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Je or a groan, bOquictl; am! enliny ceased (
iratb , before the sun baJ reached its meridian.
1 bit is not tbe place for an extended analysis
th character of the deceased. He adorned
crrj rt latiitn he sustained. As a husband, as ft
tlh. r, as an agent entrusted with great rcKn
tNlitWt wietiilicr of thia mission and of this
f.trtgn rommunity , be wn the raino kifxl, cnti--K:nti""i
devoted christian, taking not Li
,,, but the thinjs w bich are Jesus Christ',.
l?ut he has gne from u, and bat a void i
f, Who will supply hia dce? Where Mill
. .11 IumI ft mom aiiLVM .t..- ..... .1 F- I .
.....vr..-.v.sfWn,ii iiinni, or
thr n"f' a1! 'his foreign rommunity a better
(laniiUof integrity, of k indites, of heavenly
pn-ty. Where will she, who fur 31 years, hn
jurrd ail hi)")'" -"d H his sorrows, look for
rwiiwri, i' -.'I ''n. i us intcll-c-nt
countenance and kind voire w ill no longer
Hicr b-r dwelling. 1 be dear children here
t . "' hy f" distant land, w ill no
,ijrr share bis counsel, bia love, hit prayer.
!c r- fr.nn bia alrs and bis work follow
him. lb? desires no eulogy from us. lie trusl-
t' works of righteousrtcaa, wbirb be bad
t i .
lime, it-language ever was.
"ir. "V m4 fM.imn.,
fcrwrty Bf, aty traal 4rL"
In tKe arrayed, bis end wu peace, and hi
v full of immortality. "Ulcsacd are the .lead,
bo J in the Ixrl." K. W. C.
f lac ri4aia.
Mi. r.Dttoa ''Could wo hut see ourselves as
h'tt r usM there would In? less occasion for
r iHeimry and often rrcated lectures upon
ovcnimcnt of children, whicL are ao often
outulga'rd for the eccial liencfit of parents
I teaHiers. Rut human nature i an const it u-
m that "tho keenest pang of anguish (the)
art en knows" are aomciinws caused ly
Sarsh ward, word lightly and thoughtlessly
.ken, arvl at others by the withholding at
iMttion and encouragement," and Uih alike
re mad their iMi-rtiin, whuh arc rii.iio-
vti to the olwerver, (bough not always fdt or
I ignored by the individual ujkmi wh'Hii they
f r had their itiftoenre.
U tn apiweriate the ileep-ftlt sympathy for
i.Wf-N thxt are "soured or iro ok ed ly awold-
parent or teacher, arxl was graiifc to lead
jr Lt aer .f Btktlor'$ Minlcd con
maation of a too common evil, lie honoil)
fi c, boerer, the iinjrcon of his child-
A, end rrhapt could be anal ire hisottn
4irter re woud fud that the ''harsh word.
oU liglitly and th ughllesly kt n," have
1 mr than a j it influence in fiving hi opiu-
uti ihe lic dine of youth.
lmKhrr individiiil woukl see equally di.as-
ric)ucnrcK rnsuliing from too much a
l Kit mn and wi Kir Jgrmi-nt, and fvel a likeso
tu r t 'he too coimnon conduct of parents
a.njt ererniii;f their rbiHren from Idamr,
I iiiterisg them into the la lief that in I lie l.uf
i; t this worll, which all must inert, ihcy
1 hat daly aorrci.itid.
e prrml or teacher scolds and fi cts anoth
'iiiiao'l tod flatters, and each see the oili
Ult, ai'4 eoaleinns it, without understand
1 tkal ho u I krwisi' in error. While it is the
y ruadiat and teachers to shun the f w-
ii cv I, it is ns less mcuinUtit on them to avoid
ly eijwr ence ti-arWa me that "the I -ruined
I is (irlt-Mii Itrvken,'' aivl if "iiittnre bat
uce iaj I hi hrsrt," it more frequently fdliws
liihy tnan seventy. Tbe heart, rorrupt as
. aft dcrause it is ao, grows angry and
( rvtoked, tis true, hut nevrrthtless
so iovtrlW intrulim hivrth knowlrflge,lNit
Hit asinh rctrof is twutiah. Connornla
ail nai remedy the evil, nr take the place
inaaiiv and stem commands, sternly enforced.
riff a . I kindovas ccliuke enforced ami
tr nr asursxt, slmuld go band in band in
vjj the character of youth.
id I a desire to fa the rising generation for
iuli.sis tivl strifo to retfler I hem unhappy
(rbtfletn ttmUr the restraints of Ijw ainl or
IslitnJ I always eommenf atxl encourage,
ifit-r issue or justify authoritative coin
Is. Children not accustomed in their youth
"t tnd sutifflit to rccoofs and dicourage
S3iTfie into maturity resolute and ineorri
', hi i position to moral reatraiota ami legal
tmeiiu. ford Hyron was not only a misan-;-e,
ut he lrani4ed upon and detested all
i ad many Ircsl commands which thwart-
ft alf-wit'. Had be been governed instead I
'4Je. hy bis mother -reliuked instead of
hy ti friends, he might have learned ha-
f oIuh.'mj ce and acquirvl a just spjfecta
t hs un merit, and lived a good citizen,
1't d4 inisanthroe. lie suffVred from
Villi 'thick I would condemn.
