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ti ahn wouM in v'k-IJ obedience to bis
hi ,r, or lM','cJr ,uer, "M
''; brhrtc, have been wo serious, unruled
of J'fl','rnre between resident and
',vri!r-i), Government, neither would v
"f ) j c(ie to engage a tk no iaiuful a
' ha rMikcd this uniting.
'fc lu.i't, I " '' "'rnntted loaJJ, fur
'," ' mw.y must be, iMiMMiUt9
r MriiUl!" "f foreign GovrTiititetii, hav
, Honi bnir, 'V ""M-al or iHditical
' f ng hold frM-ndly r harmonious
'"r',,fr 'h aduiini-tratinti of which
!j.U t th " knvledged bend.
Vf "I ("ni'iiriit, rointeteiit and ho-
l n.Ki-trntioii of justice, there is nuthinf
''",r ,h,',r r"rt;,ilve here,
V ii'urrfi-lv 'he " lb"" I he indciieiidt-uce
.jwrity of your ''
Foam, Orric c,
l).v. u.U r 41, IS4.
,, lb undcrtffi twing honurisl with
t'. roniiiMHtl to rrjttjr, through the U. S.
; i.. tbe ddrrww of lirhony Ten Kck.
f C'MniM" 'be United Slates, on
! ' Vh int . baa aure the CoiimiI that tbe
,,.irtiirf ovcuraiimi 01 wir hiiki ami uene
Ji!"""'"" '' IDe L'mted States (iovern
. ..Mitir-iir-l by practical proof, for
j th.rtv rar, v listened to by hi Ma-
ith mukH iiiciioii; inn wua me mime
,r, lb M.jety received tbe solemn pro-
Vl'MHI Ol tin? cvhmii.wwwwv, v tu iivriiuijr
l iinJeTiucd commanded to add Hi
f . - -I cm cbc l'ominiioner and tlx Miniit-
..hwUfve heorninaled, and to Uteliis
,il ihi ihcCiiiiti'0". on bi arrival, was
.rucl brrc wiih much cordiality and Limine
i i lli Minit. and that no tVrling f di--jt
( upici sttwbrd to him until be hud
'a M ,-mKlcJ m apiar in rourt a countcl for
V ni'- rwccutiu the (iorcrnnirnt, and mmle
. ,f hnjsusr'. n court, that n conider-
VI wa-dly i.licaNe to tbe iMtliry of tliis Gov
fruuirni, inJ ',,, '',r".v ,ne Keprewntati ve
Ct' ntnm "' "neficent a that of the
'nuisl Mtr. I iiucritrnU na to uliMrve
tut Hi Mjety cMiidcr that, from the iih
nt that tbe Ki'prrKentatire of a foreign nation
rim intuoturt thc dtocitf of private parties.
Vnl iiiicrt'tTf. a uch, in the rivnte contract
(" ln ciHiotrj wwo, made with the (overntnr tit
f the cmntry to which be i accredited, orii.
ltmf in tbe country, and coenizaltle. only, bv
, irilunU of the country, he would necearf-
utyi-t hiinwlf to uicion and ditrut in
ii .i . i . .
ii rubnrrr, aui iw mm cnnrarier lor uiiieH-ii-
kK-ruhl iHiiMrtiiiiity wdicii i ecntul to the
i-lul:ir of all puMic men, ot the blgb rank of
I t iNiMiiiMHHier.
Tb unl-riftiel ha it in command to state,
I b-r, that under the circuiiitance, mi far as
I x (.I ii-miiii r of tbe L'mted tate it con-!-ml.
Hi Mjety cannot icrceive that Hi
MitiMU r are to Name, for any upicinn or dis
i unbt inav hate eieii, nr that the frame
,g iH-rurriuf with any other Foreign Hepre-
LKtue, woukl nut jwixluce precisely the allle
v. fa as tbc('ommi-ionT eprese an opin
t f particular Mimter, whom be unjutly
m!muik' lil? beadid'lbr AdmiiiiMratiou, the
trul of tbe I'niteil 5tat- i rt-ferrtd to tbe re-
i in iii joint addiefr of tbe Commiiout'r, tbe
mikI IffiM-ral of (rent Itrilaiu, mid the ( oiiul
I rsiK-r, datisl I lib itintaut, whereof a copy i
J be uilrriicncl ha the honor to aure the
p mi-ui in me i nitcii 7tateii, nni, tnrousn him.
r ( uiiiiniMMM'er, Anthony Ten Kyck, H-juirc,
mi artitmieM of the biflifot couidrutioii for
b i entertaitM'd by their
MKt obedient and hiitnM'
T Jul Traait i., Kwpiire,
Conul of tbe liiitvl tateii,
Tb written adJrc of M. Dillon, Consul of
HofLrt.c, Ii le,
lra Mtjr.vrv: The Con-ul-tiem-ral o
'rt liritain lm. in riw"t to tbe dute of nrf
ntttMtii ni hi letter of creilfiice, tbe iciiior ol
tw- r'orrifii ltrnrreiitatiei accredit!, direct.
tnur Majtt, bj riMikrn, with the conM-iit of
V ('ornotioncr of tbe linll Stntr. and of
'lf, nit only tor hii;i-lf. but for u. I hne
fbnij ti add to whit hna been fa id concerning
e recrnt Men f tbe Mtuitcr of FiiiNiice, a
'; tb! ht uriirietl me the more that I have
'itift, wt(b rare, piik-c the moment of my
"itJ i ike Il4il, frton auvthin that mixht
cMiTrwed into a mundV-iation of hotility or
'Milnlia toward tbe Hawaiian liovernment.
'-a went m far a t-i rhow M ( member, on
Vfiir a well a on lirivate orrioti. n courtesy
'!irfc. kevcr due to men holdinf their public
'wt'Mi eetne, under the etcitcd eirriinitan
the tune, nleriency, and bad actually
M:""l toe tlhtrharre more than once. I here
' )i'-r-fore ingratitude a well a falehoid in
-!., ti.t that hi been levelled airniiit loe
of the forcipi ad ier of yoar Majety,
l I I'll totally at a l to imagine w hat could
t in l-jre Dr. JuIJ to attri!ute to me a con
'iwlm b my own eronnl character no le
-w th MIry of tbe country I repreent a
-"-J o loval and ao friendly to vour Majesty
" b t motive conld I In? auntHed to have in
i Mf mw l.i ikia rmlieir. fhroovh the inxtrii-!
