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A rpM uaikr f ik ir ) i
YwfcvdaV an OV'U-T w axeivtl In Ibat "rJ arm
Salt Laka. - a w katal t a.irir. Th-w irr. wUramekadea
fc"tn Hawaiian MTiftMl lhal rfi"! by r-nrarrara. M
t.'tn Am alli k. k-. n-e, rrr.l Irma that rttv. There have
hem aa mamas shiuraenta Fat af atVr elaaaes f
Bnae af stigtr, from tsie staxket, mntil tne pceaeot ar-ler.
We no.k-r.taa4 that arraag-menla have recently besa
by whirl, lb entire ;rlwi fwfil and B.Uae) af "'
taliilkM a.J m s)ll La rirr, t!V: parvbaeers taking it,
aa uvral (mm IN pork-to aa la whar f b- rata Franeiaea,
I ltr.1 petee. Tha rr-tM fr.iea to Lake by
rail ta alat li real a p..uruf. immI IIm sags, is laid eowa
there at a kx iM rltaa M em be had tHIrana
Tbe saa-r A"". mh arrive! el francisco
but Bt.MH tV II meknnt and YohnBas-a. haal cabin j
Hniimt-w, 7 ! I hiiw ami Japanese, ami PV In treasure ; (
mtm 1,47 loaa rlsh. luelu.l.i.a; S.1M paekag-aef ta anal t
ai'i. a. . . .t r ... (..wl ?biaMkLMa '
f lea fa- .- TMk -( rMwarl by ai:r.vl. Ta. to tbe
taripaat arg' Betasgfct ..-V.
fritter to retailing ia aa I ranriaea iU I rmw eighty to eighly-
(ft W rnt ft ponntl. Ken will waneawly, ake aaa af la .
iff to toi alif-tTiia. will ( mai atrfiUtaa kx I
lka tuN atnHwtim !
Tba brattrb ir t Um tUn f '4JUrni at Treaanre
t;y and llamIMn, bU a aerfy run apr tbeas
early in X--jihr. Il raiTVrl in that eicisiiy thnt Mr.
A. Ittyward, wirfllo l.r.rl- lto buak. bad laded tut
M..U f 4u.e, ai -a. .pra
aama lit ppttto. TV run rmtiaaeal Ua ILtntUIM earty in
Ik Ion.. and r.tatuiiaed antit I T. M , ahaatl IU.0t b-
b nuMf .ao- wk.-nlt iwilH'l that lba banA bad
ptonty aMi-to . hand UW tu.kwM Caaad awl I be
rui a"Jpl. il Wtta it inn " f aa "" -n.j.
Thar a rmiMtaUM Ihe Nanuf, a a tl ruanf Ibat
gave flaw it. i 1
a l.tKdL. o.U.UtMCIJL.
fha arbyimwr , wf arriv' m TVtraday froM fan
JTriMtctori wul . twoweeka obL Mkar baaaiiaull carjw,
MiaUy lumlWr. wku:h to r a.td kvknw. iaita to emiaiajnaat b
ftulto) A Cn. If nw d.a Ami a par. H.ior beray we ander.
atand ahn will pra:d ta Tahiti.
Ttuj aW Prunriaera aiarketa, aa rarw'.t by Ika abe ar
fteal, allow a atatarkal raaHP it la itluaf a feiaad) yto
ditaM. I4mfi4 wm ataa.lv a4 Mi lit lit -Ua (baMnr ill
ua t rtwnrm -J li (r avhitm. J. M ?i taedark.
Maiamia- LMill at 16 tr t rlWu:a.
Pk Tto dil aayai " fia flbrrir.a; b pnlia, we p'U
aato f 3TV bak-s, A'- .. an prlabr tftmm alatl
10. That ia Uta t ana Ukal baa baa ataiie for
Itir ka ara w exrkaa 4 aVouuMf, wbw-b to Gifbl,
wiua; lotalkrt mthaliiiitra to-iue; Ui'S'lj it aw.
tea Mbick af laiitad eaeaaaiva, at ArrUumg ruleav
I'weraa Ltuii at Id t l bl K-aia.
toM, steady at 1J. eeba( M.w York, 1 per cent.
Tba bark lUinmitm, Irons Japan, britufa an aaaorted cafS
I aa Inl wt what we Iruet wiU r a prvriMta ttrliiiip of
pradwcia. AawMMf ini Mwprtalaia ar brstba, &iwud, pkaaia,
stowaw. AC . alt ad wrurn aff an ishto. BVir ka, aspacasUy, at
lby can ka Imporo-d oa ! aril at fr'an Mi$ $it, amd
ln b 1011. wlU rimI a atmaty atarbr-t. We anderatand that
thisM brtmgkt by two .VaaaVt an tal t lb beat Vatoiav
V kaiara ar htavina; iaita rapbtljt awlas bastoa; sailed
lte proBMnt week a Iw aa iiiui.f. avseral af AM being
bound borne, iib Rre ee Itm oU bant an ErWgkt.
VraM aa f rattetoew wa tear i
bat ta barb JTrAana Allr
arrt"d aer an tha 15th, srnlwn dty t fruoi tbia part, anal
woabl and aaln an or abtmt Iba 4lb. Pb! will l diM a bunt
the 11th or th, if the prasent wratlacr b4'
Uuip f erfAav, wbicb) aaiini aaarv aw law IHb of aa ember,
bail awt ar ri awer ap la thf 2itb, kmrleen daa ant.
Tha altip tirmmt Aitmir-I aalbrd frnaa Man Praaciaca, No.
lTlb, awl darUitnl to Uke n snad pa llonalniq. Khe paasrd
11a port wnih-mt be in a; sbaarsad.
tttm a kip Inbtml aaiia to-day (r New BedCard and bVanon,
Avitn n carfoaf ad ami tojae, and wiU be fudowrd by flat Joaa
Diaaw aaal wark.
Baek raravaxp baa bees beard Irons, bavin fml Iota part
mantoy. Falkland lalawk, lar what canaw to ant stated.
Tba barb J. W. Jaaaar to adverlasnl ta fcalow lave Af array
la l Hawaiian pocket Una.
A mad Car San Fraactora will be drspatchad by the
AfaAaia n Tasaday next.
t. PanTa fur trale baa aaaatntrd lo balf n Millina doilar
v.tUin I ha paat year. BiAleea bnndrtd Ihouaaod musk a I
Tat Fooa ar rntLaaaLPMia. Tha toal asunher af per
sona recetia aat-Uuo relief darina; taw avtt yea in Philadet.
pbus waa i, claamaaa) aa fuuowa i Aaeracana, UAN i
Inrelgners. ZtU'd I children. 471 la Tbia seaasa a very huge
aumiwr fur a city where few cwigranta arrive
Tba fail stnmgib of lb Aawrtcaa aavy aetoally aa daty in
abipa and guaa to aa t.lbws i .Nona Ailaniic staulrsn, lii
bipa, 09 gana i Moatb Alluallar. 4 thtpa. 43 guoa Carcpean.
aatpa, IC (una i Pacltte, 11 snips, 77 gvuta Asiatic. olupa.
aa guaa t aw spec mi duty, 3 ahipa, to guns. Thai force cookl
be irablail at short notice.
Tba cotton martaftcfiirlDa; iateraat to rapidly apringiag ap
tbrouaibaut tha Month, and already ighiHs Mills are started,
having gxyuuM spindka. M re than baif af ibese are la Vir
ginia. all t'amlini ami Georgia. Ttia to ens? of ihe anreat
signa af IW aarataarat proaprruy af tba Bowl a. There to no
raaatwi why tha rolbm vital aboutd aot Btaaufactnc iia awa
atanhr. and ibe prauabdity to that within a few years Iba bulk
al the cotton crop nUl aat be allowed Is brat the SMiUutia
Blaw-s (or Norrhern ar fnreipt marmhwrtnciaa.
CsvrtTia IvTMBBa. Tba rhieaaSraajgiresaaew
mb foe ComrHtting tnlervat. ami aaya it to simple and an
Ira that -! hanker kvoaer, aarrrbaul ar clerb auoahl post
it ap for art-rarirw. By an ail r wibeaw.lKal process can
Ihe drsireil ifrn,..iHn be ohtainsil by so kw flifnrea i
" pr "-.waitipiv aa gin newuiwr of dollars by tba :
anmberif dxsoi mtorsat lear-d. separata tba rtcbt b ami
Brora aa.i itiia d ia aeanii l iiw. i.,... u .i.
