la uw t.tat la asersjr af BWt
ill fcw wtarik llettef Ihan biat jur. Th fJkvwiof. trtaa
Mtr t itr Immm I 'S tit '- V saw, "ili etrrctm,
mamraa f aw vry luNntt t
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Am wh ahio ." M )iivf. It'in.w, 1-1 wftAioa.
Ai wh ahip W fxwl , HH ltw.
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a nt Twn bit nt. ,, Hi:n.'xwk':i.
Aa ib r.miiy Mww .n aJ, Wft j
a- XZjmJ iiowu,.!, Kb I
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A b b Itn Mr. ll--mk r
Am WH iip HibfrMik, L'v.li.w, A a.Ur.
Aai lup J.-vMtw.C"". Ww b(v
Aa k Jbu I rr, Wrtn, bMa,
Ant wft bb l.fitnt An, , I btv:.
Amwhbb J..bi -l' IT wtukbb4
If wb hb jitikHt, HiI'Mrt t wh
All b Kb La ol.t, T whaW
Ata Wl bb M itWT.4 l.llllw. HX
Aii b bb whitp.bm. WiUoa, l-i Hal'.
An til bb ( Cratky r. b-r. A bala.
.Via wb afcip (M.w. HimM- M wbaW.
An wb b Pumria. twb ak. Ibala.
A a wb bb Trfafentt. irn. UW bMa.
Aia wl bb Vinrjrwil. I'm: It.. '1 wbob-a.
Th anlw arr'.vvtl frnnt IS rvimt-k Ibna fu U the ITUIiam
Xttrk, 71 yw, by whirb ir b.. tbf inituwiaf
to rvsnt-vnl !
An wb b B-n l.n.amtT .. JiO bUa, Kn 3S
An wh bip KarnfM. Mtoit, Ak Mtfa. iWpk. St.
Am w b bb ll-rrn, llmfwl, J bMa. rA A
n wl aHip .1-iwn. nttvlU. btw. f 1.
An Wb bit 3 lie, Altai, JIV BOM, etf k.
Ana wb bh T,. )l Krmr, of .X B. w tnat tl 3
itk I4MO IWM mI awl tn Ifea bntt oa buafU.
Aa wh bb llrka HO..W. rnnbtt, haa her nxbirr '
An wh bb J' hn Cr. WatxK. U ttVunactl putwaiJ.
A a wh ahia KAinbiw, bwA'sr. a rfiuaitAI twwartl.
Aa wh bb iV Brww. I miwr. at owaarnl brwl-
Aa wb bh im ffO. rutla. ka ajwl bnabiaf
biHllt. Waa bvat arvn :a oaaaay of b JnUiaa,
a:hitiaiiapil will cna ailh brr la llo4ala
I law wh a. br PfcU aaa luat Au , oa C'Apa I rtobUa,
iu UM ArctM; O-aau.
RHrl r Bark r.at, af llaaalala.
haulmi fruat t1B4iii lfmh-t aaJ enWJ wratwanl
Afuag Ma la. T-n,b p ababr wbn-b roW X4 barrel.
aStw awra wbnlaa 4.uu tf 't ritruoc'a lalaad. (iDC K
ary AtAt. la lat. 3m. ku 1 Ui. turnunlrrrti a aat larrtaSc
(aw. oamatntaioc feiaa IV ami eKrUi; to .V WdurtriC which
&1I k. . . . . - A .. a . ) Uln. hnla.lk.
bwt if aialivail. bvaail. He. Aw aar arat bowltaAj May
11. la bU. 47. Vwc 1TX Taab Srtt bawhaa.1 Jaaa 1 1 taoh bw
la Jiuta. Whale w-r M-are 4urtn aU Jan. July hot!
A ait oat, wilb pk-nry f rkrar wti-r, bni oul wnibrr. laBr-p.
bambar a (wxl ahw af wbAlra a4 Kb tlna la all w
tusk It bow baa.!, mowing anw 1 borreia aaa S4.0UW
auarta af bitna. Imrfnr awtanahar tba wanther waa (ml, but
wty cntil, with wiiula frn JH. ta N. R. r kSTo; tb A ret nr.
tvaraaaurwl a (ale la bo. flu. whirl bvtlril ihl oays, ftaiii.(
wharb ainwa all wr bnaia ami bat ana antlrHy. Froe bit. 3a
baa ra-k-rawj waatarr wttl wcas awl . W. wuxla, arrrixv( la
port Ttnr. t.
WaAbAaoAA.Ii J(ow Torn aafc-a ba bawa aiaJa of 1.CC0
pawrula a Arrtic wtur-bnae. at VI cant per va.b1, ffuitl, ami a
ia:a af 3 iO pamrt na wrtaalA Irnua. Arvtai m Utw bakl ak
41 per aaawl. tM. Taa AartA frma Jtaar Tor k UVa pa-ak
week lnruif Z.ZA pnUDil of wbaUcbao.
C 0 1YI 1YX E R O IAL .
SATVRUAt. XOrCMBEK , ISO,
ly He bark Comtt an4 It. C. Siurrmif wa fcav rr manrr
a liUiea b cai ta rr-aca tw ih 10th af Octubcr, ami
1 atara telegram tu tb 11U.
htfar anal irDneI a pninf. ww.nc to th cnwilicf of Pera
p anrra aa lN vark't. Taa All of th lUh ayai
It mtjiara lb tawlinw -.ure the aartiow ? by J. C.
I rill at m 3li rnAt..f llaauian -ralr. Tb srlrclba .
Innaol IHa best alter' th atarket. Tba result, I
bJ ItblatlkvAca Nik 1 IlaiAiian, wihe. PUlato,
i 73 44 U V iki i Hit al Jaaksa .aAka. $ 13 S l So a
Uheo. JllUi; 40a JAiwen Stake. Ill SO l 4V Wailuka.
.i, UO W aikns. 1 1 1 44 1 11 a do. Ill 4J l J7 aa
ikaiw. 411 2ns UM n u. 111 tV 24" fcat Maul. Ill ftti
b Unae.SIa AA ,o4n, $19 SO I ZI? ta Hwa, ffUvtif
RAlanha, Ti t wsikapo. l 4 t 31 do W aihee
M 14 Ha $'A 74 liilAa,4 bi 44S an o.s t M
4a'NA74 aaNtw6 )aWs4 XAtU, S U
' i. (a W.ukapa. A 30 44 rfa K tnei.lt. t 40 19 da Kotna,
. i) t S 4 Kaiwnbe. AO IU boja, 24 73 oVu, 30
. V Lair, $4 1)6 f 1UM tt.
