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merit. The Emperor and M. Tboavenel were decided.
The informqjion to the foregoing effect has been received
by a diplomatist in Washington. The news is well
accredited, and is a matter ot discussion in diplomatic
Fraxxtoxt, May 28th.
In the Convention to-day, Mr. Wickliffe' resolution
was adopted, for the appointment of a committee to
consider the sutiject for which the Convention was called,
and also Crittenden's original amendment, with such
amendments as will secure to the Slave States just and
equal rights under the Constitution.
St. Lout, May 29.
Jos. Ashley, of Ohio, arrived here to-night from For
tress Monroe. He reports all quiet there. There were
10,000 men under Gen. Butler's command. He will
ro,,e no advance into Virginia until he has at least
An important movement on Grafton. Va., is being
made. A large body of troops have already crossed
th- river hastily to their rendezvous. A detachment
is at Grafton in considerable force, and it is believed
that a collision is inevitable.
Harper's Ferry will probably be evacuated by this
direction of columns, without any direct demonstration
being made on the troops there posted. To-morrow
a, very important Advance against the rebel forces at
Harper's Ferry will take place from Philadelphia. Five
regiments go forward, via Harrisburg and Chambers
burg, under Gen. Patterson, simultaneously with an
advance to be made from the West, under Gen. Mc
Clellan. Information has reached Washington that the Seces
sion forces have thrown up breastworks, perhaps two
hundred feet square, at M.tnassus Gap Junction, and
commanding the track for. perhaps, a mile. They are
under the command of Gen. Donham, of South Caro
lina. Col. Magruder was there in command of a bat
tery. Feaxkfoht, Kt., May 29.
In the Border States Convention to-day. Granule,
Hall, Guthrie. WickliSFe, Bell, Dixon and Dunlap were
cltosen a committee to prepare a general address.
Upon resolution, the members of the Convention
were sworn to be faithful to the Constitution of the
United States while holding membership.
New Obleaxs, May 29.
An act was passed by Congress previous to adjourn
ing, prohibiting shipments of cotton from the Confed
erate States except through seaports of said States.
Washington, May 29.
Harper's Ferry, if not already evacuated. will soon
fall. Troops there are rot near so numerous as has
bn stated ; there are not over 4.000 in or about the
place, and they are miserably equippied and nearly
starve!. Gen. McClellan, with 15,000 troops, is al
ready on the march towards Harper's Ferry. Another
force will proceed fiom Chamlx-rborg. under Gen. Kicm;
another from the Relay House, and still another from
Washington, to cut off the rebels.
Eighty thousand troops will rendezvous at Cairo, for
an immediate move on Memphis. The Government is
now putting forth its power, and will urge the campaign
to the lowest point of latitude consistent with climate,
and the epidemics of August and September, without.
perhap, any formal proclamation f jr an additional en
listment of the forces needed.
The New York Timet' Washington correspondent
speculates as follows : Government is becoming embar
rassed with the question of how prisoners crptur -d in
conflict should be disposed of. Scous are daily picking
up men proved to bs dinunionists. Already those taken
exceed one hundred. The rebels are cipturing Union
men, thinking when they have a sufficient number,
they will be able t j secure the release of the thirty-six
rebels captured at Alexandria. If the Government
rates thoe men as rebels taken in arms against the
Government, they should be hung. If the system of
exchanges be adopted, there is in the act a recognition
of the rebels as belligerents, accoading to the law of
nations. The Cabinet have discussed this point several
times, without coming to any conclusion.
The lleral'Ti Baltimore dispatch says there are 20.000
troops at Harper's Ferry, and pleuty of heavy artillery
at every accessible point.
Gen. Butler was reinforced yesterday by 2,000 men.
The Time Washington dispatch states that there are
8,000 troops at Point of Rocks. The troops there are
much demoralized, but will make a desperate fight.
The Memphis Bulletin announces the arriv.il of Gen.
Beauregard on the 29th, to take command of the
"Western Division of the Confederate Army.
Baltimore, M.-ij 31.
Ex-Governor Pratt was arrested last eveuing, at An
napolis, and taken to the Washington Navy Yard.
It is rumored that Ex-Governor Lowe was also ar
rested. The Posft dispatch says the Government forces had
a conflict with the rebels at Aquia Creek. The steamers
Freeborn, Anocnsta, Resalietto, and a schooner opened
fire, fina.Iy silencing the wharf battery, killing several
rebels. None of our troops were injured. The Pawnoe
and Yankee were sent there this morning.
The CoMmerciaT dispatch says that it is believed
that the engagement at Aguia Creek has been severe.
If the batteries have not been destroyed a large force
will go immediately and take the place.
Large bodies of troops advanced on Fairfax this
morning at 2 o'clock.
Ha kris bubo, Jane 1.
A scout returned after two days stay at Harper's
Ferry, and reports that quantities cf provisions have
been taken there from the M iryland si3.
Army officers believe that unless the Harper's Ferry
forces retreat, they will be surrounded within a week.
The number of troops on the heights overlooking
Harper's Ferry are less thin 1,000 having a battery of
forty guns. The troops there speak depressingly of
the state of affairs, but'they will fight hard.
