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-oi; 10'S HONOLDLU, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 9. 18 53. . ' rfg
it published weekly at Honolulu, Oahn, Hawaiian Is.
EDWIN O HALL, EDITOR.
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gAe transient advertisement will be inserted, unless
Real Estate lor Sale,
Br Pbtvatb Coxtbjlct ! !
THE following valuable and extensive prop
'i! erties will be sold without reserve, by the
Lot 1. All those well fenced lands and premises
-j TT 1 - V 1 J - ' IT , ,
situate AuiB luaiu, wjouuug .nonoiuiu, on
which, the subscriber now resides and on which are
erected extensive and commodious dwellings and
outhouses. i.ne well Known salubrity of the situa
aoa and its proximity to Honolulu, render these
E remises a most desirable investment. They are
eld in fee simple by Royal Patent.
Lot 2. Containing 36 42-100 acres, situate at
llanoa Valley, comprising a quantity of Kula and
Lot 3. Containing S 91-100 acres of Kula land,
situate at Ewa, and called Kaihuokapuaa.
Lot 4. Containing 2 3-100 acres, consisting of
Taro patches and fish ponds, situate at hwa, and
known by the name of Kanupoo.
Lot 5. Containing 4 3-4 acres Kalo land and
2 1-4 acres Kula land, situate at Ewa and called
Lot 6. Containing 6 86-100 acres Kalo land, call
ed Clumalu, in the district of Ewa.
Lot 7. Containing 2 35-100 acres of Kalo land
and 9-10 acre Kula land, situate at Ewa and called
Ealaulele, Iihue. .
Lot 8. Containing about 76 acres at Ewa, called
'Waipahu, this lot comprises 2 fish ponds, and a
quantity of Kula and Kalo land.
Lot 9. Situate at Ewa, called Paiwa, containing
22 acres Kalo land and 2 fish ponds, measuring
Ji 14-100 acres.
Lor 10. Situate at Koolau, called Maunawili, con
taining 670 acres of first rate Kula land 200 acres of
which is covered with Ki trees.
Lot 11. Adjoining lot 10, called Kulapuaa, con
taining about ISO acres Kula land.
Also, The unexpired lease, (48 years) of 136 acres
land at Waikiki called Kaneloa.
All the foregoing properties will be peremptorily
dispose i of. By order of the Trustees.
. For particulars of title &c, apply to
' ' J. Moxtooxekt, Solicitor.
Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1852-U-29
n. r. SXIOX7
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO OF THE
Just arrived from Boston, the articles being as fol
lows; - .
Caies fancy Prints, boxes Thread,
Cases Ticks, bales Denims, do Falls Co. Drills.
Bales Sbetucket Stripes, cases globe blue Jeans,
Cases elobe blue Shir-tines, cases Lancaster do.
Bales army Duck, bolts cotton do, bales Ravens do
coxes extra flour, in tins, tierces Mams.
Bbls. Rice, casks Nails,
Cases Aae helves, eases Clay Pipes,
Tig's Ranca Tin, charcoal Furnaces.
Cases Cooking Stoves, Oats, cases Solder,
Hunt's Axes, do Shovels, cases Matches.
Casks Nary Bread, cedar Shingles, Pine Plank;
Pine Boards, Spruce Plank, No. 1, 2 and 3 inch,
Heading Pine, 1 1-4 to 1 1-2 inch.
Sheathing Boards, and many other articles.
Honolulu, August 1, 1853-tf-l
MAILT EXPECTED, and for Sale, to arrive a
U splendid assortment of Merchandise consisting
Assorted English and French Prints, Turkey Red
and Yellow Prints, Printed Muslins, printed De
laines. India Book Muslins, Orleans, spotted and em
broidered Muslins, Blue Cloth, Colored Cloth,Scarlet
Cloth, Lastinss, embossed Coburgs, superior Den
ims, Spun Silk hd'kfis, felt hats, Musquito Netting,
"Woolen Trowsers. colored shirts, fancy shawls,
woolen shirts and drawers, Womens cotton hose,
Cotton Umbrellas. White and Colored Blankets,
Bishop Lawns, Brown Cotton drawers, white cotton
T- . ... . . TT , . T1- 1 TT 1
maersrurta, nne dienno unaersnins, run unuer
hirts, worsted hose, straw bonnets, bleached canvass,
linen Thread, Linen Towels. &c. &c
Anchors and Chains, Brass Padlocks Brass Bed
steads, Chile Bits, Spurs Padlocks, Run Locks, run
res and screws, plaited Lazos, 200 pairs Reins, 8 doz.
nead pieces. -
Marzettis Ale and Porter, Bass Ale, 100 Cases
Sauterne, 60 cases Olive oil, Faints assorted, loaf su
gar. Dried Apples. - . . .
