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It not unfrcqiicntly happens that wc re
ceive information of what has been going on
in distant parts of these Islands, through
the channel of thcniled States, where it
has made its appearance in print in the
?iiape of letters to friends, etc. If there he
an earthquake, 'volcanic eruption, or any
accident, largo or small, or any news wor
thy of type at all, it should not to sent off
to add to the interest of foreign journal
hut reserved for the usn of our own or ckso
the editorial fraternity will have- to petition!
the legislative hody for thccnaetment of a!
high export duty on all news not sent
through the legitimate channels. Whntsav
you of the Friend, Nonanona, and Monitor,
to this doctrine ? Upon looking over a
recently arrived nuinher of the .Missionary
Herald, puhlished at Huston, and which we!
are quite sure few hut religion readers rc, !
we found an account of the last great erup-!
tion at Hawaii. The particulars were as'
good as news to us, and we presume will Im i
to many of our readers. We give it on the !
first page, remarking th;it Mr. Conn excels j
in tliosB descriptions, ami carries th mind j
by the force and naturalness of his expres
sions, intcUlic very midst of the terrific and
wonderful phenomena he so graphicallv de-!
Wc make a goodly share of typographical j
hlumlers ourself, but we seldom get so near
the mark, and yet so far out of the way, as
in the following, from the X. V. Express:
" In the ship Globe, which put into I'aval
on the vMth of December, leaky, and with
loss of sails, bulwarks, &c. were two mistimx
families from Newark, and we believe others.
She was hound to the Sandwich Islands."
Temperance House. Our readers will
find in our advertising columns, the card
of Messrs. Rogers, Hassell Si Co., who
have recently opened a Temperance House,
in town. We would specially recommend
them to the patronage of the public on that
score, and equally so for the excellence
of their cookery, which we praise from trial.
Their charges also are moderate.
Carved Work. Among the furniture
brought by the King from Maui, we no
ticed two articles elaborately and tastefully
carved a bedstead and clock-case which
reflect much credit upon the makers, -Hal-stead
St Hoyt, of Lahaina. They are wor
thy the examination of the curious in such
matters. We need not look abroad for
superior cabinet-work hereafter, while the
country can produce such excellent speci
mens, both of work and woods.
On Sunday nr,'lit last, some disturbance was created
by u number nf sailors, armed with clubs, parading tin
streets, singing anil shouting in a manner calculated to
disturb the evening worship, an! alarm the timid anions
th foreign ladies. It seems two sailors having engaged
ia a (juarnd in a grog-shop, the keeper sent tor some
constables to separate, them. Whilst tin y wore doing
this, some other seamen came up and interfered. In the
ini'lee one received a wound, but we believe not a serious
one. Another statement declares the wound to have been
wantonly giwii. At all events, the sailors became enia
s'ed, and MVore they would have vengeance. Having
armed themselves, they paraded the streets in the man
ner before stated ; but were finally induced to go quietly
oil board their ships, without the authorities hciugoMigcd
to resort to furee. Sinee ihfll, threats have been littered
to the ellect that ships' erews would come ashore mid
mob the place. It n ji-esained that for the sake of their
'Countrymen and their families who reside here, all those
who have eo inn Ju l or iull iciiee over the turbulent sea
men, will exert it to see that they respect the rfnilatious
d the port, which are essential for the maintenance of
order ninl security. Nothing is more common in a
ports, than for Jack to have an antipathy to the police,
Hiid to wish for a brush with them. l!ut the law must be
allowed to take its course, and those disposed to infringe
it should understand that the local authorities have taken
Mich precautions for the maintenance of order, that any
ntteinpt nt mobisin will brin;,' up in thue engaged in it,
To tub r.ncron or rur. Poi.vnk.-m as: -,
Mr, filitnr, U is very much to be regretted that there
is no more christian feeling unions our advocate.-, of teni
jierauro, and that the leaders of the socielv can lake no
limts from n triea.l. romp-ire the article' sig.u-d T., iu
your paper of the gi ult., with tlie article about the
KJ'Mleaim with spectacle, and boots, ia tin Hawaiian
Cascade of the Mth ult. lam assured that this li-l
publication has done much mischief. Two gentlemen,
who before, ha several times attended the meetings of
the soejety, Ijoin,' asked a few evenings ago. whv lli -y
lid no longer attend the me.-tins, replied, " We ha've ta
ken warning from the g.-utl.-iii.ui with siieeiacics and
Vg 1 Proper subject to ,lwus in v-ur
Ffor, and worthy of jour ?penal rare,
lcb. 12, 1315. Vo.ua, H.