The British Government has issued a proclamation,
warning its subjects against engaging in the war in
Americv and declaring the intenti n of the Govern
mant to remain neutral. It warns British subjects
that if they enter the miltary service of either side, or
join ships of war, or transports, or break , or endeavor
to break, any blockade, lawfully or actually established,
or carry soldiers, dispatches, materials contraband of
war for either party, they will be liable to all the pen
alties and consequences, and do so at their peril, and
will in no wise obtain the protection of the Government.
The first steamer from Liverpool to New Orleans U
advertised for August.
The Conflerte States CommissioriVrs had an inter
view with M. Thouvenel on the 13th of May.
France is about to send a fleet to America to protect
IMPORTS AT HOXOLI IX.
Faon Saw Faanciaco per Speedwell, June 28.
Cheese, lbs J09 Liquor, pkgs 91
Cranberries, kers ..6 Milne, pkgs ......57
Cork, eic, pkgs 2 Printing paper, bales, 5
Hay. bales . 55 Paint, etc. bis .. .2
Iron, bndls 6 Shin le, M 101
do barn, 40 Tobacco, bi 1
EXPORTS FROM IIOXOLrtA.
Fob pa Fcisoo per Kathleen, June 22.
Foreign produce. Domestic produce,
Arroim.t, bags (2.817 lbs).-..
Bollock hide. (2.818 It) .
Castor beans. bags ( 178 lb)
Coroanuts, nets (l,76").
Cask heads, csks 10
Molasses, pkrs (9,SS9 gals)
fulu, bales (3,402 lbs)
Sugar, kegs 1
do, mat V270.325 lbt
do, pkp --
"hooks, bndls 82
Shells and corals, cs 15...
Value .. $851 22 . .. $18,690 80
Foa S Fa.scisoo per Comet, June 25.
Arrow root, half bbl
Coffee, hair bbl
Curiosities, cs 2
bourse salt, scks 65 I
Dairy do, do, 2.51 f
furniture and personal ef-
ferti in nk
... 212,427 lbs
f.oxej .. 45 "I
Gin, es . , .
Hides (5,505 lbs)
Goat akin. K.I. Ri'tf
Molasses, bbls (!,928 fals)
"i copper, cs
do, do caki.-.
, do do, csk .
ralu. bales (57,576 lbs)
Bugar, tl.322 kegs, 2,351
Shells, bx .
Wool, bales (S58 lbs)
Value, 13,489 00
Pperm oil, cakf (3,087 gaU)18l Whale on, caki 2,727 g.ls)I5
Vahasv L .. I 94,068 0 .
Z.'l 4 S,3S9 lbs
F oa FiaKiao'i lauso per Marilda, June 20.
Bread, csks (1,638 lb.) 4 ghookt, bbls 300
Boat frame .TStores and outfits, (S4.230)
G.n, gals 20 nnspec
Pork, bbl lj Whiskey, keg .' 4
alue 14,831 65
Dome tic produce.
Store, and outfits
iue, 5O0 00
LATEST FOREIGN DATES.
Hongkong April 19 fan Francisco June 13
Liverpool. (per p. Ex.)..May 19 Si Lnui., (P.Tel.) June 4
Sydney, N a W,.......Mar 22 Tahiti May II
Kanagawa Apr 4 Victoria. V I June
.New York. Exp May 1 1 Sliangliae
Do, telegraphic ....June 3:
rr.iDA t. jrxe 28, isni.
The bark Comet, Capt Smith, sailed for San Francisco on the
25th Inst, taking a full cargo, consisting in most part of Island
produce, sugar, salt, pulu, hidea. Ice, ac, value of domestic
produce amounting to f 21.334 50.
The large amount of domestic produce which has gone forward
to San Francisco during the past two or three months is very
encouraging feature in our trade, and it is to be hoped that the
high prices realired for sugar, pulu, and salt, will h are a tenden.
cy to induce capitalists to Invest their money in the Island busi
ness. We learn that orders have gone forward by the Cornet for
machinery for one large sugar mill, and that several of the plant
ers are contemplating sending for machinery to increase the ca
pacity of that now In use.
The onlu, feature of interest in the trade during the past week
has been the continuation of auction sales of the stock of J. T
Waterhouse's stores. The prices realized for goods of all kinds
are better than was anticipated, and some articles, particularly
popular styles or prints, brought what may be called high prices
The ship Speedwell, Capt. Green, arrived on the 27th, 14 days
from San Francisco. She brings but a small amount of freight
and no passengers. We learn that she will probably be kept on
the route between th is port and San Francisco.
By the Speedirtll we are In receipt of San Francisco dates to
the 13th in st.
Island produce continues to find ready sale at high prices.
