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THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1846.
Okegow Spectator. We arc indebted, to
George Pelljr, Esq., for a file of this paper to May
23, and a number of July 23d. They contain no
political news of moment, but are interesting as in
dicating the rapid progress of this new country.
Their columns are thickly filled with "By Authority"
nets of the Legislature, Statute Law s and appoint
ments. Those who complain of the burden of our
columns in this repped had Letter take aglancoat
the Oregon Spectator. It leave us far behind ; the
wholo territory is wide awake for new laws, caucus
es, canvassing, etc. All the machinery of a repub
lican government in its most democratic form is
jroing ahead " finely. Succcess to the hardy set
tlers. May their government suit them to a man.
As it is entirely of their own manufacture, it w ill be
their own fault if it do not.
There is much dry humor and hard hits in some of
the communications. We quote a few.
Notice to Mariners-We beg to call the attention
oftho-e naviaiiii? the Columbia waters, to a hidden
danger abreast of Fort Vancouver, lately discovered by
Capt. Scarborough of the chr. Cadboro'. This is a sandy
spit or-lnva reef, cloe to Menzie's island, that muvthavo
su Idenly formed by some peculiar influence, as it lias
hitherto escaped the worthy Captain's eye, now nearly a
quarter of a century experienced in the river. Its hearings
ars as follows: when the stables are just opon to the
eastward of the new salmon More, you nreofHts east end
and by keeping Mount Hood well shut in with the point
above the upper landing at Vancouver, will carry you
snfe down in 6 or 7 fathom?.
A Scene in an Oregon Court. Clerk. Sheriff,
call John and Jame Johnson.
Sharif. John and James Johnson ! John and James
Johnson ! John and James Johnson I come into court.
Clcr k. Call one at a time.
SkcrijP. Come one at a time ! come one at a time!
conic one at n time 1
Cleric You've fix'd it now 1
S'icrif. Yon need "nt come, they've fix'd it without
von! You need'nt come, they've fix'd it without you!
Von need'nt eomo, they've fix'd it without you!
We left about that ti.e.
Alaum. Quite an excitement was created in the Tua
laty plains last week by the report that ihe Indians were
erecting: a fortificaiionwith the intention of commencing
hostilities usrainst the whites. Upon repairing to the
spot, however, it wns discovered that the dreaded fortifi.
cntion was merely a cow-pen. The gentleman who orig
inated the report, being more acquainted with the sea
than the land, must be excused for his mistake.
The following advertisement w somewhat novel :
Passengers' own Line. The subscriber begs leave
to inform the public that he has well caulk'd, gum'd, and
greased the lijht draft and fast running boats, Mooii.
and 1'en Franklin, now in port'for freight or charter,
which will ply rcgt'ftrly between Oregon City and Cham
pa during the present season.
Passage srrati.v paying 50 cent? specie, or S 1 on the
stores. Former rules will be observed passengers can
borml with the Cnivain, h findinsr their own provisions-
N. B. Punctuality to the hour of departure is earnest
ly requested. As lime waits for no man. the bonts will
do the same. ROUT NEWELL.
Mr. If. A. Lee has succeeded Mr. W. G. T'Vault,
as editor of the Spectator. Tho latter in hi3 val
edictory complains of tho influence of a "junto of
aristocracy," and winds up in the following lucid
" My Innh and mr, voti mny he nistaken: Oregon
territory is fnt settling with hardv freemen as indepen
dent as the air they brenihe know no master acknowl
edge no superior, nnd believinnr that there is no govern
ment equal to that of the U. States.
Persons offering themselves for candidates to
public o i'ccs through the paper are required to pay
3. This tax on patriotism must afford something
of a revenue. In one paper we counted five notices
from office seekers.
The officers of the Modeste add much to the life
and gaiety of the territory. They have already es
tablished horse races, and balls are of common oc
Ball at VAvrotrvr:. Contain Bnillie nnd the gun
room officers of II. B. M 's ship Modesto, et.tertained a
numerous circle at a hall here, unon Wednesday evening.