Mtwine of at, a al w ft rent.
r.ia-hl aer rest wnUinlv anv rirra aaauanl aw tha na.Kee
al ways apms wM h tl ta aVmrsil to aae.rtata law Bnars, savt
alivala ay inviy.Bvs.aa tha resnll wut ba taw ia lar rat of aaca
Iha lima rsipurxt. at eight fr oak
Taw sev rent wtiibi ly iha same a ahv and divaja hr
thirty -i aiwl iha rMiit wUI ahow tha raw af interval at tea
TUa hirb T. Pulaa,, Tart. VaMilina lawia. aajul
frniat Mw aUdfiait Mirvsaala' 2 t tha Mna Pan ac Oca an.
Tna t, Maaaa r Theva haa a o aanra artavitv bsaperas
all iha aat -w 4ay IR ta r watta rtsaa, aa.1 sawa havw a-ea
atuilanl prrr!a aHtomilm Sr l.Xtl harrala,aU lo aauiatM--lr-r,
w yrivate larata. A sitbt aaa baa awaia la Mew Ysrb
af rja hitrrebt apavtw mi. reeantly arriaeat IVarv. (,r tl mil aa.
la Whttja ati titer- , awaia ttiort ln await Iha
esurrtMl i,,,, i;w .Va-theta wh; -t T-ae snj
raa t. lMa wv h.tva a r-cort a iha aaaa. amb) ae
Iare4. as a prte nt aaatla pnMte.
Tha w srh 1raa- l.t-l r-poets tha sal nt JOB har
frla Muniharo whala ail. arirv export. an privala lerma.
Whah hnn U in r-iptest in wtia sales amrs mnt
btat rea,t -t BtatiHla A ret nr. at J t per pmimt, rofci, an.1
W.IMMt ptHtmla r.ith h-.ne al i enr j aaarj,
at. Jtaaaar. ,Ya. ,
LoawM, ,a. rtaKT a aria A Ca.a prW car-
rana IS4hlrt.aV ne..a ihtl aparoioU asetacn-l. aavsnty
tana af enlnnail wars atrrNt at aactnaj an IMA and taken ka at
AMftt lx witlfml a a. Rfliwra are asilwc ariabl aal la Iha
rannlryaah.waaaa4M,;. ,.r r a. ae,n ..ach below
a prwnl ranttnal vaina af rr i. Mnwthera ail nasaiaa n i
wwlna .. avarirlry, at :? la :! wrarilm: in ajaalitv.
V",a.;.ti couitnaea w sell in saaall haa al la td t teat
'Tl''''- 1" '' very aiilieult a nwt. there betas; aa snysva.
k: 2". um lanileiaiy.alacaa beiaa;
llaTht a. lh m Lnnrtnn ami Iha anatlnent. eVmthera B Outed
at Al.t Fnlar X. araa Dv la iMra.1 VUK
Wii Oii.-TWMnrtJ arf H te Teek haa all been
BoW, an.1 iha autrki-t la nes bars at that pirtf. Males haw
bsaw ajatlw there af .Hl.Ooa l.a. Caast atl. rnaat, at S4
rata ar fa! Ian t K) barvela rVatlb M.a and hiuwplwk. bar e.
swrt, as m eeabt yav gmtUm and I on barreta a oVx. aar aosaa
was. on prtvata Krata. jt. L. D.mtt. ,yw. tk
Taa a Fa imumto Pr r. . It. M.W, an TaeUr.
Faa L niv rr Ills Merrill, Tanaiay.
OP HOUOLULU. TT. I.
a Kcbr Warwlra. J.aVn BaO. froas
a Iharwab bk Mlranwa. awas lus Haan. Japan.
a eVHr .Netta? Jlvrrnl, tTorwy.lrooi WaulT
a Mrbr Ka Hai, IVwara, froaa aaa.
aVar Aaaay, Lambert, troaa Kasai.
-JVhr Kluaa, Wahia, front Maoi.
T br Mary, Kaai. baas Kaoai.
a Sichr A anat. Falv. Irnaa Hawaii.
ttebr Kasaa Packaa, W aitSivd. brasa Hawaii.
a Ana avbr Flyaa Dan. Banna. wr, 1J naya Iron.
la ehr Warwick. i"ha Ball, rrnat sea.
a eVhr tabl FeUow. Marrwant. froaa Iia wail.
11- rVhr Mot Keikl. .Napa, froaa JUai.
11 Mchf Mettia Marrul, CUmey, from Maat.
4 br Ka M.a, Fawara, Car Maai.
a Asa wb hk a. EarL bar New I
a 'am wa aa nam t-amiaaara. llaJaev. ta
Am wa a Rainbuw, naAar, for New BeUlorO.
t-Aa wb ah Ilibernia, Vv UUaaka, ta croaae
Am wb bk J U Tfeawpaoo, Allen, ta craiaa.
7 Am wb bk Sen Breesa, Fawarr, ta ciaias.
T Am wb hk A cocs Barnaa, JclTrey. ta craiae.
Scar NettW MevrlU, Clancy, t MasX
Aat bk D. C. M array. Bennett, (ar Man Franciaco.
Am wb bk Elai tHeift, BUvan, ta rniaia.
Aat wb hk Uhw. Lawrence, ta erwfee.
a ass wa aa waa atowlaao. Know lea, ar New BedfcajiL
a am an aa jantea aura, aaa, lor Raw IMfard.
Am wb bk Karopa, Mellew, locraaaa.
am acbr Foraat bin. TatUr, tar Fort TowwattaJ.
Aaa wb bfe Actlva, BUckmir. is craiaa.
9 Aaa wa bk Tridrai, Creea, la craiaa.
Am wb bk PTtTeaa, Dow dan, fnr Mew Bed Cad.
9 Haw wb bk Wahelm lat. Mammcav, ta craiae.
scb Warwick. John Bolt, bar Mauaas.
.Wear Ilokalehr. MotoAai. '
rtchr Act!. Meiush. Ibr Maui.
O Mchs Kmao, Wabln. far Maat.
rh Ka Mot, Pswars, far Man.
9ch rnaee. West. rar Hawaii.
a chr Jenny, Lambert, tie Kanai.
Hear Fairy Uwmtk MniMa. fcw Kansa. ,
1 chs Warwick. John BoU, t-r Moiokai.
IO ca Paaahs, sUberack. bar Hawan.
10 Am wb bb Henry Tahcr. Far kard, la craaw. C
Faoar Hioava, J ir Pr Miranda, Dec. 4ta II Trtcke,
(iata-ga Booaxta, T TaruOac, 1 Japaaeae -1.
foa a. Faaiacw Per D. C. Murray. Dec. lib Mrs
vr Taytn arul 't cbildrea, Miaa L Maana,0 R Wtlaon. J U
ftrttta. Cat I C Ilawhtoil. Cap V U WW. Capt F Smith.
W Martin. C Wl. E eW-bra-fclsr. On t hate. Vet l ar.
Hoi Vtal, Akal. L T Moraaa, J f latehiann 1.
VIM:L1 IX I'OKT.
I A Sitm Maia. Aaiataai TajfT.
UBN. tlinr CaiuHroo, C4 Abilrr.
Am aaip Mafac Cruab. 4icbar(iaa; 0(0, C. Brewer Ac Col,
An altip Ist'ton, Toilarm). w.lng orjrra.
Br.l tHift JaiL Uuamock. Kiuckctl, kwaJuj oil, C. L. Bhb-
Haw riiia J.aani. Wna. laaJinf cmI fuc eW l-ltJ, C.
Htx-mri Ar C Attl -Aa
b.vrk J. VV. rtravrr. Kauwj, kJui c Ha rnaurtoro,
Walker A 4llra. Af fbta.
Daiuall baxk MiraaJa.
IU brk A. J. Y-v, PW.
Il kuk Faica. Smith. C. A. WXauM Ac Co., Afl
Bril bri Bysaeiium, Calhoon. a. Aba,A(U.
AM rhr I cia Terry, anta. tiisifctrfuic.
Am aiJU 1jiiK lrl, HUnomUef.
fbip lloUr!. ltcoaii. Ih(k Kmiiy Mor;an. Ifeilrr.
Ihml V rt-ir. Marria
J j.Lir-, (J'-cao.
Jtua CarT, Wwih.
J a ll Uud, Wbcblen.
OUer Crvckrr, FmUrr.
Fhfp Jaltan. ef4nr'Mna-. ; bnc TatatM, K"-l.
lUxk "! Uiaatarrk. liAUMaea.) 1ty.
; -. r .1'-
', ron lo. Jara-fVr Miranda. IVc 4
Uncka. . ri,VS-i riaaicr. fkf
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I 1 -rrw''" j 1 Ktnra. No
I p"1". t'"t Mdr, .k'a
tmtm ft rcico Per Tiling Ihtrt. IVr. 9 1
9 LantoY. ret 30.000
O Pvtatoaa, bas.. ........ Si
t I'ktiwr. bbia.......
ra ta Ktprvia-Per Jim -a AtVn, V?. ?i
Wkabr ad. (alto XS.l'-'. Ufa-rat oat, jaUs t,C72
A a. I ttva.
