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Tmf r-U M..ir ,iU f..rjJ-. i:. T. A.Um '.u fiiar
d. U.I. L-hkIH M. ( f l-MM). At th au.lmn tile at the
sl.r'il I'. A Skukr ,a"nt .!e-i triou.xn.1 dollar
worth C -! ' " I"- Al ,h- r'a"-
Wr rwn " rii"le) went T at ni.Wat rrio-a.
Tie lark .ui-,.. cleared frm Nwr:k !-. lri, f..r II e-u'-'uld.
:t l.-v t i raL
Htdsjkv. ! 2? Snjnr: R ti.H.. i ' r ton. C". in - ;
. -r'.tt. t-tl t ij -. c O-l-'l. " 111 11 ""
iiii'ti.. lt C-i. .
Ari UKU. l.-r. .T-f"! . ' rk sugir are mo-Wat.-.
Tlie i.ljr of mh,XM rry.t.-i it r. efy e,.i Ki th de
mand. The ru'.in ri.- . ar. - M lute rrstl. Si'l to 5 MM:
Bik- yellow ccsaiiler. IM t. 4, s LiiOsU ciush-tl. 6fl lo f.J I .
At him-imw lt.iKJu:u snr.r -.l -l - lu-ir I" tfj
b-n-.d; ; M-.urilia while crystals, .i:ir.l! Mate, .id mu t.ci;.
I;.Y)iK, 4 P. V., JA.-SU.iHY 17. 172. '
The Ain-t,cu trwk Vamain, 'M Uy fiou P'- Sound,
with lninlsrr t- II. Il..r H & - , arr;eJ on Tu day, tlie
l5ih. The rtfUm i-..ri .troi.j ..tii il- durinz the.
j-rrar-r trt ..f tb Ja !.' t ( frvtn the Urg- I :1k f
lumber on our wbrio, me !it,a..J .iy lb it the u.ark-1 w
j.n-tly weil .nn,l.'--J.
Tl.e M .e.r.ry ts.g M-trnm'j Star trii.j up from the
M-r-Mmi in UUi.I car j cf roron.ut oil. Owii. to krdk
H lb-. rt ul qmuiliiy U no I k.Kii, but it ia j robaLi t!i
UfK-- n'i.City rer broajM In a nnuionary veawl.
Ily the Xrtrvtit we h.ivr IaIt lvirra from coijjni'rrial cen
tre ia the t:Mui-. Wcl it on, iaU4t)itiitiiiig the
J:irj jrrti nn Amrriran rcAir.t. A qaai.tity of r''p;
j fcrarJ ljr thi i-aa Frairic. iaar, and from tbe f--purts
of the anrcii at!rriJii; tlr luanufr lore Curd jgc in
w ZrkUxI, (r-nlict that Urn orJtrra will be J.rcn frutu
TTi"r fa oo f xl re&aon why fl twaii hr,a!d not tuaoufUrtt:
a!i tLe ru that we uerd tttrre. i:h the exception, ouy le,
the Urfeat aizca.
At Bartow aurti,n sale cf iLor, Ac, on (WeJm-Ja))
raurtiiuf, arti:U: brrjught ,rj k.w (.rirva.
tr' hi It AT, JAyVARY 19T2.
ItT Ibe alamahip JS'ri.a4 i, Cat-uu Dkthen, we have Aua
traiui fl ra u l lKeuilx:r aii'l from New" Xealaud tu
iMmalier :50th. The lirvadi being t.'ie laifrwt carg'j y-t
-tit by the ri:r J which he belj(. aii'l from uur exclMtigea
we that the erj.U? f --nrrally in lUe Cohjtiiea are becoming
aware of tae adait.if-a t micl.d with thia line. A bii
weril of bullion ! Hie bauk t I j Ui 1 by th? .Veind ia Ij.e
flrat of a arriea that will prob.iMy be ant by thia rute.
In home lnnim-sa Cirrl- we h;T ntliing of note to rerorl.
Our market ia bvily at -r k l with Iumlr, and by l'ie
barkeutine t'rre Trail t-dy wr have a lirKe addition t' the
elork oo hir.d. U y th- aaine arrival we have f-ceived 1.;,
(KM poun-ta of potit'ira, rM-ail a oth-r vrg-lablra. A cj'jai.tily
of charcoul baa betru reinve.1 by the t'rtt Trude, which will
probably mt with ro.J aa'e.
We wuutil c.Ul the fctt'-uti ,u of our rcJcra l the new
advcrtix-Bient In lo-da'a pax r.
Tae bark Pvwkattm, with lumber, waa to wail from Port
Townvrikt Ifcmiibfr 11th for IKI , wh- n after diarharging
pa 1 of brr cargo, ahd w h:'-J coiuq to Honolulu.
iiiiini or MiauTK riunu c rua the week.
Aw a. bncha 42 Orang a 2,1AM)
t attle, head 1. l ulu, lial-a
Corn. baa. ........... -1 Parail. nag..
Fire wnl, Curda ...... . 24 R ire, bug. .. .. .
T..at Hkina, i-rn ftl Mh.-.p
Hair. fa Ill ngar, k'gn...
b.ij4 . . .
PORT Or HONOLULU, II.
n Hi-hr Pauuhi. B-rix.ll, from Kauai.
j.lM. hr Kairy 4ueu. Kaauia, from Kau-ii.
1J hr Haute, KaaUHi, Irom Kauai.
H Hrhr Jenny, U irn. from Knaai.
14 Hi hr Ka Nioi, lavia. frout Maui.
14ehr Nettie Merrill, t 'rane, from Maul.
14 ft l,r Juuiita. Iudoit. from Molok:i.
I t Sloop Live ank'-e, t'Ltra. from lui.
1 1 H hr Manuokawai. Antone, from Maui.
U .!, r Warwick. John Itull.from Molokai.
14 rti dr l.iliu, from kooUu.
1 s. Iir I'riiw--. II tlfi'-M, from Hawaii.
15 S-hr lai-ikawri. from Koolau.
16 Am attur Nrva-la. B"-then. lb ly from AucLIanil.
16 Am bk faiuden, kobiimon.Wdayi frutu I'ort Town-
17 Am Mivai-marr bri Morning Htar, Matthews, VJ7
day Irr.m Micronesia.
17 l'lir l.uka, Kaai, from Hawaii.
17 Scbr Kinau. Adatna. from Hawaii.
lilH. br M.h Keiki, Ure o, from Maui.
19 Vhr Mary Eflen. fam, from Maui.
19 H. hr Active, liopa. Irom Hawaii.
Vj flchr Nettie Merrill, fran fr'Hu Maul.