- - ' - j i n
"lality of an opjMmition orjran, the co-opera-
f tbe foceifO population of Honolulu?
"Ke ire to no one reult w ithin thee l-l-'birh
he would not gladly wee all other
' immtw. and no reult. nt'M auredly.
"fc .be not able to obtain, w ithout foreign ,
1- Her demand, w hen once enreed. thro
! official organ, mut and will l enfor
1 .juK; of all tbe olrotarle w hich a policy,
a ifhied. an.l therefore iniuriou to the in-
Y nf these UI iikIs, may try to throw in their
lfce .li.oiferete.ioes ol r ranee, a wen ,
... . - . ,
e ma-d,Je will with which she in-it, in all
"line worn, upon jusuce iiemg ampiy
n mfi i4 ,r rit.zen, are t.nt well know u to ,
j"ijir r iu u v w.. """i
rn to tho-e foreign adv i-ers w ho may, from .
' I'fi'le, igi.M-.mce, or others more cul-j
la risicriii ior iruw inmi ji m ,
r-prrt. h m not quiteilear to me that Dr.
a! rle X,"""r "f Uiuance, is alone reMn- i
f tbs Mrp taken on a recent occnsion and
u'bT,rrrerreli io ibn coinliUinl IM-elVrred,
i - i
"lr tr.n . ...i.H.r. Ilia eiilleavurs. !
" im.ii , - - -i
rt ufu. ul! aMtM-iateil with him in a II his
riaitract, l,y the erv circumstance of their j
wnnaif Wlth (,,, m ,(,e Cabinet, according to
'MiMtuli.Mi.il principle, their share of the
t the Mame that may flow therefrom.
'miM In pusilUiiiiuity a well as injustice
'r,f brmkiiig from tbe former when the ei
we of e b of u here urescnt tell u that
'1 nA Lii in i-l-.tMoxr their full nieeil of
" Uter. "
, Mil ie.tr will no doulrf tluiv atteml to the
n.u. Ktaie ..r iti.n.. wliii-h has calleil t-
"r in-,av the ltrenta lives of the three
y4 P'overs on whose friendly co-iieratMn the
"roleiice of these Ulands mainly reixises,
" CnHHil... ....... ..r : I. ..flnrxl to lino llV
af Vour Miuim n.l .i.nmi. in reneral
""'bat ba cannot obtain that justice which
""I bi ruunimiwn mm Mi led to. It is im-
Nlae thM w could have all united in the
" oiiioMrance if there were not a lar-e
"f truth at the bottom. It remains w ith
T Mmoatl- In m...I. .t... ..f iklliM ChIcU-
"strati-- stall further the Powers in ques-
'( selecting f'H" your advisers, ineiiwho,
:bey divharge their duty to you, may win
iMiiwmi .u i-nivcirLv- tar7f r- m
v"k It i, no doubt, an extremely de-
' tbinz. to interiors m in ilrtin at I hi
IO the ititernnl alTira tt an imlrnn.
ne-liMii, Inji. althouL'h pi-ecetlenU of the
! ami ought to be rare, there are several
j. ' bs f'ti m riHiteinporary history. The
f Vr,?f Swttierland, those f Belgium, those
"erven, oavt given rise, witoio me iai
yeam, to loreiirn intervention, the adjacent
having been equally interested in purtina
-.7 . ft. u i"anJ mieresieo in putting
... .unn ny mat consumed them. There
r. it ,or r" America, and
::rr;tJir""'n.'.de'''.r,n?' thi moment, to ,ee,
.;. ,9'a Jtuverument composed of
iiroleiit. unroll, -I: . . ...
, . .... -f.fiMi.oisiiiieresteu, conciliatory men,
c . ",a"'c Maiesmansnip consist in run
injc full tilt M the ww'rj d h
co,,,,ro,llwil, j,,, thal areot theirOMiiv
. nv. -uomu ii me moment ii not come f..r
jour .iajety to examine, w ith due reflection, if
- IC w , omce, tbe men who
have lirouitbl . about the existing crisis and mav,
i..rir oisuuiatioua propensitie,! are cbei k-
.."x-iiiiir io one or another of these Power
n expense which the Hawaiian treasury would
ultimately have to bear, are any bilker 'ada pled
lor the tak w hich ha been confide.! t tK.
Their further coutinuHiice in office, and I ntleak
a much of the Minister of Foreign Affair. a of
... ,rr oi r inance, may give rise to serious
complications; their resignation can lead to none,
aa far from being a help to your Majesty, whose
princijial 9Upwrt i derived frotn the sympathy
or the great civ ilised countries of the worl.l and
the jealousy with w hich thev observe and will
continue to oliserve each others conduct, your
lore.Rii adviser may add to the difficulties inher
ent upon governinir a people, eo circumsraoel
as are your Hawaiian aubjects, by those proceed
ing rrom their own vanity and short-sightedne
lA-l your Majesty then select your advisers
from among your Chiefs, whoe attachment to
J1 ieron anu oevotednes to th i-o.. r
inese isianus is unquestionable. Their simple
good aene, and integrity of purpose will com-
. . j.- ui
umou niore resjieci man all tbe diplomatic learn
ing w hich your present adv isers may glean from
the international code.
The Kepnblic of France in whose name I
have tbe honor to r peak and w hich inherits the
attachment of the Government to which he has
succeeded for the person of your Majesty will
lie happy to find this additional motive for fol
lowing up to the letter the treaties that guarrnu
tee the indeenlence of these Islands and of in
sisting that other nations do so likewise.
It only remains for me to join in the good
wi.hrs of my colleagues for the health aud hap
piness of your Majesty and of the Hawaiian
PeI'- Signed DILLON.
Dec. 21, 1848.