Vlaw ror-ma, l.at IJ -, Tranablpped. 13tt 44
Pua New Baaroa r-r -". Ilwwtond, Uce. 7 s
Vls PorriaT. .t " Traiadlppad-.J13A4 4
ra . Bcarnap I r r-aa, Ifc-r. 7 j
WaateatJ. l.a : VI ?,-m oil. Clto 14,441
Wairwa IIS). If.a..... " k(,
Valuw P'rijn. Tranbil...f !, al.
Foa !a PaaCI -l-r l I. Morny, IW. Sj
Bannnaa. bfM-ba '.o la.Iy. fca.. .......... IOOt
I aa.iawwJt ml. g.tlU.... I-Vik ISala, la ....... ...... kl,laI
t'uciaanuta. ..... .. 1V3 Peanoia, fra..... ... .. 171
I'eawut. tbla SO "Wt.r. ba ICwtfd
t'onVa. r.. ........ .. .'3 ll-rware, b. ...... 1
litrcr. ffa.... ...... Tallow. 6". ........... "
llatra, frren. N IO' And al-xra.
l-msra. .a.... io
ali ror.rfa...! fl-3C Ikanvtx...S14Ht'J4
Poa PoaT Towi'ii? Try T-tt Klnt. IW S:
foCT. Iba 5,4 i aa, ba . ..57,W
ValneltottaraliC ..$4,770 71
Rsroa r or Baa Tixzava (at. Alb-n refru that be
k-fl Moneaoni March I' ih. bouial b tha Anrtlf . On ika Al
tMcbel at RotoMab ax tb prpajc of procurine men. brltia:
"t banded. W V aborw ehlai( ura. the lal and 2d
aAcera, oa-r and thr boatatecrrra sl4e the larkxtrl boat.
bad draertrd. f-irf to lb erpcaite sute of iba island. Tba)
tobavaBje uVacrt 'n rf mf alToris so rripplrd me thai we eonbl
ao a North , licrtfirv, f hatred tba voyage to a cruise Sow: b.
Craiaed near TtrtfTt R-b ontil the Sutb of Jon-, Ukinf 125
borreta sperm ad (3 whalr ) Went la the WValwarvl and
cnuaed aw Braanploo Bhoala took ij5 barn-fat of humpback
atl. Ift Ihe Mboala OS tha Zjth Vl-lrmbrr. bound to the Bay
of I aland. Hr Iba pnrpune of dtorbar(inft Iba crew. On the
paaange tka.k Iwa sperm wbalea. biek) stowed down 41 bar.
rrfa. Left the brands on fha 1XB of IKIuher t-r tKa Mu.ll.
ls!anda. amslna; at thlm port lnu.U-r 21. alu-r a iiu:r Jf
1 at a ilw.
I iradra to port. Uazttlt.
to tot. 10 a i, I hence look Ibe
Art In this citr,oa tbe Tib maUDt, tbe wife of Mr. James
Aabl. of a daughter.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11.
Tito IoIIo5 3Xnjrlatti-ttoy.
Tha MA.fi! r? ,,.,:.., ..rat T..: v.f-T...-
... . , f 1
ia crcaiCM grcui umrareion ana Some alarm IO
the community. We cannot ray that in tbia
case a jary would have convicted, but that tliere
is probable caure to bebeve tliat this would liave
been the result, we liave heard but few deny,
liut iwam thit) caA by. and Jet un sappofe ronie
other person brought to trial for a ciime. and !
w7 v I
... . . , ... .. !
i-crnjii ikjiuo a renjwtaoie pjesiiiun in
our society, has Uavtiey, inOucnce and friend-,
what guarantee has the public that on the pre-
I .t ... .
l-mtnArJ examination the .Magistrate Will not bar
justice by a rcfunal ta commit for trial? of nbut
UHe U it for the jaWke to ferret out crime-and !
bring onerulers tn trial ; for tlie Attorney (.'eoeral
to prtjewute, if at this ret btage in the trial,
one which cannot lie denied tlie a ecu fed, the
Magistrate can with one word stop proceedings.
We claim that this det-iniun is in jsrrfect keep
ing with the chtiracter and career of the Magis
trate white 00 these island, fc prove which we
quote the following extracts from the let and 2.1
volumes 4 ILiwaiiavo rr porta : In l'roliate, July,
1-G, in tlie mz.icxvt tbeesUte of A. h Turner.
dVrra4?d, Judge Robertson iu the course of bis
lie, in ion says :
ll appears that, at Iba ttma of hia dVceaae. Mr. Turner was
snliy iDier-s ed wlik Mr. J-aSa Mnnloanerv nf lluaolnlo.
In a itairy farm an thw Islaaat "4 Kauai, w bach M r. Turner as
ataoivrlrMC raHO"r co-art.i tas Ihrir anl acoainl. rtbortrjr
after Mr. Tamer's dxaia. hia aatrtivlua: iwrtner. Mr. Monifaai
cry, applied ft ac.l ahtaanl b tiers of admlnsatralaaj en his
eaUta front Ja.'.C" BJ : Kaiii t proceeded to dae of a
portion af tba persravtl i-trtif of Iba par'nrrship and all
Ihe per inu 1 t Certs 4 Mr 1 iror and ud ofl Ihe danls ut
tba Bim and Ihe private U-K. 4 Mr. Taruer. a . a .
It ia traa th it the sa- w r.- lirmed by the eutrrt, Lul it waa
rsarlsd by the aiajaauwr aa a aale loMr. McBrtde.and nut
tn bimaeu'. aa it kt Sera a.init led to have been and la bold that
Ihe aam caald ant be u..tarbad wn Ibat account, would be ta
allow the aiama:r ;-r ta cans aa advantage s rater the
rnnCrmalet af t-a" baaed apm a mkaccsamtataton of
Use arloal Urta iu rk. i iae." . . a a -Rwl. apart from any
conau Wataaa aa lo lae lutna s of Iba aahr, or Us ajeceaaaty, tl io
Cnuleraied by Iha b wa t ia,'hal Mr. M-uirory Cuual nut,
aaleraoy rtrcna.' . -.J, be aalawed. whether he Is lo be r -fardel
aa aaa.ratrat -t or sarvivs partner, to becosne per
sonally interei..i Li rha U.TU of the esUle, of which be
was a trustee tor Sale. am chatty of opiulua Ibat thai pnt
tnw at a snood star. a4 n .stained by the great weight
of bntb Encash mint x.-rr.r-, authorities.1 ....
Tbia ia a pernK.tr case, asai dc.anda law sirtrtrst arralinv.
Mr. Mantgnwavry was Cm.U.I wth a S inclary charac
ter, betas; at aoe tba wrr.i: partner and administrator of
Mr. Taruer. His p.. jm ta a i-talnlss. ba kis ass nrram.
tbeaa arvsvsa caaraciara, aaje lie bci
reW la a 10 au.4. aaa ictliarly
awaken Ihe aafgescir.ca U aelfiaU
n,;(ht be. ta hiaaaeif C4.-r btsa ck
bcira al law of Mr. Tamer
calculated to lunch and
ialrrcst, unCuravrkMuJe, it
I C Ircuutstancrs he beam
Ibe pwrbaarr of tae prooer'r. Ihrrai.b the intervrntana, taT a
third party. Ne cia rvar rtaa aa-re tairly within tbe reaam
af ibe rale than tke peasant, and K must be dealt with accota
bajly.' a a
In this caw tie present Police Magistrate
evinced a dirfition to improve his pecuniary
condition by d-veit, the parties to be injured be
ing the beirs at law of bis oViccaae. partner, wl o
could not at tba time defaod tltemaelves. Tha
language of J udge Kobertdon was certainly mild
but quite plain, whren he style Mr. Montgt.mery's
statement tlai lire property was sold to another
party, when it was in reality tojiimaclf, a fact
whieb Montgomery afterwards admitted, a rmt
reprtsentaiimt any harsher term would not be ia
place in a decision of the Stipreme Court. ' ' "
From tbe case of Isaac Montgomery rs. Daniel
Montgomery, where Chief Justice Allen delivered
tbe decision, we quote the following extracts :
Mr. Davia tcati&ea Ibat Vincent ataled that ha had lautbimx
to gala bv this aoU. af il went cither way, and thought that tba
anly bencSt be conld derive would ta euiplu) atent in the line
of hat toaineaa. on the property, and it may be thai I con
veyed taw Idea to Iha aairais of my associates. I caanut say
that Vincent aisled he waa of more consequence I haa all Iba
lawyers. 1 do aot ifcullect of bavins; matte sack a statement
tn others. 1 Lave never iasinnaled that Mr. Vincent bad
slated ta me Ib-t he wished naaoey taaced at hia disposal,
and I never rave a mi at ta a qaesuon kiveirins; this to Mr.