19 Am bkin Kre? Trwle, Buddingtoa, 60 day from
Port Tow i ul.
19 Brit brig RolKrrt Cowan, Itavtly, 29 daya from
VU twia, B C.
PKI'A K TURKS.
14 Brit bk Duke of Edinburgh, Hill, for Newctl, N
S V, io ballaal.
1 iV-hr tut KouUa.
lJ-M. hr Warwick, John Bull, (r Molokai.
15 Htmr KiUuiew, Mcfireor. for Maui Bud Hawaii.
15 Hchr Jenny, iliirn.i, for Kauai.
IS Hchr llattie, Kaapani. for Kau ii:
15 Hcbr Fairy Uiurn, kaaiiuv, for Kauai.
15 Si-hr Nt tlie Merrill, fran. f-r Maui.
16 Hchr Ka Mi, Havi, for Maui.
lo -H. hr Manuokawai, Antone. f r Matti.
10 Hchr Ju.tiiita, Iudit, f-.r Molokai.
16 Hebr l.iliu, for KooI ju
chr lieikawai. for Koolau.
16 Hchr Isabella, Peter, lor Kolan.
17 Hrhr Prince, HatlltlJ, f r Hawaii.
17 Scbr Annie, Nika, lir Kauai.
17 Schr Rob Roy, for Koolau.
H chr Pauahi. Reyuolda, for Hawaii.
Hrtl.oj, I.jve Yatikee, Clark, for Maui.
19 Vhr Lnka, Kaai Jr Hawaii.
Vt Hi hr kinau. Adaiba, for llawaiL
11 Hw achr Kamaile, bridges, for Jarvia ItlaiiiL
I S, N Z A M S S I.ixe. The Nevada arrived at Auck-
I land Dec H, ami at Hydney lec 15. Reluruitif; left Sydney
B4 t Ieo S:l, 7 p. u. ami arrived at AuckUnd Dec a. Left there
I Dec 3o. Jao S, at 6 SO p.m., met ateamer Nebraaka, ex
C ' rhamced rPe ,"',h n- ,n ,at- 23' uth, long. 174 3d'
! weal. Jan 6, 3 a. m , arrived ofT the harlior of Paga Pnga in
Cla the I.land of TotiulU (Navlgttors.) Landed Mr. Seed, on gov
OII,I rrnmemt hunineaa for New Zeal;u..L We have 3 pamsengi-ra
l i. ti..jni.B HU f..r -t in f ranrikcn i and 43 tons freight for
Arpi Honolulu. MO tona m'auremet.t f. rfau Franciaco, and large
fl3cl Have hail bad wimU ami a great d.-l ot rnln the great-
...l . 1 - 11...!... I
rr par; 01 me vojage irom fjoiu. j . ac.ivw a uuiwiun -rinl
1 ' o'clock a. at.
Rrriir or Ha is Roarar :w!. rtos Vicxoaia
' Flattery Dec il. Had heavy N E atnl N W galea with snow
i t.4t N; then ks.1 iirri'ti ol J W galea to 25 s N.
7 " j Imif I'M a W ; fr.iut there to port bad light vari .Lie wind,
j Measr. Hark IVIawar--. b.iu.e, arrival at Burrant'a lulet Dec loth, to
Meaarw load fur Uita port.
lera RrrolT or BtiKCXTtvr Fur Tnr, Oapt. M.J. Bro
r. ( itixu-rns 1-ft Port T"Wn-nd Nov COth ; when within a few
... 'j miles of Cape Clwil enc.ir,t.Tf d heavy g ile. Jplit and I. t
Us. and r. turoe.1 to Port Angel , l-eft Tort Angeli a Dc
; wn. eih . b;lJ aoiitherly Kle ! I.titinle of fan Fnnc sc.i,
: wa. then light and Innling aira and calm to the islai bus.
i trades durirg the passage.
I .M PORTS.
Fbom PiibT (ItSnLi: Per Can den, Jan. loth : 29.3J4 fl
. VVl ilougtk Norwesl lumlier. 50.S4-J fl T A. tJ, 15,1S5 ft Pickets, 1
Simr to II Hack Hid A Co.
' ivr Nevrnla. Jsn Ifl 2 bts Opium, 1 c Saddles. 1 bx nn'se,
JtOTVn 21 lkrs Dry t;.s.ls. 1 bale Ij-atli- r. 4 pes Machiaery, 1 bx m-
Chiuery. I M UBgS sis, r- o-m r;i-r,
Fiiia PoaT Tow xsEXD Per Fre Trade. Jan. loth :
3 Partfp InJOilO Ifcs I'oiatoes). lw.ixsy ff" Onions. 4.iS0 tb Turtnj-i.
rariiC . piU4 Hrra.1. 22.0ts It Hay. l.'sJO bushel Charcoal.
, 7 . 6sJ fl rbssniHr l.uaubrr. 7 Jo ttss Smoked Salmon, 7i bxs
i' li...:..,. Jj i.bls Salmon, bf bbls S tlinoii, I. bis Be. f. 13
' . r" i... s....la. iSrssliWiul tilO It Flank lo
' sin u Sim's. i i- - -
' " C Brewer Co : 7,0tA fl l-niPr. .37 Ficg-t
I aHTIl 1 FUK SUIT. 1 W heelbaxrow. 1 bn.il Tree. o
. 400 F.r Bru k. IJ pkg As.rte.l Mdsv. 214 b
r Pears, lu bis Bread. 27 pkgs Household lu
f, ' Board liiDA Thayer, ILb.
c MrrW,r a i n : 7,otA fi ijimpr. 737 pick-ts, i .sw r-sts,
III". VJ M s-lllliKsrs,
x Apples. 2 bs
uriuiure, i sign
B'ssr.i J -
r v -w t r. vu-i su B.C. Per Robert Cowan. Jan. 19th : 1 I
case Clothing. 270 bbl. Salin-n. 1 case t ,lt;m !U hf t.nl. Sal-
Sfll4 0H r-cs Rough l.nmls-r. 3 v)j T O Lumber, 425 bndl
l,alh. S3 bs Applea, 1 bbl B-er. 1 pk Specie t, Tbeo II Da- '
vie - 24 bags Firin. to f a schnefr-r a Co ; i pkg Furs i. T
- . . - l.lllAsAa.l ..
.snn 3 CS PICS ICS. rZ.t HI ri. rTllia, t-. ; . - . nu snn ..uiuoT
..p.n-u ... ,o...
Fob J is tiLASb Per Kamail-, Jan. 1'iih :
llroo, .0H Faiai. lt,s
1 umber, fl t.0o0 M lieelbarrow. d-t. .. .
slue Donmiic ,...$r&j Foreign iood.