We give insertion to the above, to gratify our cones
pondent, but ns we do not receive the Cascade, we have
no knowledge of its contents. It is our opinion, howev
er, that personal allusions, hc-dde being ollcnsive, dero
?atc fmni the dignity nf the cause. No man should set
up hi- amount of enthusiasm or coolness in any cause as
the standard to which every one else should refer.
" kindm;," is the true lever to promote moral reform,
so says the gentleman who addressed the j.m iety this
week, and to it we would ndd tart in its application.
Conscience un lireeied by reason is a blind guide, and
kindness measured only in the giver s cup and bestowed
without regard to the feeling or ein mostances of the
recipient, is vi-ry apt to ilefeat its ow n intention. ',o;h
coiiscieme and philanthropy lose nothing by I ein,' i n-li:;htenel.
To TDK J'orrnn .- TI'K Pol. VNBSIAN.
Mr. r.iihir, lii jour paper of thesth in t.. In. (the
an article on theMiljc. t of ailcghncc. m-ii.- I Anglictts.
It is not my purpose in thus referring to it. to .-iio-r the
list "at this period." with you, Mr. I.diior, or w.'ih our
ci.riespoudeiii. in canvassing the merit ol a iptcstion
which ;,ou have illicitly intimated is disposed of. .m to
the a:i taction, im doubt, of ail whom interest orben-'vo-h
n.-e m;H incline to enter the ..ervi f t!ds i;oVcriilliclit.
Though I eanaot admit with jmi that it ha I i M
"thoroughly discussed."' the di-Vussjoii having been,
though proliiicied enough, all on one side.
?t is scarcely liei cssiiry to expose the fallacy of A il
,'!icu' (ieducti.ins. ba-ed upon what he terms "oppo-ite
doctrine.-. -- enleri. lined ,y England and the I nited
Mho s, lie has better understanding himself, mid is
lili.t.de;i o;i! ia supposing that otiiers i-im lie mi. led t , y
so leelile an ellori on i- part, f had nlvas supposed
ilia: Iviginud. im less than the United Stales', favmed the
policy of strengthening herself by the nationalization of
foreigners, wiif, this dilferenee, as' to t.he menus adopted
for the attainment nf the end. The former has accom
plishe I her purpose bv conouet, the latter by inviting
emigration. .Now will Amjliciis tell us, why the rtiin
citizen should be moivvicliiicd to reuoum e ti 1 1 i -am-e
to the country of his adoption, than lie who is, by
necessity, the subject nf a government whicli may or may
nut be that of his choice
If he cm irivc us more li'Jit on this subject, it will, no
doubt, I e suiia! !e to his purpose, which is (it is nppa
reuD tocnst an imputation d' ineoiisisteucy upon those,
who, like himself, ure unwilling to denationalize them
selves for the beiu tit nf this government in pursuance
of a poliey by w hii h their own country has been beneiit
ed. Hut A alliens is a jewel of consistency himself, and
you. Mr. Ivlitor. must teel prodigiously streirthened bv
such suppiirl. i'r. om sui h tin advocate, in a cause which
you have vindicated with so much zeal and ability both
by precept nud pnclice. To be serious however, I'udmit
that some credit is due your frientl for his kind sues
tions; I nt. unl'ortunatefv for his sincerity, they want the
sanction of his own crumple.
What eonti deuce could we have in an advocate of
Christianity or of temperance, who should openly avow
his uversion to or dideiief in the. doctric.s which lie
When Ansrlicus him-clf changes his allegiance, he may
then without fear of bein reproached with hyj)ocriy,
say to his friends, ' ye and !o likewise."
One word more to An?licus Slum hi he fail in his
laudable endeavors to instill into Americans, uiiioruhle
sentiments, which are repugnant to him m If, I would re
spectfully surest, whether it may not be his duty to
leave these incnrriirihlcs to walk by their own li',dit, and
to try the ellect of his persuasions upon his countrymen.
Probably they may hear him.
Died In this town, on Tuesday tho 11th hist.,
Mr. Nklhds II am., of Concord, N. II. (U. S. A.)
lata a member of the Hawaiian Total Ahst inenco
Union; and a Compositor in this otlice. Ayed S3.
s 1 1 1 1 i' i j i t i : . . i : i : t i :
F O It T 1 1 K P O H T O F HON 0 I. U L U
A It 11 I V K 1) .