.a other btiurwl prMacA there waa bo ctune worthy of ante.
Joth th Cwmtt Aatl M array brlna; bill carjocs, ard even
! firalht (rrefl. which wooltl biiil-alc that tLm derauukl
. cerbUn kln.1 of f hI la on lh Inrreaar, w hUe th stock of
h-rAtpir her L Very hrAvy. MerchABta ahoubl Bmil
- -. 'ir netiXTS t bAl ars kihrwa to be actaABy aaJeabtc aad In
- atanu. TVr r gisnU lit toc Iter wbU h hav bora oa
.at! b.r years, while new and aalcabl nerchaaJbc b quickly
a(hl p. "A aimMe ai.ac 1 better Utaa a alow sltillinf "
a . 14 always cvera nbT. Tb ship Ctntmriom anal Rmyat
usa (th btitr j"-t to arrive) are tuaicr chartrr to low!
laiww Th Jom L Vimmmrk saneil from Ban Frauclaca
rt. 4h, ami 1 to kat.1 oil at ih port frr New BeittoriL
'Xa Jibmi arrivcJ jl'rluy frucn BVistua with heavy
I trfo cianaiiieil to Mesara. C. Brewer Ax Co. Hhe will bAki
I alaa tr .rw IVairtl. PruhaUy aI thA oil tona(A obtain
i w will br ectkii arrt thiA Cut, owmx to th larfe catch,
hica promiara be thirty or trty ihooaAiid barrtU of oil.
Th barh Afboa AUn sailed ua TaratUy for Xaa Francisco
ith a full car), ami Skill b fcriluwsd by th3 CVawf ami
fare annul in rlua cf llila Bltanth.
tawld la Nmw Yurk rraviineil very ateaitr at a boat 1"XX Chi
d but show a awlcrul cbanK Iruta Ltat pccvlow qoCa
port or HOXVrOZ.UZ.TJ. 21. z.
Sik Mi hr Ifatlir. Nik, from KaoaL
50 Aa wh bb Norssaa, Tuwbr. fat Arctic, with 1000
httta wh ail. liU Bhl sp oil. aad 17.0UO Rw bone.
3U A wb bA Onward. rmrr, from Arctic, with 1000
blr!a wh oil. and I4.0UO lb bone.
3V Aa wb kk Wai Rotch. Nysr. (rnsnOcaoUk. with 160
bhl ap oil. 44o wh oil, 10U bbl cocoanut oil, and
2U0O lb baAar.
31 Brhr Knca parket. W'hitfJ. Iron Ftawaii.
31 cbr Mary EUtb. Crane, trotn 4Uai.
31- rVbr M.A Keiki. Nape, frosn Ala at.
31 Schr XAAonkawat. Ma k ski, fmoa Maai.
31 C stsnr Mobbtan, Adatiral Turner, 19 days frvan
t Waa Franc iarax
31 Haw wh bfe W Uheiot I. Maatm, troa Arrtic,
,31 Aa ah bk Ri.avan. Jmcgu Iron Arctic, with 700
bar wh oil. ami 11.000 lb bone.
1 Brhr alaraalka. Ballaatkrr. boa Hawaii.
Va aa wa aa . v avsapajuo. aim, in
90) Bbia wh oil, aud 1-LULiO lb ..
4 Aa wh bh J l Thoanpaun. Allen, fa Arctic, with
. t J Uawwh bk i:x. Lovdaod. bona Arrtic, with 24
bbia ap oil, 140U bbia wh oil. aad 26.000 Ina bone.
2 Brit sa Ceatarlon. Uarbey.M dye la SanFrairaro.
T Aa bk Cuaart, I oiler. 23 days bom Haa Fraacssco.
. 1 a-Jtr W arw irk. JLb BuU, from MolofcAi.
. A at wh bk (lea Br, Fisher, trots Arctic, with tud
1 bbA wh oO. 204 bbia walrus oil, and IS.U0O lb bn.
I 3 Am wh bit Active, Blackater. fron Arctic, with 770
bbia wh oil. 30 Wa walraa oil, and lDUO lb bone.
a Schr Hkaile. (rota MotoaaL.
A A a bark l C M array, Bennett. 20 daya from 8. Fran.
: : - A etrkr Neui Memu, Clancy, (rom Uta.
4 cbr Faary Uivo, Xoklih. from aUoai.
- a AVrtr Ka M.A. Power, bom Man.
4 "ltf Kiaaa. Wahla. bom Maul,
b Vbr MArtkla, BcrrUl, bom Hawaii.
Am wh bk CoBCMdia, Jnawa. bom lb Arctic, with
i iJZM bbta wh U and 'A.0UO Urn bone.
. . ' - I ft Am wb ship Rain bow, Baker, from Ik Arrtic, with
4ft bbta ap eu. bbl wh od aad 14O0 ttw bone.
' t ft Flaw shia l laal, Wootla, 1U Aas bom Boahav
W Vhr Keani Aaa. Rikek. bam Kaaai.
i ft Aw bk J W Heaver, Reaaney, SO day from Prtrs-
- - v panbikl.
.... Aa wh bk Uaal Webater. Marrto. troa the Arctic.
I kh 0 bta Wh Wl A Ad lb bM.
i ' ' ."V Sehr lanbeila. bra llasnut.
' ' Am wh ship Oa. HowtAra. noemn. from th Arr
we with oo bbia wh oil, MAI bob walrus oil. aad
1 . (ha boa.
ft Vh KaqaA Abb, Rlkekr, bom KabaL
tbrt. Sa chw Netti Mrmll, Clnarv. t t Sfaai.
ebr Ka Moi, Pala, par aa,
51 Asa bb Vrrnnei, BArik-tt. M Pnjei Kma.
Nev. 1 chr rrtne. V t. nr Hawaii.
1 arhr AeUv. MelUah. tt Mani and Hawaii.
' 1 rhr Mary. Ua. lrr KaaaX
' Am ship Kin Pbil p, llawipsArad. par PufM Boajnd.
2 .Am barb CUiaa AOea, Soow, thta Francisco.
