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nOSOLXTLV, 3IA.T2&, 1SCS.
Tbx only foreign arrlTal we bare to report is the
British schooner Kioto, from TktarU, T. L, with
salmon to Powaett t Co.
The schooner Alaska sailed to-day for Portland,
Orrron, taking a fall cargo cf So. 1 newt, ud Is
expected to retunulirect to tW part with cmrjo of
floor, oeta, bran, bacon, salmon, etc
TTe understand that a floe new schooner of about
IS) tons was' nearly finished at Victoria, V. I-, and
h to V tent to UiU port for sale. Srah Yessel it
much .needed far tlie Uilo trade.
The tale of I. Keinhardt stock, whlth took place
last weekat auction went oft" rclnarklbij well, eon-
eidering the tlmva, and man; articles brought futly
the Jobbing lirlcex.
On Saturday erenUi, Mr. Bartow iiold the lars
stock of Japan goods, mostly lacquered ware, brought
here by DrSekido. The sale was well attended and
the prices obtained were fair.
yte bark Comet, which arrived at San Francisco on
the 6th, was eipected to loare on the llh, and would
be now ten day out. We may look for ber In all
this wetk with oar next tnaU
Uonolulu,May, IKS. J
Editor llavaiia GuetU:
Tha following positions of the Gilbert, Marshall,
and lUlkk Groups are compiled from the best author
ities, and arranged by the Ker. L. IL CaUck, 11. D-,
who resided at Ebon Island for ten years. Dr. Gu
llck, from Lis knowledge of the language spoken on
these groups, and from having visited most of the
Atolls, is the beet authority that I have seen. lie
has kindly allowed me tbe use uf his Journal, (which
is well worth publishing, from w hich I copy.
X. G uliek lias given the names used by the natives
themselves, to the various Atolls or groups,. In most
charts there is great confusion of natnetu
Yours very truly, Vifl. Sana.
P0SIT10SS Or THE GILBERT, BATAK AND
Arorla or Hope or llmds Atoll, S a S, KV OUT E.
Capt Varanus bmlth. 2' S, i;0SO.E, Capt
TananaV Chase or Thel Atoll, 2 3i' S, ITS li' E,
Caiit V Smith. ?i' S. 1"" W li Opt Handr.
Orula or Clerk's or KotchVa Atoll, 1 W S. IMP 30"
K. Capt V Smith, 1 W , l'V 4 K. Capt A ndy.
Sukunau or H.iWe AtolL 1 25' fc, 1J f a. Capt
V Smith. Vs 2' S, 116 X E. Capt llaaljr.
lro or Francis or MarU MM.V&i. n6lSE,
Capt V smith. 1 W S. ITS" IW E, Capt Uaady.
Tapiteuwea or Drummond't or Bishop's Atoll, SK pt
1S'S. 17ir E: SVri.tll S,lTli(C E,
V tike's Chart Centre Is 3 S, 171 W E, CaJ t
SanouU or Sydenham's Atoll, centre 855, III3 S'
11 Capt Handy ; fcE pt 4V , 1T M)f E : S " pt 43
i;l UW E, Wilke's Chart
Aranuka or Kaueckl ur Heoderville's Atoll, S pt 8
X, KSOiey-E; NEpt lMf S, IT!' 41W' ;
pt 11U J. , 7i9 4' w O""; Centre 1?
K, 1 -W E, Capt Handy.
Kurta or VoudIs Atoll. pt 12 X, VS'XW E;
SptirX, lWSijf ;U WUkes Chart. Centre
Apamama or Hiner's AtalL 6W pt 28" S.1W SI E;
Hiptir s, i; or jb-. mv pt af js, hi3 w e,
Slaiana or GUberU or Hall's Atoll. N pt lar 1W
W B; S t SI' N", W iai? E: E pt SS' X, 173 OS'
E; pt 4S' S, 172 W E, Wilkes Chart Centre
iS-Jt, 173 WE, Capt Handy.
Tarawa or Knoys- AUII, SE pt 1 X. I7S 12" E;
SW pt 1 , 173" w E ; .N pt 1 3 X. 173 03
E. tfllkes' Chart Centre l3t X, 1730r E,
Apaiangor Qiarlotte or Six Islands AtolL S pt la44'
K,17307'E; XptVt&X. lIi XWptl0-
W X, 172 ii1 E. IVllkes' Chart
Maraket or Mathew's Island, middle of S tort. Is SS'
1&HC E ; N pt Ior X, 173;4:E,'Ikes,
Chart. Centre, 5 e 01 X, 173 c 25 E, Capt Handy.
Sutantari i Touching Island. S pt S0T X. 172 4i'
E:XE pt3 10'X. 1725MrEi XTV pt 3clr X,
17I 40Vf E, wiicew Chart, centre, s-w J,
173 0 far E, Capt Ilandy.
Slakin or Pttfi Wand, centreSa)" XITIOST" E,
inikes- Chart Centre, 3 20" X, 172 e W E, Capt
BanaU or Ocean Island, centre &7S,lE9eur E,Capt
llanay. ientre dors.ttsiv0,spt v mitn.
Xawodo or rieasant or bhank's Island, centre 25' S,
167 o 0i' E. Capt Uandr. Centre 25' S, 167 20 E,
CaptVSmlth. Centre 2S" S, HSlViS, Capt Fcarn
ilele or MnUmive AtoU.SWrt''09'X.171l3o'X:
XWpt-X. 171 2!'E. Capt Dupevrey. Toko-
walilet, eHW s. 171 CW E, uutaiues In itna
lay. Jabunwum Islet, 20' X, 171 c 52 E, Capt
Brown, " Morning Star." SE pt 5 59" X, 172
"02" E, U S Ex. Exploration. .
ilasuro or Arrowsmith'a A toll, SE pt, 7 e 05' X, 171
Arhno or Daniel A Prdder! Atoll, SZ pt 7" 30 X,
171 54' E: island, SW pt, T'll X, 17110 E,
C. 8. Ex. Ex.
Jlurh or lbbetaoa'a Atoll, centre, S IS X, 171 1ST
lalodab or Calvert'a AtolL S E pt, 8 2JI X. 171 IT
E; XWIslet,S 64 X. 170 4 E. Kctiebue.