WJJ Ql r : :
Per iSevada. Jan. IA Messrs If HackP-IJ 4k
?o. W I.
. tZres-o. T Hatlden, Wel.s I ar
A. Co, R W hitman, A S
Cleghorn. and OrJ.'r.
FaoM MiraotKsiA I-laxos Per Morning Mar, Jan. i7ih
Rev 11 Binf'iam ami wri-. f.om Apsiaiig. Lilbort lsianda ,
At TTqtR'v U Aea and 4 children, from Mgr.i, Marshall Islands ; Rv
O Kapa'i, wife and 4 children, and aaistant. from Ebon ; Rf v
J .V Kanosv. Wile an.1 It ctinureu. aua asnsiauL, irom oum i
lari, r.dlsrrt lsln.ls; Mr TebokJw assistant tj Mr Binghaau.
-T3 and Mis Ib.tlie K ll iina, frtsrn Apaiang.
Fo Koloa Per Anni. Jan. 17lh E Ratbbum. Alm.-en.
I Fob I.abis Per Nettie Merrill, Jan. I5lh Mrs J A
ILassinger a.ui children, and Mis V undenburg.
' JFoa Wisiowabu Pobts-Per Kilauea, Jan. 15lh Cot Na-
htnlelut. Mr lliiakmi and wife, W C Park
. K w Andrews, w
. Mis (. J.ne, Mr ;
Ai Thomas. W in .Mer.iiiire. A C Smith
Thurston and child, W W Weed, C 11 Higby, Chaa Luscouib,
mod about od u
Per steamer N'evaila, from Sydney Jan 16 T Hay seiuen,
C4 Pnlly, Ching Pot, and fin lor San Francisco.
Fr Jsavis I.t.tSD Per Kamaile, Jan. lsth J Blakely,
Haitd 2 bative laborers.
.- Fom Post Tow ssr.so Per Fr Trade, Jan 13ib fam
rel WillSliby, I) A Thaver. A D Barrister, wife au I son. M m
3UIVjT Waters, CUa D lord and wife, Mi tlU-n A liuddiDgton.
. r u.....i. Pnm Per Kilniei Jan. 2nth Col 7.
B""s sV.u ding. W II Co-nwell, W C Parke, W A Thoma. Lieut
t-t mt Lyman, ratner tjiuter. nev i ssrrcsi, -in
Ulllem-anr!. vt is timonn. .sime
Akana. an.l 67 on deck.
t.iTwi L-8iiTH-AI Koloa. Kauai. January 10th. by
RECEIrct. J. W. Smilb, assisted by Kev. D. Dole, Hon. A Ll atD S.
Miirvtu. First Assistant Justice Supreme Court, to l.OT-
nr w a i Hlt-Lisn-STOtT In Ban Francisco. Cal., Pecemlr 3d,
or w-B"MlbeE,4,MKlw,, thurch. corner of Howard and Twenty-first
2i 3m ,treets,by ihe Rer. Dr. Brmhering. Mr. Pktc O. Bii.li.v.0
to Mis Lust SToav, seconil uaugnier .. .'in. ......
TMcShai:, of llofK.lnla. It. I.
Itrssrl sf kr Msvrssisii. Star.4
Tl.e following rerrt f tbe first croie e th; Mummy
frr.m 11 1.' 1 i'u to Mu ro!K-.a and ba k. h.i !. u b.r-
d us for 'ubiiCation by the master :
Sailed fr..in IIni:h!ii Jiily XM. IsTI. at 6 P M with Ci.e
.ti- Irotii I. N V.. .N U..H of w.portati:e ti:u..i(nl
lfi- p.i c to ti.i!irt l:a'l.
Alt Kiiurdi.) . Au .'.lb, s gbt' d Byrii I ar .l bearir.g
S W by H. d!.'.:iiM-e ab-.ut 10 li.i.t ; at 't r w Uv tbe f.re-t.p.
ail to tbe mast, u-.il-r th- wrt side I'rrrr. K.. II
B.i.gbaiu iiort tV r l.ir.J-d with our boat ; 1 !: f' w ka ai.il
r tarrjij Al ul 6 p w we C'.l a-y nu ii .r'ice-d--l f-r
lmoirioid's J .li-il.
H j:ula , Au th. at 1 1 a m, crime to a:ichrr un.b r w uthwt
.: Druu-ir. -nd's. in l.itbotiis water, kb ul 4 ni..-lrviu
M.-loijMry r" iti- 'i
M ndav. Au "th. at li w, w-:he-l a-:' hor nud n elt-d
f.rlraoa. Aiii -hIl, at 11:J0 a s. o1 ,.r id. rl 4
7 ariv into the iAg jou ; at 4 P w came u au b r w tr tlie
Mi--. v.i.ary Htatjin. faw two traders there, bark T ra, Cap!
' ni-y. and br: l.avly A!e.:ta. aj t I My.
1 r.!av. Aug llili. al 1 ra, .-;!.'.J at.i b'-r and i-rre. .i-il
r Aj iMi r ; m li r rame to hi. hor at A..n.i:. at t-'ie M.
pi i. iry rtnti it, ; l.ioid .Mr a:.i! !( l;ioibini and Su.i:.-ra
t i :t--tid th- : ii i.ij lii"l,i.g Arrived at A t.a;.r.j.'. Sui:-Iv.
Miti. br. A e-.ia ; Tuea lay, lolb, bark Tyia, l-.it fr .ni
'I l.r. A.
Wi-ilin aUy, Aug loth, g I un brway and pr'a.--ede-J for liu
tn'tfiri ; i.y t aio- to .u.r .i' r at 1 J "'.. k M at Ii..l.in-
lri I tu .it. tun lor Mm- , .M.iriiaii l:tida, tr.day,
.Monday, Jlii, ba k'l our toj.s ii! um! r w.t Mil'.e ;
lit del miei a..iry pnn-ii' ai.d a.li.-.l for M-jro al r .
Kti-lny. Aui 'il!i at lo a w, c-ie l i ai.L-bor at M--jro in
b, ..u i.i-jf i riiou rru.1101., alter MVcrai days exj;ra,x.ce of
fil'bl air aiul calm.
rt.'iturdav. A1.2 JOib. at S.UU a M, 2'd underway a:id
.Monday, An? 2i:li. at i i . (;Wi -.1 Island Ebon : at 2pm
rame to airbor in L4-n iimr 1 oio.otiary ritaliou. Sailed for
,-trorg- I.Uir.-l Moi.day, S. pt 4 b. at a w
Hatan'.iy, S ftth, t u !i-. at Strong's Iilarid ; landed ReV
II fi rtn-.v and wile, and procteikd on I r Inland McAsky!!.