Bates ac Mr. J. Moat'osaery. I had a feneral conversation
wtih tbeae srtrUrsjen, and told tbesa that I thoacht Mr. Via
cerils tratimnny would be adverse 10 our client. He tbea
stated la Mr. Bates, there is one Important matter ia this case
which I will disckate to von couAdentJally, ibat Sl.goObas
bees named as tbe pries of Vinrent'a testimony, and Mr. Bates
aaid. Yea, that ia a hat 1 wanted 10 know ahnat. 1 aaid, then,
Mr. Bales, I wiab tna to understand that 1 named it lo my
cSbrame, Mr. J. Montf-astery, but, list proposltioa did rW
eomcfrran Vincent. Muotbacry replied. Yea, t waa named
to me by yon. bat not aa coating frucn Vincent. Mr. Bates
asked ma whether Moatsctncry dat aot think it came from
Vincent. I replied that Mr. Moutr. ornery mif ht have received
Ibat impTrsaioa, rather tkaa lhal I conveyed it. I iatr that
be mihi bava received that uxprcaaka from tbe tact that my
ceOeaue, Montaanery. afterwanls told me that the resrasatent
Cid that be bad ctvca Vincent J-TOO. Mr. Davis aaid lhal Mr.
Jotti Monteomery bad Called on bim ta pal bim rif hi with Mr.
Balsa, In relation ta tbe interview at Mr. Ritea' office, be
tween all Ibe coanaH and Ibe tcapondeot. Mr. Vincent slated
ta aia thai Mr. Pamcl Muntx anery bad sail wn bim that it ka
anted SIAWtn aaa, be would let bim bave II. 1 aaked bim
if il was aot ra the lirbt of a loan, and be replied, perhaps a
mi (hi be ara. I did an Ib-n retard tba statement ol Mr. vin
eenl aa a aWbtratiaa that respondent bad attar4ed ta bribe
Ikua al Ukal I nf. I lull Ik rvapMirietit what 1 bad Irsrurd
U-m Mr. J. Maoiffotorry. thai hm bad anrea Vtnceol f X0. I
lirt l4d kl Voirral bad aaiJ. I dcttt toid it to Mr. Batra
aa aoat r-uncl. for I did But know hU lo I luck of U. 1
Aant miMMVlt-Al aiirtb- be bad ivo Vukcat t $300. tut be
rlol lhal b bad not (lva tutu .UjO, but bad toaDed il, and
bad bia ante fur il. I d Dot rramter that tber ban bren any
drab4 Ui the eootMel and rcaoodeot al"t ta $M or
Mr. Balea, rnoiMal fur reapaodent, teat Ba taa( bis riMroi
h.ru htai Mr w'.f!;j,11;
IumI 1 1 lo aim tkal Mr. Datria bad aa tl tnat loent hJ
prbiwaili4i Ikuat fur II.MM Urn IratiaUotiY ab'Mlbl be
favorable to rrprJeM, and at a mertHHC of cooaaet and ciimt,
ta aiMtioa) aa Mil to tttui betb be bad made orb a
CMBluiUuraliuu. aod wbrUirr Mr. Jubn Monfifotaery bad pro-
lo Mr. MonuinT dtpcail with bim, Mr.
to. ii.uuu. witM-a raa to be rrtatuea oy aiui u anvie uie
toaoa of thia eatt. r Ike btnrbl of Mr. tnceot, ta wuich Mr.
It mil rrjJ-d. Thai to Lahc" H-Jkitor Mootf utnerjr araa rx
rtti ml lliia rcfly brauae be had undratwul Mr. Uaria
dilTerrtttly, ami aaid, -Bt4rt! I ran't stand tht" Mr.
Htrm furttirr k-atilieij IImi Mr. rt-4icit. Mutiticxitrry aaid to
ldurt, in bto i-rfenre. tbat Ue bad Vli him that he. th rr
lrxliii, ba-l riren ('W. and that the renjiood-Dt tpiil that
b ikil Irw. I did b- LUii bae flUO. fl came lo ar in dia
treaa, aud I luauird. or rave, (filnrn da-a nut ninetiiber the
ward asnl.) hint Slow. Mr. J.Jin V-witr xncrj re-aaarttetl the
alalfnnil aa maite by the n-ajrf-fulril, w ho stated further that
Mr. Yioerot bad a-plied lo him aid. and be bad atatnl In
bim thai be did nnt kouw bow be wraa goiiif! lo be aituatrd. hut
If I ran I wiU larln you.' The rraiiimtktit aaid be had been
adrtoed lo make Ikia iai at ui i ca Ikiu to atilneM. iu relation to
Ibe latrmeiito alb-yed lo baee been Made ty Mr. UaTbt ahoat
any exprraaiuca m eonveraatf with bint that Vincent culi
be iadacrd ti aive rnknce either nn one tide or the mher, by
an aJnaMa onaidTalaaa ; ImiI the iia-rr'io U-fi on h
nund waa Ibat, aa Vincent bad talke-t anail frttuif half f
Pnolna, and aa the rrafaaadent told bim , aa wrell aa Mr
laa. and bto tenarke ia relation lo bard tinx-a, 1 Infrrred
that f l.Guu waa in aome abane or way a aim ahtrh Mr. Uaeia
waa a riak f V inrv-nl lFin IimIumI to dreiala fruin th truth. '
l IrutU th truth,
which.from Mr. Ualea' atatment. were on resounded' ahle
o ike rase. HcUcttoc Muoieooiery then matt a commurura. . ination. The Attornov General in his remarks
la to his cliebi. of the imprrsabaai he bad derived from Mr. , , . ,
Uavia. lie atatrd to bto ciimt that II appeared lo bim that , tO ttlC Court UlstinCtlj stnttll to the cfiect that
VaTTu! Zr''t .P. the examination was com.ne.u-ed at the inntance
uu'jTn.'f i Ma'i1 rri"i 1 l th of the proper police authority, and that bail bad
rvaicttar M-ntfatery sas be nprfwl eurpr.ee at tbia ' leeu secured. The public Is perhaps aware that
oatrsB. Tbse remarks of Mr. Davis were unJoublr.il ihe i - . , . V
canae of this n-a in the min.1 of the solictor thai v.ncvnt . 4t somewliat difficult for us to nceiire informa
orp, io a or.br. The a..irii..r waaUitem-ud wbra-r tion aa to the nnj ontH of tuc Government
he bad not ataled that ViurMrut wanted $IJM b-r bis tcaO- I
moo, and whether Iho rrsponnVnt waa n4 a b4 w4log.tr I House, and more difficult for US to tlltVe it 8UU
ll. Hj rT id lUat bis rbrrU had fifO -TUO. as hff aai-1, and I - i , . r
wUcbbcba.l.rrau.doibi,auiithai iiM-reasii.( ihe sum ! stantiated in case it is dcuiod by the writers for
waa ed uMrreaaitui lltaouVnae. and Ibat be bad aaid ba-uUrly I . i.
-lhal b m.(bl aa weU (o ib wn. b-." lie detut-a ex-
phcttiy that he ever ndvtord r-aau ct Moutgumery to make
The wlinraa furtb-r saa i That u wb-n be aaU al Ihe InU-r-view
of lha rvaanaet and cib-til, I can't SI ami tsat, Kobert.' I
waa nndcr Ihe lma-eaai.at that Mr. llavia meunt to OKiTe a
detaal thai be bad Made any cututoauicalbai lo me on tbe aub.
ataiewM-ni ,h f i Mxi b.-inr b-poai'd with Mr. Uatia bar in-
cetil's benefit. Mr. Maisan ry saas he drairrd Mr. Balra to
arroMa.ny hahfr. Ua.-- n-an-r. f. iie part-ae d bav-
jng Mr.latorofmiwbaibc tb
In Us statawenl made by Mr. lau in Xr. llatva oitice.
wbarb I un.lrrlaaJ P be a denial lhal be bad conituiuuralcd
anytluns me abual Vincent, and tbe l,0uu. so murb talked
aui. Tbu Hiu-otew aa bad, and ca4.naituua mado, aud
l.aanlbat did lad coot from Mr. Viorenl. lo which Mr.
M-ailx-aiiery rylU-d : Vra, il as ImjikiI I j ue by you, but
UtA named aa Cotuina; from Mr. Vincrtil. "
The uiat itralma which arises ia. v aether any nf the facta
disc-baM create doubts as lo the truth of Ibe testimony t4 Mr.