Eregup or Bishop Junction, S pt, 9 Off X, 1 "0 04'
Wotje. or Otdia. or Komanxol AtolL J.W pt, 9 e sy
X, 170 Is E; anchorage within the east pt, 9
2S' X, 170 10" E, Kottebue.
liklet or Count Heiden Islands, centre of croup, 9 0
s i)f x, if uif E; x w pt io or x, la) or e,
Jemo or Steeple IsUod, centre, 9 6S X, 1(8 e 45' E.
Alluk Tlndan Watt's AtolL Xjt,10 27X,
170 , Kotxebue.
Mejit or Xew Year's AtolL centre. lO'CS X, 170
&5' E, Kotxbua.
CUrik or Button AtuU. centre, 1120 X, 16 54"
E, Oapt Moure, Morning Star.
Taka or Suworoff Atoli, middle islet, 11 OT X,
160 40" E, Capt Moore, Morning Stan.
Bikar or Dawson's AtoU, middle of group, 11 4' X,
179 0rE, Kotxebue.
Ebon or baton AtolL centre, 4 39' X, 16S S0 E,
Xamorik or Baring's AtoU, centre, 5 35 X, 16S lr
Kili, or Hunter's Atoll, 4 is X, 169 E, Dennet.
Jaluit, or B.mham's AtolL west pt 6 X, 169 30" E :
north pt, 6 lrx, 160 10 , Duperrey't Chart
AlllngUbUb AtoU, or MnskiUo Uronp, south pt 7 14'
X, 16S 46-E; south pt of the mUMle lebe,7 4
X, 168 S3 E ; Isthmos connecting north and mM
llert,8 X. 16S MP E; aortu pt,8 10" X,
168 E, Cramscheuks in Findly.
Jabwat or Tebut AtoU, centre, S 25 X, ICS IV E,
Ketxeboe0 chart, -quoted in Findlay.
Lib, or PrinceMa Atoll, 8 20 X, 16730" E, Kotxe
Xamo,or Margaretta Island, south extreme, 846
X, 167 42"E. This Wand, with Quajalea, tjae,
and Wotho nrquire further examination.
Quajalen, Xtt and SE. 18 long and 10 broad, north
end, 10W X, 166 09 Et north islet, 3 14' X,
Lae, or Crown's Island, centre, 9 , 166 20 E,
CJae or Lydia Island, centre, 9 04' X", 165 5S' E,
Ship Ocean, in Findlay.
Wotho or Shanx AtoU, centre, 10 05 X, 16904 E,
AOinginae or Rlmsktkorsakoft AtoU. SWrt, 11 OS
X, 16tS26W' E.Kctieboe; U 0S" X, 16620 E.
U. S. Ex. H. chart
Eongerlk AtoU, E pt, 11 2T X, 167 11 E, Kotxe
bue: centre, 11 14 X, 166 35 E, U. S. Ex. Ex.
Kongelab or reeexdorr AtoU. 11 19 X, 167 23' E,
Kotxebue; 11 3T X, 167 30 E, C. S. Ex. Ex.
Biktaa or Escacholtx AtoU, W pt, 11 40 X. lo 24.
E, (1654?); S pt, 11 33" X. 165 37 E; W pt,
1150 X,l6i W. Kottboe, Capt Brown, Morn
ing Star, Da perry's chart Thh island require
Eniwetok or Brown's AttiL rarnr's Islet, 11 21' X,
162 52 E; X pt, 11 T S. 161 05( E; centre
or aouth Une, 11 2 X, 161 OS" E. Lutie's chart
tTjllong AtoU, or Morning Star Group, 1S4. 9 57 X,
160 56' E, Capt. Jamoa, in Missionary brig Morn
tPJOung. Kewlry Group, 1SS7, 9 5 47 E, 161 15 X,
Ship r-undanatd, of Sydney. Capt Kewley.
Port of Honolulu, 3Iay 26.
May 20 Schr Sana Packet from Kona.
3 Schr Warwick,froia Molotai.
22 Schr Kasuule, from MoiokaL
ch KamoL from KahuluL
23 Stmr Kilauea. from windward ports.
Schr Ilattie, from XawiUwBL
Schr llekuleie. from Hans.
"1 frchr UarUda. from Kawaihae.
Schr Xettie Merrill, from Koloa.
Schr Luka, from liaaalei.
23 Schr ManuokxwaL from Hana.
Schr Annie, from UUo.
Schr Telle, from Mcioaa.
26 Bril eeiir Klaau, McKennon, 19 ds fm Vkta
May 20 Schr Mary, for Anahola.
21 Am ah Grace Darling, Smith,-fr Bakers IaT
Schr Warwick, for MoiokaL
23-Am ah Xowester, Mosher, frMcErasa IsTd
Schr Karooi. fbr KahuluL
Schr Kona Packet, for Kooa.
25 Schr Ka-naBe. for MoiokaL
Schr Ilattie, tar XawOjwQL
Stmr Kilaat. for windward porta.
26 Schr Xetrie Merrill, for Koloa.
Schr Luka, lor UanaleL
Schr Annie, for Uilo.
Schr MannokawaL for Hana.
Schr Matilda, for Kawaihae.
Am echr Alaska. Calhnnn. for Portland.
Schr Tette, for MoloaaT
Schr Warwick, for MoiokaL
SchrUokuIele, fcr liana.
cTor -Portland, Oregon, per Alaska, May 26, G
For Baker's Island, per C race Darling. May 30.