ALSO. 25.000 Las. Oaiaas.
Sacks Barley, Bran, Beans, Nuts, Sardines Ac&C
Apply to KUJJl.UiAUilUJI.
Honolulu, August 27, 1853. tf-16.
THE BEST QUALITY
-V: . Of
IN ANY QUANTITY,
I, L. TOKBEET,
l!C"JAL'Lfl, EAST MAUI.
Cargoes bought cn commission at $1 60 per ten or
1-2 cents per bbl. - -' -
Enquire in Honolulu of A. P. Evrett, or Makee,
Anthem & Co. - - - v - - .
There is a greater proportion of the RED potatoes
Honuaula than at any other part of the potato re
1n. .j i..rit ,,. f i ,.v k- ... -. . .
Honuaula is the most convenient anchorage at the
"knd of Maui, to get cargoes on board. 6m 11
FRESH HAWAIIAN BUTTER, EGOS, and
SALT. Also, 2 Corn Mills, for sale by
tf-44 " GULICK & CLARK.
ILLS OF LADING for aale at the Polynesia
mee- - - - Julv 28
TCST RECEIVED per brig - Zoe" and for sale by
the nndersigded , cases of superior Claret.
Angnjt 13-14 tf. VON HOLT HEUCK.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED offer for sale a general
-- assortmem oi mercnanaize, composed pnnci
it -c .1 r- 1 1 .i-
pan j ui uie 101 towing articles.
Fancy prints asst'd kinds, orange do, two blue do,
Navy blue do. furniture do, Turkey red do.
Table covers, brown drills, blue drills.
Shirting stripes, tickings.
Bleached and brown sheetings, maddapolams,
Pink Cambrics, Crash, cotton hose, half do.
Genf s kid gloves, black silk handkerchiefs,
Figured do, white do, cotton &c. assorted.
Gingham do, red flannel, linen drill, linen canvass,
W orkmg canvass, worsted patterns, osnaburgh,
Striped drill 8, fancy Cassimere, Cashmeretts,
French printed muslins, thread, tapes,
Cotton Umbrellas, figured lustres, trunks asst'd.
Fancy goods, &c
Fine black frock coats,
Brown and checked linen do, Alpacca do.
Rich figured silk vests, Cashmere do.
Marseilles do, black pants, fancy Cassimere do.
Black and blue Satinett do, cotton cassimere do.
Striped cotton do, denim frocks, overalls and pants.
White shirts, linen bosoms, white plait do.
Fancy print do, regatta and striped do, hickory do.
Checked linen do, blue woolen do.
'White woolen drawers, white cotton do, suspenders,
.Leather belt, Blue Cloth jackets.
BOOTS A SHOES.
Pegged calf boots, kip do, thick brogans.
Men's sewed slippers, cloth gaiters.
Ladies kid slippers, women's shoes.
ASST'D CROCKERY, GLASSWARE Ac.
Hardware and Carpenters Tools.
Carpenters handsaws, back saws, keyhole saws,
Strapped hammers, pluged do, adze eye do.
Firmer and framing chisels and handles,
Gouges and handles. Augurs, braces and bitta,
Double iron floor planes, long and short jointers,
Alatcn planes and headers,
Round, square and flat bar iron.
Case steel double plane irons assorted.
Flat and taper files, steel squares.
Cast steel compasses, boxwood and ivory rules.
Cast steel shingling, broad, clean and hunters
Hatchets, Cooper s adzes, portable grindstones.
Wrought and cut nails assorted sizes, butt hinges.
Cut tack sand brads, carpet tacks, rivets.
Hooks and staples, wardrobe hooks, lamp hooks.
Hat and clack hooks, cupboard catches.
Cupboard locks, chest locks, till, and drawer locks,
Window springs, round bolts, square do. store do.
Door latches, log slates, book do, fiat iron.
Pocket knives, sailors do, sheath do, cook's do,
Knives and forks, carvers and forks, table steels,
Silver plated tea and table spoons, coffee mills.
Molasses gates, tined sauce pans, enamalled do.
Fry pans, dish kettles, tea kettles, grid irons,
Cork screws, spring balances, planters hoes,
Cast steel scyths, shot, copper wire cloth,
Brass Cupboard buttons, iron skimmers and forks,
Try squares, scratch awls, rat traps, mouse traps,
Ox chains, trace chains, boat hooks, ship's scrapers.
Picks, shoemaker's findings, such &s hammers.
Lasts, buffers, thread, tacks, sewing and peg awls,
Pinchers, peg-cutters, knife strops, bones,
Beads, shoulders, shores, etc etc
Saddles, bridles, girths, whips, currycombs.
Horse brushes &c, head stalls, collars etc. ete.