C- Tk. J : i i- . -
on, uir uiHiersineu .minster oi r oreign
Relation of His Majesty, the King of the Ha
waiian Islands, in olieilience to a Hoyal Man
date, given in a Privy Council of the ltith in
stant, with reference to the separate address of
the Consul of France, interpreted to His Maj
esty froin the F.nglish, by Mr. Armstrong, of
which English, a copy was sent by the Consul
to the undersigned, at Roebauk, on tbe after
noon of thd'same day, and of which, the French
version waa forwarded to the undersigned, on
the 14th, has the honor to reply to the Consul of
r ranee, that so far as hi said separate address
coincides with the joint address signed by him,
the Consul General of Great Britain niid the
Commissioner of the United Sta'es, read in
English to His Majesty, by the former, on the
13th; and so far as his said separate address,
confines itself to the points ami principles, w here
of revioii notification was made, in bis name,
in that of tbe Commissioner of the United States,
and iu that of the Consul General of Great Brit
ain, throiih the latters note, of the 12th, tbe
Consul of France is referred to the reply, in
His Majesty's tin me, transmitted on the 14th in-
Maut, by Hi order, to tbe Consul General of
But, so fir, a the Consul of France, in bis
aid separate addre, ha permitted himself, iu
the name of the Republic of France to assert
the principle of the enforcement by her sole and
unaided power of w hafever be may demand of
His Mnjesty; of pronouncing judgment upon
the capabilities of th.oe men of loreign extrac
tion, in whom His Majesty, as sovereign, has
deemed it for the good of His Kingdom, and
the regularity of Hi relations with all foreign
nation under the inter-national code, and the
olilirfition of solemn Treaties, to rejMise confi
dence; ami to assert the principle of an inter
ference in the constitution of hi Majesty's Gov
ernment, contrary to the principles proclaimed
on behalf of the French Republic, by her illu
triou citizen, M. Lamartine and Ba slide; and
o f r a tbe Consul has ieruiitted himself to
prejudge the view of the French Republic up
on hi own demands, and nsert in her name,
that she, in the dismissal of the King's present
Minister, aud the substitution of Hi chiefs, iu
I heir room will be happy to find this additional
tnotire for foltmrine up to the letter the Trea
tin that guarantee the independence of these
hlandi and of insisting that other nations do so
likewise ' the undersigned i commanded to
make known to the Consul of France, that His
Majesty the King will refer tbe Consul's said
separate addre, with other documents to the
consideration of the French Republic.
It is with sentiments of the most distinguished
consideration, to the Consul of France, I hat the
undersigned has the honor to subscribe himself,
the Consul's most obedient humble servant.
R. C. WYLLIE.
M. Dillo5, Consul of France.
December 21, 1843.
Sir: Though I am as lar as possible from
lieina reseutful of the manner in which you in-
jtrodured my official name in vur personal ad
dress to the King, on the I3tn instant, l am ad
vised that, in duty to the Kit r. and in justice to
the Republic of France, whose name you invok
ed. I cannot w ithhold the evidence that you, at
I...- .in,wl liof.ire the Kin.' on that occasion.
iut ',jHner M ,ne unbiassed and unprejudiced
man that you professed to be.
You will find that evidence in the two extracts,
ef which I have the honor to enclose conies. It
i for you to justify yoursell lietorethe Republic
..e L "..r a eonrs o diametrically onoosite
i,. er f ym Guisof .under which you are
arcre,jlr, to the King, and so opposed to your
rofesioiis. repeatedly made.
(f h(V(l inislaiien ,ny ,M,licy, a one of the
lying's 1M misters, it isyourown lauu m nine,
. . . fc a, iaiS , you fully cog-
nizmnt f ,tf Ulll lt appears you altogether niisap-
h(J itt anrf ,rhap, you are tne only
Jmf of ,h. inmt Mho .j.h.,, in the respeit
m hirh vou fMn, to have attempted to create
u..,-,,. m pronnite discord.
i... .l,rol t. l-nr Admiral Sir
in B n"111 ' ' v " -
i- - l.. ,li ( 1tk nf n-
i.AiuTia r .pviiHinr. iinii"i unit i " ' ' .
I bad the boror to declare io mm, my
imiI cv as follows:
Beyond a wish to see the King of the Hawaii
an Island out of troubb his lest friends suji
ported, in their useful places round His person,
and all iewling quesiions terminated so as to
cimduce to future peace, and leave a respect for
Great Brtain and her justice imlelhhly impres
sed upon the mind and hearts of the native ru
ler. Mr. Wyllie has n. object to aspire to here.
But, hitherto, he has flattered himself that
his situation of Hawaiian Minister (accepted
onlv provisionally), has not lieen incommtible
with British interest, prorly undcrsto..d;
while he retain hi- resent post, he w ill support
them to the best of his humble abilities, on a
principle of fairness to all other nations, (the
British Government have rejieatedly disavowed
their wish for any paramount interest) and of
stem and impartial justice, so far as it deends
uimiii him, w herever the natives are concern.!, so
as that when he retires, he may not leave the na
tives, nor anr others, impressed with an unfavor
able idea, of the bearing towards them, of the
first subject of Great Britain who has lieen rais
ed o high in the confidence of their King.
From that no,irT 1 have nevr 'WPrve,, "n'
all the sensible part of this community know
well thai if Her Britannic Majesty's Consul
General coulJ have ao far outraged the presence
in which be stood, the policy of his Government,
and the respect due to himself, he it wMnd
not the Consul of France, who might have sing
led out your humble servant, undersigned, with
THE POLYNESIA K. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1848.
some abow of reason, before the King, as a mi
nister to be dismissed, for a prepitiatory aacri
bee to the -d.gnity of his character,' as the Re
presentative of Great Britain.
isevertneless, I am proud to have this oppor
tunity to repeat the assurance of .the very distin
guished consideration with which I have the ho
nor io tie, air. your most obedient and humble
31. Dicloh, Consul of France, etc., etc., etc.
The follow ing is one of the extracts referred
to by Mr. Wyllie in his preceding letter.
Extract from the specifications of special act of
which-Mr. G. P. Judd stands accused, under
charges preferred to the Kins, on tbe 11th of
"uuwri io, o inquire into which the King,
on the 29th of November, appointed six Roy
al Commissioners, and which specifications
were banded in to the Royal Commission, on
tbe 4th of December.
Receiving communications from the Consul
of Fratice, derogatory to the character of Mr.
Wyllie, as a Cabinet Minister, without inform
ing him of the same.'
Fu mished under authority of a vote of the
.Signed CHARLES G. HOPKINS,
And Member of the Commission.
The foregoing is a true copy of the original
extract in my possession.
Rosebank, 19 December, 1848.
Sgd: R. C. WYLLIE.
The following is the other extract referred to
by Mr. Wyllie in the same despatch.