Bran, brs 20 I Oats, bgs 10
Bread. biiU I lUre, bgs IS
Uay.UslO I'oi, this LQ
Value domestic produce .. J331.00
Talue foreign produce 251,71
For McKeans Island, per Xor Wester,May 22.
Anchor, 1 I Flour, bbls 2
Talue fbreign prod nee.. J145
Value domestic prcdnce. 72
For rvrtland, Oregon, per Alaska, May 26.
Coroanuu, 3,000 ' Sugar, lbs 330, 400
'Molasses, galls 2,211 ( Tamarinds, bgs 3
Value dtvestic prod o be. 24,138.21.
I rooi Victoria, B. O, per KInao, May 26.
Dry Goods, ble 1 I Salmon, bids 80
rrolts, bottled, ra 1 Salmon, hf bbls 100
Phases of the Hooa for the moath of May.
rxinxxn ir cirr. iu'1 ssutb.
Sth, Full Moon, 8 (S"a 11.
lith,LastQnarttr, 6 44 A. M.
21st, Xew Moon, 8 04 l. M.
2Mb, First Quarter 1 10 P. M.
h. lu. h. m,
1st, Sun Rises, 5 33 l.Tc Su& Sets,... 6 21 T. X.
6th, Sun Kises, 5 23 Sun Sets, ... 6 23 "
15th.SunEis,...5 2t! " Sun Sets,... 6 26 "
22d. SnnBises,.,..5 24 " Sun Sets,. .. 6 29 "
23th.ScnIUe,...521 " Sun Sets,... 6 33 "
1)R- E. Hoffman we bear liaa reslgiied the
po6t of pbrelcUn to tbe Insane Asylum, on
acconut of bU bealtb.
TnE tebooner Aiuu, arriTed yesterday
from Victoria. VTc are Indebted to Capt.
Jlc'Intyrt: for papers. Tbe schooner left
some days before tbe lUindttr, so that ber
ncWb ba l:ci anticipated.
Visit to tue JIouogo. Tbe Represen
tatives of tbe Assembly on Saturday, made
a visit on board tbe .VoAomo, going off and
returning In the ship's boats. Tbey were
received by Capt. Simpeon and the officers
at the pungnay, shown about the ship, and
entertained agreeably for two hours. A
salute of fifteen sans was fired. Tbe mem
bers returned on shore much gratified by
their visit to the ship.
TiBEMAX's Dbill. Saturday nezt, May
SOtb, being the last regular drill day of the
Honolulu Fire Department before tbe elec
tion of Engineers, the Chief Engineer, C. E.
"YIMams, Esq., has ordered a line drill on
King street, from the hydrant at Mose man's
Corner, toward Kawaiahao. The several
companies arc requested to assemble at i
o'clock, punctually, when tbe lire alarm bell
will be struck for the occasion.
We call the attention of those who think
subsidizing steamers to be bad policy, to the
following Item from Vancouver's Island.
"Viotokia, April 20. The Colonial Sec
retary stated at a Council meeting on Mondar
that the Imperial Government has at last
consented to pay one-half of any amount
agreed upon by the Colonial Government in
subdlzing a direct steamer to cam the
malls between ban i rancisco and Victoria.
The Council immediately appointed a Select
Comm'ttee to. make a contract with some
Coxcebt. The concert at Kanmakapill on
Thursday evening last, drew a full house and
the performances gave excellent satisfaction.
The choruses were very full, thirty-two sing
ers being on the platform at each piece. We
are told that the chorus "Autumn Winds,"
the duett "The Larboard Watch," and the
piano duett by Miss Smith and Dr. Hoffmann
were the best pieces of the evening. The
proceeds $301 are for the Kau Relief Fund.
Oltmpic Club Lectures. The Club are
able to announce two lectures, to be given
at their Hall, to which we call public atten
tion. Tbe lirst, to be delivered next week,
will be by Rev. E. Corwln, on The 3Iystery
of Motion. The second, by Hon. Wm. Uil
lcbrand, M. D., on Volcanic Phenomena and
the late Eruption, to be given some time
next month. The ability of the lecturers,
as well as the subjects chosen, cannot fail to
interest the public and secure for the Club
a large audience. We hear that the boys
classes have been put in charge of Sam'l
Carter, Esq., who will hereafter Instruct and
manage them, and that particular care will
be taken to guard them from improper
influences and surroundings during their
evenings at the Hall.
The Reindeer Coxcebt. To-morrow
evening, as the public arc already informed
by posters, tbe crew of H. B. MA S. HHndar
will give a vocal and instrumental Concert at
the Theatre, in aid of the Kau Relief Fund.
This generous tender on their part will be
met, we hope, with a full house. British
ships usually have on board these amateur,
musical or dramatic clubs, which not only
serve to Interest and amuse their own ship's
company, but afford also gratification to their
friends on shore, and at times as we have had
occasions to know, give tftnely help to chari
table associations and funds.
The Captain and officers of theJ!Hndartot
Friday evening list gave, on board, a
musical entertainment, which was attended
by many guests from shore, as well athc
officers from the Hohimgo. The stage was
nicely Sttcd up, and the evening was pleas
antly filled with plays and music and horn
pipes, and elicited from the audience frequent
applause, to tbe talents and ability of the
The Volcano. By the following letter
from Sheriff Coney, of HUo, written on the
ISth instant, we have a brief account of the
volcanic movements on Hawaii The volca
no is slumbering, but restless enough to show
that another eruption of lava may occur be
fore quiet is restored to the mountain. Mr.
