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A Vol. XIV. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 12, 1857. No. 32. IJ 111 . IM M ! H )c Jpolnncsian; Piblis'aed weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. ;?tLKS GORDON1" IIOPKTNS. EDITOR. The Last Kit. we protest against tlie suicidal aphorism of -3,tct "Tue cold in clime are cold in blood," c willing to believe in the truth of its converse, xilj afttr the incident of Monday last, so 2-;ly describe! by our neighbor. A Hawaiian named Maunaloa, arrived from Lahaina. Tifiii her beauty had made her famous. Be it 3itno sooner was her arrival known, than the i,the wharf and its environs, were filled with 1 -O - oa of the country, with a kiss. In less than r2 minutes there were certainly between six and ra hundred people assembled. At first the rations were submitted t with a quiet smile, 3 seemed to us f exultation, but as the rush :cisei and the excitement heightened, we marked feiaay be wrong, but we marked an expression jbiued scorn pass over the beauty's features, as :e thought " Tis such fools as you, T:i at tnike the world lull of ill-favored children ;" ;h order to protect herself from the btorm of which threatened serious injury to the bridge :er nose, and remembering possibly the pretty a of N P. Willi?, that love's 44 Arrow is tipped with a jewel, And idiot from a silver i-tring," re proposed that the kisse3 should be paid for, the price was left optional with the kisser, riin to his estimation of the value of the titei gratification. This stratagem, however, -d unavailing, f jr money poured in by quarters : by halves, until at last the police were obliged . . . f i i i . iwicate tlie oeauty irom me crowu ana e&curi. 7:e whole transaction was so unique in its origin ; mshct. such a spontaneous development oi :aal characteristics, that it cannot fail to tell eon an attentive observer's mind, than volumes Mjsionary Heralds, Cheevers, Binghams and iiths. Salvage of the Nut die." ii interesting eifce wad decided this week in the iL-ilty Court by Chief Justice Allen, giving one ilvidel half of the oil and bone to the owners of the -ie. wrecked in the Ochotsk Sea in the fall of your tenths to the owners and crew of the Italy , .wrecked the vessel, and one tenth to the four sail cf the Natchez that remained on board of the :i daring the winter. The total value of oil and s saved is said to be about $40,000. Our neigh ST3"the decision gives much dissatisfaction to :Tcers of the Harmony and Italy, as a matter of Why as a matter of course' ? We doubt aw gentleman desire their disappointments trump through the press "as a matter of course;' aa to us like a gratuitous assumption based a matter of course." on his own limited view of a nature, and a propensity too often exhibited of 4. pothers by himself " as a matter oi course. 3" e would call the attention of our readers to the ; sale, advertised for this evening at the bales a f.t f- a T V!rrPtt. Christmas is close at hUai the Christmas presents, we understand, can Secured cf almost every kind at the sale. iocs are the next best to concerts for bringing pec ker and promoting good humor and content- -No tickets are required at the door, and smok- : :i allowed unless ladies are present. hv the advertise- -ia another column, that Professor Bisley is eaiined to afford rti ocnortunity to all classes of : residents, as well as visitors, to witness the en- 'aentB, pleasing and wonderful, of wmcn u great a store. Go and see him ; he will not SHIPPING. POH CHARTER. THE A. NO. 1 CLIPPER BRIGANTINE Elizabeth Barter registered 210 tons, William Pehtkeath Master. Parties desirous ot matins shipments direct to Europe or to the United States will find this a good oppor tunity. Application to he made to the Captain on board, or at the Hudson' Bay Compaq's Office. Honolulu. liCth .Nov., 1&S7. 