iae rreal or teacher will avoid both e
Voaad acraHilously ahatnin not oidy from
J, njt encouraging cbiHren in the belief
h-y ae in it jutly treated hy the person to
ii lby o ohxdHwr and reieet. Though
ot nu y he two mdalj't, and a teacher too
r, nll ing is more fatal to a rbdd thaiisym-
mam ft tie I fin- or against either to whom
ii look fir Instruction or diroctiaw. AU
im! tkt evils resulting from fsthrVs con
a and a mother's sympathizing with adia-
itt ayhgtat rbdd, al they are equally
at be. i tb parent and teacher ar at va
. It is Ux-onnng, therefore, at all times,
! prerttm of cbihlren, to avoid sioaking
U auihority,or the tntntrt io wbieb it is
-I am forty to iWrv in joupapcr of
V iat., a paragraph attemmng to prove
o d.nrcnocsi elisU he to em tli crews ot
a.. pa of rar lately in our harbor. I do
, myself, any thing in print Ut honest
a a . ft t.nuaa
n argument, sd afcouM tama i&
Hon entirely dascountenanced by tbe fact
" eotir town of Honolulu, (which must
f t fiom practical acquaintance) affirms,
aiais a 4, that erew hchavfrl well,
loiitabli-, and lb other ercw Ubaved bad,
ta eiplsnatiott of ibut foci, s Utter lar
'ipUiamg it away, and it is eaaily made.
ship is Miaunod w itb crew if on na
f iht otfcer of many or all naUoos; ro
nionlj of nawty Raturahftndcitusratt. wtio
ot g rminated ia thai soil or partaken
UJ chasacter. Tfcis auppoaiiion caa
7nc "" ' the carelessness of character
nUu me savage jiersonal combats so
numerous ashore in the day-time
can never liclieve an American crew, horn
fa rajl am. I . . I .a
voM.-u , me country, can ever act as that
If actions are any criterion of rlnr.M .k-
.i:r " uc
uuicrcncQ must Do with ih rrp.-. -.i
flection, I tbink you must he convinrA.1 ik..
: in uiFuii re
fact cannot I scj site, hy ,he crew of tbo one
n p navmg Shaved well at Hilo, and one or two
ohtary instances of the other having become
uisurueny nere. (Though there aro stran
rumor afloat among the natives concerning the
treatment of women at Hilo.) Who will charre
id... t.t. .
w.,n uwgracciul street fighting among
...ccivea, in toe iiaytune, and with violent as
greasions at tbe dcadofniirht not nnWnn,.
out on foreigners, remises in search of
women under '.rctence of seeking lodgings
.ao. oi uie nrst respectability not excepted.
" .vre upKr vcramlahi had to l protected
with sword and pistoln; and in which bouses
'ero ramihea crowding for security into the
highest apartment, N.. kt U8give prniMJ where
Frame u due, aixl withold it w here it i. iw..;..i
To encourage the one and discountenance the
other regardless of nationality, and not coufound
too eternal principles of right and wrong in pu!
At tbe tamo time your comments upon the
ciuse of that great moral defilcr of countries, in
toxicating spirits, being a mercantile article here
against the desire of the government and nation,
are crltctiy just and prtqter.
TaU'TH, THE WHOLE TtOTH,
AKD 2r0IHI!S BCT THE Tat'TII.
K7" e have sought in vain for the para
gisph attempting to prove that no difference ex
ist between the crews of the ships of war lately
in our harlmr." We have not attempted to
prove auch an obvious contradiction. With
some slight exceptions, the crew of the Ampbi-
trite behaved in a manner to reflect credit upon
their ahip; with the same exceptions, the crew
oftho Ohio behaved, as our corrcsiiondetit says.
"itifaiMu..l " -!-. . . ... .
v- - "--m tor in is oiticrenre
asaigncil by our corresporxlent, may account for
it in part, and it certainly tdiould have its weight;
hut wo arc still of opinion that we pointed out
thu rommciit cause after fM, which we have no
doubt wit, rpintvo liquors.
t'"PHMlrocc u( Iht rlracaa.
ft raw s from tbe Cold Coast No. 2.
(lold M imc rfoicn in (Ac mouth barking out
kotHt-nrknttttobrr treond thoughts Big
.a i) a Southern ihggingt Inlinn troultles
Orrgonian Lotie Indian Trade Ae Tai-
lr tnaica fAc ManTrifks ttf Trade Price
. f'tvrrcnl How to get Kick the' Liquor Trade
h'tft ct in the .Mountains Liquor in' High
Life M'Ao'i to blame 1 .1 Teetotaler Wel
eom Immigrants .J retired Functionary.
Stw Fawctsco, June 27, 1949.
Dra Pol. Aliout the gold I promised to
speak of that theprimuMt mobile the grand at
tractionthe focus of all enterprises the life,
ami glory, and curse of California.
How much do they get? Why, sooth to say,
I he mountain streams are now up, and have put
a damper on the miners. Your tdeek-hnired,
ilk-vr?tcd, soft-skinned, tight-booted New York
ers are oor w ater dogs, and are sadly tantalized
to know that the lucre they covet lies a fathom or
two deep, beneath the cold, eddy ing torrent that
rolls d.wn from the melting snows. Many peo
ple are bitterly disappointed. Instead of float
ing into the gold region on a cloud, without ef
fort, and filling a aack lie-fore breakfast with clean
lirgni metal, their blistered hands, lame legs and
breaking backs, their lost horses, hard beds and
rough fare .convince them that something more is
to be done to get gold than cry "ocn sesame
One gentleman a Mouf, muscular one, too
came down the other day with his face set, like
a rutty weather-cock, homewards. To fry his
own salt ork, sleep on a cold rock in tbe wild
mountains, and dream of his sweet wife and
smiling bairns in the land of oysters, fresh cod
ami feather beds, was too overwhelming. All
the gold of the Sierra would not tempt him to
stay. Starvation on a potato, at borne, were
prcferalJe to the most prosperous gold digging.