There was a hnllinnt nsnetnblnje of the, "fair sex" of Or
egon s and although in the for vent, yet from the cay
display that night, wo are proud to state that the infant
colonv ran hoast of as pretty frees and hnndom! " fig
ures" ns the mother country. Dancing commenced at fi
o'clock, nnd it was pleasing to see the " tripping on the
light fantastic toe" kept tip with such spirit. The dress
es of th la lies was n themo of universal ndmiration,
combining neatness, elegince, and ease. Reels, country
dinees, nVnrcs eijht; snd jirrs, wn the order of (he even
ing; and if w do not yel come tbnt fashionable dance,
the Pnlkn. sti'l we live in hopes of seeincr it soon intro
duced at our city balls, a gentleman, who knows nnd
dances it well, nnd who lntely visited the Falantine
Plains, haviu7 kindly volunteered to instruct the Ore
gmhn beauties in its intricacies.
Vancouver, Feb. 7, 1846.
A. D. C. Ingles offers $10,000 reward for every
one to attend to his own business. No one had
claimed it at latest advices.
Cities. We read of Linn city, Multnomoh city,
and Oregon city all flourishing, and hoping ono day
to be populous.
Fourth of July. This day was celebrated at
Salem by a parado of the Rangers " under Capt.
Bennet, and a General turn out of the citizens to
heir W. G. T'Vault deliver "an oration, suitable to
the occasion, and satisfactory to the audience. '
We quote the concluding sentence and pause for
an explanation : American citizens, you should
feel proud that your destiny has been cast,
at this particular ago of .the world, where the
pious me.'i in the desert region may build a city
of refuge, around which they may erect an impreg
nable wall of safety, to enjoy and perpetuate relig
ious freedom; tho sacred herald of civl liberty, on
the Doric columns of winch a majestic temple has
been raised, and they who dwell within its walls,
will never bow in bondage to man, until they forget
lb bend in reverence to God."
We are told that "a heavy fall of rain prevented
the lai'ut from mar chin ir as was anticipated."
Among the regular toasts we find "6. Our mother ,
uho lived through the Revolution, May our sisters
emulate their example." They would have been
very glad to,. doubtless, had they been born at a
sufficiently early period of their lives.
We conclude our notices of to-day with the fol
lowing extract from the editorial description of the
first attempt at stump speaking in the territory :
Signs or the Times. On Monday, the ISthofMav.
as we expected, quite a number of the tovereirn$ ot
.-vi.,.,ajiuumj mei in vregon vny, although the
morning was showery and threatening, such was their cu
nslt.v t'Mvituess. in this "sundown1' hnd, scenes.with
which they had once been familiar in the for east, viz :
tump speaking. Our anxiety was much heightened by
delay. Noon enme the court adjourned the bells rang
dinner as over, and no speeches yet ! At 2 o'clock
the court met pursuant to adjournment j at 4 o'clock the
court was again adjourned and the sheriff in true official
style, t ried out from the porch of the hotel " O, yes ! O
jcsJ! O.yes!!! the candidates will now address t!-.J
people so soon as they will collect." The crowd in.n.c
cl lately assembled about the porch, particularly cento
witness the exhibition new in Orcson. TbocanHir)ntf
seemed not to have settled the pteliminaries or order of
ite uay, or someming eise, lor mey were not torthcoming,
although they were repeatedly called for, even by name,
as ' General llusted, Mr. Parker," et cet. Thus were
we held in cruel suspense until it was no longer durable i
and many of the voters proclaimed aloud that they would
vote for no man who had declared biinself a candidate
and would not publicly expres.t his sentiments beforehand,
and on motion, it was resolved by the company, to select
a new set of candidates. Finally, however, the sheriff
proclaimed that, ns the candidates were backward about
speaking, Esq. T'Vault, who was not a candidate, would
address them, if they would come in the house. We were
all oooti Miusly located in the hotel. Esq. T' Vault taid
he was not u candidate did not intend to be yet he
would call their attention to some political points, upon
which they ought to know the views of those who were
offering to servo them in the next legislature. If he should
in the course of his remarks, commit homicide by murder
ing the English language, he hoped they would con -ider
it justifiable homicide he did not like the Enrtisk any
way. He thought the Organic Law permitted toogenorul
u system of holding land claims. W e should conform, as
nearly as possible, to the law that had passed, or would
pass Congress. Our judicial system was badly arranged,
especially the criminal code, which should be amended;
the salaries of officers should be reduced the people
would then pay their taxes, and we would have a reve
nue. " llusted ! I lusted 1" was heard from every part of the
room. Gen. Husled said, "It appeared us if the candi
dates were called upon lor to give their views and their
sentiments upon various subjects which might come be
fore the legislature there were many subjects both polit
ical and agricultural that ought to lie attended to." lie
hardly knew what positiou to take, but would go for such
measures a would lend to ad vuiice the prosperity of Or
egon. (Applause.) He thought the " liquor law " was
not exactly a good one, and might perhaps be mended.