Blank books, memorandum do, cap paper,,
Letter do. bill do. account current do,
Envelopes. ink, etc etc
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, dec.
Bbls, American flour, Carolina & Manila rice,
Oats, barley, sago, hams, loaf and brown sugar,
Hawaiian coffee. Molasses, syrup, kits Mackerel,
Tins preserved oysters, meats, soups, sardines,
Pickles, mustard, black pepper, cayenne do.
Spice, ginger, nutmegs, cloves,
Tomato Ketchup, pepper sauce, currie powder,
Salad oil, assorted pie fruits, boxes brown soap.
White do , Manila cheroots, Manila cigars,
Havana shape, fine salt, salaratus, s. C. Soda,
Sperm and whale oil, black and green tea.
Ox yokes, oars, brass bound pails, common pails,
White lead, yellow ochre, spirits of turpentine.
Boiled Linseed oil, white chalk,
Cane and wood seat chairs, bureaus, matches.
Washboards, rolling pins, axe handles,
Windows, looking glasses, clothes baskets, &c.
A LP RICH & BISHOP.
Honolulu, June 22d, 18o3-tf-7
JUST RECEIVE" ex AUCKLAND, and Moc
tezuma, Bass and Alsops ale, do, do, porter in
pints, by H. ROBINSON, at A. P. Everett's auc
ALSO ON HAND.
10 gallon kegs of Brandy, Gin &c, suitable for
ship's stores, and put on board free of duties, permits
Honolulu, Dec. 18,"tf-32
THE UNDERSIGNM) intends to continue the
practice of his profession at his office in the naval
store formerly occupied by J. C. Spalding.
Having on hand and being regularly in the receipt
of a full supply of the best American, English,
French and German Drugs and Perfumery, he is
prepared to fill all orders for the above at the most
Prescriptions carefully prepared, Medicine-chesU
fitted up with the greatest care.
Townsend's Sarsaparilla. Soap, assort.
Bull's do. Extract of Ginger.
Syrup sarsaparilla, comp. Jujube paste.
Sand's Sarsaparilla . Candy, assort .
Corbetts do with iod. pot.Lozenges.
Extract Sarsaparilla. Liquorice.
Cherry Pectoral. Toothpowder and Paste.
Balsam of Wild Cherry. Pain Killer.
Syrup Ginsing. Mrs. Kidder's Cordial.
German Cologne. Seidlitz Powders.
Cologne scentd with muskFluid Magnesia.
Orange Flower LotionCapsules.
for complexion. Chlorate of Soda.
Lubin's Extracts, assort. Carbonate ammonia.
Bogles Hyperion fluid for Codliver oiL
the hair. Vanila Beans.
Barry's Tricopherous do. Childrens Trusses.
Hair preservative. - Carmine, &c, &c
Shaving cream and soap.
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.
Residence at the house of Dr. R. W. Wood. tf-4l
FOR SALE by the Agent of the Hudson's Bay
ComDanv. the following eoods, expected to
arrive in all September per ship M Slary Catherine,'
A KunrteA Ttfitliiip. Spiminc Twine, aewimr Palms.
black and bright Varnish, boiled linseed Oil, spirits
Casks Port and Sherry, each 30 galls., hhds. and
casks Brandy, Westphalia Hams.
An assortment of Earthenware, steel shovels, sad
Irons, files, Jews harps, ass'td tailors' scissors, Wel
lington shoes, seam ens' drawers, stationery, playing
cards, broad cloth, asst'd qualities, corah handk'fs,
China ccrah handk'fs, check Brussels handk'fs., blk
ribbon, fancy printed muslins, black hat feathers.
THE UNDERSIGNED saving NW Suit nxxnted dmia
istrator of the Mlata of Uie lata Malihinl, of Hoaolnln,
hereby notifies aU parties hiring claims against said state to
prearnt the aaine. t4 all persona inoeMrd t" aaid estate to
make par meat within three montaa from the date bereoC
tl. o. BWWlwiMW'i""""".'
Bonolala, Aug. lGtb. 186X 3m-lS.
f UaafratPd fan It AIanaHSlRld53.
Aisw copies for sale at the Polynesian Office.
Tra OOMS TO LET,
llttr - - Inquire of
E. G. BECK WITH,
B. F. snow
TUT AS ON HAND, stored in his warehouses in I
M.M. Honolulu, a large assortment of American
ana European merchandize, which he oilers for sale
on reasonable terms. The stock consists in part o
.V -11 . ....
uie louowmg named articles :
Cases asst'd colors prints.
Do. figured do, do madder do.
Do. two blue do, do orange striped do.
Do. jaconet muslins, do checked cambrics.
Do. Turkey reds, do bleached shirting.
, Do. bleached sheetings, blue do.
Do. corduroy pants.