Monday. Hcpt lltl., at II. o a M, .ij-bttd McA.kyll ; at 2 P
.n larkrd the topail ; t.tnd -A with .ur boat ; bad an interview
wi'.h tbe kii.g. otc, and ('r n- fur W tlo:.-tou Ia.and.
Tuela , rvpt Uth, ut 5 30 M, bricked our topsail under
west aide I.1-0J We.biigtou. The kiiig Calue ou board iu bis
boat, b ing d-;iri.u to have missionaries stationed at that il
and. Mr turLs promising to send lij':m on return of Morn
ing Ptar, we riiiel aar ai;d proceedi.il for Botio:.
Vvdn djy, ?ept loih. at lu.'M A M. Came to anchor in Eat
llarltor, Bon'a? ; biiidil Rev A A Hturgi and Mrs E T
! u.c Nothing 1 f importance has occurred up to lltl dte.
Wednesday , sv.-pi 27th hove anchor up, made sail and ran
down inaide re-f nr.d anchored In Northwest Harbor.
Friday, Sept "Jtti. sa.bd fr McAskyll with Mr rsturgis and
native tn ss ooan-p fir McAskyll aiid Wellii on.
Hnturdny, He-,1 3uth, at a a M. backed tbe topsail under U-e
of .VcAskyll ; Un.b J w.lh tnisionaries, but the king refusal
to r-ceive them ; reluriitd to Jiorning ritar and tailed lor Wel
lington. Won lay, Oct 2d, at 6 A M. bark'-d tbe tojail under lue of
Weilii g;on. Tbe kii g received tl.e missionaries kmdly. and
prooos -d to provide mxl protect tin 111. They connspnl of two
Hi' 11, w ivt an 1 five lin.lrvli A e then filit-d away lu return
to Hotiaj-e ith Mr niurgis and McAskyll niissioi.aris.
Friday, tb i rJJi, at lo a vi , b.,r-il the topsail i ll E.iit Ilar
bor. lionars? : larateil Air Htuig.s and passengers, and sailed
f .r ftrong's Island.
' Tuewiay, Oct loth, at 10 A M, anchored in East Harbor,
Siroiii:'s I. Ian I. Commenced taking wood, water, AC, finish
ing ou the 13i h.
.-Saturday. Ort 1 1th, at G a M, Mr and Mrs Snow catne on
board? lr:.;ard aiul, or and towed out tiic harbor. When
ah -ut one mile outside look squall from southeast; made sail
arid proceeded lor Natnnck.
Left at Houth Island brig Leonora, Capt Hayes, trader.
1 riday, Oct L.DU,, at Kaa M. backtab Ibe topsail under the lee
of Namrick ; txA in si cask oil, Arc.
Saturday. Oct 21st, at 11 a M, received the missionaries' tel
lers ai d sailed f r Eb hi.
i Monday, Oct 2UI, at 10 A X, bucked the topsail under the
west side of Ebon ; landed Mr and Mrs Snow and traps ; wind
E ri E throughout.
Tuesday, Oct -Jllh. east wind ; landed deck lo..d of pole ;
at 4 p m ir Snow came ou board and proceeded lor Mjro.
Friday, Oct 2Mb, at 10 a m, backed the topsail under the
wist end of Mijro ; lot.k 01: board Ret 11 Aea and four chil
dren lor Honolulu, and sailed for A mo at 4 pm.
Sunday, Oct 'jvih. nearly rsliii throughout. Oct 3.Uh and
51st, at Arno, when lying oil" and ou, experienced siually
; weather, variable winds, with lieivy uif on ; had no commu
nication with the naliv.s; aitrx ou tbe lsl bore up lor
! Friday. Nov rd, t 10 A v, hack-d the t .j.sail under wel
side of .Mi He, alter two days nearly calm ; received ui ssiona-ri'-
letcers ; nt 5 P M sailed for Ebon, wiii.l liht l.om E N E.
Tuesday, Nov 7th, at Maw. lay the topsail lu the mast un
der w side of Ebon , I Hided Mr Snow, 4rc ; look in ture
casks oil ; Kev D Kaj ili, wife and four children and man ser
vant lor 11' in. lulu ; at C p M sailed lo go north lor A pairing,
wind from RHK and squally. From Ibe 1-th to the 17th had
rotii'h siually weather.
Momlay, Nov vnh, at C a m, sighted armtheust part Island
A aiang ; at V M came to anchor in the lagoon near Mission
ary Station. In receive on board missionaries and supplies for
' ddlerent stations throughout lbs b't btrt Group and landed
j passengers lor Honolulu until our return back here
Tun Jay, Nov 21st, took in missionaries' stores lor di'Jereiit
W euiM-sday, Nov 22d, at K a m, received on toar.l 'JrJ passen
gers, including children wh' have b t o here to the general
. meetings tor d.fferent slaliuns, and landed 1 passengers ; at
i 9 A M sailed for liulariUri.
Friday, Nov 24th, at S A M, came to anchor at ilularitari
j near Ibe station ; look iu oil aud lauded Rev R Makaand wife,
from the general meeting.
Saturday, Nov 2-'h, at 12 M, sailed to po noilh for Drum
mond's Island ; left al Ilularitari bark Tyra, Capt Verney,
ami schooner Ida, Capt Fury.
Weill esday, Dec Glh, at 3 p M, sighted Byron Island; al 5
P M. flighted Peru Island.
Thursday, Dec 7th, at 10.30 a , came to anchor southwest
side Drumiuorid'a Island to land missionaries aud supplies.
Saturday, Dec uth, al li a m, sailed lor NanoUti ; at It A M
came b anchor under west side Nanoiili- Missionaries have
never been stationed here. Had Communication with natives
I this day.
Molality, Dec 11th, lauded mis-ionaries and supplies, anchor
age aisiui aix miles irom tne new station.
Tuesday. Dec l-ith. at 6 A M, sailed for Mriiniia.
1 Wednesday, Dec i::th, at 1 p m, came to anchor under wint
' side Maiana outside the reef, about seven miles from land
Thursday, Dec 14th, landed Mr l.ono, wife and cudd, and
i I ri lav. Dec 15th, at 5 a M, saibsl for Maraki.
Saturday, lec ICth, at i:30 a m, backed the tojisjiil close
uiider west side Maraki; landed two missionaries and wives,
one child, and supplsi- ; at i p M tilled away for Apaiang.
Mnraki is new station. Left nt Maraki bark Tyra lying oir
' a'd on. Now the list niiionriry landed from the Morning
Mar and provided for.