PITGAR Imports from January 1st to May Slat: 9.013.338
If.s fnreien raw ; from domestic Atlantic ports, 652 hhds, and
Foreign and domestic raws have attracted more attention
than almost anv sther article in the market, during the past ten
days, and transitions hnve assumed large prnnnrtions at im
proved price. O f o 1 China we note sales of 8 "VI bas in lots
openinc at S'c and closing at SV'&M;c. though perhaps the
inside fiirure is the extreme at which sales could readily be effect
ed as we write. Of Sandwich Islands some 1700 pig" to hand
per Tankee were offered at auction, on 3' days, with the follow
15ft hlf hWs Koloa. 10 Ve; M do Mime, ft 10 40: 147 do do
10'Wc 50 do do. imjc : 50 do Metrsir. 9'c: R do Fwo. oc;
214 do do. 9''c : 42 do do. S3 70 ; 67 do do. 9r ; 235 do Wung
-Mc: 5Sdodo. 9c; 61 dodo.P'.'c; 120 do do, 8 jc ; 825 do
MP. 8J,'c: 131 do do. 8 80.
The prices obtained were hardly op to expectations in view
of the late activity and upward tendency of China, and we think
Oiat at the close the market for foreign raws is scarcely so buoy
ant as when buyers were eager to invest. Operations in domes
tic raws hare nearly cleared first hands of stocks ; parcels so
he'd are within 175 hhds. and there i nnthine on the way from
Atlantic ports : a cargo was noted as loading in a Cuban port.
May 8.1, for this market ; sa'es en-brace 24 hhds fair to choice
Muscovado and Porto Rico 9V?10Vc .ar.d 62 do rood New Or
leans. Iftc, the reeular trade being the buyers. Much confidence
is fclt in present Trices for these descriptions.
Refined showed an upward tendency at the opening of trade.
(A) crushed bringing from l43!!4Ve readily, and buyers eager
for such small lots as were held out tide of the control of the bulk
COFFEF Manila, 17c ; Rio. K.Ve; Costa Rico, ISc The
lot of Sandwich Island ex Tankee was offered at auction ; 50
bags Konasold at ISc; balance withdrawn.
MOLASSES At auction 25 halfbbls Sandwich Inlands fetched
30 e; there is little demand for this description, leaving further
offerings without bidders.
PL'LC In demand at ?4c.
C. 8 GOVERNMENT DRAFTS were selling at3.V&6c
The bark Yant'e and ship Icon Vin had both arrived in San
Francisco. The Yankee went over in 14 day. She was to sail
about the 17th for this port, and will bring us our next mail.
The Boston correspondent of the AlUi, under date of May 24,
writes as follows :
Business continues quite inactive, and almost every one is
complaining of dull times. The transactions of the week have
been light. All departments of trade continue to feci the influ
ence of the present unsettled state of affairs, and buyers hesitate
before operating to any extent in any kind of merchandise.
Fstrf-isa Oil Market.
Vie hear of no transactions in sperm oil the present week, but
there is a little inquiry, and holders are firm.
For whale oil tka demand is light for this season of the year.
Manufacturers refuse to fill orders from the Southern and South
western States. The sales in this market for the week hare been
4')0 bbls handsome, in two parcels, at 41 cents per gal ; 50U do,
selected, in parcels, at 40 cents ; t0O do. brown and dark, at from
83 to Si centji : and 350 do. dark, in parcels, upon private terms.
All for manufacturing.
In whalebone the only sale here is 2?,000 lhs., handsome Arc
tie, at 7(1 cents per lb. In New Vork, I5(K1 lbs Ochotsk, at 14
cents per lb., and 5,000 lbs Arctic, upon private terms.
In the London market. April -Wh, no sales were reported cf
either oil or bone. Prices unchanged. X. B. Republican
Standard, May 9.
ASTRONOMIC A Lm
PHASES OF THE MOON IN JULY, 1561.
d h m s I d h m s
New Moon 7 3 40 IS A.'FuIl Moon 21 1 34 18 M.
First Quarter 14 4 16 6 M. I Last Quarter...i9 9 19 54 A.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
June 22 Haw sch Ka Moi, Shephard, fm Eahului and Lahaina,
with 200 bags wheat, 4 bags fungus, 60 goat skins,
26 bbls potatoes, SO hides, 4 cabin and 12 deck passen
gers. Haw sch Keoni Ana. Bingham, fm ports on Kauai,
with 10 cords firewood.
23 Haw stmr Kilauea, Berrill, from windward ports, with
CI bales pulu, 6 burs do, 175 kegs sugar, 1.14 hides,
ISO goat skins, Id head of cattle, 2 horses, 20 hogs,
5 bags fungus, 1 bbl tallow, 85 bbls potatoes, 5 bus
grapes, 5 kegs butter, 1 canoe, 7 bags horns, lot of
furniture, a large quantity of native freight, 15 cabin
and 140 deck passengers.
Ilaw sch Moiwuhiue, Kuheana, fm ports on Kauai, with
224 bids molasses, 6 bbls tallow, U t hides, 2 hales fun
gus, 2 head of cattle, 5 cords wood, and 12 deck pas
sengers. Haw scii Go-Ahead, Clark, from ports on Kauai.
Htm sch Kamehameha IV, White, from Kalepolepo,
with 10 cords firewood.
27 Haw sch Moikeiki, Napela. from Kahului, with 42 bbls
potatoes, 14 bags meal, 10 koa boards, and about 100
23 Haw sch Molokai, from Molokai, with 4'T0 pumpkins,
1 borse, 14 bags com. 2 do fungus, and 9 passengers.