Richardson is an acurate observer, and we
can rely upon bis statements:
"Mr. Richardson, of Kapapala, In the Kau
district, arrived here on Saturday night. He
reports Kau still shaking, and says one can
feel a shock at any time by sitting down on
the ground. The earth is continually in mo
tion, but when walking about one does not
notice It On SandayMay Sd, he counted
eighteen very perceptable shocks; (hey seem
ed to come from the same direction as the
disastrous one of April 2d. At the Aamokn,
between bis place and tbe crater cf Kilauea,
the lava broke ont and has flowed about half
a mile, and Is now flowing, or rather ooring
slowly out of a crack (there being no crater)
Kilauea is not active, but there is some fire
at night to be seen from the top of the crater.
Tbe natives at Olaa told him that the lava
-waa flowing above the woods back of Hilo.
but thev thnnr-ht it u-n . h.M. . i
I they did not believe it. Some of the Hilo
I people thocrht they saw smoke there but it
1 has been so cloudy and rainy that we cannot
the scat of trouble is oia, tbis side of the
mountain, above Hilo, ana that we wOl have
another big shock before It can find Tent.
- -.... ruyino ticjj cay uaDtQt
j iK-re, not very heavy, but some of them makes
1 u start for tie door.
Fire Detaktmext Election. On Mon
day next, Jane 1st, tbe annual election for
Chief Engineer and two Assistants will take
place at the house of Mechanic Engine Com
pany No. 2. Tbe polls open at T o'clock and
close at 9. There being two nominations for
Assistants, a close votrt is anticipated.
Coxcebt on Fridat Ivigut. A Concert
will be given at Kanmakapill Church on Fri
day evening next the 23th ins t, by the choir
of Fort Street Church, assisted by a few
amateurs. If the prrceeding concerts given
by them are any criterion, we can vouch
that tbe pcrformancis will be worth attend
lug. The object Is to raise funds for their
new organ which is now being built. We
bespeak for them a foil house. The pro
gramme In another column, gives the music
which will be rendered.
New Member. On Thursday last, Hon. A.
F. Judd presented bis certificate from South
Kona, as having been duly elected represeo
tatlve for that district, at tbe election ordered
to be bolden there by the Assembly. The
new member, upon the report of the Com
inittcer on Elections, was sworn in and took
his seat. The returns show that Mr. Judd
was elected by a handsome majority of 49
votes over Kapahukula, the candidate next
on the poll. Tbe Assembly have yet before
them the most important measures of the
session, and more than thirty bills are on the
table awaiting their action. There appears
to be a desire to shorten the session as fur as
possible, but progress is necessarily slow.
Outside Articles. We call the attention
of ourreaders to the masterly article on Euro
pean politics from our correspondent E. II,
Phases of political action succeed each other
so rapidly, and the telegrams come on so fir
in advance of tbe mails, that we are apt to
regard the details and fuller Intelligence re
ceived by the latter, as hardly worthy of the
close attention which is necessary to a foil
understanding of current events. Our cor
respondent gives a connected and clear ac
count, which will amply repay a perusal of
The Saturday Jlcritio says of tbe Interven
tion of France in the Roman question, that
Rattazzi, tbe Italian minister, informed the
Emperor, as early as Sept. SOtb, that in the
event of a republican rising at Rome tbe
King of Italy wonld intervene ; that on the
13th of October, be telegraphed, that in his
opinion, matters bad arrived at such a pass
as to necessitate an occupation of Rome by
the Italian troops. Tbe Emperor recognized
the sincerity of the Italian government in its
efforts to abide by the articles of the Septem
ber Convention, and though warning them
that France would be compelled to take
measures also in the matter, was evidently
unwilling to undertake another intervention
by causing a question to be asked, " if the
Italian troops, after pnttlng down the insur
rection in Rome, will return to their position
on the frontier," and also, "if Italy would
agree to a congress on the Roman question."
A negative reply to both these propositions
decided tbe cabinet at St. Cloud to order tbe
advance of the French troops from Toulon.
In the Legislative proceedings, on the 4th
page, will be fonnd the very able reports of
the Sanitary Committee and that of tbe Com
mittee on Commerce on (he subsidy. The
sanitary report approves of all the measures
adopted for tbe extinction of leprosy, and
urges upon the Assembly tbe further prose
cutlou of tbis work as a solemn dnty to the
nation, to be done with as much kindness to
tbe unfortunate as tbe Imperative necessity
of depriving tbem of personal liberty will
allow, They recommend an appropriation
of $40,000. Tbe report on the subsidy lias
been drawn up with much care, after a week
spent in bearing arguments and eliciting
opinions from all parties Interested, by the
Committee. Tbey recommend a subsidy to
the Kilauea, but an indefinite postponement
of (be subsidy item for the ocean stcamc.-.
Queen Victoria's Bjutii D at. The birth
day of Her Britannic Majesty fell upon Sun
day, the 24th, tbis year, and was officially ob
served on tbe following day, Monday, by the
British Commissioner, and II. M.'s EhipiZrin
ther, now in port. The ship was handsomely
dressed, and there was the nsual recognition
of the day ashore and afloat, by the display
of bnnting at the Government House, and
the various Diplomatic and Consular offices.
The flag-staff at the residence of tbe British
Commissioner was prettily dressed with flags,
beside floating the national flag at its head.
At coon, the Commissioner received at his
office, official congratulatory calls, as well as
numerous calls from British residents and
others, made in honor of tbe day. A large
and brilliant party given by the Commission
er and Mrs. Wodehouse, at thtir residence,
closed the day, with music and dancing.
The arrangements and decorations for tbe
ball was most tastefully gotten up, and the
numerous guests seemed to enjoy heartily,
tbe festivities of tbe evening. The rooms
were hung with evergreen wreathes, sent by
Her Majesty Queen Emma, and elegant bou
quets of flowers, adorned the apartments, as
well as set off, the richly spread supper table
to which the guests adjourned at twelve
o'clock. Three upper windows, held trans
parencies showing iu connection V, a crown
and R. The effect of tbe numerous lights
and variously colored lanterns bung in tbe
verandahs was very pretty. His Majesty's
Ministers were present, the Acting U. S.