. Sunday, Dwc, 17th, at 7:30 a M.came to anchor at Missiou-
ary Station. Apaiang.
Monday. Dec 1st li. at 9r 30 a s, rami? on board 12 passen
gers that we left, and 4 from Apaiang, including Mr and Mrs
Bingham, for llono'ulu ; at lO iid a m hove up anchor and
made sail ; passed over Ihe reef out clear the lagoon aud pro
ceeded for Ilularitari for passengers for Honolulu.
Tuesday, Dec l'Jth. at 12 M. came lo anchor opixwite Mis-
' sion Station, Ilularitari.
i Wednesday, Dec 20lh, Pxik ill water, passcrigTS, luggnge,
j A c. ready lor sn.
Thursday, Dec 21st, at S A M, received Rev J W Kanoa, wife,
5 children and servant ; at U 20 h ft the station ; at lo-3opasn.il
out the lagoon w ith 24 passengers 011 board for Honolulu, and
proceeded for llou)ulu.
I Had li(tht easterly wind lo lal 8 00' N. Doc 24ih, bit 8 3
00' N, took N E trade, which left us Dec 3uth Ut 24 5 00' N ;
I from thence wind from s E to W up to Jan 5th. hit 32 N,
long 1C7 0 W ; from .Tan 5th to 1 1th wind from SEloSS V.
On the 12lli aud l'lih had light hatHing breeze aud calm
throughout. On Ills 14th bad heavy rain aud lieht breeze
from east, with heavy swell from N"V. On the loth wind
In-m E E, with fine weather and gentle breeze ; at 'Jam
iirbuil east end ol .Molokai at 11 p si were near Diamond
oml, with calm. Natiiakiei. Mtthkw.
Master Moriiin: Star.
SATl IiDAV. JAXVAHY 20.
Tlie ideas set firth by our correspondent
44 laborer " in his somewhat lengthy cuinmuni
catioii, to U' found iu another column, are
forcibly espreeted, and radical iu the changes that
they advocate. We are of the opinion that this
New Hepnrture will bear thinking about a good
di-al before being endorsed by even the most pro
gressive of our leading sj irits, and we can hardly
imagine that any of the many aspirants to legis
lative honors will pledge themselves to have
i - . . . . . , . .
j cuioTCcu tiiC Piatuic roidiing io varatus now
. . . ....... l.i
PUiiiuni; itn'isri an c nil nui piaiuir-uown, uiiu ii
j ?M jutr(Ml,u-e the two ank of laborer into
- l-.C - l.l. 1. ..... . . .
Il.cir tk.iiii-:u j ianorius, uituotio;:i Mine may
tr,wl,rc up the Hena for ftUre UCtioil. C
trturc up the ideas for future action
Ulaill US lather linCir O'tC-JIj, although It rhaiiS
1 f r t c
not iDiiuaturoly, the ool.i advooacy of a line oi
, Ucy Jike the ,ne Pt.t k,rth by. iiiKorcr" in
.rather to much to ex poet of even a small por
tion of our community. -Not luit ttiat
hut that we le-
lieve that the meaturct fropostsl will nitft with
the viewt? entertaiueJ hy ni.re than a lew in our
niMst; for all who hav. lia.l ..orat-ion to employ
nnniial labor Ironi amongst the nntivt-s of thoso
iohuxl-, wiil Ik' n-avly, we think, to tet-tily to the
provoking lack of pirit xietinc; amount tlie in
digeiioU! bone arid nriew of our jK-pulatioii,
amounting uftt-n to a pobilive lazineos that has
earned for a lar? number the title of vaiirnnt.
As we understand " laborer," it is with this
elat tliat he projsee that the t.'overnment t-hall
deal. And we eoi.fee-s that we are struck with
the truth of the remnrk that he makes in eon
ueetion with our having 44 no preeedent " to cite
in favor of fiieh a In little things as well
as jn cr, at mattTS, the native Hawaiian. of the
" . . , , ,
j riPlll enifl .tllUII e-lillliJJ ri'iii o iuv . ki.x.
' moral juiwrr iiei-essary to Fus-tain them in making
j any pruh-nl efl'vrt to bonef.t theniii-lvesi and
! ivtliem. Impulsive and r.rdent, their vivid im-
agination imj"l tl.oni to ruh ln-ndlong into en
! terprie that promise fjuick and brilliant returns,
i and as those same etmng imaginative powers
porve to magnify dif5eultics as well as results, the
; corporeal body shrinks from the ta of over
! corning the obstacles, nor is the will ttrong
enough to f-pur it forward to renewed efforts,
j With no other people that we know of is the
force of example so disproportionately large,
compared with the spirit of self-denial. In their
religious, life they are eonfestedly a people to be
led, and in their fondness, for attaching them-
selvt-9 to tl.e train of tl.e a.'us, we have a rtrikiug
jT'xf of their willingness t- be earel f r, not to
bo wondered at iu iioclf, it m.ty be, but to be Cjii- j
deiuiied when a in m at etisw it is only re- !
laarkable f .r the absenoe of that laudable ambi-
I ti on that teeks to take adantage of all favorable
i cir-uIIltancetl to elevate iu possessor morally and ;
.cially. They arc content to reflect back tbe ;
light shed upon them with tlie eame impartiality I
as djCri tlie burfa.e of the bluggish p'l, which, t
; while it sh owo uh what the eurrounding laDd- I
sea is like, d.jod tnj only when it is inert and ;
apj arcntly liftless.
j We have not the sja.ee to-day to difcus the ;
whole njattcr, as set belure us by our compind- j
! ent, and in fact cannot more than allude to the j
' proporal that vse thall incur a large public debt, j
Opinion sceins to be jirttty evenly dhiJcd as to
i whether a national uVbt is a blest-ing or a curse ,
I to a people. For ourselves, we think that mnch
i dej-ends upon what the debt is incurred for. Not
doubting but that 44 Laborer " will be replied!
to, we leave the matter for further consideration. !
i The "Poll-Tax" a Misnomer
I Jl, correspondent who feigns himself 44 Tax
but not Voter," asks several questions, ,
' wh5:h we
will endeavor to answer. lie com- j
j mencea by saying that he is an alien here, never I
hating become naturalized under the Hawaiian
laws. He is, however, a tax-payer to a contidcra
i ble extent, and otherwise contributing materially i
I to the support of the Government. Among other ;
taxes, he is assessed for and pays a poll-tax. The
very name of this tax, in his view, implies that :
those who pay it are entitled to vote at tlie
; general elections by the people, but this right is
j denied to him here. He asks why this particular !
tax can be enforced in his case without being .
