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TBEi BOILirifei ATURDAY: JULY 11. 1846., '
31 Mr. Wilkes computes the cost vof the road es fob. i lowi Three thousand toiler of railroad, it $25, 000 pr mile, ill amount to $75,000,000. Deduct the land damages from that amount, and it will leate, as the whole expense of building a railroad to Oregon, tbe unipf seventy-one millions two bun Jred and fiAy thousand dollars. This item of intelligence will doubtless bo Inter f?ting to some of our readers who contemplate re turning to the -United States; but we fear their hopes of steaming it over the Rocky Mountains in to short a time as eight days, will be deferred for sometime.' ; ' . .. .(.. . . . .' ..' ' ' : jc3.We understand proposals have been accept ed by the post Office Department at Washington for tbe transportation of a mail once a month from New York to ; Chagres and overland to Panama. .Two vessels are to be employed on that side, one to sail from each of the' above ports on the first of every montn. ;Three vessels are to-be employed on this side, the precise route, of which we are unable to give.' Rumor says we are to be included in it; but from the importance which Oregon is assuming,' we should presume the government of the United State's haa that place in contemplation. We may be con- - 0 "eidercd selfish in our pfans, but we think the best rranffement would be to come direct from Panama. . , 7 to this place, from here to Columbia River and back to Panama, touching at San Francisco. ' The irregmaruy arm uncertainly aucnumg our mails has been great source, of .vexation. This route possesses many advanragss over the ono via Mazatlan, on acc6unt of the short distance which the mails will have to be carried. by land, and the . . L! 1 n'JL. I . L . . J .-: aI 'A? uncertainly wnicn aienus mw irariepuriiiuoii mruujja Mexico. It will be found necessary to employ steam in the bay of Panama, on account of the long calms which prevail there. With , steam' propellers this side, the trip from New York to this place can ea ilv Ca made in 60 Java. It will afford trreat facili- viies to Business here, and'doubtlesa many.etnigrants for Oregon and California ill take tbsf route in pre ference to coming over the mountains. r 1j . , vttnc,n C0!un3ute n amotesen tial degree to the preservation of health. Children, weak and feeble in limb, will, bv this exercise, im' oercentihlw imhIm ...... ' ... . . r V V. J .? . ? w T,wr n ins oieer nana, when the pupil is healthy and stronir. the mum!.. of dancing will retain and increase his stronath Dancina ia all inA, u. i. .. a - vvimunig iv luu .ivruiKiion oi ine manners, by importing a graceful mien and becom ing address to the learner, and by teaching him to walk with propriety and ease. Like every other bodily exercise, it gives a moral confidence to the demeanor which natural elegance of manner will not entirely supply. The early moulding, of the body to the most polished attitudes lends to vouth the graceful carriage of mature age; and ease of manner once attained in early life, it is impossible to lose in after years. , As Good as Punch. The Pekin Visitor says : Coming home a few mornings since, we met a man attempting to walk on both sides of the street. By a skilful manoeuvre we passed between him." BY AUTHORITY. Licenses granted by the Minister of the In ; terior, for the rear ending July 1, 1917. - : Island or Oahv. TO WHOLESALE GOODS, WABE4 AND MtBCIlANDlSC. AwNiCtii.A.'rioN or TImk and Space. The vnt imnlrtxnre of the magnetic tow9ras a medium ....r,.