Viuceni ; t-r if a man baa accrptvd. -r offV re.1 to accei't a j
tribe, bis evidence can bare no aright with I lie Court, unless ,
fully sustained by the mud reliable witnesses, or by rircutn- j
That Holiritor M.tgMnery m',.a this impreMbm on tbe
mind of bto iam couusri, Mr. Baiea u undeniable, liut
bad he any ground for entertaining eucb an ofuiibm of M r.
Viucentr Mr. Davia attempted to have a conversation with
Mr. Vincent In fetflbai to bis knowledge of the facta iurotved
. ... .... .
in IDul caar.aial of Ibe character 4 the leaiimouy which be
wtauu give, but be aluiltusly aviaded il. I lie iutrulurl ou lo
Ibe cunvrraatiun to not material ; alihouch, it may be re
marked that it was more Maaonic in its tone anil manner than
prof asioual. It apprars Ibat I hey were early friends, and
iaai ncj euicreu upoa a very tree coversation on tneir
private aflalra, of their buatneaa, of tlieir perwaud Couiiition.
Mr. ViiMVUt aaid hia busiuraa waa poor and timea were hard.
ia me course oi ihe conversation ftesaul mat trie resModent
bad slated to him If he wanted n thousand dollars to use be
w.atia lei mm have It. Tbercuaaa 31 r. 8-aicilor Munlg.anery
Infers lhal be Wants antaMV kia testimony, anil ao arafea ia
ihe rrapondent. who cominunicaiea it to Mr. Bates. But,
when tbia un Irraiandrng of Montgomery to coounnniCated t
Mr. Uais. be uainantiy rrpu-iiatea it. and that noaurb
IntiMjiMat bal been aiven by Vincent. The question arises,
then, has not Mr. lvto made diOereut stai.-tnenta of ihe same
; air. ttavto made diOereut slal.-tneata of Ihe same
He d-tdca eni bali' ally lhal 1ucent bad offered
niony b-r I.0OJ when Ihe cooTeTsatVoo waa bad
cnuoaei ami repondebt. sw.c.tor Montg mery
bim bto teaUmony
aivs f Hat fr.kn U. rtm.t . ..i .. .J K. 4w K- . I
tvouW be ibe luJuceiuent. Tbe deduction made
siatw wouat oe me tnuucenteni. ne aeuiKimia mane
bv rlolicitoT MtaileotiM-rt m lu.l L i 1 Inahrttaliimiu
k. a al . .
" veraaiion with an old friend, a man m ty he permitted io talk
I aioue ai uupucu orenure Vi lu rwcj ur uia tiunoaiy,
Mr. Mntdgumenr drew lub-renc- wh'cb were not W llimite
and lucre is no propriety ibal Mr. Davis should be answerable
i itimuiiv uo aroauu wr luc ooiuivu mai
i Uatia ba.1 cbaored bis Version of Ibe conversation lo shield
, tifeavR- b-vuijcmie overture, for hia t
i Iniurisaions he bad derived fnau Mr. Davis, that
uiuus a.uuwu kaj iii. iiruv me
l Vincent ex-
I peeled scane inducement In " keep hlul un the rtght
! bis lestiuiouv, ami he tbou-1it Jl.OOO waa that imlu
I rurnt staled t hJm that he had s-iven Vincent A30U. and Cuukl
'Jtoiveworei iiwtCTdM du
' "amnauiy c ine onense or bribery, Mr:i-ihT tbe sum was j
more car leas, il was hia Imnerative rint ta hive JmminrvJ
I aura c.uhjuci.
such ctikIuti. It was not an occasion lo he jocnlar, or fur a
Ciaina-Uor of the. Court to Indulee In trLtlinr remarks nuun
; Ibis tbe moat serious nf all subjects cnnneried w itii rareedinga
j In a Court of Justice. It la, Imleed. tridinc varitt serious
( things. It is Ihe duty of counsel to aid in the investigation of
a suit, and tn keep the atairce aT inforuiafion free irom o-r-.
rupltun, and the Court cannl for a moment entertain a ilis-
ruaaaja of the morality of jiving a CunsMleratiun lo a wilnea.
? i,M,uc h,, t tu tb irnth. it ia crmi.ti.ai it--ir; ami
sat) flltta war laaSa saa . I . . m m a. II aL a - a . II u
" . . ii c utviie, ku i lie imui. nuuw ic
ceive nv.iiey to tell a falat reaal. and there cajld be uo rvtiunc-j
upuo Ms testlrmaiy in either case. Mr. MiaiU-ma-ry has al-
ways snstaiia-d an iKatorabie po.iti.ai at the bar, and th.:
l:ourt d.t nor,.rieve llntl he wuuel WTi.maly enterUin. or ad-
vise a client lo entertain, a pn-tMaitiun of th.s character The
botaa-of the bar must be austaincd lv an unrichl practice,!
tbe course of legj invest igntiiai will tv liabl- to b- iniiure, '
aial dangenaia lo Ihe rizl.ta .f tartH-s. MlKaild a case lw inmlo i
lr..t.. Ii. I
Arrnin ar fiml tin. T.i;.- M.imia il,. unl :
jcrt of a mild reproof from a jud-e or the !
Supreme Court, which it. however, tem,ared by j
a statement tliat " Mr. .Montgomery has always j
suhtained an liofiorablc j-o.Mtioii at the bar ; a '
singular aduiiesion when the " miit-reprecenta- i
tion which Judge KoWrtenn remarked ujam in j
185G is taken into coiiM'dcration. From thee !
two ita-tdenU in tlie life of the Magistrate, any
one must be tatisfied that be is hardly the jron
to Ijo allowed tlo opportunity t check the eourse
of justice by such unwur ran table deeiriuns.
Tlioae who were present wlien the late examina
tion was going on, miu-t liave noticdl the ringular
conduct of tlie Ma-ribtrate. Tiis evident bias !
a a , a 1 t AT . 1 AT . , I
during tlte examination called forth from the
Attorney (Jeneral the remark tliat I.e. tho Attor- j
ney General, "would not be a irty to screen '
a . ,, ...
any person invoirea in mis iranuctioli.'' Mung
by this rebuke tlie Magistrate yielded the point
in dispute ; petulantly remarking that be did it
44 only because it would not make any difference
to him. And again when the Attorney (icneral
was eliciting, under a cross cxauiinatinn of the
witricsses for tlie defence, damaging testimony as
to the guilty knowledge of the accused, be was ;
so interfered with tliat bo remarked 44 tliat if the i
, ,,-, a. i, , . ... j
crons examination was to be interrupted in this j
now cuuiu jusucc ue oouuncui ncn
l .t a ....
damaging testimony was being elicited against
the accused, tl Magint rate was plcaed to yawn
and give every evidence of weariness and difgust; f
but let tlte teatimony take a turn, however slight,
and bis face beamed with delight, and be was all
The public must see that a man who is eata
ble of uttering a paljahle falsehood to improve
the condition of his purse, as ia proved by the
Turner case; who is so loose in bis ideas in re
gard to bribery, proof of which is clearly set
forth in the decision of Chief Justice Allen, and
for which he received so scathing a rebuke, is not
tie man to bold a position of honor and trust.
Tlaj public may well aek the Government if they
are wil.'ing to endorse the decision by retaining
in office a person with such a record ?
. TliJ I'olloo .TiiMtlce?, bifitln.
Stung by tlie moderate but convincing strict
ores in our last issue touching his action in a
recent notorious decision, the Police Magistrate,
John Montgomery, Esq., again seeks to excuse
bis unwarrantable course, by an article in the
Gazette, which it has pleased the editor of that
paper to endorse by inserting it as an editorial.
The first point which the conscience-stricken Mag- i
l.siratc bceks to make against as is that we liave
changed our opinion as to the guilt of bis client,
after hearing tbe evidence adduced at the examin
ation. Btfore the evidence was taken, when
street rumor was the only basis for an opinion,
wa were pleased to bay that we could not believe
that a person occupying the position of the ac
cused could be guilty of such a series of acts as
rumor charged him with, and that we were not
prepared to believe it. After a careful consider
ation of the testimony the conviction, as to the
complicity of tlie party, was forced upon us, and
nc cuuiu rcc iiui uiic txrurr; iu m jipuwi u
justice to all concenxtl. St murb fr our ptttsititm.
AVith the Magistrate it wf Jifferent, for, with
a knowledge of the leading point of the evidence
to be r.rctfCDtcd for hit coniidrw.ion aa commit
ting Magistrate, he teem to hae resolved to shield
the accused, and in defiance of all right and justice
ueggeuijr adherol to his resolve. It may ue
urged that the influence brought to bear upon
! h- v I,;.,!, O11llor:tv. uml wiplJir. a
J l "V
power second to none, 8ku1J he taken into con
riideration io our judgment of the Magistrate.