30-tf REGULAR LINE FOR NEW YORK! FROM SAN FRANCISCO ! LEAVING SAN FRANCISCO REGULARLY ONCE A MONTH. The splendid new A 1 Clipper Ship David Crockett, J.W. Spencer, Esq., Command er, is now loading and will have prompt dis patch. To be followed by the A 1 Clipper Ship, E. F. Willetts, Joseph W. Holmes, Esq., Com mander. For freight apply to MOORE & FOLGER. Qp The undersigned, Agent for Moore & Folger would inform shippers here that he is now ready to ship freight Through to Nevr York via San Franciwco, In connection with the barks4 Fanny Major" and " Yankee," giving Through Ril Is of Lading, at low rates. E. P. ADAMS, Corner Queen and Kaahumnnu Streets. Honolulu, Aug. 17th, 1857. 16-tf. j!t!i SANDWICH ISLANDS JP.I cue T s. ONLY REGULAll LINE FROM UNITED STATES. FIRST CLASS SHIPS "Will be despatched quarterly frcm Commercial Wharf, Boston, for Honolulu, in the months of March, May or June, September and December. For further particulars see special advertisements in daily papers of the above months. For freight or passage to, or Drafts on Honolulu, apply to HENRY A. PEIRCE, Sandwich Islands Packet Office, 67 Commercial Wharf, or to B, W. F I E LI , Honolulu, S. I. AGENTS. B. W. Field, Esq., Honolulu, Sutton & Co., New York, 10-tf Cook & Snow, New Bedford. D N FlilTNER HAS JUST RECEIVED A NEW AND SPLENDID assottment of Jewelry, j .K..h;a .nhUlina suitable for Christmas and New Year'a Holiday Presents, consisting in part of Diamond ring, pms ana siua, seta u Florentine pins, bracelets, charms, L,..ckets, locket rings, teal rings, seal?, Gold pens and pencils, silver pencilgold thimbles, Silver tbimblen, sleeve buttons, patent sleeve fasteners, Studs, vest button-, gold watch chains, fob chains, Guard ribbon, cigar holders, silver cups, fans, Porte-monnaies, watch stands, card receivers, Smelling bottles, shell combs, pocket knives, &c, &c I ALSO Nautical instruments Chronometers on hand and fur sale, $y In MtieE'i Brick Cuildi 5, corner of Queen andKaa- huiuann streets. G. CLARK, Dealer in Dry and Fancy Goods, HOTEL STREET. N. B.-Constantly on hand, a large and select assortment of Fancy Goods and trimmings. l BUSINESS CARDS. HONOLULU AGENCY Hamburg, Bremen, Fire Insurance Company. The undersigned have been appointed Agents for the above Company at this place, and re now prepared to insure risks against fire in and about Honolulu. Full particu lars may be obtained at the office of the undersigned. MELCHEttS & CO. Honolulu, Oct. 7, 1857. 23-tf B. W. FIELD, COIVEZVIISSIOU MERCHANT, Honolulu Oahu, S I By permission he refers to B. F. S.mw, Honolulu. C. VV. Cartwbigut, Boston ; President Manufac turers' Insurance Co. II. A. Peirce, Boston. Thater, Rice Sc. Co., Boston. Edward Mott Robinson, New Bedford. J oa w VV. Barhett & Sows, Nantucket. Pipkins Sc. Smith, New London. 2-tf CUIT. C. IfkLCHERS. 5UtT. REINERS. JICLCIIERS & CO., Commission Merchant and Ship Chandlers Honolulu, Onlin, S. I. StoneStore.corner of Knahunianu and Merchantsts. Mrrey . . - nr i i . r i u advanced on lavor oieierms or woaier-su i:a on nc United Statesand Kurope. 35-tl DR. FORD'S Office and Drug Store, Queen Street, near the Market. Shin's Medicine Chests refitted anrt Prescriptions carefully 1 , , . ;: f r i IT o n M n prepareu unuer me supervismu ui nui, cold, vapor, shower and medicated Baths, at all hours. 16-tf W. FISCHER, Cabinet Maker and "French Polisher, Hotel Street eppo.ite the Government House. 48 tf J. Ritos. C. F. Hart. RITSON & II ART, (Successors to IIEJfRY ROBIJVSOJf,) WHOLESALE WINE & SPIRIT DEALERS, 40J Foot of Knnhuiuann St. W. A. ALDRICH, C. R.BIIHOr. ALDRICH & RISIIOP. Importers & Dealers in General Merchandise, Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. Island Produce bought and sold. Agents for the sate of the products of the Lihue Plantation. 35-tf CHARLES BREWER, COMMISSION M E RCII ANT, Bowton, U. S. 35 r-tteferto Makeb, Asthos Sc Co. andR.W.WoCJ ROIJERT C. JANION, .Merchant and Commisson Agent, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. 35-tf lAM'L. !. CAITLE, AMOS t. COORE. CASTLE & COOKE, Importers & Wholesale and Retail Dealers in General Merchandise. Agents for Jayne'a Medieines. At the old stand, corner of King and School itreets, near tha large Stone Church. 4lso, at the Store formerly occu pied by C. II. Nicholson, in King St., opposite the Sea men's chattel 35-11 THE DOXOLULU 1U0X WORKS. fjlIIE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PREPARED TO MAN- 1 vniWKKY AND MILL WORK, and aNoAa 1 k"d 7.f l!!.. a. Br- C.