- , , f . . ' of communication, is awakening a deep interest m the public mind. It is but a short time since tbe clis covery was made but already it connects the prin .'irtnl ritipB ft f the United States. A line was"c$- . - - . bectel'ta be completed by the 1st of May from Bos ion to Waehington, so that the'nerby the steam- ahlns wou!d be received in .Washington betore the J. steamer touched the Wharf.- A lino is established from Boston to Nantucket, and from New York to Coney Island, for tho, purpose of obtaining marine news at the oarliesjWment. A line is nearly fin hftd between NewYorkl.and BurTalo, In a .short time the whole countrywill be boundjogcthcr by thw invisible agency, and the extremities of her? vast territory, be brought into a circle of communities within five minutes communication with each other. We see by an exchange paper, that ytwo gen tlemen, one in New York and the other in Philadel phia, were playing a game of tenpin?, and communi- . eating "the reeolfTlngh the magnetic telegraph. It affords us great pleasure to record the delicate atten tion of the Congress of ths United States of Ame rica to the Hawaiian Govebnmemt, whieh appears in the follovving oflicial notes, Interchanged between the Commissioner of the United States and the Minister of Forei-a Relations. " ' Office U. S. Commission, ) , Honolulu. July 2d, 1346. Sia Irt pursuance of a joint resolution of the Congress of the United Sutes of A merica. of the 20th of Februa. ry.'ArD: 18151 have been famished by the Department of State of the United States, for presentation to the Ha waiian.feovernmAt, one copy of the "Narrative of the U. Exploring -Expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, .1340, 1341 and 184-1, by Charles Wilkes, Esq., U. S. Na vj'i Commaa4er of the expedition,", Ha . f The narrative consi$ts of five volumes, with an accom panying atlas, uhich it nfTords me great pleasure to have the honorof pre senting in the name of my Government, through you, to the Government of His Hawaiian Ma jesty. ' ,4?h' ' The present is the first ,pary of, .Jhetrork , nowvin the course of publication. .The,teraiaiiig parts will be trans mitted to your Excellency from time to time as they shall b.e completed and received fcy me. '' The lai arcr portion Jof . the fourth 'volume, as you will perceive, is devoted to ilie Hawaiian Islands, and is em belished with very excellent' and truthful engraved like ncsscs, as I am informed, of His MajestJr,4rKtag,Md the late lameiited Premier, KckauhwhQ , , .. .. I improve, with pleasure, !this opportunity of repeatipg to you the assurance of mv very distinguished considera tion. ' A.TenEyck. His Excellency," It. C. Wvllie, H. H. M.'s Minister of f oreign neiauous , ... jf.j ' Tkb FovaTff or ; Jut. y. The U. S. store ehip ' Erie fired a salute at 12 o'clock, which was returned by4he fort. '. The d"ay passed off very pleasantly, and order and quiet prevailed throughout . the town. A degree of enthusiasm was displayed, diversifi ed by the various testes which abound ' in our community. We noticed one lum-nui ign hoisted on the carriage, the driver quietly smok ingis cigar, and his compatriot making tbe town resound with the shrill notes of the bugle. tr-jThe American wha"lesl; America, of Sag Harbor, is at Lahina.havingput m on account of the Loss of Captain Pearsonand three men, who. were killed by a whale'. We have not been able to ascer tain the particulars or rtie names of those killed. - ' ""'"7 i r ' ; lc3 Wiiliam Taylor and John Stanley, be ring leaders in the'mutiny on board the "Meteor," es caped from' the fort, and are supposed to have gone " in the ship Brooklyn to CaHfornia. ; , . ' ; r. We havTreIive3 communication from the Edi towhose departure we omitted . to .chronicle, last weeWr t will account for the our" last number. The communication eame to hand too late for insenioa in to-day's paper. , s,,, y -We think the following touching appeal