We differ for the renfuu that he must have
weighed the matter nnd preferred to brave public
opinion, and is personally responsible for the
The attempt to sustain tlie statement that the
examination was made at the instance of the
accused ia in keeping with the Magistrate's
character. We were informed by a competent
I aim iumuic irijr tiiut Hie jirvjicr iiuimuuics
! bad, after a cartful review of the facts elicited at
the trials of the parties accused of stealing the
whalebone, determined to prosecute the party,
who it was alleged had been the receiver of the
goods ; that before the warrant was served, the
' m-,. nrlunlHl l.;.nu..lr n.l oulro.1 r..r on ovim-
We uro couirt llel to believe, on the statement
of the Marolial, that tho warrant was not served ;
but we do not believe thai any cunijictent person
will my that its issuance hud not Ihx-u determined
on, Deiorc me party sougui un cxaminniiou, unu
i . . . r ,i
, that it only required the filling of a blank and
pLrnaturo of the aMagistrate to perfect the
. " . , , ., ,
. aCt. It IS at best a UllSCrable OUlbble, quite
. . . .. , r i l .1 -t-..
i cluiractcristic ; under cover or which the Magis-
I from his UllWorthy self.
Tlio Govormncnt rg;an on
The ofCeial organ of this week has a very weak
j leading article on protection to home industry,
.' in wJiich, though apircntly fearing to commit
i ... . e
itself outright against protection, the following
, . , .
1 l.,l....jMk nun1 .
I 11 is tony to imiMi up one pursuit ai tne rpenae oi nnoiner,
or Iu luster solely uue luduatry, if il niust be done lo the de
; iriiuenl of another. Yet, In a measure, ibis is apt to be the
: desire of ritizciM when discussiua: bub ic uolicv tliat hears
; upon tlw ir uwu class ol pursuits,
i , . .
, 'lC adVoCatCS Of protection UO not desire that
: 4, rmiit " lu r.rcAwteA nt thp rrivnisA of
i one r,un,u,t Ue prOlCCiea nr. me CXJKUbe OI
another," but they seek that every industry in
j the Kingdom, be it mechanical or agricultural,
!, ... r ., , . ni
' ,,e nssieted bo far as the state can ascst tt. Ihe
I Government tiaiier is vcrv unfiir in th jnnnner
! "uv"TraPnt pajcr is very uiu.nr in tue manner
! - - i i -t
in whlC'l) it lnCJltd tliis Subjecb to the public,
' . . ... . , - .
i aving the tntvrciice that one hruneli of artisans
J t- others in order tliat themselves alone
' may thrive. Ab we understand the question, the
advocates of protection desire the taritT SO
changed that, wliilc some foreign articles abso-
1 lutely ncccbsary for conbiimption be admitted
iree, otneru, wiiioii can oe prouueea Here as
. tl i , int.. i .
ell n9 abroad, Shall be taxed to IU.lke Up
j the deficiency in the revenue, caused by taking
UU ItlU UUU KJO iroiu bllC urilClCH t i V COIISUUie. UUU
. , ,
tnis win auoru iiiem uie neeueu proiccuon.
l Tliw il.t rait rlnsiro f.linf ; rmo t.nran.t ' nlnra
' iy uu iajw uwuc
44 Iu Lava Land " is
, , , , , '
mat ri fry pursuit may ue ueiiemicu ny wie i " w-uuun w nuo nuiu icamaiKua tu
changes made. The closing paragraph of tbe Waiobind and back, which attempts a descrip
leader iclerrcd to exhibits the 6illincts of the j ti00 of the eruption and flow of 1868. The
reasoning of the writer : i writer takes occasion to abuse the hospitality ol
Bul, save another, what we neej is a "change in the ad- j
niinisiraiion, - pu' nur iifiniutees mio omre, anu mms win men j
i.ki be pood. When this is done whuU-ahiiis will hasten to
come tn our arls cspitalists will rush here e a mat to in
rc1 la our ,"'u busiiKsa aleauiship coiiiwnies will beg
,he Prlvll- ge 'f t--JChit.g at our porta sushis will rise several
ewla per iuinl in fwimi market, and at home the cane will
rl,,, f"'1 '? than it does now ; oor ahulors will catch
nwr 0,1 ,mI "r "'v "' "fae inre tarn 5 t-vrryborly will
bare plenty f money, ami our nit-rhanics will be able to s.11
,n"1 can iwaniifciplure. Time can't help becoming
s!00 ever j body will flourish, ui.J tveiybody a ill lie l.appy.
No one has ever arirutHl that a mero 41 clianiro
ic the auiuinirtiation c;in make times tirosner- l
a a i
ouii. briu? w!ialehirs. increase the sur.rilv of!
..ey, rair the iriee of Migttrs abroad, &e.
W'Ut every gotxl citizen, however, seeks is, that 1
corrupt or inefficient officers lc displaced, justice j
ndiitiniotercd without fear or favor, nnd revenue I
l'b amended, if they can thereby bo improved. :
Tilts Julto JMIiibiutrli.
lSy late arrivals, we lutvc Yokohama jupcrH to
the iJOtli of September via Sau Francisco. The
Duke arrived at Yokohama on tlie 20th of Atiznst.
and landing privately went to the Legation, where
be was the guett of the British Minister, Sir
I fla. Tn aw. 1 w niApniniy A nam Pfi l.o .am..b .1. 1 .
V M 'J --W. . . 1 at SSa a'.-, 11 IV 1 V Y a lA 1 1 U ttPI I
waa hobite! ou boanlthe UuiaU j, and saluted by all
the vessels of war in port as well as by the Fort at
1n.a?,,wl- It,,,1M,tIlD, Piby notified in the
official organ, that Hut Koval Highness would hold
- levefJ at tbe u-iratiou at nw.n. At eleven
the Trince left the Uulatea iu his barge, accompanied
by Admiral Kernel, auJ several oflicers, followed by
the Cupuins of 11. M's ships in their respective gal
On landing at the hatoba. His Royal Highnesa was
eothusiustically cheered, which he repeatedly ac
knoa lclged ; theu, euteriug the carriage in waiting
ia which Sir Harry Parkes was sitting, drove to the
Legation. Here, in rxiusequtjace of the puuctunlity
kt'r,t tue wa but poorly attended, the geueral
idea of time in Yokohauia being that twelve means
hr.t to one o'clotk. was attended bv the un-
pleaiiant sensation of aeveral finding themselves too
late to receive the anticipated honor of a presentation
The l'riuce escorted by a gurd of honor from the
Location, and accompanied by air Harry I'arkes,
drove to YeJo on AYednemlay, where he arrived at
half-past one, aud was received by a guard of marines
and a detachment of native troops. Some attempt at
illumination appears to have been made by the
Japanese in Sinairawa, in tbe usual manner, paper
lanterns ; but his reception so far has been altogether
private and free from ostentation or any sort. .
A later paper has the following additienal :
The presence among us of IL R. H. the Duke of
Edinburgh baa teen tbe event engaging most attention
during the fo.taight. His visit to Japan, has, we
are fun to hope, teen ia every way agreeable. He
has been received on equal terms in his Royal capaci
ty by the Mikado ; he has bad every possible respect
paid ts him in his representative character by the
community ; and he has been permitted when 44 oS
duty " to go hia own way and do entirely as he liked
without any obtrusive following, or offensive observa
tion. He acted throughout his stay here in such a
manner as to win the regard of all; and before part
ing, took the opportunity of expressing over and over
again, his appreciation of Japan and the foreign com
munity. In one circumstance that happened on his visit to
the Mikado, a proof was given of tbe rapid breaking
down of the old exclusiveness of the Japanese Impe
rial Court. After the formal interview, the Prince,
Sir Harry Parkes and Sir Henry Keppel were asked
to see the grounds around the palace. As they were
so engaged, a high officer approached, and told them
that His Majesty the Mikado was now in a pleasure
house in the garden, and would be glad of One con
versation with them. They of course went, seats
were provided and they sat some time chatting. It
seems to those who know what the character always
attached to the Mikado is and has been by the Jae
nese high and low among tbe greatest evidenceVof
the real approach to modern views aud ideas that
have yet been given.
Since then an uncle of the Mikado, a Miya, only s
few decrees less aacred than the roler himself, has
1 actually dined at the British Legation to meet the
ranee, ana attenaea at a aau iner mo amDer. uu
him were two members of the government, both con
sidered to be among tbe most enlightened men in
In this way then, the visit of the Duke of Edin
burgh may prove a very great advantage ; aa cer-
taiuly nothing but such an event could have prodnced
so remarkable a change in the Imperial amenities.