He would say no more at present, till he heard from his
fellow-candidates. (Loud applause.)
California. We have received from the editors of
"The Californian " the first two numbers of their journal,
Aug. I'jth, and Aug. 22d ult. It is a small sheet, printed
at Monterey every Saturday, at 55 per annum, and is the
first paper ever issued iu California. Its design is best
given in its own words.
"We shall maintain an entire an utter severance of all
political connexion with Mexico. .We renounce at once
und li-rever all fealty to . her laws, all obedience to her
We shall advocate nn oblivion of all past political of
fences and allow every man the privilege'of entering this
new era of events unembarrassed by any part he may have
taken in previous revolutions.
We shall maintain freedom of speech and the press.and
tliose great principles of religious toleration, which allows
every man to worship God according to the dictates of
his own conscience.
We shall advocate such a system of public instruction
as will bring the means of a good practical education to
every child in California.
We shall urge the immediate establishment of a well
org mized government and a universal obedience to its
We shall encourage imigralion, and take special pains
to point out to agricultural imigranls those sections of
unoccupied lands where the fertility of tho soil will am
ply repay the labors of the husbandman."
Wo shall encourage domestic manufactures nnd the
mechanic arts ns sources of private wealth, individual
comfort, and indispensable to the public prosperity.
We shall urge the organization of interior tie fences suf
ficient lo protect the property of citizens from the depre
dationsof the wild indians.
Wo sh'ill advocate a territorial relation of California to
the United Stiles, till the number of her inhabitants is
such that she can be admitted u member of that glorious
We shall support the present measures of the commander-in-chief
of the Arcericnn squadron on our coast, so fur
as they conduce to the public tranquility, the organization
of a free representative government and our alliance with
the United States.
We shall advocate the lowest rate of duties on foreign
imports, and favor an exemption of the necessaries tl
life, even from these duties.
VVe shall go for California for all her interests, social
civil and religious- encouraging every thing that promotes
these, resisting every thing that can do them harm.
We take from it the official proclamation of war by the
President of the United States.
In consideration that the Congress of the United States
by virtue of the authority with which it is clothed, has
declared by the law of to-day, that through an act of the
Republicof Mexico, there exists a state of war between
that government and the U. States, therefore I, Jerries K.
Polk, President of the IT. States, by these presents do
proclaim the same, nnd I especially recommend to all
person who hold civil or military employment under the
government of the U. S. that they be vigilant and zealous
in the discharge of their respective duties. Moreover, I
exhort the entire people of the U. S. by their love of coun
try, and a senso of the injuries which nave obliged them
to appeal to the last resort of nations, (and in as much as
it consults the means most opportune to abbreviate the
calamities) that they wouhUxert themselves to maintain
order, to promote reunion, to sustain the authority and ef
ficiency of the laws, and to give aid and force to all the
measures which may he adopted by the constitutional au
thorities to obtain an early, just and honorable peace.
In testimony o( which, I have placed my hand, and
have caused the seal of the United States to be affixed to
these presents. J. K. POLK, President U. S.
Washington-, May 15, 1846.
f3 IL M.'s schooner Haalilio, Capt. Hall, arrived on
Mondaj, 32 days from Pell's Island, bringing tho crew of
the Am. whaler Konohassett, wrecked there in May last.
The crew, 26 in number, are all in good health, notwith
standing their long sojourn. A few boats, sails and small
articles have been saved from the wreck. The Haalilio
was six days on her passage thither. She was loaned to
the Am. Consul for the purpose of bringing off the ship.
- ffCSP Judge TurriIl, U. S. Consul, visited the Co
lumbus on the 12tb, and received the customary sa
lute. ' '
General News mom Calitornia. Captain
Fauntleroy, late Purser, was employed with his
dragoons in chastising the Indians for their incur
sions upon the settlers, &c.
Gon. Castro has been deserved by his troops and
obliged To take refuge in the Mexican territory, with
a number of outlaws with him.
The old inhabitants are becoming satisfied with
the change of government. The crops thus far, are
good, and wheat was abundant.
The Brooklyn arrived at San Francisco 3d. Aug.
Dissensions are said to have already occurred in the
Mormon ranks. ' The Brooklyn was loading at
Bodega with lumber for this port.