Toor fellow ! the illusion was over tbe poetry
of the thing bad curdled to sour prose be was
home-sick! and thousands of enthusiastic adven
turers, before summer is over, will heartily sym
pathize with him. Many who have been at the
mines within the last two months hare hardly
taid expenses; some have returned poorer than
they went. Every steamer henceforth will de
part with some of these repentant wanderers..
But some are more successful, and pound
lumps, and larger, are occasionally turned up.
One man, this summer, bought a bole that ano
ther bad dug and dug out, as he supposed and
after baling out the water, extracted thirteen
pounds itt the first 24 hours; this fact is well at
tested tnouib to keep the fever raging in tne
face of all obstacles. A gentleman from the Isl
ands brought down latelr a :..----pure
gold weichiiig eighteen ounces Troy. I he
largest piece I have seen, was one of pure metal
81 ounces in weight, found at the Stanitdaus and
old by Mr. Webber, in April, for .ww, or
neatly 937 er ounce. It was sent to the States
two mouths since. Another sjweimen from the
Stanislaus, of gold mingled with quartz a splen
did illustrative specimen some four inches in
. s ti sT.ll 2s. to
diameter, ami wc igiung o i-z uw. a ruj, .v..
the hands of I jcut. Wood worth, ami has been
a . a I. .
sent borne. Other pieces, larger man
have been rortcd, but I have not seen them.
I he extent of the explorations has not tieen
very materially enlarged the rescnt season.
Some wrlies have been working on the T uallo
my, Mcrco.1, and other trilmtarics of the San Jo
aquin south of the Stanislaus; but so far as I can
learn, hitherto with indifferent success, owing to
tbe height of the streams.
The Indiana have proved troublesome m that
vicinity, and it is reported that many foreigners
bare been killed, among them Mr. Gamer, of
Monterey, with a party of half a dozen natives of
. . - l.l . Wrih'
the country. I be Indian irouwea
near tbe American Fork, you are aireaoy .w.,c
of. Some fiery spirits irom -
tbeir Indian war of last year, firmly
an Indian is an Jiiattm the world over, and that
they are commissioned, jurt divino, to extermi
nate every id-skin their rifle balls can reach un;
der tbt whole beareoa. ' ' -
POLYNESIAN. SATITKn vv ifTKUST m
To this discriminating hatred must be attri
nuieii, in me mam, the hostile attitude of the ab
origines. Last season the Indians were inoffensive-even
friendly. Men passed with impuni
ty, almost or entirely unharmed,' through Uje
"..uesi mountain lastnesses. I have myself
Fcni uays ninony ihtin, wholly in their nowcr.
without the si i-litt apprehension of danger.
With their goiiil-w ill their trade is of course
gone. They were, last year, the best customers
m the mountains. Fond of display, they eager
ly exchanged their native raiment, which con
sisted of stark nothing, for the gewgaws, trap
pings and habiliments of civilized men and wo
men; and this, exchange they paid most roundly
for in the yellow metal they had picked with
sticks frorn the crevices of the rocky ravines.
It was an amusing sight to see in ruffled shirt,
silk vest and cravat, tight coat, pants and boots,
anil under a broad-brimmed fur hat, a stiff, taw
ny fellow, strutting like a turkey cock, whom
yesterday you had seen in the easy undress of
The simple creatures had not studied Numis
matics or Finance, and in their estimates of the
relative value of things were not always as
shrewd asa o ,r wouU GIass jcatL(
they paid an equivalent weight in gold for.
Blankets, a hundred or two dollars!. Hum, and
similar things, at least nil they were worth.
The tricks of trade were too deep for them.
When the seller, in weighing their gold, pinched
the tongue of the balance firmly between his fin
gers, or let the oposite end of the beam rest
against his coat sleeve, or put in a two ounce
weight, or even a ten ounce weight, as was some
times done for on ounce, they did not always
comprehend the reason why it took so much of
their dust to satUfy their creditor. Add to these
hints of the modus operandi of the Indian trade
the monopolies of it in many easy vjrtucd com
panies of traders, through the influence of quasi
Harems, ami donations of fat beef or horse meat
and you will understand how men could at once
make their tens or scores of thousands and tin
make their health gain gold and disgrace at the
It is well that such chances or getting ricii nit
this season few. But the Indian traffic is per
haps in a measure replaced by the ruin traffic-
It is understood that thPluckiestjniners are those
that undermine at once tbe reason and purse of
their customers. A Catholic Dadre sold lm.
brandy last autumn, at the Stanislaus, for $16 a
bottle. Many weak men have been swept by
temptation into the gulf of ruin ami death.
know of half a dozen who went into the mines
and dug, and bought, and drinked, till they dug
tneir own graves, and bought their death-war
rant, and drinked their death potion on the en
chanted ground they were never to leave. Oh
the curse of Rum the withering breath of in
temperance in the territory ! A scorching flame
poisonous, sulplicrous, suffocating lickin
over the face of society, would he less horrid.