Fid). 10 Am. uli ilc-ship Canada, Tophatn, New
I5edfo.il 2ti months; 30111) hale. From Maui.
So'.r about a week sinco oil" Kearokcku.i Hay,
Am. w 'halo-ship Maine, Edwards, henco; 1 S5 sp.
S A I I. F. I) .
Am. brig Delaware, Pell; Fall Hivcr, U. S. A.
So i mm n u M km on a n ia. SliijHrreck. On
Monday tnornim.', ut early daylight, tlio sch. Pilot,
fiom Kauai, went ashore on tho reef, a thort dis
tance fiom tho haibor, w here she lias since, re
mained, "radually breaking up. The hull as it lav,
mid niatci i lls saved from her, were sold on the 11th,
at Auction, for .fldO.
The we it her during the past week has been verv
stormy, and the wind oil' shoro uccedin:ly strong.
On Monday tho liigate iirvndywiuo dragged from
her aiH borate, got under weigh and stood oil' and
on until Friday morning, when she again came to
anchor, having split riiuny of her saihs.
ON SATlMiDAV, the 22nd of Fel.ruarv next, at
11) o'clock A. M.. I shall sell at Public Auc
tion, to the. highest biilder, a fust rate CNWONO
MF.TKU, and n final) rpiantitv of COAI.S, levied
upon pursuant to execution issued at tho Court
of Admiralty of Oahu. II. HOVD,
Honolulu Jan. 2S, IS 13. llijh Slur if.
Cop.irt nership Notice,
rRHIM subscribers have this day formed n rn.
.a., partnership umler the linn of HDKVF ivi
1 1 ATI I A WA V, for tho purposo of earn ing on the
HOOT iiiJ SllOIC iiiaiiufdctuiiug biisiiicsi in all
its branches ; and would rc-jicct fully solicit a share
of tho public patronage.
N. H. Their shop is opposite, tho Seaman's
Chapel " sign of the large boot."
Honolulu, Jan I. m.V (Fl 3 )
RECL1VK1) and for sale by K. & II. C.UIMKS,
10 boxes clay Pipe., ? boxes honey dew
Tobacco, 12 do. inatiiif.ictiircd do., 10 boxes (20 lbs.
each) family Soap, 10 boxes Harrison Soap, U cases
sowed Hrogans, 4 cases pegced do., 15 do.. Look
ing (Classes, 12 Measuring Tapes, o'-t ps. Moscbeto
Netting, 1U0 galls. Spitits Turpentine, i0 gallsi.
Fi'glish Linseed Oil (boiled), 4000 lbs. extra No. 1
White Lead, o()0 lbs. green Paint, 10 cans Verdi
gris, 10 cans black Paint. 30 kegs yellow Paint, 20
bbls. Heel", G doz. Copal Varnish', ti'bbls bright Co
pal Variii.di, 3 bhls, Cider Vinegar, 21 groce metal
15 race. Uuttons, 20 reams Wrapping Paper, 20 rins
Linen Wiiiing Paper, 10 bbls. loasted and ground
Collce, tl do, pit and ut Saws, 20 do, do. do. do.
Files, 30 do.. Plates, Hams, Cheese, 10 casks
Sherry Wine, 21 casks Madei.a do., 20 casks old
Port do., 10 casks Ale, 2 do.. Axes. (I'lOtf)
nnlftl to I'm clinse,
A FIRST It ATI', tilt; 1IOKSK; Also, a saddle
JU. Horse, suitable for a ladv, sound, gent le, mid
None but the lest animals need
of good action
be oilered. Apply at this ollice
llli.NOI.fLl-, OA in-
To in pet it nee House,
o.i:n id nr.c. 23, 184 I.
IxOtJF.HS CO., would re-
ILPiP' pectlullv mtorm their fiiends and the lmblic,
that they hae oponed a house for the accommoda
tion of the fi ii mis of Temperance, and will be happv
to serve them. J5y perse era nee and attention to
business, they hope to receive a shale uf the public
PIKS, CAKKS, and CONFF.CTIONKUV,
constantly on hand.
Families, parties, fc. supplied to order.
Honolulu, O ihu, Feb. Mh, lsi-13. 3w
rniversnl Hotel, or L'lloti I U- ITnivfrs.
1, II A 1 N A . JIAI-I.