2 Am cl sh Speedwell, Green, 14 days from San Francis
co, with freight and md&e o C A Williams fc Co.
23 Haw sch Henry, Rivierre, from Hilo and Hana, with a
canoe, 4 hogs and 1 3 natives.
June 22 Haw sch Odd Fellow, Candage, for ports on Kauai.
Brit bark Kathleen, Dudley, for San Francisco.
24 Maw sloop Express, for Molokai.
Haw sch Kamoi, Shephard, fr Lahaina and Kahului.
Haw sch Keonl Ana, Bingham, for ports on Kauai.
25 Am pkt bark Comet. Smith, for San Francisco.
Haw sch Moiwahine, Kuheana, for ports on Kauai.
Ilaw stmr Kilauea, Berrill, for Lahaina, Kohala, Ka
waihae and Kona.
Haw sch Go Ahead, Clark, for Kauai.
26 Ilaw sch Marilda. Copeland, fr Fauning's Island.
Haw sch Nettie Merrill, Gulick, for Maliko and Hilo.
Haw sch Moikeiki, Napela, fr Lahaina and Kahului.
The Speed veU, Capt Green, sailed from San Francisco June
IS ; had very moderate winds and fine weather on the passage ;
was telegraphed here at i P M on the 27th, and came into port
on the morning of the 28th 14 days run.
Capt Wetherbee, la the little schooner MolUUcl, succeeded
admirably yesterday morning in getting np from the anchorage
outside the reef aa anchor and 15 fathoms chains, weighing to
gether about 2 tons, and which was slipped from the Lotus, Capt
Leckie, some seven months since. One must be outside and feel
the pitching and rolling of a little vessel like the Kdki in the
ground swell there, to appreciate the undertaking, which, as we
are informed, was got through with in less than four hour, and
that without heeling the achooner much or causing any great
train on her mast.
For San Francitco per dipper bark Comet June 2-l"-l-dv
Franklin and servant. Miss Cracroft. Mr B Pitman, Mrs Pit
mW?nd ehMren. Mis. r.tma. Mr. W.terhou, Water
house. Judge Borden. Mrs Borden, Mrs Dr W h.te and daughter,
Capt Stone, Mrs Htcne. Mr Hewlett, Mrs Rowlett, Mis. Mary
Cartwright! Mr HoOschlaeger. Mr Atherton, Mr George Bray
ton" MrVr Howland, Mr W Love Mr Hicks, O W W oods, B
CapdeviU and son, i-ewi. Perry, A M Mott, Capt Lambert, N
Eroelaioo, T H Gulick, E P Wilcox. R Winthrop, R L Northrop,
Aehuck and Alsaoo. (Chines). Capt Baxter, and 18 teamen from
condemned ship Halter Scott 50. .
For San Vencsseper Kathleen, Jane 22-Capt K Sand
f jrd, Annetta Richardson 2. .
For Fanning' alaad-per Marilda, June 26-J Blcknell and
IT HAS PLEASED HIS MAJESTY the King
to command His Royal Highness the Minister of the
Interior, to perform the duties of the Minister of
Finance, during the temporary absence of Ilia Ex
cellency, D. L. Greqo, from this city.
Honolulu, 28th June, 1861.
IIonolclc, Alihikaua's Office, 7
28th June, 1861.
IT HAS PLEASED HIS MAJESTY the King
to appoint Major John Owex Dominis on the Gen
eral Commanding' s Staff', to the office of Adjutant
General to the Forces, vacant by the decease of the
late Hon. Adjutant General Maikai.
By command of His Royal Ilighneas the Commander-in-Chief.
W. L. MOEHONTJA.
Major Commanding Household Troops.
i r no r ft
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR
AM) INTERMEDIATE POUTS,
ON MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1st,
AT X PAST 4 P. M., PRECISELY.
ON TUESDAY, JULY 9, she will leave for
OS THURSDAY, JULY 18, she will leave for
JASIOX, GREEN A. Co.,
Agents 11. S. X.Co.
June 21. ISC1.
THE A I CLIPPER SHIP
James Green, Commander,
Will sail for the above port on or about
THURSD AY, .JULY 11th,
For freight or passage, having good accommodation, apply
to 9-tr C. A. WILLIAMS a CO.
REGULAR, LINE OF PACKETS,
FOR SAN JvRANCISCO !
THE FAST SAILING CLIPPER BARK
COMMODORE JOnN PATY, Master,
1V1U have quick dispatch for the above port.
For freight or passage apply to
9 D. C. WATERMAN t CO
To be Let. Furnished .'
zFora Month or Six Weeks,
BEACHY COTTAGE, WAIKIKI.
II. J. H. HOLDS YVOKTH.
For Sale or Lease !
TUB HOUSE AND PREMISES IX
Lately occupied by G. Reiners, Esq. Apply to,
5tf GEO. II. LUCE.