Do. white shirts, do denims, do silk hdkfs.
Do. blk and blue umbrellas.
Table cloths, mosquito netting.
Women's white hose, do black do.
Silk shawls, stay bindings.
Cases T. Sarsaparilla, do Swain's panacea,
do tea, do cheese.
do loaf sugar, do chocolate, do table salt.
Bor.es No 1 soap, do cocoa do.
do Boston No 1 do, do castile do.
do soda do, do rose do.
do mustard, do smoking tobacco, do sago.
do ginger, do pepper, do saleratus, do arrowroot.
do starch, do almonds, do shelled do.
Buckets nutmegs, do mace, boxes cssia.
Cases pickles (mixed)
do Stoughton's elixer, do rose water.
Bbls. vinegar, do pepper, bags do.
Bbls. Maderia Wine, do Pert do.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Cases men's strap shoes, do thick brogans.
Oak tanned leather, do hem do do.
Sides calf skins.
r ull setts Crockery Ware, cases toilet glasses,
Side and solar lamps, do do wicks.
Bbls tumblers, crates pitchers, &c
PAINTS AND PAINT STUFFS.
Cases paint oil, do lamp black, do black paint,
do Verdigris, French yellow.
Do Prussian blue, do celestial do.
Kegs white lead, do mineral red, kegs litharge.
Caes blk paint, do Japan, half bbls madder.
Half bbls Venetian red, cans furniture varnish.
Cans neats foot oil, do blk varnish,
do green paint, do putty, cans compos, green,
do French yellow, half bbls. head matter,
do chrome green, do Paris do.
Half bbls. French yellow, bbls. Japan varnish.
Boxes glass, bbls. tar.
Bars asst'd iron, bdls. hoop do.
Kegs compos, spikes, sheathing nails.
Platform scales, grocer's do, counter do,
Even balances, iron pots, asst'd sizes.
Pad lock clasps, Hooks and staples asst'd.
Clothes line hooks, Rings and staples, nail sets.
Blind hooks and staples.
Rolled plate hinges, wrought hinges, &c,
Long handled fry pans, screws, all sizes.
Cases axe hatchets, stone hammers, crow bars.
Boxes window glass, spring steel, German do,
Rolls wire cloth, sash weights.
Bales shoe thread, bdls. sheet iron.
Kegs cut nails, asst'd sizes,
Rolls sheet lead, kegs wrought nails.
Full setts Carpenters' Tools.
L. J. butts assf d sizes, wrought do do do.
Strap hinges do do, screw do do, wood saws.
Steel squares, setts castors,
Full sets of tinman's tools, cast standards.
Papers cut tacks, cases broad hatchets,
do gate hinges.
Cases containing shoemaker's findings,
lime pieces, cases plug hammers.
Grind-stone cranks & rollers, bundles shovels.
Pkgs. wire, asst'd sizes.
Ploughs and fittings complete.
Windlass Bedsteads, couch do, iron do.
Matresses, all sizes, hair and featner pillows.
Folding Ladders, casks chain, all sizes.
Handled axes, wardrobe hooks.
Stove pipe elbows.
Cases shingling hatchets, do claw do.
Cases containing a full assortment of Tin ware.
do Bristol brick, Scotch braces.
Spike gimblets. halter and trace chains.
Tobacco cutters, wagon wrenches.
Window springs, coffin tacks, do screws.
Chisel handles, door buttons, bake pans.
Ox carts, Hand carts, medicine chests.
Painted pails, bbls. and half bbls.
Blue covers for pails.
Try Pots, Carrige Guns, &c.
Also, 1 SLOOP BOAT, in frame.
Honolulu, June 3, 1853-t.-4
now mpnftrpA t ,.nnlv hotpl. A h- rm wkh
this article in cilinders as well as for families, in boU
ties. Shipping can also be furnished with the same
cTyfPe.?r. f!" botUc8- 0rdcr"
w oe ii, anne uommerciai noiei.
UAnnlnlii Tnna 17 1 ftl f R
nnHE mndersiened havine iust arrived from the
lilt ti MS M. OA UAiUO 1
JLL colonies has taken charge of those old esub-
Hahpa I.ivpr Rtiihlpa fnrmarTv Vnt Yrv VrtnV Tl
j T c.-vi r "f . , ,
Srf Jublic XTeretofSrri-
v - . e v i . , i r , -i . i
mtoA v. T. s. caiiraa tVi Tii: fmm hs.V.L... . tUmc.u.a A,,r.nn ihp rh.
practical experience in the colonies he feels conadent.nn now were nil;te exhausted. The vessel
that any horses entrusted to his charge will be at-
era. Horses broke in to harness or saddle. Alan. I
training for the turf bleeding, blistering, castration I
&c &c on the most liberal terms.
Good corn and grass always on hand.