Minister, IL I. M.'s Commissioner and Chan
cellier, Capt. Xares and officers of tbe Ban-
dor, the officers of tbe U. S. S. Mohongo, tbe
members of tbe Consular Corps, and many
ui uur onusa ana oiaer resiuenis.
In tbe House of Lords the statement was
made by the Ministry similar in tenor to that
in the House of Commons.
Berlin, April 26th. It is officially an
nounced that the reduction in the Prussian
army will be 12,000.
Madrid, April 24. Following is the new
Cabinet: Branbo Murrillo, President: Vice
Droased, Minister of Interior; Rnncali, Min
ister of Justice and Foreign Affairs; Magral
di, Minister of War; Arabia. Minister to
France; Catealana. Minister of Public Works;
Marfoni, Minister for tbe Colonies.
Madrid, April 24. Beldar is appointed
Minister of War; Concha, Marshal of Cunp.
The policy of the new Ministry will be iden
tical with the former one.
Berlin. April 25. Bismarck says official
ly, the loss of the bill relative to the Federal
debt, which was withdrawn from Parliament
on account of the disposition onAbepartof
the Liberal members to amend it, will put
an end to building ships and fortifications.
The reduction of tbe Prussian army to a
peace footing will begin May 1st.
It 15 related that wbes Commodore Biddle
u paying a Tistt to a Japanese Jank in
Tedao bavin l&W, a sentry puabed him back
into his p, as be was climbinr- over tbe Ijnl
warka. The Commodore" official trnth was
kindled; he returned to his ship and sent a
peremptory demand for the insult. The re
ply was returned as rpeedilj as the circum
stances wonld admit, that the sentry had aci
ed without orders, but that his head, which
had already been cut oft, was at the seirlcc
of the Commodore.
Dai-Eloss Io Kochester, X. March 25th,
br Rev. D. K. BanletL assisted br Eer. John WIckea.
Rev. James A. Daly, of Stockton, Csl., to Mlas Char
lotte s. UIoss, or Rochester.
At nui-ftl-kan. Maul, on the I9tb fnsL, the wife of
In Boston. Muiu April Mb. Hon. Tn-ierkk IL
Allen, brother cf Chief Jtutica Allen, and fithrtof
Samuel u Alien, cq.
WILL BE GIVEX BT THE
Choir of Port Street Church,
Assisted by Friends, for
The Benefit of the Organ Fund
OF THAT CHURCH.
On Friday Even'g, May 29.
PROGRAMME PART FIRST.
1 Cnoncs "Bcnedictns."
2 Quartette "Come to me Angel of sleep.'
3 Duett "How dear to nse tbe hour," etc.
4 QriXTETTE "The Lord my Shepherd Is."
5 Duett "The School Master."
8 Otionns "Esther."
7 PlaKO DCETT.
8 Dcett "Go where the Mists are sleeping."
9 Solo a Chorus "Erer be Happy," from
10 Solo a Qcartette "Leaf by Leaf the
11 Solo "Eetert's Swiss Song."
12 QcaBTETTE "Good Sight."
IS Cnonus "Glory and love," from "Faust1
TICKETS One Dollar, for sale at Whit
ney's, Melntyre s, Dr. Hoffmann's, and at the
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert commences
at b o clock.
MRS. F. H. IIATHtVAY
WOULD RESPECTFULLY AXX0UXCE
to the Ladies of Honolulu, that she will
be happy to do Sewing at her Cottage, Hotel
Street, opposite the residence of the late Capt,
B. F. Snow. 19-lm
ANY PERSON HAVING IN HIS
possession the 2d Tolume of Commodore
Wilkes' U. S. Exploring Expedition Chart.
belonging to the Palace Jiibrar, will confer a
favor by returning the same to"
H. M.'s Chamberlain.
Honolulu, May 17, 1S63. 18-tf
WILL BE OIVEK FOR THE REC0V
ery of a PEARL SHIRT-BUTTON,
lost in the Stmts of Honolulu during the last
week. Any person finding the same, and re
turning it to this office, will Le suitably re
FOK KVJEKV OXF.
TO IRRIGATE THEIR LAND CHEAP
Windnulls for $150 Each !
TO FEET DIAMETER, 6 INCH
JLV Stroke, with the latest improvements.
May be seen, in the Honolulu Iron Works'
Yard in Operation
The Turntable is constructed wholly of Iron,
and revolves on balls, which caasu little fric
tion and makes it self-regnlating. 19-lm
THE .ANNUAL ELECTION
;Jteof ENGINEERS for the De
. ffiy 5"ra partmcnt for the ensuing year
will tase place in the Engine House of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2,
On MONDAY, June 1st, proximo. Polls open
from 7 to S o'clock, r. ir.
C. T. GULICK,
Judge of Election.
J. A. HASSINGER, .
H. G. CRABBE,
Licenses Expiring in May, 1868.
RETAIL, Honolulo Slh. T. Seal; 16th, O.
Howe; l)!b, A. Hoe; 11th, J. M. Smith; 3d,
S-Saridge: 25th. Waa do. 31, Along- i check;
ltih, Cholan Brother: S4th. L l Torbert; Sth. J.
Stenuet, Palama Road. Oahn lcih, Akxn, Valalna.
lTtli, Ah Let do. Maol 24, Boehle, Lahaina; -lib,
A man. do; 1st, 3Iossman Sod, Wailakn. llsvwit
21st, Kaonamano. L KahalewaJ tValohlon. Kanat
12th, IVai Yee. Waimea; lGth, A. White, 3Ioloaa;
17th. Pae Tee. Kapala.
WHOLESALE, Honololo 1st, W N Ladd; 1st, E
VICTUALL1.no. Honoinio 3L Jose Ansa; 1st, M
Cohei,; 23th, Ah Hoe; 10th, Lutn Tai; 23th, Ah Wa,
AUCTION", Honoluln 3d, C S Bartow. Hawaii
ili. C roller.