Tho U. S. S. Levant, Captain Page, with Com.
Sloat on board, sailed July 23d for the U. S. via
Panama. The other men-of-war are scattered
about the coast on service. Capt. Nye, late of the
Faina, is on board the Congress as pilot.
The attention of the citizens of California, num
bering about 10,000, of whom nearly 2,000 are
from the U. S., is called to the formation of colonial
government, with a constitution to be adopted by a
general convention, with the ultimate view of ap
plying to Congress for their formal recognition of
the territory and to receive a delegate from them.
It seems the clergy are in requisition as civil offi
cers, there as well as here. The Rev. Walter Col
ton, Chaplain to the Congress, who by the way is
said to be one of the editors of The Californian,"
is a U. S. justice, and with his associate, Mr. Price,
has put a peremptory veto upon the sale of ardent
spirits, prohibiting all store and shop keepers, and
publicans from keeping or selling or disposing in any
way of liquors and wines of any description, under
penalty of fine and imprisonment at the discretion
of the magistrate. This is an excellent step towards
tho preservation of order, for it strikes at the main
root of all disorders. The French government at
Tahiti, and the American government at California
have already adopted the doctrines of tho Hawaii
an government in this respect, but their hands are
free to act, and ours aro made comparatively pow
erless. When ardent spirits are banished from all
the Pacific ports we may look for great reforms, and
a vast saving in the civil expenses.
Talbott II. Green, Esq., has been appointed Col
lector for Monterey. ,
A fortification, named "Fort Stockton" has been
erected at Monterey, commanding the town and har
bor. It mounts 13 guns, including 4 68's, and is
surrounded by a ditch 7 fect deep.
The war in California is now considered at an
end, and nothing now remains but to secure a good
government for a territory won without a blow.
Danish Man or Wak.H. D. M.'s ship tho
Galathea, with a corps of scientific gentlemen on
board, was to have left Pcnang March 21, for Singa
pore, China, Sandwich Islands, Sydney, and then
round Cape Horn to Denmark. So we gather from
a Hong Kong Register of April 21, tilt.
ICJ" U. S. Commissioner, Anthony Ten Eyck,
Esq., visited the Columbu3 on Tuesday, and receiv
ed a salute of eleven guns.
PORT OF LAIIAINA.
B Y AUTHORITY.
Foreign- Office, Sept. 17th, 1816.
"TO A woman named Kawehala, was omitted from the
list of Domestics sent in to thisoliice by 11. H. M.'s Con
sul General, on lh 11th of July, and is to be included in
that list from this date. H. C. WYLLIE,
Minister of Foreign Relations.
Iu brltr Eu1u!uur, from Uulilbmia Mr. Morgxn, lnte rnttntfr
ofU. 8. hliip Coiimchg rrturiipj for the bem-nt of M health.
I'er chip Anne, from Koloa Kuv. 8. C. Damon and fanilly
and Mr a. Chamberlain.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
A It It I V E D .
September 9. Am Hhip Moctcziima, Tower, 650 Ipcnn 3200
whHle, took on Norih 'ch 800 this neaon'.
11. Am khip Olyinma, Tfibcr, New liedfonl 23 inonllnt, 100
perm !4'1U0 wlmle.
12. Am whip l)tlpho, Wchton, Tibnry, 13 mow, 300 upcrm
1300 w little.
A in ship Ocmulgr-e, Manter, Tilbury, 2J inonthi, 200 sperm
13 Am nhlp Cnriolnnn,' , Mystic, 23 month, 70 sperm
Jliiwflilitn brii; Eiiphcmtn, Rnsttim, 19 day from California,
with lumber, Ac, to E. A: II. Grime.
1 1. Hawaiian schr. Haalilio, Hall, 33 days from VeU't
16 H. II. B. Co.'h bark Vancouver, Mott, 16 days from Co
lumbia ittvrr, with Lumber and Salmon to Telly 6c Allan.
17. Am ship Ami Mary Ann, Winter, iSag Harbor, 13 moi.,
H. m bark Anne, Moore, Bristol, 20 mot Hm, 100 sperm
150 whale, last from Koloa.
September 16. -Am whale ohip Corvo, Curch, full, home.
IT CBpt. Jarkaon, of ship lues, wan anhore procuring re
cruits when the ship utruck, and not on board, n reported in
our lait. 'tin liU way back to the ship he met the crew, who
had left her, alarmed at her heay thumping.