MR. FRANK P. MANINI,
W. T. Saxders, manager. Proprietor.
Oct. 7, lS53-tf-22
aao roe sals '
AT THE BRICK SHOE STORE,
LARGE ASSORTMENT of Custom
boots, shoes and gaiters, latest styles, and
direct from the manufacturers.
Also Ladies, Gents, Misses., Boys and Childrens
hosiery of superior quality.
Aug. 5, 1852. tf-13 J. H. WOOD.
Will u received by the undersigned, for the following I
pa ners and magazine:
N. Y. Weekly Herald,
do do Tribune,
do do Illustrated News,
Whaleman's Shipping List,
Pbila. Saturday Crea ing Pnet,
N. V. Monthly Magazine of Art,
The above will be rurniabed to subscribers regularly oa tber
receipt, any other magazines or papers desired will also be
ordered. Aag S0th-6m-IS H. M. WHITNEY.
JUST RECEIVED, by the " Matanxas," the
largest and most comprehensive assortment of
Books ever onereu totnepnDiic oi -Jiouoium, com-
" ...j "i I
SCIENCE at ART,
07- Catalogues can be had at the Polynesian
ffice. HENRY M. WHITNEY,
25,000 lbs Heavy Hoop Iron, hut
Ji. received and for sale by
Oct. 7, 1853-tf-22
tUUXi & UU i
I i .. .
Lose of Ship Susan of Nantucket.
Continued from JVb. 21.
m j . .j ft.. i .
Thursday. April I23.-AI dayl.ght Jock to
the oars aga.n, (those who were able,) our
progress was very slow, as our limbs were
h cold, and want of room to
. 1. ... ,
11 A. M., came near the land
but Tiid not meet with a place sufficiently
smooth for landing,, on account of serf.
Steered to the N. . till near the end of the
island, when the wind came strong from the
N. with snow which decided the case, land
we must, in doing which we succeeded bet
ter than we had feared, as our boats received
no serious injury. It was about 2 P. M.
when we landed. About 2 hours alter saw a
sail about 6 miles distant, set fire to some
grass, and raised a signal, but of no avail,
as we were probably not seen, the vessel
ueing amongst we ice, ana trying to Keep
irom coming in contact, ana soon steerea to
Alter landing, turned un our boats on thel.i u: u . . , .. . ..
snow ana ice, ana preparea 10 sieep, in
which I think not many succeeded, as 1 am
sure i o.u not, aunougn i naa not siept since
the first ice was seen from the Susan.
blin and mvaelf went to look for fond, or ra -
T . ' . 7- ,
ther if there was a-qy thine on which we
couiaaepena ior suosistence. At rz w.f
.r k..: r...v, a: ...
,CIU'UC". uairiiiK uiauc ii tuiiuci T
than that snow and ice cov-red the face of
the ground; that the rocks near the shore on
which there was weed growing, and adhering
. nun.ii n-riw a. a man gucii iuii auuui ms
size of whortleberries; and on the shore a
small quantity of kelp; these we used from
Udylu . . ...
u..u aim tuuiiu i wariuc ! p 9 vum-
r u r . -.. . i.
pany built a place to live in, as 1 wanted
uitir uoiii 10 pui in oruer ior a no less vojr-
au ifiaii ouiuo ui .lie 41 li lijvi II X Ul 13 vii
iniua, a aesperaie unaenaaing iruiy, out
what will not man undertake when driven to
despair by hunger? not that our stock of
provision taken from the wreck was all ex
pended, but soon would be, notwithstanding
our living as much as possible on kelp andt. .
i as I have before described.
I had thought it barely possible that by
pulling and sailing near the shore of the isl-
nH nn which w nmv and with the
first fair wind and good tay to cross to the
next, and by keeping near the shore, be able
to shelter or go on shore in storms, and so
reach Matsmai, where I concluded the na
tives would not drive us away without first
giving us a supply of rice. That done, we
should not starve; we would then make the
attempt to pass Matsmai straits, and cross
the Sea of Jaoan. throush Corca Straits.
honincr hnwPVPr hpforfl that time to fall in
with some friendly vessel, and so terminate
y . . . . ... , .
our forlorn nope, out ne wno permuiea us to
reach Companies Island had not forgotten
Thnrsdsiv Mav Ath nne week after Iand -
in lannrhAd n..r littl hnat f,,r the vov-
- , , .
age before described, although to all ap-
pearances desperate. Yet we had strong
hearts and hoDed for the best. Our number
h.m,. ..n in ill nftpr ntpprintr S. VVmI
about one hour and a half, saw a smoke
raised by those left behind, a signal for a
sail, which we soon discovered to the S. E.