BILLIARDS, Oaho-lith. J Dawson, LibertJ Hall.
HORSE. Honolulu 1st, Karoaite, So 5.
. BOAT, ilani th, HocpiL Lahaina.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FUR"
nisb FireJVood of the Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Xenelean at oar Landing,
near Uilo Bay, in quantities to suit.
For farther particulars, enquire of
Castle a Cooke, Agents. 17-tf
A f00 tns sTiitxmc lead, u
"XjUuU cans, for sale low, by
B0LLES Jt CO.
E KEEP A FULL STOCK OF THIS
article, and are receiving fresh sanrjltes
by every packet, for sale at tbe lowest prices at
91-JD iiULLtS CO.
RUIXART, pere fc fils Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pints and ncarti."
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
I j-tf Messn. Bninart, pert t Is Rbeiras.
JUST received ex J. TT. Searer,
a cargo of superior well-packed
4f tVnltc Salman.
UUf H. HACKFELD k CO,
Arroi's Celebrated Pale Ale,
In pints, for sale by
ll-Sta. II. 1IACKFE1VD & Co.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF
7R0M THIS BAT
AT TUE STORE OP
C F, PFJLUGER
AT COST PRICES AND BELOW
F1d black cloth CtU. blue flannel cct a.n! rmntt
lupcnur uiacfc sua Diati ciGiu panu, CaUineit punts,
fancy doeskin pant, light tammer paaU and coU,
superior light M&nitl Teats dark silk Tests, tweed
sacks And frocks, superior white flannel paaU; silk,
merino, lnibiwool and cotton flannel undershirts
and drawers, linen and cotton drawers, red and white
cancel undershirts and drawers, the very best
VARIhTY GENTS PUEKISHING GOODS
To noniervu to mentkn.
Lndles and Misses' superior white cotton hose.
gents' brown and white half hose, gents' Terr supe
rior lisle thread socks all sizes, gntY white and
crar merino socks, children's woolen socks and
Boots and Shoes.
Gents superior calf dress boots, do half welted boots,
ladies superior bltck prunella cpent gaiters of the
best fdC'orr In the United stated, a Terr Urre variety
of ladies cloth g.Iters short and high h-els best
make, do cloth gaiter ties, do black kid and morocco
gantrs, ao duck out ton gaiters, do superior black
kfd slippers, children's ankle ties, missed' slit-Dors.
boy's morocco latent leather and calf skin sLioes,
babies sho- and aakle ties, D'Uscs cloth morocco,
patent leather and calf skin gaiters.
Very superior cotton cloth 36-inches vide of the best
American factories, very flue white Nainsook and
Victoria lawns, bishop lawns book muslins four dif
ferent qualities, rety fine white tarlatans, also In
blue, pink, and buff; rroii band mulins, flue jaco
nets, also fine white brilliants 10 different patterns
a hrsra a-tsortment of curtain urn-dins, white nlnk
and blue b-'tblnett muequitto netting lWMn wide,
ouii, oiaeana pine Luamoreey i iwn cotton uwels
and t owe Iliac bine and brown cotton drillinir. Amtw-
keag denims, Try superior pointed French jaconet
and prints Brooks' white and colored spool cottons
crochet, kuittlog and mending cotton, white cotton
and serpentine braid, white and black foundation,
very fine white wash net, flowered bobbtiirtt lace,
Moud Ucee, all colors of paper cambric and sllecia's
for linings, nftW muslin drras patterns, canraas lor
laAatea ana gents superior Joutmes white kid glores,
ladies black kidgloTea, do gauntlet In lisle kid cord
buckskin. ladies' a children's black silk mitts, gents'
white and colored cotton glores Udies' and gents
white and black silk gloTea,
Very superior fine white Irish linen "o 1 and 2. linen
towels and toweling, white and brown linen drill,
Turkish bathlnz towel-f. .rents and Ai linn
handkerchiefs linen damask table covers.
Superior fancy, black anl white plaid shawls ; break.
Cist shawls, woolen table covers, fancy delaines, for
all tbe diflereut colors of rioe French cashmeres, me
rinos and thibets, Scotch plaids, plain French de
lanes, fine black cobargs and alpaccas, reil baretre,
white and bine all wool flannel, bareges, tweeds,
cloak tugs, and woolen goods for pants.
Snperior colored and plain black lilkt, different colors
of lining iilts, black and white silk il lotion, black:
silk relret, black lulian cloth, wbite silk corset lac
ings, all .he different colirs of senla? silk on epooli
good and fresh, Tery superior plain, white and culrd
Ladles French Hade Corsets
A GENERAL ASSORT OF TRIMMINGS.
Perfumery and Toilet
Curling fluid, bean grease, reindeer narrow, pnma
de, maraebelU for the hair and beard. Price k Co.
beet Engibh perfumery, toilet Tinegar, best eao de
eclogue, specific for the complexion, rose hair oil,
otal haud mirrors, fine tooth and dressing coniM,
best English hair brashes, nail and tooth brush e,
tooth powder and pastes, fare powder, medical skin
pnrifjiog soaps, depilatory powder for remoTing ra
perflaons hair. Upturn's asthma cures, sbat ing cream
and soape, eha-ring bnvhea,. razor straps, one minute
tooth ache cure.
Superior steel scissors, cnxh sdmors, pocket kntres,
hair pins, Cuicy dre lattons, agate and pearl bat
tons, English pins, rod marking cotton. Warren's
tewing needles, bodkins, nursery pins, crochet, darn
ing and worsted needles, button rings and links.