IN VIRTUE of two separate Writs of unsatis
fied Execution, issued by R t;, Davis, Esq., police Justice of
Honolulu, upon two separate judgments against C. II. Nicholson,
defendant in execution, in favor of John .Montgomery, plaintiff
in execution, for balance of Forty-one 6-IOths dollars I have
levied npon and shall expose for sale to the highest bidder, on
Friday, the 5th day of July, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the auction
room of John II. Cole, in Honolulu, the following property, viz.:
50 dos spool cotton,
9 small tables,
1 large clothes horse,
1 eyelet machine,
4 fashion plates,
I tin cash box.
Wash bowl and pitcher,
Desk and stool,
Hewing machine and stand,
1 cutting table,
3 low stools.
6 common chairs,
1 rocking chair.
1 1 wash stand,
i I tub,
! Store slate,
; Lot clothing.
: Cloths, gold lace, ac,
;Set of tailor's cutting books,
il gold watch b. chain.
8 gold chains.
Unless the said judgment, interests, costs of suit, and my fees
nd commissions be previously satisfied.
6 4t JOHN II. BROWN. Sheriff of Oahu.
FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE!
PER " COMET
CALIFORNIA Smoked Beef
Cal'a Smoked Falmon,
Do do Hams,
Do do Bacon,
Do do Shoulders.
6 2m Fort Street near Hotel street.
C CALIFORNIA SODA CRACKER9 ;
Cal'a Boston Crackers,
Fort street, near Hotel tt.
CALIFORNIA WINE CRACKERSs
Cal'a Sugar Crackers,
Do Jenny Lind Cakes;
Do Pilot Bread,
Do Water Crackers.
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
6 2m Fort street, near Hotel st.
CALIFORNIA CREAM CIIEE3E;
Cal'a ground Horse Radish,
Do Lard, in tins,
Preston k Merrill's Yeast Powders,
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
6 2m Fort street, near Ilotel st.
FRESH AMERICAN PIE FRUITS,
boxes New Layer Raisins,
X do do do do.
A. D. CARTWRIGHT,
6 2m Fort street, near Hotel st
CALIFORNIA BODEGA POTATOES
Cal'a Buckwheat Flour,
Do Oat Hay,
Do Oata and Barley.
A. O. CARTWRIGHT.
6 9m Fort street, near Eotel it.
Odd Fellow's Hall.
Just Received! ex "Comet!"
AREGOS SMOKED HAMS
: Par sale by
Honolulu Fire Department!
.VUT1CK IS liEKEHY GIVES,
. that a Regular Meeting of the Board of Sep
. reseb tati ves of this Department, held on
Thursday evening. June 6th, the following gentlemen were ap
pointed Fire Wardens, to serve for the ensuing year :
J. F. Colbcbx, Esq., Warden 1st Ward.
J. H. BkoWX, Esq., " 2.1
G. Clabk. Esq., " 3d "
J. B Bdlxt, Esq., " 4th
The city is divided into four Wards, as follows :
Ward 1st bounded by the sea. Fort and King streets.
Ward 2 bounded by King, Fort and Punchbowl streets.
Ward 3 boumled by King, Fort and Judd streets.
Ward 4 bounded by King and Fort streets, and the sea.
Per order of the Board.
J. SMlTHIE5,Scc'y H. F. D.
Honolulu, June 7, 1S6I. 6 3m.
83-THE REV. BRU. C. V. AXTIIOXV WILL.
deliver an A ddress before Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, Ancient
York Masons, at the Lodge Room, corner of Queen and Kaahu
manu streets, on MONDAY, 24th inst., at 4 o'clock P. M.
All brethren In good standing are cordially invited to attend.
BENJ. F. DURHAM, Master.
A K. Clibk, Secretary.
Honolulu, June 7th, 18C1. 0 3t
.Mrs. Wis. law.
tVAn experienced sinrae anal female physi
cian, has a Soothing Pyrup for children teething, which greatly fa
cilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing
all inflamation will allay all pain, and is ure to regulate the
bowels. Depend uxin it. mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
and relief and henlih to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases.
See advertisement in another column.
June 30, i860. 9-ly
A. F. & A. M.
A LE PROGRES DE L'OCEAME LODGE, SU
124, under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Council
of the GYand Central Lodge of France, storking ia
the ancient Scotch Kite, holds ita Regular Meetings on the
first Wednesday nearest the full moou of every month, at the
old Lodge Room in Ring Street.
Visiting brethren respectfully invited tn attend.
By order cfW.M. 16-tf. Jno. II. BROWN, Sec'y.
Jj. HONOLULU RIFLES. ATTENTION: Tlie
Jt- Members of the above Company re hereby notified that
pal after this date, notices will not be issued as heretofore.
i If Regular Drills will be held at the Armory of the Corps
afoaon the 2d and 4th Friday Evenings of each month, at 1)i
o'clock P. M. Per order.
JOHN H. BROWN, Captain.
F. L. JONES, Orderly Sergeant.
Head Quarters Honolulu Rifles, (
Dec. 8d, Icj9. i
RED, WHITE AIVD BLUE!
THE UNDERMGNEO fana far anle n esnnll
lot of very superior quality union bunting red, v-hite and
blue. 9 tf H. W. SEVERANCE.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED !
100 IS-feet oars,
600 sacks California Oats,
800 doi Ale to arrive per "Yankee,"
200 Jockey Club House Gin In bond,
10 qr cski Martell's Brandy,
20 octaves " Hennessey's do,
100 10 gal kegs Whisky,
100 6 do do,
50 5 do do,
W hf bbl do,
29 pkgs Rochelle Brandy,
50 cases Sherry '.l ine,
300 cases Cider,
50 dox Champagne ("Jacqulson flli "),
50 Chests Tea,
150 bags best 8. 1. Coffee,
10,000 lbs Pilot and Navy Bread,
kegs Cannon Powder,
250 dci Denim Froctiand Pants,
50 doi English Pie Traits,
56 do do Pickles,
50 dot American pie fruits,
50 dos assorted Meats and Soups,
10 cases i lb " Knickerbocker " Tobacco,"
20 Hawaiian Ensigns,
253 coils Manila Rope, to 4.V In,
50 coils Hemp Rope and Spunyarn,
And a General -Assortment of New Ship
Chandlery, Crockery and Groceries !
J. C. SPALDING.
Honolulu, June 29th, I8CI. 9-tf
NEW WORLD RESTAURANT!
ZVZerchant Street, nearly Opposite the
NENRY WALTIIAM, Ioiir aixl favorably known
as the conductor of the Bay Horse Boarding House, has
opened the above restaurant, which will be conducted in a man
ner to suit all who may favor him with their patronage. Meals
at all hours, and prices to suit the times.
Graham bread, corn bread, hot rolls, com cakes, buckwheat
cakes and flannel cakes constantly served as ordered.
3" Parties served promptly at low prices. 3m
DYER AND COLORER!
IS PREPARED to execute all orders In his line.
Silks, woolens, cottons and linens carefully colored, and
all spots and stains entirely removed.
Orders left with Baudoin, baiber, Nuuanu street, opposite to
(i. McLean. -Jt
A COWESIEXT Cottage, Famished or t'n-
IL furnished, centrally located; naa battling tun, witn water
from the Government pi pen and other conveniences. Terms rea
sonable. Apply at this office. 9-tf
Notice. Honolulu Water Works.
ALL FVraons Watering the Streets are hereby
notified to discontinue the same until the 5th of nest
month, when all parties having the privilege will be allowed
tn water the streets from 6) to 9 o'dlock A. M.. and from 3
tn 3 o'clock P. M. each day. All persons having Irrijatioa
Privileges are requested to shut off the taps at night.
Per order. HENRY PR ENDLKG AST,
Super'd Water Works.
Honolulu, 28th June, ISM- It
AS VARIOUS reports are 1st rlrrnlatlon as to the
circumstances attending the recent assignment made by
Mr. J. T. Waterhoiue, I beg to state for the information of those
whom It may concern, and in justice to Mr. Waterhonse, that no
offer of fifty cents on a dollar was ever made by him t? his cred
itors as a composition, and that no proposition was brought be
fore them either by himself or by any person on his behalf, which
did not stipulate for the ultimate payment of one hundred cent
on the dollar, to all his creditor. A CREDITOR.
THE FOREIGNERS a summoned aa Jarore for
tha Julv terra of the Supreme Court are hereby notified
that they will not be wanted until Monday, the th of July, 1S61.
T, . v. riiaab,
Marshal of Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, Jnne ioth, IP61. ' 9-St
FROM asxt alter this date, tha undersigned here
by gives notice, that he will not be responsible for or pay
any debts or bills whatever contracted In his name without his
written order. JOSEPH BOOTH.
Honolulu, June ST, 1961. Mm.
Elin iUIHilTIf !
13 Faax Sqcaaa,
shooting at 500 yards,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR
For Sporting or Military purposes !
Double Waterproof Central Fire caps, Felt Waddings to pre
vent the leading of Guns, Wire Cartridges for killing Game, Ac,
at long dUtauces, Breech Loading Cartridge Cases of superior
Sotr Contractor to the War Dfxirtment for Small Arm
Jacob's Ritle Shell Tubes, Cartridges and Caps for Colt's, Ad
ams' and other Revolvers.
Enfield Eifle Ammunition and Ball Cartridges,
For Whitworth Rifles, also for Westley Richard's, Terry's, WU
son's. Prince's, and other Breech Loaders.
ELEY BROTHER'S, Gray's-Inn-Bd, London, W. C.
1ST WHOLESALE ONLY. 2-ly
IRON HOUSES, SUGAR SHEDS, E00FS.&?.
XUsPIFR & CO S
CORRUGATED GALVANIZED IRON.
: For Roofiing Houses, Churches, Schools, Ac.,packed for shipment.
j Gutters, Pipes, Ridging-, Pails, Tubing,
wire, xvaus, sscrews, txc,
r7" Fr Prices, Drawings and Catalogues, apply to TUPPER
A CO., Manufacturers, 61a, Moorgate Street, London, E. C, or
' Berkley street, Birmingham.
' rw . - rt a n .
, m upper ef v v . J rtMz x uj iruicuTHziny prrvcniM awm.
2-ly TUPPER A CO.. 6U Moorgate Street, London.
To Sugar Planters, Merchants,
Ad other connected with the $ujar Colonit.