j the hearts of the most relentless peecutor, of the harm- leu bustles . V ' ' Streeter, spare that thing . , , The ladies wear behind, . The Ridicule you fling . i Is cruel and unkind. , - , - Fofeign Office, July 3d, 1916. Sib : I am commanded by the King, in repiy io your letter of yesterday, to express to you the respect and plea sure with which His Majesty and his Government have receive&j'thejiopy of the Narrative of the United Slates Exploring Expedition during the years 1838, 1839 1840, 1841 and 1842, by Charles Wilkes, Esquire, U. S. Navy, Commauder of thai Expedition, presented to thetn, through you, in pursuance of a joint resolution of the Con press of the United States of America, passed on the 30th January, 1813. , . Thave the honor further to assure you, that whether as s the author, the subject, the august body ordering it to be presented, or the medium through which it has been presented, nothing could be received as a more wel come or honorable compliment to the King and His Ma jesty's Government. f . - 1 It is His Mn jest j 's request mat mcse senumeni iw communicated, through you, to the Congress of the Unit. ed States, and to Charles Wilkes, Esquire, ottne unnea States Navy, who, as a gentleman and otlicer, is uigi estceroed on these islands. t I have the honor to be, with the most distinguisaed consideration';' Sir, Your most obedient, humble servant, ' ' fSiimedl H. C. Wvllie. Anthony Tbh Evck, Esquibb, Unfted States Commis sioner, &c., &c., (A. ' . t t tK nomestics and servants employed by TVn P.vi-k. Esauire. Commissioner of the Unit- i c.s tho immunities provided formec. ea - f tions 10 11 and 12 of part second of the SecTfod Act of Kamehameha IIL, enUtled An Act to organize in. Departments of tbe Ilawanon "X';'- EUzaRice, , ; I Z v James Pspihole, : f. , BeuyTapihole,, v Harry Eletah. ' 1 A..TANO F.OM P7'JS7w "Connecticut deacon was Caching a ver y po ..ble pair of oxen to i,?;, -of wood. A neighbor ak"t wth B0 poor to get to larrfe a load to T he 0xpecte4 team. The good deacon t replied that J to have some assistance k w t u His neighbor asked hm whether wou w well to dispeniefttiroly with the oxen, eUi Providce draw the whole load. , y , -'? : . , :. .1 nBf'Ca and' servants employed by r LM oi .1 iian IaUuidi,: V?y ;W;';.-x.-.-.-;t 'aiC '' C. Lelarsa' t(-j kv. ; t .;'. - Nonno; -; :. f . ; Namana, -A. ;::v Keaoi, ,,'-:- ;,v Koma? .: rr Kokonahi; ,'!. Ifcaunw, V.r-:-i.''f'-, '-.i '"-- Stephen Reynolds, ' C. Brewer fit Co., Starkey , Janion L Co., E.C.Webster, Juries & Makee, -H. ' Skinner & Co., J. M. Cazanavi, E & II. Grimes, Samsing&Co., ! Tyboun, . ? 1 i J. B. McClurg &. Co., . Pclly & Allan, Ricker & Johnson, j J. B. Marpiltero. TO BETA1L GOODS, WABES ANO MEBCHANDUE. Isaac Montgomery, . Iona Piikoi, . " E. & II. Grimes, two,' ; G. D. Oilman, Louis Gravicr, ' Starkey, Janion & Co., John G. Lewis, Dickson & Hay, . R. G. Davis, J. B. McClurg 4t Co.' ,J John G. Munn, v F. G. Blume, ; , Pelly & Allan, , j ' Rickec & Johnson, . J. B. Marpillcro. ' ' ' ' James Austin, : Stephen Reynoldj, three. " C. Brewer & Co., J. Robinson & Co., ! ' Samsing & Co., ' Hungwa, . Tyhoun, threci John Ladd, ' E.C. Welmter,". " . C. II. Nicholson, Jones & Makce, . E. II. Boardman, II. Skinner, &i Co., i " ; J. M. Carxanavi, " '.. i .. TO WHOLESALB SPIBITVOUS LIQUORS. C. Brewer & Co., Starkey, Janion fit Co., Pelly &AHan, J. M. Carzanavi, E. eVH. Grimes.' TO RETAIL. JP1BITUOUS LIQUORS. - ,t BV THB BOTTLB. .. H. McFarlane, ' Hungwa, Jas. Robinson St Co., J. B. McClurg & Co., - H. Skinner & Co., J. B. Marpillero, .1: ; ' J. O. Carter, Pierre. Le Guevel, S. Thompson, Joseph Booth, Ahsing, R. Bojd. it. McFarlane, J. O. Carter, Robert Lawrence, SIIISIUFF'S SALE. TTN virtuo of ah execution