X Mchr lUrt!. Nik a. par Kauai.
awwrar stn Ba, Aap. Maai.
aWchr Warwvk. John Ball, k LaoAi.
Vhr Mary Elbm. Craa. fcr XIaai.
3 Vhr Ram Law, larm, fcr Uaaati.
3 eVhr Laka. HatOsJa. ftsr Kaaaa.
Vbr aAaaada. aWUiaUcT. tf Jloinkai and Maai.
4 Vbr Hokaleks, bar MulokAa.
A kW a hi a Cnttfcna h.rt.. a . . v
. - r " -.w. . , wim vawfr a
MeHr iarsny, tawabart, ftw Kaaai.
AVhr Fairy Ua . wmtth, au "
Foa B Fl ASCIsco Per CttUa A Hob. November d
Hiinana. bacha....... 100 Pcaaabs, lb.. ......... 20J&7
Caw klss.c ........ 4 Paddy. h............2ll.0ja
Casaaaala. bafA. ...... A rna,lha... la7,S12
CAATaa. Ua..... ....... SJ0O Race, lbs.. b.oue
Hataa, grssA. N Afl naxs, lb 193.427
Nailav pk.. ......... ft TAOow.lba...
Arana,N... 13.00k tWwA. lb 3.014
Vsiiao Foreign.... J1 4 11 DsaoaaUc ft34.0O 06
Foa BtBIA's Iskaa par Ceatarloa. Novsaabei 3d i
tumlwr. n pn, pkr A3
Vlna Fsii....Ai. SO tkantrslc...,...Cr4 AO
Fob raasrisco Per Idaho. X-eaih-r VT.
l ea 1 AM I a a Pel m. iior.il, lax Aa.
Pea K writ I Ps K Xui. tax dav
I oa tsiko Pr Pa'iAfci. Maaday v Tuesday.
RcraT or ir. m. h. Moaca. un Maa i iurbm ah
UAauaa au4 . boart, wTtnajj, IKkr Klh, atJ
mutest, 4 a t'c rU trKuj MDtomfir.ito
i:b, aa.'wd abp a! a buk -ib kiur oiJ Ui b it
..W-t-xU UcaUl. Etp-r-l l.xht -U-l- bom the
uibarl ao4 w-l f.J, aal rxliu-. with tifj d at
nU, iful Urt.u-r ZTl. tot. 4 14' anb. aJ bc 111
br-! Cru nui'kwa by .-, hb buk4 ib? iii ijr t
a wntlwar. Ilym b lb t-,4t l, tVll rlm. aud -rui l
IxfM fr-jw Ibc culut Tbc traa rlt:l BMt:rie. ubitl
I -jT.ih tlrj wmj V a hour, tbm op act
4i-i t tbia or- n tb ?.h. at aawiowu. (!!!
llwa.t. tit D-wnl pul w IM itoil ttkt dntaitt bf (out
fcbarrvaOfti a lu 'i avr Mi botuiml a.s MaHnl4k abuwcU
I ml tfutiinctly no kanalrtl axl n-tuiae Kuk-t cff. Tk
wt Af w rKblrtl tlMt, l.nAi aal l aVAai, rni rnll a
uatlay fJKmtf( at I iVlcb ! aH) tn-ta raa f'ntarixvL
I'fV a yhJ faucl brilb.
RcrvaT or Baa toali Left faa Trviciaco CVt. l'b
; first ftnt U a ba4 vtrj Ebt tut fr.M ifte la att lea
eUja wufcl r l4(bl fr-joa betb--tb'At to alh-irhcat-tt
lb traWa ta Ut-Ii artb. libt. cba(ir; pry
t w Iktxtltit In lair Kalk. oilb rain. Arntl .IT Ibat
; mi m a nng fib 3.1 Mat., and uua ta aui, c.
! """riTrT.f !kblr I.l-.l ir.M nai.-.
taat-r ib AUannc j u
rii iuaj. WuiT tb Car-'il Uj. with aiirxial tjr
m"1Z?:'''V'n"7t r- f; "'r,uf 21 ""IM:
4 4 fra H 3 tb lath AiUMicl-S03 wik la
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wa uja i tw i:iaai. ! to AUaatxr j tj u
w - " " - " i.."
b- 4lft. a. , al a Nui. taiia -tb M
warn I ii J mh view w mttn m .m m. a o-
U -ummmmI la4 at 7 r. m. tf4-mh:t ith. II Ivrttirc
) nh) ;. aa a.f iJmvmt froo B-in, ran
; fraacvara Tb MM Uy. lirfa U-a,nii2 to In b BiiW.
' pxaar.1 a Kjr.aiaar arbnrr auacwl k la watwanl. l'arvl
oa Uakf J, iVtenl-r iCta, JomA J. Joora, ArU U, a aaltvc of
faw baa rsAACIat Per t'nofl, November 3J :
.-FIft, MM... ........
Huttrf. k. ............
Crocbery. crate. ......
tr.Vtbeawr?. cW- ...
M a A .
Ill Oiclrra. ca.
1V lu. bcs .... .
1 OaiA. bac. ......
3 PufcatoPA. tmg ....
1 linintn, ca. ......
Si Hiwkrry.ra ......
Uw elma, tt. a .....
11 .-hinrk-a, UIU ...
1 iirciaia. vkg...
U I rmprJt ale ,
Z-jO hby, U bMa. .
k riottr. blaka
Frail, re ..............
I kiiMam, crate.......
. Iljy.bulcw. ............
Fao Boatov Prr lutaol, Nntrrmucr ft ;
A i. raara. .........
Haca, i'.. .. .......
W bAlrbnata, Na
IWf al ami If, caabA..
Hrrt, km, bbia......
li Rwbler atirk, St....... 1
4 R-fe. OAla. ...........
tfiwM.bA, caak, pk(..... 64
9 " acaJa autl
u aoopa. tk(... ....... 73
2 Sb-ajka. bil with be-wla S,0V
2 - La.i btarrew itti
1 larsd 2,44
104 Ploav.caka.. ......... i
4 MaiU. raak 1
7 rVmrn. b.v-. ........... bo
10M aika. pi.g..... ...... !