Locton de perles, linen tapes, black and tincy belt
bockln, ivory and sandal wood card cases, China
feather Dns,cribbage boards, backgammon boards,
Chinese ivory pnzzles, dominoes, glore and card
boxes, ladies fancy garters, plain and beaded black
hair nets, embroidered edgings and Insertion, supe
rior English black crape, superior linen Xaee collars,
black and white elastic braids and orda, black bugls
trimmings, black and 31alta lace, white ruches,
frCliogs and rcSings, superior black and colored
beltings all width, plain and fancy bonnet ribbons
from 1 to 3 Inches wide, linnen buttons, office feather
dusters, carpet bags, ladies umbrellas and parasols,
ladies riding whips, vdret ribbons black and colored
A Good Assortsiet of Gent' Brace and
Necktie-, Silk Handterduefs, Ac.
Very Superior White Shirts,
Gents riding and dec promenade hats, Geuti Boole
rard hats grey, brown and black. Gents black bea
tct hats, GenU light straw hats, Children and Boys
straw and felt hats.
SUFERIOS ROSEWOOD 3
And a Variety of Other Articles too numsr
cnx to raratioa.
All the Foregoing Articles
VTSa be sold from to-day at cost prices and below, lor
caali or apfs-oretl paper.
Xadies and Geatbmen of Hooolsla and adjacent
Islands, ilease call and canTinca jcarsalTes ca tba
Hcoolala, May 13, 1&E3. 17-tf
Br C. S. JJAItTOW.
Furniture at Auction
On Monday, June 8th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. M..
At llio Residence oritlr. Koire
6n Hotel Street,
WILL BE SOLD, THE
Entire Furniture on the Premises
Parlor, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, such
as Tables"; Loon-res, Chairs, Bedsteads,
Bedding, Two Cooking Stores, and a
variety of Household Articles.
Three Tears and a half unexpired
Lease of the Premises,
AT A LOW REXT.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
"VTOTICE is herebr riven, thnt nil
JLM amounts exceeding TH KEE HUNDRED
DUL.UAKS, now on deposit on interest in our
barings Hank, will cease to draw interest from
the FIRST DAY OF JUNE, next, except in
cases or special agreement, nxinc a rate of in
terest for a stated time. Also, that tho rate
of interest on sums less than Three Hundred
Dollars, remaining on deposit in our Sarin gs
ilanK on tne rust day or beptember next,
wm be reduced to six per cent per annum.
UISUOl A CO.
Honolulu, May 5th, 1S6S. 16-tf
BOLIDES & CO.,
PE1 LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho our usual supply of
xlour in ball and quarter sacks.
Also, per i U Murray,
California Lime and
A large assortment of
Paints and Paint Oil
Manila Cordage assorted
Sizes from 1 to 4Jin.
Hubbard's Patent Zinc Paint
Best Boiled Eng Faint Oil
ll-3m Whitewash do, etc.
"InUrornia Tabic and Fic Fruits,
Just reccirea per Idaho, lor sale by
ll-3m 1IU1,L.ES & to.
Received per Idaho. For sale by
ll-3m BOLLES A CO.
HONOLULU IRONWORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
ON HAND AND .MADE TO ORDER, OF
the Best Material and Workmanship.
ETerj Description of
steam and ater Cocks,
Valves, Ouage Cocks,
Steam Oauges A Injectors,
Piping Elbows, Tees,
India Rubber Packing,
All Kindt of Iti-:ihs YVorlf IVeut-
BEST BAR IRON
On hand and for sale, at lowest market prices
Orer-shot, Xurbinc, Centre I)Im
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
w ixtcxr W iiocls,
Made of either Iron or Wood, calculations
for which will be made on receiving the par
ticulars of Volume, Head, and Fall of Water,
in any desired locality. One of our Centre
Discharge Wheels may be seen at the Kane
ohe Plantation, where it is in full operation
and firing entire satisfaction.
W JJSnD -IVTTT iT iS,
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS,
With Pumps, Made and adapted to any place
Wool, fulu, Cotton & Oil Presses
Made of any Siic and Strength,
Combining all the Latest Improvement.
and composed of the Beit Materials. One of
our Wool Presses s giving entire satisfaction
on the extensire Ranch of Messrs J. A F.
Sinclair. Island of ISiihan, who may be con
salted with regard to particulars. 13-3ni
pOOJVir: and EXTRA.
V saie in quantities to suit oy
l e n T7-irnt v
Agent Honolnln Rice MilL
SOLE and Saddle xLeatber,
tanned goat skins, for sale by
A. 3. CLEGIIORX,
30-ly Agent TOiimea Tannery,
JAMES L. LEWIS,
COOPER AND G AUGER,
AT ZHZI OXJ SZaUfD,
Corner of King and Bethel Sts.
stock of OIL
aU kinds of
COOPERING MATERIALS !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
He hopes, by attention. to business, to merit
a continuance of the patronage which he has
heretofore enjoyed, and forWhich be now re
tarns his thanks. Sl-3m
C1ARTES dc VISITE,
J JLarger "PhotOirraphB,
Betonchicg done in tbe best -Banner, and on
the most reasonable terms.
Also for sale, Photographs of the Craters
KILAUEA AND HA LEAK A LA,
And other Islands Scenes.
Tlie KTSGS ZAMKHAMEHA, &c,
At the G.i:iery Fort Street.
H. I. CHASE.
P. S. HaTlng parchased the Portrait Neg
atires from Mr. Weed, daplicates can be bod
by those persons wishing tor (fee sarae.
il-3m XI. I c.
Fuioi fh.es or THE fOLlOff
tng Publications :
Hawaiian Spectator, lSSS-J.
S. I. Mirror and Commercial G aiette, 1S39.
Vol. 7 of tha Polynesian.
Hawaiian Cascade and Miscellany, 1944-4$.
The Monitor, (monthly) 1843.
Oahu Fountain, 1847.
Transactions R. H. Agricultural Society,
The Amatfcr, 18S.