The Oalatta, with His Royal Highness, left on
the 16th instant. There is nothing iu connection
with the splendid frigate, her Koyal Captain, officers
or crew, that has not left a favorable impression.
There was a report, brought by the same mail,
that the Chinese Prime Ministar, Kung, had said
that the Duke would not be received by the Em
peror in Ilia Royal capacity. We doubt tbe cor
rectness of the report, more especially as the Chi
nese Government is just now striving to win the
faror of foreign powers, and will not permit so
good an opportunity to slip by without improving
With a promptitude that reminds us that the
iron horse brings the mails across the great Amer
ican continent with a speed heretofore unknown,
the Monthlies for December were before us
waiting a kindly notice, on the 9th of the month
of their date. To have them delivered thus early
savors of the freshness of fruit gathered from the
Harpers, ever welcome and overflowing with
choice papers illustrated more or less with appro
priate engravings, has for its opening article, a
sketch of Frederick the Great. The story of the
Harvard and Oxford boat-race, illustrated, is
charmingly told, and the portraits of the actors in
it are very accurately drawn. No one will fail
to recognize tbe truthfulness of tbe portrait of
the author of Our School Days at liugby'
Thomas Hughes, who may be called the patron
of whatever tends to devclope muscle and health.
A short article ou " Taming wild Horses in Ha
waii " will attract attention only for its references
to our islands. The November number baa a
thrilling story relating the adventures of a party
who ascended Mount Raker in Washington Ter
ritory. The illustrations are among the finest
we have ever seen in -this superbly illustrated
periodical. To give an ider. of the value of 6uch
a contribution we will adi that the author is
understood to have received $250 for the article
certainly not a large sum, considering the
time and labor devoted to obtaining the facts
embodied in it. It may interest our renders to
know that Harper's Magazine is edited by George
W. Curtis, Esq., one of the finest writers ia
The Atlantic for December possesses rather
more than usual interest. Among the readable
articles are the 44 Mormon Prophet's Tragedy,"
in which is chronicled the death of Joe Smith,
the founder of Mormonism ; American Industry
in the Census ; Life saving as a Business ; and a
paper on the Chinese Question, entitled John,
showing the characteristics of the Chinese as
developed in California. This Magazine is edited
by James T. Fields, one of its publishers, assisted
by W. D. Howells. Since its publication of
Mrs. Stowc's article on Lord Byron, its reputa
tion seems to . have been shaken somewltat.
Whether the story eventually prove true or
not, matters very little ; its publication was un
doubtedly injudicious ; while it will be difficult
for Mrs. S. to sustain her fair fame, as an author
ess, before the literary tribunal of her country
men, even should she essay to defend ber state
ments. The Overland for December, openB with an
article entitled In Lava Land,' written in
muc'j tbe same style as 44 A Ladys Trip to Ha
waii," published in the same periodical' and
before noticed by U8. And in sTeierrin Again to
af O O
this latter article, we ought to etate that it was
not written by the lady then named, but by
. V r ir"vriii
1118 XlOSt at V aiOhinu, by Saying all the unpleas-
,.jii ;.. , . .. ,
ant lhmS8 powable in regard to the accommoda-
tions furnibhed. Sliould future travelers in our
islands find it difficult to obtain a night's lodnnv
or a meal while touring through lava wastes,
they will have to thank Buch iudiscreet persons
as the author of the article named.
Our space will not permit us to notice now
others of the popular monthlies received by
this mail. As the next date due opens with tho
?ewt "viso every reader to secure at
lea8t. 0,.'C .mont fr rontre toM and
U'C ,nbtruct,on of hl fain,,J-
8ale or tlio c-tts lTrniiolwoo Times.
It was but a short time ago that the San Fran
cisco Herald expired, unable to find a support,
and on the Cth of November, tho Times was 6old
to the proprietors of the Alia. The Bulletin says :
44 We do not know the exact amount paid, but it
is understood to be somewhere from 20,000 to
$25,000. The T7es has been published nearly
three years, and during that period it lias run be
hind from $175,000 to 200,000. It is believed
the Times was losing from 1,500 to 2,000 per
month nt the time of its sale to MacCrcllish & Co.
Under the management of Dr. Gunn, the Times
Las been publiehed in the interest of the people,
and as a rule has bceu unexceptionable in charac
ter; and we doubt not with a large population on
this coast it would bave been a complete success.
Without the Times, we have had as large a num
ler of journals in San Francisco as tbe people
could support, and the proprietors, having been
convinced of this fact, have wisely merged it in
Commenting on the stoppage of the Times,
which was owned by' Alvinza 1 lay ward, one of
the wealthiest men in San Francisco, the Sacra
mento Bee says : 44 This is one of the most
pointed illustrations yet given cf the fact tliat the
law of demand and supply applies to newspapers
as well as to all things else in the commercial
world. The Times has thoroughly tested this
matter. It brought to the work of establishing a
leading newspaper of making it self-sustaining,
profitable not only liberal capital, and 14 braine'
of the first order, but an indomitable energy and
perseverance, and a determination to force success
in spite of all adverse elements and influence an
energy which commands admiration if it did not
achieve its end. But it tailed. It was not a
Ii the Titles, backed op with ample capital,
ably conducted, and considered one of the beot
printed and edited papers in the United States,
could not succeed in that city, it is certain that it
will be a long time before any successful attempt
can be made to compete with the remaining
journals published there. The Aha and Bulletin
have now a clear field, and will doubtless improve
it to the advantage of their readers and their
proprietors. ' '
BUSINESS MEN AND OTHERS COX
tern plating openiag new sets of Account Book! with tba
New Tear, are invited to examine my New Stock,
just iEramai from bostoit.
Sets' of Cap, Medium and Demy,
Ledgers and Journals.
Waste, Cash and Records,'
IN PLAIN AND CHOICE BINDINGS.
Lowest Pritrs ssrb CU e fce Laid Da mi at.'
707 2m - ' H. M. TfHlTNF.T. '
Tlio Anierienn Elections.
Among the items of news by tbe late mails, of
which only very brief telegrams were received,
were the results of the November State elections.
In New York State, the Republicans nominated
Gen. Sigcl for Secretary of State and Horace
Greerey for Comptroller or Treasurer, and
trusted to the popularity of these two individuals
to win the election. But even these well-known
names could not save the State, and the Demo
crats carried the day, electing their Secretary of
State by 20,000 Totes over Sigel, and their Comp
troller by 25,691 over Greeley.
Massachusetts re-elected Gov. Claffiin, (Repub
lican) by 12,000 to 15,000, while the Legislature
is about evenly divided between Liquor and anti
Liquor men the great question in this State
having been, whether the Prohibition Law passed
last winter Bhail be sustained and enforced or re
pealed. The result is still doubtful, though it is
probable that the popular voice will be in favor of
Wisconsin re-elects Republican State officers by
about, 8,000 majority, which is about the same as
Minnesota re-elects Republican State officers by
3,000 or 4,000 majority.
Maryland gave no returns, but is supposed to
The Republicans carried the elections in Ohio
by a majority of over 8,000, in a total vote of
over 500,000. The Senate and House of Repre
sentatives are Republicans by five majority on
The Republicans in Pennsylvania ro-clected
Gov. Geary by a majority of 4,842, and their
Supreme Court Judge by over 12,000 majority.
lYotice of Dissolution.
THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERKTOFORB Ex
isting; under the name, style and firm of C. If. SPEN
CER a- CO., in Honolulu, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, P. N. UAKtK withdrawing from the Firm, which
will he continued under tbe same name by tbe remaining
partners. UH&3. n. M't.M'tR,
P. KOKTON ilAKKK.
Honolulu, Dee. 7, 1SG9. 707
Co-pa rtiicrh. IVoficc.
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY
notifltd that WILLIAM DUNCAN and WIL
LIAM CROCKETT have this day entered into
a Co-partnersbfp, under the style or
DUNCAN At CROCKETT,
For the purpose of carrying on
Blacksmitliing in all its Various Branches.
RECEIVED PER " FLYING DART."
For Sale !y the Undersigned,
CASES PILOT BREAD.
Sacks California Potatoes,
Ac, Sc., Ate.
BOLL ICS & CO.
JUST THE THING
For tlie Wet Season !
NICE ASSORTMENT OP
AND A FEW
Ladies' Water-Proof Cloaks.
FOR SALE AT
THE OFFICE OVER THE POST OF.
fice, formerly occupied by James W. Austin. For par
ticuUra apply to v6 lm H. M. WHITNEY.
Consulate of France,
Honoixlc, Nov. 26. 1669.
ALL. COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTED
to Uiis Consulate, or tn me personally, frtKn this date
until the return of the daAot will be received by Mr. F. A.
feCHAKFEIt in my name.