accompanied with the privilege of voting. We '
' beg to inform our friend that the reason why this j
is so is simply because it is in accordance with
J the statute law of the realm. Section 480 of the
( Civil Code provides that, 44 An annual poll-tax of
ono dollar shall be paid by every male inhabitant :
j of the Kingdom, between the ages of seventeen
f and 6ixty years, whether a Hawaiian subject or an !
alien, unless the jierson be excused from such
payment by law, or by the assessor of the district ,
in which he resides, or account of age, infirmity
and poverty." j
I The principle that aliens have no voice in the
; affairs of the Government of the country is, we
! take it, well enough understood by our cone-
I spondent. as is undoubtedly the other well-known j
I principle, that they are liable of their means to ;
! contribute for the support of the Government !
under which they live and the protection of 1
whose laws they enjoy. All the taxes and
imposts he pays without any objection or murmur,
: except the poll-tax, and this he protests against,
j as being unjust in his case, because lie is not a
j In this connection it may be stated that under
: the Constitution of the new Kingdom of Fiji,
. denizens have conferred upon them the right of
suflrnge, without denationalizing themselves, a i
j species of liberality that is not known in Hawaii
Undoubtedly there is something in a name,
; Shakspeare to the contrary notwithstanding, and
' the one dollar per annum now exacted froiii our
i friend by the name of a poll-tax, might not
I appear to him so large a sum if the sound of its
name did not remind him of a right which does
not accompnny the tax. 44 To poll," originally
meant to number or register persons us electors
; who worn entitlod to vote for civil officers, and ,
; hence the 44 poll ' came to be known as tlie ,
! place of election. We hear the remark in this
connection 44 At the opening or eloe of the
' poll," that is at the beginning of the register of,
i voters, or the close of the same. That the term '
! 44 poll-tax," as applied to those who are not by
i law entitled to vote, or who do not care to
qualify which last constitutes a very large pro- '
portion of the outside population is a misnomer,
we concede, but as to whether our correspondent
would find his objection to paying it sustained on
'. an appeal to the Courts, we are not prepared to i
' nay. We are, however, of the opinion that the ;
game would prove to be not worth the powder. j
Another communication on the subject of the ;
ri"-ht to vote, comes from a fireman, who states !
that he has paid his taxes, other than pen onal
I from which he is exempt by law by being an i
active member of a fire company, but that his .
tax receipt does not bear the words, 44 Qualified ;
to vote." If he is qualified under the law, he '
should have been so recorded by the assessor, j
whoso duty is made especially plain in that .
regard, and his receipt from the Tax Collector
should 44 bear conspicuously upon it in printed ;
letters, the words 4 qualified to vote.' "
The legal qualifications of a voter, it may be
well to recapitulate here, from Section 1, Chapter i
HO, of the K: vised Code : j
t.very mule suited ol tne Kiug.i.im trim sua n nnve .aul ins
; I iv s, w h. shall hiive attained Ihe :ige of twenty years, mid
! shall h:ive lsen domiciled ii. tlie King.l .ni f-.r one year iiiunedi- .
I ately preceding tlie election, and shall be jxissessed nf real ;
! i.. r(y in this Kingdom lo the vulue, over mid alKive all in-
cuinbraiices, of $150, or of leasehold properly, oil which the
r-iit is fji per year, or of an income of not less than
J JT5 per year derived from any property, or some law- ;
ful employment, and shall know how to read and write, if .
born since the vear 1340, and shall have caused his name to be
entered on Ihe lisi of voters of his district, as hereinafter pro
vide!, shall lie entitled to one vote for repre-?ntativt or repre
' sent.itives of thst district ; provided, however, that mo insane
: or idiotic person, or any iers.n who shall have been convicted
of any infamous crime withiu this Kingdom, unless he shall
: h ive Ini'ii psrdoned by the King, and bv the teiuis of such
) -nr. b.n have been restored to all the rights of a subject, shall
le-a lowed to vole ; and no other lersoiis Itian Uiose qualified
I as in Ibis section provided shsll be allowed lo vole al any elec
tion for representative to the Legislative Assembly of Ibis
Kingdom. (lM, p. 14.)
The Mail Service.
From New Zealand we learn tliat Mr. Webb
bad gone to Wellington to confer with Mr. Vogel,
tlie Preinit-r, upon a desired modification of the
contract, ns authorized by the Aneembly. Messrs.
Vogrl and Webb will shortly proceed to Mel
bourne, and thence to Sydney, to seek the co-op-eratinn
of the Australian t'oloni. e. Two more .
likely men to secure euccerfl could not be found. '
The Xiw.AtTi Cross, of Auckland, has the follow- ;
ing in this eountion : j
To Mr. Webb wp already owe a deep tb'Lt. le- '.
i ctuir-e-. for some time pupt he lias, at considerable j
1 los-s to l.iiiistU". been endeavoring to e-i'.ibli-h x
1 Mi'am service, which hr. already given evidence ct
greatly benetittine the Colony, and can not fail lo !
I bem fit it in un eiiiianced degree ia the future. Mr. '
Webb in about to proceed, with Mr. Vogel, to Au:- !
j tralia. tor the purpose of per tec ting tbe arrange- !
! nietiiji conni'Cletl with the California service a i
j work in the succt-ss of Lieh the Colony, a. well as j
j Mr. Wt bb. if interested pecuniarily, in addition to
I the interest which the Colony has in the bet pos?i- i
j bie arraugeiueiits us regards its mail service." j
j i ' - j
i The ('orNTF--? P.enedetti. The Ptorv of the :
Coiintecs Penedetti, wife of the French Minuter '
to Prugfia, is worth recording. She was once a j
Oreek sbtve. landed at Alexandria, by Jocosi, the ,
I celebrated merchant of Constantinople. She had
I been educated for sale, and was consequently full j
of accomplishments. One of the wealthiest of,
j Arab bankers purehaecd the iri to wait uprm
bis wife, to whom be was much attached. The
i Oreek pirl, lively and amusing, diverted the -ti-i
nui of the harem, and soon Invarue the ruling
Fririt there. In course of time the wife died,
1 . , , ... .1.1 11
j ami tli ncd husbanl. rcgr'ttint tliat Ire could j
i rot marry ber, ad-ipted her as Ins cliild and the ;
lieir to his enormous fortune. At hi death the
i former slave inherited his wealth, uml as Heiie
! detti, at that time a voung attaehe heloiiiinn to
the French Consulate at Alexandria, hat pe:iel to
present hiuiself to the heiress. uoii Jier afi'ectiiif, ;
and tbey were married. The old merchant's
money enabled Benedetti to cut his way to a
conopicuous isosition in diplomacy, and ine wife,
. 1 i i i V... i . r
lovely ana accompiisnea, reigneu wr n long iiuw j
over the world of liishion in Pari. i
R O 11 1: 11 T c o W A X !