New Era and Argus, 1S5J-JJ. . '
S. I. Monthly Magaiiae, 1SS8.
Vol. 7 of the P. C. AdTertieer.
Daily Legislative Balletic.
Lama Hawaii, 1S34.
Kama Hawaii, 1834.
Elele Hawaii, 1S43-S5.
Use Hawaii, rols. 1, 3, 3 and 5.
Hoku Loa, 1S39.
Hae Klritiano, 1830.
Any persons harlng in Urn'r possession full
files of tha foregoing publications, can dis
pose of them at a fair price by applying at tha
umce ci tne -Minister or interior,
January 29th. 186S. - I-tf
FAMILY DRUG ST0EI.
JT. 31. SMITH Jc CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV
als, a New Assortment of Drags and
Sands' Sarsaparilla, Town-end's do.,
Ayers' do., Bristol's do.. Shakers' do.,
Root do., Ayers' Cherry Pectoral,
Balsam for the Lungs, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, Hypophosphites of Lime a Soda,
Compound Extract of Buchii, Capsules,
Thorn's Extract, Crossman'a Specific,
Pills and Ointments, of rarious kinds,
Liniments, Plasters, Pectoral Fumlgators,
Sponges, Hamburg Tea, Lily White,
Fumigating J'nstUs, Trusses,
J. R. Cook's Nipples, Nipple Shields,
Lubin's and Pinaud's Extracts,
Toilet Articles, Lip Salve,
Indelible Pencils, a IVeir InTentlon,
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
Syringes, Leeches, etc., etc., etc.
Drugs of nil kinds).
Corner of Fort "and Hotel streets. Il-tf
SIX SPLENDID ROSEWOOD CASS
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent AsruH'o Style,
ly for a Tropical Climate The
best toned Instruments erer im
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
TaOWNEU'S Kerosene Oil.
XJ For sale by
II. HACKFELD fc CO.
A FULL ASSORTMENT, FOR SALE BT
B0LLES A CO.
SMALL LOT, FOR SALE BT
ll-3m B0LLES A CO.
A SMALL LOT OF
Ladies' and Misses' Silk Cloaks,
Direct from Paris, rery handsome,
and for sals cheap.
adies' and Misses' Hoop Skirts,
Very small, and the newest styles.
Some rery nice" French' Prints.
ALSO, a splendid assortment of
adies' and Gents' Kid Gloves,
Best quality, all kinds.
33f Tbe attention of the Ladies is inrited.
MRS. J. U. BLACK,
A COTTAGE, 36 1 18, NEW, BUILT OF
Clap-Boards, with a Shingle roof con
sitting of three rooms. To be remored from
tbe premises. Apply to
U-t,f jy, A. fcUllAiii'iill & vv.
For Sale Cheap I
A NEW BOIIxEH
F 10-IIOnSE POWER WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and.
ith all the latest improTements, to bead at
low figure at
r A D0Z., ASSORTED QUALITIES, FOR
OU sale by
ll-3ra B0LLES t CO...
TEIt ROB'T COWAN, FINE RED
KAI,.MU.4, from I nzer Hirer.
1G0 Pounds White Clover 8eedl
17 THE0. H. DAVIES.
RI H A Is 31 O I !
In barrels or half barrels, for sale by
CASTLE A CO0EE.
PIANOS AND OTHER MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS Tuned and Repaired, by
CHAS. DERBY", at the Theatre.
Lessons given on the Piano and Gulkr.
Best of reference glTen. 51
BE IT REMEMBERED, THAT OX
tie 1st day of reUuary, A. D. IKS, J. W.H.
KAUWAIir, of tahaloa. Island of Maui, has depos
ited In this office tbe till of a book, tke right where
of bectaima as anther, la tbe words tUio-r!sg,ta
"XUIilXUHI 0 KANAKA HAWAIL"
5ow, therefore, know all Den by these preseata,
that I, L. Kamehamcha. TL H. M.'sHlsIsttrcfltt
teTior, In accordaace with a resolotlon of the Kins Is
Prlry Council, bearing date the Utb day at FtUrsa
rj, 1828, and by Tlrtae of tbe aatbority la aae Te4
by SecttoB 1st cf the geaeral profUtws of Article 4,
Qiapter 7, of tbe AcrtooraaoiM tbe Execatlre 9e
Ssutmeata laws lUi and 1846 do hereby gnat Be
to tbe said J. TT H. Xaawahl, his execators, adala
fstratursand asalxna, tb sole right and liberty ee
priatlax. rerrinting, paUishJnr aod rendioc; tbe saM
Look of forms la tim Haws&ur IsUoda. br lw term
of ten years from the ISth day cf February A. S.
la testimony whereof, X, L Kaaulu-aeha, BTm
Majettj's Kialstar of Interior, liars eavated
ft. s.1 the seal of tbe Interior OSaee to be hereaata
asaxsd, this ISth day of rswnarr. A. . MM.
Be it rrxtirj-XKi, that oc the aM day of Tatjfaa'
TT.A-D. 18W, J. -g. H. Kaawatl, of Isjssia, IstaaJ
of ManL In tocordaacsj wttb Secltoo M T sat Aei
'Toeacotirairs learnist; la this ffsaasliai, ay sua as
1st; tbe copies of charts, s-uca aaat IVatbs to the aa
thors and projatators of swsib eaja, . sasnri eat
tbe 31st day isT December, 1 8 ififjafilil la ttaw
cS4c a copj cf bis book, tnlhilM,
"KHHIXU1U 0 XX KASAKA KAWAII,"
Tbe risbta of which he elaasu aa astker.
In testbsoay whereof, I hare hiisiaH aat ar
r band and caased the seal of Mm lalaslsr sV
ruaitiaKtaseattOBe aAxed, a Msuuluea, s Mth
daj of Marce, X. D. lis.
raw. v. mtMW,