Till- Subscriber takes this public opportu-
I'lICJ llltV til Ilitlll'MI 1,14 Imi'IiiL l"ll)tnllld nl.it .('
cers of ships arriin', that he lias oj eiicd a Hotel
at Lahaina, Island of Maui, and hopes by a stiict
attention to business, and moderate chan-os, to
merit their patronage and fivor.
Lahaina, Jan. 27, 1 845. (!S3w)
The intention of this notice is not to
barr any claimants who do not present
their claims, but it is to enable the un
dersigned, in presence of the Probate
Judge, to pay wholly or pro-rata, the
debts of said deceased, at the end of
the saitl sixty days, or as soon there
after as the assets can be converted into
money, and the balance to Ahchoc, the
residuary legatee, in Macao, China, and
for this good reason, all claimants who
shall not have made known their claims
on or before the expiration of the said
sixty days, cannot expect to participate
in any pro-rata payment whicli may on
that day be made.
Honolulu, Oahu, Feb. 10, 1815.
K.r.J'or the ICatule of the Uilv Ahung, Jtc.
0 na men Uakauia malalo nei nn luna
hoopouopono waiwai c like me ka pa
lapala kauoha a Ahana i ka men i make
ma Honolulu, 11:1 hooiaioia ua palapala
la c malum imua o k;i lunakanawai, a
ua loan ia malum na palapala oihaua
no kcia mca, nolaila ke hoakaka aku
nei malum ma ke akea, ua olelo inai ka
ahahookolokolo Oahu, e hoopouopono
e hooL hoi a c ae aku i na aic o na mea
si ian i aic aku ai na waiwai hooilina
la, mawaena o na la he kanaono mai
kcia la aku.
Nolaila e laweia intii na aic i ike pono
na mca i kakauia malalo nei, ma ko la
kon wahi hatm, wahi noho paha ma
"HOIl SAI.K low, s Window Frames ami Win
mL ilows complete, with large sized jlass: bv
Feb. a tf PATV i. CO. j
Horse for Kale.
SALE, A good Saddle HOUsF., suitablo
A. for a lady or gentleman has been rode bv
both. A superior English Sahplk, saddle cloth",
and bridle, and iiccoutreincnls, can go with him,
if desired. A pply at this otlice. (cop tf) l'S
! Aole i inaiiaoia e polio loa ka poc hoike
ole mai i ko lakou aic aka, e pono keia
CiOOD COMPOSITORS can find constant em
ployinent at this ollicc. JQKxtra pay al
lowed for night work. F8
Flour and Salmon.
UST received bv tho Hudson Hay Company's
3 bmiue, and for sale bv their Agents. (iLOlUiL
PLLLY and (JKOIM.'K T. 'ALLAN,
HJ0 bids, fresh Columbia FLOUR;
34S bbls. salted SALMON.
Honolulu, Jan. 1st., 1 S 43.
I'ine and Cedar Shingles,
'INK and Cedar Shingles,
for sale by
L tf E. & II. Glil.MES.
Feb. 1. tf
BV fiEOHfJE PELLY and HEOIUJE T. AL
LAN, Agents of the Hudson's Hay Company,
on very moderate terms:
Very superior old Sherry and Port WINE, in bottles;
Tenorille Wine, in iiarter casks and bottles;
An English painted Room OIL CLOTH, 20 ft. by 15;
A few caskH of superior COFFEE. Jan.' l.
INSTATE OF FRENCH & (JREENWAY.
JL The creditor of this Estate me notified, that
the day of final Report, lived by tho Chancellor's
Onler, heietofoie published, is 2U7. .March nr.it, on
which day all claims against said Estate, not pre
sented to the undersigned for settlement, will be
finally and forever barred. Claimants on tho estate,
must present tl-eir claims anew without regard to
whether they hae ever been before presented to
Alexander Simpson, Henry Skinner and Stephen
Rewiobls. late calling themselves Assignees of
Francis John (Jreenway; or to Stephen Reynolds
and William Lathi, late calling themselves Assignees
of William Flench; and also, without regard to
whether their said claims have ever been before
presented to the Commitlee of Enquiry, or to tho
meetings of cieditois heietofoie held oer said (is.
tale, or to Consuls, or to the local Courts of the
Islands; ns ihe undersigned is not uiifhniied by tho
Court of Chancery to hunt up claims against the
estate, and will take notice of none not olliciallv
addressed to him. JOHN R1CORIJ, "
.iijiii'lnliiiz .7;'V nf Rxlnlc of Frenr, (j , icmrnj,
Honolulu, Jan. Dili, Is I.). (iw
Jt.ir'Thc uiultrsirncd, Kxccutors Tes
tamentary of the will of Ahiinir, late of
Honolulu deceased, havinu caused the
said will to be admitted to Probate, and
having received Lettors Testamentary
thereon, do hereby pive public notice
that they tire directed by the Court of
Oahu, to receive and admit or contest
all claims of all persons against said
Estate, during the space of sixty days
from this date.