And when men wearing epaulettes, and gilt but
tons with anchors and eagles on them, only ad
fuel to the flame, and mix egg-nog till the little
hours of the clock look in astonishment on the
revelry, what can we hope for uncommissioned
citizcus and the profamtm rulgus in an atmos
phere so alcoholic and inflamahle? Lecturing is
Slamming the Nile with bulrushes.' It wants an
earthquake's , voice to pierce the stupified ear
drum of the liquor loving public. One noble ex
ample, though, stands up like a rock amid the
rushing waters, and the m'Xile" feels the force of
the adamant, if not of "bulrushes." It honors
man, and it honors cold water, that a high mili
tary commander beloved at home and abroad,
ami with laurels on his brow, frcuh gathered In
Mexican battles, adds fresher and more glorious
ones in this border field of moral peril, hy suffer
ing never a drop of tbe burninfViuid to pass his
lijs. The bright, unrheumy eye and complex
ion fresh with health and intelligence, are a lec
ture "by authority" that blossoming noses are
slow to turn up at. Drunkenness itself will ne
ver forget to doff its hat to 6uch a man. A few
like examples, without a word said, and the
fashion of drinking would be limited to gambling
dens and pot-houses.
It is matter of joy that of the thousands of new
comers, a large portion are the staunch descend
ants of the old Puritans hard-fisted, clear-head
ed, large-hearted yeomen holding industry to
be a cardinal virtue, order, as "Heaven's first
law," and education the primutn mobile aiming
at a spare penny, indeed, "for a rainy day," or a
charity, but not forgetting, in the rush for gain,
to build the court room And the meeting house.
Come over here, my dear Pol., and shake hands
with half the old friends you ever knew "down
east." Every other ship will bring you a "town
ey" or a school-mate. A dozen of my fellow
"chips" of the law are about mealready.( Were
"wife and bairns" here, also, I should almost fur-
get that I am not in New England. .
Speaking of old acquaintances, H. M.'s ex
Attorney General you would find, not framing
"Organic Laws," but retired from legal prac
tice, nnhppilpd. and almost uilheanl '"
, - -
oi ' tne nicrra wneiuvr in a
golden palace, it might he impertinent to in
Adieu, my good fellow, for a week.
Mississ the Shi. We hss bees courteously furntrked
bv the gentleman in thia lows lo whom it wan sddresaed, with
the following information, eilracled from a letter dated
Lahaiba, July 29, IP49.
1 arrived here yesterday, ia the ahip France, 22 months
out, 700 barrel aperm oil lint from Nakabiva.
While al Nukahira lb male of tbe ahip Geocee IMwas ar
rived there in a French achooner, from Robert'a Inland, where
he landed, after being in hia whale boat, with five other. aboot
twelve dava having loet the run of hia hip while in the pur
nit of whales, in long. 113 SO W., and about latitude 4 30. 8,
with about four gallosa of water, sod four pounds of bread.
He fortusaiely caught a porpoiae s few daya after he missed
the ship, which waa a gresl -relief jS them. Enclosed is hia
. -1 - - . JimXaJ n f I. MHMIIir rj Nn.
owa accouni oi me nmisp, """' r"
" Nrimin. Thitrsdar. Julr 6. Iel9.
Sin While in Ihe porsint of sperm whales, oa the JtHh of
last month, from the America ahip oeorge un, "
Bedfool, Uavid C. Wriht. master, aboul the latitude of 4'SU.
isth. and lonsitude 113 30 WeM, we lort our jip- The
nest dav we bore up nod stood mr Oieae island.. Os Ihe 22d
we landed on Konert a laiana, quue ww. . . T . " i -Z "
want of water and provision.. The nsoves there took Pf-
ama of on boat and craft, but supplied '""'"
pTovMona, wh.ch wU poir and acniy. On Ihe 29h the achr
Saltans arrived Ihers, and we applied to thevsptatn lor a pas
aiure to tho port, which he cenerouslv gave as. - He likewise
rXJUd eJbcit hs.bro.vht . W M'h,e"'
Amencss Consul here, sad sa we .re yet dependant upon Ihe
5Tc3 other.. - would humbly ad gm
Eicelfeacy to sid to gel to as .ricM Ageat, Ikat wemsy
rjois our ship, o, some other .h,p of oar saoeS; J"he may
think proper for as io do, 4 as your pertttoaer we sksll
rprsy. - .
la this lows, hi ihe mnrnintf of ihe 24 taat., JcumlLK.
Aulpai, wife of Hi. Hif hue-a Ihe Prt-niurr, rtl 3S yesn.
rer Mary Franci from llmiirrr V r. Aivta and child;
Meitur. J- J- Kl- mid (errant. Win. Jhn3ti slid Mtvnt B;
W. Masafield, Capl. P. tumming, MiaacS aiary.isd Jae,
PORT OF. HONOLULU.
July SI Haw. bark Mury Francis, Paly, 19 daya from Mod!
,erer. . ......
Aug. 2 Eng. brig Richard A: William, Brigatock, for Hnsc
, PORT OF LAI IAIN A.
July 27 Am. wlmleshiji Kihikus, Gardner, Ni-w Bedford. 22
rnnmna out. 50 xTm.
Ask- 2 British whalinc achr Amnion, Howell, 42 day from
Tahiti, with 26 aacugi-r, buuud to Cjn r'raicut u, dim I
lrom Lahaina. - - ,
CRABI) & SPALDIIVC!, '
... OFFER lor sale on reasonable
'Jtr I i4!r,,,8 th following assortment of
i at w holesale or retail, viz: -
66 coils assorted fixes Manilla Cordage, :
60 do .do do Hemp do .
100 bunches Cod Line. 5(10 pounds sewing T ue ;
20 bbls. Tar, 10 do Pitch, 5 do bright Varnish,
4000 feet of Oars. Lnces and Harpoon?, -Boat
Hatchets and other whaling gear,
10 cases Orange !ries, lOdo Turkey red cot'ns,
2 do York Ticking, 1 do Merrimack Prints.