Al M.. bo it a ..... 2
2 T . line. rk
Twiw, bM 1
1 Tonla-r, alM-ka.. ....... 14
ZW Tfaya. ).. 4
A t'DaprcOcd aulac. .k(a. lo4
Kartell, caaea.. ......
t'oeilAte, Caak.. ......
loa aaV. No. ........
Kenwen oil, CAar,....
Naila. knt. ..........
Ojstera, caaes. .......
Oar. Xo. ............
tkak ptaak. piare.....
311 WhaUnA craft, U..... I
'JI Walnut ananla, rcr.
17i YokA teriOi, Nw. ......
Fao. Facico Per D. C. Murray, Noremhcr &:
A ci tes, bxa H Marble, pksa 3
2UO ils, aacka. ..........
3.1 O.I rakr, tm-...
... U4 PMaioca, pk(A
X Prefc. rases.......
..12,01a rapcr. pkr
1 HlVk, pif .
.. 1 SuU-oery. Case......
it ZlbiMlle. Na
.. lOwtf.Tjpa, case.
.. 4 TUurCo, com.
Bread, caak. .......
H rooott. ate ........ .
Braa. anrka.. ........
Ksvcoa, pkrs.. .......
I heese, ca..... ......
Cork. ..f. .........
I kvaar. I aavcA a.. ......
Puruilure, ca-ts .....
to Table frail, caa
Lire, bMs. 1-W t'napeciCed nvtlsc, pks. "
l-amiixt, ket... &4.1U, W beat, sack AQ
Fao rcvaorat kkl Per i. . Paw. NoetaiUr i :
f '"1-ver, ca. 4 Htl.lc skins. ba 2
Oil. raaks.. ........... 4u Hulioon. Ul. 4
Scat skin, Na.. ....... l.Cu&l Watrns Ica-ll caars..... t
8 a Fceo Per Kihan Allen. Nut. 2-1 Ree K
Botvl. Ir W II RtcaarUs. Win Wbiir. J.un Rotlrcr. J J llan
a. J Tvwnaead, Jeaac W is 7.
(j Faow Ha Faasctsco Pt Vnavt. Nor. Stl f'apt Jaa
fWofar, CM Wat I b.Utia, t ai t II H t'oul k. Jamra Uaa.
I aja. BW Via Pl.hfL V flhtLr. llrRnktl TbaaCm II
r ...i u- .in ... ...
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W.J " A tcbcku, Mau, Kaluli.
Faow Plfborsr Labi Per J W Hearer. Nov. ft Mr an4
Mr I U Pratt. Mt OarOucr, Wis l 14 ami arrvant .
Lot z ad 1 a Ibis city .oa tbr avninx of November 4ib. M r.
Jaoar laxAJa. fca lb 47 lb year of his afr, a native of New
Y ark, aad bAia; reaidcot on lhc laUials.
SA TURD A I", XO VEMliEll
Tli Popular A'crllct.
LThe four meetings of the citizens of Honolulu
Id during the past month to reconsider the
action of the so-called Planters' Meeting, though
really computed chiefly of Government officers,
with a few sugar planters and their factors,
have resulted, as might have been anticipated, in
a clear reversal of tlie sentiments adopted at the
latter. Let ns review the main points connected
with both meetings.
The I lan t era' Meeting convened on the 9th of
October, in the Supreme Court llooni. The very
place in which it was held cast over the
sessions an air of authority and judicial gravity,
which forbade any from jiarticijating who vrcrc
not already accustomed to taking part in debates
in that Lall. It seemed as if its selection was
with a special view to make tho meeting an ex-
The first move made, at the very opening of
the meeting, in introducing a set of resolutions
cut and dried for the occasion, showed that the
usual tuode of procecdure in first debating the
general question and then referring the w hole to
a Committee to digest, was to be set aside,
doubtless for wise motives. Consequently tho
first two or three passed nem. con.r and all would
have been passed at the same session had it not
appeared a little too hasty and indeoorous. The
meeting adjourned till Monday and tlie remain
ing resolutions were adopted in much tlie same
way aa the previous had been on Saturday, one
or two only finding five or six votes against IS or
20 in their favar.
Now let ub note the tactics pursued. A mo
tion made to. refer the whole resolutions to a
Committee was voted down instantcr, aa ap
parently contrary to the programme, which was
to pass them as they were, the chief reason given
Laving been that there was no time to spare.
' Another thing. When tlie editor of Bennett's
Oicn rose and undertook to ventilate Lis views,
the most decided expressions of disapprobation
were made by several prominent Government
officers, who sought to Lave Lim stopped short.
Again, when a motion was made by a gentleman
oppuecd to one of the resolutions, a political
member of a leading mercantile house made him
self very conspicuous in efforts to disturb tho
speaker and defeat bis motion by interruptions.
We note thcte as showing who controlled that
meeting. The whole proceedings made it ap
parent to all who attended, that it was deter
mined the resolutions thou Id be pneecd as brought
in, no matter who opposed them. As but few of
our citizens were present or took pert, tlie reso
lutions cannot be taken as the sense of the com
munity, but as that of the ministers and their
clique. They must pass for that and nothing
When the proceedings and resolutions were
published in the Gazette as the well-digested
sentiments of the ' citizens of Honolulu," and
the brazen attempt was made in the official paper
to (aim them off as such, the indignation of the
public was roused, as well it might be, and
notices were immediately issued, calling a meet
ing to take the labor question into further con-
I silertion, and the ritiens lumel ont en maiwe.
crowJinz tlic little ball that it was found
bevesuarr to proviJo larger accomm.KlationB.
! We t-ate Riven full rejerts ol the proceedings
f of these meeting, the concluding ono being in
thin iiue. Two of the were very Ion scssioiw,
odc lusting four mid a quarter hours and the
.!. - a . . . 1 At
! 0t!r thr e and a quarter ; but nt Ixith of tlein
, ,!, ...InlKfi.rml
? Irtjr to exprer tlieir Tew, winch tney oia
J aj nam am, anl found that at every point thej
wcrellCt tj MtfT, wliu. tLuiieh lr aCCUHtnm-
' . , ,. . .
ed t politltxil UiMruMuni. K-Jt every WOW
eFl. edtlj detem,im,l that even minis-
ten MjJU uttercd faL-chools and challenged proof
: of what tl'CT knew to be fal", bliould be CI-
. " , , ,
eU. toroncem Honolulu tn
the io-ular puLse
wu fctirred, and it wax fortunate that ministers
were present to learn the lo-nson of tlie occasion
! that citizens have rights and privili as well
i 84 the adrninLxtration clique,
j After full, jtient and tedi ms debates, during
which both ei-k luid the frcet expretioii of
cutimentf, the verdict was calmly but firmly
j given bj an aAfemM.ie of citizens varioul
I "timatd at difiorent fcivi.s at from 250 to
(600, that tlie further iiaportAtion Ot Chim-bC
f ww, iiai tiie lurificr iiflpomiiion OI vnim-bC
i coolies by tbo Gvrniuent is undcfirable, and
uSht "1 "tionod ; while tha introdue-
I .. . f t i A
tiers, was approved and mthuMnMicnlly endorsed.