23 Days from Victoria.
lXK WHITE SHIRTIXG,
Ladies Trimmed and Untriinaied Hats,
Fancy Woollen Shirts.
Greaailiues. Lace and Tw.ed Jackets,
Lobes, Skirts. I'ura -N. Ac. Ac. Ac.
A few Boies Smoked Herrings.
FINE RED SALMON,
In Barrels aiiJ half barrels.
A FEW BOXES OF VERY CHOICE
;Spitbergen Victoria Apples !
I., jaJ THEO. H. DAVIES.
A. IV. PEIRGE&CO.
Oiler lor Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
Flour c53 Ercad.,
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from Saa Francisco,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
(Jalvanized Plain Iron,
CJalvanizoil Water Pir?s, 1-2, 3-4, 1,1 1-2,
O TV I I TV I :
CJalvanizetl Font Tubs,
Cases Tiu Plate, all bizea ;
Sliett Zinc, Sheet Lead, 2 1-2, to 14 lbs.
lirass SuMer, Ulnck Tin, SoMer.
A T0MPLKTE ASSORTMENT,
Second to None in the Market !
" COTTON PLANT " 0, 7, , y, 10, plain and
" Magna Charta," plain and extension top,
C, 7, 8, 9, 10 inch.
' Placer," 7 and ?.
La Criolla" for coal,
" Shamrock," 5 1-2 and 6 in.
Together with a full assortment
ARTICLES IN THEIR LINE
USEFl'L TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
WATKU PIPES f.AII o." :
Work of all kinds on Buildings in our line
promptly attended to.
iirrler fmni Hie Otlnr Islands ulll
I'rorui t Attrntittn at
Lowest Afrtrket Tiates !
JtST ABOVE TIIK BASK.
Mtnr.m ;TI.' II I W
1 Cffl 1 IjU - f..fm k
p0K s tl.E ItV
II. II ACK FKLl A: CO.
IkROPKsMIK OF I IMC ANP I
M j.X! Order rasv l le;t at T O. fhriau's tvo-, . ore il
jaJv Order rosy ! Ie;t at T
TMIKICF.MACIIINK IS IN litKlli OKIKR.
but. (.sicr t i tbe .vrl u, i !y cf ArDocn, w.ii ii-4 t
able to tnak' Ice, ur.t'l the srr.vai !f.e vneT from Ssu
Franctto w.th a new K, orlere-1 on tbe it :r i p liei'Ce
b rta a suicietil quantity of Arr.oion'S wih be kei't -n bsnJ to
insure a contrnuous torsxi o' tbe M.cbrne. ic tbe rtcan
titce, thrvugh the far ur of Mr. Oill.Uud. 'tiiis.--rted Ic- w..l ts
delivered to re uiar custL.mrrs. until tbe arr.val it.e S;eraer.
Fire Department Parade!
ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd,
UMI.I. TAKK I'l.HK TUK A T I.
PAHADEi-f Ci- IloNviLl l.V HKt l K t' AKIN KN T.
It is Hoped that All Members
Will enleavor t le pre, nt on tbe iVfvor.i!l tbe Furl
, Clrengtb of the drlltre'.l liuu.paiuca uiy Uj apl-artal.
by order of
, jujoit ACTING CHlr 1 UNOlNKfcR.
EIILOV TH K If KST ! !
fBMIE f.VDKRSKiNKl). II AVI.Mi I'KO-
X CL RK1 tbe-ei v .crs cf a fui erior Mect.auic iu tbe line of
q hqrse shoinc
w-,,, ..-.faii- .jbei. . .hare of Public Patrnnaa-e.
otfullv solicit a share of Public I'aU-onap.'
f ji0 lm 1 I an! 1 King ?trret, llopolula.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!!
AT A SPECIAL JIEKT-
INii of tbe ire VA aniens f.-r the
Citv of Honolulu, held tins dsy, tt
was Kcsolved to at once and strictly
enforce the Provisions of the Law, as fjuud iu Ibe Civil Code,
which rea l as fi lows :
Sectiou SJa. It shall be the duty of tbe Fire Hardens, twice
! in every year, m l as much otteuer as tbry may think proper,
lo examine the dwrliit g huUiri and other buil.lings iu their
i respective districts, for the purpose of ascertaining any viola
; tions of thrs law : also, to examine the Cre-plnces. hesrtbs.
j chimney?, stoves and stove pipe in tbe.r respective dl-tricts,
and uisnn -finding anv f them defective or dangerous, th.y, or
I either of them, shad direct the owner or occupant, by w ritten
1 notice, to alter, remove, or amend the same ; and, in case of
' l-egVct or rcfas.il so to d i. the ptrty off-ndin shall forfeit ami
i i ay $25, for the benefit of tlie Fire Department, and f.-r every
i .lav of tbe time allotted for such alteration, removal or amend
J rjJnt, the parly so offending sba'.l forfeit and psy the further
mm of $10, and the Fire Warden niay make sueh alu-ialion,
j temoval or umetnlmeut at the txpeine of tbe said owner or oc
. cupant. , , .
i Section 339. It shall be the duty cf eac.i and every rir.
! Warden to prosecute all persons gui'ty of a vio'rition of any
of the provisions of this bv, brf re the Police Court of H . no
I lulu, and they shall pay O 'er all tines collected to tbe Treasurer
of Ihe 1 ire Department, deducting 20 per cent, of such finis for
1 thiir respective services.
Section 34S. Kvery boil ling occupied . a dwelling house
1 in Honolulu, or as a store-house, or rigulur place of business.
shall be burnished with at least two tire-buckets, which shall
he kept iu a conspicuous pl"c, an I tip-n w! i -b the name of
i Ihe owner shall be painted 5 and all occupants of buildings Dot
so furnished shall be liable to a fine not exceeding fit).
JOliN Tlltl'.Kl's, Fire Warden District No. 1.
! K. GlLl.lbAND, lire Warden District No. 2,
! GEO. KISKLKV, lire Wardc-i District No. 3,
1 WM. AL'LD, fire Warden District No. 4.
Honolulu, Jau. IV. l72. ai
F. A. SCHAEFER,
JK'T Itrritieii lluunl of I' mlerwrilf rs,
Ageul Drrslteu Hoard of Uaderwrilrri,
Agent Virimn Hoard of I'mler ivrllrrsv.
Claims against Inurauce Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid.
1 1 A M 11 U H J 1 1 - K R K M K N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rmllE UMEKSIGXKI, IIAVlXCi 1IKRN
fi. AppoiDUd Agents ot the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against lire on St-ma and Prick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office or
sl.liv F. A- SCHAEFER 4
I FOR SALE.