Extract from the evidence of Mr. William Jar-
rett, clerk to Mr. Judd, Minister of Finance.
given, under oath, on Tuesday, the 19th of
iecetnDer, belore the Koyal Commissioners
Witness copied into the letter book of the
Treasury Office, a letter written somew here about
the lOih of August last, by M. Dillon, the Con
sul of France, cnntaii ing expressions derogatory,
to Mr. Wyllie, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
j oai letter stated thatiilr. Wyllie was intrigu
ing with other persons to destroy the indepen
dence ol the Islands, and make them over to
England. In that letter, M r. Dillon recommends
Mr. Judd to take charge himself of the ost of
r oreign Halations. " " " 9
The w itness replied that Mr. Dillon stated
that Mr. Judd could take charge of the Foreign
Department; that "Mr. Paty -hould be made Mi
nister of Finance; that Mr. Bates should lie Under-Secretary
of Foreign Relations; and that
Mr. Judd and M. Dillon, between them, should
select a new Collector General. Thought the
letter was dated 8th or 10th of August, and is
signed by M. Dillon, and marked 'private."
Furnished under authority of a vote of the
CHARLES G. HOPKINS,
And Member of said Commission.
The foregoing is a true copy from the original
extract in my possession.
Host-bank, 19 December, 1843.
Sgd: R. C. WYLLIE.
II. B. M.'s Consulate General,
Honolulu, Dec. 19, 1849.
Sir, I have the honor to acknowledge the re
ceipt of your note of yesterday, addressed to the
Consul of France and to niysel, covering copies
of a despatch and of its enclosure, forwarded
by you to the Commissioner of the United States
on the 15th instant; all of which I have trans
mitted to Monsieur Dillon for hi perusal.
I regret to lie obliged to add that, after care
fully examining those pajiers myself, they do
not tend to alter my view as expressed conjoint
ly w ith my colleagues in our letter to the King
on the 13tb instant, respecting the extraordinary
course adopted by Dr. Judd in obtaining certain
manuscript paers for the declared purpose of
impugning our conduct; and I am moreover of
opinion, that if such acts are allowed to pass
with impunity on the part of this Government,
on the ground set forth in your communication
to Mr. Ten Eyck, especially on the ple.i of iheir
being merely a violation of a conventional rule,
that no document possessed by any person on
these Island could be considered in perfectly
safe custody, the individual authority assumed
by the .Minister of Finance on the present oc
casion lieiug, I think I an safely say, unheard
of liefore in any country whatever.
I have the honor to lie, sir, your most oliedient
R. C. Willie, Esq.,
Minister of Foreign Relations.
A letter of same date, from the Consul
of France, came to baud too late to appear in
our present numlier.
tX?" The funeral olisequies of the late Chief
v in. Pitt Leleiohoku (brotber-ui-lavv to the
King), of the late young Chief Moses Kekuai-
vva, son of His excellency tne Oovernor ol Ua
hu by the late Kitiau ( Kaahnmanu II.) and o
Kaiminaau; watd of the Queen, will fake place
on Saturday the SOth instant, at 12 o'clock, M.
A general invitation is hereby extended to for
eigners and natives to lie present on that occa
sion. A twogramine of the order of procession
will be issued, and sent to all Foreign Represen
tatives and Consuls at an early period, previous
to the funerals. A. I'AKI.
Chamberlain's Office, 1 4th Dec., 1349.
vX?"The Minister of the Interior has, with the
approval of the King, amiointed Charles Gor
dou Hopkins Director of the Government Press,
and Editor of tbe Polynesian newspaper.
We have not been able, from the length
of the addresses and correspondence we publish
to-day, to find room this week for the particu
lars relating to the interdiction of tbe U. S,
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Dee. 19 Am wbale tbip foruuiuuth, Monro, homeward
Si Hawaiian (cbonoer Catharine, Treadwav, for o Fraa-
Ji" The subscriber herel.y gives notice of his intra
l ion lo depart fnan ihi kuudmn, and requests all per
hatina demands against, bun to proent ih ni lor
pajnient immediately. J- VvElTCH.
Honolulu, Decern' 23, IS43.
1j The subscriber herely give notice of his inten
tion to depart from this kingdom, and requests all per
sons having demands against him to present ihein for
pavnieni immediately. T. GIBSON.
Honolala, December 21. 1948.
Jj- The subscribers herehv give notice of their inten
tion to depart IruDi this kingdom, and request all per
sons hiving demauds against them lo present them for
pavmeat immediately. J. O. DOMINIS.
3 G. a POST.
Honolula, December 23, 1S4S.
JjT The subcrtlr hereby aires not ice ef hi inten
tion to depart from this kingdom, and reque sis all per
sons having demands against him to preseni ihemjoc
payment unuiedwleiy. J. NEDDLES.
Honoiu.u, Deveiiiber 23. 184s.
j- The snlirrril-er hereby gives notice of his inien
lion to depart from this king loin, and requests all per
shis haviug demands a gamut bim to present there foi
pavmeat immediately . F. PAYKE-
Honolulu, December 23. 1843.
rf The snhscriber herel.y gives notice of bis inJen
lion io depart from this kingdom, and requests all prr-oa
having demands against bun to present I hern for payment
having demands against
Honolala, December 23, 1848
HEW GOODS PER 'SPENCER.
rPHE undersigned will on Monday, Decem
L ber 2&tli, open the store formerly occupied by
H. Downtou, facing tbe Whaif, and offer for sale as
entirely new and cartfully selected stock of Dry
Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Eartlierna-aie, Hard
ware, &c. Tbe stock ol Dry Goods principally
Light and dark Fancy Prints, new styles,
Two blues Prints, turkey red Cambrics,
Plain and twilled stripe and check Ginghams,
Mooscline de Laine. Sarawak, Carmelite,
Fancy, stripe and check'd Organdie Balzorines
and Mourning Dugazin Mus'ina in dress lengths,
Ass'd white check Muslins, brk and bro" Drills,
Black and fancy blue silk velvets. Flannel,
Indigo blue Cottons, white Shirtings,
Cotton Hose, Mottled Twills, Chambrays,
Canton Flannel, Parnos de Costo 8-4 wide.
Black and colored Princettas, blue Velveteens,
Lastings and Sat teen?, cotton cord.