To this grnerul and almost ununiuiuus rcnti
inent of the citizens of II jnolulu may be added
tlat of the Chineno rridcots, as eiprc.-e'l in
their letter publi!ied to-day, who, aliuuet to a
man, are opposed to the further introduction of
coolieti into tlieeo Wand. Their opinion should
have weight, and doubtlenn will, as none are
more qualified to speak oil the subject, or know
better bow pernicious are the effect on any com
munity of the clans so introduced.
The minuter, both at the Planters' Meeting
and at tlie Citizcna' Meeting", pledged then-solve
to las governed in this matter by the views of the
people, lliey have them now as exprthbed in
the resolutions i-oreed at Kaumakapili, after the
fullest di.'H-UKHon possible ; let them now redeem
tlecir pledge and follow the public sentiment as
there enunciated, by abandoning the coolie sys
tem and introducing South Sea Islanders, not by
hundreds, but by thousands, if they can be ob
tained. Then there will be no further scarcity
of laborers on plantations or elsewhere.
The Gazette in its report of the citizens' meet
ing of Tuesday, of last week, beeius to have I
argued thus: a lie well told, and adhered to,
will sometimes pass for truth ; and upon this basis
manufactures a report which for misrepresenta
tion lias never lacen equaled here. lhc report
of the meeting of Friday evening, is a misrepre
sentation because it gives the impression that a
large majority of those present left when the
tariff resolution came up, when tlie fact is that
it Lad been discm-aed for nearly an hour before
they left. Again the vote in favor of the Mana
hiki resolatioiris put down us some twenty,'
when the Chairman stated it to have been thirty
eight and otlaTrs say it was larger etill.
. In answer t tlie ojA-ning address of the
Chairman, of Tucrday, W. Claude Jones, Esq.,
and joining with him the members of the bar
wlw oppose tho wet ion, 1420, of tlie Civil Code,
as being unconstitutional, it says: "It would
appear, if these men' are right, that they would
have a sure thing of it to bring a case before the
Supreme Court, and get the case declared uncon
stitutional, ami tlicreby sccuro to themselves
immortal fame ami honor for their discovery,
and Kive themselves an immensity of trouble."
Wc do not believe that the jmrty who penned
this sentence believes that if right, the members
of the bar would " have a sure thing" of proving
the unconstitutionality of the section alluded to.
Tltat by his, the writer's management, Mr.
Widcmann was placed upon the Supreme Court
Iknch for the sole purpose of hratliny off any
such certainty, nut only upon this question but
ujion others not yet developed. With a Chief
Justn-e and Second Associate entirely committed
to the present lalior system, largely interested in
sugar plantations and coolies, what chance would
a member of the bar, or the wliole combined,
have before such a Court? The very undignified
course of the Second Associate Justice at the
recent public meetings leaves no room for doubt
as to what decision he would arrive at. In fact
he has given his opinion that the 1420th section is
constitutional. Two members of tho Bench, the
Chief Justice and Second Associate Justice, have
THirchased coolies, one in an open auction sale ;
the other a plan ta; ion with the understanding
that the coolies should go with it, and are to-day
holding them and working them without hgal
authority. Would men who openly purchase
coolies, and hold them, when under tho law they
have a right to their freedom ; who say labor wc
must have or we sink into irretrievable bank
ruptcy, be likely to render a decision which
would release their laborers? It is too much to
exjct of them, or in fact of human nature. To
ask tle members of tho bar or the community to
I leave the question to the arbitrament of the
Supreme Court is heaping insult upon injury.
The writer attempts to deny for himself, or.for
Mr. C. C Harris, that Mr. II. did not repeatedly
challenge any man to show, or 6tnnd up and
say that he could produce a coolie who did not
understand his contract," or that he had yet to
see tlie first one who could not read it, and who
would say he had not signed it." We re-assert
that Mr. Harris did use this language and can
safely leave the question .of veracity to those who
were at the meeting, and have no fears for the
result of their verdict. We call to mind a coup
let, doubtless familiar to the party :
" And be that doe one fault at first,
A Ad lies to hide it, makes it two"
leaving it to him to make the application.
Much stress is laid upon the call for the " pre
vious question.' We leave tlie question as to
its propriety and justice to those who were pres
ent, or to any one who will take the trouble to
read the speech of Mr. Rhodes and the written
address of Mr. Davics, as given in the Gazette.
. rncirltlvis "nntl trio Lesson slio
WLile discussing the labor question, it may be
well to turn to Mauritius, and examine the work
ing of the coolie syBtcm in that colony, where it
has Lad many years development, under the pro
tection of the strong arm and proverbially
humane policy of the British Government.
Mauritius is an Island about the same size as
Oaha, thirty-nine miles in length and about the
same in breadth, containing 450,000 acres of
land. It is located in the Indian Ocean, near
Madagascar, and about midway between tho
Cape of Good Hope and Ceylon. Of its total
surface about one-third (150,000 acres) is under
cultivation, of which area 125,000 acres are de
voted to cane, and the average amount of sugar
prodaced is 200,000 tons per annum. In its
cultivation, which is carried on wholly by hand,
the ground being bo 6 tony that rJows cannot be
used, about 80,000 coolies are employed, ob
tained mostly from India and China. The popu
lation of this small island was in 1SC7 about
200,000, of which number 250,000 comprises
coolies, negroes and others who have been coolies
and slaves, with their descendants. The balance,
about 10,000 in number, are Euroreans, engaged
as planton, werehants, traders, Ar.