-tm... made toorder Si. Sw,. or Lo.-ER promptly attended WEgTQ 1-tf ' " Interpreter and Translator. Erncr isri rMioTrcu Hnwaiian. r Hn- NGIjI51 r,"i""J lhe ndersi-ned. ORire-J. t. . ?;:?. --.'--- done with neatness and dispatch. A R CLARK. n? r . iSU-il , , - LIVERY STABLES, V li l.ill1'' MERCHANT TEUron'l.n ftj-2?5&2!f EXCHANGE ON SAH Jinw f ffrll N SUMS XO o u - , p ADAMS, For sale by - vfluranu Sta II. II ACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents & Ship Chandlers Honolulu. Oalm, II. I. 35-tf J. C. SPALDING, COMMISSION MERCHANT & IMPORTER, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. WANTED Bills of Exchange on the U. States and Europe. Consignment from abro.td promptly attended to. Island Produce of all kinds taken in exchange Tor Goods. 3" AHCH-W, AHrono C. P. SAMSING & CO., DTA3EIIS IIT CHIIJil GOODS Honolulu, Oahu, H I. ft-r On hand and for sale-SUGAR, MOLASSES, TEA and COFFEE- JJ" C. BREWER 2 J, GENERAL COMMIION MERCHANT, Houolnlu, Oahn, S. I. m-.rfflDced on favorable terms for Billsof Exchangeoa the United States, England, or trance. J-ti H. MOLT, C. TH. HtCCI. Von HOLT & IIEUCK, General Commission Merchants, FfoaoIola.Oihu. S. I. BUSINESS CARDS. B . F . SNOW, Importer & Dealer in General Merchandise 45 HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I. tf BOLLES & CO., Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchant?, AND DAL 1. 8 IN General Merchandise. LAHAINA, MAUI, II. 1. Whalers furnished w ith recruits at the shortest notice, in exenange lor goods or -Mis. February 3d, JS57 41 tf E. HOFFMANN, Physician and Surgeon, ttr Office in the New Drue Store, corner of Kaahumana and Queen Eta., Makee Sc. Anthon'a Block. ll-tt J. WOIITII, Dealer in General Dlei chandise , Ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied with Recruits at the shortest notice, on reason able term?. Hills ot -.xenange wanted. Jo-ti GODFREY KIIODES, WHOLESALE DEALER IN WINES and SPIRITS. ALE and PORTER, 41 Nenr the Post-Offlce, Honolulu. f tf C. A. & II F. POOR, Importers V Coinmission Iflcrcliants, Honolulu, Oahu, Sandwich IIand. Island Produce of all kinds bought, sold, and taken in ex change for goods. JOHN McMAN, LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT, For the Shipment of Foreicn Seamen. OFFICE ROY AL HOTEL, MUAMJ STREET HONOLULU. N. B. Crews procured on the shortest notice. 21-tf J. W. MARSH, Attorney at Law Office in Honolulu House, over Mr. Whitney's Bookstore. 42 J. R. BOND, Machine Pilot Bread and Cracker Bakery, Nnunnu Valley Honolulu ? 1.1 N B-- -Old Bread k.'n-dried on the shorter notice, ai.d flotr baked c? -n wisonahle terms. 1- oi THOMAS SPENCER, Ship Chandlrr and Commission Merchant, HONOLULU, OAHU, S. 1. Ships supplied with Refreshment, Provisions, c.,at the shortest auice, oa reasonable term?. Whalers' BilN wanted LKIfST. KRCLL, IDWilD MOLL. KRULL & MOLL, Importers and Commission Merchant, Kaabumanu St., Makee Sc. Anthon's Block. 18-tf 15. PITMAN, Dealer in Ship Chandlery and General Merchandise, Byron'a Bar, Ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied with general Recniits, Wood, Ate, at the shortest notice, and most reasonable terms in exchange for bills or goods adapted to the market. Wanted. Whaler's bills on the United Si ate or Europe, ftr which money will be advanced on favorable term?. N. B. Storage f r 3 or 4000 barrels taken at customary rates. 3-tf. S. N. EMERSON, Dealer in General Merchandise and C o tin try Pro flue c, such as CORN, BEANS. BANANAS, BUTTER, KGGS, &;c. WAIALUA , OAHU. May -4th. 3-tf VM. WEBSTER, Land Agent to His Majesty. OfBce in the Kins' Garden, Berilania Street. GIL-JIAIV & CO.. Ship Chandlers and General Agents, Lalininn Mnoi. S. I. Ships sntplied with RECRUITS, STORAGE and ilONEV 35 tf GEORGE G. HOWE, Jj umber Merchant, Lumber Yard Corner of Q.ueen and Nnnann Se on the Pnnchard Preuii-es. 3'" SAVIDGE Sc IVTAY, GROCERS, COFFEE R0ASTEES AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. . mm T Vm W rW W f T IKING STIC K nl, ALAK lilt lfnun.. 1 46-tf l6,tf Lomcr viuix- feint you.