Gents, ladies' and children's wh't, blk. and col
ored cotton hose,
Oents. silk and satin nautical Opera and Clifton
Gents, silk 1-2 hose, ladies china pearl, enibr'd
and plain silk Hose, silk and cot. Umbrellas,
India rubber suspenders, cotton web do..
Rich silk Parasols, wh't reel sewing cotton Pins,
Wh't, black and brown Linen Thread,
Blue and white skein sewing cotton,
Candlewick, &c, &c.
Ready Made Clothing.
White long cloth shirts, linen collars and wrist
2-2 stout cotton sliirts, Regatta and fancy do.,
Navy blue cloth caps, pilot cloth Jackets,
Checked St. Ledger Coats, linen duck Frocks,
Scotch Caps, wht, buff, chk .plain and fig'd Vests.
Files, scissors, knives, locks, gridirons, compass
es, rules, axes, hatchets, fish-hooks, sail and pack
ing needles, assorted planes, gl.iss hand lanthorns
ass'd sizes, hinues, brass axle pulleys, ass'd saws,
brass and iron butts, socket chisels, nails, sand-paper,
lacks, patent sash line, sash tools, hook pots,
japanned duat pans, ami an assortment of brushes,
in part consisting ot paint, wiitte-wash, scrub, etc.
Cro kery, Groceries, Ac.
Crates of nappies, mugs bow les, blue and green
printed soup ami dinner plates, blue and green din
ner, dessert and tea setts, ewers, basons, &c
pickless, sauces, sabd oil in Dunstan bottles, mus
tard in 1 lb, and 1-2 lb. bottles, tea, rice, &c.
dec 23 tf W. H. PALMER.
TN VIRTUE of a i
1 by J. R. Jasper, Esq
writ of Execution, issued
q.. Police Justice or Honolu
lu, upon a judgment against Asa A. Dimock. defen
dant in Execution, for &S6, 1 have levied upon, and
shall expose for sale, tn the highest bidder, on Mon
day, the 21st diy of January, 1849, at 10 o'clock,
a. M.. at the residence nf the said Asa A. Dimock,
in the to.vn of Honolulu, the following property:
One i share of a small Sloop,
11 new Sliutteis, i B.irrel Slush,
Lot of Cocoa Nuts, Casks, Tubs, Barrels,
1 Table, 2 Chairs, 1 Trunk and contents, 1 Limp,
Writing-Desk, Loo'iingglass, Sign Board, Coun
ter and Shelves, Carpenter's Bench, 3 Joists,
2 Iron Pots.
Lot of Old Rigging, 4 Cask Rosin,
1 Sow, and 9 P gs, etc., etc..
Unless the said Judgment, with all costs and char
ges be previously satisfied.
JOHN HOBBS, Dept'y Sh'ff.
Honolulu. Dec. 23, IS48.
HHE undersigned requests all persons hav
L ing claims against hi estate, or otherwise of
any kind whatever, t send in their bills to him, a,
his liOHse at Palaina, 4ith60divs if delayed be
yond that time, they will be considered as null and
He aNo requests all persons having horses nr cat
tle p isuring on his estate to take possession of I hem
wit Inn the above time.
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1348. 3t
ON TUESDAY, the 2Glh instant, at 10
o'clock, A M.. at the Retail Store of S. H.
Williams Si Co., ill he positivelt sold to the
highest bidder, the balance of Stork in said store
Consisting nf a great variety of articles well adap
ted to the Retail Trade.
F. W. THOMPSON. Anct.
Terms Under SI 00, Curnent Coin; over $100,
4 mos., or Gold Dust at $16 per oz.
Dec. 23. 1848. lins
VT the store of the undersigned, formerly
occupied by H. Downion, a nreat variety of
Pickles and sauces consisting in part of w alnut,
Cauliflower, Onion, and Mixed Pickles, Harvey's
and Lazenby's S-tuces, S ilad Oil, in 'Dunstan Glass
Bottles, Mustard, in 1 and lib. bottles; Also,
mill keep on hand a well assorted stock of Dry
Goods, etc W. H. PALMER.
Dec. 23. tf.
JUST RECEIVED per Brig 'Spencer,'
Mousstline de Laine dresses, new styles,
D irk, Fancy Prints, madder colors,
Liht do. do. warranted.
Mourning, figured, Diigaine Muslins,
Organdie B-ilzarine, with imitation satin stripes.
While Check Muslins, etc., etc.
Dec. 23 if. - W. II. PALMER.
r the undersigned. Dinner, Dessert and
Tea Setts, Soup and Dinner Plates; Also, a
general assortment of Ciockerv
Waie, at low pri
Dec. 23. tf.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
PASSENGERS and Goods for
California will he received on board
the schooner "S'arling," expected soon
to arrive. She formerly belonged to
Navv; is extremely strong and well fas
tened, carries a l-irge cargo, and has good accom
modations for her I innage.
CP Enr freight or paseage, apply to Mr. Dudoit,
care of R. C. Wyllie. Esq., at Rosebank.
Honolulu, Dec. 9. 1838. tf
t THE A 1, coppered and copper-
J3K fastened bark MARY, PuttR , mas
ter, will sail for San Francisco with de
spatch. For freight or pissage, having splendid accom-
mndations, please apply to
Nov 25 S. H
WILLIAMS &. CO.
rrHE Partnership under the style of Sam
jL si so & Co. will expire, by mutual limitation,
on the 31st day of December, proximo. All person
indebted arc hereby requested to make payment on
or befoie that day. and all persons having claims on
said (inn will please present the t-ame Io
SAM SING & CO.
Honolulu. Nov. 30, 1848. 5w.
""HE subscribers will receive by the first
arrival from the United Slates a great variety
of Furniture, consisting nf Sof is. Conches, Conver
sation Chairs, Study Chairs, Rocking Chairs and
Pier Tables. Also, a large assortment of splendid
French Mirrors, and a great variety of other arti
cles in the Furniture line.
Nov. 18. tf WOOD & PARKE.
JH. WOOD, grateful for past favors,
t would inform the Ladics of Honolulu, that
he is now prep tred to mvke shoes of any style, for
ladies, mioses, or children, in the neatest mviner.
at sho t notice. tf. no v. 18. .
1-2 bbls. Beef, Mess, Prime and Talca
hnam, 21 boxes Snip, Tin Pots. Tea, Stc,
Cheap for cash. Inquire of
no 18tf J. C. SPALDING.
THE subscriber will receive Gold Dost in
payment for goods, at tbe rate of 815 per
ounce. F. K, VIDA.