Of the 2o0,000 coolies and negroes, S0.000
are coolies in servii-e, the remainder, 170,000,
comprisine n tuiall proartiou f laborers and
tradesmen, Avitli a very large proportion of idle
population, known us vagrants and thieves, who
pick up a precarious living ns best they can. As
a neeewary consequence of this state of things, a
s'anding army of one thousand men has to be
maintained to secure the peace, at a cost varying
from 130,000 to $lfO,000 per auuuiu. While
interior artiwuM in every branch of trade are
abundant at extremely low wages, skilled artisans
and luectmnics are very scarce, they as a class
having been driven from tlie island by the com
petition of tho freed coolies.
Uere, then, we have the following results of
the working of the coolie system, in what has
been termed the most successful sugar country in
the world :
1st A coolie and nejjro population of 2f0,000
to 10,000 foreigners, or one to every twenty-five
2d Xo increae of foreign iopuIation is possi
ble, however desirable, as the competition of the
freed coolies drives off the white mechanic and
farmer, whenever tliey attempt to get a foothold.
3d A foreign government Incomes a necessity,
and peace is only secured by the strong arm of
the lirith.li Government, and an expensive mili
tary. 4th The system has resulted in the forma
tion of two classes, ono of which is opulent and
the other the lowest that can be imagined. The
very important clement of all prosperous coun
tries, the middle claw, is entirely ground out, as
between the upj?r and nether mill-stone.
Let us apply the experience of that colony to
these inlands. The introduction of Chinese
coolies, unless some provision is made to return
them to their own country, when they decline to
serve as laborers, must result in flooding these
islands in a lew years, with a vagrant and worth
less jiopuLition as in Mauritius. Secondly, it
must result in driving off foreign artisans and
email farmers, who are unable to compete with
the cheap labor of the freed coolies, In every
branch of trade. Third, it mu6t result in the
maintaining of a military, force sufficient to pres
eive the pence, which force must be under the
control or at theecrvict of the foreign population.
The inevitable result that will follow these
cliuuges of population a decrease of nativo and
foreign and an increase of coolie population must
,JO a strong foreign government, either colonial or
independent, for foreign capital will never trust to
the uncertainty of a native government, when
there is any risk of disturbance or insecurity.
Does it require any foresight to see that these
changes will sooner or later lesuH in terminating
the dynasty of the Kamehamchas, and cementing
a colonial alliance with our powerful neighbor?
We will not say that this is the design of any
who advocate the coolie system, but no one can
doubt that it will be the inevitallk result, and
this, too, within the lifetime of some of our
The disposition of this Government towards
artisan and tradesmen is well exemplified in their
treatment of printers. They have an office und
jicr of their own which the public payB for, by
direct taxes ; losses met by doing work cheaply,
under rates, have to be paid out of the public
purse. Job work they have always competed
for, and often obtained, by cutting under cost
rates. For advertising tliey publicly declare
tlieir intentiou to charge 25 er cent less than
other pajicrs, but we have often bren told that
this rate applied only with a class of advertisers
whom they wished to lure away from our office.
Mcmljcrs of the bar have assured us that for
legal advertising their charges wcro ncaily, if
not quite, doublo the rates charged by us, mid of
this wc have now undeniable proof. We have
seen a bill where a legal advertisement was
charged live dollars by the Government paper,
against three which wc charged, and which is
our regular rate. Is this fair play? Where
they havo to compete with us they cut under
regular rates, but where they have the field to
themselves, whe.ro we are barred out, they charge
double rates, nnd citizens who have business with
our courts, oh who has not some time in his expe
rience, have to pay tho bill, however extortionate.
We have often urged the injustice or the conduct
of the Government towards us, but so long as it
was our ox that was gored the public could not
interest tiiemBcIves ; but of late wc have liad
several ecomplaints lodged by tradesmen who
found that they had to compete against Govern
ment oflicials. Wo know that the disposition
that prompted tho course towards us still exists,
and will crop out first in one branch of business
and then in another, and the only way to prevent
the aggression is by a bold front. Let. every
lover of justice determine that he will use all his
influence at the coming elections to put an end
to a grading administration.
ElKOPKAN & GREAT EASTERN
This Afternoon and Evening!
A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE W1L.I BE
2. Kiveu THIS alr'7'A.AiYOOiVl
For the Afrummodatioa of Families and Cbihlrru,
The proceeds ic'dl be'de voted to School purjtosf a.
Doors open at 3 o'clock performance begin at 3 o'clock.
IN TIIE EVENING
There will be an entire Change of Pro
gramme. ftourt open at Seven o'clock,
balf pan Seven.
Performance to commence at
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
TMIE PARTNERS II II HERETOFORE
carry in; on the Making Business in Honolulu, uuder the
firm name of LAM YAT, is dissolved this day by mutual
aiereement. 'ihe Bosinefs will henceforth be CAirried on by
LA M YAT and LAM VINO, under Ihe old partnership name.
And tncy. Also, will srttle the oulatanding account and collect
the debts of the late firm. LA M YAT,
Honolulu, Nor. 4. 186. 702 4t
Ship Owners and Masters,
WHO MAT REQUIRE ANY" ARTICLE
usually found in a
TO CaU.L AND EXAMINE THE STOCK
AT STORK OF
Odd Fellotcs' Hull Building, Fort
Before purchasing elsewhere. The stock will bear Inspection,
aud can be had at moderate rates. 702 lu
M. S. GRIN 11 A UM t CO-
Importers and Wholesale Dealers la Fashionable
i lothlnp, Hats, Caps Costs and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
702 aire's Block, Qee tt. ly
DIE MITCL.IEDER I1IESER OESEL
CIIAP and diejenigen welcbe obigem Yerein ihre Theil
nahme wlJmtn wellen wrrden eisucht sich tar UenersJ Yer
sammlung am Soon tar. Moryen, 10 Chr im Iiauae des Cnter
rirhnrtcn eiosufiuden. TI1K0D. C. 11LCCK,
703 It Prawident des Ycreins.
alnable Real Estate for Sale.
THE UNDERSICXEI OFFERS
Ifta-SAle bis HOUSE AND 07. situate In IKk
haiua. on the corner of Lahainalnna Hoad, r
ib- li acres more or krsa of land. And which is now planted
with Orapo Vint, yielding from S to S barrels of Wine An
nually, together with
Xwa Haaaea. Water Privileges, Ate.
Title, Tee Pimple. For Terms appW to
72 1m WM. FNO?, TTAiluka.