C&TX&r OXE SPLKXDII) CARKlAGE",rvr
i SSi&i. Horse and one Godl f addle Horse both r
warranted Sound and well Broken. Also, one Open lluney and
! Harness, nearly new. ,niu!re of A. D. BolrKK,
' jaia 2t At the Paint Miop, Kaaburaanil JJ.
d o ra ' t
for arl lo cnll nrl exiiitiinr lli bfat lol of
Vehicles ever offered in the Honolulu Market ; namely one
first-class Light Road Bunpy, one flrsl class Medium Road
Utiggy, nne second-hand BukK.V, one line Top ItURi-y. ol,e
Heavy Express Wapon, one Tbree-iseat Waxon, one Lipbt
ll rse Cart, one I'haeton, one Three-Seat Phaeton, anj
two Standing Top Carriages.
Also, Two Fine Carriage: Horses.
The above will be Sold at Prices lo suit the Times.
Apply to M. BEN" FIELD,
ja13 lm 74 and 7Q King Street, Honolulu.
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
EXTS FOR T1IK
WAIMEA TAN NEK V,
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE !
miiE umeksk;sI have this iav
m. formed a C.par nerslup to carry on tbe business of fad
dlt and Harness making and Carri.nre Trimming in all its
branches, at the old stand No. S3 KIXU STREET, sign ol the
horse, under the nme and style of K. Will I'M AN A: O.
Honolulu, Jan. 1, lTi R- HITMAN,
d3t lm C. W. (JEI.ETT.
IN THE MATTER OF THEGLARHIANSHIP OF WILLIAM
rHv.HK IT.I)EKS1C;I;I HAS HKKX Al'-
M POINTED bv tbe Supreme Court Ouardiau of tbe person
j and properly of WILLIAM liL'MPHRZVa, of Houoluiu and
1 hereby cautions all persons against transacting any I mine.
or making any paymeuts to the said W. Humphreys I ruin
henceforth. VA'. L. (iREEN, Guardian.
Honolulu, lec. M, 1S71. (do0 4i)
TO II N S.
Tiic Firm tlyie will be
P Partner with me in my Business.
A. S. CLEG HORN & CO.
Honolulu, 1st January, 1872.
flMIE rM)EKSGED. FROM AND A FT E II
1 this date, Hill issue Bills of Exrhange and Litters of
SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK,
LONDON, IIAMHUIiG ami BREMEN,
in sums to suit st lowest rates.
B-st Commcrrial PnK-r discounted on the tm-st favorable
Cash advances made on consignments of I-Uiid prmluce at
he rate of inter. st of 6 y cent, per annum.
11. HACKFELD A: CO.
JUST RECEIVED !
FOR SALE BV
Sydney and San Francisco !
CASES ASSORTED PRINTS,
yuart-r Ca-k Marten', rtranrl,
yuarter t asks Herim-asy' Ursaly,
Waarter Ca-W R.jhin'n lJrrir..ly,
Casks Tennvnta celebrate'! Well Park Brewery Bottlf.l
Ale in pints aD'l quarts, in fine uriltr,
Casea Ltuif u 4. Cart's l'ort Wuu,
Cases Lemon & Cart's Sherry,
Also. On Hand and For Sale!
Fine Li'iit Pherry in wood.
Hutr. ille's Whiskey in woo.1,
Best India Hum,
Caea line ?oo'ch Wl.isWi y.
Caea l.ieefriiuu'rileli, Ac., 4?-
Assorted Dry Goods. Etc.. Etc.
Tahiti !F i v w d 2
Fnr Hale by tlie Conl
Alo, CKMKNT. Apply to
W. L. URKKN.
THE BR. BARK GARSTANG
FROM NEWCASTLE UPON TY
HAS ON BOA Ml
Newcastle Strum Coal, do. Fmitl y C.al.
Omcerie. B'Xflel Beer. White L-a1. Zir.e,
I.ir.see 1 Oil, Black ani Red f'in,
Black Varnuh. QHlvarereil Porrns-iteJ Ircn,
PnnTi:!r'j Whisky in q'j trier r.-i-kg.
Marten's Brain !v in qaarter cask s
IWineisy' Br.tiely in -iit r c'iis.
Marett'i Brn ly in quarter cask,
Hochels "f fienT In cse,
rtt V hisky in ra-, y vir. ta-ti Sherry,
ire Bricss, lire CUy,
WHICH WILIi BESOLDTO AKKIVE.
NEW STYLES OF PRINTED COTTONS
HeceiTed rfruUrly 'a Panama and San f'rincisco, and
f.r Hle hy the nndersifinej.
W. L. iREi:N.
1UI V KIJRISI-.ll nosi: !
OR SAI.K BV
H. 1IACKVKLU ft CO.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
iffo. 5 King Street,
Will Advertiselin this Spaco
E. O. HALL & SON
T7"KI3I CO.VSTAST1.V O.V IIAX, A I'CI.I. AKSOUT.TIRA'T
COOKING STOVES !
SILVER PLATED WAEE,
At Lowest Ularkct Rsitew.
IW ADDITIONS TO STOCK BY
CALIFORNIA, NEW YORK, BOSTON AND ENGLAND.
C jBL ST Zfl ES cS COOKE
AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A URGE AND VA 11 1 El
Agricultural Implement, &c., A:e.,
Which will be Sold as Low as the Lowest Bed Rock Prices.
PLAXTATIO. CIRDCItK FII.I.i:i WITH IUSIMTCII.
WE WOULD CALL TU.E ATTENTION OF LADIES TO OUE NEW ASSORTMENT
PrinteJ Piqoeti, Mock Quilting and Brillianti, Kancy print!, PrlnfJ Orena.lloM, OInKhami, Tlie flneat Aiaortmrnt of
me.-hed and Unbleached CKKd, Linen iitieeUngi. CoUoo Pheetingi, 10-4. 11-4 and 100 lot Iks, pillow I.lnen and
C.U n, 40 and 45 In. Htriped fihlrtlnfr, Fine PrlnUd Shlrtiim Unen, Worw Linen DrlUt fur Boyi and
Meu'i Wear, While Linen Lrill and Deck, Amoikeag and Ileary FiiUah Tkk, 4.-4 wide.
Hue Tweed Ctoadclotb, Wateri'roofTwt vd, Iotkin, Ac, Are.
Also on Hand, Downer's Kerosene, 8-Card Matches, Dairy Salt,
during tho Year. ,.., 1I7J
OILS, f ARNflSH,
Corner Fort A: Kin Sin.
TIN WARE, DRY GOODS,