Honolulu, Dee. 2, 1843. tf.
FIOM Am. Merchant Barque "Mary,"
Parker, Master, from Kamschatka, the balance
of cargo of said barque from Boston, for for slt by
the subscribers, viz:
1 case printed Muslins, mixed cotton Gambroons,
1 case lace striped Muslins, Irish Linen, -1
vase fancy check and stripe Muslins,
1 case 3-4 brown and bleached linen Drills,
Mued Doeskins, dressing gown Stuff.
Case as'd 6-4 to 8-10 cot. and wors. table Covers,
16 pieces bleached linen Dowlas,
Colored cotton Cambric, bleached Drillings,
While, green, red and yellow Flannel,
36 in. gold and long Cloth, pink Prints,
Linen fold long Cloth, Turkey red Cottons,
37 in. brown Sheeting. Rainsook Lawn,
Extra bleached cotton Flannel, Pongee Hdkfs,
Tweed sack over Coats, white long cloth Shirts,
Linen Collars, Fronts and Wrists,
black silk Velvet, lines cam'.ric Hdkfs,
India rubber suspenders, satin Ribbon,
Black and ass'd sewing Silk, figured Vests.
Shoes, Leather, Ac.
3' dm. French Calf Skins, kip Brogans,
French ca.'f skin Boots, youth's kip Brogans,
Women's kid Run Rounds.
Vices, Anvils, Sprkcv, Rivets, C. S. pit Saws,
2 rolls sheet Lead, cross cut Saws complete.
Long handled fry Pans, Tacks, glue Kettles.
Tea and table Spoons, mortice Locks,
Plastering Trowels, sheath Knives,
Shoe Hammers, Pincers and Knives,
Blind Latches, measuring Tapes, chisel Handles,
Molasses Gates. & c.
Crockery and Glass Ware.
Gobfcts, Champaignes. black lustered Tea Pots,
Crates of Bowls, Plates, Nappies, Twiflers,
Mutiins, tea Cups and Saucers.
49 boxes St. Julien Claret Wine, Cassia,
19 boxes Sauterne Claret Wine, Pimento,
4 baskets Champagne, pe.trl B-irlev. Isinglass.
27 bbls. crushed Sugar, 90 bbls. Haxall Flour,
32 boxes famjly brown Soap, each 45 lbs.,
5 boxes soda Soap, each 68 lbs., 2 bbls. Saleratus,
66 kegs pure white Lead, 1 bale Wickinj,
27 boxes window Glass, 10 12, 8 10, 10x16,
82 ps. D. Bruisgin's" sail Cloth, Olives,
40 ps. Roshkin's" heavy sail Cloth, Capers.
100 ps. " Neketin's" light sail Cloth, Rio Coffee.
9 coils Boltrope, 60 coils hemp Cordage,
1 bale sail Twine, Stoughton's Elixir."
9 half chests Pouchong Tea, ass'd Essences,
Extract Lemon, Sage, Savory, Cayenne Pepper,
7 casks American Rice, paste Blacking.
Prussian Blue, lamp Black, Verdigris, Buckets,
Chrome Yellow, Black Paint, Hunt's coral Axes,
Handled Axes, Yankee Axes, large axe Handles,
Tea Kettles Nos. 1, 2 and 3, painted Pails,
A-snrtinent ol Stationery, Ink &c.. 17,000 Bricks,
Painted Tubs, wood seat Chairs, 6 tierces Coal,
6 bbls. Pitch, bright Varnish, black Varnish.
Spirits Tupentine. 1 case ass'd Paint,
Pencil, horse, white-wash Brushes,
5 casks salted Kamschatka Salmon, 18 bbls.' do.
And a variety of other articles, adapted to the trade
of the Pacific, all of which will be offered on liber
al terms, for cash or approved credit, by
S. H. WILLIAMS & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1S48. tf
VTOVV landing from the Brig Correo de
1 Cobija,' from Valparaiso, and for sale by the
400 bags superior Flour, 200 half bag, dodo,
83 bbls. Pork. 30 bags Beans, 50 do B irley,
30 do Indian Corn, 50 do Colfee, I cask Hams,
10 bags Walnuts, 3 casks dried Pears,
12 jars split Peas and Oat Meal, 8 kegs Butter,
23 bbls Ale, quarts and pints, 25 kegs Tobacco.
5 casks M irsal i Wme, 2 do Bordeaux Wine,
6 do Brandy, 9 do Rum,
30 boxes Cogniac, 40 cases Gin,
25 cases CI iret, superior, 10 do. Port Wine,
2 casks Martelis Braidy, 10 cases Eng. Pickles,
16 boxes Black Tea, 10 cases Eng. Mustard,
6 cases Eiig. Jams, 5 jars Pisco,
24 boxes Champagne, 19 doz. Shovels and Spades,
3 cases Table Cu'Ierv, 3 do English Saddles,
10 dox. Brass Clocks, 10 bales Cod Fish,
2 casks Porous Bottles, 1 do. Bristol Bricks,
3 bales Broadcloth, 1 do. Poncho Cloth,
2 bales Red Flannels, 1 do White Flannels,
I bale Cassimeres, 1 case Woolen Caps,
1 care Linen Drills, I do. Prints.
1 case Ribbons, 1 do Vesting, 1 do Bed-ticking,
1 do summer Cloth, 2 do Alpacas,
150 Chile Saddle Cloths, 3 cases Hosiery,
3 do pantaloon Stuff, Perfumery, Cards, Ink,
And a great variety of other articles.
F. RODRIGUEZ VIDA.
oct. 21 tf
T J. CARANAVE has on hand and offers
0 for sale on reasonable terms
500 bbls. Chile Flour, Bread, 25 bags Coffee,
50 cases Preserved Meats, 2 do. Peas, Olives,
35 Maccaroni, 10 do. Loaf Sugar,
30 ' Vinegar Fruits, Anchovies, Mustard,
12 " Almonds, 4 do. Confitures, Sweetmeats,
1 " Mushrooms, 4 bis. Clover, 10 do Vinegar,
Pieces of Silk, Mattrasses. Hats, Caps, Boy's do.