705 2t THEO. BALLIF.D.
T'HREE DRAFTS. DRAWN BY D. D.
Baldwin, favor L. Lamb. ooS. N. Castle, Treasurer Kohala
Sugar Company. Particulars as follows :
No. 177, duied April 13th, 1363, at sight for $21 75
No. 312, dated Th C, 11th. 1R6S, at night for 98 25 -
No. 3a0, dated March oth, 1S63, at 10 days for... 380 00
The public are hereby cautioned against the netrocistioa of
the said drafts, as payment of same has been stopped.
Hounlulu, December 2, 1S69. , 706 2t
laOOO Pocket IMaries,
RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
At Prices Varying from 50 cts. to $3 each.
70a 6t w II. M. WHITNEY.
AVOIV'T BE BEAT.
I WILL. SELL.
Goods, Groceries, Hardware!
LUMBER, PAINTS, OILS.
AM) ILL OTHER KINDS OF GOODS IN 3IY STORE,
A T IIOXOL VL U PRICES.
Lahaina, November 30, 1869.
Will not lie Undersold.
mwr fl. NEED II AM Ai CO. II AVE OPEN.
T v a EO the Store on thecirner of the Waihee and Kahu
lui Koads, where they will keep a good Assortment of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware !
Lumber, Paints and Oils,
For Sale at the Lew e st Prices for Cash er Ready Pay.
W. 0. NEED HAM CO.
Wailuku, November 30. 1S69.
Good Dry Oliia Wood)
..aw. FOR SALE CHEAP BV
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
'me Partnership heretofore
M existing between the ESTATE Of W. A. COOPER
and EltWARIi H URO ESS, in tlie Retail Liquor Business In
the Koyal Hotel, Honolulu, Is ibis day dissolved by mutual
consent. Atl bills and accounts aralnst said "Koyal Hotel n
and Retail Liquor Business between 1st January, 1369, and
this date.) will be aid by K. BCRQEFS, ami all amounts ue
ta the aaid M Royal Hotel " must be paid to 8. H. COOFKR, on
tbe premises, who will iu future conduct the basinets.
8. H. COOPER,
W. L. GRBEM, j aecutorg,
' EDWARD BURGESS.
Honolulu, November 22, 186. 705 jm
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
PARENTS AND OTHERS IN SEARCH
of presents, are requested to examine the variety of
Late Standard and Juvenile Books,
Cloth and Colmed Toy Books,
:. Photograph Albums, -
Games of Cards,
. v ... Alphabet Books,
Mahogany Wntine Desks. GoW Pens,
OU and Photograph Prints, - '
, Standard Poets,
For sale at
,0Q lm H. M. WHITNEY'S.
CLOIU TOY BOOKS.
VARIETY OF ENGLISH' COLORKTt
X. cloth and Paper Toy Books, just received and for sale by
H. M. WH1TNKY.
OLCn AS ARE USED tTOR
aancy .ara (ramcs, lor sale by
H. M. WHITNEY.
AEW ASSORTMENT JUST &ECXIYXD
fron II tn fln aiin...t. w i
For sake by
H. M. WHTTNKY.
r - I fi la
FOR S A 3V FRANCISCO
The American Clipper Schooner
' sT art a 1 aTX O aTs a J
R. Ia. SANDS, Commander,
Will have Immediate Dispatch for tbe aboTe ptrti
For freight or passage, apply to
107 CHAS. N. SPENCER CO.,
Hawaiian Packet Une
THE FINE CLIPPER BARK ,
J. W. SEAVER,
Will Sail for the above Port on or about
the 15th inst.
J"f freight or passage, apply to
'7 21 WALKER k ALLEN, Agents
VICTORIA, V. I.
The British Brig
Will have Dispatch for the above Port.
ei iragui or passage, t;ply to
,0' WALKER ALLIEN, AppnU.
DR. WM. NEWCOMB.
Office, corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Having taken the office or Dr. Smith, offers his services to th-
public in every department of the Denial Art. 70o
A SUPERIOR UPRIGHT PIAXo
For Sale Cheap. Inquire thrnuRh
POST OFFICE BOX NO. &.
House and .Lot To laet.
THE HOUSE CONTAINS A LARGE,
airy Parlor, three Bedrooms, Dining Boom, Kitchen and
.Pantry, Bath Room, and Servants' Room, a ia a
Basement Room and a spacious Verandah . The lot is large ill
incloBed. and there is pasture sufficient for one or two horses.
Government water laid on, and all in perfect order. Rent low
Apply to (705 1m) HUGO STANUKNWALD, M. D. '
I WANT TO BUY BEEP
Tallow, Mutton Tallow, Slush. Kitchen
Urease, and in fact all other kinds of'
Grease, as Chean as I can.
703 Sm w. n. BUDDY.
For Christmas and New Year's
At No. 38 Fort Street, Honolulu.
OPENED A PINE ASSORT
Useful and Ornamental Articles
SUITABLE FOR PRESENTS,
Such as Portfolios, Beticules, Ladles' Work Boxes, Ladinf
nags, ricnic uasnets. riruic Uotites with Utanies, Vi ax P.
turcs. Crucifixes, Fans, Cotillon Crackers. Cluar Stands, A,
Cups, Calendars. Writing Desks, Albums, Picture Frames.
Brackets, Clothes Racks, Towel Racks, Watch Standi. rJ
ncii. suiuua, olbikib, vane sianaa, oC, c.
IN RRONZK AND MARBLE.
Paper Weights, Pincushions. Picture Holders, Crones, ft,,
Vases, Ink Stands, Watch Boxes, Tahle Bells Clocks v.
Globes, Thermometers, ic.
A Large Asst. of Toys, and Dolls of all sizes'
And by every Steamer,
Hats, Hat Frames, Ribbons, Flowers. Luces, Embroiderr!
uresa a running ana Muttons, Silk Tissue for Veils, Silk U.
sions, Ac, Ate.
All Orders Jroin the other Islands promptly fc
7012m 'v MRS. McDOl'GALLi
Tn st Received,
PER STEAMER "IDAHO,'
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOCK
Uulden GsUs Graham Floor,
Buckwheat Meal, 10 lb bags,
Oatmeal, in 10 lb tar
Xiepfs Eastern Butter,.
Best California Hams, Cala. Streak Baco: p
S3I0KEl BEEF, IMCTFIC CODFISH,
Best California Cream Cheese, TT.
California CIdeu Spiip "
KITS NO. 1 MACKEREL, i
Tina Crackers and Cakes, assorted kinds, '
Cases Fresh California Lard,
Cases and qr cases Saloon Bread,
Bags Humboldt Potatoes, P
Boxes Fresh Oni.;CT
Case CnUing's Table Fruits? 4
Peaches, Pears, Cherries, Quinces, and
Cataea Catling's Jellies In glnse, V
Boxes best White Maccaroni and VermicelljU 1
I Boxes Clear Starch, j iZ
Cases Roast Beef,
Freh Beets and Turnip, . lg
. Maple Sugar, nxim.
. . too i
MS Ii S M 1 A J MU 19 UODFIS1
BOXES FRESH APPLSS.
FOR SALE LOW" BY
704 lm Fnuaily GraerrT anal Pai Ksaea-trtba
; r featot
Commercial News Depot,
Schrs Lewis Perry and Fljijjg DaTj
DEC. 2d, AND 9th.
Subscriber! was at., 0f rerertx tkrir a-e. a.. .
timed in this Ixat as received, thou Id send saiki
thereof by return mail.
HARPER'S WEEKLY.. Oct. 23, 80 Not. t,l'
Harper's Bazar Oct. 23. 80, Nor, 6. IS, t
IaSaaaaaw.)a. . . A a. T I
Oct. 23. Hi). Hot 1
New York Herald. .
Oct. 9. 23. 80. Nor. tf
Oct.. I ft M :u Nov.it
Timea..... - vmii
. World........ t
- tvauon ....Not.!
Observer. Oct. 14, 28, N
" Kvangelist : Nov.ti
.'' Zeitung Nov
Chimney Corner...... Oct. 2S, 30,
1, Nov. 6, 13, KJ
Independent..... ........ ...Oct.
Irrench Courier Vo.
londoa Illostrated News Oct. 3. . 1 i
....Oct 23, 30, Nov. 6,1-j
' MiW. tl
San Franciaco Bulletin ........
- AIU California..
' " ' Times
Sacra men to TJntao ............ .
San Fraociseo French Courier..
Scscntifie American..... .......
Boston Journal .............
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November and VetA
Chambers' Journal. . . . . .
London Art Journal.....
Blackwood's. ........... ,
November and Defi
.............. .November and Pel
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