Tlio IN'o-w X3iin:llli ltelonn Cry. J
From our English files we observe that no
sooner had tlie Irish Chnrch Question been set
tled, but a new issue has been raised, viz : the
land tenure. At present tho bulk of the Irish
soil is held by wealthy lords and others who live
in England, and only visit Ireland occasionally.
This system of absentee land tenure necessarily
creates great uneasiness, and its settlement will
be surrounded with more difficulties than attend
ed the Church question. An Erglish exchange
says " it has long been looming in the distance,
and in the next session of Parliament, Govern
ment must be prepared with a scheme for its set
tlement. It lies at the very root of the Irish
difficulty, and cannot bo put out of sight. The
Times has sent a Special Commissioner to report
upon the matter, and he has begun with the hot
bed of disaffection and agrarian outrage, Tip
perary. Ho reports that the laboring classes
there tre well off, but that no elements of good
feeling between the farming class and landlords
can bo discovered ; that lurking dissatisfaction
exists, which makes the tenants ready to combine
for their own 44 protection," as they regard it,
and that evictions, 44 except for non-payment of
rent, could be made only at the peril of the
landlord's life. The wording of the correspon
dent's letter would imply that eviction for non
payment of rent would not be resented ; but if so.
considerable misapprehensions prevails in this
country, which is supported even by the testimo
ny of such authorities as Mr. Trench, and it is
very important that this doubt should be cleared
Notice to Creditors.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IIAVIXO THIS
day been appointed Admiiusirator of the Estate or WM
NEWTON LAUD, deceased, hi-rt-by notifies all creditors 'cf
said deceased to present their claims lo him within six months
from this date or they will be forever rmrrtrd.
.... JOSEPH O. CARTER.
Administrator Estate of W. N. Ladd, deceased
Honolulu, October 30, 1 sm. ' 702 4t
To Captains of Whalers & Others
Tradiug at the South and Arctic!
WE BEG TO 'RECOMMEND
The FoUowing Articles !
SIX CLE BARRELED GUNS, SHOT,
Gunpowder. Revolvers And Ammuni'inn, Built-ts ,
Handsaws. Butcher Knives. Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Dressing Cnuihe, Percussion Caps,
Keedles, small aud Urge Beads, Pipes,
Cheap Brandy and Rum in Demijohns,
Beers, Ales, aud Wines.
Heavy Woolen Blankets all colors, Worlen Socks,
Heavy Woolen Frocks. SAilors' Jackets, Pea Jackets,
Vndershirta and Drawers, Brogans,
Fianuel shirts Hats.
Heavy Canvas, Rigging Leather, Copper.
CotoMMition Metal aitd Nails, Turpentine,
Black and white Paints, Varnish, &c, &c , &c.
Far Sale nt Iaow Fig are, m
702 3t ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER fc CP'S.
A General Assortment of
Assortment of Ship Stores
In tliiw JVTarlstot.)
For Sale nt tho Lowest Prices by
:022m DOLLES & CO.
American Mess Reef, in Bond,
OR SALE It '
B0LLF.S 4- CO.
Id Sale by
ItoLLES & CO.'
Bakers Extra, and Extra Family Flonr!
OR SALE BY"
BOLLKS 4- CO.
Columbia Hirer Salmon,
AND HALF BAR-
For Sale by
B0LLES & CO.
A. 5 Merchant Street, opp. Sailors' Home,
Kwjnw SOLICITS TIIE
iii.ijS AGE of the Citizens of Honolulu and the
He is Prepared to Fxerate all Orders in the l'p
RepsirinB Slip Covers, Fitting Shades. Curtains made to order
and put up ; Carpet, Matting and Oil Cloth laid, Spring and
Hair Mnttrasses made to order, Hay Mattrnsses and Pillows
always on band.
OCT AU orders from Ship Masters will be punctually at
tended to. 702 4t
NO. 38 FOUT STREET.
JAPANESE WARE, INCLUDING LAN
TERNS, BEilTIFrL STRAW WORKED BOXES,
Scarf Riugs, Statuary,
Porcelaiu Ware, Embroidery,
Bronze and Silver Uuckles,
Studs, Inlaid Cabinets, Fishing1 Canes,
Bamboo Chains, Charms, Curios, tie., Ilc.
Also, a Compltte Assorhnent of India Rubber Goods.
700 ly AIRS. McDOCCALL, 38 Fart St.
WHITE LINEN DUCK AND DRILL !
Mixed Water-proof Tweeds,
A Larse Aaaartmeat af
Tlio above Groods I
699 lm DILLINGHAM & CO'S.
For Christmas and New Year's
At No. 38 Fort Street, Honolulu.
AS JUST OPENED A FINE ASSORT
Useful and Ornamental Articles,
SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS,
Poch as Portfolios, Reticules, Ladies' Work Boxes, Ladies
Bag, Picnic Easkeis. Picnic Bottles with Gla&set, Wax Pic
tores. Crucifixes, Pans, Cotillon Crackers. Cir StAnds, Ash
Cups, Calendar. Writing Desks, Albums, Picture Frame.
Brackets, Clothes Racks, Towel Racks, Watch Btands.tTtn
brtilA Stands, Pipe Stands, Cane Stands, Ac, fcc.
IN BRONZE AND MARBLE,
Paper Weights, Pincoehioos. Picture Holders, Crosses, Cups,
Vanes. Ink Stands. Watch Boxes. Table Calls Clnrk. aiit.
uiooca, a nermometers, sc.
A Large Asst. of Toys, and Dolls of all sizes.
And by every Steamer,
ruts. Hat Frames, Ribbons, Fliwers, Laces, Embroideries,
Dres Trimming and Buttons, Silk Tissue lor Veils, Silk
sions. Ac., Ac
All Orders Jrom Vie oilier Islands promptly for
t 2m MRS. MrDOUGALL.