We soon gave chase, but as the sail drew
-k-j .:n: . n ht iu nA
mAana kM nnnA that .torn rhate U a hard
. - '. . .
rrm a limaa lha ir7 Wmllrt (IIP inn
we gain, then increase, and we lose, or at duties thereon, viz:-one per cent ad valo
least not aain much; we were now near rem, if the value shall exceed vlOOO; and
onnntrh tn . . mn at the mailt head, vet
" . r.k k ' '
. reVthat those on
hoard meant to imnrove it. as the sails were
- i.lmmJ ot .. u,oni ihc mam inn.
mast gteerinf sail We were near enough
to se manv of ih larper rones, butwere not
j o. - r- . -
aeen: saw a man pq to relieve the mast head.
nft ab mltU InAvnoAociMal nloflonro 1
scream aTiA avitK i n a nrooci Kl A nfpnaurp
iKa .por;'w nnmaTin ihp hpad varrf.
k a a iko .k; o.m. fn th ,inn
.Sth th main tnnaail to th mast. We now
! 0,U Ufa UtlVA S V aVSS I V v v v
iv . kn hppn die. I
Riicw ior a tci lain. r ilia, wo uau uccu uu-
covered, and that she waited our arrival,
which was slow, as the men at the oars had
. tn . ,kr. r. wrrmr of T.nn.
p.u.LM .v. w ... v-.. - . .
don, Henry W. Bartlett, master, who re
ceived us on board, sent to the island and
fetched those who were on shore, supplied
us with clothing, and treated us with the ut-
most kindness and his omcers also.
o.u c-ir-, h.tr VnJ...Ar ritf Tt
Capt. Howland, who kindly took 8 of the Cap tain of the vessel in which it is m
crew, and supplied myself with some articles teodfd j be, exported, declaring that it is
of clothing ofwhich I stood in need. . SJ"?? hdA TXtT
May 9th.- Spoke ship Huntsville of Cold
Sorinff. CapL Smith, who took 8 more of the
I.t snH l nfficiri mrlndrd. and ?sve
r..w. ;., ri.v,;
u" ,u,,u" ,UIT7 "
And now, in conclusion, l win say mat ine
loss of my ship I attribute to the inaccuracy
of the general chart, as when 1 first saw the!
land 25 miles distant, it, according to the
i . t t, t i on rut : V, : U
chart, should have been 80 or 90, in which
case I could have worked to the leeward be
fore the eale- ice, and sa. The next-morn
inir. when the wind came to the westward,
worked off shore asain. as I had been but
25 days from Ascension Island, and had on
board 2 excellent 8 day chronometers, i naa
every confidence in the correctness of my
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longitude, ana supposea mo ituu turresH;
laid down. I have since seen a chart on
board bark Endeavor, on which the land was
-j a i cnnnA ;r
I Alva uvwii caa
And now perhaps a few remarks r n Eu
rope or Companies Island, might not be
amiss, as others, may be deceived by their
charts us I have been. .
It is laid down some 60 miles to the west-
ward of the truth, on None chart, or at
least on the one which I had; the land is
high, and covered with snow at the time on
m T BU "uuu'u )"l
i aa , riL. . m aKaiM ininir vna
inountaina anu mguer siia i iuivue
The beach is narrow and Generally stonv
or roc, mere is a bank some 250 feet high
the side of which was covered with snow anal
. . . "
ice many feet thick. From the top of the
bank for a quarter of a mile back, there was
but little snow, the ground covered with a
coarse grass some fourfept high, then comes
c v uubu uccs. BCIUUIU more
than fiftcen fee. w fc ; d
with snow, as soon as you come to the wood,
some two or three feetW J
a growth of stunted birch trees, seldom more
L;nM ,l it j
pines, except the birch, was all the wood
R,pn hv ..B. frrtm h j .k ij
-pa(llial,v fire . ' .
Lnn-nn-H j 'uu
approach the mountains, covered with Bnow,
As our fare was very poor, we had not
strength to take very long walks, so far as
we did go, however, we met with no animals
except a few foxes; the land birds seen were
eagles, ravens and a few small birds resem
miner Tnp inrlr lVit n
Llentiful W rthor cW c fi, .i
near the Khnrft hnf ' amo tn , .