issued by the Court of U ttniinlnlii ' nti tlm i)t ultinin. nirain! Mmhi-h. Ladd & Co., in favor of Messrs. Pelly & Allnn, for . I 1 . .. y A A .... - ... ! ! - 0 m ine sum oi 49, my hjhiiuissiuh u per ci.r the cotts of court ,and my expenses of levy advertise ment and vale, I shall sull at public auction, to the highest bidder, on Tuesday, August 4th, 184G, at I (J A t a . I ilia liK if hit..... sionand the occupation of the lower room of the store situated in the centro of the Premises of Messrs. Ladd & Co., facing the wharf, and lately occupied by Messrs. E. & II. Grimes, for the term of one year from the day of sale, unless the said ex ecution ia previously satisfied. v it. iiign anenn. Honolulu, July 4, 1846. t je 4 4t v . NOTICK.71' TIIU undersigned have this day ' entered into a. copartnership at Honolulu and Lahaina, Ha waiian Islands, under the firm of J. B. McCLURQ &CO. JAMES B. McCLURO, ' 4 ALEXANDER G. A BELL HENRY ChEEVER. ' tl.u....... .1.'T..1.. 1S4A ' - i' I " J. II. McCLUIG &'C0, . DEALERS IWVj ' .' Ship Chandliry, GeneraiMcrchandixi . -, j ' and Hawaiian Produce, ," '.? HonolV.u, Island op Oahw, anHIslahm. , ijr Lahaina, Island op Maui, caJ j . - WILL keep constantly on hand t:-'-for sole, all kinds of mcrchanclire usually jifX y whale ships and other vessels arriving at eithir ju the above named ports ; in Honolulu at the f:. 1 .i i " .i e r k.. 1 . I BY THE OLAsS John Antonio Mannel, ; II. Zupplien, Macduir, : ' " 'r- A RjSS m''.rmw".iwit" hotels. Hungwa,. S-rVy lVrreUC.!'- i Ihuula. Kniku,; Nahaloluau Hungwa, Robert Boyd, lit, John Niles, . , Hungwa, , , Thomas LivJ:, ;, t Owana, . ? ' V ih 0 t VICTVALLIa KOUSIS John Macduff, Joseph Traiso, Kealoha, . P. S. Augustus, f Owana BILLIARD TAitlES""'. ' $ t .' ' J.teXarier.J C - PieVLeGucveI.5 i . . - BOWLINO ALLEYS. r - George FrieJ, William World, Antonio Manuel. , ' . uiwvM) ivn pr.nt rn. - John Kalili. two, , Isoh Le wisj t wo, ,"1 ' Kopelaffj - - Kuaikauna, ! V " Kahawf, JCeoni Holo. v, , fc. AUCTOKEEKS. f IX MONTHS. v f - ?. J.R. Von Poster,; -4 A. P. Everett, 4 ) j ''.'' ' periodcal. ' ' '; ' ;' ' The " Friend" newspaper, Rev. S. C. Damon, Publisher. ' . . . l. moist liberal terms. jy 4 tf . . . i ' $ 1 V1" ' '!" 1 " ""." U7FS SALE. ' ;- . - V TfAn '"yiti'vt. .184B. at 11 o'clock: A. M. J J t V: !l tiu-vn tfi.hu said at nublic auction on the prjMmseu to theTghest biddor,' in virtuo' of an execution issued bjMhe court of Honolulu,, on tho tlh ofr.Iay h't, tgainst Anthony Jenkins in favor of Vm. JLTaylofijiH the right, title1 and interest bfa:d Anttoiiy Jehkmo in a certain bowling alley, gati at Traikiki, and formerly in the occupation t, CrS-3 trontjomcrytmretheeaid execution ii p-ioik tz lr.ad. . Particular ht ti.e,of,sale. ':.&ZJ--: :. ,'..:i:;' l.f H. SEA, High ShcriiT. ar ciiir; goods, &c.ict 1f Car j tl tiO ; 1 Bilk ido rU j do; . Mor,-,i,txtV' .'VC1a ,r inark. , Satin-: TO VZte' uls white 1 ;,100 cords fire iVoo" copoer Nails vTlfoO bble new ghctkW'iUJO Ibis Lime. For sale bv my 2 7 O ' E. & GRIMES . ..... ' : . -. London, ... I'aris, - ,. New York,' ' LATEST DATES : '; ; " ; f-... ' Mari: 17 Mazatlan, - -'April 4 i . iMnr. Ifi Tahiti, - ... May .23 . - Mar. 26 China, - - -' Mar 3 THE POLYNESIAN . V xvi a ni it is jouh w ai -PORT OF HONOLULU. ,, ...... SAILED. May 9. fihlp MMa, l)avi, lo rriUe., ; . COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. I.,'. ; frnilE undersigned have this day enterf' (to a ' JU. copaftnefthip for the purpbsof car on a S.IIf CUANBLIRY AIfD GxfThV jftAW- ny v. j. k JOHNSON, at the store rtccvly es V Whalers supplied -at 'ahort.'r-t! Y t i S V eral ternia V , , . .' O. V. ' lIopf opvLu, June 15, 1848. , , - tf TTUST PUDLISIIED 'A WD rJAT Tins orricis ST ATITTK TAWS OP TIII: tit