G. BUCHANAN & Co.,
TTTTV-f-T-rvrTs : is : n t
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
SUGAR MACHINERY !
(Of Tork Place Iron Works, Aberdeen,) .
25 Bueklerabary,Mauaiau-Ilaaa. Losulaan E.C.
Supply with the same satisfaction as hitherto, their improved
SUGAR MILLS, worked by Steam. Water, Wind, or Cattle
Power: VACUUM APPARATUS, Clarifying, Boiling, Concen-
trating, and all kinds of Apparatus and Implements used on s
j uc:ir 1, state.
Having personally visited various fugar loionie, their steam
Engines, Steam Boilers, Pumps, Water Wheels, ice, are espe
cially adapted for Colonial use.
G. B.&. Co. 's practical experience of eighteen years as SUGAR
and COLONIAL ENGINEERS, will be some guarantee as to
the quality of their Machinery, to the good working of which
they can produce numerous references and testimonials.
N. B. Descriptive Catalogue of G. B. k. Co.'s Machinery for.
warded on application.
Designs supplied for Sugar Houses for Estates of all aitts.
In addition to the above. G. B. It. Co. continue to manufac
ture and supply as uual, all kinds of Machinery and Iron Work
required for Colonial use,
COFFEE. IKUHT & BEE MICfflllY.
IRON SHIPS, BARGES and STEAMERS, Wronght and Cast
Iron Bridges, Railway, Dock and Harbor Plant, Ac.
XT Ord.-r through any Colonial Merchant, or throogh G. B.
A. Co.'s Agents where established. ltf
Odd Fellow's Hall!
nil Alf Mill!
JUST RECEIVED .'
Ex Siam & Yankee,
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS!
CALIFORNIA Cream Cheese;
California Swiss cheese,
Cheshire cheese. For sale by
BOSTON Sugar Cared II (tin;
Oregon Smoked Bacon,
Tongues and Sounds,
New salt Salmon,
Tins fresh Lard.
For sale by
Jenny Lind cakes,
Jumbles. For sale by
Sale of Government Lands.
N THE ISth Jane, at 1U 1-9 o'clock, will be sold
by auction, on the ground, the following lands at Walkiki
Lot 1 Makiki, kula, 26 acres.
2 do do 5 do
8 Kalia, loko and kalo. 19.V acres.
9 do do and kula, or 38-100 acre.
10 do do do 62 acres.
(Signed.) L. KAMEHAMEHA.
ITMIEREAS, the aars!xnr-a! have aaalniiaed
serious losses by having their Cattle stolen and driven
away by persons who, under different pretences, trespass npon
Therefore, Notice is hereby given to all persons found npon
the undermentioned lands, either driving off horses, catching or
killing cattle, hog hunting, etc, without authority, that tbey
will be prosecuted as the law may direct.
Xatne af Land.
The"Ahupuaa. of Waimea," Oo!c." "Pnnkapn," "VYai
koekoo," "Kalopa." ,'ahuiwa,,''Kapulena,"Kaohe,, Ka
holalele,' "Kaala," Hurauula."
Manager Walmea G. at A. Company.
Waimea, 8. K., Hawaii, June I, 1861. 7 tf
THE UNDERSIGNED. BEING HIMSELF A
practical Plumber, is prepared to execute all or
ders in that line of business as promptly and neat
ly, and on as liberal terms as can be procured at
any other establishment in Honolulu.
James lock wood,
33 tf Kaahamann Street.
COASTER BOATS I
CEDAR AND OAK BOATS, of rartosta si sea, ex
pressly selacted for the coasting trade. Just received per
gyren," and lor sale by
C. BREWER at CO.,
44 tf Market Wharf.
PRIVIES cleaned by night, neatly and expeditiously,
cheap Leave orders with BROWN, at the Livery Mabla
opposite Sailor's Home, or with the driver of the Waikikt bay
B0CND TOLriltS OP THE "POLTJIESIAN- FOB lA59-0
( YoL XIV) now ready and for sale at this Office- Price.
SU MAKE 1CBMRY
BY J. F. COLBURX.
SATURDAY, JULY 6th, 1861,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.
At Sales Room, win be told, a fine assortment of
General Merchandise !
Consisting In part of
Carriage Horses, Harness, Saddles,
One Horse Cart, &e., &c., &c.
Lease at Auction.
ON SATURDAY NEXT, JULY 6th,
At II o'clock, A. 51., at Sales Room, will be sold the balance of
Lease ef those desirable
Premises on Union Street !
Now occupied by Mr. J. O'Neil.
WELLS, FAUGO & Co.'s
Honolulu and San Francisco,
For the speedy and safe conveyance of Merchandise, Coin
Letters and valuable parcels, to all parte of the
UNITED STATES. CAXADA AND KUROPR
I The Areata at Honolulu sell Bills of Exchange in sums to
I sui on Wells, Fargo it Co., San Franeicn or New Vera
; Aiso Wells, Fargo ac Co.'a franked U. S. Government eavel
I opes winch pass free over the California and coast motes,
j and over the Atlantic route front can Francisco to New York.