Whthpr th r fid, t a,a
not ascertain. There are fine streams of
water evc miIe or . runnirJg from
mountains to the ocean, and in smooth wea
i iirr niiiiim i i i i i t i ir . i c nn v u'lin row itt n
I 1 "W Sllllb
tPfthl Th na ,Kw, ... io-.j
Uhnnr 5 mil fmm th P,ct ,a r
the isIand on the pacific si(J North Jat 4Q
Un nA . mnM io i
not trift InT nf man rtitn tn ho k,c
1 it i . . . . .." ,
I "owever, we nave mucn cause ior gratitude
,)!,-.,. i:,.i r
m;rfilp for with m,r hnnf, iMirV nA r..n
: ' - rvt
I mpn. hnd a sma hrPP7 nr ntr .... fnr.
gpeak of a aIe) aII must have gone down,
f have heretofr. forhomo n nt;.,n ,K0
praiseworthy conduct of Mr. Joseph Hamb-
ftn Ifif. and Wm K f.ihcnn M fK.
whose C00lncSs in times like' those, with
which it wa3 our lot t0 seC) are aboye aI
praise. All orders were oromDtlv executed.
i . . . . . . j
and DUt tor their exertions iii repairinir the
boat twice, and finally getting her from the
smpj many must have found a watcry ar:iYe
VtviI(Jd O 1 1 I 1 1
Late ol ship Susan of Nan.
RULES, Regulations and Charges lor
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adopted for Spirituous Liquors
ines, &c, liable to more than
u F au uu; una ior sucn
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g F " Fcr aa valorem uuiy,
bonded m the Custom House Stores, from
ana aKer ine ,sl aay 01 uctobcr, l&oJ.
I REGULATIONS FOR SPIRITUOUS LI-
Before landing any Spirituous Liquors the
importer is required to make an entry at the
Custom House in the usual form, giving
marks, numbers and contents of each pack-
age separately, and to give a bond, with
i i 4 . . 1 1 j...: .i
ucir, iui iuv iuii uuues uicrcuu
9 importer is permitted to take out as a
I on mnlp rtl n.i kinn onn mini. ft.- nnn Hft1a
v""r- - " i v
freo ?f charge; but for every succeeding
sample there will be a charge lor opening
Ithe stores, ot one dollar for each bottle
, ... , . f . .
-Deiore laKing a pacKagc out oi me stores,
the importer will present an order to the
Collector giving the marks, numbers and
ponic us "oi, ami swung mwruu
I .naAH ..w..a..4. M ........MH;AH
uucuucu iui ciuuudiiuii ur wiimiuiuuuii.
If it is intended for consumption the duties
m"st tne be Paid op if it is intended lor
exportation an outwaro entry must ne maae
ft "f1 form, stat.ng by whom it is to be
exported, date ol inward entry, vessel s and
master s name, oy wmcn imponcii, anu uy
I ir-kii-h 1n li prnirtpl anA nnv thp transit
...... r , rj ... .
"ve per wn. au vtiurcni, .. mv vamv
less than filOOO
e any part of a lot of spirit. taken
oul 01 stores, uie corresponumg auues win
be written off the importers bond
All liquors in casks will be guaged as they
taken out of the stores for consumption,
j. .hnMto nlr- nnnn thP mmnHfv
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Liquors taken out of the stores for expor-
tation, must not be in less quantities than
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one pacxage li m casus, or ieie gauons u
i- bottles, or the amount or remainder of an
..... . . , , . . .
importation original packages not to be
broken;, and ,f for consumption not less
than a single and original package.
expense of putting in, stowing and
taking out of stores, will be borne by the
importers or owners
.Whenever spirits are taken out for expor-
faUon, the importer exporter w owner will
f required by the Collector to de nrer to him
" . "Y " .
its leaving the store, a certificate signed by
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REGULATIONS FOR 5 PER CENT.
Before landing any mercnanaise ior sior-
acC other than Spirituous liquors, tne lra-
DOrter is required to make an entry at the
Custom House, in the usual form, giving
(marks, numbers and contents ot eacn pacs-
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age, separately, ana io gij uuuu,
surety, for the full duties thereon.
The expense of putting in, stowing and
taking out of the stores, will be borne by the
importers or owners.
Goods taken from the stores must be in
original packages; if for consumption, not
less than $100 in value will be delivered, or
the amount or remainder of an importation.
Nothing less than a whole package will be
delivered except as samples, and then in the
least quantity that will make a fair sample.
Before taking a package out of the stores,
the importer or owner will present to the
Collector an order, giving the marks, num
bers and contents, stating the name of the
vessel in which it was imported, and the
date, and also, whether it is for exportation
Ifit is intended for consumption, the duties
must then be paid, or ifit is intended for ex
portation an outward entry must be made in
the usual form, stating by whom it is to be
exported, date of inward entry, vessels and
master's name, by which imported, and by
which to be exported; and pay the transi
duties thereon, viz: one per cent, ad valo
rem, if the value be $250 or over; and five
per cent, ad valorem, if the value be less
than $250. . ; .
When any part of a lot of merchandise is
taken out of stores, the corresponding duties
will be written off the importer's bond,
shall be at the responsibility of the party or
parties who placed their goods in store.
RATES OF STORAGE.