Postscript from a letter from our correspondent nt Ban Fran
cisco, Aui(. 10th, ult.:
"The Mormona have all landed here; for Ihe present about
thirty go to Ilmhpa lo load the Brooklyn, where she takes in a
rnrjo of .awed lumber tor tanlwich llAnri. She sails for
Bodega about 15th. There are Sn.ouo feet of lumber now there
tawed. The fdlc wing whaleshlps are In port t
Jeanette, Aikins, 13 mom ho, 600 while; Palladium, Mcl ane,
13 months, 1600 whale; Abigail, Han. anl, X'i months, 1100
sperm 300 whale all from N. W. hound lo Chill.
" Tho Tbkho of fioston and Sterling of Boston, (hide vessel)
also lu port. The Barnstable and Moscow at Santa Barbara."
Oue of the boats belonging to the bark Hamburg, at Lahal
ns, In coming inside the reef (Sept 16) got amongst the break
era and was capsized. One of the crew. Paul Strufe. a native
of Gluukttead, aged about 2.1 years, was drowned. This acci
dent occurred altogether through caretoMiiess lu attempting to
get inside over the breakers, lu plar of coming in the regular
passage, there being little if auy surf at this seaaon of the year.
September 10. Am ship Nsvy, Norton, New Bedford, 12
nwtiths, 20 sperm 1 lt'O whale, 9(J0 whalo this season.
Am ship Levi Starbuck, Wine, IN ai. tucket, H months, 180
sperm 2uo whale, 200 whale this season.
Am whale ship fopla, Taber, New Bedford, 15 months, W
perm 1700 whale, luuo whale this season.
Am ship Superior, Hart, New London, 25 months, ,1500
whale, 1'JOO this season.
Am. ship Cavalier, Merchant, Stonlngton, 13 months, 650
whale this season.
11. Api ship Atlantic, Kenny, Mystic, 25 months, 2300
whale, 700 Ihis season.
12. Am ship Hercules, Beetle, New Bedford, 13 months,
40 sperm 200 whale.
Am ship TTind, Horton, Oreenport, 14 months, 1100 whale,
600 this season.
Am ship Mcnkar, Norton, N. Bcdlord, 12 montha, 860 sperm,
1200 w hale, U.'tO whale this season.
Am ship Hope, Heaih, 1'rovidence, 12 months, 1500 whale
14. Am bark Prudent, Brewster, Rtonington, 24 months, 25
sprrin 2.'no whale. 1400 whale this season,
Am ship Edwuid (.'Hi-ey, Hnwyer, Nantucket, 11 months, 84
perm 11.00 whale, 1070 vliate tliiH seeicn.
Am ship Harrison, Sherman, New lledford, 15 months, 40
sperm ll'iO whale, .100 w hale this season.
Am ship Golcondn, Stndley, New Wedford, 23 months, 50
sperm 15d0 whule, !M0 whnlc thistiason.
Am ship Liverpool, Wilco, New Bedford, 26 months, 90
sperm, 1!IS0 whale, 'U'O wlmle lhlt xeason.
Am bark Ventre, Lester, New Lor.don, 25 months, 200 sperm
22"0 whale, f5() whale thin axon.
Am hip Milton, t:ah, New Bedford, 26 months, 70 sperm
2730 whalo, 1250 whale this seaaon.
15. Am ship Montpelier, Taber, New Bedford, 23 months
2C0 sperm 1!M while, '00 whale this season.
Am ship Henry Thompson, Holmes, New London, 84 mos.,
370 sperm l&tO whule, 13uo whale this season.
Am ship Pt. George, Mlocum, New Bedford, 15 months, 2i'0
sperm 2100 whale, 1700 whale this senscn.
16 Am fhip Win, Hamilton, Fisher, New Bedford, 15 mca.,
30 Hprrm 2700 whale, 2100 whule this nnon.
Am ship Mctaioin. Hmith, New Bedford, 9 mos. 30 sperm
1 170 wlmle, 1170 whale thin seiiHon.
17. Minrod, Sherman, New Betitord, 16 months 270 sperm
12'10 vIihIc, Hi 0 whale this season.
AVIS AUX CAPITAINVS FHANCAI8.