A general assortment of Calicoes, Muslins, Lace3,
and other Dry Goods:.
Silks and Satins, crape Shawls, sewing Silk,
A large assortment of Hdkfs.,
Crushed and Loaf Sugar, Island and Manilla do.,
Confectionary, preserved Frails, Mustard,
Pickles, Pine Apple Cheese, Ham, Soy. Capers,
Assorted Sauces, Stoughton's Elixir,
Herrings in Tins, black cyane Pepper, Jellies,
Jams, Preserves, and a large assortment of Gro
ceries. ' ALSO "
Sperm and whale Oils, Linreed do. Olive do,
tobacco, Manilla) No. 3, and Principe Clears, Yara
Sizes, Hats, sCaps, Fans, Camphor wood Trunks
and Chests, Satin Apron?, Eau de Cologne, Laven
der H atcr, ass d Perfumes, ISoots & Shoes, and a
too numerous to mention.
Honolulu Aug. 4, 1849. 12-tf.
To Owners of Herds, or Lands in Waialna.
BY VIRTUE of a Petition, in accordance
with " Laws of the Hawaiian Islands Chap.
IV., page 55, of vol. o( Old Laws, passed in 1840.
from many Residents in Mananui. and other lands,
south of the River Paukauila, and north of the
Waianae Mountains, including Wahiawa, and
thence wast to the Cape of Kaena requesting a
meeting of all interested in Lands and Herds in that
region, to be held in Mananui, on the 15th of Au
gust next, at 9 o'clock, A. M., to devise and put in
to operation certain laws, to be binding upon the
community to protect their Lands'. Herds. &c.
I request all persons interested in Land and Herds
within the above named limits, to meet at Mananui
in Waialua at the house if Polu. on the day and
hour aforesaid, to do the business specified in the
petition. Let no one interested neglect attendance
r otherwise let him ever after hold his peace, and
suumii to i lie laws mat may be made.
J. L. NAILIILI.
Lunaauhau 4tb Dis. of Oahu.
Hawaioa, Waialua, "
July 28, 1849. - - J - l2-2t
HOTEL DS PPsAlTOS.
VICTOR CHANCEREL would
respectfully inform his friends and the
public, that he has taken the above
well k.ow n stand, where he will be
happy, at all times, to wait upon those who may
fivor hun with their patronage.
His Bar will always be supplied with the best of
Liquors and Cigars.
His TABLE will be furnished from the very
best the Market affords.
Hoard by the day or week. Meals and Lunch at
all hours of the day. Pic Nic and private parties
suppnea si snori nonce.
Good Sleeping Rooms attached to the plfjmises. '
. aug4.I2y ;
. ItCiUlTE HOTEL.
BROWN & FRIEL, would respectfully
notify their friends and the public generally,
that they have taken the above named establish
ment, where they will be happy to receive the calls
of those who may favor them with their patronage.
The rooms are airy, and fitted up in elegant style.
The bar will always be supplied with the choicest
of w ines, liquors snd cigars. Two good bowling
alleys are connected with the housa.
Strangers visiting this j port, and gentlemen resi
dent in Honolulu are respectfully invited to call
and examine for themselves.
Honolulu, Aug. 4, 1849. - 12-ly.
THE following is a list of the prices charg
ed for Beef in the Honolulu slaughter houses:
Loin, - - - - -- 8 cts. per lb.
" Steak, - - - 8
Round, . - ; . - - - - 1 7 ..-
2d do. 8
Standing Rib, - - - - 7
Other pieces, - - - 6
Neck, - - - , - 5
Shins, - . - . - .- ,.- - 4 "
' Shipping, - - 6 "
Honolulu, August 4, 1849. 12-tf.
rTHE CIRCUIT COURT for the Third Ju-
1. dicial district, commencing on the first Monday
of September next, will be held at Hilo, on the Isl-
..wl f 11 .;,. - .n.l II- 11 va. b. te.
tjntet Justice of the Superior Court, will attend to
preside over the same.
- HENRY RHODES, '
? -. Clrk of Superior Court. .
Honolulu, August I, 1849. 4.3(12
ONE OR TWO JOURNEYMEN COM
POSITORS, at this office. '
None but men of ttrictly Urn per ale principles
need apply, uoml w ages given. . ' Aug. 4.
JEWELRY, WATCHES, SWORDS, AC.
JUST received per Ship
MUiM 1 KbALi, from Bos
ton, a large and splendid as
iasljioiioblc Doobs, .
consisting of Cameo, Lava,
Mosaic and Enameled Pins,
Scarf Pins, (Jbld, Coral, Lava and Cameo Brace
lets, 1 Gold and Lava Necklace and Cross, Gold
Studs, Gold Chains, Gold Lockets, Kings, Bags,
Purses, Silver Combs, Time Pioces, Roman Pearls,
Hand Mirrors, Arrow Pins tor the Hair, Ear Hoops,
Ear Wires, solid Gilt Scabbard and Dress Swords,
with Mounted Belts, also plain Scabbards and plain
Belts, together with a general assortment of
of a quality seldom offered in this place.
For sale by D. N. FLITNER,
jy7 lm. 8. . , Successor lo. Mr. Boardman.
THE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore it
ietrrtg between the subscribers under the name
end style ol t-VLKETr at CO., expired by limita
tion on ihe 30th AprU., ?, ' " - . '; - -
- ' A.P.EVERETT.