Blankets, Silk Umbrellas, Cotton do.. Stockings,
Blouse Coats, 5 cases colored Shirts, Bunting,
5 cases Jackets and Pants, 90 bbls. CI ret,
50 cases White Wine, (Bordeaux,) 89 do. Claret,
24 Champagne 52 do. French Beer,
50 bbls. Cogniac." 120 do. Ruin, 250 ca.es Gin,
160 cases Absinthe, 120 demijohns Cogniac,
40 " Cordials, Porter, Beer, 31 cases Syrups,
Sarsaparilla Wine, different size registers,
10 bbls. Vinegar, 1 case Snap, 1 case Odour,
4 cases Cigars, I case Looking Glasser,
2 " Assorted Perfumes, 6 do. Shoes, 10 do Ink,
4 'V containing small articles of Glassware,
2 " French Tob icco. 3 do. Matches.
I " Buttons, 4 do. School Paper, Canvas,
Champagne Glasses, Window Glass, Capsules,
Armenia Bills, Men's and Women's Saddles,
Spurs, Whips, Pitch, Tar, &c, &c.
J. C. SPALDING
HAVING taken the Store formely occu
pied by Waldo & Co.. offers for sale
' 500 gallons whale Oil, 300 gallons Syrup,
250 gallons Molasses, 10,000 lbs. Sugar,
15 chests Tea, I bale brown Cottons,
3 cases blue Drills, 6 cases while Drills,
Cases blue mer. Prints, rigar Bxes,
Orange stripe and pink Prints, lea Caddies, &c,
6 cases 3,000 lbs best white Thread, Coffee,
China work Boxes and writing Desks,. Pepper,
Cinnamon, Tumblers, Salera'us, Bowls, Plates,
Knives and Forks, Spoons, Stirrups. Bits,
Pea Jackets, Monkey Jackets, red Flannel,
Red Flannel Shirts, wb. and blue Cottons,
Saddles and Bridies. 4 coils ratlin Stuff.
I coil 2 in. hemp Rigging Shoes, Tob.icco, Soy,
Mirrors, watch Stands, Silks, Satins, Calicoes,
Axes, Arrnw-rool, Corn,
And a variety of other articles at tbe lowest market
Honolulu. Nov. 18, 1848. tf.
THE undersigned would respectfully no
tify the citizens of Honolulu and the public gen
erally that they have formed a Co-P-irtnership in
the Carpentering business at the well known stand
one door north of the resideme of Mr. C. W. Vin
cent, under the firm of BREWSTER & SNELL.
where they will be prepared to execute with neat
ness and despatch, any orders for building, &c,
with which they may be entrusted. They hope by
assiduity and attention to business to merit a share
of public patronage.
G. W. BREWSTER,
A. W. SNELL.
Honololu, Dec 9, 1848. tf
THE undersigned would give notice that
they intend to close business on tSe 1st Janua
ry. Those having demands against tbem are re
quested to present them for payment, and all those
indebted to lha said firm will please call and settle
previous to the first of January,
dec IS 3t BENT & CO.
KOLOA Molasses 500 casks of superior
quality, for tale by
may 13 nrtf WILLIAM LADD. Agent.
THIS EVENING, Dec. the rf.mioe will
commence wiia Shakespeare's Traavdj as
Previous to which will U spokea by an Amatrsr,
I3r Tickets Io be bad sl the Aud ion Rxmi, ol H . J.
Robertaoa. during the aftcraooo prrcedisg thcrilnirg
of performance, aud at the Box OtLcs the aujfc: l is
Doors opea at 7 o'clock : Performance in cea.ovrnc st
bait past 7 e'clork.
Admittascs Box. tlj Pit, to teats.
UST received, per ship "TSAR" from
ll Boston, and for sale by Makes, Aatbvn L Co.
47 cases assorted Prints: 6 do blue Sheeting.
5 do blue Drills, 3 do Thread, 4 do Saddleiy ,
12 bales Denims, 1 case cotton Flannel,
2 cases Flannel. 1 cae spool Cotton,
3 cases satin Jean, 2 bales bed Tick,
4 cases pant Stuff, 1 cie Muslins.
4 cases Umbrellas and Parao!s, Wi.kvarn,
Suspeuders, Hosiery, merino Undsrsliuts,
Knetting Cotton, silk Cord, Tape,
35 dozen assorted blank Books, trapping Papsr.
26 reams ass'd cap, letter and kill Paper, Ink,
Steel Pens, gold Pens, letter Clasps.
Boots, Shoes aad Hats.
30 cases Bootees, Brogans, Gaiters,
Women's and children's Mioes,
110 dozen assorted palm leaf lists.
Iron Pot, sauce Pans, Furnaces, bake Pans,
Ploughs, assorted sizes Nails, Wire, sheet Iron,
Sieves, wrought Nails, setts of bench Plane.
Setts Hollows and Rounds, paint Brusht.
Oval, bead, sash, rabbit, table and block Planes,
Sash Toots. Shoe and duating Bmshes, tooth do.
Marking do, pencil do. Axes, Adzes, broad Axss.f
Floor Axes, Hatchets, Shingling do. Tacks,
Brass and iron Screen, counter Sralrs, Ftypans,
Run, mortice, tloet. rhest, nil and box Locks,
Hooka and Hinges, Handcuffs, Brace and Bills,
Bitts, jack n and sheath Knives, Augers,
Nail, riveting, competing and coopers' Hammers.
Fish hook,. Needles, sail Needles, socket Caator.
Glue kettles, bras Dividers, drk Hinge,
Screen Rings and Hooks, flu-h Bolt. Files, Glue,
Rasps, coopers' Tool. State, coffee Mills.
Glats, mineral and mahogany Knobs, PinrerV,
Grindstone roller and cranks, snip Shsar. Plyers,
Thimbles, Scissors, tailor's Shests, Gimbiet,
Screwdrivers, aw setts. Square. poke shave.
Window cprings. Chisels, brans Cotk,, Vices,
C. s. and G. s. Handsaws, back do, romp do.
Ox chains, sheet Bra, corksrrew. Roles, Butt.
Drawing Knives, measuring Tapes, hand Bells,
Brass Nails, Brittannia and lin'd spoons.
New caps, rifle Powder, spirit Levels, Blacking,
Bristol brick, Bakepans. gauging Rods, Awl,
Door Lttthe. plastering Trowels, curry combs.
Saddler's splitting machine and tool, bed screws.
Ivory and horn combs, side combs. Bead
Pearl and suspender buttons, violin Strings,
Lead and slate pencils, fish and log Lin,
Oil stones. Sic.