Commissions and collection promptly attended to.
j 9 ti A. J. CARTWRIGHT, Agent.
Tort street fyp
NEAR HOTEL STREET '
THE SUBSCRIBER Mould respect-
X fully inform his friends and the community renerally, that
he intends keeping, in conjunction with his FEED business, a
first cla-s FAMILY GROCERY STORE, and would respectfully
solicit a share of public patronage.
Besides the usual assortment pertaining to a Grocery Store,
he has on hand
HAWAIIAN MILL CO. FLOUR
EAST MAUI MILL CO. FLOUR!
Fresh Cornmeal, in 95 lb sacks,
Do Oatmeal, do do;
Oo Buckwheat I tour, 35 and 10 Tb sacks;
Po Hominy, la lu ft sacks:
Do Rice Flour do;
Do Farina, do;
Do California Rotiega Potatoes;
Do Kawaihae do.
RECEIVED 3PEI! 'COIYEGT."
j California Oat Hay;
6,000 9s Island Beans,
Chill Bayos Beans,
Wheat, Shorts, Corn,
Baled native Hay,
Bran, Ac, 1c, sc.
56 tf A. D. CARTWRIGHT.
Kinney in the Field !
S. IX. XlAWSOXsT
Ol'LD INFORM Ike Haaalala Pablic thai
he will give one more of those
Of Splendid Watches, Jewelry, Ac, which gave snch satisfaction
The assortment embraced is one of the most unique and com
plete ever imported, consisting of Gold and Silver Chronometer
Watches, from the most celebrated manufacturers of Liverpool,
Ixndon, I'aris, Geneva and the American Watch Co , gold
Chains of costly workmanship. Bracelets, Ear Rings, Finger
Rings, elaborately worked Diamond Breastpins, and a thousand
and one other specimens of the jeweler's and lapidary's skiiL
Th Drawing to come off as soon as the tickets are taken.
fT CHECKS NOW READY Frice $1. 84 tf
BAY HORSE RESTAURANT
Corner of Hotel and Port streets.
CHARLES CHARTER, la leaf
ijjji the Merchant's Exchange Hotel, having taken
ujLcnarge oi me aoove popular ana wen mownwsfu' T-
Mi,nli4hnnt trm tt infivin hi. fri.nl. .nft th vSLe,
public generally, that he is prepared to serve them as promptly,
neatly and cheaply as they can be provided for at any other
house in this town.
By devoting his entire attention to hi business (in which he
has had a long experience), he hopes to receive a share of pab
lic patronage. 7 3m
To all Persons Interested !
THE UNDERSIGNED IIAVIVO BERN Ap
pointed Trustees of the Estate of JOHN THOMAS WA
TERHOUCE, by a Deed of Assignment, executed by him en the
eigth day of May. A. I. I8il , and being vested thereby with hi
entire Estate, real, personal and mixed :
NOTICE is hereby given to all debtors ta the said Estate, and
all persons having any portion of the same in possession, that
they will(be required forthwith to pay and account for the same
to us as Trustees ; and all person holding claims against the
said Estate, are requested to present the same forthwith for ad
justment, that the Trustees may be enabled at an early date to
distribute the proceeds of the said Estate among the several
Credi tors, pro rata, according to the terms of the Assignment;
and in ease any claims shall not be presented and adjusted be
fore the first day of July, A. D. 1fil, it will not be regarded la
declaring dividend of the said Estate.
W. L. GRFEX.
Honolulu, ISth May, IeoL 9 tf
MR. M. R. HARVEY
WOCUJ INFORM IIIs) FRIEND AND
ff nirnseii io ue rm.si.u stri.ts, at mo via
stand on Sing street, next door to. DufBn Market.
Having secured the services of the best Mechanics ia aia line,
and the only Carriage Painter and Decorator (Mr. Beviaa) bow
in Honolulu, he is prepared to execute all work entrusted to hint
with neatness and despatch.
Si. B. Particular attention, paid- to Carriage Vork. 4 3t
NOTIC E I hereby jrtwea that In M-ertlaBss wttla
the provisions of the Charter, the rst biennial meeting of
the subscribers to tha Queen's Hospital will be held at the Su
preme Court Room, at the Court House, in Honolulu, on Satur
day, the 23d day of June, 136!. at 11 o'clock A. H., for the elec
tion of live Trustees, and for such other business ae may legally
come before tha meeting.
J. W. AUSTIN. Secretary
Honolulu, May 15, 1S6I. 3 t
".; notice i ....;;
IT nA We a reaartral hy atari lea. aUrewtly waul
iadirectly latrrested, that there is not a ay lialt-HKk pipe
ia Honolulu capable of resisting the press ci pressor of wa
ter. Sack report baring a teadeaey to ln; re any iMuhMaa,
I hereby aotify all person eestreas of luring water Has
laid on their premises that I have balf-iaeo pipe which I will
warrant to last any reasonable leaf'- of tiase, aotwttAstaaaU
ing all those parties miy aay to taa evatrary, waa etrrsUaM
each eatmttas to abtaia their ewa cade. '
4-tf 5 J. LocKwoan,
P1E1 GIFT ENTERPRISE !