- JAMES J. JARVES. ''''
Honolulu, JuJ 14. 1849. 4t9
EYEKETT at CO. Q
Oil ER fir sale the balance of I Ire Cargo
ex. ' Hi-riiic?," Irom Hong Konjr, conrstkig of
Nesis Camphor Wood Trunks (4 each)
:,0 do ' -- do Chests, (4 each)
3 C.t-eo Line rlth Caps. ! do 10(1 silk Uuilrellaa,
; 1 .., 75 iiluc Mitnii Uliiliitdlas,
& vaes preserved fiincr, 20 silver Card Cases,
2 cases iooc and uut-wowd writing Desks, double,
2 do do do do, single,
20 carved ivory Card Cases,
1 case feather Fans, whits and blatk,
1 case palm-leaf Fans,
Bamboo Easy Chairs and Couches,
Round and square rattan Chairs,
20 rolls floor Matting. 50 yds ea., 1 1-2 yd wide,
10 rolls rattan sleeping Mats,
Pieces crimon and white Pongee HJkfs , '
Pieces plain orsne -do.'. '
Pieces black Levantine Hdkfs. , ...
White crape Shawls, ass'd qualities and sizes,
1 Case, 200 ltaudas, as.s'd colors,
' 2 Cases Grass Clofh, 8 cases Nankeen?,
Cases containing, blue pattern Dishes, Plates,
Bowls, Cups and Sttm ei9, . i. 5
. 6 Setts laciucrvd.Teu Poys, .
1 Cai-e lacquered Tea Caddies,
1 du " t-'iar Kuxes, ' 1 '
1 do Udirs lacquered Work Boxes,
1 dor Bick gammon Boards, men and dice, com.
3 Setts Paper Boxes, . .,. . , . , -
3 Pairs Gold Scales. I Oraan, I0O.IHMI Cigars, ,
4 Bales Canvas, Nos. 5, 0 and 7, 2 bales Twine,
- 15 Bags bMck Pepper, 1 bale Blankets, (sup.)
. 2 Cases Bengal Hdkb., 300 pc., 7 each.
, 10 Doz. Woolen Shirts, 15 do do Stockings, .
-t-1 lcJ3laukc,tasu.) 2 cases, Ilat? --
Cases suierior ihiilnng, coiiKistin; of
Super. Dress and Frock Coats, Pants,
' 100 B iskets, 5 cases Iiiili.in B ilsam,
r.(l Doz. p icks Playing Cards,
2 dies, 200 doz. red handled Knives,
. Ilrandy, Gin Ac. ,
1K8 Cares Brandy, 1 dor. each,
30 Cases Schiedam Gin, I doz. each,
Kill Casks AI'J. 3 doz. each,
30 Ca.-cs London Porter, 4 doz. each.
Honolulu, June 2, lJ!. jun 2 tf
FOR SALE BY
J. J. CAUANAVE.
170R SALE, at very reasonable rates, the
following assortment of M K KCH AN DISK,
selected expressly for this Market.
Gentlemen's and ntl'u crs tine linen Shirts;
Si hi w hats and Bonnets, bl'k Tafleta;
Bl'k Satin for diesscs, silk lidkfs. under socks;
Ladies' white ilkit.kin;A. head drefuw, mitts;
Ladies' and ccntlenien's kid Gloves, Feathers;
French bl'k. Broadcloth, Billiard Cloth, Cravats;
Boys Caps. Ollicers Swords, &c, &c
Jjiqttot s, lUtrlhcmcarc, Jrc.
Half hogsheads Claret 23 gals each;
4 white Claret 28 gals each;
Cases Claret, Absvnthe, Cogniac, Guignold's
Cordial, Rosolio, Fruits in Brandy, w h't Cla
ret, sup. Champagne 12 bottles each , Corni-
ac, 24 half bottles; .
Dinner Sets, for 6 and 12 persons, cork screws;
Tea Setts. Matcl e?. Bells. Corks:
As'd Porccl iin w are, Glass for Pictures, &c.
Fancy .Irliclcs, Ac.
Pictures and Engravings, w riting Paper, Cigars;
.uuiwiii; ui.issi.-3 unu gnuca irauics, Lamps;
Clonks, with rr.arblc and gilded frames;
Wardrobe w ith looking glass. Lavender water;
I.arcc as't fine Perfuiiiery, as'd Cologne.
Piauos, Organs, Seraphinas, &.C., &c.
Gigs, Carriages, caparisons foi horses;
Bridles, Spurs. Halters, &c.,&c.
Best qiality Chile Flour, sp'ts Turpentine.
L)R SALE LOW, FOR CASH, at th
Jj store formerly occupied by Mr, Ladd, on the
i;cach, a great variety oi
. FAUOT CrOODSi
Consist in f of Fancy Prints, Mouslin do laines;
A splendid assortment tf Muslins, Irish Linen9;
Ladies' muslin Diesee, Ladies' si Ik Hose;
Sup. Silk Handkerchiefs, Cashmere Muillers;
- Bl'k silk Velvet, Denims, Gambruons,
' Bleached, brown and blue Cottons, &c.