Boxes Tin, tin Pails. Pots and Pan, coffre Pots,
Tunnels, Japaned Lamps, lamp Fcsdeis, Basme,
Bed pans, milk Pans.
Glassware and Crockery.
16 crates crockeiy Ware, rt. Nappi. plates.
Cups and Saucer. Bowls, Fers and Bavins,
Pitchers, Mugs, Lanterns, Looking glass,
25 boxes 8 10, 10 12, Gl.is.
Best American Flour, Che, Butter, Hams,
Rice, Pilot Bread, Biscuit, Crackers, PirkUs,
Ketchup, lemon syrup, S.irnnes, loaf sugar.
Brown and Casule Soap, llps, Cuba sixes,
Spanish Cigars, Tohacin, tm rut do. Currants.
Sago, dried Apple. R iimiis. Almonds, table Salt,
Essence of Spruce. Corks. Pipes, MuMard. Mace,
Oysters, Loboters, Clams, Mackerel. Shad in ttas.
Nutmegs, CaisU, Clove. Buswan Lozengs.
Oil aad Paints.
Linseed Oil. spirits Turpentine, copal Vainwk,
Neaipfuul Oil. Coal Tar, Venetian Red,
Improved gteen Vermillion, Lampblack, Putty.
Churns, Ox bows, Buckets. Pail, Tubs, Boxes.
Axe handles. Auger and Chisel bandies, -Chairs,
Boot-tree and Lad. '
Sept. 23. 1843. if.
JUST received per bark "Vancouver" from
London, and for al bv the Agents of the
HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY.
White and grey shirting Cottons, primed Cottena,
Plain and twilled blue Cotton, Dinulv , Taking,
Bleached and giey duck Mirettng, INnabnrg,
Estopellas, superfine and oiiiiiion w ht'e Flannel,
Blankets, green Baize, bl'k and rol'd silk lldkl.
Superfine blue, black and brown Cloth,
Black silk for Ladie' L)ree, Scot h Cambric,
Ladies' and gent's iik and cotton Hose.
Gent's kid, cotton ami silk Gloves, strre Drawer,
Black and drab liar, black summer Cloths,
India rubber and rollon HiaCrv.wa'rrpront Capet,
Assorted Tapes, doTiiread, G'jernrfr Flocks,
Superior Frtk ai.ii Dim Coats,
Dark, checked and striptd Trow rs.
Superfine cloth Trovers. blue and ltd Han. Shirt,
Blue cloth and .Fearnought Jacket,,
Fine wlii'e and striped cotton Shut, lie.
Crockerv aad lltudume.
Coffee and Tea Set's, Tnrcrn.. cot cud Dishrf.
Sugar Bow !, w hile and blue fcrli-n ate.l'laivs.
Milk and Tea Pols, Jug, h.iking Iihi,
Ewers and Basin, Cot.ce Mill. Iii b (.Men.
Japanned cinet ai d t ignr Start)!, iron l -'.
Britannia metal rutlc-e !'!. p-' and pcu Km,
Table and dessert Knites aril Fork,, Mid liuns.
Sauce and Frying Pani, MiovcU aid Spades,
Cast Iron Truck Wtiecl, bmtliiig Curl. Kii.
Brass and iron Butt, cros ruit Hingis, I.oi k.
Bar Lead, Hat, bo!t and hmp lion. Crkww.
Hand, pit and crocut Saws, t"rpcnt-i' AH ,
Assorted socket Conors aixl 1 iir. Nail I'i.i.r
Plated Spurs, T. P. F. and laiu ter tiunpowt'..-.
Percussion Caps, Needles, tlay Pipe, fee.
Bolt and sheathing Copper, Rivet, whale Line,
Sheathing copper NaiU. w loughl rrpprr Nail,
Large and small Anchor, patent chain Cable,
Double andatngle Bloci, wrter' Paint. Tar.
Patent Cunvas Nos I to S, pump Leather, Pitch,
Hind and deep Sea Lad Liiie,Turrntiti,Putt,
Rnpeing and seizing Twine.l'opal Vat iih,Ruia,
Linseed Oil, black Variu-h, &c, be.
Superior Durham Mustard. Eenc of C.
Port and Sherry Wine. ike. leb 2 if
HARDWARE, CROCK FRY, Ac.
I PLOUGHS; I Amiis; I Vices n-m CO
"X to 0 lb; bug Shot; rDr and iron Tnk;
Clout and Scnpter NaiU: Hrad; Mill Saw;
(irind-Mone; llati hrt Head; Thi.inb Latibr;
Noifoik Latcbe; Axes; nd Mone; cut Nait;
Topxail Sheet Chains; Sad lion;
Marfin Spike; Caulking Iron. Twrnscraws;
Firmer and So ket tloue nd CI ie';
Carpenters' Ruh-s; Butt; li;a(Wk:
Bolts. 6, 8 snd 12 inch; Mons Trowel;
Carpenters and Cooper' Adz;
Screws, ans'd sizes; uoub.'e and sin. Plaus Irons;
Double and single Plane. Jointer, Fore, Jacks,
Smooth, Rkhit plane. Matrb PUue;
Bead Plane, Hollow, nd Kofliri,;
Castor. 3. 4, 5 and 6 hole; Match Safes;
Study Lamps; Dinner Sett; iise; Pucaei;
Sugar; Eserand Basin-; Foot Batbs; .'
' Gla Jar; eov'd Chamber;
15 cask (liu Tumbles, a.i'd !ze snd ptlrr.j
12 bblE. B crushed Sugar; Spin pea;
Gr'ndR-e; Tonuto Ketchup; Ui Inul Ketchep;
Starch; Clove,; u t,n Water Crackets;
15 tin Graham Cracksrs. '
U tf. For sale by EVEBElT fc CO.
NEW WHALE BOATS. c.
VOK sale by the anbarrtbera, 3 new Whata
L Boats complete Harpoon. Lance Peles, Oar
Boat and Cutting Spade, Lances, fee.
aug 26 if S. II. WILLIAMS Jc CO.
FOR SALE OR TO LEARK.
F)R sale or to .Lease, on application at
tbe Home OSes, a tract of Land coo'aiaiag 44
acres, lying between th mauka Waikiki Rotdand
Miotupohaku, near Puaahee. tf e 1