MA. LanIois ncgociant n Labnina, Maui, de
esirunt toujours sc rendre ngreable a scs com
patriolcs u 1'l.onncur dc precnir Ms. les Capitnines
Francais, qtt'il vicut de recevoir beaucoup'des let
tres do France par, lo Mississippi ct autres, a leurs
adresse ; et ou'il tient the. lui un bureau correspond
ant avee le Havre, pour recevoir ct delivrcr les let
trea des navires Francais, pentant que la pluspurt
des baleiniers viendront aux lies Sandwich, speci
alliment a Maui qu'est la plus fettile, et ou iU
peurcnt so rafr'achir, et se ravitailier aveo Ie plus
d'economic qu'a quel qu'aulre He do l'archipel.
Les Capitaines qui se trouveraicnt par hazard for
ces derelacher a Honolulu tout invites a ecrire Cttx
incnie, pour recevoir leurs paquets qui leurs seront
envoyes intmodiattement a leurs adresse a bord, ou
au Consulat do France a Oahu.
LISTE DES LETTRES.
Pour Ie Liancourt, Cpn. Lopez, 8 leltres ; Geor
ges, Caspar, 12 ; Jque Lafitte, Caspar, 5 ; Nancy,
Jay, 2 ; Adele, Lurhs, 7 ; Cachalot, Chandleur, 1 ;
Cosmopolite, Descarieics.l ; Fanny, Dcslandes, 6 ;
J. Cockerill, Renouf, 1 ; Elizabeth Darmandaris,
3 ; Colon, Bourneuf, 1 ; Jonas, Cost, 1 ; Ajax, Le
tellier, 1 ; France, Welsh, 1 ; taune, Dufour, 1 ;
Narwal, Radon, li Manche, Jillet, 5 ; Ferdinand,
1 ; Due D'Orleans, Bachelier, 1.
2m. Sept. 19.
$1,500 REWARD !
CJTOLEN from the premises of the undersigned,
k5 between the 1st and Uth September, $16,S00
$10,600 in silver, 6,200 in gold. The above re
ward will be paid for the apprehension of the thief
and recovery of the money on application to the
subscriber. ISAAC MONTGOMERY. ,
Honolulu, September, 15, 1846. A
$1,500 IIAAWI I
UA aihue ia, rnai ka wuhi o ka mea kau ka inoa
malolo iho nci iwacna o ha la 1 a me 14 o Sep
atetnaba, $16,8000 dala kala, $6,200 dala cula.. A ,
e haawi no wau i ka 1,500 o na mea loaa i ka mea
aihuo a me ka loaa mai o na dala, ke kii'ia mai i'au.
Honolulu, Scpatemaba, 15, 1846. s 19
PER SHIP CHARLES and for sale at the
store occupied by G. D. GILMAN :
Asst'd Prints, Gingham, printed Cashmere,
Figured and white check Muslin,
Madras, red and blue Handkerchiefs, .' ,
Spool Cotton, blue and white cotton Thread,
Tape, colored Cambric, linen Towels,
Brown and bleached linen Drill, , " '
Damask and worsled Table Covers, .
'Linen Diaper, assorted Hoisery, wool Frocks,
Indigo and mazarine blue Cottons,
Satin Jeans, krcmlin Stripes, brown Cottons,
BIuo Drill, Flannel, &c, &,c.
Sheet Lead, loaf Sugar, .Cigars, Soap, Candles,
jars Prunes, hanillcit Axes, Sic,
A few of Pat) 'd best Perfumes and cold Cream,
s 19 tf
BY THE HUDSON HAY CO.' HARK
VANCOUVER, and for sale bv their Agents,
GEORGE PELLY. & GEORGE T. ALLAN,
74,000 feet Boards and Rafters,
116 bbls. Columbia River Salmon,
67,000 ShingleH, 8 1-2 cwt. blackPaint,
96 lbs. Hops, 23C lbs. Checso. s 19 tf
Jl A PRIME SEA OTTER," 25,000 cakes
"it Tit California Soap, 2000 lbs. second hand Cop
per, for sale by E.& H.GRIMES.
19 . tf
rinilE UNDERSIGNED having opened an of
JH fito in tho building over the retail sloro of
Messrs. E. & H. Grimes, vjll attend at the name to
all business belonging to his department as Marshal
of the Hawaiian Inlands. H. SEA,
Office hours from 9, A. M., to 2, P. M.
Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1843. s 19 tf
WANTED TO BORROW, the sum of
$5,000, ia sums of not less than $1000, for a
term of one year, for which the most unquestiona
ble security will be given. A line addressed to A.
B. and left at th office of the Collector General of
Customs will meet with immediate attention.