For this purpose, claimants on said
estate are invited to present their de
mands to either of the undcrsi'rned, at
their usual places of Imsiucsh or tit their
resiliences in Honolulu,
i mca e hiki ai i na mca i kakauia ma-
lalo tiei ke uku imua i ka lunakanawai
hooilina, elikc me ke ana o ka waiwai
no na aie o ka mca i make ke maopopo
ma ka pan ana o ua mail la, a i ole ia,
ma ka manawa e loaa mai ai ke dala
noloko mai o ka waiwai, a e uku hoi
ke kocna ia Ahchoc ka hooilina e noho
ana ma Makao, Kino, a no keia mea,
aole e pono e manao na mea aie c loaa
iki ko lakou ke hoike ole mai lakou i ko
lakou kule ana iwaena o ua man la ka
naono la, e like me ka manao e uku ai
Kakauia ma Honolulu, Oahu, 10 Febe
ruari, 1815. M. KKKUANAOA.
Kukala waiwai Hooilina.
fCpUa hoakakaia mai ia'u i ka Luna
kanawai no na hooilina ka mca i kauia
ka inoa malalo nei, aole i lawa ka wai
wai lewa o JosF.ru r$Eiroru e kaa ai i
kona man aie, a nolaila ua kupono ke
kuai aku i kona waiwai paa, a no ka
mea, i kona tva c make ai he hale ko Bed
ford ma Honolulu nei, makai o ka pa
0 Alika Alexander Adams, a ma ka aoao
maWaikiki oka pa oPeterAnderson,aoIe
uac i maopopo ke kulcana o ka aina, o
no ka mea ua pau ilio nei ua hale la i
Nolaila, ke olelo aku nei du ia Robert
IJoyd, ka mca i kohaia i Luna nana e
hoopouopono i ua waiwai hooilina la,
nana no e kukala i ua aina la a lilo ko
na kuleana i kekahi o na kanaka Hawaii
1 ka mea koho nui i ka la 26 o Feberti
ari, bora 10 o kakahiaka, i mea ekaaai
Kauia ko'u inoa i keia la 4 o Febciuari,
1815 ma ka Papu o Honolulu.
'3w M. K KKUANAOA.
In Probate Court.
rrjHE Adtninstrator of Euwaiid Jackko.h
Jl. coased, having filed his inventory of tlio pro
perly of s.iid deceased, in this Court, by which it
uppears that said property is in dispute, and that
certain articles thereof are claimed as the private
property of sundry persons, w hich has become eom
ini.ed with the property of said deceased.
All persons are notified to appear before tho un
designed Judge of Probate, ut nis ofuco in the Fort
of 1 lonolulii, on Tuesday tho 18th tlav of February
instant, nt it o'clock A." M., to identffy and prove
their property, before the said adminstrator proceed
to sidl tho assets of said deceased.
(Jiven under my hand at Chamber, this 4th
February 1815. M. KEKUANA0A.
NO ka lue.i ua w niho mai ka luna nana o hoopono
pouo i ka wuiwai hooilina o Kdwah d Jackson
alilo i kci i ahahookolokolo k a pu la pa In hookaka i
ka waiwai o ka mea i make, a maopopo malaila
kekahi man mea ua hoopaapaaiai a olelo kekahi
poo no kakou kekahi waiwai ua hnikau inc ko ka
mea i make.
Nolaila, e lohe na mea a pan ma kcia palapala,
0 helo mai lakou imua o'u ka Lunakanawai no na
hooilina ma ko'u halo ma ka papu Tuscde 18 o
Feberu iri nei horu it o kukabiaka, e Jiooiaio i ko
lakou kulouna i ua wuiw ai la, marnua oko kuai aim
1 ua waiwai hooilina la.
Kaui i ko'u lima ma ko'u hale i keia la 4 o Frbe
niiiri HI.V 2w. M. KEKUANAOA.