Thin Clothing viz., Pants, Coats, Jackets, &c
A general assortment of GROCERIES, Kolo
Sugar, Codec, Pepper, &c.
stock i. ti: .in;
'PIIE UNDERSIGNED being nbout to re
L lire from business, offers for sale his ENTIRI
STOCK IN TRADE, consisting in part of
j wo neavy tnvns;
One pair Bellows;
17,000 lbs. of Iron, 1 nrst quality Vice;
A lot of Steel, 17 tons Uoal,
Stork and Dies from 1 to I inch;
A large assortment of Tools:
r 1 - , .
in Hiiori, everv iniiiff requirea to constitute a com
plete Ulacksmiihiug Establishment. ' Terms reason
able. Inquire of
jy21.I0tf JAMES II.VSSEL
PL.RET. 'MADEIRA. Vinprrae PaJnlQ.
n w - - y - aa aasa7
J Earthenware, Ale in draught, MarteU's Brandy,
r iour, iiacKiniosn coats, til inkets. Tobacco,
Boots and Shoes, Soap, Am. Clocks, hair brushes,
Vests, 1 rowsers. Coats, dress Shirts, Sherry,
Flannel under Shirts, woolen Socks, cotton do..
Clasp Knives, Boots, patent leather tops,
Shot, grass cloth Shirts, blu Cloth, Hatchets,
Adzes, Gouces, Chisels, Plane, fee, &.C.
Electro-plated Butts, Screws , Firo IronsLocks,
Kaitor strops, Kizors, Scissors, Hoer, Napkins,
Toweling, bicid Baskets, measuring Tapes, ,
Gunpowder, Gimlilets, oval Boilers, round do., ,
Saucepans, cross cut Siws, iron Tacks,
Powder Horns, Nails,
And mimy other Articles too namerons to
' ' ' mention.
jyl4.9tf - STARKEY, JANION & CO.
It. S. 1IAKKER.
"Tletail Dry Goods and Grocerr"ieair-
On the corner directly opposite the residence oJ. G. Munn,
If AS constantly on hand and for sale on
X J. reasonable terms, a general assortment of DRY
GOODS, such as Prints, Cottons, Clothing, Boots
and Mioes, &.C., etc.
Groceries. Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Sperm and
right whale Oil ; CORN MEAL constantly on
N. B. A large assortment of Children's Toys,
lor sale cnoap. jy2S. bmll.
CO-PAIlTNF.ItSIlIP NOTICE. .
'I'HE SURSCRIBERS have this day en
1 tercd into a co-partnership for the transaction
of a General Mercantile &. Commission lln
sine, at Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich Islands,
and San Francisco, California, onder the name
EVERETT & CO.
A. P. EVERETT.
THEODORE SH ILL A BER,
JAMES J. JARVES.
Honolulu, May I, 1849. jy!4.2m9
CWAN & CLIFFORD take thia oppor-
O tuhity of informing the residents of Honolulu,
and the public generally, that they have removed
tbeir Bakery from its old stand to tbe premises at
present occupied, in part, by F. W. Thompson, as
an Auction Room, where they will be happy to
serve all those who may favor them Ci their
patronage. r '-!-
' Private families supplied with fresh Bread every
morning, and shipping supplied with Biscuit : at the
shortest notice. -'-. '
N. B. Constantly on band, and for sale, superior
Flour. .-. .. .... j, my 19. tf. .
BUTTFH, ;. -
FIESH, from Kauai, for sale hy
juni tf F. fc. YIDA.
1 by W
IRTUE of a writ of Execution issued
L. Lee. Esq., Chief Justus of the Su
perior Court, upon a judgment agamst Robeit
Bo) d, defendant in execution, in favor f Joiia J.
Caranave, plaintiff ia execution, for flfi41 S7, I
have leviedjsjpon, and shall capoca for sals nn th
premises to tha highest bidder, on Tkursda. lha
9th day f August, at 10 o'clock, A. M , tk'a fol
lowing preperty, .:
One pic c ef land sitaale a'. Nuanou valley, m
the Island of Oahu, and described by surveyed
boundaries as follows: Commencing st a stake at
the east corner 78 Inikssweaf of the road leading to
Nuanuu valley, also on the north aide, and beaids n
mud wall and running N. SI 44 in., Vf. C chains
and 0 links, to Ftske in middle of rivulet 8 lints
easterly of a larce firm rock the ace S. 47 4i ni
W. 6 chains and 6S link, along said f it ulet lo lop
of a rock at an angle of a rivulet thence 8. 14 e
80 in., W. 3 chains aad 94 links to a stale rl wet
corner of lot measured thence S. 49 30 m., E.
chains and 85 links tustske st south corner thenco
N. 43 C Id chains sad 47 links running along
nearly parallel with rotd ie place of tonimenco
ment, as apjieurs by Royal Pat cut. No. I, nvn
coiiflrmatiou of Land CoHiiuisisiun.
" ' 'also, '
The piece or parrel of land lying between tho
premises above described and I be Nuuana roa;
both being suoject to all outstanding legal incum
brances. The abote grounds to ho sold with all
Irnless the said judgment, interest, costs of smt.
am) cay fees and commissions bo previously satisfied.
M aiaha I.
Honolulu, July 10, IS49. 14.4(9
55 1' ' undersigned would rejsjxTt
'ii'JHv fully notify the public generally, that
ilMlre4 ,ie ha8 taken the above well known
jf-t Ptand in Honolulu, for ihe purpose of
keeping a FIRST CLASS HOTEL. The boue is
entiicly new, having been recently rebuilt, on an
rularged scale, with extensive accommodations for
lodjjers, boarders, &c.
His Bar will always be found supplied with the
best liquors, and customers will be served by n
gentlemanly Uaikecpcr. The Billiard Table con
stantly in readiness for th"e wlio admire a pleasant
and gentlemanly game, while those fond of cxerciso
can readily find it in the well-fitted Bowling AIIc)S
connected with the establishment.
The undersigned Lopes, by his long experience in
the bii.iiics. and his unremitting attention to tho
comfort of those who may favor him with their cus
tom, to merit a shaie of ihe puMir patronxpe.