For Spirituous Liquors (as above defined)
in cases, 1 cent per gallon per month; in
For Merchandise, other than Spirituous
Liquors, as follows:
Bags of Flour, (200 lbs.) 4 cents each
per month, and other sizes in proportion.
Bbls. of Flour and Meal, (196 and 200
lbs.) 5 cents each per month.
Bbls. bottled Ale, Beer and Porter con
taining not more than 4 dozen bottles, 5
cents each, per month, and cases ditto in
Bbls. of Beef, Pork and Fish. 7 cents.
Pitch and Tar, 9 cents each per month.
Boxes containing one dozen common
Chairs, 10 cents each per month.
Coal, 6 cents per ten, per month; Lum
ber, &c.,' stored outside of the Custom House
Stores, and at the risk of the owner, 10
cents per ton, per month.
Goods (except the above named) valued
at less than $50 per ton, 50 cents per ton
per month; if more than $50 and less than
$100, per cent; if more than $100 and
less than $200, one half per cent., and if
$200 or upwards, one-fourth per cent, per
QUANTITY" OF GOODS TO COMPOSE
1C00 lbs. Coffee in casks,
1100 " Cocoa
1000 " Pimento "
2-110 " Pig and Bar Iron, Sugar, Rice
Nails and similar articles,
700 44 ships' bread in casks,
800 " " in bagH,
40 Drv Hides,
1 000 lbs. Tea, (net.)
40 feet (cubic measure) box and bale good
1800 lbs. Coffee in bags,
1300 " Cocoa "
1800 " Dried Fish in bulk,
1300 " " in casks or boxes,
200 gallons (wine measure) reckoning the
full contents of the cask, of oil, vinegar and
lime juice, also ale, beer and porter not
Any loss by leakage, breakage, or fire;
All property to be stored in the Custom
House Stores for the benefit of drawbacks,
must be taken direct from the vessel in
which it is imported, to the stores or places
designated by the Collector.
Not less than one month's storage to be
charged, and for fractions of a month, (after
the first month,) if less than eight days,
nothing; over eight days and under twenty
three days, one-half month; and over twenty-three
days, a full month ; and from the
date of each transfer the Storage commences
Storage is due upon al spirituous liquors
and goods at the time of delivery, and onca
in every three months if remaining in stores.
" W. GOO DALE,
Collector General of Customs;
A rr roved.
LOT KAMEHAMEHA, )
ROBT. (i. DAVIS, Commissioners
A.P.EVERETT, ) of Customs
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, )
Hawaiian Islands, Oct. 12, 1853.
The Marble Quarries of Vermont are
gaining a reputation abroad as well as at
home. Two blocks of Vermont marble,
weighing one ton each, have been ordered
from Rome, for the purpose of making a
bust. This order is from an Italian artist,
who prefers the West Rutland marble V
that of his own country.
Nearly every paper in the State of Ver
mont has, within a few weeks, published a
statement from the Burlington Courier, lhat
the county jail at that place was now empty,
and crediiing the happy circumstance to the
effect of the new Liquor Law. We find it
stated lhat the Chelsea jail is empty; but
what is to us far more unusual, the last term
of the court continued but little over two days
for Jury cases.
Arrival of a Murderer. "Joe," the
Kanaka sailor, who in November last mur
dered Mr. Mark S Baker, chief mate of the
ship Indian Chief, of New London, has ar
rived at New London and been committed to
jail for trial.
?CjLord Shaftesbury says, " that he
would be virtuous for his own sake, though
nobody were to know if ; as he would be clean
for his own sake, though nobody were to see
DisTcrbixces i FtfnMosi.- By way of Amoy.
we learn that commotions hare broken out in the v
land of Formoii. " S' oon as the news had reached
that plare, that Amoy had been taken by the insnr
gents, insubordination broke ont amonj the maabi
tants of the southern portion of the Wand. That was
soon followed hv an open endeaTor to displace the
Chinese official;' however the endeavor to do so was
ineffectual and the mandarins after s exert"
succeeded in pnttinjr down the diatorSance. it
Formosans have alwars been a disorderly sef. ry
many of the inhabitants of the Wand nercr harirg
submitted to the government of the Chinese. It wss
believed probable, at Amoy. dial ere long mo.s
aecessfal attempt to cast " jpoeravnena
Mandarins would be mado, and lhat they woald have
to seek safety in flight. Lare quantities of Rice are
exported from Formosa, and the want of the twwj
supplies from that qaarttr is likely to produce war t .
and distress on the oppoiite Cbmi so .bore, winch wm
tend farther to embarrass the officers of the Iirpeii. I
The yellow fever wa in rhiladelihia, but t
newspapers kept the fact oniet. -;.Vvi
' Up to Angust 23d. 60 deaths had ocenmd Vj
cholera at Cumberland, Mi; on tt? Jfft 7 4Htt