in Enelish and irawnliftn. , 00 Hawaiian $1,00. ; ;:V;.;:"v ' ;'.'It.V '-': i I - Office of the ColleAtob of Cpstoms. ' IfWIC.l? im Itoral.v rrivon ihnt hornftop tli hmira nf transacting business at this office will be, on ail days, Sunday's wxcepted, from 9 o'clock, A. M., to 4 o'clock, w ' ' xrii t f 4 'pit irn. Honolulu, July 4, 1846. ., . .. NOTICE. '.' . DkPABTMENT OF THE lNTKUIOR, . I.urcau of Naturalization. ) Aliens residing and doing business in anypart of this kinjrdom are rrquirt'd by sections 6 and 7 of article 1, chapter 8 of the act to organize the executive depart meut.tb enrol themselves at this office, and receive cer tificates of nationality, " in ordr to the validity of their transactions and to the valid acquisition of advantages." Such certificates may be obtained at any time, end all foreigners are invited to" come forward and receive juwrn, lest their transactions with each other ahould be invali dated in our courts of justice. . ; Applications may be made through II. S. Swiuton,fc.sn. at Lahaina, Uenjamin Pitman, Es. at Hilo, and Ood frcy Rhodes, Esq. at Hanalei, which will be promptly attended to. , " JOHN YOUNO, ; ; Minuter oj Jntenor. ; Heme Office, Honolulu, 27th June, 1846. ... TO LET, - ' WITH immediata possession, the dwell- ' TIAI1CP ' 1 !.p!M ' n C iV.iw n-.y.l room.'toeetner wun a large aaooia i-.. ' i l 4J houfle. newly mtea up, cook uou ana other conveniences, etc., it., mo on the left hand side of the newly made road lead ing from Honolulu to Waikiki. and formerly in the occupation of Mr. Johnstone. J '-' "The above h well adapted for a family, havinff a large' piece' of land round the dwelling and three good well on the premises: ' ; " A further oarticulars apply to. II. SEA. v 7 . w 2- tf P K "i .....T.pp'Ti.P.i.. P. I I .! IP II 'I f.;-i- JUST RECEIVED fiv TTTXR D. CO.'S . VAHiVUtnu, lr'and for sale by their Agents, G PEaVtV JTc. T. ALLAN, --Vr ri 658 Barrels Flour, 1C0 Carrels gtlmon, 8S,C50 Shingles, TO.000 ft. Plank ind Boards. iniri, Mu..ii;n. IiniTKr" nul'!- land formerly owned by Pichard Ford.' It ie wtuated on Waikiki loins jn the plea BI... Jr-ni nart. at the tooi ot Maiwk Val-; Icy, and is a fte place for eithora store or a private dwelling. For terms and further POT10 'jc20 tf : ' ;'" iv'"' ' JOHN N1LL.3. u 4 !?,rt : TiioMAs wATKiNkfp; DAEDEIl AIID XI AinDXirSOODlT, WOHL11 reBpectfully mrorm the puouc ina b has opened a shop next doojr to the Can ton Hotel, whero he will be bappy to wait upon rrentlcmcn at all hours of the duy and evening. ; lie noes, oy prompm- u owvu.iw.. i ncss, to merit a share of public patronage. , , my 23..- :l ' - - 3w niJILDING AND CABINET MAKING, ; LAHAINA, MAUI. -?:: : 171 A. WILSON would inform the public that IA m he is prepared to , execute with neatness and. despatch, and on tho most reasonable terms, all or ders in the Building and Cabinet Making hne at the shop formerly occupied by Mr. L. L. Terbert, La- JoVIMtYMSN lolners and S cabi- net makers. JNone but good workmqp and sober men need r pply. : ' n,T . For liale t t&U 9?, JXv TTARVES'S HiaTdar oV SAi nwicHlU'W."-. cU 2d edition, Boston, with nap0d pUfes price $3. ,, ' '''- ' " t a -,? ' ; . SCKWES ? AK 8CEW IH SAWttWICH Is- lambs and Cswtbai. Ammica by naoio anther, EwOMH ARP HawAIIAS DlCTIOWAaT, jt issued from the preiMat Lahainalsna -184 pp. r? Sept. 27. :V-..V'c't:-:,; 'i n.' ".:'""'' ' . 1L -L . , ,. . . , .jl.....,.,.. i m wr r"1 CIIOOL 8LATEFrve zenrtti best English school ba?, ' w0U?"7' for sale at this effte; c to f7 per doxen.or WW t 7 cents per Utt.-'f : . C . n1 polv: TTTACK WIJ5:n OPTHR llL) MAW -For eale - '.. t... ' -j . 3 1 Honolulu, April lSj ti4. . aww -. - r murmur .OT'----';;J 5' ' '' '.'. Mi i ' ' ' .".-. ' '.- All men can see and