Honolulu, July 28. 1849. 6111II.
EX. AUCKLAND, Tin. CALIFORNIA.
f'ASES Orange Stripes and Prints "
V. Turkey Red, Sw is, blue Prints, pink Prints,
DciiiniH, Strqies. Ticking, bleached Jeans,
Blue Cottons, bleached Drills, Satin Jeans.
White Wadding, white and blue cotton Thread,
Spool Cotton, blue and black Broadi loth,
Blue and bhek Broadcloth Coits, w h. cot. Shirts
Blue and black cotton Umbrellas, t alf Skins,
Sole and Kip Leather, Shoe Findings,
Shoe Thread, Glass Lanthorns and Lamps,
Saddles, Whips. Wallets, Plumbs and Levels,
Crates of Plates and Nappies, Broad Axes,
. Adzes, blind Hinges and Fasts, Carolina Hoes,
Casks and cases assorted Hardware, ca.l Steel.
Crowbars, Pit and cross-cut Saws, Anvils, Vices,
An assortment of Planes, Guagcs, Squares and
Bevil--, Cujja Cigars, Irih Moss, Hops,
Cieam Tartar, Gum Arabic. Pots snd Covers,
Furnaces, " Hope Mills" Flour. Ox Bows,
Wrapping Paper, Panama Hats. Ponchos,
Colored cotton Shawls. Revokes, Linen Pants,
Cotton Under-Shirts, Damask Coverings.
Mens While Kid Shoes.
For sale by
myl. tf S. H. WILLIAMS k CO.
VOR SALE hy the undYrsignrii,' ihe hal
1: anre ofC:ir2oex. " MOCTF.ZUMA," selected
in China expressly for this ins rk el : .
Ciiui.-on Pongee II Jkt's, Crae Miaw Is, ss'd eol's,
Canibiet Coat, Grass Cloth do , Cambist Pants,
Embroidered Slippers, Rosewood Desks.
Nappies, Lacquered Shoes. Work Boxes,
Garden Chairs, Camphor CIeM, ork Tables,
Rice Paintings, Leather Trunks, Cicar Boaes,
Spittoons, Trunk Locks, Portable Desks,
Cnrrii: Powder, Chest Handles, Manils Mais,
Pinac Hauilkcrcliiefs, Ciiesls Tea, Fans,
Do. Shawls, Joss Si k . Blue Lights,
Do. Dresses, Plain Silk Shaw ls, do. H.lkf. .
Figured Satins, do. Csmblels, Grsss Cloth,
Grass Cloth llandkcrcliicfs. Billiard Bills,
Chessmen, I'ai k iiiiinoii Boards,
Minila Cordage, all sre.. Clothes Bvskr'a.
my5. tf. MAKER, ANTIION ft CO.
co-im kt. 1 : it 11 1 1 a ot 1 c i ; :
' a a mm mm m a tmwmM
ffl . THE undersigned wot
mJ -iS-a "pect fully notify the public tl
aVliio this day formed a co-j
taV ship in the
THE undersigned would re
ISoot f Shoemaking
Bnsiness, in Honolulu, under the name and firm of
1IAYMAN & OAKLEY, at the "Checkered Build.
ing," 2 doors South of the residence of J. G. Mann.
Esq., where they are prepared to execute all orders
in their line, with neatness and despatch. -
. B. Particular attention ctven lo Ra pa is i no.
JCJ Two good JOURNEYMEN wanled.
jy21.10tf If. OAKLEY.
MAKEE, ANTIION CO.,
OFFER for sale, on reanonahle terms, tho
balance of Cargo ex. ache. DUN LA P." con
sisting in part of the following srli les '.
Blue Cottons, do. Drills, blue snd Orange Prints,
Brown Sheetings, Needles, Thimbles,
Hooks and Eyes, Lead Pencils. Wafers,
Steel Pens. Ivory Combs, Tar, Peh. Capers,
Currants, Hemp Rope, Blacking, Nails.
rPHE undersigned have this day formed an
a. association in business under the firm of
jMcLANE. GOWER & ADAMS.
and wifl continue the manufacture of Sugar an
Molasses at Makawao, Maul. H. I. ...
WM. A. McLANe.
JOHN T. GOWER.
- HENRY Q ADAMS.
Makawao, Mani, March 1st, 1849. an 17 tf
OQ f)00 LBS. RUSSIA, SWEDE and
HJfKJVJ 'English rafined, round and flat Iron;
Tire Iron, from three to five inches broad; 40dtr
Files; 22 tons best quality Sea Ceal, at retail by
April 29, 1P49. , tf
IN quantities to suit purchasers,
StMin bags Kolon SUGAR;
500 bbls. do. MOLASSES.
Enquire at the Dispensary bf the undrrsigneit.
R. W. WOOD.
Honolvlo. March in, I849.-tf
JUST RECEIVED, per MARTHA
J & ELIZABETH.
' Six Half Doors r I Sash do '. 2 Half Sash do .
38 Panel do ; one Horse Cart, complete.
- For sale by -
jy7 tf. 8 S. H. WILLIAMS k CO
c. p. s a. using .ro.
OFFER for sale a case of Tuscan Straw
and Birds' eye BONNETS, handsomely t na
med, and of the newest fashion.
TN THE LARGE COMMODIOUS CEI-
1 LAR under tbe house of Thee SbiHabor, Esq
9tr " .
EVERETT fc CO.
FOR SALE. , , ,
OT.OA SI THAR at thn alAia
occupied bv Mr. VTna. Ladd.
jyl4.ot9 ' C. S. BARTOW.