Till? F"l JT3.aaaa-.Taw F Vlrt f 1 ArVINl V rV SknirS fa-.!, fik T lJ al O V
a IV VVlVjjl laIU lllVI ,u II VUJ A.'JVIUV
it appears that King Thakambau is desirous of plac
ing ma group unuer the protection or Uncle !sam,
...1. 1 , , .
nnu uus lureauy a mortgage, for some two hun
dred thousand dnD.ira
) vs-a AklkVV Vk AA Iw TI(AUA0
The truth of the telegraph story will probably be
iuuuu ikj mi wis : a company or Sydney merchants and
speculators have bought, taken, or squatted upon
a large tract of land on one of the islands, and wish
to obtain possession of the whole of the island, which
King Thakambau thinks is rather more than belongs
x .... 0
w mem, as he 13 the lawful owner of the group,
lie desires the United States to preserve to him
his ancestral domain, as against these colonial
squatters, and therefore solicits her protection. As
there is a fair prospect of a steam line connecting the
Fijis with both Sydney and San Francisco, the
ownership of the land in dispute becomes an important
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
AST?L R,SKS AT THE LOWEST
kai th. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. THKO. 11. DA VIES.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses settled with rromptitude.
'Ot-lj THKO. 11. DA VIES, Agent.
MASTERS and AGENTS
Fitting in this Port,
Is Respectfully Drawn to Our
Stock of New Goods !
EMBRACING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
Hemp and Manila Cordage (all sizes.)
Manila Bone Tarn (new 2 and 3 yarn.)
Bolt Rape, TowIIne, Spna Yarn,
Ratlin, Seizing, Marline,
noasellne, &e., te.
Hemp and Cotton Canvas
The Best Sail Needles, Twine and Palms.
Coopers9 Anvils, ilanimers & Drivers.
FLAGGING IR0XS AND PATENT CROZES.
a A RCPKRIOB LOT DP
" SINGLE AND DOUBLE
Patent and Bushed Blocks.
From S to la inches in size.
Shieves, Mast Hoops, Jib Hanks,
ROWLOCKS AND BUSHING. i
Hooks and Thimbles,
Clinch Boat Nails.
Rivets All sixes-
' Bbls of Tar and Rosin.
PAIiWS AJV1D OIIaS!
White Lead and Zinc,
-' Prussian Blue,
. Chrome Yellow,
Middle Chrome Yellow, Pale Green, Patent Dryer,
And a full Assortment of
" A SPLENDID LOT OP
8, 9. lO, 12. 15, 1G, 17. IS feel.
PROVISIONS & STORES,
Barrels Hawaiian Beef.
Sacks White Beuns,
Boxes California Onions,
Kona OotTee, .
China and Japan Tea, for Cabin use,
Cases Canned Meats,
Soup and Boulli,
Sardines, kc, ftc.
JAMS AND JELLIES,
Green Peas, Tomatoes, Green Corn.
Fresh California Flour,
A Large List of Articles !
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Which are Fresh and Cnaranteed to Give Perfect
For Sale at Prices Most Satisfactory to
the Purchasers. '
CHAS. II. SPENCER CO.
! 702 6t
On Bows, Ox Bows.
JUST RECEIVED PKR STEAMER IDAHO,
Best Oa Bawii II and 2 I neb.
For sale by (700 lm) W. N. LADD.
Regular Iispatcli TAn
SAiV FRANCISCO !
TIIE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
Fl LLER, MASTER.
Will have Dispatch for the afcove Voxi
For Freight or Passage, tiAVing superior accommodations U
c&inn ana sieeragc iaciie':"i o
702 St C. BRKWEB It Co., Aeents.
Ilsiwaiia-i Packet Uiifj
TUB A 1 CLIPPER BARK
D, C. MURRAY
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Pori
For Freight or Passage, having Superior Accommodation, f
Cabin and Steerage eassengers, appiy 10
702 At viAun.cn, g ALLEN. Agents.
REGULAR OAIIU PACKET
Will leave every Monday afternoon for Port J
OaAu, returning Saturday mornings.
102 3m CHAS. N. SPKNCER A CO., Agents.
Regular Packet for Hanalei, Kauai
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
W afT. Srir"TA,r -TkWTaC aC-faT
Tl'iS Sail as a Regular Packet as above.
For Freight or passage apply to
WALKER k ALLEN. f
BREWEE & CO.'S PACKET LINE
FOR KEW BEDFORDt
THK A 1 SPLENDID CLIPPER SHIP !
Will Load Oil and Bone for the above Tort,
i"l w(rriur iucuiucB,auu expericncca papism ana omcerf
For Freight apply to s
693 2m C. BREWER 4- CO. K
Hawaiian Packet X.incj
THE A 1 CLIPPER SCHOONER
. L. a. s k: ,
Will have Dispatch for the above Por
For freight or passage apply to
WALKER ft ALLEN, Agents
The Rritish Hrlg
With a Carrying Canaeitr of akoit 350 Teas.
Was built In YArmouth, England, of the very best of rk.L
staunch and strong. And well diced in every respecL and na
be sent to sea without any outlay lor repairs.
She would make an Excellent Whaler.
' For particulars apply to CAPTAIN CALIIOTJN, or to
701 WALKER & ALLEN.
A. F. JUDD,
Attorsev and Counsellor at Lair.
Fort street, three daors below Merchant Streets. 702 ly
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer for Sale, just, Ajrired
rer fJiappcr !sip Jioianl
An Invoice of Cotton Duck
No. 1 lO.
J3bls. Cotton Twine,
Best Ash Oars, 14 to 22 fee
Best Cut Nails, 3d to COd.
3?er liii ' AXagnet
3 HooV Pai
Table Salt, Bbl. Vinrgnr,'
Dairy Salt, llbls. II ami.
Crushed Sugar, Kits Mackerr
fJran. Sugar, Cora Star ?
Ships' Cabooses, Covered Wagorf
LINSEED OIL, PAPER BAGS,
AXD NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES.
Commercial News Depot,
Barks 4 Comet,' aud ' D. C. Uurrar
NOV. 2d AND 4th.
SubterHert whn do not rec five tktir pap'rt, wkta4ri
. lised in Hi tut a received, tkould "
thereof by return
Scot. 25. Oct. 9
M.M. Harper's Baxat .
New York Herald....
" Chimney Corner....
u : ' Independent .......
London Illastrated News......
San Francisco Bulle. .n.
San Frandsoo French Courier;.
Boston Journal .....
.... -Sept. 1
" Oct. 8.1
Hunt's '".'I'. "! Sep
Chambers' Journal "
Blackwood's Nol 1321 IS I
Honrs At Home
Overl.nicl FP-r j
a riNE ARTICLE OF THIN Y'ji
For sale t-y C689 lcn)